The Pensacola journal.

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The Pensacola journal.
Added title page title:
Daily journal
Added title page title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola, Fla.
Mayes & Co.
Mayes & Co.,
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
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UPON MTIN El *aNTR wl^-4Mo AOND A DMOCRA1 FOR AT TOMB INaInonTAL tataywomdes Gores 4. NpQes..
UPON :uT ._es, ANRY spwae t ano.+as.< wt a. ,,a w, a. uy cat Us .
S at LaT1PA.T "ura., VoeWWm n AT N.. C AWTY MA' ma re"er....
BAYONETTING TM O R o* o* M o the R L m -.iA co- .H. II I. .BoENo.
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wMt ao V t- 0 . . belo .glag the men qumroild and
ESTATES DAWara nY ,.t 1 P s ,R ered with a Ahot guI I
IISLLIOUS P 0T t mtol mtd y MOSeeated P ;y Aa>s~laWa Pr_.
alU. PEA" at he delphi, July 10.-Colete New Yor July 1 co ence,
"It you i r 4 t for heip, ri lea. betwea, the- Ue-_ Rm-leu Important trom ths viwpoeat of the fef ll r I f
-"r -hoot a bolea -th r party adtm e Desorat- o party. to his r defsece wa hld In the Tombs toda
By .Ir t amv or state was efecte" t ay at theas at which wrpreset Harry Thaw
-bo 8- d 4wt wtl sltoeA etOavRestl c th Mr. Tw ad dge oott,
fHeld in tlthe tray lf Ko r y.. leading MaBsI r hw. It is sr
followed y has bro 1 te y. Jr.. an ported that ss a PW' the confer- l
out amongte a wasi nombatd o 10er- e, Thaw withdrew a oppositon to I L
khere, tod a t-by -- d 8. Black Demo t r ter onal ity"
tar authorities to arrst O..... Br ,.stadtt RoJ s Run* eotr o tur10--A r 11 e
the Seventh Rearv Ca ti O the IrCEnco. .party ia nnstr e Y, we '" Thaw. 2 out bit Art to
struck for patitl aa he d9 -am"ery at its head. Later the Demo. t as 4ee protesi33 bea Maiard as whc ed u|
Takine advanta- of a -Js prI cratic neantimon amaMde the a- after the battle of the a Jpn ae lare tat hi. counel a- A
ce sion the author t a .eg t c i party candidate tor o r and which bm before 4 ,a sre ho that o ch co e a the
to scort the p a~ts swe Damrats o e the he- July 4. wms amfedt today a&t -, .holur-,mt 'ot a Missiot to in- .
lair order. In the MMh a thA e bulk ticket. The tate the aw condition I cO-
e0regimeut the pathurltes stp e ertte hourt ooer s tbhe tuyw f nafl y
inthebaracS .. s., T.e .... .. a. ewta torpoed boat debtroyr Bedesrih, o A
Ing of it, left the p es- alos wiyt the -mral n TM
ced to the TMeo a Mr a4 were guilty of having premei. I at
tfring as a they ro. IF be:Iirtedati en red as 40I" d al r O
themselves in the a beat e' "e d t. - y" -- -
Sot repeated astl at the I-a troopsl-. Sheot& But OI L c "Up.t of the ox- 'ease of more than ordary Inte
Shots were stll ofr i daTfw* oi wtsa mth Dnpr out was gIvef an airing PI the mni* arl-
n fires a ai b s ea I U 11 J be de- upon the charge of disorderly conduct
An o I r o i U 1 o eatewhl they The di-or-erly conduct o sted of th . .
thhe cfo t-m tJe e;t ,.e I U arwitne / eretstag to give the proper ament of aif
Regiment to Iu -, O-U- lee for the money paid, and i retlna-
Toe e I who wished the lauxry took the peedo

SOLDIERS linb e of th l
nehI NmTW f e at 6 T t. At any rate he peddles lee,
-St. 0 a e_ he iaot.yll wn' .t Is (l, all thu Afabt nr, i"q l . I I. t. of eta he e bera reach-n, theity authoiled from
ditional et Mr. y t Gas. Umpa meou pat who are
Seventh Cavalry at Ta het fShow that w.hyrri so e e rtesdyahea, o. tof o ..jN I le to buy Ice from him that he refused
both the Infantry Tad the n.o e tlton, had e we-ll -o i h.ed aas 9Sm t A big an holder- r taA. haln a to give them the proper amount of ice
sent to subdue the mutlnefts refused that of a t oa t yarns -- man, capacity a ot two hundred thousand for their money. One of the amilies
to fire on them, the lafatry bayo cdtcorUtt 4 to U4W PhyiGn Dr. | i cubi feet of gas is being erected by possesaing cales weighed the e on the^ ofcer who Wve tWeo W PhUp (~ankSi- n Pxweedings to tisbar W. I& Zachary . .<-the PensacolGas 6., near Itspl
mand. Only a detachment of, dra- "I have performed U4 autopses," of this city, from practicing in the on East Hillh eThe tak, which n a just it wal found to be sort. The only
goons, who, it Is samid, had been sup. a Dr. OHantg yeltirtDy, "and jhe courts of the state have been brought a cross the, street from the old e s stitfacton they could gt wao ly
plied with liquor, attacked the mitl t-was the best pj ev perp wvert by J; Walter Keihoe, solicitor *br this a t street from t cld oiatief to either take what was o iered
neers. The officers of the Seventh 'sa w.' Wqre tt Ut r t Vi a of district, upon Instructions frb c the |rm iand nlbae ibei g construct lted a iinne ther ta wf
fired on their own men. The number age in her face he wouMld not have court The suit to disbar was *led In Aorm ,fr and dU beontho x week wit he Thi continued for ome tim The
of killed and wounded has not been been taken for thma t 4 ty4-v the oflce of the clerk of the circuit .M m lh |n. r .ompany.roth rce- it in immediate w h ily, liske others in the city, made
established. yewM of age. -l -apM co-rt a few days slnce. 0 1, 55 8 IUUnO i thO e company will pce in i..mediat mi, li t *ot ino ta ctlyon. One
mately 140, ts. r than The case In which Mr. Zaehary m tf ltMt The tank Is built of steel, and triples 4elvery cart is assigned to that part
UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT afive feet. heilat, et0 body was charged to have acted in a mMasuer to the city of the Pany
TO SLOW UP A BRIDGE exceptionaMy Vw origied, aad he redeit upon the bar, It is adeto The wotackt at yt use have morning or night, the family could
-- teeth in bolth ,e and lower jaws it the Pennington land caTe, willh Tah 0 .t a00a tiet te e, prided they weald take what
Warsaw, July 1.-Aa unsacew- wee In p -esct t"" been pending for several years, and The regular meeting of the City sy so nd e e te driver choe to give.
ful attempt was made today to blow l which was settled about a mouts plnee. Codl a to be held tonight, and as tvely, so some Idea of the s oth
up the bridge over the Vistula. Troops The answer of Mr. Zachary, r some the meeting s an Important one it e new tank c lan contihe ed a Botd to a then went to the it hel
and guards drove off the would-be owe- of the papers he filed in thq casq pet that every councilman who these old th ankscompay noticeat ihae d aer n otevt wtM oade wala t
petrators of the outrage after the causedd Judge C"rter to view the man is tA city wil be In attendance. us, as th company r tic patemuch th driver or dlordery condent
bridge had bwtn'' trA oe thne& be matters to be with the cheaper pric of 'gas so
bridge had been min.ed. l. l. . .... --- ,eeter with suspicion and he ahstrated AMucc tt hetetorw beho sdrred ly couthata t alt
An Estate Devastated. hi t sow cause why he hod T tee which wll embody the con on to thi roemen he adduced pe wa glty.
Poltava, Russia, July 10.-The e- be disbarred. tract recently entered into by that m ny has sto far extended it te w as a l ike bo
tate of Prince Kochebue, near here, has b l-An-of the papr I n the, case are iow body r the construction oy the lCw- COU5Pay ig has so tar extenid ite c4al who are u gn k
been devastated by peasants. -_ -_ &--n In th heads of Judg. carter an V ii fs K? swf '(4wa t smb t o bo ie mes mnr I the orto o e cit
aem. &inSa understood that the matter will come byr a e and Is reay t1b rema toen thiky pofulated thea tioan If

WANTS M SSY up for AMERICANS wA itin 0dby thecounciL Another ttertndnn e s
"to their" two weeks, dealt with by the coun1 will be Will be continued&,Ic- Trust will he om nL to giv

W. H. R M contract at Chan. H. Turner to, propeTdw .ht whte y
apartment haJ nou yet be1 n adv-T ed stat og f UL arI l. blOAY a mome of the drivers have even refused for
ent has noe yet beeopapvisd o ote p4t WI.M. OAY ETTL A TF M-. D families ice when the1 did not have co
of the Turkleh oveomeont to the elea T .v _Ti A.s.-ag t ...... I. -I.I- W L- and i f-l the exact change.O Aa
'ation of the Amercan legation at Con tion that is a. t to PIladelpbs, i1ly10-41s mB. W. P. WitalaW EX*
stantisnople to an eAMbassy. The WIN ea't te haAAT CAWITE .W.P ly XTP '
--a ___ .^ShsAY WATC .. .., . ,U. b, 1/[ HH ,H THFTE
ki.4 *umber ofte today mtet eoaae .
received no instructions to delay thm dlstribat4m lv 8 ~ PD0 A by ,.-U_1 .I. pe_
CWALk /iste r staed tod, thatto ohe ,ad Friday I I I II ga lt
merican le on and said his lot- The aper Wit a-rt. nt -odn ac -"es a lare e M orf tte oa her Sp
UUIent was desirous o being repr.- -b- - -..i.. ... . a wieE. a res ra. ty be ill t

nSted by an embassy at Wed lngto l mevo.ted .faiIr I listqr es of .:sterlT :t3 ,rn msy O 6 :0 o'clock at I I
'- l 'thilp# od July 8.1sad was remoed to ,obneo ou Ast rinht street, after .UuLL

By Aaa-elate P eee, slpe of the Capaios at the pu1 -- from the aome of Mr. DohEaUo on c p-r
&)ston. July 10.-Joe *Wlott, at I 1Wese funeaalet hotel ittC Wriwht ad the latermest wll M
Boton, retaltoed the welter g5nletb LU lX Deartr ad ais crs 1 haeS a ABI K.c. maHe to At. Jetsnko**cesery. Sy AsseKat PAt. sa

cnamplonsmp Gotemm y aeiiIL ~~---S.P~esug uy t.T R
out Jac k Doughlrty, OR"I eth oe onOfprs lw
eight roud U-4 th Uneca Atbl -RM "To 'eP.peaty-astae uLtoa 1 th
club InChels tonight.
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mbytria dorobea, uniting the
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Sauthorsity of the Decaftr, O il
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rho regular monthly ses of the
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SlaAt night Caalrma Avery pro-
MM aSnd rtod- flaso semacnt,
wt, Andrew" Md Wfggbns pree-
L The amielon was a abort ia,
upared to the ual aeea of the
ftr the reading ao the M aor e
nmuttee's report atedh was a
ved, the committee to aonsult wil
lommattee from the-Cuy 000 rWe.
-ted. A recommofn dabom wasa mal
it the county bear anlf the aasea
the annual rental of wCtek l
50. It was deap4edi to pay e6a"
orne cotract lo fo&Wratinag pwnla .
nntog rnth was awarded to Dose
U f Gerel dsfor the of qi.S.

ea, to nd of W. T.eroet to arryh
re bond of W. p o-tion t, as '
me and afterwArds for appearing ot

me warden for ftcambia county

a then considered. Application
re read from A. W. FIllasknI, WA.
ennott, Guas Soderlhnd, Ike DM
i and John Gates. Mr. SeMnott
a the choice of the board but e
claed to vote. He wilU be rene -

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me over yesterday morning
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i -s uuntouoped yellow tfe
Pa pideat ott of the rU

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eight here at your .r i Th any, n s
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S;a; .ui-t -e Olw of all, .
VggIsl k Uay be ae as a amatterof c e
S that be rpeatd allowed to
_. e .p _i.le a private: teleponme mes- -
10 Dr OAealth QAer 4loldthwaite
i5W pE Uato Dr. J. H. *Wite. in charge
, lted State iartle Bosptal
e in this city, wchic If not on.
Z-r" offesm aglast right con-
eraily oe o- the most eo .
M iee examples of action lacking all
f su of good juAdmt that has re-
tiy ame Into p abtiaottce.
4 Be ore Dr. Aneoe left Dr. Irlon's
o ee ilgAed ndaate t this state-
SM abowtl his ebmasetion in his
ow' words with the 9a0"4-stion of
the" ".r:" ,
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VIUNIDM 9 WY' IJ-UM _w_ p"" 'B ianuar oa nridy eve
g I A* ^ a1tr my fa fro1d New | in _t| --my -_F414111NOW
The white barbers, bfrorerp et is *.u.tbw -44i,- - 'or ita response tohIns Iquiry reM
S. Palafox St.. are now loeIte4 t NIo. .tly & l ; te tl" -eonM giel8 mo inat city:
UnoL taii. n 1110 s, Ix a 1 o -lilii nit tJim bil of t e itsde O thc autior1ty W d O. l
___e _____ e t s" the smta ho he aty 1 U of IDr. Witte were t, at tor the fact a4 m i 7 Pf
s..... .. _.. .-Ak.e t*,hat athe moment 0t my departure, |P t,
OSCAR E. MAURA. Due wil e la mewas t n. c1BI e asm. from
STOCK, ANDSON&. rl Uato to the-That's a mighty little price
stock. sead ose 51 Q t I CawiMold 10Ker M feet that an aftereaa; publication In and you can't afordnott
12 E. GovernmentSt. P.. to t ILU that city Mbile, was announcing the With them ow can have
1TC. A-- 'n She aaer .5.-S to / Uovry of a case .t fever accom. i t night-Ithe keep ot t
COTTRELL, orit, d t e p Ped by black tomft. Thib informa- blinds to $1.25. reryt
FINE PHOTOGRIAPH. tonf trut 4 lalili> .. tion. was prswi.b, y receved from its
__....._._._... e ___ "_,,_ ". g' -a 8. d n ,,under.M III.
PenMel.;quoeri.. G Jr.LJJIUI 9ieorri4test in New Orleans.
d athth "rDe 1 A h < d qf pAo. I Barroan, ,a Health ofloer ot WV
WTEAD TG2000 S *.aad Oulfport, deemed it ble duty to trans- Iees 717.
WATCHEStANDCU rorm thi.s Int agMteliernce to his superior in
Something Swell w* to Ip* Jackion, pxpeotag'it would be regard-
W. A. Gahlinbeektl 5ft N6 3 ed as casdemtal, ad further Inform& M-
Of i n. ng the -e conveyed to
TURTON r. L now o9,pig d I _u the him thrg Drk. Hater." As a matter Ai
mNTorTaOGe 111= tfw i thac awi orf;digo of actt this rumor .astibliIc property V ATeI
,odak Spp e.. tF, a la t -- whet' ot It0, as tan bE readUy shown DIAMONDS, WATCH
oe b WJ -Int by om&te .'Weveing papers o lit The t Metropoo of CKS PRECIUS S
a moplete aad aocsyt d4eslptiou N. ed Xday evembng ays:
R1 -0 W^TE or th p dr a s Presee4lt Iriaon who raped Sat- hedetloat J asanel T. STERUNG SILV
R. W"ITKO tof the The decision of Judge,_aue i
y ht r e the co aylor n the Criminal Court this ART OTT Y
Opticeas. -m wa i M e 0 L raejpo11de1t d.f--the I ftbe el New morning wa, to the effect that the In- A rT-
wh est ay r d to te pred- formation. as Sled aam the local C GLA
Tro 1 CtI t a~ .tr-- tont dt, s- nt that ta per had not e dealer alleged tru. be
tCaeS a .. l .rts r tlbm. pub.lied. elm ?evie ."quashed a eecosmt of certain d
4 a n~ oA* It',e et u t .. i, i w- t pobr Wa a e: 1 ,, . .... e
Ben -. -utle uerVammm -- haM de t $6.412k wa0 o5 c-- yellow i er. Judg --tsyte sti ,
business trip to A inds some on dot*RoI J,7Ro. I "e stated _that whlt pitw id print i JiJdo.vSrayhr daid the: _
M. Cu bo ht h ss, s hi am.a.te to .*. 'Raors of a case of ceiw fever at deca dsid: "The u1otMon to t uah to
hr. E. Coulson has dliposed her pas o Ir the rnats w ere erds draw. for lrat. New Oleans were ctrae t onr the se'tas te t the et recogni
meat market to A. Zetis. seart abo, sot dkhot t wa. .et ter. tet today. The report was investi- the cu .ty of .a..pol.. in Mtl Ordes rc4le Pi
F. F. fisher of Flomatos, la in the water will .. -1 t' s ch .eThe 9pcoM a f it Klathte gat ,by the Item as. pt denial state, and codnpliades Intended to
c!ty on a short business at W4two to-. r4t4 r.ferr. tfro made by .the New th Board of aefft them a d tents the saticitor
Geo. C. Randlp, ofMo., ."- a0 imet ,,I .col i *., to 0 tm d leave to adendtn to t 6. W e st
Sneted with the dredge Charleston, m IMs S1. 11 t op willrr .eVidentl o em hmeet ti
turned yesterday- from a tl to:ha- r requst",, &- . .ha-mas -It hasspreadall& wy wto Trial on Wy I W wL
ed yesterday rom a trp to i ha d eand yesterday a me4~gb was A. W. ookreUll r., oe of the at- MOBLE, A
oe,. ,, ,,. lm___~t It oadoered her a post la i Prade ceived by Dr. Irion from the health tolmeys vor the Ice men, asked that. th*"eah-.-
G. A. Moore, a heavyweight drg S a~thnit(es of Cabs concernat it The a week te given the defense to meet
dispenser, of Greensboro, i ., has. a0 I 0? f' di e -C A XtnuBd-atk" 'waas tate aCuiban authorities also imettion In their this new tftormatio, whsh wai
cepted a position with oot pha 101114 aM owMMt 00aMM l- yor Chams. H. ISb whereow'le report that a case of yeseow fever ap. streamously opposed by County Soli-
Macy. atnosoYwhuasHoove pha leged that Mim Alite Y*tura, a pared is this city Jan. 20th. As a &'tor Bryan. Judge Shaylor doided
p atert O hool No. 3, ha a mt-r 11 fa1t no ease yellow fever at the case was A Important one,
Emil Roch, who for th Pat heo h1 Slew*-fw no came o "Um e r th I
iea !has been running coffee saloon srohln, thus reduces the &V ber. I-ls probable that the alleged lay. He consequen"tly set the case a e pot t hs oc d here a last Nove there should be no neceary GR EAT RA
ntgomery. has returned to Pea- Theb matter was r era e ,to fth orspMr' amethat.oomntred at XKener is the trian neit Wednaday.
sacola and bought an Interest i shi A simple lm%:tte ,suwc uwast raee- wedtoIthisr por The decision this morning eA. y
father's business here and he will my1 u to tas a af quested to explain the matter 0o hhim. the 3th of last January Dr. Cor- that the *It intormastio was, in part OL
mala here permanently. large as a wt*M .Mis M tagge fay was asslped paut of tze UBited Stats PrblU.Health defective, but that the case o the 07
The accidental discharge o a re. ch No. T t Cetury. Thre and Marine Hospital service orted tate aalnt he defendaDt- bas me.r t
Volver by C. W. Jones in the 680of60 1Wft Ya w moentsechers an ytbsm a case of yellow fever frotm. Keaner, in it. Mr. Bryys has prepared a THIS
the Mobile Ltan- Co., at the corneraofVey taiowh n orthit Inassertedby gamln ew & ne ormation of considerable
Jefferson and Zarragossa streets, yes. iala The foowg tach Wwere local plysicians that Dr. Corpot never n lesgt which he belie willi stand.
terday morning, cause e gret eWtte ed to kW sh 110: ,1 9:Wthe case 4nereon. Th-Rt won After the ISW-YOXtWUP thil l- $2, A P ?
ment in that portion of the oity' for X;o. -*. DVagbapft* p"Mted & the Marine pit report, frmt they may e another o Holl ow Grod s
a few minutes. It occurred at a time A deleas MP pal 1 1 aktogb declared not to be yellow ght on et Wednesday to quas t Imported Traeler
that the municipal court wad .in . eoa e we m .; .. No,. .. e N., ) by -pro.entI yellwever exprt. avo. .-. e d ice 10 at ,7.o ece. Te r.- .re f..r
and officers rushed from the' bappe og t elivIed wew 1&U- Di nRucker, of the. ne Hospital The c agmawst e soreege el ea The U tes are T
room expecting to find some one shot tatos I&te aghwa-- Italt sa Servcereported.thtee pases of yeilas trust Ww Ie 1iot e esorari the Utited Uat TI
W e when Elfunty Soito We secured thed entire Sder an a p3
Who was being brought to jaiL Th*e lt &isndis .* MZ No.. efole. f 1tr"m Lafourche on March &afat th V comprises all the well ksewA shes, I
*rIelr b eea hesd rt or j slid 1at wso assert that one of these ca d alerst taoer," "Brandt," "Rogers," Wetuahola"t

Onlher w as being a. n tered of tel a edgarto oa' ata tet'p* rve eltth rss the vfe saw. Thr caewans os Tes ue o the ase aR bad h m

hat every dropt hougtt atbe ad t ^ ASfs 5. Ae o&ag, U. *o ^ t = l
all the cartridges, he. hd su racgtt le s i 4W ad thiit of a child who fell-In Abe bayou. er e f .ne the sm the ras as S
ktows thatn good w ulle et ai of wita g tOhMsat T"abri 0so000ol Nt 1 fr-M Te Keother toeaseslVeirtpoounced abe t eese an.

order no superior for lodw n 4 eg aing is tSo $mav ibegv eW t St ualla ieon.ccbt yf th e aau"thorit-s qto beassp aaleroregantayeeo add haua oa n70 et
d l.pibBaittts d Rb$sp t t t he fat othat toare m elled tsos a whfeverwhrchcome raely ae Se t. oetatrdesnt giv.Te pefc rasrd *

01 you i to vet a trpuan otty t 4 H o e en ge, wi eele;apirr allee to with fewer ttrft the state or Arkansas.any o

Priict -e SOaIk Mc t htes jaglo sa| ti2gth of the b 4 i erlt Dr. J. H. White, wI ceoeetiy. o Tlge csen ha s been fBr will ahow nd your fae will fu
aeer wer same ar.o o o sve 'rali P. 1eersUy diseased h ad onated neaes to lare etav o
Wer0 that every drop coa emeeth a eii af Ws Mm ef .t .olof Uni the dnsted &ates pilo e 4.'oitare beenj P. Bry 'mid W H.isffwi LS I
So ad ar opial e Baker,pr t of the CIOCl
know *that Eliard's= W t ae Y6 Keer 1 0 vr K orand telegaphed it to Board onI" Trustees; Denoan S s arlW
has no superior bthi c4MO repor teed acase aolt6t1e0tA h*.ca9fJr, w erber of the 1,000Wof the Famousanddat

il av us B uxI tMdry.ay a s Toa it 1 MtAto. B -the at A? u, b m-VaI tIhe nte ftih Kuat ts ubarnd a Ma*ke caatikdte. For r

d pn me. T e tefinlagittlgta the ta.t he i da p i
P8c Setttot h]Dr.f wbedeftivo The 4ase2has beefwlh ado cwl

e for a pair of window blIadl,
o have blinds to your windows.
both protection and ventilatilon.
he hot saun by dak. Other
thing from foundation to root.



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ompt Attention.

jewelry 0o.


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it Ready ftr Use.
aspie Raters w1lH be placed a
om one cf the leading Import-
My are ail high-grade samples
uaoneas Agua. The -.asorUmIea:
aneldCg the **Wade & Bjteh.b
PaMe Basr, "X-LN-T:," and M
ars. Is fte we hbwe bee sell-
e SLO9 gid 3J. 0 u Very
mdy for m. Any Mor sold
can be exabanged. -Woo"i at.
ad raonrs areftilU useete
should take advantale tC tits
high-gradd goods.
lelf Hoaing Rtrw Strop. Thmw
everywhere at $tof. Our prue
Wer strop tois the beet eon the
strop ai the world that hoes
me time aad eableI yoe to ob.
erlenced baider a give. The
I put a keeer edge on a rasr
other Asor strop. Your rasor
el the diftrence at omce. Onar

lha rmmacy,
af Romana sts.
.pt Del..vry

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am"shemu""inedthe boift iagate.
ows lugatple reativeto the weft"a

bw efW.%tow 7- AtNDs
T"wust wbichIs the =04 asriberli
a"sb*e s WAN b"Gg u1W ~e
UMhe lr Sowill iHe =0 rive TO
iffy the spa t item ich Aire
io at inasa -1 Ahtpce JMae1. IM
AM v Mal bouwfimt dh"er %aler
'~Wefll== ad"his bockersIn me Chi-

by. mesastc#amsshp
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-d heAlIs birn 1"rt I A"It

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*~~M sh a tuebod to the heflom lstum,

*a os ar*eevw, Uhile sattaed
40 40 WISwIbe *eetNMbasbetcarry*a

here ~ th epoar eesta
sAMthethlwd W etw no low&no
tem wlldrivefthet"M~hla
s~ew ci e *l at a irad =sgin
Powee tea to shadesmiles"a"hos.
uAR teehime bee um etah
shedat Upt'erga I the"v
A" vftwus nowe tie "Momstri
Vllstep abo" wW ed sait WMll
'eSemrnAW 8": M'Wter'WeUU
Nm"wO, -8m1 a s maw

dohese Seromat"; ]cM. on"m hwire.

14 .Mt. WebeaoWe to emll awayt
sheft Awat1t,.
trip to It Will eoaae 1lot

web or'bya dw rmtoteerp

-of ips NW senefta's I

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*d tesd heemmw liAswitb-tob. W

ovrthe ass o tboo hAw ba trn

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lyr srwae emonc to pn"thm*

&h soi ad aetlasa
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out ft
T. IL h* ".5'
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ma ra Wv mamom,

amklot' V-bssNotsI

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alit ir *01 ftem

Gad ta %x7. .

OSPw a"edsdte Whoam a le ittdhrels
-A-Ime ,&.c te asuis ffgeaz te usteciM- G lINr
amc hetm bsae*mdteIi ~ ITlI r l'~t E0*
peam w~ blq or tassNb tn

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~ h ki ta -~er~agmem ~hitMr II ek~of~ebrnowM
a 7 00t pg~h

tbdig* A bmeh -Ai 4 thr dtma he nrth;where
wrtly t~~~~ ci ~ T = "IU Itb e e bes IAdbsw he 'vIP"4em.Uvssad ft *%de f
~-:~ UIO'0', ift k7 *ibtci he't4 amt s~t *v Idal ~ rekt
055 ~ ~tbedp, Xv ersthasaa4ci he qea~ tlumu= ~ deof Mr..*d M A. U Dtr i-ViskOfag .
beepbe eestve tf~rmosra a USlam ~e~es AA1L es~ 1 ek h atc e
~ U t~~ bS.has~An4he ~ tea te ~aa *ter Mrs Muphy
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 O spain oplr iht wetke4m sad*IlarhyM. C ~rlose*n i~~aet
amlbrta,,h be tetm eblit.~'tb f h is a hr ~AW-da mbatS.
mises* 164 br
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Thi suPO.*0 'ery emodo rmeat deter._W"____ w__________on
at 4mTOiay bb-* ft" 60p h b J hk wPk .w
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Mr. Boa* bIsma baud to helsve.Tht
,silu e is ce o40t tle
aa- 4'om&ous
Ut~W &hr a m~ob-sNor. %lov
dms ge it- KIt isboemAWhe tiw

beIt west SotoIssthan Mergan
blooelLW, kbrIs istoo Ur shove

3 t"4 ym* bi" the -*an&
.4 O~peale ~e =tit resemily

tht V. ~may be tAm uea"
5,i 1 e btami**a4 say deal t40ha
but.' *"q wpl w 1* 4"We~m
SPappfllWbpw tho, timecomm.

au~Moft mzohe wlU so
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b" wo e sf. -" t
& awwp M..,~~I mbr
~valy .

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ci vw K -I.~~tmikmb

abmt tb/

Pb bbw I~-
the mobmhIi"M
"Ron w s-atw.0 o
ubedm et 0 e0 P
-uww $gono'eU~US
to worry .e"oftberne
ayes 4ewt Aam
loft, nis !uqk-&AL A
inded et~mIAnd

OMM be U4,ew. EI MB*cod
s12ad beyes"-
"Speakb __d via *Oda so
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MW go*5 eqs
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AM& ftome,
'ewo wwwOlma wq itwo Mwow

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aMI wemds die wAAe.b lie Ipvs

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umubowwo&"~,Us' s a?

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Ia hr hues resle ricn~ l
Asdmy soAh*.

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we, Aj]&, w me a b pe a ze w sy.
S.Mr,. 8poon aMd lMr. Ocrslhave
returned from Balfaut. y
*Mr. Alfred Gpto a ad sisters,
Miss Letute and Atele spent the*
day very pleasamtt at oberts on
bnday- last
- Mas 8usI Berry & to vsilag her
teMiss Dollie Berry, at CeMtury,
ime.s Aue ad eime MYe Pelt.
oat PeOW are the gest. oa cMiss
Velm tAdm t- 'week.
Ml- MNor, Berry ,.wbo ha been at.
tesdint sWool M,- .M ha returned
ihome. -
Mi- Mary Benr was visatta her
S"rents 9 eae An- L
ale, spet a pMleas evelg Wedaea.
day at the -edismes at Mr. and: Mrs.
Dave Jehoaso.
Mr. I C h Baaldrd4 c DaIve,
A.., was vii-ti: tends he'e this
week.' ,..- .. ..
Miss Atleo AMlen iAJMis Adesa
4lU4le*ever *peat d.a bI the- city.
Ir. .arese. Chess eturnesd
home teem Mol, ,,wl .lee]we 10
sor 8o th 0 haMS,to resumfthis Aiod

!D~ P~0 00t ** -Mr ie. SOW Al
~sgtWI r.UleAlsIs boefilag out here
UinrdV- W the sumine, tdo" k mkad forth.
Pnepesd to me Inthe erarah, LtW n. Mr. Jams NAftow Mr.
%WSWgk 1t W ,.*a mpeuad to .14" ouSmb-Pushsm and r. UStaynleo"i
bhw A...' rld~w oeftsUg oat pbeasawlythe
-os. br. hwt of =nA hstesa" Mr. MUle Al-
'Ibad ekoad7 prmimih"110
yewr ftathr. What d.oy7w Owl. mJ sps Remejob"=im s visiting har
*~, wwet um rs. yt of Olive.
a"_________Um *s mawho hae been sferin
two ~Ii s mewmano& batte.
5.... ........ Mr. e Neduix a". wife "andMr.
oJWy ~s beeap swatchin'a said Mms aeAr4s meutth Joath
balii now as mubh at mmos"bM
he iwas a boy."
"To dqv*oishems of Jigleys." m CveAemit
"IWlha SllW was *dws owin de ovm
"Why, he. always earn nim labI Ow si itft OW t s
~id kida pliesof bout w b@W berhee, e aamms through
kfha bsIl %mdhe spow,04tow,,ubis6"e ate th BMW
$wne Soil that." hflaea or.This.manimad mpatiO.
low oj, peivuped W owhem=subedwem"

d" give U o em9..pemei y ba* "1'%~ OR-%--00enwowsby on"
dim haveno&.t bee cprees G tw ,e. !son betm St he whrW5 3ed5v
Owg ft vstt- Met r4"nam theSS iOMDMW ateft rL"tl
isassi I etuls a &mad aWeaOtias
bom se mmo 'liWhterary ftmtop.
hem ciHimy Tm Dbehew hw -%a

sdbritigft eslfthand eulrt S eat?
ama Phs. It ma" ell w. a*stgto'oft=" s poYW et i-1alup

- Wms Opacit it we* pimibl ft *UP
Se St he meygA Ip ~tbr.debiemt her hed hbmW
dmapWL go miV -tS Dk at s is1edoa ee te`0a~
- Niobr t he bow ws m24 An
tm 8016- lot Ift tuidt "Uute.d as ad. "2t4saudbe hap.
meat et ti 'It .s w hae
left Owdoedmllawthat Is everyft ---w k ub."ht
-: 2Iini~tuLNow do yovs lioe it

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day during the mo fh o JW45,
with the average w c
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June 1, 6,70 I,
June 2, SIM Jmp 17,
June 3, Mb Jim s1,
June 4 ..... 19,.
June 5, 5,721 e 20,
June il 21,,
June 7, 7W Je 22,
Junae 5W J ame 23,
June 9, 5,7S Jue 24,
Jul 0 ^ GA Jn9 259,
Jm Is 11, ..... Jape 26,
4amI 1w. June 27,
Jamso 13 "U J 2, as,
JaMs 14. L4 June a
June 1i4 s, i Jan ^5

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4L =softe agat Lms AnzeA
lIfta uem -at Deareu Colo., J~
Summe rne to Colmrdo Jun.?
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On the IAM, M comUmodious steai.
*r Maarea. 3 leaves 6:00 o'clock
gate to ULtb Saag Station and foy
a tr ia the Returniging in tim
Sor carn. Beftrhments on board.


,. irst series under the auspices f
the Paueaci Driving Ass3cia-ic.,
p Ma. Julty 13, at Kupfrlan's Park at
a *eloek sharp.
Half Mile Heate.-3 in 5.
l trie-.Dr. Keanedy, Tom H*! 3B.
S4 T. Wiles, Flossle, Br. Jo
agwm La4, Wikes. Dr. M.
S I w e .Mt, Class.
I = i N9Hoats, 2 in 3.
f 'atina, Uam. .Johnson. Sal',
A, 9 M.; -T. Welle., Black Bay,
B. Q.; Qa. ChlUtter, Frank, S. G.
P ,W! P ALL.
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stries-4am CUlord, One Spot. B.
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peasacula Tettpld NOL 14 ath- h^ au&rS^^ wa a^ st for.9 elcrJ^^ e a xw preeleMwc. That r nost at aB intra~ntasry, for \^>^^4^rr
lone Sigers under the Naolt are> et waIi einb t111 l aphey esl bo arm at hMee 1 fWlW
tionofMre. Joean -IeMUl" 1 ta- L so w fM 9a9. 6. IS ad dsa g r X sa a lg t s n a

14 oscero at the Maitr gelekwiMettkhlad 8Sftl ead ,r poaw. Is TuaAy ac r Wimate N. towver o
oaced the rec. ar tly eleMtrd bato Mr.Wda saB d s wk for re ts

hs ele h o 11ad 1 1t1 10im O COmp
s wpp .c afhbeq & alr Ts t fe S y0ur physician maybesi
e. M. DS. L aI,.. experienced regiWw Cotered

i:amS oo. L. MeS, Jr. ... t ^ ESY e I o S..t1a AS L double checked. h Only
4r ti *Derv U lmSe -aft- drugh known to the trad
i. wewa msso nua is her1 a=f SSshe eS~d. Aal Jeas^*o wuiea Ms 1 vg leupadonsree .Such as the physician ask
B. inYs, Rnoy < Xeo er xt< S we wn a at lw use on Ien >th tMoneturethreMiltben s
ChiOW To wo A tn e t to co hte he deent -V Wlled Over WlmPNi0oe

AFTER DCI iSMNra R w;%^ pator ofB 1wi 1 a ^K ^ .~ IN 4AN.* whiCht is eloquent evid
1EL. EOOLE CmTED oe e up Grsi hofepr cqp tpryy wsterse akene BU^ r el... e ear c. denceof both the physi
PEW YORK TP.9)ALIST*. e ana paco rT AWe a Cst. a rati. depna
The mear frtn" nlg taro< lJ.~of5^rj Elap *e g pannon. dM6d~ f Wiae, b balag charam- I whaar tt 8te poor bootb~a^ in Our prescription Qp
cqu. tangeeM3. ret ag et S i It tala r ( s el lss- (t ti -re xr q In a tr iawa Iap"I-
4% rieFry entrmre *sqrS b Wo elt a. as b .t S, i y wh al *e pl wear 16bool
consult Mai osttee; a to Ub Sm mMr sts e *Oae w of J usk. wI( a ed Ma A

tattint ylt, wal be simd to learskf~i took th hosp e*ts asats(t.qaei spagans w dare wthto tat thJlpsam.te a guet desI W 'mt r
a. .i.Sro.5 ^-D- lig-i .^ ... lA ^S. -LSS 5* ** **" *. ** g ... .i5... S.^S.o% n.. 4.. .M..,M ..., A
.i..t.. nd r. SM*t TW ..** ^' S..'.S E ^J S l** WOT 4* Ou eSerat S9

haste c mr.adsf. o es y ten aweer. t M t Mrs. 3SS 2 No. 121 M. Pal ex St. __0
Hele. n aru*** B*wt. .nut iPf. *g**-* * bU....
Th rn mnar s astm D a ins n hos 'themel wihom feor t to theslo 1r I ce--int here

snost or their trip sat eiogrtos aH drfaeo, ofwyir^t hr "'s l" .a M h 1 .r r1SW p e ad ^ t Seth may Aor
tA. wlarI Is.Wi.Ww.#- D"*nw WLD BY. Ato* a toLLipe r o cCO L ml x

they stop. The only au-nllr they seena to fcave see are Mr. Nm*M6a R L o tA NfoMedr 4 to r. eS thaS?1se, the THlsAt TRI of MAL it. te ase th Jaaxs sit or Aie
Di .c.W.ta .. *x4e *. e e.-- -
Mrs.Ma SOtW" =areaut" t MR.~ Ot1t osb* am w. 4ccbdad he m ftA6 Wn ftt yurphyican ayb

tee Journal ads DaseFah F m j't piama. maim t, t1t ccCede t' ol "perwie d eg is V "Wer e d
Mrs.8AOL TElatM L9 Ro .; I ,q -, I_

M rs. abn n: be de6. a 0S otmt 40 is Zn*taf uss-t I- 43A me Annual 6eton Bg inm .at. Ws

fLs.MryC.Ou*ug . t V N calltd MMra NeMIerity. amtod ay- .- but t U ao t- r their a-bu oa l dey g ch17, O
Mr&'V Lzrmfflae it sii-r I T- ; s a Yet a m 4 Iwat p*tr. Ort cours' p erfo Irmtat the member of-
riNgY aTe eeMeWWm O_ Ci 9a ai iwB t tOe ae .t eethaeb to th..t le patecsh ree$d to Auc tahet te

L. T A 'Wbt be al t Ww W- he J 9ar. wo aad (or lhtellisat, settael altiseaahip.
peai Te(ml. I0 K i Sa.0 sHo ip f* l 3 Od A i1st IIIs ad matbda to ei Tao eorouns suc at Ite Istrauction
'bon B Site r. und WreAe i iM T 6a- kr* t eday et tic ot It fh Ui th beIsnt tunted by e re orI o st u at

itionoL 31re. flflitlW 4%611M 2SS. I* -9 4W .. .. 6.." ^N tY, fra, An &NOW1 L( t=11m .una.i Oft is in
TOt 1 tff *Se rJ gor h t sa to oe. aSWh uddaitl s* wh er they hav "we shared for eover
__ i whaeed thedres lV tQe 8 0,=t te PsaI wor thic hae ias eloquenitie id
WumpRa. DOO LAY ENSWMDEO gy ram" in 6"mW.a is onvsfj#. gtoot inuthei

JBA M IH --^;'^ *",,- ---aa",:^1 :- sa
^BR~26W sot CAW ftew-..s" =S'^S& '_^ sE J -

mrs.n Jennie rtdsr eatreat P.. ston dow tM -.r wnteyr lastata t t Ismeratories
mg beetps iiwhbae r*i. Va4*li~.Abn o. sc dence f bthe t hexp hysk

Mr, goe twao He ^ ? ..4 < to0 as g b opa g te little a we&am Oee o t e b t Id.hao
.Mrs. Sopbrone ill adeaclahm bela c bo a ht lmisrowhe t f i lar walk. es tte9so
T"ne #A. I to visit re.* Was r ioomvin Iteae an ~ t in y t a gor a wa Jarfoar
oWe uM .t o arms.'M a.T Wa'sinorto 60i Malsm in ou re ip nd.

. o h eroemtsR T. Ua W i w 0 It* wh estjeas M. ac hAY evn abwa basg
So A ula a o thD il Padaln xla isatd a ar. r- e t.
.Mrs. Ane ia'U cuW *e0 as to 034 lane .ikna Wtof, walcspvnbed s bliekhOita= t emIcbm
ur.Nalrin CyI~. wtft Nla.o ev beqe C~~~ IP. "0Vow is p~~fw t In Too 4"ftWWibowJmayaae fa get U ea U

Robert sew,* b lostmDOAreE you

I; a! A Kz I IM k WOOM.a TB1i6 6PPICE
'if'ith fee fl~h~h~IumtL .istar I a*ep os biA the ro*, wssa hi a blS assa Sathere4 blt The dog ltheroe tgea stve arrivedr
Mm 1. 1L ailser IsID0 U P1deab1 nte*t C.I b le wp th l wt on to a ad Cty Comptrerra lis lm now

1^~~~a spea a Igt Ir *I ll\ "*r *- "^Tr ith la the easekCo' pS3&S9? tMe WtoneM, "But the rest of the prepare tose 1ge dog liceas. Call.
Drngtrid ta dar t tS S Se ofa thky mbit i el. for I GiotSWIL. t and w ahmWJcort the Thn ulas ad ffea
has/l p mle RNi&eIw At o or1a r K IM.AAm $* f tiO b .qWs i*toI th.. AND t
Imfoheied eeze f # I oft so ahSoa 8 of It nab"

thfaile r engrbean 121rp.iP lat.
II irana th pSa a w w oud 0h a0edlrtef oe Wtp br fse atoy, e My ts Qt hThi VN Knoa W
the amintoorinkerK iwssibedte4oe twoat 4001",m to uueW,,at ber. Haetti ha
~~~bey~~~~s ato. mh oly&dd rift &ad Wwamhe Wfg Ukss Ps 410Pr squ 110 riJAPA.t~
nAFhTERW1Diemu I all Tela. fot. PRUMT.TSI1W.OLFOREDY
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Thei a ha.OVNki_ itwe*l t4V esah~pl.(jou,~~l~1~nme
..M.IVM maw_.C Os7 a oftesn mt WO9bbd A. Ith tigeuanvers doesnandrsawaolZ
If cW SUItanat at., 0Wyltb* M mor itn"run.-, tW, seeMai* tldesshl *I
bo reeaft %VW om k C 44 illio bn4 Wb 'al h"Palow wowo s It
mtsSr ~t he o*Iyu Notte ~Ia~c
raned y1WM0d1' heta.m,790"3by1 stl Am 44tar eesw th m hhdaw loeeweeteiae nttdfrcis
faileng *veswpm be 6W to Won took OW ;glateOwe OWthen have .ee. admitWWI
tamak dus 9r mmu, ati towto Igo%* *6 to tis q** W Live Oak
with speklues=0 Iftk"fjPo19lIb
be Is tonow O we labl*fS h'"B.Rbo tgt seMm ntftf~w5 *k.On ftebst.u0di
op"A m VO44 'd b 'U Eiji H C.Y RdOW ,Prn
the Cam of I I ine-Ih am* tboet U, Vas-e&themiistrrun m N. riga
Z ~ ~~ -0~hkvtear at Wu. gb.amat~I"~'hwddyncm
-asg TPtse dayM-w 61 to IL.lostAs' aG LICENSE&TAGm
that he W immederbl.InteestaWi.. Tea b wettonnn aatCit Comanu1lamMo4andoomo
the OKiad; aum 009Wto *W
Th vu- Ve a. a~tOw!= 44 A jea*U85q-'u 0U1St. =%Wsof abull misOWe astedift T ICntba hmTem uliga
.1 eIet N-_ -tabe t d ag 'em a wbmm tsi~int. f
Tx* t thir be A iR1 %% to16'epUm, MA*4sb ad
the points eoerf alategelg ow ;;re twoSLOWSNSCIP
(th I i~~ts4at d riin.Pkfti to bu tPouewer o -mad as siI Gt nd f out ofYu ne
ivenientdvertsemestdo =10abl 56" maWW* e'ltm esrrsd
taesmae r d &. oeWKoedm *W 00"tb- W&. "tft -k*f e Us ofA[UM~~ nave jgUpneft Sit
#A OW. JV'6961 ItS tWW am'WA tf'

.. a m.. R.hard m- -lt. It costs 0t )tSMA"g to try. 86*1 IaBm W Of kftla Many things have bee ted to ex-
I AMAd oft fe A it i . i yofth bow to oao te tmlnate bedbugsb, t rns' Elet
t/t IM eat \m &iSS sychegsm; blweo, the Prince of Wala = trick Paste is the ee? rselpe that 1s
jIggo veiest ao tt wed w2 TH AVi*. e Si e late a 3etR. absolutely reliable e^ nevWr tlts.
pfrfl H e ss P. ad .y---^ prac s! tfanmer; the .. Awily the Pet to Ri earuets of
IA uLM t One of N~ure Mege In* M s ^Stye5 a.edsteads, mattr~eS. sprisas and us-
pestrs Ok a*ly wa a ampw too late ^ CM at s e as^t p o

ohat Ifflo- olr dOwl. ysbeek -t i5 sMy;u er
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No matter how
the prescription of
t isfilled herecbyan
harm and ist and
the best and purest
eare usedand only
cs for,-you may be
stitution made.
10,00 prescription
ence of the confi-
:ians and the people


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604, m L. PaIfa St.
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We carry a full line of Imported -ad
mestic Grocerles and Provlslam

Duringthe sutMin'a
montlv% we receive

a fresh shipment of



Every Tuesday

and Friday

This insures the

perfect freshness of

these candies at all
tie. Wean

how sIling more.

of them than we
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p Few Speial FJNeatH
t W ANTE ueI a Home on Noi mprovements, new W.
SLocal and well buflt,o good neh- .
a g k n T. oCA.AWFORD" w .da fo .. c .s hoo
.. f the Union CentrAl Life Inb $ have a nice seven roo .a4hal and tor 260.00. can get e...,
Afi E ft C i tei f* suAaCi CoC, the great anZ cottage, bath, gaa and ety water cor- lot 1I0 toot front We ha. Mew drt4 rill

S o ... stg l 4 t. roont b 1 h u 5:, 4t. tM to
-I.mU- ..U.E . 10.65 nual d.ivideind ary. Ezr ot ,uille- are ,a d aa w.-,- i .. -. _- e_ -. ,

A ry lt li le b l.A lot o . . -- -A ." . .. on ... ac block within the past year. -ao '
ar th ead4ear Jasf o *elsgentata-O = s laet, Q Wsle n gaNo. 2 c W. Geasddeoo r, twou'a tory, da w d tt l,3 owe tc property to m ., -
1 lfroamsWih, lot 7i n ft. It i e room houe. wl % ft. ea with s anythsnw for baleo We S AE
S ft by 1 ft eep.... re o ha be ewly gape w o hve two ace ales
.' A lot oa the let side of Teth t 880 f te s Ss M Wand in eohd condition with bath, gan who will give their exclusive time to 1t
ve.e, : rktoa both 1 1 llanhed andll modern co every e ng property. Don't delay but let Nw e
A, .- a treet-, .0 t ne_ .hborhend . t. .. .. ..a*80 bs hear from you today. Ahie.a.d.t ha. to beI
y uuaM no u akm, l ag t a No. 206 W.ndsde S, .etweoe tory We. want a. ll .. .. .. ..on rs o
IM la by...od,.leep 75..... ,-..W 0h M 0 1 50 ft.. ydeep.bert y je -I .. ..Will.soon.have-tw oactive a"

so ftONp 1 19 waitoeEAST HFL RES04AM Agents.

IW lX AT=VII 4ffeT SI W4 sP^teady; Aftedooilars week; tage.1t30ftbymft., esde"L/O
U U. A W to itart on. Messack's BarberW house new; cKy .w near s *d e n e 5
..,. .4 CA-A l 1 to-house, nice neighborhood, two blocks *s hoae W oa le r 1...... .
2 .: *0.1 *from car'lne. CaO sedTn ease terms lok 9 I Ttat. ..

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SW NT4 ek ...... .. t here; ood DOQUon at Kupfrian't P rk; halt e m

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..... E H Wb eatI h kJe6 637 D^ Oo.. JOHNON -Contractor and
sIClRawBuilder. Will give you estimates
21f t '. ., ..t a I / l wr k. eeT- ree on all work. Repairs a spe aty. r .
4b;___ __ __ __ __ __ W ANT.o -uNaieTot W W O at W a nt Phone 1053. *July&m MAt t A T Do to
" -- --- 3._ *Jo ra- .al.. -old P&. C ,- NOT C---4 artgf. Vm al led machiWe "" '
._"1'., Or Ift sale heap.m OOty G4. MatG W4NTED-leatlemana desires work of for te manacture of goalvated BT- 1, ew alsi
te i, ,, l f, any kind.- Alddress T. D. care Jotm Iro corni sk. coa r o _o Gad.
I tte -04., e to -_.. _ d rs aTl. IliJulylw ter.s, circular mou.dings, etc., I am o den. C. Gua.r mt. 8july3t
S. ae, t the -wai t: -- repr to do sheet metal work of
afL 0. l bi.t B w Ct frIs' #A 'WANTWD--anographer and type.all k1nds on Short notice. Satisfac OT e tre o
_4 ""- --".--,O writer. Business. correspondeac tio assu red. UEstim"ates I e y nveB e-p ret The
l 0.R 0: tS b0T51og .t2 top legal work, etc, solicited. Satisfy g ie- 0 w r er ?s4 th e cty sher Res a at geny. jl uy
.- **** de Add.res wl _urte. tion guaranteed. Edwin Reese, Pisher C & l W. ID
al ba h.this Ne tr % Tolef t .P0. DOq78s, city. building. Phone 376. 11aulylw v ,O . .s-te--
St. ",s ...-.S60al wih- te nialR*-y .ug ANTA -R A-P ln, o- per a er
the.. a fll S~aterobif andato draftsman or In sose other capacity the Gulf of Mexico. Launth Leclair FOR Rm4. has
..u .. 5 W ge ateed. 7 M 1 go' g quallascations. city whrat daily at S: 0 a. a. age roo rest, sultobb for fr.
LO`aSr@ 4 UN KlIf"gor 2Lt. Mt. 3c DwrtM, Vie dress a VC, Jouraal- 8lyut*Phone 8$9. Chma. H. Bartow Mar. attare or othr sa t
I I i _s tS S A WANT D-To Well a lot of old paper. 12 aiy. va_ s tet. .
Bk ad*& 6l VT1r e51 .0b. 19W1 M a at c a bundle. Apply at thi of yo ad e O g l
gFa* W riT1B>-A i. T y pe all wtole clean you BnSad a lot of ways whIc~ a oh N. SWI Si,
|3! i~hy^ .t v y. 5tw tnec e yol can uae old ewpaper. You at n te
Sm I 'e Cookea us H. ALmN-a, Copper dset n in any quaty A y.

1010..19.. t. Orers akes Sorm an
ft 06to "ft ?w )rk2WAM a-D. 3s. te w sart e aW wpUI

OnNi r--- Hge ss7 Ar house sOnatees. ae adat. Or f An o. hp trrnoer work. 3$ aa 1h 1T
MW tub Wo-dafta 316 *nts wab ft Centslper su etVlssue

mee*s oer seat -* su Sn .. Z tsod lad ft re pair. ironh se "

..&4114 C.o. ft;ee r. s wetWe. 112 5. Tarragada. hponI I
fmn Mid it dss".Oa Leave ristos
RA 4d. a -M *.eL & Watim. Phone 1 Tmt Ca* *sar a epairee san

sat .1 I-SW. I iffo enwW 'ewtetm
_ _ _ _ ltoBi0i- a16 d w lsld6 ta rfflred

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*MONA SIRERT.j -And i A ottW rv
W7AR"A 4WOnrTH LmOiIN4 Sft -Usatfc he',OW
fDtNCr, 'NEW CITY. GomanER-WVU -OWNon Bust iJa**i
Am4UWE AND .11th SYRREglT. Am. blefutifulIt;buyld the
4A*I* 11FSOLD -AT 01MWikPewi *a "

I4Iiin~~n.I lbOO~kSbotk bloeks, 1138saM

Lifetnsa~au~4 lAock 115Bls
a usvwmm7t wej, between Alemnlu
Phdg_7%~ i0 1,-

Q$U~7 t- oom cottageon.c rmw
ltwuV~h avenue and CeM~tes

P. O. BOX "L.-


AST PAM-The place for a vaet
Stin. ood iAshlt and bathing, coo
Mad asdy; 0d bard at reasonable
=I*. For particular apply to L D
woodward or L. Destia, Destin, Fla.

Pla-New ma cement; newly u
led; fre h ath and ample rooms;
Pd meals and good beds. Travel
i= m W es-pecially eollited. Rates (i
p"day. ,Mrs. M. H. Staley, Prop.

PARK N HW r-Why pay 2.50 p?
day Whm y MI San et as good roon
Wa bn d .r MS. Cooled place ii
Pens Speelal rates by the weei
or math. One block from postoffee

OLD IML DIN-On bay front. Open
Juo 1. Lara, airy and delightful
y cooL. Good Shing, bathing am
beaten. irst class table. On elec
trioe car lne 15 nlmtes ride from city
regular boarders and transients
Tema. resoaMe. Address Old Ml
ink, PesusSla. a 4mai
WWqn HOMIIN-DeWtnak Springq
Gooad iMry ooms,
noshl; ; *am Sample room4
Steciat1te"tIft-' '"trweling mea
R s f$2.0 pPer day. J. R Brown

B.6Wre laying yir qawp t ar mat
tbin, buIy a supply a old Wparn:
to put underneath sad prtet it Onbl
ve cents a buade at this oce.
HOTEL OrtyTB-Opg alu thi
year. American atd uropean plan
Special summer ra irst-class i
wvery reW Piemaat and convene
Ient Mnr. T. L. Bowea, Prop., Pen
aaeola. Fa. 15a
ipet. Lar aMd well light:
room Vr sample room.L Meals ai
all I Spei attentle to tra r
SU-ft-. NtS per day. J. IL Tuz
SProW. lhm arix
C3nfaY 3OTru-Can letterIloD
P tp. Special attetmi* to meamer
d tayVelrs. Free aaIle sad bat.
ML. Warg -ms with good beds
9 W *1. Umarlrn

N-WO45 t t ahe light and
3154W 5. PnIM5. 3m. ft Nicolain

NO_ Tv e Florldi
Rate8 pr day. Nice rooms
Sod bee table the beat. J. M. Fer
') Pr*o. 17api
BI*N VIMMON-Rate" 9$ per dar
opeul rabte by wWek. *peelal at
*lti to travei- a a Free sam
AS roeam uN J. p. Ma.tMon. Prop

SaIa--~e np outt. Ap
pyL aL. V dMmtso at Wm. John
Im& S IS1 stor. 11July3

K. lost bteww hay View Parn

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A p' s. s 1bm asha n North
0606.4... 6 .. s *** ****** ..* ... ....81700
'k -- i OW e- Trato e to ook ng both
.... *** ***,,*. .$2100.
Thre estt heait carn of Wright and
3JWU.j',U~~*j-W *0..... .-6 0. ** ** ** **... 42y
Allow( Wt1 t 7,, Tr t,. ....... twenty lota........ -,
Tw let .thorthwest corner of W.
G@******* *** ** ** s ** *** ... *-$10oo
IvO la15 eoteer. of tMh aee and 11th 9t..$1350
A ,e.. i at .1 ..sat Bmana t..... $1200
Foer e r N'B Tr.. .. .. .. .. .1500
All 4. b.wi, aTrnk ia m .l 4t lots.. .. $....$
." ro. 'am,,, ,., a aar S eville Square..W2150

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OtoR if lF\rTs are all a5 lr U
I i inspected. We.s cbaoos
b8co" dri^L beet 't'0o1 s'aS

th or call at Moyer on tL
co( vrner Government and Aisa.
iR. 6McDonald t. oyer. t with
-, ^lEk-A good typewriter' OWe
,, E.~~.ating Rink. A y tO B
uR SLF-GentUeman's ro4 h rbl.
*\.. rn pony, gentle, good lddiler
and dl )^1' Hinman a HeckO. CeO
tury. 12i.
nOR ? uE-^-60x8O ft. oval test with
a, polES. blocks, tacklS aMd ewVy
completee. Can be b-m at Pewt
^ S;nating Rink. Apply to. V. I.

TRSAL-Lojts 11 to 1. I8aeluaslv.
teing one-fourth of blocks 76 in New
It,. of Pensacola, 200 feet on LaRa
street. 137'-. feet on 17th veanue ant
fronting Harana Square. New two
story, tw room houe with bae.
men- and att-i. Houae just finlted;
hard-fiished ceilings, wainscotngand
plastered walls: cablet mantel two
bath rooms and all aH ode cOnvent-
2nces. The house has an s
eastern exposure andl Is e oa th
mot desrable locations in the city,
being only one bNOiK from tt2lo
car line and overlooking. te ha"y sad
payou Texar. Onbalf M.L Apply
o10 J1. A. Gray, 21 and i t -Garde St.
2 june.
FOR SALE-Two fine saflch cows wit
young calves;. can be Me at M.
123 E. Gregory. C. B.QMsLan.
you want a deli eous cup of tea, try
"Our'Own" Blend it is superior to say
dollar tea on the market Only 60o
per pound. A valuable ticket In every
package. New Orleans Grocery O s
Phone 105. Jas. MHcflh, Prp.6
FOR SALE-Relsgton tUpoawlter.
"Rem," care Journal. 6Juaelm
Watson have Just received a large
supply of the latest city mape, aowiag
all of the subdivltonas. The mapos a
official and down to date and an
mounted on heavy Iten. Regular
price. $2150; special price on lots o0
five or more to agents or real estaf
men. Hooton & Watson. $nay
FOR SALI OR Ml T-Two lighters;
one with Capacity r 7I thousmam It
lumber, the other thy thousand ea
pacity. Ratm eai oOLae. Also two
skiff boats far sale cheap, 22 ft. lag
E ft beams. Tqlepone o r write A.
Chafn & Co.. litten. Fla.
ley, making eoomeatbo s with m=U
launch for points oa t. Aadriws bay.
Extra teams for traveling men. Good
Loses, comfortable veblotes. 01l an
or address i. C. Sinclair, Chlple, Pa.
Telephone No 74. .8ap
FOR SALE-EconomiMe by pfrohas
lag choicest of lots on 'sLt Hill at
$300 per lot, no present need of paying
$400 per lot and $750 for a 30 goo
strip of barren sand. Three beauti-
ful sites of five lots each at $1500 for
each quarter block; not over 100 'y*&
from electric car line. A. V. Clubsb
you want a delicious cup o6 tea, try
"Our Own" Blend it is superior to any
dollar tea on the market Only 6$c
per pound. A valuable ticket la every
package. New Orleans Grocery Co.
Phone 105. Jas. MoHugh, Prop.
Fla. -3a-y
FOR SAL&E-Improved ana nalaprow.
ed property in all parts of the ity.
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real WEtate .A .et
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone*

AUTOMOBMLE.-X am n et rthe
r Pope M%. Co. and can ae you auteb
from 1500.00 up. They cost less tha
horses to keep up. They o-a beo lm
In sand or anywhere a horse ea" *
Leslie E. Brooks.
singer Duplicator. The Fisher eal
Estate Agency. 131ly
FOR SALE-..Two return Tubular Boil-
ers 50 x14' ready for immediatee de,
liV'r Apply to M. P. Gonzales & Co.
EOR SALE-Good family hore and
ouggy; free drive, kind and gentle,
A.p. P 0. Box 597, City. ... Uly

OR S.,L-.I6ow Ms Wal M
and safe. All in arSt sa coud
tion Apiply to P. TJ~idnstruth, th4, Pensacola, Fla. W1*
FOR SALE-Don't fall to get mj
price. I carry a full line of bualt
lg mai T-rlal. Sah, doors ad bid

"pec:Jty. Joel Prater, Baylen St
wharf. :: .-'
FOR h hall and
Othe- Improvements at MN. -i
Ile: lot 100O110 fept, roam 4o
for another house ... .. .l00.
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ta.sp t teS3a be'rIS t chW SrocXs, GRAINm, hoVISIOas ui
ties from ose 3be or Territory. o P a OaNaval Se. 9Navestep
the .Di s f 4 Lm a or to .Pr .rof trda-M.- fto,09-, w iw i .i. +, m ,,
-aUm"des .ar of t hi*d e wb~ ,. the e s kM S .avannab, a*S-l. y 1O.-The naval or h .

S.. t.o .. .. .. ... ... ...4 T*s iIm
meet or tat rs rke cloa.e uoday as &Ulowd W1--. *. AO *.4 89
a5d a marked e.ted a At .. .s .. .. ... ..40 SO 4
las^iee49i -s eanAtptet: wits .** **0 *A ** *a * -*. ..4 4 -
termst oi the~ M w* te rlu C. .A ..o. .r 3:. *, .,.. ****...... 40
a.da reglato.. pr Mrfiesd by th . ... .... .. . ..... ..0** *4 ,
, SOeatPr ci +ISure. 9 ... .. .. .. .. .. ....- 4 -0
etas b oss by the Se' k eamma oty eto mtt, .. ... ... .. ....41SW1to420 -- .tls h.trOtImllis i EU Di
reary O A eml a retaR betlState ot Floridas. In Cheery. Sle 40 9 * *.: .. 4 4 to 4 10
erm and ai me"tat* aR A. Ktball v. rank EL 3 M..... .. ... .... .......*- **I
m tt te ws. on m odar, i W o ..........O.. ...s o .s Get the habit of having and your
me the medium o _f Agasust A. D., 1 tassI ,rit. pe future wellfare and property is as-
1atoffit.o reicoinr The1--rrPn iA. KIfebl, is InSwqvkd to *las
of thelae.. pwtote hm eU1 aJ IMt be* 0"maya ou I red. Maybe yourhabit is to spend
C Stl or toe Oa.. o ,M t () )each o_ .. ..P too freely. You realize that it .a b .ad
dion by the6Dia1timlte *M .. .. ot, h
Sm or O t ie P thing and try toov ig f
ofnr, '1 Anicui weeks Inp pb".^.Z tunes had small beginning. -Riht here
An per wom e49 e" to- 02 meat Comty. A. IL NMoWllan Clerk O Or-
ore 12t b! e8t orw t 3 t y G. a c. :... where we want to get you 'iteste
tisin tGe d= MCOM.....nS PNoola fis.ay May 2 C. S*................ ........ I .
O ad e x . tSb- o th i (Seal) 2 e IIy..w ............................... .. ,,, QT_. 17 ... ., T .
O! llepariJi't oi u'le neces- <."ul il. .."; .;:...............;;:: 57 /,3 'l 11 O][ ,Jlj,,
*Ib wmar aub o vuit and to ...... n........................ &.'In" . I ..
s grant e, d no Ntc I.. g. etO N-o.... -........... Cortitutes the fund necessary to start
aOd VAie who d6o aft now Not la hr iven to M01 1 -%-- eb-* ....."........ .......M. .L 9,A i.k T+-iL; Mn;< i I i
have l aspeto ad iwh deaS in meat legatees, distribatee, and all other _s DiEnum :................ ..A.a afund witb the FirSt -t.
Sor met food ptodua, whi are persons having claim or deesas I- -- ........ ....-*.. moving habit will then grow, and so will
StrNam.rtet 1 MW atent or aat the etate of Je ohn D n, U.d our account. Four per cent interest
rOla i oamme, orm xnad to e ceae to present the same within ---. -&CC,- -. -,r per cen --I
I j a 'te t io t itary Ag-two (2) yearn toVm thls date to the now YeSam" ome i paid.I-
Sulture a f and ~ mplete statement undersigned, who has takes out. lpm R U10 LOa WI
SOft the amount of meat or meat food ter" of adtnlsitratiom can testamamto -a air M9 ml w :61
products titsn intalerstate or fpr. annexo, on the said estate. ekh Sa M .3 an
eign commero b the particular e-. JOH 1I9W0a, Wier as* Mr lax 3* m
tablltMnet, the loat n and the ~,inistrator am t to testament aseM, f S a III AI
*char ,Oct t, Ue oupnson of the Je n T em h, 1906. lAIRSTIIIIIMn nn
4as0a6amg tthe pr o-1 ***AN****...s ads m me I
prietors of Soe -qtab eat, and -- 4F PENSACOLA, FLA.
Su ot IirsW.N. may e
AD-alt be s t* Wheat. pm..b.. oIA.Mmi's. -, . BPm a mr
to. ,inuM .
b. or. ... .e M w A .* DG. G! =
I graoted.-MUMtf WJ, mecca- am_.- 110 -l s
t B mmer Week Day90 L.- a-- .. ... ". ..... I ,,,.

To be entitled An Ottnance to sell Train and Ce 8iermheal OpeW Low x ._ ag *
to WilI-am A. wlat erta poto Relve Jukt"i e 1 ,190t0All *............-i NW ._. .. -- -
of l.sts. *.wqt!Vto sad TWetYve ...........* % a a a *t
,oof tShk Thrtyher of ,ute Water It- *m11em*
; mi i..p n--- -- --C,- :- k THE AEIlPAN MIONAI MNK

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6 1.a ~ ...m. .LT. aS5 ~*P aM. ....................... DEIGNATED DEPOITORY OF NAL TATE.
d.e. 10 P~,Mrrp5t 7 10A.n: ,r:30 m.o....... ............D.... INA I% DIR CT or. u *
pad Cityo**3A D- O S.ATES..

from the ty of a mola for such t ,e .:3. l ........ ....,,.... -
*d t &ls nd U 9:t pa*- .......w. .. .. ag Meilet Pr"kM yA Lt g e.
and1. t t. 1 36,m. s.~1 s........1.,,.. .... as: AI*,. Re. _ r.e. r /ee I
StWtr lt eof te City of Pea 3p.m. 5:0 '., ......... .. m T. F. Mce g. ,J.u kamr I Seds,
5aoolaa1, asi6 been 3:30pm. 4:0 .:..- J.*.R...-.. u.aste A.Msl W. LI. lae- 0. l. lr|
oaver.d to te said Wilam A. p .m. 4: 0. 12 3 ..........-........... .. W. ,. r. wJ. 0IS, .S B -p- I-"
Beunt by th ioaIl on r 4 an my 1 0l............................ f Aex . NI E.etr. .
I n afeo eg -ci e ty u o a e on t e00 t* * 5 5**..................... ...... I . ttam a a lb
nti to g*-an2AGan2t the W.ter 3Pa. ......6: .. T
tel sl. .fte ttoo,.8_0.0 ...... ...._. .. m r .... -c
Vaot os ot 6 of P :102pm. 6:30 =XO Fe.. ngent Pald g a-Mown
t o ili tot h sA8i dsO O t 7 i' x Jh s Ad II:00P.mL.- 4:30 -- ..... ..'" / 0,.. 1AM D ...

laa A E ton t, S su ive .3. m. 8:0 L .o...-.... -I....... S______ -_ .__ I_ __________________&____________________
HBloundre d( .,4pm, :00 ..$ 8:30 '....0......... ......* 0".1 f I#. I

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S"AnAct-.oo.nlyr .anti Oln National DnkI
Attest: ...w PohriMoela 1ai Fort Fe A o0's. D lly Ct L. et 0' P M96 II

S..... ._.. .a1.-oae .. ..... WM W ords aew. T.SUe. BlI M.B-obtaso-. I-.--m e-, = .-
1- L Iv TPir tv B t de < nd9maed to 1 pontG higher but et gmtues. ..a.i.. PaUMTM- u s
.N 0. _o :_M0 8 -1_ - __nw__t better thaM expected.
Hmunaled (W0.0% 'u&0ao8 carried: 8: 5:10 p.m. O 5,000 bales. Reports of excessive
i y e- : p.. : .. .... . Al.a a a City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds
S ton edT 3A. O* .ty only.0 e t ,k .o e. .. a wm. Denomination $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January
weapon fouad "boet ay a*t. tO oovertg ad p... 1d- 1st. 1936. edeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually.
arret forf th atiol'dt ayodin_ .a1ed shemee 9 points. Liverpool WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BON DS SUpdBCT TO PRIOR SALE, IN
Sae of tho City ola -hall be h....- p IadviceC were ver AMOUNT TO UIl T PURCioASEl
Taken poeseeulon of by the oo er steam tralh leaving resnsoola t aW, t -everal eectn ms.
.making the arrest SM tumut over by 71: l a. 5 wll stop between Ped0 uo ram5eDt's weekly report also
Shim to the Cty .Marshal, who shall. ca atd Big Basyo only to teoa stza ted e eeotre rals n tohe e ast-
tain the same entftll tor the trtal o. puagw for potato beggnI Bq era sectlon while tl some parts of 1 P nearn. Fla
sueach peron. Iad, 41 e persn be Bayou. Steam train leaving. 9 t Bat. lll bama, Mi..esppi, islte and. -w, ,I,
conveted, shaBl be .Joletted to the ranges at 5:10 p. m. will stop between t aus aoistuje was bedly needed ,*- r .., .....
-City ol a.Nasold, an the Marshal $ig Bayou sad Pensacola tsb *A put eynMS*t ostly bearish but there
I *all el t a ap t, t pic male of passeMgers from beI g !IS ao reeve Iing and osO'erva. | i I "
under the diresUo Of tbt: Board 0< Bayou. Oter steam tralnas will Make ts cha sctclzee the aattuo.nd
* Public SIfety ; a amount tot aad'9aY all stops. Each electric oar aakes all The rees to dese for some I U W i I,
Over the paoe pa thee :0 in cme stop day Iha been rerekable and of I I
Sof fnes collected; ba-u ,IA person The above schedules .ad regal. comre is due to a certala extent to I

turned to hi Thie Martshal shall I weak e i o t oering on
keep In hIa o"ce ,record of al Loo, F;,.h R IM oe Is ft, tre inia ce tri nTUR onN
**** ** i=*5d, of tain w**ll b *e r ***** .** us ...'.. '...c TO MEX ICO AND RE RR e
weapons Mofeited as afoiesald, wbich- Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. 2L Itu." bra IasWv pll w Vare in. A i RE*
al how d f train will bb received only for f ad to ter the short side ad be. ONE FARE PLUS 25 CENT Wi
eteh, beyond Big ayou, and wi6l 4be la v such a coure it wl aargined Awgut 1i4th to September It Tickets wa We o
S Sec tion T i n finance received later than 7:05 a. AL All ptiently held wll bring atisfae. good ninety days from date of Taie ands w all ow et
San part of ora to ahict other Week Day trains leaving Pa- p beral *topeves. ThMis i an exception "i'ratf
Sherewith bi'l *nae are herelb aeola not later than I:0 p, I arry Moaiued r a Is the Atlantic -and is open to the public. .
Repealed. freAight for any poinLt, but freiight will at-e t as a satautlbg fetoer. Gmo -e the National Museum, The Ca Sfl eBi* op
Section l ce t be sreooeived later than W IIFutes however, if we roter boik to te orst *?p Poaise, Chapuitapee, Etc., tc. -
Sshl take '0Itpon bore scheduled departure of trat two big cops 1874- w' Sad th The land of the Manana where every street and
a p4-age a 9*IS The 9 :00 a. p. Sunday, tran y the preipItation r July d August A gn has woe old legend and where it is possible to
l P M** J*t 'q^'As-> carry )tight, perishable freight under w unusuay hevy, Advee from forget you wer ever In a hurry. th
* Antrove4 Jim ,. wsome clranpstances by pec1 peoahTe are to the eget that ct The Route Is via Memphis anl the Iroan ountpl,
mij iiosa. W6etrIq car wit tty tm orevd es the bawst of ote Historo San Antonio. Laredo mbontrey arnd
tra or- iieka Ia7 f" to attract buyers. i Pet*el. -e
r^ a SAttet g it a ladico ur uy et tlew of w eaton w a A
in "ure requsted to- vIsl ow or0 Meoas w a tI oO OT SPRINGS AND
it -t opf ", thaet A OStitttS ANO ON-FIT, P ARE
leas ag d K' o n lg a eV"yAntTietraft will be esid daily from point In hee So
I Th- 'I~ese 1Wh1L1 b.80 hL M. ha v.anmi -t U Se asptbi"r 30th and will have a*Nul lmith

snd all points In Is

North and Northwst.

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Trip Rates to all Sumn mr

Touris Points.

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ney, and valuables df all descrip.
Sbo Pi part. of the country,
th connections for Canada, Mexal
Havana, Cuba, European points
he Southern Express Company
sSa oa 800,000 mMles of first.
M route, and in connection with
i Adams Express Company, on
ough way-bills, with through
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SBut tO go WithOut COat Or Wvet .y -e not hwo. tt matters ,s. Trane namih News ay":
S have to doff your spender e and oui .re- t ra. . a .ra to.. ...a. ia
a belt. You can ma boto smeet t U '' o trade by the, Georg Florida and M
e AuuIia_ .W .. 0 of we.h Mr. P.
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A Variety of color and buckles-e was ak a. P .re:. p. of o, which isss.atW
.. . [] r_, f OkiV60 0 P pHONE .1= ...... -. ; h^ o loftheet. .
I8 e ~io wld Io fN .e district, to I Pr-M, .C.AU+I,
all stylih .. aftinOan, t3! W;rM Kama. j tdatswill give a depth of 3 feet ags a
"".. u f -.iii "- Ko wiyt, ? -p ."
.wel. .h with -otis). |e| aW X~ s.u ,is or seek carao there for years to come. .ll.o ..
'I'T. fttn cosiucted the pre ntIon an- amu~ DbChm.C, S Mr. Wibms has returned from a
T H E O H ITElW Wr 3 S T l RE tl5 J 4Ose For a by W. H. White C vilst to the Florida end of the road, .-- .; __..___._+ _
," ,ca hh Is being md'ade. atarr aell.

h + ,.m "+:t _a raa for ualg on a swt t engine and American Leajue. come available until somne tim e next. L 4L
w ~. o) d w th e ack .to the ,Washngton 3, Detroit 4, eleven in. year, perhaps, and the deveonent f
,You a MAV T think yhlu S byU aII r1 -IIIc ofao ** nros ....te ..e. lh tpe i of t*e ohamr toe ,a -" n A-* ;o & *1ate-
S-*- -w- y- t UI II IH U o at of a ton 3, ,hiao 6, eight .lns. Thts will be but a part a the .en-
Sjo when I te y at the or The rowe rain. eond ame postponed, rain eral eveopment," said Mr. WU-la
S!- " ,, .. ot the gro, ,en the d ew York-. Louts, ra. last ght n pea g of the work on -:.: --
T- 2 P.. C1.nt Tuju.Mnt Artved. m a was reta ed aMoaaHI the two -- the harbors. "The time has arrived m t-.t uae
1 wit" men wit pets stones, etc. National League. for opening a galf port to twe South
nS S Both'wer badly injured, Mr. Wte oet. Lous 1. Philadeaphla 3. .tio trade, and .arrabelle as a S _.
.. i .a ObIa. r myn.. Hamlsl yth 40 It lmber, eave ot beaten t ty Montomery wrmYno m 10. ne6porn f lom the oa raton. had .e .
'r e t bfor. 1CIsXe,. lu oe wia weas beola. i. temphis 0, NOran 2. a many tohe over Tant pa and Thiemem 5ui'toR
bu,.. a. count _u_+.d ta have t-e i ..M at ,*. a 4 I -di-. d _h. _.. b gett ng .deep w after a the harbor lo {i

ftom 1 .lM to $25.00 now fronm $8.50 during the forenoon and set tor trial Sth Atlantic League. veloped through some ulf port, and Fa g s e
So .. "'-" -- d4rt-s t* "a ,4". mae ias oe Mlacon 3, August 1. "' it ie s ur purpose to make Carrabelle .
hv e. fua.l ln.. of the, cele br ated, POUTmm. guilty were "e.rd. olumbia 3, Charleston 4. that port The harbor Is perfectly DaIMI I ELE
. ,. --- MV ic Ryan; charg- with ( uaat Jack-onvulle'avannI rain, landlocked and Carabelle, the townI sa ii'W fl .":
. a., Q .or an G s s o s city. The popuatio at p0et st 502 S. R. $ t.
too numerous to mention. Give as a Co. ifa. d ab tl |... fr creased within the next few year."
Jall Agstl p.t Br m, Dar s before e jst0of e t pe gace 0t a RA [lAThe develoibent a a tae line o
7A W m .,. Hatrg to Gulf Transit Co. trMlain char d sod w emi matip. 4 the Georgia, l1 loride and Alabama road ..
S I MI AM BkIm2ticr, BrdI, adaway, I Ote of the witOaI IeIae otaeae to N- ti".* has already been wonderful said Mr. I
A IIIX aIrII rm m ro to Jno. A. Iprritt & Co. hhi drn the trial aMis spoan as I I Williams. It was a rather dreary t l II. UWU I
U aUULLU N aW2, A'n cwb, twt, the case was coneltudedt proceeded NilLeaIe pto respect nine or ten years ag
anNew Orlesas to Bt t b. gS _metrre. __- "_ IuninnI LN when e began buldhs the t&d. but ,, thik t 4.
33 12, Palafex St. Cerea, Itaa us, Naiaritl, 2791, New pBen gbearttn, 9.1 YeNol w Y orIth1e population has increased more i; mthat heated
S ".... York to Gllt Transit Co. oed. pleaded gilty to asamltN .'-'r"4 than 5 'per coat. in mome o f th xlon. wife wen't $welter ai
u Pa u oor7, Brs .. D, Barton, r ,,, l,, S I'a a ie 0 and . ta t -. Ues, and prosperity abounds all aon ...
Fr DMobile ton.a*I -Dfor steoye ..oI trse r h-et o.e Growing Preble. G..
Shr Iswoo, r. .1@ a 1s 40,u~F a orde Itne $enot w e PeVt .Co.: xr. Williams says there is but one
T H yo Ic g. _... I a cus nhs cour it. IoW. .. c oa wnf .d future for the country which his -ta R ~mer W o
o. ta i Dm i e ro u. M .Mils Tw c2.,s w a w o.. .c.. Mat1sthe t o ad r nedh. Wavnlb ui a a
n thb uatiteytond te ""'sta 'r-o uD s mlta3se d ..I. a.w er d aWt of lotn 7,ill.. .fIt adnthe through a isri gtero cn meean o I"
e a h Orlyeans, to Gf Transit Company. futledge, whoscourt 2. W.w Rrhaadns pto W. enFa oritee iniams. p .
o today i reseriIved."gT or b or.21, I ver n a w. 4 tl, the oaye Nep. 170 t.. truaee ri be aond s n here. W ma thy If h ewrea
in the Qualities Of the Vi to Gulf Transit (o, comdiau that he leaeO.e cty at Camp No, 1; W. 0. W., commencing at adengae In growingtobacco. a

p taeorlC Feool to A. Browa wn. r la oe. 45 ft., thence N. 170 ft to start tobacco metnropolis of the section.
|>UVIE1 Wgtilaadw Br as, Granger, 2001, Vera nleretary W lseo ar w point, and being a portion of lots.134 'The Georgia, lorida and Alabama r .
Qck Certain, ee- C to. ow th. who ay that tsievet co. and 135, block 14, Old City, $1000 and tabsh alne atoQuSy median no i Of
e aPrincndpe m ltetel.e Ital ss" Moata- -ed" r ow bual. other considerations month ago, atd ifs another rit I
O able and Habrls-t. atdn 174. Tampa to J. IA.I- Merr .. ins&l.W. K atolo e ometeto C llai e a nd re .
SM c ots 14,. King Tra1. 4of Ta survey to olumbus and la *
l. r. .fx O .' sO: wbefor etC#&pm o e &a thu n xt.ft
SPh r a rit p, t lots 5 to 10. nclusve, ock 71. Nw r s near Carrabee on the The totl reor P
R m, r g,- .a. te -anone at n-elClty 'Tract, loto 1, 2, 6, 7, 13, 15, 16, 17 lUne of road and i4 being developed as sacol-, yes y UP -to ldtelek la-
S. PALAFOX STRUT. Mog3r2, ih ... 1,8a.doc to r .rwu4 22, 2,3 and .. ..ubdlvlion of b .ock 1 a re1t The company will double nult was ailnc.. -. e mast
SManItt"ed by Ir sIm^ a t. a abe a ad I let 5 t E. of Tarragona 8t, $1000 and other the capacity of the hotel for the com- mum te'praare resertt wa M f
anc. . b. FCot. 4. P t d something that wi A to sosiih, cons detios. in season. The place was so poplar gre at 9:"'. a., while the aian
AN MTWON, ao 's a s.f.sltlal. Lee Danlell toF. B. Radcliffe,lot24 with-tourist travel last season tha- w 7 d7-a at r11 am. On thi
JOS Mebile, Ala. DEgart oll nRal, bh T1**e suordInate wbo what tp Alock28, E. Krd Tract, 1 and other the accommodations were Inadequate. s date -la year the i a
._, _e. eo, B.... -.evnth .....a fM -ws. h'ad considerations. t________ tteW'otgtreeg te a w as no began ba. tt
S.l -. Ge ar bk 1L75 N am not evementa the vr th at was M ,Davld-Hyer Co. toNW. ,.Morgan, 'thepopu lation has tat dat
Yorktoi Gaxm. lo ide ui yt ms. Jr., lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 137, thee was U8 T st p a1 .
asitKing Tract, Tarragona St., $500. FanrReedinast .e I oom01
Kino Mato u aCo "teagk yQr 13eoth -eb steti i. W. MoMillan to Leslie E. BrookW r L weather n orm G tmp satm::
"1 to ot111-" 1 O'mm9 "---J-', ls 1_ to 6, l nclusive, block 261. New V / F- L., t '.
-. Is Nea __ _ ,-, ruite amcbla iLoadge No. 15, F.. .. s.__.. la.
TI te r 4 1W& IF- No. 7, ., 5, at& Jon's Cemetery, $30. h

T A U I aR Cooa-. O.| We have juft received a ist o orer. You go to bed a p .S of.
Hwd y fi sofZA.k andSO% PLi0wberadAW get up-with.- b$ Mr.Wi Dliams sayshrs I

T HE oil -W",pepsiaiIM L TwniLow d e-d ns d all lMvea complaints. Mra.. vene. L T b a ..
... ._..Ty o tot V&.sdW A" ll e cure for .the Xhhi territo r, .1
recs nothing better tahn .ioa .- "-- W P-- Ft. Worth. Tesas writeL.s:..
a. l -.., "NHve aud Herblne In m, famt.y an :-.thel l a-

."t ...... "- .. W. HIr.W.l%. for years. Words can't experts what .. t h e :
q1og r WI '"A .k the I thnlk about it. everybody in I -
p .Udd Wt aier to wmgr "te Ihotsehold are happy and well, and we -a- =n e-la
1O t tb-ow to W ear-any* s o ....-
Sd the cams.t.sma.

Saeto bethadte =a mlk to brain. the lamih along, rap 0
+ _._ gm.. .. m _h n o vbOjM _ot, as a tal*. -
e ^Z.Erar Th t andry stx yars old, aby all eesbe
Swry man should hare ea- g~ w *^-. 9 have a t p meeith. 81 sarut'e.tbe
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PEOPLE and EVENTSHeard When You Drink :. :_ ,,-''I f'q,! I I

etG: Jl& I I When j TheWedding : :; : 'I

| Seen, and bone, Among Those Who Go, Come and'Tarry | Kandy Kitchen Soda I Iyou I A, MInROElTRICK.. if B lls.Are Ringing .i lib':>,-"<.r-n; t ;$!.

1 drink the best the .1 aa>>l. of the ::044 JDv.dea. That. :

yH Women ani Society Here; and CM B* Produced.A .. .
Elsewhere. 'freshest and cleanest ... l; t .. I
goodrdeal of amusement be 3 .fj
soda may: i
made.' Our dispensers bad,out of a little experiment with a :S. ., There should also be in mind the thought of the home e '' i 11!'

ay.E.. Nfiia ..x .. r......... 669. are, experts' and long, mirror' if you have one Li the .: fcest where: the new life Is to be made or marred. Here 4 : .' 't! 1tt
: know how to mix soda door of a bookcase or a wardrobe. ,Let. '..t' Is ::where our responsibility begins. And much depends : r'::"

.I J"" '. drinks in ,the proper a-boy stand by the side of the wardrobe i ., ',' jra the right beginning The home is furnished not for. : "jCi"4s >::
---- _" _: .. I a -- == S style know Just what to I in snch:a way that only cce-half : S many years. /1-: f,,).
FOR TRIO OF ; I of his be is true they should be bought right. constructed right, ) -_
NTERTAN formerly} iMtes .Joele Griffin ''neant put in .them to body may seen the other calf
whom to bring a bride his reach I and priced right. That's the kind l : f
on re- I you get here and the : : 1: .: s' ,
VISITORS. they; found, after.. -'fifteen being concealed by 433 wardrobe. ;
minutes .
turn. -
jpENSACOUA perfection. kind too that you Can BUY NOW ,. ,
ride from I. To ana PAY FOR LATER. ;,, ....;; :",'
Manhattan persons.atand1n.g at the other side ,
to: Brooklyn]I IToe wedding is the "
and Mrs. B. 'Bagget.te.entert I happy outcomeof :
Mr I :.:
a t their home In Perdue Hill (hav greatly enjoying their- aIL They a long engagement which would I at certain distance it will seem that Entire Bedroom Suits from." ........ .;. ... .. ,.. ... .... .$20 up :,j. .}., ,. J,?,.

L\la. a jolly crowd of young people inlonor 'Beach< this Coney Island, and Atlantic ,1-ave terminate in marriage a year COFFEE they see'' his whOle body for the half : Nice 'little Rockers for $1.2.5-up to.. .-.. .. .. .. .. .. ..,.$20.00 ., ;<{:r. ; j.;
J. week 4 .1
are. visiting ago but for the delicate health that. is visible will be reflected from '
] Mis I \! Aunie their' guestsMisses Baker:of Pms&cola.In Terrtn. friends In Co'nneciicuU.. ,. bride's mother with whom she of was the >1.Rolls ev'er the glass .so as to produce that Illusion. :' Pretty Sideboards from $15 all the way up"to .. .. ... .. .. .. $65.00 : 'fi:: f: ::1
Biscuits '
tad: ;4 ;' Tisfiting old friends Hot : _ _
tb spacious hall which ast3cefY A JOLLY HAY RIIE'TO 'When in Millersburg' I morning at 5 o'clockI : S: ; J
decorated with pot plants arrived last :week.

and eat flowers,.dancing was th$ main MAGNOLIA. BLUFF.: pushed(&rs..Butler is said to be an" ccom i MARSTON& QUINAL! ::. .f
of enjoyment One of the jolliest recently consecrated youngwoman .
are evenings .. .
lea I
Refreshments consisting of. fruits enjoyed was the hay ride arranged of fine charatter. She wasa < >>

tad !ices were served in the large dinIng by airs. Moyer, and Mrs. Fauna, member of.the faculty of'a. !Tennessee -I Kandy Kitchen Cafe. t 108x1108 S, Palafox- St. Phone.148. Pensacola, Fla : k > :i
wber the color scheme of leaving town/at : OL college, is a fine musician and
7p. and
red i1 room.white, was ..tastefullycarried. atla.-sn. returning will social prove a welcome acquisition to 104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 :.....It I-.It........... ..................... .-.-.-......;. :'Ii ;...-r"i)
church circles. ,
"ut They"had, a big wagon to the
The: yjests present who enjoyed Bluff end fish chowder. bathing anda In the few months Mr. Butler has :. ;', 1
most deli? tful evening were Misses good time generally characterizedthe +1., __associated,. __. .. with H _, I need have no terrors! for you .t.; !'
and Pearl Tervin and Miss entire affair. !I I iuc: yosLuraie oi: me faiarox: : enure-n-
-.Willie saie Baker of Pensacola; Miss Octaia Inlhe party were, Mrs. IMoyer Mrs. one of the most important ''Methodist GULF CITY COFFEE CO. I iULJA WASHDAY if you send your washing to ;;: : ::;1
charges In
of Claiborne Miss Mattie the state-he has endeared : l.
'\ TuthiD ; Fauria.JMrs. Gahlenbecfc. Miss Carrie < The New Method Laundry, : .
E. Agee, Miss Ida Henderson,. :Miss Gahlenbeck; Miss 'Rein !Bond, ,Miss and himself young! to'Methodists church, circles in generally H. P. CH1PMAN, Manager. PHONEtICS W.LAWRENCE.v Prop. No.8 WEST iOJUUST.I !5 [:.1'.
XIrand i particular;
Minie Frye rsI* L Hattie Herron Miss Susie Harvey Blenders and of! : .' ''.
it Routers Shippers
:rookS] of Manistee; Mr. and :Miss ,(Jessie Prather !Miss Lena Pen !.and wife wia goes-without be saying', welcomed that his -S ::. .'f' .t.: f fJ
Hytort )!Ir. and Mrs. '1.. J. dleton :Mr..ana 'Sirs. Udell of Kewana cordially '

Fr/e. Messrs )I. D. Lambert of Sel"tr.a III iMr.: and (Mrs.. Long; and Messrs-! when she amv6LP'ENSACOL'A ---- Fine CoffeesOUR J I F fl fll/I/ Q The Jeweler will be In his new stand In the new ',: 'tit

'wV Lanbert William Moore Robert Pine :John and Dan (Moyer -5 Pi UnilO I Brent in few : "
: ; I Building a days. In the meantime O ;
Uamesorwood.. L K. Agee Jr.,. Mr. Len Williams and two brothers >
C'r,A. Fx>rer, Roy saSh H GoMsinithj Messrs Arthur' Lovenda2e, Reuben,I AN ELECTRIC BREAD GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL: he is ready to serve his trade promptly in tha old stand.Prescription ;. :'...

Daaiels TV. iM. q-ook. and Fred Varnell and Will.. Moyer: I AND SLEEP; PROMOTER. : mJUWS maneica. j :

fiimmots, -+- : Rouhlac has If he raises the arm that is In .t-t-':" -,
-4- Moreno son ot the late tAs Mrs -Wales seen none of her sight. -T-------S 'I-- : ,;
General Moreno, one of the bright tamllY.since'she and her husband left another arm, will appear to rise In the p.
PENSACDLA HEH. <.EIGHTH BIRTHDAY.- pupils who help to make the Pensa,iFensacola twenty years ago the mu- glass and thus it-will seem that both '

KEW1Y ELECTED OFFICERS. *tittleMis: ,;Mamie Abrahams cele cola publis schools noted has a passIon tnal Joy of the meeting can be his arms are raised. '

Peasaofa! Templd No. 14, Bath- brated .her eighth birthday' with a for electricky and Is! very readily. appreciated. That is not at all extraordinary; for PrecisionIs t r

tone Sisters under the efficient direction party last evening, at which ice ingenious in discovering and inventing anybody can lift both arms at once. : ;

of Mrs. Josie Ess Philips Installfcg cream, cake and fruits were served .new US s'-for that wonderful motor Mrs. B. S. Williams and daughtersleft Let him raise the leg that is la sight '

officer at the last regular meetinf and she entertained her friends power. Tuesday noon for "Wilmington N. however_ and the illusion becomes "
:p'aced the recently elected officers as beautifully. I| In all "his efforts Rouhlac has thesympathetic /C., for the summer. Mr. Williams! and somewhat remarkable for It representsa 'j

!oJon: : Her guests were Misses Jetie and encouragement of his his son .Benjamin remain in town. person with both feet In the air at S J
'mother,, and when on a. recent evenIng a certainty here. No matter how ,'Ji
urn Jennie Soderquist, P. C.' Fritzina Rosique, /fffelen, Edna. and the'same time.. Even that feat may or-
he watched her set her bread to 1H1
Mrs. Helen Lewis. 01. E. C. Annie GonzalezJosie Braswell Rosa Mr. and Mrs. Carroll White and how the :
rise overnight and then asked herb dinarily be accomplished at quick intervals simple or- complex prescription of 1:; *'
Gertrude Bliss EL S. Altaian ThomasssUa .;
Mrs. and Julia Genevieve Usina (Miss Winnie left last
Mrs. Sophrona Davis E. \'J.Mrs. Clara Sheets Ethel' Greenblatt Kath- just what point near the top of the evening for their homes in Bagdad ,the but image this illusion ef 'a gives the who spectators your physician maybe it is filled here by an : 1r!
bowl the doughahould rise to be'ready person remains
Esther Appleberg, M. T.Mrs. leen and Earnestine Golson iMedeste after a pleasant .ylsit with fr1e ::13. c
..MarthaVrighton, I. G. Rsoique; ;Masters 'Sam .Abraham, :for kneading, she showed him just in that suspended condition for experienced registered pharmacist and ,.:J t ;i
how high It must reach to be a time. ; .
Mrs! Anna Mattson.. G: Earnest Andrew and John Braswell; Just The Pearl Eag'an Home, is now long double checked. Only the best and I trt..
Tight Ton see now how it Is for the purest
Mrs. Mary C. Oertlng, :M. of F. Robert and Horace Rosique; Mr sheltering, thirteen children. Are you easy
Mrs. Lizzie Horsier 'M.!: R. and C. Samuel !Abraham Mr. and Mrs Abra. Then, Rouhlac brought to view a doing. Anything for'them? boy to Imitate the acrobatic perform- drugs known to the trade are used, and only ; 'ff
During the absence "of Mrs. Helen ham. little tiockUke arrangement which he + ance of a jumping jack for if he moves r

Lewis who was called to Scotland bytie Informed fastened to her the that top she of could the bowl to, and bed ..Little (L\Uss.Annie Johnson will entertain his visible leg up and down the reflection such as the physician asks for.-you may be .. :. '.
failing health of her father Mrs! REV J. BARNEY BUTLER WAS go of it from the glass makes it
and sleep, sound all night, without a few of her little frends appear sure there will be no substitution made. }f,1:: i
Bliss is acting as :Most Excellent
his act includes Jbotb
that legs.
: fear that the bread would1 run over, 'Sunday evening at her home on Inten-
Chief -4- TO MISS MAY WILLIAMS. for when it reached the right heightan dencia.. to c E'b-rate her eleventh We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions ,'('i ::'

AFTER DISAPPOINTMENTS' Rev. 'WV "Q. Vreeland pastor of alarm! would ring and awake hero buthday. SHOES IN JAPAN. which is eloquent evidence of the confidence
-MR. DOOLEY ENCOURAGED BY Palafox Tuesday M.. E. church-morning received. announcingthe a telegram -ntime.Every; housekeeper can appredita< Miss Lurleyne Estelle Butler, I'They Are.QlIeer< Ones and Only Cost of both the physicians and the people tJ:

!INEW YORK SPECIALIST., marriage his associate pastor the relief the mother experienced! for daughter Engineer and Mrs. T. J. :. About a Cent a Pair. in

The many friends' and interested Rev. J. Barney Butler and Miss May her boy had never falld her and she Butler of Pensicola, Is being charmingly I I wonder what the poor bootblacks, our prescription department. < 1

fiequaiLUnces: of. :Mr. "Jim" Dooley, WIlliams of Nashville Tenn. .enjoyed a refreshing, rest, nnhauniecl } entertained by' 'Miss( Ethel: LlvioEton if there are any do in far away Japan. \:

K ho recently went north accompanied The ceremony, "took" place In .Millers- 5>y the ghost or. run over aoujn": of Betteville, >Ala. where all the people wear bamboo I' '
by hi* friend Mr. Graham to burg Ky., at 5 o'clock last evening.: and the resulting,%loly" tread until II Jl ,,:+ shoes and wooden'' !sandals footwear m '

consult with noted oocuUsts as to bis From MillersburgMr and Mrs. roused' by .the continued clang whit:, MrYiffoudf'ulgbIm now of Jack which never needs blacking? !H'

failing eyesight will be glad to learn Butier took a. steamer ..dq'fIl..the Ohio zip* familiar to victims of alarm sonville, is spendlag: 'a-few days wIth 'In fact the Japanese are a great deal W. A. D'Alemberte f ,

Hat liter 'discouraging! consultation liver to Paducah. Kyi and from therego clocks.: (She tried to ignore the noise I his home folks:en route to Live Oak: of the time without shoes, as they never t t1
,with specialists In .Cincinnati. "Washington. to visit Mr. Butler's' sister In and sleep on. but the racket was tooIislstent on business. iff ,
II wear them their houses.O .,1,1I
and Baltimore, he Is now under Illinois. -They :will then"return to Then she recalled herLou's S I '. e of the queerest .sights in the ;r.j ;
the care of New' York specialist who ,Nashville where they will spend a" latest invention and arose to: \\tiss Eliza .Cavan. who .has "been II
discover that it was only 3 a. m. I streets of Japan is"the collection of old No. 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109 ii
has greatly encouraged Mr. Dootey to I day or two. and. reach Pensacola in ill at the home ofher aunt Mrs. I ii't
and new, the and the email-shoes! 1
to look at large !
However she _
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lope that he may not entirely lose I about ten days., :3JaJette 'on Palifor Hill,<,is Improviag ------- --. --- -------- --'- ---- -, -
,l\a eyesight. I The news of the marriage will be a' the bread and, sure enough the dough and it is hoped will now soon be out which are seen outside the doors of the I ,:: -i-c
had just reached the critical point u houses where they are left These shoes : f /
The JXHES men are. making the surprise to the many Ffensacola' enjoying life In Pensa 9. !
most of their trip and enjoying all friends of the'young pastor,.for, with make perfect bread and all her an- +.-: I have a separate place in them for the I :
r IT. : '
the points of interest within con the -possible 'exception-of. one or two uoyancg at' being aroused so unseasonably Mr. ertJso, Miss Hettie big'toe, but the wearer is so used to PENSACOLA Marine Grocery Co" fJ 'l
A-enlent! gave place to pride and Church Miis : them that he in and out of them
distance of the cities where olosely; associated Intimates no one and Edna Olsen have returned steps I
hey sto,. The only homefolks they seems to have 'suspected when he pleasure.. from Oakland 'Basin, where eo quickly. that they hardly stop to do I CLASSICAL SCHOOL 604, 60S S. Palafox St. 1"U;

tATe seen! are ilr. and !Mrs.. HobbsJotirnal's left suddenly, few days ago that, he Now instead of "setting the dough"at they' 5Jent; the'Fourth guests of Miss It. In the house the Japanese sit or lie Phone 725. 'T :. 'qi
>dusk she sets It the last thing at S '
r night then sleeps! the sleep of the Croa. MedcaJf. on the floor when they rest and never v: J. VIDAL, Manager. "tL; : ,.t

I tht ati'as/ijoii. Feature. I;justly proud and reliant mother tillca1J.ed Mr.. J. Simpson Reese' and family walk When unless they with travel very they clean take feet se.veral PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS We carry a full line of Imported and f'1 ,t;: 1'1'
at a reasonable hour in the 'AND GIRLS.
last for Colo- : Domestic
morning. did not set away night pairs of shoes in case the old ones give Groceries and Provis c.Il8. : {< !i
iedo Springs as tttey were' unable to We want your patronae.: :
And now &he might be appropriately secure: sleeper accommodation, but1cv out This sounds extravagant to ns, Seventh Annual Session Begins Sept. _ _ _ \7-- '<
called Mrs. Necessity. today.Judge but it la not for their shoes cost onlya 11.' 1906. .. 1e- ,

I -4- cent and t half a pair. Of coarse, + :
This school limits the number of -------- t ; j".t
CALLED MEETING OF and Mrs. A.' C. Blount their there are more expensive ones in the I pupils received to such .as can be S K:' .
M. E. MISSIONARY SOCIETIES the'middle class
on (OX;. Clement, and daughters shops but wear the taught thoroughlY

( TO ARRANGE RECEPTION FOR Uses Mollle,' Carrie and Claire cheap kind.-Exchange, I It prepares for entrance to our leading During the summer W' .!
I leave today noon to spend a month universities and technical
th./ There win ta a caKed union meetingof DC two at JWaukesha Springs Wis. The Lost Family.A I and for intelligent, useful SChoo1.1
the Home and 'Foreign Missionary: months receive rfr;
-- great crowd bad gathered to wit The thoroughness of Its we '
'. Societies la bbe Sun<1aY school room of -Mrs.: ILL Ntehels left Tuesday ness the closing exercises of the village Is best attested by the records of its : '

the PalatoxM.. E, church. Thursday :noon to vlset friends In Selma. Ala. school. It :was 10 o'clock at night i! students who hare entered om leading fresh j ;.
afternoon at 3:30: to inskenrrange-: when they finished, and everybody universities. In every Instance a shipment j V :
for the of Rev J.1Ba.rnq
ments reception
MIss ESeanor Marvin has return
far collegiate
they have entered ( -
started for home.Then suddenly some where
Butler and his bride., fiom an extended visit to relatives in one shouted aloud HLlttle Paul Chil-; work they have been admittedto f! ? -j;i
of the church. a.u4pe(1a.l1y
The members
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all members o!tfc9& Missionary -, iCksoaville.Don't ton is lost!" Now, Paul was only four the sophomore class. Nunnallys II

Societies, are urged to be: use ordinary Extracts when and a half years eld. i educational Instructors Institutions.trained in. Laboratoriesof our leading !
hurried alone down the
present.. ; you can get Blue Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely science for student experimentwork. ,
-4- -5 i pure, goes twice as fars3 path to the spring hoping the little one One of 'the best equipped school
Miss lAnnie MoWiUiams left Tues other kinds and the'' "Blue Ribbon might have taken that familiar walk. south. / '
gymnasiums In the W 11
day noon to visit relatives, and Flavor" is perfection.FOR Ab. sure enough a tiny figure was For catalogue and further information Candies
friend In ;&cKinncinrUle for about ten the
coming with brave. little steps cp address. _

: SALE.A sloping path! H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, Pr n.; :::1 fq1
days.Miss .' : lot of fine milch cows from the -Ob. Paul" cried the minIster. running 909 N. Spring St < r :
.I' I 'With vMr. and Mrs. J. Simpson Reese 'J 1 ; t:
: Tjurjon & .McMillan.PEN11ACOLA.ELECTRIC. to be lost?" DOG LICENSE TAGS Every Tuesday :
(o spend a month or two at- ColoradoSprings. "
1'f bested angered
"I d fink ,
\ CO.'S the little fellow a quaver of relief to 11

) (Miss Jette. little daughter ot Mr. ADVERTlStNQ CONTEST his voice at the big man gathered him The dog license-tags have arrived and Friday : '

t(\ spend a month or more with In the Pensacola Electric Co.'s tired little. tone "But the rest of the prepared to Issue dog ll enses. Call b

friends in Montgomery and In Gran1Veiw. advertisement contest A prize of a I family must be. losted, for I can't find at the Theisen ,building and procure This L

Ala. beautiful electric portablereading i .em'anywhere them. lOjulySt insures the ;

lamp will be given to the person sending j
Hon. William! A. Rawls, returned sR.yal Mechanics. BEDBUG RECIPE I,
in the best general all-round electrical Iii
!last night from a. visit to his family advertisement for that flrm. Try Perhaps"'yoQ may **' surprised to -, I perfect freshness of j

.1 In Tallahassee. :your hand at -writing.. It is inter hear that many members of the royal Easy to Get Rid of Them if You Know I .'1 f .

.1J esting work] and you may have a talent families of Europe have learned ordinary How. these candies at alltihTes. '.L j !
Capt. and (Mrs. Richard Norris and Edward of England been tried to
for-it It costs you nothing to try. trades. King Many things have exterminate
\ T J son: Alfred of the Salvation 'Army, re', learned la Us .youth: bow to make 1 bedbugs: but Stearns' Electric .

\ turned last evening from a most enjoyable stockings; his! son tLs Prince of Wales. ,I Paste Is the only recipe that is Weare. I 1
visit of two weeks wth! ::':rs.Norris's t: ;
THE ANT can. make ropes; the. late czar of'RelEta -. absolutely reliable and never falls- t
fIj (Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
parents -' practical farmer; the Ger Apply the Paste to the corners of
was a
on their country place near Meridian I "Facts About One< of Natures Most In. man'emperor Is a typesetter; .KIngH11111bert' bedsteads mattresses', sprin'gs and under how selling more < r i
the slats and the bedbugs will soon
I dustripus Creatures. of Italy was a shoemaker: "
Miss.Mrs '
\ be cleaned out ,'
Marvin the accomplished society When spring comes, with' all Its and Queen Victoria was quite expert This remarkable exterminator Is the I! of them than .t-
we : '
s editor of the News has recentlyresigned wealth c< opening buds and'new flow with knitting needles. only one on the market where you get :; ., .tj
: the ant is preparing for a season:
that position. elSe -r-- I '
if fails also
back it sure
your money ;
+ of'profitable industry, Bewar of "By a ad By. have done be- : 11
to cock-roaches rats and mice. ever i
Mrs. Charles B. Croman and lttte, 'It' : comes out of its winter quartersand If 70n hard work to do. Sold everywhere or sent prepaid on1 I .
daughter Marie of St Louis, are in locates a. new home 'where it can Do it now -; 10" t
iS -- the dty guests of her sisteTw Mrs j store"away, during the summerJnoattjs Today the-kISS are clear- a3. In ttce. Paste receipt Co.of price. III.Stearns'Small Electric size fore.
Toaorrow c:osdi"taVt com vwj 25 .4IJ
!Jack QIcGulTQ, 806 East.Gadsd. > Mrs : ,. the sustenance for the longwinter ::IJ
Yesterday not for you; cts.; hotel size, eight times, the :
; 11.00.SUPPLY ;
:"' formerly "Jnst as industrious as the ant-biii tity. : .1.1ij.
CHILD'S LACE TRIM MED NIGHTCRESS.;. : ; I I'WlIe btred as ,Miss Eva Johnson ._ .
of Pensacola resided I In St., m' a different way are the .countless you bar a *)n; to las. "
the frocks by the little collar'Md-cuffs;: are'edted with since -taflnitisimal germs which burrow SIng :t now. 1 :}1
worn tacks : Louis. her marriage.Mn. ICE- ,
10lQ; simulate In appearance those lace as is the -fulf ruffle which edges < > into the scalp and eat away at: the Let the a*DOtes song of of gladness bird !a eprfnrt Sol Cahn & CO. t;

*WOI'U b.i the srown-upa the same cant the yoke, ribbon tun" beading heading :and Mrs.'C. F. Zeek and family! roots of the hair. Let every &*t acme nrcste bring; FOR: !
? be said of the undergarments and this ruffle.-jrhichtglie: ;a4)retty fin leave to-day for Brook's \place 'on As they burrow away Dandruff r. Slog It cow. DeFUNIAK

1I1 trobes. J.madl prefers the 4ow I ish. Thesa jMother Hubbard night-,Santa Rosa, sound where they will:. /onus rand H the; germs are not all ; if'I' ,' .
SCbed. short sleeved garments for rctoes are"easy:to mate at.hbsie being spend several weeks.' tUbed. Baldness results' ;" U ron bav kind words! .to JLT.Sy The Pure Food Stars, "
nIght "Vear butt for the. little maids free from tucKs *and 'pleats wweb'Youlil.tend Newbro's Herpfclde Is the only thee BOV.Tomorrow -t'Scdi1wut \ : '
; 4orsa. -
whV not cow : way
jjny 79'-T' | Until our Ice house, which was. destroyed -
are more subject to sudden coldsShnecked to." PUk.ethem: warm' and : ( John. "White accompanied! by known remedy which kfllsithe germs. Do a ktedMM while son w.r' Cone P.lsi.i asS lateadesciaFhonesI2 .-
the "- and'iongeleevegowaa.y u eomfortabIeThatterL Is such her .youngeI'eons Messrs Eddie and For sale by W.. A. DCAlemberte Loved ones trill sot *J.t;_ Iota,; b.y fire'at DeFunlak Friday, i' : ...'
.Ire iredTni* full, foundJoked as;aswnLallosr.QLelahQrate InIIUDg' It :Tommie,wjll; leave in a day or two druggist and apothecary: 131 South Se tM.---. July 6. can be rebuIlt. we will supply B 'i" I
ice !
!'otl1r HubbariJ gown can Be maevery desired tut-wise\ mothers Icok] or sl lmplicity -:tn spend afjnonth.or two..with. bersister'.eal Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps to and adjoining 'placesdaily' -r; .' t :
"*? tortabl for summer wear when 'in'vdress" .fMibeyKlttl.- maid *. tall : bjother; ilftw, Mr.ani )Irs. Son $sample to-The: Herpicide. Co.-, De- '" 'by'express.PEXSACOLA- )! .- 'f 4:1:1irt
bU4t: of a soft nainsook.' The tura- times. v John Wales..of..Boaners S'errr, Idaho. .tJv>it. Qlich. The Journal by carriers tOe weak.iiiiiiiI ICE DE \pLY CO i.? 1. : t, i
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A "THINK"FOR : I $1450. S 7th Nice Avenue 5 room near'cottage Ga3sden.;' 'Nort" $, and Good Investments

$1700-Elegant 5 room cottage Easy
I Cervantes. S _

I $2500-6 room dwelling North Hill : InvestmentsFor I '

! ,near R. E. Lee Square and rLarge two story house; desirably situated within a half blockof

; ; YOURSELF I S School No. 1\ Bath, gas, electricity : .- I Palafox street.. ... .........' .. ... .. ... ... .. S ,$8000

; all modern., A FINE PIECE OF BUSINESS: Sale'fl'Phree ,
!$3150 7. dwelling North Hayne A comfortable one story cottage, splendid neighborhood North

$3500 Elegant room residence.East Gatte- PROPERTY ON THE SOUTH, SIDE'I S < Barcelona! street.. .. ......... ,. ... ... .,'. .. .. .$1700

- ;; Suppose yOU who haen't a home of your own. or do den. Gas bath and everything room house N. Alca- The east jslr lots ot'block 94,1 ew City Tract overlooking both

-,;i not own a piece. of real estate Just sit down and modern. f : bF E.. :NTENDENCIA,, NEAR TARRAGONA ;pLtJu nit, rents $60.00 per year, 5- tar and! .bayol'! .. *. ......... .. ... .. ... ... ,$2100
: $4000-.7 room North Alca- In good ,condition. You SS
.if. have :a'quiet .thlnk" with jourself., ,Ask yourself residence. STREET. THIS IS A .
m t why you :should continue to pay' rent; why continue nix, right on car line. Lars; won't find a ,better Investment S Three dwellings with large lot northeast corner of "Wright and

throwing,your money away; or rather giving It-: to : lot; modern 4mprovements. i BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING INTO.! for the money. : 'Da. rJi reetS.. '\ ... .. ....... ... .. ... ... .. .. ..S .$;2,
,I someone else. and for nothing In the world but their : $3150-Large dwelling near School No. .
I S FIVE LOTS 2-STORY RESIDENCE 120.'New: Clt Tract containing twenty lots.. ,
:-" receipt that's all you get to keep. We have sev t AND A I All of block ? 5300o

eras properties that can be bought with but a little I t. 1HOME NEW CITY. CORNER 10th! $S 20 I-Lot 60x150 oa East Jack S Two cottages on large corner lot on the northwest corner of W
: hundred
than that or so
I more down and"the 'balance same renttmoney on easy terms. Better talk. to SITES. AVENUE AND .11th STREET. A S son none; beautiful left like building it; buy site the! Jackson! ,and .,B: streets............ .. ... .. ... .$1000

us about it and see what we have'on our list No $ 600-Lot on East Ja ksout'fbIGckI : lot Ad we will build you Five lots on the southeast corner of 9th avenue and 11th St $1350

doubt we haTe;something that vou(J"would like., .. .,- from cart liner,60 brlSO --i BARGAIN IFSOLD AT ONCE 'S the home.

$ 700-80 by 137 tf:ft. EaSe LaRua! A one. story.and .a.half_dwelling at No. 331 East Romana St. $1200

half-block. of car-',line.8 Overlooks ,f Four cottages, In block 31. New City Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. jisoo

i Pensacola Investment ,$1250-Quarter bay block. 16th &ve. ,and S McDavid-Hyer Company, $1500-Takes 207 West both King blocks, each, 113 containing and-I All of block 121 West' King,Tract,,,containing 24 lota. .. ... .$ goo
10th street; 200) by 137% feet i 24 lots.
facing east or south. Agents New' York Six room dwelling on Zarragossa: St, near Seville Square. $2153
l', : A. H. irALBHBEHTC City Manage... $1000 160 feet by 137& facing south .- S ----,
' i I| on East Cervantes overlooking Lfe! Insurance; Com'p "y; r
.. W. H.SNOWIES, President. R. SQDSOX Sicr t ry.I bay aatfctayou.LESlffilTBROOKS. --. \block 115 East King

7'. '. J.L STILLMAJC V..PTU.Ufl G a.,Mtai T. KNOW1ES BYEK. Trusonr. 8 E. Government Street. $1300 5 5 Tract, between .Alcan'-z HOOTON & WATSON
! '
f Kael Mate Loans, Ceneraf Invent menf a.t t and Hayne
;: Phcnte 7tO. Pensacola Fla. Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.
t 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola* Florida.

,t' .Phene 412 Fisher Building' flfl-7 room cottage on.corner i PHONE'54.NoS1 PALAFOX ST. P. O. BOX "LF "

I $1 UUU 7th avenue and Cervantes I -

Lot: 5xl50. -

IA: Few HELP WANTED--' Are You Looking For =-

-Gets a neat 5 room cottage J. CO.
WANTED ., a Home on North $1750 I- ; lot 40x152; all modern -: ---55--- rumjuininn FUIL__ ??|-l

! E In ByI. .' Local agents *in every and well Improvements built! good neighborhood new-; Artesian. Well DrillersFor EAST Uoa. PASS Good-fishing The place and bathing for a ,vie 030

Bargains Hill?, convenient to I and
f town"in West Florida Saw Mills and shady; good board at reasonal:t
{H. T. CRAWFORD for hanl cars, church and schools,J Turpentine Stills Especially.. rates. For particulars apply to ,? 6

the Union Central Life In.' I S have a nice seven room and and for $250000 can get Geneva, Ala., and Gracevllle, Fla. Woodward or L. Deaths Destin. ra:

I 200 W. Intcndcncia, fiveroomsS1O.65 surance Co. the an cottage, bath gas and city water, corner lot 160 foot front. I I We have three new first-class drilling -ljulylm
great -
: Real Estate : of Guillemarde and Jackson Sts., I machines. We ,are' prepared to
nual dividend company. Expedience -I lot 45 ft. front by 125 ft. deep nice II : put In wells from four- 'to'twelve Inches COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DJ'uIl'1Fla.New
lots, W, LaRua St. car \
neighborhood: one block from car I $4504 in diameter and from one hundred
unnecessary.S and on corner cheap. i management; newi> tar:
100 ;
five CnThs! place is bargain.$2500': hundred feet In depth.
dwelling rooms a sixteen
'" Story and a half nished; free bath and

: ing six rooms with lot 192 ftby ,end hall.... _________$11.65 I shall call' and instruct' I reception No. 812 N.hall Barcelona, bath,, ,.,city six room water?,j 8 lots in block :39,: do our work promptly. Wd guarantee good meals and good'beds.sample. TravelIng roans:
gas saUsfacUon-
384 ft., running through from you. Iii ,j $1200-For men especially solicited. Rates Ji
houses :
City; two new i .
street to street being in the 2 nice office- rooms 315 1-2= B. S. Williams excel ent neighborhood, house nicely: have been built on this i We give the. best:of.references.FOR per day. Mrs. ). H. Stanley, Prop.
western suburbs:. .. .. .. $1200 ...,. finished and modern in every way 29may.
A desirable building lot on South Palafox. S, agent I .. .. .. .. .. .. ,** ..k ...$3500: S block within the past year.
very I 1 I No. 208 W. Gadsden; 8(.. We want all .owners of property to
7th 'near Jackson street,
avenue 1\1.\l\"TE'D-Competent matrons and stOry'1 SALENew PARK HOTELr
seven room house lot 48 ; ft. list with us anything for sale. We Wny pay $HO p?
splendid neghborhood! lot 75 List with guards Florida State Reform!: by1 I day when
. I your property us. at |will soon. have two active salesmen you can get as good rooD
j50 ft. deep. House "newly papered i ian
feet front by 146 ft. deep.$900
School. with to Wat1! and bed for SOc.
Apply references '
who will their exclusive time to Coolest pare:
4- A lot on the west side of' Tenth We will furnish good tenants ter Rawls Supt. lljlwiWANTED in good: condition''With bath: ga' give eight! TOom house with hall,10th Pensacola. u
I let Special
f and all modern coaren'ences, fine: selling property Don't delay but rates by the vet 1
avenue, fronting both Gregory and : us hear from today. Ave. 16th St, This place ,has to be or month. One block from toffice22may.
: and Helnberg streets, 50 ft. front prompt returns. 'neighborhood .* .. ... ,,_ .. ..$4500 you and po
S -A ..bright jojung, man to; Fire, Bond and Accident Insurance seen to be appreciated ._. ..$1750 .
by 156 ft. deep, containing two ,
work In store. Apply to Pensacol l f 1;r EAST HrilL RESTDENCE. Agents.
dwellings sold .AT ONCE $1900 -- Tea Store., 11J! J Lots 3, 4 and 5, T>!ock 140, New
i' I On E. C rvantes St, .between llth: City.. .$60 bay front. Opera

r HOOTON & WATSON I WANTED-WhIte barber. Must be and 12th Aves., five' room and hall cct- L. S. BROWN & CO. ,BlockS 125 and 126, Petterson Addition June cooL 1. Good Large fishing airy ,and bathing delightfully : am

sober and dollars ,tage, lot 80 ft. by 132 ft/Glnches deep,
It H. T. CRAWFORD steady; ten week i 'water front, new six room boating. First class table. On elec

;; t to start on. (SIcKIssach's Bar r house house new. city ,water; near schodl "We Sell Lots" ThelsenMiscellaneous Bldg. house on same.. .. .. .. ... ..?1,600 trio car line. 15 minutes ride from city
heading Real Estate, Rental, and't hop. Carrabelle fl,. 10j5tWjANTED t.i.! nice neighborhood: two blocks Regular boarders
: from % easy Block 63 East King Tract.$2,600 and trans.entjTerms
S I. car"line.. Can'se ) n terms ,
t Insurance Agency. Peal,Estate and Rental Agent -A bright young man between $1550. 5 Lot '7 to, 14. Inclusive, block 171 Inn, Pensacola.reasonable.Fla. Address Old< Ml.
the age of 15 and 18"years to 5 New CIty., rJ. .. .,._ .. ." ....$1.600J mai
315 1-2S. PALAFOX learn drug business.. Address P. O. BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak

t' Professional! i Directory Box 625. City. 8July I/st your. propertywith me and I CHALLENGE-1 hereby challengeany A. WILSON & Co. Good beds, airy rooms SPTfng t/t!/>ga'//
will sell 'it. J J.
u ?. =- horse: for a'race Friday after meals; free bath and sampl room
WANTED+'Men, 'every' where; good S noon at Kupfrlan's' Park; ,half mile Special attention to traveling men
: pay;"* to stiibute: circulars, adv. heats. W. J. Corner. lOjulySt Real Estate Agents, Rates 12.00 per day. J. R. Brown

I; T. G. YATES M D11: Will Double In matter, tack signs,' NEW STEARNS TYPEWRITER; has Prop.

,. Address National Distributing Bureau; Jr. arrived. The great modern type SaljaburyBuIlding, Room 7 HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES
v 100 Oakland Bank .', ,
Bldg.: Chicago, 1U.Sjulylw .
OPTICIAN writer. Pensacola Typewriter Exchange -Before
your carpet ;
S 5.: I anii'bd r-\t': 315& S. Palafox. Phone 279.GEO. .
3Oti THICSBV, BUILDIN '"r Cor. Government : ting buy a supply of old newspa,
Value Insideof FOR RENT to put underneath and .
protect It Oat/
WANTED-Carrier boys, at The Jour. I Phone 637 JOHNSON Contractor and five cents 'a bundle at this. office. '
nal office. Builder. Will give you estimatesfree -
"WM., D. HOWE, on all work. Repairs a specialty. FOR RENT-Store at No. 32 W. Qov .
I ernment street. Apply at Boston HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all tni
Phone 1053. 6julylm
: 'ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW WANTED-Everyone' toKnow that I WantcdWANTEDGentiemap Shoe Store 8JUly year. American and European p'an

,14J6.EAST GOVERNMENT': ST. a YearThat The.Journal has nice, clean old pa. NOTICE-Having installed machines Special summer rates. First-class II

: .prs for sale cheap. Only five cents i I desires work of for the manufacture of galvanizediron FOR RENT-From August 1, new six every respect Pleasant and convea
a bundle. cornice, skylights, corncegut.: lent Mrs. T. L.
I modern 119 W. Gads- Bowen Prop, Pen
JournaL room cottage,
kind. T. D.
Is what a great deal of real estate any Address care
t! DIREC7:0RY1, in Pensacola Is "going to do and t lljulylw* ters circular mouldings, etc., I am now I I den. C. Gunter Eimore. SjulySt sacola, Fla. i3api
prepared to do sheet metal work of
I some of It Is In the following list: t I
kinds short notice.
Half block, In New City fronting WANTED "WANTED-Stenographer and type all on Satisfac- FOR RENT-Some nice stores on E CENTRAL HOTEL CHIPLEY-op

f t Jeppa tedge, No. 6, I. O. O. F. Calakm'a square.. ... .. .. ....$750. I writer. Business correspondence, tion assured. Estimates cheerfully Government street; cheap rent. The depot Large and well lighte
Joppa, Lodge, No. 6, L O. O. F, given on work In or outs'de the city.
"j Half block in East ,King Tract In5 i legal work etc., sol'-cited. Satisfaction Fisher Real Estate Agency. Ijuly rooms. Free sample room. :Meals
,'TEIISecond hand
l meets every Tuesday evening at 7:39 j roller top Reese Fisher Chas B. Vetter IS W. Intendencla. all hours. Special attention '
settled neighborhood .. .. ..$7001 desk. guaranteed. Edwin to tr ieliag
!f o'clock at Odd Fellowa Hall. Belmont Address with full particulars Phone 98. 23ma1.1SA"rA FOR RENT-Five-room cottage East men. $%.00
One-fourth ) day. J.
block on Toledo square P. ,O. Bojf778, City. ',building. Phone 375. lljulylw.f per M. Tu:?
ani' Baylea street Visiting brethren New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800*; gjuly. Pavilion Gregory, near Railroad shops $8 gle. Prop. IJmarla
'tf art* cordially Invited. L. S. S. offers month. C. R. Yaeger, ThIesen
Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New f W.-\-"TED-Sltuatlon wanted by young per
. S S T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G.J. City, at.. .. .. ..... .. .. .. ..$200 WANTED; -First-c'ass: hat cleanIng.:I man with technical education as the best accommodation for building. Phone 6S6. juneld CHIPLEY HOTEJ..-Can Settert'ni:
' and recreation be found
t .:'Wi OINGLES, S & Old hats made new. Cleaning, Dathing to on -
:; 31Jan6m.Pensacola. 200x132% feet on East Hill carline pressing and I draftsman or In some other capacity the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair FOR RENT-A, R. BIngham has storage Prop. Special attention to commtr
'J-i' blocking; Satisfaction
.. .... .... .. .. .. ..$1250 guaranteed. Panamas. SOc. Straws! ,I i requiring: special qualifications. Ad- leaves city wha-f daily at $:00 a. m. room for rent suitable for furniture clal travelers. Free sample and bat)

:i S Lodgj. no. 3, K. of P. Lots In East King Tract or West 25c.. Felt 35c. Derbys, %5c. Vctor: : dress D. C., Journal. 8july3tr Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton. Mfer.12may. or other goods. 104 and 106 rooms. Large rooms with good bed
rl.rmeets every Monday'ennlng at 8 lyng Tract very cheap and on easy J2 per day. ISmartjs
: Louis, 100 E. Intendencla street .All I South Tarragona street. Phone 39.
7s o'clock at their temporary Castle hailS terms. Improved property In West In. WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers

ti-: over Pou stable. Wt Intendencla St. King Tract, netting 10 per cent. on Investment come 19 jnlm I at 5c a bunde.: Apply at this of I If you will look around: the house; FOR RENT-A nice S room cottage PAT HlTEL.-open sight and day

t1 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed WANTED-All owners ,or I fice. They are all whole, clean and you will find a lot of rays In whiCJ on N. Spring. with bath gas, etc. European plan. Rooms light s-ni
J. A. KIRKPATRICK. a C. See us In rezard: to Lake View Haven know that poultry to I nice. you' can use old newspapers. You at $15.00. Inquire fisher Real Estate clean. Transient trade solicited

ti}> } H. HORSLER K. Of R. S Property.. Prettiest place in New ebrated Conkey's we are Poultry agents for the eel- I can buy them in any quantity at this Agency. ", ljune 675-579' S. Palafox. Ju. S. Nlcolai
Remedies. H. ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and Sheet
r Ji eeun_. ofKn1gtti City'and Is on Bavou Ttxar. i office. They are put In bundles Prop.
[To' the Guaranteed to cure up
rape cholera: Iron Worker cornicework and skylights .
; FOR RENT Elegant two-story
of Columous ) D. Hale Wilson j gape and to kill fleas lice and ml eL a specialty; roofing, gutteringand II. convenient to carry and sold at five residence : FERRELL HOTEL
: are held at their hell & Co. Also their wonderful cents per bundle. corner Strong and Spring Sts. Sneads, Florid
egg produce F. 315 South Palafox St. I
; I to C. H. Turner. Rates $%,00 day. Nice
Apply per
No. 8 West Intend lOmay rooms
n1 Phone 234 15_Sooth,Palafox$4,5OO.OO I S. Mellen & Co. Phone No.. 234. Phone 560; residence phone 1316. i I
cia street on every S S J'. H. PORTER sallmaler.: 716 South good beds. table the best. J. 11. F.r
; 18apr. FOR RENT-Two desirable
I Monday evening at 2junelm. Palafox street Orders taken for very elL Prop. 17ap'I
stores on first floor of Manhattan
1:30 o'clock., An In- tents awnings stools and '
_ t TltAUon'la WANTED-We want your orders for WANTED-D. B. White wanta your etc. Priceg camp reasonable. Ilou.ecots. hotel Corner Garden and Baylen. I HITEL VERNON-Rates |2 per day
S 1 to i visiting Knights. exteaded 1907 Art C t Ddar8. OnrSOO orIginal hauling and transfer work ,Satisfaction Sljan. Just completed and arranged In first Special rate by week. Special at

.' JOHN designs to select froau. All guarnteed. Address 1501N8th SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle Oert- class shape :For terms, particulars, tentlon to traveling men. Free

. {/, 8. LEONARD BoTOS Knight. prices. Mayes' Printing Co., Pensacola Ave., or phone 981.WANTED. i ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship etc. apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr I pie room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldln, Prop sam

Recorder. 16'eb.; I chandlers and grocers, only first-class: lSapr.
.-Tha Merchants TransferCo. I house of kind In city. Fair prices! to all FOR RENT-Second story over Lln-
Daughters Rebekah. WANTED-The public to know that wants your moving and J) uuns. denstruth's jewelry store. Suitablefor !
f1 Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters of S we can do all kinds .of repairing All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. ROBT. KING Carpets cleaned, matting offices sleeping Quarters or storage

- S 'Rebekah, meets every Monday night float building norse shoeing, etc. J. sea Proo. Phone 978. ISJunelm. I laid; furniture' repaired polish. rooms. Lee DaclelL 24apr LOST
ft at 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. hall Visit- G. Welsh Carriage ,Co. 27feb MATTRESSES RENOVATEIDNew I i ed on packed on short notice at low '
i' flag Sisters cordially; invited to prices. Leave orders at W. R. Merri- FOR RENT-S-room FOR SALE-
be pres. tick furnished If desired. Guaran. wether's, 112 S. Tarragona.. 2-story Cottage One camping out&l A5
i Phone
. pent. WANTED Electric ,work of sh kind. teed. Crapet taken up and matting 754. SIS W. Belmont Apply S to Walker ply M. S. Wilkinson at Wm. John
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKL Let us your fans. repair your laid If desired. Leave orders at i 6JuIylm I&grabam. April2CWANTED. son & Son's store. lljulv

S MISS WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec dynamo, do) jour-wiring, etc. Paoua Green & Watson Phone 193. "mar i CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. .-Real ,Estate
j M. B. B. A. No. 81, meets first;"and 570. Pensacola Elecui* Co. 205 a Floats built to order. Horse shoving rent lea saloon LOST Small oval pin monogram G
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. Baylea. i a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. a Your bnsl- 31. C. Lost between Bay View Pan

m, Rafford Hall, No 19. West Inteh- Money to, Loan.: 27feb ness respectfully: solicited. 3. A. Wilson and car line or on car. Reward for i r>
Real Estate %
Agent. 22
S W. Government
jencia street.; > turn to 700
WANTED.-The public to know that E. Jackson St llju *
MILTON UPHOLSTERING street. Room 7, Salisbury.
A. G.
TSLL Pres. old newspapers can be bought at '
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore Phone
: J. I* SWEENEY. See. this office for five cents a bundle. They rows money from Jno. A. Hall & WUlie Mima, Proprietor. Furniture building. 172. 3janNoarciandRoons. LOST-ladles gold watch with bla:'>
are all clean and nIce.WANThDCarnlakes repairing of kinds, carpets fob attached "Dan" In bar
.e Co. 14% E. Government St. When In ; name
pensaeola Lodge No- 4, >- 0. 0. F. laid furniture packed for shipping ;
S. For new 2 story 8 room house with 2 Finder notify this office. Suitable rt
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L,.O. O. r. need call on us. Phone 63, Next to Tampa Landing. .'
halls 2 galleries ward.
and laJ"C\' an artistic repaired And repainted S > l julyl
meets every ThursQar venlnir at 7:SO:>> horn with. floats built to ApriL
S at the new hall on Belmont and Bay)1"streets. up-to-date all modem, Improvements ; order; horse MONEY LOANED on all kinds of pn-
.' VIsiting brethren cordially situated on. car line on 'shoeing a specialty.. G.' Welsh Carriage tonal property on short notice. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE FOR RENT-Roomi for rent with Detective
; Invited E. GREKNBLATT high point overlooking} the bay at S. Co. 27febWANTED. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co. 2 W. Mattresses made to order old ones privilege of'ttjht housekeeping. Apply Agency

J. NEVILLE. Secretary. W. corner of 16th Ave. and Jackson Roman Phone' 1165. Ifeb renovtt& New tick famished. 900 E Jackson, St. lOjulylw.

k St. .-An kinds 'ot' electrical Second hand furniture bought and LICENSED BY CITY AND STREET-

3-S .', W. O. W. ALL OF THE MAXENT TRACT work. 'I sell all kinds of electrical MONET TO LEND-On good real estate -sold. Upholsterin-g and repairing eon. WANTED-Tbe! boarders, 203 W. Piedmont Detective :Agency, Inc r'
t Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W. .WEST',OF '"C" STREET NOW FOR batteries and other electrical Supplies security or on good collateral 114 B. Belmont St.. city, phone 771 Gadsden SL' Mlas'Roblaaon 17J porated. all branches of legitimate <*

meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd SALE. S When you need me ring 345 or 955. at lowest rates.: Leslie E. Brooks Davis Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis. Mgr. cret service work. "Write for boo i.

': Wednesdays la each month. YiaiUn MONEY TO ,LOAN AT LOWEST E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry buildIng. Fisher bulldinc. Zljaa TAILORING=a .L. Diamond. fiii r. THREE PLEASANT:'ROOMS to rent let. It tells who we are. General of.

5'- sovereigns S cordially Invited. MARKET RATE OF' INTEREST. E. Garden. ISdec. Gents clothing cleaned pressed and with privilege of- light housekeeping, flee Temple Court Atlanta, Ga. New
F. A. BOOHICH CL; a LOANED an kind of 301 W. Chase St York ..
< J ,MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing MONET on pe r> repaired on short notice. No. lift office ,1345 Broaway. Local a j
LESLIE E. ,BROOKS. Clerk. local property on short notica. long distance
: ; 'phone 1S56 Main.
Welt Government St. Fix
THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. and Cleaning Club 212 N.DeYlHera sacola.
rf; i RATH BONE LODGE No. 30S St, Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Yonr Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs Idee. S FOR R.E'tT-Oue or two- newly fur
>" Rathbone Lodge. No 30. Kntghts of J solicited: satisfaction guaran 28 ft ,South Palafox St, Phone 1144. nished front,rooms; 'southern exposure .
:: PytWas! meets every Thursday nightS teed. Careful attention given ladles' ; with.'privilege phone. Location S For Safe.
Castle! Hall. Members of sister Fisher .Estate Agency garments. Phone 1221. gfet ,FOR SALE. I desirable and; near business center -
-:!: S\. lodges an!! visiting brethren UNLIMITED amouor or money to ioan 422 W., Gregory.l3maylw
all kinds of personal SHOW CASES,WALL CASES AND I
COLLECTION on property. .
'ly Itvlred to atteart COrdial'l OF RENTS A WANTED-A. R. FOR SALEr-SOO empty barrels su
.. S wants Special rates to business men on large SAFES. APPLY OR ADDRESS P. newsp&1'a
I at live
;; S ..# C. ,J.. SPECIALTY.Ph moving cents a bundle able for "dip barrels." AddreVocovich -'
your aDd hauling. He
S caaiAaiees > leans. Thp New York Loan Co.. 204w LINDENSTRUTH, THE JEWELER, at this office. Tkey
; ,K. ; -. 87 206. S. Palafox St.S. aU breakage. !'tonepo.. South Palafoz. PENSACOt-A. FLA. I ,and nina are all clean St. Cooperage' Co., 9 S. Alcan':
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afUI. LI .
oj>-'At, Jaj .aIa j:'_._ Hearst's;:Announcement I:

: *.;.. '. '- ::..:'. V : ..By..

: V Makes Bry&n Sure \f Special to The Journal. f

'I ,, "* .Molino, Juy! 10.-We are having ff Gadsden Street
,DAILY. WEEKLY: SUN.DAY.PUBUSHED ,J some ,real summer weather now end f

'V though:the-days are warm the nightsare t
5 very pleasant. EPWORTH LEAGUE
Harris who
: ,...BY,.. *.***,** **#******* ***** *#******* *** were Mr.married and Mrs.recently Bryant at the Pleasant

THE JOURNAL COMPANY., Hill church. are now. at home in Mo- Afternoon
I Friday
July 13
William Demo-I lino,
_' I The announcement of Ran tily into line behind the great ,
' -w dolph Hearst: positive and definite in I crat who Has preached things and educated tMrs.vHarris was a visitor here,San-
; be but one She came ,from Chumuckla to
FRANK L. 'MAYCS. President and General Manager. the peoplethere can day. On the large and commodious
: its denial of any presidential ambi-j issue to the! nominating convention attend the Hardy-Harm wedding. I steo.:

I ton, removes from the path of Wfl-l and the clouds have aP been'scatteredthat .. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jacob 'returnedlast er Monarch. Boat leaves 6:00 c'ock:
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Ham J. Bryan the only real or const.- left any threat or promise of defeat Wednesday V from a visit to the I In going to Life Saving Station and fct
i r erable obstacle to a.third nominationby for the superb and eloquent leader rth. a run in the gulf. Returning in ''

the Democratic, party for the presidency of our modern Democracy, Miss Grace Wood returned to New for cars. Refreshments on bOard

,I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of the United States. Mr. Bryan's nominatIon is now_safely : Orleans! Saturday! after two weeks

t7 be misunderstandingof assured. Thank God for that!. He pleasantly spent with her parents. t tf tt
One .Year..................$5 M One Monti........ ......... 41 There Hearst's can no distinct and definite represents all that is best cleanest and 'Irs 'Joe Tail and daughter. Ruth, Fare 35c and 25c

I Six Months............... a 50 One Week................. "> statement.Mr. Like everything he does ., purest in our modern Democracy. He of Atrnore. Ala. after attending: the l

i Three Months,.... ....... 1 25 Weekly} .Edition, >per year.l MTb and everything that'he'says, it is bold: has never apologized and never recanted picnic in Pensacola visited here last

frank and ,explicit and, not only removes -I one iota of the doctrines for (Monday, the guests of Mrs. Gnmlar]t _

Only Peamacola Newspaper From Which a DetailedCtfcmlmtton him 'as a possible candidate tot : which the time servers and the halt and Miss Tait Mr. Joe Tait, Sr. came' GentlemensRoad

; the presidency, but gives in the strong-: I Republicans of the party have Toughlj to ,Molfno from: Atmore Monday even-

Statement Cam B. Secat+... est and tersest form hisown_ splendidand I f him., There is no stein upon his CO.Qt ing accompanied h's! wife and

t potential Indorsement. to Mr.'t slstency. and no stigma upon his personal daughter home Tuesday morning. : Spick-Ths me doctor ReasoB.has given Mat up. '

,." Bryan's name. V' 'J ,1 I or political honor. He Is a great Misses Eva and May Davis daughters "What's the matter with him! Race

; Off icaa.108 and 110 East Papers en Sateen Trains The statement'which JUr. Hearst has clean brave statesman. He has never of Mr and Mrs.. A. L* Davis, of Pen-,i I' Span-ImpecuEiosltr, I rues. -- _
i I San Francisco the deserved his enemies went home with Mrs. Talt. and
Government. Phon.38.I' and at all, Newa Stands.PENSAOOLA telegraphed from is I\ thenbuse of or sacola.
; most significant and the most impor- the half-hearted support of the trucking will be their guests for several weeks. First under: the sot '

I" LJ- _____-- -- ---- ____.u-N1_______ ....- : ant utterance which....has so far been I I and timeserving members :of his Mr.. John D. Beck, of Roberts. nasa \ :J the Peasacola series, Driving Ass;::::_' .,!

made In the matter of Mr. Bryan's re-[r party. His character has extorted the] regular apponitment to preach here, Fr1 ay. July 13, at Kupfrians Pa-k *:

( FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 11. 1906 nomination. It has the most potential,, admiration of his political ooponentij on the fourth Sunday of each month 3 o'clock sharp.
bearing upon the fortunes of the Democratic His record is unassailable and with! at. three o'c'ock: in the afternoon. j II I fI fI

party. There was no other, the great executive of the Democratic 'Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jacobi and his I fI I Half Mile Heats-3 in 5.
The Wellman Expedition man. spending his' days in broodingover man in the party :who could have suc- ';party and the eight great Democratic I sister Miss Clara. left last Sunday on
the change that has taken place cussfully opposed Mr. Bryan for the newspapersof William Randolph the noon train for Greenville, Ohio,I Entries-Dr. Kennedy, Too 5 t !gG !

.I': To the North Pole in his relations with the pub tic. A lit nomination. There ,was no other man I Hearst thundering loyally behind: his : and other points in the north where .; T. E. Welles Flossie, Br 11. ja_

; : anxiety which' Is felt for the tIe.whlIe ago he' was the chief figure so worthy to have*received the nomi-! campaign there can be no possIble i they will'visit relatives and friends for: Brown. Lady Wilkes. Br. M
in many gatherings of the best" known nation as Mr. Hearst If Mr. Bryan; doubt of the triumphant nominationand several weeks. I Ii I

; arctic expedition under command of ,and most prominent men in the coun has been the theorist, Mr Hearst has of the equally triumphant election i Mrs. Daniel Proctor is visiting in:, Three Minute Class

r': Peary, which according prearranged -try. He was the merriest of the.merry been the executive of, our mouern "W&iliam J.- Bryan in 130S Pensacola this week,.the guest of her %Mile Heats, 2 in :l.

:. .: plans, should have been heard from and his Jokes were told in bar- Democracy. If Mr, Bryan has been !'And he will be less than the man sister Mrs Murphy. 'I Entries,-Jas. M Johnsoj,., _..s: '..

'1. before this time adds unusual Interest -room, counting room, drawing roomand the speaking evangel,of popular rights we take him to be,' and less worthy Mr. C. R. Barrineau of Quintette, Ana--V., D.) J
. newspaper,office. Now he is for- and liberties, Mr: 'Hearst has been the than we believe,him to be of the great was here Wednesday on business.A Blk. G.; Geo. Clutter Frank S G.
. I5 to the Wellman expedition. which gotten. The fickle public hardly misses fearless and conquerable agent of things that are in store for him if he great many watermelons arebeing

will start from Spitzbergen for thef I him. And he feels the neglect.' It la their accomplishment If Mr. Bryan does not recognize both now and then brought to market now some of FREE FOR JkLLl4Mi1e

; pole in an air ship 'on August '15. A not to be"wondered at that he broods. has said things eloquently and superbly the incomparably debt "which he owes them very fine. Heats, 3 in Fi.

recent issue of the Birmingham He has only himself to blame. He Mr. Hearst has done things fearlessly in this great emergency of his political Entries-Sam Clifford. One Sox:;: S.G .
followed the spirit of greed a little too and magnificently. life'to the the forecasting
courage Snow .
; E. Eglehoff, Drop G GWTO. .
contained the folowing interesting -
Herald far and now he is paying the price.It And so, when the great Democrat genius! and the magnificent executive Connor, Hayrack B. G.

: article relative to the Wellman who does things falls'.loyally and hear- work of William ,Randolph Hearst. I 1 BRENT I
; seems to us that the esteemed
party: Pensacola Journal has gotten it&el ADMISSION, 25c; LADIES: FREE

, Walter Wellman and his c -workers into & hole. It has been calM Joui- "

: : have left, not only Trondhjem, but also ly for the names of the parties who A BIT OF, GOSSIP, left undisturbed." Special to Tbo Journal.
Tromspe, which is the most northerly "Dear old father! He did look happy '
" are furnishing the "wherewithal" fo4: Brent, July 10-iMr. Milton Clopton I Florida and Alabama
. ':; cable station, being but 1000 miles the establishment continuance ot "Don't lock -your door, Bab. I'm tonight He was so pleased with me. returned Friday morning from Greenville eefProeity.J .

I from the pole. He will soon arrive and atDane's the "anti-drainage bureau" at Jacksonville V coming in to brush rny hair and havea. When I was talking to you once I saw Ala... where he spent a few days.J e-Yol1"bad boy Did you steal a, LAND COMPANYManufacturers
? Island. near Spitzbergen and has persistently' state: him watching me with such proud Mr. J. E. Spoon and Mr. Carson have 'kiss from Mary? '

;: very near the spot from which Andreeset that its call has never been answered .chat"Bab eyes" returned from Bonifay.Mr. I Tommy-No, we acted on the prtncipH

out in an airship on June 15. 1896- Recently printel a card from on, nodded, yawned and went Into "Year Alfred Clopton and sisters that fafe qc'O I'Y-t! of

: Andree was never heard from, but :his T. B. King denying: that he was V er room. V "I don't think: a girl'ever had a more Misses Lettie and Estelle spent the = and SAWED Dealers CYPRESS in SH'.SU.ES : -
will not deter LUMBER
fatal attempt contributor to this fund with th' There, now;, Jve hardly had a devoted father., He is bound up in me, day very pleasantly at Roberts on AND KILN.CRIED SAP.
\V llman and his backers in the Chi .
office from making statement that he "was one' o! th llmpse of you.tonight I'm dead beat, and I would die without his love." Sunday last
't cago Record-Herald members of the list furnished it 'Don't "Lots of girls'thInk that till-their Miss Susie Berry is visiting her _
mention the
dead beat
second attempt to reach the pole Jalrly
a If was one, gtve ns th
,. Mr. 'King fathers marry'agatn." neice. Miss Dollie Berry, at Century The Journal Printed
by. means of an airship. I other names on the list: Mr. Journal! word "dance for"- for a few weeks.

V ; The preparations for the new effort I lAnd by the way..The :Journal Is sti "A. wer "Brutes! We settled long ago that Misses Annie and Jessie Van Pelt During Junc, 130G,

;; are on the grandest possible scale. No "mum" as to who is put ng up ft "Ohlmontha, months! It has been a men were brutes didat we dear Bnt of ,Pensacola, are the' guests of Miss
.' expense has been spared, and the funds for Hi9 Excellency," as hi my father to a uqbltr exception.'! Velma Adams this 'Week. a Total of
::.t 'aerial craft itself is of the largest lovely success, thoagh""You -And
one I friends are pleased to call plain Got Major Hardy ,. Miss ,Nora. Berry who has been attending
:..- ever constructed. The balloon part, ernor Broward.-Ocala Banner. look washed out"; said Bab. "Oh, of courser:*. school in town, has returned
of the ship is 164 feet long and its' horrid 150,525COPIES
expressionr "Two
(Why. bless your soul Tlte Journa: exceptions, then. What a home.,

,.? greatest surface is diameter 21.098 is 52 feet% ,feet.capable Us:, published the list In full' Just as it Bab lifted the handglass lying OB bright lookout /or .womanklndi""Don't Miss Mary Berry.: was visiting.' her
her knee and s scrutinized her own far sneer, Bab!" parents Sunday.'
of cubic in the Ocala.'Banner.; What
containing 224,225 feet of gas, appeared ,
., closely. "I dou't-reteeinbermyfather," said. 'Mr. Ellle :Alien and sister. Miss Annie
with a lifting power of 16.000 pounds. do' want? If theBanner of
more you or an Average
Bab "I believe he'went a pleasant evening Wednes-
when thoughtfully.
The car attached to the balloon is constructed "Now I look u fresh as X did
V really know*. who is putting cp the In for horse racing and ccasionally ill day at' the residence of Mr. and. Mrs.
of steel and is 1-3 : .
tubing, &2 t&. evening commenced. 'Thank heaven
does it not say .sot If It Dave Johnson.'
money, why used my mother. V 5,789
feet long. It contains the engine room
I don't show either' physical or ,
my Mr. Ei C. Blanchard of DoUve,
does' not know cot ? her'tf ,
and cabin for the crew, while attached why keep, quist "Pity you like Sal but don't
'.. bodily feelings in my face. You'll. wear, :w :: ;;ob aIi' Ala.. was :visiting friends here this
Vj to it will be the great basket carrying As for Governor Broward: : why does astey
the gasoline fuel for the motors.' There not'tne'Banner;asks Its foolish! ques&u3 out before jour time, gallic." contented-and jest. now.very.comfort week. .
Annie AlIen
V. are three of these; the first of seventy 'Thank'yon, Bab. I think I'll wear ably slft'pj"Sleepy .* : Miss andMiss :
V of him direct? "His Excellency"couM Riddlehover spent Friday in the city. : The following figures show Tbf PP
;.: horse power, the second of twenty-five in'aU probability give the Banner as well as most people. Bnt erhaps if ? Ob, then, ,'I had better sagoodaigitr Mr. Clarence Chunn bas returned sacola Journal's circulation for "':c
and the third of five.
The large motors an that it would you had had my .responsibility on -, home from Mobile but will.leave soon Bs..t Jest v..nt'; day 'during the month of June, '"
will drive the two propelling answer remem-
screws of the ship at your,shoulders ,and.the weight of receiving "Do, dearBab yawned drowsily."Don't for South Carolina resume-his position. -I 'Caasidy-Ol' dhreampt Uaht noight thot with the average number of <.COplt
a speed ranging ber for some time.
expect .see me at a '
: from ten to nineteen miles an hour. and looking after the'comfort very early 01 won five Wound dollars at th' track- dally:
hour. Going? ,Well, good Allen 01 *a trotter car to 1 5,700 June 16, 5,900
Wfcen the of over 300 guests Instead of mooning night Wait Mr. Ellle is boarding out here jest as was getting June ,
:: assembling and testing The story J. P. Morgan snubbed an Instant SaDie., Major Hardy"! for the summer riding back and forth. coir back to Chieago 01 woke oop" June 2, 5,700 June 17, 6003
operations have been completed in the Mr. Bryan is not hard to believe. The about the conservatory with Major Coatlgan.-SanecS< ye relgfat* Ann? June 18
"Oh, darling then he did"- Misses Cleo and Mabel Johnson, Mr. June 3, 5,900 ,
. great shed at Spitzbergen the five millionaire magnate is one of the Hardy' you'would have' looked. washed i "Proposed to me In the conservatory H. Brown. Mr. James Adams it. that would rld tmck to Chicago tousand tn a June 4. ..... June 19, 5,753
winning fire
men who are to make the perilous trip lay car after tro&-I
. : will step aboard and the ship will be class of men whom dr. Bryan: so cntr : tonight But I was compelled to refuse Louis Peshon and Mr. Stanley spent has r June 5, 5,725 June 20, 5.SCO

pointed toward its final destination. often and BO fiercely denounces Bab laughed lazily and nestled her I him." ;; Friday evening most pleasantly the June 6, 5,750 June 21, 5,850

. These men are: Walter'Wellman, Montgomery Advertiser pretty dark head more cozily among "Oh nab!? guest or.Miss Annie and Mr. BlUe Al- June 7, 5,700 June 22. 58:9
U there :was a snub on Mr. Mor the silken cushions. I I June 8, 5,700 June 23. 5,850
Major Hersey representing the na I bad already promised to many len.Miss
tional government and the,reel-graph,: gan's part it is because he is not "You pay the pena.lt7.Sa1.. of being I your father What do you say?' V On Bessie Johnson is visiting her June 9, 5,700 June 24, 6,000
slater Mrs. Olive. June 10 25,
of June
Hoyt 6,000
ic Society Gaston the 'snobs .heress. Naw Insignificant ,
; Henrien, a celebrated above level of and snobbery. hostess and an good night .
;Mrs. Adams, who has been suffering June 11------ June 25, 5,713
..French aeronaut; M. J. Smith,wireless -V But it went no further than Morgan person myself'-baa nothingto
: from poison is now much better. June 12, 5,800 June 27. 5,6J
expert and Paul Colardeau in himself. Mr. Bryan is too far above worry about YM bodiea have advantages Reaewlna To.thfnl Joy Mr. Jake Hendrix 5
,- charge of the motors. and wife and Mr. June 13, 5,800 June 28, 5,700
,Jlr.. Wellman hopes to sail to such a level to take notice ,of :Mr. atttr cur: "Jlgley says be enjoys watching a and Mrs Blanchard spent the Fourthat Juno 14.' 5,800 June 29, 5,653
away I
V the pole about 15th Morgan's littleness. "Yon do ft, consider yourself a nobody game of baseball now just as much as EscamWa. June 15, 5,900 June 30, 5,6:3
August and: he I
Bab. And
things the trip to it will consume 100 I so you needn't"y it he did when he was a boy." Total,for the month.. .. 750,525

.c hours time. He hopes in other V The OeTuniak Breeze says that for Major Hardr'doesn't' think you are a "Yes; clever scheme ot Jigley'a.'* Tit. CJt7.Apartea" -
nobody either!? :
:' words either by the wireless telegraph\governor two years hence the "Stand-- "What's thatr Our guide was showing us the new V- Average per day.. .. .. 5,7X9
\, system or by a return to civilization, ard Oil :people have until recently Did he tell you cot .How. condescendingr "Why be always carries into the irtment houses cf the great city. ,

. ; to tell a waiting world by the 1st of grand stand a piece of board with a Over! here" he announced through I that
hereby certify the ato.t
c September all he hag seen in the great been grooming Senator Crill of Put- "Don't be ridiculous Haven't X ears knot hole la it, and he peeps at the fe megaphone "we have the Bona- L'I statement is correct according to tin

V frozen country which lies about the ram: but lately .there are indicationsthat and yes"- game through that. Philadelphia rte court. This, ladies and gentle- records on file in this offlce.

c pole that so many >tad sought and J. W. Watson may be the man." "Speaking of ears, did you, notice the Press. Km, is occupied by the middle class."

. none had reached. The Standard Oil gang can do all the earrings Lady Martin: was ;Bearing "Ah 'Indeed!**. we exclaim. "And

grooming now that they desire to do *"Bab I'm not going:to let you changethe 1H Tnr J.dgmeat.When flat is .that other imposing structureJledr .
I Strange aa it of the subject in that.mean way." you read er hear that something
may seem, one ;
but the people will attend to electing .
is no longer in style do not immediate .
"Coral down to her shoulders! I
: cardinal principles of he trusts never -
Is no governor the time Piccadilly court occupied by people
a, .when comes 17 give in to the idea. Possibly both
such abominable .
saw ; looking things.I
trust little better off in the world's
wouldn't sides have not been presented to you. ) goods Sworn to and subscribed before ci:
give & fig tor'your country
.. Secretary ;Wilson says he win 'not folks Sallie!? One lady read that curtains were no fan. those in Bonaparte court""And ;..e-_ this 2nd day of July 1906.PERRY .

:make a detailed investigation of thepacking V "We are wandering away from Major longer in style. She read a beautiful that grand building to the leftT'King's Be W. W".e. DICKEN
t Sad Ending of court occupied by only the '
a I : houses during his present Hardy." account: of the literary and artistic Kid-.-.Say, ma. give. me another penny;

Brilliant Career. visit to Chi<: The iswise. "How "Major Hardy' me! If I borne of Henry Van Dyke, how no curtains (ealtby. won't 7' 11. pluM
; i ago. secretary yon la hi house gathered microbesto 1_"Wonderful. about that M.jn-No .tr; t** I aseh CaaOT; will ROUNDTRIP SUMMERand
'''nter'.19 the best time for am not mistaken the very first words model of Hufcoyea ..kLKidWell.
| traordinary architecture
The Savannah New paints a pathetic -i devastate the bow the eon- {
such, investigation.While. you said to me this morning were, premises I broken Just,grre: me another pcaayandjieod
jpth Ccpids shooting arrows at
4 pen picture of the present' condl 'Major Hardy coming tonight shine poured in, illuminating the rooms I, |on hearts?" I :tocjhs_.d :ctorVw ._ .
lion of Chauncey Ml Depew..formerly I "Don't and bringing health and color'to the .F "' .
,- Secretary Root is in South get nasty,. Bab. You know l ,"Ob, that is Divorce court occupied -' \ CONVENTION RATES
well. She Immediately
It sounded -
one of the most noted of mortals. now that we-er"- !
is the ultra smPuck..
America Taft
improving his
opportunities '
; almost: forgotten-in fact principally "Whatr"Oh tore down all her hangings j I'r Round trip summer excursions trc*

I:' remembered in connection with the In-I by, constructing political I thought we:-I thought you ( and produced one of the coldest unln-' I I Savage Brvte. all points east to Pacific CoasT a:*

fences., I. said once-dout'glare at me-I thought | Tiling aspects it were possible for her i I northwest from June 1 to SeptensS!
aurance scandals. ,The News of
& says. In the heart the tropical jungle
1 to obtain. Nor could her decision be
liked him." 15, with special stop-over priv;:esa
Nothing is feeing said about Senator you i .'I I ,e dusky bride brought her bold hubby
changed. She forgot that the Individ- October 31 1355!>
good returning to
, The American Princess is having "I like a whole heap of men." ,
Depew these days.. He is practically of home ,: is first meal since the honeymoon '>nbe ,A
uality the Van Dyke was N. E. A. meeting at Los Ans
time of life. And "He is a
, forgotten. He is sliding gradually the her by the splendid match Bab. The swaying elephants.
that house not the 9-12.
l missing; her was July
". towards the Hidden so is Nlok. rectory girls would give, anything to 1
grave. away way, "Here, she said. "Eat and be hap- i :?
have i same style; that its furnishings were Elks meeting at Denver Colo., <;
t, in a country home in one of the most your chance. .ro.
I' : picturesque parts) of New York he sees ........IM..H HM....... 'H'mI! Why not take him yourself? i:: different dissimilar; that its that location in every was respect absolutely -: "Ugh!" grunted her hubby. "What is IWL Summer rates to Colorado! J!; Ito
very few people and few people appcrently You needn't fly into a passion. I apolo- ; ir
!;, care to see him. His popuJaxity 'I'OX.O.UL' gize. I forgot foran instant that what It was a house o. "different color. I September
"Breadfruit %
1- : i How do you like ur Hotel Men's Convention, Fort
has departed. His old friends : would be -:--- II '
a goodznatch for me would
I "Breadfruit? Why, er-it's not the Ore., June 25-28.
refer to him occasionally and utter a ..II.I.. .........,. be most unsuitable for a great heiress." dod that mother made." Use the splendid through sert'

word of sympathy but it is admitted "You are so bitter Bab.. Can I help I Pare Bred Poalfar. I And even the monkeys chattered of the Southern Pacific from Ne*
I' that his career is! ended. He:knows U
my position said SnUb Profitable market poultry originates
plaintively. faelr disapproval of his unkind thrust. leans: Union Pacific from Ja1I
is ended. All day long be sits in the WANTS TO INVESTIGATE
"I never said you could." with the breeder: of pure bred stock, I -Cfclcafo News. City or Chicago.Through ,
V. sunshine and broods over the circumstances -
AULEGED ICE TRUST "You danced half i No one '
a dozen times with says American Agriculturist Pullman tourist cars ?1)
I -
that led to his retirement to -
him." : knows this better than the market Washington Atlanta Montgor''e$
r' ala present retreat There Is. nothing 'V It..AILj
: Editor 'penzac Journal: 'Withwhomr poultryman; hence the increasing demand etc., and from St .Louis and C*::iP
11 la his physical condition that oughtto Referring to your editorial and ar j 'Nuritcb-Fm very proud to say I'm a
"Oh, bowl Major .* for purebred stock by farmers. I. to California.
you Hardy.
occasion alarm. It is his mental tide of "Investigate" In The Journal .. I elf made man. Assess th' flasdre4.Swellle4Scet "
Write for literature afmation. <
"Welir Such stock sooner, lays earlier me and
t i'//, condition. that indicates that he will of 8th in regard,to the Ice Trust It matures I Pepprey-Impossible! cant baagtee what mad .
not figure again prominently In public "And I saw iou go into the copserva- and more abundantly fattens j the-taidagroosi
would not be so bad if you got the I Naritch-Eh? Why impossible? so acrv os.
V affairs. His mind sound bat tory and I thought ha would quieter, weighs sells better and We1bagto&.I'ean.SweIllagtoaWIt.. J. F. VAN BEN3SELAE3
is quantity of,ice you pay for, but youdon't. : surely more. Pepprey: -Yoa may have been at one ,
he cannot be aroused to take interest You say something.1* for more money than scrub birds. No f General Agent
f" frequently only get halt made of
dme.: ]bufyotfve a, Jackass G*
:t'C in his surroundings The newspapers to two-thirds the weight you pay for "He said plenty. He! was,quite garrulous !i wonder the mongrel losing in popu- I. telling everybody about We&ka-L.tatber-lB-UWs ddnt'ba*e time to this 124 Peachtree St., Atlanta.
roselraInce' prospective R.
- 1 V check O. BEAN. T PG. A.
r are kept away.from him. WLile and if you kick about it the driver for him. He bad quite an argument : larity. Philadelphia Press. b lor*.th* ee moay. W. ELY T. P. .A.
k; there is nothing in them nowadays tells you to 'take that or none." with. :TOOT father, about, soma j. Vt
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that connects his name with the great Now what are the citizens to do* monstrosity oJ a plant" -

insurance scandal he knows that It The solicitor does not investigate this Tatterr"I : ..

'Was ,that scandal that was his undo- trust which is dearly Illegal. Wl was ia the
lag. He cannot face the public knowing the citizens employ counsel and do quit cold I assure "
what the public thought of his ItT ,I am a consumer of Ice all toe .J'OU.II .
"How stupid of lather! I Plantation Chill I GuaranteedTo "
; connection with It. year round and will willingly contri- foe old darling far his bRndnea l..m*acrid j. I ibitti is
From being one of the best known bute ,to a fund to nvestigate and see "You
must do
and most ou'lht.atter menin the if there to not come.redress. nothing'of the kind. .

V:1; ,country &A >as. become broken, ,, old ,_,-;_. CONSUMER. thstateqffeet'er\ : a1q.jnnstbe) '- ,--

: Cure,or Monev. ,ReUuulod toy Your Merchant.- Why KotTry: IT 7 Price. SOs. _ssau.

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c. ,& 'C., RAILROAD ', '. >, '-:...r.;....'::'>''iHeart. ''.. ; i NO fOUNIllflON ..; : :{f .


EXTENSION: Palpitation 1ndigestioncauseitb'stomach.: -,. FOR FEYERRUMOR. '1jJTT: T : ..'

to expand. -swell &and puff up: J ..: '" .

against the heart. This crowds c.
the heart and interferes with t.
its action causing shortness ofbreathpalpitation } \ '

of the heart,

Work on line Connecting,Gaines etc. Kod Dr Amesse Explains How.'RepDrt is attained in American Queen Beer, and our \ ::" {' -

....... ville and Will .* .
,Tampa Soon that Y llowJackExisted good Southern people-loyal enough in other

UereisRecordBreaking a, Be Commenced.Actual d. _: Dyspepsia Cur' Became Public.'f.. : ways-should give full justice here, where f '

SaleThe preparations the line DIGESTS WHAT YOU' EAT The New Orleans States says: justice is earned and is .due. ) .. ; ::.: .

along takes the strain off tne heart.nd tDr J._ W. Amesse representing the ; "
of the proposed, ,extension ,of the PaWlc Health and Marine of in beer.
It. contributes nourishment, United States You don't have togo away for a triumph purity '

past ho weeks h .vebeen Gainesville from and FaIrfield Guff to railroad Tampa southward have- strength and health to every Miss.,Hospital came over Service yesterday,at morning Gulfport) It is'here-right here at your door. This may/ be news to you, J I
breakers of ,
rEcord us. organ the body. Relieves Indi
and explained his action in, but it is fact.
promised a .
begun, says, the Ga'nesvllle! Sun, and gestion. Dyspepsia. Sour Stomach ,
few of the test Stilts circulating an unfounded yellow fever
left.We Come got: a see them today. be- within the next.ten days, the Sun' rep- Belching, Gas on Stomach. rumor to President Irion of the'State In competition with America's most famous brews the i! : '

fore they are sold. Now don't rfsentative is assured by General and Stomach. troubles. Board of Health. chemists of Wahlheimus Institute Chicago declared the decided r' t
unless you find your 'size. Manager Adkinson, the. work of gradIng ills explanation was the best that '
Cite the o.her fellow., a chance.A will begin. could be made under the clrcuji- superiority of American Queen Beer (their'report can be seen in '

J2000 Suit for.."','.$ 6.00 Mr. Adkinson stated Wednesday Three Dcnora, Iowa. stances verbiage but it may after be being seen eUipped as a matter of all o* our office): Now, then, put this question pointedly yourself'I j I\f .

A Jl .50 Suits for......, 14.00 that the contractors are now in the years ago I was afflicted fact that he repeated and allowed to could you! ask for a higher}>rocf of quality than this unbiased 'J.r ,

A $1500 SuIt for.......$1Z.00 field making all preliminary arrangements with indigestion to much that, become public a orivate tekpaone message declaration from Each eminent chemists Hardly. z ;
A J1250 Suit for........ 10.00A while a large force of men is I was in continual pain. After from Health Officer Goldthwaite i. .'
$1000 Suits for...... 8.00 eating my' heart 'was affected or Mobile to Dr..J, H. \V1ilte, in Charge and f- 't.
being gotten together. It is the intention and I had smothering sensations. of the United States Marine Hospital Order a cote smi home,, call fo-, it at all resorts.ACME ,. 4 :

to begin the' grading not later Two bottles of Kodol cured me. Service in this city, which, if not constituting _______ -
than the middle of the present month, an offense against right conduct : .
when the work will be pushed througha \ is certainly one of the most con- BREWINGCO.

rapidly possible. .dollar bottle coatala 7H spicuous examples of action lacking all N\\; .
sense of good judgment that has recently l'TACON, GEORGIA .
times .
S a* much ma tile trial or 5sir. \ .
The Gainesville ami! Gulf is now .
.. into public notice.
; Prepared at to*Lfbormtory 9t ome < "
backed with men:, of energy,' deter a c;DeWItt 4 Co..ClIbp., U.So A. Before Dr. Amesse left Dr: Irion's : :
urination and capital. the three office he signed and gave out this statement gIII.

requisites which -spell ,nothing but showing his connection in his .
own words with the dissemination of ,
uninterrupted success in the project ,SOLDNoeton's BY..... the'rumor:

which wm give Gainesville and Tampa "I made the following remark to Dr '
We Barber Shop direct communication Pharmacy ; Le Barron at dinner on Friday evenIng -

Senator A. ,S. Mann, ,the land Industrial just after my return from New
'The 'white barbers, formerly of 36 agent of the road, is not I r Orleans, In response to his inquiry regarding -.r-- : i'!
S' Palafox SL, are now located at No only a hustler ,but one' of the> most! 'ii' 'conditions in that city: JACKSONYILLE N [ '

$ E. Government St., nexr to Western widely posted men on all matters pertaining -iSCHOOl BOARD'''I'"I could give you avery satisfactory Window Blinds VaM "
In!OIL to Florida especially along bill of health, indeed on the authority .
the ,lines,of the position to which he of Dr. WJute were it not for the fact {r.
has been'appointed, in the state. The I that at the moment of my departure, For 75 cents ,a Pair. .
OSCAR E. MAURA, I line will be represented in the north a telephone communication came from ICE TRUST I r .
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. by Julius pauIei; who',has,his headquarters Dr! Goldthwaite of Mobile to the effect That's a mighty little! price for a pair of window blinds, I'
S'!tc.., Bonds sad Securities Bwgbt and Sold. in Chicago. .Mr. Spanier 'tN R REBULAR.[ that an afternoon publication in and i'ou can't afford not to hare blinds to your windows ,.

12 E.Government St. P.O. Box154 proposes to exercise every energy in that city,. Mobile, was announcing the With them you can hare both protection an*ventilation '.'
the matter ,of attracting people to discovery" of a' case 'of fever accom- at night-thev keep out the hot sun by day.. Other ..; .
COTTRELL, Florida, _and especially 'to. that section panied by black vomit. This information CASE E blinds up to f I.!;. Everything from foundation to roof.Sauriders ; ,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. traversed. by the Gainesville and was presumably received from its
Pensac la. Fla. Gulf.The SESSION correspondent In New Orleans. Mill Company 'i '
: management of this road. pro "Dr. Le Barron, as health officer of f ,' :?
poses to go at'the matte: right,' and Gulfport, deemed it his duty to trans Phone Ti 7. 21 East Garden Street.
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Mr. Spanler states roadpro mit this intelligence to his'superior in, Information Quashed by Judge -ua--- I
Something Swell in Geld Jewelry.W. poses to spend about,$10,000 In advertising Jackson, expectng it would be'regarded i ;
A. Gahlenbcck, 2J3 S. Palafoi St. i the advantages of this sectionof Matters Relating to the Public as confidential, and further Information Shaylor and Leave Granted
Forlda! within the next year. He regarding the case conveyed to

TURTON & BELL is now compiling and 'will within ,the I Schools! of the County him through Dr. :Hunter As matter t to Amend.The .** HHWHMHM ira*H MfI HH".iI '. "
next few months have ready' for dis of fact this rumor was'ptfbhc I
Kodak Supplies. FiOlsblNJ, tot A ateurs. tribution a large cumber of hand- Considered. when got It, as can be propert"l DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY Ji
some'folders*.-This work will containa by,'the Mctoile evening papers of last I Jacksonville !Metropolis of i: CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSE !
complete and accurate description 'Frld ," :: ,
> y I Monday evening says: f:_' ,
R. K. WHITE, of the possibilities of Florida' soil The.regular monthly meeting, of the ,President Irion who telegraphed Sat-. The decision of Judge Samuel T. STERUNG SILVERWARE, : : '" ( ,
8achuaker.: Manufacturing Jeweler and GrcduatCpticao. and wll interspersed' : with band- Couaty (Board of Publte ,Instructionwas urday night for the na'ije:of the correspondent &aaylor in the Criminal Court thIs '
.30 S. Paiafot Street fensacola. Fla. some halftone engravings. held Monday In' the office' : of Superintendent of the'aiotdle Item In New morning was to the effect that the in- ART. POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, t. t

Cook 'with Chairman Orleans yesterday replied to the presl formation, as: filed against the local CUT GLASSWARE. '
THE HOME DOCTOR.Ingrowlngxtoe Clubbs presiding and Messrs Blotmt dent. saying that that':paper had not ice ,dealers" or. alleged trust, be !
TerseIyToIdBen"E :: ami :Agerton 'present. published any special. from New Orleans quashed on account of certain defects .1. '
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The treasurer's portwhich show- concerning a supposed sjrsplcious therein. S. r '
duller ha* refarned frm a : center nailr should! be nali.'andthen seraped' ed 'a 'balance on 'hand of $6.415, was case' of yellow fever here., Th Judge Shaylor's Statement Engraving and Fine Stationery. : .. :
thlli'lI of the '
business trip to Alabama.. the ; approved as was"also the! 'pay :roll for Item stated that what it.didprint was': 'Judge Shaylor said regarding the .
cut there and at the corners. June, amounting' to $3,87Q.60. Warrants 'Rumors cf a case of yellow fever at decision: "The 'motion to quash Is : ':
Mrs E. Couson! has disposed of her Persons who have Irritability of the were ordered drawn for the lat New Orleans were current on the sustained, 'but the court recognizes i
meat market to A. Zelius. I heart should not drink hot water.; Hot terThe street today. The report was investigated -the criminality monopolies in this Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. .!: .

F, F. \isner of Flomaton is in the water will cause palpitation, In such I' application of Miss-Katharin by the Item and prompt denial I state and conspiracies Intended to
cIty' on a short business ,visit cases.., Wentworth to, transferred from made by.the New 'Orleans::! I! Board ofHe.altk" affect! them and grants the solicitor
.school No 2, back'to' No. 1,. from leave to amend the' information to ji.
Ceo C I Soap liniment is'one of those harmless ;
Randolph of 'Mobile : .
netted with the dredge Charleston, re and useful things that should find I which she had been transferred npon The- rumor has evidently :done much meet the objections raised" E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i :
her request: was' rEad. Her old posiiont harm, as it has spread all the'way to Trial on Wednesday. ,
turned. yesterday from a trip to hishome. a place in every house. It can be had had already been filled. but ths Cuba, and yesterday a message was ;A. ready for use from any drug store. It board offered her a position in grade for the Ice asked thai '
received by Dr. Irion from the health men, ... .$ I i.t.r't.
G. A. Moore a heavy-weight drug is excellent for braises and sprains. eight. authorities of Cuba concerning i It..The a weak be given the defense to meet "
dispenser, of Greensboro Ga., has accepted If you are choked and cannot get relief A communication was read from Cuban authorities also mention in their this new Information, which was > < .
a position with Hooton's pharmacy get down on.all fours and COUKJI Mayor Chas. H. !Bliss where1nh'! alleged report that a case of yeHow! fever appeared strenuously opposed by County Soli-- i ,f;'ol. "
'until you remove the obstruction. T& that (Miss Allie Tniestra, a in this city Jan. 20th. As a ctor Brjan Judge Shaylor decided '. f '
plan of holding. child upside down teacher in old school No 2, had made I matter of fact no case of yellow fever that the case was an important one,
Emu Rrch who for the past five and shaking him is the best plan erasures in the reports of one of his 1 has occurred here since last Novem there should be no unneccessary de GREAT RAZOR SALE ; :
years In has teen running a coffee saloon: known for relieving' choking baby.A children thus reducing the averages. ber. It. is probable that the allegedcase I layHe consequently set the case. for j"H
Montgomery, has to Pen- matter .I
returned The was referred to the superIntendent that occurred at Jvenner is the trial en next Wednesday.
sacola and bought an interest U his simple way to relieve sore throat : ONLY MAIL
and Miss Ynlestra was requested one referred to In this report. The decision thIs morning means ;
father's business here and he will remain Is to take a lump of rosin about as to explain the matter fo him. 'On the 28th of last January Dr. Cor-, that the first information was, in put ::!f -. "- ORDERS f, ;T ,
here permanently.' large as a ,walnut,' into an old (Miss (Maggie Ray wag assigned to put of the United States Public.Health, defective but that the case of the 9 7 c :!,J; i Ti
The accidental discharge o( a re- teapot, pour on boiling,water,,then put school: No. 79 at Century. Th'tc and Marine Hospital! Servce: reporteda state against he defendants has mea !> : ;
tolrer by C. \\. Jones in the office of the lid an and place tba spout to your I more teachers are yet to"be aesign4 case of yellow fever, from Kenner, In It. Mr. Bryan has prepared a THIS W : ; ,j'
the Mobile Loan Co., at the corner of I mouth. The st ain will, prove very to that school. although It is asserted by prominent: : a new information of considerable WEEK _"" : 97c t". r
Jefferson and Zarragossa streets. yesterday -I I beneficial allaying the w.tIPUlation.I. : I The following teachers were assign local physicians that Dr. Corput never I!,j length which he believes will stand' ': !'. r:
morning, caused great excitement I ed to colored schools I saw'the case-In person Th'f! "ave sprinted ,'I|I After the lawyers study up this to- 2.50 AND iOO IMPORTED: RAZO-.S Sic ; c' ;
In that portion of the oty': for Delicious Potato Salad.A No 54--A.. M. DeVaughn principal in the Marine Hospital report, formation they may make anotherfight Full Hollow Ground Set Kead* A'I' Use. ,; 1
a few minutes. It occurred .at a time! delicious potato salad: Chop very I ; R. M.' Watts. although declared not to be yellow lever :' on next !Wednesday to quash it j 1,000 Fine Imported Travelers (Sample P.:::* s.\"i1!! be pieced ca I. fl ;
that the municipal court was In'session1B4 fine Indeed half a small onion and half: No. 55.-<:M.: A.' Edwards IA R. Stewart !' by prominent yellow fever experts, also. .ce I sale at 97c each._ These razors are from cse cl the' 1 leadIng impon { )
and 1* I* l >:dbetter.No. Dr Rucker of the Marine The case against the United States. alt i b'gh: 'grade $&1Dpi '
officers rushed from the court I a green pepper P9d. Cut slx.bolled potatoes 1ispitaIService : ', ers of razor in They are .: f
22.-J. V. DeVaughn.: : trust was i first taken OB a, week ago' ,,' :' .,
room reported three of secured the entire stocfc at rtJlouloas dgnte.i The u\IOrt=:cn:
eioect ng to find some one shot t into cubes less than half aa Smith. cases yellow when County Solicitor We a : 'j' .
who was being brought to jail The Inch in diameter.' Mir the onion, pep No. 24 -Gertrude E. fever from Lafourche on March 22:!: last Tuesday! ,r the local I comprises all the well knows ni.kcfe- lne'u! <.!;Eg taaWa re\ol\er was being ceaned.: and theo I per and, potato, together with five or The No. board 59J-Mary at a Benboe recent meeting de-i 1: and it asserted that one of these': Bryan dealers.filed:tetformatkra:against I er," -Brandt," "Rogers" TVostsiiLonn" pips Raz!'r, -X-L-N.T," and. SO 1 .-,
ner thought that he, had extracted six tablespoonfufe of oiL: Add a tea- the salaries of' cases he never saw. This case was: Strongly Fought. I popular brands of all the famous makers 'n ftol M'e Y'81: sei' 'J' ;
Increase Being
all the cartridges and the elded to that of a child who fell in ,the bayou leg the same identlc &f'ai tZC:? and J3*.e each. Fvery { : I I'
pulled trigger spoonful of salt,and a little! paprikLI teachers at Public School No 1 from 'I The defendants at once secured ' see if it was in good working I I Add vinegar In .whatever proportion is M5 to $50 per month on account of.The w...._ A/iuujiueui other__f_two_. .ft..cases.UU..U"'IS...._...were.:__ ..lO.pronounced. 'oe-_ casei_____ able counsel,to fight the case, and I I that razor does is guaranteed net give perfect perfect tatlsfsctXra sad !so t ready can fce fer ext cst.3nted.An} razor Se-sI:*eoU attention ::
liked. Rub the salad Lowl with a split the fact that they are compelled to rarely Indeed have such dl'tlnguisceclawyers I ,
of malarial fever which had come, Duval will be given to mail orders and razors varefi; Hy ECl* etcC.BVREDRS .
Only half the quantity required of clove of garlic; put in the salad,..shaping serve about thirty hours per monthmore direct from the state or Arkansas., figured In a case in la the case I and OUR CUSTOMC1CS should take advantikn: J O'* ,
teachers in thecounty. Those engaged
Blue Rbbon: Vanilla extract. It Is so"lOre It firmly into n mound. Cover with .than others On March 28th Dr. J. H. White, in}are county.Francis P. Fleming and his son, great sale as there at. certainly high; .grad* goods. ,'

thatevery drop counts.ALLTHEWORLD... a smooth mayonnaise With lines of charge of the United: States Public exX rcuit !Judge W. B. Young W. H WE WILL ALSO PLACE OM SALE :
capers or sliced olives divide the Health and Marine Hospital Service in president of the City Council; i .
,mound into six .le<-tioUS. Fill in these BeUtt r.. this city, reported a case cf yelloT; ever -' A.Baker W. Fletcher Jr.,, member'of the: 1,000 of the Farr.ousrandt Self Honing Razor Strep. :te'J6 1 ".'
snows that BlIard's Snow Liniment sections'wIth finely! 'chopped hard boiled Huckleberries are getting ripe and from Kenner and telegraphed it to Board of Bond: Trustees; Duncan U strops are sold and advertised everywhere at J200 Owrorfcs' '1 :' ;

has no superior for Rheumatism, eggs, using both whites and jolts, the small .boys of Duplin win soon the health! authorities of Mississippi!,! Fletcher, ex-mayor and chairman oftIle' Sic each. .. : .
Stff: I who in turn informed Governor Varda- The Brandt Self Razor Strop is the best on the : I
Joints Cuts, Sprains Lumbagoand 'and with chopped boiled beets. Decorate -I I I have bells on as they go about through Democratic executive committee, Honing :
I I man 'who the Infonnat'on In the world that .
all made public market today. The only razor strop hones
pains. it it and the sections In contrasting colors. A. Baker.
Buy try you i the forests gathering them In, says the and Robert .
I. *, ThIs the of and razor'at the time and enables to obtain I I. '
will 1 alwayS was caSe Joe Mannell.a' made was a strong strops :your same you -
USe it. Any body who has Set a tuft of lettuce hearts In the top Duplin JournAL We give this notice The defense ..
used Bal'ard's! boy at Kenner, and again prominent!! arguments were made an edge which only an experienced barber can give The ,
Snow Liniment H a liv and decorate the edgei'with tiny gherkins one, Indeed and
I in order that the farmers I.
ing in authorities declared this not Honing Razor Strop will put keener edge on razor .t
proof of was a] quash the Information, Brandt a a : f
what to
it does. All we ask thinnest of and last week
in the '
of you is to get a trial bottle. cut slices will' understand when they hear the case cf yellow fever This case, aH 1 which these able' lawyers alleged to with fewer strokes than any other razor strop. Your razor f :
Price 25c:SOc and $1.00 I spread out fan fashIon. jinglIng and tingling of the bells. though reported ,*y Dr. White, was.' be defective. The case has been for I will show ,and your face will feel the difference: at once. Guar : .} ,
never for some reason or other published several days generally discussed and anteed never to become hard or glossy.Hooton's H :
in the official bulletins of the the people have been very much In- .
(Marine Hospital Service. in ItFeed Pharmacy jf': 1
,terested ,
iittt: JIm! Thus with the spreading of the rumor j ,
by Dr. Amesse, also of,the Marine Corner Palafox and Romana Sts.BlrthplaceofPromptDellvery I ,

I I A LUXURY TO MANY YEARS AGO I IIt Hospital feeling among\Service the there peop'e is of a New growing Or- I nave found Some it a Dry good}eraje.way to with feed f;<: i .

in connection
leans that the Marine; Hospital Serviceis some dry forage Phone 11OO PENSACOLA FLA.
not reliable enough in its methods succulent pasture grass or any other ,
has not been when a.piano in the home was looked upon
i many years ; of operation to be desired as absolute o-cnlevt 'c d. writes a Wisconsin LJ
&j as a luxury. Today it is nothing sfiort,ota necessity in every American I arbiter of the health affairs of this farmer in American Cultivator. For :

i home.! The refining influence of music is a potent factor the develop dty. more than twenty-five years the cows :'.

$ ment of the character of the growing children. parn.should.for I on my farm have been fed every-day'cut ..
iB Two Perplexing We.... 411' summer some nice early i ;
1 any reason neglector refrain from, putting a piano in the homev. Do 3"ou'ever get bothered about the hay, usually clover bay It Is put tt,II 0 MULATSpecial '

useS of the two similar words contin their uangera every time they ant
!3 We Make it Easy to Buy and Easy to Pay t ual'and "continUous?" If not you are pot In the stable to be milked and they'alwa '

fortunate, for they are a source of perplexity ;.., eat some with'great relish, no -. ;
Which plan makes it possible 'for *very home to have one. Our list I to many persons."'The difference matter bow good the grass may be In I Ii i "i

comprises Kranich ,& Bach,Lester, Packard Mehlin. Cassell and Clutter I is this: Continual signifies something the pasture. I' am sore it la good for To The Journal. b'i' ..
Is constantly recurring of they ,would not eat It. It Malat Fla., July lO.-Yr. :
that them *
g ,the,best building skill of America. t
E the best pianos produced by piano Is constantly renewed after Interrup- Checks the tendency te scouring. which Stevens and family 1. :
Miss Floy Bray came up from !
tions; continuous signifies something U common,,when,their: feed Is nothingbut cola to visit Florida Town to '
ldest and Largest 114-116 S. l.foxSt. tttat is uninterrupted that has no in- the green rapidly growing watery the Fourth. i i pi I

t: Music Clutter .Music I .. House, PENSACOLA Phone 15 I termission.. We speak of continual grass, at times of? abundant rams. It T. T_ Todd, of Pensao I 1a. .4 'in1
r 1 Florida "I" ..: showers,.'meaning many showers, one also makss. them proof against"any 100 the Fourth. to visit his fa.
i.i G0. W. C.CLUTTER, :'reL ", B. E.' CLUTTER. Sec.: : after the other but of a continuous trouble from bloating when their pas- mother; .. .
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Thousands: Each 'bay Who 'Are Looking ,for- Bargains frJj

c----: For Sale I IOtR Legal Advertisements pay such rate at the time such-services I I l ': : t .

,- are rendered If demand be made McMIIIanBi'os.} Co. EVANSVILLE & ,
MEATS .are all Sift-class: and therefor shall be punished by' a fine I I''r;
.inspected.. \Ve.slice hamsI3COa TO. RAILROADS: 'AND: OTHER not exceeding twenty :dollars, or by; AUSLEY 6 COMPANY: .

t3 r And dried beet :My cold ,!storne TRANSPOBTA-nON1: COMPANIES: imprisonment not exceeding thirty I TERRE HAUTERAILROAD (H i{;;
also full AND days or by both auch fine and im.: .
best In the city; I Ie (PROPRIETORS: OP SLAUG-HTr- I. : I __ ,
e e groericLIFroP prl nment. I '
\i staple and fancy &RING. MEAT delivery. Coldest melons la I Any driver or owner charging or attempting if.
Gophers, cilckens. Ring to charge more than the :
the ,1 1.718\ or call at Mojer, on the EST.ABU.SHIMENTs.-Your: at. rates prescribed by Sections Four BANKERS 6 BROKERS : THE DIRECT LINE TOCHICAGO ; r....:

f ofl ncorner' Government and Alca. tention invited to the fact that tinder -Hundred/and Thlrty-Foujr ((434) and

!al-?r A McDonald Mo-en 10j1w- ,the terms of the .Meat Inspection Four ffIUXsIedand Thirty Five(US), MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. 11! WEsT.' INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. t. : :
Ad approved June 30. 1906. no person shall be deemed to have violated this .: .
i >i \.E-A: good typewriter cbeap. firm or corporation shall, on and after ordinance: and shall 'be punished by a /. ,

l1j app.!v1'\ t0. E. H. Lyman. P.O. Box -! .': October for trar.POrta.tlon, I. 1906. ,tr,and n.spor'no carrier or offer of .or fine. by of not imprisonment exceeding, twenty not exceeding dollars, Private Wires, N. Y., N. 0., and Chicago. and all points in the ,.< :' .

road. horse. Interstate or foreign commerce -shall thirty days or by both such fine and ;
:3.\i.E-Gentleman's "
\\esttrn pon>. gentle good saddler transport or receive for transporta-t. Imprisonment.Provided That all Ordinances and COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS and BONDS North and Northwest. \\t1, :
dr \tr! Hinman & Hecker. Ceniv lIon from 'one State or Territory or; Naval Stores. .. .
& 23mayFOR the District of Columbia, or to anyplace parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith -, -: _1' j:. '
: Fa! under the Jurisdiction of the : be, and the same are hereby. rapeale Savannah, _Ga,. July 10.-The naval Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. .-' 1, .'" :

S.-\LE-60xSO ft. oval tent, with United States, or to any, foreign country & stores'market closed today as follows: -'V Si Low ': '

all (poles blocks, tackle and every. ., any carcass or ,parts thereof. Passed June 14th. 1906. WW.. ... ... .4 95WG Reference: First National and Peoples Banks Phone 1 I 73 Exceptionally Round. "" f ,
iing complete Can be seen at Pen- neat or meat food products thereof. Approved June IS, 1906. .. .- .,-.485 :
5ola: Skating Rink. Apply to F. Bljnly which have not ,been inspected, examined CHAS. H BLISS, N...4 75M Trip Rates to all Summer 1'. :;

Brace and marked "Inspected: and" Mayor. .- .460to465 :
Passed," In accordance with. the :Attest: K.- .4 45 Touris Points. : :

J S LE Ljiii to 15 Inclusive terms .of the la"w, and with the rulesand'regnla.tlons C. EL MERRITT I.. .. .? .*, ... .. ... ..4 40 i.,.
of blocks 75 in Newrtv 4- .
one-fourth Clerk. .1.
being prescribed: by the H.4 33 I
of Pensacola 200 feet on LaRua.j.eft ,. ... .. .... t.
: Secretary of Agriculture. An 0.- .420 .'
s. ij7'Uj feet on 17th. avenue and exemption ,may be made by the Secretary : In Escambla County Circuit Court F. *. ....415to420 Habit is the Strongest Impulse ManGet D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers, "-t,. :'

f'onoB' Havana Square. New with base-two of Agriculture of retail butchers State of Florida. In Chancery. Rosa E... ,. .. .', ".. .. .... .406to410D. G. P. &T. A. .. General Agent,,. : : ::-

story' tweLVe room house and retail, dealers in meats and : A. Kimball vs. Frank H. KImball.BIU .' 3 90C Evansville, Ind. Nashville Term .
men and att!ceilings-. House wainscoting Just finished and; meat food'',products, supplying their for Divorce. On Monday, the:6th day .. -.3 50 to 3 55 the habit of 'saving and your '} : ):

vsr35Eisted customersthrough the medium of of August, A. D., 1906. the defendant, Spirits Turpentine% cents.
; cabinet mantels, two i future well fare and prosperity is as- r *
plasteredalls Interstate or foreign commerce. The <
Frank H. Kimball is required to appear
bath .rooms The house and all has modern a. southern conveniences audI above mentioned provision of the law to the bill filed against him here AUSLEY A CO.'. 1t&f'OIITa "sured. Maybe your habit is to spendtoo Pensacola, St. Andrews and f. .
I necessitates either the establishment in. This order to be published '.
and Is one of the once Liverpool Cotton Marfctt. freely. You realize that it is a bad
eastern exposure of Inspection notice of Gulf Co. 1
or a exemption : each week for eight (8) consecutive Steamship : I t
most de*:rable locations in the city oy the Department of Agricul O1.Mfen. thing and try to overcome'it. Bfg'fortunes : :
being onlY one block from the streetcar I lure on before October to": weeks in The Pensacola Journal a ..rb.-................._..e.eo STEAMER TARPON. ',; :
line and overlooking. the bay audi all or 1906 newspaper published In said Escambia>. ..........? .62 had small beginning. ,Right'here -
Teiar One-halt cash. Apply persons 'who expert to offer meator County. A. M. McMillan. Clerk Circuit -Msr.-AprOI.-..............B.03 'is where we want to interested. W. C. BARROW, Master,, .
Eavou meat food products for transportation Court. By L. G. Aymard D. C. ....... get you .
GraY. 21 and.23 E; Garden St. LpriI.y.-.- ......... 8.65 FIRST-CLASS P.&SimNGE1.f.NU 'j' ..
to J In'Interstate or foreign- vcommerc3 Pensacola, Fla., May 22, 1906. KA7.Juu...................................6M FREIGHT BERYICE : on and after tha.tda.te..To enable the (Seal) 23mayoawSw Ztn.J1y.--..:...........5.83 ONE SINGLE DOLLAR .
'!Department to determine the necessary : Zuly-angizat:..:-............... -BewirlU-: :
FOR S.u.F.-T fine milch cows with number of inspectors and to .......s.p............................ 671 t.
ycms: calves;. can be seen at No. grant exemption, all persons, firms NOTICE. Iuuabijt-Ocob ......._. .......... 5.64 Constitutes the fund necessary: 4o start PENSACOLA. MOBIL APALAC.HI. 1..i. .
123 E. Gregory. C. B.. McMillan. and corporations who do not now Notice Is hereby given to creditors Osob'Nosmb.r ................ ....._Leo COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. Aft L'ii ::
lOjnn" have inspection; and who deal in meat legatees distributees and all other .OYE1b.z-D.o.1nb .......... ........ ....69 a fund with the First National. The'Saving .
........ ........ .. DREWS. MILLVILLE. i : :
;TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION or meat food products, which are persons having claims or demands Dsoh.r-Jswry ....6JH habit will then grow and so will
you want a delicious cup of tea, try transported either In interstate or fdr- against the estate of John Dunn deceased Liverpool SpoU.8 10 account. Four cent interest And all point on .St. :Andrew Bay.. i.t.; '.1
"Our'Own" Blend it Is superior to any eign commerce are requested to seed to present the came within .your per Carrabelle and Apalachlcola. "f"L"
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c Immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture two ((2) years from this date to the New York Ctotton Uartot paid.FIRST. SCHEDULE '. : '" .: ., ,

per pound. A valuable ticket la every a full and complete' statement undersigned who has taken out let Opm HIrh Low eioMJftBOmrv Fettsacola -
package. New Orleans Grocery Co. \)f ,the, amount of meat or meat food ters of administration cum testamento JUT 10.60 10.11 10,CO &eave Mobile AlL sunday! 1,39 l r '.. i..
for -
handled In interstate foreign the said estate. Much 10.19 10.53 B. ::
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh, Prop. prcdccts annexe on 1048 10.69 Leave Pensacola '.
the establishment lul7 10.18 10.23 10.18 8:39 p. ; :
june.. commerce by particular JOHN PikL.FFIt, 1023
the 'location and the Administrator cum testamento annezo. August 10.26 10 Sn 10 Jit 10.S3 NATIONAL BANK m. for St.Carrabelle Andrews awl, MiUviUa, Aptlacalcola .- / .
FOR SU.E-Remington typewriter. character of the operations of the June 27th. 1906. 27june3aw8w September 10.29 10.88 10.29 10.3s! Intermediate ;1 .. ; ."
*Rem," care Journal 6Junelm establishment the of the Oetobw............J0.29 10.25 10.41 points.:1 .'.j ;: ,
names proprietors D .ombw.........1033 10 K 1022 10.45 For additional Information apply 11 ,<:
of the establishment, and .oF PENSACOLA. FLA.
CITY MAPS FOR SALR Hooton & Y_York >ta,108)New ; (
Watson have Just received a largefIPPY such other information as may be I: PENSACOLA ELECTRIC! TERMINAL Orleans Spots 11X E. B. COBB. Prwidect cJ 1 .t'. : :'
latest necessary to enable the Secretary of I W.H.Ksowr"Pit.. W.K..HTmL Za.,V.Pro*,cal CuUar. GeL }-rt. and PASS. :AjrPeniacola ... ,; ..- t
of the city maps showing (Agriculture to, determine whether In- 7 W,BBBST and W.N.ROBIBTS,AM*.Cashiers.DoTes& na. :.r \ ;1' "t (:
all of the subdivisions. The maps areofficial pectioa or exemption should be: RAILWAY COMPANY. WheatOpi --J'.O. Bremfc W. .&. Bloont. W, H. Knowles W. K. Hjr.. Jr -
and down to date and are granted-AJAMES: WILSON. Secre Kick lw OOMJmlj D. G. Brent. ; '. r

mounted on heavy linen. Regular tary. _.....77H 77JJ 77 77 .
price $2350; special price on lots of I Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam Sept...- .._..TTtf. 7*< T7X fTK .:' -
five to agents or real estate Corn.op.s [ ,.
or more I ..
To to sell Train and Electric_ Car, Schedule, ;
be entitled "An Ordinance ;
Hooton & Watson. 8may
men. High Low OM 1" *.. 5603.C. .
to William A. Blount. certain portions! Effective June 19,1906. July....52* 82H 51" 61" ;:
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; of Lots 'Twenty four' and Twenty.five i BeH............Sff> 62* (2 63 .W. LAMAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier.M. > ;...
____ .E.CLARK.Yice-Prtsident and CuhKr. J.W. ANDREWS.Assisfant Cashier.
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. of Block Thirty-four of the WaterFront : "'j :1.

lumber, the other thirty thousand capadl ;of the City of, Pensacola? :" Between Pentacala New .York Stock Market : ;.
and Blg.Bayou. <
?, Rates reasonable. Also two BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR Op n don. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK r'-r'w.v : j

stiff beats for sale cheap' 22 ft. long, AND BOARD 0?' ALDERMEN OF Lv. Pensacola. Lv, Big.Bayou.. $otii.nir cifl*............. 66% &K I .' .
E ft beams. Telephone or write' J. A. THE CITY OF PENSAJCOLA: I Lm.p.m\ : 6:20 10.30 p.m Oopp.r.......................> 88 jrx ., !1.:1', .';
Chafin &; Co. Milton.. Fla. 25muREGCL.R 7 a.m. 10 p.m. 1:3011:30 t.m) d.B.---. .....w129tf 129 C t.
Sec 1. ..That the; Mayor and City,, 8 'a.m. 11 p.m.8:30: ..teb...............7:.-. 88 87tf DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY UNITED. STATES.
HACK LINE-From Chip- Clerk'are' hereby directed to execute 3 'a.m.-: : 9:30 A.B.,......................... liS!* 1UH CAPITAL $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000.
ley, mat105 connections with mall and deliver to,William A. Blount a 10 a.m.' O:30 ..B.'T.. ....... .74tf 73* STOCK, $ ;J : .4.t

launch for points on Andrews bay. deed In fee sinrple, -without'warrant.y,. 11 a.m. 11:30 B.AO. ...................... 116X 116HBri DIRECTORS. l i ,
Extra teams for traveling men. Good from the City of Pensacola, for such! 12 *.................. ...... ..41, 40HU. : i
tones comfortable vehicles. Call ODor portions of lots Twenty-four and noon 12:30 p.m. CoW"I ...... ;. ;; ,6 494 Henry L. Covington Frank ReiHy F. E. Browner ij .')
Address I. C. Sinclair, 'Chlpley Fla. Twentyjfive Block. Thirty-four of 1 p.m. 1:30 8::........:........:.rr....::." 85 84" J., M. Pfelff, W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar I '. .
Telephone Xo 74. 28apr the -Water Front of the City of Pen! 2 p.m. 2:40: 17.I., preferred.............. I01" 10IH Bryan Duimody T. F. McGoyrin, J. R. Saunders, j
sacola as'b.aov" :tot heretofore! been' 3 p.m. 3:30: :p................,...J..nI.. No Sale A. M, Avery W. ". Milton, .. 0. 1:. Maura! < t '. .
FOR S VLB-Economize by purchasing conveyed to the' .said William A. 3:30 p.m.4:00 1..11 ......................... Ul% 141" W. U Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Ocrtlng, "'
choicest of lots on East Hill at Blount by the Commissioners appointed 4 pm.. 4:30': Uwl..............S.( 74 .f4 Alex McGowln. C.M., Covington M. E. Clark. I t ; :; t : ;i
$300 lot, I act of 4:30 p.m. 5:00 1L P........................... 81Jf II ,
no need the
per present of paying and.acting under toxes for rent at{U.cO. \lUG and }5.M the year private apartment j jIn ,
5:00 p.m. 5:30: L t1'.... 178!* 178M Safety deposit I "ii
lot I--
per and $$750 for a 30 foot: the legislature of the State of Florida.' 5:30 pw. 6:08 caLF ... 159 159 connection for tie convenience, of customers.: .. f 1.,

strip of barren sand. Three beautiful :' entitled "An Act" to Grant the WaterFront 6:00 p.m. 6:30: V.T.O ...........:.:::'...". I30H 13 K H
sites of five lots each at 1500 for of the. City or Pensacola, FlorRia -. 6.30 p.m. 7:00 P.O .........;..... 89 89 Four percent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. ;. ; :
each quarter block, not over 100 yds.! ," approved June'2.,1&99. upon payment 7:00 7:30 :ETJO.......;.........-...... 122..( 121" ': '' :
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs.] to the said City by the said William p.m. ... .. ... .. -
7:35 8:00 .t.'.... ... .. ... .. 176 H 174* ; ;:: ,;
Sjune A. Blount of'the sum of Five a. 2% 23
I ''
Hundred ($$50000) Dollars. 8:00. p.m. 8:30: s..a.....-.._.._..*..... ...... 84 13% VIA ;' ';4
!TEA DRINKERS ATTENTION Passed June'14th. '1996.Approvedtfune 9:30 T.O.L........_. 142 lliPwm L.Ha.TOKQBBKNPaisn>Mi. T B WBLLeS TIo.-Pusman, L. & r.\ E. & T. H. and C. & E. I. i:. ';
you want a delicious cup of tea, tr)i 11- 1906. Saturday only. *................. 12 H 125% Be II BUSEKll.\a.111UIIL KAN6FIELD tORSNO As.,.c.a1lID Vnmultd Through Train Daily > :-. 1 l
-Our Own" Blend it Is superior to any CHAS.H BLISS,. *..\......._ ..- 144 143* National Bank 2.NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO *O : toc:
dollar tea on the market. Only 60c Citizens ,.
I :
per pound.. A valuable ticket In'everypackage. Attest- : Between Pensacola and Fort Ausley & Go's. Dally Cotton Letter. of PeataooU J'lori4&C NEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO !t..i-'
C. E. :"MERJUTT: ; Barrancas.Lv .
Phone 105. Jas. McHugh. Prop. : Clerk. New York. July 10.-4jrveipool. was G... w.Wnlh'- Norris Bear. 1'.K.Welles. Biz: M.Rotinaoo. L. Hilton Grsta. D.II.IIILUUJ'C' ,a.P.AtVMUVUI S.L EOOEISo'lea.AEf, ; :: t.i'
Tjune. i Pensacola. Lv Fort Barrancaa due unchanged to 1 point higher but A CeWfMI. BAVKI/VQ/ BUSINESS TRAHStCTED W ',.< c.SOUTHERtI .'
Fla. I 7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. ;
23may AN ORDINANCE* vras somewhat better than expected. t"
: ':50 a.m. 11:00 a.m
FOR SALE.-Improved ana unimproyed To provide for the: confiscation of 12:50 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Spots were reduced 2 points on sales
property In all parts of the city.. eonceale4. weapons unlawfully carried: 3.50 p.m. 5:10 p.m. cf 5.000 bales. Reportage! excessive
J.A. Wl! on & Co, Real Estate Agents Be-it ordained! by the Mayor and 6:20: pm. 7:00 p.m. lamb In the Atlantic states and City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
[ f [EXPRESS I [ CO.
Room 7, Salisbury Council of the City of Pensacola: 8:30 p.m.- 300p.m !
building. 'Phone Section 1. That' any concealed .Saturday only; drouth: In other sections started weak. DenomInation! $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing. January1st. i
2 .23Jm weapon- found on or about any person shorts to covering and prices advanced 1936. Redeemable an. 1st 1926. Interest Payable Semi Annually.
AUTOMOBILES arrested for the violation'of any ordinance some 9 points. Liverpool WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BON OS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN I. -
I am agent.tor.the of the City'of.Pensacola shall'betaken catCeil that crop advices were vet") AMOUNTS, TO SUI T PURCHASER. ,
Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos officer Steam train leaving Pensacola at -! '" "
of by the in several sections
horses from 1500.00 up. They cost less than making possession the arrest and turned over by 7:15 a. m. will stop between' Pensa- The government's weekly report also The Peoples Bank of. Pensacola .4 ; f< 1.
ia land to keep up. They can be run him to the City Marshal, who shall .retain cola and Big Bayou only to take on Indicated excessive rains in the east- fJ
Leslie E.or anywhere a horse can go. the same until after the trial of passengers for points beyond f Big torn section while in some parts ofAlabama. Pensacola, Fia :. : ii1:

Brooks. euch person, and. If such person be Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar \ Mlssssppi Louisiana and .- :1 t '-J j
convicted shall be forfeited to the rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between Texas {moisture! was badly needed
FOR SALE C'HEAp-one'Rapid Ben City of Pensacola and the Marshal Big Bayou and Pensacola 'only to put Sentiment Is mostly bearish but there : L; i
E'Bger Duplicator. The Fisher Heal shall sell the same at public sale off passengers from beyond! B'g! is no aggressive selling and conserva To all parts of'the country. / :

Estate Agency IJuly under the direction of the Board of Bayou.', Other steam trains will make t<.sm characterizes: the situation. Tba Land t f
Public Safety. and account for and pay all stops. Each electric car makes all The resistance' to decline for some :
FOR S\LE-THO return Tubular Boilers over the proceeds thereof as in case stops. days has been remrakable and of AZ T ECI The Southern Express Company r fj

SO"xH' ready for immediatee de- of fines collected; but if such personbe The above schedules and regulations -course is due to a certain extent to receives and forwarda freight, .t 'lf.
liven". Apply to M. F. Gonzalez & Co acquittatf said weapon'shall be returned subject to change without notice. the heavy short interest which exIsst of the .. .. -
*July to him. The Marshal shall the weak end of it covering on I money and valuables of all descriptions 1 } !

FOR SALE Good family horse and keep in his office a record of all Local Freight Regulations.Freight every' little unfavorable report from TO MEXICO AND RETURNONE v) fil parts of the country ;: : i.: t

buggy: free driver kind and gentle weapons forfeited aforesaid, which shipped by the 7:15 a. m. the fleMs For a long pull we are inclined FARE PLUS 25 CENTS. with connections for Canada, Mexico I i, ; !
f P yP 0. Box shall show the disposition made;of train will be received only for points to favor the short side and be- '
597, City ljulyF0 each. beyond Big $ayou. and will not be lieve such a course If well' margined August 14th to September 1st. Tickets win be ** .,, :. Havana, Cuba European points, .: t f

SALE-Show wall cases Section 2. 'That an ordinancesand received later than 7:05 a. m. All end patiently held will bring satisfac- good ninety days from date of sale and will. allow ; :
cases -- .jc
sad: safes. All In first-class condl parts of ordinances- In conflict other Week Day trains leaving Pen tory profits. liberal stop-overs. This is an exceptionally low.rate_ etc.The Southern Express Company -1; : : }
11' Apply to P. Llndenstruth the herewith bFanB. the ameare hereby sacola not later than 3:50 p. m., carry The continued rains in the At.antic: ..and is open to the public. ..-, t .
jeveer: Pensacola Fla. 29jlm repealed. freight for any point, but freight will states act as a stimulating fact.>r. Go ees the National Museum, The Cathedrals Biefv- '.- operates on 30,000 miles of first. -p" .h

Section 3. That this ordinance not be received later than 20 minutes However if we refer back'to the first cps Palace, Chapultepec Etc., Etc. : class routes and in connection with .., j J. '
FOR SALE-Don't fail to get my shall take effect Immediately upon Its before scheduled departure of traIns. two big crops 1897-98 we find that The land of the Manana where every street and
the Adams -
1Pr.ct's I carry a full line of build passage and approval. The 9:00 a. m Sunday train may the precipitation for July and August plaza has come old legend and where it is possible to Express Company on jfr;; : ."

material Sash doors and blinds Passed June 14th;"'l906. carry light, perishable freight under: was unusually heavy Advices from forget you were ever In a hurry. through way-bills, with through .f. ";
a ec1alty. Joel .Prater, Baylen SE.17June. -Approved June 18,, 1905. some circumstances by special per South Texas are to the effect that cotton The Route Is via Memphis and the Iron Mountain ars and through messengers, per'forms .. ..-.<..!>-11, :- }
Wha.f I eRASH.: BLISS mission. Electric car will not carry Is being offered on the basis of Route, Historic San Antonio Laredo Monterey and :
unified service 4';
Mavor. of ; descrip- October and fails to attract buyers. Potosi. v a constituting
',' '. -. freight or any San Luis
FOR SALE-5-room house, hall and Attest ** tion,except medicine urgently needed. The first bate of new cotton was: the largest. system of the kind .a ; ... ;-1 1 f

improvements at 910 N. 7th C. E. MERRITT Shippersare requested to _bear' these sold in New Orleans yesterday at 10 TO HOT SPRINGS AND RETURN the world. 'sit-} ...>-* '.i* :> "J
'eio: 100x110 feet, room on lot -: Cjeric.. regulations In mind, that Inconvenience -cents. Should a bad spell of weather ONE AND ONE-FIFTH FARE Orders sold "&t rl\ , for another house. .. ....flloOOO IAN may not be caused. eet ia for any length of.time and Tickets will be sold daily from 'points in the Southeast Honey are : : 1
Sroom house, 7th St. and 14th ORDINANCE These freight regulations subject. to, ucceed In scaring the short Interestto to September 30th and will have a final limit agencies of the Southern Express. .; I; ./1-4
>T|. ..' $150000 To amend Section Four Hundred change without notice. cover the market might be rapidly II. of October up 31st. This is the best limit we have ever Company at reasonable hoars. Bewipt 1 ,: tt
w. corner blk.'%20. West .Article of Any further information regarding taken very much higher so that ex- I :
King of (3)
) this low rate.
Forty-two'UU I Hot Springs Tickets at
Tract and should be used at all had. on ;, is given and money i* refunded ?: i
caution -
consisting ot 6 lots, beautiful (18), of therCoa of,0rdin passenger and freight schedule can be rteme : --z.
site for Chapter had to the general office times and all contracts be well pro EXCURSIONS. if order is lost : :
3. i. summer home..$140.00 ances of the City of Pensacola. by applying HOMESEEKERS'; 1. r': .f j
-WlI.SOX. _&; CO., Salisbury Bldg BE IT ORDAINED BY THET MAYOR of the company. tected. I 'TO' ARKANSAS, TEXAS, OKLAHOMA. LOUISIANA' : This is the cheapest way to send .' t II ;I- ;'>1:)

loa -SALE- ---Registered Berkshire AND COUNCSli: OFv. .THE. CITY OFPENSACOLA Passengers promptly! report are earnestly to the requestedto generaloffice THE SMILE I INDIAN TERRITORY AND MEXICO. .i I mall remittances by mail or other. ,;; .a .;;i i iW

hogs: best of breedIng Ask for That Sction Four Hundrd and forty- any Inattention to duty or discourtesy that won't come off appears on baby'sface 4(1 Days Umit will be Allowed on These. Tickets !
tIlc ue. Carl Setterllnd. Chlpley Article (3) of Chapter (18), on the part of employees and after one bottle of White's Cream OU which will be sold on ; :

--. of two the(442)Code, of Ordinances.ol the ( to make specific criticisms of service.. Vermifuge the great worm medicIne. JULY 17, AUG. 7 AND 21. SEPT. AND 18. OCT..2 AND 15. : -
------ that smile baby'sface. -
FoR and the same is hereby JOHN W. LEADLEY. WJiy not keep on i
S.\LE-1'en new and second Manager. If you keep this medicine on LIBERAL STOP-OVERS. '
to read as ,
amended, so as
Scon hand omce will never see anything else Go See the New Country. Nice clean old 'j
sizes.! safes. different viz Sec. 44%. Any person who engages hand you papers
best makes at Bargain prices. : of any public but smiles on his face: "My baby Free Literature Mailed on Request. i
services ,
tent.t' Moreno. offlce! East Govern the vehicle :wlth intent to FOR SALE. was peevish and fretfuL Would not I. E. REHLANDER ,'papers for sale at this 3i
st licenced used
24mar driver eat and I feared he would die. I Traveling Passenger Agent, ,
::--- defraud, or cheat the owner. or A lot of fine milch from: the ,
tOR of the rate established cows I 4 bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge 'Chattanooga, Tenn. I II I
boiler.SALE-6eoond hand 25 H P. of such vehtcleout "lor such services Hirschkovitz dairy at WarTlftto .1 fend he has not had a sick ,day since office.
Will Etll cheap. Apply ro by ordinance I
1t. Method Mund13ArII and who with such,Intent ,refuses! to Turton & McMillan. old by aU druggists. ? j ::


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RUSSIAN TROOPSIN it... ... .i *SI. ,OPPOSE- THE UNION. I? :.' iu 1s.:i"- t t|.11''I

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OPEN MU; TINY ** By Associated- Press. **.i OF PRESBYTERIANS1:3 J I IBy

Palatka.' Jla, tfulr 10.-In an *
REPUBLICANS *. attempt to arrest a'des era.te HE IS NOT : ;-:: :,:%+I
negro this afternoon Sheriff ,! ': .'.f. "I::

mernpt P t to Disarm Cavalry Regiment DARING DIAMOND -- -- -R **. !shot Wilson and, of instantly pay county killed ,by was the ** PREACHER [KillS Atlanta Pastor Enjoined from Diverting ": rtNI: ;

Wilson's 'deputy then ;r
e b by r Russian AuthoritiesUnsuccessful. its negro. *
$ killed the negro. There Is INSANE Property of Cumberland : : r
:'i a- great excitement in Clay coun- 3 yt1:
3? ,ty 'w sere the tragedy occurred. Church.NULLIFIES ; ;}!,
ROOOERY Wilson was prominent xi '
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OFFICERS KILLED Complete Agreement Reached Commission !Will Not t Be Appointed ACTION l :

i Between Two Parties in to Inquire Into His .- }. : ,

PeoDle. of Tambov are in a State Pennsylvania.STATE RoJESTVINSKYCijUITT R 0 J ; Mental. Condition. WifE, Taken b by General! Assemblies of : r ti

of Terror. By Associated Press Associated PressMangum Different Branches. :' ;;: ;.h f
'-. New 'York, July'.10.-A young, man Okta., July 10. Rev J. L. '

walked into I p. ,F. Freldrich's jejelry INDEPENDENT' REPUBLICAN AT VIEWPOINT DEFENSE HELD Rear, pastor of the Mangum Christian ,.,1". : F:1:!)!
SOLDIERS REFUSED TO FIRE store on iBroadway Brooklyn, poked a church, today shot and probably PETITIONERS 1:1 ::
revolver under a salesman's nose and 'HEAD AND A. DEMOCRAT FOR AT TOMBS PRISON_ -EMOTIONAL fatally wounded George A. Stephens, :.: '1;
UPON MUTINEERS, !INFANTRY walked out unmolested with a tray of his 'brother-in-law, and then cut his CHURCH. SOUTH, HAD : r t.
diamonds valued at $10000. There LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AT INSANITY MAY BE PLEADED BY o/n throat. Rea may recover. i: At.

BAYONETTING THE: OFFICER were only the clerk and the robber in PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. -BYCOURT DEFENSE.By Rea and Ms wife had separated.When NO PART IN THE UNION, EFFECTED : : ,
GAVE THE COMMAND- the store as the supposed customerwas Stephens went for his ,sister'sbelongings f"t'\ I
WHO looking over some engagement the men quarrelled and AND DO >NOT RECOGNIZE : .a

ESTATES DEVASTATED BY RE. rings. Suddenly the robber whipped Rea fired with a shot gun. AUTHORITY OF :
oat a pistol and pointing it straight By Associated Press Associate Press. DECATUR, { ; t:

ESLLIOCS PEASANTS. at the salesman's head, said: ,Philadelphia, July 10.-Complete' fu- Russian Admiral Exonerated of New York,' July 10.4 conference, OHIO, CONFERENCE. ;r iI
"If you move or shout for. help, I'll sion between the Lincoln Republican Important from the viewpoint of the ,. .
.- shoot a hole through you"The party and the Democratic party in this defence, was held in the Tombs todayat ,e I< l: <
of Surren- SHORT WEIGHT '
By Associated Press. salesman' did not move or(.i state was at the re-as- Charge Having which were present Harry Thaw, By Associated Press. Y : ;.
ToaitoY, Russia; Sunday July 8.- shout, and the robber departed, with tumbled convention of the Lincoln: Mrs. Thaw and former Judge Olcott, r'
the of jewels under his reded His Vessel Atlanta July 10.-Charging that : < : 2:
Held) in transmission).-Mutiny tray arm. party. leading counsel for Thaw. It i* re- ; I IEJeT.
lolloped( up by serious'fighting has broken Lewis> Emery, Jr., an Independent ported that as a result'of the confer- George H. (Mack, pastor of the ; ."r "

the troops in the garrison Republican was nominated for governor ence, Thaw withdrew his opposition to First Cumberland Presbyterian charch t-.:: '.'
out among GIVEN IN
and J. S. Black, Democrat,. for Associated Press entering a plea of "emotional insanity" .J: \
here, due to an attempt by the military By of Atlanta, and associates, are endeavoring f: '
arrest disarm: lieutenant governor.On when the case comes to triaL .
authorities to and BODY PRESERVED Constadt Russia, July 10. Admiral to divert church: property t t' -,
Reserve whostrnck" May 31, the Lincoln party-nominated Thaw tonight gave out his first for- "a '
the"tnth 'whose trial the to what Is
on mat known as the Presbyterian : ,
" and service de- a full state ticket with Lewis statement. In which he utters a I. ; ;
for political Emery at Its head Later the Democratic charge of surrendering to the eneiry protest against being regarded as in- church of the United States of .p-.

mands. advantage of reltgioug convention nominated the Un- after the battle of the Sea of Japan, sane and declares that his counsel assure -R ICE America, a number of local Cumberland l f,: '...
Taking a procession i
the authorities sent a regiment BY BREAD AND coln! party candidate for governor and' which began before a courtmartialhere him that no such course as the members today secured an injunction ...: .;.
named Democrats for the rest of the appointment 'of a commission to inquire l: .
I .
main- "
July 4, after to
to escort the processionists and was acquitted today prevent Mr. Mack and associates : .;
ticket The state committee the into his mental condition is con'
taic: order. In the absence of the bulkof the. court had deliberated for nearlyten from carrying out their in I, : ','"
Lincoln templated.
party recommended the acceptance 1- ,
the regiment the authorities of.the democratic candidate hours. Four officers of the Delivery Man Refused to Give tentions. j.
tempted to arrest the men remaining :
ia the barracks. The regiment hearing MilK DIET and they were today nominated. torpedo boat destroyer' Bedovi, who II The effect of the legal order Is to '= ; :

of it, left the procession and gal- were placed on trial with the adrn.Ira11 Correct Amount, and He Was nullify the action taken by the general ; :

Icped;> to the rescue of their comrades, were pound guilty of having ERECTION'F F A assemblies of the Cumberland and: ::fcn!a

firing as they rode. They barricaded -- atively'surrendered the Bedovi premE'ii-1 I Fined 5.00 Presbyterian churches, uniting the '.
themselves in barracks and beat I ,
the PROCEEDINGSTO four were condemned to death by two denominations. }
off repeated attacks of the loyal troops.. Remains of Centenarian Resemble shooting. (But on account of the extenuating !A'case of more than ordinary Interest The petitioners claim that the "::.'

Shots were still heard at midnight. circumstances the Emperor I was given an airing in the municipal 'byterian church, South, had no : '
A detachment of the regiment at BIG 'GASTANK t ip
the railway station cut the telegraph Those of a Womanof will be requested commute; the I court yesterday morning when Lee the union effected and many Presi'l'i'l' t iM s.
sentences of the four officers to .dlj- Bedsole, colored, was before the court
vires and Is' still holding out there. Twent f DISBAR R missal from the service'and to be de- I upon the charge of disorderly conduct land Presbyterians do not recr : :;1..
An officer of the railroad corps and; /- iva. proved of' certain rights which they The disorderly conduct consisted of the authority of the Decatur. Ohio :-r .

the commanding officer of the Seventh would otherwise enjoy I refusing to give the proper amount of assembly which authorized the union- .' '
Regiment are reported to have been I By Associated Press. II ice for: the money paid, and in refusing t p\
killed! and many wounded. .j I New :York July 10.Whether a diet I I to give any ice unless the parties 1 1-i
The procession broke"np in a panic lof: bread and milk taken almost exclusively BROUGHT who wished the luxury took the piece 5
and u this dispatch is filed the,popu-' for forty years Is responsible offered He was found guilty as I;
lat!on ij in a state;of terror .tor;.the'remarkable,'preservation., from C.llY .COUNC charged and fined |5. COUNTY SOLONS S r; : |

fcEFUSTTO _I the*effects' of old age"shbwn in the : One'Witfi a Capacity p of '200,000 Bedsole is one of the men supposedly i,
SOLDIERS body of Mrs. Mary Fay, who died In in the employ of the alleged Ice

FIRE ON MUTINEERSSt the'city almshouse at the age of 105 Judge .Carter .to Hear Charges Feet is Under Constructionby Trnst. At any rate he peddles Ice, :
'July. years a few days ago, is causing in- and for some time complaints have
Petersburg, 10.Some additional -,terest among physicians.teespite W. .L WILL111ETTUNIGH the been reaching the city authorities from REGUURJ,
Pending Against Gas Company.A
details of'the mutiny:of toe the extreme age' of Mrs. ; w numerous parties who are compelledto
Seventh Cavalry at Taaibov show that'' Fay,. her body is in a perfect physical buy Ice from him that he refusedto
both the Infantry and the Cossacks!I condition and Is as well nourished AS Zachary, of this-Ciy., ,big gas holder or tank, having al give them the proper amount of ice f
sent; to subdue the mutineers refused' that of a comparatively young woman, capacity of two hundred thousand for their money. One of the families I L
to fire on them, the infantry bayo- according to Coroner's Physician Dr. !i : cubic feet of gas is being erected by possessing scales weighed the lee' on SESSION -
netting! the officer who pave the command Philip O'Hanlon., Proceedings to disbar W. L. Zacharyof .J the Pensacola .Gas Co., near its plant several occasions in his presence, andIt
Only a detachment of dra- "I have performed 4,550; autopsies," this city, from practicing in the on East HilL The tank, which is just I was found to be short The only '. _I ', .
OOJSho.. it is said had been sup said Dr. O'Hanlon: yesterday, "and she courts of the state have been brought across the street from the old one, is'satisfaction they could get was, inI ., ::
plied with liquor, attacked the muti- I J. Walter Kehoe solicitor for this offered
was the best preserved person ever by constructed by a Cincinnatifirm I I effect, to either take what was r
neers. The officers of the Seventh saw. 'Were it' not for the lines of district upon Instructions from the Many Matters of, Importance to and wall be completed within the!! them or let it alone. Commissioners Met Last Night ; !i
fired on their own men. The number age in her face she would not have court. The suit to disbar was filed in of a month or six weeks, when t This continued for some time. The :E
<.f tilled and wounded has not been been taken for more than twenty-five the office of the clerk of the circuit Come Before Body, Including the course company: will place it in immediate' family, like others In the city mad But There Was Little Busi ,
estaollsied.: Jean of age.. She weighed approximately court a few day since. use. compJants. but got no satisfaction. One { :i' :
140, and'was little more than! The case in which Mr. Zachary is I delivery cart is assigned to that part
f of Contract !
Ratifying 1 The tank Is built of steel, and triples ness of Interest
UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPTTO five feet in height. [IThe body was charged to hare acted in a manner, to the capacity of the cOIX1!>any's plant. of town, and when it came along, be it I :-; 1 !
BLOW UP A BRIDGE exceptionally well nourished, and he reflect upon the bar, it is understood, The two tanks at present In use have I morning or night, the family could i ;:,1,.
teeth in both upper and lower jaws is the Pennington land case, which baa and get Ice, provided they would take. what
Warsaw, July 10.:-An unsucce:s- were in perfect condition.," been pending for several years, and The regular meeting of the City a.capacltyof 60,000 idea of 20,000 the ,size respectively of- the drYer chose to give. The regular monthly session of the 1 .,.:
fal attempt was made today to blowup which was settled about a month since. Council Is to be held tonight, and a* the so tank some can gathered.. Both I I This they stood as long as they Board of County Commissioners was :. }.
the bridge the Vistula. Troopsand The of Mr. the meeting is an important one it is new and then to the >city, i iY
over answer Zachary, or some t .these old tanks will be continued: in cared to went held last night Chairman Avery presiding 't
guards drove off the would be perpetrators of the papers he filed in the case expected that every councilman whois use anticipates that where an affidavit was made againstthe Commissioners :' ,
as the company and ; Sennott, r'J-:
of the outrage after the ACAROLINA caused Judge Carter to view the mat-- in the 'city will be in attendance. of much'II driver for disorderly conduct in
with the cheaper price
bridge had been mined.An .' NORTH ter with suspicion and he instructed Among the matters to be consideredwill : will be used that all'gas tanks so will refusing to give the proper amount of Stewart Andrews and Wiggins present :: fr
the state solicitor to bring suit against be the report of the Board of Bond be more necessary.In I ice for the money, and the testimony The session was a short one, f ;
Estate Devastated. him to show cause why he should not!Trustees, which will embody the con- addition to this improvement the adduced proved he was guilty. compared to the usual: meetings of the f
: p.i
Poltava, Russia, July 10.-The estate be disbarred.All tract recently entered into by that {Families who are suffering in a like: jody. j ;
By Associated Press.Greensboro company has so far extended Its system -I i
of Prince! Kochebue, here,has of the in the body for the construction of the sewerage In other portons of the city
near papers case are lowin' :
'N., C., July i0'Republicans by the laying of about five miles After the reading of the finance .
been devastated by peasants. in state convention: to-night selected the hands of Judge Carter and it fe system: It was recently signedby of mains to thickly! populated terntory -I speak of taking familar action, and If report which was t rcommittee's .;'..:
alt'parties'and Is to rati- ap
ready be
continue it is probable that those
understood that the matter will they
Ex4Iudg Spencer'B. Adams as come and -the extension of the system proved, the committee to consult with :. s
fied by' the counciL Another matterto f'r
for in Matlanna who deliver the product of the allegedIce
a hearing within
himself up be continuedI ,
chairman 'to fuceeed will committee from the ;
state a City Council
ALSO be dealt with by the council will be
the n xt two weeks.CRICKET. Trust will be compelled to give i'
over Representative Blackburn leaderof I ported. A recommendation wet made ; l' .
the contract of Chas. H. Turner to :'
weight, whether they wish. to
the insurgent forces. The entire i erect the city hall, and this will-also I that> the county bear half the expense 'rI .f
DEATH Of ANNIE do so or
WANTS EMBASSY day was taken up with.routne' busi- [ AMERICANS come up for ratification.A of renting three beds from the hospital ,i t ,.
I Ice delivery In Pensacola
ness and the report of the credentials I number of other matters, Includ'I i at the present time Is said to be the annual rental of which I* 4 f i i' j l:
committee. ing MORRIS BRONSON fl.OSO. It was decided to pay one-haX r
Associated I several important ordinances, are : worse than ever before known. There
By Press MATCHBy to be considered at this meeting. I Is no competition, and it is said, that of the necessary expense. <
July 10.-The state department HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL I The contract for furnishing supplies
f of the drivers have refused
has not yet been of WILL APPEAR FRIDAY I some even for the county poor farm for the :
the existence of opposition' on the parts, LADRONE LEADERFIELD LITTLE DAUGHTER OF MR. AND I families ice when they did not have coming month was awarded to Rose- ; f. '; I
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of the Turkish government to the ele- The High School Annual a publication Associated Press. i the exact change. nau & Gerelds for the sum of $67.20 ". .f.
,at.oa! of the Amr:can legation at Con that is always looked forward to !Philadelphia! JuTy 10.-The cricket MRS. W. P. BRO-NSON EXPIRED I The bond of W. T. Earnest to carry ':;

start:nople to an embassy. The Tur- each year with Interest, will ,appear .match between the United States and AT CAVITEBy YESTERDAY. a revolver, was approved. i; ';'
frisk minister stated today that he had Friday morning, and will be'ready'for Canada, which 'began yesterday, ended The bond of .W. M J. Scott, as supervisor ; ; }:;'
received no instructions to delay the distribution' at 9' o'clock at Public In victory for the Americans bya WATCH THE fATE of registration, in tie sum ,
steps taken for the elevation of the School No. 1. large marg:az. Americans, grand of $500, was approved. 1 : !
American l legation and said his government The paper will contain many articles total!, 405-Canadas( ; 152JUDGEMENTFOR_ Associated Press Annie! Morris, the little daughter f31r. The bill of Dr. :J. C TCwynn for .: t '
Manila, July 10.-Monfalo, a Lad-! and Mrs.: W. iR.-Brownson expired forming an operatirm on Jjbn Wil- '
was desirous of being repre-j by pupils' of the school and will s : :
sented by an embassy at Washington.i be devoted.entirely. to.the. interest of rone leader, surrendered to Colonel; yesterday afternO riat' 5:30 o'clock! at tams and afterwards for appearing at i f ;4 :
Brandtholtz of the constabulary at of Mr.. and Mrs. Frank +
education.LIEUTENANT. the home OF fiRST the inquest was referred to .ae roan ,
Talisay on July 8'and was removed to:I Johnson on East: Wright street aftera I attorney.. I. f .
WALCOTT KNOCKS FRENCH LICK CO.By Cavite for safe keeping. This leaves!: painful illness. She had reachedthe The bill of Or. Gonzalez for $%4 1 ,
only one more Ladrone leader at large age of eighteen months and her I for treating a small pox patient, was P [" c.
in Luzon. death Is a severe blow to her parentsas ordered paid $ f t
OUT DOUGHERTY GEORGIA WANTS well as relatives. BILL The application of Sam Morgan for 1-1
Associated Press \ NO'MORE The funeral services will be con- & pension, was not approved 1
West Baden,' Ind.. July 10.-The WANTS ducted this afternoon at I 5 o'clock The matter of recommending some r, t ,
By Associated Press. lessees of the Casinos at the French from the home of Mr. Johnson on I. person to the governor for appointment f
Boston, July 10.-Joe ''')llcott, of Lick and West Baden hotels, Messrs. AMERICAN ,LOANSBy East Wright and the interment will to fill the position of .fish and j' I
Boston, retained the welter weight I' T TOYERNOR Deery and Celglassier, have confessed be made In.St. John's cemetery.: By Associated P/e.. game warden for Escambla county ; ;; ;
championship tf the world by knocking judgement ana allowed the leases to St. Petersburg, July 10.-The bill of was then considered. Application '! ;
out Jack Dougherty of Milwaukee In be cancelled. The count allowed the the lower house of parliament providing were read from A. W Filnngim] Wm. -1 .,
eight rounds at the Lincoln Athletic hotel company back: rent due one Associated.Press BRYAN TO REMAIN for the abolition of the death J. Sennott, Gus SoderHnd, Ike Den-
Club in Chelsea tonight! hundred dollars damages and one Paris, July 10.-Since tae floatingof penaltywas taken up today in the man and John Gates. Mr. Sennott *' : j
GO [ hundred dollars attorney's fee. the Pennsylvania railroad loan in IN GREAT BRITIAN rpper house. All the ministers were was the choice of the board but h9
GAME BEING ARRANGED Paris several Inquiries have been in attendance and In the gallerieswere aeclined to vote. He recommended :
FOR FRIDAY AFTERNOON' made for placing further American many members of the lower and aa he is thoroughly i; :.
ACCOUNTANT WON loans In the French market but bankers house who came to watch the fate of familiar with the duties of the offiM 4
A. 1By Associated Press ,their! first MIL! and is well acquainted, will no doubt +
game of baseball is proposed for Associated Press.Atlanta say the time inopportune for By i :
] 10. 1'1'i4ay: 1 receive
afternoon smother i.tebsive Joan transaction.Ihey London, July
between the Y. M. C. Ga, Georgia
i been raised in favor of ,
abandoned punishment and Commissioner
temporarily Chairman Avery ;
A. ;
team and the Seventy-Six's. Al- senate today adopted a bill creating do not confirm the report that> 7. Bryan
I all the speakers urging its commttte '
tour and decided to Sennott were appointed a
though the Y. M. C. A. will have The another railway loan Is under way. their continental
boys I
the office of lieutenant-governor. I
* remain In Great Britian until after elimination as a relic of barbarism. to employ an engineer and Invest s +1
strong aggregation on that date bill will go to the lower house where l After general debate' be
Inter-parliamentary Union which the.bill will gate the matter of the piling being
there Steamer Ashore. I the
| are acme who do not believe It Is expected to pass. The salary Associated Press. Big carried to committee.
I sunk at the new Perdido steel b.1Je. r rA
|they can defeat the old timers. The is fixed at four'hundred: dollars> Pr New York, July 10.-James ;B New York, July 10. The Mallory opens July %% petition for a road near Gonzalez Z
latter will be ,represented by Oliver, annum.. Among,the duties requiredare Brady's Accountantwon the Lawrence: line steamer Denver reports by wireless I Immigration to Siberia. station was referred to Commissioner t
Harris Bicker, Sanchez and others -to presid .over the senate, and realization stakes, worth seventeen telegraphy to the De Forest Completely! destroyed. tVirgins.
Russia, July 10.-The estate I St. Petersburg, July! 10.-Govern- .
*no have of thousand at Wireless Telegraph Company that she Tarensk, .
played ball In Pensacola for succeed the governor- In case dollars Sheepshead Bay "
board hold another t1P.ItiB< '
showan will
former figures made pubJc'toda1 The
M. Durnovo, ment r
many years. disability. Residence today. Entree second and Bull's Eye sighted a steamship apparently ashore near -
death resignation or '
If the third. Water Pearl the about one mile south of Bamegat I' minster of'the Interior has been completely -II unprecedented immigration! to on tie first Monday in A.n o fie ;
game- Is arranged' which is at the state_capital is required ;won 'second S.l of property *
complaints owns'
now thousand Denver could not make the destroyed by rebellious peasants beria. 8,867 persons 'going there hear -
very probable: It will be played only during. the sessions-ottu!. lug the last si! months a a3esraaats. _
U Palmetto Beach c >l4iirs '4 event ores the Futurity COOTS*.. name of the strandedvaseL'K __ 'aiI'

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FOR FRIDAY Nature| | Danger and, fear that ,she looks forwud,

WILL K CONTINUED I to the critical hour with
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RR&RE .. and dread. Mother's Friend, by its

WATSON I RACES$ trating and soothing;, properties, allays nausea* nervousness and

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THE DEATt101 Entered and -It {is Expected-. testified and said, "it is worth j "

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!j:.;. Special to The Journal j Nine fast horses have already been THE BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ga.

AT Qaicy, July 10,-Mrs. J. H. Hand, of TRIBUTE PAID DECEASED LADY: : entered in the 'raCes at Kupfrian's ,
/ Ga. arrived this week on Park tor:"Friday afternoon, tinder ,the
Special to The Journal. /Elackeley, ,
KNOWN IN PENSACOLA, BY auspices,of*the Pensacola Driving AsEociaUon .
a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs. W. ,.
Powelton,' July 10.-Mr.and Mrs. B.
,- and it la expected that
E. Whlddoa ,gave a delightful picnic B. MunroeMessre. NASHVILLE AMERICAN.! ethersw1l1 before the
r be
,( G.. Malone,C, Pinson.' Cutler LIMATtannesee
T>L the.Fourth, for a number ,of their ALAI Meadows C. McLanglin James books ,close as great interest is being -
friends. TI1.eyleft on No. 6 for Molino I Pittman and' G, Morris, went on. the Of the death of Mrs* Mary O,CamP: manifested and there are several or Alabama Lime in full Carloadsor

where they spent the day most deW .. Cog Island, excursion via the G.: F.' bell, mother of Key Campbell of this owners, who are anticipating. taking .I Single Barrels I'
In the'event..
Iightfully on' Escambia riven. The and A. last Monday. city and of Mrs W. C, Jones, deceased part
Miss ,M Young; of Taldosta.. has the Nashville American of recent So far as arranged there will be .
girls and: boys 'left the camp to see Father of Sam Rosenau of this bEen the guest of Miss Bessie.McKee date contained the following: three races. In the first race the','entries Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
1 traIn J5o, 4 pass, ,bat, upon reaching: this week. (Mrs. Mary the depot some one ,suggested taking Judge Paul Thom'PEOO.Rube Love late E. R Camfcpell, of this city diedat Dr. Kennedy; Flossie, owned by T. E. wwwwws
i; a little.rtd BO,'.? willing they, i City, Expires Suddenly Angus Hinson and >;. C.Lore went to her home o nthe -Murfreesboro Welles and lady Wilkes, owned 'by -=
i boarded,, the train and went, to Met Bainbridge for the races:bn July 4th. pike at 6:30: ( 'o'clock Sunday morning John ( rowu. These three horses ar .: .: David;: took ,in all the sights. there, Monday Night I :Mr. A. D. Oovlngum: returned from after an illness covering several about evenly matched and the race is DRINK'In
1 expected to be interesting It will. be
and returned, on the next train.A a business trip. Jacksonville on months.
'. 'serried to the ( Columbia the best'three in five heats
If' fine dinner was ,Sunday .j. Mrs Campbell was born at
hungry crowd when they reached the< ,Ike Rosenau,.one of the most prom-, -Mrs. W. ,S. McCall has returned Ky., on Feb.' 19. 1845. and moved In the second race James M. John-. i
4 I picnic ground which, Included' every inent' citizens o( Athens, Ala., died from Panacea Springs much benefit fc) Nashville 'With, her parents, the son will bring' out his new mare Sallie
thing one could wish, for to eat and ted In health. late Dr and Mrs.John D:Winston, in Ann; George Clutter has entered '
fi lrjk. In tho party were; Mr. suddenly "at. nla._home:Tin, .thai city I Mr. Albert MUBTOC left on Sundaymorning her early childhood. She is survivedby Frank and T. E. We'les has entered @;q: BottlesA ii
atd Mrs. B. E. WblddOn, Mr and Mrs. Monday night This intelligence for Savannah, Gi:' three sisters, iMrs. .I. B. Filcher, Black Boy. This race will be half i
11' Stokes and children of Pensacola, reached Pensacola yesterday morningat ''Mr. A. G. Fraleigh, one of Madi. of this city; Mrs. S. Y. Pitts, of Salisbury mile heats, !best two. in three.
5t; Miss Belle lcVoy.IIss' Lena :Mullins, to. early hour. I eon's most prominent business men Mo.; and Mrs P. S. Hollins of The last will be,a free for all, and
is jMiss Mary Wilson Miss Irma \Vhid Mr. Rosenau was the father of Sam was here Friday on business. Washington D. C.; two daughters. some fast animals will participate. So DELICIOUS BEVERAGELook
} don Miss Marye, MulHos Mr. Joan 1 The fokroibg Qulncyltes went to Miss Mamie Campbell and ilrs. Laps far the entries are: One Spot, by Sam
;\ Lowe 3Ir. Robert Lowell;' Mr. -H.Wltner. Rosenau,- of this city and had many Tallahassee on the Fourth to witness D. McCord, Jr., of Nashville' ; three Clifford; Snow Drop by E 'Eglehoffand
J. Mr. Fek! McVoy, Mr. R McDonald friends here. He was prominent: in,, the ball gamfe between Montteello and! sons, Dudley: W. and SomZey' Campbell Hayrack by W. J. Corner. More
Mr Emery Whiddon and Mr. business circles In Athens, having established -.Tallahassee.: P. Thomas G. C. Cory i of Nashville: !, and David Key are expected to enter before the'race.. for the Trade Mark on Cap and Label. ;
t' Byrd. They returned on No. 5 de a mercantile 'business there IJ., Pittman, Random Ward,
llighted with the day. years ago, of which he was the head 1'tin, Allen McDearmid. Neal Feircloth: I fester children Miss Louise and G. heats..
t. ,:}Ir. John Lowe left Friday on then at the time of his death. He was !Elwood Malone Hugh Wilson. Cla. A. Stanley, of Nashville, besides her In addition to these events it is Bottled only by
: noon train for Tunnel Springs, Ala., about 70 or 75 years of age, and the;'rence: Pinson, Cutler Meadows; Law I grandchildren, the children of her probable that other races will be arranged -
i\ after spending several days with news of his death, came as a shock to xence Hadley and J. Stearns : daughters =Mrs McCord, of this city as W. J. Corner owner of Hygeia Works
i. friends and relatives. his friends in this city as he 'was in I I r f Ir. and Mrs Fred Burghard left :.and the !late Mrs. W. C. Jones of Pen- Sarah C. Belle has challenged any Bottling
'1 Miss Marye Mullins returned last the best of health when last heard!{last 'Sunday for Jacksonville, where sacola. horse In Pensacola, and it is thought .
(Monday after spending. three delight. ficm.Sam. j sf'eat several da>s. Mrs Campbell had been confined to is willing tb back his Judgement with
fui weeks with friends in Pensacola. Rosenau. who is some whereon II I Miss Susie Davis entertained a few her room for about a year and her cash., 124 E. Chase Street Phone 587.
Af (Miss Nettle Taplola and niece :Miss the P. & 'A. division traveling for friends on Tuesday evening in honorof death was not unexpected.
Vera WhIddon returned Thursday his firm, could not, be located yesterday her guest Miss )t ct1n. A series at unfortunate occurrences WIVES' LETTERS.
: from Montgomery and Greenville Ala: immediately preceding Mrs. Camp-
by the firm to notify him of the
Mr. S. B. Sharp was a pleasant visitor dea.tlof, his father, and as yet he is ABRAHAM LINCOLN.was j bell's death were probably Instrumental Aec.rdi.g to a Ma, neT Shovld ,
f" here Sunday last. in ignorance of ,the fact a man, who against all odds, attained In hastening the end. Four" Avoid All Mention of Love.
dirs.J H Mullins spent the Fourth The funeral,has been set for. ,this the highest honor a man could T a kg ago her eldest daughter. Mrs. The wise wife will avoid all mention HORSES
and relatives In Muse at 11 W. C. Jones'of, Pensacola Fla., died i
morning o'clock. get in the United :States.' Ballards of love in letters to her husbandman A
geeMiss Horehound Syrup has attained a place very suddenly of appoplexy) Hving\but\ who Is married to the woman be
Lena :Muffins visited friendsIn -: <- a few hours after she was stricken. In
Pensacola last week. COAL'TAR'JOBll E. never equalled by'any other like rem her this loves resents as a husband more than
weakened condition was an
tt'friends edy. It is a sure cure for Coughs, be did lover crude and
as a any
Mr. and Mr. Gasque Lowell] Campbell
unusually severe blow: to Mrs, -
celebrated the Fourth In Mobile A CbeotliU Clnb'c Celebration laH I Colds, Bronchitis, Influenza and all 1I I and she became perceptibly confession, and if there Is one thing FOR SALEWe
Blr. Cecil Wilson visited home folks! .Bor of Professor Perklm. I I should Pulmonary diseases. Every mother worse Just a week later her nephewS more than another that bores him It Is
E- here Sunday. As was hoped the movement to cele- keep supplied with this won ker Hollins, met, his unfortunateand the conventional monotony of his wife's
derful cough medicine.: Bold by all "
Dr. Buckner and Rev. Moore of brate the fiftieth anniversary of the untimely; death, in the railroad letters or still parts of them as at-
Qluscogge visited here Tuesday.Mrs. coal tar industry has international :I druggists. yards at .the Union Station and this tempt to give expression to her feel- have for: sale 'at our stables
t J. H. Mullins and grand children affair bore heavily'pon Mrs. Campbell's Ings, and this not because men are ,_
Master James and Miss Maude
mind. At the end of another week brutal not because they are less sentimental
of left for Post Scientists of Germany Fiance
Jennings Mnscogee today ai'
sister-inlaw.tlfiss Arne Campbell,
than fors In truth
--- women- they
few days outing on Escambia bay. Belgium Italy and America have who lives at.thit Campbell home, had
One of the L. & N. workmen the are more so-but for the very sound
Mrs. Anderson, of Gonzalez' visited adopted ,England's plan to, commem her ankle bmkt n. After ,that Mrs.
; Louisville & Nashville ,wharf named reason that men are more logical, more A
Sabra of
her cousin Miss Hardy Tuesday Hors
; Professor'Perkin's Campbell failed"very rapidly, and the
i' afternoon orate discovery of i:,Hansen,. was badly injured there yesterday end came peacefully at 6:30 o'clock artistic and have a, greater capacity s
The home of Mr. B, R. WIlder'was the first aniline dye, "mauve.." Under', .afternoon. He,was caught be Sunday morning. for sensing the eternal fitness of
struck by lightning Monday afternoon the auspices of the Chemists' club of ,tween two cars and his leg injured.He things.In .
;1 and Mrs. Wilder and the coot were New York a celebration vrlll take place I' was taken to the hospital in the ALL, THE WORLD.: -other words, a man reasons that
ambiance,for treatment
badly shocked. laU In September in New York city. knows that') ll id's Snow Linimenthas when' he has once' told a woman he

The jubilee will be attended by a largo W. A. GAH LEN aa.K PUTS IN no superior for Rheumatism, loves her she will accept! the statementas which we have just received from
i. number of: America's most prominent HANDSOME SHOW CASEW. Stff! Joints, Cuts,, Sprains, Lumbagoand truth; and it offends his sense of
E : How to Fool a Lazy Liver scientists; also by John Bigelow,. recently A. Gahlenbeck.' the jeweler and all pains. Buy it, try it and you self respect to be obliged to repeat
,minister to France; Joseph H. watch maker, has just installed some will always use It. Any body who has himself. Particularly is it offensive to Giles Tennessee All
with Artificial Exercise Choate;'ex-ambassador to England; AlFred -' handsome new mahogany and plate used Ballard's Snow Liniment. is a living his sense of delicacy as well as to,his county, healthy
C.;Cox:judge of the second Unit glass fixtures that are a credit to his proof of what it does. All we ask most sacred feeling for her that he
ed States circuit court of appeals; Peter business. Mr. Gahlenbeck's place is of you is to get a trial bottle. should be obliged to translate his pas-
serious Sickness has a email S. Grosscup, judge of the seventh- now one of the very handsomest .In Price;25c, 50c and Jl:00 sion into the feeble Inadequacy of Stock ,Not a western horse in

I. lB'beginning. United States'circuit court of appeals; f i the city. words and phrases. As a consequence
J And *In nino cases out of ten Comptroller Herman 4. Metz, General A Chines Initiation. a man very much In love will say or
that beginning is made in the Horace Porter Secretary Eliha Root Ice Cream Supper. What a detective saw at a meetingof write almost anything rather than the the bunch -
,, On the lawn at the Mr. '
residence of
Bowels. words a woman most desires to hear-
Judge William K. Townsend and an illegal Chinese secret society In
} G N. Curtis 708 E. Cervantes, Friday those three little words,,"I love
i Constipation is tho Judge William J Wallace. Others in Is told in In you""A -
beginning of most disease < 7:30 nvJuly 13, given by the I Hongkong a police report '
: Man Who Knows" In New York
*. It paves the way for all others. attendance will be presidents of the Ladies Aid Society for benefit of East an oriental newspaper: "Chief Detective World. .

Lack of exercise hasty eating, improper largest American universities and End Baptist Church.. A cordial invitation -f Inspector Hanson said that to- .
food prominent patent lawyers who are actively o is extended to all. Modern Methods.
are its first causes gether with a party of Chinese detectives
a Interested In the celebration. '"We have some fine PENSACOLA
sausage ventured LIVERY
Laziness, and postponement, permit it Professor Perkin himself probably will he entered S3 Second street one the waiter. STABLE

to'crow Into Chronic Constipation, which b$ present night through the roof and found a. "Keep It."

means life-long Discomfort. Aside from the, practical advantages meeting of the Triad society in progress. "How about a taste of Name

It, isn't necessary to be sick-a-bed, you which have resulted from the discoverymade He concealed himself and saw "Cut it out""Corned 12 and 14 West Intendencia Street.

know in order to be mighty uncomfortable.Even by Professor Perkin In 1850. the that the place was dimly lighted by a beef, potted, chicken canned

: a aUght indigestion affects tho science of chemistry has profited won- few tapers. In a tub were two sets of tongue

nerves dulls the mind, and obscures tho Urfully. Particularly In America. patriarchal flags, a lamp, looking glass, "Thunder and Mars! You must take HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS.
merry sunshine of UfThe *. where the coal tar industry I Is enormous k dagger, scissors fan. rule, abacus and me for an investigating committee. I .
has the discovery had a great scales-all of which were part of the came here to get something to eat. NOW FOR THE BANKS OF THE BEAUTIFUL TA LULAH.
a ei effect It rave to the study of organic gear used in initiating members into Bring me a glass of distilled water anda

; time to adjust the Bowels Is the very chemistry and to chemistry In general the Triad society. fumigated banana"-Philadelphia THE LODGEAn
a powerful stimulus. It Public Ledeer.
UlBBU also opened "There were also several colored
you suspect they need adjustment. pa. Hotel
up a new field in the creation of newcompounds pers with writing on them and a pot i up-to-date with every convenience that Ingenuity could suggMor
-If your tongue to slightly coated.If money command, will. be open Jun the 10th.!
,-- possessing wonderful physiological covered with paper and holding fantastic DOCTOR'S SHIFT e For rates, etc, address
breath Is under
your suspicion.
properties, and the matoria banners. In front of the tub
.-If your head feels trifle heavy or dull, medics consequently has been enriched were lamps. The defendants who : Now Gets Along Without It. J. C. S. TIM BERLAKE

digestion seems even a little slow, by the tldltioa of hundreds and were members of the society were A physician says: "Until last fall I TALLULAH LODGE. GA.
-If Heartburn, Belching Cone or Rest even thousands of new remedies which putting the other five through the used to eat meat for my breakfast and
IrIf:' lessness begin to show themselves were not previously known. Includingsuch suffered with indigestion until the
process of Initiation and had a felloW'pIece meat from
had Dassed the stomach.,
That's the time to eat a Casearet as phenacetin: antlpyrin and ealoLla of paper,bearing their names and "Last fall I began the use of GrapeXnfj -
i DOS't Imagine the Cascaret to ineffective connection with the jubilee there the hour of their birth. for breakfast and very soon THE BEAUTIFUL
.It because it J s pleasant to eat as Candy will bt banquet and a symposium on House 'BasIns were used in this ceremony, found I could-do-without meat, for my SAPPHIRE COUNTRY"THE
the Country
'. i"H acts at pleasantly as it totes It bas progress synthetic chemistry: including one containing a liquid representing body got all the nourishment neces LAKE REGION OF THE SOUTH.
to Bowels results in relation to theo- blood and the other grass and Just In saryfrom the Grape-Nuts and since!
it Is
congenial your as to
your retical chemistry the arts of dyeing Toilet then I have not had
SetsCheap front of them was a chopper. Among any Indigestion;
f-- and calico printing the production of other forms the candidates bad to take and am feeling better and have in- ELEVATION FROM
4: Jt stimulates! the muscular lining of the new remedies, antiseptics and perfumes. an oath and Jump through a paper'covered creased in weight"Since 2,250 TO 5,000 FEET.Gortgou .
\r' Bowels and Intestines,so that they mechanically It is intended to present to and Nice hoop* finding the benefit I derived Mountain Scenery, three magnificent lakes, countless

iL. extract nourishment from the food and Professor.Perkin an appropriate token front Grape-Nuts I have prescribed the beautiful waterfall, pure and bracing air; trout fishing in streams

drive out the waste. of appreciation'of.his,services. CJ J There is no reason why the CULINARY CONCEITS.Thin fOOd for all of my patients. suffering* and ,lakes. boating, bathing, horse back riding driving mountain
t/I A prIM to be known as the Perkin from indigestion of over feeding and climbing and all Indoor
I amusements.FIVE .
medal win be established and awarded summer cottage shouldn't have also SOT those recovering from disease

The only way to have Cascarets ready to I annually to the American chemist who I decorated Toilet Sets in every boiling sirup It down.may be made thicker by where certain I to,want digest a food and easy which to take will and not CHARMING HOTELS.

r use precisely when you need them! is to t tant snail service have the,science the most of 'lmpor.t bedroom-at such prices as rye By long beating cake will be fine overtax the stomach."I TOn WAY INN, Lake Toxaway FAIRFIELD INN, Lake Far:

carry them constantly in your pocket as chemistry la the, applied are naming just now grained although light end delicate always find the results I look for I. H. .AIKEN. Manager. field W. H. & C. A. L-\F...
previous An-
you do.a Watch or a Lead penciL'ThIS with a small amount of beating. when I prescribe Grape-Nuts. For THE FRANKLIN" TIN. ManagersSAPPHIRE .
other feature of th Brevard. A.LAMBORN .
t jubilee will be the EJ I Unless die wall
r ten cent box of Cascarets Is made paper is black Peanuts mashed Into powder In a ethical reasons please omit my name'' INN Lake Sapphi'

thin, flat; round-Odged, and small for this I I chemical foundation works of a and. national periodicals library'titnated of. I -which is 'unlikely-we can mortar seasoned with salt and moistened Name given by mail by Postum Co., Manager HUGH WILLIAMS, Manager

. precise. purpose. -:- in New York and consisting of a match almost any color! scheme filling.with cream make a good sandwich Battle The reason Creek,for Mich.the. wonderful. amount THE U1DGE. Summit. ML Toxaway. Mrs. PATTON CRISP. Manager '

Be very careful to get the genuine, mada i permanent reference library and a'duI done nutriment and 'the easy digestionof ,
only! by the Sterling Remedy,Company and I pllcat circulating library for the benefit 1 your rooms are It is said that If a clean cheesecloth Grape-Nuts Is not hard to find. The hotel 1 are modern, and are noted for perfect sernce. Address

never acId la bulk. Every tablet stamped i of chemists throughout, the United J Some very: 1 low-priced simple Is spread''overthe coifing board and In the first place the starchy part either hotel ,for rates.
well be rolled la '
-CCC." States. : f6rservants'torus floured cookies may of the wheat and barley goes through For descriptive booklet and 'general Information
r patterns are a much softer dough than otherwise. various processes of cooking to perfect address
'. e e interesting in matter of both When the wire baa- JOHN C. BURROWES Pre..
price frying croquettes ly change the starch Into Dextrose or ,
; FREE TO OU'R; REABCRSA :, RIMea General j and,quality ket &houId'alWI11'be plunged into the Post Sugar in which state it Is readyto Special.,rates at Toxaway fnn during June. the Tpxaway Hotel Co.
In the following paragraph are bidden hot fat before the croquettes are put be easily absorbed by the blood. Lake Toxaw y, N C.

baa been arranged to malt foe a the names of,four generals of the 9 I ati Y '.rZMS1ioa... a nqoefta)wUe the rtnetj. Into It; otherwise they are apt to stick The parts in the wheat and barley
PL.TDtrfakeabox beautiful little Frencb-demtgmed, GOLD- dvil war: D to the wire, which will make them fall which Nature can make use of for rebuilding --

4.;.:" colors, a &aa hardeuaaeledtnpretty '". ;- most liberal offer ever made aid wewaat 2. We have received your catalog and ; r9 Mustard and horseradish mixed retained in this remarkable food and -- Order -
flYe'7.reader to bare 00. Tern Your
cents ta stamps i.asked as a measure other books.. 3..Toe new usher makes an excellent relish for cold thus the human body Is supplied with
.' i. 01 good faith and to corer cost of Ctcareta the powerful strength producers ICE COAL
aged to fed our seats 4. The meat Mix yellow mustard and add so and WOOD
if.9'lf wit which this daiaty boa La
t' loaded. played jacks on the front steps 107 SOUTH PALATOX arttnrTPENSACOLA easily noticed after one has eaten
", maJ1.\\ to It an equal quantity of grated horse item. tile
'4-- Send today be to Grape-Nuts each day fot a week' 10
sure memtioa this Aruwer-l. Lee. 2.,Logan. 3 '
write address radish! which has been boiled ten min- Consumers' Ice and
Address roar plainly days.rhere's a reason" Fuel Company.
( Stedbll Remedy t7ompaay man. 4..Ja. &oA. utes In water. Thin the mixture with
Get the Ofsc.-Corner
Cbioago New .+- little book Tie Head to chan sad
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.$ iff : : AND. G CARRABELLE in the office, means Success.

WEATHER AT TEMPERATE PRICES 'HUR1JSTONWQ JElectricity in the streets, means reform.

-, .... .- -, p- AN Highest brilliancy-Radiates no heat

BUSKV ARIW'SPYiLL HARBOR :' Electric'-fans are worth a summer vacation -

:. ( Ours are Shirts that mak : a man ; ,mttl: :1l'r.l! shzrI tiles V : V only it is cheaper. Both lights and
., :: smartly dressed without, either coat IS CENTS EACH; S FOR itS CENTS '. iitalIe4-by
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4 1 or yest- OP k..T --
i; ). Extensive Plannedby : /
: Were Tried in the Criminal Court Improvements "-.- PENSACOLAELECTRIG

': I Yesterday. and>Found SAFES 1 1 SAFES 1 SAFES! ,SAFES G. F. & A. Ry at the
I. 75c to $1,50 V :
: .. i x Guilty. Buy Diebold V Florida Port .. .

: : Scarritt Moreno, Agent. I '\ PHONE 106.
J: But to go without coat or vest you The most tmportant matters to The Savannah News says: I --

{ V '. have to doff your suspenders and don come beforethe Criminal 'Court yesterday BOSSO'SIce Carrabelle port for isto the be' South developed American as thegulf ,

PY; a belt. You can make both ends meet I Judge Beggs, presiduig, were rade by the, Georgia Florida and
tt ,,; the cases of .August' Pjik&ton and Alabama. Railway of which Mr. J. P. I

;J: ., -_ here for It If I lAzarus Williams_ negroes, who-were Cream Factory Villlama of Savannah is president. I 275 MILLION DOLLARS

: I charged with assault 'with intent to The railroad company is now plan I
: nin the outlay of large sum for J
:murder, opposing an omcer, and assisting can furnish you cream In p IN DEATH
of the naiftvor and .
i the improvement .
of any ruamlty. satisfaction: :
: 25c to $1.50 In the escape a prisoner. the extension of its terminals and application -I .
They were found guilty as charged, guaranteed. .
.. has been made to-congreaS; V This stupendous amount has been paid in Death C1ainby :
"."> the jury deliberating only a .short PHONE 1326 V with the'approval of the government t the EQUITABLE since its organization in 1S53 ':p :.

IV ;n'f trme before returning the verd1e4.V engineer; of the district, for an appropriation = the close of the vear 1905: There is no safer or D- n.
A : variety of colors -bucklesall The case was placed on trial being In ? SAM B9.S.SO.PrOP.. I V of $200,000ahich it Is esimatedwill V asset than policy: in THE EQUITABLE. Send! Q:11
afternoon the following1 jury:
all VV V give a depth of 22 n. feet age and address.&H3E .
stylish. MuILn, 'JW.
sworn: J. D. Ward Thos. --- V
.Grimsley, R. Golsby. W. H Kyle at the wharves at low water. whch.
V float merchant Gen'l A ts,
will be sufficient to any
and Chas. Hutchlns. KnowlesVBros.
vessel under load kkely to bringor
shown. and the court room was P
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. An inf.llible remsdy for the curt of Drag:Habits ill kInds.Sent there for to come. "
: seek years .
well filled with spectators. Solicitor S2 is cargo
poItpaid at pw bottlt Morphmt-Curi preperedlor
Loftin conducted the prosecution andC. Hypodermic or in ma/... Delta Chem.Co.,St.Leua Mr. Williams has returned from a ____ ensatola:0

i THEJOHN WHITE STORE M. Uones appeared for the defense For sale by W. H. White &. Co. visit to the Florida end of the road
Pinkston and Williams are the two and he is pleased with the progress :

negroes who, about two months which is being made at Carrabelle.

1 Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX since, assaulted B. IX Whidden, track )uncg the summer and fall considerable ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot

t 'J ,supervisor of the L. & N, and Foreman BASEBALLAmerican dr dgingwill, be done by' the

1 Bush of the same company.. The company: on ;its own account. The be Jest and they may be used to
will not
two white men had arrested a- negro government
... for riding on a switch engme' andwere League. available until, some time next) reduce the each if the insuredso
walking down the track to_ the "WTashmgton 3, Detroit 4, eleven ia year perhaps and the deve'oiMcntJ year ,
i You May Think I rnion depot when they were stoppedby nings. of the harbor is to be continuous.For \ V i
chooses A life Endpwment with
I Policy
5H1rPINCNEW5 a crowd of about 4 dozen negroes Philadelphia-Cleveland, rain. South American Trade. 1"This .
! i near a bar room just'south of the gasworks Boston 3, 'Chicago: 6, eight innings, will be but a part of the 'general -
it joke when I ,tell about they annual dividends in the :Union Central Lifeis
, ,& you The crowd demanded the release rain. Second game postponed rain. development said Mr. "WJlliamSj .
: -- of the negro, and when the demand New York-St. Louis, rain. last night in speaking of the work on' V

;20 Per Cent Discount 'Arrived.LanVberg was refused assaulted ihe two the harbor, "The time has arrived), the most satisfactory. IB.

white, men with pickets stones etc. National League.St. for"opening a gulf port to the South j
all Nor bk, ,Johnson. 1215 Both .were badly Injured Mr. Whid- Louis PhIladelphia 3. American:! trade and Carrabelle as S. WILLIAMS General I
I am offering on my clothing Hamburg to McKenzie Oerting & Co. Agent.
, V den being beaten into insenslbllty. Cincinnati 6, New York 2. port is the logical location. It al V ,

I I Cleared. All of this was brought/owl Jn the Chicago 0. Boston 2. many advantages over Tampa Thiesen Building. Phone 608ELECTRIC

. For Cash Dora Baltea, Ital ss, Flgari, 2601, for testimony introduced by ,'the state, Pittsburg 6. Brooklyn 7. 'ensacolawhich will be made obviousby
t Venice*with additional cargo of 1102 and it: did not take t1,1eJUl'Y long to decIde getting .deep water in the harbor]
V but, you can count hundreds that have tons phosphate rock. the case when charged by the Southern League. and over the bar Carrabelle will have I '

taken advantage tar of the offer anything and secured -. Dunbarmoor, Br ss, Barton 2331 for court about 5'30: o'clock. Sentenceshave Nashville 5, Atlanta 11. the advantage of having through connection -! I LIGHTSRemind I
beyond I'
I' barga'ns Hamburg with 406.079 s ft lumber, not yet been imposed but the Montgomery 3, Birmingham 10. from the northwest and being

ever heard of before. V I 411,327 s ft lumber. "380,707 s ft lum- offense Is penitentiary"one. Memphis 2, New Orleans 8. nearer to the important ports of South you of all other kind of lights. Because they

"Positively none reserved." You' her, 30,166 a It lumber, 618,324 s It Other Cases.' Little Rock-Shreveport rain. America. With the completion of the all of
can take your choice. Former prices:. sawn timber. *" V Several other cases --wire called Isthmian'canal this trade will be developed surpass, Do itnow.

)1<: from $12.50 to $%5.00 now from $850' during the forenoon and set for trial South Atlantic League. through some gulf port and Fans, lights, bells. Everything electrical.
to $18.50. 'I.'I.f during this term and some pleas of V ,Macon 3. August It it ,is our purpose to make Carrabelle :
I VESSELS IN PORT. guilty were heard. Columbia 3, Charleston 4. that: port.'V The harbor is perfectly
Also have full line of the celebrated -
T "Eagle" Shirts "Knot": and "Stetson" 'Stum.hlps.AreJheld. Charles Ryan; charged with assault Jacksonvllle-'Savannah; rain. landlocked and Carrabelle the'town,is PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY'
and battery pleaded guilty to the, a beautiful sIte! for the building of a I
Hats "King Quality"Florsheim andSnow" Ger Buney, 1767 :
f: ss. charge and was sentenced to serve city. The population at present is 502 S. Ba ylcn: St. Phone 570
Shoes other furnishingstoo
and Swopopmund. to Rix M.V Robinson &
t three months in ,jail ,or to pay a fine about 1,590..which will be greatly increased .
to mention. Give (
a Co.
numerous us
of $50 and costs. Ryan was recently within the next few years"
'r August Belmont, Br ss,, Barnes before the justice of the, peace on a REAL l ESTAIE.TRASFER5 The development along 1 the line of .......... .................... ........ ..........

2967, Hamburg to Gulf Transit Co. trifling charge and was exonerated.One the: Georgia, lorida and Alabama:road

call.IS.OOLEMAN Buckminster, Br ss, Hadaway, 1297 of the witnesses gave offense to has already been wonderful, said Mr.' $13 Makes Cool Kitchen all Summer
Faro to Jno. A. Merritt> & Co. him during the trial and .as soon as Williams. It was a rather dreary | j

& Carolina,_ Aust ss. Bartuhch 3079, the case was concluded he proceede! looking prospect nine or ten years ago

' New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. 1o get revenge. v I when he began building the road, but , think t !Is worth that amount to have a kit. .

212 S. Palafox StPhone Cerea, Itai SB, Nalarini. 2791, New Ben Martm alias Ben Young >colored the population has increased more en that is not heated like a furnace. so the good hon.. e- *
York to Gulf Transit Co. pleaded guilty to assau1iand than 50 per cent. in'some o f the counties V ;wife won't swelter and burn tip these hot
727., battery and was fined $10 and costs V I days'S
V Dunbarmoor. Br, ss, Barton, 2331. and prosperity abounds all along
/ I o- to serve, 45 days.Recorders. Following is a Dst of ijhe real estate the line. V '
Mobile to.Hyer Bros. Court. transfers recorded'ygsterdav"report; Tobacco Growing Profitable.Mr. : : Gas $J,50_ a Thousand V Feet V V \

I"r Earlswood, Br. ss, Fayn_ 1840,'.Pt Recorder Laney disposed of twelve! ed by the Pe sat'h41slr| %d Co.: Williams says there is but one ,
I"t' Inglis to J. A. Jferritl & Co. XV.. rds't1 of Gads f
cases in his court yesterday morning. Wr tjs1ee .
THE V future for the country which his V (Makes It.a more;economical fuel than coal and wood at 4V
Elswick Park Br ss. :Mills 20S. Two cases were continued, two defendants den Street Methodist EJ;scopal Church road has opened. To build a trunk line their, present ,prices. The comfort get In acool V
Newcape-on-t'7De: to H, Baars &, Co. discharged, and'two defendants -- \WS of lot 17, an.of lot A8 and the E V you <
through a virgin territory can mean kitchen la in addition to the saving dollars. .. 4Pensmcola
BIG 4 Federica, .Aust ss, Zar 2261, New given thirty days in jail. Jim V of lot 19. block 85, New City, $1. nothing but development said .Mr. V
f" Orleans; to Gulf Transit Company. Rutledge who was before, the' court; W. W. Richards to W. H. Favorite Williams. 4

Glenwood, Br ss, Richards, 1253, upon a multitude of" charges was I lot 7 in section 5, St. John's Cemetery, The tobacco industry is growingand I C
New York, to Transit Co. given a sentence of thirty days in V |30 1
Gulf Mr. Williams says if he were a
{ of today is exemplified Huttonwood, Br. ss. White,2533 St. jail.but sentence: was suspended upon L Mrs C. Lewis to trustees Live Oak young man he would go to Florida Gas, Company :

in the Qualities of the Vincent U Gulf. Transit Co. condition mat ne leave tne city at Camp No. 1; W. O W., commencing at and engage in growing tobacco. It I
Maria: Aust ss, GerolinIch. 257S, once and remain away for one year, a point on W. Intendencia St. 20 ft. sells from fifty cents a pound to five .
: Headache Remedy.BROMOVIN. Philadelphia to Gulf Transit Co. He choose the latter. W. of E line of WU of lot 135-, thence dollars a pound and 1.000 pounds can\ Phone. 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *

V ,Magician, Br ss, Raby, 3271, V Liverpool W. 45 ft.. thence S. '170 ft, thence E. be grown on an acre. Quincy Is the ............................:
t to A..A. Brown t.: Co. The Proper Tenlro. i 45 ft., thence N. 170 ft. to starting tobacco metropolis of the section.I

Westland, Br ss, Granger, %001. Vera Secretary Wilson disagrees with point and being a portion of lots,134 'The Georgia Florida and Alabama established V

f't Quick, Certain, Agreeable Cruz- to F. O Howe. those who say that the eleventh commandment and 135, block 14, Old: City,. $1000 another a line to Quincy more than a SUMMARY BYMML -

..V Prindpessa l.aettla! Ital ss. Monta- is to mind your own bus! considerations month ago;.and it is another thriving
and Harmless. nari, 1747, Tampa to J. A. Merritt & ness. The other day the secretary was G. J. Morgan to McDavidHyer Co: town which promises great 'growth FREE

; 4 i Co. out at dinner with a number of friends. lots 5 to 10 inclusive block 31)). all of The Georgia Florida and-Alabama is THE WEATHER!
- block So, W. King Tract, lots 13 nd _
For Sale by During the conversation he let slip completed to Cuthbert and lines are ,
Shlos. 14, E. King Tract E. of Tarragona St. BOOKKEEPING AND SHORTHAND
surveyed to Columbus and Eufaula.
something which proved to be mighty.. lots 5 to 10. inclusive block 271, New r
White's ,
t Pharmacy Harvest Qu en. Brit shIp. Forsyth.Rio Lanark is near Carrabelle on the The total rainfall recorded in Pen- to CTYE persona In each desiring tat
to the The
secretary un.m :
embarrassing City Tract lots 1,-2 6 7. 13, 15, 16. 17
Jsnl ro to order.Nordstjernnen. line of road and is (being developed as sacola yesterday up to 7 o'clock last personal instruction who wtttua dartclip
: PALAFOX STREET. next day he had occasion to reprimanda %2, 2,3 and 24, ubdivision of b ock 110 and SEND this notice to ethar of
Nor ship 1635. ; a resort. The company will double night was .59 of an inch. The maxi-
; Manufactured by Iraksen La Guayra to W. S. Keyser subordinate who had also'let go of E. of Tarragona St.. $1000 and other : the capacity of the hotel for the comIng mum temperature recorded was 88 degrees '

I j &, Co." V V, V t I something that was to bcr consideredas considerations.Lee season. The place was so popular at 9:30'a. m., while the minimumwas ofDRAUGHON'S
1 G. VAN ANTWERP & SON confidential.The Daniell to F. B. Radcliffe lot 24
:: Barks. with- tourist travel last season that 73 degrees at 11, a. m. On the
:( Mobile, Ala. fgregori Cio Botto, Ital V bk;' 1294. subordinate wondered what the Mock's, E. King Tract $I and other the accommodations were Inadequate.COFFEE same ,date last year the macimum

,' Genoa. to Rossasco Bros. Eleventh commandment''was He had' considerations. temperature wag S3, degrees and the f J144-
t I Gesine Ger bk. Larsen Ham. not even heard the version that it was McDavidHyer Co. to'W., L. Morgan minimum 74 degrees. On that date
1375 .1 Jr., lots, 7. 8, 9 and 10, block 137, E.
;; burg McKenzie Oerting & CoKing V about minding your owsibnsiiess. So there was 1,37 Inchesof rainfalL Observer Atlanta, Raleigh, Columbia
;fi- Malcolm It bk Gun 1233, Ge- the secretary wrote it out-for him:. I King Tract E. of Tarragona St., J509 his daily summary of V Shreveport, Dallas or Jackson
D. W. McMillan to Leslie E. Brooks;I weather conditions Miss.
Ioa to Huges & Co. "Keepyour month shut! -Pittsburg yesterday : .
lots 1 to 6 inclusive bock! 261. New
Lulsa, ItaL bk. 1591. Montano, from Dispatch. "Conditions somewhat
are unsettled fit
MAIti BaccewfoDT
Qty Tract. $1. !te elao toaAb BY
r You Need a Nollotb toinaster.Monrovia. and showery weather-continues In the BEFUJO MONEY, Law Pennuuunlp Arithmetic
Nor bk Trustees Escambia Lodge: No. 15, 1 F.1 Lettei.WritlM Drawing.. CftrtooaicftBnstnesg
,1449. Aase. Ham- We the Pioneer southern states, Utah, the lower lake
order. & A. :2.1.: W. W. Richards E'!I of Jot are :English Banting eto.
burg to -
No 7, Sec.,5, St John's Cemetery 130. region and Maine: showers hare also 27 CoUem in IS Stktea. '$OO.000.OGCapitaL
Port Sonoclan. Uruguay bk 1112, Coffee Roasters of bu5'.
Charcoal! occurred .in Minnesota and upper 1 7 yew1 success. Indorsed
t Thin"Coat Ferres, Montevideo,to German American Michigan. Heavy rain has fallen in lieN melL No va'atton:enter any time Write
1 !;br. Co. YOUR LIVER.Is West Florida.UUGH'SBIENDS. fop eata1olr, POSffialS teure4 or.IitV assist
northern Florida and:Arunsa.s/ancf In MtJST Dorderto BomeSw41 FEEL
V Spero Nor. bk. 623. Bostlg, Las We Have just received a out of order.' You go to bed in a parts of Virgin! !*. rttftnmr tb1l8"IdMJ'fto! .
Palm*. bad humor and get up with ar bJd: < "Temperatures acre ftlxjuty our special!Home Study Offer&&e
Stranger Swed bk, Anderson, 485 very fine stock and will deliver taste in your mouth. You_ want below the nermaLWind5 la general continue, inth. tmblish&ls'You r

it. For Sunnier Loreco Marques- to' Southern Stated I orders promptly .in'any: something to stimulate' yourXl lver. 7 a. m. In nCiriy .all. sections were of lightat the
Lumber Co. Just try..yerbir.e, the liver regulator. country. -
I S hoonera.I amount j' A positive cure for Constipation Dyspepsia I IV Ought Usea
: Donna fChnst'na-Am! .8Ch. McLeod, and all liver compla'nts. Mrs. "Conditions are tavb-raWe' lor local
;;, I [ ; 363. have no equal. )\trial showers ,
Telephone with :
variab'e winds in this
if There's nothing better than a 165, Belize, FFt.. Worth. Texas writes: Fay-Sholzs I
skeleton Blue Serge. NHne'used Herbine In my: familyfor nil I convince the con section ton zht .:lI Wednesday.."

I. FOR SALE. SEWELLWoodand years Words can't express what that I IIt
i l: Its comfortable when youcouldn't A lot 'of finc. milch! ,- cows from the I thnik about it Everybody in my we Typewriter
Hlrtchkovitz dairy at Warrmgton: household are happy and well, and we make
%;:,' bear to wear any other Coal Company no extravagant Is simple,easy to operate.light ramie Spowerful
Turton A McMillan._ owe it to Herh'ne.- manif older, makes but fcttto noi'c- ,
kind and the cost Is small. claims. does nice clear- nt work.the key action never
tires there are BO greasy rods or bearing ;
CREW NOTICE. The Breodia Ewp. to keep clean soil the bands or work. Event
i We are carrying a few of the Neither',the captain own it K 1m ray-Snoles Typewriter is handsomely fin
Whatever breed Is chosen
nicest ever You'll ers nor- consignees of thE: Wholesale and RetailG'R'OGERS durable and fully guaranteed.V I I
you saw.
a' be selected on on
: I'SVThC portant that the e've purchase a Pay-Sboles Typewriter
be surprised to find that such Itl ,ss Princlpessa Laetlt; her merits. She j-boad! not be less for cash or on easy paymentsothet e take
will be responsible for debt typewriters in exchange as part pay .
excellent qualities and fine .fltV contracted;V by, the crew of said vessel ,Starching That than two( years old. so as to have plentyof J-o ReguUr, SorNo correspondence model. : machine with cloth either cover. I

ting garments can be had at tao _. MONTANVRI. Captain. Makes Shirts milk to bring the lambs along rap- .box of tools and aa complete instruction book tot
prices we offer. J. .A. MERRTTT & COV Consignees. Wly.. She should, not.jEs a rule. be SIOO.00 on easy payments of SIO,00 down,
and all kinds of Feed aDd S2.SO -noiaterMt
fromThe Star all .
Laundrystan&theV over six years old and by means : J9000 payable J22JO down aDd> b
__ Every 'man should have cna CREW NOTICE. hot' weather so have a perfect mouth. She should be Stuffs.Pinto ,V i30 63 and 90 days-no interest
;J of them. See our duck pants Neither;the captaIn. own_, welL The Shirts we dup short legged and targe bodied. with a V JSiCO open to account.responsible parties on 30 days

a ers nor consignees of the Itl.4 keep their shape and clean face and a bright eye. She {83,30-Cash with Order.
i and white vests. QualityIs beautiful white A Fay helea
bk.Paolina'wUl! be responsi] pearl and Typewriter wiUbe KDt,1Ipoe
should have sizedudder
a. !what counts in every purchase! ,be-for! debts contracted bJ:r coorlongest We do all a good WaterWholesale request.individual to any reliable
eww :
sound teats. It Is not the largest or
V ;you tuke here. the crew'of'said: vesseL kinds 'or 'laundry work that always th \.best lambs.8 .- '. ccraera. anywhere .
bring .at
SICASDI. Captain.MASTER. .' well Not only men's our ex "
Woodward; In American Agricnltar pease for a ten
Consignee. shirts and collars but &YI'fr'eetrialtoprOYe
y ladies dainty lingerie as 1st. and RetaiL I its worth.

.CREW NOTICE.. well. -- --. -'- V I I address Your name VII aDd

H. 0. ANSON 'Neither the captain owners Fcrorrr; Fiction-'fltder.... ./ I bring_enr
V th; The Star. SteamLaundry. I booklet&IId.ample
nor consignees 0 -
'a Fiction has decreased la popularity New Orleans Grocery Co. J
Carolina" will be re
bg of two color
V sponslble: for debts contracted Imong. users of the public library In :*b.: Ita_... writing.FayShales. .. $ csIDCt
CASH! CLOTHIER the District of Columbia for while Mrs. WlaWliy buBbm&d .'allC4
oy th? ,crew of said vessel. gets up pn
O' V BARTULICH, 37 E- Saroan *t. Ph nt 114. darioc the last year the circulation has V Jas. McH gh mHo : .. Majestic 8II diJ14. C1Iic35O'! <<;/
eoutr Filafoi and Kilo. V Mrs. .Moe-Wh&ts Be dOlq'DOW'
P.col F
I GULTT TIUXSIT CO.. Captain increased 27 per cent the proportion or ,
V Mrs. Wla-Trytag to rasa,'how IMS
CTLros.V Action has decreased coal: 105. Proprietor. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
l. : ft -$,.'.,V _12jer Phone color to Kt tlit_rent. :" 204 West< Bay Strett'Jr -
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