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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 16, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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outh. VIII. NO 17 PENSACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDANING AUGUST 16 1905. PRICE, 5 CENTS.


L.. VlIl. NO 197 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1905. PRICE, 5 CENTS.

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uifNcEiAL PUBLIC;

IS MORE HOPEFUL


TOis Week's kmal mm THE.
-,--- THE
ment Owe SaM
Lst WL
IRI


CONFEREES


E GETTING


I lI L U W . l A -. t. t i . . .


lakes Tour of FeMer Ineted TOGETHER
District
T--y #4e m Artie Fnr and
DR. GUITERAS IS FAVORABLY IM. O f t alum of
PRESSED WITH WORK BoEING m 0 F of
DONE BY HEALTH AUTHORI- PSU Kgqstutims.
TIES AND LATTER NOW EN-
TERTAIN MOST HOPEFUL VIEW RUSSIA VIEWS SITUATION WITH
ON THE SITUATION. MORE HOPE BUT STILL INSISTS
THAT NO INDEMNITY WILL BE
By Asociated Press. PAID-ADOURNMENT TO THIS
MORNING.
L SNeo Orloans. Au l I..-FolI-
S lowi :; ::- ,h- tfti'.:a rcp,.Or of
, *:., ..... f,\tr . I;na:ion up By Asociated Pr-o
f t -ck Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 15.-The
eca .. t',; !:Ya: to date following official statement regarding
111'wtho Mse danfprpne wac t uz&A t--%


One Eclipse that Failed in Pditical Astronomy


ue ypev a wueDLA u W Q Asb Ui U edt
I,-a'h today to:al to date day:
- "- @ "'In the morning, the conference dis-
S .\' sub :i l19: total to cussel articles 4 and 5. Article 4 was
: ,. unanimously agreed upon. Not being
Ti.; 'ca iinir treatment able to arrive at a unanimous de=i-
sion on article 5, the Plenipotentiaries
SY decided to take note of the divergence
,,- ::.. ..# .^.^ f f of views and proceed to the discussion
-of other articles. At the afternoon
Great Improvement hittingg article 6 was discussed and
7: record -hows that there is agreed upon with common accord.
:. an improvement in The conference adjourned till 9 a. m. !
M.H' Io)r Wit!, only sixty-two tomorrow.
L.* ,.a. found by the almost per- -
: ,,.':.; which is now In force. Agree on One Article.
:: *. v cv-ry reason to believe that Porttmouth, Aug. 15.-Article four
S-nre.ss of the disease has been of the peace conditions under consil-
-- and eradication is only a mat- eraU( bt the Russian and Japanese
S & few wreks. Of six deaths peace plenipotentaries was agreed
oa') one wab an Italian. Only upon during the moraming fm to-
0-;t the new cases today are ay. Consideration was given to ar-
.d- *WnO VAW u l IIKwu3 UiU


,..* M DO. Im u,,fu e-rI dveiepinpg. .
i-rival of Dr. John Guttera. it was decided to take note of the op- A R N
.a yellow fever expert, and posing opinions and consider theII
d..- ,rough the seat of the worst other articles. I WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUNO.
Sor. was the most interesting Article four relates to the surrender
S;:e i the yellow fever situation of Russian leases on lIaotung pensu- S The Pensacola Journal is on
Lr Guteras left Havana some lar, and article five, which was pas- sale at the following places in
a e make an inspection of the ed over on account of differences, v- tI the city:
r"*, in connection with the era the cession of the island of Sakha- Apostle's Restaurant.
: J. quarantine and offered his ap- lin to Japan. i Bay Hotel.
,-'*', r. : ia campaign here. On* OrEw Coe's Book Store.
.va. T) Gtiitras went immediate- RUSSIA RECEIVES Depot New Stand.
S off: , ofI the marine hospital NEWS WTH RE Gem Book Store.
',- ;r i-tn crview with Surgeon EW WITH RELIEF Lewis House.
e. t St. Petersburg, Aug. 15.-Associated U l Merchants Hotel.
\ -,' at length into the Press dispatches announcing the decl- Southern Hotel.
'- 'nc and described slon of the plenipotentiaries at Pot- Thompson's Book Store. *
S c apalgn. saying mouth to waive for present considera-, Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. '-
.ar r ac cetance t!on the article to the Sakahilin is- Tis is the Ltest Order of the Wagenheim's News Stand.
s: and that all land and to proceed with the discus-i Walker's Book to
,rest- .,, w e,: ing In an ef- sion of points that Russia is willng l ar ine Hospital
:ri cowr'. po *\ i"ss tible eraedl- turn ye Hosp ital---
,anr possible erdi- to accept as a basis of negotiations
n r. a was received here with surprise and Service.
I: nii' ra< en or a tour of the even relief by the Russian public gen-
4 i r. Favlk' q':r:er where the erallv which had been forwarded that B A SB A
r ap; aar- at!d where it has yesterday's session might end the cou- Information was received in the city
r n) thi:el H wentre frence yesterday by Mayor Bliss to the effect August 15
cnrg: hospital where be M. Witte is known to have consid-a that all cars leaving New Orleans are u
S ah .lpr ssd with the ered a rupture more than possible. being fumigate' by the Marine Hospi-
n an t raised the excel- Count Lamsdorff and some other min- tal service, and that no steps will By Associated Press.
,tnag:,,. la Isters were received in audience by be spared to give cities receiving
,nd: t. :o:day showed in- the Emperor at Peterhof yesterday freight from the infected place the Southern League.
Sbot -. to new cases and hut the anticipated statement was .at proper protection. Birmingham 4, Atlanta 3, (ten In-
given out and probably none will be.u The futigation includes passenger nings).
'-g the to'-as las week, The foreign office maintains complete and freight cars ali2e, but it is not Shreveport 7. Memphis 3.
nhar:., -!,:piraon offi reserve regarding the proceedings at presumed that the embargo against Little Rock 4. New Orleans 4, (12
C .T- wn: ng to, be quoted sow. Portsmouth. the shipping of bananas into Florida ir.ings; darkness.)
kT, t nrertain mo.Rt from New Orleans has been lifted on -Nashville 1, tontgomery 8.
S- T: r:' a Ahieve: MORNING SESSION AT account of the fumigation.
a: t'x;wctations. Dr. RTMOUT NAVY While not so stated it is believed South Atlantic League.
O-k-Md Oh a tare num R A YARD. that the recent letters addressed by A 4, Carleston 2. g
S -a he advantage Portsmouth. N. H., Aug. 15.--Ther Mayor Blss to Surgeon White. who Savannah 3, Jacksonville 4, (12 In-
,.:, ecaul., they meant a peace conference began at two mm- is in charge of the New Orleans situa- ngs.)
.r .:ua:ion utes before 10 o'clock. The plenipo- tion, and to Dr. J. H. Porter, have Maoon 2, Columbia 3, (10 innings.)
30 ,EFLNESS MANIFESTED 'entiaries went to the nay yard in had some bearing upon the matter.
LNES MAIETED their motor carb, but the trip was a American League.
BY PUBLIC AT LARGE. somewhat slow one on account of tie PUADRG $C FIL E Washington 0, Cleveiand 7.
drizzling rain, which made the roads I4CHlaUL7 U ILLEF New York 4. D 'troit 6, (first game).
,.ars. I,a.. Aug. 15.--Hope- muddy. Ten minutes after their ar- Second game Tostponed, rain.
0': general public was rival at the naval stores building the AGAINST T GG T Boston-Chicao; rain.
-411,,y over the yellow fe- negotiators had taken their places in Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 0.
r. f-rm ,be shrinkage of the conference room and work began.
!: e preceding twenty-, National League.
; WAR DEPARTMEiNT WILL CON- Plttsburg 1, Philadelphia 3.
on Third Page.) (Continued om Third' Page.)
STHEM AFTER R. PORTER CABLES
on omer Postmaster DIVORCE UIT I TO THE CUBA BOARD.
FI ISHED. Tampa, Aug. 15.-State Health Offi-


Charg Wit icncompy er Porter, just before leaving Tama
a W it IncoRcy last n!sht sent the following caLle-
By Asociated Pres. gram:
BE Associated Press. examination of the case. has compiet- Washington, Aug. 15.--It is now "Dr. Carlos J. Firley, Chief Sanitary
SAug 15.-The chargesed his report, but Postmaster Buck- stated at the war department that Officer, Havana: Please offcially
:.c r.nt!- chreferred ley will doubtless bl given a Bheria charges were filed there last April state on what scientific reasoning
:.y rcenwhe the decision is reached. Buck- against Major Taggart, who is suing based upon mosquito law of yellow
A Bucki.y. postmaster at ; h held thed psitio n slre year. B his wife for divorce in Ohio, but no fevcr tran.sm:sson, which is accepted
Ala.. are now under in- and his adMaced age is said to e cton has been taken upon the b you, the Cuban government contin-
ne 5 'he postoflice, depart- responsible for his alleged liability charges nor will anything e e o rida. when I know you have against
,sPecto' who made the tc satisfy the patrons of te e untill the termination of the present Forda. when I know you have been
cw o made e saty tthe p o The charges relate to matters officially informed by one of your
out of which the divorce suit hasl'oard of experts that such procedure
ini nr C*'. ... fi grown. is unnecessary. PORTER."


REFRIGERATOR


LINES MUST


EXPLAIN


Interstate Commerce Commission
Makes Unexpected
Move.

'Washington, Aug. 15.-The inter-
state commerce commission, on its
own initiative, unexpectedly to-day
began an investigation of the rela-
tions between the railroad and the re-
frigerator lines, by which It is charged
that an act to regulate interstate com-
merce is being violated in several
specified particulars.
The complaint is directed against
the Armour car line, the American
Refrigerator Transportation Co., the
Santa Fe Refrigerator Dispatch, and
eleven railroads.. inauding the Atlan-
tic Coast line, the Southern, the Sea-
board, the Pennsylvania lines and the
Southern Pacific.

VOTING LIST

BADLY PADDED

MORE EVIDENCE OF POLITICAL
ROTTENNESS IN THE QUAKER
CITY.

B. A nited APs


GIVE DETAILS OF


FATHER'S DEATH
- -.


NOT


SERIOUS


S CHINESE


BOYCOTT


Caused By Discourteous Treat-
ment of Chinese Travellers By
Immigration Officers.

Washington, Aug. 15.-Dispatches
received at the state department to-
day from China state that Shanghai Is
the only place where the boycott
against American goods has assumed
anything like. a serious aspect. At
Canton the movement has made some
headway, but at other points it has
not been successful. TM Information
is supplied In response to tnstruotions


James and Edward White Tel
Story of Double Tragedy
July 18.


POINT TO WILLIAMS


As Man Who Took the Life of
John White.

COURT ROOM is CROWom
TH`OUQ4HOUT TUESBAY'S YGM
4*ONS OF CIRCUIT COURT-
FOUR WITNESSES HEARD ANt
MANY MORE TO FOLUOI.-.
PROSBEDUTION MAY PFSn9 Wm,
THURODoAY.

By BSn H. Thorns.
ffffTTyGTGg -irmiim ir rf


sent some days ago to Minister Rock- ",.
hill and the consular officers n China t THE dURY.
to keep the state department advised # --
as to the progress of the boycott. OneX M. Carte, MoOfvld.
dispatch received at the state dePart"- H. C. Miller, of Myrtle G-
ment on this stIbdect to-day was not L E i Bogrn, of Peasoola. *
S, E. Boggan, of Pensaoola.
made public, but sent to President Joel G. Suggs of Gonzales.
Roosevelt. 0 Phil Jones, of Goutdlng.
--- M. D. McArthur, of 12 Mles
China Diaoourteously Treated. # West of McDavid.
San Frncisco, Aug. 15.--J. W. Day. D Steel, of 6 Mil Wet oft
fdson, acting consul-general at Shag-. Pensacola.
hat, who arrived from the Orient to- J. Caro, of 12 Miles West of
day, says the cause of the Chinese Pens ola.
boycot is the discourteous treatment Ja. T. wi of 12 M.ee
which the sons of influential Chinese West of McDavid.
officials have received@ at the hands of f E. bailey, of Myrtle Grove.
Imnlrpaton officials on landing at W. C. Keily, of 4 Miles West of *
an rancaisco. Century.

INVESTIGATING For the first tome since the killing
of John White and Edwin Dianby ty
THE LEAKAGE William Pletcher illiams, Js. White.
0 son of John White, related the story
of the killing and incidents connected
tberewith. His borv, as brought out
GRAND JURY CONTINUES TO before the jury in the circuit court
yesterday, was direct and explicit and
RDOBE COTTON REPORT upon no point was his testimony
CA DAL shaken by the cross examination of
SCADDA.L attorneys for diefonse. Edw. White.
another son of John White, who was
an eye witness to the killing of his
By Associated Press. father, also testified relative thereto.
Washington, Aug. 15.-The grand Dr. W. C. Dewberry was the first wit-
jury of the supreme court in the Dis- ness called and testified only relative
trict of Columbia today resumed its in- to the death of John White. The last
vestigation of the cotton crop reports witness heard was Ernest Elliott,
in the department of agriculture, C. book-keeper for John White, whose
C. Clark. chief clerk of the bureau of testimony was principally corrobora-
the statistic department being the tive of that given by James and Ed-
first witness. District Attorney Beach ward White.
is hopeful of completing the investiga- Morning Session.
t!on in a short time and expects to The second day of the trial of WtU-
secure indictments against more than liam Fletcber Williams for the murder
one person notwithstanding the ab- of John White opened with, apparent-
sence of Mr. Hyde, former statisiciaa ly, less general Interest in the case,
of the department, and the refusal 3o the crowd in the court room at the
Messrs. Peckham and Haas to testify, beginning of the morning session be
ing considerably less than upon the
day previous. However, the crowd
JAPS CONTINUE grew steadily, every seat being taken
Slhen Judge Carter took his seat upon
TH BOMBR DM the bench promptly at 10 o'clock.
THEL BOMBARUMENTl e eleven men selected at the
sessions Monday were in their seats
)ong before court was called to cader.
By Associated Press. In fact, they were compelled to camp
Godzyadani, Manchuria, Aug. 15.-. "u1n the floor of thle court room, being
Two Japanese torpedo boats to-day provided with mattresses and cover-
borberded Port Hazarevo (Port Lazar- ing, the latter being hardly necessary.
eff, Korea). An attempt has been!They were taken out tor supper Mon-
made to land troops, but they were day ni;ht and again for breake t
beaten off by the Russians and com- Tuesday morning, and considering the
pelled to retire to the vessels, lack of comforts in the court room,
appeared to be in fairy good codM-
ARTHUR WEBBER WAS tion physically.
PAINFULLY BURIJED. The prisoner, W. F. Williams, was
___i brought into court by Sheriff Van PtF
Arthur Webber, on of Theo. Web- at '4:45 a. m., and before being seated
ber, was painfully burned about the 'n.fingly hold out hisb ans for the
arm last night. The young man had sheriff to remove the shackles tha
few days prior suff-red an injury held them together. Williams's father
1.v a saw slipping and cutting his arm, came into court soon after the prieoer
IThis wound had been bandaged and appeared, and he, with the prisomr,
saturated with turpentine, sheriff, and onn or two others, passe
Last night, wh!le striking a match, some time laum-ing and talking. Th
the bandages caught fire, and before prisoner seemed to be in better spirit,
they could be torn from the arm he if possible. than upon Monday, ad
had been painfully burned. (Continued on Fifth Page.)
M


Philadelphia. Au;. 15.-According
to a statement made today by the Tried to Induce Desertion
director of the department of pub'lT!
safety, based or a canvass made by Fr m Itali n
tie police th6re, 8.fi3 names are on Prom Italian frulSC
the voting lists in the city which, un-
ter the law, have no right to be
:here. New York, Aug. 15.-Alarmed by on each piece cf pa


Left for Washington.
M. W. G!lmartin, ordnance officer at
the Pensacola navy yard, left last
iriht for Washington. where he will
enter the naval gun factory there, to
remain for two or three months.


efforts to induce the sailors of the1
Italian cruiser Dogall, which has been:
anchored off Fort Lee, to desert, the'
Italian minister of marine cabli"'l
Capt. Copmajjao yesterday to raklt hi;
vessel from New York immed:at~!'y.
On Sunday nil.t the non-comn:i'-ioi-
ed officers an I aallors of the vessel


r Dogall

per, begging them


to desert the ship and take up a reW
idence in this country. They pointed
to ;he exarpl. set by the sailors o
thb. Kniaz Potemkine at Odessa
Word of the plea reached the 0o.
(,rsa of the Doyall bhetre the mea r-
'trned. Tie ntterlpt to get the satll
os: ;o deFrt r.teir vessel greatly a.
re td thn offleers an! ail the banq.gx


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From State of Missouri


By Associated Pres
': (' M.. Atnri-st 15.-
-;fneral Hadley and Frank
e of hia asis;auts. eitake ..
f or Clevr ud. Ohio, asn
-- IJOUw YoTr to oo wi -


dence in a suit agamt te Standard
Oil Oompay. HalUey w seek
rot only to Impoe a havy Ina upon
the commpay, b t I oest t frm fra-
chise as a corporatim n ia liassr
sad to witdrnw w Mr IFl rt v-
hisdeA o b '


were tendered a banquet by rh. Ital- rs 'were o!acl,1 rnder arrest the rml-
an Socialistic: union of Gr a Ne'. New; ute they stepped aboard- the vemaL
SYork. At ,he dinner there w'ro lips There will b' .. '-Sitd inquiry whea t
of anarchistic literatunr. p'vh.,,! into, Dogali arrives home.
the hands of the gue :. The men
who circulated these slips acted myI-
torlausly and endea-ar-.l t kt-pI a The Dogali in Pensacola.
their identity secret. They toldl the The above is of more than ordinrpr
tests not to look at the slips for an interest to Pensacollan, as the S.
r. This Injunction Was not heed- pall was recently In Peunaoen sM .
ad, and the sailorI fad a emos^^miss, e *..


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ffs PrM Haft WN ty.
It kills the dimewse germs and invigorti
and strengthen -every orgpan and part of the
human lly. A l,.,iutely pure and contains
o fusel oil. Fitty years' reputation.
At all drn rOits nnd grocers, or direct. $1
bottle. M-4lic;:l ta..klet free. Duffy Malt
Whikley Co., Ixohe-ter, N. Y.

EUGENE ARBONA. DISTRIBUTER.I



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to which human flesh
is heir;


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TO I Primenr sicos ise

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Sole Ageate for the Celebrated

anih 6 Bach, ester,

CUutter and Other

Planes.


OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND
TERMS.


Sail this CALL


Morning for Port Ingis,
Repairs Having Been
Completed..


HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW
PRICES.
Clutter Music House
114 S. Palafox St.


The big British steamer Crown of
Aragon, which put into this port last
week in dlstr.?, will proceed to sea
this morning.
The steamer was leaking badly
when she reached this port, havia--
sprung a leak when off Cuba, caused
by running on a coral reef in a Cuban
harbor while proceeding outbound for
Port IngMh*
Several of the plates of the steamer
vtere sprung, and the owners think-
iug tha- docking would be necessary,
ordered her to ,proceed here on account
of the pre4enrc here of the Spanish
raval dock. When she reached here, C
i.jwever, and the board of surveyor.
had made a survey of the damage it
was decided that the work could be reached Here Yesterday and Will
dcie without docking, which was the
case. the contract being awarded to Be on Duty Off Pensacala
local parties.
This work was completed yester-. Dr
day an: after the surveyor for Loyd's. Ba
Cr:tnt-n Iasirn VtKrrv- ,d rho hIr- I


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.. 'L./ ti ai. 1 *' w, u iiu L u, e rotal41 iA CURIOUS ANIMAL.
:ad pronounce, the ship seaworthy. A
s e began preparations to proceed. The revenue cutter Hamilton, one of .
She goes from here to Port Inglis the largest cutters in the service in ad Repl lce Irs Orgn..
fror 3.500 to Nes opho ansht rock a til south, is now in Pensacola hat Among the curious animals which in-
ance of cargo. bor, having dropped anchor off Bar- habit the sea we may take the holo-
celona street vharf yesterday morn-i tbrla, or sea cucumber, so called from

The cutter, which is in command of itis animal is attacked by an enemy it
Snot strand ut and efigt, ubht by a
Sme or the Delights .t camping rl Captain Hanks, has headquarters at does not stand up and Oght, but by a
SI to e chidtc Tampa, but has been sent here to do smdden movement it ejects its teeth,
About tesk you straggle in wbth quarantine dut has been ent here to do tomache digestive apparatus and near-
Strot or ga me. The cam e quarantinet ly all its intestines and then shrivel
trout or gae h mendin or his rcamp keeparn lays coast between Pensaoola bar and Per- ts body up to almost ndbhlng. When,
aside his mending or his repairing u dido, as long as the yellow fever ex-I however, the danger is past, the anl-
his notebook and stirs up the cooilg :sts in New Orleans. Her being as- mal commences to replace the organs
fire. The smell of broiling and frylng signed to duty: here is the result of; which It has voluntarily parted with,
I and boiling arises in the air By the request recently made that aand in a time the animal is as
dancing flame of the campfire you eat watch be kept for any small boatspefet as ever t was.
your third dinner for the day-in the that might enter the harbor from the pe ct a ever t was.
mountains all meals are dinners, and 'ntected port. I Dr. Johnstone kept one in water for
formidable ones at that. The curtain I The cutter Forward Is also in this! a long time, and one day he forgot to
;of blackness is drawn down close. service, and is guarding Mobile andi change the water. The creature in
Through It shine stars, loom mountains the coast in that vicinity. consequence ejected its Intestines and
would prove a great cold and mistlike in the moon. You te;l The Hamilton will remain In Pen-; shriveled up, but when the water was
relief, Av t stories; you smoke pipes. After a time sacola harbor for a few dayd, as her; changed all Its organs were repro-
the pleasant chill ceps down from te ers are n ad condition and in duced. Although the animal Is not
eternal snows. Some one throws an- t edofrepairs. eaten in Europe, it is a favorite with
0 FIN ER other handful of pine cones on the fire. the Chinese, and the fshing forms an
SSleepily yon prepare for bed. The pine JUST EIGHT YEARS APART. important prt of the industry of the
Scones Bare up, throwing their light in east. Thousands of junks are annually

soft woolen blanket close about your Jnve s waceirgs PrMete. malka lle London Tit-Bits.
YII ATI ou turn over and wrap the ohn Aamtre wa tet ear e nmd in fihling- for trepang, as the ani-
LAXATIVE hin. You wink drowsily, and at once John Adams was eight Drs n -\\
you are asleep. Late in the night you than his successor, Jegerson; Jeffer- T14E 4CIAL CLIMBERS.
A bottle should be awaken to find your nose as cold as a son was eight years older than his soe-
kpt in every home, dog's. You open one eye. A few coals 1mesor, Madison; Madison was eight ver,D muattmaq. v When They
kp in every home where the fire has been. The st years older than his successor, MIon- e h tke a nnacle.
for 'Van ounce of pre- mountains have drawn nearer; they roe, and Monroe was eight years older In Ne* Yf the dissatisfied man or
caution is worth a seem to bend over you In silent con- than his successor, John Quincy woman who has achieved the full
p nd of cu," anda temptation. The moon is sailing high in Adams. round of society and discovered its ut-
the heavens. With a sigh you draw the Washington, Adams, Jefferson. Madl- ter vanity, f not Indeed worse, may
dose will frequently canvas tarpaulin over your head. In- son and Monroe ended their terms imagine if not familiar with London
save a spell of sick- tantly it is morning. From "The each in the sixty-sixth year of his age. and Paris that In those cities exists a
ness, Mountains," by 8. E. White. John Adams, Jefferson and Monroe superior class of men and women, more
OeSS. 0 1 I ended their days on the Fourth of intellectual and less brutal than those
GAMBLING IS VULGAR the two former dying within a of whom he knows. The Chicagoan
GAMBLING IS VULGAR. few hours of each other, Just half a unfamiliar with New York hopes to
or Sale by ll century after the Declaration of In- doer in Manhattan something dif-
For Sale by It n a nrr. ..t a o..td discover n nManhattan something df-
Strugale For Money. dependence. ferent from that which is to be found
All gambling is vulgar. Onll it what John Adams lived to be ninety years In the western city. The resident of
annr S Mou will sign for it whatever mo and eight months old, while Garfield Omaha perhaps thinks that if she could
YO il qs~ifri -hfo ied- att. .md.e.g.o.frt-nn


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tive you please, it s a irrational, an Jefferson
Ignoble struggle for money. years and ten months. erson
J.%raaison and John Quincy Adarns
Money got for nothing on the turning li-ve to be octogenarians; Monroe,
of a card or the revolution of a wheel J son V en lmore
bringeth gotod to no man, not een to Jackswn. Van Buren. Tyler. Fillmore
brinth go' to no man, not to and Buchanan got well into the sev-
l;t who in it. An toi tt entles, and Washington, William Hen-
Ioeth'., sometimess perdition, often,
loet of ten, that snig sensation, thaten ry Harrison,' Taylor, Pierce, Johnson
very often, that sinking sensation, that and Grant only reached Into the six-
tired feeling, even where the value loss ties Polk died at the age of fifty-
Is immaterial, which follows futile ef- years and Linoln and Arthur
orthree years and Lincoln and Arthur
fort nnd say-q as plain as whisper in
the Par, "The r; nagaint you." at y-sx.-Washngton Pt.
Gambling. like everytbiug else, is rel-
ative. The -ii; lies in tl:e overplay,
with its coil-.t-.-al vices, cblef among Vi
th-m improvi'("h**. The rcignlng sov
Reigning soy- YLLLW FEVER.
ereign, wh hts only iihs miney to lose,
and I.lnty ;,t lhit, l.: not to be classed HOUSEHOLDERS CAUTIONED.
with the banker or tVei. banker's confi-
dential clerk or scrt-tr ., who has ev- Disinfect Your Premises.
erything at staipk, ch irr.eter included, To insure a healthful home and' pre
though each Iltys for the same end- vent sickness, purify the cellar, cos
that is, th" diverFlon nral excitement. ets, sinks, drains, dusty or damp cor-
Asked what 'was the gre!*est pleasure nurs and cracks-nooks behind plumb-
In life, Fox said. "Winning at cards." ing, and every spot where disease
and the neTt. "Losing at cards." There zerms may develop, with Platt's Chlo-
was a gambler for the love of it and rides. It is an odorless, colorless
yet Foxr played nevwr for high stakes liquid disinfectant, which destroys
after he was forty. If lie played at al; foul odors and disease-breeding mat-
--Louisville CoenrierJournal. ter. When diluted with ten parts of
water for household use, it cots less
A Bd Pldwe to Get Sock. than 5 cents a quart Sold every
In his hook. --I:gand and Its Peo where in quart bottles. Prepared only
pies." J. F. ('.mniy-,iam tell- of a curl by Henry B. Platt, N. Y. 12aulw


our Umanner ol tl -.iilng tI si' amoUUU,
a certain native African trilw: "When
a person fell ill the village prophet
was called in. ie c at once wheth- W alter ooton,
er the sic. pe >,- i wouI. recover or
not. If be w;. do<(i.ei to die he was General Dealer in
allowed! to fulfill the prophecy; If he
was to I:ve there wna no ne-d of nmed ii
ical aid." Another strange custom is icylnc S, D Jle S iies
expla;nc-i in the words of th, native 2
who "hen asked by the author why and Fittr n
women were no al;ov.-e to eat the
lesh of goats replied. "There is no CYCLES REPAIRED.
why; it is the. custom." CYCLES FOR RENT.

Dialeyr bewildered.
Dumley-- never saw a man like Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
Brixton to drift away from the subject writers, Guns, Pistols. Locks and Umr-
under discussion. rellas repaired.
Barass-As, for instance? Lawn Mower, Scissors, Knives,
Dumley-i just aed him what p :'" sharpened.
i Most complete line .f keys in the
was doing the night I saw hima down ity. .
the road, and he evaded an answer by Try Hooton's Messenger Service
remarking that be had known people when n a hurry to send messages.
to get rich by attending to-their own
buineIs. I have Mn doubt be has, but
why Aboold he mentia it at that time? 12 wEAT IWTNDENQIA ST.
Bste Trannerlat PHM~ tI


attain Chicago she would find her Ideal
society. In Hastings, Neb., doubtless


there are very many who think it
would be a heaven to attain social
prominence In Omaha. And out on the
Prairie are scattered hamlets in which
many socially ambitious young girls
and mothers look toward Hastings as
a social Mecca. It all reminds onetof
the translation of Omar's lines: "Till
on the still top of heaven's stair clear
eyed I looked-and laughed-and climb-
ed no more."-John Brisben Walker in
Cosmopolitan.


Worn Hl Bet.
A hotel proprietor in Baltimore tells
an amusing story, in which the main
figure is an old gentleman well known
to the waiters in the hotels of the Mon-
umental City for his aversion to the
tipping system.
One evening the old gentleman, hav-
ing finished his dinner, was preparing
to leave the hotel when the darky who
had served him bowed and said,
"Thdnk you very much, sah."
"'What the deuce are you thanking
me for?" angrily demanded the old fel-
low. "I haven't given you anything.
"Dat'a jest it, boss," responded the
waiter. "I bet No. 10 50 cents dat you
wouldn't tip me."-Harper's Weekly.

lembrandt and mur llo.
Through the eighteenth century
Dutch painters, like those of other
countries, turned to Italy for Inspira-
tion. Rembrandt's marvels of light
were forgotten or c ndemned by Ig-
norant critics, his portraits, that search
into the souls of his subjects, despised
for their "laborious, ignorant diligence."
He was neglected, while Murillo con-
tinued to be abundantly admired. Now,
however, Murillo is esteemed less high-
ly, and Rembrandt has been restored to
his place among the giants.-St. Nicho-
las.
FUlluai Hate.
Hair nearly always begins td fall
in one of two places-at the temples
and where tt is parted. If a ew part-
ing be given, the old one will be af-
forded a chance of recovering Itself.
provided, of corse, that proper meys-
ures be employed. The chief rqasdm
tor hair taflht o9t where It is parta
seem to be tbestrain that is birL t
to bear by comb and bruA.


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uU U 0I C. W. LAMAR, Vk-Presiden.



Ur dmi Ug OF PENSA
ov uISS o. THE AMERICA!
DESIGNATED DEPOSIT
Capital Stock, $200

COW L Henr' L. Covington
J. M. Pfeiffer.
S. Bryan Dunwody,
Expired Last eight at Home of IFrank teeily;
W. S. Rosasco,
E. P. Roch on East Goverp- T. F. MGouonn,
S. Brawner,
ment Street C. W. Lamar,
J. R. Saunders,
Miss D. Cow'ey, a resident of Mo- Accounts of Banks, Individuals
bile, but who has been the guest of Four per cent. Inter
Mrs. E. P. Roch at her home on East Iue_
Government street for the past month,
expired suddenly last night about'7:30
o'clock. Death was very sudden and
unexpected. WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
Miss Cowley had been in ill health THOS. W. BRENT, Ast. Cashier.
for some week, but the illness was
not considered serious. Last night
she dressed and was preparing to ac-
company her i:nece, Mrs. E. P. Roch, I
out to a concert, when she was taken
suddenly ill.
At the time she was taken ill Miss N A I
Cowley was seated on the front ver-
andah. She wa. quickly taken into a I
room and a physician and priest sum-
moned. She expired, however, with.- f Pens
In fifteen minutes.
The deceased has a number of rela-
tives in Mobile. among whom is John
Cowley, who has been notified by,DIRECTORSt F. C. Brent,
wire, and will probably reach here:
this morning. She was 47 years of W K. Hyer
age.


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Germany, Franw, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russal
norwv Sweden Denm k. and


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Favorable Terms, and their obll.
gations taken Payable at Port of
Detination Ten Days After Ve'


No. 54O"
M. LE CLARK,
JNO. PF"IF"F

I NATIONi
ACOLA, FLA.
TORY OF UNI
,000 Surplus

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W. A. Blount,

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their European country 1 el Arrives thers. I eec year. a.t cr.-- La.
elected by ihL B.ar': meetings to b-. ;. c '- ain :;
Until the '-* M. (..-
Saety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we ton shia!l ?-~'- S L-;- -..
have a Private Department for the use of Renters* ---- -. -: 7 : r -
;shall m t- .J A "e'rs P do D. R. T..
ders an H- '
.Svins Depotrtment-Interest Paid on De- -: .- :- ". .'
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posits at Rate of 4 per oent per Annum.

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S. REESE, President,. E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President
TE PEOPLE'S BANK OF P NSACOLA.
rectors-L. J. R-eves, J. S. Reese, W. DcC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings.
IANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
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Hj ''ARS ..- T T- .:: . '
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C. .1 Covinz .--: -
H. L. C ...... .-:AT, .
J. R. Saun lt-s ......5 a--- a
C. Downing .........-5 shares $.


Total ............ 100 shares l
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the b-
Smentioned slnbs'-ibers have her-.
_ signed, their names.
% 4. M. COVINw ON,
* H. 1 COVINOT'I0I
J. R. SAUN.-Dfkl
C. DOWNING.

SState of Flori La. Eacambia C, -.
Before the subscriber.
Public in and for said Sta-
ly appeared C. M. Covin- ri
) Covington and J. R. Sam.. .
to me to be tne individiiu:,
by said names, and acknow'


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they executed the for 7.g.;
meat for the uses and purp, .
JrC- JVf C^-A.Jr~La.I~~ set fo-tt.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Given under my hand a:.7i a.
Steam, Dcmestic, Anthracite A seal. this the 28th day of . D.
and Blacksmith JO Notary J.GIBN4
Office-No. ;3 South Palaf= street. Telephone, 93. My Commission Expires Fer 44.
Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzales streets. Phone, 6. 1I0).

: --- State of Georgia, Glynn Cornn*
UNIVERSITY OF THE T Before thi subscriber, a Notary ?,
TAE OF FLORIDA NSACOLA iinand or said state, per.
SO-a f peared C. Downing. known ...-'
Embracing the following subjects: C S IC L SC OOL be the individual describe,
I. Language and Literature--A four. CLSS I L SL name, and ackaowiedged that '
year course leading to the degree of j cuteri the foregoing insrrumr.-- fir' :
uses and purpoes therein b,,! 0..':
Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO Given under my hand a ': i
quired, but is offered as an elective IT WORKeal, th the 4'h day of Au- .X A
throughout the course. 1904.
II. General Science-Divided int3! R. E. SHER' \N
three courses; 1. Chemical course; Prof. Walte Miller, profess oy cmm lon exprs .
Mathematical course; Natural History Pt .ate aug9oaw4w
course. No Gr'ek and only entrance reek if Tulane University, aft.r
Latin is required in these courses. All visiting the classical school, wroe: In Escambia County c:.r :.- 'rt
four-year courses. the following unsolicitel opinion to a! State of Florida-In C:. --A.
II. Agriculture-Four-year and two. friend and colleague: F. West. vs. Jacob K:-:. i -'74
ear Schliater and cou
vyear couEn r:ng-Four-year course "The Pensacola Classical School j Schliater and Katie S, a1
in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical longg a splendid work for the cause or! On l-Monrayo the 4thi .'. ;.
Engineering, also a two-year course southern education. It is established her A. D. 1905, the dectsi1ar. _
W, Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is upon broad principles, it cherishes t.'i Schliater anDl Kattle Sch;:a .- :.
iquired in I1I. ord IV. lhe tfull coure. hest ideals of scholarship; It main! quired to appear to t' -
under 1I., III. ad IV. lead to the de- .
t, Ins a high standard .af extellen :hem herein. 'I'$-
gree of Bachelor of Science; the short eoins a high standard of excellent.' a a nhm eren. .
courses to a Certificate of Proficiency. and by the beat modern methods and consecutive weeks In Th. c' a
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course equipment it secures thoroughness oIfJournal, a newspape-. pi
to be begun in September, 106. training comparable with that affordedi Escambia County. A M ':- '
VI. Normal-Three courses for; b te treat it.-In school of th- Clerk Circuit Court. By L. ,; A.:. ..
teachers: A one-year course leading to: ab. To my mind the Pensacoia D C. Pensacola, Fa. Jul .
a certifcate, A three-year course lead. Classical School Is one of the very enco ,.
Ing to an L. I Diploma; A four-year bcst secondary schools of the south."
course leading to the degree of Bache. Dr. Venable, president of the Uni-
or of Pe-dagogy. ;'ersity of North Carolina, writes: "It ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
An ample corps of competent teach-r pes mc pleasu e to testify to the .
ers. A high curriculum-Expenses in- -loroughness of the preparation f Et.ate.of Mar.k John Wh:(l. .
including board. $120 to $150 per year. the students who have come from il Creditors legatees, di_.trS, .- .
Fall term opens September 27, 1905 your school to the university. Wei all persons having claims fir :
Sed for TCata loue. should be glad to have more of the against the estate cf MAHtr .To:! .
Ano' DREW LDD, P reside same type." deceasl. of Pensacola. iir a
T ANREtv Dor D, resident Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin required to present sam- to ;h-
Lake t. and History in tbh Alabama Polytec-I signed within two years fr;: :::Z
S_ ric Institute, writes: "I consider theldate or same will be barrel.
___.________t r Pensacola Classical Schcol one of the MARY ANN WCT T
mIIG AI eTU f best fitting schools in this section of Administratr'x of Estat? of ,tir. ..
rPENSAGLOA STA N the south. I can confldently endorse Wh'te, Deceased.
VTElia, LAElIleS AB ,e thoroughness of its work and the July 26, A. D. 105. 2j:.
D EINGII I, LA IIIIG All, healthy manly atmosphere that per.
Made he Insttution.
PRESSIN8 CL8I. i aor further iot.u..ton or cata NOTICE
H North Paiaf x logue of the school address.
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT H. L Y ARMSTRONG.
SERVICE. Principal. On account ,)f sickaci. r' '..3 r
WORK CALLED FOR AND .- has ddecided ', close 1 hi;s :.
DELIVERED. ad -repair shoo. loated fn the
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR o Intendencia and Blea -
PRESSING, $1.00 PER ER,. These premiet. and also the -
PONH0. n ~fR n-et story forme-ly occupied WyGonz 1
PHONE, 6GM. -I .. dn. At k; &.....
gual-_ ill hwa ar rm fnr,


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L. HILTON OGREN, r aswsxDr. T. X. WELLES, VICE-PaZLIS.EST.
I. M. BUErssLL, CASmIER. MAN FIt LMOILtNO, ATs. CAs:irlt
Citizens National Bank,
of Pensaco:s, Florida.
Geo.W Wright, Morris esar, T. i. Welles
iiz M. Robinson. L. HEttoa Green.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.


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Notice is hereby given .-
ITD STATES Ia ier ~ ied will apply ;., ti.
able Napoleon B. Br warl. *- ,
, $40,000 the state of Florida, at Taa .
Florida, on the ninth da: f .s
oshee. Lr, A. D., ll', for let ,re ,- ".
Avery corporating COVINGTON-S.A\- .--,
Milton, Jr, LAND COMPANY rund;r th. ,
laura, prop ose1 charte-. the ori. al,
Cawthon, 'is now on flle the omff..J f j r
)'Neal, of State of th.? Stare of F!or-.I.i
J. Hannah, We. C. M. C vington. if. C,, .
zie Oertin, ton and J. R. Saunde:s. < .
lcGowin, Pensacola. Forida and CT ,.r ,
ovingtoa. !the city of PB. nswiik. C,.-,-
F t. I Lereby make appiai, .- I,
I Firms Solictedt. !7 me pp.o l, ng I1,: ,
eposits. Latent into a r orporing,- ,n i
ciates into a e-rpo!,a*., .,
;ance vith the la i, .
Florida under ;a f ,i :. :..
1 st. The narme o *: .-
, V.-Pres. and Cash. shall be COVI.NGT ,T.;\- r- rN;:
rT, Asst. ashir. LAND COMPAN. ;n
o3, As. a ce in the L ;-v ,.:.:.;,
2nd. The K ,--r: ,' n --;-. ,
ness to be tranr ,
in lands and ::.:.-.. -.
al! things inr:.
ion aioinl:- ,1.-
,-cria i c : r . :.._ ,- ,. ,
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S 'Ihal b TEN THOc'-ANT, )I. \,:
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THE PENWACOLA JOURNAL.,


WEDNESDAY MORNING, IAUGkUdT 1Is.losIs


SEAMEN oFrWISP SoB A.NIIOWILLAm7-7I


j0RENDER GOOD GIVE SMOKER


M r SERVICE TO- NIGHT ,. d

Sa Go t the IGesfae f s Pearl, To Celebrate the Thirty-Seventh
TW TW O 80ese tast IM ke oherm- AnieWsy of that Or-
N ll t inr By a Squa. Spnization. Whatever you drink outside, let your
Ike time b"eme when the Seamen attached to the gunboat Stevedores' Benevolent Association hom e beer be Schlitz. T hat is pure beer.
Imtedligt f % emamd q*sui- Wasp, stationed at the Pensaola navy No. 1, the oldest labor organization in
ty. aMd It b~th w hile. know- Y *ard, did excellent service yesterday Florida. and possibly one of the old-
lu t.-o t- o~ he aed c- loe o th oiwoo ol N o bacilli in it nothing to m ake you
ing that oble-4k)h whieow. fermeoon, when they rescued est in the south, will celebrate its
half a etT-r have been build- bay nearly two miles distant from thirty-seventh anniversary tonight, .
g up a nationn for rea- wh th Wasp was moored. -hen a smoker will be given in the DlllOUS.
bitty In this to ricMr. Pearl was on his way to the hall in commemoration of this event.
lanart paStiCe- u yard in a small sailboat, when the Committees have been appointed to
Cma nd seeh.- sudden squall came on. It struck his .rrange for the celebration and thereBeer s a sacchar e produ
e and e he single and boat and the latter capsized before is no doubt but that every member
oue-bre d uits just re- he could lower the sail. will enjoy the occasion immensely.ligt taint
ceiveLd. The men of the Wasp and monitor The association was organized in m ultprapidlyT he
Amphitrite saw the accident and 1 1668, and since that date has continu-
= boat from each vessel put off to the ed to grow and gain strength, until O i *
--. rescue. The boat from the Wasp. It is recognized as ithe strongest or-of im u tyu c ly ru ns its
However, reached there first and Mr. animation of laboring men In thehea
Pearl was taken on boaro. The cap ~.c-n, Tt r'imbe-s amone its members
cred boat was towed to the yard. The some of the most prominent men in W e go to the utm ost extre
Smen composing the crew of the Wasp 1., .,, and , is expected that allevent
-= toat were Boatswain's. Mate Blel, P. will be in attendance at the anniver- *
SC. d 1 100 = I Cooney. G. Hughes, B. B. Cross, W. pary tonight. that. Cleanliness is a science where SchlitZ
C. G O duu #~w npergre = Cook. A. Williams and D. DeWeyer.
STHE CONFEREES ARE rewed
_ REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND; GETTING TOGETHER. DCer IS brewed.
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
K. 8Ic: THURSDAY NIGHT. PENGACOLA Continued From First Page.
41. MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO. We even cool the beer in plate gass
e ~ m' That making peace is a strenuous
lW.umm P (~FIFDAI life is illustrated by the daily pro-
GENERAL PUBLIC gram o.f orko the peace envoys adrooms, in nothing but filtered air.
tteir suites. Eight -sessions of the
TERSELY T LD. IS MORE HOPEfUL tcnebrUo h phce Then we filter the beer. Then we
arrival Of the envoys atPortsmouth filter the beer.
S. T N skhe BrewtaRmr n (, to cne week ago, and all but one of thetq
St eet, (Continued From First Page.) has been long hours. Outside of the b
smost prominen, mill men in aslam,. sessions everyone connected with the evterileZC V ry bottle.
Was in the city yesterday. fuar hours, and the belief is gaining woet has continuous occupation with
Hon. John Rourke, of oBag a ground that 105 cases, reported on but few hours for rest, and practi-... c
shaking hands with his muaam t bads saturday, will prove to be the top fig- ally none for recreation. -And Schlitz beer is aged. he r at
in the city yesterday. ure of the present visitation of fever. They breakfast before 9 o'clock;
e regular errfAs already pointed out in the Assooat- they are in the navy yard before 10, *
Tbe regular ety ~ert and ed Press dispatches, aQl cases of fe- and with the exception of a brief m akeen eer
ance which the atures of ver which bore any resemblance to space for luncheon served in the con- a
Park each week. yellow fever were included in last ference building, they stay in session
t by Chaffers" week's daily lists with the result that until evening. After this a hurried W hen you order beer for your hom e,
.. the weather was in- many of the yellow fever cases were dinner is served at the hotel and ths
r ULtem a large number of per- subsequently diagnosed as malaria, work.of the evening and night begins.
present and enjoyed the Hereafter more care is to be taken In Last night, for M. Witte and Baron get the health iness witho t
investigating reports of sickness and Rosen, there was an outside duty, and
.amPey had t ity-one de- with the doctors co-operating it is ex- one of almost as much importance asold beer get Schlitz.
Shim in the municipal peted that all the yellow fever cases peace between Russia and Japan, vi.,G et a pure beer get an old beSch tz.
8a lm-day morning. Of this found will be promptly turned up the consideration of the question of .
th e rndatswr discharge without the necessity of Including in the amelloration of the condition of
case turned over to the coun- tbe reports of fever of other kinds. the Jews in Russia with a delegation
. cties. e ne case continued and In order to eet the objection of o eminent American Hebrews.Dur- Phone 18 t a
fines mounting to 65 imposed doctors that inspectors have been fol- lg this time the Japanese elasaries Phone 16
lines amounting to $65 impose. lowing in their tracks and invading vere busily engaged ift their quarterss The Lewis Bear Co.
A meeting of the committees hav- houses from which they have already in bringing their records to date, in n M aina n -
Ing ia charge the smoker to be given reported fever, Dr. White has put into the preparation of cablegrams and in i M Main and Palafax, Pensacola
tonight by Live Oak Camp. No. 1, effect a rule which will make such getting ready for the next day. An "
Woodmes of the World, was held last conflicts impossible in .the future. idea of the volume of cables which
might, and all arrangements for the Wherever a case has been reported are daily sent to Europe ahd the S
event to be given tonight were com- the householder is to be provided with East may be had from the statement
pleted. Sovereigns of Hickn Camp a card of the doctor giving the tent- that on Sunday one cable company
sad also visiting brethren are cordial- perature and condition of the patient, handled $19,000 worth, of butipess in-
ly invited to be in attendance. which *ll1 protect such house from cluding dispatches from both (be Rus-
further intrusion. s!an and Japanese peacemakers from
It is easy to make the most de- Weather Wuas Cooer. kts headquarters here.
Both sides are very keen In the mat-
licious deserts if you use the right The weather was a trfle cooler to- ter of their facilities for commun!ca-
flavoring extract. Blue Ribbon Lemon 'ay, but there is no indication of a tion The heavy tax on the local tel-
and Vanilla are unexcelled. Ask your decided fall in the temperature. Sud- phone wires made it impossible for
grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon and den changes in the temperature are them to get quick service between the .-- --.t
Vanilla. Takes less, flavors perfectly. injurious to yellow fever patients, hotel and their conference rooms in -
Wlterations from high to low tempera-the navy yard, and complaint w."z'W P v SE1I S CREIT L rPROCESS M ETING W ILL BE Pa ,bSt
CHILDREN WHO WERE tures generally having a marked ef made with the resuh that Secretar' SECRET PROCESS MEETIN W ILL B
POISONED ARE IMPIROVING. tect on the death rate. With a con- Pierce had two direct telephone sys- WESTVILLE
-- siderable number of cases now un- tms installed between these points,' IN STEELMAKING HELD TO B
The children of Captain and Mrs. der treatment more deaths than have one for the Russlians and one for *he -. . t Th J a 0.UIm
tars Andersen, who were poisoned teen occurring will not be snrpris- Japanese. D ott e D eci
about ten days since by eating canned Ing, but in the meantime the situation The exclusive use of the navy yard, aB_.enon O
orn. are now ast improving, and It will continue to be favorable as. long s far s civilians are concerned, is Speclal to The Journa New York, Aug. 15.--Charles M. A meeting of o tqiol In the
is expected that they will have re- as the deaths are confined to one sec- still possessed absolutely by the mem- Westville, Aug. 13.-Rev. R. Q. Ba- Schwab, who returned to this city cf the city, who wy, will ha 11o C 0aL
covered within a few days. tion of the city, especially to foreign- bers of the peace commission. Yes- ker preached at the Presbyterian frcm Braddock. Pa.. yesterday, re- formation of a ,. at Judge Sol ,jev rhl .
One of the Hlittle girls died from ers who have taken none of the ordi. terday, in addition to the regular church Sunday and Sunday night. vealed for the first time that his trip be held tonight in R5 will be e
the effects of eating the corn. but the ,ary sanialtary and hygienic precau- guard of marines which from the first The Journal representative, M". abroad Is for the purpose other three children, all of whom were tions was placed over the naval stores build- Hodgeboom, was in Westville to.ay gailng in Germany a new and secret taken looking toward called to order A
seriously ill from the same cause, are At Lofourche crossing, four miles ing, a detail of secret service men was In the interest of The Journal. process for the manufacture of steel. The meeting is tfl. Gpected that ,M Fneid mI
Sow in such condition that they will from Thibodaux. the patient reported added. They surrounded the building D. A. Simmons left here yesterday which may have an important bearing at 8 o'clock, andvbe present those
shortly recover, there with his nurse and family and and kept constant watch throughout on one of his preaching trips. on the future of that industry, there will not C f or the meeting CWholesale D*l'utPer
all who visited him during his illness the session. Mrs. D. A. Simmons and children "I will be gone for three weeks, and who signed tfa-terted in haY-
_>have been placed on a screened and 'left here today for Bear Head. the only country I intend to visit is hut other i n the state de o
FOR ASSISTANT disinfected boat, which has been an- M(rs. O. A. Watson, of IDeFuniak Germany,'" Mr. Schwab said. ing Par e t-h sae Lae IieW
e OR ASSST Nchored in the bayou. With these pre-, WILSON WILL INVESTIGATE Springs, came over to Westville ;ast "I am going to inspect several steel rillttla. /...en who are workln. d quor
TA TAT actions it is considered probable that SHIPPING CONVENIENCES. Friday and returned home Saturdav mills. One offer a new development The pny organized have re.
SpCR AA the focus there will ultimately disap- Mrs. James Manning. of Ponce De- in the manufacture of steel. This has to have h encouragement from the PHONB 17
pear. Chicago. Aug. 15.-Secretary of A- Leon, came ovei to Wev1lle Friday, heen inaugurated by friends of mine celved 'en of the city, especially H B
Levy Expense Tax. riculture Jams Wilson. accompanied and returned Saturday., F over there and I am going to see buslnler .of Commerce. and now N. 831 SOUTH PALAPOX I
Mass.. Aug. 15.-There Some of the country parishes which by Dr. E. S. Salmon, chief of the bu- Mr. Warren D. Jackson, of Pone v hat it is like. Mr. Johnson, general the e movement has been inaugu-. PEN SACOLA, FPLA.
r Report Min tokbridge that Wm. .. p ave put on light quarantines are now reau of animal industry, arrived in DeLeon. come over to Westville Fr>- manager of the Bethlehem Steel comn- thl t a., ntic. ated that it will bO
report o tokbridge that Wbe C.a struggling against the heavy expense C('hicago last night. and they will day and returned Friday evening. pany, is going with me." r- .. .. . --_
eat ecretary orf state an t it. involved. In Lafayette, a special tax begin an investigation into live stofk. Little Loyce Leroy Bludworth, aon He added that there was a possibil- r, .... _______S
at iseretary. o state .and that the ap- <( 21 miils has lust been levied to "We have come to Chicago to learn of W. T. BludVorth, and L. E..Blu,- ty of his visiting Andrew Carnegie , .... .- n


poehttuat will be mad mtiseweek. Wsvil't,,.s"- Y co
r.Bt will be madin tls week., meet the expense. In Ouachita shot- the actual condition of the live stock -oth. died in Westville last Thur.- lhefore he returned, and refused tV 1.e the farm Cts, bruises
Mr. Ranger is now tin LTbrador wit gun quarantine has been abandoned., traffic," said Secretary Wilson. "We day evening ana' was buried in West- discuss his rumored contracts to cfr "ency on thDe a m. Tms ectrs S, C r ully
secretary Root. He served as assist- l Iberville parish the health authori-, v'ant to see for ourselves just what ville graveyard last Friday evening., struct wharve in Russia and stings, sprains.pain Insntly Never
Lt Secretary of war under Mr. Root tics tried the experiment of the open: the situation ij so we can handle it Mr. James Manning, who has been Russian armor plate. Oil relieves the pain instanly
abd was invited to mae the trip tef door, but as people from Bayou Goula,' intelligently at Washington. The law sick for some time seems to be 1m- safe without .
al&arodor by hi Aforner chief. an infected point, have been invading. provides that cattle shipped in cars proving.
con infected localities citizens de- which are not provided with conven- Hon. H. E. Hickman left here t- ART MESEUM WNIU.L Canada Invites Komra. ath
NEW' ~CC l nBnmand a more rigorous quarantine and lences for feeding and rest shall be day for Bonifay. FIGHT FOR o FAUNE Victoria, B. C.,Au15 So
NEW SCIENT Mthe health board resigned. i taken out and fed at least once In Mr. A. Ramsey, who lives west ot secretary of state, has invited Baron
-P-r-t D.d Tt Will. Dr. Leach, of Minnesota, has notI twenty-eight hours. We want to de- here, was in Westville today. managers of Komura to visit Canada after the the laundry work t
A ^Pirttion D oe red Th Will ,etb been able to make any experi-! termine what conveniences are neces- ,Mr. E. M. Jewell. from near Pros- .ew^ or u stf5 of Art of peace conference, and e panee turn out, we're sure
troythe Da f Geet here He tol Mayor Behr- sary to feed and rest cattle in transit." perity, was in town Monday. the etropoitan their hands ter as accepted, i engagements CAN
tmentheret He .I New York have a .....bd Ahority Here. WE CAN
r some time t has been k man that e had volunteers who were -- for posseon o th e
at ts caed by a germ that i willin- to be Ifected, but the local NEW YORK MOB TRIE Jacob Rogers, $6,000,000. will permit. Anyway, we uaran
ag p the mlp tato little white medical profession is disinclined to TO KIL POLICEMAN. Mrs. Vrgina Helster Sn rancoo. Aug. 15. r trc
g m, ad by sappmtg the vitality of consent to deliberate infections atl the dead loon person, N Manson. K. C. M. G., phyPstcCan anMd Trs Vtlar Srtha
ahsrt at the root. causes aling this time r wsr e t Nature's ay By Asociated PressW brought procAeo, with aecumu- medical adviser to the English colo.nialn and! 01 bftr Sd, of course, finally batalnes. Surgeon Berry wa r ported today New York, August 15.-The Twenty- j., to recover 00,00 with u-ofie, arrived In this tF hlat night.S
r years there have been all kindsto be improving. He was well enough Followed second street police station was lated p ts Ich she alleges her of Sir Patrick is here for the purpose La
oth mSr *thnbtt and scalp tonics to receive vWis tors, v dbar rin acs stormed last night by a crowd number- father, wh wa d in the of delivering a course of lectures on
a the arkt. baut there has been no dents, his recovery is wconsdered in making ing several hundred persons who de ,ni"- Jacob had place i h topleal diseases at the Lane hospital. S7 E. Garden a t Phonr
pemmeent cure for dandruff until the to be assured. The only other doctor ar imanded revenge on Petrolman Haleo d ocomotiv fsiness hor er. He is one of the leading authorities P acola, F.
erof a preparation called New- ho has ee~ fecteal physician. Dr. Pre-digeSted I1 who had clubbed John Hogan into an- H i, orld on this branch ofa medl
bo's Herpicide. which destroys the Crebbin a y localphys l i conscCousness. H>gan. according tO CARD OF TRtANK. i cal science and is in charge of leading
adr et willr Detroy the caxist. Kill the urebbin has condition t the policeman, with several ompa- ae this method of thanking British schools on tropical diseases.
Sder t wem ceaase to exist. Kino dnd- thee hough his condon a r' Rions, had been blocking a sidewalk, "v friends who assisted us.ing;i c..... on to
S ge a o hae nog hdandported to be mpro when ordered to "oved or our children during their REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND REGULAR BAND CONCER
and o sch ealp. o thiling hair. ByCancera atta backed Hale with a hataeht.y ra.s, and also for the many kind- DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK DANCE AT ELECTRIC
Stld by W. A. DAlemberte, dra isT K I BaronSan Nom yla was remove' to a hospital, ees exte ded us during the illness' NIGHT PENSACOLA THURSDAY NIGHT. PENS
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s==IU DA w DMi SDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1905.

WAY? cases followed, he takes occasion to
lcy f r your recognize the part which the news-1
SThe r papers of that city had in preventing'
I" t SL.a panic and assisting in the necessary,
Public precautions. Dr. Porter is one'
CA Individual who seems to have, in this
respect, at least, a proper idea of the
IL eternal witness of things, and therein
S .. he stands out unique and distinct-
I__ : 01. almost the only specimen of his kind.
aanal have bs Whoever, before, ever heard of giving
ID aY I M.Id moa newspaper credit for anything?
S ost in human
a .has. been.
n Panama let-
SNew word some of VOX PO I
ttions a they affect
SLand the worena, s*l l:*
rV on the S ADVIBE8 WAR ALSO
s fo crvens or ON THE BEDBUG.
41 9 neYv-Ot 1is, no
who of the fevers Myrtle Grove, Aug. 12.-Much in-
j In t mits of the terested is being made manife t in
S s e ri wMaing who the mosquito and his origin. The
hotal s kyi that bends abundant rainfall now affords him
arheat beE, and labor plenty of opportunity for breeding.
dattk in mad to the The theory of this little insect carry-
/kdes. In t drives me ing yellow fever germs is a very good
Aru and b of fm., moqui- one, and the war that is being waged
/ toes and ts. against them should' not be stopped,
Yet me- ehetr death Just but the writer thinks that there la
the same t holds forth still another little blood-sucking in-
/ ,"n e" -rd the ditch must sect that quarantine should be on
1bc bult against. This is the "bed-bug," or
T ,ake ^ with a ma- the chinchh."
c ', c t'5 the top of Thil Httle bag inhabits the bed and
one of ing a bve the the bed clothing, and if allowed in the
ruins You see house at all will oon spread all over
tea re-ntim, and it and get in trunks, valises or sui
the upon. ThereO am an d by this method may bh
ft-- g"e n'3 _carried^ l ,l place to place where the
st 0v- h t 1 t eite Thley are a kind o bug
stret al itself that b ires a great deal of the human
10 like a blood to mtlsfv wants and far
of the walst surpass the mosquito in the length of!
i is ~~b has ta life. One single bug may bite a vic-
live~ of th. .h n the tim of the fever ad then crawl awa- i
waiting fot f r .,en. and to some exluidpot d I way;
waiting 'c For to some eaclndev spot and be carried
and miles a g e of he c off, and thus preafd the germs. Their
stretch e grc C (agrCo sWam long life, together with the ease in
seewlIy a6 a- a lawn fro.which they may be spread, makes them
th hilltop. yet with gianitr more dangerous than the mosquito
grass twice as corntals the latter is not vcrv easy to carry
and Infefted with e snakes and rom his birthplace and is not'
alligators. be long lived. Quarantine should
Here the deadly f are born. nst these deadly little bugs.
Each of the buzzing mqutoes, sing- \ HILLITARD W. McNAIRP
ing in gray clouds a e your head.
is a seff-apolnte' vaInator with ......
death in Its virus. prising.'*if aelty yields to the enter-
It is estimated that ,00 labor- ties-and'ake a list of your difficul-
ers are burled upon Monkey Hill, near would lesi how man of them
Colon. In the arwfl times of De Les- vertising en eld to a little want ad-
sps and the great French control.
they died like flies, until 1884 forty
now the United States is making ex- I -
periments among various races of men Ba. jy..
to see what naionaltty can best bear 5I "J, a
the awful hardships. Chinese cooles, Taretai
JamaRlc negroes. Portugee, black
men from Africa, Domnicans--all
have tried, so far in vain, to stand
the siege of death.
go far the Chinese coolies have 1 2 4--
borne the brmt better than other
natlnalities. Death and a dollar look
alike to them. They require but a lit- COPIES
tie to eat. They plant their own gar- ,
dens with yams and bananas. They
grow rce and manage to support
themeevos and' save nearly all their Or a a Wage
salaries.
As conditions are at present in
5nmama. only a kind and merciful
Providence can prevent thousands of
laborers from dying there annually. WAILV
long with the problems on which
edence Is now engaged for the most
economical and most effective meth- The following figures show The Pen
'ed, from a mechanical standpoint, of saoola Journal's circulation for eact
accomplishing the greatest mechant- day during th3 month of July, 1903
eal undertaking in the world's history, with the average number oL copies
i. may be just as well for science to daisy:
pend a portion of its time in devising July 1 4,250 July 16 4,50(
methods for saving human life. The July 2 4,600 July 17 ....
latter may be cheap, but before the July 3 .... July 13 4,20
Panama canal is built, it may still tuly 4,250 July 12 4,45
cme to be quite a necessary consld July 5 4,250 July 21 4,200
ration in the completion of the water- July 7 4,250 July 22 4,300
w July 8 4253 July 23 4,45
july 9 4,00 July 24 ....
rC- 0Ma.lley. the notorious crook J 10 Jul 43
July 11 4,25 July 26 4300
md blackmailer, as well as editor of July 12 4,250 July 27 4,300
the New Orleans Item, has Just been July 13 4,250 July 28 4,300
sentenced to pay a fine of $500 and July 14 4,250 July 29 4,350
wrre elght months in jail for crimi- July 15 4,250 July 30 4600
Total for tile moth ......ll2,87
ma libel. It is to be regretted' that Averge pe day .........1
sech men as O'MalIey are ever found
Ie the newspaper business, but it is I hereby certify that the above state-
alo a matter for congratulation that meat I* correct according to the rec-
Im this case at least O'Malley has re- ords on lie in this oice.
arlved hi just desert. FRED A. SWEET,
Circulation Mgr.


in Dr. Porter's statement to the w...or d bsc
public, reviewing the Tampa yellow Swo^ to J.ad sU Sed beor me
sver case. which snt in there from t;P ist dty or Jul, 1 6.T
New Orleans, but which was so sac- P. DKE*
cmastlly treated that no additional Notary Public.


The Quatitita-

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AM only a partial believer in the quantitative theory of money
That is to say, I do not believe prices bear a direct relati
TO THE AMOUNT OF MONEY I1 CIRCULATION'
although I have no doubt that prices are influenced by a


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The United States Is Not

Going to the Bowwows
Br SSAN B. ANTHONY. Wrma- Sufraslu
AAM optimistic, and I am assuredly not one of those who believe
that the United States is going to-well, going to what men all
call the bowwows. Because a train runs into an open switch
when traveling at seventy-five miles an hour, IS THAT ANY
ARGUMENT AGAINST FAST TRAINS! Would not a train
going at forty miles have run into it just the same I
I don't think Americans are living too fast. The eager, ambi-
tious, keen, striving life of the United States is but an indication of
the youth AND VIRILITY of the country. We wanted to beat
England in running fast trains. Well, we've done it. We want to
beat the world as a nation, and we're doing that.
Do I deplore the fact that so many women are being forced into
Ne stress of industrial life ? Certainly not. I hope that a constantly
.'easing number of women will EARN THEIR OWN LIVING
n"\d of marrying men with whom it is impossible to live. It is true,
f coe, that the uneducated women of the country are not gett
g* gages as they should get or as they will get, but they are vastly
- tter oehan the same class fifty years ago.
S The cr~hat women did not work then is absurd. They did the
Sharpest kint menial labor on farms, and they toiled at the loom.
The difference this, that fifty years ago these women were not paid
D for their labor, ILE TODAY THEY ARE.
S TOMORROW FACTORY OPERATIVES, SHOP GIRLS AND
OTHER WORKERS THIS COUNTRY ARE GOING TO BE MUCH
BETTER PAID THAN EY ARE NOW, AND THEY ARE GOING TO
GET THAT BETTER THROUGH ORGANIZATION.


A Woman\president

Within a Generation?
I IJusice DAVID J. IEWER the United states uprme Court
ITHOUT discussing the tion of woman's suffrage I may
ay that the suffrage is enjoyed by both sexes in ev-
eral of the states, and who 1 say that within a genera-
Stion it shall not be extended IN ESTATE to both men and
women?
Who shall say tt before the gray hai cover the head of
the young women f today there may not sit 'the White House as
president of the U ted States a woman who, lik Queen Victoria, will
shed luster upon th country, as Victoria shed lusNr upon England?
SUBSCRIHIW TMJE JOURNAL-ONLY TEN CENTS A WCEK.
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crease or increase in the money supply.
Last year's total production of gold reached the enormous figure of
$340,000,000. There was a direct gain in the gold reserves of the Eu-
ropean centers of $205,000,000 aid a gain in the United States of
$91,000,000, making the efTective gain in the reserve in the world's
commercial centers almost $300,000,000. No one can doubt that this
extraordinary increase in the production of gold i having and will
continue to have an influence upon prices.
The director of the mint has calculated that an allowance of about
$76,000,000 should be made annually for the amount of gold going
into industrial uses. Wit*4te total production of $340,000,000, then,
it would seem that there is V.'l over $250,000,000 of fresh gold from
the mines likely to arrive at ~e monetary reserve centers each year.
When it is remembered that the total amount of gold in the associated
banks of New York is $200,000,000 it will be seen thai this sum of
new gold bears an important relation to RESERVE STOCKS OF
THE WORLD, and it cannot be doubted that this increase in gold
reserves is having a distinct influence on the course of prices.
The outlook certainly favors a continuance of the present large
scale of gold production. The great reserve reservoirs, the world's
financial centers, from which enterprise in large measure derives life
and energy, seem likely to be fed by these flowing streams of new gold
for some years. Those people who are familiar with the conditions in
the Rand anticipate that that district alone will soon produce $150,-
000,000 annually. They feel that they know with accuracy what the
ground contains, and they express belief that the Rand will produce in
the neighborhood of $150,000,000 annually until it yields a total of
between four and five billions.
No matter how rapidly gold reserves increase, however, the de-
mands for credit may easily run ahead and build a structure TOO
LARGE SAFELY TO STAND ON THE GOLD FOUNDA-
TION. At the present moment gold reserves, large as they are in the
United States, are not relatively large when compared with the amount
which banks owe'in the form of deposits.
I have no doubt that the present price level has been IN A
MEASURE the result of the increase in gold stocks and that further
increase in gold reserves will have a tendency further to advance
prices. That tendency, however, it must not be forgotten, may be in-
terfered with and may be entirely counteracted or more than counter-
acted by other influences, so that it by no means follows that prices are
to continue to rise merely because a golden flood seems likely to con-
tinue to come from the mines.
THE ELEMENTS THAT FORM THE BASIS OF PRICES ARE FAR
MORE COMPLEX THAN ANY SIMPLE APPLICATION OF THE QUAN-
TITATIVE THEORY OF MONEY MIGHT INDICATE, AND IN THE
FLUCTUATION WHICH RESULTS FROM THESE CONTENDING AND
CONFLICTING COURSES, THE CONSTANT UPWARD TENDENCY
WHICH MIGHT BE CREDITED TO FRESH GOLD RESERVES MAY BE
LOST SIGHT OF ENTIRELY.


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Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and !gve personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 East IaRut
streets.
McKinzle Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chandlers and grocers,
the only first-class housa of the kind
in Pensacola. Fair prices to all.
Why use inferior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's, 30 S. Palafox.


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*Rh TI W/laI Ig position on log train vacated by Mr.
ILOIVIELW l Dilbun.
SC. C. McRaD of the,-Florala News,
S- passed through Monday en route to
the bay, where his family is spending
Special to The Journal. i the summer. Charlie says yellow
Crest'vew, Aug. 15.--F. A. Currie, fever quarantine and mosquitoes do
former train dispatcher of the Y. R. inot trouble them down there.
R., is on a visit to his friends for a Florala put on qutratine a few days
few days. since, and Mr. McDuffie acting health
Rain! Rain! It rains every day! officer, spends quite a lot of his time
now that farmers are trying to pull in our little town.
fodder and make hay. I The yellow River R. R. pay car
Mr. Dulbin, who has been operator passed through Thursday scattering
on the log trains for about twoyears, the "root of evi."'
left for his home in Minter, Ala.,i Miss Griffin, of Jackson county,
where he goes to accept a position opened the public school Monday with,
With his brother in the mercantile! a good attendance, which will be in-'
business. He leaves many friends creased considerably next week. This
.ere wilo wish him success. Is the first term under the sub-dis-
Mr. Terry, of Cowans is day opera- trict and will last eight months.







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(Continued from First Page.) [guilt or innocence of defen6tant, but
believed it would yield readily to the
greeted his relatives and friend's evidence. He knew defendant's family
hearily a they entered and stepped several years ago, but said he did not
to his side. Think that fact would prevent him
By 10:30 the crowd had been so8from giving a fair and impartial trial;
egp-mte4d that many were standing, could presume defendant innocent un-
and tpo then until after the noon ti! proven guilty; what he had heard
hour it continued to grow until nearly on the outsic'e would not affect him
every available particle of standing iu any way.
ram was occupied. The Juror being satisfactory to the
Almost immediately after court was state the entire panel was again ten-
eaed to order the examination of dered.
taleumen began, one more juror being
eocsMI before the calling of wit- Witnesses Not Present.
me ors Cnsimderable trouble was ex- Counsel for defendant then asked
perienced in the examinations for the that Dr. J. A. McI)onald and HaywooJ
twolth man, and the questions asked Lower?. witnesses for whom subpoenas
by both prosecution and defense were had been issued, be called. The for-
direct wd searchng. mer is at present in Millville and the
Exmmkotion of Jurors. latter was supposed to be in Santa
Rosa county, the subpoenas having
T. N. g a c c Brent, was the first been sent to the sheriffs of Washing-
taleam called, but was disqualified ton and Santa Rosa counties, respoc-
becauMe be was opposed to capital t!rely, for service. Deputy Sheriff
puanshment. C. D. Bonaker, of Pen- Sanders stated that no return had
acola, we likewise dpqualfied. hay- been made upon the subpwnas, anm
Ing a well-defined opinion regarding afterwards, upon order of the court.
,the case. te tal called the name of each witness three
RL ISa Oeman, the third talesman times, reporting no answer in each
6l.ed, were all the questions case. A delay then ensued during
asked y the state in a satisfctory which the attorntls for both sides
anannar,-bvt,'upon being sharply quos- held a consultation.
toned by the deteme, said he had a Attorney E. C. Maxwell, counsel for
settled conviction as to who killed John the defense, state;, to the oourt, in sub-
White. but that it would not influence t d s s o h f
White. but that it would not influence stance, that counsel for the defense
him in the least on arriving at a ver- had not desired to apply for a con-
diet Attorneys for the defense ob- ttruanc at that tim but that such
Ejected to the juror for cause and the application was necessary, owing to
urt, after itorrogating the juror, the fact tat material witnesses had
ruled ainst the objection. Defense not been secured.
thea attempted to cross question Mr
Ooeman. but the sate abjected, say- Motion for Coritinuance Overruled.
tag that questionbng was not permit. The state thought that a showing
gable after the court had ruled upon with reference to these two witnesses
the point. Deense then askea the should be mao'e. and court adjourned
ocial stenographer, Miss Minnie for thirty minutes in order to give de-
L. Keboe, to read the testimony of tense time to prepare the showing.
Mr. Coleman. which was done. In an-! When the court re-convened after the
swer to questions by defense, Mr. half-hour intermission, another delay
"olenmn said he had an opinion and -nsued while the attorneys for the de-
that the evidence would have to be f>onse finished the preparation of the
Mtrang to offset it. He further said showing in the case of the two missing
be ould not go Into the jury box with witnesses, but shortly before 1 o'clock
e assumptio of the innocence of the paper wta presented to the court.
deedant. He was then disqualified having just been sworn to by Wil-
upom motion of states Attorney Kehoe. Ilams. It was objected tb as insuffi-
Jury cured. ':cnt by the state and the talesmen of
W. C. Kelly. who besides near Cen- the special venire ordered to retire
try, was the pext talesman called, from the court room while the matter
er. Kelly had an opinion as to the w as being argued by the opposing at-
torneys. The motion to continue the
0'1- case was overruled, after argument,
...THE... the defense taking an exception to
the ruling of the court. C, Moreno
IJones of counsel for prosecution,
made an able argument in opposition
UNIVERSAL BREIIAD 1o the motion, in which he took up
the different points in detail, showing
That they were insufficient upon which
to grant the continuance prayed.
Haywood Lowery, one of the wit-
r esses so much desired by the de-
Ifense, put in an unexpected appear-
ance while the showing was being
prepared and Jas. Farinas was sworn
in as bailiff during the intermission.
The jury was then polled and sworn
in and adjournment taken until 3:30
p. m.


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Afternoon Session.
When court was called to order
after the mid-day recess a larger
crowd was present-than at any pre-I
vious session, a solid mass of human-
ity filling every available seat and
every inch of standing room. Judge'
Carter, soon after taking his seat upon
the bench, instructed the sheriff to
announce that any demonstration or
expression of approval or disapproval
on the part of the audience would be'
punished, and after this announcement.
had been made the witnesses in the
case were called, as follows:
For the tate.
Dr. E. F. Bruce, Dr. W. C. Dewberry,
J. R. Landrum, James White, Edw.
White. James Nix, r.nest 1ott, C.
P Bobe. Robert McLeUan, P. B. Bruce,
Wm. Ray, M. B. Frank, Andrew Smith,
Percy S. Hayes J. K. Queries. Henry
Jones, Meade mIlson, George Douvllle,'
G. J. Morgan, N. C. McMIllan, Oliver.
Pou.
These witnesses were sworn and
retired out of hearing of the proceed-
jigs, and those for the defense were
immediately cated, as follows:
For the Defense
W. H. Murphy, Dr. J. A. McDonald.
A. J. MUiler Doc Hannah, Willis
Vaughn, (excused), James Jemnings
(excused). Clyde Adams, Haywood
Lowery, Andrew Miler, Mrs. I. E.
Williams, Mrs. W F1. Wfliaam, and
Gus Sodertlt. |
A& witSs r Wre batesfatf ttell


talk of the case and remain within
hearing distance, so they could be
called when wanted. State's Attorney
Kehoe then made a short, preliminary
address to the jury. and the first wit-
ness in the case was called.
Dr. W. C. Dewberry.
Dr. W. C. Dewberry, the first wit-
Fips, testified that he had known John
White for seven years; that the last
time he saw him was at his (White's)
store, between 4 and 5 o'clock, on July
18; Mr. White was then dead. Dr.
Dewberry said his death han' resulted
from two wounds inflicted with bullets
from a revolver, one of which entered
the left side near the heart (indi-
cating place) and the other on the
right side of the neck. Either of the
wounds was sufficIent to have caused
death. There was no cross examina-
tion.
Edward White.
Edward White. son of the late John
White, wee the second witness called.
,He testified that he was in the stote
at the time his father was shot. The
shooting occurred at 10 minutes to 5
o'clock in the afternoon of July 16, and
I his father, at the time the shooting
occurred, was sitting in a chair read-
ing a newspaper; witness ha4 been in
the store for about'an hour previous
To the shooting. HIe had seen his
father half an hour before he had been
killed, and at that time Mr. White
had been silting near the olce, lo-
cated at about the center of the store,
reading. g
Witness was within four feet of de-


reading.
Q-Do you know of your own knowl-
edge, who fired the pistol shot at
your father?
A-Yes, sir.
Q.--Who was It?
A.-William Williams.
Q.-Do you see William Williams In
court?
A.-Yes, sir.
Q.-Point him out, please.
A.-That is he, sitting behind Judge
Reeves pointingg to defendant).
Witness could not say what he was
doing at the time owing to the ex-
citement following the act of Wil-
liams. Williams had passed close to
him when he entered the store; had
come up the nerlh aisle. Witness saw
defendant when he came in and also
saw him when he fired the fatal shots.
Q.-Did you rear defendant say any-
thing before he, fired the shot?
A.-Yes. sir.
Q.-What did he say?
A.-He said: "I don't give a d-n


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SHERIFF .'a S. C. VAN PELT,
Sheriff Van Pelt is a very Conspt uous Figure at the Williams Trial
which is now going on in tie Cnrcuit Court. He has charge of the Prisoner
and keeps him closely guarded.

for any of you." shots he said: "And you."
Q.-How soon after he made that Q.-You couldn't tell who fired the
remark was the pistol fired? first shot?
A.-Immediately. A.-No sir.
Q.-'Did you see where he got that Q.--When he fired the other shots
pistol from-where he drew it from? you could hen see who it was
A.-I couldn't tell exactly; either, AYes, sir
from his hip pocket or else had it in Q--Who was it?
his hand by his side. A.-William F. Williams.
Witness heard two shots distinctly Witness, although injured by the
end had run out the back door Im- fifth bullet fired by Williams had grap-.
nedlately after that; he could not:lped with him and called for assist-'
swear that more than two shots had ance; Williams had "broken" the re-
been fired. He had remained out I olver in two at the breech for the
about two minutes and found several purpose of reloading, but witness
iu the store when he returned. At* placed his habd on the open breech
that time his brother. James White, and prevented the reloading of the
was holding Williams and his father gun until help arrived. The struggle,
was still seated in the chair. Edwin lasted about five to seven minutes.:
Dangby was lying upon the floor. Wit- Bob McLellan, Cuyler McMillan, C. P.
ness immediately went to his father's fobe and. others then came to assist-
side, but the latter could not speak ance of witness and McLelan made
and was evidently.r-ead. He saw the a grab for thd gun' and secured it.
wound and fresh blood and indicated The revolver when taken by McLel-
to the jury theta location of said len was in the hand of Williams an.
wounds. He sated positively that the hand was held firmly by witness.
Williams had re the bullets that Witnesp wa unable to identify the
caused the woRun. Williams had; revolver with bich the shooting was!
been working for John White about done.
5 or 6 years. Witnes hkad only remained in the'
Only a few questions were asked by store about five minutes after assist-
defense in cross examination, but the dance arrived and weo then taken to
testimony was not shaken In any par- the ofiae of a physician, and fromi
t;cular. there to the hospital where he re-i
James White. gained thirteen days. He noticed his
,father when leaving the store, and;
James White, eldest. son of Joh saw him still sitting in the chair. He I
White, who was badly injured by Wi!- did not know of his father's death un-!
Hams at the same time his father was tl several days after it occurred.
killed, was then called and for the Neither did he know of the death of
first time since the tragedy his story Edwin Dansby until several days after
of the killing was told n detail. it occurred.
M'r. White, after answering the -Whatpost'on were you n wh
usual questions relative to name, resi- Wha on were you when
dence, etc., stated that he had last you were shot?
seen his father alive on July 18, 1905. A.-I was almost directly in front
At that time h:s father was sitting of him. I was crouching down against
In a chair in the store, 205 South Pal- the safe.
afox street, reading a newspaper. The Q.-What did he say as that shot
hour was between 4:30 and 5:30. His was fired?
father had been about the store as A.-"And you"
usual that day, and hail apparently Q.-What was the remark he made
been in the be1t of health. Witness when the third shot was fired?
was in the store when the shooting A.-"And you."
occurred. Q.-What did he say when the fourth
Q.-3Od you hear the report of any shot was fired?
pistol in that store, and if so at what A.-"And you."
time? Q.--What did he say when the fifth
A.-Between 4:30 and 5:30; I do shot was fired?
not remember exactly.
Q.--Where were you at the time the
pistol was fired?
A.-I was standing against Mr.
E'liott's desk, with my arm on the
desk reading a paper.
Q.--MHow far was that from the
chair In which your father was sit- AL .
tintg?
A.-I should judge 6 or 8 feet, about
a foot and a hall to the left.
Q.-Who else was right there?
A.-Mr. Elliott.
Q.--Where was he? SI
A.-At his desk about three feet
from me,
Witness said he did not know where The designer, who looks af-
Mr. Dansby wa, at the time, but that! ter the fitting of men of irregu-
his (Mr. White's) brother was sitting1 lar size es awake at nights-
an a bench near his father. At about so he says-thinking out new
that time he beard the pistol shots;/ ideas fo.- properly clothing
five shots were fired. The first two, hort, steut, long-stout, long-
had been fire, close together, there lean and the short-lean man.
vas a slight intrrmisslon between the His patterns are perfect and
second and third and the fourth and do away with the services
fifth had been fired close together the d away ith tailor. Extr
When the first shot was fired witness of the merchtra-tain men ma-
stout or extra-thin men may
rent into the office to a position near be suit-fitted at $7.50 to $15.00
the safe but lad looked first to see and at prices between. The
who had done the shooting, fabrics are the newest and the
Q.--Who was it?workmanship Is perfect.
A.-William F. Williams. orahip peect.
Q.-Do you see him in court? Try us, please, if you have an
A.-Yes, sir, I do. idea that you can't be fitted.
Q.-Point him out
A.-(Pointlng That is the man sit-
ting behind Judge Reeves.
Witness did not see who the pistol
was pointed at when the first shot was W Pa M r
fired, although he looked up imme.
diately after the report. He saw a
figure standing in front of his father, ---
but could not distinguish what it was
on account of the smoke. The figure -
afterwards made a few steps and wit-
ness saw that it was Williams. Wil- A
liams had stepped to the west and CLOTHI]R
fred one shot te the southwest, then
another shot to the southeast and the 97
Mth shot directly over the desk. Wit- .S 97
attes was then near the safe in a
srosuehisg pos When Williams dwObtolS,,
had fred to -ta. southwest he said .. -
;"a, yet i a then he fired the other


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A.-"And you." testimony was in a great
Witness was questioned at consld-! corroborative o; the evident
erable length relative to the copnec- by Edward ani James WI
tion of William F. Williams with thel made a diagram of the store
store of John White, and relative to; the location of the office, sa
certain goods which it was alleged etc., and showing where M
that Williams had taken from the bad been sitting when the fa
store and disposed of in Century. He were fired and also showing w
stated that his father had accused' E tnsby stool v:,-i, : ,:
Williams of taking goods from the lie fell. Witness also test
store, but desired to settle the matter, tive to the tr., of t;, -:;
with him quietly. to Century and to the concern
Witness had spoken to Williams rel- tween John White .n.l W1llh
active to his account at the store little new evidence was andu<
which was considerably overdrawn this line. Witness testified
and had endeavored to induce Wil- to the accon nr 'if i'-is
l!ams to give security therefore, but store and said Williams ha
without success. He knew that Con- 1-im for a starea.ent 0o the
stable Bobe and Edwin Danfsby had i-u'e h had r-'ferr'l him t
been sent to Century to inquire into White. Some :estimony rel
the matter, but was not advised rc-t- the alleg-'l theft of goods by
tire to the results of the inquiry. Wit- ant was aldlueri. but th.: cou
ness knew his father had talke-l with as during the testimony of
Williams about the alleged theft, but White, that particularizatlon
could not say what had passed be- admissable.
tween them. Adjournment.
Prosecution attempted to specify Court adjourned it 6:30
certain articles which, it was believ-, meet this morning at 10 o'clo
ed. defendant had taken but the court examination of witnesses wi
ruled that such test'o ::ny was inad- sumed. Although there are
missable and ordered it strickenfrom number of witnesses on the
the record, not believed tat over half
Cross examination failed to elicit will be called upon to testify
any additional evidenur.? f imp'r- possible that the prosecution
tance or to shake the direct testimony it case before Thursday nig
c- witness.
Upon re-direct examination witness Three spectres that threat<
said that the account of defendant was :if-,. Cholrra Infantum, dysia
overdrawn about $ afld that he was arrhoea. Dr. fowler's Extract
also respposible, for $ worth of goods strawberry never falls to
l4 to customers on credit, for which them.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White and chil-
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hpr sister, Mrs. G. W. Myres, and left
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Miss Julia Gay, who expected to re-
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Miss Kelsie Herrin. who has been
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Misses liosse and Georgle Borer
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Mrs. W. G. Barrow and two little
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Mrs. S. Bell i moving nto one
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on Rant Romana, After being away
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Dr. Roseborouch conducted a week's
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Mss Katrine Laney will spend sev-
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weeks' viit to relatives and friends
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Mm Kate Kaeth, woo ha been
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The ~cler of the vessels of the
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We can save you money and satls
ya t you desire a first-clas Plas
New Panos from $100 to $600.
Bm sure to see the Baby Plano-
g alet rglnar Piano made for young
ad ei alike, $100 to $175.
It wi pay you to call or write a


TUNING A SPECIALTY.
PHONE 47.


CLUTTER & RUSHING.
MIL Crmimt SteSht.
twACOLA, W- - FLORIDA.


;1bs Deicousness

of a


Dank


Depends on the ingredi-
ents and the dispensers
well. Our djspeuser
S thoroughly understands
the art of mixing and
erstrng cold drinks and
S keeps instant ta6i a
the nr things as they
a re ateduced; and
i e with te policy of
Wme tat the absattei
pem ingredient are
erved troe our Itb tatn.



adO Klitchena Cafe,

140 t4OPalafo. PewcD 999


B~ou tIy

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'his may .,e done
at little expense,
with a few well-
rnued picture on
t& bare walls.
WE FAME PICTURES JUST
AS YOU DtSIRL
We ary a large
Hae of moulding for
the purpoee.



Gem Book Store
C. LJ bUP Np



A HOME ON

ESCAMBIA BAY

INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF
SUMMER COMFORT AND JOYS
IN FLORIDA.


Avansdale, Aug. 15.--lhinking a
short description of our home on Es-
cambia bay at Avansdale will be read
with Interest by some of The Journal
readers, I take pleasure in writing It.
Avanedale is situated on the east side
of Escambia bay where fish and fun
are in plenty.
The home of Mrs. N. E. Jennings
is Affteen or twenty feet from the wa-
ter's edge. A long wharf runs out
and there we catch fine trout and red
fish.
The beach is beautiful, and the
trees are something grand, as they
tower above all with the long sweep-
ing Spahish moss clinging so grace-
fully When I look at them I almost
fe. I inclined to be a tree worshiper
and do homage to the spirit of the
tries. In the branches oL these grand
dul! trees has for many years been the
favorite place for birds nests, and in
the morning their mating song is har.
menlous with jubilant nature.
At certain times of the year large
numbers of quail come with their
timid broods around the place and
the sweet pathetic cry "Bob White"
is often heard.
0. E. Jennings has a very largegill
net about 800 feet long, and with the
help of three men catches fish in
abundance. He salts them down in
barrels and kits. Mr. Jennings has
been in bad health for several years
and it is surprising to see how he
improves while hqr, His father, J.
S. Jennings, spent two weeks with a
here. When be first came he was
very feeble and could scarcely walk
in the house. He returned home yese
terday and as he was ready to leave
I heard him challenge a young bay
man for a foot ace. No doubt but
this is a noted place for health u
sickness Is seldom, known here. The
aster is pure aid sems to contain
some mineral, iron and sulphur.
Another placo owned by Mrs. Jen
nings is situated on Trout Bayou sev
eral hundred yards above the plaoe
now occupied by her. At the mount
of the Bayou is a small, grassy Is
L.nd, situated all around the Bayou
are beautiful homes. TIl a pretty)
sight to lee the many boats a there
they are built and rea-ed au 'Us
male harbor for the. T see them
with their new snow-wite sails and
galy painted ulls It makes one thinL
cl gigantic white winged birds owner
ing ever the water.
Chas. Niaobse has in his charge
seven doan alligators ego now rdem
to hatch in a sand Isncator. I won
giris, if you want a pet, oome to meN
Mr. NihIuls. Our neighbors are ol
the best and so very generous. Thel
all seem to realize that arithmetlh
says divide. They do likewise ani
we reap the benefit.
Peaches are very fine. also pran
and grapes.
Joe Lee and family called last even
Ing and we were treated to a ver
nice concert by his daughters.
Wild Bowers of different hue am
nature are quite a spontaneous growth
as there fill all spale with cluster an<
foliage of magic beauty. We enjon
the anseft haeo, as Old Sol in h sinking state throws golden ray, be
yond the tree and clouds. Nothing
could be more grand or glorious tha
onr s tsets on the water.
Bathing here is excellent. On
neighborhood will soon be business


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Special to The Journal.
Mascogee, Aug. 15.-Rev. Breadlove,
M. a. pastor at Roberts, Fla., held
services she Sunday.
Mr. O0rey Mullins, who has been
working at Century, is now at home
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mullins.
Mr. A. C. McCalum and Mr. Jen-i
nngs, of Jennings, Fla., spent sev-
eral hours here on their way to Pen-
sacola.
Mrs. M. W. Quinn has been ill at
the home of her sister, Mrs. John
Bell.
Miss E1thel McKinnon was confined
to her bed several days this week.
Mrs. John Tompkins is rejoicing
over the advent of a fine baby girl.
Mr. B. M. Price was in Pensacola
on business this week.
Mrs. J. H. Patterson was suddenly
called to the Lcdside f her mother,
Mrs. IPgerton, of Quincy, Fla., who
fd very ill with fever.
Mr. Gale Bonifay was in Pensacola
on business this week.
Mr. W. R. Vaughn was in Pensaco-
'a on business this week.
Mr. Robert Henderson was in Pen-
sicola on business this week.
Mrs. Allen Sweet is rejoicing over
the advent of a fine boy.
Mrs. E. M. Price was confined to
her bed with chills and fever last
week.
Mr. and Mr,. Archey Williams, of
Century, visited relatives here th:s
past week.
Mrs. Bonifay visited relatives at'
Roberts, Fla., this week.
Mrs. J. W. Larkins and son, War-i
ren, are visiting relatives at Florala.i
Ala.
Mrs. Bonifay, of Roberts, Fla., paid
a flying visit to Muscogee yesterday. 1
Mjis Ella Raspes of McDavid, is vis-
iting friends here this week.
Mr. W. C. Lott was called to the
death bed of his father, Mr. Lott, ot
Mobile. He has the sympathy of hisi
friends.
Dr. M. Kennedy and Dr. J. H. Wright'
of Pensacola, have an office at the
Muscogee Hotel.
Mrs. WilkerPon and Mrs. Sweet vis-
ited relatives here several days this
past week.
Master Joseph Pittman has been ill
with fever for the past two weeks.
Mrs. Jdbn Bell and Mrs. W. W.
Quinn were called by telegram, to the
bedside of their brother, Mr. Will Wil-
kerson, of Pensacola, who was not
expected to live at that time. His
friends here are glad to know he is
improving.
Mrs. J. H. Lange received a telegram
this past week that her sister, Mrs.
MoUey Mousely. of Enterprise, Ala.
was dead. Mrs. Lange has the sym-
pathy of her many friends here.
WILL INTEREST MANY.
*, Every person should know that good
health is bnpoesible if the kidneys are
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An embroidered batiste flouncing is shoulder, and ribbon bows are used
ererly used for this fetching even- to catch the flounced tullnel. on the
d is coamtned with a silk arm. The skirt is t-. ef eediagly
ba of the ame shade. The simple affair, the top rt ircular,
lakig ge to drape the and fitted with scant airra t the
a beath l oram, a continuous back band. a broad 4a Ihoo2x plet
-d t f a eee a the draping occupyntg the b edt. The
at f Mathe s, sole, and the bouncing is applied ".* a rucnke
- t *Wa OR WUlf the aeeve is ribbon headtan.g, and OOOup p graoe
Sof ag a beads, flly to the back; the utdeqmrt be
it t e 1 ip -udr b between supplied with a laqulo eouce
ackh Me4n, UM IS ea ed ahoUl- that makes the ~ e 0 outer Wtrlal
der *w0 s0 "w i Jnp are re sbad wel out froM tsee.a de6 e-
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Sale


The largest assortment of
Pipes in the city. Big
consignment Just received
and must be sold at once
to get them out of the
way.

CBICKEN GUl AND SPEOlETl
SATURDAY WNGHT AT 3: O'CLOCK
Fresh Bread daily and
fresh Roasted Coffee. Ice
Cream and Cake orders
for parties and weddings
a specialty.


WHITE'S


OPPOIpTE


cus1ol


HOUc,


deranged. olers Kidaer o ure will
cure idey 'and bladder disease in
every form, and will build up and
strengthen theme organs so they will
perform their funotion properly. No
danger of Brightr disease or diabetes
if Foltes K4Idey Oure is taken In
time.


I MILLVIEW


Special to The Journal.
Millview, Aug. 15.--Miss Carrie and
Miss Helen Windham have returned
home f m Demopolis. Ala., Miss Hel-
en having recovered from a four
we 's illness from typhoid fever.
The little on of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
MV tead had the misfortune to fall
and break his collar bone one day
.ot week. The little fellow is doing
rjoely.
Mrm. A. D. Carter and children vis-
ited Pensaoola one day last week.
Mi s Mollie Smith is visiting her
mother, Mrs. W. F. Lewis, at Bell-
view.
Mr. Ge o. Ablhott and wife, of Mil-
to were visitors at Mrs. Lewis's
lost week.
Mr. Wille Lewis, of Milton, was a
vistor In Millview last Sunday.
Mr. GOeo. Quarrier and family have
ioved to their borne on Perdido Bay.
'Mr. Walter Biggs spent Sunday
with his mother.
Mr. 0. M. Larkin left yesterday to
vrist his parents in Florala. Mr. Lar-
kim has nt been real well for a week
or two and we hope to see great Im-
provement in his health on his re-
The many friends of Miss Alice
Dr't wish her much success In her
noble work in the yellow fever dis-
trit;I hn New Orleans.
A nsaber of Millview people are
looking forward to a trip to the Gulf
Labor Day.
MtA Cowley and little son were vis-
Itors in Pensacola one evening last
week.


like vo oyster boats will soon throng
the bay. Oysters are plentiful. If we
want them for breakfast we take a
skif and crab net and get them our-
selves.
I must not forget to mention the
crabs and Sounders. One would have
to be here to appreciate the crabs.
They are so large and numerous, aml
kunders-well, I can only say, one
evening last week at three o'clock we
caungt twenty-five and saw a hun-
dred more we did not catch.
Our nearest neighbors are four dear,
old ladies. I don't know what we
would do without them for they are
Ilways our refuge in case of squalls.
We seldom have them only when lit-
tie Clyde Jackson gets a switching.
I ought to speak a good word for
the cat Ash, but an old lady told me;
not to mention them: I suppose she
did not want it to be known they)
were here, but let me tell you all there
are plenty of them right here.
"rtchnm hemorrbolds were the
pague of my life. Was almost wild.
Dooa's Ointment cured me quickly
and permanently, after doctors hadl
fated." '?. T. CoruweU, Valley street
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OPEN ALL NIGHT

LOWNEY'S CANDIES.
Another shipment of Fresh Candies has just been iw
celved--4cent boxes to -pound packages.
BRUSHES AND COMBS.
We have the prettiest line of Hair Brushes in the city,
from 25 cents to $4.50. Baby Brushes from 25 cents to
$8.00. We sell the Unbreakable Comb. We mean by this
that if te comb breaks or is unsatisfactory, you get an-
other me free.

ORANGE STICKS
(Por Manceuring.) They are hoof-shaped and sell at S
cents, Rosewood, 10 cents; Ebonied, 10 cents; Pearl,
25 cents


HAT BRUSHES.
Just the thing for Silk
cheap.


Hats. They are nobby, neat and


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WE ARE MAKING IT HOT

for our broken lines of summer footwear. We want
to fire "em out of the house before all fall goods are
in, and our



ODD AND END SALE!


is what's doing the work.


GAZE UPON THESE FAT PURSENING BARGAINS:
$3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now ...................
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now....................$1.e
$3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now....................M
2.50 Ladles' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now............. .$1.l
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now.................4
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,................................ $3J
$4.00 Men's Oxforda, all styles, now ...........................3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ......................... .9
MIsses', Children's and Boys' Foptwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plums.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


112 Sout Palatalx Sreet


Feet Fuinbh r Go Feao


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DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
STERLING SILVERWARE,
ART Pu I ~KY, OPTICAL GOODS,


CUT GLASSWARE


Engravrng and Fi Statne ttonry,


Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


E. O Zadek Jewelry Co.


MOBILE, ALA.


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PUT NEW FURNITURE IN THE HOME

THIME'8 NO BETTER TIME THAN
NOW TO DO IT. THERE'S NO
BETTER WAY THAN BY


OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN.



SMARSTON & QUIMA,


108o10S, PalWox St. Phone 148.


Pesacola, Pla


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John Masey.


Jackson Brandon.


T. D. Adam&


Pensacola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Intendepela and Bell Phoas
Baylen Sta.
No job to big pr small tor u We do work in any part of the
city and also outside the city.



IF WS HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.



GREEN TURTLE SOUP!
One Quart Tins, 86c.
SOMETHtNG PIlEI! MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
COMPANY.

PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
S ASSORTED F tUIT AND LIMES IN MARASCHINO

S 8ol Cahn & Co.


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Phones 178 and 460 the People. J


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Advertisements

ox Ipeti" rate9 by t nr mental


I You Couldn't


Buy a Crust of Bread

With that bunch of rent receipts you
during the past years.


have accumulated


Put Your Rent Money Into a Home


For yourself-it's eaEY enough if you start right.


We Can Start You Right


From our list of property that can be bought with small
payments you can readily select one for yourself.



Pensacola Investment Co.

W. I. KWOW~LE PresM. et LL S. mSON, Se ary.
.. STaMIAI, VerrS.M Cse. MdNgr. MNOWS MVES, Tnresuur.
a.aU Eatme, Uanm... wean. .wi-mi@...t.


LOANS, RENTS

REAL ESTATE


FOR SALE.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00.... $ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month. property well
located and good renters ....$4':50
6-room house on Elast Belmont
street, a nice 'ome...........$1400
4 houses on corner "A" and Do
Soto, rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house .......................$2S00
FOR RENT.
713 N. Baylen street............$40.00
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00
21 West Romana street....... 17.50
314 E. Strong street............ 17.50
Dwelling near Stoddard's...... 12.50
3161, South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 S. Palafox street.
207 E. Government street.
MONEY.
At the lowest market rates on Im-


proved or vacant ciy property.
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215 South Palafx Street, Pnsacola, Florida. r e LISES AND GRIPS, ull thoroughly
Pho ne 87 206 South Palao. and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's
Phone 8. 06 South Plox. FOR SALE big repair shop. Send them down.
29jly2w
WANTED HELP WANTED FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft, long 2jly2w
I--- WA- For ale. 10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
,, i: northern girl wants WAN'TEIq-" rpericnced medicine -speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber tuning and repairing. Guarantee
., -neral housework or as salesman for West Florida and IOR SALE.-Piotoscope for sale at gasoline engine In good order; wil;lsatisfaction. 17 years experience. J.
. u: vant. Apply 1118 W.i South Alabama; salary or commission; bargain price. A gr se money- seat 40 passengers sell at sacrifice t orad Scott, 244 E. Gregory. 28jullm*
S .,'-L:: street. laulw* Lest line on the market. Cash Broth. maker. Owne.' leaving country. Ap- taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.
ers Drug Oo., Birmingham, Ala. ply H.-V. Garland, Hospital, Ft. Bar- Government St. 15auglm RImGULAt MKAIL Ul --Good conv.
'--\ Horse to use for light 1aulw* R.- r rancas. 3aug.w R SS and 7 room house. pblic.Day set
MI. k O. Clothing StorA WANTED.-A young man to do bill- GROW GINSENG. Large profits.! Lot 60x100; city water. Titles per- seach Y. Frm ChplIey toB
... ing; must write a good hand and be Room in your garden. Roots for sale. fert; $3200.00. J. N. Andrews, 7 N. be- A Taggle, Chipley,
236. 15aug. ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesvllle, O.
\:TET) TO BUY '-ond-hand safe, i 1au m os g G FOR SAIE.--A good paying business' A AL ESTATI.
: ..-n :. Addrtiss. fe, care WANTED.-Young man, about 18- g s" I located on Ilalatox St. established RAL M'AT in all parts city.
;.: llaug2w* years old, to work in grocery store.t several years, cash or part cash and Too b t- gound and we wil
S-- o Address in oiu handwriting, stating AUTO-Only run four months. Good balance on easy payments. Address builU yaor oe' on long time py
S. rooms and salary wanted. P. O. Box 164, City. as new. Finest bargain n second- P. O. Box 637. 15auglw* mnst D. Wle WOes. & CO
t :, r :,, .,:,: n:en. Must be 13aoglw* hand machine ever offered. See Dr.
rv.. 'i, once "Per- TPhillips, Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm* TAILORINO"B. L lainond, Tario ,
: .,, oncePer WANTED.-To rent 5 to 7 room! ... N .. at's cID&n aemod, pred anilor.
Ilaugw housr on North Hill with modern FOR SALE OR RENT-New modern LOST Gea s short nolea.e N.res 1
improvements the last of this or first two-story residence, good neighbor-ia et ht ,Pensacola. Pi
S ith $500 or $1000 o next month. Write S., care Box ood Est Hill, near cars. A. C. Bink. LOST-Between Od i Fellows' Hall and Ws P ola
,, -;W'iness., Can make O 11. 13aug.1w* ley. Thiesen building. auglwe 411 East Zarragossa, a gold hat pin.
A.. :res0 M. P. O. Box -- --- initial "S" engraved on same. Re-
llauglw WANTED.-A good middle-aged wo. OR SALFr-Upright Kimball Pianui ward for return to this office. 16aulw* FOR ON DOLLAR AND FIFTY

SA D aNo. Wet erment St. 4auglm night on North Hill. Reward for de"d h ome, coW-S. te. ave orders
,'. Tr D ,ory :o 1 es ;~WnInH rurin. Apply 320 ar for salecheap. Apply 104 WGov- t lat Sun NT he e w daue
;..trv:,v*, y. 2aucw WANTED.-Young muan to clerk at return to Journalr office. 15aug3Lt 1 al lt n Herri
S- Hooon's Pharmacy. Only one FOR SALE-Kill the .Xrms of fever- r n to J t KHe
S :v To buy an extra good' ho wants to leahr the business need order a barrel of slack lime to-day. LOST.-Between passenger depot and
l u PVisacou:. or In Sant apply. 12auglw Phone 367. 4auglm i 213 East Gregory, Friday night, AILMAKER.
,.o,.l. ctp for cash. Ad-: watch fob, engsrhrd "E; R. C." Find-
S s\ otle. !a-:- Esther. I St COOPER W.ANTU---Permanent p ~ -q ower btn e r llrce. .v 4"1 J~ward at "Tar- ;,, .,,-, ----. "
a.:., Fa. 2 lty~m stition for steady reliable white man. FOR SALE--A new r ofice, tr blck-InNo 1 1* ffce dt "a u~.* Q skae-
Must be sober and have good ref,'-ei-j C ty, containing 5 lots, whth lirge Itant, Swi!. cRtoP.ts0ow.a 4 houe
'Ces Address Pensacola Tar and Tu- oak tre s on same. very conveniently LOST.-Signet rig, old gold. initials cots ete. Prie q r aooala Ij
S -The Merchants Transter .entine Co.. Bihemia Fla. 10auglocated to car line, gas and water D. C. B. Word'lls oa inside. Re-' i
-..sa your moving and hauling : ains and aitumed 1WkcellentBeigh- v;ard for retn t'ournaloffice.
a;e guaranteed. T. B. Thor- WANTED-Servant girl at once for borhood. To a quick .urchaser will 12aug.lw*
S! Phone 97L 18junelm. general housework. Apply 318 West sell cheap. Address P. O. Box 529, i
Pelmont stree-. 6auglm* City. laug2w* LOST-Boy of 15. name Altred Ren- --
rlo buy for cash, a fewva- - -.,I frow. Has small scar on chin. Left DR R IBUCKNER,
nercan ationa! Bak WANTED Agens in different urFORSAL-Beautiful lock in New Pensacola July 14, presumably for Bag- CII
r rlce. A ros J J an ti n Flod to h Citye. Tract No. 312. For caSh $60I). dad to go to work. Notify Miss Luln SPECiALIST
.r.. J.LA.. J ,and Lo*k Co.'s Fire and Burglar PronoE
Sl -2m I Safes and Vault Fixtures of every Appy to A. M. McMlllan, Court Houba. Johnson, 625 Heinberg St., Pensacola. EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
description. Write me for term. lau lauglm Oice 7/a t?. Palafox St.
k'\ Yur electric work of all Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor- Offlc Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.
S clean your tans re- ida State Agent. 2Sune. GO TO TURTON tor all sites Alma. Money to Loan.
: : :.. do your wiring. etc. Cameras loaded and unloaded free -
:. ola Electric Co, Any Intelligent person may earn a of charge. He makes best photo- 0000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. n PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
. L :. ,.: i. and Baylen streets good income corresponding for news- graphic ia te sout. 32 years a lead.-0, for loa a 8 per ce. l -
ljunelm. papers; no canvassing; 'experience tr. UJa. terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley. Attorneyat,-Law,
unnecessary. Send for particulars. 12aug4t.
S.:V.A: I I received another Northern Press Syndicate, LockportJ1INE STAVES AND HEADINGS Room 405 Thiesn Building.
.v:pm:" ,: ; r-:ed pure olive otl, N. Y. 13June3m ale Standard sizes. P rompt hip- DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
"ale. Standard si.^ s ^ Prompw s^*iwhip- ^ h
e re:,, C 'a-ons. half gallons' -nnm t.* T. J. Whitted, onifay, Fla. amounts from $500.00 up? We have
.4. .-&.*r> Fo9r 22J ylm* i $0,00.00 to loan at 7 and 8 pe cent. OS. P rLE ,
V.L For T .oSaf le interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
., kA1b. "r: ~ ug. Let The Journal FOR ALL&--Scda fountain, stock of FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- MO;NiY TO LitNi--Oa good real e COLLECTIONS
uld Berkshi,'e herd toar, Duke of' lotes eutor/ eslle oo r, PA OND ROAA
S ceas t n. Le The Journal FOR SAnfectionerisda fountanars, stock o oldBerkshire herd toar, Duke at tate security, or on good collateral. PALAPOX AND ROMANA.
'..n: Ads sul. the problem lor yo. confetlonerles and cigars, locate Florida. No. 68,923. Also some fine at lowest rate. Leslie BrootL PHONE 559.
: : are txper- detectives. and can on Palafox street. Can be had at bar- young pigs. 1 six-montas-old boar, all Fisher building. I lg
::e man yo* o are looking for it gain if purchased at once. Apply E.s registered and transferred. Carl Set-
.1~ c.uedJ ia the 2;,0Ou or 30,000 cambia Realty Co. 15aug. terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18jly MONEY ,OAN on y any d a P SOK
; i t:.: makes the population oC I las ot pereoal property. para bl *,
' ., a. FOR SALE.-Car load of fine Ten-. kinly o 7mont. W"eay oy. n Atbyag S florat Law
nessee horse. Can be seen at Pou's WALL TINTS by experts; results ely o moet W I n Atton. y.dC OumWillatc, Law
1 AN TUD-Hauking and traatfr stable. McMillan & Turton. 15aug. guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone overnmet ll 10 at Gover ent Street
Government stf Mallsbury building 1063Eatt Governibnt Street.
or-k OMce phone 363. Residence .48. Iulymi omdeo Geeeral"l4 Practice.
: -e ?90. AcOta & White, 22-28 N FOR TRADE.-Thirty acres of lan,l. m
T-ona. 25ich 7 miles northwest of city, near FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine MONEr LOA)~ U oa good rea .
hard road, for property on East Hill. y mules, sound and in god at security I sany anmouaL G
.N\ 7-or-e rs for The JoarnT i Address W. P. B., care Journal. condition. Also one 2-horse Stud- Ialo WUson & Co.
c;r. Penwcola and Psaama Canal; 15auglw baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. June. ag2 ATTORN3Y- T-LAW.
pu n. which will sbwtly appear.! % R ReSm 500 Thleen B'ld. Phone 734,
.1. cnt.a tf-tone pictures of city FOR SALE-Good paying grocery, MONEY LOANED on ail kinds of per.
ta-t- ard -pe!ial scenes. 15 cents heap rent store, living rooms in FOR SALE--One'Choice block on top sonal property on short notc4.
L..:e orders at Journal office. connection. Store doing good casa of tre ridge east of the electric Terms easy.. JW. Bullard. opstairs W ELS H &, ITH
u- --iness. Household furniture also railway, between th and 8th streets, g2 South Palafox St., Phone 1144 W hiLS II M,
~ANTDD--Secona-hand Coa, Oat izor sale. Reasons for selling, am lear- Nature has favored this secUo and it 6nov
aLj ootton seed meal escka. Out o n city on account of sickness. Tele- cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. o .
"o1r Sh&mbIts oilc~to4. a W* S phone 1064. llauglwo mOf y to lol Fiaher ill Sout P
SMellon& Aolicited. W phone 104. 1isalw* CHICKEN WHEAT produced ogS on as kinds of ersomal proprtyFiher uldn south Palaox
F. archm SALE-3 Barber Chairs to- sale. I Makes fowls especially well flavored. t eclal rates to business Ina on large Street
A I. BINGRAM wants your movtag 609 S. Palafox St. lauglm* j The cheapest food to be found. F. loans. The New York Loan Co, 204% PHONE 1 25.
.LJ hauling. He guartees bra FOR SALE-S th ha< block 211,Me.len & Co, Phone 33. loct South Palate. .
SPhone 690. fronting 0 h feet. n 11th street by..rLL
137-% feet on Bay View Park; also FOR StLo--An a ,crico.u Int WE Sh at1 1 .
.. -- AN FURNTURE, Hous south half of block 212, fronting 400 te stock and C t 402 S. PALAFOX 8T.
rtes,Jewery and any sale on 14th St.by37 feet on Bay1140 Intendencla. SU gONY TO LOAN ON DIAMOND
..t Arte wanted. We payca"view Park- The onlyS property adjoin. Watches, Chains, ing and all kinds Rooa a 8l, nremtt 'tI Sg. Phone. 86.
::Addre P. O. Box e.It Ct.Jing Bay View Park that s now fori -o oolati l seMnrity at lowest rate of
:cr- F OR"RENT rest. fiaaTEI$nrde^
sle. The besitful view down the OR RENT interest Baralas in unredeemed
'IE bayou and down the bay can never be pled
E RETAL BUSlINES is o I obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jly. FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar to loan, in amounts of A
: .tey and your bas w wi den St. 13auglw* 10i000 $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 J1
&cae.ful tue19rd D. Tl.e WV |Ra BLlo-ntOe sre or ri per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson
'lot, 3 blocks tre alo0. lot 9 OR RENT-Lorralne House, corner, Co. 6
192 oan F ar Hayne and Belmoiit street3. App Olya w H C iint of townR
-,- c.s qw uoi,. 3th to be ab4
Oad a@Md ROOm San dadCe W. S. Garfield. 12jul CREW NOTICE.
FOR RENT-Office roim with show' Neither the captain. wn" Juy --th tou
Si, 'r unfurnish.ed room St te In ect dti. Will 1winndow. Apply t 34 S Palaf. ers or consgneesly be ab-
31 P l or, er tIa. A rel bargain. Can 19lylmo Nor. Bk. Trnry Cross ill sentt Au ust
beseenat James Mclghs 22m6 be responsible for debt: 5i IlI IU US
be een at aFOR RENT-New five-room cottage contracted by the crew of
* -NT-PNice y fun ;shed rooms, DO YCj want to hra or sell anythla t on car line, corner 1th street and said vessel. 2Nnt.
S.ie phone anu bath. Large A Ulittle wat ad will brtag woaderftl 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Phota N.. E.LAUSEN,
w:tti ay- window. l N. alt. The cast is too tsignceemt gallery. 12jUly sO. STATES LBR. CO., Capt. __ ",-
P. on C_ 2 rines. 2auglm* to delay. Consignees.
-- POR -RNT.E-Residence lately oa L C -l -LLI S M.D
w4*l fnd The Jourau Wined for Fire an Burglar roof Safes and IARU3 sreet. Appl to 3 K Cavy, KUD IRIGHT & CO Q2s S.. PEibI Blaou
nzwnbcture- by A4pone_ 8ae aan.
L, !'OTEL-Ope night aod s. ntft Oy FOR RiENT-aTwenty-room ~ue, b o Manufacturers 3of= to 1 1 ., an
-"p an oom r CoUiC t wi o th me or prices a netr Brracks and aa stre and Dealers in -
.t .ieit trde ee e Ber s beSutre bbfylaurg f i- bo rih, ao. Aply LUMBER. L AHIE PAWED 4,PRES t.
"." o. t Hr e.tto---- .. ?. i rsK Moreo 8DRIED API -
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DIRECTORY

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


Pensacola Ldage No. 3, L of Pa ,
meets every Monday evening at 8:00
o'clock at their CasUe Hall, Blount
Watson buildi-g, corner Palafox and
Garden street Vislting brethan Wou
dially welcomed.
J. H. BREWTON, C. C.
R. HORSLE. K. of R. & .

Rathbone Lodgel No
0 0 K. of P., meoe every
Tl~qrsday evening at 8:00
o'clQck In their Caut,
ha.L, third floor, Blount-
'Weto building south.
wet corner Palator. and
Garden streets Visiting knight are
cordially we;coned.
B. B CERUTI, .
C. J. Levy, K. of B. &

Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of, Columbus
are held at their hal 1
No. 8 West Intenden-
cia street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An. is.
vitation is extended
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B. JONES.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight.
Recorder.

Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L O. O. .
Pensacola lodge No. 4, I.. O. ,
meets every Thursday eAening at 7:?8
at the new haif on West Garia
street. Visiting brethren cordia'ly
nvinted. T. G. STINSON,
B. R. WITKOVSI.K, secretary.
REBEKAH S!STERL
Naomi Iodge No. 10, Rebekah 9S1
ters ceets every Monday night a:
8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. Ha1. V|i.
Citing sisters cordially invited to .e
present. MISS NEITA M. ELLIOTT.
MISS MAMIE FRSEMAN, Secretary.
W.O.W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rE
Wednesday in each month. Visiting
soverelgns cordially invited.
F. A. BOGHICH C. .
LVESLE B. BROOKo, Clerk.

Oak Grove, Lodge No. 4, Woodmen's
Circle, meets every Thursday at 8 p
B: Visiting sovereign cordially invlt
e. MlRS. M. a OLSEN,
LILLIU BRANUM, guardian.
Clerk.

M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first anC
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Raford Hall, No. 10 West Inten.!
dencia Street.
G. 0.-0EL.pres,
j. L. SWE.ENNY. bCE.

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. Thorsen, Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NlWMT.
PHONE 978.
P. 0. COX, 7.
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DAILY SCHEDULE
Por Steam OVision
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL;
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leav.P Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35am
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:5Opm
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pm
*8:10pm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:509m
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas fe
Pensacola at-
8:00am ar Pensacola 3:40p=
11t:0am ar Pensacola 11:40an
2:00pm aR Pensacola 2:40pa
5:15pm ar Pensaooum 5:665p
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:4pa
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Electric car will leave Pensaco!s
every hour from 6 X. m. to 10 p. m.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with tCe
exception of the first car leaving Pea-
sacola at 6 a. m.' which will, on re-
turning, leave the IBig Bayou at 86:2
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car willleave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above is the week day saWdun e
'which will begin Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pendacola at
7. 8, 8:60, 9:50, 10:60, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50. 1:50. 2:50. 3:50. 4:50, 5:50, 6:50.
8, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
,the Big Bayou, and immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trala
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electric
car schedule and w!:l work in conneo.
tion with it-


Pensacola, St. Andrews and

Gulf Steamship Ce.
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, M;ter.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
DREWS, MILLVILLE
And all points on St. Andrews ay,
Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 6
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andiews, Millilie, Ape
lachicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
points.
For additional info-mation apply a
J. R. SAUNDRU.
E. I. COBB, Preide"L
Gen. Frt and Pass. Ag;.
Pensacola, Fl.
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Gr.OX.A.AS
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS
M. r. GONZALus A CO, Pop
CHOICE MEAL AND PURB GROUND
STOCK FED.
Bay your Neal ad tock fees tib
the home 'a"'afut, r.rgw THROUGH SERVIC




oeQTTRXU, ot inV
hore Im wtry.-efrl i^S t a ^ -1.
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L.S. BROWN & Co

200 Theisen Bld'g.
4 lots W. LaRua fronting on car
ine. ..... .. ..........$450.
906 W. Belmout south front, 3 room
(pod repair.. .. . .. ..5.. 00.
3 rooms and lAl. new; 3 lots, cor-
ner West end; bargain.. .. ....$800.
242 E. Chase St., good home or in-
vestment........ .... .... 1100.
Home on Bayou, 5 minutes of elec-
tric car, wharf and boats; 6 rooms,
newly papered and painted; fine
chance to get good home cheap $1550.
2 houses, one new, other recently
repaired, rent $15.00 per month, East
Gregory St.. .......... ..$1400.
2 houses East Wright, 4 rooms and
6i rooms, good repair.. .... ..$2300.
$10,000.00 to loan in small or large
.mounts.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.


L.S. BROWN& Co

200 Theisen Bld'g
"WE SEBLL BLOTS"


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TO LOAN.
We have $10,000.90 which we can loan n amounts fir
$5000.00 up, at 7 and 8 pr w nt,, according to size of loan.

FOR SALE
One story dwelling on corner lot on Fast .HUl, rents at
$96.00 per yer ........................................$ 600.00
Two dwellings on large corner lot North Hayne street, rent
at $IS5.00 a yea- ...... ..... .... .... ........ $ 750.00
Desirable piece of Water Front property, lot 365 by 160, includ-
ing wharf charter. If sold at once .............. ....8000.00
Two dwellings on West Zarragossa street, good renters.. ..$1250.00
70 acres ow lahd near Powelton, Fla., convenient to railroad..$ 250.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion ................................ .. ............41200.00
Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100, near Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once ......$6000.00

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

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


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REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE


4 room house, rents$7.00......... 600
: houses, renting )10.90......... 800
Neat cottage, near Palarox..... 2350
2 houses, renting monthly.
$1.00 .................... 1600 00
5-room cottage. ast. Hill
(New) ................... 1500 00
3-room cottage E. Romana ... 850 00
4 houses renting monthly 1
$23.50 .................... 1850 00!
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................... 1750 00 i
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00!
4-room house, W. Romana.... $ 850 00;
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Colected.. Money Loaned.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
204/ 8. Palafox, Fisher Building

Miscellaneous
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The "Old



Reliable"

.e private shopping place
best dressed men of Pen-
ia'.a and surrounding country.
:,,r-ge numbers of people visit
.. r store because it is one of
: .e places of interest in the
ity. Large numbers buy here
daily because the things they
-want are always to be founi
here. They are always reason-
able, always reliable, and be-
cause the prices are never other
itthan reasonable. The service
;is prompt and trustworthy Let
'u suit you with summer Suits,
*Aft you out with Snoes, Hats,
-Underwear and--a dollar's worth
for a dollar.



John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205.207 S. Palafo
Phone 225.


McMlllan, N. C. Nobles, R. -.
Reese, R. P. Richards, W. M.
Delis, J. F. Turner. Geo. J.
Barclay, B. L. Cobqrge, H. J.
Lek ( Stephen
Picnic, Dance .cin
B adding to the lists of persons
and qualftle' to vote in Precinct 13, the
following names:
Country Fair Andrews, S. D Carter, J. T.
Smith. Nick Beache. B. F..
Me ric Par, Friday, A t IS. d Ia R, J. E. Donald, Robt.
Dougherty, J. B. Gleco, Geo.
Under the Auspices of Lappington, Geo. L. Pfeiffer E.
hPoliso, Nick "Sullivan. Dernard
ISmith, F. R. Gontales, Manuel
LIST OF SPORTS. Precinct 14.
Foot Races foi Boys and Girls, Sack By adding to the lists of persons
Race. Climbing Greasy Pole, Cracker- quaifled to vote n Precinct 14, e
Eating Contest, Most Popular Lady blowing name:
and Gentleman on Grounds, Best Lady Gnderneir B. L.
and Gentleman Dancers, Skating Rinkl Gund mer &. Slocumb. Geo. J.
(best skater.) King, VW. T. Ryan, J. F.
Peanut Hunt for Children. Williams, W. I SchAd, C. F.
Finder of Golden Peanut, prize; i Potter, W. W. Mabson, C. F.
.fnder of most peanuts, prize; pea- Riera, W. H. Ziogler, L. F.
nut noody, prize. Croes, lSeeuel Johnson, J. M.
Sports begin promptly at 2:30 Precinct 15.
o'clock. By adding to the lists of persons
Refreshments of all kinds will be qualied to vote in Precinct 15, the
served at city prices. Music by Bar-1 following names:
rios's Orchestra.Par, eaac I Iowe, Geo. W.
Admission, 25c; Children Under 121 Latimore, Geo. Mlfosd, John
Years, Free. Stewart, Jeff Mayer, Lep
Electric cars every 30 minutes. Late fimith. Geo. -. Rosenau, Sam
dummy to the Navy Yard. The com- Chlpmfl, H. P. Kramer, Frank
mittee reserves the right to refuse ad- Collins, Get< W. Brown, H. W.
icssion to objectionable parties. Henderon, .W D., Jr.


LAUNCH STEPHEN


WY WAOW L M


Open to charter by private parties
for fshing trips, bathing, or other
asmmer recreation.


Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
prize captures.


Has full canopy and is
portable boat in the bay.


most comn-


MAX KLEIN, . OWNER.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
PHONES, 358 and 1070.


CAPTAIN

BERNIE EDUNDSON'S
LAUNCHES

CUPID, ROBT. L. E, NANCY AND
EDNA S.

an be chartered by the hour, day or
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Utea-
sUa furnished if desired.
PHONE 204.

T-., I fE B ss=
OWNER.



GULF CITY


Cleaning & Dye

Works
,iEm-fmiUIP RATES $1M PER
MONTH.
-ea M Oe t's CtlotMic agse
S *- repaired. Goods cale tor
--aLL FINCH, PROMPT&
141 U. Bevemonel Uag
g. Fs. t6saine, P6.


BOND ELECTION, VOTWIG
PlACES AND CLERKS
AND INSPeOTORS.
Fbr the purpose of conducting the
Bond lectlon the following voting
places are hereby designated, and the
following tlspectors and clerks are
hereby electedd and appointed to
serve at such :Bpnd pIection to be
held on the 22nd day of August, 1905:
Precinct No. 12-Voting place, north-
east corner of Intendencia and Alcaniz
streets.
Precinct No. 13-Voting place, north-
east corner of Palafox and Garden
streets, Wills & DrouZhton's marble
yard. ,
Precin" No. 14-Voting place, south
west corner of Palafox and Romana
streets. rear of Morrison's store.
Precinct No 15-Voting pace, south-
east corner of Intendencia and De-
Vi.liers streets, No. 331 W. Intender.-
cia street.


Inspectors and Clerks.
Precinct No. 12-L. D. Marzont, in-
spec'or; P. P. Bingham. inspector; R.
I'. Reese, inspector; Jas. T. Jerald-;,
clerk.
Precinct No. 13-L. E. Brooks, in-
spector; J. E. Wolfc, inspector; Tho.-.
Kent, inspector; W. C. Mac:c.V, clerk
Prcinct No. 14-F. E. Brawner, ii,
sIpector; L. S. Brown. inspector; C. M.
Ccston, inspector; Sam Pasco, clerk.
Precinct No. IS-J. E. Abercrombile
irspector; W. A. Dunham, inspector;
T. iS. Caro, inspector; F. M. Whiting.
clerk.
AOoptcd by the City Council at a
special meeting, August 15, 1905.
CHAS.'H. DLJS6,
Mayor of Pensacola.
Attest--
B. S. BERWARD. Clerk.
Asthma Suffergrs Should Know Thie.
Foley's Honey and Tar.has cured
maPy cases of asthma that were-oon-
sdeed hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
tng, 701 West Thrd Skeet, Davenport,
Iows, writes: "Aeevere cold cotrated
twelve ymars age wa neglected until it
finally grew into asthma. The best
medical SjHkavailable could not give
me more than tepowary reJlet. Foley's
Hooey and Tar w a recommendedand
one ffty-cent bottle estirely cured me
of asthna which had *een growing on
me for twelve pears, atd it I had taken
it at the start I would have bee3
saved yeas of suffering" W. A.
D'Alemberte dragglet and apothecary.

MARINE BOILER FOR

SALE
One secoadad Clyde Marione Boll.-
er, 44 ft. o diameter, M ft. long, with
Ifty-a ft. tla, ds of furnace
Sft, eatl Itrce 1ll square ft.
Price lUJM here. Address, The
CyPrems OLbrr00pazy, Apalachi-


jo ft'VA
Ohtems als ******=wt


engrossing committee and will prob-
ably come up for fanal paeIn to-
right.
An ordinance granting to the wis
Bear Company privilege to b~ld a
spur track aloauide tlir. war eouse
on Jefferson sitet come up nd was
I-ut on the third readig and peaed.
City Clerk's Be L
The bond of the new City elerk, C.
E. Merritt, in the sam of $1000.00,
with J. S. Reese and Rix M. Robin-
son as sureties, was reaItd referred
to the Finance ComUttee and the
City Attorney. This will alo prob-
ably be reported on toniagt. Mr. Msr-
ritt waq in the council, seated with
Clerk Bernard, who wil hAMld' the of-
fice until Mr. Merritt's ~oad has been
passed on by the attorney abd ap
proved by the Finance Oommittee.
A. K. John un put i a petition astk
ing for a refund of $700) which he
claimed he overpaid on a license. The
matter was rdqerred to the Flntace
Committee.
Ordinances Introgeed.
An ordinance providing for the tax.
atlon of--dogs,.. aaothlr manil the
City Physician th Citg Helth Dffer
and a member b6^the ard, of" health
at a'salary of 50.00 per pmoth, and
another providing for the, placih ot
proper guards and inuulatol o, alI
wire charge with .elect .Cty -were
Introduced aond referred to the Fran-
chise Committee.
The Council then adlo d to meet
again tonight'at 7 o'clock-
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mnmended by Analysists and
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be persuaded to take any

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LIST WAS IN SPECIAL


RElSED SES51B


City Conil mAdds mber of Great Deal of usi s Disposed
Nlanes to Lst of ualified of Last Night-notber
YVoes. Meeting To-Rikt.

The following notice is Issued by A special meeting ,fr te Counncil
Sthe Otty Council: was held last night for the purple of
NO'ICE. approving the list of names of the
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by qualified voters. hr the.city bond elec-
the City Councl, at a meeting heid, tion to be held on August 22, 1005.
August 15, 1905, notice is herby given .'he list and report of the register was
that the lits of electors qua!ifled to vote,
in the city bond election to be held received, and a number. o names' add-
on August 22, 1905, as the same; i and taken from the list. these
has been prepared and submitted by : re published elsewhere in The Jour-
Geo. 8. Hallmark, register, for the nal this morning.
approval of the council, will be; A appropriation of $250.00 was
changed by ato'ing thereto and strik- a i .
i ing therefrom the following names, to- esked for in order to defray the ex-
wit: penses of the election, and also an
Precinct 12. appropriation of $100.00 as compenma-
By striking from the list of persons tion for the Register. The matter
qualified to vote in Precinct 12, the was referred to the finance commit-
following names: tee.
Schad. C. The Jim Crow Ordinance.
By adding to the list qf person! The ordinance on the separtbon of
qualified to vote in Precinct 12, the the white and colored passengers on
following names: street cars was read for the second
Bartlos, S. Johnson, Arthur C. time and referred to the ordinanee and


TALKING MWHIE S
....FOR...

SUMMER DATS
But more especially for
summer evenings. Por
all around pleasure-going
there's nothing like a
talking machine.
GET ONE TO-DAYI
Plenty of nice records.


COME'S BOOK STORE,
S 235 S. Palafox St.
123 Phocec




TURPENTINE STILLS.
McMillan Bros. Co.
Manufacturers,
MOBILE, ALABAMA.


MARKETS

Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 16.-The naval
stores market closed to-day as tol-
lows:
WW ...................... 5 15
WG 4 85
Nw ......................... 4 45
N .. .4 45
M ......................... 425
K ..........................4 15
I ..................4 12% to 4 15
I ..................4 10 to 4 15
: ...................$4 05 to 4 10
...................33 96 to 4 00
B ...................3 85 to 3 90
D ....................3 45 to 3 50
C .....................3 30 to 3 40
Spirits Turpentine, 60% cents.

EGYPTIAN COTTON CIOP
WILL BE REECORD-BREAKER.
Nw York, Aug. 15.-The Herald's
Eayptian edition publishes the follow-
in from its correspondent at Alexan-
"'Egypt's official report of the Nile
flood states that the river is very late
and low. A bad Nile has been de-
clared.
"At Assouan the gauge is three
metres below the thirty years' aver-
age.
"Cotton, the crop of which has been
saved by the Assouan reservoir, is
expected to be a recprd-breaker. The
cotton worm is practically extirpated.
The rice crop has suffered in many
places. The S'ran- cpop is late.
"Irrigation 6d the 4el j$s assured
by barrages. In upper Egypt the
croes, are doubtful s large areas
must remafL. prirt AeI."

SUNDAY WEDDING

AT OLIVE STATION

MR. WILLIS MAJORS AND MISS
KATIE CHORON HAPPILY
MARRIED.


The name bookworm is made to cov-
e an army of little creatures of various
Olive, Aug. 15.-Mr. Willis Majors sizes, shapes and kinds which can be
of this place and Miss Katie Choron,, fond in books. Really no one of them
of Muscogee, were unitel in holy bonds ,s a worm, though perhaps the flsh
of matrimony on Sunday night, Aug. moth and silver flsh come nearer to
13th, at the oride's home, near M+us- It than any of the others The are
cogee. t than any of the others. There are
The bride was beautifully dressed the book scorpions and mites, which
wearing a wreath of beautiful flowers, are not insects, but are primarily car-
The bridemaidla were: Miss Lizzie nivorous. Their presence in books may
Merritt and Miss Ola Majors, of thi- be due to the fact that they find there
place. The groomsman were Mr. Tay- animal as well as vegetable food. This
ior Majors, of this place, and Mr. Wi- is certainly true of the scorpions, which
ley Choron, of Muscogee. t eed on mites, book lice and other
The bridesmaids were beautifully small insects. The book lice, cock-
dressed in whitE, forming a real plc- roach, silver fish and fish moth can have
er t no reason for infesting books except
Afer the ceremony a delicious sup hei liking for farinaceous substance
IEr was served and enjoyed by all. their liking for arinaeou substances
Mr. Taylor Majors an d Mrs. B. M-- such as are used in and about the
Call presided at the organ, rendering labels and bindings of books. The
some very fin, music. damage done by them is largely confln-
Mr. and Mrs Majors will make ed to the exterior or Interior of the
.their future home at this place near bindings themselves. The white ants
Olive. feed principally on wood, and in and
Mr. Jim Majors has been on the about books there is more or less wood
sick list for the last few days, but fiber which is to the liking of these
is able to be out. voracious feeders. The moths and
The members of the Olive Baptt.t beetles are the borers and burrowers.
church are requested to be present They seek retired places to lay their
Wednesday night, August 16th for ~skretie larvae w ohe plenty
the purpose of electing a pastor and whe the larae will hae plenty
superintendent for the next year. of foqd at hand when hatched. They
will sometimes tunnel from one cover
to the other.-New York Herald.
Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham.
Berlain's Colic, Cholera and
DBiarrhoea Reredy d MONARCHY IS RAIMENT.
Tb.s fact is well known to druggists .. i t Pow.- Tat Ovea
ever where, and nine out of ten will the ow Tman nee.
givro heir customers this preparation ? ..
wh< nI the best is aske4 for. Mr. Obe There is no power without clothes. It
'vi.er, a p mminent drueglist of Jop is the power that governs the human
-l.n, Mo., in a circular to his customers, rate. Strip its chiefs to the skin, and
says: "There is nothing on the market no state could be governed; naked of-
in the way of patent medicines which delals could exercise no authority; they
equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera would look (and be) like everybody
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com- else-commonplace. inconsequential. A
plaints. We sell and recommend this policemta In plain clothes is one man;
preparation." For sale by all drug- in his uniform he is ten. Cloth and
dists. title are he most potent thing, the
most formidable influence, t the earth.
BANKRUPI T SALE I They move the human race to willing
DBAlllN ri I /ALTaL nd ntaneous respect for the judge,
the general, the admiral, the bishop,
SOn Tuesday, August 22, the balance the abs w, the frivolos earl, the
of the bankrupt stock of Peter Delano let d4ke* the sultan. the king. the
will be sold at auction at 607 So. Pal- emperw. No great title I efficent
afox St. without clothee to support it. I naked
C. F. MABBON, Receiver. tribe o savages the kings wear some
1iauglw kind of rag or decoration which they
makee tcred to themselves and allow
CREW NOTICE. so ome elm to wear. The king of the
Neither the captain, owe- grit Fan trtbe wears a bit of leopard
ers or cons' ees io the. *sn ian h sr -lder-,t Is sacred to
Port, Bk. Santa Barbara.. t fnofh sp--
will be responsible fqr gakedy. thurt o him it plerectly
debts contracted by the' L Wthot ia bit of eord kin
etew of mid esseL Is t e ad Impaes the people he
MIGOUL M149 gA H. BbaSa & C., Captain. &C w, n* Tw 1 M th A skm ax
e 're ..--.


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SHImWIN ILWS
Arrived.
August Belmont, Br as, Barnes.
2967, Tampico to Gulf T. Co.
Ernesto, Span as, O.acchea, 1691,i
Gulfport to F. 0. Howe & Co. I
Simonside, Br ss, Iobson, 1958,
Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co. i
Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399,
Cork to master.
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia,
6833, Oporto to H. Baarsf & Co.
Sailed.
Gracia, Span ss, for Liverpool.
Blswick Park. Br as, for London.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Stoemshlp.
Blakemoor, Br se, Bruhn. 2408,
Spezia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Bruno Menzell, Ger se, Frederick-
sen, New Orloans to the W. S. Keyser,
Co.
Cartha, Br s, Johnson, 541, la.'
vana to Export Lumber Co.
Dulcle, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. Moritt & Co.
Gustav Adolph, Swe ss, Sjober,
1480, .y.1roe to H. Baars & Co.
Hermine, Aust ss, Hreglich, 2614,'
Port Tampa io Gulf Transit Company.
Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen. 1263.,
Pomaroii to oro'er.
Nokomis, Am sch, Sperry, 245, Car-
denas to order.
Pensacola, Am as, O'Leary, 1086,:|
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. '
Queenswood. Br ss, Neville, 1694,
Philadelph!a to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Simoside, Br ss, Robson, 1856, Sun-
derland to Rix M. Robinson.
Soperga, Ital as, Gustavino, Balti-
more to Gulf Transit Co.
Tapton, Br ss, Sanderson, 2300,
Tcnerelffe to J. A. Merritt & Co
Telesfora, Span ss Bengos, 291'. |
Liverpool to Pensa3ola Lumber Co.
Viscaina, Br ss, McArthur, 140,
Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co.
Bars'...
Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, Lon-
don to order.
Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
Co.
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Correia,
632, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Thomas. Itsa bk, Garro. 80, to C. B.
Cahero.
ero. enooners.
Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
i66, Belize to master.
HJslmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co. j
Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388,
Boston to order.
Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
timore to master.
Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
663, New York to order.
Ships.
Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
RATHBORNE SISTERS WILL
GIVE PICNIC FRIDAY.
Magnolia Temple, No. 4, Rathbone
Sisters, will give a picnic, dance and
country fair at Electric Park, Friday,
Aug. 18, and the event promises to be
a very unique and interesting occa-
sion.
Half the Ills that man is heir to
come from iipgestlon.. Burdock
Blood Biters strengthens and tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im-
possible.
BOOKWORMS.
They Ae Not Worm. at All, but Vwye
uIdustriow Inseete.


CORDIALITY.


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





SWE ARE GROWING BIGGER I
HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A

Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER POR BUILDING MA.
TRIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY
UNPACKING A
CAR LOAD OF PAINT
and want your business. Prompt attention to all mail
order. i

Saunders Mill Company

Pensacola. Phone 717. Florida.





I On the Outskirts I


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 ron'
have it apply on an outskirtt
home. We will sell you one on
easy payments. Wife will bh
pleased, the children healthier.
and you'll live longer yoursiif.


McDVAID-HYER COMPANY,
AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
7 SOJTH PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE 700.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


Order 1Toxar
ICE, COAL and WOOD
ofroma thae
Consumers' l o and FIuel Company.
Ofice-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. f


*Milltil Lilitil i< ltl(llIlll tliittlmlll tf llll iiiH ,iitlil liIIlll iim iiiini-

I HE USE OF GAS FOR COOKING


IS SAFE. CLEAN AND ECONOMIC it L
SI


LET US INSTALL A FINE "ECLIPSE"
GAS RANGE TO-DAY.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.


27 Eas Ct Gar Street.


I .-u-. 2UIar~ahr~flml&)Li.trffJA s

fc~-cl~~i ls : 11' frat Ads.


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Phone 143.


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Suppose You Should Die?
HAVE YOU MADE PROPER PREPARATION FOR
THE CARE OF YOUR FAMILY? THERE 1M NO
BETTER WAY THAN BY

A Policy in THE EQUITABLE

F : Knowles Bros. enl Ag.






The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate, and higher
tMterest rate tban may company doing binslaes in Florida
It should be meay for yo to decide the ret


El &. WHllam General Agent I


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Iron Works and Supply Co. I
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or 2ight. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dog, also
Chains of all descriptions.
Offe Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.
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