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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY MORN[ING. ATTITST. 19051
A M -- I-- A -&-JA% -7 A-.q a *.%.Ai A Y J5JA% .LL -
IVI'. V ILL.
OllY FOUR LAST CARS -
BTHSAGAIN PEUCE ENJOYS
YESTERDAY ARE PLAYING
Silgt Increasei bar s as s T lem Get Stbrm and -
,sult of Systeta k- hither sh* an Inckn in. .
,stigrmi. enmiuityr P positiM.
MISSISSIPPI CITY LIMIT NAVAL POWER
qas Eieven Cases and Is hatis What Jqap Preses for
R4g4ly Quarantild. Ismia in Far East
SE.:EVED THAT FEVER IN PRES- CONFiJERGE FAIL TO REACH AN
A', FORM IS NOT GREATLY TO AGREEMENT AND ADJOURN
BE rEARED, BUT CAMPAIGN OF TILL TO-AY-THEY ARE IN
EXTERVINATION CONTINUE. 0000 HUMOR 'AND TAKE THE
VL Tn UNABATED VIGOR. SITUATION PH1LOSOHICALLY
AWD WITH BEST OF FEEUNG.
By Associated Pres.
o' By Assciated Pre.
N -ians. Aug 17 -The : Portsmouth, Aug. 17.-The peace
," I fver sk- F plenipotentiaries adjourneo' the morn-
S'. ock this t ing session for luncheon at 1:3u
S. .' o'clock to-day, having spent the entire
,\v ,. 77 r, to date morning in a discussion of article 9.
." which is believed to include the ques-
1 .- :, a 'tion of Japanese reimbursement for
N*,.w ,, :o;urt.. n; total *. the cost of the war. Not being able to
-, .** reach an agreement, the conference
NumbLr c.i- :.: .r treat- *' recorded the divergence of views and
n nt 427. e proceeded to discus the next article.
4 The morning session developed an ab-
: .5,.ke~,~ :.^ -k..-4r e i solute impasse, both sides being ob-
durate. Nether budged an inch.
YVSTEMATIC WORK BRINGS It can be stated positively that the /
ALL CASES TO LIGHT two remaantin articles are in order as
ALL CASES TO LIG follows: Arte eleven provides Mtr
Orleans. Aug 17.--Asid from a limitation a Russia's naval power
SOrleans. A static work ithe 9r st s and article twelve UNCLE SAM-GOH DU141 WHE1 I WUZ A BOY THC WE9M
u fvjtem&sic work of proatidets irrits and at g righa RJAPIDTY AS THEY DO NOWI
". "ttlorities and a fur, ssi,"nsan sIotQ UI yfSltTalvetodk
S loa ph sleian1s .to be the Behrl.g G L
rquesj for a report f every' Te folio.i offiekl t tement of
S a n developed the afternoon se on has bees issued:
S ase todaythe "Article 10 an r 11 were discussed.
be:; lieved 1hat little is F SIN PL ENTY BAS E A L
dn 'on:inue to bt hopeful. Regarding the former the plWnipoten-
";.lieed tha, little s tiarles showed a divergence of opia-
from the fever in itslor: which has not been settled. The
S,. but at the saueme discussion of article eleven Is reerved B y Pro
S n. relaxation of supreme for a later meeting. The conference Ass ed re
n rol the situation. adjourned to tomorrow at 6:30." Amerian League.
E.EVEN CASES FOUND WHAT JAPS WLL. DO Cleveland 1, New York 2.
AT MISSISSIPPI CITY. 1t WAR CO(NTIUES. WK
P National League.
N n. an- Aug 17.-The an- London. Aug. 17.--BAron I aymhi. W O K Philadelphia 4, St. Louis I.
t n ht- ..3- ,'h e ;corery of anest the Japanese minister to Glat Brit- Broklyn Pttsburg 5
.- 'f :e w fever at Mls- aln said to-day: Boston 3, Cincinnati 5.
nwi:ut! h-ee miles of "If the war oontiues, our force will Boon 3, Cncinati 5.
-, *c-,nn o, t the Gulf an. capture Vladivostock and Harbtin, Work ot Stopped Because of ack New k, hcao 0.
and th fa th tthat tuak-ln by force a territory of greater WS h P.
:. '.n in eximence there value than the payments now demand- of oMoe Says Chairmn southern League.
S.T. h "he time whn ed by the Japanese, after which our Atlanta 7 Nashville 3, (first game.)
s w~~%e amade here. army will be entrenched in a line Shont Atlanta 1, Nashville 0, (second
S'-'r.n somewhat the se- f.om ahich it will require treble the game.)
",f 1:4~issF!pPlans of number of the enemy to dislodge us Montgomery 5, Birmingham 1.
: i r. to find the lo- Baron Hayashi said the plenlpaten- B Assoiated Prm. Little Rock-Shreveport, no game
tri er B 'ore it was tiaries of both sides possess full pow- By Associated re-. rain.
:"ac fever here there' 'o conclude peace and that a ra- Washington, D. C. Aug. 17.-A rum-his-New Orleans n
:. r of its eeis- c;i~cn of terms will be only a matter or is current at Panama that work on iseans, no game
,; r .st. -':t the in- o! formality the canal has been stopped on account!
- :. t-. rigR along the of lack of money appropriated for the South Atlantc League.
r ;. ia ;a n :ith A a- ENVOYS ARE PLAYING work. This is denied by the state-j Macon 1, Augusta 5.
P a f; *',-,ral auhor- THEIR LAST CARS NOW. meant of Chairman Shonts when he as-! Columbia 3, Savannah 0.
.' :. t tr.vr a: Mis- sumed the presidency of the canalV Charleston-Jacksonville, postponed,
S- .ireptied. Portsmouth N. H, Aug. 17.-Five commission. In which he said that he~ran.
Come From New Orleans. articles of the possible 'treaty off had planned careful conservation of
:- f' tever first Washington" remained to be consid- what remained of the ten million dol- RON
( arrivalered r hen the peace plenipotentiaries lar appropriation by congress, so as IRON W ORKERS
(,r,.,n .lu;. 2 anr 1 resumed their session at the navy to avoid a stoppage of work until
., :. The fam-n lad been impossible to agree and amount was divided into money al- ON STRIK
e.-: f Carrolon, ahich has been psaed ov-er, indem- lotments and this expenditure has
C, a rrolltn New tt-, limitationupdn Russia's sea been followed carefully, with one ex-
;r .rt Misissippi power, the surrender of the interned ceptto. where an extraordinary ex- AMERICAN BRIDGE CO. IS OBJECT
n'. \ o n cases, warships and the grant of fishing, penditure was necessary. It is be-
: ,rrr i caes rights on the literal of the maritime lived no necessity exists for exercia- OF THEIR ACTION, WHICH
1 a e riou around proinces Remuneration for the cost n the privilege granted the commis-
:." aa n around of the war, it is belwed is numbered lon by congress to issue bonds to WAS OROEREO YES.
". and eer effort the Sst article to come up today. meet expenditures on the canal. TERDAY.
S'.H si:'a: service to confine
-, v:owns on the (Oontinued on Page pFor.) NOTORIOUS NEGRO WOMAN
a" he towns on 8y AGAIN ARRESTED. By Associated Pres.
pIland road have previously reported as infected, show- New York, Aug. 17.-In accordance
L*'e-" :ing the slight spread of the disease.! Rhoda Thomas, a negro woman,who with the orders of the general execu-
%.Lnber of Deaths. A list of 18 suspicious cases reached has been a frequent visitor to the the board of the International Asso-
r..enificant number the Marine Hospital offices after the) municipal court for several years, was clation of Structural Iron Workers
he a past twenty- report closed and were ouder investi- again taken into custody last night, for a national strike against the
*: : where it was ex- nation today. A fne showing was and upon her arrival at the police American Bridge Company, several
1.' t::;i he some in- made by the physicians, 47 of the 66 station created considerable excite- strikes were called yesterday on the
nmaxu:ium figures al- cases being reported from their pri-I meat. 'company's contracts in this city.
S'- a fine impression rate practice. Ten more were re-I The woman was arrested for beink Secretary Green of the local union
r ,:firming the re- yorted by toe emergency hospital. drunk, but the officers believe that she declared that the strike will continue
*i ha- the disease Twenty-two of the cases were in the' was crazed by cocaine. When she ar-, to spread all over the country until a
r. 'y with contact originally infected area. Only five rived at the station she was foaming settlement is reached.
. ..: treatment Of new bfci were above Canal street, at the mouth, and refused to enter a,
S.quaros infected. 12 three adjoining squares already Infect- cell. The resuk was that several per- CZAR RESTORES CHURCH
a dining squares ed sons were called upon to assist in PROPERTY TO ARMENIANS
lockingethe woman up. Her manner BR AsRociaTAd Pre N
and the fact that she was foaming at By Assocated Press.
SFever Case ias the mouth caused those in the station St. Petersburg. Aug. 17.-A Russian
SeVC a se I to seek other places, and it only re- imperial Ukase was issued today re-
quired a few moments to olear the storing to the Armenians their school
ea rS ,^sl ltirf lwvwn- m station of almost al. visitors. and church property in Caucasus.
bm D d B2 klruNAS0'sfgoi Q
&^,' J*i L/Vi^Uy CLL .LM /IAIij 5
SE. associated Prem. yellow fever. The health department
SAug 1-.-A. yellow fever was notMed ad Its a-get reported
a, ud ye.terdr.. in First that he fouad certaa symptomss of
Slyr-. when a doctor sum-, typoid malaria ad had' rave sus-
-nd a pa -itn; found Johnl piooms that his fellow physics were
a laborer. violently ill.i right in their opinl that Murphy
I nimnen, h., said he came has yellow fever. ordered Mar-
.Ls a few week ago. At' ph placed tIn a toolated wart. A
z in hospital Lht phyicia effort will be 4ema S Mad t what
SMurphy had a mild cae at samer bro s t*e m nam
MWER GROIWW WATH
TRYING TO PROVE
Advocates a Maximum and Mini
mum Tariff for This
By Associated Press.
Chicago, Aug. 1T.-The reciprocity
conference called to devise means of
bettering trade relations between the
United States and foreign countries fin-
ished ts work today. It arranged for
a committee to prosecute the plans
of the convention and formed a per-
manant organization styled the Amer-
ican Reciprocity Tariff League. A
committee of fifteen members to be
appointed by the chair was given full
power to promote the work.
Resolutions were adopted advocat-
ing a maximum and minimum tariff
as a means of relieving the situation
with which this country is confront-
ed, and it was suggested that such re-
ciprocal concessions could be arrange
ed by a permanent tariff commission,
to be created by congress and ap-
pointed by the president.
The principal speaker today was Gov
Cummins, of Iowa, who was greeted
with uproarous applause and held the
audience in close attention. Other
prominent speakers also addressed the
CAPT. LYMAN HALL
OF ATLANTA, DEAD
m*iAMYT fM OF WnloO iA WAr00nl
.That Is Line of Defense Which At-
torneys are Attempting to
Establish in Case.
HIS WIFE ON STAND
Evidence is All in and Case May
Go to Jury To-night
ATTORNEYS WILL CONTINUE AR.
GUMENTS THIS mORKN4NQ-SE-
SMILE YESTERDAY AND AIP
PEARED DECIDEDLY NERVOUS
By Ben H. Thomnes
The taidng of testimony In the s
of Wlliam '. W' Haams, charged with
the murder of John White, was com-
pleted at the afternoon season of the
circuit court yesterday and at five
o'clock argument of the attorneys was
On behalf of the state Hbn. C. Mo-
reno Jones argued the eddence In the
case, taking the poetIon that no ver-
dict was permnissabl in view of the
evidence, but that of murder in the
first aiegree-murder of the moat dia-
bolical nature, carefully premeditated
and carried out in the most cold blood-
ed manner imaginable.
Insanity Is the Defense.
Hon. E. C. Marwel, of defense, ad-
mitted the shooting of John White by
defendant, saying there could be no
possible doubt that the deed had been
committed by William Fletcher Wil-
llams, but that the very nature of the
crime wa suoh that no man in his
right mind would have committed it.
His whole argument was based upon
the presumption, which he claimed
was substantiated by the evidence.
thta tt. rMA m ag that of a ma who
dEi talk- d eraad i d, tt re-
_rAM N W L "WansWW x W'"... + ,WW.. +wa1.IM
ui n CYF uffii r w 0 EXPIRETS 14 be, sss' the act.
n N EW YORK SANITARIUM. The *dect of defense was plainly
centered in a hemulean effort to save
Williame from the gallows, but the
&y Assocatd Press. D evidence adduced in support of the
A A IFatd P17. special insanity theory was of the weakest
from Dan ville, New York, announces possible nature, no act that could be
GUARD NO construed as indicating insanity hav-
the dth at a sanitarium there early g been proven and the weght of
today ne Captan Lymn Hall,n pren ing been proven and the weight of
today of Captain Lymn Hall, presi- evidence being greatly -ni favor of a
dent of the Georgia School of Techno- contrary conaitlon.
is army commission on account of an ued
Ha Ordered Out Troops for Pro- injury received at the academy. H Legal Profeselon Interested.
had been connected with the Georgia Throtuhout the trial almost all the
tection of Nero Chared school since 1888. when he accepted attorneys of the city have been pres-
the chair of mathematics. His death ent and have watched the case with
h iwas due to nervous prostration, absorbing Interest. several of them,
I i brought on by overwork He was one when av aclhed after the addourn-
of the leading educators of the south. rent o court last night stated that
By Assoolated Press. they did not see how It wa possible
Jackson, Miss., Aug. 17.-Governor DpCP FC UI i E 1 for the jury, In view of the evidence
Vardaman has been informed this af- IBL SC / E UNt LL produced by the state, to bring in
ternoon that a negro named Horn was other than a verdict of muiter in the
captured between Lumberton and Hat. FROM POOR HOUSE first degree ahd without recommend~.
t'esburg and is now in charge of the to tn for mercy. This verdict wtld
sheriff and a posse. The negro is carry with it the death sentence. One
charged with complicity in the killing or two thought there was some po
of Convict Guard Smith at Hattie* NIECE PERFORMS UNUSUAL ACT shlbity of a disagreement between
burg last week, for which two negroes members of the jury over the question
were lynched. The Governor has IN CARING FOR ONCE RICH of capital punishment, but none be-
been Informed that a mob is forming RELATIVE lived that a majority of the jury
at Hattiesburg to lynch Horn. would unite in recommending defend-
Governor Vardaman has wired Ad- ant to the mercy the meth court. In
jutant General Eriege at Gulfport to their opinion it would be either the
take a detail of troops, take charge of; By Associated Press. death penalty or a disagreement.
Horn, and bring him to Jackson. I New York, Aug. 17.-J. B. Raplee, Jury May Get Case To-Niht.
Adjutant General Erioge with troops an aged broke:. said to have once: It is more than probable that argu-
negro hid in the woods. house after having lived through his' case thea ury will prrorbly be in-
o a lrtne, was r set nd yesterday by a nstruted by Judge Carter and retire
relstyevelrThly dreqswi woman who said she for consideration of the ovide n
CLERK AND $20000 is nece. The woman told the eo time this at of te evde
officials that she had made arrange- t ro.
aBOTH MISSIN(G nornts to keep him for the remainder
BOTH s days. 1THE DETAILS IN FULL
BOTH MISSING of his days .I
"My urcle has no evcuse for being: OF YESTERDAY'S TIWt..
in the poorhouse," said she. "If he: .
EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY EM-. ad taken care of his onev, he could' As upon preceding days no one was
PLOYEE H -A MISTERIOUSLY be living in a mansion on Fifth ave: allowed in the court room until the
nue." i regular hour for the open seesioa
arrived, and when the doors were
SMOB TAKES TEXAS I op.ne there was the usual stampede
RAVISHER FROM SHERIFF for seats within the room, all of whIh
By Associated Press. j were occupied within a few seconds
Chicago. Aug. 17.-Wfalter P. Kraft,' By Associated Press. ,o'ereafter.
the transfer clr of the ultable T ue
the transfer cler of the Equitable is Aug. 1.-Andrew Dim- The jurors, mostly men used to 4eW
Trust Company Is missing and it vidder.s a nesTro, was arrested today -rgic exercise out of doors, are a-
said by the officials of the company idder, a nro was rrete tod arenly beginning to feel the effes
that he has taken about $20,000 In for attempting to assault a young ta close confinement, nearly all of
money. It is asserted that the trust whete girl. A mob took him from the O having been in the jury bos
company will lose nothing as broke herff and was about to lynch hi Monday. They appear hee
0 .+rnee Monday. as appea cheert'.zd,
ers through whom Kraft sold stock when County Jdge Love pleaded with ti.'ver, and are making he bet
will be forced to refund to the comn them to await for full proof. The mob e an ae meak te bes
pany values of stock taken from agreed to wait twenty-four hours and, t e sitr aon. The meals served the
Kraft. The police are looking for returned the negro to jail. The town .... .
, Kraft, but have no clue to his where-5i quiet tonight. (Continued on Page For.)
Sabouts at the present time.
Twelve Were Killed and 24
Injured in Railroad Wreck
By Associated PrA~. seven miles from Portsmouth today. "i
Norfolk, Aug 17.--Ae excursion I Twelve persons were killed and tvw -
train on the Atlantic Coast Line from ty wo were injured The laji 'n
.were brought to the Norfolk sa Por .'ts
Kinston, N. C. to Nortol went through mouth hosgitls. Nearly all .at
an open draw near Brace station, killed and i ajsged wereg nroe. -,f -'
DO YOU WANT A NEW HOUSE, TOO ?
The new neighbor net door probably found the house throg dig
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7. Sa DnoUTI 'lax Dolectwr
Unknown..........Lot ................. 2 Ss S2w
Joha M. QuarrL s....NNW% of SW%............. 2s SSw
.i.h Whte....... 5 acres undivided of Borilla
Grant .................17 3s 1w
emma Dasla......30a scrs undivided of Boril-
a Grant........ ..17 3 1w
Bea. DolphiAs.......20 acres ntlded of Borilla
Grant............ ....17 31w
Htram 8< wans ...~ntt 4 and blk. 7 Van
Kirk's division of 8% of lot
3.... 1......2.... ..1 2I 31w
Isaase M86o.......North puat lot 3, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's divirson ...... ....13 2s 31w
9. L. SImpson.......Lot 8 and 9, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's divrison...... ....13 2s 31w
Mayo and McCurdy..Iot 1 except 10 lots about 10
acres of Van Kirk's div..13 s Uw
Unknown...........N.p4 of NB% except 10 acres
to H. Webster, and 89 acres
to Dora Williams........18 2s 31w
Rachel Simons......Lot 2 and North 350 feet of
lot 1, blk. 18 of Van Kirk's
division of N% of NW% ....19 2s 31w
N. A. Carson........NI1 of SEB%.............8 Is 31w
Samuel McCall.....N% of N% or N% of lots 1, 2,
4............... ..23 Is 31w
Thos.*R. Godfrey....NEB of SEW...............23 1s 31w
Tbos. R. Godfrey....NE% of NE ............... ..2 s 31w
B. H. Joseph........ast 12 acres of S% of S% of
NB1 10x12 chains........26 18 31w
Emma F. Murphy....West 6 acres of N% of S% of
NB%. and west 8 acres of
8% of 8% of NE'I......26s l 31w
C. H. Smith and H.
W. Adams........Lot 15 sub. division of Thos.
English Grant .......... 28
Sadle Boland.......8% or lots 6, 7, 8, ..........30
Unknown .........Lot 2.......... ... ....35
J. W. Hton, Sr.....W% of 8% of SW% of SW%.888
Henry Handrop.....E% of 8% of SW% of SEI%.88
W. IR Ard..........8W*4 of NW%............38
Etta White, Trustee
also Wm. Kirk.....% undivided interest in N% 11
Btta Whfte. Trustee,
also Wi. Ktrk .... undivided .interest In SE .11
R. A. Bon tay.......SW4'..................11
B. L. Anderson.....56 acres of lot 2 not assessed
to others.. .... .... ....16
C. E. Swan.........Lot 26 E of R. R.. .... ....21
R. W. Swan.........Lot 27 ast of R. R.........21
Wi. Garrin.........Iot 4T Dast of R. RI.........21
C. P. Groakopf......Lt 19 E of R. R..... .. ...21
John McHe7......Lot 2 .. ...... ........21
Winoor Hunter, also
L, Boley........... acres, 8 chaits N. of S. line
and 5 chains W. of E. line
in lot 2.. .......... ..22
Catherine Jones.....East % lot 6........ .....24
Antone Josee........West 15 acres of N 20 acres
0 of lot 1, D. 20, pg. 155....30
T. Baker............2 acres west of Bowers, East
of R. R., DB. 13, pg. 378....35
Jim Geralds.........10 acres west of Baker, East
of R. R., DB. 7, pg. 162...35
L. Boley.............Lt 6 W. of R. R. Videl Grant.35
B. A. Seal ...........5% acres nt NW Corner West
Public road, DB. 27, pg. 623,
Vidal Grant...... .. ....35
8. J. Gonaalez.......17 acres East of R. I., North
of Cook, DB. 7, pg. 218....36
Unknown............NW part of Philips Grant
West of Public Road.......50
Guss Rein..........Eat 10 acres of West 40 J.
Noril Grant, IDB. 24. pg.
214; Sections 3 and.. .. ..15
Unknown (Est. D. P.
Fut).............All lees 1 acre to Sheppard
Gof, B. 15, pg. 289.. ..... 4
A. E. Yniestra....... undivided interest in lot 610
R. Bryars.........N% lot ............ ...14
Chas. McCredie......N% of SWI of NE%......20
Etta White, Trustee,
also Griffem..... 4 undivided interest in SE
% of NW4.. ........ ..21
B. Grtffen...........% undivided interest in SE%
of NWY4.. .. ...... ....21
Etta White, Trustee,
also 3 Griffen .... % undivided interest in E%
of SW%. .. .. .... ......21
E. Grffen ...........% undivided interest in E%
of SW%.. ........ ....21
Etta White. Trustee,
also E. Griffen..... undivided interest in E%
of SE%.. .......... ..21
E. Griffen..........% undivided interest in E% of
Z. Griffen..........SWi4 of SE% and South 10
acres of NW% of SE%....21
Jaj. Balley.......... SW% of NW% .... .. .. 22
Etta White, Trustee,
also Win. Kirk....% undivided interest in SW
%... .. .. .. .. .. ......22
11 1 58
14 1 89
,50 2 71
$14 3 10
80 2 41
40 1 5
10 3 76
Etta White, Trustee,
also Wm..Klrk.... % undivided interest W% of
SE .............. ..22 In 30w
J. J. Martin.........Lot 1.. .. ........ ..... 1 5n 30w
John Boutwell....... acre, 3.16 chains square in
NW Cor. of NE% of SE%
South of Ralph Whitman.. 5 5n S0w
T. J. Mellen.........4 acres in SE% of S6%, DB.
27, pg. 251.. .. .. ....... 5 5n So
J. H. Fletcher.......Lot 2 Brown's division of NE
% of SW%, book 30, pg. 113 5 n 30w
J. B. Bnglish........Lot 9 Brown's division of NE
% of SW%, DB 32, ps. 214. 5 5n 30w
M. Mayo............ One triangular acre in NE Cor.
of NW% of NE%4, DB. 28,
pg. 364............... 8 5n 80w
Geo. B. Greea, Agt..42 ft. East front by 100 ft. N.
of Hudson in SE% of NW
% of NW%, DB. 32, pg. 240 8 5n 30w
Irene O. McGreen....1-5 acre in NW' Corner of NW*4
of SW%, DB. 32, pg. 239... 8 5a 30w
Wm. McCall.........16 chains square in NW% of
SW%, DB. 32s pg. 281..... 8 5n 30w
i. and J. Rogers.... 4 acres in SW Corner of NW
U of 8W%, DB. 32, pg. 166 8 5n 3w
Jhb Wllia..1.......S8% lot 3 and N% lot 4..... 9 5n 30w
John Wilis.........N% lot 5.............. 9 fn 0w
J. L. Emns and B.
C. Rob6.aon, almoA.
A. Flsher..........South 23 acres of lot 3......16 na 80w
Mary H. e.........NW% of NWA...... ....18 n SOw
W. C. Jooom....... South 1 acre of lot 3 and north
1 acre lot 6, West of A. S.
R.., DB.29,pg. 555 ......32 3 S30
E. Walker..........Lot 10 sub dvistoa of lot 8, DB.
12, p 297.. ........ ...2 ta M
Lola Bunt.........1 acre in NW Cor. of SW%
-of a%, DB. 27.. ......S t 30w
J. 3. Reases..:... .8.x29 yards In SB Corner
of SW3 of NE%.. ...... 2 I aNw
I. Walksr.........4 acres NW Cor. of lot 5,
DB. 27, pg. 315.. .... ..33 ft 0w
Neat B ........1040 ft. ast and West by 2
ft. N. and 8. in N Corner
of SW% of BW4%........8- S, 89w
J. L oo-,r...O..NW% of SW% of NWI%..... 1 Ia S1w
b 3ss-D.m sir.....orth 118 ft. of NB% of a8
% at NW% amt tof .
DB. 1... .. .. .. .... ... 8 -
".UMsltir.......5mme a i A of NW-
^ *', -
10 9 02
30 1 28
20 1 24
60 1 94
40 1 58
aim-j 7- PW
Unknown (Eat. J. W.
Creary)..........17 acres of lot 2 and East 20
acres tot 6.............23
P. Q. Hall.... ..... N%% of lot 8 ........... 23
Mrs. H. B. Evans....W% of SW% ...........34
Unknown (Est. Ann
Duke)............SSE or lot 6.......... ..36
Unknown (Est. J. W.
Creary .........Lot 1, blk 6. part etc blk
8, all blks. 11, 12, 13,
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25,
26, 35, 36, 37, 46, NE Cor.
47, all 48, 49, 60, 51, 52. 56,
part 57. all 66, 66, 76. 77 less
1 lot, all 80, 112, 113, 118. 119
129, 130, 132. lots 3, 1. 5 In
t S% and 3 lots in N% ol 19-24
bik. 84 ...............( 37-38
W. T. Dick...........Lot 6, bik 9 ............ 19-24
............ .... .. ) 37-38
L. L. Dominger.....North 70 ft, blk. 47........37
J. E. Hallenbeck....Lct 3.... .......... .....31
Unknown (Est. C. H.
Evans............All.. .............. .. ..33
Herbert Franklin....15 chains BaEt and West and
10 chains North and South
4 tcommencing. In SE Cor. lot
4, DB. 30, pg. 321.........8
Mamie Gilgrist.......North 46 acres of lot 4 -..36
Sofronia Albritton.....3.16 chains square in SE Cor.
of NWy% of SE% of SW%,
DB. 32. pg. 413...... ....36
Herbert Franklin .... 7% acres in SE Cor of NEV4
of SE%, DB. 32, pg. 95.....36
Unknown (F. L. Bari-
neau Co..........NE, of NE4.. ...... ....24
Matt Ezell..........Bast 6 acres of North 10 ac-es
of SW% of NB%~.. .. ....24
Unknown...........NE of SW%3............. 2
Wm. R Lucae......SW% of SE%.. .......... 4
A. 8. Pattison.......SW% of NI% and NW% of
SE%.. .............. 5
R. E. Elrkholts,....W% of NW%. NW% of SW%
and N% of SW% of SWII..12
J. L. Mathlas...... W% of W%.... .,.. ....
W. B. Miletead......W% of SW%4.... .. .. ...12
Frank Mllstead......N% of NW of lSW .. ...24
H. W. G. Church... .% of 8% .... .. .. ..
H. W. G. Church...NEW of NB l ............10
Chas. E. Raymond..SEBA of NEM.. ..........10
Christia Ryer.....NW% of N U4... .. .....10
C. 8. Helton........N% o( NW,.. .... .. .. ..12
W. W. Jordan.......NW ........ .... ..... 13
L. P. Stow .......... N% of NEP san4 % 9t NW% 14
McMillan Co........SE% of SW%.. .. .. .....14
MeMlia n Mill Co...NW% of NW% l t NN% aft
NW%... ..... .......2
McMllan Mill C....SW% of NW%.. .........23
1.. Wise.......... NE of NPa1... . ....3
cMUmsan Mill C.... SB% otf 5%, Iw % f 8 4W
and SE% of'tW ... .. ..S
McMilla MII Co....S t% of 83% N7, i of BW%
and 88% of yW .. .. ..4
I,. L. Wrigt.......J.L 2, 8t, 2. a ew of i f
SB%.. .. .. .. .. .. . ..
.' ... oS
-I O~017 *iii t I
West of L L. l m-asom
D& I. pg4 7 ........ ..... I
Al.ander WVilm....E% of NW%, N 16 ft. of NB
% of SW%. and 8 1014 if
of SM % of 8W%... ..... .. In 81w
J W. JoLamon........NW% of SW .. .. .... .. 8 In Ow.
John eranc.. ....W% of NB% and B% of NW
%.. .. .. .. .. ... ....19 la 8w
Lewis Black........W% of NW% and N% of SW%
less 25 acres to Riepp, P3
or and Union.. .. ......10 In Kw
John upple .......60 rods by 48 rods In ast part .
.f NE% of SW34 less 7
acres, DB. 22, p. f10 .. ..10 In 1w
Edmund astleberry 2 cres in NE Corner of NB% E %
of SW% part of Ripple's 48
by 60 rods.. .. ... ....10 In 31w
Nelson Andrew......5 acres int B% of SWA south
of Castleberry's, a part of
S Ripple's 48 by 60 rods.....10 In 31w
TJohb MieoN.........S% of SW% loes, S0 sares ..10 In 31w
Jota RSaom.......4 acres in SW Corner of SB
% of SW%, DB. 27, W 9510 In 31w
Prince McQueen.....210 ft. by 420 ft. to NW Con
ner of SW a of BW%, DB.
30, pg. 243.. ........ ...10 In 31w
Jane Harris......... acres part of W% of SWW
of SE% .... ........10 In 31w
Isaac Brown........70 yds. saare, 40 rodE Bast of
NW Corner of SW% of S
4. DB. 27, pg. 583.........10 l 31w
Unknown...........116 ft. by 76 ft. In NW% of
SW% of SB%, DB. 20, pg.
279 .... .. ...... .... 10 In 31w
D. a Stenns.......11l acres In SW% of 8a ....10 In 31w
M........ .. .. .. ....1. 2n 31w
Tbos Pebley..........8% of lots 11 and 12 ......24 In 31w
Ja. Kanen..........All except 4 acres to M. B.
Bennett and F. Mariner..23 2n 31w I
Jerry Underwood..8..3 of SW%............. 24 2n 31w
C. N. L y........ ..8W% of N14% and N% of SB
% of NB% ...... .. ... 28 n l1w
Ale Wilson.........8E. .. ......... ....30 2n 31w I
Eli)ah 88pamoo......10 acre in SB Car. oat .%Y
DB. 34, g. 148.. .. ......84 r, 81w
Elijah Simpsion......NE of N5%4 of 8O%........4 tl. 31w
J. . Harrell........6 shares of N% Sbackleford
Orapt, DB. 32, Pg 199......38 t n 31w
J. P. Hans.en........NE of SW ............9 4 31w -
Unknow............Lot 52........... ...40 4n 81w
Mary H. Klim......N% of SE less 2 acres to
G. W. Gilmore in NW% of
SE%. .... .......... 2 5n 31w
W. W. Jordan.......S of NE4............. 6 5n 31w
W. T. Godwin.......N% of 88% and N% of SW% 6 Sn 31w 1
Alex Robeertson......W%.. .......... ... .7 n 31w I
8ilas Jackeen.......NW of SW%, NEU of 8W, 8 Sn 31w
John J. Shonley..... 8% of SE% and NW% of 8B4 9 5n 31w V
Frank Kelter........ W%...... ..........11 nb 31w 1
Silas Jacleon.......NWW.. .. ..............11 Sn 31w ]
Henry Noys........2 acres in SW% of 8E%, DB.
14, pg. 456.. .. .... .. 10 In 31w
Prince McQueen.....210 ft by 315 ft., 275 ft. of
SW Cor. of SW% of SE4.I10 In 31w
Sylvester Martin.... 16 by 40 rods in NW Cor. of lot
; 4, DB. 30, pg. 203.. ......11 In 31w
Alfred Lidyon......ot 10.... .. ...........11 In 31w
Gates Est.).......23 acres of lot 1, East of R. R.
a, Gonzales Grant, Book 5, pg.
.. uc . 456 .......... .. .. ....14 In 31w
0 Gonzalez Grant, BZ. p. 573..14 In Sw I
Etta WhiteTrustee SB of lot 2, Gonsales Grant 14 In 81w
H. B. Hattoni........Lot 19 sub div. lot 6 E of R. I
Gonzales Graat..........14 In 31w
Genlas,eIBrdson..12% rods square in SWI of
..N.1 NE, DB. 34, pg. 52......16 In 31w
a W RMe.... ;..6% acres ti NW Oa. of NW
% of SB%, DB. 29, pg. 86..18 In 31w
Rachel Looke.......420 feet square in NW Cor. of I
lot 7, DB. 31, pg. 66.... .....24 In 31w
D. R. Hart..........Lpt 8 less SW4%..........2 In 31w
Henry Brrch.........8% of S%.. .. .. ... .... 36 In 31w 14
Jeff SmtS............S% of S4E of SWU%....... 6 2n 31w
J. A. AdkisonD......NW% .. . .; .. .. 6 2n 31w 3
R. C. Taylor........NW .. .... .. .. .. .... 9 2n 31w 1
Henry Noys .......NE1% of NE ..... ........10 n 31w
Wm. Hicks......... NW% of SE ... .. .. ......10 2n 31
Baker Brown........ Lot 1..................14 2n 31w
B. C. Jones.........W% of fE1% and N% of NW
D. J. and Rosetta
Rhodes...........N% of NEW .... ........15 5n 31w
Unknown...........NW4 of SE%,...........22 En 31w
S Timney..........27 acres north and west bal.
not assessed to others.....23 Cn 31w
E. T. DAvis, also El
75 Bonilty...........Lot 8 less 8 acres to others,
10 Burns 6 acres,and B of H..17
Nellie Boru........ acrs i NB corne lot 8
73 less 4 acres, DB. 16, p1 293.17
62 Elmer 3I Osbora.... South 3 aers of North Mst
6 acresof lot 8.. ... .. 17
09 C. A. DAlembete.... Starting at South West Cor-
94 ar lot 9 runnang North 4i.
28 ft. est 809% ft., Booth
481 ft, West 415 ft., South
210 f. west 394% ft., to
49 starting potlt of lot 9......17
43 Elmer Osborn....351 f.. South front by 512 ft
76 159 ft. 6 inches weat of S
.0 Oorser lot 9, DB. 19, pg. 70717
77 T. Davis..........Lot 15 less 6 acres to Board
43 If Hesth.. ...... ....17
10 3 .W. eese.........North 30 ft. by 340 ft. of Me-
76 Nair blk. on west line of
weta % of E% of lot 3, DB.
24 38, pg. 310........ ......18
Hester Adcock......Lota 53 and 54 Fsher's sud dl-
09 vFltks of lot 4.. ...... ..18
11 1 3
4 1 53
350 14 13
527 8 72
21 w 2us
(Ga We D6el0m... .aNM .... ..... ... .. .. *
. I. auS...... w of ln%.... .. .... ..
OIncMa 8a of SW%.. .........25
P. T. Manrt........ t. tro t hy 40 esit N
Car. lot 3 N% of Mar
Grant, West ofL. .. .. .. 4
Dr. W. Aads s. .Lot 6 N% Mams Grant, Wet
It R. ..... ..... .. 4
Unknown.........4 acrem amrt- a Booth 9W
", South a & C. OUi M 1 et
8% of Mewn GOat, Wet qf
IL R..... ..; ..... ., 4
Kate Taylor........Tdt 43 Hefrma's dtr. of lots 2
to 6 Pale Grant, Wet of
R. L .. .. .. .. .. .. .
L Boley............All MAt o .L e1s 40 aerw
to oollg..... .. .... .. 5
C. %.KaMM...........ae 15, 16, 17, 150 ft. by V2
Ssb. divivion lot 6.. .. .... 6
Lewis Mt a. y..N% lot 1 sub. dli. of lot 1,
aub. dr. of C. DeVIWer's Ot 9
Uatknow............%8 lots 1 and 2 sab dtr. lot
1, sub div. of C. Devillier'a
erant.. .. .. ........ 9
A. MoMJllUa.....N% lot 2, ll lot 6 sub div. of
lot 1, sb div of C. Dtevi
Users Grant.. ........ ..
Thomas bte~VM....IAt 8, asb div. of lot 1, sub div.
of C. DeVllers Graft....... 9
W. A. Blot...........Nrth 6 acres lot 3 sub div-
imn C. Deviller's Grant.... 9
N. W. Deering.........Iots 5 and 8 sub division of
C. Devillier's Graat.. ..... 9
Charlie Graham, At.1, chains square I NX Cor
ner lot 1, DB. <2, ps. 15214
Geo. B. Green.......776 ft. by 660 ft. in NE Cor. lot
1,'DB. 32, pg. 225.. .. .....16
Hettle Tbompson....1 acre In South part lot 6
North of Daltes, B., 19, p
744.. ............. ....17
U nhokw 1(Mate cc
C. Kuprt ) .....All lees 4 acres a South purt
(418 feet by 417)...... ..30 2s 30w 112
Unknown...........8 lot 5 sb. d4 skon of N%..33 2s 30w 10
B. Wyer...........Lotsa to 13 Book 233 MeMil-
]ao division of North 47
SaresofB% lot 4 ........33 Is 3w
Manuwl Beekbam, alo
IBlsa BDonsy......Lot 15 B. 233 MeMillan divi-
sion of N 47 acres of E% lot
4 ...... .. .... .. ..33
T. Bell..............Lot 1 B. 9 McMllan division
So N 47?acres of ]Bir lt 4.:33
Unknown............North 47 acres of B% lot 4
less about 12 acres.. ....33
Unknowt...........Lot 31, Domlnnque Grant.. ...34
A. J. Braswell.......281 ft. by 775 ft. of lot 2 South
J. A. Daw, DB. 27. pg. 594..j3
Jas Reddlek.........Lot 2 sub division lot 1.. ...37
Emma Ptaler.......8 acres North of P. B. T. R. R.
corresponding in width and
extension of B. and W line
Sof lot 1 sub. dlv. of lot 4
Sees. 50 and .............51
F. E. aglqoff .... .North 233 ft. lot 2 Mary Jack-
son plan.. .......... ...51
J. W. Cahrum.......Lot 12 sub div. lot 3 Mary
Jackson plan...... .. .. ..51
W. A. Boseman..... 3g acres of SW% of SEr..54
M. A. Burns........Nct. lot 7. blk 2, Old Cty of
M. A. Buras........E% of NE%, lot 11, blk 2, Old
City of Pensacola ......
W. F. Fordham,
also I Boley..... West 34 ft lot 21. blk 5, Oldb
City of Pensacola.. ......
Ned Wyer..........W% lot 40, blk 8, Old City o'"
Victoria Faura.....East 30 ft lot 42, blk 8, Old
of Pensacola ...........
John Stokes........Lot (9, blk 11, Old City of Pen-
M. E. Stokes ......South 33 ft of North 84 ft by 113
ft. lots 87 and 88. blk 9, Old
City of Pensacola .. ...
John Pons .........All lot 105, blk 19, Old City of*
Pcn.acola .. ......... .
Frank Fageal......North 45 ft lots 144 and 145,
b;k 20, Old City of Penaeola
M. A. Griffen.......ortth 128 ft lot 145, blk 29,
Old City of Pensacola ....
Mrs. John Pons .... All int 147, blk 20, Old City of
Dora Wandell...... W% lot 150, blk 18, Old City of
Thos.De!ahant.....Eat 40 ft lot 244. Old City of
Peniacola .. ... .. .. *
Tobn Stokes........ast 30 ft lot 300, andW ot
301. blk 17, Old City of Pea-
sarola ...... .......
Ruby Perry Hottel..W% lot 323, btk 22, Old City
iltchen A. Tosart..AU lot 339, blk 21, Old City at
Minnie Harvey.....W%lt $38, bik 19, Old Cty of
P. R. *,Barou......Lot 92, Old City of Pensaeola.
Anmle B. May ...... Lot 3, Old City of Pensaeola
Maggli Ashford... .Lot 8S, Old City of Poemaom .
M r, Mcr
pnmmacols .. .. .. .. .. ..
Etta Wbtte.........Lt,8, blk 0, Old City of P .
-qm ..ola.. ... .. .... ...
Mrs. J; Lvy....... ast 7 t ft 6f Wet Tl ft, le
Sosth ft Arpest lot 47, 01
_2 f o? 'e u ....... .
Gem B. 3omresf, Aft. &,'5 K l f 4wl. a boo
.. CI atfPseam .. .. ....
(ee A.L Grow At ..lI. blkt Del plst a o
iss.Cit y ofsawoai.... .2
I.E. a wr.. ij.Lt*%up 10 4 911._hth6, Bet
sw sm* #6umy#0%*- -A -
Ih~LrJI~i.;. ;tr-` bfr 7. bl~l trsut~,
I *SL b l is,
Wav .r ~, jat **.*II tc...
.-. .r .* g os8
4 l 11
3-3 1 75,
5 1 3
5 1 03
26 1 9
100 4 3
10 1 ;1
10 2 41
3 1 24
10 3 27
4 3 7r
34 4 83
% 4 1
3 1 3
'r 4 O6
. 9 19
_____~ ~_ _~
92 9 3 1
Twt P3WSAd@(A JOIL i1vAY
(Gft laogt -A mesee4am
i C H0 r- --, CH HUST
rIT I It I IT-YgT-- nt
R. [ CI I McDavtM.....l Lot 1,I 1, Bl. o rtmno- -,
Z iByL Iof PFlT R** .o
Ili p o I LILUm I oi.tB t ....I 1 ad k 17, Bdaost
Onte -. 1UakBowT.......... Lot 81, b t I Bel2mnt Bsnt
beriag aty of Pensacola .,It 25309
ei th sate he.d e f K.L.y.....ast a. m r...Eastnches lot 14 to 20
meetg~ lta igtth essio4 bn \ ,blk 2 8. Be lmont tract, City
.(^-- ,ed.. fth Jug B 5 PB1 acolao r wh v tof Panea .... .. ..
|ac4 1Fenaelo... East 77 ft 6 taebes kotA X, bii
a27.nullug i try, n ty of .w
An fhrlaR isam .es.e the newly .J A aioamJr ......Bast0tOf tofW 47ft6 Iche
formed company asthe members of ...3 f
t III II0C 31tebo i w nt b2 8, tAroL ,,, b o l., Belmont
-which will ask to be mastered tto ct, cityof Pensacola.
i Shoton ifse W a tbhead m another thJ ans on r.......Wetr47 BeIlchesjwS ton t
to do a thing Is to do who has been home a ese. tf diM Yt aCmediea for wmen i the iet*ni- -ty ot Pwacola.. .....
oeerw et her dle oo contain mo.e Wa.lter Tate, Sr .... Lot 22, bk 1, Belmont nanr-
S The meetoln was for the pur seAu of Te.morphe and stlychi. ln, i.ty of Peakoedl... ..1 2 8o w
made up our estpl b cobrtase ctS th rSla.S r o which sMtt o t in eysmeti Andrew Prer ..... Lots 19, blk Belmont
'a M.Tebr .wit D c.h. -wto ft*- tM oab ot trt, city of Pen sacol ...
snmer.de"to te s. poiomes? Ed..Aaron s..... W 1. W 4, Blmont tract,
:n and see how we do M. HMauteaf who had been chosen t3SciS t A=n Johno and 7 ,,,,.A .nJh ..o an
oat fi states sa&Wns.Tem D thdog0atg- o H. Clayton Alle. .Lote 16 t6 I, bk 40, Belmont
I- ome spe oal bers b u t ie s selctd Bl M. nrtefor- .fl-"eS" ... .. Tract,- c i tOf- "-aola....
.a. Men's Trousers. mert a member l of the do-M4e to D- V Kew tft MI s M BI L. Purcell ....... Lots 3 and 24, blk 40, Bet-
that position. Is a celebrated po.pa tion, and that i o a ..........P.......
SThe weting ast ight was not only hesbeenise tha .g.....is 27, 28, 9.. .......... 44, Belmo
larhely attended, but very enthusia- each bottle oftheenne hesnmm .Tract, WC....... t ky of Pensacola -t
St'c. and there is so doubt but that the of The Bnradeld Regulator Co.? Tract Cy of Pen ol ...
y Ifng men wo have s iga- ed their Do know that when yok ve thh C.Is.& Baron and .... .
Sdeire to become membersof the com. the period of S.ati .Allen..........% andivided tInterest in lots l1
m nd will take more interest in it ohat wil free of pain lsd b to 18, bik 48, Belmont tract
C A._ than was formerly the oae. he y, hearty and clev children, _City of Pesacola .. .. .
C C G woodman, Geo. Ar0MperA Well, th mse t are worth hkswlh[ Emma L. Rodgers..West 60 ft lots 1 to 4, blk 61,
ii t 'Of drugists t W > Belmont tract, City of Pen-
~4 ,FT ,,h ItIrtH $iml1 ||nnpr nrnm murir bepersuaded to try a sasola...............
.. tOrlittle bkM" fr.ee- H.It. Lewlgs.......59 ft th front by 150 ft
X. UrIEs IlmllA oIIIII DHI L, mt, as West of t 120, blk 72, Bel.
r, -M~a~trH Si IVl _____ -_.. moont numbering, City of
watfuoteT j^ r I A If II pem i .. .. .. .. .. .. 28 s sow
ad -S---- -- Bsw. Lm p IaemW I -I I -. W LA i Henderson Benjamin.West 46 ft lota 1 to 4, blk ?8,
ra 0 U"F rm N rI ILH I I. II W. WILLIAMS. I emoAt numbelring, City Of
FRniCHIrENED/ /, CONTRACTOR AND SUIL.D Pensaolas. .. 8 2 80 oW
TPenaolaBus sOol W.-rInk 76, Belont
TERSELY TOLD. IT l1 Pt attention always I- sM b. Cityof
I to buslnees. PnaCeolt. la. Numberbai, Cy of Penus-
meran in the dty O .... most IT A U_ C. J. Blmmons......Lots 14 and 16, bik 78, Belmont
S:mere numbering, City of Pensa-
F....r. L .J ,~ m AA. fAE~ I cola ..,..............28 2s SOW
.. Thsr. F west rana W. F.uar- C IBID CM CWOtB CEC Mary Thomas.......Lot.k ,Btelm.* iel"ont num-
r .:.. hof o ..on,t were in the city Fi berla, ty of Pensacola... s sOw
,-.r.v on a shjr1 business visit. C. H. McCakill....Lots 18,and 14, blk 80, Bel-
T. .... Nom Reekah Lodge d Pencol a Flordl inal numbering, City of
e 'l. a o ari or "i!h to become P5en- esola.. .. .. .. ....2 --a30w
,n, ,"A o :a.r New De.ree Staot, W"Ge. B. Green, Agt Lots 19 and20, blk31, Belmoit
S requested~ o mef at Odd Fel- A horse attached to a wages be- & number ng City of Pen.s-
sw Halt :his evrAUng at F o'clock came frightened yesterday. morning Richardrown .. 2. 0 b8 a ft.
driil. J. 1 Pulliam. Capt. o North latox street at a luBaing e E.S. t of NW cor. S blk 82, Bel-
:ffrd E Morrt* the new city automobile, and crashed into the bug- b ptonI NC Hnfi of
1-k. has assumed charge of his du- g5 of T os. Newell, ala completely mPensacola ng, City o0w
having b..n sworn in.o office demolshi.g the buggy and I II III Unknown..........70 ft Nvoo110ft N.co .
Vgdnt.rlay morning. WH bond has IX we ^ T lle nd J . I * B I blk .42,.-Aelmont ntzmbering,
.n accepted and he is now perform- Sulllvan, out Nato the street. I Cty. escol......28 28 SOw
a o( he duties of the cler The wagon to which the frightened iL Unknown....-.....40 ft East front by 100 ft. 110
animal was attached was injured to ft South of NE -.r b. 82,
-h, friends of R. P. Wharton. some extent, but the drver escaped iTr Belmont numbering, City of
:d to learn that he is now in quite ped within a short distance of the .. D. obinson...We.. st. of 10 ft by 150....
--ous condition at the hospital, automobile, which was coming south D. Robinson..West 5 front, 10 Belmont
-r he has been confined for sever- on Palafox street. numb urg,-t Ci ao Peni
-kr- He is suffering with a car-. Mr. Newell and Mr. Sullivan were n c ola..- of4 Pena Is 20
S.. his neck. Loth reported as being slightly In- WSe ..... ..wes o. by
A shng party composed of W. C. jured. being bruised by the fall from 150 ft1 South ai.t, biE 88,
W. Hutchinson. A*lbert the buggy. iBefore the Nom .tur. Belmont Numbering, City of
l-r l e Ris, and Geo. Ainsworth The young man In charge of the an- al DUIPensaola U.. .... .. ..... 42 w
S :. terday from Garniers Icobile brought the latter to a stand- W i WAmy Pader........80 -ft o*ront, by 120 ft, 1S0
,,,p they spent a week fish-. sill as soon as he saw that the ani- WindWs ta fig t oa SB Cor, blk 83, Bel-
'. ', rehbearsng fish stories. Their mal ataches to the wagon had be- r month Numberoig, City of
I a Tr eating the benefit of the 'cme frightened. Nearly an inch of rain fell in Pen- Penesacola .. ........42 2 S30w
k.* sacola yesterday In about twenty-three Trustees I. O.of Q. F. Lots 9'and 10, blk 86, Belmont
,n Hotel arrivals: Jos. B. nal's circulation throughout West minutes. In fact the fall was one o0 Numbering ,City of Pens..
V v.anta. Ga.; M. C Lewis. Mil- Florida is now something to marvel at the heaviest ever recorded here in col .. ................19 2s s3w
SE Duwenbury, city; J. -and its still growing that space of time. Streets and sew- John Balne.........Iot 1, 81 ft, 6 In. of lot 2, 8 48
:' if Flomaton; T Jt rers were flooded, the latter being uns ft lot 24, 8 48 ft, 6 in. of
Ywfe., nlomaton: Hon D. A. Sim D. B. Morrison and R. E. I.Morrison able to carry oI the water which fell W 21 ft, 8 In. lot 23, blk 91,
r l a Hon. John Sim- of 84 East land ia street leave in torrents, and in some places pedes- Bemont Nmberi City o
T .ll F: J T McKinnon De- today for Red Springs, N. C, where trians, shortly after the rain, were Pen -cola .. .. .. .. .. ...19 28 30w
S ,.-,.e: Mrs H. T. Crawford they go to attend a reunion of the compelled to take the middle of the Mary Scott..........Lot 5, blk. 94, Belmont num.
H. .- Ga; Mia Myrtle Crawford, people of that community who have street in order to reach their places being, City of Pensacola..19 2a 80w
y 'rGa.: :eft there at any time during the past of business or get home. .Erle Charltoo.......Lot 25, blk 18, Belmot Num-
forty years. They will be absent two The wind. according to the records being, City of Pe.ola.19 2s 30w
1'ric. ,hm. one of The Journal's weeks. of Weather Observer Reed, attained Amanda and Henry
c iavyling repreentatlves. a velocity of 43 miles at 10:01 o'clock. Jo-ne ...........Lots 27 and 28, blk. 138, Bel-
S '. c'ity last night after an If you use Bkue RIbbon Lemon and The rain began falling in torrents t" m numbering, City of
< : .... -everal months. He will Vanilla Ektraets in your cream the shortly before 12 o'clock, and the rec- Pensacola 19 2 30w
I rn r. :or a few days before e avwar will be perfect and besides crd of the weather omee for 23 min- Po ey Smith...Lots 1 to 4 and 2to28 blk
".- tl1ine hd: d' -o on the road. Mr they are absolutely pure. A- your utes, showed that during that period mth...Lots 1 Bato 4 ant numberin.
1 n has. during the past six grocer for Blue RlIbon Lemon and .SS of an inch of water had taden. City of Pensaoola .... .. 19 2. 30w
:'h ov.ej ive rry county west of Vanlla. Takee les. Favors perfect- L Boley............All fractional blk 153, Belmont
:.a and as a result Th e Jour- ly. half the ills that minan is heir toci e
-'Blood Biters strengthens and tones cola....-..-..........19 2s S0w
I -it -the stomach; makes indigt^oa Jli- En ch Richardson ... Lot 3, blk. 23, Cty of Pensa-
W M ET H O D LAYcola-. ........-..-..-.....19 s 0w
LpossibleIoch Richardeon.... Lots 5 and 6, blk. 23, City of
Summer Food. Pensacola- ..-..-... ....19 2 30w
ickl This ear's crop: all fresh at 26, blk 28, City of Pensacola 19 2s 30w
-' Pensacola..-..-.........19 2s 30w
FERTILIZER FREE. Jas. M I Oullugh....Ehat 65 ft. lots 13 to 16, blk.
Anyone wishing good stable manure 35, City of Pensacola. ...19 2s 30w
Ih P f r F r gratis, will apply to J. L. Pierce, at Lawrence Ristuccia.. ast 40 ft. lots to 22, blk. 85,
Shg P rice oLu r ur i U i The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse: City of Pensacola..... ....19 2 s30w
G O. L. Robinson......Lot 24, blk 35, Cty of Pensa-
SCOVICTED FOR PREADINQ cola.. .... .... .. .....19 ,2 30w
IsALE YEL.OW FEVER RUMORS. Unknown...........ILot 21, blk. 36, City of Pensa-
col.............. ...19 b 30w
You can get it now and pay later. Joy itThe Mobile Register says: J. W. L. Boley...........Lots 1 to 5 and west 22 ft lot
arYou can get it now and pay later. by jy she of Cowart, a white man, who was arrest- 26, blk 36, City of Pensacola 19 Is.. 0w
are paying for t. It is madeed Tuesday by Chief of Pltte a T. Eph Powell.......... Lot 6 and S% lot 7, MLk. 37,
thoroughly dried lumber and will test a letime. Yo.u ed dea y on the ch of dlrelat.tg City of Pensacola.. ...,..19 2s 830
can get a bedroom suf for as tattle = SS S4ndas h ""Rndeau on the chare of circulatlpg City ofaPensWot.... -1ty930
$125. and all sort of m pris In betwt i. 3etamber, we false reports, was tried yesterday W. J. ~Mor ........ W lot 12, blk 87, City of
1hae mosquito bars. Phone us yn bet er w morning before the recorder and evi- Pensacola.. .. ...... ...19 2 80w
hdece was produced to prove that he Unknown........... .Lot 24, blk. 37, City of Pen-
did make the remarks It was alleged sacola................19 2 30w
he did. He was fined $15 or thirty N. A. Nelison.......Lots 19, 20 8% 18. blk. 38.
A RO & QO The flne was paid. City of Pensacola-........-1 i S Ow
Sy. The e was p Lincoln L. FerPeon.~ot 8, 9, 10, Mk. 39, City of
Pensala--........-....-19 20 30w
108-110 S P aK St. Phoe 146. P u Fla. & o e I oDRO NO UGS LewIs oode........Lt 13, blk. 41, City ofea
GeL. e ---DRUGS.a cola.. ....R... .... ......19 2s 80w
In _____heNewpandW thNw----0 George Johnson, also
In Hpi______id_ the New cantio nd lsa Bonitfty.......Lots 25 and 26, blk. 41, City of
Suess-f ul Dandruf Treatment. Pensaeola ......... ..19 I2a 30W
Have you dandruff? Then ype have J.I lawless........West 50 t. of N. 125 lot 4,
a C A a contagious parasitic doese, wun- bL 46, City of Pensacola..19 2S af
Srtasant, unhealthy and one that will S. J. J obInMsa...... 8 th 60f t i an of W
waolemaee ad la astar eventually lead to baldness. Ro *re ot 2, blk. 48, Cty of Pen
Steamy .,Drei', n 'rac'eA UIt you must destroy the paursae that cola............... ...19 2 30Sw
md Bh eats at the root o the hair. The.only. roHe Smps....N. 60 ft. lot, and of 'lot
O S t preparation for destroying these germs 5, blk.48, Cty of Pensard la l 9 S a w
ome--No Soth l a tree. Tl. s. i Newbro's Herpicide. Chrlee Klein, Perry oater........N. 20 t S. M0 ft. lot 6 ai
TYares a arrcoa t M ~ a taa4 of LaUale,6 W o, says: -HEr idde of 9. .t 5. blk City t
,I allayed the Itching, cured the dandruff PffaOo.......... .... a 3Is
-.and stopped my hair's haitna oat; Gea. Osbl ad I Bdth
and It Is bringinga na crop t hair." i Hof n....... N.45 ft. 8. 9S ft et 1 and
|H21erplcht is tree from gra of dan. of % lot 2, k. 550,. City oa
c odn W OOD sa es Psa.............9 8 0
Iud soft as sk One bottle m e- A m SOl hama ... t L of W% lot 2 less West
C O A L *ndVince you of ts erits. od .by. 1 foot, blk. 51, Ckty of Peaa-
-M L-A. Dlmbet druas t ado &M th w ... Bv
S1 -.a .P. .ar wy, 1 1 Palz stre tia -. j.. lwess ..... L. o- U:2. ..C i :. of r 0
/ 110 ,n o._ .* '=a . .... u. l L.1 6 -W
4r .i 4'1 4r'
: 5 19
2, blk. 5, Oity of Pensacola 1
Maruk T. Wade, Ast,8. 60 ft.t N. 7& ft. olot 1 ,
sad of % 1 l2,S, blk. 54
City'of Pesacola.. ......19
Tho. Stephens....... .75 ft. lot 1 and of B% lot 2,
blk. 54, City of Pensacola.. 19
Chas. Hudgins......Est 59 ft of S 110 ft lot 1
blk. 56, City of Pensacola..19
Bej. Johnson......8. 50 ft. lot 3 and of W. 46'ft.
lot 2, B. 56, Cty of Pensa-
cola.... ....... ....19
Lizzle Davis........N. 60 ft. lot 8. and of W% lot
2, blk. 56, City of Pensacola 19
Sandy Dennis.......N. 40 ft. ot4 and of W% lot 5,
blk. 58, City of Pensacola..19
Wm. LHarllton..... West 17 ft. lot 2 and East 13 ft.
lot 3, blk. 59, City of Pen-
Daniels and Crona..N% lot 3 and of W% lot 2, blk.
71, City of Pensacolas......19
Chas. YAubre......Lot 4, 5, 6, blk. 71, City of
Pensacola.. .. ..... ....19
L. M. Davis .........Lot 2, blk. 73, City of Pensa-
cola . . ... . .' ..19
Isaac Shepard, Agt..Lots/65 nd 6, lk. 73, City of
Pensacola ......... ......19
Henry Moore, Agt...Lot 3, blk. 81, City of Pensa-
eola.. \8.. .... ...... 19
Joephine Baker.... Lot 3, blk88, City of Pensa-
oola .. ........ .....19
Lou Bruno..........N 40 ft tot 6, and of lB lot 5,
blk. 89, City of Pensacola..19
Unown........... Lots 4 and 5, blk. 97, City of
Pensacola.. .. .... ......19
Chas. H. Taylor.....Lots 16 and 17. bt. 98, City of
Pensols.. .... .. .. ....19
Wn. Woods.........Lot 26 and W. 10 ft lot, 25,blk.
98, City of Penaacola.. ....19
Jas. Anderson.......Iota 16 and 17, blk. 99, City of
Peneaoo.la. .. .. ....19
Ed Marshal, also
Sam Pasco........Lts 1 and 2, blk. 103, City of
. Carter o Penaola .. .. ... .. ..19
H. G. Carter, amo
Sam Pasco........Lot 12, blk. 103, City of Pen-
sacola.. ...... .......19
Mary Gerard........Lot 10, blk. 105, City of Pen-
sacola.. .. .. .. .. ..19
D. B. Stennls........Lota 11 to 18, blk. 106, City of
Pensaola. .... .. ,..19
Otis Smile..........Lot 16, bik 106, City of Pen-
a1 la -.. ..... .. .. .... 19
IAszie Salter........Lot 17, blk. 106, City of Pen-
Morris Quigley......Lot 22, 28, 24, blk. 106, City
of Penacola. .... .....19
J. C. Springer.......Lots 1 and 2, blk. 107, City of
Pensacola...... ..- .. .19
Walker A. Mima.... Lots 21 to 23. blk. 107, City of
Pensacola.. .. .. .. ......19
Unknown...........Lot 28, bk. 107, City of Pen-
saoola ............ .19
Henry Hamilton....Lot 1, blk 108, City of Pensa-
Jas. Sharp.......... ot 4, blk. 108, City of Pen-
eacols ........... .......19
J. D. Wetmore.......All blk. 109, City of Pensacola 19
Robt. Donald.......Lot 3 and NI%.2, blk 130, City of
Pensacola.. .... .. ..19
Unknown... ........Lots 27 and 28, blC 12M, City
of Pensacola. .... ... .19
Mmr. Isum Roass.....Lot 5, blk. 136, City of Pen-
eaoola..... .. . ......19
T. C. Watson & Co..Lot 11, blk. 136, City of Pen-
sacola.... ...... ......19
Unknown........... Lot 4, blk. 147, City of Pensa-
coli.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..19
Unknown............Lots 21 and 22, blk. 148, City
of Penamcoa.. ...... ...19
Geor glana ode....Lt 17, blk. 8, New City of Pe-
hoola.. .. .. ,. .. ,,
Commyns) ....... Lot 17, blk 13, New City of
Wi. Bentley........Lot 16, bk 14, New City of
Jesse Swan..........Lot 9, blk. 15, New City of Pen-
Harry Goode........Lot 18, blt. 15, New City of
Pensacola ........ .. ..
Wn. Goldstucker....West 3 ft. lot 7, blk 16, New
CityOf Pensacola ........
Wm. Nelson.........Lot 15, blk 17, New City of
SPensacola.. .. o ..
Fisher)...........Lot 5, blk. 18, New City of
Annie Randall......Lots 19 and 20, blk 18, Nw
City of Penaaoola.....
Wm. Williaanm...... Lot 8, blk. 22, New City of Pen-
Chas. Wright........Lt 8, blk. 22, New City of
Penscola.... .. .. ...
Thos. Taylor........Lot 4, blk. 24, New City of
Soott Douglass......S. 50 ft. lot 2, blk. 26, New
Ctty of Pensacola.. .. ....
Henry KIg.......... S. 150 ft of E. .24 t. lot 3, nd
of W. 82 ft. lot 4, blk. 26,
New City of Pensacola....
Lesele E Brooks....Lots 1 and 2, blk. 28, New
City of Penasoola.. .....
Unknown.......... N. 53 ft. ots 1 to 4, bk 43, New
City of Pensacola..... ...
M. A. Urch............ 74 ft. of S. 74 ft. lots 8. 9.
10, blk 44, New City of Pesa
sacola.. .. .. .. .. .. ....
Geo. W. Thompson..Lot 7 and W. 30 ft. 8, blk. 78,
New Clty of Pensacola ....
B. B. Sellers........Lot 12, blk 82, New City of
Penaeola. .. .. .......
L. P. Schamban.....Lots 11 and 12, blk. 86, NOe
City of Pensacola.......
J. Caro..........Lots 17 and 18, blk. 104, New j
City of PenMaola........
A J. Jones...........Lots 1 ad 2, blk. 105, New
City of Pensacola.. .. ....
W. LH. owler.......Lot 3, blk. 105, New City of
Unknown...........Lot 4. blk. 105, New City of
M. A. Urch..........Lot 12, bk. 106, New City of
W .A. Blount........Lot and W% 7, blk. 108, New
City of Pensacola ........
J. M. Ru s..........LOts 18 and 14, blk 108, New
City of Pensacola.......
W A. Blount.......Lot 15, bl. 108, New City of
Penaoola.. ........ ..
Geo. W. Pennngton. .Lots 1 d 2, blk 124. New
City of Penaacola.. .. ...
P. A Hendrix and
S. R. Thames .....Lots 11 and 12, blk 129, New
City of Pensacola .......
8. Jones.............ot 17 ad 18 and W% 16, blk
129, New City of Pensacola
I, M. Dare........West 87 ft. of S. 137 ft. lot 14
and West past of 1, B 130,
New ity of Pensacolas....
Jas. Ek sh, Jr.....ILot 10, B. 181, New Cty of
J. M. Thomm.......Lot 6, bk. 132, New City of
Josephne Abdelkader Lots 11 to 16, bik. 182, New
City.of Pesacol.. .. ...
T. C. Watson & Co..Lo ts 1 and 2. blk. 140. New
C3ty of Pensacola.... .
nlmbeth Connell... .Lot blk. -47 New Otty 'of
Momroe Cuphbenl.. .Lots 8, 10 and 8*.3 a blkk
m.Lo Mif PtlaO.
son p R.
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LF ~.'11~C t4
93 T. r- J- ,jk '-- % lp
.'I~~OS :iilU Y ~ *94
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/ ru ,. os ,V 8 .. ,.-- - . ..Pen o ......r. .... t.18 2 sow
/car and tr-in lote to the buying house. Marianna and she was loved an ad- ed of to a turpentine man. Witness .. F. Floyd.......ot. 23s 3 nd 24, b 5W, City
/ e Times has repeatedly demonstrate, mire by a great many friends who had seen reolvers.n m. osasessio. F lor .sacola s d 4 blk City o.f
ed the proltablh character of bog rais- sincerely ogTate the groom, Mr defendant t at many di fferps tm W W.f orris. en and 2 ... .. .. .0 2 t2
lag in this section, and it is a matter Dillon, who is a native of Tennessee and kne that It was hdiecurat to Pensacola.......nd 22, bk 0, Cy
at Indignant wonder why more tarm. but for sevweal y ha made this trTme more r leses Inw. wpo usom Th. C. W Pe Co.W o ..est.. .. ..t o.. 1 to 4s
m do not engage in It. hib headquarters, where he is an ex- this nat r M l wep o T o4. C wtso g Co et i60 f of Pe 1 to 28 bl
The people of Florida eat three aun, tensave stek dealer. After an ab- The evnlence of Mr.. W te ws ad. ho- 4, City of P ft .. ....8 6 c
rd thousand bogs a year at the low. senae of two months they will be at duced for the urpo hte wof o ad Thoat ft tf o.West 1 ft 4 Ie t k6 Cit
eat calculation, of which they import home at the iartleld house. It was osual or te defend wn to hat .ft of ots 1 to 4, b.. C.. ty
at least five-sixths from the north Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richardson lost revolvers in fi po aeedant to have Lf Pensola A .......ots 6 to 15, and ,
and west. Five years o intelligent their little boy. James, Monday with the revolver purehessid' d tt Av.. ....Lots 6 to 15, and N% l .. k
and energetic application to the bust. toAsaiUts, after an illness of only a Bruce a in liner d t r Mr. 83t City of Pe. moola ..n.. ..28 o i b
ess of producing hos would enable, te ds. His body was interred at character. t t D D. Gaml.......ts 9 to blk City o
as to furnish all the hogs eaten in the, the Old cemetery. Paoena"la ...... a -...* a28s 30w
state of Florida and to ship as many Miss Alli Richardson returned Witness did not kLnow thing
mare to other markets. trom Atlanta to attend the funeral of ut the evolve aP from F. Chat LeB a .. ..tot 18, 19P. 2 24. b. 9 t
Tis tIs common sense and o pl. ho expect to e time Joha te W. A. Wood........, o and 2s ,28 C0
If stated that any one o t te ought to be norw B mew of Danasby ant ConstaMe Bo Pensacola ..... .. .... ..8 s aw
ale to understand it. Florida will They wil be accompanied by Mrs. going to Century and said It was a T. CeWato Co.Lta ol. 1. b Cy
rnver be a really prosperous state Hayes Lewis and chIlaen, the two riday; the folipwing Sday witness T .. Pensacola .. .. .. .... .. .2 3 0
otil that logic is accepted and prao. Misses Hayes ad Miss Salie Wynns. had left for HIot Sptrin Tho. Phrnt........Lots 7 to l,..blk 1,. O. a 3
.. .. ..h. Mrs M Ana WIleon, of Fountain. is Ale Lt.hkl P ao...... S
ticked by the people who are now loa. M tgh .An Wso of F is Ae L e.la .. .... ..
bI money because of their falulre Mr. Notes. of Georgla, is visiting Alex lscbbof* pwn broker, teo B. M. and A. Betts.Lots 7 and 8, blk 114, Oty at
a do so. his many friends here. It term ot tied that, to thebegrt q his haowl Pensacola ............ t8 30 S
school he lled the place of first as- edge he bad'soMd defeMrat -a revolver Hal Garrison.......Lots 12 to 17, blk 116. CKty 6
sitaat teacher and madb many frleds several moths previous to the klU. Pensacole . 2.. .. 3.. ... s 5 3
Prof. MeBeath has refused a latter, while her. ng; it was a falth & WmoN ,ervo. Celetine Mitelhel... T15 ft lots I8 to 2t, "k 13,
tag oer from a college In Kenteuky t W. Pre and two os. ver and the prl. pai w City of eao .. .. ,.28 a .ew
ilaofr aa and ia t e, will return this hag- a 0dtlati Weatetoh of tra-d L. JBaua...........West 6 ft o lots te a
The Proessor is a 'oyal Florlan, aad aftIwrn ftmn a alog visit to Tsas, Ing with dftentant for a. revoer but an st 2., aW lo, Ct 4(
says that this state is good eIough their ermer b-. could not recoup sat any detas Pensacola .. ..;, -. ...8 as AW
far him. We are pleased with hisa O.- Ma Hattie ob oaSo has retuarnel t trnCaethris ShtnaOwe. .West 0 ft blk ft1, (4tY f Pai
*rinedl itattak. for his V1se ka the m auins trip to ak itol 1 .F -o .. *** -# 5 .w
W ksa Seid- of-E thit his us"k dL C16 eatWi* 0 f t W all
oductinal _Ield o thi s a woU 141a&- d* poiin wsto Mkr. buema pitet westa 1 -- t < r a > *
OW W DescriptiaR. lNmS. a
rmLisM WtIVB N MOMA. ii, Uska wa...... ........ 1 and W% 1 M L .
N.. City ~.ty a~a ***.
Ite HU wHlM........Lot blk. 164. New Cty of -
*U . > a a.Peoa.ok.. .. .. .. ..b
M_ .JO CWAL COlWANl lUR.> I. .L b ..... .tats 3, 4. 17a-d 1, bI. w .
SNew Cty Cd PMMbmoq. ..
A3K L5. MA T Ia - amGONE" Mum Besd e Oreen........ Lots 1 and 2, bl. 170,' NOw
--- (Continued from Firt Pager C.ty at o pA, ". ...
m m Chn Clhoun.......Lots 19 and 20, bit 11, New
aM mBiR TiB AS4 OCU ATB FRBSl In the court room are satidactory and City o Pensacola;.....
as far as could be ascertai d, there ThoL C. Watson & Co 14ts 18 to O0, Ml 187, New
.. i. .. AT have been no complanto regardig City of Pensacola.. .. ...
T.. ........ S .......... th Smile Has Vani lisma Boml ......Lot4. blk t 2l Now City of
Z S"**-*- OO -oo mile Has Vankiseea Pensacola..........
a **........* 2 O ,Week........... M The prisoner was brought into the R. M. AveTy........E% of bik 224, Rw City of
t .******** ~ Wedk MI yMaWr.1L W court room about fifteen utes be- Pensacola.. ........ ...
p11 # ON t g* gi Gs JL fore the court convened and tll he Carrie P. Aver.... All blk 236, New City of Pet-
Stook his usual seat near his attorney, eacola.... ...........
put in the time greeting relatives and A. J. Angle...........Lot 1 to 18. bik 20, New
Tit ONLY PM&NSAOOA NS APERA ROM W0ICH A DrTAILO friMeds. The smfle, which has here City of Pensacola.. ......
MIRCUI.ATION OTA1irir CAN U 1uGU.i. fore been almost constant, was d- Georgana sth... .Lots and W. btk 26, New
__ ing and he appeared to be conulde-e City of Pencola........
_" ably worried and somewhat nervous. T. Virgin, also
0is-.8 hI U W-M Gk U .---a-l- U He carried! a small fan in his hand as Geo Wentworth...IxLts 7 to 10, blk. 26, New
Yin11 11 g16,- he was driven to the court house by City of Pensacola.......
...... ...__.. ..____-J Sheriff Van Pelt and, throughout the Unknown...........All bk. 26 New City of Pea-
M morning toyed with it almost lances acola.. ..........
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, PRIDAY MORNING, AUGF ST 18, 1905 santly. He appeared to be more inter- T. C. Watson & Oo..All blk. 371, New Ciy of Pen-
m_ ested in the proceeding than on pre- sacola ...... .......
vious occasions and watched each C. E. McArthur.. Lots 1, 2, 3, blk. 281, New City
? --- -4-;-- LAST CARDS PEACE N witness as the testimony was added. of Penescola ........
@ ENVOYS ARE MPLAYING He frequently conferred with his at R. Ward.... .....Lots 19 and 20, bikt S2 NOw
0 WHERE IT 1S TO BE FOUNO. *--n .0.. torneys relative to isa cuae. His un- City of Pensacola...
S P a (Coltinued .bo PTFltt Pe.) easiness was more noticebale as the C. L . Ldge........Lots 14 and 15, blk. 26, New
R Row far it will be threshed out be- case proceeded, during the morning City of Pensacola .....
SThe Pensacola Journal is on frre It Is "passed over" is problematic. horem Jones Clark, also
OF sale at the following places in fishing rights Russia will yield. There A.Fislr........Lots 1. 2, blk 316, New
Sthe city only remains limitation upon Russia's THE DEFENSE PLACES MRL. Gy .. 1,
Power and the surrender of theCity............
S Apootlesa Restaurnt. interew th rr r o te WILLIAMS Ot THE STAND. D. H. Wilsao........lIot8 16 to 18, bil. II,. Ne
f Auiostle's ThR ftul vent. ft ntred wa ship City of Pe aca.......
Bay Hotel. The final struggle is close at h The wife of defendant, Mrs. Wiliam Unkown...........Lots 15 and 16 bl.. .. N
S C' Bok oit Wprena theos arl being madnte pfo F. Williams, was the first witness at ity of Pensacola.... ..
Depot News stand. ble agreement are dem treated anthem morning session an testiied whol Elle CUrry.......Lots 1 and 2, blk 885, N
0 Gem Book Orm. adjournment will be taken, probably ly with reference to the peculiar ac City of Penacoa.. ..-.,.
Lewis Hous. 0 until Monday, when the plenlpotenti t uons of defendant within a few weeks L, Davis.,.........N. 60 ft. of S. 120 ft. ftBt of
SMerchants H t. aries will show their last cards. previous to the killing of John White. lots 10 to 12 or WJN, New
SMerchant. Hotel. When she took a seat upon the wltt Olty Numbertin, blk 3s,.
S Southern Hotel. Japa Cab Ete nlve. ness stand she appeared slightly nrv- New City of Pensacola.. .1) as 31w
S thompson's Book Stor. The Japanese are in the closest ous, but answered the questions pro- Jerry Lasster..... .Lots 1 and 2, blk. ,4. New
Wagand le Crem Paor. touch with their government. They pounded by the attornas l a straight City of Pensacola... ...
S Wagand I C 1 r. are keeping Toklo advised of every blrard and conise manner, Isabell Ao t ...... Lot. hbi. 58 New Cty jof
S Wagenheim's Ne tand. deveopmet of the proceedings. It ....
F, Walker's BSeek Stre. was 6 o'loA this morning when last Pecui.ar Action. ,-.. .... ....
Snight's stream of bls to J n was Mrs. Williams testfeed that, for Henriet4 Parker....Iot 3. blI. 11. D las Tract,
completed., several months prior to the killingof ity of .en..ooi.. ..
0R-t -"' r- t-- ---: The weather since the arrival of Mr. White she had noticed her hus. Unknowr (.ut. Adam
the plelpotentiaries has strangely band acting strangely at times, but Thompon) ....... Lot. blI 18, Dallas Trat,
followed the prevailing sentiment as was only able to recollect two specific City of Pensacola.. ......
to the outcome. instances. On one occasion er hus Chas. Ooleman, Agt..Los 5 and 6, blk. 38, Dallas
GOING AWAY? To-day was bright and cherry. The band had come home and, ors seat- T 'ct City of Pensacola....
When you eave the city for your sun shone gloriously. It was another ing himself at the supper table for a Simo Harris.......N 50 ft lot 4, blk 5, Dallas,
summer vacation have- The. e page out of the wonderful weather minute, arose without eating and Tract, City of Penscola ...
Journal follow y h e .... N e book to which New bngland has went to the front of the house. he Unknown...........Lot blk 5. Dalla Tract
Journal follow you. Notify er k treated her dstinglshed foreign followed and saw him in a stooping City of Pensacols........
tion manager, Phone 38. guests. last week the heat was un- posture, like one searching for some- Unknown......... ..Lots 2 to 4. blk. 73, Dallas
bearable and the, plenipotentiarles thing, moving slowly aroundnear the Tract, City of Pensacosk....
were testy and angry. Saturday was edge of the verandah. Ater ds Unknown............Lots 5 to 8, blk. 75, Dallas
tFloridia Shod R s cold and dreary, and it looked as if a Willianm had, gone to the house and Tract, City of Pesaoula....
F Should Rase storm would break. But it did not procured a package and Ileft- the Unknown,
and the fear that negotiations would house. He had only remained -away (Bst. C. KipfriaI). .Wost of and adjolnisg ks 79
the Hogs She Eas. be broken ot when the meeting oc- about ten minutes and when he re- a and 80, City of Psacola ,..29 2e 2t6
curred in the afternoon after the pre. turned still carried the pictage. John H. p ... ..Lot 5, blk 1, City ofPensatWfa28 2s atw
The Journal has on more than one sentation of the btaslan reply was When witness spoke to him he sa Richard Mofris....West 66 ft lots 1 to 6, bit I,
occasion called attention to the short. happily averted. Sunday was fair and peared preoccupied and said she was City of Pensacola. .... .. 2 s 0w
sighted policy which Floridlans per- bright, Tesy it stormed and in the worrying over nothing. Defendant Annie freeman ....Lots 9 andlO, bik 2, City of
st in clinging to v: th po conference room the first Insurmount- had left the house again the same Pensacola........ .. .. ..28 2s Sw
;st In clinging to. viz: the policy of able barrier appeared-the cession of evening, returning after a short time. Sciplo Tl .Lot 9 and d0, blk 4, Cit. of
boyiur almost everything they con- Sakha. Yesterday forenoon the He also carried the pPackage a this iP a a .. ... ..'. 28 Is SOw
sume from outside of the state.
manufactured goods-nearly eve re treated to the sight of a glorious Witness had not opened the package blk 20. City of Pensacla. ...28 2 $a
thing in fact-s imported from other sset that night but the next morning, upon W.C.Vaneql, Agt....Lot 3, bik 22, City of Pensa..
tting ian datr- iot ed romd o thEr *nvey In Good Humor. Investigation found it to contain an ola .. .. .. .. .. ...28 2c 80w
state, and in return, good cold Flor- The peace plenlpotentiarles who old pair of overalls and a cap. This Geo. B. GOrid Agt..Lots 14 to 15, blk 22, City of
da cash goes cut to pay for it. have alternately sweltered and been was about three weeks before the kill- Pensacola. . . . ..28 Is 80w
The Tampa Times ha3 also noted chilled, shivered and been soaked, Ing. Maggie C. Gunn and
this remarkable lack of business Judg. seemed In fne spirits when they "I Can't Stand It." H. A. Waters.....Lot 25, blk 22, City CtPePmcola 28 2s 30w
started away from the hotel to-fty. Dina Porter........ Lot 3, blk 25, City of Pensacola 28 28 30Sow
ment and. taking the case of a prom Mot of the Japanese missions were Mrs. Williams said that defendant Elen W. Walker .. Lot5,blk".City of Pesasola.28 t2 30Sw
perous Nebraska farmer as an ex so busy In preparing cables last night was restless at night, often starting Sm anibrd.......tts 4 and 5, bk28, City of P
'mple. it comments as follows: that they were, in consequence, a lit- up from apparently sound slumber and sacola 28 23 20w
A st farmer the other da le behind the regular hour in getting cried and took on and said he couldn'tt Green Hines......Lot 18, blk 28, City a Pacola 28 3 30w
bld a s oner time 3 hots, diahn downstairs this morning. It via close stand it." Wtess could not remem. R. H. Hamilton.....Lot 15, blk 28, City ofPensaools.28 2s 80w
old at onne time 370 hogs, weighing ti 9:30 'clock before Mr. Takahira, ber what he said In particular. At unknown. .....,Lot 20, blk 81, CIty Pensaeol.2S8 2s 30W
Pounds on an average, at 5.30 per followed by Baron Komura and Mr. times he begge4 witness to come and Leslie I. Bpots ...l.ot 21, blk 31, City of Pena
hundred, at his home railroad station. Sato, came down to the veranda and stay near him. Witness sai-: "He cola.................2,28 Is 3tw
Spt in the bank six san the usual respectful greeting would wake me up in the night and rnknown.......... lt 23, blk 32, City of Pnsa-
'undred and e!ght.y dollar and ten from the guests who Invariably gather BBY. 1 can't stand it; I don't know' col ............ ...2 .8 2s 0
hts. He estimated that about four ot Bethem off --hat to do."' This occurred About ae Ib...... .. ..o 21 nd 2 blk.28 8,s ty
ousand dollars of this handsome Th ussihan enjoys were half wary to weeks before the dole tragdy P acoA.Hall........I 21 nd bk 88. ..28 y 3of
Di was net profits and. ges for to the navy yard when the Japanese 1n John White's store. A. DeVan.. West 95 ft l tt
himself and t'so boys. The matter is et out. Attorney Maxwell stated that there A. M. DeVaghn....West 95 ft lots 6 to 10, blk 38,
eationed as a text for the sugges- were three or four witnesses whose Roty o. Pell.......ta ot .. .. .. ..28 s 80y
on that any Florida farmer can do as n evidence was material rwho would be t Kelly. Lotl and 2. blk C 2ty of
fell with hogs in proportion to bhis PRTTY W EDD ING summoned immediately by teephon T. H. Nelo.Pensast ola .. ........ ..28 2s w ,
reage and industry. Uptoa weight and a recess of ten minutes was ore- CityEat lots o to 10. blk 41, w
a 250 pounds hogs can be produced AT A IAN IIA t'ered by the court in order to o Cty of Pensacola... ... ..28 s 0w
Sopre cheaply in Florida than in Ne M AI I A them to be procured Minerva Dolphin...est 60 ft lots 13 to 17, blt 41,
maska. and it will be f6und when they City of Pensaool .... .. ..28 2s 80w
brt* to be marketed in suffctent Henry White* Burke Blardwell ....Lots 6 and 6, blk 42, City of
easbers that themeatoforda hogs M JOH DL AHenry White was the frst witnea Pensacola .......... ..28 2s 20w
an make the best bacon on earth athM. JH DILIOI AND MMSE BES called by defense after recess. He Henry M. Marshall.. Lot 10, Mk 42, Oty of Pensacola. 28 2s 30w
wilbeing put through the methods o at DAaN ITE had known defendant for several Dick Andusrson.....West 76 ft lots 13 to 17, blk 53,
ter modernn pacilng house. months; both had been working at City of Pensacola ........28 2s 30w
the kbonly way for the Florida tara MATRIMONY. John White's store. He had known C. H. McCaskill....E 34 ft of W 68 by 102 of NWW,
T dispose of his defendant buying and selling .over- blk 56, Oltyof Pefatool... .28 2s 30w
er t now is to kinds o f his surpeddle thebogs aIls; witness had had them from time L. J. Johnson ......East 41 ft by 103 ft of NW%,
Just bt if the production of the ani. Special to The Journal to time. He knew defendant had two blk 56. City of Pensacola .28 2 30w
ot, should be increased to any oonsid. Marianna, Aug. 17-At 5:30 this atfer- Wttness could not ehad actly when lots 21 Gad22,bB t of B, Cit y of
ayoole extent tie surplus would be noon Miss Bessite Dan was quietly that was; possibly about foury o vhen lots 21 and 22,c.......28 o 30
era'ea up by buyers for the packing married to Mr John Dlion at the months bacLs. Deblyndabout o or Unnone Pensa...ola ... ..Wet t o .b. .. .. 28 2 0w
aruses and paid for on the spot in home of her parts, Mr. and Mrs. R. chased a revolver from shot aPdr Unknown of P......West 40 ft o30 SW blk ,
tjlk. There would soon be yards at D. Ima. They took the 6:10 train had s it to s h d Ci o Pnsacola ...... ..28 .a0wnd
tme available point where hogs for fganeusee. tMss Dafn is one of the second rev to l.er I. ea. This was J. J. cCll..Lotand. ,15, bt8, City o
uld be gathered and then shipped In the most utrlkindlv handsome Rirls of 3A 1 b 6 C s
Me tndrvle eedn a .E .Mcakl.Lt 3 4 5 i5,Ct f
__ L I --' -' --' -~-"-----ru rl_ -
(Est. M. Luckey).Lots 9 and 10, blk 20. City of
Pensacola .......... .. 4
J.K I wtaL g et 81,...Lote 16, 17, 22, 28. 24 aad
6., blk 54, City of Pensacola.43
8. M Peason .......B ft of lot 17. W% of 18. of
8% blt 57, COty of Pasmeola4
J. . wlaget al...W 0 ft oflo t east 0 ft ot 8,
bll 58, Cty of Pe o ola.. ..42
Nic Nicholas....... Tt 14 and 15, blk 113, City of
Ntensacola ............ .42
W. Julian Wililam. .Lot 1, 2, East 10 ft lot 3. ut
10 ft lot 24. and of N 18 tt
let 85, blk 121, City of Ptb-
aols .. .. .. .. .. .. ..42
J. K. "wing. t al
also Gas Ladser.IlMe 14 and 15, blk 146, OCty
of Pensaoola .. .... .. ... 4
Ida Z. Brown......Lot 18, blk 145. City of Pea-
cola ...... .... .. ..42
W. D. Barry......North 90 ft lot 1 to 4, and of
Mst 5 ft of lot 5, bik 154,
City of Pensoohk .. ... ..42
J.K. hwtag,et Ma....l ot 1 to 5, 21 and 22, blk 147
CMty of Pensaola .... .. ..42
J. K. Ewing, et al. .TAts to 10 fract, 8% m t a
1ot B, bik 176, City of Pens-
co *a.... *.. .. .... .. .. *4
F. B. Lee-........Lot 14, blk 180. City of Peasa
cla ... .... .. .. .
J. K. Nwai. ct l. .North 95 ft lots 7 to 10 and of
W f lot t btl 196, City o
Pe-oola .. .. .. .. 42
Chas E. Herman.... Lots 1 and 2, blk 201, City ot
Pensacola ..... .. .. .. .4
C H. Bliss........Lot in SW Our. o oiMd 42, D
B. 20, p. 142, City of Penr
Mr. Mareaoomlri....jta 11 aad 1, ik. 9. Cty
M. G. BQI.........1..Lot ft.emt CaM
Aie by 40 ftf. to Baya,
S Cty af PeM"sol.. .. .. ..
Morris Bear, et. a.ulatI 1 to 1s, 23, Water
W.at, CRty of Psaacl....
r. R. Haygood......lt-85, B. a 25, Wter Froot, Cty
ft bmsftl. .. .. ...
M. A. Barn.........J 4 ad Mbst 9 ft. ot 3. a *
27, War Preat, City at
TV"* ** ** *8 *41
r Front, City of Pe.
.. l_.. ,. *.*.* U..
. T. DlA........ ,lart ,. t819, .
S L ~P aders..... to BL wtr
mm Stit WL 0, O ft a *t
-ci nacla. a
-- T. 60 -e. r n .. .. .. ... .. .. ..40
1a btl a a551 .2
F. L. I w*
: ansft nw
b* *. *. *. *. .. S
... .......*. m lt 9
.P ; L -c*. . .. sew ,
I& 3.L Ob v....... tf T,nb 11 d1% ..ii
-l ef P- -
I& L. M.k e B ro_. .lot notW. 119 ctit at ii-
a .. .... ... 1N 3
htPiatdS .i28W2B 30w
-.- *.- . ... . .6 35 0
R. A. Oumfl.........LAts to 11 .)it V htM
IJ 3. Dhis. .......Aby,6 ot 111 1 S IAk 119
M .. Ct f Po..23 B 30
L IlV &....... Lt bk 4, City of PCH
S-# ... .. ...... .. ..2.8 2s 03w
W. A. att....... W4t Jts to 1 1 Ity of
Oncityot .. .. ..m....... 28 2s 30w
P. A. nmdhw..... .mi k 10, Cttro Pe .s38 2S 3, s
Uay owA ..M..... .4 17 ,CV I Irias.. 80 i
ar otoe1.....45 l2 y mme Mta..8 2a SIO W
O. Ham.lton. .... a blk .1. Ct F ,,
So. A. ........ .. .. .. .. 2 s 30w *
a dtne .. ....S% kts 1t, Cst od, i e4, oly.2 s 30w
U a i T Cit street 1 e it i .. er.
MWr A. Sw ..... i1k 1, Dity 1 e ath Arpen S
lsol .....C.. .. .. .. .28 2 30w
G. 3 Efilta...R.. I bi k211, CMy CC PeuCMo2 Is 30v
A. i....... o ft W oMhot on' i
dem street by 150 ft e os.
blk 5. Dos. and lth Arpent.
City a Penacooa ...... 1
A. IL P4yn.......South 0 it W font on IRens
blk 4. Don. md 19th Arpent,
City of Pe .. .. .. n
Lois KMraer......Mat 25 ft of West 106 by 18
ft blk 4, Dm. and 19th Aro
peat, City of F rsaola .
Margaret Kelly....North 140 ft lot 11, blk 2. Don.
and 19th Arpent, OCty of
Pensaoola .. ........
L L. Pufeeu........1ft by t by S d a ft by 180
South front bhning 292 ft
from n cr. D B. 32, p. 34,
bik 3, Dmo and 19th Arpent,
City of Pensacol ...... II
Tho P. Ml.n...39 ft West trot by 7 ft, 201 t
North of Oovernmm t treem
bik 88, Don. and 19th ArpSt,
City of PensadIls .. .. .. .
Ulnknornn..........Lt 8 and E% lot 9, blk 46, Don.
and 19th Arpent, City of
Pesacosa .. .. .. .. ..; 1
(Est. L. Autrey)..% lot 25 and N% 26, bfn
46. Don. and 19th Arpent,
City of Pensaola ..... .. 7
Joseph L F. .uiun.
Gaurdln.......aot 49 ft 4 and 5, blk 2. Don.
and 19th Arpent, OCty of
Pensacola ..... ..... 5
S. M. Cross........ Arpents part NBI bik -
Cityof Peeacola.. .. .. ..4 As w 2
Unklowa...........40 by 115 ft or lot 1, blt 87,
SW cor. and 00 by 125 ft,
216 ft ot Oliv St., blk, G
City of Pena ola.. .....42 2s 30w 5
(nst. LGcyCark).. Noth 60 ft lots 1 sad 2, blk
7, City of Paesaola.. ....43 as 30w4
Whitfeld Dapant...Lots 8 and 7, blk 7, City of
Pensaeola ... ........ 42 2s 30w 4
C. W. JOl-oM......Lot 2 and 8 2 ft, 6 Inobes of
lot 83. blk 10, City of Pens
olW .. ................ 4 2s 30w 10
Mrs. MaryKltteM ly 80 ft N flot by 125 ft or N
125 ft of lot 1. NW Cor. blk
., CMy'of PenMaosla.. ....42 3s 3- 14
Richard Morihr....Lot 12, blk 13, City of Pensa-
cola ..... 42 230w 2
D. H. Wilson.......Lot 13, blk 18, City of Pensa-
cola .............. ..42 s 30w 3
J. K. wlng.........t 2, 3, blk 14. City of Pen-
saeola ........... ..43 2 30w I
Unknown..........lot 31, blk 18, City of Pensa-
ola .......... ... ...42 2 30w 4
J. K. Ewlin, et e1...Lots 1. 2, 3, blk 18, City of Pen-
sacola .... .... ......42 2s 30w 1
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Ifyou know much about breweries you will be
surprised and pleased with the cleanliness of
ours We take every precaution which hy-
gienic science and conscientious brewing have
ever devised to prevent infection of our
Every bottle several presses of cleaning and inspect
tion, and when is put tough a long, slow process of ster-
ilization and pstuei last 1 1-4l hours, at temperatures
which make germ life an il~qisbiity. Drinkers of draught beer
are equally piotAoed. Every keg weuse is first lined with pitch
under prsiSe, which leaves it as porcelain, insuring purity
and the total preservation of its rich, rare flavor. Amerian
Queeu wi t "t make youe bi It strengthens the nerves
and body with pure, natural vegetable food, easy to digest.
wp it us 5' A&pow dud "a r *rt &aghoke do", d moam
ACHE 4EMWaNG CO.fcon, Ga.
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TR YING TO PROVE
WILLIA MS INSANE
(Conlmnled fronr Pagn 4) kind since. The revolver soad de- ness had not said "It I killed Mr.
fendant had been charged and the White I am sorry, but for the others
;ia: questions rta*,o :c (,upa- price of same was 6.00.' Defendant I don't give a d-."
Sr.. ti ,", '~std rha: a- i. .i; had attempted to purchase another Defene then asked that Dr. J. A.
:: : 1Willan. Thsco, A. Son revolver trfm witness but the latter McDonad be called as ..ctitness;
1 :,ad received a revolver fro,: de- had refused to ell it. Defendant had, sheriff called him and reported "no
: -.:: and allowed him a cr ,:: of however, secured the platol and taken answer." Defense then asked leave
:. : a."'c nn: which ., ;:!a,- i: away with him, retdning posses- to put him on the stand If he should
i wring *he firn. The revolve-r son of it about 15 minutes. Defend- come in during the progress of the
.- -. ,\:. :o w!ne..ss hby defndal n n ant had later returned' the revolver to trial, to which the state interposed no
w:i.'. .-:ure and wa- aUbe- witness at John White's store. objection.
( M d by rohnocn & Smu. Wit.- 'tness s asked uader what cir- The defense then rested ts ease
r ..a:ed that defendant' had pro. cumstantes defedant obtained the There was some argument over the
r ". revolver from soim pla,, in i'volver by the state, and defense ob- evidence given by C. P. Bobe at the
and had not taken it fnm j(-c!ed to the question. The objection coroner's inquest, a portion of which
S-.OL when tendering it to wit- wa- sustained. The twry was ordered defense desired to offer in evidence.
:c retire from' the room while the at- The state objected but finally with.
B. Forbes t. rneys argued upon the matter drew the objection and the testimony
Fr ae. said that he had sold a State's Attorney Kehoe said. In argu was allowed to go In. It was rela-
d cfendant on Ma "'9 urnt. that the state eupeeted to show tire to what defendant had said to
sld him nothuo hehat defendant had tendered a check Mr. Bobe after he had been placed
.- sd him nothg :he in payment for the pistol and that Mr. under arrest and was being taken to
S- rlorbes declined to take it; that Wil- the jail.
YELLOW M RE liams had said they couad take that -W
Y Lor nothing and had walked out of the Witnesses in Rebuttal.
store with the pistol; the intent be- J. K. Quarles was then called by
ing to prove that defendant habitually the state in rebuttal, for the purpose
*4OUSEMOLDERS CAUTIONED., carried a pistol and whether he was of proving the mental condition of the
really insane or was only a vicious prisoner and proved a strong witness
Disnfect Your Premises. person. The court ruled the testimo -for the state.
Tr h'xnrt a teal hful home and pre ny lnadmissable. Wtness had known William F. Wl-
S ,'as. purify the cellar, clos- Attorney Marwell then moved to liams for about 5 or 6 years and had
e .' L~, ,iramu. dusty or damp cor- ltike out that portion of Archie Wil seen him nearly every day for the past
F devlop. with Patt's Chlo- Williams had sold out hia bimtess in stopped at the store at noo daily to
a odoriess. colorless' Century. State's Attorney Kehoe and accompany Mr. Nix to dinner. It was
... f afn which destroys Attorney A. C. Biount argued against upon these occasions that witness had
d:,Wafpe-breediudng mat- the motdo. 'The oourt ruled in favor seen Williams. He had frequently
r- \" .. 'a-th ten pants of of defense and. when the jury return- talked with defendant but had never
t O* ,s hoao.oi Use. it ote less e to the court rm tmstruced them noticed anything peculiar about him.
*'" 5 cents a quart Sold every. not to consider that part of Archie Q.-Were yo in town the day John
' ;T. -r h':. Prepared only Williams' testimony in regrd to the White was killed?
SH r-. ::-- N Y. itulw date he disposed of the boe'is in A.-Yes, sir, I was.
question. Q.--Had yoi seen Williams that
Se-.gner. whn looks af-
Si *:: : f mnen of irregu-
z'. awakc at nights-
S -~ .--'.nkig out new
S" r r:y clothing
S" : one-Stout. long-
'- -. '" ahort-lean man.
:*- ,".n-s a re perfect and
a--' wi-h *h service
*' r-rhacn tailor. Extra-
.xtr -in men may
Sat $7.50 to $15.0
;r' s between. The
~~- & t e newest and the
.- .- :? per:ecL
't ~'~~f yo-u have an
Su can : be fitted.
Sh Pay More?
H. 0. ANSON
Jas. C. Van Pett.
Mr. Van Pelt, being recalled by de-
fense. stated that e had talked with
defendant the day dbowta the kllng
of John White. Wtaeas had asked
him what he was in Jail for and Ge-
ffndant replied that he did not know;
if he had killed Joba White he didn't
know anything about It.
Q.--Hd you ever given this defend-
ant permslon to carry a pistol and it
so when was that permission given?
A.-- gave him permission to carry
a plstol between the store and his
Q.-Did he state why he desired to
have the privilege of carrying a pis-
Q.-What was the reason given for
making the request?
tate objected t to the question and
the objectiO was s Mtmed by the
A.-- saw him, I suppose, about 20
or 30 minutes before the shooting.
Q.-Where was he?
A.-1 saw him standing in front of
Nick's restaurant. id Dansby was
Q.-What happened then?
A.-He asked as to have a cigar.
Q.-How long did you talk with him
at that time?
A.-Two or three minutes.
Q.-Anything unusual happen at
A.-Not that I know of.
Q.-You saw nothing about him out
of the usual?
A.-I did not.
Q.-Could you tell whether Or not
he was drunk at that time.
A.--He didn't seem so.
After reiterating some of the test-
mony already given witness said Wil-
liams took out a blank check and
cross EaxmmJtlom. made it out for the sum of one dol-
Q.-You say you ad gtvea him per- ar. Defendants' hand was steady
mission' when the check was being filled out.
A.-Yes, sir. Defendant subsequently handed the
Q.-What do -F ieMS by perpis- ceck to a boy who was behi the
sdon? cigar counter.
.-I appoited him a special depu- Court then took a recess on account
ty. of the severe thunder storm, It being
Q.-At the time John Whte was impossible to distinguish what attor-
killed was he KiD A special deputy? peys and witnesses were saying ow-
A.--No, sir. mg to the noise.
Q.--ads y take the permission Cong rt Reconvoise A r
awa from him? Court Reconven A r R
A.-Yes. air. After the recess counsel for defend-
Witnes said that it bhad been re- ant objected to any testimony rela-
ported to him that defendant was in tive to what the check contained,
a dispute with Conductor Mead Wil- holding that it should be introduced
o and' that the authority of Wii. in evidence if it was desired to prove
liams as special deputy sheriff had anything regarding It. The objection
been revoked o daty following that was overruled and an exception taen.
on which the report of the trouble Examination of witness being con-
was received. tinued he stated that he had noteeu
Witness stated that defendant had witness from the time the cigar was
told him he hal Io recollection of kill- purchased by Williams until he saw
ing John White and that If he had him in court excepting wie he saw
killed h he was sorry# o"r It. Wit- defendant in custody of ofcers, I,
Bess had =de a o M ttia regarding mediately after the shoottg belag
the other two be Idl t bi t aid he taken to the county aiL WItes weas
VM rMy t db i *m ary. w it- th staadimg a I rot Ce ~'fe1s6
I tt tn oosao lt m.. a ttkllL
a Mft M~~e hd D. D. to IhM alM
~ ~an ars. w
I m -saara i iltots ral rol d s-a
rqt-vaodilandaltbi FVas evr esaef
i" "e like bInould mualy ias bth
esarlamet rem4aieKr wssrd
lOkN d hay curated ab m odatlltn tWf
oatm happier b- mm beig.
Smie is oramt T.h uef. Da. The as
a ntr V s 3 An a estoni h
Rem edya. twill benthe pamo lakn
"Write the Medical Department, D.
D. D. CmD. Prn Cripcon haor f *oree
1amlied ladorsmeeet. For a loasperiod
abtected have created a senm
WMmanity. If you avea ar election
station and advice."
Sa happin'sharmn being.
store on South Palatox street, near
Zarragossa, to where he had prceed-
ed immediately after leaving _WII
lars at Nick Apostle's rletarant
About 20 or 30 minutes had elapsed
and the cigar which he had lighted
at Nick's place had been only half
asar Cahn, son of Sol Cahn, stat-
ed that Williams had entered his
father's store Just before the killing
and purchased a package of gum.
Witness had frequently seen defend-
ant and had talked with him almost
daily. It was the custom of defend-
ant to come into Mr. Cahn's store as
he had a regular account there. On
the occasion la question witness had
noticed nothing peculiar in the actions
of defendant and had not noticed
whether or not he had been drink-
ing; witness exhibited no indications
of drunkenness at that time.
When John White was killed wit-
ness was standing on the sidewalk
in front of the store; he heard the
pistol shot. Witness had never no-
ticed anything peculiar in the conduct
James Nix, being recalled by the
state in rebuttal, said he had been
working with defendant for about four
years; on the day of the killing he and
defendant had spent nearly the entire
day checking up the clothing stock in
Mr. White's store. He had not on
that day nor at any previous time no-
tioed anything peculiar in the actions
of defendant. If defendant had been
drinking on the day of the killing wit-
ness was not aware 9f the fact.
Mr. White, upon being recalled, said
he had been intimately associated
with Williams in a business way for
several years. During that time de-
fendant had been employed as a clerk
in the store of Mr. White's father. He
had seen defendant every day and had
never noticed anything peculiar in
G. J. Morgan.
Mr. Morgan stated that he had
known defendant for about fifteen
years; had not been intimately asso*
dated with him, but knew him in a
general way; had seen defendant as
often as twice a day on many occa-
sions and saw him once nearly every
day. During the fifteen years of his
acquaintance witness had never no-
ticed anything peculiar about Wil-
llams; nothing that would in any way
E. Mead Wilson.
Wr. Wilson stated that he was a
conductor in the employ of the L. &
N. R. R.; he had known defendant,
whom he identified; he was also ac-
quainted with John White. Mr. Wn-
son recollected some trouble he had
with Williams one Sunday night en
rcute from Cantonment to Pensacola,
but cold not fix the exact date as
January 15. He had not noticed that
Williams was under the Influence of
liquor at that tlme, but subsequently
defendant had a4ipgised for his ac-
Lions upon that ocaion and had ex-
cased said actions upon the plea that
he (defendant) had been under the
Influence of liquor at the time.
Court'then adftihmed until S-p. m.
W. K. Hyer, Jr.
Mr. Hyer was the first witness call-
ed at the afternoon session. He test.
fled that he was a passenger on a train
from Mobile to Pensacola In either
January or Flebrary and that Mead
Wilson was conductor of the train.
There had been qome disturbance on
the train. The day following Wil-
liams, the defendant, had mentioned
the disturbance to him and apologised
therefore, as Mr. Hyer was accompan-
ied by some ladies when the trouble
ued to fsy ouwd by
D. D. D. rtrui
Read thir truthfaul letter from a
woan who has bea throoqh tLe
J. C. Jones.
Mr. Jopes, the dispatCher who re-
lieved Mr. Oampbell, said that he was
on duty from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. on July
7; he was acquainted with William F.
Williams, the defenadnt and that de-
fendant hid not practiced telegraphy
during the hours he had been on duty
that day or any other day.
Percy 8. Hayes.
Mr. Hayes, upon being recalled,
said that Joseph Bobe was Jailer at
the time witness visited the Jail im-
mediately after the arrest of Wil-
liams: witness could not say that Mr.
Bobe was intoxicated, but stated that
he appeared to have been drinking
some. Witness first noticed the
fumes of liquor while ascending to the
cell where defendant was confined;
be had not noticed the smell of liquor
in the office of the jail when he first
STATE OONCLUDiE ITS CASE
AND IBGINS ARGUMENT
The state then announced its case
concluded and a recess of 15 minutes
was taken to allow attorneys for state
to confer relative to the argument to
be made before the Jury. Consider
able more than the time specified was
consumed before the state was ready
to proceed but, a few minutes after
6 o'clock C. Moreno Jones opened the
argument on behalf of the prosecu-
As soon as the taking of testimony
was finished the mother and wife of
defendant entered the court room and
took seats behind the defendant. Both
were outwardly calm and collected
and appeared to take great interest
in the proceedings. The prisoner sat
in a strained attitude during the argu-
ments and watched them attentively.
He still had the fan than he had been
toying with all day and handled it
nervously as the arguments proceed-
C. Meree Jones.
ocurd. sd ant had stated that
he bha had a lew drinks that day,
wbick was br*oslbe for his ac-
MltHo .L Frank.
Mr. rank Itesified that he knew de-
feadant and had livted within 1H0
yards of hima Ir nearly 5 years. He
had seen defuedant almost daily and
had never noteied anything strange
about his conduct.
Or. F. Brue.
Dr. Bruce stated that he had made
an examination of the defendant, Wil-
liam F. Williams, as physician for an
insurance onmpany on July 30, 1904.
He had questioned him relative to his
antecedants and himself, but had dis-
covered nothing indicating insanity.
Mr. LeBaron is manager of the
Western Union Telegraph office in
this city; had held tnat position for
about twenty years. The only other
Western Union office in the city was
a branch office at the union depot.
Witness said the office hours on week
days were from 7 to 11 p. m. and, upon
the 7th day of July, 1905, the office
had remained open during those
This evidence was adduced to dis-
prove the statement of Andrew Mil-
ler, brother-in-law of defendant, that
the oice was closed on July 7, and
that he and defendant therefore went
to the depot for the purpose of allow-
ing defendant to practice telegraphy,
thus accounting for defendant's pres-,
ence at the depot at the time Consta-
ble Bobe and Edwin Dansby returned
trom Century after making an inves-
tigaon relative to certain articles
alleged to have been stolen. Witness
stated that defendant had, at different
times, visited the telegraph office for
the purpose of practicing telegraphy.
Mr. Campbell, a train dispatcher
employed by thL. & N. stated that
he knew defendant and that defend-
ant had been in the dispatchers' of-
fice at the inion depot, but had never
practiced telegraphy there as students
were not allowed In the office except
with express permission of the Chief
Dispatcher. On July 7 witness was
absent on a vacation, having left the
day previous; J. C. Jbnes was work-
ing in his place at that time. Witness
testified relative to the location of the
yad ofmce and the sub-station of the
Western Union at the depot.
T. A. Bowman.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Drggt and hApioMeca. 121 S & lfmx.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vke-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Henry L. Covington, 8. J. iToshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, W.H. Milton, Jr,
SO . Maura,
Frank .eilly, W.. L Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. Mcounrin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. B. Brawner, McKensle Oertina
C. W. Lbmar, Alex McCowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firma Soloctod
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
WM. H. KNOWLES, President
THOS. W. BRENT, Aest. Casher.
W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cah.
W. N. ROBERTS, AsAt. CMasher.
NA TIONA L BA NK,
of Peneoola, rFl.
F. C. Brent, W. A Blouat, Wia. H. Knowles
V. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent
FOUEIIu M DOMESTIC EXSIANIE MINT A lOUl
We draw our own Bills of Ex-
enange on Great Britain, Ireland,
ermany, Frane, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
ether European countries.
Vesels disbursed upon the foset
Favorable Terms, and their obli
nations taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ve.
sel Arrives there.
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
e fvlng Depattment-Jnteret Pael on De
posits at Rlte of 4 per oeent per Annum.
L. HILTON OG1BKN, ?luaIuo. T. 2. WELLES, Vics-aPuDns".
I. M. Immm.L, CaIsUa. xMANSWriZID MOxO, AsT. Osaisa
Citizens National Bank,
of Peausol, Florida.
Qe.W WrtAt. Morrn Bar, T. 3. Welles
i M.RoMasoa. L. Hilton Green.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
uese.esessseue -;----;ess===sess; eeeee.4
SJS. RESE, President. E.W. MINOI, Cashier.
R. IT. CARY, Vice-President
THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA.
Dirsotor-L. J. Reeve, J. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alembete, t. A. Jenning.
TRANBACTB A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPICT 'TUL1 SOLCITUD.
Mr. Jones made a severe arraign- "" -
meat of the defendant, characteriz-
ing his action as murder of the most (Continued from Fourth Page.)
od-blooded and premediated type. He
went over the evidence adduced by the 8
state with the utmost detail and
scouted the idea that defendant was Name. Description.
mentally unbalanced, redlculing the
theory advanced by. the defense that rJ
the killing was due to temporary in-
sanity. sU the a ttons upon which
Inesnity were sufficient proof of men- o SW1 of SW.... 5 Sn 30wi
l inc petency thens Mr. Jons Susan McDonald.....60 ft. front by 105 ft., 200
g inompeteny r. ,s ft. Soth of NE Corner of
K uambia.'county wa full of lunatics. t. oth of NE Corne of
He vividly portrayed the scene that SW.I of SW% .......- 5 Sn 30w % I
occurred In John White's store on July TIllian B. G ttin......0 ft. E. front by 210 ft., 30
18 when the witness, entering the ft. s f NE Corner of SW
store, had shot down John White andi r of 8W ....-- ...... t 5 5n
dwit Dnsbay and attempted the life! JW. WWhite........0 ft. K front by 10 ft., 717 ft.
of James White and Ernest Elliott' 8 .of NE Corner of SWT of
without as much consideration as an l. .. .. ......-..-.. ...._ 5 Sn 30w- I
ordinarily mln wouid ,give a dog. 1J. 1. Campbell.........0 it. A. front by 210, 360 ft.
Mr. Jones dwelt at considerable, S. of W B Oor. of SWIA of
length upon the purchase of the re- "W_ W_- . .. .. ...... 5 5 a1w
over by defendant and the fact -hat! W. J. Pace..........Soutbh 37 ft. lots 8, 9, 10, blk.
he was dldeutly watching the move.' ,New City of Pensacola..
meats of Bobe and Dwsby when they L. Boley.... .-.. .,.All tract. bik. 165, Belmont
returned ronm OCeutry. The deed of ANBrtWlg. City of Pensa-
Willtams he denoumeed as the most olla,....... .. ......... 19 is 3w
dftaole ina t4 history of Pensacola L. Boley...........Lot- : 2bik. 93, Belmont num-
aik to -vdlclt of murder brt ". City of Pesuaola..U 2 is 3&W
-. -- .T. Whiting...... TAt. .ik.., a e. oat BIB-s
4ON. ?ag 85) beating, City of Ptmneo.. 1s I- '0v
ii ..'_ L -* > .?, '
f .< *,* i-*
'.`~ -l.*?* '.
* .- , *.. -
ON RAINY DAYS, .
Don't get wet, and catch cold and ruin yO
clothes by coming down for dr star goods
Just telephone us.
Our maessger will call for prescr~iaks ad
deliver the medicine.
Or, tell us just what you want, and we will send
If in a hurry our telephone will save y a lot of
Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
W HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND MNCB
WE HAVE BIIN IN BU8INIB.
Mr. Bowman said he was employed
as telegrapher in the yard office of
the L & N. R. R. and had been so em-
ployed for a period of about 18
months. he had known the defend-
ant about 10 years and defendant had
frequently visited him in the yard
office, but had not practiced further
than listening to the clicking of tne
telegMrph instruments, as It was
against the rules to allow anyone to
operate the telegraph keys but regu-
lar operators. He recollected, final-
ly, that defendant had on one or two
occasions used the telegraph line to
inquire regarding trains, but had not
made a practice of using the line for
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I ^ -'-.';
fI - .-
TH* pENSAq1LA -JoWrN AL, FRIDAY MOrNING.q A#Outr'F-t 1, 19
-- -- ~~~ ---- --i-~
-- sf WiMl wpEOPLE AND EVENt j IlllPPRS IRE
- __.. ,l aOm r i C GHT
I' sIs as se r- -e ben,bard mId Done Among Those hoome | InOne V f Ub bU
d u"0a111 thoadaoffA od T r w mnI and Society. Here and Bi at e | I a1
a women hre ben rataWd to w .
anltkh by Lydia K. PhLonkans Vege PI
a. Their lettersares a h r
--Iatonbheam'a octe, and prow t a NOUTY. few other thga she had b been think
t I m h t of Lar Number of Them amt Beingtb
ti grcet =i s and W th burnished staff and jeweled delighted with the activity and liberal cal ah. traes ocSre worry i
S ote and crwn spirit ofrthe board, and ev eni sh.le ti.. uof at of atae
Whyheas Lydia Pikham's Vege BY merest ascdent of birth ad been disposed to run things there and ae ta Is like mat rom tened Of Pmdid
table Compound a polished its wide. One of the mighty kings of earth. would be no occasion when the afore- iv tb skin sofl lear and vely.
sprrad results for good? said things were in the hands of such o w is ear eored by lh Medi at Fraernity.
pWhy has it lived and thrived ad "s better far intelligent and zealous citisena. She ha m e e t in Red snappers in large quantities are
one is glorious work for a quarter of To follow honor's stark her epature after shaking M youthful at forty and fifty as they were Leing caught in Pensacola bay, and
a century? A simple knight of chivalry hands all around, held a levee of her as twenta also uned by men with hesame thou e artie who have loct-
Simply and surely beaseoftsster- Than prince in only naae to be- special partisans and friends in the onDd r'ts-ul. B r' althoh he parties ho have lh are
lingworth. The reason no othermed. More precious than the finest gold, corridor and on the steps and went r i'EL: BLLCKHI'W AD. PIVMPL" eep.in the matter rather uiet,there
itne has even approached its sucessa A stalwart heart of tender mold. away the queen of Roslyn, LA I. As W AI ~ . 5A. iALL OX P keeping the matter rather q t, sth
s plainly and positively because there -Kathleen Kavanaugh, in New O old Deacon w bersldes, the moderator, 0 '. adeal' "tIs.Ro Iv r o x 01 neveout each qda and all seem to
s no other medicine in the werld ao leans States. put on his hat to leave he said out (UALNTBt. r. eb ccessful
good for women's ills. ,_ loud, "B'gosh, we're going to have the ror sale by leading draggists ,r seat eS as. ud ans
S one e MRS. HERNANDEZ. best school on Long Island and don't direct RY EM Some years ago that ground was anr
The wonderu pow=rYouforgtAN t ...Tma Tim aon E. R. BERRY CHEM.ICAL CO., excellent place for this kind of sport.
the diseases otwomakind i otbe GIVE EUCnHE-LOTTO. :you forget It. --Tampa Times. Dept. St. Louis. Lut during a storm the portion of ai
ase it is astimulant- nost because itis Mrs. Hernande gave a inost enjoy- P' tio'a IAok mefled freeupon request, wreck by whicn fishermen took their
a palliative. but simply because it is able euchre at her home Wednesday Mr. Claude Richards young son of bearing,, was carried away and for
the most wonderful tonic and recon- evening. After six games the prize structor ever discovered to t* directly were awarded. Miss N. Bell winning; and about, quite recovered from a tea'- LET FURNISH This was off Perdido wharf, and now
upon the uterine system, positively the first prize, a fine linen drawn work o us siege of typhoid. it has again been located.
c wrG disease and displacements and hank-.erchief made by Miss Jula Her-1 YOUR There was probably only one or
restoring health and vigor. nan'ez. Mr. W. Willa "played lady-'. Miss Mattle May Kelly of Vauxhill. two persons i3 the entire city who
Marvelous cures are reported trom nd cap!urned ttu lady's booby prize is in the city guest of relatives. IC E C R E A M knew the location of the spot during
a partsof the country by women who a'pearl paper knife. I i this period, ani they kept the matter
bave been cured, trained nurses who l won th ntl m a profound secret. Recently. however-
bave witnessed cures, and physicians Mr. B. Bell won the gentleman's Miss Crane of Baltimore who'has kING UP they were watched by parties who
who have recognized the virtue in st przea beautiful pture and r. been visiting her cousin Miss Kessler, wre anxious to locate the grounds,
ldia E. llnkhams Vegetable C L. Bell the booby an orange wood! has gone home. wr 1. Fetr an i w n thlev doae tnhe cr ands
peund, and are fair enough to give paper knife. I o OI 1iamIFactor and when the bea d ropped anchor and
eedk where it is due. If physicians ottto was then enjoyed ana! after! Mrs. Lightfoot-Oh, wait a minute, bgand now siver doein are ackuaint-
dred to be frank and open. hundreds four games Miss L. Pfeiffer was Mr. Sharpe-on't drive yet. My PHONE No. 1104. d ow eeal on course the
f them would acknowledge that they awarded the ladies first prize a beaL- husband is still on the green. Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona St ha een catch te
eestantly prescribe Lydia E. Pink- tiful drawn work centerpiece also Mr. Sharp-Never mind. I'll risk CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY parties who had been catching trne
hamb' Vegttable Compound in severe made by Miss Julia Hernandez, and 1- For if I do bowl him over, why, QUANTITY. snhen they found tserat ty had been
ases of female is, as they know by Mr. J. Santo the booby an onyx paper I'm ready to replace him any time.- watched nd the ground located.
experience that it will effect a cure. weight. Punch. Some excellent catches have been
omen who are troubled with prful Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Hernandez a:.- uc Some excellent catches have been da
o irregular menstruation, backache. ternating at the piano, Mr. Moore at made there during the past few days,
bloating (or flatulence), leucorrhea. the cornet furnished music for the k Harve county Kansas, idoer OLIVE ome o the snipers landed weih
falling. inflammation or ulceration of dancing which followed till a late k hs second we omeand intr- ing itI i s aid, as much as twelve
the uterus, ovarian troubles, that our. d iced her to the children by saying. pounds.
"bearing-down" feeling, dizziness, Those present were Mrs. Gonzalez '"This is our new mamma."
faintcess. indigestion, nervous pro issues N and M Bell. Mis L. Pfeif They loke at her critically and the
rediat action tow to ad of the serious Eta .Muller, Msses J. and I. Hernan- ist you could 'o, papa?"-New York Olive, Aug. 17.--On account of ba.l DLUIg Org IllUG |l
iatin t ar off theserou s ,Etta Mullerisses J. and 1.Iierna n-Ino "Is that the Special to The Journal.LUFFSPRINGS
consequences and be restored to health d essrs Moore tr a.ne weather the meeting of the Olive Bap-
and strrngth by takiug Lydia E. Pink. t.st church was posponed until SatR ya
hands Vtrengthley takingLydiaE. Pinky, L. and B. Bell. H. miller, J. Santo,' t.st church was postponed until Sat- -
whars Veg table CMPik n. An yway, Willa and L. Borras. Mrs. Will Favourite of Gulfport is urday at 11 o'clock. All the member
write to Mrs. Pinkham. Lynn. IfCua., ^ a visiting her parents, are requested to be present. Satur- Special to The Journal.
fordvi fr nalwaIS ADDIE JOHNSON'S day night at 8 o'clock preaching and Bluff Springs, Aug. 17.-There is a
S--- -f ---_ BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. Mrs. A. H. Payne of Pensacola, who Sunday at 11 o'clock and.also Sunday railroad crew here building section
. has been the guest of Mrs ght at 7:30 by our pastor, Rev. A. houses, which will be occupied by the
_Ae be teAuetWfMr. ame
where the best is
All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell
Crabs, Western Meat.
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
The Gulf City Maret
Baylen and Interdenc;.-
W. 1. HFiligi, Pr peto r
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL
TRY AND GAME If: SEASON.
PHIL JONES, MANAGER
This may done
at little expense,
with a few well-
framed pictures on
the bare walls.
WE FRAME PICTURES JUST
AS YOU DESIRE.
We carry a large
line of moulding for
Gem Book Store
C. uL Jd=a Prp
U North PaWoK
POMPT AMND FFPCI NT
WORK CAMJ POU PAD
MEMaIWIsuP RAT M POR
K. L. REESC L. 1 WHITES
Miss Addie Johnson entertained U ne ltM gt s t o rs. uamuei
thirty of her friends very pleasant Payne for some time has returned
Tuesday night in honor of her birth-i ome ampa Tribune.
Music and various jolly games were Particular bcusekeepers who have
enjoyed as was the ice cream, cakes used Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla
and lemonade served during the, Extracts longes' like them best.. Ask
evening. your grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon
Miss Johnson received numerous and Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors
handsome gifts and many wishes for perfectly.
happy returns df her anniversary.
V/ONDERFUL WOMAN! Prize for Prettlest'Baby.
Roslvn, L. I. has just had a sensa- A prize wil be given to the prettie.;t
tion in which Mrs. Clarence l. Mac- baby in attendance on the occasl)n
k*,-i whc Mrs.... lrec H, Mac- ",oof the picnic and 4ance to be give:
kay was the central figure. It was of the picnic and dance to be give:i
not the kind of sensation that rich. rAust 18, by the Rathbne s
and handsome young women are so ters. See the ad. in today's paper.
and handsome young women are so
often responsible for, but one that
might be duplicated wth profit in ev- Excursion Friday.
ery community of the land. Mrs. Don't forget the regular Friday af-
Mackay's summer home is in Roslyn ternoon excursion on tug Monarch.
and she looked around to see what These trips are beneficial as well as
she could do to advance the interests enjoyable.
of the pleasing little community. Her
eyes fell on the public school. It was Summer Food.
woefully behind the times, one of those Mackerel, cod fsh, herring and Dill
tew surviving places where the three kles.Thisear's crop all fresh at
Rs were worshipped as the only thing pc SENALU & GTEREWrS.
in education. The school board con-
sisted of a lot of old grey-bearded
fogies, and as the term of the oldest
mossback among them expired the
other day, Mrs. Mackay concluded she N I
would be a candidate for the succes- lew
The announcement raised a snicker
in the community and a broaoa laugh
in Gotham, but the woman was in
earnest and made a successful can- P i H oUSe !
\ass with the voters. The four old Piano H ous
fossils who remained on the board her
future associates, guessed, by golly.
that there would be no petticoat revo-
lution in the affairs of the district.
Well, the first meeting of the board We can save you money and satisfy
was held last Monuay evening. Mrs. you if you desire a flrst-class Plane.
Mackay came in and was duly sworn New Pianos from $100 to $600.
to discharge the functions of a trustee. Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
The venerable old fossil whom she smallest regular Piano made for young
succeeded tried to keep angry with and old alike, $100 to $175.
her and the fates, but she melted him It will pay you to call or write vua
down with a smile and a handshake.
She then proceeded to tell the other
members and the assembled crowd TUNING A SPECIALTY.
why she wanted to be on the board. .
She did not want to run things at all. PHONE 4I
She thought the school was a trifle
behind the neighboring Institutions, CLUTTER & RUSHII
and as a patriot' woman It was her CLUTTER & RUSHING
duty to try to get in line with the pro- .
Among other things, a kindergarten 1iL Gwermt Stret.
would fil a long felt want. She did PENSACOLA, .- FLORIDA.
not want to run things, but after a
three minute talk about the advantag-
es of a kindergarten, the talk drawing
expressions of approval from the big
crowd, she moved that such a course
be added to the school. It was car-
rled unantmoualy. bhe spoke then of I 01 mm
how pleasant it would be if there L t Y our,
were a lunch counter for the pupils.
She was so averse to running thing
that she would not move the estab-
Ishment of one, but she would submit I
it in at her own personal expense. da
The request was unanimously granted.
Mrs. Mackay being encouraged by
these marks of appreciation, made a
business-like talk on the advantage of D essev f
having German and Italian taught in
the Roslyn schools, so that when the be a Nepoi br o.
boys ann' girls went to New York to be a Neaoul n brc or
start in lite r themselves-as the fr m the Kal Icechream
larger portion of them did-they It wit be in ep with
would be wull equipped for business. It wle l n keepla wlt
he wa too new a member to take Ice Cregat me aip 'de
the lead in so Important a thing as vicious.
thIt but -she wonld be glad if aome
Imeuab wold make a motion on the
suJ e t o t wolM oe up for con-
ideraOIt Tpel of the members
stmet m e tUa German "_ -
and m ft be KitchenO
d addl K to the course ofCfe
MA~b O tf 011" t-A be
came ', e- "
o- *f tra I t a
..T S PHARMACY...
OPEN ALL NIGHT
LOWN Y'S CANDIES.
Another alpnent of Iresh Candles has Jut been re
ceived-1l-cent boxes to 3-pound packages.
BRUSHES AND COMBS.
We havethe prettiest line of Hair Brushes in the ri'v.
from 2 oents to $4.50. Baby Brushes from 26 cents 'u
$2.00. We sil the Unbreakable Comb. We mean by .-i.
that if the' comb breaks or is un-ttWkctory, you get an-
other one free.
(For Manuelcring.) They are
cents. Rosewood, 10 cents;
Just the thing for Silk
hoof-shaped and sell at 5
Eoonied, 10 cents; Pearl,
Hats. They are nobby, neat and
MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
HERE ARE SOME HINTS
of values just to remind you that our great big
ODD AND END SALE!
is still offering saving opportunities
in needful footwear,
$3.50 Ladie' trap Sandals, all styles, now ................ 227
52$50' Lades' trapn andals, all stvles. now.................. i. U
. countrymann. section foreman and his crew as soon ..--.
;Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Merritt are as they are finished. $3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxford, all styles, now .................$2.3
the happy parents of a ine girl. A third room Is being adde' to our 2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfordas all styles, now..............$1.96
SMrs. J. H. Davis made a pleasant public school building, and we are to! $6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................ $4.9
visit to Brent Sunday., have three teachers this coming school $5.00 Men's Oxfords, all style,. ......................... 9
.Miss Gertrude wanders was the term. $4.00 Men's Oxford, all style snow "......... ........ 9
guest of Miss Lifeie,Merritt Wednes- Mrs. R. W. Angle, of Inez, Miss. is 4'00 Men Oxfo a style now ..........................
day. here visiting friends. $ 350 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ............................
SMrs. Hendrix, accompanied by herl Mi-e', Children's and Boy' Footwear in same proportion u
al ". lIttle daughter. G4adys, returned to.
FI II f,- !her home In Pensacola Tuesday after! entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Muat be Sold, a jerry
B UL At Ia pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. along and get your share of the plums.
Mr. J. M. Pillingitm made a business
W trip to Atm6re. Ala., Monday.
Miss Hattle Jennnags, of Pensacola
Special to Th#'Jo~tnal.' is visiting relatives here ths week. M O O
Beulah, Aug. 17.-The quarterly Mr. Ike Puller, of McWilliams, Ala. MYS l C,
meeting last Sabbath was well attend- arrived Wednesday to take Mr. J.
ed, the church bbelig flled to its full Paly's place here as railroad agent l S2 th PulufoW Streett Feet FUrith 6iw FdkL
capacity.,at the moritog service., Pre- and operator, Mr. Daly having accept-
siding Elder Ham&tk preached an ex- e' a position at Molino. Fla.
cellent sermon from the 6th chapter Mr. Whldden* was here Wednesday
and 22nd verse of the Gospel by St. pouring oil on the water of the barrels -
John, deeribing th6 various motives on top of the depot. to prevent mosqui-
that cause men to join the church. toes. He is an excellent climber.
The lesson taught from the text, as Mrs. G. R. Sanders is not much; J sse F r chl io0 andl' an to
I understand t, was this: To be good better. She has had typhoid feverCo.,
tle motive must be good, and that the sixty-4our days. Pensacola, Florida.
motive good or bad would show in our Mr. George A. Hartwell is doing
daily lives, and have an influence on scme repair work on his premises to-
those with whom we come in contact day. We hare some Pianos on hand which har bew at only
for good or evil (surely are we our
brother's keeper.) The Sacrament of --- --- for concerts, coatnxettnt ceriss, etc. These Piano are
the Lords Supper was administered of the very best make and have always sold at from $450 to
at the conclusion of the service by A .. ''.
Elder Hammit, assisted by Rev. Ho- Good Food 500o. During the month of August we will sell them at
han, of otage Hill 12 or 15 of the $275 to $350. Every Piano fully guaranteed.
members partcip.ting in the service.
ev. oarrett. of Muscogee, also Tastes Good Will s on easy payments or a big cut will b made for
took an active part in the meeting.
Mr. Those. Barrineau and family, of and Does Good
the 8-mile, were present and remained'
until the conclusion programme. Try
Mrs. J. J. Benson, of Pensacolg,
who s making her mother, Mrs. Jesse French Piano and Oran Co
Bowman, near the Summit, a visit. a -a as as
...... .:nlr inp Idr e -- -- .... ..
attended the meeting and passed a
pleasant day among old friends and'
That the children under the careful
training of their teacher, Mrs. Annie
Bowman, did well and won the ap-
plause of those present was evidenced
by the words of praise heard on every
side for the little ones, ana' the part
they took added greatly to the pleas-
ure of those present. The dinner was
a success in every way. There were
at least 200 persons, young and old.
on the grounds, and there was
enough left to have fed as many more,
and If any one did not get dinner that
day it was not the fault of the ladies
of Beulah and the surrounding coun-
rr. George Davis is painting ana'
repairing and putting up new blinds
at. the school house, and fixing up
generally, as school will commence
the first of September. -
We would like to know just to what
extent the wide-tire ordinance affect?
us who have to do hauling to or
from the city. The way the ordinance
reads it will catch anyone, even a
person from another state passing
through the city. If it is meant to
apply only to licensed teams doing
heavy hauling in the city, why don't
it say so in plain terms. It will cost
from $18 to (20 to get our wagons fit-
ted with the required width of tires
and fellows, an expense that no one
In the country will willingly assume.
andc for my part I do not believe It
applies to, country folks or trancient
teams at all, and that His Honor, the
mayor, in his zeal has placed a wrong
construction on the law.
On Tuesday, August 22, the balance
of the bankrupt stock of Peter Delano
will be sold at auction at 607 So. Pal.
0to. F. MA onr Receiver.
A alW *.
Ltil up u- |Hum
10 days for a reason.
The largest assortment of
Pipes in the city. Big
consignment just received
and must be sold at once
to get them ont of the
CIICKWn GUMBO AND SPMGHEM I
SATURDAY NIGHT AT M OLOCK
resh Bread daily and
fresh Roasted Coffee. Ice
Cream and Oake order
for parties and weddings
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE.
GIVI YOUR HAULING TO
lerchats Transfer Go.
V Thor. S. Thorcsn, Prm .
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GOVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NItUrT.
p.o. Cox. 7..
W- w. WALL, manager.
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
OCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZE
ART Poi 1 IRY, OPTICAL GOODS,
Enravings ad rine St*turwy
Mil Orders Receive Prompt Attentia.
E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co
S-, NWAVrI IT, IT 1I THE BUST.
GREEN TURTLE SOUP!
Q O Quart Tinm, I5e.
SOM'TI+QU plW MOADEI Y THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
M1dERVES OF ALL KINDS. ,
ASM#f*W PfrDT AND LIMES IN MARAsCINOlia
.. ^ Co-hn & Co.
Tbe Sore tbs Feeds
:L Z ,mu s178 ani 480 Ae Poplt.
wner 1our Appetite
and then come to
the Old Reliable
. r- "
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MIORN-*IN AUGUST 1, 1 15-
Pam f ft -
S- -.--- ------ - -- ~ p- V ~ ~ --T -A V.: -- p- 4-
The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements
N ILA~IwrtueCmt ta it Is" tOan N~a
Spelatl rates by tthe mouth.
Men and women to "scour bte country"
and iad out they cn "dean up" good
money on real estate offering.
Homes on Easy Terms.
Buy one today. Every Jhead of a family
sh-uld begin now-0o buy a home. We
can stt you r g t.
Pensacola Investment Co.
&a. U wOPMRn ra V Mw
g..u. lEWLf PrrsiatR L 1. 6 lUKE. uwy.
J. L STUJ.MAW, V.-r'. w GeM. M-10. UNs mu T M rWuWW
now Es- td L me b-O-I ---
215 South P8lafex st t Ckft"-ft, FlmWa.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 33x120 feet, rents $7.00....$ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well.
located and good resurs .... $4:50
S-room house on East Belmont
street, a nice home............$1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $19 per mouth,
large lot, room for another
715 N. Baylen street............40.00:
304 N. Spring street.......... 15.00
21 West Romam a street........ 17.50,
314 E Strong street............ 17.50;
Dwelling near Stoddard's..... 12.50
31b% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or oflces.
706 S. Palafot street.
207 E. Government street.
L.S. BROWN & Co REAL ESTATE
200 Theisen Bd'g.
Will buy two houses and store build-
nlg, all separated but adjoining; prae-
tcally new; fine stand and establish-
ed trade. Owner desires to enter
other business. Stock of goods can
also be purchased cheap.
Gets two comfortable houses on E.
Wright renting for $21.50. These are
desirable places and will always rent.
$1000.00 cash, balance 2 years.
Ask for our Sale List
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A
HOUSE TO RENT?
We have two places close to city
and near Saunders Mill; 4 room
houses and splendid wells of water $6
6 rooms and bath, 610 E. Jacksou
217 E. Jackson St. $0.00.
At the lowest market rates on t- $10,000.00 to loan in small or large
proved or vacant city property. amounts.
fPone 8eal E uthae l yox.
Phone 87. 206 South Palatfox.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
WAs TED MtLP WANTWD For Sale 200 Theisen Bld'g
S k u r-eu io O rom WAo'mTND.-Woman, white or colors
o r ', Hi; wi h mo aern to stay on premin. Good home .i SA -Photoscope for sale at. "W SELL LOTS
.r th, o f iit; or first Oiee part-. Apply at 18 N. VeVllers. bargain price. A great money- ,
nrL N. S. -e Bl 17auglw. maker. Owner leaving country. Ap-,
1:u lanw I ply H. V. Oaraend, Hospital, Ft. Bar-, MIony to LIOan
w rM--y m a bout 18 ras10,000.00 for on t 8 er cent. i
S... par"wN- 1: ":.4"' ears old, t work in grocerystore.' 10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. in
Si a Address in own handwriting,staU GROW GISEN Large prots. terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.
aA- !'- ham's Grinseng Gartdea Zanesville, O. amounts from 500.00 upt
1.Q A-* l:: !WANTED.-Young man to clerk at. 1 U $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 pr cent.
-- Hooton's Pharmacy. Only one t. Interest. Tbos. C. Watson & Co. auog
v N. ,.: -on ; ffi work .ng who want to lear the bustne need AUTO-- ly run star months. eondMu.Y TUA -n-' raso e *a
SSaar 'apply. 12augl s ne. FIest bargain in second- at seay, or as good a l
r.: .-, ,, .onr- hand machine ever offered. See Dr t t~owet rate ll a g. _Lt
cn aaugt COOPER W-ANTUD--rToent Phllips, Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm*i IlSb belthladig
a' 'agt COOPER WMTO--Perma!ent p i-a
'.1T0 Tn ston for steady reliable white, ma. FOR SALE OR RENT-New modern m rws"el oab l
... .... ..%%:,b n ,. r,:as Must be sober and have good greer- twoetory reidec.e, good neighbor e r Lr a M W. W imP t e
S ,, t : h" wk or as ces. Address Pensacola Tar and Tur- .-ood E'.t Hl.. near cas.. A C. BfIki. .y seel JaJ. A. 'Umes
::,, : nr'::-,. il s W jo etine Co, B hemia, .Fl laUg, ley. Thlesen building. &Lug]' l e amet sasb
"'.~:, :l.r. o me, WANTED--aServt girl at oyce for e . SAIsC--Upright Kimball Plan esan m yl
ca Ig- general housework. Apply 318 W for sale cheap. Apply 1304a" ov- W O
11au-g2w, E-*Emont street. Sauglmm ernment S Tdaugm* IW .e Sab amo
\- i: -F.r, a rooms and WANTED-Agents in different cou.-
S... :r.g n. Must be ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe
e. 'Wr:. Addrvs. a. onCe "Per- and Look Co.'s Fire and sBuglar Proon
-I':' g,. .T:rr.a! laugww a ft -ltu t every
Si description. Wrte me for term
iScarrlt Moreno, Pens.coa, Fla.. Flor-
-Y: !:Rf \V NITBD aI No. 17 West ida State Agent. 28june
'*-",':, ch'.:. 2aug6w f
AN -To buy an etra Any intelligent persa
WANTEI-To bu au r ~n0 good income corir mpmdl for news-
S *: Pfsaco or in Santa papers, no canvastag; eperienee
S.' for cast. Ad- n necessary. Send for iarticulara
-" : ,r. Santa .Northe rn Pef Syndicate, Lockport,
FLA a Fla. &l2jlyl lm N. Y 12juaseta
NANTED-TLe Merchants Traduis
..u' "..: 'i. u :2;.,,g and hauling.
A.' : urdh l daranteed. T. B. Thor-'
~~a Pr. ~cPhone 476. slunelmn.
; FOR SA I -KiCl tha e rmm attmvw-
4 room house, reats $700........ 600
2 bouwes. etl $10.00.......... 80
Nest cottage. near Palaox...... 2360
3 houses, renting monthly
11.00 .................. ..11600 00
6-room cottage. East Hill
(New) ................... 100 00
3-room cottage L Romana ... 850 00
4 houses renting monthly
$3.60 .................... 16U0 00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................... 1750 00
1 block, nearOrphan's Home 800 00
4-room bouse W. Romana....$ 850 00
Real Estatk Bought and Sold. Rents
Coleefd. Money Loaned.
LESLIE E. BROOKS
204~a & Palafox, Fisher Building
DR. R. ,. IUCKNER,
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 7!V U. Palafox St.
Offie Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 6.
LAW, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
Attorney CdGmCoKlslorat Law
10 East ,Seernment Street
GemII Law PraUtle.
n em IM0 t li.n 'Id. Pheoe 734
WELSA & SMITH,
i orer a barrel of lack lime to-day. MONST LOANI)4 ab kts of DeNT TS
Phone 367. 4auglm I sm IProty opr n -.ort "eado FiMw hr BuNhlmg 2D south Palafox
ai;e ITm easy. Ja . Bullard. m Stret
FOR SALE-Beutiful block in New l South P talat, Phame PHONE 625.
City. Tract No.312. For cmh $60.1 Lao PH E 5.
Apply to A. M. McMillaun, Coutrt Housa. UjiTU& mo f u ar a I s o .h --- OI f ---
s -niasl row s __._6-u r ms > .
mue rsu Den tist .m Ii s
00 TO TURTON tor ail a 1e ms& pIoa Tfla LN0 Q*%m* I tf
Cameras loaded sad madtr Room Brent Building. Phone, 8a
o cht. Be eaM beLt Caot.u i' PaWS
vaqh is t gowiL a1 rem at-it lI---- I-
r a 402 S. PA OX ST.
AN.M.. VONDY TO LOAN OND1A || IA
PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS fo ctcesa se ir ad a U lM a l L
.... o,__,..., _,._j ,*tn. -_,, o S Coi f-- on w i m yl bt kowst Ite -
sale. Standard sia.. rompt ship- t- lert. Brain a a ren40med
ment. T. J. Whitted, Boatay, Fl. .
2jiyBlm .- .ll h nut of t.wn
FOR SAi --Soda fountain, stock of $ lo fll0l n amount O- wv
;VANL T buy for cash, a few confectioneries and cigars, located WALL TINTS by experts; ..result,,. p$en n t ant a at 7and ,
"buy-. for cash, atorsL ThfoeW.ALLTINTSby expert;
Aran National Eank n Palafox street Can be had at bar- guaranteed. Fairchild and Re, Pone o. .July 30th to be ab-
or.: -' price Address J. L. J., gain if purchased at once. Apply Es.- 1 uCoyl.I Ga_____
ar "r".. "13june2me cambia Realty Co. 15aug. sent until August
S t e I FOR SALE-Two pair ntra fne jOSrd aM d Room *. sent un l
iANTE- Your electric work lo aM FOR SAIA--Car load of ne Ten- young mules, sound and In good 22a I .
k; Let us ceD your sas. re-1 nesse- horses. Can be seen at Pou's condition. Also rDe Mhone Sd FOR RENT-NiMcy fr mashed ro..nn i .
0 r 7 .. O. '.. -Oau wiriLg, c. sabie. McMillan & Turton. 15aug. baker wagon..W. S. Garfield. 4june. eletr light phoe ad bath. Larg
S" :. ... E.lctric Co., front room, with bay window. 10 N.,
sJn CI L; cIa Lc Baylen streets FOR TRADE-Thirty acres of lanl. FOR SALE-One Choice block on top Palafox, Phone $5, 2 rings. 2tuglm* L. P L f PfC M D
LjUnelan 7% miles northwest of city, near of the ridge east of the electre
--. t-ard road, tor property on East Hill. railway, between 7th and 8th streets PARTIBB wo waS to rt hoWa, HOMEOPATHIST.
:o: S O & CO reI:red another Address W. P. B., care Journal. Nature has favored this section and t teams or anything else for tat Ofce at No. 7% S. Palafox, Blount
., :p:! imported pure olive oil. auglw* cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. mtter, wll d The Journal Wat Building.
. "a...w in tauion af gao, A4s a great b9. Olce BRoar-8:3 to 11 a. m, atd
7O SFOR SAI-GQood paying grocery, CHICKEN WHEAT pl duces at B T BOTEI-Opm neght and 2 to 5 p. .
cheap rent store. living rooms in Makes towls a cially WI flavored. bs ResMidene 10 North Palafox. Phone
'. --The people o: -PensacoIa connection. Store doing good cash The cheapest food to be toud & cn Tranont tprai e olltedt 5a a-tw rin. Oce Phone 65.
: ..a-e worrylu.. le: TLe JourSud ininess. Household furniture also Me!lec & Co, Phone 88. 97 loTn. thPalatO. omJ o icom, Sundays--Subfct O to calL
': Adt solve the problem lor yL. ior sale. Reasncu for selling, am leavr- .o *. -
-veipe' Ge"%et,. and can city ou account of sickness. Tele- FOR BAIA-At a eaclrtae ftrtt Pe ro
r a yon ar.e .3k.:ig for iT phone 1064. llauglw, store, stock ad accouata. Cal at t
d- aml the 3o0l' or 0. 1- .140 3. totdencdlae. 5) GitMi5s ll SS
S ;a FOR SALB- Barber Chairs for sale.
609 S. Palafo1 St. lauglm FOR SALE.--Cabin launch 44 t. long Notice of Removal.
NTE and t. beam. 2 inches drag ht. o I have moved my store to 34 Pal.
.07ED.-Hauling and transte speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber afox, where I will be glad to se my
-r' Ottt Phoae :;U. Resident e FOR SALE-South hall block 211, where I wi to my
:- P oe. A & Whi., 2-2 NId R SL- ou th gasoline engine in good order; ill ,customers. I have a full line of em-
!-90. Acosta Whlte, 2-. ... fting 400 teet on 13th street by, sat 40 passenrs; sell at sacrifice broidery goods in stock d also ne
na 25mcc 137-, feet on Bay View Park; also taken a once W. A. Smith, W broilery goods in stockk and also new
-- south halt fe block 211, frontier 400 aen ne. W. A. Smit,238 W. stamping patterns. Mrs. H. V. Reu
Acis o The Jurnrs ee on 14th St. by 137' feet on Bay Govern dll. 17augw
pecPensacolaan,, Panama Cia ~View Park. The only property adjoin-
4 .0t. whi ch wA rtlyappesr ing Bay View Park that Is now for' FOR SAL a.-t--tore and 7 room house. TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA
:.. hhlf-tone pcUres of ity,-: -a. The beautiful %iew down the Lot 60x100; city water. Titles 'per-: USES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly
.t- and special ene a baou 15ni dW 1thebay can never be fect; $3200.00. J. N. Andrews, 7 N., and promptly repaired, at F. B. B.-uce's
S-d.s at Journa, o&e.. a y Palafox St. hug. big repair shop. Send them down.
--- obstrue-ted A. V. Clubb. Biy. "9JlfS .yw
& L B:NGHAM wants your moving P.Ja' Box 637. i5auglw-
a&. L Ie a me all brO RMGULAR MAIL LN-Good cove
t:; :a. FOR Aob Hle b MOR e R N a ace for travelpng public. Dauy ear.
"- tW- Mprts t dIti. r see Wt afes ro RT vice each way. harom Chipley to Day.
Aw cash or r. tAie. A sal Ca f head. Addrea J. M. Tuggle Chipley.
':.es e elreen A, -taes Mchs. a.i FOR RBNT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar mtach
-6t A wasnte'd. e pay cask -den SL 13augw* MS TAT
. A L. O p. .X3. _D Yo ": den St. llauglwo REA seSTAT
hiAesC V. A + -- Db 11Oa aBl" rAL WTAT I a lpartst ocar .
reul td'-a FO RO- RRN -T-Lorraine Houe er o b the rond and we W
-t Cl Hayne and- Belmont streets. pply bUi your houe on long time pa,
t L-TAL BUSIN SSr r W. S. Orfeld. 1Iul mints D. Hale Wilson &
.1 and your b'sej m wll FOR SALE.-! a FiedPrs4 State Ageut TAILORIMNO- L Diamonad. ThIor.
S& Co D. ale W f. or. P e and Bualer sPo( Safes and FOR RENT-New Ave-room e, eae, clotuhg elamed. pre~md and
lauk Fixtures at all descriptions on ear line, corner 1th street and gpatred o a hort notie. Nao 11
S---r n manaut t Alpin* afe a~ tth avenue. Inquire at Turtma Phto West Government it.. Penesaoa, gA
S.ocik Comany of .Cbaeluaui. so gallery. Id l e
Lo Tr CCommuniate -With me for prices and --j -R T .at ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY
terms before yi alsewh er. Scar FOR -WNT. -s. per., '. be. 'r JT er ad, we w Uhri
S en FelowsHal.,a dritt MO o.'Paml0a, 51 cpied by Dr. W. S. al N.. W. C l aO
i&o' Od Fe lows hatl tad Br LaRna stVeet. Apply to I. XCary. d.* eta es
a r- rago:a, a hat pin. s ,c.3 i ra tx et. an as gt k l-. ernn
.. s .ea. '. . oie. R4e- . Palaf -l street. ~o st lAE
"" -*,u 'o ", Pr- ii..,*' FOR SALE CHEAP-Mly ftr'eyear- Ge| ..,AK
S--. --- d".. m i.h .. .. ld lk wd te Dk -d e( o RNT-Twe-ty4 ooa w- . A MA t.
i'e- ing U( go ials Florkida No j Go some gg ee ner Barracks and Zarrag osa t Le J. H. --"almak ,716,- SBt
tara ro Journal a" _INsEW 60 A e- to MrI .KJ. Norea. 21 A arS. :um tae a aW 5s 3 M ad be
-1 MO W Ch M-- U uom. 3S I' U4111. 1dm< "anew" son
has no equaL
VbWolcs Dst ributer.
NI GM SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
riAT D Rn MEAL MILL%
V. I. OQML L CO, Prog.
CWOIC MEAL AmN PURE GROUND
", yo w aj sitod feed try.
( m -awatfctcMeu, encostragltI
bO W1ilte, 40Wribute to home
wr anrd tIsV rowr money to arow
1, 1k III WIT &t ij
WCIT WNW LAWK
Open to charter by private parties
for fishing trips, bathing, or other
Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
Has full canopy and is
portable boat in the bay.
Bids for building a Steel Bridge
across the Perdldo River by Eacambla
County, Florida, and Baidwin Cousty,
Alabama, near Muscogee. FPorild will
be received until October 1st, 1905, and
will be opened by the Board of County
Commissioners of liscambia County,
Florida and Baldwin County, Alabama,
at Pensacola, Florida on October 10th,
1905. Bidders must visit site, make
all measurements, take aso uding and
submit blue print with bid.
Plans and speciicatlons can be seen
at Pensacola, Florida, in the oee of
A. M. McMillan, Clerk ot the Circuit
Court. The right is reserved to reJect
any or all bids. Bids to be addressed
to A. M. McMillan, Clerk Board County
Commissioners, Pensacola, Florida,
and .shoud be marked, "Propoals for
Steel Bridge." 27jy
--" AN ORDINANCE
X LEIN, .OWNER. To be entitled: An Ordinanee to
MAX KL Grant a Right of Way to the Lew.
PETER VERD1CHIA, CAPTAIN. Is Bear Company foe. SpurTracks
on a certain portion of Jefferson
PHONES, 358 and 1070. street
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
ow Council of the City of Pensacola.
Section 1. That there is hereby
granted to the Lewis Bear Company,
CAPTAIN its successors and assigns, the righ.
to construct, maintain and use a spur
UT D DEn f U Anrailroad track diverging from a
BENDHlIBB DI DSOIh' track on Jefferson street, which
V l the Gulf Machine Works has
LAUNCHES heretofore been authorized to
construct. (by an ordinance
passed March 31st, 1904, and approved
CUPID, ROST. L. E., NANCY AND April 6th, 1904, of which the above
CUPID ROBT. L. E, NANCY A named ordinance is amendatory) at
EDNA S, a point fifteen feet (15) south of the
south line of Magnolia street, extend-
ing along Jefferson street to and
can be chartered by the hour, day or across Cedar street.
week. Terms, reasonable. Sec. '2. It is a condition of the
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten- lights and privileges hereby granted,
ails furnished if desired, that the said spur track shall be con-
structed so as not to interfere, In any
PHONE 0. way, or impede the traffic on any part'
ot said streets, and the said grantee,
BTrD. lIIl BE'RIIIIIBS its successors and assigns, shall at all
CAPT BENI E U N times keep that portion of the street
OWNR. between its rails and for eighteen
(18). inches on either side thereof. in
the same good condition, and repair
a~ the City shall keep, or cause to be
kept, the adjacent portions of said
streets; and whenever the City shall
pave, grade, or otherwise improve the
F R I DAportions of the streets adjacent to the
said track, the said grantee, shall, at
Sthe same time. pave, grade, or im-
prove in like manner the space 'e
Excurs IO tween the rails of said tracks and for
eighteen (18) inches on either side
THB TUG thereof.
Sec. 3. That the rights and prtvi-
S-lege hereby granted shall be subject
SII to existing ordinances of the City, and
to such reasonable regulations as the
public safety and convenience may
will run the following schedule_ require, and as the Council may from'
time to time prescribe.
Sec. 4. The said track shall not be
FRIDAY AFTERNed for storage ocar and ca
FRIDA s rI N P shall not be allowed to stand on same
except for.such time as may be rea-
Leave City for Ufe-Saving Station, sonably necessary to load and unload
4:00. the same.
Leave Life-Saving Station for City, Sec. That the said track shal
7:.00., be completed within one year after
Arrive Pensacola, 7:45 tne date of the passage of this ord.-
naTce, an all the rights and privlt
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS leges hereby granted, unless sooner
S. forfeited, shall continue for the tern
of twenty-five (25) years from md.
ir I e.e -. That this ordinance ahal
take effect immediately upon its p ,
kfW St dM p Mb sage and approval.
Passed Auguat 15th, 190L
STEAMER TARPON Approved August lKth. 105.
CBHA. R. RLtB
W. G. BARROW, Master. Attest: Mkyor of Peusana
FItST-CLASS PABSSNGER AND C. UL MIHPU T, Clerk.
FREIGHT SIERBVIC. 18a-oew
--Bew CREW NOTICE
Neither the captain, o m
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI. ers or consignee of l S.:
COLA, CARRAIELLS, ST. A. Nor. Bk. T "ry C~o m
DREWS, MsLL LL&habe responsible for dW-
DREWS MILLV;LLKe contracted by the mew
And all points on St. AAdrew Bay. said .vessel.
Carrabelle and Apalahioe.
Leave Pensacola Sunda., 8:30
m, tor Mobile. Ala. .
1,eve Pensadola Tesafa, 1:0 p.
fs. for St. Andrews, MilrvUle, Apa-
la'nicola, Carrabelle aad atermedate
For additlo lb I f"ImaDtlM'ili r t.
J. IL coVM SS
-. IL COBB.P
Gen. Frt a"d iSg. Acp
I"U084 4., -
o t IS O oW OM W t OM
We have about Five Thousand Dollars to loaa tn amounts at Fve
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent interest.
Onestory Dwelling on corner Ic on ast P1ll, rents at $96 per year.
$850-Comfortable cottage on West Main street, desirable locality wijh
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's sa-
$6000-i)esirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palafox
street, renting at, $800 a year. if sold at once.
62280-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dwelling on North Hill if old at once.
*750-Three very desirable building lots on East H1il, excellent neigh-
$325-Desirable lot on East IIU, 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
Ing to location.
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Bouthern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once ................. .. ........ .....$4000.00
Those. C. Watson & Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Cor. Palafex and Garden Streets
N. a ALI AUL
80. STATES LBR. CO., Capt
Neither the capta s, -t
enr or eans'a h-
PPot. Bk. Sta aa-
rwill be respout .I -
MIGULM Iu~ QnmML -*O.:
Ea BU& 0& Co,
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A Do ,,s Worth for a SI
as thk huess of its work and the Kara Lien, or Crane's Bond at C. V. .
fany atmosphere hat per- Thompson's. 30 S. Palaal.
S fr trther information or cata- awwnw Pee. Neft to Fit M tirtj
* k uthes school address. Mackerel, cod fish,.herrta sad DWU
L AC Y ARaK8roN price fe. 4T: anU f4h at
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THE JOU NALIS EPRE
| ATTRACT ATTBNT6
IZED AS THE u*ST OF METROPOLITAN JOURNALJM-RE !
PORTS AR4 BOTH CONCISE AND COMPREMIEMSIV. L
The complete and comprehensive The Williams case stfrds the r at
report of the Williams trial which The occasion of the kind in Pewaolain
Journal has been giving daily has many years in which the metropolMa
been a matter of comment all over
West Florida. journalism, as now- represented by
The case is one which, on account; The Journal, could be fully demon-
of the atrocity of the crime; has at- strated. and the result has been that
trusted atteatlon throughout all PForl- every detail nas been handled as care-
da and adjoining states and 'more In- fully and completely as it would have
cerest probably center in it than in, been done in the large cities them-.
* an similar case in the criminal an- selves.
Snails of Escambis county. i That the public appreCiates tbis5
The Journal has etu4iously avoided' kind of newspaper work is evident by
Small attempt at seusatioism--the case the comment heard on all sides con-
Sitself is sensational enough without cernlng it. The ptblle long since
any additional embellishment-and learned where tc look for a complete
has confined it efforts to giving a rnd reliable report of news matter In
clear, concise and at the same time general and as a result The Journal
comprehensive, report ot the evidence is today looked upon as the best type
and the facts ab they were presented and expression of metropolitan Jour- ,
ii the testimony 'nalism which the city possesses.
W'" Do- DAMAGE DONE BY SMOKER WAS IN
John White ELECTRICAL ENJOY LE
__J h STORM EIIENT
SGreek Rendered Unconscious, and Woodmen of the World Were in
Picni anceTwo BuildingsBadly Attendance Lar
The smoker given Wednesday night
Co f F *The severe electrical storm, which by Live Oak Camp No. 1, Woodmen
C^OUntry F air accompanied the wind and rain short- of the World, was one of the moot en-
A l before the noon hour yesterday, didijoyable events In the history of that
t Irc k rPKM, brl F AMl I. considerable damage, lightning strik- order, and was attended by hot only
Under the Auspices of ng in three different sections of the the members of that camp, but also
city. In one instance there were a those of Hickory Camp and quite a
i Tp N. 4, htBM S I, number of narrow escapes. Number of visiting Woodmen.
LIST OF SPORTS. The first case learned of was at the The event occurred in the hall of
oot Race fo Boysad Girls, Sack store of a Greek, just opposite the the order in the Blount building. At
Ra e C slmbino GraBy Pole, Cacker- oulsville and Naville shops. The first the regular session was held in
Eating Contest, Most Popular Iady Orewk as standing near the door-i the lodge rooms, an't afterwards all
and Gentlesmanon GroundsBet Lady wva when the flash came and he was repaired to the banquet room, where
and Gentleman Dancers, Skating Rink Ldered unconscious, and remained delicious refreshments were served
(btat eatker.) so (r some minutes. There were also and greatly enjoyed.
( Pea-uts fa number of parties in the store,! There were present about sixty-
Peanut Hunt for Children. among them being engineers Ben five or seventy, members, and many,
Finder of Golden Peanut, prize; barclay 'and George Hoffman. Both excellent addresses were hard during
finder of most peanuts, prize; pea- were near the Greek, .and had a nar- the course of the evening most of
rut Doooy, prize. row escape from injury. Several thet touching upon the er add the
Sports begin promptly at 2:30 small boys, who were on their way to loc camps.- .
Sclock. the shops with dinner for some of thee I th
Refreshments of all kinds will be workmen had stopped at the point to Three pectres that threaten baby's
served at city prices. Music by Bar- get out of the rai, and one or two life. Cholera infantum, dysentery, di-
rios's Orchestra. were slightly shocked, arrhoea. Dr. Fowler's treat of Wild
Admission, 25c; Children Under 12 Struck Elevator. Strawberry never fails to conquer
Years, Free. About the same time the Louisville them.
Electric cars every 30 minutes. Late nd Nashville elevator was struck. _
dirmmy to the Navy Yard. The com- The lightning struck the flag pole.
nittee reserves the right to refuse ad- tearing it to splinters and passed to
nwission to objectionable parties, the roof, where considerable damage
was done. An examination was made
of the damage soon afterwards, whenY LLW
it was ascertained that the roof could
be repaired within a short time.
Bath Hoes Opmnaged. Need Have Ne TetrW for T
T ONLY VThe bath house ad swimming pool,
ow usw d by rank Segari, as also SS
THE ONLY by &F. Bogart ,but 805B 5's Blessing
nHOT AIR daage. The house, which *as Used to Mankind
SAIexclsivy by ladies, was badly injur-
ed, the north side being torn away.
about our establishment The lightning evidently passed up the IS THE ONLY POSITIVE
is in our drying machine. wharf, as a number of piling wereEV TIV A
We don't let any of it splintered. The lock on the door of PREVENTIVE AND
get into our advertise- the house was found later about one C U E E
ments. We guarantee hundred feet up the wharf. CL
our work. 'Send us your
bundle if you want the WILL INTMEEST bANY.
Every person should know that good
BEST LAUNDRY WOL health is Impossible If the kidneys are
deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Th S ar cure kidney and bladder disease in
.The %tar Steam every form, and will build up and ISOLD AT NICK APOSTLES RES
Laundry. trngthen these orgas so they wili TAURANT.
La ndry perform their function propedy. No
S7 L S rn St. Pldanger of Bright's diseae or diabetes Manufactured by
Pe Fco. la. 1 If Foley's Kidney Cuae ls taken in 8080 MEDICINE MANUFACTU4.
F ti. ING COMPANY,
-- NEGRO ASSAULTS .-
THE PENSACOLA rFAMER'S WIfE
CLASSICAL SCHOOL ., S.. |At Y i
CLASSICAL SCHOOL Thomaville, Ga., Aug.-17.-Manuel
Harty, a negro, criminally assaulted A Y o u r
Mrs. Chas. Outse, wife of a young
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO farmer near here .this morning and!
made his escape. Mr. Outze was, e'
ITS WORK. working some distance from the
house whqn he heard the screams of eJrVlc
his wife aid roused the neighborhood,
S Prof. Walter Miller, professor of coming also to Thomasville for medi- This is the only opportu-
Greek in Tulane University, after cal aid. A posse at once organized' nity you will have to meet
,virnting the classical school, wrote to search for Harty, who at a late the representative of the
the following unsoliciteI opinion to a hour this afternoon had not been well-known NEW YORK
friend end colleague: I found. I house, the
'The Pensacola Classical School isl Mrs. Outse sl not fatally injured.
4ding a bpiendid work for the cause of She has been married about sixteen' Kahn-Feinbr ,. A
southern education. It is established months and is about to become a i
lapon broad principles, it cherishes the mother. It is believed the capture
highest ideals of scholarship; it main- o. the negro will be feOowed by vio- who will take your measure
tains a high standard of excellence:; lence. for I
nd by the best modern methods and
0ipment it secures thoroughness of ....... .._.. ._i Fall n d Winter Q es.
tIaing comparable With that afforded i ..M .....I.. ... r W M>f C r W
Sthe great fitting schools of the i TERSELY TOLD His line is the moat comn-
eat. To my mind the Pensacola 5 BUSINESS LOCALS. plete that will be shown
Oassical School is one of the very here this season, containing
S- secondary schools of the south.". .-HH--- -- .............. full length patto. of all
Dr. Enable. president of the ni- the latest and
w y of North Carolina, writes: "it Hendrix & Carpte;r will furnish novelties. Ask to see the
es mc pleasure to testify to the mtes n builds ad painting. "Alpine Weaves," the new. -
Mough-ness of the preparation fr .. .pera nal attention to work. eat fad among stylish, well.
ke students whDo have come from dgive. en e ta- -. .
t school to the university. We 932 E. Strog, and 824 ast LaRu, drr men. Orde o takes
-il be glad to have more of th? -- livery. We will iaratee
" Ume type." McKinsie OerttU g & Co., wholesale to It and please roa
g3. Geo. Petrie. professor of Latin an retail ship cMhdlers and cerw, THURSDAY, PRIOAY4v8Dm
-f fbstory in the Alabama Polytech- the only first-class house of the kind SATURDAY juLY
AI.talte. writes: "I consider the n Pensacola. Fair prices to all. R27th, 2th,
Cota Classical School one of the
h *thnu schools, in this section of, Why use IaDerlor paper, when yonu
eS Mr-ot I can confldemtly endorse can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity.
INDIGENT CONFEDERATE SOL-
DIER MAKES APPEAL FOR
The Journal has received the fol-
lowing appeal with a request to pub-
Haralson, Ga., Aug. 16, 1905.
To The Confederate Veterans of Flor-
J. J. Washington, an old indigent
Confederate soldier, wishes to find
some of his comrades. He enlisted
with Co. I, First Plirida Regiment.
at Opalika, Ala, 1861, and served 12
months. Thos. Means, Capt.; J. T.
Miller, First Lieut.;Turner Turnbull,
Second Lieut. He re-enlisted at the
expiration of 12 months-he thinks
with Co. B, First Florida Regipent,
Finley Brigade, Bates Division, Army
Any information as to Mr. Washing-
ton's last service and discharge will
be thankfully received. I will return
all postage. Address me at Haralson.
Coweta county. Ga.
W. L. TAYLOR,
Ex-Lieutenant Co. G. 53rd Ueorgia,
Army of N. Va.
"Itching hemorrhoids were t:e
.:ague of my lite. Was almost wild
Doan's Ointment cured me quickly
and nprmanentlv afr'r doctors had
Gustaf A-olf, Swed bk, Sjoberg,
1486, for Buenos Ayres, wth 1,402,000
s ft lumber.
VESSELS IN !ORT. I
Blakemoor, Br as, Bruhn. 2408,
Spezia to Pensacola Lumber Co. -
Bruno Menzell, Ger s, Frederick-
sen, New Orleans to the W. S. Keyser
Cambrian King, Br as, 2315, New- _
port News to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Cartha, Br su, Johnson, 541, Ha.
vana to lkrport Lumber Co.
Dulcie, Br as, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ernesto, Span s, Omacchea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co. m
Gustav Adolph, Swed us, SBjoberg,
1486, Sydney to H. Baars & Co.
Hermine, Aust as, Hreglich, 2614, -
Port Tampa to Gulf Transit Company. ;
Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen. !263, F
Pomaron to oroer.
Nokomis, Am sch, Sperry, 245, Car-
denas to order.
Peaescola, Am as, O'Leary, 1086, S
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
Queenswood, Br ss, Neville, 1694,
Philadelph!a to Pensacola Lumber Co. -
Simonside, Br ss, Robson. 1958,
Suderland to J. Merrttt Co.
Soperg&, Ital ss, Gustavino, Balti-
more to GuHf Transit Co.
Tapton, Br ss, Sanderson, 2300,
Tonerelffe to J. A. Merritt t Co
Telesfora, Span ss Bengoa, 291..
Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Vizcaina. Br ss, McArthur, 1408,
Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co.
Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399,
Cork to master.
Hudson, Nor bk, Knuds.en, 771, Loa-
don to order.
Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrela,
633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
S Thomas, Its bk, Garro, 803, to C. B.
Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen.
165, Belize to master.
Hjalmar, Am ech, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388,
Boston to order.
Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
timory to master.
Nelon M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
S653. New York to order.
Agostine Terrisano, Ital ship, Cou
nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
Accidents co.ne with distressing
frequency on the farm. Cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil relieves the pain instantly. Never
safe without it.
UNIVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA.!
failed." C. F. Cornwell. Valley street Embracing the following subjects:
Saugerties. N. Y. I. Language and Literature-A four.
year course leading to the degree of
A Card. Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re-
I wish to thank my friends and the quoted. but is offeredd as an electve
public general for the support ac-throughout the course. i
corded me, and sav to them that I II. General Science-Divided int.
have sold my furniture business at thbrea courses, 1. Chemical course;
20 and 22 West Govertment street, toMathemnatical ccirse; Natural History
the Solomon Furniture Company. The course. No G-Eek and only entrance
new firm assumes all liabilities and! Latin Is requir-d in these courses. All
accounts of the retiring firm. and Ij our-year courses.
trust that my successors will enjov III. Agricuultre-For-year and two.
that same liberal patronage which I year courses.
have had during the many years ,hat! IV. Engineerng-Four-year course .
I have been in business In Pensacola. in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical
M. PRYOR. Engineering, also a two-year course
0. PRMecR.anEcs. No Latin or Greek i s
A Card. required in III. or IV. The full cour.-e I,
We have purchased the furniture under .. Ill. aud IV. lead to the de-j tM
business of O. M. Pryor, Including ail gree of Bachelor of Science; the short
accounts, etc., and we have alre.dvicourses to a Certificate of Profclen-y.
made preparations for the incorpora-I V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course
tion of the rm. It is our intention to to be begun in September, 1I8.
revolutionize prices in the furniture V VI. Normal-Three courses for
line in Pensacola. Our Mr. Berna'd teachers: A one-year course leading t
Solomon, whom is well and favorably a certifcate, A three-year course lead-
.ktown in Pensaola, will manage rte ag to an L I Dipla ; A iour-year
,-.iness and we .soi..l a share er .ourse JsdlBt tthe de.g- '. s .Bae 0, ~k
yourP*r a trroe
oeu Should DI
*jo PROPER PREPARATION FOR
^ YOUR FAMILY? THEM 1E NO
nIHAN Y B
THEE'S LOTS OF TRM, TO PTOE
SUMMER YET... WILLIAMS
Not too late to buy a
Hammock and take a
membership in our
CQtMt Lwbrary. I
Hammocks, $1.00 to $5.00, INSANE
and some extra special
values now in them. (Contined from Page 5)
in the first degree, without recoin
mendatlon to the mercy of the court,
COE'S BOOK STORE, be returned M ell
235 S Palafa St Attorney Maxwell made an eloquent
,235 P af Sand scholarly address to the jury, at-,
f23 Phonea ter first stating the law applicable to
the case. He said it would be folly.
for the defense to deny the killing't n
the face of such overwhelming evi-
GULF CITY dence of the fact, but he contended:
that the act itself was the act of a:
I J mad man. No one, said Mr. Maxwell,;
Sin his rightt mind and fully realizing
what he was doing, would commit such
S-'a horrible, deed when the only appar-
kW eat motive thereforer was to prevent
f prosecution upon a minor charge, and
he said, even that motive had not _
EMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER teen proven. Mr. Maxwell said that
MONTH. any man who committed such a deed.
Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaned, should not be allowed to remain at
ed and repaired. Goods called for large as such a man was a menace to
d delivered. the life of ail good citizens. There
ABELL & FINCH, PROPS., was, however, a difference between
140 E. Government St, vilful, premediated murder and a kill-'
'hone 'No. 163. Pensacola, Fla.. ing due to sudden passion or a distort-
ed brain. It was for the jury to de-i
cide whether or not the crime was a'
deliberate one or one due to sudden
RPENTIE \ II mania or passion, such as he contend-!
URPENTINE STILLS. ed had been proven by witnesses for j
IcM illan Bros. Co. the defense.Court Adjourns
Maniuifjc~tMpO, 'Both of the addresses were short
Manufacturers,0 and at their conclusion court adjourn-
IOBILE, ALABAMA. ed until 10 o'clock this morning when
the arguments will be concluded on
both sides, after which the case will
M AKE T S jbe given to the jury for consideration.
Naval Stores Market
s SHIPPING NEWS
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 17.-The naval
res market closed to-day as fol-
rwr E I- ECleared.
.b" a h
le Central Life
**wr death rat lower expense rt. and higher
it riAt taA y coan ay doing bai ton Florida.
aId be emy for yoa to decide the ret.
S WIIlims, General Agnt
Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGING, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night Agents 3
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, alao
Chains of all dsscript4ens.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITYMAN. Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
I tLSMILtf11%t1%1|1 %lllithlfl-%1InI%Mi1Ia a
BOOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS&
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
speelal Weekly Rates for Tableo Boav
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksmotle Florida
MfJUAUif ilUU IIUIaI4UM fl3UW I tl:
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BOTHER
WITH COAL DUST AND ASHES
that is, if you have a gas range in your kdtcha.
A GAS RANGE 5I S0 CONVENIENT.
Will be glad to talk to you about the matter and
show you one.
PENSACOLA GAS CO.
27 Eat Garden Street.
CURITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It wi ay y~ t Do o mstitr pris b.ten or uyMar.g
Hardware, 8ash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We WuM hafdh nts, iWU, Wickk, Lu im m.. 0
We cM wR yeou sy evwoyta. "
Saunders Mill Company"
Offices 29 East Garden Street Phone 717.
Factory North Palafaz Street. Phone 1130.
-~ ~I -
T. D. Adama
Pensacoa- Electrical Company
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Intendencta and Bell PboB a
Baylen SLM '% M
No job to btg or M n for aa We do work ta any et of the
city anJ also outside the city.
SOn the Outskirts
those of limited mesa as we.
as the wealthy can now pur-
chase bea.til homes of a
. A -
: and what you now pay for ren"
have it apply on an "outskirt
home. We wilsell you one on
easy payments. Wile will be
piMed. the children healthier.
Sand you'I live kger yourself.
W.NY K UE INSURANCE CO.
POX STin r. .PHONE 79I
,lesBros. Gel -
This is the attire for hot
weather-cool, easy and
c-omforable. Get an Out-
ir.g Suit. There's two or
ihree months more of hot
weather. Don't class ours
with the kind that wilts
down after a few oays'
wear. They are carefully
made and will keep their
Ack IUs What .40n
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VAIMAUUUm r MVM
W W ........................ 15
WG ..................4 85 to 4 90
N ..................4 45 to 4 50
M ....................4 25 to 4 30
K ....................420 to 4 25
I .. .... .. . . .415
H ........ ..4 10to4 12%
G ................... 4 05 to 4 10
F .... ......... .. .3 95 to 4 00
E ...................3 80 to 3 90
D .....3 40 to 2 50
C ....... ...3 ......30 to 3 40
Spirits Turpentiner % cents.
Asthma Sufferers boulKd Kow This.
Foley's Honey Ta has cured
many cases of asthim that were con-
sidered hopele:t. Mirs. Adolph Bues-
tlg, 701 West Third street, Davenport,
Iowa, writes! "Aevti"' e ild contracted
twelve yArs ago a heglected until it
finally grew int6 alSmma. Tie best
medical skill avilabf)' could not give
me more thaa temiportty relief. Foley's
Honey and Tar *as ieoommended and
one ffty-cent bditle entirely cured me
of asthma Whlch h4Teeng rowing on
me for twelve year-, ah l ift nad taken
it at the start r boldd have beno
saved years of suffering." W. A.
D'Aleoberte, druggist and apothecary.
WANTS TO HEAR