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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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AUTO WRECK


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Sum rwCouy Vm of
Awkhtftc


WILLIAMS WILL


AGAIN BE TRIED


NIT II DIV har of Murdering Edwin t

NAT'L fSSEMLII Dansby to BeTaken Up
rnn rnlnismm i November 16.


PU HlU551RAN

PEOPLE


Emperor's Gift Received Without
Special Demonstration on
Part of Public.


JACKSON COUNTY


Decided Upon as the Place For
Holding the Trial.

MOTION FOR CHANGE OF VENUS
MADE BY DEFENSE ON GROUND
eIMU U VAI F I5 A J eAI RU IUA


Eiden ce Tht Capi
ainst lew Orleas Stmp
Is Suceedi.


ONLY FOUR DEATHS


Comparison With OeaIths Foil
Fever Ep nmis.

;rrVy S'X NEW CASES REPORTED
.p -0 6 O'CLOCK LAST NIGHT
-SEVERAL CASES IN NEARBY
Lt..D~ES QUARANTINE OR-


morning, and also had a very narrow
escape from a more serious inju y.
Some of the wires running into the
office were not working satisfactorily,
and Mr. LeBaron climbed upon a cab-
inet in order to reach them. He was
at work when he lost his balance and
fell, striking the edge of the cabinet
with his forehead, and being rendered
unconscious for a short time.
The employees of the office quickly
ran to his assistance and within a few
moments had summoned a physician.
Mr. LeBaron was bleeding freely from
the wound upon the arrival of the phy-
4ician, but had regained conscious-
ness.
The injury was above the right eye,
and it was necessary for the physician
to take four stitches in order to close
the wound.
SAfterwards Mr. LeBaron, with his
head bandaged. went to his home, and
it is expected he will be able to re-
sume his duties within a few days.

POLAND FEARS

STRIKE VIOLENCE

By Associated Press.
Warsaw, Aug. l.-Tph promltia-
t!on to-day of a plan for the national:
asemhlv whith overlooks the ri.-'T


Plea Was Withdrawn.
After some delay Judge Reeves with.
drew the document, and allowed the
defendant to enter a plea. It wasthat
of not guilty.
Judge Reeves then moved the court
for a change of venue. In his motion
he stated that the defendant could not
get a fair and impartial trial in Es-.-
^ambia county, and that it would be
an injustice to try him here.
Made No Objection.
State's Attorney Kehoe made no ob-
jection to the .motion for a change of
venue. In fact he stated to the court
that if counsel believed defendant
could not secure a fair trial here, he
would interpose no objection, but upon
the other hand would consent to a
change.
.ludge Carter then announced that
the n'ot:on would be granted, the trial
to occur at Marianna, in Jackson
county, upon November 16th.
Williams was not sentencedtor the
charge of murder upon which he had
been convicted, but sentence was sau
pedledl until such time as the other
charge against him had been disposed
of. He was taken to jail as soon as
the change of venue was announced.
Many Witnesaes
Many witnesses will go to Martaa
ca as all of those who were before
the court in the case just concluded
iill be subpoenaed, and it is expected
that there will be others.


How the Jury Stood.
It is learned that the jury before
which Williams was tried for the mar-
dcr of John White stood four for a
verdict of guilty without recommend
da-ion (which meant hanging) ad
eight for a verdict with a recommen-
dation of mercy.
The Case in Detail.
The case of William F. Wilaha,
charged with tire murder of John
White, was called in the Circuit Court
Saturday morning but no action wa
taken relative therto. It had been the
general impression that the defend t
wouid be brought into court for th
purpose of having sentence pasuse
upon him, but the state, not havil
arrived at a decision as to whether O
not it would try the case against t
prisoner for the murder of MEkwir
Dansby, the case was passed ovew ..,
til 3:15 o'clock p. m. at which k@
the sheriff was ordered to bring
prisoner into court.
There seemed, during the ama r *'

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THAnn rAIR TRIAL, COULD NOT
By Associated Press.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 19.-The Em- BE SECURED HERE-JURY GEN.
peror's gift of popular representation ERALLY CONDEMNED FOR VER-
was received quietly and without spez.
lal demonstration by the undemonst-a- DICT.
tive Russian people. The newsaa-,
pers, which published the full text of
the manifesto and tables fixing tho
number of representatives, had little William F. Williams, found guilty
room for comment. Aside from ex- of the murder of John White, and
tremists among the radicals ani re- charged by the state of being guilty
actionists, public opinion was slow to also of the murder of Edwin C. Dans-
crystalize, as the outlines of the new by, is to again be tried. The trial
institutions are too broad and complex upon this occasion will be upon the
to be understood at the first survey. matterr charge, that of murdering Dans-
The principal comment is that the em- by, and it will be heard in Jackson
peror omitted Poles from the elector- county on November 16. This was
al statement, but explained that this decided upop last night by the court,
was owing to differences in local or- the change of venue being granted
ganization on which the scheme o; upon request of counsel for defense,
suffrage rests. The scheme will be to which the prosecution made no
celebrated in time to permit parfici- objection.
nation by all parts of the empire in Although court adjourned from the
the first election. morning session to 3:30 o'clock, it was
5:30 o'clock before Williams was call-
ed before the court to plead. Clerk
M I l lE f i McMiilan then read to him the indict-
ment of the grand jury, in which he
was charged with murdering E0dwin
M. N C the reading he was asked for his plea.
counsel Interposed.
Judge Reeves, for the defense, at
S l I that moment stepped forward and in-
S I I U LL terposed. He would not allow the de-
fendant to enter a plea either of guilty
Sor not guilty, but submitted to the
court a document In place of the plea.
It was of considerable length, and aak.
INJU RED. cd that court set aside the indictment
*t*pirA the giuunds that the defendant
had already been tried for murder and
on o guilty, that the crime commit-
Fell From File Case While Re- ted in killing of White was one and
the same as the killing of Iansby;
pairing Wires In Western that the acts were identical, commit-
ted at the same time. and were not
Union Office diverse and different, but both were
Ufas one.
State's Attorney Kehoe objected to
of th W the plea, saying that it was not sworn
Manager In LeBaron. o the West- to and could not be admitted for the
ern Union Telegraph Company, rnet reason that the defendant had enter-
with a very painful accident in an of- ed neither a plea of guilty or not
flce on Intendencia street yesterday guilty.


by AaesclaW pr"&
EBy E NOT AFF T T Associated Pss.
De NOT AFFET Tponrt f. Aug. 19.-Vinson
TmROUGH TRAVEL. Walsh, son of Thomas F. Walah, tof
Washiagton was killed and four t her
By Aiocisted PFae. prominent members of the Newport
e*.t .-....ve .kCr-- summer colony injured in an autom.)-
i bile accident here this afternoon.
\ **.an<. Aug. 19.-The The injured Include Mrs. James L.
.-: u p to six o'clock Kernochan, Harry Oelriehs, Herbert
.. fo' Pell and Mis Evelyn Walsh, sister
.,. i,.. toal cases to 4 of the man killed. It is believed none
*. was fatally injured.
,. 4: total deaths The automobile driven by Walsh
.' struck the railing of a bridge and
1'. i, *' foci 295. plunged into the water beneath. I'.
l ;,lr :a'tment 401. iE not known whether the maclt ie
was disabled or whether Walsh lost
. .' '-: " . 44#l"-AA control of It.
n . ',---yond tho'


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*:,* i.a* ti. modern
m, '::r :*ripaking prog-
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: 'L i '- ,: : :.ia on 'he;
d '. y f l ,orn r ,,r ep:-'
k -r .arc. is n..0 in 1*7^S a. many
d: .lr c c urring in a sin-
;atu durit Auc us
!:#I rcap 'a r. pred tx todav near fC
fnr.v\liie. a sunimnr resort in 3t.
T.-ar" J arl-. bit' nn alarm is felt.
aa. a.- rejo-ted at Kennes.,
-. .. nornh o^ N*F Orleans. A
1:rh *-n ca-f: h havo appe ar- tft'f Kw .g ao1 Otghers
t''rI( oln Pa:- jh t' dawe, n


..l,:iv:.'le :ind Nashville rail-
"!nf 'trrmt.d today that the re-I
S :n' order d(wo notro-
.*v :r\ve' to ani from Newl
I:'"ld.d pass'Unp rs dt o ni. ; ,o I
car~ during :he;r pasaze!
'* (;.ra; Wyman today. .,-
S 'iu iT -, a sata!'pm .- f >'
frnm O :rca m-rchan. :
S.-, "-M-or.handis, of a',
: a- in:.-c:ion of ye!'
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mn care mm may m Ii
Twen orM ore

By Associated Prees
Norfolk, Aug. 19.--6 far there are
orly fourteen know dead as a result
cf the Atlantic Coast Une wreck, al-
!-ough statements of alvers and oth-
rrs indicate the number may be in-
cr-eased to twenty or more. It is not
:eiieved the list will exceed that num-
her as most of the 169 excursionists
have been accounted for.
It Is stated that Engineer Reigh
claims he had no advices regarding
the draw and had no orders to atop
anywhere.


RUSSIA'S REPRESENT TIVE


CALLED TO SAGAMORE HILL


ysteious lidnght Dispatch to
Bar Rosen 1fro
Roosevelt

EVI ENT AN EFFORT IS BEING
MADE TO PREVENT PEACE CON-
FERENCE BREAKING UP WHEa4
PLENIPOTENTIARIES MEET ON
TUESDAY NEXT AT PORTS-
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Spec at to The Journal. G 5
Sn Alt. 19.-The BURGOMASI EvI
h '. 'h of Mrs. T. A. By Aeocrated Prea.
S h rt, early this W INS RACE Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 19.--6ud-
en. h. ire commu- enly the eyes of the world have been
;:iv unexpected. turned by a mysterious midnight dia-
Sr' al:y from the By Aasociated Prea. patch, from Portsmouth to Oyster
came upon her Saratoga, Aug. 19.-The United Pay, from the plenipotentiaries to the
*. ery-thing pos- States Hotel stakes, worth $6,000, six,
Sh, sufferer. Dr. furlongs, for two year olds, was won i president of the United states, an invi-
1). McKinnon, Iby Burgomaster, Pegasus second, Or- station to Baron Rosen, Russia's ac-
": \: n. of Chipley. mondale third. Time 1:34 4-B. credited representative to the United
: hing availed. States, to visit Oyster Bay having been
c wil: l,h held to- Telegraphers' Strike Called Off. extended by the president after mid-
ht- Episcopal St. Paul, Aug. 19.-The strike of the night.
conducted by telegraphers on the Great Northern it is considered entirely proper for
d. Railway system was called off last the president at any time to summon
-many friends here night, the men on that line having vot-: to a conference a foreign representa-
:i nh paied to ed by a large majority to return to tvie.
r: or*. It was decided, after a conference
with Mr. Pierce, that Baron Rosen
depart by an-early train this morning.
FFE SON D. STEPIIENS From Boston he took a fast express
S* and by special arrangement a stop
.was ordered at New Rochelle where


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tc The Journal. vancement of the state and its various
S. -Hon. Jefferson resources, and encourage the tnvest-
: -" n:pd Jackson meat of capital.
-- -lon of the state 4th. I shall oppose the reduction of
:.: :.d himself as the South's representation in congress.
: ."ss to succeed 5:h. 1 shall work to place Florida
\ L Iamar. M.; on an equal footng with the leading
: ,rma announce- states of the union in education and
industries. and the various progressive
' Announcement. developments that will be beneficial to
the state.
r.,":r 'hat I am a can- 6th. I favor the increase and exten-
:n :he Third con- slon of the commercial relationship of
;c" <' "hl s'ate of Flor- the United Statds upon an equitable
.,. a,' ;i,n of the denm- basis with the various nations and
'ha' wi:, be held in islands of the world In order that the
tu,, i~ e;ieced. work un- farmers of the south may fnd a ready
',- f,,- app-opriations market for taeir cotton and other pro-
,',vmcn- <,f the various o'ucts at paying prices, and that the
aLd hartors of this con- manufacturer may fnd -an outlet for
S'-Ic: his surplus manufactured products.
- d, a:: that I can to The above are a fae of the many
iral dc-l:ver established things that I favor and Wxpect to work
ie dis r;ct. for if elected.
I work for the proPlr d- a A Ia


the yacht Sylph was in waiting to
convey him to Oyster Bay. This plan
was carried out and Baron Roseu
reached Sagamore Hill late in the at-
ternoon.
It was decided to keep secret, as
long as possible. Baron Rosen's desti-
nation, and the Japanese were not in-
formed until a telegram was received
from the Rosen party at Boston. It
was announced that he was going to
Magnolia.
The president's plan in summoning
to a conference Russia's representa-
tive was not given oun in advance. and
the results of the meeting are yet to
be announced. It is evidently an ef-
fort to avoid a wreck of the peace
conference when the plenipotentiaries
meet on Tuesday. and bring from It
final peace. It is believed that efforts
are being made to have the powers


-exert all influence possible at Tokio the governments at St. Petersburg
and St. Petersburg to this end. and Toklo not to permit the confer-
ence to fail of afdrmative result. It
8UPRME EFFORT TO !can be said that there is ground for
BRING ABOUT PEACE. hope that it will not fail. ,
Baron Rosen, the Russian ambassa-
Oyster Bay, Aug. 19.-President dor to the United States and the sec-
Sh t ond of the Russian envoys, was with
Roosevelt is exerting his great influ- the president until a late hour this
ence to prevent a rupture of the peace afternoon at Sagamore Hill. He came
conference at Portsmouth and is en- at the Invitation of the president, not
gaged In a supreme effort to induce pIerely to discuss the situation with
him, but to have presented by the
the envoys of the belligerent govern- president oa proposition, wch it s
president a proposition, which, it isl
ments to compromise their differences hoped, may settle the differences be-
and reach an agreement resulting in tween the plenipotentiaries. After the
lasting peace. In this effort he has conference Baron Rosen left immedi-
the active and cordial support of ately for his summer,home at Mag-
Great Britain. France and' Germany. nolia, Mass., where he ann' M. Witte.
Tremendous and world wide pres- the principal Russian envoy, expect
sure is being brought to bear upon to spend Sunday.


BASEBALL

August 19
By Associated Press

American League.
Chicago 2, New York 4.
St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 0.
Cleveland-Washington, postponed,
rain.
Detroit-Boston, postponed, rain.
National League.
Brooklyn 3, Pittshurg 2.
Boston 5. Cincinnati 7.
New York 2, Chicaro 8.
Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 2.


Southern League.


Neither the president nor Baron
Rosen would discuss even in 'general
terms the details or result of their
conference.
The ambassador will present the
president's proposition to M. Witte to-
night and it is likely It will be trans-
mitted to Emperor Nicholas. On its
result may depend the fate of the
peace conference.
Before the envoys meet Tuesday it
may be known with some definiteness
whether there will be peace or con-
tinued war in the Far East.
The president has been in commu-
nication with the great national pow-
ers to enlist assistance in the final
effort to secure an honorable peace.
He has communicated with King Ed-
ward, with Presioent Loirt~et. of
France, and Germany has been ap-
pealed to and Emperor William is ex-
erting his influence for peace. The
president has been working through
Minister Griscom, at Tokio, but in



Atlanta 3, Nashville 2. what way of Poles, canotsed a bad impres
of Poles, caused a bad impressi'it
Montgomery 7, Birmingham 3. hre and a general strike is to l,-'ii
At Chattanooga: Little Rock 8. YBOR CITY OFFICIALS Monday. It is feared it will be maut
Shreveport 3, (first game.) CHARGED WITH BLACKMAIL the occasion for violence.
little Rock 2. Shreveport 7, (second
game, seven innings.) Tampa, 'Fa., Aug. 19.-Charges of A
Memphis 1, New Orleans 3, (first an elaborate system of blackmail in I VTWO CREMATED
game. Ybor City are made. it being alleged
-Memphis 2. New Orleans 1. (second, i I
game.) that officials have been levying tribute IN OTEL FIRE
from the bolita or, Cuban lottery
South Atlantic League. shops. On warrants alleging their
Charleston 7, Jacksonville 2. (first connection therewith, N. Madringa! By Associated Press.
game.) and Louis Callenberg, constables, were: Portland, Ore., Aug. 19.-Flre to-
Charleston 1, Jacksonville 1, (sec-, arrested an4 released on $1,000 ball tday lesiroyed the State Room Inn,
ond game, called on account of dark- each. The warrants were sworn out o:.e block from the exposi' on en-
ness.) by Deputy Sheriff Stephens. It is, tranc'. Two men v.-cre p,rn-'l to
Columbia 3. Savannah 0. ad that th his Is only the firtsttep in dlea:h. The ba, ly clarrod I bi.cs are
Macon 5. Augusta 8. exposing the system. uthd en:fie.t. S'o fc:l others of the
thirty occupants of the hotel were in-


jureu.
Alabama's Rigid Quarantine.
Montgonmry. A;a., Aug. 19.---State
Health Officer Sanders .ays that per-
S)ns from infected yellow fever dis-
tricts in other states, who want to
come through Alabama going to
cther states, will not allowed in
Alabama until their seven days' de-
tention are up, even if they do not
stop within the bor of A baima,


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'bS:1 COUNTY MAN WANTS TO SUCCEED REPRc&ENTATIVE
A. B. LAMAR AND STATES PLATFORM UPON
WHICH HE WILL RUN.


THEY ARE HUSTLERS.

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Six Extraordinary Bargain Events


SCHEDULED FOR SPECIAL SELLING


MONDAYand TUESDAY


Deghufj at I .'dos1 k rp.


See Them in Our Big Show Windows


RUGS I


RUGS I


Another Extraordinary Rug Special that you can't afford to miss.
Twenty-four "Royal Purple" Smyrna Rugs, worth $3.00 and $4.00 each,
is new Oriental designs and colorings.


THE $300 QUALITY, 0%0%
EXTRA SPECIAL....1
Size, 30x60.


THE $.00 QUALITY, OQ
EXTRA SPECIAL.. .69
Size, 8 x7C.


After these are gone all future purchases will rule at regular
prices. Better choose bright and early Monday.


SWW Ckwg. S.t. Odd Lacm CWabn.
Former Price (One and Two Pairs.)
gB----1.25 and $1.50----- e REGARDLES OF COST.
Full three anda half yards Here's an opportunity to t out
long. five-inch frill; some with


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tucks, some satin striped bor- those one and two window torney at law and represetattlve from
ders-just 36 pairs, rooms handsomely and cheaply. Escambia county.
Secretary-W. C. Jone,: secretary
in ns .r "l*aua.'" Odfw s, Chamber of Commerce.
b ss le e S is w e V fI r s Treasurer-M. E. Clark, cashier
All Sizes. Formerly American National Bank.
5o---14 % to 16 %-.---c $50-$1 50 and $4.00--2.50 Chaplain-Jno. Pfeffer, assistant
Regular 5 and 69c va and In Tan, Russia and Black Vici. cashier American National Bank.
Regular 5 and 69 values, ad Here's a shoe offering worthy Guide.-Ed Gale Quina, firm of
in many shops you pay as Of your immediate considers- arson Qu
much as 75 cents. tion. Marston & Quina.
Guardian-Robt. B. Hargis, book-
keeper 8. P. S. Co.
Sentinel-F. LI Dusenbury, local
About 60 pairs of odd- Corsets in manager N. S. C.
tStIf girdle, short, medium and long waist hFysician-6- R. Mallory Kennedy,
i* II -;le.ngths former price 50c, 75c and M. D.
$VV* V $1.00. If you appreciate big value, Musician-W. W. C. Sandusky,
here it is. Sies, 18 to 29........... president Gulf Machine Works.
SPress Agent-W. G. Prather, cash-
ier Naval Stores Export Cobtpany.
Photographer--G. W. Turton.
Yours for Qualityl About seventy were admitted into
the Dam after having first sworn to
throw no mud at another beaver and!
to break no twigs'from hid brother's
W. J. & B. FORBES.Inamr
Dam.
There was much enthusiasm from
the start and the ofical goat not be-
ing accustomed to Pensacola -erd,
S- was put out of business in the first
round.
WILLIAMS WILL One loyal Beaver succeeded in
climbing over logs and other obsta-
A AIN BA TI IED les until he reachedthe top of the
dam, while another showed great
strength in lifting the weight of a
(Continued on Page Four.) ommendation to mercy, eight of the whole dam, though he met with some
.__ jurors being in favor of such recom- Interfeience from a position most
hortty l defined mendatlon, three against it and one likely to elevate and push -orward.
hour. a pretty well denied opinion ot voting. Under such circumstances Two others met in a narrow passage
that, if the defendant was tried for td a the Jurors opposed to the recommen- and neither knowing the peculiarities
murder of Dansby the trial would not datioh had no choice but to consent of Beavers nowBle way of camels in
take place in this city, one of the rea- to the will of the majority. the eye of a needle. Well any Beaver
ions advanced for such opinion being Even in the earl morning hours lit- now the of an e.
that it would be impossible for a jury tienots of eanly morning hours It- l:nowq the finish,
to be cured n Escamba county r ti knots of people were gathered at While the beginning of the Beaver
to be secured in Eambia county owe different poats in the business see- Dam is strong in point of numbers, it
tng to the wide publicity given the tion of the city discussing the verdict is even stronger in quality, being com-
evidence adduced at the trial Just fin- and no word in its commendation was posed of men who represent not only
shed and the further fact that public hard. Every expression upon the the leading social and business inter-
entiment was so strongly against the bect was to the effect that the;sts of the city, but men whose char-
prisoner that a demonstration in the 6eath penalty was fully warranted by| acter and reputation stand for all that
court room was feared which would the evidence and should have been is honorable and just in good govern-
result in a mistrial if it occurred. iImposed. sent and high morals.
Sentiment throughout the city yes- A number ofhot heads were out R. U. A. BiAVERI
terday was anything but complimen, spoken In favor of summary Justice
tary to the jurors who, in the face of for crimes of the diabolical nature of
the evidence produced at the trial, that for which Williams was found FALSE HUNGER
had seen fit to recommend Williams: guilty, and a large number argued that
to the mercy of the court. Even in if the jury system was to be maintain- A Symptom of Stomach Trouble Cor-
the country, outside of the city of Pen- ed jurors should be compelled to dem- reacted by Good Food.
sacola, the verdict caused a revulsion onstrate that their educational require- There is, with some forms of stom-
of feeling and the Jurors were con- merdt were sufficient to enable them
demned for bringing in such a ver-j to grasp and appreciate the value of ach disease, an abnormal craving for
diet. One gentleman from the coun- evidence in any capital) or other case food which is frequently mistaken for
try who drove to the city yesterday in the trial of which they might be a "good appetite." A lady teacher
morning to dispose of a load of pro- called upon to serve. writes from Carthage, Mo., to expla
duce. was particularly severe in his The crowd in the court room when write from Carthage, Mo. to epi
denunciation of the verdict. He said court was called to order ur how with good food she dealt with
be was surprised that any Jury of was only -about twenty-five per cent this sort of hurtful hunger.
right minded men could come to the as great as upon the preceding day "I have taught school for fifteen
conclusion that mercy was merited, in and the prisoner was not in court. His years" she writes, "and up to nine!
view of the evidence that had been ad- mother and father appeared in the years ago had good, average health.
deed at the trial. He further said Court roomat about ten o'clock.-appar- '
that he hoped the people of Pensacola1 cntly under the impression that lhe My diet was always generous, com-
oueal -not believe that all residents prisoner would be brought into court, prising whatever I took a fancy to. Ii
of the country contiguous to this city or that some action in the case would' ate freely. Nine years ago, however,
approved the verdict or that all of te taken, which, however, was not the my health began to fail, and continued
them would have acted similarly under case. egan to al, aue
like circumstances. to grow worse, steadily, frequent
In justice it should be stated that .changes of residence and everything
three of the jurors were. it is believed. Thk Rat. I could do. During all thlis time my
In favor of infliction of the death pen- No place Is sacred to the rat From appetite continued good, only the
aly and never gave their consent to a sleeping man to an elephant there is
the verdict as returned. However, the nothing which he will not eat. RBt more I ate the more I wanted to eat-
law explicitly provides that upon the have eaten their way through a live I was always hungry. The first symp-
vote of a majority of the jury, a ver-i pig and bitte off the legs of living toms of my breakdown were a dis-
dict of guilty with recommendation bhda. Some years ago the keepers of dressing nervousness and a loss ot
to much may bei returned and tht the London oological gardens could flesh. The nervousness grew so ba,
enhe must ix sentence at imprison- not understand what made the ele- that finally it amounted to actual pros-
ment for life. pants so restled, so uneasy on their station. Then crwne stomach trou-
When the Jury retired to consider feet. Investigation showed that at bles, which were very painful, consti-
d* evidence a vote was immediately anght the rats came out and gnawed nation which brought on piles, dys-
taken which showed all in favor of a of the thick skin growing about the persia and severe nervous headaches.
verdict of murder in the first degree. nafls on the'momsters' feet Apparet- The doctors seemed powerless to help
A vote was then taken as to the rec- ly they must have fanieed the orn of me, said I was overworked, and at tast
the rhinoe stoctar 0rL ? urged me to give up teaching, If I
tpe hino, et too, for tt the wished to save my life.
keep. usedt to fiffd lfttened rats "But this I could not do. I kept on
1 e the tbinoeoer' had been lyng at .. as well as I could, each day
FW u g I growing more wretched, my will pow-
A a-|w &|em. 1er alone keeping me upnn, till at last
S." | TA ttle Charte was very food of a good angel suggested that I try a
Swatchti his mother dre. One day diet of Grape-Nuts food, and from that
_m ga she was brushtg her hair he day to this I have eaten t, finding it
HOSTETTER C D claimed, Mlamma, why doma your delicious, always appettalag and sattis-
haI aap Por "Becaus temre is so flying. I owe my complete restora-
m u l ee petrIty she riepl tion to health to Grape-Nuta, and my
STOMACH BITTERS Clrtle t ook~ at her ftr a h persistence t in da f it. My weight
he I vr slrllt a t a retIrned a o rmore than two
S con nta e alo years I hive ytrree stro the nery.
wham heo btualtu with: "Wh ata ousnese, constipation, p lles. h daeshe
I at t h: dbt a l d |l tbhe ailete that Isde-to p
B J--a.l t ta a te hL a rt m Co., Battle Cek, Mih.to
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THE BIG STORE!


OFFICERS OFTIK


LOCILO IM0F


BEAiEDS

Many Prominent Mm A IMen-
brs of tD Or Just
Orplial.

On'Friday evening, August llth,
Supreme Representative W. H. Fruit-
aker organized a Dam of Beavers in
Pensacola. Judging from the personal
of the charter members this organiza-
tion promises to be a very strong one,
both socially and financially. '
By appointment from the Supreme
Dam, G. L. Lapplngton, local manager
of S. P. Sbotter & Co., was made dis-
trict deputy to the supreme president
and the following other oicers were
elected by the Dam:
Trustee.-First year, W. A. Blount,
Jr., attorney at law; second year, T.
A. Jennings, vice-president J. P. Wil-
liams Co.; third year, C. M. Coving-
ton, vice-president Con. Gr. Co.
Past President-A. H. I'Alemberts,
city manager P. I. Co.
President-W. K. Hyer, Jr., vice-
president and cashier First National
Bank.
Vice-President-J. C. Avery, Jr., at-


SALE BEGINS AT EIGHT.


Money Saved on Em-
broidery.
1,000 YARDS Of FINE EMBROID-
ERY, SOME WIDE, SOME NARROW,
BOTH NAINSOOK AND SWISS,
WORTH 15, 20, 25 and 35 cents.
speoal 12 1-2e.


Money Saved on Bed

Spreads.
TWELVE DOZEN FINE RED


SPREADS, FULL SIZE, worth
Spe ola; a8o.


Money Saved on Lawns.
1,000 YARDS SCOTCH LAWNS, IN
A FULL LINE OF COLORS, worth
5, 6 and 7 cents,


Spealor,
10 yards for ve.


Money Saved on Jap

Fans.
3,000 JAP FANS, OPEN and SHUT,
A FULL LINE OF DESIRABLE COL-
ORS, worth 5, kZ 8, ,9 and 10 cents,



Sale Begins at

Eight.


Be on hand prompt-

ly and get choice.


$1.39,


Money Saved on Lawns.
1,000 YARDS OF FINE SWISS
LAWNS, IN A FULL RANGE OF DE-
SIRASLE COLORS, worth 10, 12>
and 15 cents,
speoral,
10 yards for 650.


Money Saved on Mercer-
ized de Unon.
1,000 YARDS MERCERIZED DE
LINON, VELVET SPOT VOILES and
FRENCH ORGANDIES, worth 25, 35
and 40 cents,
Speelal, 20e.


Money Saved on Ready-
to-Wear Hats.
TWO DOZEN READY-TO-WEAR
HATS and ONE DOZEN SHAPES,
worth 50, 7c, $1.00 and $125,
Spe ea, 2eo.


Noney Saved on Window
Shades.
SIX DOZ FINE WINDOW SHADES
7x3, GREEN, ECRUE AND WHITE,
FRINGED COMPLETE WITH FIX-
TURES, worth 50c EACH,

3 for 1.0"0.


Wm. Johnson & Son
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Redingote Costume in


Toilet Brodee.


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The Price of Our Furniture

Is Made Easy
Yon can get it now and pay later. Enjoy it whie you
= are paying for it. It is made by skilled mechanics ',f
Thoroughly dried lumber and will last a lIfetime. You
can get a bedroom suit for as little as $20 and as high as
.$125, and all sorts of prices in between. Remember, we
have mosquito bars. Phone us your order.
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MAR8 TON & QUINA,


1084110 S. Palafox St.


BYAN'S


BELL PHONE 2


Phone 148.


Pensacola, Fla.


VIAI Rill iETi I TiII

VARIETY STORE,


111 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.


OB.


Jwinkle Nignt Lamps, regular 25c,
sale price 10c.
25 beat quality Envelopes (or 10c.
4 papers Flower Seeds, 5c.
Genuine Mennen's Talcum Powder.
regular price 25c, our price 20c.
Night Lamp Chimneys, two for 5c.
A No. 1 Tar Soap, 5c cake.
Alcohol dtoves. 25. 50 and 75c each.
Chair Seats, all sizes, 10c.
Six Sheers Fly Paper, c.
Cativas Back Tally Books, 10c.
16-inch Colonial Vases going at 10c.
Blue Mottled Growlers, 10c.
Glass Rolling Pins, 50c.
Tack Hammers, 10c.


* TERSELY TOLD _


The redingote is built somewhat the waist. The skirts are shirred w A. *
upon the bolero Order for the top, the; closely to the band, falling in full folds ""--ll .
vest embroldered to match, and a lit-' almost to the ankle, where the single
tIL'.cdravat threaded through the col-, bounce that trims the skirt appears en Hendrft & Capnter wil fuftsi
lar. The fit of the body portion is suite with the coat. The sleeve is a estimates oa buildi~ and painting
close, and the belt of linen is drawn; single puff. with a double ruffle of em- and glVe ptsonal attention to work
through a handsome pearl buckle at bioldery extending below the elbow. 932 B. Stira, and 824 Eadt Leat
streets'
seems to agree with the judge. He M la*e. Oertal & Co., wkhot e
JUDGE PARKHIILL is looking well. his step appears even rUs ad r u l" andpoe
more elastic than of old. and the same the ob-i M 'Q lh of the kind
IS IN TE CITYV mc nial smile which always wreath- In Md L plW S to all
is0 IN I L C l IY ed bhi features when greeting a friend Why U fticotr T whes yey
appears even more marked than for'- C b" I B w.d- ,s Dimlt,
Inerly. Kars 1 Crq s at 0 .
Judge Charles B. Parkhll. of the Judge Parkhill is now on 'his vaesK T'am i n,--ra 4 lW- a
supreme eourt, is a visitor in the city tion, this week of which he will spend ,
this week, having arrived here from here, and he will then o with hi is a iq som r-
Tallahassee Friday eight. the mountain of Nth
Work O the saptenfe coert mtes ze m -... ... .
x "MP3c ILlr~ sr


Six packages White Ivo- ? fir
Curling Irons, regular lOc. ;j~ ; e
5c.


Snowflake library Pa-t:. ,c.
Bath and Knife Bricks. 1lc.
Gas Tapers, Sc box.
Goln' Decorated Bowls. b! ~.ri:
Try a Bi-Ped Tack PdllPr. f r ;
up matting and carpet tack.. ei
25c.
4-oz bottle of Machine 00:' .
15 bars A No. 1 Laundry S)ap
4 dos Clothes Pins for 3c.
Feather Dusters. 10c.
Granite Sa.ce Paans, 2,1c to ;:


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Money Saved by Shopping at The Big Store!

Where only Reliable Merchandise is offered you, where you
can save money on each and every purchase, and where you
can always get your money back when you want it.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNINe. AUGUST 2.,6 '1SL


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ODD


SALE


Now goa n o it third week, and with as much r nhusiasm a at the start. POSltlv ly, *II Summer PFitwoar must 9. All OddQ and Ends, must be disposed of at onoe
Vc propoa to begin the fall season with everything n w. To this ead are present prices made. We shall sell every dollar's worth, rest assured. The tremendous selling of last week
depleted the ranks of certain lots, but we've plenty of other styles and numerous items for which there is no room in this spa:e. Comt take a look, buy if you please,


Eu's --a-iL


06." Potent Kid Oxfords, all
styla, to go at................8m
$5." Vd Kid Oxd s, tal styles,
to at ......................Ss
$5.00 Tan Rslas Calf Ofords,
au ltes, to go at .............S9
S4.00 Oxford, Patenta, Tans,
Kit d OCalf. tae and button,....
all strle darig Odd and End
ale ..........................S.1
$3.50 Oxerda, 'Patent Colts, Pat-
e"t Kid, Vci Kid, Box and
Vekar Caf heavy and light
w t, blater, lace or but-
tim tas or blacks, alU repu-
table ma*k, tp tact, any of our
$.s oCoords or ..............S2m
SA Ptamt Kid and Colt Ox-
t rda. ow ...................$2.18
$2.50 Ccie o any pair in the
sto- ......................$1
$2 Any Style that's your size. .1.62
$1.50 Sat Calf Work Shoes, now $1.18
$1.10 Oil Orat. Old Men's Com-
tort. peed oles ............$1.A
i flaUn Calf Onagress, cap
tor ........................94 te


Edwin Clapp's Oxfords.
$6.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, the
highest grade shoe made, dur-
ing Odd' and End sale........ $4.98
$6.00 Russian Calf Oxfords,' the
supreme leather, Acme of per-
fection, all to go at.......... $4.98
The EDWIN CLAPP SHOES are
acknowledged to be the HIGHEST
GRADE MADE, but, then, the sizes are
broken, 80 THEY MUST GO.

Ladies' Hosiery.
$1.50 kind. black, silk embroid-
ered Lisle thread, now......93 cts
$1.25 kind, black, cob web, lace
insertion, now............. 77 cta
$1.00 kind, all lace Usle, many
patterns, now................47 cta
50-cent Tan and White Lace, Lisle
thread, now ..................39 cts
2¢ Tan, Black and White
Lace an&d Gauze, now....... 19 cts
15-cent kind, fancy effects for.... 7 cts


Ladies' Oxfords
$3.50 Patent Kid, turn sole, hand-
sewed .....................$288
$3.50 Tan BlEcher, ribbon aees,
welt sole .........'....:. ....2
$3.00 Tan Oxfords, all styles.
what's left, now .............$2.24'
$3.00 Vici Kid, lace and button,
now ..........................2.43
$E.50 Oxfords, Tans or Blacks, all
styles, at ....................$1.96
(2.00 Oxfords, Tans or Blacks ,all
styles, at.....................$1.64
ti 50 Oxfords, Tan, large eyelets,
wide laces, at ................ $1.18
$1.50 Oxfords, Black, sizes 6, 6%.
7 and 8, only .................$1.01

Men's Hosiery.
50-cent kind, solid colors and
fancy, 3 pair for ............. $1.00
25-cent kind, all colors and pat-
terns, now .................. 19 cts
25-cent Boys' Heavy Ribbed School
Hose, now ................. 19 ct
25-cent Misses' Tan, Black and
White Lace Lisle, now......19 cta


102 SOUTHEET.
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Ladies' Strap Sandal.
$3.50 Patent Ideal Kid, French
and Cuban heels, one, two and
three cross straps, all styles,
now ........................$2.27
$2.50 Patents, French and' Cuban
heels, three and four straps,
also ribbon effects, all to go at $1.96
$2.50 Vici Kid, 2, 3 and cross
strap, French heels, now ......$1.89
$2.00 Patents and Plain Leathers,
to go at ............ .........$1.59
50-cent Boudoir Slippers, red and
black, now ................ 39 cts

Children's Sandals and Oxfords.
$200 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ......................... $1.46
$1.75 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................... $1.39
$1.50 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ......................... $1.13
$1.25 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................97 cents
$1.00 kind. choice, any pair in store
for ........................87 cts


Misses' Sandals i Oxfords
$2.50 kind, the choice of any pair
in store for....................$1.94
$2.00 kind, choice of any pair in
store for.................... $1.47
$1.75 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ....................$1.39
$1.50 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ..................$1.13
$1.25 kind, choice of any pair in
store for .....................89 cts


Infants' Suda Oxdords
$1.50 kind, choice any pair in
store for ............. ....... $ 1.12
$1.25 kind, choice any pair in
store for....................93 t
$1.00 kind, choice any pair in
store for ...................82 ca
75-cent kino', choice of any pair in
store for....................49 ct
50-cent Soft Soles, all colors,
any pair in store for........ 39 cta


FEET FURNISHERS
FOR FOLKS


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The tide will wipe out
AuCua out very soon. Some
people think it's too late to buy
ti:nc clothes, but wise men know
tha' a suai can be bouht now
a about half its real value, and
wiU be fresh and new,next sea-
eon.


underwear Cut Price


Sale


C. Goodma, 0 Ask nsPerver


COTTRELL,
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Penacoa Florida

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TERSELY TOLD.
SMW C Newton. of Bonifay, was
.'r' th~ i city) yesterday.
S.::"- fortel E.-arqbia Rifles
M : nday night at the offce
e' -ar, ':i wh. n every meia-
S as signed the roll is request-
S: <'*nda;w .
S L-.isa.. a prominent naval
'r- *'r' of Caryville. was in
-'- .~lay on a short visit. He
t tol Mohile. where he will
fe- aw days on business.
a : of Oak Grove No. 4
oI D attend a meetlp
S ':ht. Augus: 24. at 7:30
.* x. t Salisburg build-
,:-'.*rnmntl street.
"~. ho has been inspect-
"" '- ','C:un- for W. S. Key-
S. .'- ilas: night and will
M onday to inspect

".- somen'hing "'ust as
S '" .r hc'r for Blue Rib-
-* : a Van'lla Extract.
S :a or81s perfectly.

EIT TO RELIEF
OF STR. ATHOS
5asociated Press.
0 1. K Aug 1--Th)o NaTy
: 'a. ord.re. a tug and
; . f 4( ,a a* once in
"* :*-an!ur Atbc*. suppoa
*t "lftlna cisahled a hundred
Sof the South Caroliaa


FENCE BUILDING MAYOR BLISS ON:


AT BYOU PAYMENT OF


CHICO BILLS


Mayr iss Apinr F em s In This Says That tills Were Paid Two
Mantr ud estanibg and Tiras Timns, Accord-
gr is-Asle hig to Checks.

Fence building ia the m taty < Mayor Blis, who made the state-
ment yesterday morning that he hadi
Bayou Chico is becoming quite inter- founh b tts asgist the city paid twice,
testing. and about every two months and in one instance three times by
some party either figures in the courts the former administration, was seen
or before the city council on this ac- yesterday afternoon in regard to the
count. article in the afternoon paper, and
asked for a statement relative to the
The latest is a restraining order, same. Mayor Bliss had the following
which is asked for by R. J. Brent to to say relative to the matter:
prevent Chas. H. Miss from closing a "Yes," said Mr. Bliss, "I h.*e wad
street, or alleyway, which has been the article in the evening 1o re-
used by the employees of that firm in garden the repeated payme d
bills, but the article puts me in some-
reaching their work and returning what of a false light, showing that I
therefrom. Mr. Bliss resides within had paid the bills that had been paid
a short distance of the beach and dur- by the previous administration, where-
ing the past few days he constructed as, the fact is the bills hada been
e e ed. paid by the previous administration
&A fence to tthe a s ee hu pr- twice and payment tendered the third
venting the men employed at the mill time.
from getting to their place of employ- "The facts in the case are these:
nient without going around a couple When the city administration chang-1
of blocks. ed hands, it was on the 8th of the
In doing so, the mayor, who had month, and the monthly payday oc-i
a'so complained some months since, curred on the 10th. Most of the bills
about other parties obstructing such I and vouchers were already made out,
races. supposed to be streets, stated, among them a voucher for the Louis-
that he had only followed the example ville and Nashville Railroad CVtnpan:
of others, and if property holders in for $80.23. The warrant for this was
that vicinity had the right to build drawn by Mr. Shine, and countersign-'
fences to the waters edge, he had the ed by Mr. Morgan. The voucher wias
same right. approved by A. Zellus, as chairman of
Mr. Bliss appeared upon several o-i the Board of Public Works, and byr
casions before different boards ana' Mr. Shine, as clerk. and by Oscar E.
the city council and protested about Maura, as acting mayor. Thus. youn
the closing of the streets, but no action will see that I had nothing to cw with
was ever taken. this bill, further than to sign the war-,
A few days since he shut of pas-; rant, which I did upon the representa-
sage between the dummy station at tions made. This warrant was ten-:
Cherokee and Brent's mill by building dered the Louisville and Nashville'
the fence. and the present procedigs Railroad Company, in settlement of
are the result, the voucher. and Agent P. G. Cato, of
The matter has not not been de- the L. & N. railroad, returned the
cided, having been continued until the voucher and the warrant, stating thar
first portion of this week. ij was drawn for $30.00 too much as
I $20.00 of the same had been paid prc-
WILL INTEREST MANY. piously on May 2nd. A new warrant
Every person should know that roAd was then drawn covering amended
heath is impossible if the kidneys are voucher in the amount of $50.23.
deranged. poley's Kidney Cure will "On subsequent Investigation it;
cure kidney and bladder disease In was found that this account of $30.00
every form, and will build up and hao been paid twice before, the first
strengthen these organs so they will payment being on April 12th and was
perform their functis properly. No again paid on May 2nd. -Fayment was
danger of Bright's disease or diabetes again tendered for the third time on
if Fol's Kidery Cure is taken in June 10th on a voucher drawn and
time. approved by the previous adminisera-
1 tion. Thus, you see, that the present
administration was in no way respon-
sible for offering to pay the, voucher
the third time. .
I "Investigation made by the present i
M I C LL administration discloses the fact that
a bill for $15 and some cents had been i
paid the Saunders Mill Company by
Famous Scotch and Irish the former administration, ana' theD
present administration recovered the,
amount and converted it into the city
treasury. of the city. The present ad-
W H ISK IES ministration is in no wise responsible
for these double and triple aymenet
Sc bills but is recovering the money
Are recoia.inded by Analyststs and so paid by the former administration
Doctors for their purity and excellence.' a, fast as it becomes known."
See that you get
half the ills that man is heir to!
al' come rm indigestion.. Burdock
icnWeh s ISk S Blood Biters strengthens and tones
.tbe stomach; makes indigestion im-
sad don't be persaaled to take any posiblte.
other.
SUmmer Foed. *.
7 Cma S .ultitlm, Ppss Ruw, mackerel, cod esh. herring and Dill
7 Bp-iro. cpkles.- This year's crop; all fresh at
ROSSCIAU & GamarKL


MONDAY,


THE


BUSY


For the Next Three Days


Ready-to-Wear Department


AT


ACTUAL COST !


Our entire line of New Lawn and Silk Shirt Waists; Silk, Lawn and

Linen Suits and Odd Skirts, all to be sacrificed for the

next three days before the inventory books close.


Bargain Sale of Towels

and Bed Spreads.
5e White Crash Towels, to go in
this sale, per dozen .......... 35o
15c extra size Turkish Bath Tow-
els, in this sale $1.00 per dozen
or each ....................... 100
200 dozen 20x45 Extra Weight
White Huck Towels, special cut
price $1.35 doz, or each .......12c
200 dozen 18x36 White Huck Tow-
els, Hemmed and extra weight.
worth $1.50 per dozen, in this
sale .......................... 95c
5c White Twilled Crash Toweling,
now .......................... Ric
100 dozen Large TTHnmegd Whire
Turkish Bath Tovls, formerly
25c, marked down to ......... 19c
Best 75c 10-4 White Spreals,
marked down to ..............
Best $1.00 10-4 White Spreads,
marked down to .............. 75c
Best $1.39 10-4 White Spreads
marked down to .............. 98
Best $1.50 10-4 White Spreads,
marked down to .............$1.19
Best $1.75 10-4 White Spreads,
marked down to ...........$. 1.39


Best $2.25 10-4 White Spreads.
marked down to .............. $1.59
All our fine Ma;'oellloe Spreads at
special mark-down prices.
S6C Large Bleached Sheets,
special ...... ..- ** 45c
14c Linen Finished Pillow Cases,
now only 10c


Silk Bargains for Monday
36-inch Black, AllSilk Swiss Taf-
feta, actually worth $1.25 per
yard, only a limited quantity, to
go at 89c
40c White Wash Jap Silks, to go


at
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PENSACOLA. FLRIDA, SUNDa' MORNING AUGUST 20. 1905. ,,

Progre ve Penscola Will Vote for Bods
at Tuesday's Elction.
On Tuesday the qualified electors of Pensacola will be given an oppor-
tunity to vote on the proposition to issue bonds for public improvements.
That the proposition will carry goes almost without saying, for the people
of Pensacola were long ago convinced that the Deep Water City can never be
what It should be, and will be. except by the accomplishment of those public
improvements comtemplated by the bond issue.
But while the bond issue will in all probability carry by a good majority,
ft will be well for the public to bear in mind the fact that in this case, as
In all others of a similar nature, a certain element of opposition exists which
ust be met and overcome-overcome too by a vote so decisive that it cannot
e misunderstood.
A few sore-heads, moss-backs, and chronic obstructionists live in Pensa-
cola as well as elsewhere and their influence will of course be cast against
tbe bond luane.
It is to the credit of the general enterprise of the city that, whatever op-
position to the bond issue may exist, no one has had the temerity to openly
manifest it, and, whatever work such opposition may accomplish, will be done
ia the underhand way characteristic of dog-in-the-manger tactics.
Pensacola wants public improvements and there is but one way of getting
them-by issuing bonds for that purpose. All enterprising citizens are in
Cavor of this and will so vote on Tuesday.
We want more paved streets, an adequate sewerage system, a new city
hall, and a water supply system that will furnish an adequate amount of water
at a reasonable price for same. It will require a bond issue to get these things
--enterprising citizens want the bond issue.
Pensacola's future is just what her citizens make it-she can be a dead
town or a live one. She can go ahead or go backward. She can get into the
same class with other cities of her size and wealth or she can lag behind them
just as she is now.
What Pensacola intends to do-what she is to be-will hinge largely on
the result of Tuesday's bond election.
The Journal has faith enough in the enterprise, common sense, and sound
'business judgment of the people of the community to believe that they are
going to vote to go ahead. It means either an advance or a retreat and we
believe it will be an advance.


New Feature in Store
for Journal Rea ers.
On Sunday, September 3, two weeks
from to-day, The Journal will begin
-the publication of the greatest series
of detective stories ever written-in
$ct the greatest achievement in
twentieth century fiction which the
lovers of good literature have been
permitted to enjoy.
This series of stories will be noth-
ing less than Sir Conan Doyle's great
masterpices of mystery-"The Re-
turn of Sherlock Holmes." There are
thirteen complete stories in the series
and for writing them the author re-
ceived the largest sum ever ptlo for a
similar amount of work. The stories
ere now published in syndicate form
and by reason thereof The Journal is
able to offer them to its readers.
The Journal will publish the first
story In the series two weeks from to-
day and one thereafter each Sunday
intil the series is completed. If you
are Sot already a subscriber to this
paper, you should' be; and if you
haven'tt subscribed by September 3,
you will be missing one of the great-
est treats ever offered the reading
pbUe.I
At last opponents of railroad rate
legiasltian have found means of turn-
lag the shippers of the south against
their own interest, for rate legisla-
tion may endanger the ridiculous
Jim Orow law of the states.-Pensa-
cola News.
Pros all of which as well as from
previous expressions of the News on
te same subject we may conclude
that our discerning contemporary Is
opposed to what it terms Jim Crow
laws. It is doubtless the only white
newspaper in Florida which would
tae such a position.
A "Relp Supply Company" has been
organized in Jacksonville for the pur-
pose of obriTir;g rosy-cheeked Ger-
Man gir'! into Florida for employment
as house-servants. It will probably
develop into more of a matrimonial
breau than an employment agency.
That, a: least, is the usual tendency
In sucb cases.
Drding for deep water will begin
fa RHIsboroagh Bay September 1st.
Deep water is all that Tampa needs
ft make her one of the most impor-
Wt shipping ports on the Gullf
UbLter Burbank believes that he
m produce "the perfect ma." Bemd
"hi to the Florida leislatare. It
-Mis htm.-Jacksonville Time-Un-
fit what wlId it do without him
-er hea a thee? Be codtet gft
to =a atU4 tha b t
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caucuses, he'ca have to mess by him-
self at the hotel (even if he could get
into a hotel) and we do not recall any
particular spot on the railing of the
Leon veranda where he could erect
his heels for that daily hour of quiet
contemplation which is so common a
sight during legislative sessions. The
Florida legislature, we fear, has no
very suitable place to offer the "per-
fect man." The third house, however,
might be able to show him a taste of
high life that would prove a revela-
tion to him.
Editor H. W. Johnston, of the
Apalachicola Times, has been elected'
mayor of his city and he has already
issued a proclamation to clean up and
put the town in good sanitary condi-
tion. Mayor Johnston was the nomi-
nee of the white primary and he,
with the other primary nominee, went
in without opposition.
The colored people of Mobile have
held a mass meeting and launched a
movement to aid in the general cam-
paign of sanitation which is now go-
ing on in that city. Our colored
citizens can usually be depended
upon to assist every good work of
that kind when occasion requires.
The Journal has some very attrac-
tive new features in store for its read-
ers in the very near future. If you
are not a regular reader of The Jour-
nal you cannot subscribe any too
quick In order to get the full benefit
of those new features.
The following from the columns of
the Cleveland Leader, seems to be par-


ticularly apropos at this t;me:
Cltlen.--"What possible excuse did
you fellows have for acquitting that
mtdere?" Juryman. --"nsanity."
Cittsen--'Gee! The whole twelve of
you?'
Nan Patterson announces that she
is going to be married. Nan fails to
say whether this marriage is to be a
real one of just another of her install-
ment plan affairs.
The Mobile Herald is showing mark-
ed Improvement during the past few
months. It is a credit to both Man-
ager Hamburger and the city of Mo-
bile.
Mlxty thousand New York men are
said to desert t;liir wives annually.
In Chicago they do it semi-annually.
Will medical men who maintain
that yellow fever Is never transmitted
save through the mediumahip of moo-
quitoes keaae give an adequate idea
oi where the Infectlo flst originates?
Do the insects originate as well as
tr-amit the diseasem?--ebraka
State JGoea
itkMt. PW 4 *ftd ZA UO


TOmpaS Tife, votes about bdbt
ecciumn of good editorial space In an
Attempt to answer the above quMtion
iBo:h question and answer. however,
S:.e on a par with the old proIPIUo
as to Ubiec existed iArt, th* 14 t
the egg. WhcJ this can be settled It
will then be time enough to tackle
the stegoo ia slad fever eom to3,ti
'Beport comes from New Orleans
that the only people with whom the
authorities hav experienced any
trouble In securing proper observe
tion of the siatary rgaatio-ne-o-


the ~9t2Foi .-r ich dtas Of clt1tzcn.;
This is usually the case.I It never!
diffllt to secure obedience to lawI
front'ge poorer class of citizens, butt
tlere is a aOrta neldpent of citilen-i
Iship, w bo, lifortunately, seea to
think they are above the law and its
reqatrmenta. They exist everywhere
'md they can no doubt be found in
Pensacola as well as in New Orleans.
What was it the governor of Mis-
aissippi sai to the governor of Louls-
lana? .


TALKS TO SUBSCRIBERS.


Kicks About Kickers.

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SECURED -If THIS PAPER

SIR A. CO.A DOVYIE'S

Latest and oeir.t.et S*chirvement


The Return of Sherlock Holmes


Coalpris~g Thirteen G Aat Detective Asterpieces

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"Boys will be boys"-and The Jour- "Hello," he said.
nal's carrier boys are Just as boyifh "Hello," I said.
as Mother Nature Intended them to be. "Please send The Journal to No. 711
Perhaps, Mr. Kicker Subscriber, you Cevallagossa," he said.
used to be a boy once for a short time "Certainly," I said. "It will be there
yourself; maybe Mrs. K. S. remembers in the morning."
when she fell heels over head in love The necessary machinery was put
with you-you were a boy-a mere in motion and on the morrow the boy
boy. on the route tried to serve the new
The circulation department of The subscriber. He failed to find him.
Pensacola Journal has one branch de- Then this happened:
voted to Kicks and the chief clerk in The phone bell rang.
that department attends to the Kick- "Hello," I said.
ers (note the big K). This chief clerk "Hello," he said. "Didn't get my
is not a Kicker but he has a few kicks paper."
coming and has a good mind to air "Sorry," I said, "but who are you?"
his grievances in public. He discovered himself.
A very nice lady called up this clerk "Well, Mr. Slowman, the boy could
of the Kickers the other morning and not find the number."
kicked-this lady did-about her pa- "Couldn't find the -!!! Can he,
per. She said the boy had failed to read?"
leave her copy. Well, The Journal is "Fairly well. He's in the seventh
an absolute necessity in many homes, grade."
and the Kicker clerk, who is well "on "The figures on the house are a foo:
to his job" and knows this fact, didn't high."
do a thing but grab a copy and "chase They measure four and one-half -
himself" eleven blocks to the home of inches, but we didn't contradict.
this lady Kicker so that she might "We will try again, sir," I said,-and
have her paper and be prepared for expressed the usual regrets.
one more day of happiness. Upon About noon the following day Mr.
closing the front gate the clerk found Slowman walked in and kicked-over
the dog belonging to Mrs. Kicker de- the counter. He declared be resided
pouring the paper. (Even the domes- at 711 Cevallagossa street and had
tic animals have to have The Journal.) lived there three years. We submitt-
The carrier boy was not to blame, and ed the directory and showed the gen-'
the lady kicker admitted It. She very tleman that he lived in a vacant lot.
politely phoned the office and took Ile employed strong language and call-,
back her kick. ed directory publishers and some other'
Another Kicker complained that a persons hard names. All of a sudden
carrier had failed to leave a paper at he laughed heartily, became very red
iher, home, No. 4-11-44 Romanafox St. in the face and in-manneredly refused
The kick secretary took one to her. to tell us the joke for some time.
She didn't live at 4-1144 at all but two Finally, however, he told us he had Coprig t by ColYnr' Weekly.
doors away. The folks at 4-11-44 are given his phone number for his house:
not kickers. The Journal has been de- address and paid a year in advance. U-LOCrJ HOLMES
livered to them for some time, they It wasn't The boy's fault. Now he RJA HOL S
have read it and enjoyed it and bene- gets his Journal regularly and hasn't i -i
fted by it, and never complained-nor kicked since the first copy was dellv-
had they paid for it. This wasn't the ered to hjnt. ,
boy's fault either. *Thls kicker didn't It the outsider could see the Jour- from brute force and vindictiveness
know her own house number-but the nal boys in.a bunch he would be af- The majesty of the law is always
boy was blamed for her error. forded a most interesting study. The present, therefore the occasion is rare.
Here is something to jar you: Mr. are not all angels perhaps but we ip-indeed It ever occurs, when a man
Kicker met a carrier and ordered him have seen one of them take a smaller if indeed it ever occurs, we n thia
not to deliver any more Journals at boy's part against a bully; we have enlightened ag with deadly weapons
his home. (At the same time hetook seen one who had a heavPload of pa- lth whicg h he may, in the heat of
that morning's copy to his office.) Two pers help carry the quota of another; pain, take the life of a fellow man.
hours later the phone jingled. we have .ko,wn them to come away Too often have the careers of good
"Hello" back to the office for a paper for you; and useful citizens been brought to
"Hello, Journal office?" we have knpwn them to refuse to de- an unmely en simpl because an,
"Yes'm." liver to yeo an Imperfectly printed furiated man carried a pistol. There
"This is Mrs. Upperten. My Jour- Journal and to make an extra trip for are in te onct camps in this state
nal hasn't come and it Is nearly 9 your special benefit. Yes, "boys will murderers serving life senteu-
o'clock." be boys" but some of them are manly emanwho would not be where they are
"Why, Mr. U directed that the paper boys. today had it not been for the coward-
be stopped." It is all very well to caution boys ly resort to arms.
"Well, I want it and you may senI against carelessness, against boyish- .The sooner the courts measure out
It to me. I want that paper." ness-in otherwords against being the extreme penalty for such offenses
It isn't always the boy who is to ratural-but behind some newsboy's the sooner will this state be free from
blame. shrtfront beats the heart of a future a very bad habit
"Boys will be boys." They can't be mayor, of a coming senator, possibly
anything else and bless their little of your own son-in law. Who knows?
hearts, may they continue to be boys You don't. Kick! that's all right and TO SUBSCRIBERS
for a long time to come. often good for your health, but don't
Tuesday my phone summoned me kick the boy unless he deserves it.
and Mr. Slowman was on the wire. THE CIRCULATION MAN. City subscriptions should be paid


- THE COURTS ARE
S HLD RESPONSIBLE. -
St. Augustine Record.--
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only to the ollowng autnorizeu cl-
lectors:
Wallace B. Caswell.
Dudley R. Barrow.
George A. Fleming.
Carlton Cushman.
Do Not Pay Carriers.
The only authorized travelling rep-
resentatives of The Pensacola Journal
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The Board of Health of Pensacola Last week did not close without the A Hogeboom and Robert E.
has come to the conclusion that the urual record of deaths from carrying Theams culation departmentwill rc-
national government should assume concealed weapons. It is a well- Thnie no receipts signed b any
charge of all port quarantine matters, known fact that the pistol has causedoni no receipt sgd
and that city asks the co-operation of more deaths in the .South than yellow others. FRM A. SWEET, jT
all other cities in securing this as- fever. In view of the serious condl- rr. Circulation.
sumption of authority. So disgusted tion of affairs it would be well for the MCHAr. CiruT Asst. Mr.
has Pensacola and other nearby cities sate press to carry on a spirited cam- CHARLES F. STEWART, A gr
become at the secreting of yellow fe- paign against the evil, with the pur
ver at New Orleans until it became pose in view of securing effective leg- GOING AWAY?
epidemic that they have lost faith In islatton at the next session of the When tou leave the city for your
the honesty and ability of local quar- state legislature to stamp it out in en vou neave e Pc n co
antine officials to cope with the als- Florida. summer vacation have The Penatcola
ease. if it is demonstrated that the The Pensacola Journal is one of the Journal follow you. Notify circular.
Marine Hospital Service is the best first to call attention to a possible t;on manager, Phone 38.
and surest agency to contend with remedy. That paper calls attention
this fatal disease, it should be sought to the fact that the courts, instead of
without hesitancy. Some men may imposing the full penalty of thbe law ,^ --; '-^--; '
object upon the political dogma that it for carrying concealed weapons, have
is a surrender of state rights tb ask been imposing the minimum penalty r WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUNO.
the government to Interfere in state -$100 fine, without imprisonment-- Z -- 1
quarantine, but such nonsense in ann' cites the provisions of the law l* The Pensacola Journal Is on 'A
such emergencies should not be con- (act of 1901, as follows: #- sale at the following places in *
sidered. "By imprisonment of not less than the city: -
The people of the Southern seaport three months nor exceeding six Bay Hotel.
towns want immunity from fatal pesti- months, or by fine of not less than Coe's Book Store.
lence, and any move to secure such a one hundred dollars or exceeding five Depot News Stand. ;
thing should be invited regardless of hundred dollars, or by both such fine Gem Book Store. i
the political opitllobs of the non-sut- and imprisonment." .. Lewi House.
ferers. The position taken by The Journal Merchants Hotel.
Pensacola asks that all seaport is heartily endorsed by John Collins's A Southern Hotel.
towns join her in this request, and Tallahassee True Democrat, which Thompson's Book Store. ,
also the renest that congress pass a seys: .. Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. -9
general quarantine law, and we see "It certainly Is the duty of the Wagenheim's News Stand.
no objection whatever to such action courts to do everything in their power Walker's Book Store.
If the nation is more successful and to prevent crime, and nothing they t
resourceful in its methods of operat- could do would so effectually act as A, '-Z---, -^,^^^. ****
ing such law than the states are. a preventive of crimes of violence -
This new feature of petitioning na- than to inflict the maximum penalty
tional ai&d would probably never have rof the law upon all who violate the
been suggested had it not been shown p-ovisions against the carrying of C H A R I
how the disease got into New Orleans weapons." R AE
and remained there so long before be. Public sentiment is deciedly
ing made public. This to a consider- against the almost common practice of R AE *
able degree has destroyed the cons- carrying concealed weapons. There fa Pilw wi ra
dence of other seaport towns In the may be extreme cases in which a man A beautiful Sofa Pillow will be r
proper treatment to be accorded is justified in arming himself to pro- fled for charity at Kupfrian's Par.
death other under wtate 'ad local man- tect his life or his property, for ac. Wednesday nigtt, August 21, at 8!
aement. It is asserted that there cording to a proverb, the substance ot o'clock.
will be so secreey or deepton prac which is older than all written law, Following this there will be a dance!
tletd by the goyeramet ta tnegrd to "eelf-presetwation is the first law of to which all are invited.
the presence of disease anywhere. nature." But that does not justify the
New Orieas h bes oase- t to ask pstol-totla habit. The reseats o ADMISSON:
the usDrmameta4e tht igty, and this csnutrfy enram social cod5t1o@s, aseprn;.- .- .- -..* .... CIa i
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LE6AL UVERTISEMEuTSn. IProeI ieal Dieo.
BOND ELECTION, VOTING DR. R. G. BUCKNER,
PLACES AND CLERKS SPECIALIST
AND INSPECTORS. EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT
Office 7a 1 Palasx at.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to
For the purpose of conducting the
Bond Electioi the following voting T IO CAMP
places are hereby designated, and the PATTLLO CAM BELL
following inspectors and clerks arc Afttom ,cyo LW,
hereby selected and appointed to
serve at such Bond Elect!on to bh Room 406 Thesen Buildnl
held on the 22nd day of August, 1905: -
Precinct No. 12-Voting place, north- V
east corner of Intendencla and Alcaniz THO LEY
streets. LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS ANI
Precinct No. 13-Voting place, north- COLLECTIONS
east corner of Palafox and Garden PALAFOX AND ROMANA
streets, Wills & Brouchton's marble PHONE "9,
yard.
Precinct No. 14-Voting place, south J. P. STOKES,
west corner of Palafox and Romana t un r La-
streets, rear of Morrison's store. ALtor y d
Precinct No l5--Voting pace. south- 106 East government Street
east corner of Intendencia and De- Gensral Law Practice.
Vi;liers streets, No. 331 W. Intender.- -- -
cia street. OEOGC OUVILL
In e actors and Clerks.GEORGE
Precinct No. 12-L D. Marzoni, in- ATTORNE-AT-LAW.
spector; F. F. Bingham. inspector; f. Room 50 Thl-ehkw Ti Phoe 7I
P. Reese, inspector; Jas. T. Jerald-.' --.
Cerk. WELSH & sMITH
cPrecinct No. 13-L. E. Brooks. in- W ELSH SMITH,
s, cctor: J. E. Wote, inspector; Thos. ^AC ,l la
Kent, inspector; W. C. Mac';ey, clerk. _.1D TB .
Prdcht No. 14--F. V. Brawner, in Fhter BuiWI, 2" .South Palat
.rctor; LI S. Brown, Inspector; C. M. t
Ccston irfspector; Sam Pasco, clerk. PMHO E 25.
Precinct No. 15-J. Abercrombie ,
i pector; W. A. Dunham. inspector; -
T. S. Caro, inspector; F. M. Whiting, R JIO. B TILLER,
(clrk.
Adopted by the City Council at a
special meeting, Iugust 15, 1905.
CIiHA. IT. CBJ83, Room 8, Brent Buidin.L Phone. S
Mayor of Fensacola._


Attest-
3. S. BONARD, Clerk.


In Escambia County Circuit Court-
State of Florida-In Chancery.


DR YATES


James Wilkis, et al., vs. W, A. Booth, will e out of t tIll
Pensacola City Cp., a corporation, .
W. HI. Davidson. Starritt Tate, Ad-
ministrator and heir ai law of Wal- July 30th to be ab
ter Tate, deceased; W. H. Knowles,
heir at law of Peter Knowles; LI ouis --
Bolpy, Louisville and Nashville Rail- sen until AUgUSt
road Co., a corporation, successor
to the Pensacola RaPlToad Co., a g-)
corporation; A. V. Clubbs, C. B. llUle
Parkhill. Thbmas C. Watson, W. K.
Anderson, Alex Sto dart, N. Thurs-
ton, Fannie E. Halnes, lectra B. HIL LII N .D
Richards. Josephine G. W. Terry,. L, lo M &O r X
Van Baough IArvngston and Ablda HOMOPATHIST.
Booth. Offce at N a % S. Palafib. B:u'
On Monday ,the fourth day of Sep Building.
member, A. D.,1905, the defendant, W. Ofc $Hours-<:f to 11 a a. *
A. Booth, N. Thrstom Fannie K. 2 to 5 p. a.
Haines, Electra B. RiUeards, Josephlne Residence. 10 North Pat P FL,
C W. Terry, Van Baough jLtvngton, 6-two ri ag. O e Phosel
Ablda Booth and alexander Stoddart Sunays-Sub lgt to cal
ire requite, to appear to the bill Sled
against theILxentr This order to be
published once each week for eight GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
consecutive weeks is the Pensacola _l -
Journal. a newspaper published in | n f l l i Il
said E S ea comtM. Me. cMiltls- 1NUl.lUlUtsr Ol.Ul V
lan. Cler Clf t Coit. By L G. Ay- ..
ward, Q Tor- r
Pensateol, Via,, Sly Iot, 1905. HAULING OF EVERY OWRIPTIOM
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25 Ladies' Sirt Vaist Suits thtl from 1.50 to
$2, your c oi these its at 5


One lot Ladis' Waist, sas 32 and 34
sold for LSO and .SL75, your choice at
One lot Ladies' Waist sizs 32 mad 34,
from $2 to $2.50. your choice at


One lot Percal Wrappers, in red,
worth 75c. your choice at
All 8 13c Figured Lawns
to go at this sale for


only, that 7
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About 50 dazen of those large $50 per dozen
Towels left which we wffU il till out a. v UI


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YOUR CHOICE YOUR CHOICE
CHOC ...35-LADIES' SKIRTS-35...
Pnamas and Brilliantine,
in blue. brown, black and tan our regular
$398. $6.50 Skirts $3,98


To lose out the entire lot we have out those Skirts below
oost, so you had better eome early, for you
cannot afford to miss this sale.


SEE SHOW WINDOW.


One lot Zephyr Dress Ginghams just the thing for
Children's School Dresses, 10 yards for
One lot Voiles and Mohairs, that sold for 20c yard,
only 10 yards for .


Fifteen Ladies'
regular $6.50


65c

98c


Changeable Silk Petticoats, our I
quality, your choice at 3 OU


One lot Percal Wrappers, nicely made and trimmed,
worth $1.00, your choice at *


79c


Twenty yards Best Soft Finish Domestic in town C g j
for 0. Ol. IUU


All 10c Figured Lawns
to go at this sale; per yard,


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Remember, we have Bargains for you in every department on Monday, as we are still selling all Summer Goods

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$Woo:.@o~t"c $totso*$ see@*@$0*00000Ie*0000 0sog 00004


SMayor Bliss, who will live on when
their ashes have com-Ingled with'the
B NIT Iheroes of pst ages. A rare combina-
__ |tion of vlglance, wisdom and "whole
OEM= truth."
S. To be forewarned as to be be well
Special to The Journal. armed.
'nt; F:a A= ;. .-, -hower' would that those timely alarms.
-:, ,-ns ha\, at. ,.x-',nsu l.- w!- h "ounces of prevention" for our
he norma: date for it, tvrmina-j impending dangers, could be flashed
Sh .w.h costly lights of radium; and the
S;.. :, grad .scenery for :he ar- president's Godly words to the miners
r th fan:astic cti;.. Ibeaiifu '. Wilkesbarre could be chaptered
and iigchnine flah.- On .r.to the New Testament, to be daily
-" ",, -Wt si' d".l...(l o ,i' rcad with Christ's teachings.
.-''ujJ-d t. t threatening show- Help the weak and neeay to help
- .' time Thie thuniers rolled themselves.
"ide: anid -:h bloiing A qualified ruler should first learn-
,:o;,,ned danicorouis whirl- tc govern himself.
W tlaily rtcei i d a drench- Cooperative unions are good, when
:,,..r w: h a driving south- antagonistic to none.
Prof. Allen is said to be growing
S,.- ( :o:. fr w)rk or play. hotter rapidly. He can "see-saw" with
'- --ut ;: :h, af:ernoon 173 pounds, either live weight or
in upon us from dressed'
:" ': : :ht thurmniometer Perhaps he has got on to a more
', ::c ,n solid diet than thin beef tea and wa-
Sb',';,ens F spending :ered milk.
S~l ", 'M i L thc country. Don't forget the literary, musical
S, n.' ".,la, and luscious entertainment at the
S,' .n has been an un- lient school house on the night of
f:.. for the "sick the 23rd.
Sr:: Of We er. Cla Bring a little extra change for Ice
S' c' r s:r. Cla A cream and what-nots in remembrance
S.; a rmarkable trio of the Baptist church benefit.
o .. raor and wisdom. THOS. McMIUIAN.
w'< h -, a lriung trio in Dr
..a: 'r. -: Rse\elt and

S, T_ ANDIRWS I


Special to The Journal
St. Andrews, Aug. 19.-A very pleas-
ing affair was the lawn party Saturday
evening at Mrs. W. HL Drummond's,
given under the auspices of the M. E.
church for paying up a small indebt-
edness on the church repairs. The
peatsum of twenty-six dollars was re-i
a:led and many and varied attractions
kept the guests entertained.
Mr. James White, of Marianna. is'
the guest of his sister, Mrs. Hinton
Folsom, on Commerce street
Miss lmna Black, of Pensacola, is
visittng her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Brock.
Mr. Clark Witherill is at home
again after several months absence.
H- expects to tm omly so long as the
yellow lever is la sad around Louis-
icna.
Mr. Moore, of Chipley, is in town
this week.
Miss Jessamfte bltppey. of Wewa-1
hitchka. is visiting Mr. M. G. Post on
Buena Vist avenue.
Mr. W. Com e ad family, of We-
wahitchka. are visiting Mr. and Mrs
Joe Gainer for a few Tays.
A delightful moonlight picnic at the
Culf beach was enjoyed by a party of
twerty-six trhm St Andrew on Tues-
tay night. Bathin in a fne surf was
the event of the evening. though the
bountiful and ielgbtfl luncheon
served lent its charms to a peat de-
gree and too the ride over on the
launches in the moonlight-all were
pleasant and enjoyed by each one of
the merryi-maers.
Quite a party of Ishermen from
Montgomery, Ala, came in on Wednes-
day's "Tarpon" en route to Bayhead.

Mackerel herring and Di
pickles. T 6219aW; al freak at
assof I &4MWAJD!


AGAIN IN FIELD


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I I Specal to The Journal.
------ Warrlngton, Aug. 19.-A ball wfll be
given by the youngfmen of St. John's
Catholic church at the Odd Fellows
Hall on : Tuesday( e en ahg, ,August 22,
and it is expected that a la.ge number
will be present. Music will be sup-
S COTIAGE H1ILL phlied by Barrios's orchestra.
Mr. Richard Ringgold, who ha been
employed at the navy yard, left to-day
S i.al to Th Jou to accept a position in Pennsylvania.
Cotta Aug.e 19a- Mrs. li S^ols, of Pensacola,
Cottage Hill, Aug. 9.--Rain every has been visiting Warrington friends
day insures a bountiful hay crop as f'or the past few days.
well as a splendid time to start a fall Mr and Mr m Boyden are theMy
garden.Mr. and Mrs. Win. Boyden! are the
gar en. happy parents of a fine son.
Uncle George Haverland is out A little daughter arrived at the
again after a ten days' sick spell. home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Chattman
Prof. Fairchild is contemplating the this week.
erection of a dwelling house in the Mr. M. CbanmTrs, who has been
near future. awayfor the pas few months on
A Mr. Durham, of Illinois, arrived board the dredge~auc.us, visited his
this week with his family and expects lami!y yesterday.
tr make this his future home. r. P. Coffey, one of the operators
Mr. C. W. McD3nald, who has been at the wireless station, is confined at
on the sick list for a month past, is the naval hospital with typhoid fever.
now convalencent. Mr. Fred Moore, who has been play-
Mr. Chas. Williams, of Quintette, in baseball with the Birmingham team,
was stricken with paralysis on Thurs- arrived home to-day.
day and we understand is i a critical Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blum, who have
condition. He has been in declining been visiting relatives ;n Opp, Ala.,
health for a month past. I have returned home.
Mr. George Wills shipped this year, Dr. John Kelly. who has been visit-
to Chicago 2.200 bushels of pears and ing relatives here, has left for Port-
three car loads of melons. Pretty, lnd. Ore.. to attend the exposition.
good for one farm. Still we meet peo- Mr. David HirSchkovi:z, of this
nie that say you cannot raise anything place, has left for an extended visfl to
iL Florida. I New York and also to his native coun-
Prof. Fairchild is living for a few try to visit hia parents.
weeks in a house occupied by the late Mr. F. N. Howell, the ice man, has
Dr. Jenkins. purchased a fine horse an will now
run two wagons 4o better supply the
wants of his many customers.


FOR CIRCULATION

A. HOGEBOOM, JOURNAL TRAVEL-
LING REPRESENTATIVE, LEFT
LAST NIGHT.

After spending a few days at head-
quarters, the first time he had been
in Pensacola in over four months, A!.
Hogeboom, one of he Journal's travel-
ling representatives, left last-night for
points along the P. & A. and Monday
he will take in the Yellow River divi-
sion of the road.
Mr. Hogeboom is meeting with re-
markable success in his work for The
'Journal. He .Is continually on thel
road and he has come tc be a well
known visitor at nearly every town,
in West Florida.
The Journal is West Florida's paper,
-the paper that reaches the reading,
public first, that is published in the;
metropolis of this section of the state,,
and that makes a specialty of West
Florida news.
The paper commends Mr. Hogeboom
to its friends everywhere and it as-
sures them that any assistance ren-
dered him will be appreciated both
ly himself and by The Journal.

ASTONISHING RESULTS
Follow Each New Discovery of
Science.


Tl Mr. Fred Schbdls has been ou the The great studies that medical sci-
B B L O O D ick list or the t few weeks, ence has made in the last few years is
Mr. E. W. Towsend paid a short due to the germ theory. When the
INVITES DISEASE visit to Atlanta last week germ of a disease has been discovered,
SRoy Bell met with a painful but no( the doctors have not been slow in
The blood supplies nourishment and a serious accident to-day by falling finding a drug to kill it. In a few
strength to every part'f the body when from a bicycle. The wounds were years, it will be rare to find a bald-
it is rich, pure and healthy. When from dressed by Dr. Waggener at the navy header man or woman. The falling
any cause it becomes diseased or weak at
any cause it becomes disemed or weak it yard. out of hair Is due to a dandruff germ,
cannot supply the nutriment the system and now it has 'been discovered how
needs, and the body is unable toresist the to kill this germ. The remedy used is
diseasesand troubles that re constatly STORM IS called Newbro's Herpicide. Its suc-
mailing it to break down the health. cess has been marvelous. It Is also a
I hae used 8.S.. d it to. APPROACHIlNG delightful hair dressing free from oil
a excellent blood purtiSr and to aso. or sticky substances. Try it and be
My blood was w"a ad itmmae, u convinced of its actual merit. Sold by
ran down and sebtits. e twn I W.: A. IYAtemberte. druggist and
or more pounds in wight. Seel a Rp- I apothecary, 121 S. Palafox street, Pen-
titeadwasinbadshape. 91 s amw. ADVISORY MESSAGE RECEIVED i acoa, Fla. Send 10c. in stamps for
advertise ith theretsa aple to The Herpicide Co., Detroit,
Jr ome little while. My system sa LAST NIGHT FROM WASHING-
gineral health have bee rondarflly EFFCTh.
uiltup, and I no not hb itoato jv TON TO TI'S EFFECT.
Iae. a. te credit for it. H. g ,va .I
arren 0., e0 Second St. According to telegrams sent outW ler S 0 t n
Rheumatism, Skin Diseases, Scraftla, from teic central office of the weather a
Catarrh, Old Sores, Ma l Contagious bureau at Washington, a storm is ap-
Blood Poison, etc., are the results of bad preaching Pensacola, and may reach Genl Daler in
or disaed blood, and until this vital here during today. Vessels are con-Generl eaer in
fluid is cleansed and made p re, trSg sequently advised to proceed with
and healthy, them disease willcotine. caution. The sturbanc l ng
The greatest of all Mood pdi4u and was near the mouth of the Mlsaist sip- JyIw e U S
tonics is S. S. S. It has been curing all pi river, as told in the following tele-.
diseases of the blood f p ver eth forty Observer Reed
years by going down to the very root ashington, Aug. 19, 190
the trouble, forcing out all poisons and "Washington, Aug. 19, 1905.I
impurities and building up every at af "Observer, Pensacola. Fla. CYOLE1 P-APIRED.
s bits finenee Advisatory 9:30 p. m., some signs CYCAIRD.
S it netonires Re . of disturbance approaching mouth of CLES rw RENT.
si, kein Di W? S M!ssissippi. Advise caution until
eases, Scrdfula, Sunday morning.
Catarh. Old "'FRANKYk$1iSimf." tron t e ash Registers, Type
Sore's. M lAarD wte Pistols. Locks and Um-
Sorrs. Malaria, btellab rewpired.
Contag ios New Suite Filed. l obrs l ePto Kniv
PURELY V BEETABLE Blood Poison The following new suits were filed Lawn howelr, Scisors, Knives,
and all -othker yesterday In the office of the clerk of es., shabrPed.
blood troubles, and cures tlhem peanto the circuit court: Most complWete tle keys in the
neatly. S. S. S. is the jcgnowledd Indemnity Mutual Marine Insurance egi. '
king of blood purifiers and the greatest Co., -vs. Thos. F. Britson, replevi, Try Booteon Messenger Service
of all tonics. Books on the different di $g00; Blount & Blount, attorneys for whe a a arryr Qo end messages.
eaes, and any medical advie ya may plaintiffs. ...
wish will be givn without chage. J. W. Boyett vs. D. Harrison, damr- M IA .
Tm E wr rvcmT co, CW A0 a1ses $ ; W. 10. V= I. Ko0w, *F WI IETIA
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DRUG


LEADERS

The people of Escambia County,
as well as the manufactures gen-
erally, look upon us as the drug
leaders of this part of the coun-
try. Hence, everything in drug
store goods comes to us first,
and people come here first for
their drug store needs. They
have learned that that saves
time and trouble and is most
satisfactory.

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
WE HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,


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Druggst and Apothecary. '121 S. PaMax.


t Over 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida in 1904
Frank Reilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida

BANKRUPT SALE PF SAGLOA STEi,
On Tuesday, August 22, the balance 1jl tIIIEUI U
of the bankrupt stock of Peter Delano i
will be sold at auction at 607 So. Pal.- PRfcIG KUL
afox st IU North P^lWa .
C. F. MABSON. Rcever. PROMPT AND EFFIaTz
15auglw PERVICL
WORK CALLED POR AMO
Drawing at 4 P. M. lnday. WORK ALLED OR
DaIJV5I[UD.
The burnt wood plaque, iWich has MSMBERSHIP RATS TI
been raffed, will be drawn st 4 p. m. PRESSING, St1. PER
Monday at Whites Plae !(olomao's MONTH,
old stand.) A4 PHONt, 9f
-- L. L. REESE, M. S WHInT,
SIFEmtZLER FERl. Pr.prkrtet. Mnas
rstls, win Oy. tos tAiI, at
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sa6i-'-hinking out new
"' projM-riy clothing
I line-s:out, long-
a': !h(- huiort-lean man.
:a"':-ers are perfect and
a-av with the services
n, rc-hant tailor. Extra-
xtra-thin men may
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S.es Iweween. The
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prc'ase. if you have an
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St 7r ch lik the ( losse -
ing a fower. Its beauty and
perection depends entirely
upon the care bestowed upon
its parent. Expectant mothers
bshold have the tenderest care.
They should be spread all worry
and anxiety. Ty should eat
plenty of good nourishing food
and take gentle exercises This
will go a long way toward preaerv-
ing their health and their beauty
as well as that of the little one to
come. But to be absolutely sure
of a short and painless labor they
should use
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ti. Thi is a simple liuimrt, wkic
to be applied ezternaUy. It gives
tsath aid vigor to the muscle sad
preveaU oa the discoamort of prr-
sncy, which women *ud to tbia
uere ab tely ecemary. Whe
Moter' Prie6 a is med thee is no
d ger whatever
eat Mother's Pried at the drun
enrse Sor per heeta.
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ATLANTA, GA. .





YELLOWFEVER

Need lave No TerTw fr Yeao

Bosso's Blessing
to Mankind
IS THE ONLY POSITIVE
PREVENTIVE AND


ONLY 50 CENT PER BOTTLE.

ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.'


SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S
TAURANT.


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Manufactured by
80O MEDICINE MANUFACTURE.
ING COMPANY,
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.



The Gulf Ci Market
Baylen and Intendencia.

W. I. FMIai.F, Prprltwo
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL.
TRY AND GAME If: SEASON.
FREE DELIVERY.
PHIL JONES, MANAGER
PHONE 895.

S F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Ofce, Brosnaham building, nst
Wo.Pesaoala Business College.
Prompt attention always tiven
to business. Peasseol. Fla.


tuning.


WILL BE READY

FOR WORK SOON

aheg Can Has Capacitr t Raeing 800 tieba Tias i 45
Minutes and is Expected to "cc Mli


Good Wort
The fne new dredge Caucus, which the same as those of the best passen-!
reached port Friday from New York, ger steamers, the ofcers and crew
In command of Captain rank I. having neat and comfortable quarters. I
She is equipped thmidghoat with bells,
Dunn, will be ready to commence hot and cold water baths, and every
work In a short time. In fact as soon convenience. She Is an eceellent sea
as the big suction pipes are attached, t-cat, and during the voyage from New'
which will require ten or twelve days, York to Pensacola behaved excellently
she will be ready to go on the bar and although the weather out from Sandy
commence removing sand and deepen- Hook was anything but calm. She
ing the channel. made a speed, including stops at Char-
Captain Dunn, who is the command- leston and other points of about 10.63
ng officer of the vessel, is well ac- knots. Counting all stops it required:
painted with the needs of the harbor, ten days and eleven hpuas, bat nat in-
and as a consequence excellent work cluding stops she mad4 the run in
will be accomplished. As a pilot it seven days and six hours
was necessary for him to be acquaint- The Offloers
ed with the depth at all places, and The Caucus will have a crew of
now that he is in command of the thirty-five men, including officers. The;
dredge this knowledge will be usef'il. latter are as follows:
IL selecting him as commanding off- IF. Dunn, Master,
cer the engineering department made F. M. Hatch, Inspector.
a wise move. M. A. Chambers, First Engineer.
The dredge, built especially for this T. Jones Second Engineer.
port, is 200 feet long, 40 feet beam, John N. Jameson, First Mate.
1,000 tons gross and 800 tons net. She C. P. Posey. Second Mate.
has capacity o fill her bins with 800 Sam Crittan, Quartermaster.
cubic yardi of sand within 35 or 45 John N. Raascher, Quartermaster.
minutes, which is exceptionally fast W. J. Roberts, Oiler,
work. Chas. L. Simpson, Oiler.
The fittings of the vessel are almost Joe Stockard, 'Oiler.

SeMae et a Lo g. Mern d Reads.
Tblr is a story of a home lovgI "What kind of head do you like on
farmer who started for the west and a man?" was asked of the president.of
came home "to spend the first night." a corporation employing several thou-
This wa a question of sentiment But sand hands. He replied: "It depends
another man, quoted by the Philadel- altogether on what I want the head
phia Ldger, had a more practical rea- to do. Each department of our busl-
son for seeking cover. He had been ness requires a different shape of head.
hired by a lose fisted tarmer, who be- We don't look for veneration, benero-
leved n burning the candle at both lence, generosity, sublimity, conselen.
ends. The irt morning the new man tiousness, acquisitiveness or Ideality,
was called at 8 o'clock. About fiteen Take them all in all, I think I'd ratee.
minutes later be came downstairs with have around me men of combativeness,
his bag Ia his hand. aggressiveness, hope, spirit, construe.
"Aint yeo gon' to work" asked the tiveness. I try to pick out such. I
armera I surpri. 'should like every man in my employ
"No," was the disgusted answer. "I'm to have at least two-thirds of his head
goln'" bt p ome place to stay all in front of his ears. Men with big
alghft. back heads are overweighted with in-
tellect; too slow to keep up with the
wTh eGft Garre.t. age."-New York Press.
God Almighty fart planted a garden.,
And. need, it t the purest of human I el lm a L e center.
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pw--u res; it t me greatest refresh- Belgium has long been aniportant
y.^^ a', -r w wBrr5tLd reriresn- Heitium nas long been an important
meant to the spirits f man, without center of the lace industry.
which buildings and palaces are but The art of making lace spread
grow hardiwork, and a man shall ever through Flanders from France and
mse that when ages grow to civility Italy in the middle centuries owing to
and elegancy men come to build state- the splendid qualities of Belgian flax,
ly sooner than to garden finely, as If and it was there that the wonderful
gardenng were the greater perfection. duchesse lace was originated. Much
I do bold it, in the royal order of gar- of the so called Spanish lace-black.
des there ought to be gardens for all with its large roses and trailing de-
the monte in the year, in which, sev- sign-was also made in Flanders, and
erafll, things of beauty may be them for the last hundred years the cities of
aitaasea.-Lard Bacon. Bruges, Ghent and Ypres have put on
the market the three best grades of the
I Sea In tm the fPLt. modern ralenciennes lace, each city
They were giving a reception to the having a distinct variation in design
attle scarred her. due to the differences in workmanship
"I am delighted to meet you, cap. gradually Introduced in the course of
taMn" exclaimed MisW uabingly. "So years in the three localities.
you wre one of the men behind the
tIwo!" He Won as E yr.
"Orat Scott, no, ma'am!' responded Mr. Subbubs-You know you're only
the maimed veteran. "I was one of talking nonsense. What do you want
the ma In front of the guns. Don't I a couple of new gowns for? Mrs. Sub-
ok it?'--Cblicago Tribune. bubs-Why, Mrs. Playne has got a
dozen gowns, all of them -much hand-
EBnte"rwie. smnier than the twon r th.e that* ',-


An English paper contains the fol-
hlwing enterprising advertisement:
JAMES -
OYSTER MERCHANT.
Two doIen best oysters can be obtained
for 2s. 6d.
Should death be proved, to have occur-
wed through eating same, a decent toa
aeral guaranteed.
TIh Backbtter.
I never yet heard man or woman
much abused that I was not Inilined
to think the better of them and to
transfer the suspicion or dislike to the
one who found pleasure in pointing out
the detects of another.-Tane Porter.
Hew DetemL
Mrs. Housekeep-You're always up
so early, Bridget, there's lots of your
work you might get done before any
of the family gets up. Wridget-Thrue
for ye, ma'am. I might be making up
the beds.-Philadelphia Ledger.


got Mr. Subbubs-Yes, I know. But
a homely woman like that needs rich
attire in order to attract attention
from her face. You don't.-Liverpool
Mercury.
ladl-tlla.
Inilgsattes.
"Say. boss." began the beggar, "I'm
outer work an' "- I
"See here." interrupted Goodart, "I
gave you 50 cents last week."
"Well, yor've earned more since, ain't
yer?"-Exchange.
Not His Privllege.
Employer (to presumptuous clerk)-
Are you the boss here. I'd like to
know? Clerk-No, sir. but- Employ-
er-Well, don't talk like a fool then.-
Boston Commercial Bulletin.
As every climate has its peculiar
dise~se. so every walk in life has its
peculiar temptations.-Macaulay.


The Best Piano ever offered for the money.
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Report Indicating the Supa # ority of

the Annual .Dividend Cmpany:


"The Equitable,in common with several othersof the arge- omp s es the
greater portion of its policies on the deferred distribution period plan, When annual
dividends are paid the policy holder has an immediate and yearly recurring check upon the
operations of his Comapany, On the other hand the holder of a twenty year distrik
tion policy has no knowledge whatever concerning the c aim of his policy until the ex
piration of the twenty years. He entertains hopes for nineteen years and f diati
fied with the realization at the end of twenty years, it is futile for him to protest. The
incident is closed. The annual dividend Company is held to acountablit every
year. The deferred dividend Companyis never held to accountability by the whole body
of its policy holders and is so held by its individual policy holders n when their oppw
unity for action has passed."


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Entire stock of fixtures must be sold,

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Pensacola Millinery Co.


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For One Week, Malrk You!1
All 10c l~wns and Dimities will so at...................... crt
~Beautifal lot to select from. See window.
All 15i, 20 and 25c Voiles Dot Sarisse, Dimities md Organdies
reduced to .............. b ............. .............10 Coat:
All 25-cent Plain Brown and Solid Cokwred Une"o, for Boys
Suits, lrdies' Skirts and Suits and Dresses for gebool Girls.
all to 60 at .... I ............................... .......... is cfttra
HOSIERY SPECIALS.


Planes on which wre will makte a reduction of $25 to $75 for August sales.


GREEN & WHATSON.


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Svery large line of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL


One case l~dtas' Black Xrce Hons, 16 and 20C vcrnes, Monday
and Tuesday only ........................ .............. 10
Odd lots Children's Colord and Black Bme, 2k kind, all at 10
SHOES.,

ONOICK, ANY PAIR F tlit..... $LOO
I" PIC"~ n-ftf t rOVU and Dimeftim ft Non*W 8: W % 0
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Very Special CASSELL PJANOS, $275. Reglular price,


The more fitted line that have re- the model intended to reach as far as
ecudly been introduced in those tbini the band of the knee. There Is a
coats that are intended to fill in is: Pointed cape effect over the shoulder,'
-ixtra wraps during the warm weath- i et into the armsize, this falling werll
Lelow the waist line back and frontii
er, are capable of far more dressy de ,1
velopment than were the extremely where It ends In a tassel. Ribbon em-j
!oose ones that prevailed for so long. broiderfes appear on this, In the formi
The smart one pictured Is constructed of worked Passion flowers, and a bou.-
in, two parts, bodice and skirt; and 110nae band of the silkr is rq~tooned all
the two are joined invisibly in this aound the hem of the coat skirt.
many rows o.0 shirring that appear at
and above the waist line. There is a 'Three spectre, that threaten baby-S
rocind lace collar simulating a yoke life. &Aolera Wauatum, dYM11tery, di.
cver the shoulders, and to this the aro r ~le xrc fWl
coat Is shirred back and front. the
fullness drawn down snugly to the StrawberrY never falls to, couquel
-watst- The coat skirts, too, are furll,;, them.


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WANTED


and find out ty can "eanW up good
money on real estate offeings


Homes on Easy Terms.


Buy one today. Every ha d a umily
should begin now to buy a hom We
can start you right.


Pensacola Investment Co.


Al EL N. 'CLWY ICftEmIomm ewm

b. I. STILL AN VA"&teMl CiA& sgu. umw'.n *yu, 'Er
118 01 ds, (Eldao Coes, sw.uom ir
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola,, Florida.


WANTED


PLANS RENTS

REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00....$ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well
located and good renters ....$4'50
6-room house on East Belmont
street, a nice home..........$1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto. rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house .......................3000
FOR RENT.
716 N. Baylen street........... $40.00
304 N. Spring street........ 25.00
21 West Romans street........ 17.50
314 E. Strong street............ 17.50
Dwelling near Stoddard's..... 12.50
316% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
706 S. Palafox street.
207 E. Government street.
IONEY.
At the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.


WHY DON'T YOU

Let us invest your idle money either
in good interest bearing mortgages or
buy property, you will never again be
able to buy Pensacola property at the
prices today.


$450.00
Gets 4 beautiful lots situaed on a
good corner and fronting car line
West LaRua St These same lots will
bring $600.00 shortly.

$1500.00
Takes a 6 room house, barn, wharf
and 2 boats, row and sail. The house
is practically newp and has good lot,
5 minutes of electric line and close to
hard road. This place can not be
duplicated at $1800.00. It will be
worth your while to investigate this
bargain.
$10,00.00 to loan in small or large
amounts.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.


Fsher Real Estate Agency L.S. BROWN & Co


206 South Palafox.


For Sale.


200 Theisen Bld'g


"WE SELL LOTS"
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1: .,rybod, to know that ANT -A cook at oe. ply or ................... Money o Lo n.
tff. ;nay be imitated at No. 227 East Itentende a Street. For Sale.........
,.(uale(d. "New Orleans -0augl1t Do you value your health? If so,
M.. c Huzh. Prop WAN TED-Salesmen thre hustlin- use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" $10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. in-
travelers for special proposition, and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.
t Harvest opens September 1st-year's Co. Jas. MeHugh, Prop aug 30 12aug4t.
\ -iand hore,; must contract. Address Big Money, this, We have been with you in Pensaco- DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
-. ". care Journal. paper. I_ t la since 1874, and still Intend to stay amounts from $500.00 up? We have
WANr.,TED.-Men to distribute ar vith you and serve you with the best $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent
es. tack signs 300 daily No of groceries at lowest mar- Interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
hr-e. b and kt prices. New Orleans Grocery
v:,. .,. chav Adn.c canvassing. Continental Distributingket pCs. N, Prop. g20 MT L --Ucood r
*SrviceauChicago.It*g20 MON EY TO LEND-Oyn gooo reoal s
S a. 20 'N'erviceD.-As Chicatant for local branch go. SALE.-At a bargain, fruit stand tate scUrity, or o good collateral.
1 W NTED.-Assistant for local branch and good stock of goods, splendid at lowea rate. IS Broaks
f ,r 17 year office of manufacturing house. Sal- location. No. 28% S. Palafox. Call Fisher blldlnag. Jli"
a o hres and ar weekly. Permanent position. Geo. Vasso, 514 E. Wright. uMON"Yr O4ANED sayT a" #A
"t,1 West A(ilres s Superintendent, 325 Dearborn -n_0gl klD ol i55 Proert. Pyahlr
20aug Chicago. ,0angIt* Mas et persml prqprty. paabe
.ag GROW GINSENG. Large profits. 'wdly or mothly. Who y. aeou
i I: ith WANTED.-Woman, white or colors., Room in your garden. Roots for sale.' munon, see me J1. Wils1 a3 W.
to stav on premises. Good home f-r Write today for literature. Bucking- Goverameot atNM. M illbuir bulUdlng
.. "h,' near nice party. Apply at 18 N. DeVlllers. ham's Ginseng Garden, ZanesVille, O. al SdeM


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S. : i $7..00(
,. i:, ;t;, h;,l:' int res'
; .- i blu in<
; La' ,1. ,..h iard v .'i mili; hi
:.- i, o, timber lanJd .
.. F. F.ournoy. Westvie, Fl

\ 'i:; --:o o office work by yo
: ojo education. Salar
Adiirtss R. C. R.. care J
17au
.''>:;, TO BUT se!-ond-hand s
Address, safe,
11 laug
-- FI la s rooms
U young rcen. Must
S -di]ress at once "I
are X.Iurnal. Ilaug
':::.- .':'rNT'ED a No. 17 W
t. 2aug(
"N *" o buy au etra g
:.; Pensacola or in Sa
cheap for cash.
uie. Mary Eether. Sa
S}'a. 2lily


iw1 a w. 183aug3mos. MONET LOANBD on god te ga
d I"* e earity to any Anne"li s
COOPER WANTED--Permanent p AUTO-Only run tour months. Good UI Wilson t & O ,
sition for steady reliable white man. as new. Finest bargain in second- -angsn
Must ie sober and have good referen- hand machine ever offered. See Dr.
Sces. Address Pensacola Tar and Tur- Phillips, Room 4, 7% Palatox. 2aug8lm MON al OAp ar lnd
Co.. sou-& property on ENort msoioeo
nline Co.. Bhemia, Fla. lOaug FOR SALE OR RENT-New modern Termt easy. J. W. Bullard. uiptairs
) \VANVTED,-SoTant girl at oce for two-stc.ry residence, good neighbor- g28 South Palafox St, Phno 1144
nera housewnork. A e ood East Hill. near cars. A. C. Bink. i ian
e general housework. Apply 318 West ley Thiesen building. &au1we;6l ,urt oe r. t+ ra
.e Enlmon- street. auglm* iu i-'au-at -eomena t#e
A4E- AFO SAL ;-UPright Kimbalr PlanunMiin aS pE* g l prehm P
is WANTED.--Agents in diff 'tt oou- for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov'- I .kftl aw to el Mau an UMe
ties in lorida h i AlpineSafe for sale cheap. Apply 13L Wm. ov- YTorkLa Cn .
*and ttk Co.*s Fire and Burglar Proo:lermmcnt SLt 4uglm outk Fai .
ngaes and 'Vult Fixturm o evr*iFOR SAI-Kill the germs of fever-- r' r wta-rei-
s i forr a barrel of slack lime to-day.
e- Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Flr Flor- Phonea b el of lk l 402 PALAFOX ST.
g4t* id State Agent. une. MONM -TO LOA ON DIAMONDBS
Any Intelligent per earn aOR SAMD-Beautiful lock In New g ol C Isad a
safe, T.*F Rat No. 312. For ch 60. ckn et lowest rate of
ar good income eorrespomA gfor new,%- CBity. Tract No. 312. Fr c. oifret u wse in nre m ed
cr papers; no canvassfin; wperieswe Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa. I3I6As.
unnecessary. Send for particulars. t l, amounts ot
and Northern Press Syndicate. Lokpor, m 0 TO URTON all nine $5000 0.00 and up at 7d
n Y. llnm 00 TO TURTON for all alma alies ,1
S.YCameras oa4d aa unloaiid gr per cent. interest. Those. C. Watson
Per- of charge He akes best photo. & Co. Sang
glw ForW 1a 0graph is bme soat. 32 y rs a 1d.-
e0st 4W.1Iva.
6w* FOR RENT
ood PFR SALE.-Sand for sale, about 500 PINF STAVES AND HEADINGS for -fR- roms al 4 W- ar- r
ta loads, delivered or undelivered. Les- sle. Standard sizes. Prompt shi den St. .18auglw*
Ad ;i E. Brooks, Fisher Buildtg. eat. T. J. Whitted, Bouiay, Fla. I FOR -NT-Lorraine House, corner
Lntia 1auglw. 22jylm Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
Sm* w. S. Garfield. 12jul


,-:): -: ;:e -ercants Transfer ,K YAlL---4oa rounta.TOCK orWALL TINTS by experts; result
D.aur ncv.n and haulic confectioneries and cigars, located guaranteed. Farchd and Rice Phone
: ,+ :',: uarant'ed. T. B. Thor- ', Palatox street. Can be had at bar- u ntee3lyl hon
; ahor i. -iSjunel. -a n If purchased at once. Apply Es-, 4ju
I.v cas e cambia Realty Co. 1 g FPOR SALE.-Two pair extra Ine
Aui-.r.au Nati.nal Bank B FO SA.I .-C- r load of Sae Ten-i young mules, sound and in good
*c Adl J. L J ,d of n- condition. Also one 2-horse Stude.
nr'-,m* r.essee horses an be seen at Pous baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4jnn.
S"t I : '.' stabie. McMillin & Turton. 1aug.
S.... '', e FOR SALE---One Choice block on top
, ,,1 and FOR TRAD1E-Thirty acres of lanl, of the ridge east of the electric
',:: j' (' aiens 7. oiles northwest of cty, near railway, between 7th and 8th streets
.i roi. rd road, for property on East Hill. Nature has favored this section and It
Address W. P. B., care Journal. cannot be duplcated. A. V. ~Snbbl.
our e..r. work iauglw cannot be duplicated. A. v.
c'e-: C your faas, re- iCHICKEN WHEAT produced e*gg
S. : ., r nn11.g etc. FOR SALE-Good paying grocery. Makes fowls especially well favored
cI ..,a I.'-,ctrir Co., cheap rent store. living rooms in The cheapest food to be found, P. A
a L.. ..La.. .en st r.ets. connection. Store doing good cash Kellen & Co. Phone 34. loot
S.. ilunen. business. Houfebold furniture also
-' ~r ve"' aLther :or sale. Reasons for selling, am leav-
Si d pure olve oil. ':- city on account of sickness. Tele- ~ SAIOR-rtl a ea dime fVniture~
a' o ,. La.t ionp hlone 1064. llauglwI* -- .te..e. "a
... .. [1 0 ILo latendenda. SlkA


kn it iN'T-New live-room cottage
on car line, corner I th street and
8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
gallery. 12luly
OR- RENT.-Residence lately o>
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 11 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street. 7Jan
tOR RENT-Twenty-room house, o. 0
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. MorMto, 216 East Zarra-
gossa. 26mt

Mlisollaneous
Notice of Removal.
I have moved my store to 34 S. Pal-
afox, where I will be glad to see my
customers. I have a full line of em-
broidery goods in stock and also new
stamping patterns. Mrs. H. V. Res-
Call. 17auglw


;- ok- v ui Pensacola FOR SALE-- Barber G alit for ale. i TRUNKS, DROSS tUiT CA8tS VA-
..rr:..C. L. The Journal 60 S. Palfato St. 1aug1mo FOR SALE.--Cabin launch 44 ft. long LS, D RIPS al thCmahl
.,- .yo.: FR 10 ft. beam. 24 inches dralughtl SES ANDGRIPS, all thoroughly
:t e a FO SALE---Suth haf block 211, seed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce
au a-e look::it for it fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by gasoline engine in good order; will big rep"ir hop. S d 2em o w
;i tle 25.000 or 30.m 137-4 feet on Bay View Park; alsq seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice if
1ae W the population of southh half of block 213, fronting 400 taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.IPIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
;r- feet on 14th St. by 137n feet on Bay Government St. I6auglin tuning and repairing. Guarantee
H ',:g and translfr View Park. The only p:cperty adjoin- satisfaction. 17 years experleace. J.
S-. poB Z6a Res deamcoe 'in Bay View Park that Is now for FOR SALE.-Stcre and ? room house. Conrad Scott, 244 E. Gregory. 38jullm*
.^ a & White. 22-28 N. Iale. The beautiful view down the 14ot 60x100; city water. Titles per- kWLULAR MAIL LAN&-Good oeave
s, ". Sekabayou and down the bay can never be fect: $8200.00. J. N. Andrews, 7 N. ance for traveling public. Daily sea
VArN r e--Orcs or IT i-~' obstructed. A. V. Clubb s 30Jy Palatox St. 1aug. vice each way. rom Chlpley to Bay-
S. -r.=acola and PaIa I ma C- hmad. ddres J. M. T-asle. Chipley,
ch will shortly n pIs t e. i SA .-e e FOR SALE.-A good paying business REA E : half-tone picture oi~ s 3 t bloc r PaLat, l K located on Palafox St. established REALL STATL
s Patd Epeci5 sen M es. J15 qa on 4 & & several years, cash or part cash and ReAL EBTATE In &a1 part of ely.
d ur at Journal es. ure of s ard Coteut On balance on ,eay payments. Address TU byt Vh Md and we will
N- Second and Ctas 0 J29 P. 0. Box 637. 16aaglw* bld your bhou ea long time pay
... a:' seed weaol a a SALA d-aad csa regjs- uta4C MRa Hal& Wil en a O
:D.-net g lctdcW, c.., t D .-i .. i w- i i- ..OR-. SAL -" -- -- .EAP- s-
20a1un. \ old Berkshire herd tour, Duke t Gat" cdlt dm54, Pnme
M wants .... e . .. .. Florida, No. 433. A olsomeno n e ._ liaft1% ..
ammcdo o UUEL lf bE? or an sI"W young pigs. 1 sx-montbwou ld boar, all West GoWemsmea L. Pemw~els,
------,,"- *- a ats Ts a ^S ^A- nbv -os.- f-- W- "fet
as ...e. , a aUc t W -s Sia e tl registered and transferred. Carl 8~a .
E -mte. T. i 5P 3 p 1 0l**r'"t terin4o, Chipley, IPa. arib PO0 -ONA Sno&r- YjiPyy
Mn-aND& UNU ss. ameaPer b"4 we wo w hast
-Ar:cies. Jeweir a.Fo SAALB.- aM ira State Agt a 4 B. te. LB r4
A- Cie wanted& Wepayt for Fire sad Berglar Pton fates and S aI A fes1 a U aut laaenedla. Berst
Addre: p. O. Bo Vaalt t s at an l .ecrptnI .
a s lecture by Als *fO aal s ,. ,
Lock Commpny of Cirtamad Ohio. IMlnasftafc t r ., SAItMAKERI.
'TAL ausL_%SL is *seWCom aWss Vft -aItr pr an=d ma DDeaers to J. ,. MLP0a -6n.-0 a. e M f
y' -ourt bulain terms before tibesl e*Wl M BcaI LUMEIR. LATHS, SAWEK4O PRBMM bs tI. 0) stF ba is
atCou.a. wabr, s m.u w [ 1a6mm8a -- .Lss AND wa* me shb
I Oarm0ea SAP .a ""-. 'mb i 8a
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F1R $600N00


I can sell a 4 room house on West
Romana street, on lot 40 byl70. This
Is cheap, and property will go up in
this district in a short time.


O' iR BARGAINS
4 room houe, rents $7.00.. .... $00.
S2 houses, renting $10.00.. .. ..$800.
Neat cottage, near Palafox....$2630.
a houses, resting monthly
S$18.0 .......... ........o1600.0
5-room cottage East Hl
("ew............ .. ..1500.00
S room cottage L Romana.... 850.00
4 houses renting monthly
$23.50 .......... .. .... 1850.00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou ............ .... $1750.00
1 block, near Orphans' Home 800.00


218 E. Intendencia, 6 rooms ....$14.00
916 E. Strong, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 N. 8th Ave, 5 rooms...... 12.00
413 Guillemard, 5 rooms....... 10.00
IET ME KNEW WHAT PROPERTY
YOU HAVE TO S /LL. I CAN
SAIJ IT.
RENTS COLLECTED.
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
04WI4 S. Palafesx Flaher Building

LOST

!LOST.-Between Intendencia street
lI and union depot, think on depot
car about 11:40 a. m. yesterday, a
pocket book with one key and some
mail change. Finder will please
leave it at the New Orleans Grocery
Co. aug20


LOST.-One kit of piano turners' tools
since the 12th inst. Finder will be
rewarded by leaving them at The
Journal office or with the owner, J.
Conrad Scott, 244 lt Gregory St.,
city. 20auglt*

LOST.-Coat containing a number of
valuable papers. Finder will please
return to this office and receive re-
ward. 20aug2t.

LOST-Between Odd Fellows' Hill and
411 East Zarragossa, a gold hat pin.
Initial "S" engraved on same. Re-
ward for return to this office. 16aulw*

Wrd ead Rooms.

FOR RENT--eely furn:shed rooms,
electric light, phone and bath. Large
front root with bay window. 10 N.
Paldox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglmn|
PARTIB w a waot to rent houses,
eaou or aytbing *beI for taste
attr, will ad The Journal Want
Ads a eat belpi

BAT H(OTULr-Open night and day.
Caropea plan. Roomn fight and
elesm Truasiet trade solleted. 575.
ST South Palatos. JO. Nicolan
p9o 6aOv.


ORST AND CORN MEAL MILL1
M. F. GOKXALmB & CO, Prop.,
Mamstaturews
CHOICE MMAL AND PURE GROUNO
STOCK FEED.
Dy you meal and stock feed from
the hbome i*-ostcturer, encouraging
hoe Industry, eastrlbute to home
labor, sad IMa yomr money in your
ity.


ue, ts adwi and

guAlf Sbumhp O,
7TA MAIR TARPON


W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRS1T-CLABSS PASSENGER
FrbkmGaST RVICs


AND


-Betweea--
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
OOLA. CARRABELLE, ST. AN'
DREW, MILLVALLL.
And all polne on t. iAdrews Bay,
Carrabell and Apalaohlcola.
SQHEIDUL
ILave Pen-acola Sunday, 8:30 p
m tor Mobile, Ala.
ve Penfsaola, Tuesda). 8:30 p.
a. for St. Andrews, Millvle, Apa.
lai ola, Carrabelle and intrmedice
ffO additltne lairmantlon apJy t
J. & BA UNDRS,
3. 1 COB. Pr dlde.
mos. Prt. ad Pas. ASt




Bfglnbtg MPaday, August 21, the
br.O 351oat Raber wll make the
=trViri tra between Pen-
sao a arm- Wnain A r:.


'a o 8acola 9:156m
Pb~iadacpbl:k fl gn s 3:l 15p


1t, 45 cents
W. SWOO.
i IU, $1..
%,WMUl.4


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TO LOAN.


We have about Five Thousand Dollars to loan in amounts o Five
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent interest.

FOR SALE
$60-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at $96 year.
$860-Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality wth
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's s*-
tion.
$6000--esirable piece of property with lot 80xlO feet near Palatox
street, renting at $800 a year. if sold at once.
e2250-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
400--Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
3750--Two-story dwelling on North Hill if sold at once.
$750-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
borhood.
$325-Desirable lot on East 11il, 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.

SSpecial Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet. must
be sold at once ...................... ................. $400.00

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


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BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.


No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vie-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
DZoX1E1Mt..raha>jm


Henry L. Covington,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank leilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
F. E. Brawner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H.. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Ocrting,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Cov!ngton.


Accounts of Banks, Individualse Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cent. Interest ,paid on Time Deposits.
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WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashier.


W. K. IIYER, JR., V.-Pres and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashler.
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FIRST


NA TIONAL BANK,

of Pensacola, Fla.


DIRECTORS,


Fs C. Brent. W. A. Blount, WmIn H. Knowles
V.T K(-. e. T.. D1. r G .....n


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FOREIGHl D DOMESTIC EXOIANGE 0BUI8T AD SOLO
We draw our own Bills of Ex Vessels disbursed upon the Most
ntange on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terma. and their obl.
Germany, Franoe, Auttrla, Italy, _,, a .d M


Holland, Spain, Belglum, Russia,
Norway, weden, Denmark, and
other European countrMfi


gatIon3 ta en -ayable at Puort of
Destination Ten Days After Ves-
sel Arrives there,


Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of RenterJ.

Savings Dpar tment-Interest Paid on De-
posits at Rate of 4 per ont per Annum.


L. HILTON GRXIN, P&ssmDAT. T. K. WXKLLtS, Vics-Praie ur.
R. M. BsaBXMiL, C.AsHi. MANSFIItLD MORENO, Assr. UCAsasa
Citizens National Bank,
of Penscota, Florids.
00o.W WrlgSt, Morris Ber, T. E. Wel:e a
Bx s. RoKnUon. L. Hilton Grees
A UAENiRAL QANKI4G, BUSINESS TRANSACTED.


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J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFBE. Cashler.
R. M. CARY, Vice-PresldenL

THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA
Directorr-L. J. Reeve, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kesser, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECT1FULL SOLCITUD.
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LERInCAL CONTRACTORS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
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I Shirt TtlSnES
Pollowria it a lit et the real eatte
I Atransfers for the w k ending August
19th. reported by IL. Brown & Co:
IA. McMillan to L Boley, $6.00
and other conlo derations; lot 6, blk.
is easily attained If you 114, Bust King Tract, Belmont num-
wear one of our berins
i Frank 0. Bryrs to J. D. Knot, $250,
SNW of the NWS, 8e. t, Tp. 5 N. R.
51 a$330West.
W. & Craig to R C. Caldwell $1.00
and other considerations, % Interest
I n blocks 201 and 218, West King Tt.
SG0. J. Morgan to A. S Johnson, $100.
Scd other considerations; lots 4. 5, 8
and 9, sub-div, bik. 110, $ust King
They are made by the Tract.
bes: Chirt tailors in the T. H. Moore to J. W. Cohen, $1 and
world and fit the human other considerations; lots 1, 2, 19, 20
body easily and comfort- and W. 20 ft. of lots 3 and 18, blk. 91,
ably. New City.
P 0. Hale Wilson to C. G. Elmore, $1
FINE LINE OF TIES, and other considerations; lots 21 and
21, blk. 28, West King Trict.
AUL KINDS AT 50 CENTS Clara L. Ray to J. C. and G. R.
Nichols, $1 and other considerations
OTHERS AT 75c AND $100 54x190 ft. in Sec. 5, Tp. 5, N. R. 30
West.
I A. M. McMillan and Leslie E.
Brooks to J. D. Waters, $1 and other
a i.t considerations; one-third interest in
S W t 1 75 fton Tarragona St. by 125 ft. SE
Jo n W hiIe i Cor. Arpent Lot 52.
f r to M An Geo. P. Wentworth to Johanna
O er to Men a oy Bryant, $30.00, 30 ft. on Howell St.
205.207 S. Palaf. by 150 ft. on "L" St., blk. 162, West
5King.
Phone 225, Eva Rauscher to H. Reuscher, $1.00
and other considerations; W. 46 ft.. 10
Inches of lot 20, blk. 7, Belmont Tract.
J. N. Andrews to F. Hermann, $115;
N. 75 ft. lot 26 Pablo Palmes Grant.
Pensacola Investment Co. to Know-
CAPTAIN les Hyver, $1.00 and other considera-
tions, 5 acres in West part of Sec. 39

INC. E Raymond to L. C. Rumble,
w ua wuauw V $ $215.00, E% of NWY4 of NW'A4, Sec
TAIINCHES 11, Tp. 5, R. 32 W.
T. J. B sey to Anne R. Stacer $350,
75 ft. on hard road by 153 ft. in Sec.
5, Tp. 5, N. R, 30 West.
CUPID, ROBT. L. E, NANCY AND McMillan Mill Co. to D. B. Steel,
* EDNA S, $200.00, NE4 of NW.4, Sec. 32, Tp.1
f 5, N. R. 32 W.
A. T. Fillingim to Oliver White and i
can be charterea by the hour, day or H. A. Broenaham, $1000.00, and other:
week. Terms, reasonable. considerations, all of See. 16 except
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Utea. E% of NEV4. SW% tae E% of SE1-4
sils furnished if desired, and E% of NEY4, Sec. 20, Tp. 2. N. R.
31 W.
PHONE 20. Nennie W. Eagan to J. D. Waters.
$475.00, lot 9. blk. 80, West King Tr.
Belmont numbering.
CAPT. BEA NIE EDEBDSON Leslie E. Brooks to same, $4000.0i.
lets 7. 8. 11 to 14 and 27 to 30. blk. 77.
OWNER. West King, Belmont numbering.
T. H. Moore to C. J. Oerting, $1.00
and other considerations lots 4, 5. 1G
and 17 and E 20 ft. of lets 3 and 18.
blk. 91, New City Tract.
J. D. Waters to L. E. Brooks, $1 00
AI fNrI IS E HE and other considerations, 75 ft. on
I UUN CH S TE HE Tarragona St. by 125 ft. SE Cor. Ar-
pent Lot 52.
You'll see the difference in Blue1
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla and the.
ordinary extracts. The flavor tells.
Open to charter by private parties Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon Lem-
for fishing trips, bathing, or other on and Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors
summer recreation. perfectly.


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


S lHas full canopy and is
S fortable boat in the bay.


most corm-


MAX KLEIN, . .OWNER.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
PHONES, 858 and 1070.



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MANY COMPLAIN


OF GARBAGE



CONTRACTOR


Number of Persons Were Heard
By Board Who Had Made I
Complaints to City.


AB4LA VUl jlVL^ J The question of the removal of garb-
age in the city by the contractor,;
Robert Ridly, was investigated at
length Friday afternoon by the Board'
of Public Works, when numerous per-
W TU4 Mf O lrOh sons, most of whom had made com- j
plaints to the city, were heard. The
will run her regular decision of the board has not yet
macday excursicns Sunday, as follows: been reached, that body deciding to'
postpone its decision until a future i
Leave City at 10 a. m. for Station. meeting.
Leave Station at 1 p. m. for Pen- The meeting was a special one, call-
eaeola. ed for the specific purpose of hearing
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Station. parties who had complained to the:
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf and city that the contractor had not re-
Return to Station. mover garbage. t3ome of these testi-j
LarverStation 6 p. m. for Pensacola. fled that it had remained in front ofj
Parties can stop at Station on first their residences, and places of busi-
trip and return to the City in last ness for weeks, and in some instances.
trip. almost' months.
Refreshments served on board at The board heard all of these com-1
rstonaua e prices. piintanaf finally decided to postpone
the matter until the next meeting.
WARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 50 CENTS. The body had given the contractor
CHILDREN, 25 CENTS. notice at a previous meeting that un-
less the service was better than it
e-* ---- had been in the past that the contract
would be rescinded and awarded to.
others.
THE ONLY ARRAWOGEENFS FOR
HANGING OF COOPER.
o10r MR Arcadia, Aug. 19.--Sheriff Freeman:
has arrangements well In hand for
about our establishment the execution of Cooper on September
s in oar drying machine. 1. A year ago now exheriff Fiela'er;
We don't let any of it had the gallows erected and all the
get into our advertise- arrangements made, when just an,
ments. We guarantee hour before the execution, Governor
our work. Send as your Jennings wired him to stop the hang-'
bundle if you want the ing. Since then the case has been be-
fore the supreme court and the par-
T LAUM Y WORL doing board, both of whom have de-
nied him a new trial. Prom his cell
'T a Star Steam be look on the ga*ows on which
S a S m he is to pay the penalty of his crime.
Lauldry. Aoeldes come wRh distressing
S ade *L Ph 114 frequency eo the farm. Cuts, bruises,-
S L Gold P%0o10 114 stings, spans. Dr. Thomas' Electrie
i 11 1r rOil raeimm the piP lInstntly. Never
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-. VESSSLb IN P051.
Stloner I ---'A
I Blahkm oor, Br Bruhn. 4M,-
Spesie to Pensaeola lumber Co.
for select o rewpondemCe. Bruno Mensel, Ger ws, Frederick-
We have a pcial lin we sen, New Orlese to the W. S. Keyor
would like,..o show you. Co.
Cambrian King, Br u, 2315, Nw-
port News to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Monogsam Stationer bears dit- Carth, Br as, Johnson, 641, E -
tinctlveness and Idividuality. V-a to Export Lumber Co
Dulcle, Br as, harrison, 1285, F ro
to J. Merritt & Co.
SBresto, Span as, Omacchea, 1691,
CO' DAAf TO-Ar Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
SCOEU S U T OlUnL Gustav Adolph, Swed s, Sjoberg,
S3i D --1 1 486, Sydney to H. "Baar & Co.
S,235 S. ozS Hermine, Aust ss, Hreglich, 2614,
S123 Phone Port Tampa to Gulf Transit Company.
iHomewood, Br ss, Jorgensen. 1263,
Pomaron to order.
I .Nokomis, Am ech, Sperry, 245, Car-
S" denas to order.
SPensacola, Ama ss, O'Lewy, 1086,
U' RPENTINE STILLS New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
Queenswood, Br as, Neville, 1694,
McM la n Bros.r A. PiladelphIa to Pensacola Lumber Co.
LIIMclViIIll lInr. *. Pearith Castle, Br as, Lewis, 2337,
Ma mifactu Mr_.. Galveston to master.
l. Simonside, Br ss, Robson, 1958,
MOBILE, ALABAMA. Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Soperga. Ital as, Gustavino, Faltl.
More to Gulf Transit Co.
A A r- Taptoj, Br as, Sanderaon, 2300,
1 / K Tenereiffe to J. A. Merritt & Co
MK; Iv' \5 L.S M J Telesfora, Span sa Bengoa, 291",
Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
ViScaina. Br. m, McArthur, 1408,
Naval Stores Makemt Norfolk to F. 0. Howe & Co.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 19.-The naval barn.
stores market closed to-day as tol- Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399,
low: Cork to master.
lo: Hudsdn, Nor bk. Knauden, 771, Loo-
WW.. .... ..................5 20 don to order.
WG .. .. ..................4 85 Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
N .... ....................4 45 Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
M .. .. .. .................4 30 Co.
K. .. .. .... ......... 4 25 Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrela,
I ..,. ...................... 15 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
H ....... ........ .......4 10 Tionma. Ita bk, Gsrro, 803, to C.. .
G .... ........ ...4 00 to 4 05- Caflero.
F.. .......... .....3 90 to 3 G5 noo-r
L........................ 3 80
.............. .. .3. to 30 Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
C ...................3 30 to 3 40 65, Belize to master.
Spirits Turpentine, 60 cents. Halmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key!
Spis Tpen e,60 eWest to Gulf Transit Co.
Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388,
Told w-ho N owa. Boston to order.
ssel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-.
Dr. Beadon, a former rector In El. timore to master.
tham, Kent, Enclaind, ole Sunday Nelson M. Atwood. Am sch, Watt
preached from the text "Who art 653, New York to order.
thou?" After reading it he made a Ships.
pause for the congregation to reflect Agostire Terrizano, Ttal ship, Cu-'
upan the words, when a ma a, mill- nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
tary dress who at that n1tranrt was
marching very sedately up the middh MALAY PROAS.
aisle of the fchrrch, supposing it a ques
tion addressed to him, replied, "I am. The Way These P*ullar Boats Ar*
air, an officer of the Sixteenth regiment Bilt and Fiotted Out.
of foot on a recruiting party here. and. Great fleets of Maeay vessels go into
having brought my wife and family the sea south of Borneo enac year to i
with me, I am come to church because fish for trepaug, dr' sea slugs. which
I wished- to be acquainted with the are esteemed a great delicacy in Chl.
neighboring clergy and gentry." This na and other Asiatic countries. A
so deranged the divine and astonished British government official writes-
the congregation th:>t the sermon was "The proas are perlliar looking con.
concluded with considerable dilfculty. cerns and present a most clumsy ap
pearance, The hull Is of wood, and the
Napolemn's M]lners. top. sides, deck, roof and yards are
Napoleon was rude. His manners made of bamboo, the sails of matting
were coarse, and when at table he ate and many of the ropes and hawsers of
as fast as he could chew and swallow, plaited. cane. They are steered by
shoveling the food into bis mouth with two rudders, one on either side of the
bis knife and using his fingers when- stern. Some of them carry iron an-
ever they came into more convenient ehors, others wooden ones, with heavy
employment When talking to his of. stones lashed to them. Often when
flicrs he often as a friendly favor pull- the anchor is let go a man is sent dows
ed their whiskers or pinched their ears. to see that It Is properly fixed in good
To women be was almost invariably of- holding ground. The mast is a pecul.
fenFive, sometimes uttering language Iar concern, being formed of wood or
so coarse as to bring a flush of shame: bamboo, having two stays, so that in
to their cheeks and the tears to their appearance it resembles a lengthy tri-
eyes. dent, the spaces between the masts
and stays being fitted with wooden
steps, on which the Ailors stand to
hoist and roll up the sail, which un- Iy, ouI
IIlllillllllllllllllllll like a window blind. It i n
Si "When you go on board a proa you a man 0
5 1 T lR U 3 =I Igo oer the bow, that being clse to thing tl
;: the water's edge, the stern being away They ne
up in the air. *You then climb a beam themsel'
CT ANDA D r and step across an opening to the the stot
T- 1-AniA u deck in front of the captain's cabin, the sto
S. which is situated on one side of the back.
,Sj how, a similar one being on the oppo- But tl
S B AND site side for the second in command. stomach
D A The deck is of split bamboo, worked i ter with
together with wire or fiber, and can be the stone
rolled up at pleasure. The entrance ble. Th
StJ rUiDV I II Sto the cabins is about 2 feet by 2 feet celves s
I P LV Yli~I UIr8 : inches. Of course to enter or leave to the b
you must go on your hands and knees. loaded,
" Inside there is room for a man to sit digestible
S OO FAR AS FLOUI = or lie down to. The stern, which is of,food.
IS CONCERNED. S high up. has several small rooms, or It to a
holes, like a great pigeon house, and out a w
in these and on top of the cargo the Instead
il THE crew lives, the galley being a large ach and
= Iron pan with a quantity of sand in it food an
-- to light the fve on. the won
"Proas have a sort of bowsprit rig- pie and
ged out and sometimes carry two or and pan
three headsails. On top of the houses things,


= they carry plenty of spare bamboos mere Iu
and rattans, which they get at the is. their st
land of Kissa, pear Timor, on the way
FLOUR Eown" ll
(;hare Istew &me Mra Tmvtrea. E
barles Mathews, the famous Eng- a thund
1 SUPREME IN &h actor, once indulged disastrously 1 much
IN QUALITY. in his well known taste for mimicry. A carpe
SThe ridleale on this occasion was at the heavy t
= -- expense of Mr. Tattersall during a sale than be
of blood stock conducted by that well away ,t
= DON'T WASTE MONEy IN known nuctioneer. "
XDON'T TE IN "The first lot, gentlemen," said Mr.
EXPERIMENT I Tattersall, "Is a bay filly by Smol.e a
sko," etc. fte.
RiV- Whnat **"The first lot, gentlemen," echoed Mr.
B WhaYouaKnew mediate
Sa Mathews in the same tone of voice, "s mdte
S* bay Illy by Smolens"o." Wter
The auctoneer looked, somewhat an- It



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SAgatt. Tbak s n r." crl-ed Mr. Tattemr A w
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Life


Assurance


GOOD SHOWING.
According to a statement subitted July 26th to the Bo d of
Directors of The Fquitace Life Awurnce Socity, in spite of the up-
heaval in the Company there has been n increase in the icom n for
the first six months of 1905 over the cresp)M ing six months of last
year of more than TWO MILLION DOLLARS. While, as might
have been expected, fewer policies were issued the past six months
than for the first six months of last year, the Compain makes a re-
markable fine showing considering the trilAlation through which it
has passed.


Equitable's Financial Report

for the First Six Months of 1905.

Assets Dec. 31 1904.................... .............: .... ...... ..S413,953,02074
Assets June 30,1905................................... ............. 421,249,272.79
Increase during last six ob................................... 7,296,252.05
Income first six months of 1904................................. ***$ 36,412,327.38
Income first six months of 1905............................... 38,799,138.19
Increase in first six months of 1905... ............................. 2,386, 10.81
Policies issued first six months 1904,65,592, assuring.$166,129, 321, 00
Policies issued first six months 1905, 61,083, assuring. 150,706,993.00
Assurance in force Dec. 31,1904, 564,594rpolicies,
assuring ................................................$1,495,542,892.00
- Assurance in force June 30, 1905,583,554, policies,
assuring ................................................................... 1526,434,739.00


Increase in assurance in force during the last six
months, 18,960 policies assuring ................$


31,941847.00


Knowles Bros., Gen'l Agents,

First National Bank Ruilding, Pensacola, Fla.


E. D. Anderson


THE STOMACH.
Treat t Properly It Will Re-
taur the Compllment.
lot an uncommon thing to hear
'r woman say. 'There is some-
be Matter with i.v stomach."
ver stop to think whether they
res are not at fault instead of
nach. It Is so easy to blame
mach. It can't say anything
he truth of the matter is the
Sis all right; nothing the mat-
it at all. It is what is put Into
mach that is causing the trou-
e stomach knows when it re-
omething that will be injurious
ody or when It has been over-
and it protests against the in-
le article or the surplus amount
acting as a friend and sending
warning against this abuse. But
of being grateful to the stom-
Sleartng off the Indigestible
d the big dinners the man or
man continues to load It with
cake, pickles and sauces, pork
cakes and all sorts of horrid
and then they complain that
Something the matter with
omachs.-London Mail.
hen te Thunder RWela
lent authorities agree that It
ersterm the middle of a room
b the safest place in a house.
ted floor or one covered by a
hick rug ts better to stad on
re wood. It l weo to keep
ram chimneys and out of cl-
a the open air tad tress are
m. A person sheltered under'
se or shrubthirty or forty feet
lage and lofty tre is qa te
t lIghtnfng strikes in the im-
vicinlty it will Mit the high
a rule, with tfw 'xceptbio,
I a very good conductor, and
t to avoid tbebanks of stram
tolent thandestoa-Detrit

Can yr solve Itn
* a problem that has bothered
maoy mathenatial hed. Can
ttig a beam Into half Ich
e saw wastes an eigth of a
L" said the timber W m hat
mnw only MwM hal as muI
"M be eme -ee based Hmow
-lmtSo tb bem smaw 11"


- Special Agents


- Chas. W. Gray.


Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGING, M ,LL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention irien to all orders, day or ngt.L Agents
for James McKay A Co, celebrated Log and Tmbrn Dogsa,
Chains pf all deort ptiona.
F f Phone e PHIL. WIp. yA, MKgr.
Residence Phene 109. P. 0.6BX 123.


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TREMENDOUS NUMBER OF AN-
SWERS KEPT THE PUZZLE EDI.
TOR BUSY-PRIZE DOLLAR WON
gv MISS FRANCIS LIVINGSTON,
OF RIVER JUNCTION.

T A;:.- l.d nursery rhyme has
a.'. sort of rhymes, as
.:. irii of Puzzlers must
,. .wn special version, each
.. ; ,* "- .
: a "*-i!t ndois lot of answers,
accompanying letters
Puzzle editor about al
I .- het ween the time
n:.'. bes every Thursday
S *.:.: .: ..c t e when all the
.- a- to le in the printer's
S* Sunday Journal.
v 0-.ii, Livingszon. of River,
.:. i.. w s the dollar this|
lr !- Myet will send her a'
r .. c :ndpy.
S-* answer to last Week's
:7. ;' re 1i. as follows:
Answers August 13.
h w o( wo'(1 was apple pie,
a he st-' was ink
tA:. <:i treeF were bread and
"t.pf- .
\-r v ,:: v.t(, do for drink?"
:. f 'wlne gi-s and boys sen:
SCorr-'Tc answer:
Correct Answers Received.
GC,*. virvi. A. hrewn. cry.
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h.i M Sal:r a i'n". Fla.
Sat'..,( sa;er. Mi1ir, Fla
Renjanmin D. Roi:nson. Century.
lN tn Fl


3I1l a JOi KITII' rIi 1---i a r.
A'r- Caro. city. an Smaw in Two.
L !i Adan. Baltimore. Md.
., il A Adan Baltimore. Md. At 5 o'clock on the afternoon of the
'' S ollpnd city 8th instant. at the portable tNwUmll ot
'i:. P '.Aiembert. city. Johnson brothers, ten miles eat of
P', a Murray Po,:- c. Perry. Mr. Moran. about 23 years old.
S Pirek. Liti Hayou. ie l across the running saw, in the
E. Mildred Siffrd, Memphis. presence of several people, and as
iy. nstantaneouly sawn in two. One
S- Frenkel city. arm war severed. The onlookers were
S- renke' cit so horror-stricken they could hardly
H, li Murphy. city. raise courage enough to place the
S Comnyns c. severed corpse in a condition to be
,-- B.l:e Watson or Walton, city put in a casket.-St. Augustine Record.
C'<'a.+P city. * *
i Ha''!mark. city. oridians Believe i Bthho
*::" .r McKinnon. Muscogee, Fla. Floidians ve
.-.- WViafenheitr. city. The people of Florida are health
v Pake cry. because they believe in bathing. Half
.' Rauscher, city. the complaints that people are afct-
T C Yarrough, Chattahoo ed with can be cured by bathing in
thL h pure water. If you haven't got a bath
-t -irC;ait7 city tub. invest in a sponge ad take a
SK.r-- Gal*. Fla. Fsonte bath every morning.-Gates-
S ., . ., :nlle .


'-'in -. lita.is :: River Junction.


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SRiver Hyacinths.
S\Va i,. (itv. The hyacinths in the river were
v- ',\ Gnmaltez. city particularly noticeable this morning.
SA '. '. z. Jr city. It is astonishing how the pestiferous
aianie .1 .-o.. city. little water growths manage to remain
iverard R~~aL citv. ic the stream in such numbers. Ev-
1H.lena Ha m:rk. city er tioe carries them oqt Into the bay,
v.'ra W~~~:. F. D No. L but it seejs as If they collect in the
Yaretre: A: .,r.- iv. eddies and nl this way cape being
H it Ar, ... cv. totally destroyed. The city tip was
"*sn: D i C-'y hlled with the growth this morning.
A. K Dow. ITy. covering the water with a green car-
rE OBrrlen Pure:;. Mi:'vip Fla. peing that hid the Strea a tire
I-a. Porter. Montgonery. Ajla from view.-TamPa Times.
v iFen. c'y. *
S.':c.e Roher.son, Warrington. Fla A Narrow Ecape.
r !.rlin ckv Wednesday the lao M Tte DTo-
Griffir. citv die came down from Daytom with a
I Penton. Warringon Fla. large party oa board ad went up to
S Robern. Station T.urtle Mound. It as night when
!.- Q:na clv they passed the Intet o their retur,
S Q-rr K.n citi '" and when opposite the Inlet the on-
v r, Prvars, city me stopped andr ed to go They
V Kue r. city, threw out the anhb ot the rope
C Murphy city. caught on the propeller and the -
h r Carvville, a. chor would not hold.W ad the tie soon
"A. crty carried them at into the ooen. There
E. A p-.o Carv-rll. Pak. was a loag re o bard a a *en-
SC tleman swam ash or with the rope aad
saved the party tf a watery gve.
'c-" u-d or Page Eeven.) Some of the pasty cae over to
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ftxitaa lb Sis ads.
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'town and secured two of Dohn's hacks
to bring them to town, and they ar-
rived here about 3 o'clock in the mora-
Iag, after a t*FfTte I-M'M
ence. They went to Daytona on the
early train.-New Smyrna Breeae.
* *
Schooner In the Mud.
The One schooner Julia A. Trubee,
from the north, carrying general car-
go, Is at the head of the Gunn oock,
and will discharge her cargo during
the present week. Work on unloading
the schooner was commenced this
morning. The Tr'bee is probably
more heavily laden than any other
vessel that has come into this port
this year. The schooner draws thir-
teen and a half feet of water, and was
lytag on the mud at high tide this
morning. The Trubee's anchor stock
was half submerged in the water
even when it lay on the bottom, and
&l; in all, the vessel presented the ap-
pearane of a very Eturdy ocean car-
rier laden to the brim with valuable
merchandise ana' other goods. To-
gether with the cargo discharged by
the big four-masted Doyle, the cargo
of the Turbee brings hundreds of
tons of merchandise of various kinds
into the city within a period of two
weeks.-Tampa Times.

Wreckerst receive $10,000.0
Word has been received here that
the wreckers of the Ward line steamer
City of Washington, Capt. Robert Mi-
chelson, which went aground off Tri-
umph Reef on the morning of the 7th
Inst., and which was floated two days
later, have agree with the underwrit-
ers' agents on the amount of salvage;
and that the case has been settled out
o court.
This was done at Key West, where
the steamer proceeded for a survey
and for the purpose of retaking
aboard the cargo removed and carried
there by the wrecking vessels. The
amont of salvage agreed' upon was
$10,000. the same as promised by Capt.
Michelson to Captain Parker, of the
schooner Two Brothers, who was
agreed upon as veckage master.


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But ten boats were In-the dea and j this. neighborhood, and it can be
the share of each will amount to a marketed cheaply. The crates would
aeat aurn. Tnls money is Waid the ad ready saI at a tair profit Those
Imaet IPSy ailanth, a l w aPiet*-.a, aatU matters say this mill
into circulation at an opportune would pay handsome dividend pon
time. the investment. Let some citizen who
The City of Washington, as previ- understands machinery and such
ously stated in the Metropolis, was things, take a peep into the sugges-
uninjured and after settling with the tion.-Apalachicola Times.
wreckers and taking aboard her cargo * *
!t the Island City, proceeded to her Oyster Crop Good.
destination in Mexico.-'Miami Me- If a hurricane does not come to in-
tropolis. ,re them Aalachltolan ovsters will


A Wreck Averted.
As E. Delmarter was walking on
the railroad track east of Bonifay last
Sunday afternoon he found a piece of
round iron wedged on the track in
such shape that the evident intent was
to wreck the passenger train. He re-
move,' It and reported the matter to
the agent at Bonifay.-DeFuniak
Breeze.

A "Game Section.
This is the gamess" section of
Florida. A bear was killed in Baker
county last week, and Sheriff Purvis
took in two live tigers. Catching 'em
some.-Lake City Index.
* *
Washington County Values.
The tax values in Washington coun-
ty for 1904 were 42,1022,000, and for 1905
they are $2,240,000, thus giving an in-
crease of $218,000 for the year. The
fact, too, must be remembered', that
there was no boom in property in the
county, nor has there been any unu-
sual influx of property or money from
outside the county. The increase.sim-
ply shows the healthy growth of good
old Washington county.--Chipley Ban-
ner.
A Crate Factory.
A crate manufactory can be erected
in Apalachiooia for $10,000. This
plant would give employment to a
number of people who would spend
their money in Apalachicola, distri-
buting it among the merchants, house
renters and others. I n raw material
for the mill can be had in abundance


be here in large quantities when the
demand for them occurs. The bay
contains an immense quantky of
young oysters-more in fact than for
several years past.-Apalachicola
Times.
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ienry o rrmles.
Jefferson D. Stephens announces
himself a candidate for Congress in
the Third district of this state. If
elected, he has many pledges that vill


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F, W. Reinhbardt, pastor. English up
000#"~ vice "t 7:30 V. w.
Scan~oinvlian latberaa Churck-
Services at 10:30 A. UL S&4 6..A. M
utv. lit-Ie, Pastcw.
Christan ScIamm
SThe Christian Scientists hold tbeft
00*" m meeting Sund&Y at the Masonic IN06
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SoaWr Eveift aW IV=n~ of Go.e

eml lemm F frm That

Tlninig Cfty.

NEW &V LTARY COlWYA Y CIR *i
OAANIZEO AND ACCEPTED-41CNI
EFLAL WNJURILD BY UGHT111101L
EVENTS PASlT AND PRQaC
TWE.

Special to The JountaL
D &F omaeuni sa k S p ri ng s, A m & L -( A
Ilandrum, Jr., is taking a much need-
ed rest this week at the bompttobl
country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.

Ch. ad ~~~M. ad~rnd Mrs. Frank B..~Ldlad~
CIL an.Mr. adeliffe's Aiother = 1k,
Rad'cliffie, of Pensacoft, spent Tvaefty,
Ch.. here the guests of MLr. and Mrs. B. P.
Dr. D. G. Mcdean, of Ca~Utorn* In
here on a vIatt to biz aged nr
Mrs. Kathberine Mc~Lean. Hislr
ter, Miss Kate SMb~eaes who hasha
In Florida for the post two years, willl
EFL-~ ~o return home with him about the lat
ter part of th mouth.
IN SEE- Dr. G. P. Henry returned fromp Tal-
la~hassee and Jecksonville T~resday,
where he had been to Interview the
members of the state board of control
concerning the buildings and furni-
......,.~,(.ture of the Normal for the use of the
High School here.
MT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A Mrs. A. H. Green, of Pensacola, re-
turned home Wednesday after a pleas
ant visit with her mother, Mrs. J. A.
McCall.
-------- 'rs. A. F. Ta~tum, of Genevar, Is vis-
0 o iting her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Grave&
0 0 The new brick building of C~authon
F lorida ts Prescott on Seventh street will be
0 o ready for occupancy about the middle
= = ~of September. TIhe roomn now used
by them has been engaged by a new

the al tht I ncesary nomater Work Is being pushed rapidly ont
the al tht I ncesary nomaterMr. S. K. Gllis's brtok offle, which in
what the gmavemftt of the offense, Is being built on corner of Baldwin ave-
to have a wife and children, enter this nue and 81xth street.
as a plea, and sive the expep~e of Nwulaycmay
trials. -The loard of Pardons did ex- A ew military comparnyhsbe
actly right In ]Stting him serve his fored ere, and been accepted Intoe
sentence. It's high time that the im- t<'mdhe Florida Sate Troops This com
pression that the high criminal goes temrd tt ros hscm
free while the poor devil goes to the pany has for its captain, Col. W. W.
ciims isFlournoy, who is well known In mili-
cims s on aaywih.-43eun tary circles all over the state. During
lak- Beeze.his residence In Pensacola le was
Tamp Mus he"Shan."ca~ptain of the f~scambia Rifles, and
Tamp Mus be Show." ass also on the personal staff of Gov-
Tampa would be delighted to wel- ernor Bloxham. The other commI5-
come that new railroad-t. e., when It stoned officers of the company- are J.
I~ears the "whisptle blow." Within re- Moss Flournoy, first lieutenant, and
cent years Tampa has so often expe-- D. Stuart Gill~is, second lieutenanrt.
ienced the feeling of having rallroa~a Mrs. C. C. Gunn and children, of
out for it-and has never seen the Col- Greenwood, are visiting Mrs. Jam*
or of their tracks or heard the rumble EWge this week.
of their tmtnqs-tbat the mere MCI- Havoc of Lightning
tion of these things do not enthiti:e During the heavy thunder stomm
now as they once did. In other words here Wednesday evening the lngbt-
Tampa has reached the "show" stage ning struck Mrs. Vlhma MciAND's
as regapdr, newR railroads, but at th3~ residence, stnmning her and her Hittla


keep him busy to fill.-aai~nesvlle San. same time the H~erald firmly believe-,n bunn h soso hrnee
that the business interests of the eny! son, 'burning the shoes off her nitM
The War at Ocala. are prepared to give -nbstantial en- Ibe blistered an4 tearing up the ftor
Governor Broward will now have to couragetnent to any~ now railroad that of three rooms. 1n the western part
send a few peace envoys down to comes along. ----Tampa Hierald. of town Mxs. J. Q. Kennedy, vhtlp
Ocala to quiet'the citizens. All ap a a standing near'the stove cookft svp
pftr to be Indignant over the fact Texas vs. Florida. per, was struck and was aconsde
that an appointment to the office of Sveakflng ot warm weather bow'd flor three t-ours. Miss Delle Dn9W
County Judge was made before the yon iiko to He~e In Toxas where the whio resides near the court how*, wiw-
Democratic exesutive committee of n;e-curv v- gshie-.9 tl) flesrees at midi- amother victim, suffering d,)rea&*uib
that county could get together and' nigat and 10.1 dl-,i-res In the dayrumoa. for a few days with a burned shouner,
recommend a suitable Person. Moral: I Once more .3.-, are sa!IF~fled to live in At this writing all parties have about
Strike while the Iron is aot.--Qquincy F,orida.---Np~ad;,,on New Enterprise. recovered &rom the shock
Times. & 0 )r. A. AL. Hollowell has gone to
0 0 Wicked Salnta Rosa. Paxton, where he has accepted a ponl
The Board Did R49ht. a i ba sben aie n FoalCondition-, !IRVP re9che,1 a very de- tion.W.~HSlf hswe a Rr
some quarters because the Board of. plorable lyCril~llrUB 1~ Ga., where he will remain "verd
Paronsrefsedto le W.L. aylr.white men w~j *.?rw 4 he -. nme of a poor months.
Pardns rfuse to et P. 1*Ta~-or,;gnorant negr~o to a-,oi.1 protection when TeBado letr fM U
whon made a murderous assault on IN -% -A-*I- TeBado 31etr fteM


B. Lamar, just sfter the primary of
three year ago, go free. He was
given a fair trial by a Jury of his
peers and the supreme court sustain-
e(; the verdict of the lower one. There
was absolutely no reason why a par-
don be gmanted except that he had a
wife and children dependent upon him.
If this to suMcieut reason for a pardon,


ordering wlilsk- to e sold on the
sly. If 9anta Rolsa county had such continued an Page 1"welve)
i sheriff a-., '%Villton siore of thase:
"Mllind tiger" Vc'lowas hore woriltl mon:
bc. looking throw-li -hrl !riln ha-si. PIS- Chase street. Sunday school at 10 IL
Lord send the Oay wl~en San-q Rootr m.; y. P. C. U.. 7:00 w m. All am
will have a rorps, of public Officlale cordially invited.

Continued on Page Twelve.) uteaChr.
rFmvnan Lultheran Churcth--AM. L


in;;g will be at 5 p. m-, same plama
PresbyterfurL
First presbyterihn Cnurch-,-Rw.
juliarr a. Sibley, Pastor. 9anDW
scl 001 9:3* a. m. Christian Endeava
6:30 P. M. There will be preachba
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. uL by the Pastl*-
Qeunday school at the Stoddart aArW
nue mission at 4 p. m- C. r. Z4W
superintendent. AU am cardlaft W
vitedL


dlit~tV-lft Id" oar


duet. 'Prayer Meeting Thursday even-
ing at 8:00 o'clock, J. P. Ross Leader.
Baptist.
First Baptist Church--ReT. F. Jone
pastor. Regu!ar services Sunday night.
No services in the mcrulng. Ordi-
nraee of baptism will be. administered:
Serves conducted by Itev. S. Y.
Pitts. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.,
Et. D. Beggs, superintendent. Sunbeam
Society 4 p. m.; Y. B. P. U. 7 p. m.
West HUill church.-E. A. Cottrell,


pastor.
7:45 P. m
at 7:30 P.
East IQ
Pkts' Pasl
Preaching
_Shed, con
rgon 9treet
otesdod to


rodow~ng is the order or OWrTUM
at the various churches t*baW:
Cathelle-
St Il to e'e Chreb--FhvrL Umm
6:310 IL a.; last Maw. 9: so; IepM
6 WckxL
OL, Joseph's Cbureb-41M U mM,
6: s a. i., last mass 9:30 A. 2; VO&
pers 6 o'clock.

Cbrift Churcb--Rev. P. H. Vrbalsy
D. D. Rector. Regular wvtlem at 1: 30
a" U a. m and 6:30 P. uL Sunday
m,' n Q :46 IL n Weduesdan sad
rt~ws servim at 6:30 P. L
9L Kamrfmsls ants am Der
vb ww". R ev. Atndrew T.Sham imc.
tor. Regulr gwykm 7:0 *ad U 4.
a" 4 p. n Sunday sebed &W i
A rl 0 dOP& -
OL Jam cberdl- a tmokm ftf
A. T. MWC^ IMIMMW ft d*W


KstbodiwL Carpenter. rUtor-bervices ever
Palafox Street Methodist Church-- at 7:30 p. m., qkery todrth Sunday.
itev. a U. Glumn pastor. Regular set% Sunday school st 10 a. m Fred
vices art 11 a. m. and 7*30 p. m. Suit* Blum. suaperfutendent.
day school 9:30 11. In. J. N. AndrewNf
superintendent. Epworth I.Aague 6:30 CchCIchi of 041st
JIL m.Church of Ohtftt-Corner Alcanis
Gadsden Street Methodist Church- and J~ckVon streets.Ebescol94
Preaching at 11 a. i. and 9 p. uL by a. I. Plreesftln at 11 a. m. and 7:45
the pastor. Rev. F. A. Rogem. Sa p. =. by W. T, 7Vacy. finyer meeting
day school 9:30 a. m. Epworh Lesgus Wednesday night at 8 o'clock..

nueft~ Chap*--Rev. Geo. W. Ca rC Oiatalia
Vmter, P Idm--Ssrwkft every AM Firt Chrltfa Church--Corner Al-!
au~fty -t U1 a. in..y the pa"r; gas. canka and Gropqr streets. SundaY
day sebd at 10 a. ui L IL BeaL Lwhool9:45--* w IE L Maekey, 8nuv
supepfuteadL Prea.ft a 11:" 4-,n. and 8:00 P.
*=COW WhjwC Churc"L~r. am Im.. by the VwWter Reverend Nourey
W. C lpmeoff. a Zd- kwel wwr Foragoplip- Kafting 'midiect: Sin-
ors a tbort at 7: 36 P.. wft in yocw w aa- eeet,,
Conducted B brith PkAYW.Ts rdnra of
rldat 3:30 ia. n. L N. Au&*w% M be A& I~8 k leter" at the
~li~ 4;k MY Idlis Union I
_&JwjF~j) W'%NW 4" 6 WWardb I aN Gldden

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Preaching at 11 a. M. &ad Salvalen Army.
a. Prayer meeting Thursday Services every 2*1t at 3 Weerwk IN
- the tent, South EIaA Corner BOYMS
Cnd Baptist Cburch-83. Y. square. A cordial Invitatlin to an 86
ritor. Sunday &cbool 10 a. U extended. Rlebad Moarris, earb& r
g ji a. n Wi&W Mll charge.
mer of 10thI avenue and Ara
L A cop" Invibdion Isr ex- Firt Church Of COW914 Scib"O
s1L Firsrt Churab of Christ Selmatimlwr
serrfiae at 11 ILIL a v"
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and aryWoe ad ere and Es r

and Tarry- Women and Society Here and Elsewhere


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In One
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BEAUTIOLA
THE PERFECT I BEAUTIFIER.
Besatoolae the oy hlbar les prepare-
tion tlha: cmpet ly oblieterts ALL1
ftetal bl-nlbes. traces of can worry, ill-
aew and expo Atur. After A few appPI-
tlon. o Iea!tliol. beauty of 0ath retnrar
and ,I fatli like a an tl froi m the face.
lentlo tPee skin usft. elear and olvety,
mots wrinkle or blnmis remain. Basu-
ota is to dored by th Med &al Fraterait,
Chemists and Kxpet Dersatoloe0t. It
has made faded but o e b autifu ladies.
a yoethat l at forty and tfty -4 they were
at twenty, aso used by men with the same
wonderful resILs. Beauinols moves the
worst (aeso o! BROWN. LIVEX OPOTh.
FrECKLES. BLACKHgAD4. PIMPLNO,
WRI*KLVS. CARS. SMALL POX.PIT-
TIGO4 and all DISFIGURING 1UArP-
nTION. Price 60 cents. EVERY BOX
GUARATEKI).
For male by leading druggists r eat
direct to
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO,
Dept. St. Lou.
Neactio'a book mailed free upon rrqa@s.


New



Piano Hous



We can save you money and
you if you desire a first-class
New Pianos from $100 to $600.
Be sure to see the Baby
smallest regular Piano made foi
and old alife, 1100 to 8175.
It ri!l pay you to call or writ

TUNING A SPECIALTY
PHONE 476.


CLUTTER & RUSH

12 L Government Stret
PENSACOLA.f - - FL(


Great


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The largest assortment o
Pipes in the city. Bim
consignment just received
and must be sold at onct
to get them ont of th4
way.


CHICKEN GUNO0 AND SPE6

SAURDATY IGHT AT :3('C
Fresh Bread daily and
fresh Roasted Coffee. Ice
Cream and Cake oroern
for parties and weddings
a specialty.


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LET US FURNISH
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PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragoesa and Tarrago
CREAM DELIVERED IN A
QUANTITY.


KANDY KITCHEN


CREAM


goes a long ways towards
making a picnic success-
ful.


Is the Ideal

for Dinner.


Put up in the
feet sanitary
&ad delivered
quantity.


most per-
coadition
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BELOVED BAPTIST PASTOR
REV. FRKO JONES RETURN&.
Rev. Frederic Jones the beloved pas-
tor of the First Baptist church, and
Mrs. Jones returned Friday from a
most enjoyable and profitable vaca-
tion outing, and Mr. Jones will preach
at both the 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ser-
vices in the church to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones spent about
three weeks in North Georgia, then,
after a visit in Augusta went across
the line to his old field of labor on
SBeach Island anao Ellenton, N. C.,
where they also enjoyed a sweet re-
union with bid friends.
Thouh still weary yesterday from
long travel, the innumerable Baptist
and non-Baptist friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Jones will be glad to learn that
they greatly enjoyed thoir outing and
return strengthened and uplifted by
the change.
MISS ELLA B'S. BIRTHDAY.
Little Miss Ella B. Bond had a pret-
ty birthday party last evening. She
was six years old and the games and
refreshments were enjoyed by the fol-
lowing little friends: Misses Teresia
i Kearney, Nellie and Carrie May Villar,
Carrie Lee 'Miller, Susie Johnson.
Salina Smith, Berenice Fairburn, Lelo
and' Janette Wilbun; Masters George
Covington, W. B. Lewis, Vincent Hoff-
man. Harry Smith. Kennedy Fergu-


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ant Autmin are two c, the new officers
who arrived this we3k. Li-utzcant
Chappelear is in command of the .iuv-
enth company at Fort McRae and
Lieutenant Austin is in command of
the Twenty-second company.
Captain Pearce and Mrs. Pearce ar-
rived last week and have moved into
the major's house at the uppt;- end of
the line. Captain Pearce is in com-
mand of the Twentieth company.
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Mrs. James McHugh, Sr., and daugh-
ter Miss Blanche, left yesterday tor
St. Louis. From there they will go
to Chicago for several weeks.

Mrs. M. D. Thomas is in Nashville


visiting her son.

w Mr. W. H. Wagner has gone to Ken-
tucky to spend his summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Scarritt are ex-'
pected home to-morrow from visit* to
her parents in Indiana ana his daugh-
ters in Nashville.
Mr. Raymond A. Barrow ana' Mr.
NADINE FACE POWDER is com- ichard Saunders will start to-night
pounded and purified by a newly di- as delegates to the Y. M. C. A. cantfr-
covered process. Produces a beauti- ence to be held in New York. i.Ley
ful, soft, velvety appearance, which go on the Tarpon to Mobile and from
remains until washed offc Lles whoI there by M3allory steamer to New
Yuse Nadne Face Powder are ure the ork. They will be away two or three
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son. Lloyd Skelton, George Bond and complexion will be soft and lovely a
Freddie Johnson. close of the evening.
THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED
RATHBONES HAD A Buy one 50-cent green packaap
GREAT SUCCESS FRIDAY Nadine Face Powder, and if you ar
not entirely satisfied, notify us an
Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rathbone we will promptly. refund' your money:
Sisters picnic, dance and country fair Sold by all leading druggists, or ma
given Friday last was a success and price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunet
enjoyed by all who attended. Owing prepared only by
to the inclemency of the weather NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, Ten,
)quite a number were detained from
attending. --
The sports were thoroughly enjoyed her Emerson friend Miss Helen Mou
an, to witness the children hunting ton in Monson, Mass. After a delight
for the golden peanuts was beautiful. ful visit there she and Miss Moulto
The successful winners of the beauti- who has a beautiful soprano votc(
Isats tful prizes were as follows- wo as a beautiful soprano vol
Psana Bos oott race-ulcne cCul- under the inanagenent of Rev. Lyma
agh Boys foot race-uene M u ard visited' Saratoga. Lake Georg
Pi laugh, ball and bat and a number of watering places ghi
Pano-- Girls foot race--Olevia Appleburg, ng recitals foa r of watering places giof h
r young embroidered handkerchief. -"n rrl Industrial Institute of Cam
Sack race--rnest Durham, one Hill, Ala., where Miss White expect
te us. pair suspenders. to, 'amn next season.
Cracker eating-Louis Witkoski, She is enthusiastic over the great
on deneck tie. nt-erettwork that Mr. Ward is doing at Cam
Golden 'peamut-Everett Welsh, one Hill for the white youth of slende
box perfumery and toilet soap. means in the South. Pensacollan
Second peanut-E-erett Welsh, cup w!ll recall a meeting in the Intere'
Pand saucer of this school which was held her
G anu booby-oJames Neville, Jr., In Library Hall last November by M,
one China basket.
Most popular young lady-Miss Lil- War
t lie Loderqulst, one rocking chair. MASTER CUSACH'S NINTH
Most popular gentleman-H. Hors- BIRTHDAY PARTY.
RIDA. ler, one fountain pen.
Best lady dancer-Miss Cornelia Master Thomas Cusachs celebrate
Welsh, one hand satchel. his ninth birthday with a jolly part
Best gentleman daner-Jas. Smith, Friday evening, entertaining hi
one picture. guests with merry games, delightful
Most popular Rathbone Sister- refreshments and a good time genera
Mrs. H. Horsier, one year's subscrlp- ly. Miss Katie Cnpach3 In a pretty
ton to The Daily Journal. frock, served the refreshments. Those
| Prettiest baby-Emma Iushington, present were Misses Hilda Griffln
I ne pair clippers. Nannie Sweeney, Lettle Martin, Lloyd
Girls race-Annie Lushington, one Althea and' Leona Blumer, Lizzi
pair shoes. Campbell. Leila and Estephanie Hal
f The committee of Rathbone Silters, mark, Regina and Clara Geri, Lola
- consisting of Mesdames Hrorsler, Phil. Mary and Helen Cusnchs, Catharin
d Ips. Neville, Pulliam, Clutter, Hilliard, Nickelsen, Ruth Sweeney, and Messr%
S Williams, Loderquist and Oerting, ce- Clarence Martin, Johnle Sweenev
e serve great credit for their noble Johiie Johnson, Willie Campbeil
work and the delightful time that was Willie Miller, Horace Coburger, Clar
enjoyed by all who attended. e.r.ee Stokes. Hargis Campbell, Jo
I Thanks are also due Brothers Hors- Geri.
IHETI!ller. Neils Oerting, Neville, Yates and
Eleward for their assistance. FORT BARRANCAS NEWS.
LOCKi The country fair was highly enjoy- There has been a large number o
ed and the prizes drawn were useful changes of officers during the pas
S and of great interest. The dancing week. Lieutenant and Mrs. Storce
e was kept up until a late hour. When have gone to Fort Greble, R. I., Liet.
s the signal for retreat was given t-nant and Mi~s Myers started fo
I "Home Sweet Home" all who atten:1 Fort Trumbull. Conn.
ed having thoroughly enjoyed the Captain Cole, constructing quarter
picnic, dance ann' country fair, re master at this post, has gone on a
S gretfully called "Au revoir," then visit to Utah.
"All aboard." Captain Hetch is visiting friends ii
-- Michigan and IAeutenant Crawford is
SUR.RRISED THE in command of the Fifteenth coin
MISSES DE ROCHEBLAVE. pany.
USE. A merry party of young peopl-e met Captain Hase s visiting fr;cnda ii
at Mrs. Wolfe's on East R,;maia Wisconsin.
Thursday night and went in a bc'd Captain and Mrs. Lyon will start or
prisees the Misses de Roche- Monday for a trip through North Car
on East Zarragossa, and certainly olina to be away about six weeks.
succeeded. Captain Hilton, in command of the
M The affair was charming throughout Twenty-second company, will leave
Delightful music was furnished by the first of the week for Fort Monro-
Mr. Eugene Pfeiffer. Miss Genevieve where he will attend the cormng ses
Hallmark, Miss Alberta Villar an ston of the Artillery school.
Miss Nannie Sweenev, and games anti Lieutenant Chappelear an' Lieuten
J dancing were also enjoyed as were :bhe
Itfj refreshments gracefully served ,v
Mrs. Alien, Mrs. de Rochb]ave, Mr.s. Avoid Yellow Fever.
Cusachs, Miss Jessie and Miss Clara Use the great antiseptic preventive
na St, de Rocheblave. Sloan's Liniment. Six drops of Sloan's
NY Those in the party besides the su-- Liniment on a teaspoonful of sugar
nrirPesa the Mil -- d.- -3


,...... issesI u ucnieulave, will kill yellow lever and malaria
were Miss Alberta Villar. Miss Katie germs.
Cusacha, Miss Mina and Florence Wolf.
Miss Ida Kramer. Miss K'cide Allen.
-Miss Blanche McHugh, Miss Irene
SBraswell, Miss Genevieve Hallmark,
i Miss Bertle Dunham, Miss Nanni -
SSweeney. Miss Mattle O'Brien, Mliss eautif
Fannie Bell, Miss IAla Cusachs:
SMessrs. Leonce Borras, Allie Mur-
Sphy. Arthur Yniestra, Julius Danniels, The Home
John Miller, Woodward Day Eddie
SAnderson, Eugene and Clarence Pteif- Th i F '
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DEATH OF MRS. LANTZ.
Many Pensacolians will learn with
regrgret that Mrs. Clara Landrum Lant2
died suddenly at her home in Florala
Saturday morning about 3 o'clock.
The body of Mrs. Lantz, who was a
'daughter of Dr. C. A. Landrum of De-
Funiak will be interred at that place
This afternoon.
MISS OLGA WVHTE
RETURN FRO MUOSTON.
MIss Olta White reached home
Wednesday aIght, coming direct from
Smith's Basin, N. Y., via Albany to
New Yor City dowm the Hudson and
theme to Jaekaoille by Clyae seam-
er havg had a delightful voyage.
SiBce a enplet her course I
ersa Conege in Bostom. Miss
White milmaedi that cty fr pet.
< -a - work UW the
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at little expense,
with a few well-
framed pictures oa
the bare walls
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Wc tci. I
Miss Cora Coleman and Miss Grace
Crist leave to-day noon for St. Louis
on a visit to Miss Coleman'a relatives,
en route to Portland, Ore., on a five
weeks tour.
Miss Elizabeth Crowell will spend
this week with Mrs. Fred O. Howe at
"The Bungalow" on the bayahore go-
ing down Tuesday.
Mr. M. G. Runyan the artist will
leave about September 1 for Newi
York where he will continue his art
work.


Miss Virginia Spessard of North the first of September she will be at
Carolina, and Miss Kate Walton of Saunderstown, Rock Hill, R. I., visit-'
Tennessee are expected to arrive in a Ing the fa ofMr. J. A Matten.
day or two from a house party in Ken-n te amy of A at
tckre to spend ten days with ?easa-! Mrs. C. A. Hilbon of Florala, spent
cola relatives. Friday and Saturday in the city guest
in of Mrs. George Hoffman, en route
Ion. Charl.es Parkhill of the 5 home from a visit to her parents In
preme bench, is in the city for several Whistler, Ala.
dlays receiving a general and cordial j
welcome from his old friends andi r. and Mrs. .S. Keer and
neighbors. Justice Parkhill is accom- family leae Thurs. W. S. Keyser and
ranied by his two little daughter family lursday to spend Se-
Miss Barbara: and Miss Enlzabeth, who,
are guests of Miss Lucile Lurton.arson er and little daugh-
I Mrs. Carson Fw.ler and little daugh-
is wendolyn enefee has goneter of Mobile. are expected' to-day to
to ChGcaoto vl t enefee ha gone spend a week with Mrs. Fred 0. Howe
to Chcugo to visit her ra ndmother at "The Bun.galow her summer home
end during the winter trale a course, -.. .


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GREEN TURTLE SOUP!
One Quart Tins, 85c.
SOMETHING FINE! MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
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PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
ASSORTED FRUIT AND LIMES IN MARASCHINO.

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Y in music. ------'on rhe oaysnore.
.s 38 u. FOod oOrt tha Feens
rs. re Mrs. Ernest Homans left last night : 4 Pure Food The Store that Fe s
- tMrs. te Be k lea to-day or a viit-to friends in Georgia. Stor Phones 178 and 480 the People.
Sluring September, later joining herIMrs. John Pfffer of West G n-
- sister bMrs. 'Fre l 0. Hlowe for Otobe rs. ohn Pfeifer of West Gern
Iin New Yorr -.F ment, entertained the Friday Euchre
i. N ,orlt :ery pleasantly. Mrs. C. D. Beyer --
e Mr. J. W. Darr, who is convalescing won the "lone" prizebu moths an gna, rs.to any ofphoned The Journal yesterday:
- at the residence of his brother on the th ooleyn t aerizo Mrs. Ed Peake which mosquitoes of any or all breeds "'Do, for goodness sake tell me w'.at
b hayshore. was on the streets yester the cs io a M are not to be compared as a pest. tc do. I've sprinkled all sorts of pv-:
e ay receiving tne cordial greetings of en the boo. The city authorities have done and fiers everywhere about our yard. i:
' his friends. mi an Mi Bera are doing all they could do and have poured oil wherever water coula s'-. i
SMviss Ma.e an, Miss Bertha oStew accomplished wonders, but-what arei -we have no cistern or cess p-
S Dr. D. W. McMillan has returned ,aee gwth to n a month M. the residhts 4"ng? but sewerage-and I know our h'-
Sfrom the north where he spent the Stewart in Norfolk, Va. Jame To be sure, a hundred or so families is as sweet and clean as any b.,.-d
Summer. ewart in oo have poured out oil, burned and blown can be; we have burned insec* p
~* insect powder all over their places der and even sulphur in every: .
The younger set will join the older WOMEN OF ONE MIND AS TO day after day but-what does it avail?l My bank account Is diminishing ';t
members of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Salt- WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION While the city oils and powders In my neighbor's mosquitoes are nor. r
f marsh's wide circle of friends and OF HOUSEHOLD PESTS. one portion of a block at one hour and they still fee though my netahb :- .>
t relatives in rejoicing over the conva- ,, o f pa ,a one household does the same thing at not pursue them. Can't The Jo.:r.'
Slescence of their son Willie who has .d v iinity g other and rid s another hour in another section of the help us out? Tell us what o do .t
-been very ill for several weeks.i, cmun ic ofrats. rohes a tisblock, and a neighbor goes through will do it?"
r ( communl of rats, roaches, ants, flies, the same process at an entirely dif- Another bright woman says:
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Cary are .. _iferent hour, insects simply flit from "It is my private opini;.n '"
- being felicitated over the arrival Au- 'one to the other place, finally resting Madame Stegomyla is mere.: 'f
a gust 18 of a son. in the household where no money has those high salaried woman ,d= --
been "thrown away in the game of tors for the chemists, for sh
n Mr. Marion Hyer anld Mr. Hazel- hide and seek." creased the trade in certain *:.-i '*
s hurst Stone, who are now in Paris. It would be interesting to know just chemicals to enormous prone? ',r.s
- are expected home about September how much aIoney has been burned and still sings merrily on. :' ev-rl
15 from their summer tour of Europe. blown and poured.out, in these unor- body would only all use th.--- :i:.
1 'ganized efforts to destroy mosquitoes. calls at the same time it -:' I'
Mr. and Mrl.. George Howe will It would be still more interesting some good. I for one am n- ;:r.r '
SIcave the last of this week on a pleas- : to contemplate what might have been waste any more of my gwo n;aan
- urc trip through the north and east. accomplished if precisely the same money till they do."
# amount of oil, sulphur, "insect pow- And, for once, there are many wie
Mr. Fred Howe is expected hom< der" ana other things. had been used men of one mind.
e to-day from a three weeks busines- in precisely the same way at exactly
stay in Mobile. 'the same cost in time, labor and mon-
l ey, at-preclaely the same hour. l ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Saunders are The writer is only one of many w n A Af
Enjoying a visit from their sister Mrs persons who. intelligently and in all Vm W h t a VU Appetite
J. C. Goodman, and their cousin Mrs. seriousness prefets an attack of yel-
E. L. Vickers and children ilsse low fever to association with roaches, and then come to
Ruth, Elsie and May, and Master alone, not to mention other vermin.
John and Hawkins, all of Tipton, Ga. And yet-there are said to be hun- tm Od Rliable
i ot 1e dreds of business houses, tenements
r Mrs. E. M. Wilson and fons, Masters r | and private residences in Pensacola I
r Frank and Meade. left Saturday morn F a re el t J taht are absolutely "alive" with all
ing to visit the family of Hon. C. L. t* a b ,ite such pests.
Wilson and other relatives in Marl- r Would it not be plain common sense ick
anna. t: unite our efforts in an organized
If' *way and get rid of our own and our
Mr. C. D. Beyer goes to Cleveland, E h neighbors' pests, permanently?
0.. in -September to attend the meet- O f %. = a Science says it can be done at a R est a U ran t ,
ing of the Master Car and Locomotnie. trifling cost of money and effort. Say
Painters' Association, after which he q 'Ai big shipment of goods O sulphur costs 15 cents a pound. An
will visit his mother in Grafton, Va.* r .... s u fco s-J i average f one pend burned in efach t bS i
j Way M. p, Ior fan t room-with the same proportion in ahm -e es
Miss Lurlyne Fulghum returned Fri- e must prepare a Way for thei the cellar or under the lower floor.
-day from a series of delightful vi1sts at- th s a O .and in the garret or between the top
to friends throughout Georgia in or- p l ana t:e's Oloney ceiling nd roGofof the residences. a-.,_,. ., m. . e--
der to prepare to go to Wesleyan Col- do t-g d o e l e and a pound to every tea feet of floor I S Of Sof
lge next month. Miss Vera Fulghum d and d d space in business houses, under lum- Crabs Wt Meat.
remained to make-a more extendel ber piles, subds and shaaties, would,.
Visit to Georgia friends. lOB roo d 1a by an organized iHTb-and simulta REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY
#- neous effort, rid the town, 25 cENTI.
Mrs. Radcliffe is visiting her daugh- 1 We'vmade b~ igre&dimce al mDch But-. to. ef. te- tematic or-
ter Mrs. Ben Morris for a few days. 1 thd aie nat ew da sys an to anmizatio under authoritative super-,
# "1 b a dsae of ownealp of *very vision wouo be aecessary.
Mrs. John White of Gadsden street pim -dMm.Wpe Of eamise, -o uited ort would Wwosr Y
has gone to visit her mother who is "--' "give us all one rather smoky, choky nS in
ill. lIkw ayu, I t pwt hr 6 terL t day and several sell ones, but think -- -
,^ a s lim hm-aMO&I irio^ o6 the Ctatt^W, pnrtttanrf freeo|l
Mrs. John Kagan who has had her im -indeae Ir .edA d&. f Hrom alo the sCCF5 uf' d vermin of Clean ilnt A
Htte daughter in Atlanta under the q _1.ks e years mmoemleeto wonu na fro am he uJ ^
care of an oculist, is expected home in a i&- "I for a"e an m f-of pottering
a few days. The little girl has jut M around with a cam ot JPwana (?) W
recerere from an attack of diph- pow e t beow by duay,
Street iihr pe orNTn.
theria. of"burn .ng. /i laSd 3 Mrs. B I. Saunders, writing to a nAest e a Ie et c are n lse a tam Ost ag ele
friend from the Bea Mere Ins. Iate tar tU..d ..* 4M weqo d o =ta aand rep& S ed. Goods called W
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RED ROCK FORMS
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BGnger Ale .
Ginger Flossie Varn, city'
Susie Parker Eagan, city.
Sa deio, healthful, tisying, tonic beverage. It's good to drink any time, Aubrey Gainer, city.
before, after or wit the meals, morning, noon or night, at home or away from Llllian Largl M it
home. t braces the man up for the day's work, helps him through the busiest Alice Freeman, city.
bours, iests and refresb him after his labor is done. Good for Admdrn, good Ed Rowe, cit).
for del e w g for everybody. John I. Hogetoom, Chipley, Fla.
for delicate women, good for everybody Hubert GlenProctor, llo
Mattie Lu Trammell, Muscogee, a.
Say RED ROCK Say it PLAIN r uggs, city.
Hattie Price-no address.
Goldie McEsen, Bagdad, Fla.
Anthony Hagood, Spartanburg, S. C.
Cosab no more than be inferior substitutes and imitations. Mary HerrCa, Spty. bu, 8 C.
Sold everywbhev ia pnts quart or 5c per glass. C. J. Heinber., city.
Florence Drennen, city.
C. S. Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.
ewwatt- n w-d.ea by R IOCK CO., JMcko Vl M Carey Stewait Bagdad, Fla.
SAddle Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.
Tampa Territory S Cppl by Pensacola Territory Supplied by Sammie Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.
ConrolRdaTed Orocery Co.. D~Mtrfba ". TPa Consoldated Grocery Co.. Distributors, Pensacola. May Spear. Chattahoochee, Fla.
Ida Mallory, city.
S-_ __ McQueen Smith, city.
i fe- (illegible) 499 (or No. 99)
.t1t-** # r- -----IE----:I-------- E'" W.--C-II4 # t'ier in the future than he imagines." W. Chase.
Pointing to the remains of a fire near George Greenwood, city.
SOME[ by she said: "Our old home was Modeste Peake, Little Bayou.
rma m= C. Hum. p burned last year, and we barely es- Lllian Smith city.
phries, of Tala- aped in our night clothes, saving i Ethel Eyers, city.
j "aLORIDA Edna I. Home, city.
h tually nothing. It was a great blow Virgie Reed, city.
hassee, in The to us all, as we lost so many heir- Alfred E. Reed, city.
The Founder af Talla.u e Still Utv Manatee Record. ooms, furniture, silver, family por- Alfred Bradley, city. ,
to TLe a traits, and all of father's valuable pa- Neelie Olackmeyer, city.
%t Willis Fulghum. city.
ing How He Came to Flora. prers which contained so much history Arthur Amos, city.
$Se-...-:;. _______-_-_-___-- __-- ____ of his own compilation." Here we
were interrupted by the sound of a Some of the Replie
light, quick st p and there entered a Some of the answers are too good
Ic "- -M o:n Rnhert Gamble, then to establish a sugar plantation on the man of about five feet and two inches to be lost, but a majority of them
.. c kh hi h- north side of Manatee river. dressedd in a dark wool suit with glist- merely substitute "earth, "land" or
Sn. came wth his ath- north side of Manatee river lug white, stiff shirt and his turn down "globe" for "world." Others merely
: *- h 1:.: :1 Va.. to Tallahas- A Primitive Wilderess. collar, his abundance of white, silky substitute "bees" and "bushes" for
:.:k.: ;la entire trip over* The enormity of this undertaking hair neatly brushed, and his clear, "trees" while a large number mistake
: .. nvvyance. Landing can be beet understood, when it is blue eyes fairly sparkling. "rye" for "drink" which, as, usual,
n Tallahassee, he known what & real wilderness this 92 Years Old. prevents them from going on the hon-
,, actionn then was. The families llv- or list. Here are a few of the best
S-. with one street in i th cot at tat tie mit The charming Major Gamble, 92 of the replies:
:-A~ with .one streetaing in the county at that time might
S-'Aii.-, nding from the caj have been counted on one's fingers years "young," cordially greeted his
Srt: sight of the Leon and there was no regular communica- visitors from Manatee county, the "If all the world was lead like that,
H iilt -n- cp. occupied the mid- tion with the outside world except by section in whose early history he had And all seamen should sink-
.! -,.. hiik ;n either side schooner to SL Marks, once in six taken such a prominent part, and What could we married men all.do
\.- '. -y wooden stores. weeks There was no communica- talked so interestingly of his exper- But scratch our heads and think.
: :i- r-; -~r o obtained their' tio with Tamp by land or water- fences in that country, of the constant -Willie Leigh, 1469 S. Palafox St.
S ,r grew to man- not as much bz a cow trail througtin read of the Ind;ans during three years
t* *;u. Leon county ibe woods. Here Major Gamble pur-l o that life, of his great friendship for "If all the world was apple pie
,- 'ut as that prod- chased thirty-fve hundred acres of| Colonel Bradeli. etc., that it was with And "Hubbie" had to eat it,
S- a : ::: ~.lling sometimes, landland. and with one hundred and, (fflculty we tore ourselves away, What would he to his "cookie" do
Sound, he gave ,en slaves and a few expert workmen after our unpardonably long stay. But pick her up and beat it?
:. : Jefferson coun- who had strayed into that section, he Not only did the major tell us on Mana- -1905, lith Ave., New City.
.- : eo farm and ,-i began clearing land and the manufac- tee county life, but the reminiscences
'a - ran smoothlyy aiong ture of brick for the erection of a of his life in the state capital. and "If all the country ate pie with a
: a :, r,:,. ..,:ie enough for h:s residence and sugar mill. The first ha happy stories in connection with knife-
a- r\nala .a., i r)uttio in the ,clearing ct land contained -one bh^ _he earlh politics of the state, were If a man with that nope could get him
SY,-k ':.,; :r. w~:'n one season, i ed and si xy acres, and with it six-! hl;hlV entertaining. Said he: "It is a wife-
: -:,;" ix (, w:aplers, rec'e:- t n mil e of ditch for drainage. wonderful that I should have lived so And all the trees were filled with bred
Hli:vttn. iii- n:ire crop be- A larr mill was erected the first long. and seen so much; as a child I Even then do you believe that I could
: !~.-,wd ai'h ; n tmll bug whose crop harvesled and manufactured., was so delicate that .my. parents wed?"
d not how iself until after wh a yield of eighty hogsheads of thought they could never raise me. -Willie Longnose.
zars w vr manufactured and cugar, when th entire factor cau hen I was a boy, I remember some
.,, wh. en the entire factory caught,
-, o Ui markets, when they fire and was burned to the ground. 1onds were issued, payable in 1869. "Puzzle Ediler. Dear Sir:-Below
uul t be porous from the The dauntless major then purchased and I thought who can live till 60? please find my answer to puzzle plc-
',h.-h little pests. Knowing uch more extensive machinery Here I am yet; I don't know why I ture In your paper of August 13th:
way lo get ri of this des- which he succeeded in getting se up should have been spared so long, but If all the world was apple pie,
** en.emy. he set fire to the in time for the manufacture of the surely for something. I am now at And all the sea was risky,
* :,,,r. and went -urther south nlxt year's crop. For these mills work trying to aia in getting that And all the trees were bread and
S ,, aro:her field for invet-i ;there were erected three brick build- canal dug across the southern part cheese,
6,. -iing the wilds of Mana- wings aggregating three hundred and of the state; who knows but that What would we do for whisky?
.u 1S42. and believing in forty-three feet in length. i the work I have been spared todo." This puzzle asks a question and
'. .-n the possibilities of her Et .iv May the genial major live to realize should my answer prve to be correct
,:.. k lands, he determined, ntie at his fondest hopes. we might settle the problem by ap.
I These contained a fifty horse-pow- plying to Kentucky. who has never
er steam engine; powerful mills wkh Asthma Sufferers Should Know Thi yet been found wanting.
L-achinery for reaching down and y o -- a -.i
Sliding up quantities of cane at one Foley's Honey and Tar has cureI TOM To, 19 E. Chase St., City.
FUo i nU yI mills from which it emerged as drv- sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- "If all the earth was apple pie,
as the proverbal chip; two ranges of iut. 701 West Third Street, Davenport, And all the sea was chink,
S... kettles containing five each, with ca- Iowa. writes: "A severe cold contracted What would the men then find to do
cties r adull- decr asing from six twelve years ago was neglected until it But just to stuff and grin and blink?"
n TIl I S hundreds gallons to forty-e gallon; nally grew into asthma. The best HELEN GADABOUT, City.
Ul &IIU IllW four large ciSterns sixty feet long, medical skill available could not give
flreen feet wide and three feet deep. me more than temporary relief. Foley's ere's another of a different tone:
and numbers of large coolers .w.ihHonev and Tar was recommended and And if the Puzzles you make out
to which hwn~anfleh porous bottom s through which the mocue fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me Tho. fall to get "that" dollar,
to ih anflesh orous bottoms thro th e sur. o asthma which had been growing on Just keep a htumpin' till you do-
s e The sacrage in cultivation was, in- me tor twelve years, anI if 1 had taken Don't whine, or growl. Just holler."
creased from one hundred and sixt i at the start I wo,'ld have be~n
to three hundred and fty, and the saved ears of suffering" A. "If all the world was apple and pie
I eld reached I high as t.o hundre D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary. What on earti would poor Eve do?
--yield reached a high as two hundre "--She couldn't possibly pass 'em by--
Ithe major's own words. "enough mo- uWhy
lasses to float the U. S. Navy" These The first think we knew she'd be
kere sent by schooner to Mobile, New whisked to the sky.
Orleans and New York and brought And what oulde sky,
satisfactory prices. Pi. A P. Poor Adam Do?
I* In 1858 Maj. Gamble disposed of his T


I *am- ft----- Manatee county property to a cornm-i A &-1 W i You "big old,'" "shiny," "slip'ry thing
pany of Louisiana sugar planters, for And tho' you may be gone-
$190.000. The civil war followed close. There's plenty more where you came
|ii i l i !y after, ;he slaves were freed, and in from--
v- r a" *the unsettled condition of the coun- I'll "keep on keeping' on."
tzy. the business was abandoned. The v'* ANNA MARIE SEITZ, Seven(ty)
Reldes in Tallahassee. I This is the only opportu- The puzzle army might adopt Anna
S IIn Tallahassee one constantly hears1 nity you will have to mee. Marie's lines as their motto, with ad-
the name of Gamble nl connection the representative of the iantage, for the sentiments are o. k.,
with important.evems. and upon in-, well-known NEW YORK whether she is 7 or 7 0.
*i W V C r e rV quiry the writer learned that Major house, the Tis to Puz lers.
yJ Gamble, now 92 years old, is a resi- .
dent of this city-in fact one of our -~.f m inhrdf John Rutan and others will please
w-ould 1 a grst promin resident s--highly read rule on "Answer Coupon."
ould prove a onnect i. w Int ed and exi- Robert Dimli'k will please write with
rief. tremel interesting on account of his who will take your measure e softer pencl or with pen and ink.
connection w gth so many historical for can not decipher his faint lines.
connect of the cuntr so any his won-' Willie Wood, Emma Schambean,
in rUrn derful ability tu relate them in M C Edde Park, Robert S-, Mars (or
S FINER1n mand h.. A. T.n CHis line la the most co- ed as their answers stuck tight to the
In company with A .A T. Corn- plete that will be shown fap of the envelope which was turned
pell, in ey h e When we ted r the aore his hre is se n containing i and were-c torn there was no
or tiare ou e hewo rter called at the e Gmble u length patters of tetime o piece them together.
X ATIVE K: e. and s ~p ordaly receia ed by. the latest nd u-t-date i Lna Sher's answer could not be
his only daughter. o charm s yhe wi o novelties. Ask to ,n the counted because she signed her nsme
obnttle o shr, .oman eo is no he Si Alpine Weaves," the ne- on another papel instead of on the
A *t s i be .Howard (iambi, a distant relative.. est fad among stylisb, well-- "Answer Coupon."
kep: in every hoe When rwe a&ked t the major, his ndre"sed men. Orders t anQuite a number of correct anirs
or "an nceo r- daughter UK -' "I'llI see if I can find for Immeiate or there do- have een received but, as no nane
Sahim : he I obably busy about the livery. We wil guarntee i signed on the "Answer Coupon"
caution is worth a I:lace s pmewere as be is not content: to t an please o. ey can not be considered.
-O- cure," ad a t '- be idle a minute." Returninga shbe o1,ady.teycannot coid .
Pd c asaid: "I ndlam fatherTtHURDAYn a tool- Th DAY, FRIDAY AMD Edna Payne and others cmplin
e will feq tly chest he nmade tools; he ATURDAY JULV that there s not room for their an
dsev r sp ll cfic t have a pa-e for -vrythis o ng hnd- 7th, 2Wh, afM evrsi and names too, but there is.
Vt a Spell of L- m i te pTa e g one y in a i Hundreds of beautifully, neat answers
nest. 'a xing In ift hm -- Hoe o properiT signed-written wtth pen
mak-se amn change i his a" s *i i stand Ink or with pencil-are sent in
e.haIdsW iet-every week on the Coupon. Written
Fol Sal b Ihtfully uettalm4 y Kra. Gamble. & AII
or Sale by who said: "The great mifortune of a e Pit utpiM M Ph "ea m a Cr. ,
fat-er's It has beea that he uwa al B smm. P- ,. a ."z u Dr:-4'bi 1es
fnn~hBr r Aaaam .?. k s ****Blhlr ^-^
psinbiIm i 6b% they ame Sm


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You cannot buy a beer which has been more ex-
pensively prepared than Gerst Dove
Brand, yet it i sold as. cheap as
L any. Wecarryilearnliness and
purity to extremes, using
the finest ltlteriRl1~
"GertBwwsMdesfoamo =
by te .rmuw Somth" S
William Gerst
Brewing Co.
rasville,
Tein.


PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


that dollar. If not this time, I will
try agin and hope for success. I am
seven years old. Your little friend
Edward M. Robley.
Glad to have you Edward. That Is
the puzzle spirit .
Dear Editor'-Here Is my answer.
I think it is right, and I hope my
name will be drawn out. Your puz-
zler. Joseph M. Gonzalez, City.
a It might have been, Joseph but for
your mistake "rye'' for "drink."
Dear Puszle Editor:
The time is long since I joined your
band,
But I come ajain with an empty hand
SAnd trust that some near, sweet day,
SThe dollar, to me, will wend its way.
KATHRLEEN McKINNON.
Your day will come, Miss Kathleen.
Dear Puzzle Editor:-I have often
made out the puzzles in The Journal,
but this is the first time I have sent
it in; would be glad to have that dol-
lar. Your little friend. Willis Ful-
ghum.
Glad to have you join us, Willis, and
trust you will be made glad.
Dear Sir.-You will find enclosed in
this letter are my answers to last
Sunday's puzzles. I have tried three
or four times before. I hope for that
dollar. Your little friend, Florence
Drennon, City.
If you do not this time, Just "keep
on keeping' on."
Puzzle Editor:-This is my first an-
swer to the puzzle in the paper. I
hope it is correct so that I may win
that wonderful dollar, if not this time,
I will try again and hope for success.
Your little friend, Hattie Price, Mus-
cogee, Fla.
Sure. And you are welcome, little
friend.
Puzzle Editor:-I answer your puz-
zle this week according to the puzzle,
pictures but I don't know it like the!
picture gives it, so I write you about
it for I want that bright old dollar to!
buy me a goat. I give you the verse
as I know it:
"If a*- the world were apple pie,
And all the sea were ink,
And all the trees were bread and:
cheese,
What would we do to drink?"
You don't give it like this, but I
answer as you ask for it. Now I hope'
its right, and I get the dollar, withI
best wishes for the Journal and its;
puzzle people. Respectfully your lit-i
lie friend. Philip Wlttman, Jr., City.;
Well, Philip, a little boy who can-
write like that should know better
than to write on both sides of his pa-
per. As a rule, letters written on
both sides are thrown into the waste
basket, and n' attention is paid to:
puzzlers who send two sets of an-
swers. Like many others you assert
that we "don't give the pictures like'
you "know it," then send two sets tf;
answers, the one on the coupon as you j
hastily Judge the picture is and the
other as it really is. And, though one
of your answers is correct you are de-
bared from a chance at the dollar, as4
it would be unfair to give you two.
'chances, even if the correct answer was
written on the coupon if you send an-;
other. "Try again," son, till you dlo
get "that bright old dollar." If you
had only written it "drink" on coupon
instead of "rye" and but one!
Puzzle Editor:-Here is my answer
for last Sunday's nursery rhyme puz-
zles. Your friend, Myra M. Miller,
Box U. |
0. K., M Misyra. "Keep on keep-
in' on."
Puzzle Editor. Dear Sir.-This is
the first time I ever answered your
pussles and I hope I will get the dol-
lar. Yours truly, Brnest Anderson,
Caryvfle la. ;
I hope too, and trust you will try
every week whether* you do or not.
Dear NEitor--As this is my first
attempt' at trying the puzzles I do
hope it i right and that I shball g t
the dol' o Turs truly, Allen DIt-
mars, e ldad la.
Allz rgit Alen. It will not be your
fault norl'nie fif yo don't get it this
time; for you 0o among the O. K. an-
*wers from whieb, the winner ;s
drawn.
Der.bIlr:-1" dlqd't get the dollar
lait wek, bt I hpe to get It this
ti.a t will Iy a ,dollar's worth of
i mYe o ca aInwr puzzles every
Sweek. Tr Ltt i friend, Frances
Tnrt yol wtD lady, a the del-
la'~ir tyomn tfa~JtI you wil be able
to-mJ,^f .!J31


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Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy


i An error commonly made by home owners is in underestimating
the necessity of proper sanitary equipment for the kitchen.

Only a few years ago it was considered good form to encase
the sink in wood thereby concealing the trap, making it inac-
cessible and offering a place for the collection of filth and vermin.
If this condition exists in your household, examine into it and
learn the true state of affairs.


way to do this is to employ us to install a
clean, 'StadkarWd Porcelain Enameled
find it a remedy for kitchen troubles.


Do not koe sight
of the fact that your
food is prepared in
_ the kitchen and the
utensils in which it
I is prepared depend
on the sanitary ar.
rangements for
cearliness, there-
fore afeguardagint
contamination of
either food or
utensils.

The most certain
snowy white, spotlessly
Kitchen Sink. You win


WiCKE & CO.
Pensaool/, Fla.


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S "A HARD HIT"
We Have Knocked The Bottom Out
$100, $5.00, $10,00 will buy more Groceries than
1 ever before. Compare prices)
S 17 pounds Granulated Sugar ................................. j$10
19 pounds Y. C. Sugar ....................................... .0
Whole Barrel, best Patent Flour .............................. 75
: Half Barrel best Patent Flour ................................ c800
15 pounds lard ......................... ................ $1.00
a 20 pounds Best. Rice ................ ..................... 1.00
S 25 pounds No. 2 Rice .......... ............* ........... ....... 0
30 pounds Cracked Rice .................. ....... .............. 1400
Hams, good quality, per pound ............................... .13
*Hams Best quality, per pound .....................................14
a Hams, Pic Nic ..................... ...................... ...... 09
* Eggs, Tenn., 5 dozen lots .......................................... $1.00
E Eggs, Country, 6 dozen lots ..................................... $100
* PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING, GOOD FOR ONE WEEK.
0 We have a thousand other Just such bargains, too numerous to
, mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of these
* low cash prices.
GEO. W. PRYOR & SONS
127, 129, 151, 133 East Government Street
Telephones- reduce Dept, 29. Grocery Dept., 223.
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P and what you now pay for rmt'
have it apply on an "ouatBat"
home. We will sell o oad aon
Seasy payment. Wfe wra,-i
pleased, the children h eltMu,
Mand you'll live beOP yomdj.


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Fishing in the. India

Newton Newkirk in The National
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If you wish to have rome fun with I shallow body
ish go to Fort Pierce, Fla. If you go0 from a half
ut the proper s. ason th fish may have av raging not
some fun with you. for it is at Fort This water be
Pierce that the prin.-e of game fish. the shore is
the tarpon, takes bait, and, with a tar- The outer strip
pon on the end of the line, it requires and through
"from two to fiv, hours to decide who lets," the fish
comes out on top. vast number
To reach Fort Pierce. trav-'l over the small fry
any of the through lines to Jackson- 'ows. There i
ville. Beyond that you can take but above Fort P:
one line-the Florida East Coast Ry..: the best fishing
passing through St. Arv zs:ine. Fort In the office
Pierce is on rhe Florida East Coast,.Is a beautiful
242 miles south of Jacksonville, in the a half feet lo
heart of the Fo,)rida pineapple belt, and caught. 102 p
the famous Indian River orange dis- ever taken in
trict. Thet man who goes there to fish way, was killed
ge:s. at th'< same time, all the delights of this hotel t
of a trip outh.! In January at
I reachw, Fo-t Pierc. late on the, pounds of ga
evening of Saturday, March I1, li05, pounds of Spa
and. fortunately for me. lound my way en here with
to the Fort Pierce Hotel, which proved April, 1904, b:
a comfortable hosTelry and is best fish company.
adapted to the needs of the fisherman, stories. In l
being the only hotel in the town fac- Vh-'kofcatche
ing the water and only a sone's throw verested to
from it. Joe Je
The next day Sunday, dawned bright "Twenty-eli
and fair. The glorious 1Ilue sky of the %.rleties. Tot
southland was flecked with fleecy cloud by Mr. Joseph
fragments. In from the sea blew the Upon inquiry:
all-day breeze, bearing to my nostrils eran actor us
the tang of salt. With this perpetual winter to fish
breeze at Fort Pierce, I was at no time Loucie, two m
uncomfc mercury at midday was above ninety. I late Senator N
A Rendezvous for Fish. I walked ou
Nature has made Fort Pierce and en. the hotel, and
irons and admirable rendezvous for all tae I saw ma


menner of salt water fish. followingg
the shore line here for miles up and
dovn- the coast is a narrow strip of
land thrown up by the waves ages ago,
probably. This strip is from a half to
a mile wide. thickly overgrown, and
between it and the main shore is a


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T"e Coasolidated Grecy Compaqy r sa--t
inmp. r, oa Jcksora~le; the Iorida Grocery Coa
t- e pac7 brach of the Florida Naval Stem Wa4
Sh;aeavr e the grocery braack t the Mutual Na
l; the groery branch of the Gulf ptvap
M se w grocery braach of tU 0 Naval Btals
S greoay branch of the W n Omst Naval Stoms
pos grry branch of the Sothern Naval Steona Oe
m hande everything In Heavy and UIlht PI
m Imp atted Qreer es Turpentln Tooe0, eta. Sta
tey TUrpatlmne Wagea.

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..remai r k... .. .:- Princpal
Srexhatin for weeks feeding on mullet, a quart rr of a '::rre! of dead fish wo'l, Y Ofi s Pe1nac.a .
iood fish, which constitutes their far- be acceptable to the local fish company' 0 E fOB OSg Ot 0 E T ME EP IThe Georgia CauP ol
Sorite food. for shipment to north-rn markets. g g..
Henl*ry. Fishing for Tarpon. What I learned of fishing at For: The campaign for g oerar p in UNIVERSITY OF THE
The regulation way of fishing for Plerne will induce me, when I go there Georgia is growing painful. Of the STATE OF FLORIDA.
tarpon here is to cruise about near again to take along a 10 to 12 ouncr eight or ten candidates every one has
tntthi itnlets in a launch with one or more steel or bamboo rod, a light line, a p Cme d Ot,. the place by all t he other and lly unfit for _,_- t-e tui n objects:
arotionnsb sighted Th oer may on a ale the a le, fihCmp se heepla bal te other nd ther embracing the fDowing subjects:
t small boats in tow until a school of saln;. n leader and sma'l ho-ks. With friends. They all the other nd theo and lrteratue--A fo
i tarpon is sighted. The beauties may this -o1t of a tackle the ardent fshehr-. Barley.liased Ma a friends. They seem; however, to an- L ad Igtorthe de
a be seen darting in the shallow or man could have sport royal the live Molm.. It' pmr oos. animously agree that Hoke Smith Is year core leading to the degree '
rollingg playfully on the surface, where k ,: day. I was t"!d there is fine a little the worst of the let-w c Bachelor ot Arts. Oreek Is no cti
silver bodies. Then th, launch is an- Mile Creek. not far from here, but tehv pscial all more araid of im than of each 5 Divided n
cirhorcd and two men pill off in a small didl nct ave time "o trv ir. aud t rpopottiorlndju other.-Tampa Times. II. GenraSl il. DIvided nt.)
hbo dies." hnap thl lancs an- if three courses; 1. Chemical ouri
t t boat One ani handles the oars and Fi ,wing are a ;ew o r The many va combinationmakeapcrfct A Card. MatN eatai cmrs; NMtral Hls'orv
t :e their a short. stiff tarpon rod, with rieti s Gf fish most con-n(,nl' caught femd for erm a a wish to thank Opk i sd oCly en:ralI
reel carrying 30o yard, 6f line, and here: S ,h.- :.rel .na)-r. ntan- I lh to tha friend nd te L i in the ~rs
and a live mullet. You may ttll .cast, fish, j,.wfish upto30,) po)unl ds shark a replenh m lr corded me, and say to them that i IL Aiculture---l r-yer and .and
or let the mullet swim about at random tarpon. pidflsb '-neflsh, Span': mack. wastatlow08t. Itdel- have sold my furaftwe batais at yer course.
The tarpon strikes v-iciouly, and when erel. gqrriper. ( inn-l ba!,. mnutofti- nUMftand 22 West Govot street, to IV. gngineer;--ltr-yer o-
RACH R the fisherman tightens the line and dorfish. chnmf,-; sawfiy, pompano, op s rd olmouem,-dr the'Soloman Furnittleo pay, T n C Elt
fastens the hook, the fun begins which sailor's Ciioice nd sea tass. a m and prompt. thrint new firm' assumes all lUbtie and Engineering, als a twoyear coUr
'tapaoa, ~ lats sometimes for hours, depending: If the vis;tci wishes to hunt !nsteal accounts of the retiring hm, and I n Mechani~cs. No Latin or Or;
on the size and stre th of the fish. of fish he will firl wi l duck, quail. trust that my neemu ans s ill enjoy quired in or IV. The full co;-,
$5000 00 Clever handling is required oI-the part snipe. plover anl water fowl in greatly that same liberal patrona gewhie under II.. II. ad IV. lead to the '"
$5000,0 of both the rodman and the batmat. abundance; or. in te fla Ond-i, deerr' OLD IIN TH IS I. ave h ad d sring the many years hat ee of Bachelor of Sence; the a -
M oretarpon are lost than are bought wild cats, turkeys and sil.gatos. I have been 3I buielaes la Pensao. a rses to a Certificte of Proflc-'i.
to gaff. The mad rushes andt leaps of' Hotel rates. cha ".es for guides and !0.X-M- OR. courses to a cert icate oPro, 0 .
r to the C. B. Robe the fish call for dexterous manuever-'boat rentals are rea.aonable. I anm told' F, L & 90 V. .a ,
any. of Jacksonvflle; ing. A slap of the tarpo's tail at the :by those who have fiBerl PFlorida that ,o bd. vi. elbegptember. 190.e
Coiela n Company right angle, or the sides boetward a man can get the best Bshing at Fort l VI. Norm -Three course r@
val Stores company, a rush of the wsh,~ folow~e iby a back- Pierce to le found in the otate, and c We have pfOg ai t ret ahers: A threymr coure leading'-
-!iret on ntesaeadbusiness of 0. it Pryor, ail erticate, A threeyear
IStorW Company, ao track run while the roman is reelingWet it at the least expee. So Iatqll ae o t t- In r ceela to th dree of a
Qli~ s t PI ; in, will snap the line lUikL a cobweb. A my brethren these th.uegs for the lgod k i cent ett.- a already or I g to a L Io Diplom ; A ofury do
Caotcn these thlagg. for the goode'0r0tieor tbe twopora. coaue leadfto to the degree of Ba
COoaay of Pea ac(Mia. thumb-brake of leather o- the reel aids' of the cause. or r tlontd e pre ar s mthor t or e
psas. O BSay am In preventing an owterWaN i line. It eolnoa pe ri -a att |ltio to lor of Po.m t t
StMwia, Grain Demegug sometimes happens that the tx tchie h Ieolutioni-e I t AW fttraftre An ampl- corps of competent te t-
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nogooeo n~t heeob the reach Association at their last meeting ap- ad 00a
Disease not beyond the roach A ema, JSS Freh Pa ad Ora 0.
pointed Mr. A. L. Sleeman auper-,i.Pan-o
tendent of the poultry departmag, W. W. WALLo M unaer.
No medicine can do more. r. A. W. S6ewart, ot live stock, Mr.
W. A. Bryan, of agricultural exhibits,
and Mr. H. E. WickVersham of machtb*
SB-ery and miscellaneous exhibits.
,PFand tm r I Bishop Weed, of Jacksonville, will COMFORT. CORDIALTY aISUINE
S CU RI eA." H. Thurnes,. Mr. Wills Creek CoCo., Buffalo, O., write.: conduct the services at the Episcopal
"I bve been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years,pass- church Sunday, and while here will
lary organs, ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Otber medicines only be he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F.
gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was Col. and rs. W. w. Flournoy have, ,i ea ,
s and Iinvig- surprising. A few doe started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc., r ne D. n OOS TER AN D PRIYHaP BATHS
Vsnd an mow I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new mW nore, gt, on a pleasure trip adO WI t WATR AND PtT BAT
7stef.t FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE bas doae me $1,000 worth of good." few weeks LA E SAMPLE ROOM
go -, thr o wl y go mp M The tBrown Hoube, which has for Itt' l.L OWE MN Maner.l
rEen O. ethr |mey San Cpare With it |su Broue ^ ^ for gyggfor a ly. es for Ta |
TEED Thos. V. Carter, of Ashboro, N.C., bad Kidney Trouble and genial host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. O, an.
one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and I. R. Brown, was the scene of a merry Formerly at Windaor ad Aragon Hotel Jaae ile. Forida.
nd $1.00 he says there is no remedy that will compare with it. ;gathering of old and young Thursday
evening. The attraction was the "Si-
b ouette" party gotten up for the bene-
l SOLD MD RECOM BENDED BY it of the Baptist church. About one
NI'nmlred siihouettes of the the people T ? IT 11 F W M N
st and Apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, fla,alls of to r and ten cents wa S A Florida Female Collg.
the adinis-ion price into this picture AFloridL Fe ale Collee.
..-..... ... ...... .. ..-.-.-. -- ieallery. The gu 1: were given pen- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
.l :.^';*.:...:.;)...:4 far.ho.t f;.om r..- thoughts when I left what lie has on the pool. It doesn' cili an' paper, and allowed one hour The best college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantair
,. Iu-t, :i. b:i the hotel man summoned take much of a tarpon to tow a .smnal In which to guess whom the pictures in music and art under teachers whohare studied In America and Eur;>e
ijvr Mr. Franr k M. Tyler, who has a gaso-,i boat ail Two men. When at last the represented. This proved a greater Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture? ;
SR l 1' li' iau-i:ch and looks matter the wants fish is play(-;i out an: brought along- ta.k thalh was anticipated anrd a longer a gymnnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under
o of th:se who come here to fish. I side, the honiamn einks the gaff ino rime was giveu. At the end of two the direction of ar. xperlenaed lady teacher. The only State Normal Scho'l
oli M-. T.ler I would like to try my its gils. Us.ally a tarp;a, thoi I hours the papers were exchanged, anti for Women supported by the State of Florida, offering professional one-year
Sportsman. nluch. Together we int-eiested Mr. A. apparently plaVed t(i t, wv.l have a lait M.iss Gussie Storrs was the successful courses, kindergarten training, and four-year normal cours leadingtothr
A. Cobu:n, of W-rce.;te:. Ma.is., who rush left when it feeis ti, gaff, and it winner of the first prize, a pretty piL- degree of L. I Acanced college courses of equal standing with the Univer.
.O4 i chaa.c,',d to be at the htelol, and it was is at this critical julnclre that many ture. she having gotten ninety-four sity leading to degree of B. A., B. .,M. A., ad M. Taxion Is free. Boar
arranged t hat we three should starr a silver king is lost. B;it if the gaff isi correct namei on her list. The con- somnadi or cataloge of.and further B pa.ulrs, writOe IAA. MURPe RE
oat for a day's fishing on the morning well planted the fish supeeily weaken, isolation, a pair of eyeglasses with- Pe a dent
of salt water, varying following, MI;ltlda. Mr. Tyler, by the from lo.1s of blood and is hauled on out the lenses, was given to Mr. John h.n
to two milc- wide and way, is a native of New Haven, Ct.. board or towed to shu -'. .McKinnon and Mr. J. J. Carmichael.
more than six.feei deep. and. with Coburn from Worcester and Remarkable Story. sherbert and cake were served by
tween the outer strip an yself f-c Ther eoton our ee an oy h YOUS nEM ALe COLLFGA.
oween the ,outer strip and myself fcm Bo.ton our uee:ipg and There was a singular thing happened Mrs. Brown, assisted by Misses Flor-
pnown as Indian Riverval into a sort of ew Enge er developed here two years ago. Tyler and a .ou g once and Francis Miller and Misses ..Thomasvlle, Ga.
pthe is broea t intervals, to a sort of New and reunion chap were tarpon fishing from a small Anna and Jennie Parish. Everyone Offs pall Courses for A. B.. B. S., and 3. IA DIegree
these breaks, called "in- An Early Strt. boat, when Tyler hooked a tarpon had a most delightful time and nearly '
ccme in from the sea in Monday mrning the three of us left about t*tlght. Owing to the fact that twenty-seven dollars was added to Physica GuCur~t EloCtian mad Mu Ot Sp c
and variety to feed on the I. er in the lanurnh br ht and ea:ly darkness was falling, Tyler p:.essed the Baptist treasury.
which swanr in the shale- wih r dsr. bait andid provide l it matters more than was advisable. and In Honor of Miss Manning. $15,000 spent this year in building and equlmentL Steam Heat
is such an In er two miles Mr. Tyler. awh advised us to get our succeeded in working the fish along- Mrs. Manning gave a tea Wed- Electric Lights, Gymnasulm, Swimming Pool, ood Pare, Climate
icre, anito ere io where our to ls et. we chugo-hugged of toside early in the game. The boy slip- resday afternoon in honor of her Unsurpased. Strong faculty of 10 Experienced, Teachers.
g s to be found. waerd to inle. ae t his di ped his hand through a thong noose, niece, Miss Beulah Manning, of Flo-i
of the Fort Pierc e hotel right sp-l dly aad h.r dly had t we which ran through the handieend ot rala. The guests besil'es Miss Man-. EXPENSZS $209. LIMITlD NUMBER OF FREE SCHOLARHIP
mounted tarpon five and sq.l '-,- ..away er eCoburn got a strikew AVAILABLE.
SI .arned twhatn i wve catc wahs a ree buz na obleafu the gaff, and, holding it firmly, sank ning were Miss Julia Younge, Missor e
ng. and Tweighing, wa n that mau. e thi reel bu nd obl t the eteel hcok deep into the fish's Willie Jean Landrum, Miss Cebelle Session opens Sept 26, 1905. For Free Ctalogue Addre
funds. The first tarpon him to usa th e lef the- thumb-brake gills. The tarpon. as yet uniatigued., Warren. Miss Maud Saunders, Miss 1. COCHRANE HUNT, Pree neft.
i Florida waters. by the to. ukp his lile rom overrunning. Te, feeling the thrust, lunged away, snap ?Mary Lou Cawthon Mr. J. J. Carmi-
d at Fort Pierce. Guest n ln .i was stopl .erd, .and after a spiri m- ping the boy overbcar.l and unde: the; lhael, Mr. W. F. Jones, Mr. K. R. Pad-
took, with hook and line .1 play of several minutes the man, 'aer. The whirl of the reel told erick and Mr. Murray Cawthon.
nd February. 1904. 7.f.1 41Jm V ,orcester brought hi3 fish to Tyler that the fish was making a long Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Leavit will en-..
trhe fish. Over 183.000 net. It was a "Cavallie," a beautiful,; run. The sons Iragg,-ed slowly certain at an informal reception Mon- eek f Fact and Pensacola
ishmackerel were tak- cream-white fish of I-rhape four and yet the boy did not appear on the, day evening at the Commercial Hotel
hook and line during pcrur:ls weight. I w olt the prograni:surface. Tyler feare-I that a llow, from eight to eleven o'clock. Fun and Classical School
y the fleets of the lca for the next strike whii h kept me busy, from t tail of the fish ha1 rend re The friends of Mis Gary Beville ancy, un a d la sial
These are no: fish and excite], too I confess. There IN his assistant uincDsndous, and that heI will be pleased to know tQiat she has
king ov. the recol a leicous uncertainty in fishing in would drown before he could be r ,s- almost recovered from her recent ll- Fo y in Florda S
s kept by te hotel. I was these waters-a fellow never knows cued. As he debated tlis posslbii;y ess, and that she will be out In a
find the following entry: what he has hooked u.otil he gets it the boy ibbed t th surface fcw d ys
ierson's Record. alongside. Thl fishermn here is n a.h distance from the boat. The Reverend Mr. Cottrell, of Pen-
Sh f ha n o "I've got the fih' shouted Tyler sacola, will occupy the pulpit in th. (Continued Prom Page Nine. ) S a d
tal 62 pounds. Taken swallow'his "riggin" ant- then come up The fish has.got ne yelled the Daptist church here Sunday morning
Jefferson, Dec. 3. 99." andt bite a hunk ont o' the boat. My boy. e and night.tce the law the vey best
y, I learned that this vet- catch was a "Ladyfish,' a beautiful But the younger urn a ll n Miss Kate Morrison and Miss Marythat wll enforce the law rerdless "One of the very be
;ed to come here every fornimed creature. two feet long. but operations, managed to wrench iooaeI Campbell are at Freeport visiting Mr. :M who it hurts.-Mllligai Herald. schools in the South."-Prof. Walter
these waters. At St. slim a : game fighte-". For bait Co. th ron n t rh o and Mrs. C. D. Monroe. A * Miller, Tulane University.
thesewut here.opos- burn useanl a spoon with three hFooks, thegaff from th e tarpon and swantI Mr. T. S. Lanz, of Florala. was call.- S;zughter of Fish. The Sixth Annual Session will b
lies north ut hre. oppos- burn use i a spoon a-itd three hooks, tack to the bo.a wit.i the gaff sillia,d to the bedsile of Mrs. L3nz Friday. The fishermen of the Interior of the gin September 18, 1905.
s the wintrr home of the while I hal: out a lead s'imd with sin-e dangling fm his wr'st. The fish. rs. Ianz has been very Ill ever since state complain that the fresh water The Pensacola ClaICWal School furt
Matt S. Quay. le hook. By the rime -.e had reached weakened from the l:ss of blood, was her arrival here six weeks ago, butsb reams and lakes are belnl denuded nishes the elements of a asond ed
,VLS ^rival liEre sixr weekskj agS -H ^ ^
t on the ier in front of the inlt, we t had caught half a dozen towd alongsidie ad dispatcher. It ; was slowly Improving until Thursday f fish. The same thing may be said cation.
,-.m 1h r))int ot van fish, t ,. est r I or
n"y fis" of s w ged 10 ondo, Thi. is the most ;afternoon when she took a turn for c(f the waters along the East Coa;, It offers every advantage, for pr-pa-
rny fgih o" xa:-it, kAinits. v Many Varietles. remarkable fish s:ory I have heard in he worse and early Friday mo-ning where fish are slaughtered indiscrlmi- ration for the best colleges, universl-
inrgei hne at le.trwa chore- aArriving an or destiny tr:o, we fn- a long wile, and it would tax my s so ill that the family deemed it lately. If there Is not something don ties and scientif schools In the coun-
Sin th shallows wa or t launrh and el oer the r iy but for e act tf it is bst to wire fir Mr. I anz and her fa to put a stop to the "big catches" et try.
me as a -:riumf11sh. Al niile fir o'fler a ould bite, and dur. vo('ched for by ;nveral L::ei here w:o tiher. Dr. Landrum, who is in Alpine, corded by alleged sportsmen, the hfie Its lnstruetqr are thoroughly equipl
es wHuthe ht, l my ishing ikxp the ti:ne we remained we wee witrissed the inci.rnt from a latunci Texas. Mr. Lanz arri-ve:l on the morn- fishing we now have will soon be a ped teachers in the departments at
sugI i~c ht; prt bait bsy e p l y 1aylng fish or which was anm.a:rircd neat by. ing train, but on account of the quar- thing of the pist. No true sportsm-an work in which they Imstruct.
irt. because fishing was fishriaiinig. We used as oait while still Towa-d nl I;fteroon, as we three atine it is feared Dr. Landrum can- will ever undertake to drain a lake The pupils received are limited to
beshin fidd!er-ca cut p os of were preparing to cruise tow ar hmrne rtot reach here for several days. or stream of fish, for thL sa T of ha'- such a number a w rll Insure a car,
shell crabs cut portions of mullet an,* ,e saw a big shark rolling in th he iocl paper gtve him a "plr"ful supervialnu of the work of eacc.
Sshrip. Sheephead took the bait the I.ws off a san!-har not far fiom our his "big o c ."--Gainesville S The individual is the alt of intr':c
'most ireadlily, and we caught more of launch. Hse lied tos be eight or nnci Ithlion.
'th han an o r inge variety fet lng. There was cosieral Southerion. Student Latores for tdet
flhe Sie ieph 'al is built $ g'!ol deal iik3 exr::eme:,t on arlar lta lln. al e :. m e Truly, "I'ts an il ind that blows blo large, w~el-equippe y
and a good fighter. We al-o caught board caled out that a savfh a ew good. The fellow fever in and a systematic corse In p ct
anet., Ptaeeml. Fta. more Ladyfhf, Cavalie. Mnrove, cng as teir crt ca s a Orleansuth, has caused the entire culture inaure a healthy growth at
Snappers. Dal kfish and one atfish. theom.t the smallest town or ham the body to accompany and strengtaea
.Betwee1n ':tes. 'lylor gave us some A Big Day' Catch. let to the largest city to undergo one te mental deVelopbment.
EaE LY'-- iL eres i ncrmtio about tarpo n our y h:c w rauht our H O R Sp arees thd a ex ele Why d Togr e o or dawhen h eo
ilns at Fort Pierce in June sad re on- eht pe-haps we'hia g f-lr pn:ls. Ou: true, our people or a eat majority advantage forlearnlg and more per.
R inaX about Auust. ahoug a mall pouns o nhich l scosseof them, never thlin o the need or asona attentki are offered here t
('unmax ,until Augustexb. reaching Its atch pofufis for:the day =d F E E Dsanitation until disease breaks out home
RL, GOOD here. These big fellow5 workk up the 5the I trss fisherman HrP caught mort: somhange along thg w, b t e a catalog eor further Inform
L GOOD ea.t Florida coast in schools ad enter f the total than either Tyler or I. it I ly looks doubtl.-Mariana Ties- H. C.AY ARMSTRONG.
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