The Pensacola journal.

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The Pensacola journal.
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Daily journal
Added title page title:
Pensacola news-journal
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Pensacola, Fla.
Mayes & Co.
Mayes & Co.,
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Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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NO. 189.



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Washigto July .-( ef W lkle,
of the United States secret nervflee
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FOR POTPWeMoUeNT MAOs BY B--- ws 0ot1ed today o atse arrest at
ATTO'RM" PRt VDR TMT - Hamilton West Virginia, of Cha. Jack-
- VENMNT .sen. one of an alleged gag of notori-
ON AOOOUWT OF A&MC Of ous note raser..
IMPORTANT *WMT 1OaBM N.I T AIY. rving Tolley, leader of the gang
APartly claIdy t to trea e who was arrestedIn Btimore a few
--hortheat to Sorft wis. days ago, has given the oecdals trou
By Aeeol0ed Pr% ---, ble fr several years and seraed BOW
Beattyile. y, July J -4 ulam& -W-#s JIST TgA3. . the Teneebs. pmeitnUimry hie seW-
ton was cause hed r M toay g. i a ve yar meateace for ralta
the trial of former Jud- e al n air, d temperate -egriss bank notes.
ex.heriff Ed. th,. e t tt Wy **P 74 OmaLmum. Jackson Is said to have .uistted T
county, on the arge of murdering I***a'd V a e anote Nox-'* a
Attorney James B. Maroum, by the South CaroHa.
announcement that Alobury Spicer The Glorotsus Urth-the Day of
had confessed, iplmt the two Imla dpendenCe- l duly celbated
Spicer deflated that a few days be. day. Young Aerica w~ a all in al /
fore the killag oft Maremi an offer his Iory. Tie mayor M.a- poW i M
of five hundred. dollars was made to od that he eas fre the varleft kinds
him to do the killing, which he rerO Roie prod**e*N ad serve lOstrae P T
fused. and th*ee rsso douit but that all L L
Another o. w e mad to-day l1 In videne duri ng th entire F l IL
ayn dPOtoR nof tien'.ght.F ALE- THi
by the govat attorney for post- MaRY' sM imha vbees pr o-
ponement oi the trial o a count of parod for the day. o toat thoo who nn rI
the absease of important government have a holiday will aKit f ad t allII IIL I
witnesses. Jagle Dorsey decided to dull. bhit on the other had ceedin 111111
proceed -wtth the cae ad said he ly lively. All the wr omgest oes IIU I
will be lose ftr the d amnd the
"Would give the o'TersUnt every op- bore wiB cloe their dfW at anoa,
portunity to get witnesses. He named and for the balance of t M ay bus!- nu .
special o.era to brian into coart the nems in PeMaeol i, cease ad a I b
rersoe waated. T*h judge aid it he gi l epm l to ly .the 4.1 W f t -
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The contract between the Ctty 4
Pensacola aad P. Long for the reao".
al and disposal of gaboage, was hUl
night annuled. This action was tab
en after many wedks of patient wa.
lag upon the part of the city or the
contractor to fuMll his e atraet, and
after a long hearing by the Ba oM "
Public Works yesterday afternoonm
when citizens from every section d
the city testified that garbage had re*
mained in front of their reslde'ces
anywhere from two days to nearly a
The board held a meeting Monday
afternoon, when many written com.
plaints were considered, and It seemed
as though the contract would then be
cancelled, but when the contractor
still maintained that he wax carrying
out the terms of his contract, the .
board decided to hold aa open meet*,
Ing at 5 o'clock T'esday afternoon,
and request all those who mfght desire

make complaints to appear. "-\
TsOn the board convened there
we about a dean ettisens present, ,
I of whom were sworn. R. M. Avery. 'i 7
I Mft to 1auti4,atatd that thr9e
rrels of gadate had remained in
>nt of his reesidence since the 15th
last month, notwithstanding many
mplaints, and had finally been mov*
by the city Saturday night.
W'. L. Bell, of East Gregory street,
d placed garbage out last Tuesday
d it had remained there until he
ade so many complaints that the city
rts came and took It away. The
ree barrels were placed In the street
fore 7 o'clock a. m.
Jas. Dougherty testified that a bar~
I of garbage had been left at the
rner of DeVIlier and Romana street
* over a week, the garbage wagon
fusing to remove it, saying It was
o heavy.
Capt. R. M. Bushnell told the board
at over a week ago he had placed a
Sof garbage in front of his red-
nce on West Gregory and had cm '
lned to the contractor of Its noCn
moval every day, but without re.
Its. It had finally been removed by
e city carts.
J. N. Andrews said that garbage m'
Lt Wright. Nwrth Alcaals and North
kvis had not been removed for many
ys, and was being turned over b,
imals In the streets.
Other citizens teetleed along the
me line, and Astsistant 8uperlnteo .
nt 9pottwood told of cleaning up
tole streets of garbage with the eity
The contractor, even with this over.
lelming evidence that he had not
ed up to the contract, still main.
ned that he had, saying that the re.
3val by the city of the gaftage was
e same. as if his wagaos and per.
armed the work, ashe paid the citjy
r doing It.
The board could not see the matter
this light, and upon motion of Mr.
niel the contract was cancelled, an4
e clerk lunstruted to notify the
ndsmen of P. Long of the action.
The board decided for the present
have the city carts remove the garb-
e, and It Is believed a much more
tisfactory service will be rendered.
Soo= as these Instructions were
Pied Assistant rpt. Spottswood sent
t a number of wagons and they were
pt busy last night until a late hour
therlng up garbage that had not
en removed during the day.
It Is poeible that later the bard-
11 sie It to award the contract to
er parties provided they think sat.
factory service can be secured.


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OVAL M LONOWIM PM &wor bwhn-zbm JDA'& wr o- tindl tImun
..W^Y-40 R. RY 4"MNOT oR.inlead" aintatt e olerais epj-
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Inknown. tbat. it qmed" In a vMlfiom
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a-e reported evewal months ago when two
S tiiie orm dae at It. M aIler.
y Asoaio Cholera n la Ight ordi Is epidemic
London, .July 3. J. Bryan most every year in the Phlipplnes.
aund M e. Bryan rri 1 ernoo
a. Vwe to H hotel t here they

n a stuementer haaym. y o
the net atsuggestl. cft reception
for me at New York- fahm the fl
Commercial Travelg League priJA M
to the acton of any i4ip. Convention
the nest oampain
"Now that the t. of some of
the state conventiome; te raised the
question as to the pollT aMcance
of the reception I an &A. tosay that
it int not rerd n light
of an tfr e preidentlal hil- OaUMN S
"I Appredate the c< limnet paid lambtf Of UU"Ts
me but do not regard a MtPaions W '
as binding upon them T the party of h k Chrr
their states. < am
"It is two years the 'o.ven-
tionmeetsand am illato s t
oa a stool and lo7406 that long." By Aqa"Weated Pre
Br. Bryan will the Ameri- Paoli, Ind., July 3.--Attorney Gener-
can- belOty diamer ta Sght. i Miller, at the instance of Governor
S- ahleY. to-day filed n acton to re

a- J -t -e r -n
ay Jottin down some figures on a

OYoke charter of the French Lc to
pa with* a reasonable time the la in u'pe th |aotel0 Co. it c arged th,
Mse wad be arr.d ever o the o t 0se 'f 4s w 0b r t U w=
co-haD 988 -1 at the ratio n 4 dea
S. by the ladies an I Ablls ae P cratic committee, Is president of the Bt
STherelothatcome I shall be l too gladto I The sheriff and deputies raided the f f
NEGR, O WOMAN AT , 7:M o'eh, i h New York, July 3l.-'When the time W l inl l casino at the Fren ick andWeo
TTLwU ll take in t* piniW and tell all. I 'shall not ftitch at the OastU ino Sa he rels to- ay An' of
LA most enjoyable 1aee. ordeal nor will I break down. My one hen Springres hotels towadeA n
This afternoon the main elbao -- per of arres were mane tnd con .. ...
near PeaLe 5 o ,isearatt leetrh thought is be of service tq,my e ero diderable paraphernalia was sed. Submrine Div e
LEMENTINE JOH N CAUGOHT Prk. It wll be t plalo of the bnd. L llAttorney General Miller left thls
HT Klghts of Col wbus, and as all kinds This statement waq made by Mrs. afernoo to direct t disposition of slate, just as though he were writing ha
YESTERDAY-WOMA4N H of sport and amusets, Includin g Thaw today when she went to see her IU llL the confiscated property. n an office, was the sight that many an
a baseball game, have bees provided, husband at the Tombs and is te rst___ persons witnessed yesterday afternoon
STABBED IN CRITICAL there is no dubtla that the o time she has talked of her attitude In FPY SA T at TarragoTla street wharf. The n' a
ONOITION. will notonly be largely patioaled but the coming trial of haw. & By Ase ed Prer was a professional diver and was
will be one of the esaoyaMe. features Form confer Jude hi had aconferh on July .-- ncpa: o- engaged in testing the piling of the tbe
Of&the lArtt co- e(ce with hsu ent this aternoo dals have taken step with a view to RUN IN GEORGIA e
m ttee hap ed f the and carried away with him a large prosecution If it is found the present W en he frst wet down only a re
Lementine Johnson, a colored eveat and has a wi the street package of letters received by Thaw. ee famine in WIt-hlio*fn Is the re few persons were gathered but the r
%oman. who the oicers of the coun- railway empmy to rvd od aer He said in future he will have Thaw's sult of a conspiracy to raise the price LOCAL. RA R %AS SENT TO d ad fini estask e was for
t have been looking for .during the vtie to and fM the park during the letters opened to save Thaw from an- of that commodity in restraint of oo e co t ath re
rast ten days, was captured yester. af e,,on ad -te t O f toyean.ce. tt. t .ad ,AINRHIGOE TO NTw R m cwd nn y c
The ladies' Vhe Aawy 3oety of The Ice scarcity in Washington has in him.
lay afternoon by Deputy Sher Mar- the resbytera church willgive existed for several days and daers RAE THERE TOAY. At rst through the clear and still
t.n. The woman at the tme waa near moonlight exurj tight t. l ANOTH R UNION refuseto sell o any but old customR- watercr ., ae b m o
1he county jail and was making her and commodious tA has been iarter- "'e. In numerous instances people moter erawlya a on e botetoo d
v front Fort Barmaes to the home ed forthe occai the IS OR ANIZED t have been unable to obtain any t leepy am" the fast racer wn-- shwed tha e ect w an, la
Some friends when Deputy MIartin t, rowd.adr -mk at U all, even under stressing crcum- ed by W. C. Crowe. of Chipley, bu: and after the eyes became aeeuntomed re
"aw her. the. The cflo seabl a resat f ori sx dances. wbich is being stabled and trained to looking into the water, Ms every su
The Johnson woman and another a s--re "spe f"-'-rsof- fthi- s- here, was shipped yesterday to Ban- move could be seen. The eigh. was th
lefro woman engaged in a aght at a owhnac are we o, rvedhr s e TH#E M arLO MtETI -,. H-a ,--. tridge; Ga., where the animal will be one that beld the spectators. The
cenic at Kupftran's park about ten iea _. t ihe S-w-S ft he LA.T -eO- T A-- H I entered in the races that are ached- idea that a man could unconcernedly
lays ago and the latter was stabbed latte, and te t L M AND er .l *" wM /IJ HI il led to be pulled off there today nd --l. about under the water pe,,orm. D
4i the abdomen and other poirtias of ,o'lock. ThWOY -l time wM- Vli, lo I horse men are satiaded that in, clercal duties, bordered somewhat
athe body. Her condition yesterday wis t,".If. "" I I- l III IIIII ll pass the wire front of any- or the mysterious and many re. an
as critical, and it is not eXpected m s given the a w thing brought out on the Georgia ..aied glued to the spot until the
that she wlil live. -- t--- r-- ... i II ilii track. diver came to the surface.
The Johnson woman made her es- In Station to ea I iH t The animal, which was brought An inspection of piling was being d
.pe. and since then bas been with E.Otlo t r .l Another -n-on w-- f / I i l / l ere some weeks ago by Mr. Crowe, made to see f ay of them had de w
friends around the navt yard and be forgotten byaar as sa the e. w.s bSm5 as b i dL exceptionaly fast oae, and & tI cayed. The diver walked alona slow. A
rt Barrancas. and oeQalomiwly .plis there Will thW ht when the barbers of the city.. a appearance dqnotem speed and endrI y and upon reshlg each lle would
'.ot1 come to town. Ske llp.I.. h.i with .d. i*_ a ad. formedtheBarbess On the lo~tl t.rk he il give It a w taps with a hatchet w
cut ball pending the result aof the m ___b* ne *0Aorhood4, there wi1 be a with a lare0mbershp. .TL salo took the honors in the recent racs whtc he carried. The sound told him lIv
juries hel el aeew-ment. has applied for S charter sad be and had plenty of Ped A r thecoito of e p g ad down ta
se for a S. 9 jb asy sMlate wth the Amerca er- 51 311 fnal spurt it it was n sammry. swold go the record. Ths was kept m
;de om e Fort ot fJa y oratory. tieiS ao ber w e, e q d After the raNces the horse will be p untit much of the work had been th
PI TR I r *rou .....ght back to P-- ,,-,veoeol arnd will cop.i-shed, when the diver came, for
INCIPIENT RIOT mussw t0i tit 00M fer. m batI* bthas members attn - bs uh
th ey, fa i' ",. ae C. July --Th a n ,ed. met and outet wtt taken m hi.
AT TSARSKOE-*ELO ast'L w t gat h.e' 0c090! .w& S.T4h ie Tt *a9*X t J u- r
m,- -Ol..m. aatd &ay n Wthat tqMs. WcGeiC ,si onvhu..oa me, s-t here '
I* t,. 2 S? ? a mamVI inA l crm an ofthe DAMON LOD .GE B.AR-O OF g
By Assedlatd Pns. people w1ill l the c@*W to bfl t.ave wtT thtFe s WON .only to be
St. Petersburg. July -.-As lalp* e will be m --I 1. by thed P at u -whih k aft- -- ..I lE iIi toC
#It riot reported among the guard lag of .sed tia to eat aer o p athe prombet laboror J. bryi n was SUL HUR a
i' Tsarqkoe-eao palace, because they lovely oaks r whie. at elghbor anes ofm the Leay.. t=t t fttor ve president-
rere ordered not to read the a Wapt- heotd O fainm..ol ... v t oo.kaf ,.# st -ato e. ,, vAQ g#TMtIAisIC eAT fti- Asa
Pers. Ofmeers of the guard declare Mab yothrw elbeate n ~ tradesaubmw'Tg& g u mi e rdIsusst .--amin"H T MR DUCKMrnmindnER Ts
the Measure taken to prevent the arrand, and all nd the day wiua wl gmeise wasduring te -wF tiSi l oTH0S rWe LtDmrs it
read of the revolt s pary prega be6y apLropriatel .bst. a pL Lin e t a ope r a e AIRIT S WITH 0 CMI0 FROM ke
da is arousing soft Tota t amA 1a bor Laa .- NwIGHT. g
The soldiers that the Uves of 0 r NH A R R.M beW
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r p J^leasat off th t te. r Tlres rIeet Mrdeepeiet be la r (rl perl aasiktww up to aa-I totpay eag to werpu n to the preu aryG e atS o
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ls on.areiahe -rth alre tHer4e em loderr udh tust ad sguest, reme
r Ma. p forte fe. Is US istdI e~e roed ha rem when the bruised ad bleeang aatade .a th,.ir e ur tr h do I -ere at ho i oer be a nouncements frm. my pen regard.
S b lped eachaaldS n i Wy wmahe ich wfSMe.2 due b fat of the "atertalment suicide caessed bey utter despair, haslow and labored tngish, wmth the tdh bsbnines ofr mrakt t uIbe Ub

VCaesarets act like eloouls. eoshtaerv of Amelway frees tor whites. .14a a le1den, fata bete 10 ae I had a gootteof aae bt l-eand war of otot tae Buth

I ...S.m)du t o~7ow. hadve bhen b rutaly btej sometime ta better etrhis 1 etter, and the syma* eyOsid rI musute tax to tm a r dine to ru thar.t bus isetas
. o u~gv id o mltya e v a bee ~s aida mu t r ay t he do t ad clnd tw oueno.. .o rth d a ou ..e. --- tto O- &.lale d
day ard e teswi e o I.e ther totel rsel ofORIDA wASne the throat, leyes patby tte whbs people I ata qit my job. from papers when ordered to by th
awdmoa IcedM T e. I 0e oit fs c Ot O "B (to -sevent towards theta movement Orl t a t tao ttor t b
SaW tBhs ai tr .oeets amr w eU wh tatrther work ), to atori tor u power treuisite on I ltet the lear old flth p papers. We refused to 0
ItheOethe'arM Mia.arbll foLee telw taras t relwa l for. o to e leaten, ihprovesmnto be ao ren would htae .a better cah e, butI l wo cthe oensiand nt savst y tht&

W Sa d and the m w msi tt d these poor v s s o that better holrs aaa better wage en~ dols af poet hr e a. 0thef sl. When its "orders" are sot obey
; uslk. Sveiy talcetato mped" *requen tly o sattloao s made ln the the leaders bea to demand large I they ake a sti e, as they dio as ad the depths of trickery, borott, ,
I woisw h e Cel,.-T papers, for the re ders are ao to sarea a d to wrg "pv.sttI mach, I mt quit work, no mter hs. and all- the blaek pools of lab
: d0116/n sec h items thae they to have trf m the members and from e mploy- I am coatent wither ad eu hIe avel aeace have been reaere
W e m "news val e." I this tcm adletm true? exen app ared the i to estloan I must fight and get killed." .for meas to are w*c.h y aa
fo,, d of I as Itmum be with all durng tits coming yesUWWIDon ask the writer for authority, tat of pwertan a fouind hie
S. ,andLI .ME COzLLEG turn t the da.l recor for sligteW word iut bd eoeyed, and n hopes toI preserve his riht to work thlsent raly to o support by t
Sthe &wets. order to eaforce it he must rule by and support hit family, Who hopes t great AmerIcan pMic, whoee me

.,-. NIG g of. the danger to life and limb from pbo e. MIr egtator sadM organwaers -n chant who hopes to ese the sad- Used s to tA. d5.O. coditio
i i Selabor trust excItes a s4mt of luke. a coft laon basis. Bd samorug den boycott, every ,arser who hopes In whc the pe are pced by t
SWj.. -,,,TT ,mTON TO TI- warm sympathy ao th -better ter ito any dislaet eve were workto postponert day when ith wheat .ebor asL, woup the
m classes," but I am, led to Inquire how ame are well M and tented. Seek or other crope overripe and spoling he ps r It has been a pa
.. the- American people st ael their out a. few ho hiteAdeta wil talk'nt is confronted with a strike and h lic work o t 'ot

wLk Ts z~...4_ fil hsde.. ce faomsrt, and the widows left to battle ome a atoirphea tl them usual labor trust warfare et, up The otal o own pace a nea
e"e 'heart "" "' or thaar loupportf Wy so dv4 ow they ar. Tbed, and o -laor a-ara m ad hto behooves every n ry prom ent paper tn Amertc
P.r. .. .. otod the rit c tlae6 lw howhilvre nate. a. wealth and therefo)ore met patriotwe itrn, who eopea to keep p, a at to tha apace ft
So'. ,. TH ., be rti seu ear rid, e ed mslly o -them to m..ake other; the l r(ytriea e l nd m,.t pbo and tha whi
bu vrely id ,.tt aee of t how. u

s. a S alb.ay trfe a wme, .. .sofav a e t a few and the people dependent qpon ~thaa i g oe
Be M S N Ily et" o tbe eOt f t eor ball which only .ed.a le _rtln Bs ,Itoed with vta ther cen pator der cot
^. ,Oay r yo rr ransta be o01 by as e1naionatb to grow rapidly. Then mass the di- or protection to the common In. tract, no matter w the labor tr
i the ali Of the s Colege cry that ecape and they er have tea d march to a ntry m et may obect toa the facts mad
SteQli of t ihf S1 ils a close ook at the antoh steoi call oa the w ormen to drop their l' t every canuddat for oice be Pablc
I. Hedache Remedy. lai*ssS 0e woad s. ,, ^ ... e. nel e"a sthe toolseaJoian et g. tofthe neo ahaed. .o... . wat"-e-d anrd itegt when hueaon- .n.
Tof '.FheoAs an- emsvel ue. ." n w1f" Boebaee steady mmhes dneermu and ay the lor trast. w..m. he a-_rees to rep.eset.been,_ seth to a.h eery pr
a BOyoung whoi aybetsted children. rr, f y canot and must they have good oitiqns.and good pay. that trest and its measure in &epoest paeq Iset et t9 witheffort
R .N tacuorees s ae o ered Il this not -reus to "ep moral asP- ay tsmtkurd on *his way ho"me, tsn to 1e measures of the people. pay p elar, forIsi wi sosert
Quick. Certain. Agree- Ostor lty Is coposed of Chrgla foMM Hriefro th a nad 'shro e.. clh man w I o Jals tea oe enbemels
able and *Harmlem. me ad wom, n th moral gripofs rpy grow creature, he refuses, hoot and Jeur at h, throw .d'b ds wporoet i oofm. il aa pe et s ol
r:.l -o- --l .., o-- o. s,...t-s he tyseRmnOa ttStr iugi. Wamlne it a few stonep and et some boys to ed"o any a orpores od:o. oa s, andit we cil
-.p g 'a stresed as much as Is their Int caretally, head, body, le and fet In chase and harass him. Hve a crowd tlon or trust, Isa lined up aalnet the not bri o t-u tost, pa y e m n t
White' Pharm y o phyal caton a. la S Tmt aA ym mI o gr ad tell him he bwill eyeri trustogrm mud r d
ALAPOX rET asa he t trust and fees each month y goods same to t thr or repr the o, raloa A few paper to whom it ha bee
,. 8 h m --1" -WW. -AN l sporlth te t he, wori theylmbsrot bmr aon-WtSd Wa ht and.Ornoifehs lo r _trs mtoorhrtfedlolwrefose o r, t..

SManauatured by I.hSl S lowed to work a port their ri not to asocate with him, In- that u him there a whatever ad They far th labor trust.
A ... .ON i ,, ,,i l.ll es. That. starts the slavery. start the children to chase his and rntge a trust alns in the making Tiey day by day arti
S. ,AN ANTWEIP A ON, oear Stert .Ai Then pe.aps a e of a to O s nad terrorism them oino and comlns or executto of laws must be and. les Sattlat to that trust.
SMobil Ala. tae. eBh tr Teacher t upon the slave, for mte lad fro ehool otify l employer that tae ed at th expense of the They wilfutlly "l any news detri
S' t Sten v pendence, or present infraction of all other workmen will quit and -y- -omw a mental to te trust, smother the itemk

a clas, appeats ath gro ery, met shp, or other stomartyr begins to feel that it is a tert to fatten and thrive except upon the ter how 4ty they are or how mc
bave .completed the eleveMa de p5j! wlebre he has crdit. In USD7 0ats ble pric to pay for his standing up People outside the trust. The labor the publisher inwardly hates htnmael
high asel, but tharragatare gsgro er or btehAer 1. "ordUed" ot or the treedoma an lIberty guaranteed trst trie to p&ss laws to prevent for his prostitution
m*ade to reueel those who fre to supply food to pertain cstizens. him by the constitution of his fathers anyone buying labor except from mem- Such papers are the moat potsonoa
then ^advaned than the teMh rad O there cite areW orderede" aot to and b's right to Independent action ibers of the labor anrions, and at any re e e*inm eople.
THNo age liamlt plieo e eip tv dn Iny the favote hat, .pe, or othes and uless he be the one bravest man price tai trust may d ae power tor-
Sehool Sie T .isers. oepmso they do not b ear the trust uet 41 a- h ale-ed brave men h nthinemeo Th's trust de o as c athey onde orho
Y ou_- _*\^T ^ must'? at ely a.nd bow hs11 sae sck to the mWtomatke oot pa law thtoe prve t tPllio ts e

for It .prin ts-me trht aa not Si- labor t_1m absolute ,-si uauttl or m urderi g lalmb r union .'- lon ....ens, bw su-e ,he- latter a-
1ansammepel I b.. July I favorale tto .IMlo trut. ershe ad helpless. From httet meulbers or blowing up their houses. enerally o poranid a 4 do not hav~
.You are ordered not to have yaur he Is 5iWjct to "orders" he not Beh a law Is not necessary to the mmttee to e k the pub
"re i --V "- ... .. al, at er.aWth'sr disWber, while M ocaalonal fines of rom trust, but It does seek with all Its usher. But. ..4 highate mer tf
iUS ] IVE Pn WAMINOTOfN h uas nae s mtoeOla a --t 1a.00 $10Me are assessed oagtas power to torce a law through Congress people to take qd n ff the
1 OUNWTY I O~IaPTUID shop. M by "the ua ie to "pualsh" him tayed the Ant. lnuanction law, to tte cowardly sa papers. Th
S t e t- -. .You mustn't ride on the street cars alnretaly fatten tahe pockt- tee hands of the courts, so they can. cItiens want ee act" spread bi
for the tiust -ctos beaoks of the leaders. not issue "restraiaina orders" or "In. fore the,'so a rse an lte
Cal hpee, a megrfo who is a fueg. the windows aad tlpy t over. ThU3DM5 sad tens of thousands of jmcUtomV' which would have the effect isent C -e thepe subjects
-, .. hta yos.h. em&On, You breltsti-ntwd uot tohkveen n u
t ir -Oa eatde at. t e ar uatetdotto h eH .0 trade Amer.iae workmen are la of retrain union men r y aa.nd the W w s one se
i s "^9^'t priatag d Ot sy o* that condition of helpless slavery to aultlngeitses or blows g up houses of ats a' us
-ik eu.Age. ft a m tysdeo, wap-ourtatwat.yuri SU noe w day and they ctrpehme, but bo .or property. make ieed stat_ k
g~ag-fo' rlie fra -ChostrNIN' unon nd trio..KWI hn 6scW1 t -he an ~je

-UN y Wterday tot- If they award -lae printian to the *them a chance ana inthey wouelx ^- e. : o they waat te known
r ah aad "Johon lowet bder it heu to be free themselves, but the skillful organ- ftree to tdoose thaigs? b L S I pra r.
-^ JClla. sa s der theban of to aps satlon set up& ad ruled by the paid TMak for one moment of the auda. o o
to 1 8 awaapajtB pletely lr Is powerful enough to len gtyepe Sths to S which on or Worw pa
-a. d haa tbe.s livtig tied li uby the iR pAt.s, store. tht p-erly "ta e. tse labor trust leaders wti go to tapo the I a c
Iii= J- .. Is ,I te. that typers asad _, tc that dari. Thua T w see a movement Startsd reiase sad force the pble to "obey." ,-.r
,, ,, 1 -l,,e .tey not priat facts o at la Wsy" with high mad aoble purpose, wft Tti hat fttg spud o bts w lk g. tne os
mw nowpar w" thei NA a eInt tho e hands of desIgalgnfa me who dare askior laws to steet tam lu p "e
W-e"--SmW-_ .. .
... 2 .ma s.. wa we.s t .p. hplg discovered the volume of pww tl rale he people? No as4~s eot eou
--g r x_ r resort Ms mily a"d refses to slare eOr put in thek hands, use It for dat. assd y patted wno sta k e i .- el
Aimr the mmaa to to be al te. t ted Stat ee 9ist asg~ir rampeat IS oar 00 st. yo
;i W.. WMAN- beaten oam,.. have i a W,. "WW,, of labor," etc.. etc., while M ma w will se l rt M
.tzo--- le .aam*a..waabe*t~~e* tea_.the a-as l.,hter ad ter t t Uaterest a, nd -.. -. of th
.l The ple gt gss to o the ass at that h-or. flly sews eerd s
T. .. 'a p "e 3 .. .... ..lklty a's.ever the neesa ty .. "datsp wile me ster at th pe. a s as. g
thretee6 trt Is .f oela all workmen to jol the wha h. senate becon s l^y w A he wiv4ll OM to

i '^M a a b m fht ,, t Mjt t e t~l e p n a e a t ' 4l ) uat . g a u r e h e d e i t s t h e
M-O w t o 0 0 4 ii n % v all C, ,

I' Demand of your candidates tha
10 they represent, as Bishop McCabesaTr
rk the 10 per cent of the people andnor
lt 0 per cent made up from some
t oi'5sation. The people can ele
0y th free man sure if they let the f-s
Sbe- known.
h Next, don't fall to go Individua,.
_ Or In a body to demand of the ne,
paper that wants your patronage ta4
SIt print as much matter in the lnte.
r est of the free tluens as it doe, a
to "proee~etug" and favorable M
M- t ea the labor trust. Then a*
t- advertisers in the papers afraid to
y publish this artile why they suppa
It- a sheet of that character.
S Do thue things and you will d
beer6 you have the power to preset r
be your own personal liberty, the free.
A" dom of your townsmen and the con.
M- tinued prosperity of your common t,.
F But you must act.
y- Real gealnuneslavery Is here wtih'
fKi grip on ourpeopre We see the
n- same fear In denouncing it as exii-.t
ag among the people In the days of tNe
e- slavery: The cowardice of polftkias
of and press, fearing to stand upon :h
d GoqdgltM. principles of human ibertv,
fearing for votes and patronage. pit
k- they have temnorisd and compral.
r- ed too lone and history repeats it.u,
at Whenever In the a rsa o a nation ou
a- class ensaves a"ather, fear alwa-
r begets cowardice. Then there 6en
g teapt tocomUpromise with the wrongL
.e and that sin of compromise is such a
ik crime against the eternal principle of
la human liberty that it brings increased
ly tyranny, oppression and misery by
r. the spread of that slavery. It was se
III before the. dvl war-it is so now.
st Every day sees new victims. Amer:.
, can ltlseas ,damooned, impressed ani
y.' sbJected to the slavery of the laaor
oD trust. These victims frequently strug.
d 1c0le to free" themselves. If they flgh"
ht bard enough they may succeed bu;
g' many cannot. Will you stand idly by
le and see this wrong go on? Please
-' read this article over again and care-
1.1 fully get the facts clearly in yo'ir
. mind, and them as you value your na-
st' tive land and the freedom of your per.
n son and children, ACT. Demand of
. your newspaper that It stani for t:h
common people and demand of your
b- candidate for public office that he rei-
,' resent the atntefrst of the masses, t e
Dr great unorganised majority with their
I needs aad rights, and not the se:f h
r.' Interests of any organization made
a up of the few to prey off the many.
r Extend to mes the right to organize
h with capital or labpn or both for pr>-
teetion and betterment Bui when
h acts of tyran o s and slav-
.- ery are bommlitted i the sl\gte 0.
t' attempt made to rob you or your ,';-
es lows of the risht to work, the right to
J buy and sell or to meercise your free-
l don and liberty Ia any manner given
, under our consMtltlam, yield not onn
lI fraction of it Make your battle then
o and there. IA day of contest with the
.; black spirit of tyranny right on th.
' start Is better than months or yevar3
)f of slavery, with the certainty of extri-
11 mination or a log and better war wi:
a-, that spirit, fattened and strengthened
' by the loot of long feeding.
1 It Is a most serious matter whin,
n even one American brother has I)i-n
Sobbed of his liberty and freedom.
I what then hall we do when confron'-
i- ed with the abuse and oppression "t
thousands of our own people It is
Stie for some of you to search out
s your toe 10b hidden flag and, in con-
k tmuplatia, enad your minds back to
t- the time when the old sires march
h and toiled, until tyrants bullets cut th,,
' arte les and stripes of red washo'l
acroem the white banner, then in a
s ldd of blue were set the stars, wit"
as a purpose as the magnflrhte.
Smachinery of the planets, set by th:
Ssane God In the royal purple of h:
s heaven. Those old grandfather, w'e
seat out by the impulses of the Infinite
lather to win back the lost crown of
. human liberty, the best gift to h:
. children.
t With It came to us a noble flaz "
e be ever held as a symbol and refiI-
,.' der of that crown so dearly won i;: I.' after having been lost by apathy, c .
,i ardie, and compromise with the ,'er-
t nal principles.
j That old flag bears a message to ,q
. from our grandfathers, and str nzEr

i,'s from the Iannite Pather wl)' r,
Spired them. In solemn tones i ,IA
e mands that we stand together n)
. andI always whenever one single Amne,
e t cson be threatenedwith the -.
Sbhis blood-bought Inheritance, his pO
I smonal liberty.
S e may ashirkoffer excuse, hesa3'
a pander, and prevaricate, but the etf
OW d. a eo Justice who moulded ths
l crcWs of liberty will exact a point
y P far each and every pno
ofat eAw l shriaklag from the prom%
.j e .UP Inmspi defense of t0
e a1s t Is o-mpat in our m'dst. a
dphudug voices vf~se about theer!*
- oa. ad hld"iesads of :Mongre
SLTyraMtsi Slave hat Freemen and
a b = e stil. ftee spirit voices
: .96dwn Ant the cries of tl"'!
8 helpless ehIU *r- d with thf :
sage *wen throph the old btimn:
of O*W S *,:- BClL and call. "
* c *n G od help the helples. *',

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OF NATIONAL LIF - " -, .U S... ... 9"
EVES M UT W, TMI,. ,. NISH y ta w,'t IWQ.-i*. f 'AiA w- . *
IN ,"IVIDU-AL C*" CAT4 rt r h.... tadI i.m Iue I a' .
I0era Et ftwaftViaa wM k he taSls .t the au g "
Have 1 an -Wpd f-- . dayof nowsm :r T w
vour own, give aour OfSeAnody"W
lth. to 101eel tr t ... ,1 ai Tffr . I
HIre are Clothes Mau ItM irt-i -lv ibM.l ot tMw 8H M -.t.- 7 ..... _
vbody indS ..t 2*a_ mK B a f S-..,',.,.- j .-oc Not ao
The Suit you want Is here; be In Onpy l. tr' C'ar y'eterda t4 a1 ,R S ts, g ter sme palei t
inlWopendent and se for your. Joe, of t. saati* so4l 6 f wer iaokly to teapo.wItk.ya few ee st Megb i.myl. S th s
self. o e it o pt rth Th ht roof bee kept it.hs So e t -
of t hawteis awl attlh, at of a..-at& shed "-fr tha- a slX00% atL an d .a th cu. Mri. .m tSeaimt t
20 per cnt for ow until Jlly Mr.. Cargo if *m ber a Jora so Iaf -ar SS5 gathered t iATaNT PQRR tthe hWoge IerotaoWe
14th. -e. ratatve at t, tsbr streets and wltnegne e d ie t a% of cu1i. is so' me three or four wes.
Cfroua the trip *m" athe cityu, rn the ad o d trale ole arftyadt Ui P, l onger. It ut certas Inh t they l e
Walked eAthsof the e.,e0W o.nro-d. co w oe eath t reprodee theo
ft cmelal | Itt as t Dep Peter Petaa, t rpela o egro a th they bre

derMl ,futu ,r" ,"0Mr. (h 01. ,4"W h.o 940 1".09"Te _" w. wet oeUO. R oly.
there i. us.. a ,. , .p.t W.-:g4g-8816- byeW a ..... C4_MW sote
..........""" "A &018 to ., no,. ate TI
whit- have 11ew p A. M r. o-p. r -l r o, I_- e- .. r E L
Wi nartemr S ep tht QU Y I einaver"*,e w.e Bu n&W4"'e4%
Put In same ... .. .. *.. the nt _ire esitS t_ th the thteelledpoa dl b _____ter any cature B . I
SThe whit' sbarl tt, rormf 4i 3 Tiae askIti 4 efthetpey upon.r ther .ore ptg o nt 1 er
S palatox .. are locatedaatt No-ua. lly, on of the 11 eat -a-nd----%at umatm6 W"3"t ie t, tha teIte.y Lwt p r ,t OfL
S E Government 8., meat to Western the em0try. ro o. ntw than t14 %pelal to T J al. r

r Sa.o . ... w.. tr ......into .-s--ttl In
___T12 E. Gemrout t. 'o. .t64 ht av 5t lg rate ad.. tt ulypo we last Wlamon, aY et stage they ha oe other s .. I2. ..
b."il- .ther.s.."t.1_t o drw the e e W Pb Mrn. A. D. CoaBtA. t and Mr. J. they set etta Mws t the the l threat f f
COTTR tre o y salis the t t-let ?We ..btoMe"Iavde a very iamat picnic itr a e 16a beetles eatthes nAW. L
FINE POTOaRAPHS. ,s is a.m s 'n os.A" a s. da theS t'ta-
SToCks. AND nO U"OKE R. products. o.fthe D- a difS.,.- and.,t rt! S:. getig -- 0I4 -,, " '0th o1se
tock. 5e aewshetit, r6 er'whicho. tr?"m lws ad nhad u Wwri capltman anad ~ Williamson, etbhrwe ea otes anote if
he t bonu.ds, *.,l h, l n tew-,,.the tl e A Par M a. plc t. -. and J. the|y gt entangled in the thre o f i

.Faha g e v ur-, .i ,,- ....o a b ytae a- r eat 4 b e .."a n Wteg tr M o n -- -

ablyhP.averdln ie.ain tH na ae piS a a t p* *Iu. nt "no tat h l went mooa cli eor U-erW country haoetr Jack Key, pierogyl to or under s oto g leavr o
0011^.S7 fa^5^tre many 7 adOth e IfaWroof andatook a h adIn b ti.#Ms.e6S61 r. and M&11t 7UaellBetU

FIN.EPHOTOGRAPHS. .. products of thtregna w st1 M. enMrs W.e.*t.._p, u. guttes. he t dre uni, bf oil ri

w.a sO. a telrt b .it.e. wtl g o the .u. -A..t e r .. Wlt rr T.t thYaegwa" s f hem .
gWaet Vvl, We J.IQ b(Zaire 7Uy. Miteadly ag rCare rad b emer fro the puan ,W
S nmet ag S nweLl As S o1 OuM tbIs @1 th nIte and s t ---the o a so t1%awete .. u84almaggie the tcashi. sa serving as a boe Ri
ciy eth ray $elo lin k a short bustaea v el"to "a ft s alas caus t henom al ri trl a grtUto-pfelto Jt athe eraeforre-ratnrrs withrerla T bouINO

WTC ACw -S SoratI her f the tohe at. wt hisUb Utht ed [hI t fortheemtngto t to take p la cen,

Wp.At last week la Olanl2 U at ml S.0._ ,s.,_. a taW, JohWat, the td on daIt V rP it i to.Mta M wk. asplyt th whole ouhol. will be delivered by th
other points, has returned home. GaltBrt, fore lala. o See hela Kno, is vlr l or. .., -.__r. .e ..... O ... .. Lote It the conaell mike it the duty ofA,,,1,, ,
CTar JreS ln J. M sstMuo h to oe rW sis-w. r n MessDrs. e d tlea to kep trl thew prm At 3sl30
w sne o th o out Y m- .The ta thegwresut wSeen for wt t A .SSfina k..s..n'f a cdr those thats a teen two of Pensact

ness connected with his departmet. ballUdla, ls ale to be out agate, lteer'eam syper on the la o Mr. and screened s thtt the maoeq c t a a't
The &achtELL. "Tre enye glf th getfrom the yoot and s at toto them to lay thr eggs Or they Shoe mixing race.
,e .s, arrr S lo smrt d Mr. CaridevelopingI at a e itd rate" M d margwi w5J mo t e t la .to c to th edr bas 'wdyhea

i. La many ralor seare hesri a ae o6 te e T wil -t e th- ti er mts Dr. rao ha Austin ~ w -te t as ad a
at some glOf O.*t. antWa .s. l5 WA Mar MrNother

There will be f church cofereame tr.e na. ouht severl lots here and lte i)vig and[ .. M. F. ,Busha Mr. and MJs. stead of golars to some- place where At 8 o clock, gra]
.imned lately after prayer. oeetts ,_t .houie bult whOch he fl oe JhIl W en Mr. W. Itee Mrs. J. they would be diBaeult to fnd or get Nroh tnh a Sre e
Wednesday night. t t.e Sebt-l PIiR0UM. AMITINT py oon aod h to complete,. D.ioa, eMr. W. i Cot, Mrs. W. at. Thwee trafo will catch most of COupls 0 dte res to get
church. The Lord'pper Wl be OM AVCK. Mr. MaDowell of e4atary, T ., Dait,,e Mr. at d y. J. I Dav- the eggs to be deported about the $10.00 in yold.
-a celebratedd on B relat here lat week, "- _l_ Mra George M Mr. A. J. e. And as they require about te-n
cb dted at .achtoor tk, *p . mine Anet the y r UKspecie are, te

D. C. Wlliams,a valed loye eea T J1u0al. ofI.twart, Gtt "nty, visited his Mi. mnft r1 B" d days to coie to maturity, the paHI r
of The Stearns- ulver LuAer Co. of Aycck, July Itsa trwel daughter, Mrs. Hiote, last week. -t, Wte, h Davis, need only be emptied once a week Grand Fir
Ba gdad, has returned from his anmaw of Pcao.a is p.a".a'. few days OS Irst visitedd his ster ss rn, M10 and refilled.".
ation, spent withbends and rev w her parents several da l t wek. a- y aew as .. Reduced rates on all
,ves j -.Wiest- V aua, and Mr. ardaw epet a tow days .In W ei pste m ati ike.. Plttma.n a
,e no .tamen ma f ew a y s .., T . L .. F A S T. . ..... L o e A c e r t a i n s o c i e t y w o m a n w h o II
wrjams a very p e"t ofr : :r or Cfor (her deas on onsill too
W aler ing tour with a lied n O1LS ANDS
Ble surewoa gtBluej on W ad ".W45-dlyneeddl, Wt aC the e e .th ee. t. M- s ON g.. .. afternoon. tr l mir III -At lengthlbegante
Ond Villa xtrwtL Thebest that w ae very ghis country ther la'eckIt8 & tquitered and after a ane In THE
.... can buy. ..... ..." -- -To0i ---Th e. aL .a iod uto e -ompan-on,"'m T H -
Moe y cn b. ....r"on -t. ... " x-" *.1-2 ...... e. TH
Inthe&Knntegre ildined-. se "a July tm .-a e8b"powers feetly wo rout, -a41 look afg
ABRAHAMiteNCOLi. din as Ino n gt i a Wed- e t, thes te Veps ithem at eIC tis g week days Pen soa o gonig to get a hat" Why An uptedate Hotel with every a
Sa man, who against tall o6Ks, at- t.hAsboU f .W. oftor mb hao. minte aed O I .Iuis N. Nelson a,9"Cnd wife were t yoewait unto I y r ufeb i

er uti easure y oM ,g l eA. O .. Its WA eS a Ji.fst -re S M. Str. wat. M the atgte" Pa. will .slt me or not. fItt looks l
eda.e It Is a are r JULY 4tHOMealt deo exact ouwr. s'Pridy nlght proved to- be a way decent On me with my hair string.
Could.Bronarhitlts n al disease s 8. VIY S& Ia trle" wM bI e et k gre sssIg in my eye and when rv wearing
Shoii keep su*ipplied o e WM~. ..bes!- a Ato or Iha'sevmretdaernone* w lokIamsufresh THE BEAUTIFUL
Sderfui cough m0dlc. Sl by allWIL St ei s wave8on me habnoeWI &Ia nhaveyat
^---.A it WCMiat -P -E. o e ELwVATION ftt
bieln*, alI 1W" 0leo00 .Ia Proved tat D dr is r theit 'riostt eS at erge Mountt e y
~DIAMOli VATC fr Near < leT ts cayed by a tbrea. emre soeap alamon 5 l)eb be1f3l wturf.i-a ls, pa an b
DCLOCICS N SS.T I .*Jd s gena atat. I a be O an takN, h g, baMig lU
| STB's LVRlled /valse I ma A. ak=wd- asse t IS
I ART or t 4. uww d Frouk ?a

w -', '**''".


r sale at our stabl



Horses from Gr l

All healthy

western horse in


t Intendena Street.

6 it now.
erytfutricaL t
Phone 570.
ed have no terrors for you
you send your washing to

iso Fouth
brated this year by the

f Columbus
e a Grand Picnic
14, 1490&

Soo"n. rY will
mo of your life
lock car, a patriotic address
ie Hon. W. A. Blount, Jr.
Latch game of base ball be-
Dla's crack teams, the win-
;25.00 in silver.
eld sports begin:
sy pig.

d many other sensational

xceive valuable prizes.
nd prize dance begins, 50
inning couple to receive

Display at 10 o'clock.
railroads. Electric cars w
ry hall hour.


onvenience that Ingenuity could suggest
une the 10th. For rates, etc., address


aM 2,*0 TO 5e00 PUET.

fe magalon ent lakes,
r-slng fir; trout fishing
ba eek riding, drIng,

In streams




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t *4ow&*Aw
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I'AOU&.bR-n.-WD, -LLY-IO hE3. JULY ,-0

ithe Ity

he day of the small boy, the toy
the glaUt ire cracker, burned
anedstae eyebrows is with
tace more, and .great will bs the
ration thereof throughout the
and breadth of the land. lati-
^4tally, it is the asalversary of the
but that occurred so long ago
it It only recalled by the clarloi
1,1"Oed orators who annually devote
"their energies to makifag the eatlo
It's really too bad that te man who
s bTated F1urths of rly eama"not
with -s today so we could ge him
' b w pointers on how the dasy obalw
-e observed and a trte that the
. bi eo who hed it ia roverea
V W ere bek anaumer frm the word go.
. Ust think of how muek fun they
iwoeed when, Instead t whooping, 'er
' sand painting the town a viola-at
Sarmlae, they were msatloed to t a
ateaOked bell, are off a old anvil oacei
Twice and the# waste valuahe
We In giving thanks.
Piclnis? Not on your life. No red
^* o aae ad pink Iee cream tor
,L( ,ttory? Yes, pteat t of. t:
St not hte kind that to-day makes
.he old eagle lop his wlag, crack
hie spars together and endt a
v.. Weroh that ars a poa the ears of-

aseor w~hbt fn red eyed, stripe!
; let the old bird scream. The chip Is
do out shoulder, let ,otae one knock
R 4 If he dares.
SAll ball, theo riousa oorth
' That ""ouiMt ah9edul"1: of gas
UgShttag Is a delusion aad" a sfare.
MWhu 6the lamps are not llghtd'the
, r wts are generally as dark as
, bua, notwithstanding the schedule
SAyS the."o is due to shine.
t m
| RRep headhibl
t Q vict Lese System.
The Journal .has always been fa t
er atof ua the coisyets of the 'state
Sthe roads, and doing away with
rhosenasible lease system and Is
to note that the ame view Is
sk by a majority of the aewspapers
aPhFloride. The La tead New
B eup the coavict leae system
S snertal terms In a recmt It
when It published, the'o, UOM
S11the t u4 as.Hmay aug bar
that Is practi ed the covet
At this state. the att
rechete pthbe ear. *tee
are located ln Isolated diatricta
the Chec of pWbIs opato
Nto o c wth the lahamas
over by sletse with a

the tolerace

-t *.*th we k *)M M ata s

rhs 41 Wla a'shold t be
actIOe a e e tWy endeavor to hare

Owia Nvea awel

* GSAT wIM-4TY .
t as AJJWWW4 *
* .
* Mnw oTrk H *

It Is -ot afe d to ai
two ya nanmae
s Wioe t o !sa 4ieIta
tediat Ilr. theu a lha .
tnad Wfo d -t the B
lun aw terho h Ue g r vlp u that

owd bel low -*amodti
The d at. of ntM> ateo in t .
-M-- s"atd other state AthreghI
their oauty coaventiaUons hate sIml-
ata ~o "The Prea of the
Mals- sale In e another coua ns i
this page Wirlya r et the lat
wsb t41s 0ad0ner"W Itselwere -d
bk6ut the -ubatVy7 3 chie4
source of Mr. Bryaa'. popularity Is
heuat tIo he atilveral ooaitn that
hee wa e amend te o
yr a 's oeg raa for the
tfree sotla&e "t.Vat" tae
deecra.aitse w repudiated
tfous qdot3ia aad voted haim
Seever w1 t tk

_te..,0a pttln dl' .ohat
and reaf 'ftg the pribeui of tlh
T.h" MM- schism was cof-
lh nues r. Mad was e at
od. Demoorats who coam no aoeptm
Mr. Btryt's views either refrala.-
ad -rom v tina- or eat theit ballota
against his, nevertheless retired a
persqWa1kJ i twgor Rim. Thaiwasln-
creaed by the aieerftews. with
wweh two yearn he yieldMd to the
atention that me party 'eeted a
lot rad aandae ad am ae' e
In the "safe and sane" eIWhe*.
IThrOh the working of natural
laws vastetd, colmege of to white
isetal ha bee releed to the limbo
of dead.6 a44 '-olm dNo--r-- aeo
shakg haadsd -with e zz t1ree
slver advoeateO sad viet with the
It tadah Mr: BDran as te atrsil
and logical candidate atof a tmited
democrat., 1 view of the extreme
rMdlealM attrted to Mr. wryaa teon
yers ag, i to -M to oo the trea
queMcy with which be to sOW t'rfered
to as' a. "uoabet'Ustle radiasl aad 'a
conservative terse.** *The"e s tat
many of the dentads msad In the
od Bryan platferpn with eee
to. c arpw aIt he bees
OWWte-oft by the reio Uqs asad
the mgltation for sO eramatowner-
4Bd Ves @f the rataWs Ijs
teaaobslete as te sl-
VW hIOeby the aesoures tr their
MW a the pNwatloa at diW
MM Mr. ryaa. while reotataas the
qUat.0atrtiyo o.s the rail.

^ Mint su thea e-advoct-
ed. Simaiv g reles 41e the tau
k Aothlag to rNM rm tiiW
**? '*.' ;" -*; t*w*" b ..'*'
^SjEB~~'do#JS fL1*1



bm e wbkbe. -at, idwa

Maaf~I~ews asE I.or4a

the am"MAIN 1 fivi" ward

~i Ms.?.D.7Devis, rs! mrs
rtqL& 'a on;, to Mrs ......'Psot

Grou lA~ia40wwW.' ewsmr
btmiftd'* Aiss160.tVW de f
leis~ ea

The 10"m AS%.'S&O41d o"
ldru wbiinkifow aysto vwt
relativesat Apu.T=a..
Mr AW. I ettdf rom
ft wok Sohevowu4wih
J. a. low q who SPapt las
wAm1 via his. ft44ds nIn armaak.
The laot replw ar dit-'Of 00KX
W14 tw plam- Th~o.dw.:'I S. -ft
pa put'l # ji thusdyon
aeo eat aofthe rW~ -

toohw 6INK' flat' unlw sto
oef ibm&#. &-.basn V"':he
a brfkdewim -all men to hv b
- Thero in to- hion, oaucriq" cm the
timSS.,an expeoted. Tipre w-ill e
Shwg conut e"e 0a sbeil ame
-betwees t~u *.,a4GluvialqA. .The
_DSF~ak S"Nutbrs.W all put "m
specdal for the .ooosaim

of .14 -lo L
There w~ft is -maol Brate theitMY
MNastUwe* 'jhwesg that'save a
rm -to the Are boys. little 'da~mago
was dme. -. __ 0 11 .I
*At 1met(g tthecheOOUtrusteile

~.ft miha *lfr iat Pear: 31r.

Roim- atdad "2''im OPfts. hr
Mis Christian M111iiSSM, 1:1114 a m u
-t~ MisWhoAnuge oid
*tiss J~ble LoadrWA, is. XMr4V No
Ucoa wWill Vm them s&a ebyI
Tbere wivmbe40 404, l aid's co-
v"TooftasdaIt at be Iraher-
r .thbei toft 'Prelf


rheulia swed,


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Al .4 'il -: o
I ~ Cfl;~j4 -

W. wNAsrl'i"w.



at boracle aldd the water la whit i
A seeat les elpth which is eamplqe
mar1 a hr ipeepo is better ho uee
when bath tie eye Sthan a spoage.
- Maawe wIth Us esmfamor large
poree: ON emaee. et white wax, ea
eaee penrma", o"e once almeood
eU. one mdra violet extract.
.TibteU.s atof h a.a breatlweet
mlw, a"U omlf a w drops In a hat
Alaan 4 wsar-j^ em I m to ake a
adilky a m needed.
A A m bath ,i exceluet to ea-
mtret pres. l l made bys t ak-
*ag aw bmg toil warm wamer A.
dpplag a Uloe baOmml late It. TheseM
.O 1s ;.In 'ag agh to wa ft 0 0 V &
n aS iot how met e mkde so w
00t oS a galo, t he w mae, lm.o
bt late mte alp at counts. Dee I :
'Ewe c. ad es"pr ol, e tr s-n
at shk elres ato drpe of att -(
se. ?-- M evry tmsbt. ,

What mia sfpog"lwra s"

Uyst gilp is *o always

-I -

I Escambia

TuI -y-ff FJuly6,
~~~~bi (imL af~~taSrm

tea he 0* a d3upa

V9601041, de -we to .
Do you kmowbaw to look at "KUMs
Im'so teeeI'dgle Net ass*Wr
IIs a Amuwmd hoha lato er MON I f.
T.m 111111 n pgisattl dgabw a

tain 162i IL Mswsa o
mmdli the 0014 tesde
ftUOva from k sd~es full uvma am064& bf d

'0100 beet. th! t t z______IVe get absmiseb
r iiimbi-, -Mshould aibe ig~s

- uWM6b ghm WW Oil; osatuwil
-hm mwomaws4wh9 *dsay.,dFor.4
harm& wsOT hr Oildaye hr
the fSuktgt W= V de to W.
cimed to be *agebekw the belt lIw_'
dewilR am ZWit, or her hips
4140 t"eusgor,*, ~retoeo ast it winl
not her ei
ThM womaq O.A08ft .Wtalm ethe
- -s, tht ouhyWAWl amraftha
inter s thatthe J l 3atfal

toesnebar bhk. You "must be 4bewu

408d4ft dahm Wi

be t lft40tot 6'"0.

temtlmt. IaUSAMu~ORPM --W

Frest madi s" N ucllsuy appredst.
ad. is the urtffl4al Osi t g ofobrm
this e be os n.d Te
White at the law @ag Is the mostP ayeS.
.64a fam Itoiplwe can l-GAnd S. -
-o, ..d tt *ovi be sueod In the prop1 _4
sabs wof -meet- lothe foods for 1t __
Srem After lbsUm, nuIag11P'it4ftb-q
fth IswoalItsadd raw o~pto the ofth
regularly token by the child. Free a
bQMesanft 4=0 CC the mt eaaly 4%P@6
-6d sbstmis sftpKr ldly mis u
at by tso uussleeft Is fta valuabl
foed for adafte as weon as for Isb -
&Mad pld be feely. give n inall 4J& 39 hM ekAb. finywhinr.
wafc-m-whe~rftr ihm4I ammine I*t iwe Ksmet herWOOe so
seMqU 'Ses enagsw Ofte vma'. asi m

-T01, W- TIPS.
sed hau ar he sID t a lus


r 1=1 =

Mr. wbd" but litti.hle
thsigey cti~o never

W~mb o weuk vt
cloth c
MKti bonk i
WOf 100do%%:
j .50 fn



~ layExcursion
ft. =04. t lbolow aesyS I. MEHOIMST SUNOAY
0 ow Iwta" h w M- SCHO'OL CLAM ,No.11
aths~ pfat A vow to "a
ft d z4i' Frday Affemoon July 6
sad ha$0It MOObik out t 6e hWM s TU Iafte and Commodious seae
and afliw a he0fgot arind In A)UMNA.wHI be at Palafox wiiarj
Ih veral Aml 001 kaIS aMI S11Wrdy tfor pesmeagers at 4:30 o c':6L
frgoho -e~t*,4wws euw .~tps am-wTUeboat WMll Reeveat 5 0 clock, goiag
,auk s ~~eg diret to the Ut. Buying Statlos &W
_mA.tL *~.iftb &% hMfta aegw -reburalg iaUn. tafr cars.
gin.; 1 On otlb r lbwaaW.
it -tMwIf t ew 7 to no M-Oman- ROUND TwI, 35 CENTS.
~ushadiau~edin.w*0rasa an______
s~~aim mm sawwcodsmnat

am a". i 'E C U RS IO N
aw u~sim ofumftn&, it s

5U4 V a w tosmertOe U wll leies aI

sot 24 Ot&ft4 baft om wa at 5 V. $sand return at 11
k4ts ~~e rlsd p. in. Surf batbiag at the Life Sav-
'm w" 4C t ~t ~ ag Otaios &Wda rum Into the gult.
be too M.b 9I h.w aR~sh~smmtA at rosaonable prices.
0 raft *~ APAR-SO0110411 ;CHILDREN, 25

BE A 0 LOM~E& R i
6w WI' P
A "au' aW WON" so
H. P eOsOM mMD.r

aatso b s*" son", Fine 0te
-ft to U.-ms wA., opmeMeIOw.OUR COFFEEG AM SOLD BY ALL
atom ume Iwgt~um who GfERIMM IVE THEM A TRIAL

fles"" III~ aSwlo the Meo-B~ t
suL anaow" &
wot bf Wfin ave uoleesm7
Iftike 4gWD~S vim v. V. J.4LVoISJ sanger.
oft U5me its"VAW Ouch *67Wecarrya'sfu~l owf u tImported and
kww orW 000W 1 -kb- "" D00406 &*OWN$el and Provisions
hmv urnIf dcumstaa* Wwarn Y*Wpatronage.
ecem p,$qIt. kl-metft fr

is DoYou Want The
lwwa wow 'ws S~erwo fskm
as b" 1-0 lwpt etfat thRK
So 2~ardM a obMam at
%, kIl t so a d"I s NpWe -

T-I% i 6fW Babshel and Atbhle-c
Good the best Pbonographs and re'
ord4. the beet Do Medicine, the beit
leyeles, the best Tires, the best
Typewriters, the best lock and K'-7
ittiln, best Trunk RepaIring, be:r
'Gas Lamp, and last, but not least, t '.
best oller Skates?
WWy so to



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Miss Jeannette Bassell ntt
a few friends last al G t, a
and the beach e.olOS thelt ISarf
rin and a delicious ,ew .
Miss Bassell was ably f .MtOW
entertaining by her bothr ad
.Mr. George Bassell ad vim
Bazzell, shd her ate were, "
Nina TFerise aid hser1 t ISM lM
er Pon of Alabeals, Ms tormes
Byrnes. Mi-ss Marton OMtaa, Mil
"L uise BieblaSr. I" 0.,iew
Shuttlewort%. tU '.*~Chi
Miss Mary PPIS. Mr. a T. Dois, Mr
C. R. Yager Mr. Sali.Ta, Mr. Mare
White. Mr. idA WMUte, Mr. GleM
Wright. 'Mr. Arthr Johaeo
of Indians. Mr. C~ase Wrigt
Chicago, Mr. lad10str, Mr. Ban KAl
Mr. John Gons, Mr. A. T. Pscofl
Mr. Gam Goa3bs, Mr. It. My~
and Mr. Robert I'gls.
The party was haperone by Mn
William 9a9oll, Mr. and Mns. 1
For impudent WaUsems col
Hooded I n cein11 a4 Amlati al ft
lemaen, few uman cr.OturM
pan, two ty of i* e
One is**the Wk" *. The alai
tenths. d -iab.a tkuh
sort. And tat i sa ine4ntb
of the btfuteated creates who rid
wheels. Thy mulnt4
nuisances.1 plAe'l
(acrod f t tr M I str
They not otlyde t ahead r
gardless t say possible rights of ps
destrians, but they leave their wheel
-the eisMm a-d tal eral oen--o
the sldeglk, leaned against outi
and IlMwr WV- hall
ways dMwipy, stsirways d-e
peciael7-ei ere and everywhere
they lam o bMusmin, o rights, andi
from wN* they aM" their wheel
should be- pted bodily on every 90
s!ble oessAW, whch a view to lamd
Ing both en a suatW thAt unires If
reparable bre1".
The other Is the likeness of a ma
who Saits aott a aildewalk so clo
to the wl41 and at night especIall
to llgted dorwaysa. that he Is at
offense to amy one standIng thereli
Hle is iaussa 'well dressed, and I
soataaes p.mltted1 o aitgle wit
a Swople who have not had am
o to oberve e W peeltarly
cowardly manatr a seeing Just anM
ciose b aea approach women o
children tamla Is the oerways 'A
6uinees place. That he Isa a Cowan
., e ., ,- f*.* .*
It he Is Wot a t tof It s boause hie
lacks the oamUe of his eaOvRction
End if he In not murdered;t Is be
cause his victims are unprepared to
,hoot or spear him tat W -oourse, anr
ways too week physically to haocl
him down .
He is not only' a' meek and i
coward but hOte Is l g eai t
for self-preservattAl ad o her
is not a real man living who w d
pot break every bone In his bdeoos
body if he dared to approach aU close
ly to one of thorn as he does habitual

Until J1ly 10



Reduced to 30c

Per 3 Ib. Tis


was!4 ~s


at is

D~UIUI~ 5~.

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4 '7
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& ~ *. 4~.Ia-.
~K 3W~IS 3~3m ~l
~iMm4t 5 ~

~i ~~tryDey-- we

3~ugs.They ywaisa"at

cbw ub

A. A WAR at hascty~o
05a- Wmk*tI*. gp ftb her
Wei afLater DW
ND 4 teThe -:.r~s
M"h la~f M & ;1 f

_.L -AIL rim rmgi I sal

-- mke -W hmsaMd dammher
'" 14 ,a, I NOW an Ow n-a lssuU86"
IF :.' w4esi -A. # W I K e- Tmb dW by,'
~- -om so 9"" mobs upend Iba Vie
orThe muir fI of JMrs T. V.
Kessler vertambthat sie. lq ~ ~ lgaSrel
stm ..gTta to lggve- mSlim, mW O AftleftsI
~ I~wW ~As* mumble toa ~.
as &*he *L 'of Mrs. Erliumm
P~e~ti iP@?It Is to -be KIM"DideS *A" MOrSI4 aS
a-~dt~ c h.,.esr charge of the 01y hoie
e~~ I&.mand -Mft- lA~ther -RakerThave
9~RPRTAUL *~ cmMd A"dnor" Into their
OB.Cm The9"othIs" MOM J%pAenof Ohica*%U, tla "y BOwWL Oftt.3O bWina street
A their W 1ghthWYOf 4 Ito- singeare da..Who came, mm be ts0 Pte f imsnG reCounting
4be4 otwtsierunle M. s e& blg a t meon the 4th of
I thir nohing Auess, I from The be d w s tiomth a If ad.t ls~i*to te Wss on berVdst Hl unclhee Mrth.6 elosPviina
from The they(M wtib owsPaile4 bat
in tisir point -as the Untl. Ofsipso n to fit tm*eok.' f dkesw us ha s. WB*l~UII er. and it In os houiGi ezeurTioa fM bemsoia. An old
Is btaawrdikseeve me beca San :=Met*hieh WbitlUl voice in gtdueW O Cweesill be-
~h a Suesoft e*olw.the w'F1 ckdU#WintIS 5-4"Wr ,'a .oo__Ft
Thwe are the bet do- iMd4E=ngIs 4- ,e i~ugctrive-usa-bce Ocream. t
94 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Xi ~'ibadSh I4bJ 'v' hS4' nQ. bic wicream sr
'~iineat.Vote 1r 4psls a an tinboy tSOS!r ilie', adItSome* 5I@-l
1Wd ft;all.4ve ) Yaw.

Ths Ittlm v u sh* a eo..w~vn~ n the birth of a'mta 9$jt Km'rs.6.TU42W yafter-
~' '~Ml. augbr~n jflverly Aline. 3m0mbYtar ftUTPrpmof quilting., -In
OY~~ WU&3'* 14or lt.j.G aiwWs Ur ~bKsjf~~aa lkgt em refreshed the qiilters with vater-
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1"%' ths#4Y -ctedW*aids .'Ilfg a arCpet -for the -new
k Dob t W" curc6, VJ&whic wtsoom. ft ready fmr
Pow o Mr.dedication. It bm been tWo years
IThe iSro-k q swol WW"somft UL- b~etil it U SWatthe old- h *~hWasbUS
w..4 20- tAM.. Uheu..h"ured
children otMAW&lk are the gouets
WrJmW at Dur. and ~M~uo
~35(3 ~au ~: and Mm-.7. .. UIga woMr,3 siti has-just retuon-
Ssv-bens Pal-s POWrtles of e 'himeo~avld, -Where, shewas vS
~ovr~e1 ~ ~ .4 to~l., her m man e st lung -hr. Parents, Mr. and Smrs
mu 0urym- L C.- heandw ..whohavebee
"d is Ithe vo ulc ic and Mrs. Gob5 .i..Ro~an iewa aeuu
1 11:" A_ visitig thdr-poresite Mr. and MrsL L
W Wtet1AHpJFWI v*-l lesuby this proved a '_ M. adter a thamSItm -TI d,I fhav6 returned to their
it after -it ~ Wi t Iovr a fr1"dt
km*W Us q~ms h avro u~mie4 totheir Mloseleout lltv are gradua-
Zk~3lI~8 Jy imm"Ore-emabe several houseshave
Tklst he U*beenmand, aft belawired.
~ ~ ~ ~ W Teke I t Iuou. lter Mss-No MIew, Nos
lsus jgk, ortuael. rs DK Gayoe__*')~J- J-uI1rReMG Work on Dr MU?. new home Insou.
fr t- M1, 10in. Vile "" Ibs jA Wu*0e. v OST kea the Tampa's mw
sand It m i4 ~ ~ ba WMLiuma. I Mooney amd go. 4 j hi~?f ie~ udlk h
to II* 4 NW mftdm leav* htlwav a iftemew 4"n cam It--. wine old sqeesh.
~~ ~theo. u'-are h, 'it Descas' eu00116he wawmth- -WWaiml a-~ IM-* %Ift Monday- fer
~u~pe or ~'~' ~iva ~ma sad a theTratmsi" 1w he Will ese
-be-h will have the best
OW ~ A ~io~.withher ev wilkes of h friends he leaves-behind..
Mrs. ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ p &MUM T.,ua Ir tlyLEaYstWs a r ~ i DC., -6 iisgrOf the
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now wbi ZZ! or sadlbs amilton. j
Pulc eoi'o *. nuns~.t"R -ell Te r* bespeeksthe kind conuidera-
ftb~ ~ j-L e~r'c ~~tion at thes:omr p tros the Chaf-
clout a" MRS oOWIf- A" -bey,"w. vfi &-"40ae. Is v*81 Nmltnwiloccupy the
ab" WRtuWO&Ca 'Alame h.tof r nw!ffIttdbuildbgoppoite the
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antee every article to give perfect satisfation.

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Only the highest grade of chemi-

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used in fillingprescriptions. Every
prescription filled here is double-
checkred so that no error can possi-
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hours of 10 and 12 a
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c f.The Actttai Digging "Twice. .. t" Sites, For Sale.,

I: For a few days I have'to offer three $600.00

: The actual digging of the Bfg Ditch,_connecting the waters full blocks In New City, each bloc Gets a beautiful building lot on East We desire to especially call the attention of those
of the Atlantic with the Pacific will'soon'begin.Its container! 2fr tots, and, -each lot 40( by Jackson St You buy the lot and we portable homes at moderate! prices to the following which desiring con-

beginning and completion means more than you. caalpos 137%' feet" 'for". A,. ?" a'" will: build- !- -you- "a home to suit.' gathered together ,and offer for this week. If you are Interested we have
sibly think for the I. f600. FINE PIECE OF BUSINESS $1525.00 and
upbuilding of : $
cIty. .
our the suit
._a: s following does not you call In and see .s. We have others
"i This is a little over $25"per: lot Onlya DEOF For a building Jot on North Barcelona to offer
i few could have bought near Behnont.St
: years ago you ,
: 'It Means Rapid Increase' inV the same size lots about where the car E.' :INTENDENCIA; NEAR TARRAGONA .,$1100.00 No.:307'hest ssf...*aJarge one-story, six room dwelling,

line now runs on 16th street Now you Buys ,a 'cottage on East LaRna, near 'In perfect condition.... ...... .. .. .. .$3,150
pay ten' times ar much.. Somebody' STREET T.HI' !IS' A R. R., Sioys. .No.
602 N. Hayne St, a desirable location six room dwelling,
will pay ten times as much for the $1500.00 lot 80 150 feet.. .. ...,. .
Real Estate Values BARGAIN WORTrf-- LOOKING .I INTO, by .. .. 2,350
lots In these three blocks and may be t S room cottage on East Jackson St. "
in a couple of years. $600 cash and ,car line.* No. 1005 N. Davis St..large two story, eight room dwelling with
f balance on time. FIVE LOTS AND .STORY RES- ; ,1600.00 servants house large lot fronting on two streets.. .. 1300

: : Do you ,own any? If not get In'qulck. !BUY NOW. Your $700 For another block a little better rDENCE, MEW CITY/CORNER 10th Gets a very comfortable little home onE No; "532 E. Gregory St. a well built and commodious seven room
; opportunity was never better for the rise Is on. Remem .
than above. Terms dwelling lot fronts on two -
the three 9th .
Strong, near avenue. 1,630
ber what we've been preaching Pow-for-, two-tJears, buy ,
buy BUY. See our list of properties which we beleve: also on thIs: -.- '< AND Mlttr: ; --/ $1600.00For No. 41.E. Intendencia St, comfortable six room dwelling.. 1,500
-, will double in value before many years. Easy terms on $900( )-For two. blocks notquite so BARGAIN IF 'SOLD'AT ONCE that little home, second house No.. 812 West Government St., a new ATe room dwelling with

much of It. good as the above three. ; south of Gadsden St.: on 7th large lot.. .. .. ,. 1,500
good shade and large lot.
SOMEBODY WILL. BUYXTHEM AND $3150.00 avenue:1 No. 601 East Belmont St., a neat five room dwelling in good

order .. .. .. .... .. ....
MAKE MONEY. WHY NOT 'YOl.'f':' 12 room 2 story residence on- -. 1,250

McDavid-Dyer Company; lemarde; second door south of Jack-:! No. 414 West Intendencia Stone story, seven room dwelling,

Pensacola Investment Company lESlIElfllROOKSjPhono son.'aU modern conveniences to both lot 40 feet by 170 feet...;.. ... 1,075

.: Agents New York schools and car lines.
A. H. tTALEJHBERTE City ... g... $5300.00For '
\ 412 Flaher Building Life! Insurance Company. an exceptionally well built and
W. B.XKOWLES, President JL B.SMTSOJt, Secf eUry.KHOWLE5 desirable home oh East HUL Only, HOOTON
& WATSON.Leading
J.L SIOUIAN, Y.fns. and .
.GtJ.llmltor. HTE8. TMUorw.Jfoef 8 E. Government, Street. reason for' selling too large for pres-, .

fatal*, loans, Ceneraf fitvevfraenf.. I HELP WANTED ent owner. It's a beauty at the price.,
Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. ; $4,000.00 Real. .Estate, Rental and Insurance .Agency.

215 South' Paiafox' Street, Pensacola, Flo lda.' House and lot on Spring St, near Ro-j ,
"\\UNrED-Two g'rs' for laundry mana; in a few years this property ?HONE 54 No.37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX -L300 "

'J work. Apply at New Method Laun will bring $!''DOO more. j

dry. 4ju1WANTEDA y List your property. with us for quick'
sale. -

l good cook. Apply 20S AOoodIntereslPaying Money to lend at all times and In -
A F F. J WHITE & GO W. GadsdenSt.. immediately. any amounts.

,4 Bargain july iWAOTEDiA' Fire Insurance written. in either of

x Ar sian..Well.DrillersFor six companies. Laborers Wanted

Saw Mills and Wright St. good COOL- Apply' 3July2t'2 K': ; Proposition Your business solicited.

IIL in Water Front Property Geneva Turpentine, Ala. and Stills Gracoville Especially., Fla. WlA.VI'ED-Capa.bIe' and sale I Two houses on East Govern nent" L.S. BROWN 6 CO.
We have
three new first-class drill men for good selling household: jn&-; street renting for $168.00 per, ,year,,

$2500For ing machines. We are prepared to cessity. Something entirely new and I.; rented all the time.. houses in good "'f/e.Sell Lot ." Thlesen Building.
put in wells from four to twelve !ache 3 and'staple.' Prefer with sufficient l ,
men :i condition good chance for the proper-
In;diameter and from one hundred to I money to handle territory on their own;, ty Jo Increase. In value You would Wanted at Once
2-story S-room house, lot 240x sixteen hundred '
feet In depth.' Wedo
account None but sober, capable and I make no mistake in buying this' piece FOR RENT''
530, Bayou Grande Good water. work
on our promptly. We guarantee- industrious need- apply.Acetylene i of property.. .. .. .. .. .....$1250.-

a $2000 satisfaction We give, .oftreferences. York Lamp City.Co.. 50 University Place. ItjulyS, New FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; on car 3OO;: Laborers on L. &

I North t Hill Residence line' Apply 900 Jackson ,

IFor one-story cottage on water's WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fair 3/nlylw ;
edge lot 120x200, on bayou Grande.$320O : I have a nee 7 room (residence oa Railroad
education to travel for firm of $250,: N. Wharves
t: FOR SALE 000 capital.: Salary 1,072 per rear North Hill, large .lot has every FOR RENT Some nice stores on E
payablg, weekly. Expenses advanced. modern convenience on the car line, Government street; cheap rent. The "* -. '

Address Geo. G. Claws, Pensacola, Fla! ; in the very best .neighborhood. It is Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly
E. lots block
228. New City J1500 '
e on!Buys Bayou one-story Grande 63x250.APPLY cottage., S rooms,,i, 8.lots: In block 186. New City.... 1750 Jj;1 I 3July2t* i iI very this section hard to and buy you'a nice, should residence not overlook In REYT AND GARDEN produce free to COI1J,," ,, dancia and
: half, block 218 New 2600 '
City. this chance if want 'home.I .
you a satisfactory family to
TO 190 ft., on East Jackson street I I WANTED-.Man ger for book and stationery occupy
wlll'lend you $3000 on the property. house and care- for. property daring
running through block; halt store;, office man;. stenographer : -, $4500. : I Tarragona streets.Rate
the summer.hort distance from .
block from car line... ....... 2000) ; foreman brick yard; clothing: .> ..
fe M. L Surgi i, One whole block in vicinity of salesman; master mechanic; median? -- I city. Address "House" care JournaL -
,, .Payview' Park, $1000 if sold leal draughtsman; traveling salesman Ii of
jat once. S. C.; N. C., Ga.; dnrggist; carpenter List your property :with me and pay $1.75
f;. Care M. E. Clarke.. foreman; advertising man.' Great d e*. will sell it FOR RENT-Five-room cottage, East ,

.;- Pensacola? Fla. FOR RENT. mand for competent people. National r d Gregory near Railroad shops $8

,6 room and bath house on North, Emploment Association, Century build ; per month. C., -R. Yaeger, Thlesen per, 'day.of; 9 hour or
Phone6S6.. ,
Hill, $16.00 per month. ling, Atlanta Ga. IJulySt*; BulloCk building. june19I I
It1 J. W. Jr. 'Ii
Professional! Directory J FOR RENT Modern
B. F. WOLFE WANTED-Men. everywhere: good two-story' house '
pay; to distribute circulars, advertising ;' Room, ,405, Thiesen Bidg. with large grounds, partly under 172 Gents per ,hour.
Citizens National Bank cultivation located In northern sub
matter tack signs etc.; no can*

T; G,. YATES M D., .. '' Chicago vassing.Address Bureau; I1L 100 Oakland National. Bank Distributing -29Jlw Bldg.: ,, .;,f-Phone '161'. .,p. ..Ji Co urbs.apply" For to,., the information Pensacola: : address Investment.June or Apply ; on wharf at

OPTICIAN l FOR RENT-\. R. Bingham'has store .
306 THIESEN BVJIOIM Will Double WANTED-Carrier boys at The Jour;1 Wanted age room for rent. suitable for furniture
x- .nal office. once.
: or other goods. '104 and 106 .
WM. SECOND HAND DESK: roll top. Address South'Tarragona street Phone 639.
D. HOWE WANTED-Men 'and boys
wanted P. O. Box 778 City.4July
':'ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT'W learn plumbing plastering,; brick FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottage -
Value '
Insideof laying. Special offer life ..scholarship"fifty '
POSITION WIAN'TEDBy WJaKelady' on N. Spring 8t.,,with bath, gas, etc.
14& EAST GOVERNMENT 'dollars;.easy payments position '
ST. '. ; to take charge of infant Address at $15.00. 'Inqult, .F1sher Real Estate

Bros.guaranteed Trade; Schools free ,catalogue.New York Coyne, Chi:r R, care Journal 4julyPO33T10N Agency. > ijune Don' Buy Real Estate in Pensacola

: DIRECTORYJoppa cago. SL Louis. 16] FOR RENT-Elegant twostoryreai-
of Year : WANTED-As traveling
a dence., corner Strong and Spring Sis.
I for wholesale firm .
salesman; grocery
WANTED-Everyone to. know that Apply to C. H. Turner. 'or;anywhere else until you
Lodge No. 6,.l. O. O. F. The Journal has nice clean old papers I by man of experience. Address p. O, lOmay

Joppa Lodge No.6. L O. O. F. -That is what a great deal of real estate for sale cheap. Only five cents r Box 592, City.: 'Sjulylw* FOR RENT Two very desirable ;
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:38 in Pensacola Is going-to do and I a bundled i' stores on first floor of Manhattan } ABSTRACT OF TITLE
'. o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont I some of it is in the following list: I f r I WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers hotel Corner. Garden and Baylen.

anl Baylen street Visiting brethren Half block in New City fronting f:: I at 5c a bundle. Apply, at this of- Just completed and arranged in first ,

arc cordially Invited. Calalonla square.. ., .-. .. ....$750: WANTED 'fice. They are all whole, clean and class shape. For terms, particulars, TO THE PROPERTY.IS .
3 T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. Half block In East King Tract In : nice. etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr

,J. W. GINGLES, Sea. settled ttei hborhood... .. .. ..$700 YOUR TITLE GOOD ?
31Jan6m. : LADY, whose near relativehas been i WANTED B. White wants
One-fourth block' on Toledo square your FOR RENT-Second story ever Un- ,
p New City .. .. .. .. ?. ".. _. ..$800 cured of epileptic fits out of gratitude -i hauling and transfer work. Satls- denstmth's jewelry store. Suitablefor
wishes to sen<} (by mail) partic'H! faction guarnteed. Address 1501Nl That Is the all .Important questIon. if you want it answered quicklyand
PensacoU Ixxlr?. no. 3, K. ol P. Lobs on llth and 12th avenuesNew offices, sleeping quarters or storage -
[ lars of the cure to friends of those elm 3th Ave., phone 981. correctly come to us.. We make it our business to find the
meets every Monday evening at 8 City, at.. ... .. .... .. .. .'. ..$200 rooms. Lee DanielL 24apr) -
ilarly affected. Address L; B, 754 A'ibany -? answer.If .
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall 200x132% feet on East Hill carline ; St, Schenectady N....Y.. lJuylw.j j jWANTED MATTRESSES RENOVATED yon have any real estate to sell, let us make an abstract
New FOR RENT-S-room. 2-story you
r over ron stable, W. Intendencia St. .. .... .... ..' .. .. ..$1250)( ) Cottage
,;; :Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Lots in East King Tract or West I : tick, furnished if desired. Guaran SIS W. Belmont. Apply to Walker now. Don't wait until yon have found the purchaser, but have the
-First-class! hat cleaning. teed. Crapet taken answer ready before hand. \ ,
\ King Tract' : up. and matting I&graham.: April20WANTED.Real
J. A. cheap and
terms. Improved easy Old hats made new. Cleaningjressing' i laid if desired.. Leave orders at An Abstract will not make a good title out of a bad one. built
4 HORSLER K. of R. & S property In West Estate for sale nr
i > and blocking. Satisfaction Green & Watson., Phone 3. Omar will often enable the owner to do so by showing him existing defects
King Tract, netting 10 cent. in- rent, lease exchange. Your business
per on or '
.. guaranteed. Panamas 50c. Straws I which he may be,able to remeJy.
i Meetings or 'the vestmentSee solicited.
respectfully J.- A. WIl--
25c. Felt, 35c.. Derbys, %5c.Vctor WANTED.-The Mercni.nt Transfer
:: Knights of Commons us In regard to Lake View son, Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government
Haven '
Louis .
100 E. Intendencia
Co. .
'f streeL All want your moving and bauun&
-=<. : No.are held 8 at the!: hall Property. Prettiest place In New come,in. 19 jnlmWANTEDAll All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Taor.en. ," street, Room 7, Salisbury The 'Pensacola Abstract Company
"*, West Intendencia City and Is on Bavou Tcxar. .' Prop. Phone 978. ISjnnelm.WANTED building. Phone 172. 23an ,
street on
S? every owners or poultry to Incorpo ated
'. evening at D. Hale Wilson & Co. know that we are agents for the eel -Your
< 7:30 o'clock. stenographic work. PHONE 393. 114 N. PALAFOX ST.
An Invitation Miscellaneous jum g. CRAHAM, Gan Jlfl"
la extended Phone 234 15 South.Paiafox ebrated Conkey's Poultry RemediesGuaranteed Pensacola Typewriter Exchange
.:. to'Tb"KnI_ ghts. to ,cure rape. cholera 315% S. Paiafox St Phone 379.
-... JOHN B. JONES.. gape and to kill fleas, lice and mites. 23may. NOTICE-Having installed machines
,J,.S. I ONARD. Orand Also their wonderful egg producer F. -, for the manufacture of galvanizedIron
:r Recorder. Knteht I S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234.ISapr. W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham mania cornice skylights cornice gut MiscellaneousCARRIAGES FOR SALENew

.. / your moving and hauling. He guarantees tars. lrcular mouldings etc., I am now
Daughter of all breakage: Phone 630. prepared to do sheet metal work of repaired and repainted.
Rebekah. WANTED-We want Floats built to eight room house with halt 10th
:K oml Lodge No.. 10, :your orders for all kinds on short notice. Satisfac- order. Horse shoeIng -

Rebekah meets every Monday Daughters night of : ALAN 1907 Art Calendars.. Oren 200 orU HL ALFMAN-Tin,. Copper,9d Sheet tion assured.: Estimates cheerfully a specialty. J. G...Welsh Carriage 1 Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be
final designs to from. Co.
k at 8 o'clock In L O. O. F. halL Visit All Iron*Worker; cornice work and sky given on work In or outside the city. 27febJ. ;
prices. Mayes Printing4, .Pensacola seen to be appreciated.,51753Lots
Chas B. Vetter IS W. Intendencia.
las sisters cordially Invited to be prepe lights a specialty; roofing, guttering '
16e b. and repairing 315. South Paiafox St Phone698. 25maylm H. PORTER zaUmaSer, 71S South 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New
.. MRS. B. R. WTTKOVSKL1C53 Phone 560; residence phone 1316., Palafox street Orders taken
.WANTED-rTne. public to know that SANTA. ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers for CIty.. .. .. ..$600
a WILLIE 2junelm. tents, awnings,
; KENPRICK. Sec. camp stools and nouie
w! can xio all kinds of repairing: the best accommodation for Blocks 125 and 16. Petterson AJ-
,M. B. B. A. No. 81, meets 11ut.and float' building norse shoeing, etc. J. bathing'and recreation to be found on cots. etc. Prices reasonable lljan.
.. i water front six room
I$ third Wednesday evening at 7:30 G. Welsh Carriage Co. new
n 27el' the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclalr use '
n.w MILTON UPHOLSTERING ho .. .. ..$ .sco
-' m. Rafford Hall. No 10. West. Intethdeacla --'l.oa leaves city wharf daily at S:00 a. m. SHOP oa same
,'i, : .street WANTED.-Electric work of ala'.lncL Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Mgr WlIKe Mlms, Proprietor. FurnI- Block 63, East King Tract. .$2.600
;:: A. .. Let us ciaa"your fans, reauI'Our tore repairing of all kinds
Prea. /'ro' -:-Everybody borrows -12may Lot 7 to 14. inclusive, block 171.
;J.\L. SWEENEY.. Sec. dynamo, dov jour wring etc: "PaonS money from Jno.: .A. Hall laid, furniture packed for snipping
; New ... .. ,. .. .. ...$1,600
570. Pensacola-Elecvrij Co. 205 8. Co. Phone 63. Next, to Tampa Landing.
14\* E. Government St, When. in -If',you will look around the house, -
;*ensaeola'Lodge No. 4,'J. O.-O.''F..Pensacola ATTRACTIVE 'PROPOSITION Baylen. need call on us:: you will find a' lot of ways In whit %April

Lodge No! 4-L, .0. 0.. rneets you tan us: old newspapers. You
'';, every Thursaar *veMlnjr at 7:30 $2600.00 FOR.A BEAUTJFUL IrlFOR' I WANTED.-The public to'bow that can buy them In any quantity at.this J.A. WILSON & Co.

f: 'at the new.hall Belmont. .and Bayl*" A HQUE in the swellest and old newspapers streets, Visiting brethren cordially most aristocratic portion of the city; this office for five Dents['a bundle.. Theyre tonal property on short notice. convenient sold DetectiveAgency Real Estate Agents
o. to carry and at five ,
'ri iAVitedE.. GREENBLATT.J. five, large lots facing public, .sqn! are I all clean and Dk .: Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co '2 W. bundle.MATTRESSES .
: ., NEVILLE Secretary i on the,, southeast corner of 'Reus and, .I. Romana..... Phone 116S. flab cents per. LICENSED BY Cl'tY'A.ND STREET- Salisbury Building Room 7
Defioto streets WANTED-Carrlaearepaired and repainted AND FURNITURE Piedmont Detective' Afcency., incorporated -
x" W. O. W. ALL. OF THE MAXENT TRACT ; floats built to order; horseeboeing MONEY TO LEND-On good-real e- Mattresses made to order; old ones 'all branches legitimate secret

;: ;JJv. Oak Camp No/1, W. O. W. WEST ,OF' Cr: STREET NOW FOR, a specialty J., G. Welsh Carriage tate security, or on good collateral. renovatei: New ticks fornished. service work "Write for booklet -
4' :meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd SALE. Co. 27feb at lowest rate. Leslie E.> Brook Second hand furniture, bought and it tells who we are. General of. For Farm Turoentfne or

.n' Wednesdays la each month. 'Visiting Fisher building. .21Jaa Upholstering and repairing done flee Temple Court, Atlanta, Ga. New
_bvereigns. cordially invited.. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST WANTED.-AH klnft or electrical 114 E. Belmont St, city phone 77L, 1345 Br way. Local and Timber Lands,

o..t F. A.. BOGHICH,C, C. I MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. work. I sell all kinds of dectricaIbatteries MONEY LOANED oa aU kind of personal Dana Mfg. Co. c.. T. Davis, Mgr. long distance 'phone' Main. LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
;: LESLIE: E. BROOKS. Clerk. -- MORTGAGES, ON: REAL ,ESTATEIN and other electrical supplies.When property on 'Short notice. on or Address
THIS{ ClTtYBOUGHT AND'SO La yon;,need me ring .345 or 95 5. Terms easy. J. W Ballard upstair L. Diamond, Tailor.
:. :RATHBONE LODGE No.: SO. .1( E. W. Peake new Stal'La1l84r7 Build 28>d South Palarox St. Phone 1144. "'Gents' clothing cleaned pressed ui L09T Turner & Aymard

Y :';Hathbone Lodge, No. SO..Kntghts of tog. E.' Garden.. : '- 15de& *6noT repaired ,on abort notice. No. 11% ,
;:. Jyth'-as meets every Thursday nigh' COURT HOUSE DYEiNG. West Gonroment. St,. Pensacola Fla.Idee. Real Estate and Abstrat Co-
r t"'Castla Hall Members! of sister Fisher Beat Estate t Agency and ,Cleaning Club %1J.N.DeY1l1ersSt. Presaing LOST-One sunburst with 35.pearls P. O. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs.FU
lodges an I vUU'.n! brethren! cordially amount or'money lagoon and one bar pin'with 11 pearls. Lost
e .. Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop.
Your patronage all kinds of SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle
invite to attend. COLLECTION OF RENTS A oa personal property. Oert- between 132 E. Gregory and Intendencia -
-. -- aollclted&tJsfacUOu. gal aria. Special rates to business lag &,Co. wholesale and retail
a J. LEVY; 'j' SPECIALTY. men on large 4hi9 street. Reward or-'retura to Hiss DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE FIRE
teed. Careful attention ,given ladies'! Scans. The New York Loan Co 2O1 ehudhn and grocers,
only first-dug
: RR.&S.a Phone 87., 206'S._ Paiafox I St garments Phone 1221. feb South Katheleen Hutchinson, 132'E. Gregory., WORKS DISPLAY ATTHE KNIGHTSOF
.. .... Paiafox. house of kini in city. Fair price to aft 29june.
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Sensation Caused at Trial of Former r I' I ,ZlW at

Judge Hargis and Ex- THE GLORIOUS NOTE RAISER,. I Must Not Be Regaed in tight of NO EPIDEMIC PILING Citizens Works Testified as to Non-fulfillment Before Board of .*:' It'

I Endorsement f for Presidential ;
Sheriff Callahan. I
IS CAPTUREDMember OF CHOLERA of Contract : -

mm is Nomination. ATLI & K Ni. t .


of Notorious Gang at Unwilling to -Sit on a Stool and Although It i is Known to Exist in j-


Last Rounded Up by Secret look Pretty for Two Years.' Mild Form in the Philippines WHARF :; H,

Asbury Spicer Says, He Was Offered Garbage Allowed to Remain Where r ey>r, F
Service Officials.
$500 to do the Job. PARTY BESIEGED WITH CALLERS Placed for Weeks.NO T

And It Will fie Celebrated in An IMMEDIATELY UPON THEIR ARRIVAL Work of A Diver Witnessed by Intensely I .,

By Associated'Press.. / By Associated Press.
CLAIMS THAT HE REFUSED TO Appropriate MannerBusiness Washington July 3.-Chief WilkIe, IN LONDON FROM NOR Washington July 3.-The war de- Interested Crowd RELIEF FROM CONDITIONS I-* "
I i partment has'no dispatches from Ma- *1
to Cease. of the United States secret service, I WAY-MR. BRYAN DOES NOT nila indicating that the cholera is epidemic Yesterday.A UNTIL CITY WAGONS WERE roll
POSTPONEMENT MADE BY was notified ,today of the arrest at in the Philippines although it
Hamilton West Virginia of Chas.Jack is known that it existed in a mild formin SERVICE..NEWCONTRACT r
"i 'H son, one of an alleged gang of notori VENTIONS AS BINDING. parts of the islands. man walking about in water ten MAY BE AWARDED ,
ACCOUNT OF ABSENCE OF 4 ous note raisers. The last deaths from cholera were feet or more in depth and occasion '
-- reported several months ago when two ally jotting down some figures on a IF SATISFACTION CAN BE SE t '
' IMPORTANT WITNESSES.By FOR TOEIAY Irving Tolley leader of the gang, i sailors died at Ft McKinley. i; .. r
who arrested in Baltimore few .By Associated Press. Cholera CURED. r
was a I in light form is epidemicmost ,
** Partly'northeast cloudy to, north light fresh :11 i days ago, has given the officials trouble -: London: July 3.-WjHiam. J. Bryan every year In the Philippines. f ;k + s

Associated Press i& & i for several years and escaped from i and Sirs. Bryan arrived this afternoonand

Beattyvtlle. Ky., July 3.A sensa- i CONDITIONS LAST YEAR. *I went to Hotel Cecil where they The contract between the City of i! '

----- *serv-ing 1 '*ere soon besieged: with callers. Pensacola and P. Long for the recnov
ton was caused here to-day duringthe :
trial of former Judge Hargis and Fair, temperature 88 degrees *i bank notes. I I In a statement to 'newspaper men FAMOUS S FRENCH ai and disposal of garbage was last 1'
maximum and .
74 minimum. *
ex-Sheriff Ed CallaLan Breathitt' I i Jackson is said to have assisted To1I -,: Mr. Bryan said: night annulled. This action was tak .j, s

county on the charge of murde.'ins i ley in passing raised notes in We<>tVirginia : "The first suggestion of a reception en after many weeks of patient wait. "

Attorney James B. Marcum by the I I South Carolina-, Tennessee and North .and i for me at New York ,came from the Ing upon the part of the city for the ;r

announcement that Asbury Spice The Glorious Fourth-the Day of \ Commercial Travelers League priorto liCK HOTELS contractor to fulfill his; contract, and '
g .ri
lad confessed implicating the two Independence-wtll be duly celebratedIn I the action of any state conventionand a ; after a long hearing by the Board of : j.

principal defendants. Pensacola and Escambfa} county to- before there was any discussion of Public Works: yesterday afternoon. "i

Spicer declared that a few days be- day. Young America wall: shine in all MRS. THAW Willi: the next campaign.. when citizens from every section oi :fit ,

fore the killing of Marcum an offerof his glory. The mayor has' proclaimed "N:>w that the actions of some: of RAIDED the city testified that garbage had remained : a- :

five hundred, dollars was made t3 that he can fire, the various kinds the state conventions have raised theques'tion in front of their residences ,. ;

him to do the killing which he re? of noise producers and nerve distrac- as to the political significance d .,. anywhere from two days to nearly a ?

fused. s I tors, and there is no doubt but that all fACE THEORDEAl of the reception I am glad to say thatit month.

Another motion was made to-day will be in evidence during the entire must not be regarded in the lightof The board held a meeting Monday :
day and portion of the n'ght an endorsement: for the presidential Gambling Outfits Seized and a .
by the government attorney for post nominatiotE. i." afternoon, when many written complaints s .i.
Many amusements have been pre- \ iiia t
ponement of the' trial on account of pared for the day so that those wh' appreciate the compliment paid Npber 1 of Arrests Made"To were considered and it seemedas

the absence of important government have a holiday will not find it at ail me but do not regard the expressionsas t u l though the contract would then be ; 1.

witnesses. Judge Dorsey decided to dull!, but on the other hand exceedingly ; binding upon them or the party of Revoke Charter.By cancelled, but when the contractorstill j- +

proceed with the case and said hewould lively. All the government offices their states. hkg. maintained that he was carrying 4
will be closed for the day and the "It is two years before the convention 1 j ,
give the government every opportunity stares: will close their doors at noon, meets and I. am not willing to a'ton out the terms of his contract 'tho. ,

to get witnesses. He named and for the balance of the day business !- a stool and look pretty that long." Associated Press board decided to hold an open meet-i, 't

special officers to bring into court the in Pensacola. will .cease and a f When the Time Comes Will Be .iMr- Bryan will! speak at the American Paoli, Ind., July .Attorney: General lag at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, i

persons wanted.. The judge said if he will combine to make the day I Society dinner tomorrow night! ; M.iller. at the Instance of Governor L
and all those who might desire
., II Too Glad Tell! Hanley filed action to request
memorable one. Only to to-day an revoke 4
ound It impossible to get the persons It '
to make complaints to appear. '
:Aibout the opportnn'.ty! affordedin the charter of the French'Lick
Deeded within a reasonable time the the pleasure line today will be the Everything, Springs Hotel Co. It is charged tint' When: the board convened there

case would be carried over to the excursion 'of' the,Rathbone Sisters to Will PROSECUTE[ gambling Is allowed ,on the proporty were about a dozen citizens present, ,
next term.NEGRO. HM'piMu.' ground BMI ...DagJadi ovnedby the company. Thomas Tag-
all'of whom were sworn. R. M Averf: H ,.
commodious has teen procured -+ -' gart.;chairman of the national democratic
by the ladies and'-w1llleav' the wharfat By Associated Press. committee Is president! of the t the first to testify stated that three : + +'

WOMAN AT 7:30 o'clock far: the ie'giound.: ; New York July 3.-"When the time company. barrels of garbage had remained: ia ;

There Is'no'doubt_but,that a big,crow J comes I shall be only too: glad to talk WASHmGTor The sheriff and deputies raided the tI I front of his residence since the nth !

will take in the picnic and 'have, a and tell all. "fchall not flinch! at the Casino at the French Lick and West of last month, notwithstanding many 3 '
LAST CAPTUREDLEMENTINE moat enjoyable time. Baden Springs hotels to-day. A number I
ordeal nor will I break ,down. 3Iy one complaints and had finally been moo j;
This afternoon the main celebrationnear I of arrests were made and con
Pensacola rill,occur; at Electric thought is be of service tomy' hus tfiderable paraphernalia was seized. Submarine Diver. f ed by the city Saturday night.

Park.' It will be the picnic of the! band." ICE1ENBy Attorney General Miller left this t ,r: I... Bell of East Gregory street +
Knights of Columbus, and as all kinds This statement W'amade!. by :Mrs. r afternoon to direct the disposition of slate just as though he were writing had placed garbage out last Tuesday a +,

YESTERDAY-WOMAN SHE of sports and amusements, includinga : Thaw today when she went to see her the confiscated property."SLEEPY in an office was the sight that many and it bad remained: there unttt ho '

baseball game, have been provided husband at the Tombs and is the first persons witnessed yesterday afternoon made so many complaints that the city '
STABBED IN CRITICAL there is no doubting that the occasion at Tarragona street wharf. The man h
time she has talked of her attitude in SAM" TO carts came and took it away The ; -
will not only be largely patronized but was a professional diver and was
CONDITION. the coming trial of Thaw. Associated; Press three barrels were placed in the street .,
will be one of the enjoyable features Former Judge ,Olcott had a confer Washington, July Municipal: offi- engaged in testing the piling of the' before 7 o'clock a. m. s Y

of the Fourth. The arrangement com- ence with his client this afternoonand cials have taken steps with a view to RUN IN GEORGIA wharf. ,I Jas. Dougherty testified that a barred 5
mittee has prepared the park for the carried away with him a large' prosecutIon' if it Is found the presentice When he first went down only a1 of garbage/ had been left at tho
Lementine Johnson a colored and has with the street few persons were gathered, but the
event arranged
package of letters received by Thaw.l famine Washington is the re corner cf DeVillier and Romana street i +
roman, who the officers of the county railway company to provide good service crowd soon increased and before> the i : a
He said in future he will have Tbaw'si cult of a conspiracy to,raise the priceof LOCAL' RACER WAS SENT TO for over a week, the garbage wagon : ,;
finished task then f
diver had his
and from ::: wasa
the the
to park during
have been for letters that commodity in restraInt of F
looking during theist opened to save Thaw an- refusing to remove It, saying It was ,
sized crowd Intentedly watchIng i i
afternoon and late into the night good
ten days was captured yesterday noyance. trade. BAINBRIDGE. TO ENTER too heavy. ;
"The Ladies' Missionary S:>c'eiY of The ice scarcity in Washington has him. Capt. R. M. Bushnell! told the board
afternoon bj- Deputy Sheriff Mar- the Presbyterian church will give a RACES THERE TODAY.' At first, through the clear and still
existed for several days and dealers: ] that over a week ago he had placed a + .' 1.
tn. The woman at the time was moonlight excursion tonIght. water, he appeared like some marine
near A large ANOTHER UNION refuse to sell to any but old custom box of garbage in front of his residence
the bottom of
tie county jail and was making her and commodious! tug has been chartered ers.. In numerous instances people monster crawling along on West Gregory and had complained s
closer observation
ray: from Fort Barrancas to the hone for the occasion and the ladies will IS ORGANIZEDTHE have been unable to obtain any \\* .it "Sleepy Sam," the fast racer owned the showed bayA that the object was! a man' to the contractor of Its non- A ? -
of do everything their power:: to make all, even under distressing circum- bu removal day but without results. ; '
friends of every
some when Deputy Martin the ride comfortable and pleasant for by W. C. Crowe Chipley and after the eyes became accustomedto
cox: her. stances. wtich is being stabled and trained looking into the water, hs! every It had finally been removed by
all 'The special features of this
The Johnson and another ex shipped yesterday to Bain- the city carts. ;
woman here, was move could be seen. The sigh was
jiegro woman engaged In a fight at a which cursion' are the delicious refreshments, BARBERS HELD MEETHG tride; Ga., where the animal will be one that heM the spectators. The J. Andrews said that garbage 'In d
served these
picnic at Kupfrian's park about ten are always by ] entered in the races that are scheduled idea that a man could unconcernedly. East Wright. North Alcanii and North
'tars ago and the latter was stabbed ladies, and the time appointed for'thestart LAST NIGHT AND EFFECTED NORTH CAROliNA to be pulled off there to-day and walk about under the water performing Davis had not been removed for many jl>
-five o'clock. This time
lithe abdomen and other ports! of was TEMPORARY ORGANIZA local horse men are satisfied that he clerical duties, bordered somewhat days and was being turned over b#; rt'
the body. Her condition yesterday chosen because the general complaintfrom will pass the wire in front of any on the mysterious and many re-: animals in the streets. ri
"3 critical and it is not "xpected: patrons of excurs'ons is that not TION. thing brought out on the Georgia nrained glued to the spot until the Other citizens testified along the r r
that she will live. enough time is given at the Life Sav- track. diver came to the surface. i I same line, and Assistant Superintendent 4 ,:
The ing Station to enjoy the bathing.. which brou h1 being' Spottswood told of ctE'anlngUII ;I Iwhol
Johnson woman made her esCape ENDORSES The animal was ; An inspection of piling was
and since then has been with' Out in the country the day will not Another union tere some weeks ago by Mr. Crowe, made to see if any of them had de- city:
friends around the navy yard and be forgotten by any means and the was formed last Is an exceptionally fast one, and M cayed. The diver walked along slow carts.-
Fiat Barrancas, and occasionally, picnics there will be of the old-fashioned night when the barbers of the city appearance denotes\ ;speed and endur ly and upon reaching each pile would: The, contractor even with this overwhelming ill 'ri

u'oIld: >l Cone to town. She Is held,withcut kind. At Beulah "Unc'e" H met and formed the Barbers Union, ance. On the local track he easily give It a few taps with a hatchet evidence that he had not i
bail pending the result of the m Shelby's neighborhood there will be a with a large membership. The union BRYAN N took the honors In the recent meta which he carried. The sound told him lIved up to the contract still maintained IGdintouch '4 Y
lines: she inflicted.INCIPIENT. barbecue with, all the accompaniment has applied for a charier and will be and had plenty of speed to spare fora the condition of the piling and down that he had paying that the removal
: necessary for a good: time which may afciliated: with the American Federation final spurt if it was necessary. would go the record. This was kept by the city of the garbage was .L. ,

I Include some Fourth of July oratory. of Labor. After the races the horse will be up until much of the work had been the same as if his wagons and per ', } ,
RIOTATTSARSKOESELO Near Fort Barrancas or rather three The barbers were once organized, brought back to Penpacol and will accomplished when the diver came formed the work as he paid the city
miles west of that place, there will bea but the members showed but little Associated Press remain here until other races are arranged -to the surface and the immense helmet }- for doing it ,c, 4 d
gathering of families from all sect'ons interest and the union finall/ went hpieees. By The board could a
taken from the
and outfit was not see .t i
Greensboro N. C..
This time, however, they are July 3.-Thel i 'r
enjoy an oU-fashioned pic
democratic state convention met body. ; in this sight, and upon mot'on! of Mr. .
sore enthusiastic, and that they
say her"'l I
Daniel the contract was cancelled an I j' I
nic.Up and [ Franklin ,
at Bluff Springs where the real will stick together. As soon as the } DAMON LODGEELECTS the clerk instructed to notify the ..
Neil for chairman of the ,
article In the picnic line occurs, the charter! arrives they will make application corporation BIG CARGO OFSULPHUR bondsmen of P. Long of the action '. ; ".
commission the only office to be
By Associated Press.St. to affiliate themselves with the I
people will assemble and the celebration I The board decided for the present .'
Petersburg. July 3.-An incipient will be memorable by the"spreadIng United Labor League which Is com- filled.William J. Bryan for OFFICERS to have the cIty carts remove the garbage s
was endorsed
riot is reported among the guard of good thin'gs to eat under the posed of all the prominent labor organizations former ORE and it is believed a much more '
at Tsarskoe e'o' because they lovely oaks for which that ,of the city. president and Ay-
palace neighbor- satisfactory service win te r*ndered.As .:
cock of this state for vice presidentThe t
rere Workmen engaged in several other
ordered not read the hood is fame'd.Many .
to newspa- ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING soon as these instructions were
resolution caused discussionat LARGE
pers. Officers 'of the guard declare other celebrations have been trades are now getting together and STEAMER BUCKMINSTER issued Assistant Srpt. SpoWswowl. seat 3.
times verging on bitterness tut BRITISH
the measure taken to prevent thesjreaJ arranged, and all In. all the day will will organize during the comin week was finally adopted by a decisive OF THIS BIG LODGE LAST out a number of wagons and they were
of the revolutionary propaganda be appropriately observed.ELECTION and apply for admittance to the vote. ARRIVES WITH CARGO FROM I kept busy last night until a late hoqrgathering ,
lj arousing such resentment among United Labor League. NIGHT. II up garbage that had not I t

the soldiers that the lives of officers POMERON.The been remove' during the day

Ire ia danger. I OF ONE KILLED: 1000 SPLICERS I- It Is possible! that later the board :4; :f
; !A large and enthusiastic meeting of will see fit to award thp contract to 't

THE BONI I ANNULLED Damon Lodge No. 13, the largest in British steamer Buckminsier'other part'es. provided they think sat '
: GOVERNMENTAT TWO INJURED AND LINEMEN OUTBy point of membership of any of the K. C"1.l'talnHadwolY., which entered yesterday Isfactory service can be secured. y'
of the city: was held in
of P. lodges
when of- consigned to Jno. A. Merritt &
last night
the Castle Hall
JAMESTOWN DSCASTEU ANE CHARGED WJTH By Associated Press Associated Press ficers to serve the ensuing term were Co., has on board a big cargo of sul- STORM STOPS .

Martin Fla., July 3.-During a thun Philadelphia PSL, July 3.-one thou- installed by Deputy Grand Chancellor phur ore aggregating 2.6CO tons.;
CORRUPTION AND FRAUD.By derstorm here lightning struck a tree sand splicers and linemen comprisingthe W. L. Moyer. The lodge Is In fine con- The shipment,is from Pomeroa. t}! TENNISTOURNEY y. :

By Associated Press under which three men had taken shel- entire force of the Bell Telephone f dition and>aspires to te the largest in The vessel will discharge the cargo| A
\\"ashington. ter. Thomas Ward was instantly killed In this part of Pennsylvania the state. It was decided to hereafter
July S.-A meeting of Company at the L. & I;. wharf just as soon'as
the gOvernment commission of the Associated Press. Samuel Green fatally injured and New Jersey and Delaware are on meet at 7-30; o'clock. The new officers
Jamestown: exposition was held to- (Paris, July 3.The Chamber of Dep- George Cave left unconscious for some strike for shorter hours and more are as fallows: ; possible, or as soon as +!ut9cienr'labor By Associated Press
nay. Secretary Taft was out of the uties today annulled the election of time. pay. C. C. W. M. Edwards.V can be procured to unload the; Atlanta, 'July! 3.-A heavy rainstorm

city but the other members were Count Boni DeCastellane to the cham- C. B. F. Wolfe: steamer. This will require considerable during the preliminary match .,
present William M. Geddes who hadBoar's ber on grounds of corruption and PROHIBITIONIST' OFMICHIGAN GEORGIA POPULISTS Prelate .W. V. McDonald. time even it laoor is secured, of the Southern Lawn Tennis Association t 1
of .BOTi vigorously denied NOMINATEBy WILL CONVENE TODAYBy M. of W.-J. D. Goss. tournament for the Championship
the fraud. Count ,
government exhibits at it is expected that there will be
R. E.: Williams. of the south this afternoon softened I
St. Louis and Portland the accusations against him and made M. at A- = : 1
G- F. R Murphy. some delay as other vessels will have the courts and caused postponement .
appointed") assistant to the a counter charge'of a similar character Associated Press I Associated Press L I
" secretary G.-G. M. Hl tower. first call upon available labor having of the play. No full match was corn"p : l
;n11llsslon. He and Mr. Edwards against his' opponent. He'ltated Detroit, Mich. July 3.-The prohibition A.tlanta.July 3.-The populists of O.
i.1 have charge of the government campaign had,been started state convention: today nominated Georgia hold their convention tomorrow F E. Brawner, as 1[. of band Dan been here foi some time pleted this morning and afternoon ;.i
ana"gementa at the Jamestown against press him during D&lnul'fam11.y. E. Clark Reed for governor and H.,H., to name a full ticket for state iel Bergin as M. of F. and K. R. and S. The Buckminster' will probably load matches will be played during tilt '
eipo- difficulties.- I Moore' for lieutenant governor. offices. hold over until the January election.! lumber and timber as a return cargo. balance of the weeL i iai if

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E1 4 1 ;St.TIT8: S1 ANORtws ,is And' There are low a Large Number _.r. f-...--{[ Kind you. should drink

Work-More Will Arrive / When beer is not sufficiently;aged it disorders the stomach

; : Wewishtocallyour. .. ,this Morning. t and causes biliousness, counteracting the beneficial effects

U attention to our two- NOW ON'THEBO'OM: r j. this excellentvtonie should have. Your safety lies adhering

piece Suits, embracing 5TRiK'ERS; : SAY THE. MEN WERE ,.: to a brand which you reliable,,and we'invite you to

-_ gray the various worsteds shapes and the of TOLO'THAT THEY WERE, TO V :inspect and substantiate our claims'in' regard to


: serges.always. To dressy men who i. ARE DISSATISFIED. :WITH CON: : AMERICAN\' QUEEN

r enjoy character, fit, ctrnoN
; fashion'and'scipntific- NeW Railroads Have'Gften.l Impetus THEM. We anticipate the'demand and never, sell any green beer. Throughout the

{ tailoring .in'* clothes, year"we'carry the following year's supply, aging it for months in advance

s we want to state that .Industries" of Several1 so is always thoroughly ripe, me11w and healthful at the time of sale*

x our garments cannot Kinds., Nearly ninety men reached Pteosaco'a As another safeguard against biliousness the ,
.yesterday from various' cities tot\ ; water used is from our own
the '
j.6 be excelledj&y 'exclusive work on. the wharves of the Louisvile -1 ,artesian wells, and is strongly impregnated with chlnride-ofsodium. This

' tailor., If at $8, to The umaLst. and Nashville Railroad taking: makes the addition of salt unnecessary in AMERICAN QUEEN BEER.

4 $10, $12.50 or, $15, 1 Andrews, July 3. Wf th the prospect strike the places and,.of to :the supply men the who'demand are on fort.:a ,You can safely keep this brand in your home a.nd.1unild call for it wherever you drink.
these of two railroads In the near future
stand '
garments more labor on account. of Increasedwork. :
St Andrews and surrounding In' to those in a,class distinctively sub- .addition Brewing Ga.
,' country are making some ,very here many of whom are'white 'nienfrom ,

s their own.THE ... stantial improvements Cincinnati and points In Ohio a' Watch for our next ad, "Samsung it all op."
'Messrs. C. E. Bracken and G., T. .party of about 125 Is expected'to:
Allen have Installed a battling works ; reach the city this morning which I
which will be In operation In a few will give the company about three ti .rte

days. A stock company will soon :hundred men to load and unload ves
erect an ice plant and a large share of
: JOHN WHITE STORE the stock has been subscribed. by our sels.All
of the careJ
citizens. Mr. J.. J. Truesdale 'who new men are being
; for In In the'lower
holds large interests In this and other; boarding cars :
portion of the Transit Company
enterprises gave it as his opinion that Gulf 4
: Phone 225 205-20? s. PAUFOX they would be manufacturing Ice with- building where special agents or detectives -
of the company are assem-
In sixty days.
bled to that there Is Interference
see no
C. G. Armstrong & 'Co. have just
completed a fine launch for Capt. Jno on the part of the strikers. The _. ,____
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men are being .well" fed:and cared rand
W. Anderson, of Anderson and have
with the
apparently satisfied
i-- Charcoal! BASEBALL another under way for J.; H., Ander. work and the amount of money they, '_ "
son.Among are receiving.
the recent addition to the SHIPPING NEWS

# We have just received a summer colony are Mr. Jno. iL Har- The officers think that by Saturday .
per and family, W. M. Faulk and family night they will have about four hun
American League. for
very fine stock and will deliver Washington !5. Boston 0. ,J. T. Britt and family and Mrs.Jno dred men at work, enough to take the -- I : by

orders promptly i in any PMladelphiaiNew ;York rain., Glenn of Chipley;" Mr. and Mrs. Roland places of all the strikers and also : it
: to the extra work
perform Imposedby Arrived.
Cleveland of North Carolina; Mr. Jno. Con- t over
!amount. ; Detroit 0. ley Mr. PetIvoy. Mr. Jim White Hon.w. reason of the arrival of many Buckminster Br ss, Hadaway 1237,
Chicago 5 St. : Not
Louis :
; 3, first game. ships with cargoes to discharge, Faro to Jno. A. Merritt .& Co.
363. j
Telephone B. Wynn and family and Mr. A.
Chicago 3; St Louis 0, second game. I Are
Calhoun and family bMarlanna. which would have necessitated evena Cleared. ,
SEWELLWoodand Hon. J. N. "Wilson] of, Sneads has larger force had the men not goneon Jennie Hulbert. Am brig Wright: !
&i National. League.'Boston been a. guest at Hotel Tarpon for several strike. The scarcity of labor Is 41S, for'Havana,'-with :326,900 s ft lum

Coal 3; Philadelphia 4, eleven In days. ., causing soma trouble to secureIn ber. I ts
nings. To appreciate the fishing here one some: places and the crowd
New York-BrooklyI,"rain. I must hear the Hon. Jim ,Neel tell how that Is expected t this morning VESSELS IN. PORT. I
he caught eight red fight In 10 min- will come from New Orleans. '1 he Steamships.Arelheid .

Southern League. utes and prove it by Hon..W. B. Wynn arrival yesterday on another steamer I
with cargo will give employment to Ger ss. Buney, 1767
Atlanta-tNashvllIe with whom he divided the catch. Your
,,wed grounds. a hundred or more men.-and. within a Swopopmund, to Rlx M. Robinson &
I Shreveport 'i 5; Little Rock 1. correspondent had the pleasure ol Co .....
week will be at work on
GUESSyon'have more men !
1- of
No more scheduled in Southern helping dispose the balance., ;
Y League.. All roads will lead to Panama Cityon ihe wharves If they are secured than :August Belmont, ,.Br ss, Barnes :
July, 4th. Two "ot .Pensacola'sprominent at any time for several ,months. 2967, Hamburg to Gulf Transit Co. 'd
The L. & N. which has lost considerable Cerea, Itai Nalarini NewYork i
read of'that' big-reduction I South Atlantic League.. citizens will be present at ss 2791 i i
made on all my-stock:of Clothing the celebration, Hon T. Av Jennings, money on account of tha to Gulf Transit Co. {I
Macon Jacksonville 1. and 'Hon. Frank, L. Mayers.' ,strike now' 'anticipates further >bunbannoor. Br ss, Barton 2331.:
( Charleston 1;- Columbia 0. .6 : trouble In securing plenty of men lo Mobile to Hyer Bro,
For Cash? Augusta Savannah 1. : work the ships that are now here auJ I i ..
E. 0. Saltmarsh Br ss Rogers 2319' \
:which are due. -
I SUMMARY OF Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. I it J
: The Strikers Side. Pti,
Eanswood, Br. ss, Fayn 1840 Jl.SO .
Well they been .
have going pretty fast
The strikers held a meeting last Inglis to -J., A. Merritt & Co. ; f
- i but there's a few more left at that REAL THE WEATHER i night'In a hall Tarragona. street, ;i cookY n:*
ESTATE Aust. |
, -: same cut price and In this warm' Federica ss, Zar 2261 New;{
which attendedbi about sixty
y : was Orleans, to Gulf Transit Company f
. weather a light weight 2 piece suit Is
John Speedy and J. S. Williams who
'ijust what you need to keep cooL Full Slightly cooler weather is i the leaden of the strikers Glenwood Br ss, Richards 1253 ) [ \
prevailing are among
York to Gulf Transit Co. _
Vialine light weight summer Shirts Col-- I now than was experiencedlist I said afterwards that the work Huttonwood i \
ss. White 2533
lars attached and detached from 50c TRANSFERS week. 'Yesterd Y the maximum 't< - up to $2.25, values before heard ,
never 1
perature 88 worth fully $200 day. They
was degrees at 11:55 I was per I Magician. Br ss, Baby 3271 Liverpool -
of.One trial of 'the Men's o'clockand, the will and Bo18''Furnisher was reached at 1 o'clock: On the leaving, as matters were misrepresented : 'Westland Br: is.. Granger, 2001, Vera
convince you.' 11-t same date last the mirfmun. to them when:they were.hired F. <<
year Cruz ,to. O Hqwe.
Following is :the real estate 'I ,
temperature was. 85 degrees ,with a The men they .say; -s.were secured j 1
transfers recorded'yesterda reported minimum of 15 degrees: Weather I under the Impression that they were ,e
by the Pensacola Abstract Co.: Shies, ....j
JOS. ,
COLEMAN and when
Reed yesterday said In his to work at unloading fruit
,Nelson Giles to J. N. Bri't
Crabtree com-
: daily summary of weather conditions: tiicy were started working phosphae Harvest Queen ship Forsyth,
mencing 200 ft the Main Trackof .
Wof Bio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen. .
"The pressure has remained low many of them quit and are leavins
the L. & N. R.:/Rrn McDavid Flav ever the eastern portion of the 'country -the city. Speedy: and William say Nor ship 1,635.
212 S. Palafox St thence 210 ft W. thence S. 455 ft.,
where scattered showers have that the strikers are getting along Iraksen, La Guayra to W. S. Keyser
Phone 727. thence. 210 ft, thence N.. 455 ft to I t & Co., '
continued. Showers of them being employed
were heavy In very well many ,
point of beginning being in lot 21, 2 Barks. >
parts of Georgia, Florida and eastern elsewhere.
A. more or less De-gregort Glo Botto Ital bk. 1294-
Texas. In the West the 'weather hal .
t Florida Irene G. Scarritt to :Marie Louise remained fair and under the influence THE SMILE Genoa to Rossasco Bros. -
and Alabama
: I SergL a portion of lot 4, Mary Jack- of a high with its Gesine Get' bk Larsen, 1375 Hamburg -
pressure area
son Dfvis.on Sec 51, T. 2, R. 30 S. extending from Montana to crest that won't, come off appears on baby's to McKenzie Oerting & Co.
.f;LAND COMPANYManufacturers and W. to-wit: Beginning at the NW A low area has appeared on face after one bottle White's Cream King Malcolm It bk GuS 1233. Ge-
cor. of lot 4'thence S. 40"'30' E. along the north Pacific coast Vermifuge the great worm medic'ne. toa to Huges & Co.
of W. line 801 ft. 6 in.,: to-point of beginning over Oregon and and temperatures Why\ not keep that smile on baby's Lulsa ItaL bk. 1591. Montano from
and Dealers In thence N. 53" 30( E. 123 ft. at above I face. If you keep this medicine on Nolloth to master.
7 LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS'SHIN-: right angles to said w: line, thenceS. continued cool seasonal with average. It has i hand, you will never see anything else Monrovia, Nor bk; 1449. Aase Ham
temperatures in
iLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. 40" 30' E. along line parallel to the forties In, Wyoming and' cooler! i but smiles on his face: "My baby burg to order"
.x said line to bayou thence along bayouto weather has reached Missouri and was peevish and fretful. Would not Port Sonoclan Uruguay bk 1112,I'A"
said W. line, thence along said W. Texas. i eat and I feared he would die. I used Ferres Mentevldeo to German American

SAFES SAFES SAFES 1 SAFES I line te point of beginning $300. Showers may be 'expected In this ''I a bottle of White's Cream Vermifugeand Lbr.; Co.
Geo. Locke to. Southern States Lumber section to-night and Wednesday with he has not had a sick day s:nee. Spero, Nor. bk, 623, Bostig, ,Las
i Buy Diebold Safes. Co., NWM of Sec. 26,T.,4 N. of R. fresh West to Northwest winds=; ..nd I Sold by all druggists. Palmas : 0

Sear tt Moreno Agent 33 W 15 .62 A. $800 indications are for cooler tonight'COFFEE Stranger; Swed'' bk, Anderson. 485, i I
Maxent Loreco Marques to Southern ,States :
Land Co to Mrs. S.H. Collins I THE CONCERT BE GIVEN BY .
; lots 19 and 20, block 180 Maxent THE, MARINE BAND AT THE Lumber Co..
Tract $,100. Schooners.
L. Donna Christina Am BCD, McLeod. .
\ A. Langellier to Alex LIschkoff. ON JULY 4th IS ALONE WORTH
blocks 1. 2 and "* '" 165 Belize
"E," "F" "G" Langelller'si Brig.
and"II' of THE PROGRAM. "
All the.little re-arrangement of the Town of. Bluff i Jennie Hurlbert, Am brig :Wright,
Springs! known and described as blk.; 418, Havana to J. A. Merritt & Co. I
22. 23, 24, 27. 28?,,29, 30, 31, 32; 33, 34' We are the Pioneer Bow Legged Children.
and 85 to'105, inclusive and blk. "J." Coffee ;Roasters of Bowlegs sometimes become straightas YOUR LIVER.
Also SWi%, ,the child older and stronger.
r "W1H of SE4 and SEVi of grows :
Kinks SEU of Sec. 18, T* 5,N. of R. 30 W.: West Florida.McHUCH'S .. Bathe them night and morning with is out of order. You go to bed In a :
except 10 A.' belonging to'" Parsons,, salt and water rubbing them thoroughly bad humor and get up with: a bad ,
650 A. $10.000. 'i and pressing with the hand 'on the taste In your mouth. You want 259

Wm: H., Knight to B. C. Christian,! outside of the curve, as if to press them something to stimulate' your Tver.
lots 19, 20, 21 and ,t:. block 43. W.: BLENDShoyc.oequol. straight This must be done gently Just try Herbine the liver regulator.A .
of Fashion .' positive cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia -
King Tract $500. and' other considerations. and without the least violence. The
: and all liver compla'nts. :Mrs.
: '
I little bones
are soft, and careful manipulation
I F Ft Worth Texas writes
Jas. C..: Watson ,to J O. Jennings ; :
A trial long continued will be of
7 lots 17'and 18.; In block 9-1. New City "Have used Herbine In my family
r are, embodied In the Tract, $550. will convince the con- use..' for years. Words'can't express whatI to
,t.' clothing we' sell.for men's Emma S. Mitchell and husband W. tlmik about it Everybody In my;
is summer wear. It cer- IL Mitchell*- -Janett Robinson, beginning noisseur that. we Locking After' the Hands.It household are happy and well'and we
s'} at the NW cor>of,Aaron,Hollin- make takes less than: a minute to put on owe It to H j
tajnlj- appeals strongly to worth'a lot la,the SE% of the NW14: of no extravagant.-. an.old pair of gloves when one has a 1
and will please the economical Sec. 5, T. 5,. N. of .R. 30 W. and running claims. dirty piece of work, such as dusting or with

and those,who,Insist 200'ft E. at 'right angles with making a fire, to do. But what a sav- f
on durability 'in clothes. the Alger&illlvan.Lumber Co. R. R. ing It is to the hands! Housewiveswho BY Life

Fashion and "durability tbence.15 ft N,. thence W. at right Wholesale' and ,Retail make a point of thus protectingtheir FREE MAIL ;
angles:to. 'oountyhardroad, thence skin never have unsightly 'Ingrained -
: area mighty good combination along said hardroad,, to E. edge ol blacks on their hands or those I

.and: both: of these said R. R.'right of way. thence S. along GROCERS distressing cracks that get so dreadfully BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHANDto .

qualities! 'are happily, said right of w&y'90' ft to ,po'nt of chapped and palnfuL.BTM .' FIVE persons in each county desiring to Ute
starting $160., &. within W days :
blended in,the highest- t.d' and alTJdnds ,of Feed. :, prod SEND this notion to either of

Y :gree, in our; summer to ALL THE YYOflLT ... Bond Keyhole.. ::1
s:" clothes and furnishings. knows that Bllard's Snow Liniment Stuffs.Pluto In cleaning the brass round a key- DRAUGHON'SMontgomery

Lightweight suits from 96 has no superior r Rheumatism, bole It Is almost Impossible not to soil
Stiff Joints, ,Cuts, ''Sprains, Lumbagoand the surrounding wood., Get a piece of
i*i ;up; ,white and fancy Tests all cardboard about four ,Inches &i4he4 W
s pains.. Buy It, try it.and you square :
from $1.23.up; Stetson, will always nse It Any body who has : Water cut a hole In It the shape of the brassan

hats $3.56; summer ox- I used Ballard's Snow Liniment Is a living 1 put It over the keyhole when cleaning Atlanta Raleigh, Columbia
fords from $200 to 450.. proof of what It does. All we ask and the wood win not be touched Shreveport, Dallas or Jack.
f of,jou is to get a trial bottle. and ,RetailNew so"Miss.
Price 25c 50c' )Wholesale > We 1ao teach tI,-
and.$1.00, Old Wladoir Shade. BEFUXD MO. LwPenmaaeiltb .
H.O. ANSON # ',The.Munielal'Court When renewing window shades Instead raetia, LettasWritin?, Drawing; Cartooning. : -
Bnstoww .
Banking etc
of the
: orleans throwing away ones ,
Recorder-Laney disposed of twenty GroceiyCO.I 27 ta 15 States. 30O.OOO.OO
wash boll and iron them and you will Capital. 17 yeaWsTMoeea. Indorsed brbosi.neeBmen. :
in the
''f; CASH CLOTHIER cases munlc pa1 court yester- be surprised to whaf&ice cheesecloth Jfo..atntionenter BT tun .. writ*
Six cases see lot WJTMM!
;; day. were continued, one 4 caaloR. secured or BOUT KTBMf I.
defendant discharged,, : you have for dnstcloths dish YOU MUSTrwriteenow g0@"ld '
sentences sus Mcf4uht
Caner Pilafox Hd M& ,
: e
, i cloths'and various other tot oa ,
: p ndedln'two cases and fines ab1 uat- ; purposes Gore rftxmtyuufgyedal Home 8tudyOllermsde

; ing. 1i to< '-$51-- Imposed.- Phone, :t.9j;' Proprietor, .which' cheesecloth is used* m.thA, __pub kedat .I

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_; TITS When means carried vest- -pocket. HELD SHORT ( : Slaves and Freemen

; It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant :. '
taste,almost as pleasant as Chocolate.

Each tablet is a working doss of Cas MEETING street aid the sorrowing;k would- expect to elect trust members, question of public Interest arises: j,, magnates can force their win :

carets, which acts -like -Exercise on the viciously attacked :' and from President; of the U. S. on down,! A town starts to build a court house limit wt
Bowels and Liver.It ; : I l trom-the- lemnrttes conduct'}[through all the offices. Efcchcontrol' and give work toits citizens who To boil this down-

will not purge, sicken nor upset; the their loved ones- in the last anij 11 would mean that the trust members spend their_money there but are not Demand ..ofOir Candida: ,
farewelL. I fatten off the people, who are not members of the labor trust; Immediately es
omach. they
Considered the Tax Levy and ]I area' few of the many indig-- the and rpresent. as Bishop McCabe sat
like members. .unons, from past the trust demands all the work the of the
per cent
c- Because it is not a "Bile-driver, 10 people: anir
and tyrannies ,heaped uponthe)i experience, life would not be won 1 and that it be taken away from the
: Salts! Sodium, Calomel Jalap. Senna. nor I duced the Assessment OneEighth American citizens in this1! .( living'nor could the common man hopeto anti-trust citizens. A riot breaks oat the per .cent The made people up from soIorganization. :

Aperient Waters. I'I day slavery of the labor trust own and protect his little hme. In and the labor trust seeks to destroythe free man ca E:
sure they let
Neither is It like Castor Oil, Glycerine of a Mill. ry more wide-spread and irk-: !i, peace. > This Is no fancy picture but court: house and force the people th I tie fi
with more assaults upon citizens.). the conditions are being pressed and into their pockets and the know
or other Oily! Laxatives that simply lubricatethe to go pay Next
t don't fail
oppression, more property de- fought for the labor trust to go
by rfght
of -
tosses. The officers the peo indivdaa
Intestines for transit of the food stopped committed'''I peace or in a body to. demand
and more murders here and now. -- the
In their seek to preserve I te
tip in them !!that particular time. I A special meeting of the Bo during the period of negro sia-J[, \There are literally thousands of pIe and save pay the property; Imme- paper that wants your patonage. e
County Commissioners was held I It print, as much
4 4 : so aroused the human Sym- splendid men. members of unions, who! diately the unions "protest" and exert the In
I i I n'ght Chairman Avery presiding 'I eats of the free citizens :
as it
ot that in
a great people but acts does
tlwj heartily silently denounce the
means in their to pre-
The chief of and every power I
cause Constipation Commissioners Sennatt of the question mlllioana; ;;; 0[' tie anarchists and trouble breeders -]; vent the officers from protecting the the "proceedings" and favorable: 003.ment .
4 Indigestion is a weakness of the Muscles I I I' Wiggins- and Stewart being and hundreds of millions of' iri the unions. But what can they'!i and their (' on the labor trust Ten
people property.
that contract the Intestines and"bowels. J The'meeting was for the were sacrificed., I,i do? I have seen some of the most] the advertisers in afr:4: I 3
: passing the petition of ,'I This same policy crops out in every this
upon publish article
that African wnlleI whythey
: to free the !
Cascarets are practically to the Bowel earnest letters from such union men, snppr
I I Son to sell liquors In. precinct I I effort of the community to protect itself a sheet of that character
Muscles what and Cold Bath I 1 I slavery manacles the to newspapers appealing to the pub-
V: a Massage | from the
( This was granted. and the common people
I { of the, white free-born Ameri be to hear of their slavery but waen''' these things and you *in
;: D ,
are to the Athletic Muscles. \|, The notary publIc bonds of t I oppression of the la asked if would allow letters!' you have the power to
they the
:! They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to McClure, G. W. Hightower and I I I leaders oppose. the police, oppose the cver presentyour
,,, I I of, the 'conditon .under. ,whicli prnted over their names, decline for own personal liberty. the
{ contract expand, and squeeze the Diges- j j I W. Howe were approved. of 'our' citizens" are forced,'I fear of the certain punishment that mlitia the courts laws, manual dom of your townsmen and the fne>

t live Juices out of food eaten. The applications for ;) : their will, to pay money toj I would be put upon them by the trust' training schools, education of appren-j. tinued prosperity of your .
James Lovett and Madeline Cope ,I tices and every other act or move- CIu'
; Cascarets do this naturally. ,without unions and to obey blindly: I leaders. But you must act.
examined and approved. ment that benefits the people but
purging 'or discomfort :.. of Ue leaders to stop work,! One sample will illustrate. Otto C. } -Real-geniune'slavery
f The commissioners then spent curbs the lawless license and stays I hlft'1
J '1"bcydon't: help the Bowels and Liver in time In the discussion the tax |. told, helpless to earn the htte: Heggen; ct Des Ia., a naturalized the oppressive hand of that trust. I its grip on 'our'-peep e./ \4?
: : needed wife and children Se
i euch a way as to make them jean upon ''eyy, as fixed at the speCal: }I by I citizen of Norwegian nativity, "es-I This and preceding newspaper an-, same fear in denouncing a9 em ]
clothrig and fuel, helpless toj tines in ths: connection: ,
timila2.. assistance for the future. : on Monday night It developed : their manhood and self-re-j I' I nouncements from my pen regardingthe among the people in the days of
wish be
"Why do to no longer a Xep
r This is why, with Cascarets the dose; there is sufficient money on bowing and crushed until the! labor trust and suggesting reme-! slavery. The cowardice of po:!
: j citizens? he repeated, speak in
ng I j
rived from the bond assessment .
to the of
dies are paid for from proceeds and press, fearing to stand
l may be lessened each succeeding time up those bonds which will come caused by utter despair, bas! SlOW! and labored English, with thej) the business of makng Postum Food God-given principles of uP .j

t' Instead of increased as it must be with all during the coming year, and' the I ( d up to an appalling ust I I I unmistakable Norwegian accent. "Because Coffee and GrapeNuts.The fearing for votes and l e
I of don t the people rise in their I this is no longer a free country.An patronage 85
1," other Cathartics and Laxatives. one-eighth of a mill was I
: "trust they have temporized and
: stricken off. and free themselves from this' honest man who wants to work labor (not our own compnso-
# 4 -* I -someone- inquires? :: ) has conducted a long and per- ed to long and history repeati I
f.' This makes the |and support hfs family must pay tax rS1
1 assessment t
Cascarets like I, us looK :atthe facts and !' sistent war of boycott and impudent Whenever In the affairs of a na 0
act exercise. see.
1 year only about an eighth of ,a' ;to the union. I had a good Job at the :
I years ago--there arose a God- Bloomfield mine blacksmith. Then tyranny in an expressed determination class enslaves, anpther, fear;
If carried in
your vest pocket. (or carried t more than it was last I
I | year I inspirationfor, the wage earner! the miners .union and: to ruin that business, because we beget owardice Then there i&
[ their
organized ,
t In My Lady's Purse.) and eaten Just when the levy for school purposes was i
tempt compromise with
t F'ed milL ''The state has ; | his condition, and the sym-: they said I must pay tax to them or I declined to 'withdraw our advertising rhp nt
L- you suspect you need one, you will never one levy I II| of thewhole people went out.I I else quit my job. from papers when ordered to by the, and that sin of compromise is sucit t

knowasick day from the ordinary Ills of life. reduced one mill, so the total the movement. Organization II \ "I believe in freedom. That is why I labor trust in ther: efforts to "break crime against the eternal priir:p'e: 0
I taxation this will be ,
Because these Ills the year seemed and'' up" such papers. "We refused to join human lIberty: that I brings increase
begin! in Bowels; lower than last, notwithstanding I power requisite 'I; I left the dear old fatherland. 1
and pave the vayfor all ether diseases.: I rase: for school purposes which I uaons came into being tueir thought that here in Amer'ca I would these conspiracies and steadfastly tyanuy. oppression and miaen. 0'-

:;. "Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. !r very necessary If the. present ] motives being pure. They must have greater rights and that my children maintained our right to be free Amer-! of that sav'f I was S
r Be the i standard of the schools is ;, leaders, improvements began to would! have a better chance, but ican citizens, and not slaves. But hell: before the 'civil warit IS s raw
sure you get genuine made only and the in better sanitary conditions instead we must take oar: hard-eamedl hath no. fury like that of the labor trust Ever day sees_ new victims Am-
new ones established
by the Sterling Remedy Company,and never I Ir anticipated. hours and better wages. Then dollars and pour them into the union. when its "orders" are not obeyed, marooned, impressed oa

gold- In--bulk. Every tablet stamped"CCc." I began to demand large If they make a strike, as they do. so, and the depths of trickery boycott, lying subjected to the slaven of the 'ia:or

f; 4 I and finally to wring "graft'I j much I must quit work, no matter If and all the black pools of labor: trust. These victIms! rreuentstg.-
THE FLORIDA the members and from emploj-'I1 am content with everything. Maybe union vengeance have been searchedfor ; ale to free ) they fit-'
: FREE TO OUR READERS ,! appeared the intoxication'' I must fight and get killed." 1 means to ruin us. which might hard enough they may surrey -t ,

l. It has been arranged to mall free : ; the leader found that h'sl It behooves every free workman who',: have been effective but for the magi:: many cannot Will you stand ;d1: 'v

,1 r PLATED beautiful trinket little French-designed bo*. GOLl.1 I FEMALE word must be obeyed, and in'' hopes to., preserve his r'ght to work I nUl cent rally to our support by the and se this wrong go on9 Plat! *

'. pretty colors, a handsome- ornament, to. enforce it he must rule by! and support his family who. hopes to:, great American public: whose members -:i read this article over again ana f.
i most liberal offer ever made tad we : and absolute slavery meth-j hold and save his home and other prop!I will not when they know it, tol-j I fully get the facts clearh ta .,o;r
,_ want eyery reader to have one. Tea Money in great sums must be union who rate rebuke It by buying our products.!! mind, and then as you value your r.a
cents in stamps ia asked as a measure PRESIDENT erty, every man hopes to
of good faith and to cover cost of Caa- : I I and the procedure seemed sirn-i, escape further tyranny. every mer.1chant F II These mal'cious: acts of the labor trust live land and the freedom of our r

loaded.carets with which this dainty box ia COOPERATION: 'I IN I L agitators and organizers .n' who hopes to escape the sud- roused us to the dangerous condition 1 I son and children, ACT Dexanfl '*

Send today, be sure tn mention this : : I basis. Send an organ-I! den boycott, every farmer who hopesto in which the people are placed by the! your newspaper that H stani fo -'
paper and write your address plainly. ATTENTION TO INSTI any district even where work-! postpone the day when with wheat labor unions and we took up the cam-,| common people and demand of vo<
Address Sterling Remedy Company, well paign for freedom. It has been pub-' candidate far: publ: office that if .
: Chicago or New York. 731l' TUTION. paid and contented. Seek or other crops overripe and spoiling he a r
I I ,
few hot heads and wild talking J is confronted with a strike and hi* lic work in the interest of humanity' resent the Interest of tie masses ".

easy; to' find in any com-], farni, picketed, horses, cows family trying to rouse'the people to act for great n rgnlze majority wth: '1-

I Jo them in a meeting, make and property threatened, and the their own protection., j'[[ needs and and not the s*-
:i THEBIG The following letter -which is speeches, tell them I' usual labor trust warfare set, up The Pcstum Co. owns space Jn near', Interests of any organization (raI :'
explanatory, has been received : I are abused and that "labor against him, and :behooves every ly every prominent paper in. Amerc1!I i up of the few to prey off th man'

President Florida A. A. Murphree of all wealth and therefore must* patriotic citizen, who hopes to keep r and has a ,right to use that [ Extend t men the right to (rgar-s

I t 4 Female College: alL" Urge them to make other! the .industries iu his community moving -I its public announcements of WhiCh'' with capt&or labor or both lOT p' .
AS one deeply concerned in ,the dissatisfied few! this! is B'a
: eral uplift of our ,Florida"young and in a and the people dependent upon : one. I j betterent
ple; especially the ,nucleus:is-formed like.a snow-, them suppled: with Che necessities of : Suc papers naturally must publish. acts of *ai, .i:.'
of is young only needs a little roiling life, tQ"jofu with every 'other citizen ,' advertisements under contract -, ery are committed and the sY.&u '.
today exemplifiedin our state, I am writing solicit -.
rapidly. Then mass these dis for the protection to the common interest -I:I no matter how the labor trust attempt made to r you orion' I".
the Qualities of the the cooperation attention in of bringing'the parents z'L I ,and, march to a factory, and, may object t,having the facts made', lows of the right work the ngt' ;,

f;: Headache to. educate. We would thank having the workmen to drop their Let every candidate for office be pufbl'c. |I' buy and sell or to exerh your rfP"
Remedy.BROMOVIN. you "the union" and go. on strike.'] watched, and if, when "questioned"bythe ', dom and liberty in any manner ?> '.
f; cprely forthe names'and steady heads demur and labor This article you rre now reading has, under our yIeld! no -
say, trust he agrees to representthat constitutkn
young ladies who may be intel been sent to practically every prominent -
( fraction of -.
Iu, such : goad positions.and good pay. trust and its measures in opposi- ': your battii :.'
as are offered in
courses la America with offer to
icstitution.. such ''DJan onhis way home,] ton: to the measures. 'of the_people! remember pper' i I and there. ''A day of contest wi> ..
rates for Its ,
Quick Certain him ,,: black spirit of tyranny !
r c Agree- Our faculty Is "persuade" to join the nirn. Insertion.. right on
composed of I It has not been sent to the ''
start is better
and strike., Call him "scab" if: than months F'3"'
able and Harmless. tian men and women and the hoot and jeer at him,throw The man who: goes In to office pledged journals for they are open enemies of of slavery with tie certainty 0 ota', .
are religious culture of our f' citizens! of ,
To any community who
any maarcorporatfoiC mination and hitter: .
stono and get some boys to organization or a lorrg :
For Sale is stressed as much as is their not bow to the labor and \:
by lectual Or. physical education and and harass him. Have a crowd, :, or trust, is lined up against the trust we can-' that spirt. fattened and strength' .
not ourselves
White's PharmacyPALAFOX velopment his grocer and tell him he will people. The"b "trust congressman support bring and murder pay money breeders.U I by of long ,
anarchy } '
The musical advantages here the' A few '
one representing oil, railroad papers to whom has been
any goods: ; same to the clothier, I even one American brother ha,- ,I' n
STREET. unsurpassed ,in the south.
Art or labor trustmust work for the trust offered will refuse to run It. J
cution, physical and coal man. Notify his I robbed of his liberty and tri-t'-"t.: :
culture cooking, that put him there
and whatever
They fear the labor trustThiblishfreday I
Manufactured by with
ing household economics and not to associate him what then shall we do whi'n ronfroT
'G. ANTWERP garten training of teachers are the children to chase his In-I vantage a trust alns lri the' makingor by day articles ed with the abuse and otpis'IOn'I

: VAN & SON, of our excellent and special ; them going and coming'' execution of' laws must tie an dl flattering to that trust I(I thousands of our own p-' pic 11;

Mobile Ala. tiges. The School for Teachers : Notify his employer that' "vantage gained ji t the expense of the They wilfully "kill" any news detrimental -,'' time for some of }on.earrli t Oul

mits students fifteen vears'"of workmen will-' emit; and fcOY- common'citizen. to the trust, smother the items]'I your too long hidden flag and. in contemplation -
-1 and after they have passed the I : goOd'lf he don't diScbariel of violence and lawlessness, and I'ck' send your minds back to
t. grade in public schools. To scab." About that There is no otfier way fof the trusts th boots of the labor leaders no mat-i! the time when the old sires march 4J

i. the Freshman class, applicants I begins to feel that it is a terri il to fatten and thrive except upon the ter how dirty they are or how much J, toled until tyrants bulets cut ,\ -

rave .completed the eleventh to pay for his standing up people outside the trust. The labor the publisher Inwardly hates himself, stripes of red was .

h'gh school, but arrangements 'I freedom and liberty guaranteed I!I trust tries to pass laws to prevent for his prosttutin. I] across the white banner, then infield I

: made to receive those who are no. the constitution of his fathers!' anyone buying labor except from members Such papers are most poisonous' of blue were set the stars, .

}: ther advanced than the tenth :! right to independent action I' of the labor: unions, and at any enemies the common te people. I I a high: a purpose as the magnifir-

No age limit applies except tn he .b? the one bravest man price 'the trust may have power machinery of the p'anets! set b> 'l.I ::
i They pander to the organized few,'
] name Tbs trust does not ask t"l "
School for
Teachers. b/uhared brave men ae will I same God in the royal purple of '
the million members
two trust and I
Very I gress to pass a law to prevent !: -.
,;' respectfully yours, hd'bow hls neck to the yoke ofI I ployers 'or common; citizens from assaulting are to cowardly to speak for the 781m. heavenThose old grandfathers WIsent
Ii: A. A. I I trust an absolute slave{! or murdering labor union Hion citizens, because the latter are I; out by the impulses of the tutu :
l of
I i Father to win back the last crown
' From that time *
helpless. generally and
and }
members do not
or blowing their houses. hate
Tallahassee, Fla.. July 1. i up unorganie human liberty, the best gift to n.i
riP subject to "orders" he daVe not I j Such a law Is not necessary to the "protes" to the pu>!

,p while occasional fines of from,; trust- .but. It does seek with all Its lisher. But It time for the children ,
FUGITIVE FROM to 100.00) are assessed against' power to. force a law through Congress people to take action regarding these I With It came to us a noble liar, ,

..... COUNTY IS "tie union" to "punish" him called the Ant.! Injunction law, to tie' cowardly and misleading papers. The be ever held as a symbol and .'- *

;,. fatten the pocket- the hands of the.courts, so they cannot citizens want all the facts spread before -': der of that crown s dearly wonI,

!,;. .I of the leaders, Issue "restraining orders" or "injunctions" them,'BO they can reach an intel-' after having: been lost by apatln. .f .f.
.... Cal. Pearce, a negro, who is a I and tens of thousands ofl which would have the effectof ligent conclusion: on these subjects,) ardice ani compromise with tv 'f

tive from Washington county, American workmen are "restraining" union men from assaulting and the papers that suppress one set; nal principles
.rf. wanted,there by Sheriff Allen I of helpless savery: to-, .cit.zens or blowing up housesor of facts and, through fear of a* trust,i! That old flag bears a messagi t.J,

: sault with intent to murder was '., they curse but -bow property. make public only the prejudiced state from our grandfathers, and tr- -;"'

tured near Goulding yesterday I, ,them a chance and they would Ig it cot plain they want to be left ments of hat trust should be known still from the Infinite Father *

fAt House ins by Deputies Sanders and ,' ;; but the skillful organ free to do those things? and they can be known. Every read spired them. In solemn! tone '*
Country and locked up In 'jail. set up and ruled by the paid: Think for one moment of the auda- er of this article is urged to purchaseone mands that we stand toee w'

Thenegro came to Pensacola is powerful enough to keep. city and. desperate lengths to which or more prominent morning pa-,I| and always whenever one singf*:-
months since and has I of Uh lean be threatened' : "*
I Toilet Sets properly "tamed. the labor trust leaders will go to terrorize pera July 'and afternoon paper son ,.
around Goulding. It is of the Inheritance .
: expected we see a movement started and force the public to "obey.? day before. In smaller cities his blood-bought >

: Sheriff Allen will arrive here and noble purpose, drifted What fore'gn: epuad of bandits would with no. paper on.the 4th buy the ISSUQ'I sonal liberty

:: Cheap and Nice for him. : hands of designing men who, dare ask for laws to protect them In of the 3rd.I anyone of those papers I We may shlrk, ffer excuse. &e -A:*

discovered the volume: of, pow- their raids on the people? No man is does this article, you can'I j pander, and prevaricate, but the *"
in It for know it as one of the "smooth nal God of Justice who moulded tt*
I their hands, use per] safe and no family protected with such eneI
'Ij Here is no reason why die l ends, talking loud about the riot anarchy rampant In our mjdst mies" of the people.. Suppose joui I| crown of liberty will exact a polo'punishment *
, rammer cottage shouldn't have. SHE'SA; WISE WOMANWbo of labor." etc.. etc., while fas The public man who will sell h'm- write the publisher and ask him Whyl j fo each and every p"-*
I the chains tghter and tighter he fears to allow the cause of the,, of cowardly shrinklnz from the proir*
tdecorated: Toilet Sets in every keeps In mind that little arms of that labor. self to any .trust: Interest and, betraythe citizens to' be presented in his columns 1 and ucomprlsin defense of ';
people richly deserves the certain
bedroom-at such prices as we it Is a dangerous thing. I quickly discover,the necessity defeat he will encounter at the polls and why he allies himself on the I

'are naming just now. Who can tell the difference all workmen to join the when his sentiments become known. side of the trust and'against the Slavery Is rampant in our m'd5T a:

i her first child and a genius. the leaders can secure the Demand of your candidate a statement m-ss? Push' the to' go on record pJeadin voices vibrate abut 'he ':

t 9 Unless the wall paper is ,black, Who. baa learned,_the paradox : contributions and also govern that he will stand to represent and then c your pleasure. Excuses ear* and hidden ')
1.1. not excuse A Is either Tyrants Slaves and Freemen and o.ot
-:'which is unfikery:; to have joy one most give it. So, to bring this about we see the whole people and not simply the wl paper J
we cank be '
the stllL votf- "
: Interests of the people or is Those spirit
forms of
Who Is able to mend both her aggravated oppres- few members of any trust ,or organization. I .* ti
match almost color scheme under control of the labor dead fathers and the cries of
i and or some
I tyranny daily pressure
any band's clothes'and his J : Just so sure as a pubLIc! man .*
ways. the
Find out and this Is i helpless children blend with < !
J1 your rooms are done in. Who the la'appl.ed by one workman bows to the labor trust and agrees to trs '- -' a sure .
appreciates 'that : I sage woven through the old t
ft" independent man at his side way. 1
do its will just sure he deserts the '
Q Some room>9 bouse U that left for so : of our call and ca.
J low-priced kinds
simple of various sires
very Indignities people and joins the aliens workingto Then let the advertisers ask the : call. at" .
l' : patterns for servants* rooms areinteresting Improvement and variegated. Per extract extra gain from the public. pusher of paper wTiy he fears belplcsAmericans \ .
Whet that become
acknowledges the and long continued harass! .ng He.must -be 'looked at for exactly what ,std ,out for the citizens an!
; in matter of both price, made her by her husband by drives the, independent man he is and the people must elect their and good of the community. Why fed with indifference. *'

and quality. allowances for him. the fees and join the union to own candidates and not trust candi- he panders to trust seeking In every C W I ;

t II;: Who manag s 'to keep not only I himself and family from the dates if they care to' preserve sacred way to dominate business, politics and N. B. This article be P:'!. .'I
: 5 Your inspectkaM requeued wbOeuM variety boose and her temper, but her Then he often finds the'r! freedom and peace. the ete'aJ,machinery. pamphlet form by the Natl C: *,
a A1 If1 Industrial Ass'n St. James B-: -
Di' i ,
jumped from the frying The
; and her figure *s welL the fire. whole people "want things done Let any man become prominent Inendeavoit' N. Yo and be used by the loa a- '.
and the 'great The labor .'
Who can at once distinguish ; to preserve the peace of citizens in cities where the '
labor trust is one of the most
\be. laugh of amusement and the and trust perhaps numbers two million when labor tJ riots are in fang cowardice of the newgi' ',
menaces to our country proge'
r' a great part of that number and .
meant to show off a dimple. for Its leaders, seeking unwilling and the remaining 78 mil tht and mn'he ruined business w prevents its printing this p->'. I

Who gets off a trolley car the and greater control of the lion of the common peoplehave some- i* menaced.'t psile. Allbusiness nounemen In- defense of the t r

'it.<--. 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STRUTT way, though she runs the risk of are pushing towards a posi thing' to-say when their interests are loving, citizen pace mn
-; -1 'r'ENSACOLAi :, a' man, In.dltgoise.! they hope to be able to at stake. act or proprr-nJ The names of such ppr w
., anarchy
tw be supplied by the -
;' son's Magazine. e members of State Legisla- Now notice how the
, :, Congress carried far
-ii-- and
to force: the union men to be aliens personal liberty will grow until the cover such papers. Xow let a pa- *

rJ It.can easily be seen they].and oppose the citizens whenever a.burden cannot t>e moved and.,the trust the Ud and have a look

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fOR Western pony gentle, good William be entitled A. Blount AnOrd: } TRADE FOLLOWS

al"driver. HLnman & lIeck of Lots Twenty-four and TERRE HftUTERAILROAD 1

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FOR""S\L: : :-60x80 ft. oval Bargains InRealEstate Front:of the City of bdl

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complete. Can be seen AND BOARD OP, } J
Rink. :Apply THE CITY OF
Skating "
S3fOIa See.. 1. That ,.;-,! r f: :. t
Bruce. ,the .MOBILE.A BAMA..MARKBTS'. i
Cleric are, hereby Every merchant who has electric IfghU and fan for CHICAGOand /

fOR \LD-HaTing sold and, deliver to _William warm weather will do more business than the' one -whoJam't. I ;:.f >J
ot 12th deed in fee .
deuce corner simple Trade follows ,such! lights and fans. "'
things as
street I now offer for from the City of all points in the ''
Uth and a half dwelling contain' Apply at omce. t .1
'goods and one portions tof' lots

household may Tuesdays be seen and Thursdays on the 384 six ft:rooms'with, running through lot 192 from ft., i Twenty-toe'of the Water Front Block of the N PENSACOLA North and Northwest. .. 4: .. :}i. :;1

to street in the "
of 10 and 12 a. m/ C.' sacola a, have not Naval Stores. ,- -
tours suburbs.., .', .. .. $1200 conveyed to the said : Ga.. July S._:The naval '8 : '
ermaa. very desirable 1 building;>> lot on Blount by the C *market closed today as follows: ELECTRIC ,; :- r ,?

SUxts to 15,, avenue near Jackson street pointed and acting under' \.. .. .. .. A. .. .. .. ..5 15 TERMINAL COMPANY Exceptionally Low RoundTrip -:t : -
FOR one-fourth of blocks 75 neighborhood lot 75 the legislature of the .. .. ..... '.. .. .. .. ..\.>4 95 }r .
being Pensacola 200 'feet'on front toy 146 ft. deep.$900 entitled "An Act to ... .. .... .. .. .... ....485 PHONE: 106. Rates all -3$* *
City of on the.west side of Tenth .. .. .: to Summer :,
l37'm feet on 17th Front of the City of ; .. .. .. .460to470- 't
street, fronting both Gregory .... .... ..4SOto4GO : 1
Harana Square., J-aV approved June 2, & : e. ,
fronting twelve room house Heinberg streets 50 ft front ment to the'said City by ; .. .. .. -.... ... .. ;...4 45 Toons .Points. 4 <.! ,

men't story,and attic. House' just 156 ft. deep: containing two liam A. Blount of the .. .. .... ".. .. .. .. .;440' I : :,
-finished ceilings -if sold, AT ONCE $1900<; Hundred ($50000)) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..4 25 ... ... !.F J j-: I

bard walls; cabinet Passed June 14th. 1906.Approved .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -.. ..420 -
plastered rooms and all modern (June, 18, 1906. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..410 D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers, I __ .4 : L'f 'J::
bath The house has a 6 WATSON OHAS.: .. .. '.. .. .. .. .........3 90 : C. ,P. 4 T. A, .. General Agent, ""- j"- .f
ences eastern exposure and is one .. .. .. .. I. .. .. .. .....3 50 IAUSIEY( s COMPANY Evansville Ind. Nashville Teniw : ),
most desirable locations in Real Estate, Rental and Attest: Turpentine 57% cents. : :)
bein; only one block from C. E MBRSITT.. ... ,, .
car line and overlooking the Insurance Agency. Clerk. Wires Worked Badly.. COMMISSION BROKERS f PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL ;'t' J ,..!
BaYou Texar. One-half to wire trouble only the clos ,1 ; ::
to J, .- Gray 21 and 23 E.% AN quotations were received yester- i RAILWAYCOMPANY.- )( .; "
::!fjune. = For :.a/... To provide for>the from the New York and Chicago : II WEST KiTENDENCIA STREET; JENSACOIA! ; FLA. .:_ \1'
--- --- concealed weapons : -4 ,
FOR) SALEam making a 'SALE Good.-family horse and Be It ordained by the Summer Week Day Schedule-Steanr 'c. :J.: ,..;.

within fer on the lots in limits northeast and !!. P.; Qr free Bqi;drlver'597.,dty.kind' and gentle.:holy Council Section of the 1. .City That of AUSLEY A CO.'* REPORT Private Wires N. Y., N. 0.. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVSIONSandBONDS. Train and Electric .Car.Schedule. itt t! -::- ::: _
: cotten M....... I
Lake VTeAT Haven r weapon found on or Liverpool i ;
titles and: excellent el R' SAI CpEAP-6ne- feen arrested for the violation a.. \ Effective June 19,1906., .'t :;. ; ':
clear I'offer 'single-lota in RapW -ance of the City of < '* .-.-* -.> ..-.......................UJ : r) [ r
$j:0. go and lot Duplicator The -Fisher Head taken.possession, of _by ; .Mar.................. .., ........ f, f. f' "
vicinity at $ $65 per Agency. lju17 the arrest'and : .-. ......'..-.................... .l.80 Between Pensacola ii JILv.
terms. (This is to the trade SALE Show! cases wall cases making 'Marshal,- *?..........!..._................ kit) tnd.Sold on Margin or for Investment. and Big Bayou. j : :
people' exclusively. Elbert .A. safes.: All in first-class condi hh l'to'the City .........;.............-........_. Pensacola. Lv. Big Bayou. :to. il ,
Box 112. City. "to P. Lindenstruth lain the sane until .q .................................6.75 6 a.m. 9 !ipjn. 6.20 10.30 -';. 4. N'::; I.
Apply ( .. : the* such person and if < 'ACYt.-.................... .... ....L70 1 Marine' : Pint Rifioul ud Pteple/ Buks. Phone- 1173 J 7 ajn. 10 7:30 p.m. r- ;.1 t ':
FOR SALE Thoroughbred PensaeolaFIa. I 29jlm convictedshall be < vt-S iH&k r.....-....?.........._.. J.63 8 p.m.* ll:30pja 3pt tt. :
Sleepy Sam Apply SALB--} ale'Je; ey caif 10 days City of Pensacola. and ',........... .......... 5M ....................... ..................... .9 a-m. 11, p.m. 8:30'i: -: '
bles. mil deliver at 6 weeks. Ad. shall sell'the same at .Bxr ................ .......L4a 10 9:30 'J'" .
.P. O. Box 478, city.: 27junelw under the direction of : 'b r P.o.mb>r .......... ........ ....n a.m. 10:30 : ;' :
FOR SALE-One good Public Safety and &D.-P7......... ............_.LB 11 a.m. 11:30 ;" ', f' r
ly horse and harness. One SALE-5-room, house: hall and over the proceeds Bpott 4 OS 12 noon U:30p.: "
gy nearly new. ,One good improvements,at 910 N. 7th of fines collected; but if WHAT A SAVINGS ACCOUNT 2 1p.m. 2ro.10: '' ._ : : .
Fla., be acquittaa said New York OeMon Matlul.Opwa -
E. Turner. Bohemia ; lot 1,00x110: feet;room on- lot 3 ".
p.m. 3:30 ;
ICjunelm. another house.. .. ....$1100.00 turned to him. The Hick Low ROM WILL 3:30: .t .
DO. 4:00 -
p.m. t..
keep In his office a 110 25 -
10.40 10J4 1084
FOR SALE-Two fine mUch 6-room ,house 7th St and 14th 4p.m. 4:30 J '. .
young calves:. can be :-, ,. ...J1500WJS. weapons forfeited as : 1084 1O83 10M 10J8 4:30 p.m. 5:00 l ;: ;
w shall show the 10.15 j l.
123 E. Gregory. C. B. : : corner, blk.:*20, :West King each. 10JO lisa 1083 1047 10.14 10.J7 1&22 It will provide capital-with which to tart 5.00 p.m. t, 5:30 .,,. -- "'. ; ." ..',

IQjune. Tract consisting. of 6 lots, beauti- Section 2. That all 10.20 1 site ,for, summer' .home.$140.00 and parts of ,............40.19 11.11 10.18 10.27 you in business.It 6:00 p.m. 6:30 Y'4' :_ ,
TEA DRINKERS A..WILSONJ&_ SallsburyBldg., _..........lG.22 10S8 W.22 10.33 which 6:30 p.m. 7:00 '
you want a delicious cup of herewith be and the'&& will provide for saving money i$ :ta-- .J''l 1 .
T ork Ipota.! 10.83Wheat 7:00 1:30
"Our Own" Blend it is SALE-Don't fail to get mj repealed.. & : .' i
theT Section 3. That usually squandered. 7:35 p.m. 8:00: : : .' J .;
dollar tea.on market prices. I carry a full line, of build :, ,
per pound. A'valuable ticket material. Sash, doors and ,blinds shall take effect It will the toward 8:00p.m.; 8:30 t n l'i.
pave securing a
Opes Hlfh l w OtoM 9:30 .i \
and approvaLFassedJune -
package. New Orleans I specialty.' Joel Frater Baylen St. passage ....... *
79 79 Saturday "
i JBJi onII' ,
.Uthz,1900. \
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh ,. home.It t
.1 17june;_ June18.1906. .,.. .._..80H 80H 79K 80Op % .
Approved "I I
"June. "
S.-t: am agent for the, CHAS. c.r will provide a fund for educating, your tt t ':
Between Pensacola Fort :
FOR SALE-Finest car load 11 .TUtk Low en- ,
ever received in PopeMgCo-amdcaase1j- you autos Attest : 1..' .....".;t %'* UK" M8W 11% children. Barrancas. t. ,; t J\ t.
Ian & Turton West Inten ,|50.o.00up1'11eYOlt: :* less than : ............ ,ssy MX MX Lv Pensacola.! Jt i
s tokeep op They:can beru; C. E. MERRITT. It is the'best possibly way for accumulating Lv Fort Barrancas : .
'jane. sand or anywhere can"go.. Clerk. :N.w 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. ; ; ".- ;.
York Stock Market (:
FOR SALE-7-Remington- E.. Brooks.. .... .; -Opes OOM a reserve fund for hard times or old age. 950: ajn. 11:00 a.m f {
'' -
'Rem. care Journal, .' AN 1%:50, p.m. .2:00 pm. :
: &_ SALE.. F&ciis------------ 08% e45 We four cent interest all ( .
tRegtstered Berkshire on I
pay per your
CITY MAPS FOR SALE- ; .of. ,To amend Section ... .. ..:;._.- 01% 97% 3:50p.xn. 5:10 p.m. : j!
Watson have just received I I ; best. breeding Ask for and Forty-two (<<2)),'of l : ( B... 1 % 129 savings compounded semi-annually.l 6:20 pm. .1- ,1:00.p.m. j : ....i
Carl Setterlind Chipley of ...... .... S'30. >:00 m* 1
Chapter (18), the P'8% &X p. 'f" t'
supply of the latest city maps junelm'A. .. :', ances of the City of .....?j..f....I......!.. MIX 143 j. Saturday only. ;. .t
all of the subdivisions. The a'M ; If I 1 )
BE IT ORDAINED BY T.."......- 74 74H .J .
official\ ani down to- date S.\LE-Ten" 'new and second AND COUNCIL' OF 0 ...._...................'11JH 115% .i-: ,
mounted on heavy linen.: hand officd safes, different PENSACOiLA! ........................... H 39ft.I ,Steam train leaving k
price. 12950;' Epecal..price! best makes, at bargain..price : "' .........h__ 45H <6K BANKOF PensacoJa at '
five or more to agents or Moreno' office East Govern That Setlon Four' ..,.,...........-tt-..,,..-..* S3 S3 FIRST NATIONAL 'i 7:15 a. m. will stop between Pensa' : ,i!',
men. Hooton & Watson. St. 24mar two (442), Article (3of .,.,enecJ ........- 0114 99% cola and Big Bayou only to take on o: :t i I
of,the Code of ................-. ,Ii:% K% for : I
FOR SALE OR RENT Two : SALE= Second 'nand 25 H.P.: of Pensacola, be and the IT.........................140K 1JH PENSACOLA, passengers points beyon Big f ;',
one with capacity for 75 I ; Will sell cheap. Apply to by amended so as to ............. 72H 7): Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar- ,ff. r ,:
lumber the other thirty Method Laundry.. ISApril v'z-; -Sec, 442. Any ..............-. 88* 81% .. rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between ft I'J: :
of H.Kxowxw Pre i. W.K.Hra.Ja V.Pres.M; < Oss'sjsr.T.
pacity. Rates reasonable. gages the services .._. .- 171 175 W,Barn and W.N.BOBKIT,Awt.0uA1en. Big Bayou and Pensacola only to tlJ ,
skiff boats for sale cheap. 22 licenced vehicle with .........*............. 158 158 Din XOTOM-.T.O.:Br.... W. A. Bloont. W. H. KaowUi. W. E. Hyer- 3fO. off put .>it. ;t :f'.
.HOTELS., ..... O. Broat.V passengers from beyond Bg :4 :
5 ft. beams. Telephone or defraud or cheat the ; g .123 123* .
Chan & Co. Milton. Fla. of such vehicle out of 8SX M% BaY u.. Other steam trains will make f.t4 '

PASS The .place: for a vaw-lished by ordinance for : .......................... 11TJ' 119% --I all stops. Each electric car makes all tr.. ,
REGULAR HACK LINE- Good and bathing cool who with such ........._..168 169 stops. ;
fishing and
ley, making connections board reasonable rate at the .......................... 3tf 23 I 't' H"The
at such
launch for points on St. shady. ; good pay rendered if .......-__..... ...... S8i4 87% above schedules and regulations :1,4 1:
Extra teams for traveling For' particulars apply to L. D. vices are ........._........ .... 148'/ 141H) < .. SGO3. subject to change without notice. ;' .4- .
horses comfortable vehicles.' of L. 'Destln, Destln Fla. therefor shall be ..... .__....-......-.. 122f u.% Local
not exceeding twenty C.W. IAMAB.Prwiderrt. JOHN PFEIFFER. AlIlstallt i Cuhitr. Freight Regulations. t.t.t t
or address J. C. Sinclair:! not : ........__....... 140% Ul% M.E.CLAII.Yi a.Pruidant and C..I\ler. I.W.ANDREWS. Assistant Cashie"THE
Telephone No 74. HOTEL. DFuniak. imprisonment Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. to. t' ,.f
or by both such
.-New management; newly fur train will be received only for points 'I
; .
FOR SALE-Economize by' fiith'and'ampId rooms prisonment. & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK '.. '- I f'
ing choicest of lots-on meals; and' Travel. Any driver or owner beyond Big Bayou, and will not be > 1', :t.
$300 per lot no present need .,good'solicited.beds., Rates I tempting to charge w York July Liverpool was received later than 7:05 a. m. All :t! f-C
especially 92 Of flJL
$400 per lot and $750 for a men ,I rates prescribed by easier this morning, spots other Week Day trains leaving Pen. ::-
strip of barren sand. Three day. sIH'Sinnley. ., Prop. Hundred and Thirty-Four ( quoted at 606, four points low DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. 1' ".
not later than 3:50 .
p. m. ;
ful! sites of five lots each at $ I Four (Hunnted and contracts wer reduced a-bout CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60,000 carry 'f- ..
each quarter block; not over HOTEL-Why pay $250 per I shall be deemed to have points due; it was saId. to liquida Freight! for any point but freight will j, :;
from electric car line. A. V. when you can get as good room ordinance, and shall 'be pending the United Suites govern DIRECTORS. not be received later than 2') minute I" I ;:
bed SOc. Coolest. place, in of not exceeding '. the condition .... ,
gjune._ tot fine report,on crop Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, before scheduled departure of trains. t i' \
Henry L. Covlngton
Speclarrates by the week I 0'bY imprisonment ,issued at 11 a. m. today. )
TOR SALE-For sanitary J. M. Pfeiffer. W. 8, Rosasco C. W. Lamar The 9:00 a. m. Sunday train may Ii 11
we have in stock Ground month.. ,One,block from po stomce. thirty days. or by both market was about 10 points !ow. Bryan Dunody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders carry light perishable freight under ,;,
Tennessee Lime in strong I ImprisonmentProvided. all the opening and then dropped A. M- Avery. W. ". Milton 0. E. Maurs, some circumstances- special t' ; ,.
40 ibs at 2p cents at ware MILL INN-on bay front. Opens I That a rut from which it seemed un W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng per l; L ; ,t
V. Clubbs. corner Gregory 1. Large, airy and, delightful i parts of Ordinances in to extricate itself until after the Alex McGowin C. Covlngton, M- E. Clark. mission. Electric car will not'carry :, .'! j i : ,
nlz. 'cool. ,Good fishing bathing and :with be, and the same litlon figures were published. The freight or packages: of any descrip'J II.' i ; >
FOlTsALE First ,class table. On elec pealed. showed a condition .of 833 Safety deposittoxes for rent at 1'co' \\UX tad {5Jfl Ihe year. Private apartment don, except medicine urgently needed. rt. '.
cows with-Herd well fine car line."minutes ride'from city. I Passed June 14th. 1906Approved st 84.6 last month and 77 last in cooaecQon for the convenience of customers. Shippers are requested to bear these r x r'.
: June 18 190G.CHiS. regulations in mind that Inconvenience '
boarders" and translent3 at the ; J
route. NO I .. The talent seemed dazed Int.restPald onTim. Deposits.L T
competition. Four percent
not be ,
: may caused. J'
business first class reasonable. Address Old Mill I it being safe to say that not j:;!; I" ;
I .
S. A. Taylor. Century. Fla. ; Pens colaFI' r : 4may man in 'a hundred was expectIng! These freight regulations subject to ;. I : : I
OWN HOUSE-r-DeFuniak Springs. : Attest: such figures. Prices advanced change without notice. .< ; :
TE.DRINKERS. .' E. :MERRnr.Clerk. Hi i
C. Any further f< t
beds. airy rooms elegant 8 to 10 points rapidly and then information regarding ; :::
you want 1'
Our Own" a delicious'cup of ; free bath and sample rooms. back 4 to S, no one seemingly passenger and freight schedule can be .. i;! j -i 4 ':
dollar Blend it is 'attention to traveling men wtat to make of the report or had by applying to the general once t. : 1; : 1
tea on the market. In Escambia County take. HILTOV OKXKX.PaniDnrx. T K.W.lAgg. VIo.-PaUDur. ol the company.
J JR. Brown. action to { t
es $200 perpday j i.
per ,,
pound. A valuable ticket State of Florida. In and B.]L BUSEKTUj.\ UBuL KAJTSHSLD MORENO.Am CUmm: ..
Package. New Orleans ] ., Frank H. shorts started to cover Passengers are earnestly requested fit ;j'to
Kimball vs.
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh. A."iD-BOARDING HOUSES A. On ; was very little support of any Citizens N.tion./Sank, promptly report to the general ri i
tor Divorce bears f
noticable while the strong office any inattention to duty or discourtesy -
oune.' Before layIng mat :
< your or
1).. 1906. "PMUaeola nortdKerrljBwtf.
A. *
: of August, heavier 11n s.- Mitchell at New on the part of employees anl
F1a.! out .. I
,.buy a supply of old'newspapers .. ..
Kimball is RL0r.
Frank offered 5.000) ( bales December cot to make specific criticisms of service.
put. underneath and protect It. Only filed 'f....W u.. JUxM-BaWMcm. L.EUtcn OTMS. (: ;
S.ImprOTed bill
and :at this pear to the ;at"id.35!>> but no '01 e, seemed to 0- w."rIP'- JOHN W. IJSADLEY, 1.: :
ed property in all parts of cents..l>> office. 1 in. This order to be << it. A ... *. gAMMtm mVHHtSt TMIVMCTX. Manager. ;;
*.A. Wilson! & Co., Real Estate SOUTHERN-Open all the each week for; eight (8) ather conditions throughout the ,- cV: i'
tana 7, Salisbury building. American and European plan. weeks in The have l'1
the past twenty hours
!CH1PLEY!?:: HOTEJ-Can )' respect summer, Pleasant'") tes. First-class and conven in newspaper CountyA.published M. ) in been heavy quite rains as favorable being reported high winds from I Pensacola'., Si. Indrews and : j

Prop. Special attention to Mrs., T% A4, Bowen," Prop, -Pen. cuit Court By LL G. sections. This coupled with Gulf Co. !
cial Fla. ISapr FlaMay 22. Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Steamship Ji7 : I
travelers. Free sample '' Pensacola forecast for more of the same sort City of .
rooms. Large rooms.,with.. BPTEL. C11IPLEY--op': (Seal) in the next'4S hours made STEAMER TARPON. rf,
U_per day. JLarje and well lighted NOTICE. bears somewhat wary of extend Denomination $1,00000 each. Dated January hat 1906. Maturing January1st ;

BAY HOTEU-Open sight Free<< ..sample<. .roonu Meal. at Notice is hereby given ; their lines. .t 3f. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. ,Interest Payable, SemiAnnually.WE <' W.C.ARIt0WMastsrFflSTCLLB ., "; I i
: Special- attention AND
'to trav
Eurol''An plan. ROOmS hours. legatees distributees, the short Interest in the win OFFEFtFOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN FREIGHT bERVICB .j':
clean. Transient ,trade mec $2.00 per day.. H. Tug- having claims months is enormous goes ,without I t.
5'r ., J3marlni persons AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. -B.twesn$1
Prop f
79 B. '
Palafox. 'J. .S. against the estate of ng and it is'possible that the spec I
Prop ceased. present the 'shorts may te forced to cover PENSACOLA. MOBiLE APALACHI. ,. 4P
f HOT sneads, Board-'j"and" Rooms' two (2) years from those who have sold against the The Peoples Bank of Pensacola COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN'c', ;
Rates $%.00 per day. Nice undersigned who. has : crop as an investment: expect I DREWS. MILLVILLE. 4 I fl' .:

o.pd: beds table the best. J, Table'.boarders OS.W. ters of administration to. buy the actual cotton much Pensacola Fla. And an point on 6t. .Andrews Bay, ; ; .:
;; ,
i5! '$ .: Ttflss Roblnson. 17 j annexo. on the said ; will hardly be scared into I Carrabtlle and Apalaehlcola.SCHEDULE' ] t.
&..TEL VERNON-Rates J2 ; JOHN. until something more sub- I .J. 'T
Special) rate by week. PUBA-aWJT' .;ROOMS to rent Administrator. cum in the :way of crop damage Leave Fe&tacota tfuodav, ':.0 9, j i' .I
tentioa to traveling men. ,. privilege of:,light housekeeping- r June 27th. 1906. has yet occurred turns up. H. B. for Mobile AlL ,
P;e room. Mrs. J. P. W. Chase.St CREW market is dult'and has a boll- I Leave Pensacola. Tuesday S:>9 .. ; : I
laapr. RENT- -One. or\\two newly fur. Neither the look. The bureau caused a mo r n. for St. ADdreW'.. MillrlUe. Apa. t ;
-kARINE j front, southern: expos er nor scare.. It is generally recog- .:lacnlcola, CarrabelU and intermediate r;
G'ES AND STATlON ; with privilege! of ,phone.. Loca- a'.Br': ss. on all ides that the crop has --l po lata. .- : ':-:!

we and 1flgimie5 are engines for Send the sale.simpliest on for Wonder:the :newspaper'desirable 422 W. Gregory..near'bD:3lness at yvejcent, : _:* ISmaylwi a bundle cen.contracted- will'by.' the be crew J.. .there.'Spots is greatly very were will little since be nrm'at business the markets quotations June being re,in I. Phone;f: :: ; ;;f ;; f.. I I .For B.O COBB.additional Q. ITC. and,formation J.Pus.B. SAUNDSR&EL Ag Pri634t..apply &..jTSt-- t j-" : '.t. ,.''' ;,i j 1 1I

454* Banks&77. Pensacola. $ ; nice.. this-office.-- ,They,,..:..are,.. all clean. GULF TRANIT Consignee.CO, country There tomorrow, no July 4th. ,.-. .. .. .. .. ...... ...-. ..... ..-....-.-....-........O'.O'O'O' ....v I Pensacoia. J' t.' .:i:

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THE f pEN_ Acov4: iOU_ fi AL' 0, WEONESOAY, _MORNING,. JULY. 4, 1901 ,E
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': : Our. Ice Cream Is.IOO' PerCent SIXTY TON ICE And many other painful and serions ; ;. :

PEOPLE and EVENTS Pure PLANT AT MILTON L RISING I ailments from which most mothers r

suffer;can be by the use ofBREAST :
There's not a'particle of- adulteration *lfloft! '$ Frfetl. great remedy .

I Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and .from >the in.IU pore Its rich richness pacturized CI1.IZ: PLEASED THAT NEW. I is them a God-send through to their women most, carrying critical 1 4,

cream from one of the best Jersey INDUSTRY,IS, AT LAST IN

Tarry <# Women and Society Here .and farms In the south Its OPERATION ordeal with safety and no pain.
Elsewhere -NEWS '
No who
smoothness and pleasant taste woman uses 'Mother's Friend" need fear the sufferingand

comes from the .way it Is made. NOTES. danger,incident to>birth; for it robs the ordeal'of its horror '

M LYElIE BEe' T.,.,..... 669. The flavors'are absolutely pure' ,and insures safety,to life of mother and child,and leaves her in -

.. UUM3 and every' vessel used in";making Special to The Journal. a condition more favorable to speedy'"recovery. The child is -:

it is thoroughly sterilized Milton,July 3.-The town of Milton also healthy, strong and -
MISS BAZZEUl ENTERTAINS ; Special. attention paid to orders is rejo'<:ing over the fact that Mr. S. srood natured. Our book .
A FEW FRIENDS ON THE BAY,' I 7heJourno'sDoi/Y Fashion Feature. I for the home ,and for picnics G. Collins has completed and put in M OTHER.S, 1 a
Motherhood is worth
:Miss! Jeannette Bazzell entertaineda operation an ice factory that would do ..
few friends last night on the.baya ;: credit to,a much larger place than I its weight in gold to every
the beach.enjoying bathing i this. 'The bullding'is. just opposite the j
and a delicious chowder; ';. COFFEE* depot, and is very large and 'roomy. woman, and will be sent free in plain :J

Miss Bazzell was ably, assisted in Hot Biscuits 4 and Rolls every. A part will! be used for other pur envelope by addressing application to F RI E N D : '
entertaining by her brother and sister at.5 o'clock. poses. Its capacity is sixty tons per
Mr. George Bazzell 'and Miss 'Etta .morning day. This factory fills a long felt Bradfield Regulator Co. Atlanta,Ga.Whitelluckuothes.

Bazzell, and her guests' were, 'Miss 1t 1\\ want as ice is. cheaper more plentifuland
Nina T:rise and' her guest Miss Robertson always at hand.- .
of Alabama, Miss Florence Mr, and Mrs. J. Harry Dey are
BYrnes Miss Marion Oldimxon Miss I Kandy Kitchen Cafe.. spending their honeymoon with their! ,1
juke! Bieblghaueer. Miss Genevieve \ i parents Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dey. They
FhuttieworthMiss Katie Cusachs, : 104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 i iI are accompanied by :hiss: Ora Thamesof "J
Miss Mary Pine. Mr. E. Ti Davis Mr. : Greenville one of the attendants
C R. Yager :Mr. Sullivan Mr. Marco and Mrs. Dr. Bruner and little daughter -
White Mr. Eddie' White, :Mr. Glenn of Evergreen. They were met at .
Wright 'Mr.rthur Johnsonof I the depot with a special carriage decorated .
Indiana Mr. Clarence Wright of Escambia Pressing Club for the occasion :Mr. and
Chicago, Mr. Sandusfcy, Mr. Ben King, Mrs. F. E.: ,Del and Misses Carrie and i
}Ir. John Gunn Mr. A. T. Peacock.Mr. ( I Edith attended the marriage in Evergreen FOR MEN ,.
Dyeing, and
Gam Gonzalez Mr. Ed. Myers, (1 H : I and ladies' Pressing ofgentlemen's and also returned with the
( Clothing. Club
Robert / bridal .
and Mr. Hargiss. I party.Another t
rates only $1.00 .per month. We cal "
The party was. chaperoned by :Mrs.:; : for and deliver all work. No. 8 launch ride was enjojfcd; by r
William Bazzell Mr. and Mrs T. Intendencia. E. several couples Tuesday night. The We have just received a large line of Men's !

Ilaynes. I / HI WALTER Sellx's MAULTON Old Stand.& CO., 'Props where destination the party was enjoyed Robinson's a bath Point'and _White Duck Coats and Trousers which were -
TWO TYPES OF MEN returned about midnight. -
:Mrs. A. S. Harrison of the City Hotel '
RIPE FOR EXTINCTION.for delayed in tranSit On account of the lateness
returned., to Milton from Florala] .
impudent selfishness, cold morrow'night for her old home
Hooded impudence, and criminal carelessness on-thefludson New York. NY8Ci.1 this daU'ghter morning VTo'.a.! accompanied. by her of the season we will offer these goods at the
few human creatures surpass Higgins will join them and all go fora
two types of "likenesses of visit to his mother in Maine and The ladies of the Presbyterian following reduced prices. ,
Churoh. are
nen" who infect Pensacola.One then to the mountains of Vermont getting up a Cook Book. _
which will soon< be on sale. It is teeming
Is'tthe wheelman. The nine- where they will remain till October or
.. machine and-one(enthhumansort. 'with the tenths
And that includes" nine-tenths I, number have been spoken for. White Duck Trousers, $1.50 value, L- __.._:_____$U29 ,

of the bifurcated creatures who ride I ,Mrs. N. Cuyler McMillan! is able to Mrs.'Emma Monroe Jernigan is still
wheels. They are unmitigated be out after. several days illness. Improving; White Duck Coats, $1.00 value, at______ _____________89c .,
nuisances. No person nor place is -+- ''Mrs. Rabb Williams and daughter ,

sacred from, their :profane intrusion. Mrs. -"Jim"! ,.KcCaskell and five Xonie, are visiting in Mobile. White Duck Coats, $1.25 value, at-___________._____$I.OO
They not only<'ride straight ahead regardless I children of Selma Ala, have arrivedon Mrs F. A. Sweet was shaking hands ,

of any possible rights of pedestrians a visit to hif father'Mr. J.'K. McCaskell with friends In our town Thursday.McDongali'e WhIte Duck Coats, $1.50 value, at__________________$1.29 :
but they leave theirwheelsthe and family 834 East Jackson. new store on the ma-'n .
external and infernal ones on T4 > street Is rapidly going up and Is a vasimprovement One lot bar
50c at
grade 35c :
that thoroughfare. aprons, ---------__________ ,
the sidewalk, leaned against outer The many friends of Mrs. T. V
and inner walls, obstructing hallways Kessler regret'eitremely that she is OCr. William Mllligan formerly a One lot waiters 50c at : :
resident of Milton of Andalusiawas aprons, grade, ____ 35c .
doorways stairways and -:especially still suffering and unable to leave now -- --------- r

anywhere and everywherethey home. Few women would be as gn in town today. :-: .
have no business no rights and era nil y missed in. society and in In the absence of Mrs. Harr&on. 150 pair Men's Wash Trousers, absolutely fast colors, :

from which they and their wheels: philanthropic cork and .it is to be Misses charge.Diden of the and City Archibald hotel. hake had best quality Cheviot,' regular $1.50 grade, now____$1.25 ; P! .
should be pitched bodily on every paSsble toped that she .will soon have her
occasion which a view to landIng health entirely Restored. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fisher have .
both surface that insures irreparable I just :completed and moved Into their These '
on a BISHOP SLIPS COOL AND COMFORTABLE. goods are well made and we guarvantce '. f
breakage.- : Miss Clara Jenson of Chicago the pretty new cottage on Etecambia street '' .

-Th-other .isthe'likeness of a man I The mothers who make .a ;study of slip gathers into' beading of fine em- accomplish young singer, who came The KnIghts of Pythias are countingon every article to give perfect satisfaction. .:;. t:
who slinks along a sidewalk so close their children wardrobe declare there: broidery finished with a frill of lace. to the bedside of her' sick uncle Mr. having a big time on the 4th of: .
to the walls, and at night especiallyto I I lIs nothing quite' so Satisfactory from' The beading Is ribbon run and. ties L. J. Jenson of East Hill about three July at the Odd Fellows Pavilion at .
lighted doorways, that he is an point:as the little bishop! slips of in to fit the neck.: Mothers find this weeks ago, is;still here and it is hoped .Oakland. They will be Joined' by an >
offense to any one standing therein.j soft nainsook handkerchief linen,: an especially:. satisfactory arrangement the general'public- will have,the privI- excursion from ;Pensacola. An old .
He is usually well dressed and is I i untrimmed save for a neck"and sleeve ,because of the ease with which lege of heariaz'.her beautiful voice in time basket picnic dinner will be. i .
sometimes permitted to mingle with J finish of fine lace'or.soft embroidery. the wlde-necke'd'g rment is clipped on. pgng. 'before sloe. leaves, served on.the grounds. (Messrs. Monroe !I Watson Parker Reese
decent people who have not had an. There are comfortable ,to the last de- Hand-sewing is ..preferred on these i ." Greenwood will be there"with i ..j.
opportunity to observe his peculiarly,I j I fcree for the wearer-are easily put on gowns -particularly in applying the ,Mrs. John E> Stillman entertained: cooling drinks and ice'cream. ..
cowardly -manner, of seeing just now i I and.olf;'and.standth. raYages of the embroidery, the' lace and hemming. a few friends_with an all day bay Comeone: come all and bring your '
close he can approach women or laundry far better than lace trimmed I There*should'be'no'trimmiag whatsoever party Tuesday for Mrs. De&llva'a basket and family Blusic will be furnished Successors to -1
children standing In the. doorways garments. Fine;'soft materials: should on the body of this.little sl'p:not guest. .Mrs White,ot New York. and it will .be an enjoyable af- S. k
business) places. That he is a coward I be ;chosen in, every Instance, as fine!.i even: uctJng! ,'14e broad handgun;hem .- fair. GREEN & WATSON. ".
,i9--even.: (-' ,fIt I i and soft as thee parents' income will being the only finish considered: correct .-] xMr.-aixl-.aira:.-Beverly.. Ward are receiving" The ladies of.the. ,Method>t church I
he is'not a thief It is because he- warrant. This little sacque shaped.. felfcftatlons on the birth of a met at ftlrs. ,McLeods Tuesday afternoon I
lacks the courage of his,, convictions I r little daughter'named Beverly Aline. for the purpose of quilting. In
end if he Is not murdered it is be-]. : 's. the middle of the afternoon the host. .
cause his victims are unprepared to ly to every woman or girl iir group. Mrs. White, Mrs,H. G: DsSilva, Mrs. '3+Irs.lldwinsKing- left Monday night ess refreshed the quitters with watermelon -
hoot or spear Dim and, of course, areaways of.'women-or passes as .they W. J. Forbes, .Mrs. Hal Forbes Mrs. to- spend the summer_with her parents ; after which they all worked
: too weak physically to knock i stand in doorways .opening on the Bleeker Forbes; Mrs. John E. Still- .in Pougtkeepsle, N. Y., with 'a' will till time to adjourn. The+
him down. \. |I' -" man Mrs. T. F''.-'McQour i. Mrs >Fred r* v t, money .'obtained from quilting: will go PURE DRUGS
He is not only a sneak and a street W. Marsh, Mrs l QhjuC..\AYery. Mrs. Mrs. ).,N.,i igwi KJnr:who expected towards buying 'carpet for the new y 4
coward but he is intelligent enoughfor :" Both these types" ,are :a, enable to John B. 'Jones:! ,"'Miss'Fannie Caldwell. to leave"Tuesday for Kentucky, was church 'which will soon be ready for
self-preservation and knows thereis legal authority. Mrs.Lavoiser-Lamar: :. tot New :Orleans detained by the sudden illness of :Mr. dedication. It has been two years /
not a real man living who would The first .is so absolutely monarchof ), MrsV.: _Ci H: Dishman Miss King:who wtuf quite ill,- but it is now since the old church was burned. I ARE AS IMPORTANTAS ,
rot break every bone In his hideous all he surveys that a policeman has Julia. Whiting, Miss Mattle Whiting hoped that he will be out in a few Mr. and.MJs.. Gus Campbe'.l! and j
body if he dared to approach as closely no terrors .for.him. And he has so Miss Alice' Kessler, Mrs,'Frant Tay days children of DeFunlak are the guests PURE FOODS : "

to one of.them as he does habitual long been immune from reasonable lor, .Mrs., W. K. llyer, 'Jr, Mrs. William of Dr. and Mrs. McKlnnon.! ,.' .,..

I restraint that the,. arresting officers Johnson and ,,Mrs. Frank .M. Mr. and Mrs. F. F* Bingham who Mrs. E. L. MoDaniel has just return .
: themselves have been seen to sidestep Dunn. haTe'been'spendinc'a portion of etch ed from McDavid where she was visiting ,-

to avoid "stumbling'over, wheels T week in their new'summer cottage at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
left on sidewalks, the gutters, at Little Colette the lovely and interesting Flsherville are 'JIOW.cettled there for McDavId. .
streets crossings and at the doorwaysand four yours'old daughter of 11:'. the! season. L. C; Rhoda and wife who have beenvisItiug Only the highest grade of chemically :;
in the halls of public places. and Mrs. George'':Maher is much improved their parents Mr. and Mrs. L. 3
Until July 10 And one high official was seen by this after a ,three weekS illness,'lo 1!. 'Rhoda, have returned to their pure drugs are sold by us and z .
3lr: Mrs. EL Motta. and family
writer to pick up a wheel and replaceit the great of her r .
after it had been stumbled.over and. friends. Joy parents and, who have spent the last month at home in St. Louis. used in fi11 prescriptions. Every .:
Milton's electric lights are gradually -
knocked from, its 'slant'gi.inst the' 1 Warrington. have returned to their: increasing also several houses have prescription filled here is double- 1
town house ,
door of a.,prominent bank. (Mr. William' .
Thompson and -
da.ugh'i been and being wired.
The other is"n.ot ubiquitous. His ter Miss Ella of Mobile .checked so that no error can possi- .
Camela are visiting: "Mr. J. J. Sullivan and daughter Miss Work on Dr Mill's new home is going .'
name is not,even legion; fortunately.But Mrs. D. M.. Gray on East HIlL '
he is all .too frequent. He is vile .... Dora, left Sunday for New Yorkwhere merrily-on.- bly be made.. ;
will have yon lieard the Tampa's new
the young lady go' undera
and is fair "to'mention'him MrsJulia
it. hardly
Mooney and children .
'specialist's care. whistler It doesn't sound like the .
on the same'page with even.a criminally leave Saturday a fifteen. days outing old squeak. i
careless; whcelman.! But they.aretw'o' at Duncan's fame .
extreme : both camp. June the *Blue Ribbon":: month;: Hamilton. R. Bell left Mondayfor, :
'Dusances"and' are .
...;< sales of Blue Ribbon! Lemon and Vanilla the Transvaal where be will engagein f
AsparagusReduced for extinction. airs V.-.P. ;
wipe :
.:+ I : Mcyoy and baby daughter extracts; greatest ever known. I' farm! g.- It won't be like Florida .
: Garner! : nt., left last evening for agriculture but he will have the best
PROMINENT I EDUCATOROFF I Apalachicola to spend three months wishes of the friends he leavesbehind.J. W. A. D'AlembertfeDRUGGIST
FOR A VACATION.Mrs. j: with her parents. Her sister MissLena D: CNew1onmanager of the

E, J.. .Wilson.leaves: to-day Yent went as far as DeFunlak. I ri COTTAGE HILL I Chaffin store,Is out ''n a nice card AND APOTHECARYNo.
to 30c noon for Washington. D.. C:, to spend near which schooL place she will teach a : announcing the purchase of the business
the summer I by Messrs. Fisher and Hamilton. 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109
Mrs. Wilson,who is principal of the 1] ,Bernard : The card bespeaks the kind considera-
Per 3 lb. Tin Public School on Garden, known as'.'! Mr. B.. S.- and family are tion of the former. patrons of the Chaf- Let us fill 1 your prescriptions. We hue fillil over two hundred thousand
"Old No. '2," Is ,one. of'the. most efficient now comfortably located al the Dish- Special To The Journal. fin store 'for the'succeeding I'rm. L since we have been in business.
educators in the city and one man CamP. 'on ,the bayshore having Cottage H1L July 3.-MIss Aggie Fisher and Hamilton will occupy the
< of. the best beloved. ceJ.I moved In:yesterday and will- be there Clarkson of Birmingham, Ala. is vir newly fitted building opposite the
For more ,than,3 -quaTter'of a all the season. ting. Mrs. Caffey the home of Mr. court house and which! the Chaffin
tury Mrs. Wilson.ha3 been teachingthe is and" M rs. McCullough. store expected to occupy. !IJ The Jeweler, is now in his new stand at
Material being placed for the
young idea how to shoot and Mr. H. C. King of Pensacoa! waa DAVIS
construction "of Mr John Pfeiffer's Coe's Book Store in the Brent Build.
many of the..younger and .more successful a guest at Mr. Finches last Sunday. I e new
Former price busin ss men. in Pensacola;,handsome new home on.. North Hill Miss S'usie' Wfoitfc is visiting relatives 'I.
PLNSACOLACLASSICAL All repair work engraving given attention
Mr. Avant's prompt
proudly assert that she taught their,adjoining. residence. and friends in Bay Mlnette!, Ala., _
ideas to aim straight, right along and last week. '
was 40 cents.: gave them their -first,. aid" upward J :ilr. and Mrs. Lucius Wittich, Jr': _./Mr. and Mrs. Alec Waters left last SCHOOL NN1tHN' N NN N'"
That she may, vacation In are off on an outing. j Tuesday to' spend the summer with
the national capital and, return "safe-j 4. i relatives and friends in Indiana and IFurniturefor r r f r' '
Lay in Mrs. J. Walter Higgins and little
a supply ly to resume her position at.the head! Iowa., i all the PeopleThe 1
daughter Marcia, expect to" leave to- SCHOOL FOR BOYS -i ii
of the school in the:fail, will be the I Mr. 'Reeve was in the city on business PREPARATORY": !
united wish, of"all her'pupils! and her Saturday. Y AND GIRLS.
now i a hosts of other'friends. "\ .Mrs. Bryan of Roberts, visited
..' friends here Thursday., Seventh. Annual Session Begins Sept. i rpentation of the furniture we sell Is thoroughly es ;

most deliciousand MRS.' J. WALTER HIGGINS lira" W. H. Smith and, daughter, 11, 1908. t tablished. The fame of 'Marston & Quina furniture has .i :
.1 t
ENTERTAt N EOA T. BRIDGE SHIRTS 'MIss.Nina, attended the picnic at Mag gone abroad in the land and wherever known its excel '
FCR MRS. WILLIAM_ ,WHITE DllI&'Bluft Thursday evening. This school limits the number of
palatablesummer 01 rs. ,J. Walter.' Higgins entertained .-Care and Attention. Miss Level,of Gulf Point is spending pupils received to such as can be t lent qualities' are appreciated by people of discrtminat- +
charmingly'' ,bridge Monday after-., week or so with her cousin. Miss taught thoroughly. lug taste. But, while It 1 fa a fact that we have a reputation 4

noon at the'Country Club for Mrs. We pride ourselves the care Rebecca Beall,' enjoying the country It prepares for entrance to our leadn : for Fine Furniture, the other fact that we have Z ';, -
.food William While *6f' New York, sistei', and attention yourshirts,- .collars air. *' universities and technical school MEDIUM PRICED Furniture TOO. must be borne in : ;: '

and guest V Mrs. H. GDeSilva_ I and cuffs' receive in our, Mr.-and Mrs. Nichols of Pensacda and for Intelligent, useful citizenship.The mind. When we say we meet all tastes, we emphasize Z :'
There were five tables and the laundry: It's the careful handling spent Sunday with their relatives Mr. thoroughness of its instructionIs i t ;
game was' interesting to'all, resultingin that enables your \linensto and Mrs. Lason. best attested,by the records:of it* the fact that all purses too. The. needs of the : .

the first ..prize a. handsome crater make';so many more trips to Mr. L Cohn. .of Chicago was a tras- students who have entered our leadIn furniture' buyer; whether for mansion or cottage are bet- t j -
glass vase Frank Taylor., 1 possible. is therefore econo- ,Constable W..H. Smith took a prIs- where they have entered for cone; West. Florida.: We.1 make 'this statement with the full appreciation : *
A lovely cut glass vase was presentedto my to have them sent here for oner to the city Saturday. giate' work' they have been admittedto ; fs IK
Sol Cahn. i& GO.T the gnest-of.honor.Mrs.-White and laundering. Our. wagon will Miss Perdue, of Roberts.,visited her the sophamore class. 1 of iti-meantag. This Is, indeed, a furniture i'

the booby Irs.. Hal Forbes'' call any time. aunt Thursday. Instructors trained In our leading store. for alLtbe' people. j. x
This was an exquisite tinted photograph Master Willie Wiggins spent Sunday educational Institutions. Laboratories .

Pure Food Store, of Maine scenery. :/and a gem-in The Star Steam inPtne Barren. of science for student experimentwork. I
its way. i One of the best equipped ichooljymnasituns' ,
;A refreshing course. of ice cream FOR SALE. in the south.: MARSTON&QUINA i
Southwest Comer Palsies and UUndencU. tad cake was delightfully l served anJthe'guesta Laundry. 'catalogue .and further Infoma- =r
returned p" town on the SHOWCASES,WALL CASES AND For "
3T'E & 4n at. Ph. ., 108/110 PalaF lx Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. :
vnen.s'IJ 8 1:30 car. n" 111Ptnucola. SAFES. APPLY OR ADDRESS P. tion address. S. St. ,

...... hostess Those Mrs.present, :aiere her'nonoreej:,<|. besides: the Fine PENACOLA LINOENSTRUTH, !Lk, :THE. JEWELER, H. CLAY ARMSTRONG 903 N. Spring, Prin..St. !........ .. ;. ......

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'Of DR1 HIRAM ,, ,f' :, 'j. '

of f olumbus.G.a.,Board OFFICERS 0 FOR SALE t. '>"'iI]

fo Trade Enthusiastic :Over r HAVE[ ..AMOL"EKA !| ,:'f",.. h;!,

the City's Future. I I (S cunco CENTS smim EACH:ROW I{FOR Him IS sins CENTS I ByRDAssistant We will have. for sale at our stables ;tL y

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FOUNDATION STONEOF MAGNIFICENCE OF HARBOR Tells People State How Health to Get Officer Rid Next '



INDIVIDUAL THE AVERAGE CHARACTER CITIZEN.* OF:' COAST CITIES. !Three Tackled! Black on a :Roof, can furnish you cream in Health. expert Hiram Officer, Byrd has of Florida issued Assistant pamphlet and a Scat mosQuito a car load of Horses from Giles : :, .; } :;

1 and Were Compelled to Club any quantity. m whlcjt he tells of the annoying insects .

J. Ralston Cargill. of guaranteed. Among other things, Dr. Byrd
president the
Hare an Independence day of Board of Trade} of Columbus. Ga., one Him to Make the Arrest PHONE BOSSO.'1326 says::, county Tennessee All healthy I 1i \.
our own give your whole body of the most progressive prosperous SAM Prop. "'How long do mosquitoes live?' Is ,

the rf6ht to feel free. cities of the South and who is a question often asked. It is not easy: < I, '

Here are Clothes that make also connected with a large mercantile Deputy Sheriffs Sanders and Johnson to answer. for the reason, that in con- Stock. Not a' horse l I > '
everybOdY Independent establishment in that city was fn and Police Officer Jttheridge had finement they may not live thei al- western in f

FensacoJa yesterday on business and one of the hardest fights of their US-QUIT-U. loted time. And the span of life la .

The Suit you want is here; be I in company with Secretary w C I careers yesterday afternoon and all KILLS probably greater in some species thin= "i "

independent and see for )-our- Jones, of the Pensacoa! Chamber of were luckly to escape.with'on-IY. few MOSQUITOES161.tCKS others. The stegomyia fasciatus has the bunch. J. --r1? ( :
self. Commerce visited many of the pointsof scratches. The fight was on the roof FOil Items been kept alive for five months. So .

interest in and about the city. of a shed near the union depot, and has the culex. Mr. Smith thinks that '/" :'

20 per cent for cash until July l Mr._ Cargill was seen b>' a Journal so many negroes gathered in the PATENT-APPLIED FOR the average life of our commoner << ::
I representative at the .Chamber of streets and witnessed the clubbing of At all Druggists. culices is some three'or four weaks

I Commerce rooms soon after his return the black that the officers afterwards MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.. and that anopheles live somewhat! '

I, from the trip about the city, an" had some trouble in clearing away the Jacksonville. Fla. longer. It is certain that they livelong PENSACOLA LIVERY STABLE :: 'i ;

14th.fiflflMRD talked commercial enthusiastically of the wonderful crowd. -._,- enough, and to that reproduce they breed theIr fact offspring -
advantages of the Deep Peter Peterson, a, turpentine negro, .
Water City of the Gulf! and of the was the cause of the excitement. He IUIORPHINA-CURA I enough to maintain the abundance, \

great progress that is being made in was drinking and climbed on top of a B VI and that they bite often enough to '
$2,00 PER BOTTLE ** transmit disease. And these are, after 12. and 14 West\ Intendencia Street.ELECTRICLIGHTS i :
WTHESEH-I the development of West Florida. shed over the sidewalk near Norman'sbar An infallible l remedy for the cur of Drug Habits of ad kind I .
TensacoJa is a city with a wonderful -I from where he proceeded to spit far Sent poitptid it$2 internal per bottl. Morphint-Curt M prepared. all, the, vital facts.Reproduce ;',' t' .
Hjrpadenwc or UM. DtltaCham.Co-.St.Loui
.future said Mr. Cargill, "and upon every one who passed. Officer I
there is limit to For sale by W. H. White & Co. "Mosquitoes like most other Insects I /
no its commercial
Ethridge in trying to make the man
possibilities, Pensacoia t and, indeed most of the lower, /J.: ;
bay is one organisms, reproduce very rapidly
most magnificent bodies of water About this time the two deputy sherIffs I

\White 1 have ever seen and, as Mr. Jones passed in.a buggy and st:>ppe1. and earth would in a, very if unchecked little while.overrun But the nature Remind you of all other kind of lights. Because they '- ) i :
BarberShop has advised
me exceeded The negro refused to come down I QUINCY J II provides checks and counterchecks all of them. Do it "> ',. '
depth of water by only two harbors en I and a step ladder was procured-and all> surpass_ now. .

Put in same Face: .. .. .. .... .. the entire eastern seaboard of the three climbed upon the roof, where for such rapid multiplication.that Fans, lights, bells. Everything electrical.PENSACOLA .;, ?
The white barbers, formerly of 36 j United States it is bound to be, eventually they, clinched with the negro: Several Whether there are any creatures I 0

S. Palafox St. are now located at No., one of the' most important In times the deputies narrowly escapI prey upon the eggs or cent not, it of is them certain -i, ELECTRIC: COMPANY ; '.J::
: that large
S E. Government St,.next to Western tne country. i 1 being thrown from the roof or-fall Special to, The 'Journal. a per .

tsoL: The Natural Outlet. I I led and as the negro was fighting,they Quincy. July 3.-On last Monday never stage hatch.they In have the larval many enemies.or wriggler -I 502 S. Bayl,," St. Phone 57O. I:.
"Another thing that will tend to' .
drew their
revolvers and used the evening Company: A.of the fire depart Minnows eat them, the larvae of dragon I "'. I "
build the is fact -I :
up port the that Pen t '
butts thereof as clubs. The ngrofinally .
OSCAR E. beetles eat disease i
MAURA meat pleasant flies and
s cola is the natural outlet for the gave a very picnic
STOCK AND fell, with the officers on top, them and I need have terrors for :
BOND BROKER.Stocks. attacks them, fungi get on no you 'f. ,'
products of the strict: I/lian
Birmingham and they succeeded in getting the Springs. !Among those present
Bonds and Securities Bough t and Sold. kill them they die for lack of food;1 WASH DAY '
which Is deve'oping! and ; if send t .
12 Government St. P. O. Box 154 by leaps handcuffs upon him. were Captain and Mrs. Williamson, theysometimes eat one another; you your washing to '" :

bounds.have Birmingham a population will of unquestionably 500,000 before --,' 'During the melee Haywood Pearson Mrs. A. D. COvington, Mr. and Mrs. J. I they get entangled in the threads of The New Method Laundry, :t ';
another climbed the .1
COTTRELL.FINE many years, and the immense negro, on L. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Key, spirogyra or under floating leaves and PHONE 1188 E.W. LAWRENCE. Prop. o.8 WEST ROMANST. ; : ':
roof and took hand in the fight. He .
a dries before ..
PHOTOGRAPHS. Mr. and Mrs. Wfedeles, far. and Mr drown. The water up -4' :
products of that region will find in :
caught Deputy Johnson the latter t
as and millions of them : :
outlet A. J. Stein Mrs. A. L. Wilson Mrs T. they are grown '
the Gulf
Pensacola. Fla. to through the port
of Pensacola." was about to strike Peterson, and then D. Ellis Miss Lily Gossett Mils Sarah perish in this way. Finally, when they

; grasped Officer Eth /dge. The latter ""Dayls, Mss!: 'Claire Munroe Miss Martin are ready to emerge from the pupa
"What do think of
the gigantic
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS you turned and struck the negro a blow In I cast-off skin serving as a boat
MIss Ettie Bell, ;Miss Maggie ,the The Glorious Fourth T11 T11will
operations that are going on for the, F
Swell the face with his club that felled him
Something. A. Gahlenbeek In Gold 213 S.Jewelry.W. Palafox Si development, St. Joseph of, West and Florida the St.-Apalachicola. Andrews -' a and few afterwards more blows.followed it up with Woodberry Howard, Miss, Miss Mary Thornton Davidson, Miss Messrs.Tallmad'ge Nona. for the' casting and take the place mosquitodies in, frequently :

Bay ?" McDougall, Will Lester i at the, very threshold of exist- : .
country ( The two taken :t :. ..
negroes were finally those that do hatch successfully
TURTON "The entire gulf coast of West Flor- Dick Woodberry, Tom Slappy, Roy ence. And ,
& BELL. 14
from the roof and sent to the :police : now have to take their be fittingly celebrated this year by the ft' ;
Ida Wloodberry Aventt, Jesse Tom
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1570. is developing at a rapid rate aad. Slappy
Kodak SuppHe Finishinj! for Amateurs.R. if would surprise you to- know how station where.charges Woodberry Lee,William Wright, 'Mortimer -: chances among'the dragon flies, bats. ;
them but today it ls understood 'lizards toads:night hawks and a host
railroads outletat Bates. Dr. Strange Chas..'Austin ,
seeking an
are '
many -
: warrants will be issued for them of Columbus
:of other enemies. Knights 'i.iT
some gulf port Why, nearly aU andLee Maura.
K. WHITE in the county courts. "Suppose that some progressive,
the little railroads in Southern G orgla Mr.-and Mrs. Wilson left on Fridayfor f'
Watcllilaker.lluufactunlgl..el.r.. and Graduate. ] and the the well,- Pearson claims that) he went on the their I energetic town desires to get rid of
big are !
ones as country home tear It.Pleasant
Cpticim.30 S. Palaftx ttrsct PemicoU. Fla.TerselyTold roof to assist the officers. it about it? h
mosquitoes, how will go Who will Grand Picnic
doing everything possible to reach the where they expect to spend part give a t J
coast In a few'years big cities will of the summer. Manifestly the first: thing to

be located at Apa'achicola, 'on St.Joseph's ,Mr. Albert;Corry: left on Sunday for what prevailing species are, 4 1906-
Wednesday July
The State J. '
and where they breed. :
bay and on St. Andrews'sbay I LONG HOLLOW Bainbridge o where he-has 'gone into assistance r" ,
but I believe Pensacola will lead theinsurance business. Board of Health may AT ELECTRIC PARK. .ri
them all. here. This determined, It remains to .. J ,
I II I Miss Mc Young and 1\Hss'Josephlne : :
John Sturrock of St Andrews is in control these breeding places. By far
the city to spend the Fourth of July. I Hotel Badly Needed. Denmark who have been the'charming I the greater number will ,be found to We want all to come. You will c .t ::
"One thing that Pensacola badly'n Special to The Journal. I guests of Mrs A. I* WTlson; went on of private .
I vessels water on
A P. Hardee of Milton was in the eds is a first class hotel .I .do not Saturday be neglected
"Long Hollow July 3.-The people of I to Peneaccia,1 where they expect premises such as tanks cistcrns have the time of your life I
city yesterday: on a short business visit rn.ean' to cast any insinuations' upon our community are, trying hard to I : to visit' several weeks before returning troughs, sagging

the hotes now operating, but I mean build a Baptist church, which badly; to- their- homer In. Valdosta. rain barrels watering In On arrival of 3 o'clock address tf
Alderman! A. H. DTA'emberte, whop that Pensacola should have a hostelry i needed. ; I Captain and Mrs. 'Williamson madea gutters. Even the breed water mosquitoes pitcher car, a patriotic : :, ;:::

upon the order of the new hotel at.t flying trip to Bainbridge thIs week. the spar) room may will be delivered the Hon. W. A. Blount Jr. ?-!
nt last week in Cincinnati! and Johnnie the little son of Harry enough to supply the whole household.Let by ;
for instance. A fine hotel 'I'
other points, has returned home. Guifport. Knox is very low w:th fever. Messrs. W. O. Hogge E. A. Har- the council make it the duty of :
would create new life in Pensacola I Mrs. E. J. Brewton who has been grove, F. H. May, B. L. Hall and Dr. citizen to keep his own premises At 3:30: o'clock match game of base ball be- : : ,;
Captain Joe Pine, who is now'mai- within a'year' time""What every t
the of her Mrs. Phillips, returned en Tuesday from a, if
guest sister Henry imposing
of wrigglers, ,
ter of one of the tow boats at Motile do Vpu think of our Commercial Kierce during the past week, left for pleasant trip to Ashtown Arkansas. clear small fine for neglect of tween two of Pensacola's crack teams, the win i.ti'
Is in the city on a visit! of a organization, the Chamber of necessary, a .
(Mr. A. D. I
I her home in Mobile Covington sold his beautiful It effective -
Sunday morning, in order to make -
\ eci; or ten' days to relatives Commerce and. the work that. it is to the regret of the many friends she home this week to Mr: Sutherland this. duty, ning team to receive $25.00 in silver. trl :

Frank R. harford, of Mananna, doing, Mr. Cargill made during her short stay. of Jacksonville for the sum of $12,000 I -Troughs and pitchers and vessels
'I At 5 o'clock the field
United collector of internal "You have a commercial. organ'za- On Thu sday nIght sports begin! : I ; :
States the
deputy ton that ranks with anyIn the Mr. Joel Suggs,'who fell and was Injured King's that can be emptied once a week need 1
revenue, is in the city on business while working on the Blount Daughters gave a very delightful: that only. Cisterns and tanks can be Catching the pig. ;
the work that is being done greasy
connected with his south and cream supper on the ]lawn of Mr. and ;
department.The of building, is able to be out again after screened so that the mosquitoes: can t : .
to advertise the many advantages several days of confinementMr. Mrs A. Watson. : .: It was in the nature -' Or .
eggs. they
them to lay thEir Shoe : ,
get mixing race.
; 1
yacht Water Boy, CaptainHa'desfy Pensacola is certain to bear fruit? ; :
of a free will '
and Mrs H. F. Hurst visit- offerin-g and as the
are be
arrived in port yestefd-iy Mr: talked entertainingly )f can I IEports.
The captain intends locating here and the thriving city,of Columbus Ga., ing their son and daughter here this lawn the refreshments was most attractively decorated "In addition to this let every house- Hurdle race, and many other sensational \. ,.J
week. They will afterwards delicious quite a artificial breeding placea <--
occupy hold have -
for the
establish'ng a marine railway which he referred to as the leading : ; <
repair: and overhauling of ,naptha: city of the south as the D. WSlkerson houseon N' Alcamz large sum was realized. Some of those pall of water set in some shady t"All
launches and vessels of this class. well as one of the most important during the next three months.. present were Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Cor- place in'the yard Mosquitoes will winners will receive,valuable prizes. !. j t ,
?IIr. and Mrs.
A. T.
Hr. S. T. ry
Hunt of Century has Hearin Mr. come to it to deposit their eggs, instead
There will be a church conference trade centers. bought several, Iota here and is,havinga I, and Mrs M. F. Burghard, Mr and Mrs of goiffg to some" place where At 8 o'clock grand prize dance begins, 50 : rr '

Imxedatell: after prayer meeting neat house built wh"ch be will occupy J. w.Bussey, Mrs. W. H. Ide Mrs. J.! they would be difficult to find or get
Wednesday night at the Baptist PERSONAL AND PERTINENT as soon as it is comp ete l E. Davidson, Mrs. W. B. Coi. Mrs_ W at. These traps will catch most of couples taking part, winning couple to receive ,1 i:;

church. The Jrd'g'sup'per will b 3 ITEMS FROM AYCOCK. Mr. McDowell, Century, visited H. Davidson Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dav the eggs to be deposited about the $1O.OOinold. L

celebrated on Sunday next. relatives here last week. I idson, Mrs. George Munroe Mrs. A. J. place. And as they require about ten >

D. C. Williams! va'ued employeeof Soeclal to The JournaL, Mr."Stewart, of Galt City, visited his Key. Mrs. Walston, the Misses Budd days to come to mateurity, the pails

The Steams-driver a Lumber Co. of :Ajcock, July 3.-Mrs. Ina Caswell, daughter, Mrs. Hinote, last week. 'I Miss Minnie White, MiSs Lucy Davis, need only be emptied once a week Grand Fireworks Display ,at 10 o'clock. f/t: ijr"'l

Bagdad has returned from his annual of Pensacoia! is spending a few days Mr, Offie Hurst risited his ster MTss Eula Bates, Miss Martin' Miss and refilled"Selecting t' t. .
several days last week. :Mary Davidson: Miss ,Sarah Davis, -
with her parents here.
vacation: spent with friends: and reltives in Mlsa Bessie McRae Miss Pittman Reduced rates on all railroads. Electric cars w ;; .' r
ia West VirSnla: and Mr Bardaw spent a few. days ;
Extra Pensacola last week. KEEP THE CLOCK FAST. Messrs Angus Hinson, Rabe Love a flat half hour. -r"'l. r:
will now take up his duties with his Ed Hogeiboom of Pensacola, is here Coby, Ray Woodberry, Martimer Bates'and A certain society woman who is noted run every t, t; '.,
coapan Mr. Williams had a very E. C. Love.BAGDAD for her original Ideas on all topics was f ;
Wable time while for a few days visit. A S away. We had'a nice rain yesterday whh! : Value la the Home. on a shopping tour with a friend_one HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS.'t' Jt;; ,L

was badly needed in our part of the In one of the best known hotels in NEWS, ON BRIEF. afternoon. At length she began to feel
Be Ribbon Lemon
sure to Blue
set OF
tired and after a glance In a mir- NOW FOR THE THE BEAUTIFUL TALLULAH. n t ff
and Vanilla extracts. The best that country. 0 this country there is a clock in almost quite
money can buy.ABRAHAM. We are very sorry to s :ty that todav every room in the great building. Each (Bagdad Special To The JournaL ror said to her companion, "I'm perfectly THE LODGE '3 -t
: wedding July3MIss Strata Powers( out, an4} I look a fright ;'
is the first In along tlms! that, a one of these timepieces is run by electricity worn !:
Is spending a few t
has not taken- piace.3lrs. days In Pensacoia so I'm going .to get ,a bat. "Why h' : .
LINCOLN. which keeps them at precisely} this weE k. An up-to-date Hotel with every convenience that Ingenuity could suggest
va* a man. who'against all odds at- AI Hageboom: ; has left for her the same hour minute and second of (Mr .Louis M. Nelson and wife don't you wait until you feel betterr or money command, will be open June the 10th. For rates eta, address : L.,
Home at St. Andrews'g Bay. I were other. "SO I always try on
ta:ned; the highest honor a-man could the clock in the main corridor. Not visiting Mrs E. M. Pooley of Pensa asked the ; '
and then I C. S. TIMBERLAKE '
et in the United States. Ballard's one of them, however, if compared cola ,for a few days. : hats when I look the worst .J. .f'l !
Hon>hocnd Syrup has attained a place THE BASE BALLMATCH AT THE The dance 0 can tell without doubt whether the hat TALLULAH LODGE. GA. ,
', with accurate railroad time. but shows given by Air. Hogebcom :,
aever like KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PICNIC I will suit! not If it looks halfr 0 t i
equalled bv any other remedy -: its hands pointing Just nve minutes and Mr. Stewart at the Bagdad Pavilion me or :

< it is a sure cure for Coughs JULY 4th.PROMISES, TO BE A VERY,' ahead of the exact hour. Friday night proved to be. a,, way decent on me with my hair string --- ----.- -.- -
COdS! Bronchit's! Influenza and all and when rm wearinga
INTERESTING EVENT. TWO VERY' It is trick which has'been tried laf great success. ing In my eyes -
should Plenary! diseases. Every- mother.I STRONG TEAMS HAVE BEEN SELECTED -f; this hotel for a :number.of years for Bagdad had 'a severe thunder and' worried look I am sure It will look THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNJRY I
keep supplied with this wonderful lightning storm yesterday bi no one fine when I am fresh and have a newwave
,_ AND1 $25.Q9 WILL BE I the benefit of patrons as well as for
rough medicine. Sold by all I was injured. on my hair. I always want to "
the employees
J : know' the worst about a hat I can -
I admirable :i I
has worked with results
the best"5.bsUtute =
I The missing of trains and tardiness of ANOTHER WCNDER OF imagine
'f".1 I j jI I SCIENCE. ELEVATION FROM 2. 50. TO 5,000 FEET. 41i
& m*f.t #*JHH ireiH .rif-H." ;' service alike are unknown in this well For Soap.
ordered hostelry, and a simple subterfuge Biology has Proved that Dapdruff is that cannot Goregous Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless
i.1 1 I For those complexions
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, has developed into a most. practical Caused by a Germ. endure soap almond meal will be foundan beautiful waterfalls, pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams 'j4 .

1 CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZE t working system. Science'is doing wonders these day excellent substitute. It should be and lakes, boating, bathing, horse back riding, driving, mountain jj

I This :littletrick somehowseems to in medicine as well as in mechanics. used with warm water and is not only climbing and all indoor amucementg. j
IK STERLING SILVERWARE f have value in the home '
a practical as '
SinceAdam lived the human race has cleansing but Is also refining to the
well as in the public hotel, and It can been troubled with dandruff for : of orris FIVE CHARMING HOTELS.
| ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS which. skin. Formula: Four ounces
be applied equally as well In the matter BO hair has
: preparation heretofore I of
I 1 root In fine powder four ounces TOXAWAY INN Lalie Toxaway FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Fair- 0
: CUT GLASSWARE. of morale money and manners as proved a successful cure until Newbro's of powdered
wheat flour one ounce field. \V H. & C. A. MARTIN 4
I. H. AIKEN. Manager. ,
in the matter of time. Herpicide was put on the market of
one ounce pow-
white eastlle soap Managers.
N now instance, if the :, It is scientific THE FRANKLIN Brevard. A.
would it be, lor a preparation thatkills :I dered borax, ten drops of oil of bitter SAPPHIRE INN. Lake Sapphire 11 '
clocks all through the home were keptfive the germ that makes dandruff or,
fluid drams of oil of bergamot LAMBORN. Manager. HUGH WilLiAMS, Manager.
almonds two
Fine Stationery. I
Engraving aid 0 minutes fast not the actual time- scurf by digging into the scalp to get of tincture of

I : It pieces,.but the machinery which keeps at the the root of the hair where It saps II musk. one Mix fluid well dram and pass through a 1 THE LODGE. Summit of Mt. Toxaway. Mrs.>PATTOX CRISP, Man- Q :f>.
0 vitality; causing itching scalp,
family life running Suppose the break- ager.
failing ,hair, and finally baldness. sieve, rejecting all coarse particles. ,
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention:. fast every morning was ready five minutes Without dandruff hair must grow luxnriantiv. i The hotels are modern, and are noted for perfect service. Address -
before instead of five minutes aft, j either hotel for rates.
It is the only destroyer of Hollow Cbeeks.If :
: er the working members of the house- dandruff the cheeks are hollow It Is because 0 For descriptive. booklet and general Information address J

; hold sat down at the table. It is more For sale by W A.* D'Alemberte the muscleS! have become weak. T* JOHN C. BURROWES. Pre..

l1.L. O. Zadek Jewelry Co likely than not that father and brothers druggist:! and apothecary. 121 South strengthen them wet with cold water The Toxaway Hotel Co. a

: and sisters would leave the houseIn Palafox Street. or send lOc in stamps and rub gently and deeply round and Special rates Toxaway Inn during June. Lak Toxaway N. c. '

j MOBILE, ALA. ., ..I I plenty; of time:to reach their offices for sample] to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit round with a soft Turkish towel _, _
i ."......'. ............. '.." I"I"I. 'ahead of the appointed hour. Mich. ---i--------- ----------- Im1- _-----------------' f'

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L4 PAGE FOUR p --r .. THE- PEN ''ACOCA, _. JOURWAU- DJiEStJlAY- MORNING: .' ". .JULY- 4.1.'. 1905' ..,

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role; and Is now _dropping 'back: toward : ';"1 ..' i: '! 1'i ._.. : ,' : : : ;_. :: : :: ._: ::_.. : : : : : ; .' ioj- ._-._..-'_, i:_:: ; __'-1: DI'

r i Jt. iJtnj J tRa1.! Kara- the glad-equator.that: ,.Uncle Sam,has ' "p. 'o'.S LAWN PARTYUnder ?

settled Taos of on Panama.a lock canal There for is the now,Isth-ai I' Clutter MusicHouse I IThe

.J -- hope that President Roosevelt. may! Auspices of

live to see:Its completion. Music have the ,music-
hold which the Clutter- House pianos upon
DAILY. WEEKLY, SUNDAY.. .. -The theory I is beautiful of an open I
channel from ,the Atlantic to the Pa Y. M. C. A.
:; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY cific ocean; but .I had feared that it I C loving public is the.result of honest.workmanship in every detail. They Auxiliary

...BY... to would dredge underdraln against the the U.caving S. Treasury of utzl: *4 are'great home instruments.-general favorites, especially with parents !i at the spacious lawn

awful chasm and the deposit of those of f

I THE JOURNAL COMPANY., streams which traverse the country g who have children learning to play. Moderate prices and small easy EJI1.l

through which tae strip passes- '

"' There might be more detention payments places any of our pianos within the reach of p acti Hotel EscambiaTbursday

r FRANK L, MAYES President. and General M.n.g.r.X I from too much bottom. ever"shOl.Iing : 1 -
: the, open channel than there wouldbe body. llYevcry-1
-- -
-- I in passing throngs numberless July 6

j f 'MEMBER 'THE ItSSOCJATED'PRESS.. Jocks. -- : ,

Thecity of Salem, Ohio, has closed! I
6 to 10
--- -- .
i :'- -- ---- .JWVL-- p. Q.
a centennial exhibition at which -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Booker T_ Washington. delivered a famous : Oldest Muslo Largest Housa in Music House ,11. .116S.PalafoxSt.Phono 15 Band Concert. Refreshments

L One Tear...............,.....5 W Ono Month.......* ........ 45Z address. :1- Florida I PENSACOLAB. I Stet

; Six' Months.............;I. 2 50 One Week.........;.. ... -ft : :There is an Interesting history W. C. CLUTTER Tres.Clutter, .. 't B. CLUTTER.-.-' Sec. -
l Three Months..... .... .. 1 %5"eekJv: Edition pw _yer..$1 <0( about this beautiful little city which '
was settled by Quakers, on a rolling _mBi__ am JSm
fertile plateau at an elevation; of over .

; The Only Peneacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed &, thousand ".feet above sea. level, It --- MoonlightExcursion
became fiery hot-bed of the antislavery
a -
hound ,
his few days
fine fox a ago
Circulation Statement' Can Be "SeCUI.d.U ASPARAGUS.
and ,
movement wa probablyon
p from the effects of distemper.
the trunk of the
--- line UnJerg.oundrailroad"
Ollie Brewtonr sold some fine watermelons the
Cook TbU Klar t
which The Way to

Office*JOS.end 110 E .5t'' ,Paper*on Saleon Traini ; slaves were over strategically maiiv raa passed away at crowd Pine Barren froth Saurday.Quite TEays Chapel. Vegetable World. Bay

to Is the king of the vegetable -
through Cahada. Asparagus
Government. Phone 1 and at all News Stands. Sunday school are expecting to attend -
3. A slave-holder on chase of his deserted world and it !Is not unlikely that
the picnic at Bluff Springs on -Jby-
i. -- .
-- L r -J-I I chatte" would surely have
the Fourth of .July' the exalted rank of his majesty accounts PALAFOX METHODIST SUNDAY
been mobbed at Salem about the mid-
P PE.'iSAOOlLoFLoRIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1906 die of the 10th century.,. .. I -- for the timidity with which the SCHOOL CLASS, No. 11.
The "Anti-Slavery Bugle" 'was published -: YOUR MIRROR. cooks handle It. The ordinary methodof

-:' there, which passed away with preparing a bunch for the table is i
f of ,that Make' a Friend of It, .a.d, It WID Friday Afternoon July 6
not know of
| Great'is tfic Day we do a paper the death of that: issue. to lay It on Its side in a pot of water
in i the state that editorially endorsesthe i A friend who attended the Teach You Maar Th. .
j- We Celebrate. present system. writes' me that the greatest exposition feature Do you know how to look at yourselfin and boil It. Most folk cat the binders The large and'commodious eraser

Friends( of humanity should b e! was WashrgtoD's'address: of one the looking glass? Not one womanin -'il and allow the stalks to float around in COLUMBIA will be at Palafox wtrf

: The day of the small boy, the toy active and use every endeavor to have! hundred and five minutes.. Booker's a thousand looks Into her mirror In _______ the vessel like derelict logs la a Maine ready for passengers at 4:3t: neo*.

T'pistol;; the giant fire cracker, burned this cancerous growth on the bod,) manner of speech reminded tim of! the right way. freshet When served, ,the tips are as The boat will leave at 5 clock, goaj!

:fingers and singed eyebrows 1* with politic of the state cut off by',the legislative the once silver-tongued Henry, Ward The most, important thing about a mush while the stalks are too hard for direct to the Life Saving StatIon KI
I knife. Beecter. mastication. This is criminal negligence returning in time for cars
f"s once more and ,great will bs the mirror to have it where UW light win
T OO. MCMILLAN.DeFUNIAK worse, it is criminal ignorance. Refreshments on board.
t celebration: thereof throughout the >>- >>...HH..... I _ _ fall upon It. Most mirrors: are too high. It takes; five years to get an aspara- ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS.
;* length and breadth of the land. Incidentally C and they are too obscure.
bed started and the roots are
# it i is the anniversary of the GREAT POPULAR1TYOFWILLIAMJ.BRYAN: ,_ Place the dresser where the li bt will 44 gluttons gus requiring a vast amount of

r: of the Declaration of *:11 fall upon It. It possible let tie light
signing Indcpen1 I_ I I rich food assiduous care and constant
*: fall from both sides full the
dence but that occurred so long agoA upon glass. Mr. 'Farveoa -GQin< to church on attention a meal of It is entitled to
New York Herald. If this Is out of the question, do the bjcralnrl MOONLIGHTEXCURSION
that It is only recalled by the clarion next best thing let it ,fall upon one J Mrs. Parremsxe-No. TV cot a headacna. our highest respect
ifc voiced orators who annually devote "",*,I .HHi'-. side Now make arrangements Mr. Parv nu -Then call the butler and Buy an agateware or porcelain pot
to light
Special to, The Journal. end him.. Tt family should! be repre
their six inches in diameter and nine inches
energies to making tie eagle
g the other side of the glass. 1 tented.
t It is not safe to make predictionstwo DeFuniak Springs, July 3.-Corn:. sld -_ hij i. Place the bound bunch of grass
scream. ,At each
To dresser there.may .
Mrs. P. D. sfjhe
Seville. Sunday morning .
: .
years In advance, pt the event. w- -- therein on/end< first having trimmedthe
; It's really too bad that the man who: : a son; to Mrs. Andrew Prescott, be fastenedpflflittl brackets! and '-
9 -
tout present indications are that W. J. bottom even and square.. If the
invented a daughter to Mrs. Percy Smith a upon these'a: good slaed
L Fourths of July cannot be ; can .
Bryan be the next democratic candidate H bunch Is seven Incbes high pour in water
: -by-
daughter. All doing welL d le. This will
\: with us to-day so we could.. give him for.the presidency. ., Mr. give light enough for until only two tncbes: of the tips
{ E. W. Tharp left for
Monday I dressing oneself,- and the candles will
; a few pointers the day FhoulJ His wonderful ,recent rise In popu-j Greenville, Ala.. where he was married burn remain above the surface-tfcat is, give LADIES' MISSIONARY SOCIETY
a long time.*
P be lar favor Is making real as, well as it five inches water. Then let It
observed and demonstrate that the to Miss Flora Seale of that place. LOt

!:_ old, fogies who held it in reverence The would-be democrats political of four leaders states"elt in formal up." The bride is a sister of Mrs. J, E .I. her The looking woman-wbo glass will'makes find a friend that ,she of r,boil and boil and boll until me stalks FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

: ':Were back numbers from the word go. convention have named him: as' the ,Northcutt.' learns something" day For are perfectly tender. Pierce them with
The Misses.Annie Burke and Loney every one a fork to find oat The tips will In the
I Just think of how much fun they candidate, and other statesthrough\ S Landrum thing it will:ebqw her the direction and .
in few visit
leave to
a days meantime be cooked by the steam and
nissed: when. Instead of whooping, 'er- larly their indorsed county conventions him. have simi-j relatives at Alpine Texas. the fault of erfigure. If she Is Inclined will be firm, jet leader, when served. JULY 4

1 up and painting the town a violot. ,!Mr. I* W. Plant returned from to be large blow the belt line Then wilHiave-a delicious -
Extracts from The Press the you
1 Grayton Beach but he is not I she will soon know it, or if her hips
carmine, they were satisfied to ring a, United States" in another column on Monday I each ctalk audHlp a morsel fit for
as well as he would wish. are too big or her,.figure too flat it will Steamer MONARCH will leave "a1afoz
!: cracked bell, fire off an old anvil once' this page fairly reflect the spirit in I II gods and goddesses. The stalk is quiteas -

pi twice, and ,then waste valuable' which his candidacy is be'ffg! discussed I I J. C. McKlnnon, who spent last not escape her eye. tasty as the tip yet by the old wharf at 5 p. m and return at l 1"
: weekfwith, his friends in DeFuniak, The woman who h going into the [ p. m. Surf bathing at the Life Say
ume in giving thanks. throughout the country. The chief r method of cooking most of the former
i left for Chicago Saturday night.. matter thoroughly trill arrange her lug Station and a run into the gu.L:
of Mr.
Picnics Not source Bryan's popularity is &; too ,hard ,for mastication by. anything -
If on your life. No red The last regular shoot of Co. K. Refreshments at reasonable
: mirror so that tbe.foil price
light falls
foundID the universal upon
conviction thathe
4.< lemonade and pink ice will take place July 5. It l l less powerful than a rock crnshr. -
Thursday.- FARE-50
cream for it-that is, the fulUeDgth-UlIrro Then CENTS; CHILDREN, 25
is not only able but sincere. "Whenbe .
off e _'- .-New Press.
from last
thenu Oratory? Yes, plenty of 1C was, nominated .-at Chicago ten was put Thursday on she will want iff make full' preparations 1 CENTS.
account of the excursion to Pensacoli
f but not the kind that to-day makes j ears ago on a platform calling for the to see her back. Yon annot be a beauty
though several of the Whitfield sq-iai
old eagle free coinage of silver the conservative unless back is well BE A GOOD LISTENER.
tthe flop his your dressed.UNCOOKED
wings crack -
were out at the range. One Kind or Pbllo..pher. GULF CITY COFFEE CO.
his spurs together and democrats: who repudiated this disastrous number QlckH claim to be pbU09er.. ,
emit a .doctrine against Quite a of DeFuniakerstook ,Ii,: a A Cbarm Which Women Would Do
4 that aM'voted him t advantage of the :low; rates to Sbarp-Well. he 1 -of ODe kind
screech jars
uponthe ears of never qnestionel the sincerity of the EGGS. Quick-What kln.T f Well to Cultivate. ManagerRoasters

,every.nation on.ear h:, .." _., ..,> ,JPan'1 personal :tsovictkma. ; Pensacola last Thursday, on accountof 4: -- Sharp-Why ho u able to take a pnllonphtotl -| The wise I woman Is a good listener Blenders and Shippers of
: t 'ttJ.rI. the. excursions and though the
: "We are' the stuff and can lick ten; sHe then split 'nlr-'partyrand when, They Are.of TaIsas: Food For Crow- view of all trouble except h1IJ as well as a good conversationalist It
t train waa three hours 1ate-owing ,to' owa.
r: times our wejght In red eyed, stripe J four years later' he was again nomi a break down all seem to:have haJa .S' J1a1l4a.n Is much more of an art to draw out Fine CoffeesOUR
nated, Austrian physicUn has called attention best of other than
ti: mountain lions or' African hyenas; so on a' platform declaring ,that good time. the thoughts people
f- let the old bird imperialism, was the paramount issue to be an excursion on the' to the value of uncooked eggs 'It is to converse well oneself. One I COFFEES ARE SOLD BY All
scream. "
i is
chip and reaffirming the as food for; growing-children. Of all GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL
prlnc'ples of the fourth to Glendale,, where, good often meets intelligent persons who
:i en our shoulder, let some one! knock Chicago platorm4he: schism::,was continued ."times are expected. There will be a- the substances found III I the animal organism never enter a room full of people without .

: It off if he dares. and Mr. }McKinley was;r lect. singing contest and, a baseball game albuII cseenu to be the'ona monopolizing the conversation.

t: All hail, the Glorious Fourth. ed.. Democrats who could n6t accept between DeFuniak and Glendale. The; most directly concerned with the phenomena Their faculty for useless chatter is

Mr. Bryan's views either: refrained DeFuniak and Northern will put on a of gr9b 'ald development unlimited, and, their conversation Is Marine Grocery Co.

i That -moonlight schedule": of gas I from voting or cast thelt ballots special for the occasion., Its value as a food is correspondinglygreat liberally interspersed with the pro-

"11' lighting is a delusion and a snare, against him, nevertheless reta'ned! a Last Wednesday in a game of ball and is not:-ufficlently appreciate noun LWell 604, 605 S. Palafox St.
I :When the per-sunailiking, for him. This was increased L- the Clerks beat the Loafers Phone 725. --L: I
lamps are not lightedthc by a scor ed. In the artificial feeding of children bred people have a wholesome -

i-,1it' streets are generally as dark as S which two by' the' cheerfulness with of 14 to 8. : this should be borne In mind. The dislike of talking about themselves. V. J. VIDAL Manager.
years afco he yielded to the ,
?r' Erebus: notwithstanding the schedule contention that the There was a small fire at the CityMeat white of the raw egg is the most avail One never knows how much they I
party needed a We of
Market :Thursday that a L carry a full line Imported and
.,t &oon gave able form in which we can find albumen know what
says the) is due to shin less radical candidate and acquiesced run to the fire boys. Little damage or wonderful sights they Domestic Groceries and ProvlsionaWe :
in the "safe and sane" nomination. and it should be,used in the prep- have seen unless some circumstanceoccurs want
was done. your patronage
1The Through the working of natural:i At a meeting of the school trustees aration of most of the foods for chil to bring |tt out. It is left for ---- -

,. Reprehensible laws unlimited coinage of the white' last week the following teachers dren. After the. usual nursing periodit I- __ the person of few ideas and narrow vision -

-t! metal has been relegated) to the limboof 5 were recommended, for the Walton Is well to add raw ggs to the milk; to keep up a ceaseless chatter. It Do You Want The

t "" Convict Lease System. dead, and "goldx democrats" are Co., High School, for next year: M:-. regularly taken by the child. Free albumen is the occasional traveler who seeks to
:f_: The Journal.has always been in favor shaking hands with the former "freesilver" H. J. Rogers Principal Mrs. H., J. Is one'of the mart easily digeSt. impress upon her friends the fact that

: of using ,the convicts of the advocates and vicing with them Rogers and.Miss Christian Gillis. For ed substances and is rapidly made use .t I. she has seen something of the world. -
i In
:I- upon the roads and indorsing Mr.: Bryan as'the natural the graded school:Miss Lou Cawthca of by the muscle cells. It is a valuable She never misses a chance of speaking
doing away with I and logical candidate of :
a reunited Miss Christian McDonald Miss Maud food for adults as well as for infants I i. u about It. While this is not an unpardonable BEST
reprehensible lease system and is democracy. In _view of the extreme Bin Wlnb.Mrs
'* radicalism Saunders, Miss Annie B. Landrnm and sbould. be freely given in all de-;j Henpeck-Ah. Henry, when Tttt fault it is a disagreeable one,
pleased: to note that the attributed to Mr. Bryan ten Miss Lonnie ,
same view is lvndrum. Miss Mary Ms-
bllitated conditions, -whether from disease gone you'll never jet another wift Ufc. which sometimes causes the inveterate
taken by a majority of the years ago, it is curious to note the frequency Kinnon and Miss Mary I. Campbell I me. -
newspapersiu exhaustion: old hge. talker to be spoken of in terms anything
;; with which he Is now 'referred School will Mr. Henpeck (sotto
j Florida. The Lakeland : open the first Monday. in voce}-1 hope not.
News to .. but complimentary.
03 a. "conservative radical* and "a September.
: :, touched up the convict lease systemIn conservative force." .The fact is that' There will be an Old Maid's Con TOILET 'TIPS.Agoodbleicbfortheakinisaplnch. Fishing Tackle

no uncertain terms in a recent is many of the demands mad in, the: ventlon" Tuesday,night at the Taber .

a sue when it published the- foll wing; dId' Bryan platforms with reference n&cle for the benefit of the Presbj-. The Journal Printed

8"Df the untold to corporations and trusts have been: terian church. of boracic add in the water in which June
and bartarity During 1906
\ii. carried out by the republicans, and I Tennis. Golf. Baseball and Athio &
; practiced yonbathe. : |
in the .,
convict .
the ..
t camps,of this state agitation for government ownership j* a Total of Gooia, the best Phonographs and rt.
only the faintest: : and. operation of the A soft linen cloth which is employed ords. the beat Dog Medicine the bt ;t
echo reaches railways Is;] .
,,-- camps: are located the in public'ear.isolated.districts These rendered almost as obsolete as the silver ,;II L Mc 4\-U) ii I for, no other purpose Is better to use Bicycles, the best Tires the V';t

where the check of public issue by the measures for the!.- when bathing the eyes than a sponge. r 150,525 Typewriters the best Lock and K1

fi" does not interfere wjth the Inhuman opinion raulationanl the prevention of discriminations. Massage with this cream for enlarged Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, ber

methods pursued.' They pores: One ounce of white wax, one : COPIESor Gas Lamp, and last, but not least. t >

presided! over by men selected are as with a rule an :Thus Mr. Bryan while retaining the Special to The Journal. ounce spermaceti. one ounce almond best Roller Skates

eye to brutality of disposition and sympathy and, admiration of the. radical West McDavid July 3.-Mrs. Annie oil one dram violet extract. an Average of Why so to
democrats Hudson and little daughter of
now finds the Madge
their conservaUves -
as slave drivers Tincture_ is breath sweetener -
myrrh a
: Only God and the unfortunate detuns : also flocking to his support. The Chipley are visiting her parents Mr. and few in half F.I B. BRUCE
.of an abominable" really paramount and living issue I is and Mrs. L. C. Brtwton of McDavid. only a drop a ,789
know glass of to make
We water-just enough
the'-uffering Inflicted one that he has'consistently 'advocated don't wonder at our Chumuckla
under the sanc namely the revision .of, correspondent being so newsy. He Is milky lotion are needed.A .
F fL tion, or at least the tolerance of tariff, PENSACOLA F'LORIDAYouOughttoUG
ta-j DAILYThe
:r' state. by which the people are taxed to build, all the time visiting some place. He benzoin bath is excellent to con- I

But enough has leaked up private f:>rtunes. 'The republicans keeps !It the county commissioners j tract the pores. This is made by take

r- and there to ..rCuse.the out here have done nothing to reform this,' iu Santa Rosa county: to build a steel ing a big basin of warm water and : following figures show The Pen
jighteous In
abuse.It bridge' over the river near McDavid sacola Journal's circulation for eacn J
' dignatlon of the dropping a little benzoin into It. There
1 state and it is morally good people certain of thai thisI : presents an issue on which all and if they get in a ,notion to do that should be Just enough to make tea water .I day. during the month of JUDe 1906. :
democrats are united-to : we think our commissioners will with the average number of copies j a Fay.SholesTypewriter
; the next legislature will "say nothing milky
be cal'cJupon of the fact that It : meet them half way. : Al to abolish this Infamous system appeals to an ever It is not how much of the tonic la frequently *r* you working? '
, Mr..J. L. of June 1, 1/00 June
increasing Brewton Milton visited i 16,
:, number ?of 5,900
and_ substitute a plan for the' thoughtful re i i Ferfiy-Oh. no: dad' taken ma la to
employment put on the hair but bow much is rubbed :
his June
of 'the convicts the publicans. Mr. Bryan is sufficiently parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W learn the business that'. alt 2, 5,700 iJune 17, 6,000

.: or some other just on and humane publ'croads : progressive satisfy the most radi-! Prewton near MtDavid last weekJoe Into the scalp that counts. Retipe: i ,.. June 3, 5,900 June 18, .... It Is simple,easy to operate fight rnes'c '
;;! method of cal of democrats and with the return is one of our home raised boys Two ounces of castor oil four ouncesof June 4, ... June 19, 5,750 powerful maaifokler makes but little pdoes '
disposing of these nice
un tor. clear-cut work the key ac&4n aetires. :
the oldest son of his father. He alcohol five six: of oil of June 5, 5,725 June .
of or drops
tunate wards of the state. the conservatives we have the ph''e. succeeded 20 5300 .there are no greasy rods or benrc:..
.t -- Those whose private interests nomenal rising tide of democratic sen in gettingthe contract for rose Put on every night June 6. 5,750 June 21, 5,850 j to keep eleaD. coil the buds or work. EPySboIes ,
timent carrying the mail from Milton Wallace June 7, 5,700 June 22 Typewriter is handsomely =-
:: 'Would be affected by a change-who In his farorwhich promises to to 5350 tsbed.U Curable aDd fully en-racteed
- ," are enriching themselves by make him for' the third time the can in Santa Rosa county. June 8, 5,700 June 23, 5350 You can purchase_F y- holes Typewr-
tt.; the blood and sweat and tears of coining their didate of his party. Mr., and Mrs.,C. Hall of Oak, Grove Some Small HI..... June 9, 5,700 June 24, "6,000 for other cub or on easy payment We t,--

p; fellow'! men into filthy, dollars-In ---- are visiting their daughter Mrs. L. What miss causes in turn amusementand June 10, 6,000 June 25. .... KetOr typewriters correspondence in exchange machine as part ei"r P'

scented re C. Brewton to-day. quarrels? Mischief.AYiat June 11, ...\.. June 26, 5,700: No.6orNo.7rao4el.compIetewfthc.otbier. : ..
and doing.danger, and theyare already The Bonlfay. brothers are prepar. miss Is not always honest 1 June 12, 5303 June 27fc 5,6501! .box oi tools and aa instruction IXK-k '
tip J100.00
g: paid for by these Newspaper interests, articles are : I SAGE LEAVES ing to' start their railroad work.. They MI proprIate.. June 13. 5300 June 23, 5,700,S snd on 17-50 easy per payments ciootft-so of interest.UO.OOJT

in various stateJoura1-, set-appearing ) II,!to have go a through.nice section, [ logging country m miss is l provoking and a ,blunderer June 14,. 5300 June 29, 5,650!S f9000 m.payable 60)and 90 2240(lays-down Interest ad t-lO CT

> tng, forth the btauUea"of the lease Mrs.' ? Mistake. June 15, 5,900' June 30, 5,6001\ 135.00 to responsible parties on ;30 -.:> ,

I System and particularly appealing (-<,) visiting Z.her Ward, from' Mollno, was What miss can'destroy the peace of Total for the month.. ,. 150,525Average open SOJO-Cashwfth account. Order.
parents Mr. and Mrs. H j
the basest. and most selfish sentiments I. Special to Th. JournaL T. home school and nation? Misrule. A Far-Sholes Typewriter wffibe&sent 1I
Enterkin : last
1; by dwelling on the fact that_ Brent July 3. Although 'we have : near Sunday What ttlss wastes time and money? per day.. .. .. request indlridaal to uy reliable -

1 the traffic in flesh and blood saves a had local, showers passing around almost 1. Mr. and Mrs. !ArchieBowman of Misspend., 5,7891 t concern anywhere .or

:-: ff.W'paltry dollars in taxes. dally there has been but one Bogla visited the home of )lr. and What mfcs causes her mother sorrow I hereby certify that the above for our expense.
a tea
,'t That no one may be deceived into' light rain at Cloptonia. on hut Tuesday Mrs. Henry Crabtree, near Mollno ?" Misccnduct.. I statement is cnrrert according to the days'free trial to -
< believing that these articles represent when Pensacola was drenched to records file in prove its worth.
: last Sunday. They were accompanied What miss proves an uncertain correspondent on this office. -
k an ,honest and unprejudiced ,opinion: the bottom.Some .' Your ODD aDd
by. Ir. R. D. Bowman. ?
Misdirect. address wfllbring
v we wish to state that of ,the-
they for th
are 5 country
report Crops in this section,of the country What miss. .?jould the traveler shun? oarbooklet
;:t' most ,part. written by BeD in the'm i. hcaT"y.raIDs, while others living ,near are looking .
ploy of -the Interests affected and report. none.Vegetables. well. good. Cotton is doing Misguide. and fate pie -
.i': : their.-publication secured by paying accumulating: the What miss is unhappy? Misfortune.. She Bad Eatea sme Onee.' Jl r.'Cirodatioo. writing.FayaShoes otwocoioc.
on Mr.
J. C.
Gunter ,
'for them- as_ adve dslng.. This, of 5 market and nobody seems to be starring eating hiscorn..:says, the cOons are What miss is uncivil and ill bred? Pro cbaflngdtab ecUn Employer? -Can you cook enthe ".iI1c4
up. Who
"\1 I coarse does not apply to any edi ROW: -' ,_ him with a coon dog! can supply Misbehave. Coolb-No. ma'am. Sworn to and subscribed before ma *,4___ Majestic Building; ; Ch.caqJJACKSONVILLE

1 t) torial article;. thoagh for,the mattel TM -a.-_- fc-i ratebed" its. northern t Mr. Wiley Bowman 'at. .Bogia lost What miss is untruthful? Misrepre-: i, ,Prwpectfva 'ZmJI107a-na."IT1 give this 2nd 4&1.of July. 190&. ) FLA.
leak. mjftfflr. mare & y ----n- SICKEN
:- 204 West Bay Street. ,

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