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.,
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v. : ill.


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Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Be i **I Nee10 n twenty lh e from Wi- le y
Co tries. u om en +..wm.nt to a day. In "aS to have 1 l I I I1ai I
Snehbors nd toof the de. , -.been -Mss KIlson's adviser and
ST" y bronmght hm to J sa t there is evidence to shw that II
SOLMDIR MASSO %. Wllteftbfo. Irn" dlta& PI i *.i he oo0paned her to a IocaI I RAFTSMA !I
OLDI:ERS MASS tEkmnlr-utaays ,e.t, am--am, 1#. bank yesterday when she had *."* Y..(1
Smow why be did it. te is a tw Ti hed a drt for more thanlll
.l -n ative of fwedea ad Is belleTv. tw ty-s handed dollar*
ed to Be an-nma M sat ard Wt her. I
On Iundry and Serious Cth *IsNO i ? f O WED

a, ... N h ri| TO W ITfI DRAW C"RI. J'- T-osCUlS.J f
INI&TEJR cOMGU ORE DtO Igpgj Pat uE-tf' tla
TO PROTECT AMERICAN INTER. By Aseated Press- y Blle a IL raftman- who -
sT8s-PBACE THOUGHT TO Washington, July 1L--An iA nlaetion has idor y-rs hled the tier of 91
was I sEN REACHEOs W u ai ed today. by Justice Wright of __ KII Br. -
AVE BEEN R C the District of Oolumbia supreme court Nt Wt t Now Orleans July M -The report S While 0der l *** '
restralninl United 8ft1 Treasurer that one cue of veller wr develop- f .
special to The. Jeln.l. Treat from payiOg toLer mltfd U w ed on Jane at drowned. Prt.e who bave bees
Sates smetor Matthw Ca. tter, of t m arhn or maem bre tau e to .,nd u*
Washington, D. C., iuly 11.--B.I South Carolina, seventylve thousand twety4ve les twasmade any trae exept h elethi on the Ci
'.ities between Salvador and GuateI dollar a portion of the fee allowed By Asoclated Press today by the state of health. By Aaeociated Press side of the river. c
ca!a have broken out anew on the for proseeutin suits against the Unit. Paris, July 11.-Paul Morton, presl- The patient i now wel Beattyville, Ky., July 11.-Curtis Jett aly, wit' another ra'tem and
)order between those countries where ed States and obtainlg. Judrmeats in dent o0 the Ilnltable I .o te here -Dr. Iron, president of the board has at the afternoon session at the trial of started Thueday at noon efrm Pine uafi
peace was supposed to have been e favor of the Cherokee nation. Okeely going oyer the French insece situa- notled the health 0 of Texas Judge Hargis and former Sheriff Ca- r n the river wt h a r a yea
e& Martin, attorneys, sought the i- tman, conferred at length today w:th h t an, took the strand nd said: After r t a shot distance, a row city
.b!hed pending settlement oft the unction to prevent the treurer from Adr McCormick. Alabama and Mishls syl g that to o bott, wsiih wa tied on behind the p
[roi 'es. p Paying the attorneys fees for which Porty-ve days remain before the close watch will be s on Place p Marcum at, caught on a snag t ad broke the beee
.paying therematnrteyeto wfortwhichonaA eral cnaes and was my birteroeeemy
.Minister Combes, who was on his appropriation was made on the last law is effective by which the com- for developments, but no anxiety Is and I am the man who killed him. pe, haan upon the ana. Bailey
rar home, has been ordered ock to' day of congress until their terest in panllies must invest the French prem- felt over the situatloi. He then told of the assassination, treted the a na to so ahead
tatemala City to keep the Unit4 the fees is recogalsed. This r lus in French secure or wth- The health board take action agreeing with the description given b he
ates advised and to protect Ame-. ~made the orlginial contract with the draw. Mr. Morton has not yet decid-
ndianates advised and to protect Amer ed, butndcations ont to the with- against the physician fNr failure to re-e J. wen. He suddenly lost re. M tsn of ewenr e h
Imemorytattthesmatt crucialcmonent. was walo1not eeik towards the n boat the
in interests. ler was a member of it. A dmurrer drawal of the Equitable from the Seld port the case sooner. Cmo ah's Attorn daoment was weine tiek towards the boat met
Salvadorean and Guatemalan troops to the bill of complaint was filed on be- and to smilar action by other Ameri- says J a beastely drnk and was intention to et the boat e
ave been massed near the boundary half of the treasurer and the hearing can companies, thu brin'ing up the s. attempt will be made to get him to Tuesday night the other raftman e
f the two countries for some time will go over until fall. question whether the government re- T repeat his onfessibn tomorrow having seen nothing of Baey, tied up T
ni serious clashes are expected, but even areer the American companies I the raft at Molino, and we back ao
Armistice seemed tohave been n r f have wlthdrawA. ... ..m a-- w- -h-- i acacint for him, teaing that ome the
veed on and M olvador announced PI i l 1 1 i n 1 I .IbLr Joined him in the search, cen
f r appointment of a special envoy toL purt oaehm the sph we so
ashinrgto to present her positi -. boat had hang on (he sa, hi Guatemala had ow ,.ned bittr-* I l1 cloth .was found. The boat had rev.
uto the Us w e' bttr I b.44W bA loose ad drlted down the $14
,.dr fg t T m ,river. 7 do p
Salvador's at n ta TI is feed that in swimedag toa U
evolutionists. wards the boat he was either caught gat
'in some thick undergrowth or else the
R S.. was unable to swim through the very
U A.IAL JSe Parik Was Convt Af. drowned. Parties were still searching a

BADLY INJURED -ter r All Day ilHearig, of :
New Yok, .rer Judge Larc of Hog. : All Parties Arrested in Conection n
HOUNKIN, WHO WAS SHOT YEi 'Alton B. Parker, in a statement today With K illing* lf ampoelll NU1 In
TERDAY, IS IN A SERIOUS took ssue withthe oy one case was tried In the U.
CODITION retary of War Taft In his speec h at a i c h iS i alw t ry Discharged ro
CODirTION. Greensboro, N. C., last Monday, de- SWift & CS. BrInch- Is asina court yesterday, Judge a
declaring the secretary sought to have .. e preselding. It consumed tne co1l
the public draw the inference that the I11 f A Ste e day, being placed on trial in 48
By Associated Prea. recent prosection of alleged illegal the forenoon and It was late in the treSaturday nit
Sevastapool, July 11.-The condt- ombna one was due to new ataes. afternoon before the .Jury concluded last SlarlJu 11.-eOn Wasudas nrge 4 bal*

Sacut. The would 11.-The odi- obl nton was d t w stt e and pCarrolled m eats in codf theorags eort charged with the Iareny of Juertce Jomhson lcand l eoneof ha a Astr Pre
aon ofr who hid in theounkin, whose He quotes his letter aoePtae and poeson and he will be ho and the verdict of the witnesses could swear as to ho e g Jy .-Oe

et l at the admiral while he was trhed tfs morni in ghe reooder's jr wa gly a charged. It was the fatal shot the prisoner was dis- unur5hea'ily armed men took :d. bee
kl wan in the garden aof his vlto a speech lubequntlythere i P P alleged that Prker, wo resides some charged. Pearon a nero from D ty heri T
cl.apt ht not been ape. ended T e e f The cae w that of JMseph Parker thed A. K. CU eR1ll on W I e e sthdrem

whi h he sa- d nd e lwlw oo hlr e dre ed ndero rresbo yesterday an a preriminary hearing ahece adte 4ead ho
io part o the charge wn o mals where man, who was before the owners and Johnrnion and wer ce also discharged for en hidg nd a bet
a alft wo d s d o visited n hi s possession, pland he will bthe somtraced to is, and although verdict ofth the lack of evidence. Their screams bought their aed wit
o hn eTB sId tried tis morning in the recorder's ws. g1 r. ... the fatal shot the prisoner was d.s- waineboro, Go.. July 11.--e ril0
deat the admiral while he was Jlys to rov as dr L t wa hed h irme n

II:IIEII aoLe taIt t fo Thererrs thoeer resstea e fara tdefnda It e e defendant lo torte whee wepres Rleney t hios romk e, Sherf T

V. BLANCHAlrt VETOa MEASn nt they arrest wastelehoned the ciy healt o i y. o a En t Beverley and Lucius Fields three miles from ths pac re

V. BLANCHLIRO VETOESI M4EAS. I lilI-iI1 1 they telephoned the city health on!- gilty, of Ozark, and Monroe, of Forla, pro "ti, ed.

ln llIURE APPROPRiATiNG $ 0a cear and he visited the cold stor-age C carrying Concealed Weapons. ecuted the case. Ru ell MdIas deofe_ ;d
UR APPOPR4AT (10, || yU plant and viewed the meat and pro-. CArles Minto appeared before the by Attorneys Pace and E]py, of Do- ...
FOR MEMORI--., nounced it bad!y tainted and uni cort and entered plea of guilty to than, Lee of lumb, and Balley n McKINNONVILLE .i
oonsamption or to be offered the chare of carrying concealed Braswell, of Flor'a, while W. C. Mon-' 17
SInueately afterwards the in'pe- weapons, having been caught in the roe acted as prosecutor. L82,
By Aooate P Ps w i -- t proceeded to the polete, station act. The Judge sentenced him to There have been no other arrests in
Baton Route, IA,. July U1.-over- s where afdavlts were made charging dre three months at hard labor and connection with the affair which seems ail to The Journal. th
o Bancard ton t s d ta with eavingtlteMat
4ad vetoed the Vicksburg Oamhment la aserv eddr the a ternooa. $100 and costs and in default errq On Thursday morning last two attended the picnic at Gateawood on
e, appropriati a one hdnred tuo- ., Manager Carroll was before the re- another three months. houses were destroyed by fire and the tm o were. r abl ltto pr
13d do' ars to erect a woonma to eorer some weeks ago upon the same R orders Csourt contents of one was an entire s. and Mes s a 8. a oCallm and s
fedcrate soldiers. The folow og x lationI, care d was then eed $1 and dge e on eleven ter the Ae Mr. who lived in e M Ah Waer a d,
Iweh is f t r e twac pe fendats before him in the muwWcirti the house w brned fra t searched Mrs. amp Perry, of Gulfport Ms. wa
Mile how uW Ice a moraft for tna the ashes s .ome re ns of a heavy Ie of AtiWe ha
Yi E .LEC I N r.Cto.: MANY- KILLED h- e sma.Hest number to cone sinc-overed tunk, but no trace of t l, are sag r e, Mr.
AT ..'.,IMIAMN To- Conmer : 9 .p for t onanymo gforthecouldbe, the supposition b frou. de no d
AT DefUNIAK The1 ies IAND INJURED .wa. Mr. fdReyno*d n c
State ANten Two defenta were that the house was roed some tme jus returned from a pleasan
mt eve t. eB o pet dsharged, one case continued, one during the ht before the re oc- visit to relatives at Pleasant Grove. ter
,, T, a o t- pet ddf1atW gIv n thirty days in j'. curried and that the trunk was carried re Hnry Iur, o ea
.ta b u to Govew.ei uurv.laA*--u--aoff."
De, F!I7&- p '1tt 7 t the l W it Yl I u .. -- Aoeo l4ted Prs and aea *oa4 to o$19 lmpasej. off leMS 8te ns ade
i.CD. July U.-t the c ity ele7. Ift o1 4dvwri nd of 6eS c t .l N. T ly 11.-4eur r The Covington County School Con- DiSo ofM reireen, Ala.e are the o
a aterd. or. e. D eP. Hery o 7 *3 Ito W i bs aeedy k.ed'd venulon .met at Florala aSGtrday, ad .sas o d of veirgmnt, Aa.," rJe Bathe A
el against 51 for Mr. ELH. lThmrtSber.n, %V m k day. Only a few outof townM le low. . Jf
i lkfwkih*meat,& imow~aA-f- Aa4t~t finn alklam low.. I KNOW



iftg t Wuk f ts l
hpr as thing Past
Fiscal Year.


UN His 3m limpda&L

NDtN UMAy 31.

ayor Obes. H. BUs last night sub.
ted his first annual report to tg
r Council as chief executive of te
r-The report &I a l nay e*a
covers in detail the work of the
lous departments for the fiscal
r ending May 31 including the
's financial condition at that
iod, the improvements that have
n made and those in contemplation
I report In part is as follows:
Mayor's Annual Report.
The Honorable Board of Aldermea
Mty of Pensacola.
sntlemen:-.n accordance with
City Charter, I herewith trans-
to you my annual report for the
r ending May 31st, 1906, together
h the reports of the different otty
Comptro'lers R port.
lhe report of the Comptroller
ws that the estimated rvevmes of
city were $142,171.75, to wibch is
ed an increase in estimate of 1U-
sea of $3,000.00, and from other
rces $1,800.00, making a differ-
e in estimate and actual casn
rted over of $3,43.39, or a total
enue of $170.816.04 of which
S,809.74 bw been appropriated
ring unappropriated (e2,006.2S
espeded approyrtlatlns aggre-
e $41,169.57, which leaves cash In
treasurers hands of $48,811.83.
Tax Collector.
'he report of the Tax Collector
ws that when he took charge on
e 8th 1905, he had charged against
1 $13,224.26. The personal uncol-
ed at the end of the fiscal year
09.76 and the taxes on realty
Dunted to $06.93. errors, Insol-
des and double assessments
uinted to $2,564.40. At the begin-
g of the fiscal year the amount
r-ged against the Collector amount-
to 516,128.6 of thise there has been
ected $1035,26.57, of which $5.-
68 represents back taxes and lan
et on previous years, learaving a
ance to be collected on the 1st of
e of P17,314,94.
Tax Assessor's Report.
he report of the Tax Assessor
ws an increase In 1906 over 1904
real estate values In round num-
* of #3,000,000.00, and in personal
es of over O1,000.000.00, whdle
road sad telegraph companies have
n increased less than #200000.00.
he total figures of the exact in-
ase shows $4,356.37.00.
Treasurers Report.
'he report of the 'City Treasurer
ws that the Interest and Staking
id for the year had been credited
h $22,561.49, of whidh a balM e o.
D.49 remained unexpedd. Th
ce Fund showed a credit of 44,-
79 with an unexpected balance of
15,541 the Fire Futmnd showed a
lit of $48,047.30 with an unexpead-

balance of *011 ,171i4.o, =0 N
id showed a .credit of 40,776.01
h a over draft of $4,5074S, the
jeral Fund sbows a credit of $87,-
.13 with an unexpended balance o
City Clerk's Asper
be report of the 4Cty Cerk show
t he has collected fm varos
races the sum of $3,791.17 during
year. He hMs imued 4M1 burial
mits, 327 excavating permits a
building permits n the fire district.
no building permits are Issued out.
e of the fire district, ere is no
y of knowing how muh building
been one. IThe Board of Public
frks Me already recommended that
Idhig perants be required for all
Tidings in the City, and when this
lone, more dedunite data in the mat-
may be bed.
rhe Clerk's report further show
t the white children born during
year number 226, and the colored
n number 174, making a total of
children born during the year.
Police Department.
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,"Well, you see, I want to and out how musk that share of buckshot weight
that was put into me this mesning."

when yem wee weighed only last even.

Hie Partner "I really never heard a better apewh in my yiil ucrh a
wonderful low of"- .
Heos greatt Se.ti That reminds me-'ve left the baithrsesm tap at hom
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to ue.

Re-It, lnorae' ist bum-
He Oh, nothing. I. was merely
thinking how cottuqtad ad happy you

Visitor-Do you Swe any dl~ .l y ;i
getting servants? '
Hostess-None whatever. WE v' I.:.
ten different ones in the lust mon -.i


"Wale Hair Re-tevr my hair w
oau and .f.bbw.

Taking Him Down
do you do, Mr.
Pompus (frigid-
ly) Really--er-
you have the ad.
vantage of me--
Brightley Ap-
parently I have.
Tourmanmes are
as bad an you'd
have me believe
yowr memory to

An Impetus,
"I didn't think
he'd fan In love
* with MIs Match-
- maker."
"I think he was
pushed. Hermoth-
r di 1LV.-

After ug It for eM week
beesomi mansd oauy.

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He-I hope you
Ik. the dI. 4ear.
he Tea, its
very g6od-for a

rdumb water
can't ,talk, but
neither, for that
matter, M can a
speaking tube.

FerOt GelOehs "The monotony
*oesed Qeldesh. "But, my deah
I* i te ewimr,

of this life Is terribleO.
boy, is it no compensation to know that one

Addresds to Him.
"I never heard a
more disgusting
Incendiary speech
thA old man
Brown made this
"Whfos old man
"The old fellow
I work for. He
said, 'See here, if
you don't do bet-
ter IT1 flre you.'

A Wise Child.
Papa Tommy.
you mustn't eat
so much. Every-
body will be call-
Ing you a little
glutton. Do you
know what that
Tommy-I sup-
pose It's a big
gtoutton's little
Time to Pay Up.
Mr. Slangy-He
hasn't paid his
funeral expenses
Guess Again -
His funeral ex-
"Ye-es. Ain't he
a dead one?"

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,-,...\ .. im. Yes,. ._.1r mPnIIal .tp.U Some wmen iidthty.s
Alderan ,-.2 Re, : w 4 tt B.M t tth .tow whol,_s-i Verl II or foAr yean, and It ras Se a du
#' ^as a comp|mnie that the ot et tartjy imught clothes here But
.;d.. b\.M he eoaeIsatd, or el*e he woula even with an wriita ch can, hower, be c, b tak
Scoe bacik for the balance. iuulatloa they are grow-
L ,. ':- J. J .Aldermean cam"- ia believed that Pew ta ler to s mbei. They
... wECTTS Tw AW as entiUtled to 30 ys h was entitled are In a mlnotky now. WINC
^i ^ ^T ;~ Ao sall hsiatped.*b 4t dd not seethat. That is why Pensacola is *iom
STHE '.TI u coALcM he < d ad ely e. generally conceded to be
enceisl .Aldem Watson vored granting o the "oo dress- O
'W xle on~ have ace rts a limined sal,.the claim as he did nat beflveInf lr-. eM." We can St any man
We only have a certain att ANNUAl. M W l D hag a man withMt a hearing& while or boy at a very small .
of energy at our disposil.", Aldrans M gh o believedIn lea gost. Don't believe us
f r-FOUR O N--t-ANOS the Uatter go to the courts unless you want to. but ww i
DO YOU TH4NKT Mayor DBles took the Soor against just give us a chance to The following Is the report of the
the granting at the payment o the prove t. fance committee of the Board of It quickly relieve the pan
Think to-day what a dWer The City Counl im, answ a of e' oaty ombsoers, bowng the s forgetfulness, finti dlIM
erthi" n comfortable, light, the h, a m men. He held that Dew was a daY & bl s t waterd.e oee su tide f caIa t
Fresh and i-n per"t tage. b M be a W hite & N ex *s***tir atat nadht& N
No matter where yeou o or ei foro anstrgoetints wr aO Alderman 'Alemberte then amend* I IIT General Fund. & .nIst 1.( lM .
what you do, we have y tern with T. Chakly *.a g ed h par the T ola I T 0 . faRcSi, oupenerad und ssss s SSass a
requisite in the realm, of t ,-ane y Bs at $M6 p oo1. W. 1s a t... 6-Pday.- co
o put ou peacetract th s h.L T m. e. .m t a the ay t ad tour a r. PHON .. .... .00 a .
self the weather and the wthe city hall. several new 0 s n.s The ri o m option t r e a olltow the Se .... t ook.. ........ 14.00
S PR CEwere ouced; our- orwla -- us pas.s .laim Ve p .t tae vote SIn e t .e. -t d Mben OwD. amer .... o18.00 1'0 InS.SS
20 PER CENT O OW A.LL t; the mayor's amaial relbrt heard Wev n m a lsr -_. ; d K uD. Be dJmade v
,c,-THINGTH+8 W4sthen -m on a ws a n that mt 'l d it e tI S. PALAimX ll. corit .. ........... as : l sa ,,
txqamm ten Mayor Bl p rs !r-Wand eartheV" stMt be t of Pablicl .H R P. eee, Ronty attorney ,. 7 I. ,0
..--- Ald..rae. Chahn .riste. -Bia syl- w. trt te Mr.Dw to appear for trial - Dr. M .SMHan, county physt. -
evtoerte, Maura, MOnruh. Reilly, Ria. at on" c lSS1 .SA S 0 .. .... .. ....... 4.
-n shaw Watson Wriglht and TYo were .! rria commliei. n. i SM Iten r s, rpjing
Present a were aso chairman Green C an~ Cahn of the tachise i CiebO Sf. .olk, .... .... .... .00 SCHO LS AN
of the Board atof B d Truso and committee reported upon several st-. J. E. Hoti ja jtor .. .. 60.00 -
Uu T E UL Chairman Zelus of the Board oat Pub- t AS t o the ordinan l adg ra&C t a Scst N6u% A.ent.. .H y 0ller Acostlunacy
He Works. rigt of Way for a railroad track along ______...._._.._._..__._____
Board of Bond Tru tees. Oarde street, the committee tated I. White 1 9rmacy, drugs.... 1.45
thli it was opposed to 0e. utse of Jao.I& Pinney, clert circuit
S_ .~bh regular order beats M ie as ea fm on that street and would sub. l t .. .. .. .... .. .. 54.90
-- - ,suspended, after the mlnautes had mUit ap handed orlninace. H*e com |P Pe1aDsoo Water Co., water .. 23.2 E
SA een approved, and reports at Chair- mittee further stated that it Intended UU J. C. Van elt for Janitor at A HICH
U man Green of the Bor t o lf* d to hold a publc ettng et week a ... .... .. .... .. .. 15.00 -
... Truste hWard. TheU was a ,on- Do te strat ,car end patter, ad etric ght Co., hte .... 81.9
The white barbers, formerly of traet entered Into between the city and Ms m Bo oe, tatoer, ... 4.15
S Palatox St., are now located at No R. C. Storrie for the sewerage ad tered could be obtained the oamt New Pblah Co., -
I E Government St., next to Wqster om in ldf tr to 1h .WltlOV te te ld subl it itspprt fA ery.. .. I .. .. .. .. 4.5. 4.60ton
Union bond of the otuwtratWr for $13,000. Spelal Commieee V B eswner, supplies county a loca
OSCAR E. M.AURA, contractt which the board had tond ttestated that the coty commis- Wet a Maret, t . .10
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. necessary. Upon motiona mayor toers had agreed to pay behalf the lG. W. Borrow, btlnk ....... "9.50 ." come
saks. 1,.,s ad S --OW-18 q06,b sod SOlo. was atheorled to ilg* the d sntraft Ma rental of three beds in the hospital, to RF. U, N hesen, costs inquests3 .00
12 E. Government St. P.O. Sex1064 the part of the ey. be used jointly. and to be paid for at IL & W. B. Drew Co., blanks 4'
The mayor was authorized to have the rate of $1,060 per year. 1W. J. & B. Forbe, suppHles .50
COTTRELL, the. contract recorded. The N Ordina A. Wker, supplies, ... ... 3.1
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. of who should be the cwuodlan e Unsalaelou obent wah 'rnt Al- MDavcK" er o., wood, .. *05
Pensaeola, FIa. contrFet after they are eore was dean Cahn to introduce an ordl. Henry 8. White stationery .. 1.00
ATC HSAT dr ad Lt ,. ecined Wo'es, lcks.., 400
...- K.. W i, w ndscaed, bt t ready nance pror ding for the draloase and I.- l& who ilam ..^pers .. H.7
ATCHES AND CUT GLASS Chairman GreeW bAbitted a sewerage system and It. construction. I I S u din w .l .. 4o.0 l a
omethin Swell In Gold Jewel contract with T. Calkly Hattep as It was read the fArst time and upon mo. Wicke & Co., work county 10toly d My
A. Gahlenbeok, 2118. Ld engineer-l-ehlet of the imprete1 nt tion was rea the second time and re. -W Jal,............ .. ... 10.74
work, with compesatlon at 5 per eont. ferred. it called for the conmence- A. V. Obbs, work county
of the money tpeaed. It was als meat of the work on 0 -cober L. This e s a -ten forty ja .. .. .. .. ..x..m.... We'l.l aDi' t I w_ ml
TURTON BELL. adopted. caused consderble ccnment as the yeaftr ~ some trace o.t' his fami.y. Mt a... 0 dm terea
Sen. In regard to the otrator the city vared In ediate e m a n o No ne Pt tCo ...
hall, Chalhman Green stated that he demraan Wrght took the positlem that tltrd stree, Brooklit, N. Y.has Joh Kennedy e ra g .
c R. K. WHITE, was not yet ready to make a full re- It would be October let before thecon. fo nd i sme, who a prosperous bus- tie.. ...... ....-.... 00
.chiniker. M30 eatenn t er. e ainawsto port, but the board had dqded t6 tractor could get all material here. ess man -New Orleans. says the j & Mjam. -0uty tres-
r .a.P r.Ps award the contract to Chas. Turner. Other aldermen believed It .wuld be jacksonvie Metropolis. unty t .. 57
Upon motion of Al.erman YsT ge the dangerous to dig up the down-town Volkspan came to this country from w J sott, uperv.or rek ha d
T crs ly Told board wa s Instructed to enter n to the artf the city at th ehe wa o age I o .. .. .. .. . 500
y contract. year, but thought it would be all right and settled in Pens4colK Fla. After a T. B. M ker mules 46000 BT IT 10
Alderman Reshaw,vrislag to a point to Coamence in the upper portion. married life of two ears the il Van t rans
W AX B!ount, Jr., returned yeste. of lIftormation, asked how the bids Aldermaa -Rethaw thought It might MWr egan sad ie t 1 ed1 t tuc lu waetls .1
av from New Htven, Conn., wer he were Invited, whether Ahe lowest haA bi prejVdical to the health of the com- active service. .tlee of.the ,. g illoerts taxcollector0.. .4 -
Mon(!ed the Yale commencement es- to be accepted. The mayor replied minalty to dig up the old muck down war he returned to his former home A. Van Pelt, S. erle.. 8U
ere s that they were for the lowest and best town. but believed that by the time the and was astonished to lear that he A. X. Avery, per diem .. .. 6.00
The custom house will hereafter bidder, and the ty reserved the right material reached here the cold weather was s to b dead and that his W. Beatt, per diem .. .. 6.00
e on Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m., to reject any an all bids such was would be near enough at handed, wth a on born twomonth after Andrew, per diem and
i persons having vessels to lear or MSed advisable New Ordinanom. he went to the war, had long before mileage .. .. .. .... .. 13.20 eN
:ter on that date should bear thIs in The rea ors norrf bu ase w Alderman Reilly Introduced an ordi. left Pensacola and waa almost forgot- j. A. Wiggin, per diem and
1i1d.n a oI henresul ode r :binreas nance pro1vidft for the declaring of ten there mileage .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.40
ro Hal. Moreno of Palo Altothen resumed, and Mayor Blss red all places where stagnant water forms Then began the search that has just J. R. Stewart, per diem and
ant. "orn oUn ier-ity, o the Leans parly ts arom he e t o al do ametbu ts, pwoper condition in five days by the find to do. Volkman traveled from one County judge's pay roll, Mo*tesA
antord university, which was partly It was a lengthy document, but waowners after 6t tn, tht the city state to another, always making in- lncy c ......... 12.00
destroyed by the California earthquakelistened to with interest by thealder- do the required work, and charge the quiries and following up every clew E. F. ce, examining a-
is in the c!ty on a short visit to his. men and others present. The report me against the property It was he could find to his missing family. ti .................. 2.00 .
native, Wm . Anderso.n.. will be f nd on another page in a- rad the r rt Bad second time and e. A. M. McMillan, transcript of
Robert H. Parker, les manager of.m its entirety. Th report was ferred. He also Introduced an ordi.-- MAR W records .... ..... .083
h' Southern Clay Manufacturing Co., celved and fled.,.. nance prodidng for the Inspection of UMMAK E. W. Peake, work ...... .. 194.00
SChattanooga, Tenn., manufacturers The nance CommI.,ttee- ... electrical wires and clharging a fee for ,. .. ....F. R. Pou, burial pmprs .. 38.50
)f itrfled brick, is in the city in the Chairman Reiy submitted a reort ame. It was read and referred to the 8. M. Gonzale, service ... 265.00
int.rIest of h! firm, an was present covering several matters, among which committee on general o nance. Fine and ForfeIture Fund.
:'w n!ght at the meeting of the cliv were old tax certmeate. ,oine o Thi-rd Red. Geo. H. Davle, feeding con- ^
. acyor Bliss Is now receiving appli- hion of the water man fom alr ha engrossing committee reprd f.e- lntwthsd the fat- e ot.C ..aPetco.sin on i
arts f1r the position of oficial dog tenth avenue to .lghteenth avenue vorably upon the ordinance granting that it I nearly the mde of "Ju.y. cott M. L ottin, s onvi.tos.... .
arther, which ofee is shortly to be which they recommended be granted the Pensacola Gr~ery Co. the rlIht to Yterday the mi mum was 2 de- C Vot P. elt, ,onv crtson 105_00
.j by appointment. As yet no one the employment of a deputy tax -o." construct a pp.r track on Jefferson urn, w min 73 de- .. Van el .f.. nI
'me party will be named by the end be paid 5 per cent. of the amounts he an ordinance providing that all side. y on th- same d t the m--,m- J. R. La Prm, criminal costs 1.20 __________
i "he present week. may collect, and also a warrant or alk on Garden street, between Tar. a's 1degre., thek m n 7 I Ndleln, criminal costs 26.17 I
Mrs. A. L. M.Clre, whose little son .6,000 as interest on the- bond mone raon an prin streets, be twelve ", wth -- an Inhr l ". I-Ienr BNelinger, criminal 17.33 1
l*,,ntlv app;red at the lire t Unit ae tMo r ad o o "r r l1 yarterd .d; er .... 58 The.G
ad been turned out of home by hist ed over to te proper one rts. The r er month: and the ord yace p .ro haid- re Gu at e and aen e y, cs... .10 1'-
potits ae r el o t o Aacosts -.. lo9....D..............
nid suys that she was very much sur. -,-*I.._ ... ,ws. d w acd back uon, Its nd se d..v.Y high over daho and low over -----"- . -----------9. I 559 i IK

'"rid when she heard of the report -"* w C.m., reIding and slightly amended. All the southwest. scattered showersand W. ,' ..It rimi.a. cots 10410
nd publication of it She says she is Chairman Reilly of the committee were passed with but few disenting thunderstorms contne in the cotton Vanielt, criminal costs \5
dt im" ti ofId.Sh esays she bIelt ., .. m crimin.l coSt.. 9.75 ttnw-
vei much devoted to him and Is do. submitted a supplemental report dea'- vot es belt and hive been quite general rom -o IL ..dBrde ,und i \ co
ig everything possible to raise blh Ing with the claim of J. A. Daw.for Alderman DyAlemberte gave notice Virgla and nsylvania northeast Jas Majors work convict '
po y 44 days pay, Mr. i0w alleg4g that he that he would Introduce an ordinance wrd; ers have been heavy .... ....... 43.60
. box car, loaded d$ been suspended by C Ir=an at the nt meeting giving autortv In scattered localities from southern e Ptts, work convict camp 54.00
.. b .xcalt s ate Zelfus some month snuce, ad construct a" pur track across 6o;. l ouisiana eastward to the Atlantic, R .1Brat wo orcon ict
r04k'. which was bef switbeed to one th h h he 14 endeavored to secureandaInthe New ]agknd Sttes, The.
of the wharves by an r y h ~e enne to so. he den street. after which the meeting .and I he New ngland states. The camp ..........
....e -,ywai,,Om -e t do..o. T.. weather has remained generally fair ajors, work convict
, left thet. Sk at the coner1 mu commeintteea ttaeod as a part adjo d. other sections of the country with camp.... 31.87eat
fag nt a a tel ra jo e and o n hoat Complaint In Children. aIna opprelble homers In northern Spears, work convict
do-ed dtt that he was not 8M mpi IIllinois, South Dakota and Wyamitn.. camp. ..20.00 for
(.own an are light, as well asmcatter- positive that Daw had a legal caltm Daring the summer month ohil- "Temperatures reached 94 degrees c- Lester, wr "convict rm di 1. e "
Selectric ad t6lthe wires Over a st-thecity. dre. are subject to disorders of the Tuesday l .parts of Tea, Mot5an Lpster, wrk con, 6.87 remedial agent for I
the gronn In that viclanity. The dam-, m submitting .the 'report the comn- bowels which should receive careful and Nevada. iu B ,work convict b 1
age was repaired during the afternoon'ttoe made e, ~me.pdttion, but attention as soon as the Arst unnatural "Ocastional showers with variable b .Brown .. w .15.62 been thoroughly an
fd the car replaced on the track. both Chairman .ely and Alderman loosemess of the bowels appears. The winds are indicated for this section O. W teras work convict
.. Alemberte e f g him best medicine in use for bowel Cw tonight Thursday." camp .. ........ .1843 proven by Red
ullut try Blue Ribbon Lemon and some reaum toa apd Alderman plaint Is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholerar ., TayiorGodi work convict
Vanilla extracts oae sad ye wll al- D'tAlelbee +o d t ;ubstltte to and Diarrhoea Remedy as It promptlY PIWI T HANOLER .. .. 2.00 Th*. state n t is ,i
ys demand them. Takes ls; Alderman Cr at l W" which -was controls any unnatural looseness of "TRflE IS WTTLED t. ember. drug ... 12.95 i t M
vors perfectly. to disallow the b be allow, the bowels. Ibr sale by l U trglsi .s. -M-Voy Co., lumber ... 7.14 alt mid et
'" -" New Orleans, July 11.-The strike goMillan Mill Co., lumber ... 4.58 eriati
S-7 of Ill nois Central freit handlers, Brawner. sup .. 83.5
..h.. began several days ag was M* v Goosales & Co., feed .- 7.8t n
l*l . compromIsed today. The men wer J.L Williams, tobacco .. 3.75
S. |ranted an Icrease Of twIt W0ty cents I. Lb oyer, supplies . 8.15
TV er day. W horse shoil 5.00 On sale (battled) at alB groceries
__WV. J a B. Forbes, supies 5.W
H. Craven, supplies ..58.00
ag .. 'U, E Wolfe, building bridge 6.00

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PreeMidons Against
u Ydew FPver,
While every precaution is appar-
ally being taken to prevent the In-
troduction of yellow fever Into the
southern states during the present
Season, there has been some criticism
of the plan adopted adopted at the ports of
New Orleans and Mobile. with refer-
ence to allowing fruit vessels from
Central American ports to discharge
their cargoes at the city wharves, even
though the crew of such vesels have
Been changed and the crew which nav-
taed the vessel from the point where
* the cargo was taken held at quarantine
while 4he vessel proceeded to the
point where the cargo was discharged.
Under the caption "Precautlons
Aasinst Fever," the avannah News
has the fololwing to say relative to

oorary, declare that the bdoml-
Sal Cavity of a ftiw abbuld remain un-
opened ntl just befri ^ b to be
o dWe aW e wainced o tMhnk that
the majorAT y Of touitful people take
the former view of the ase. But It'
w t tatyto h an expert
vesienkfl 11, ,uApon I : it. btchtbor-
Itative InveTp tt ad etrol oc
aod products wiln toe far more hoful
of good to the publ health than a
world of academic hasirspttlng over
satneomki ta ad antndes.
The Nw Toieak TrlbunI sa that It
wml beof Interest, for rMiple, to
know, ao far as iee can iawertain
Ion t tell, pr lds* Is te effect
upon articlk of go"C of Comg stoswe
in e ooe w auis well kawa that
cold prevent dem oit o a the or-
diusry kind. indeed, it has been
known to preserve dles In aa appar-
ently frt" dltSM for a very lg
time. But it haa bee= an open quem-
tioe in the nom ds of many weher
g" other changes may not occur
inrose fleh aa=6 other objects

die matter.. whih. wer o aom S- r z.asil
New Orleans is taking extraordinary wAo.t ireooiy Io M heiatenmwn
Sprat her q-arant'ne station wo eOpt wl i .t S i tt -les-s
at the mouth of the MiaW ip river 5V I f ash W W hich
aalast yellow fever. fhe has & house.e- i nm rag ?fta oSld S
boat staUtoed there and the crew of look e at ywsI a
aSn eamOtag fruit steamer is trans- had been thisbe bras year.
terred from the steamer to the house- o woU lbe atrerrStf eand U oo to
seat. and from the houseboat a crew kn .sther oar noit f e Mod
is sent to the steamer and takes It to 0 a.- S at
. the city. Thus crews that have been about What tim
a Central America where there is Ata aIgmal say: "Clark
ever are not permitted to visit New Th..Atlap" "Ma rt
Orleans. When the steamer is ready well Asia Meets OrabAe D 1at
to return to the fruit "elds she take at the Rands af Hake Sm* In Al.
S- board her old crew at the uaran- bany D .te" .mt tuaa ys:
tine station. Only the captain ais per.'Cark Howell sasaaes Hoke Smith
Y, fitted to land at New OrleasAd at e: U.& at
the port where the fruit Is obtained. At AlW.* Y ia-. wo WIN?
e mst land a daylight ad remita twty r
lmg esaough to clear hb "ISp. The Thaw am6 s thestwentialrd
o doubtthe state oard ot.f alth murder aise on the New Yolk trial
vC ual. has studied, ths Uaer docket. It ay x*e 023" for Thaw,
y a has decided that thuas Mmualb, when the jury tso
precautions is eeMeMary, but tf the ,
Sever Is dae to the mosquito, Isn't It ," w M-i
jAst as likely that the mosquitoes will
Wsea the city In the fruit a2 they --_--- *--_--_.6_
wolin the elothes the crew ofg
the fruit steames? A CLMAR FIlD *
It Is true of atore, that the steam- FOR MIR. IWMt L
091 a" fumtIated lour times each vo. .
agI but is It not a diIcult matter to a vanah News.
WMah maouitoes In that way that may N *
e hAdeM Ia a Roes of fnrit? It -:s:-:-:u-...... :::
would Seem as The ftet that mem
"* Of the00 rew ae not permitted to "ego Ma. Bryan wrote to
go ashore at the Portswherethefruit r s In no-M country thant he ws
, ~R oalaed doeant prevent the me n the only man whose name waa
S S from getting on the teer. pmiasaety meatmred in .ounectc
Irea though the steamer is a Achored a e Democrai noiInaon tor
* food distance from the shore the mpre IWed, an he mentioned Gov. glk,
Smeqult*es are oat prevented from ar. at an d emator aIley. 6eia
chaos her. Moequtoed" are, ao to my stated the other day, in a
times eatnotm&lsrom shore h a Mr. lBryan wae
by coast steamers, a tewler from theas to be nom nate by the Dem
t is prt to New TYoIe en testiy. o ts in 1N Mr. Heart ba state
However, it is apparent that the in I terview pyub Ued In aa Frrau-
ealt authorities of Loaua"* are 0 o that be isn't a candidate for the
d laiall they can to prevent the fever .naI Im ad Govor lk. la, & speech
frtO ettia a lodeeSUnt In New Or- o Mat wauke oa July 7, .T that th
les. They are creeing the Democjs had already .ettled the
teos ad 'riMrgthe iwet place*- questlot as to whom they would nol-.
ms ito ftevrede C plaeea- te tI 190m. He said they would
ey are takl.- .& ery pr aminats Mr. Brn-and that he tv-
Swhich thr think Is eci ored him as the part"a standard bear.
was a U tle scare repecting the .
- there a few 409s ago. but tx It ore a it theel wa
ti e out to be a false alm. clear tor M. Brya. In his letter to
.z Senator James K-. JoO pI lied
0atuare4 aleotol may esnttally Ia the ernag Itews a onMday, IW.
9W a good thtaing for the undertak- r* No wheAshould n t Man to
. ,^ of *secure avwther presid-mial oasina
___ _____ I, tt bacthbt as there we certal ar.
Sm I he _d like to ee amoom-
I'r Question of W oa e uil44o accept the nomln
Atprest It leeks as If there would
:. *amf, a.ta 06014M Ow l him to ek the
r i S0i*.I e 4sw thn tro of. a It a about an certain. a
e. ..p an" meat a od .. : a 6 at t p
is# of M the mo tt oseaturiem a at athe *omlaiatlto wn tbe

emui t any at -the states, and, a
CC v -psy soeafbrw as we ha9e nsf I. there hasant
SU the matter a- f allows: R Mr. R eau or Mr. Bailey or
e ton of paokEing fowse in M r. wbik wr had An idea oa beomntg
I onova elt ea tr~sis a n -* ar the nlnaton they
.e nma .tasa h d t as -am asthey Maw the
|3lolrtol^ftiaa blt X^ h- the De moerats
t&dt hata to eat 6i all Wart00 the country were twra-
i sa w BI etbe thatIt Is1 t t .k the tace m.t
ia. le-g itimeMs oness t ofr i ( *aa verwhelgh
t aaoil ft i be k hi'

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Pp -. .: ---I
~ Feed the hair

Ushes the hafrgr~,


-a ~ .w some typhoid fever and I dtan hope
~I iSof Bafy Days whsu s ar i W ow linds
_________________r poperly ofardne f we disease thatI
00100000010000OOOOO~IOOOIHOI0 tt particulear dieaee may be eral- For 75 cents 'a Par.
*Catod I

Bai- Pusu una:.:
I told you in ay lst o* at I was
Motng to Unde Bob H Irhek's. We
arrived at hi oouse Oost 10 o'clock
and found the dm geat han j*st re-
turned from the ald A"I taking a
est You sobmld-haue see. how glad
be was to a se. af a to% mumtes
he was at the o payg a ne
ood to my vioaL Kendrck
ailed to ftfiqtae me, W t -W I
told her bW A deI ItuIy. W fell I love
mwith fer the *t tioe s xet he"
wtith*dl .the f a.t that she
ad been maniW 4 a th. fore that
it boe time w sat *twi to a menl
aom&a aa be propred osly- by -a
expMrience 5k uelb as ika. Ken-
About 4 o'c*lok 3 s Rmklln
&ad I abated 2W.
wM we -aw o- ashia 2i
passed tme he A of 0 widow- Ja

mv~eft of w

of Mr. W. V.Seyu

n, which is idenced y the fact
that he movre t, C sory a compar.-
ltl 1 poor amnm.a short time ago and
amw be owas valuable rel estate I
the town to the amount of several
thousands of dollars. He bha lately
added to as business a fe little saw
ill aouit a mile below Centery.
Through the courtey o that W nbe
lady and musician Mrs. Laura ferry.
we had, a musical treat which was
enjoyed by all present.
I am now Jut returned from Bay
Minete at wich place I met my old
friend "Jim" Iayo whom I have not
sen i 3 n or 40 years Mr. Mayo has
a large sad interesting family aod Is
doiag a gaod -bminess In the -Iver.r
I expect to leave this place about
Ju3y U and will stop off at Atmore
aad se my estem fd frkd D. J.
*li i. afto* which I will make my
hes at 1ionaton trom
who plaer- I shall write up Ba7
MueteA I -a nto 9g -# T. 'F.
Westmaik and family.
L & AuI.
P. &-4 should .have said, lna t
proper piaes, that, although Uncle
Srobfd on the dart M of
J0 I as es a s sI .-of

IsgpWuovly submitted,



Don't fal to see the races at Kup-
frian's Park tomorrow afternoI. The
entries promise sport of the flrst order
ad the horsey crowd are taking great
Interest The tip lI freely g iv that
dy Wikes has a sure thing on the
ieiman'a road race if she show In
ohd shape OR the day of the rae.m In
the three minute elas the knowin
ones have picked aClutter Fraak for
toe winnr. Be i all it ad better
than ever. In the free efr all Snow-
dro s coedaed to have easy mom
ims although ayrck is a green horse
ame oft pthe bPaanr pir
money on him freely.

fsead n the saO oa
aedWU5meSt coatet, A priae of a
'A.-a.tiul electric apotable readlen

T1I!'s a Sighty-little price for a pair of window blinds.
a: y 'esan't agord not to have binds to your windows.
W Ith tem ou .an have both protection and ventilation
C lght-4they keep out the hot s= by day. Other
.. .to .15. bverythbtg frm foundation to roof.

r MIII Compeany,

7777 .. .. r ....

Sostand they may sed

e.prhem each year r- the insured
or mEndowment Policy wit
in the Union Central L

l Aget.
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ta r hair grows. That',

u .*^M, W4 d.a . "... is all there p 3.
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The city covel ot Jeo Ilete i conduct. w tc. number 6 te of as-- w..ith. sa d take m ,

Sthe opecIaga ao bot e o str eets 0a style typeiters were dealge for oldstyle work only.
plant By t Ist c not eat to character, whth Icdea et batet blt of ballatIM. A b 8th & ge. Typewriter was built for modern work.

ice but "ely to e tmeat- It S was o di thin it af w mpy aa osItrait ht writing.I
to actandy of thim vahl le amoIwee on variu charges. Dui the ditehed ad retired with des o st have to t It out with a lot cotly attahmet to make
ty at fl* pri~es. fth a ce X ian e*ort hap been aa t a o te Geol a g erl iser Wot shp
tury or two the princlof municipal. sn the emoal 0n4 a h les of asw ditches wem dus o@ psts.t
ownership has been It practice In var. to reduce matera.Iry he W abt pd a.Oe mile, of old ditches have g"II f i-artrated catalogue.
e part of urope Ito a much ad the wveo -atwe hafMt. ~ tep Wleansed .. w aco at s as s
reader extet tha. e a s country, hae bee.. Ipo ed for a rryn he e a bee puet I L i rA lA H
and such a me wsoul be o velty 0co0s aed we.po.,s and also jer wife feet o wood. curb sndtJS L WT st o l
over there. tt dooo, while those using profane stp M. .Ct 3. __5 -.. t i_ -._*
It id to be pnitowe6 bethlo I q a laade to lit. and aoutt feet on 2i -
nww 1"eib made 0n Jacajomvif t te d- dFty on the rozk pk 0W t
merely as to wheta-with its clar- It Is probaeh tat the concealed bvrdge_ ad eIt rts, an. e under
tMr oakat oe s nsad eo"Moftu-(he weapon habit hs been m terially de.. aoUd. f dratn km been baL rm
ity o to nto, heafs, biea cised ad .a1V e*wMat@i Kson street tfo the fO t of ie Asee n
It is true that it is an iaotual th-in, _fatt, and to p"a exted the or'e t -. cargoes of baleUlast
bn. there natre of the proporty.on woy heIP. a ntreese t.t av1.0f or Of1g fa low places. a O L.
the city should not do it t its people There has been considerable pains re T s S p "ntly Cm-
see ft Ice is an artlel a as much taen re the re Deportsent o by beaIlMdg a cement walk
necessity almost as Was or other form durtng the past year. In order to get M R. IP Ia COUmat I^a -
of light eore efflcent men the salr e s of the Wbef toIunt th oM
for the com-namity at whole to number O tmf modern and. s- t1 Ibdd ean e fo wr ,and umb
der take uch enterpriae1 In provdin. tol.ot oel haniot hd eade aerilly dko We h vA fo tot e t or tabe
the city as It can do to advantage. well aas 1.00 feet o the best % lc our 1 tres poastod t. ;A
The principle is established and hit ias ae Io, a.nd tbe modern e. S wats been bslt p art ot l
steadily wideninf in Its appllcatioa. aPraylag no30s5 moAg Bailes fire- "i wr l
tNo one would think now of lea n o WB p to aing build' been teud use v i
in thead atu reat the-aPropo itionse id f.t 4mbaroavembent planned othe. a
ten qofespation t as prithe anaT d Pure D ret is ideio D the ye CSUPS d^ arP the Cirl oid o Horses
private ei tlterprie. The osly Impor- f te Te..U lapo h-Thre. e r 5, 1 eI y Hl put Mlls
Limit to which a community say tho r altrct an nr hooa ve been a th tlese tur Of ho 1 4 tacemeatw a lkSS
ian undertaln Jointau estt tdor t oauted t e hea t m a m hauled hy the city and
lneremsa a .at of sot treoerform e it ahte e at e eenIsot d isret t ,ams t-.I record mhows ...
T whe bythen patic. Weeso o t f t'e aw ~doe oo llas, .wSt no hi s eaftMe 6oe ta-. nd t.g we -V e ust rec vd from
fcar te comdunied to yetteradatage t d the old ou. die- C"aY, bWut ald 4inhde. W A
iert a scha by ees vina t036s t -ttotht"emeut S h"dbe
mJot r oe athe d elaion in prdW t handste t been adetDU Wder into moi The s lyear te city under act -, 111
thI eI the tendelllacy to wll h so. r detrICtlS d l e a t house are of the le-fur la.. -ate w orpdlace of eted 0 It.-- .. ..l
clasts point a a ladlcatl o f t~h^er ebopejandtO be of th o dernconcil has been aubit Piaed r
theories and aa an eadeemt of the *ty. The equipment consitS ge $75*,O.9 Improvement Ienda,| a I I A
them by the pak n letter aso or v et foire ocmne oe book and olabd- vhr ia 1oee raoed bty a vote o

Inunertaingjoicaptatts, 17 1h uice ed ou1 eder Sw---a mhteortune h a haled byte fevertan
S"ee ofIts VIM t Iany ndtioI o electreials otar e hiy wsr la.t year ohr were ebuteNeroaord s ot s h
iash Isrter after it mth, wwhleh of 17 are n ih ilrsate. twfhblichcng tie pdhs o tprseemenrts we r$A l
heae rowanra ed abter a to ad Bobeen rd ond Wth rkod contemplated. onerly s. o ye t-eyil blI v1C h4cides I A0

magu tt r a e t i otr f Therap te 1 oea orr wau, ak 1 atied oa d on o Dori t e an r hn o March t i o
Thanes withe ta Mr to. Apow it to PuburdsWors ba W beenVery busy ando' 2thele0s. t300.000.00 = f 4% percetht .
d t&. e i tn eir a.. a %o..*e.teid to aeny. . *-part ci ty 12 aand 14 West I twnden oa Street
indes, niot the rebutaNs with work. Ie lte it 1 however, to crseedaItterepo t ln Thempeegs parpoe oar. - 1se-
e ra toa pat fe ad 9 a It a oaye a wh ll a h4s depafeaoft Inor we re12-hich these bonds were sd

thiase ol b e TiiAo U te e xi u o ser so e ethe a twota s tie r a ed2 drainThae $100,000,T he -
W AY It V ju st a n reso S the ay labto yf ar disor, et blM c b uildstr w a 00$000.00 ad O W N
of t ther .vi tng -- bru Itoo upf wr o nso EaSA O L *aLI the .Y ST B
bae nsuro^ Ses agto t 'slo moseoZJmn as3EBorcpar 1,.yaen upoe ao lebuoy
t"W an wies s hes oldas omcleslie fIasanatC on whre sof, Palion p ne Jwas Tthdl1 or Alabama Lime In full CaSreds

an e .e -.. rather tan ma 1 ena.y hneer, r the crine dh sum or eithe fo,. seo o S e Barrele
...... .......... b woekec t w ia.t la s ta seraetvml or mhwInthatth Department. k isl n
s hould a.s a-m. aw 1 Itaaw e full & Cadse agistaea addi natge ar5 the5,000, -

rawed the t Aul d at ot r"a the pat year aI orona PA 1 t n G DhSILVA a
d dry e aoer wae 40ta 2,s0 loada th oe cans.o wedia and ofsped tbywertheCoat0 Tihe ons rt rue-

craut tat f e u thilew. -n peforea tubbipag of welca no strict count undr becadie the City Health On-cer,______________________
Whn the utber Is a at taen cIds was ewpU Manispromisep that were rp comuyin the ftwo oces into
hap swallowed t te sae vacant tor t leporarily shecityaone City Hall I iM-etat portsad il a T j6 la Lim i0 fl Ca
rtthe hhold emrae a were clethaned new ditehea dorg and f othain$ 1,i consultaioT aond visits
ev ompeed to eat plenty low places drad. tug the the year. Drt the epidemic I 1 e a a I
mfasen potatis l sh aa work oa thtu hoard thpe eity wa put tee rimtepast were engaged but no P H G I

coarge br 'Dea t Pw wit 5aitet better sanitary condition than Ut edwn ecsmade ot theawhrk during ceRr, 0 al Other laf iS. Because they
at mld been tor nat ywre s that time ae all eWort was put for o te DO it now
thM as est- dm114 o wasi w lenswag he wtre elean Hit n dud aR sotadesorTonn so*s*"taAboas aLd visitsne Elr T

eves compell bree place. O death rate for lce did eat. D% t i70d

uTd p*nwroti atecya the ppu year war a Mttle higher than 6u2 n one7
Pru or Mll00 With owing te e oe*th tm as al et wa pu

out *he ac~elisntus .ThV tm Md fy P

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"The maid with goden hai ald *lus
trous eye,
Who knows a lot yet noW t too
Her knowledge say a trfe les than
And who to ariP'nlt do& nt in-
"A maiden who though learned I the
is not afraid to go down stais and
Whose pastry's iht as are the sum-
mer's dews'
Whose lobster broiled bring ae'r a
touch of blues.
"Who grills a bird o that w lan
your mouth -....t
It smells like bUtter in the balay
Who's strong on rai~blt welsh, on'
puddinsP. cake, I.
Spring lamb and aw aca, et to
mention steak.

"A maid who never f er-
' complaint
Because so many thig tlMt bould
be ain't.
Who greets whatvec comes With
cheery smile;
v.iose dress is always ci sa In
the style.
j'Who. if I'm late Is Waw|homsa
0 'en . " "
Don't think to me whets oars
I've beet. ""
Whose mind Is o'er intent on ways to
And so contribute to my daily eas.
"*Whose game of bridge is & onM
that wins,
Who has no taste tor pearls and da-
mond pins:

The FJras' Daily Fashion Feature.

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Whose voloe is like the dulcet night- Al very charming model for a lingerie the back. The full elbow l t
ingale's, uo or soft summer silk waist is thatoft sleeves are finished with a ; tim -
Yet never practices up=n the. athe lustration, the original of which med turntack cuf. These yoke waists
e y c o d allow of very elaborate trmming
* Who thinks that I am right whot'er employed a cream colored coleen pop- tucking and ihirri& as the maker do-
I say; Un, a soft pheer poplin weave with sires, and often times fine pleees of
Whose family lives sixty miles away; more finish. The yoke is Manded with lace which have been used before and
Aose father deems her such a troa- ve rows of fine Val Insertin sd fin- laid away, come out looking fresh and
ure dear wished with edging to match. The new sad are "Just the thing" for these
He gives her say ten towu"nd cash: waist Is tucked In clusters of the depth sheer summer waist. The poplin Is
a year. of three inches, which gives a becom- particularly effective In the building
I b g ste flaen.S Th-e ack is of such waists, as the sheen of the ma,
*If I could na1ewere ed A girl Ike* W ked to ths waistline, "which does terlal gives a-very dressy appearance
that away with the tagMgy ftinees which to the model, which may be seen wiUh
Within her ball I'd Uladly hang my precludes any possibility eta la house n *well tailored skirt with good effect.

i ADd settle down for aye coetentedly.
a 6fe In the arms of my afnity."
S--Jobn Kandrdcr Simg

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Mus Wte b~~2 inS Nina
Chaffn &04 o)Em Wat.t*8 9I-w inam
Smaiwod, Ma Sqe-',.JMrtin. doomes
l~b dtc~ae arL*baOld-
Milan, Jaswr Wqqmec.

A jolly crowd of Warrington girls Mf. AND MW"S. WmL.SNS 6 IY
gave a watermelon cutting Tuesdal HOUS PARTY CAS, UW.
night on Moody Beasd, complimentary _
ito the boys. The merry summer reunion and
After singing songs, playing gaes, house party ha*t been so delight-
and enjoying other amusements, and fully entertained by Mr. and UMra. J.
the melons, the party returned home M. Wilson at their home, 305 West
about 11 o'clock, all declaring they Gregory, for several weeks est,
iad enjoyed everything, breaks up to-day.
Those in the party were Miss Salle (Mr. and Mn. Harry Wilson and lit-
;ones of Peneacola, Miss ploasie tie son, Jon Powel~ of fwanee Val-
SweeOney, Sliss 'Mildred Oldmizon, ley, left TUesday tor hoe.
_ ",,_ Mr. and mra Lee MaDonanel of
r-. *Tampa, leave this morning for Jack-
.norvlle, where they wIl visit Mr.
MacDonnell's relotlve bore going
ST, Ihaome.

jurngttne summer

months we receive

a fresh shipment of


Every Tuesday

and Friday

This insures the

perfect freshness of

these candies at all




now selling more
of thiem than we

have ever &oAe tbe

Rev. Thomas M. Calloway, the new
pastor of the b Prst pt0st church, and
his interesting fally of wife and two
little daughters, eight and four years
old, who have bbe g ipest of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Ovlugton t their
handsome home on North ll, have
gone to housekeepir .
On Monday"they moved tSto Mr.
Leslie E. Brooks' res ldence, corner
Guillemarde and J4aks, one block
west of the church.
The Missonary octy of t First
Baptist church will meet' t the pas.
tor's study this aftereoo at 4:I.0.
As this will be Mra. Caltwy's first
meeting it Is very dediable that all
the members shou14d he premt.
Mr. John Pine and fa~may retired
from a fine ten day of and
.tahlag up the soun. Th.Mlg was
excelled eand they auSat one hundred
twat, reachingtqU last eveng
c ,p Joe Plne w leave thIa morn-
ing for MobUle after e-4aying a vlt
and the trip wbith -his Wents.
NO A.LL. MI- .p
Two gestleamu wer traveling is
onf of the bill aN*tes of Ientcky
not lon ago -bnd O aepraea
r pitch p ad bee drv.
Ig *r two Aorm t oj#ute-r.


the dust.
"Not lt" he sald.-Reader. Ma.
2Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Smithwlck and
family leave today for Moulte, Ge.,
where they will pend the coming
Mra. Mary WKihe and three children,
of New Orleaen, are visittg dthe for-
mer's sister, Mrs. W. elll, of $17
Seventh Avenue.
The Friday ochre wI not meet
with Mrs. ". & Boist, as nteasd l
but with 'Mrs. George imu, on
account of the leass of Mr. Hlat1
Mrs. Qae I Cummnins ta re-
turned from a business trip east.
Mrs. E. Mead Wilson is It Qrand
Rapids having a swell time. She wOS
the guest of honor at a large dinner
given at Hotel Pantind when her hos.
tess Invited a number of charging wo-
men to meet her on July T, the news-
paper account of which is very com.
rs. Geo. Villar and two hildre
accompanied by her nieoe, MIs ialea
Bond, left Monday for Wlwtvlle to
visit Mrs. Villar's mother, ,Mrs. Ada*s.
MNB Susie and MIl Mattfe steas
expect to leave in a few days frO
Hedersonvttle, N. C.
Mrs. Wisabeth Barker and little
grandchildren are in Manitoba for the
summer, and will spend the f l to
St Paul and Miomsapolfs 4
(Mrs. C. Levy and two Utt Os
left Wednesday for Cica s ad vqri-
ous points In Iowa. Mr. Levy wU
join them later in the season.
'Mi 6usie Angeo ando bother, Mr
Irby Angell of D&rmlngn n ere viE-
Iting their aunt and cousins, Mrs. .
M. Loftin and faw ly, at their, msew
summer residence on Bayom Tor,
The many friends of Mr. Qrt Me-
AlUlster regret to lIser thnt e is veTr
Ill at his home on BWst Gregory.
isan Laura Qutley daughter of
Mrs. C. B. Vetter whose theaMb
beeo deftcte fam soe time. 0 1ft TW-
da night for Mexio Cty,
pa tg bnome t r cougoh, i". w.
weo has spent the past to 4W NOW
with UMr. ad M's. Vetter
wig dtay in Moxieo wil d ew*4

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et a Ma n two lare White hands tn astonishment. --------- :
neamer ate oelsaa ad ae direct The stage coach was fast enodgb __ .-- -_ J ._

I a Noe 5y ,5,. l n. PENSACOLA BOSSO'S
to weatr o Care says an then-pe--lp -were more content to
y sa to ne New take ths easy. CLASSICAL SCHOOL C Fo
A0Wuat VOW eru equipped wi They used to be satsdd with any PEN SAA,

tUs and haw e t the rural dis- thought it was because Baldness could
tles aae tbeir ariTI at Asberlm e e0 t be prefnted. .
Mr. tess has gives nt the S otowin It's' dfterest now. People know that can ush you cream In
t5rWView: gemns cause Baldness and tht New- PiPAAR ATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS any quantity. 1atlsfa~loa
S"his Is a strak oC ebtalt rmntan bro's Hrpicide kills the germ, thus AND GIRLS. guaranteed.
" a point t aM aM j NashvuW, curing Dandruff and preventing Bald- seventh Annual es Bgis PHONE 132
ta Into Jthis sta n, muI Md= = Weventh Annual aSion .egins Sept. SAM 1104. Prep.
IOt some of the uist bols I have or ale by W. A. lyAlemberte 17, 0. 190L______ __
1= havebdruggist and apothecary 121 South Th~ s school-tnU the number of
dbia Y iae "10e I0 North (rUoina W n ati street, or send 10c I nstamps Tecs scl toisucs be P.ANO SHOPPo.
Wdiaeovey ain a revolution 1 for sample to The Herplcide Co., De. Ptaulh rei I Don't 's o piano shopping with the
.ep et1 wrmF It u c treat, Mich"ataught thoroughly.
readily that ord ttrobll t, Mich. It prepares for entrance to our lead.' sole idea of seeing how cheaply yu
p readily that imores tweiobles built Ing universities a tcal cbl choo l can get one. Price, of course, should
t electrical WVe e will be Wilt and for Intelligent, useful citi enship. be well considered, but a question o
b cot w b pe with u ss ts lnstruton greater Importance is one tof QUALI-
aea o( O t or w I best attested, by the recordIs of I ts TY. If you buy any of the Pianos we- .
ofedWowtbe I s .st ...t,. ... .. ,.ec o....sllawe1guarantee t here s qua lty n
S t own t now. s t lugeink tsue who haves In ever e instance the greatest degree. Easy ,to buy and
.or atrie tM hTw ave bee.n TO B0 Bing universities. In a eaeryI stance e we an s quay
er a geat hbandamp b~ca useo t where they have entered for colle- easy to pay, makes it poss ble for
my heavy -mstor- s i.battims we w Ig ~ate work they hav been admitted, anyos to MoIC HOUno..
SP oWtIntha-a"alson an s o.-.- ph-- .Pensacola, Floridaw,
- S ? at ter h values Y V n I Instructors trained In our leading F l a
f eqifpan autsL plogebd bw educational ingltuat&w Laboratories' ,..
t d coal sstm **h win Z, you dr*n the best, the of science for studet enperlment' .
'9-"**%" "-^e -" inky B&yEXCuUsIOR'N
4 -l onviehla 84itp Vm s mad Our soda dispen- Fogymnasiums in the gauth. Ex ui-
, MW in JameaW mom** ric Is M are eapmrts and tion adrom. I W : ;
oasto1ftoletes iItn owte know oww to amix soda He. cAYAtaOand, Purth -a-
Maow eC erayb- f Ma tnt rk in the p.rope m MU. O I. ..By.. '|

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EinUqhn 1Go0l1M HM -

,"le de I5wt apu of the ea atdiatn aa

SeastatX0 sad yhwthtease iMt graduallotbmy d* the Uentle
V. ?. IsT! W. ,,J Ur u, maruea_ Umrn. bootdSt. thesyrtasof h athes"- d -
wd J .ood. Whe thms toeadvior to the entire sytem a

lenty, wrE *-these tonic ect rb the blood dof its and h, S. S. ieea it tbecu

,, ,.,.l..=. M4 ,oma,* F1a J0^ 11-Ho. pHenr without charge. giT -a m w_- n -
*^ .'i m t Mu la Mei raday and instituted a K. ,.__ ,., - p--,- ,, .1_ ..... ......*1
t, oIiayrest me, at P. Lodge,here Monday nit with h.
.sor yIaU- twelve N~~Nfrtet mebet The meI di|| n need have no terrors for fyo-,
ut**g s^ 986, hA Tae, if yOu end your w ashingM t

..--, ^posed of the very best people,of P,. E W I u. W. LAWRuNQS. Prep. Ms.8 WEST HOAMST.
alldown or lotet them anood1 wp h.. l work- i
DtAel4pde dieas is gaal 88g the entire

S.snd Headland ldesi, and aso from ahe i mu o Mv tfro m tly sl thu te Stuad. a
t IMet oeich deeervse the o te heon

H. P. CHIPMAN, Managor. ihold It was quite an honor to
aria, JMMe and vigor to theatre N L to he him with us to

Fine Coffees "s o.r.SC.ption Precision
OROSA t OIVE THEM A TRIA- Abld ditseanreth' are cordially n- it e

ir s1on town on meen4niht every ]on10. Is a certainty here. No matter how
thoru . S v ~tno turn <1da eloc p beb now. Morbin simple or how complex the prescription of
is 17wias a *teT oIf o Co. have bu The JinaL it is tae and your physician may be, it is filled here by an
tt Wt a, Fa., July .-Hn on Henry without experienced registered pharmacist and
ST. w^. so se d s,. hH. gdo Jr. Hiaited Geer double choked Only the best and purestfrom
as hhNlee FeuaablaiModayrand Instituted a K. -e

tpaml to sudmme withMs.. 'I'aesd.a. drugs known to the trade are used, and only
Swa on. I, wot at r on a to suoh as the physician asks for,-you may be
s. ew of o sure there wil be no substitution mad. trit
W f or ~ -- We have filled ver ha200ve000ve prescriptiors for
Spma E N whi a ch is eloquent evidence of the confi-ng
..brIt sfutureeas Its membership is- T"I Oqco

Stown, th t o Mr. a at o feed for dence of both the physicians and the people good work-
. 50 amob V byrses. Pe th sot h eorg, oo makes a
Sweg T.6 ras t. r~ SoreS ~touue in our prescription department.
I8 M Cr oer knodd, is his busto at bran mashe-
viltla" her oar, dMe. J. N. An- avinl d vars the ofaseorshe
drew. iPJ.GM. Joyners. It wasquite an wonoer to

;Mn. W lculm .A Immar ls v ,iattani l. But altSt bay can always A
her mother Mrs. Toy in Atlanta. be reied en. It -om oeeees that
NMa loe too have him wituh atus t3

Uoe s 6 ,,d ns iatt thelodge. fe leDIfUOTu AND APOuesdayA I
evening for Graceville on a vit t.- tFog.

trt and et e aeoua "Blue B raL No. 121 S. Plox S Telephone No. 10recision
bo Intavor." ftfew m A re cr iMe. .. ---" --' .
ostr brtoe that ders there from the-
O the tGIVE THEM A TRAL r. two oUngce trpentare cordi pally in-

,o N. Crf 78 W. Cervant,. Prl. o oBw --ateD OVOliWtatnderttheGan-t
d atit Church. A ordl l- ad totone upt for and be wimonth; also whengi
taton i extended to all. e dram alpae of coer at de cetty matter
WATCH, Om TM OPeNING OF tr a wito.-Amerea Ariltort simple or how complex the prescription of

UOR IN THE, NW BIENT BUILsD ton-mIse aboo mno .Mr wMnk.
a. bTo wI woodiet mill.a ca of Maor milktt

a the growth of eUu tain bactera that he ; r p a and
always ery ne in the air and nd can't do so because you are not able to burst

COBALT'S VALUE TO EDISON cannot be kept out of the milk. These houastfll of fruniture? Cut out the worry and 8o :
are m ot abundant drn damp, heay Tuesday.drugsnowet married. We wll furnh the ho

Ivnsts Pnealete Tr** awetsee weather, which usually accompansied. We w fi t
t" -wa fewonly

ab- M t e W ith am t tma. th.deLstorms, as such weathers nicely for you for only a few dolrs down and the
th a in. who bu ee articularly favorable touheir develop- balance a little at a time. Bring your best girl in
es at A . n a pros mewit; hence the popubnlar notion thatt w
Uar3, JeI wa re.s Deect welbf tate. of P.odg.

'- We hav foielled ovsera00 0i00kp seci. ao n

ai. a ti. 6k pent t Im atlwh ic iselp Were aIt To Take Thing.
MI. dln. Fdeirk ges.F Joen Ml Eaer Than No makesaw. d re

er, two expe on iral from the f our lorelathers could behoM the o .
Orsa e (N. J.) Ilnerof, and John modern looomotve, autanoblmaes and 10tS. Palafx St. Phoe 148. Pen-col, Fla.
ptin, a battepert, Mt ew t electric car, they wold hold varie their as es

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Suppose you who haven't a.1iome of your own, or do
not own a piece of real esate, Just t down ad
have a qlet "tlIak" with yourseltf. Ask yourself
why you should continue to pay rent; why continue
throwing your money away, or rather giving It to
s omeote el0., ad for nothing In the world but t-elr
receipt-that's all you get to keep. We have sev-
eral properties that am be bought with but a little
more than that same rent money-a hundred or so
down and the balance on easy terms. Better talk to
Sus about It and see what we have on our list. No
doubt we have something that you would like.

Pensacola Investment Com-'any,'
V a.u Ia. KI awiwu. riw. lt .
WV. & USWLS I ft laediet PLA oL 6, Ssldry,.
L. l3.5u3 A, V .PadsOsL. MdMf NSWOMUS Mift, urewr.

215 Soeth Pafofbx Street, Pneseelt. Flnorld.

SNeweightroomhouse with hball1.0th
ve. andleth8t. Thisplace has to be
to be appreciated.. .. ..o1750
L ots 4 and 5, block 140, New
Mocks 125 and 126, PetteroO Ad
o nk water front, new ixz ro
boone on ame...... ......
Block 6U, East King Tract. .2,00
Lot 7 to 14. Inclusive, block 171,
new City.. .. .. .. .. ....00

e Esftate Agestms
Salisbury Bulldingfl, Roem 7

SPmesonal Direct.or

S ATES,, M. ,

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* JeOW Lod, e No., I. O. 0P.
S oppa Lodge No. 6, 1. 0. 0. 0 .,
0sets every Tuesday evening at 7:36
k at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmoat
F 9I Baylea street. VisitiUng brethren
m iardlaly invited.
SW OfINLB8, he.

SMeMeola Lods,. r t. 3, K. of P.
S "ery Monday eveMing at 8
tImk at their temporary Castle Hall
Pme stable, W. Istesdeaol St,
brethren cordially welcomed.
Meet~gs ci the
Knagts ot Colmmous
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Iltemdeu-
d street. on every
Monday eve mag at
T:20 'clock. An In.
vitation is extended
D, Grand Knalght.
aothes Oef Rebeka---
Lodge, No. 10, faaghtera o
mtso every Monday might
leek O. 0. P. hal. Visit.
e rdially Invited to be pree.

j MnMzaI cM.=-L4

a a 8 melta Irat sad
Led evelng at 1: T
mAA t Hall, No We4t Iate.w
A. L Pres.
LEW YM. See.
Msa L 0. P.
i t o. O. o. i.,
Sw dMr &vTeiag at T: 3
e Iia bE~ca

800< room 4welflai~ NortH
near R. X. Lee SOuare
SSeboof No. 1 Bath,e, el
triy- r all modem '
410-. room wellag North Hay
fest ri cEast Ga.
tea. Gas. bathad everyti*
modoe 2 '
5603-4 room reuiweie, Nofth Alt,
ni, right. o0 ar -line. LM A
lot; modern larovements.,
816O-Large dwelling near Sebool N

* H-Lot on East Jeckeom. alf blo
from car line; O by 10,.
SS 7 b'W 12 % ft" t .LaRu
half block of, car Inse. OTv.
looks bay. -, .
SIS0-Quarter block. lth Ave. a
10th street; 200 by 137% teef
facing east or nouti -
1000-1W. feet by 137% ~ bac ut
on East Cervaates,poverlookil
bay and tayou.

jpteeme 463 Flether Buiilig


r- rea $".Go *Pe

A FOr Sale

mah ose N Amo y
A won't find a better Inveat-
. meant. for the money.

IDENCE, NEW CITY, -CORNER 10th lUM-Lot 0xl50 on East Jack-
.U.m son; beautiful building site,
AVENUE AND .11th STREET. A none left like it; buy' the
lot and we will build you

David-y Co T both blocks, 113 and
_. ". tslang24 s
SAgnts New York ts.
Life Insurance Company.
*4 Oh*|-4Jbr block 115 East King
SE. Government Street. I OU Tract, between Alesans
and Hayne.
Phone 70. Pensacola, FFla.
._ : __-4 EAAt--7 room cottage on corner



lwq t os serably situated within a half block
of .t. .. . ..... .. .. .. ... ... .....$8000
A oMluu1 ggq totD cottage, splendid nelahborhood, North
a.ea et... ... .......... .. ... .. .. .....$1700
The east 4 lo o 94. ew City Tract, overlooking both
bay a' &ayoi *. .. -. ... .. ... ....$210o
Three weIns ith are lot northeast corner of Wright and
a -reea ,. .. .. ...... ... ... . .... .... $ .
All of block 120. New City Tract, koutalPteu twenty lots........$3000
Two cottqa o'n Ilre corner, lot on the northwest corner of W.
Jackbon tad B. r .............. ... .. ...... ..$1000
Five lota ma the southeast corner of 6th avenue and 11th St. .1350
A one story anda half dwdtlln at No. 331 ast Romana 8t....11200
For cottage i bldek 31, New City Tract.. .. .. ... .. .. 1100
All of bick M2. W t Kin Tact, containing 24 lots.... ....$ 800
Six room 4well* a on ast AZarragoe t., near Seville Square. .$2150


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"A. .M T. M LP A N E Are. You L.ooking FornLt r5x@oi M t I *I III ILI
UFOR IENT WANTED! a Home on NorthA S175 aPI Pt r P2, To.. ."",,,' .,-
.* L+al agents in ever l-'l V,. andwellbullt,_goodnetlh-rows money r, J. A. HallA tion. Good flahingand bathing, cool
.... .... 6 -. -- f boyhood. con,.enlent to 1..r-b 14 .. Gt St. We, i- nd shady; good board at reasonable
H T CRAWFOR town in est Florida f 1 ar, church and schools, i eedU cal m rates. For partlulars apply to L. ).
H* w v r' CFw r D the Union Central -Life In I have a nice seven qom and bal and for $2500.00 an get Woodward or L. Dtn Destin, F
200 W. Intnden f-ve srance Co., the great an cottage, bath, gas and city after, cr- 16t 160 foot front. MONsT LOAND ad tpe nylm*
2er W, totendnig five insurance Co., the Guillemarde and Jackson St., sial PIEW Shifttos.
rooms---........-....$10.65 nual dividend company. E- lot 46 ft. front by 126 ft. deep, nice lots W. IARua t. ear . u iua OROOMl AL HOTBL DePunak,
100 neBlo odv pern encec fUo car0nnece ary. eI and on corner; cheap. bl a.-New management; newly fuc

e, c el. v^ e eel S lent neighborhood, house nicely $;at Y t 1 New twoinw -oo ow L, Brootle an smpe leros;
2 nice office rooms, 315 1.2 finished and modern every way have been built on thi er per day. Mr. H. Stanley Prop.
... .... .... ... ... $300 block within the past year. . may.
oA-f.NT. for mIl work. -Must bJ No. 206 W. Gadden St., two story. We want all owners of property to MONT LOAIWD. o*a5 alas 1a pet.
r o. wo prte or n mt worok. Mut t seven room house, lot 4 ft. front by list with us anything for sale. We s5 p r at 4 a short otia PAK HOT --Why pay $2.50 per
Liyour property WIth u compett. Good wa to rig 10 f deep. H e newly papered will' soon have two active salesmen Te. ey. 3. W. blarft apatairo day when yo can get as good room
HWe wIl. f urnish-L L god man. Apply Saunders M11l O. and in good condition with bath, gas who will give their exclusive time to uI goet Plat, St, Pa ee 1144. and bed tor SMe. Cooleat place in
We W fu ish good temnanl Julylw. and all modern convel1ences, fne selling property. Don't delay but let ev Pensaeola. Special rates by the we.c
mi rn t ., '' neighborhood .. .. .w .n ..460' hs hear from you today or month. One block from postofflce.
WANTED-Agents wanted to sellrhas- fAST HILL RESIDENCEL Fire, Bond and Accident Inasurance uLINUMITX gouna OK mtesy toloam 2maay.
grade confectionary for man-atact-- .- t-t Agents. on 1 i Of 1ara-l..i property.
__. e to dealers. Salary $8.00 pet week On _. Cervantes _t., between 11th . .ates to btiano oto D M--o art lroe
and expenses. Address Huler Candy and 12th Aves., five room and hall cot" p loas New to mess Co* ....04m OLD MIIL INN-On bay af-t. Ope" u
Co, Cleveland, o. 12julytt stage, lot. o by 13 ft. inches d f L S B OWN 6 CO. Sacei ,el% S-:
S n ----a 'Iahious newetroar, clRne 1 -e rd fy waternerd'-e fr near school. "r v n a .g
Be TI CRAWFOURDa Aloiaet ateronf and houme, nice neiglibortood, two block: boatinS First class table. On clt c.

Tea Store. 11I any loose for rac ,Tetoloer-_ m -r"
goa at tr idaSt eateRefoni from car linem Can q n ea.oy terms S n n s M m fee bath dsmpl
ol. Apply with ... $. Wa.15.... . Or".RA NT p r o

I HWANTKWD--Whte barber. Must be__ heats. W. J. Co" e. .- Governmt street; et Th. e R atesit Aee Olad. MR.B
In I m l iI i -- Il llsU "B.JBT-tore at No u-Rates .-B p e da. .. Br
31W 61-2b S PALAFOX WAIWsrt-A bright young man to -rNBarbe poe y BlOk J and W I f l asS Ptreet. Apsly atroB

iII 0ll II sober and steady; ten dollars week j W. llOk Jr. sher Real I .. tate Age .
,Sopl Carrabelle, la k. BJ t Cor. Government and DeLn S writer. Pen la Ty er Greo Ra AD BOARDIG 100HOUSrs
V lll8 In -1D--A bright- young man be. Phone 637 building. Pbhoe 684K. Jel9 tg, buy a supply of old newspap,.s
teen the age of 16 and 18 years to GBO. JOHWON C-ontractor and put underehth and protect Only
IeI Wlearn drug business. Address P. 0. Builder. Will gi*v you estimates FO RIT-4. R. l gham has sto ve cents a bundle at this ce.
Sulye free on all work. Reps a specaty, a room *reent suitableI for
B.L IMox,IIP 65.e10u. City. S1nmOouly o ar o r ~ good .N_ HT L _O,=0 .lth
n,--iMen -ieverywhere;l J WI TE Ii othf "Istre Phone 9 ya. Ameic n pa.
of a Tfifa Cit'1 ,. J. WHOTT:& HaGO@ 'a ed machines Special sumerst-lass
ha1pay;odtb cirYalars adW W I TE D&ilr oorC acteof alvase OR RNT-A aloe room cottage every respect. Pleasaat and conven.

tt I PeaM AM to do d 100 Oakland Bank Bld., Chicago l Turpentine Stills pecially,. e, circular mouldings etc., I am n ow at $1500. I FisherReal Pr
some of It l, in the following lit: SJulylw* Geneva, Ala., and Graceville, Fla. prepared to do sheet metal work oC eey 4
H f blockl New City "trontin We have three new frat-class drill. all kinds on short notice. Stis WIn-i at twotor rei. CiWTRAL OTB CHIPLEY-Op.
Calal aare.. .. .. .. ... WANTD-arrier boy at The Jou. l machines. We are prepared to tion ed. Estimates cheerfully demo corner Strong and Spri St depot. Lrge ad well light I
Hal block In East King Tract, in al ofce. put in wells from four to twelve inches given on work in or outside the city. Apply to C. Q Turner. 1lmay r ree ample room. Meals at
Settled Athborood.. .. .. ..M i diameter and from one hundred to Chas B.Vetter Inde all hrs. Special attention to tra
Onz4ourth block on Toledo squa W- on sixteen hundred feet In depth. We Phone698. 26maylm FOR RIRT-Tw*o very desirable ellug men. ,2.00 per day. J. M. Tue-
New City.. ............ .00 WANTED-veryone to ow that our work promptly. We guarantee stores et floor of Manhattan Pr mar
Lots on 11th and 1th avenues, New The Journal has nile, c lean old o ifUl guarateon. If you will look around the o hotel, Coer OSrded t yles. .a
City, at..* .. .. .... *0 p~,ers for sale cheap. Onlyve ceamts We give the best of references. you will And a lot of ways In which Just complete and arranged in rst CHIPIM HOT Car tter
200u132% feet on ast Hill car a bundle you can use old newspapers You class shap. Por terms, particular4 Prop Special attention to commer.
line'.. .... .... .. .. .. .11250 can buy them In any quantity at this etc., apply ootoa & Watso. 29Apr c travelers. Free sample mad bat
Lots n Dast King Tract or We st W oomce. They are put up In bundles.. reoas. I are rooms with good beds
King Tract very cheap and on ea s WA irowo _W n convenient to carry and sold at Ave FOR RUfT-econ try 0oer o a.- s pe, a.n ;
terms. Improved property in Wet -. cent per bundle. dentstrutl jewelrytore. ltab
King Tract, netting 10 per cent-, on in. D-periencod. man wants a for onpr dl lstpu' I quWr tsor Sta
vestment. WANTD-4.econd hand roller top position as turpentlse woodsman. J I k rTihl, .I amaaer,. 716 South age rooms. L Dantil. y tp-pn sist lid day.
See s reard to ake View Address with full particular, Strictly sober. Can furnish some st Orders taken r. .
ty on iT .Plac N o Box 778, CIty. July. labor. Address Wbodsman, cae Jour- tents, awnings, amp stools anda ouse FOR 51-2-slory r licite.
etny Proaestonay_ n. a,, Prettvet paceCin New n,.. .jul.y16t g etc.Prices reasonable. a .IJM 318 W. 9e1n0on0 Applyt to Woler --5,_ ao Ja- Nioau.
City and ...s. _-- .ayo..... WANTD-4irst-class hat clean.-. lngrahai..-- Ap.lM m
n. M I WIl.A- A c.. iDOld hats made new." C n,, W rAN-TED-G-2entleman desires work of SHIP CHANDLU rS-McKinslte o e ,
m ~~ressing,-and blocking. mtistlon any kind. Address T. D. care Jour- g Co.. wholesale and ret p WANTD-al _t. ar sale or F T HOTL-,nead Flord.
u Sth W _aranteed Pan.a sc a w naL lljulylw* chandlers and grocers, only irat-las rent. leat or eae.. Tor bast. Rates $1.00 per day. Nice room,
.2 Z v Felt, 35c. Derby2, 2c. V house of kind in city. Fair prices to aU, ness respectfully smelted. J. A. Wi- good beds, table the bent. J. M. Fe*
IsL100 3. Intended street WN enographerand type- .OT. KIN, RG-Carpetscleane Ad,, W. t, Prop. 17apr .... I NTdnnrp einmi Iteet, 3i 1, asu
.. .. came In. 19 jainm writer. Business correspondence,' _utl _s.. .. 6"
% legal work, etc., solicited. Satist o- ting laid; turnfmitre repaired, polish. buildiftg. Phone 1if Ifst H.'TU V~itNON-Rates $2 per day.
WAtTED-All owners or pltry tion guaranteed. Edwin Reoe, Fisher edr sparked on hor tnoice at low _I_-. "_--",,_, Specal rate by week. Ipecal at.
!Bw ta tw a nts-Af owner O pult ii Phone 876. i1Julylw* prices. Leave orders at W. R Merri- tetloo to travel me. Free sam
.kq. +w that we ae aents for the co**l n n oe 7v 1y wether's, 112 8. Tarragona. Phone "le ro. Mr J. P. Maldla Pro
(arapteed to care rape, WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers 4.6Julym1apr.
i.-.sgape ar P 'd to kill leas 5an a bu- t S a b ndlapply at i os CARRIA-B repa- r and repa-nted. .OR RNT*-A ble- fa isted front
f Also their wonderful ea prNducer ee. hey are all whole clear lat built to order. Hoe shoe room with tBath room. Telc-
I 8. Meella n OI Pgat No. 234. i Iag a specialty. J. G. Welh Carriage phone No. S ectri lite, 415 F r
pr ALMAN-T, Copper and Seet eb W. rer. 11w*

.000 Art Iight ap ly oo -og gut eg1-- "2A M- tem m ules w" n
... .............. and repa.ring, -15 South Palafot Stu tw firing of ,l Itap, lat .S i I* N YO1 1
prii. a 5 PLn g C. e St Aeop 2j eel. -un.e. e Next tano Tuarealal ... Sta-y. Yr. ae 2 Iww
halls sadW 23 & D _. -aris p. i WANTU)-D. B. White wants Tyour saod U sterl2AA ln e d 1 B t Aola j a caunte
-+,5, a- Wo A a D- .Iearo ast anrow Ur hauin and transfer work stin- Mh TTRS M AMD. FUT.DTU --- r e
S ~i 500 f0action gu"ted Addres 101-.N Mattr-- mad. to or-e; old ___ ...!OS TUE LAWIOC lLAIR for sale 25
$ 4ii 5.V WOSh b "*" M "-etc. Sth Ave., or phone 98L r-i tI-, Newt.. t Km"n g lt" a Ranyan SI S. Paifde; '
halls sad 2 ..ea .. WANTT --pholst.ri.. and .. .
pmoveIente tet4_ o ear lime on Let .~S 7 I. resar >vm All brakag guamaae T. TUee. mI Itg. Co. C. T. Dvi MI. r" wi d. -. ,_! "m. i
hish golt ovedoiblagte the bey at &. 4myame, lo w wiring, eta. Pangs sea, Prep. 313 n Uljunea, JWfmtf.. &i ^*JA W ^ i ..


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st. 1'hone 236.
OR M IAT are all irstslas and t ss '
Sfull inspected. We llie hams, ti e to
bacon and dried beef . cldd StOf- VD t* Mn T t-
age is the best in the cityW alo fula Aetam. th sta e c
ile of staple Iand fanc 1weeerlm ea am'P As-m
ro delivery.. Coldst.. meIn t UAK TS
S city.. G.phers,, ckens. R w ing i fIIK
phone 718. or call at Mom OR, Oa W ......_I

Ap to E. H. Lyman, P.O. Box -L" culture a & and Go. Ilpltte amet i Naval slore.
APP" tO c. *re a fu- aate .stmT~ olasear that we a saruana o. Jiy l.-T n aval
l1j:ii, 1w of the amut of mt or meat food that we, e&ana, Ga., July L..-Te naval
OR SALE--entleman's roads horse. fi So b exav it mare closed today as Soo:
W.rern ony, gentle, .good addler tabm In ,loa and o .. the* .......4 90
,ad r.iver. Hinman & ecr eCo ch.ctr o tkhe m m aoft.... ..e. .......
tury, Fla. ,_ay estabatement, te m ea o he pr N.. .. ... ... 0 ** *** ** ..
yoR SALE-60x80 ft. oval tent. with Pritoras of te ,t Mmaet, a tWholeale and Rtell .. .. .. .. .......... 45
All poles, blocks, tackle and erwy- Sh other m lt as may b ..* ......4
thing complete. Can be sea at Pea- ueeMy euaIslM the Sewetary ( 35
sacola Skating Rink. Apply to F _A icultuz m d. $- whether I g-1,o 4 3-
.Brue.. S- ,c-* --i i . ..ia pt.i m. swj4 l. l -- i G s r oo *g*o *.. e *o .eo o e0..4 20
Bru.ce _.-- --i -w-. Cr ,, GO -, ..... ... ..... 4 16
FOR SALE-LO 11 to 1A. *i _. .a *. ,a .: .'. of . .. .:.... 3 90
being one-fourthofo w .. ..* ....
citv of Pensgcola, 200 fet og LJ _. t #4 E S su t T-r"i 5 c .. .7" nt".
street. 137, feet onf 1th avene. and To be eat.tled _An Ort..once to U nl..-i -Te 5 1 at
froning Harana Squar. New tMwo to .W IAaM A. ount Wrt in portlot..y co . a r
story, ,welve room hopes with base. o Lots Twenty-tow uA Twenty-Itv UU iMU 1
men and attic. House Just toslabd;:' of block Thirty-four of the Water U1 | | u||fl.Ft.OG V"'IA
rdn ed cellina .an at PU VVU V l
plastered walls; cabinet manila6 two "rt W ................. .
bath rooms and all modern coaveit.- AM B O ai o .j --l-F 3 L -a r* O-M'........... ................ ......
ences. The house baS aM and T" CTY O. A A: w .........................
eastern exposure and. one of the Sec. That "mec M aor ad City 4,Tlrl....... .. ...........
most de~rable locations 4I the city Cle r m hereby directed to execute .. ...................-................*L
beinz oly, on. block tro the dtret o aeUf. to Wi a A. Blo t a ... s- . _._. "...... .. .... .
car line G.d or .lo .kt1 t e .a. and do I fe. without V, N W ............... .... .... L
Bayou Tar. One-half ca. Apply the ty of Pe oola for ch .. C... ............. ..
_June. .Twe..ty4 of l.ock. .rty.ur of Jae. McHuh, .......&.A.
tha Wreter Vtpt of the City of PeRP- w iA4 a-.............
FOR SALE-TWO fine much owas with 03e as h are not heretofore been Pmone 105. p e Twv 1t., is
young calves; ca beao ae at NO c ed to the id William A. ---
123 E. Gregory. C. B. MoMlIlan.. tount by0 the Oo am Olarsiolr 5 a O hUek wmA l
p.jun. N sPointed and actng under the act of i..
iJ .the lilature of the stateor ofe r'ordalr .sI I. ,, L 1s
FOR SALE-Reminja typWrfuAter tl A A to Grant the Water s
Rem, care Journal. iuselmh lront of tho City of Pes elha jous. t. ceivd a- _y 2.S i5 ...
-ason.haveU1l4%,,itapproved June 2.It9. upon vey.fine jsto ailldea owits an us
CITY MAPS. F mealt tothe td City byth. & e said W ve.- c lle M
atson.ave Jus receive a larg m A p At f A-0t.hes.o-fe ,liverorders*promptly-inany m........
Supply of thelatest city maps,sihowng Hndred (WO .00) -DO .. l S-- vr.....*a --.
all of the subdivisions. The mopae Passed June 14th. 190. amount NowT Toik* MlN
official and down to date and o An p1rS lAe 18. It0 6...
mounted on heavy lnen. Regular CumBU H. MW. Telephone W. wb t..
price. $2150; special price os lotsa ot Ma w. G . ..
five or more to agents or real estate Attest: LE il I S.E E L5 17% "M., 2
men. Hooton & Watso. Sa C.. ]L 'T. S,, .,... :.. ,M 14 4 I-
FOR SAIZ OR .tT-Two ighte W d;d ft CM nv .
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. w.40--u-*g.. p a" LmV s .l. w
limber, the other thirty *bmv-ud ca- lcEcaWtA IP S UlIMa .__,,, l__....___ 5_ _, _
rad ty. Rates reasoable. Also twoF -,- R.A- +-.,!N41 J-W M.....Ji 1 U 6
skiff boats for sale cheap, 2n ft. I=&,.su,..- ,m o v
5ft.. beams. Telepheeor write J. AL; IUU01",Ynm. r Os I hU lrtl k M
Chain & Co.. MlUton. iU. Sm lawt -r -- r o
F-i i -.............

REGULAR HACK UNB-Prau Chlp- aSmmnr Week ay bhedut... and
ley. maiaN co anetions with mal _
launch for points a onSt Andrews bay. Train *a4u U1ftiqt Cuw" bOhduKie
Extra teams for traveling mnn. Goo
horses, ortabl violea. -1 .asll .. .
or address 3. C. a81clair, OCipley, W .
Telephone No 74. 28W Bt we po and- M bayei.
FOR SALE-Economise by purchba.s P ,.. Big +.
ian cholest o( lots on Mast Hill at *6 a..m. 9 -n-So p
$300 per lot, no present need of paying 7 aIn. 10 p.m. 7: ;1s30 p.m
$400 per lot and $750 or a 30 toot 8 a.m. 11 p, 8: "
strip of barren sand. Three beauti- .* 9. d .
lul sites of five lots each at $1500 for 10 a.m 10: 0
each quarter block; not over 100 Fyd. 11 i H r '
from electric car line. A. V. Clubba oon 132:50 p1 6
June. 1 p.m. 1:0
FOR SALE.-Improved aa m aprot 2 'lpm. 2:0
ed property in all parts of the city. 3 P.m-. 2: ,
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Eatate Agets, :330 p.m. 4:00
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phon 4 p.m. 4:0
172. g% 4:80 p.m. B_- -
5::00 p.m. 6:20
AUTOMOBILES.--I am anmt for. h 5:30 p.m. 6:00

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--. _+.-ODA .' _W "M ... ... . ._.....o '.. ur.. CA sw you aautoas :00 i.L 6:80 \ Saved His Comrade'a ife.
from $500.00 up. They oam lo than 6:30 p.m. 7:00 nWhM returning from the Grand
horses to keep up. They aaohbe _7:00 p.m. 7:80 ROUNDTRIP SUMM Army En apment at Washington
ln sand hoanywhre can a 7:35 p.m. 8:00 : 0a Otty, a omrade from Ml, IU l, was
Leslie E. Brooks. 8:00 p.m.' 8:0 taken with cholers morbus and was in
F O 9:s0 C ONVENTION RATES a critical condition," says Mr. J. E.
OR SALE CHBAP--One Rapid Ben- *Sturdr only. l Houhland, of ,don, Iowa. "I gave
singer Duplicator. The Fisher Real Round trip summer acurseloon from him Chamberlaan's Colle, Cholera and
Estate Agency. July ., , i w, Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved
Between PeneeOla and Fort all poit east to Pa o caMt s his lfe. I have boon engaged for t I
FOR SALE-Two return Tybular Boil- \ worthwt Zrom June to eptembr years in imngration work and con-
ers 50"x14' ready for Immo1dle 0. d- 15, with special stop-oer privileges, ducted many parties to the south and
livery. Apply to M. P. Goues & Co. Lv Peasooa v Fort arra ood returng to October 1, 10. w I always carry this remedy
8July T:16 i.m. :00 a.I N BIA.meeting at Los Angels, and have ysed it successtally on many
-OR SA - f.m. 1:I:1 N. ,m A. --e- ow--, lon" Sold by all druk ists.
SAB(Od f family nhors e. aua is.0 p.m. S:g00 p.m. July .9-18.
Abuggy); free driver, kind and gentle. 3:60 pjn :10 p.m. k meetifl at Deaver, Colo., July NOTIoM TO 41I PATI S.
Apply P. O. Box 597, City. 1u7ly e:20 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Is-L. It has come to our notice through
:~OR SA88-ho p.. 7 P :pi* BSummer rates to Colorado Juna 1 the columns of The Journal that our
anFOR Se A-ow nases, wall m *trday only,. to September 80. delivery is unamsfactry. The com. ,
tion Aas. AltP in .istlass coadi- -- otel Men's Cosvention. Parltsad pany~is going to send a represent.
eweler, Pens.cola. ndenstra2th Stem t ea a Ore., June 2.528. ttoe over each route to Investigate in
Use the splendid through Maryce person any troubles that our patronal
R sAL,-oM1 a.- m. will 4p betw, a Penass orthe southern Pacftc fromm New Or. are having. Ths will necessarily take
FOR 8ALEagister % BerU sire cola& and S lean; 29%0m Pacific ftro Kansas some little time. It ou have any
catalogue. Carl SeUeand, Chipley cy or C complaint, plee ot
laa. .as ailt scpl.. B,. 8or Bae Through Pullman tourist cars rom amnager at Once, and we will take the
raze lat M ibetws Washington. Atlanta, w y, matter up immediately. If you have
.OR SAL. -4...,d bhand5K of Br r e 1y"n44d 4lig oV c.. .i d from St. Louis and Chicago any complaint whatever notify us In
bo ler wil .heap p + P. e. t. border that our agent cans o over the
Ne W A l rite me for literature Wd er. matter with you when be calls.
New Method Lmaadry. llApril all tope. M elotio car makes all0 ,matom -0 t R & F I 00S.,
0s25....2.e. .- a.h. .,i- s_ .__ ? VAN RRW BA tW. 6. Garleld, Mgr.

Legl [Idvsiljimg a .1a ivbj06t t, o .a!. witHOt n S--- -Le-sa- "t lrl--i.r-lati-n-. R BBAN. T. P. A. AT "COMPT 4R'SI OPFICL
TO RA-La"AD AND OTJH*R rei h f. the 7:15 a. m. W. ELT, T. P. A. --
TRANSpPOTA=rON 00MPANBM train willm be o ly v or points The dog license tas have arrived
ND PROPRIWTOI O ~i~AUGAT r- beyond Big i. nd, winl not be Ta pt' ComptoSller Morgan is now
RING. MN &ATnASMN. ,SALTING received tr :f-. 5 a. m. | NOTICO TO SU Bi0Rmas. prepared to issue dog licenses. Call
PACKING, WDNG. O StMI. other WW ,,3 eytag Pet. hasbeen brought to the attetx of at the Theisen building and procure
AR S'AmTS.-Your at- sol not l. ., carry The Jonrnal that uaathor peres them. 10ulyst
tetion is invited to the fact at un- reight obr 'y it, t freight will hVe made attempts to T .qtI. Jour-
er the terms cc ale A t aIn eo ot be tTe o n Z a ha
A.t, approved June 30.1M o pe"=on b a 1.h a0 of +a" 4oletorl wh represet athe e rm of .iartn .Zelusa
firn or corpoedon sha, o and afto Theo 9:00 t may the city are Mesrs. 0. b. . by mutMal m t Giu.oIv
OCt,)bi ". 1 9 "r-'r coar *I us doSS r .a artnt O anss..i_-it, e -.-
for ,l I, ,-"and no, Cardier,= sG Crol mn R .k.ife e by Mr..atl1, -, w ll .-
rtt or foreign commerce half s ats gc ro are lso Tatlbillsandassa aell Indebted-
f-l.rrt, orreei-ve f_ or. __t,.aporw ,t45 atUthirIcT-i T he b siane swil Otm lu b tolt
tiio,*...- f _ ____ ft&-&-C- t.A 4 M W, ra nas baetcrWWM and-the -beat aft


Private Wires, N. N.. Y. 0.. and Chicago..


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Hewy 14 cevisgteu,
4L P. Melwerv
bDm hewdys
W. L. CAmsthe
AMs McfewAs

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W. & =e 09c.
T. F. MScgweum,
W.IL.Miltn$ ,
Dr. W. J. Ismeslm,
C. M. CovI.tono*

e. W. Lemor,
I. R; sounmders,

OL L clark

slaty dpi teat s far rest t 4, LSd n $5 the yaadr Mvahe apartlat
In cs6e5dcae far te estaPalonk m cuDe mmi .
Four poer oont intoroest Paid on Timo Doposlts.

L suma1e. T. WKLUB, V.-PWAMMW.

COtlzens N tional BanA
et PiMnMeloriu.
eV.WiiWht. Mor mer. T. B. WelUsW. Riz M. RobtalBm. L. IltN Msem.
A m 9MOM 896MESS TW M k!

City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
Denomination $1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturtag Jan ary
1st, 1926. Redeemable an. lst, 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually.

The Peoples Bank of Pensacola,
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r. al parts of __te c U... ..

The Southern Express Company ,
receives and forwards freight,
money, and valuables of all deswrp-
lions .o 1 pnrto of the county, ,.
with oonnetlooms for Canada, Mezl* t
0o, Havana, Cuba, European points,

I et.

The Southern Express Compary
operates on 8,000 miles of frnt. '
elai routes, and in connection with'-
the Adams Express Company, e
through way bills, with through ^
3ar and through messengers, p r,
forms a unified service, constite t
Tb. lget system of the kind a .
Ub world.
Moey Orders are old 40;
agenoes of the Southern Expr,
Coa pan, at reasonable hours.
aDint i ffiven and money Is whfe .s

W hift s theStrongest Inpulsein

Get the habit of '-saving and your
future welfare and prosperity is as-
sured. Maybe your habit is to, spend
too freely. You realize that it is a bad
thing and try to overcome it. Big for-
tules.had small beginning. Right here
is where we want to get you interested.

Constitutes the fund nicesuary to start
a fund with the First- Nati6l.-: The
saving habit will thea grow, and so will
your account. Four per cent interest

w.3. PIW. w Eas...J..Tv.-Pr.....dOM.,.
W. -am w. W. B]ak M ru wam e
Dsage-P.Q Jkrea7. W. A. Bloast W. I. Eaowisue W. LRyr. Jr
W e.Br04.

The Land,

of the A I T...
August 14th to September1 1st. Tickets 'i be
good ninety days frorp date of sale and "will aPw
liberal stop-overs. This it an exceptionally ilw rW
,and is open to tho publi. u- -'l .
Go see the National Museum, The CathWdral, %Sib
op. Palace, Chapultepec, Etc., Etc.
The land of the Manana where every street and
plaza has aome old legend and where it is possible to
forget you were ever n a hurry.
The Route is via Memphis and theo Iron- Mountain
oeue, Hietorlo San Antonio, Laredo, Monterey and
San Luls Petoal.

Tickets will be sold daily from points in the Soum
eals up to September 30th and will have a final Umu6
of Ostober Sst. This is the best limit wo have eve"
bad on Hot Springs Tickes at this low rate


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Our are Is t make a man
smartly dr8 or vest-

tc to 1.5.

But to go without coat or you
have to doff your suspenders and don
a belt. You can make both ends meet
here for

25c to $1.50. .

A variety of 6olow and
all stylish.


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b You.See
aMy window display of CIoth-
? We, tbat s only a few
Samples of the many luslde
.. tIam offering at the big
4, 4 off QABH Iu0N.

120 Per Ccii

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If of today is exemplified
in the Qualities of the
| Remedy.

Qaick. Certain, Agree-
bibe and Harmless.

Feiroae .by
Ift's -Pharmaoy

Mebe, Ala.

Yoo Need a

~lo A Summer

ere'v nothing better than a
Ietat Bue Serge. ,

I O eemfortable when you
sl't bear to wear'ay otbwr
4aad the cost its mall
'. are carryl a few of the
tt yen evewr saw, You'll
, Mrpria. to 5ad that uho
> t qoaitaesa ad se at-
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y man = should have. e*
Sthem. Se ear dank mints


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Pittlbmrs l, *Brookly* 3, Irst gam
fittws tr K, trookai . 0. New Orleans 1.
S little Rek 3, Shretveport ,
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SUttle Rock S. Shreveport 8, second

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AtlOtte Ceetlom of Luee P.001
and ArtSeial FlTower..
Lamp shades 61 antique filet lace are
the newest and mo3t correct addltlfoi
to a drawtng room and boudoir. Tbh
fashion comes from Paris. The ilet
lamp sW..des are very handsome In*
deed and are particularly suitable for
room' in rhbich the shades of the win.-
dows are made of the .se lace... .
The empire shape .Is the. mJot fash
unable for these laceashades, as It has


~ASE8AU# Aai.AT'

A game of baseba'I has been arrang-
S -S 0ed for tomorrow afternoon between
the Insurance Men and the John White
Store team. No adma sion will be
SI charged anvd all are Invited. The line-
S1 VI up of the two teams w1l be as follows:
Insurance Men-390ea, e.; Siddeen
20 207 8. PALAFOX p:; aRellue, b.; tenneyer, 2b.h
SQuarrdes, b: King, s; Penney, !f;
'Phillips, ef; LUcta, rf. '
WT'he John W1te Store Team-Pritx,
: Touart, J., p; anto, 1b; Caro, 2b;
GIIRrimn, Sb; Bliott, as; Touart, R., If;
ilTo-art A.,. cf; Dav:s rf.

P"" W2 en Maxim, the (mtious gun in-
AII i ventor, placed his gun before a cown-
..n.. .... . 11 milttee of Judges, he stated Its carry-
Gema &S ug ms er Ing power to be much below what be
enoa tofelt sure the gun would accomplish.
aled.* The result of the trial was therefore
Dunbaroog, Dr as, for Visace. a great surprise, instead of disappoint-
ment. It is the same with the lanw
VES Is IN PORT. ufacturers of Chamberlain's Clic.
M1--mahlP. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They
do not publicly boast of all this rem-
Arelheld, ter ss. Buney, 1767, edy will accomplish, but prefer to let
Swopopeunad, to RiS M. Robinson & the users make the statements. What
COD. they do claim, is that it will positive-
August Belmont, Br as, Barnes ly cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains in
MT, rHamburg to Gulf Transit Co. the stomach and bowels and has nev-
Buekminster. Br 9a Hadaway, 9M7 er been 'known to fal. For sale by
Faro to Jno. A. Merritt & Co. all druggists.
Carolina, Aust s., Bartullch, 079, WATCH FOR T OPENIG OF
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. WATCH FOR THe OPENING OF
Ceorea Itas s, Nalari 279f, .New THE MARLE HA.UL 8HAVING PAR.
York to Gulf Transit Co. LOR IN Thi NW Re"nt SUIL}.
Dunbarmoor, Br as, Barton, 233L .N4 NXT wEE.
Mobile to Hyer Bro. FOR *ALt.
arlswood, Br. as, )ay4 140, Pt. A lot of flne mHch cows from the
Inglis to J. A. Merritt & Co. Hirschkovhtz dairy at Warrington.
slawick Park, Dr s. Mills. 2208. Turton & McMIIla.
Newcastle-on-Tyne to H. Baras & Co. .
ede Aust. as, Zar, 2261, New WATCH FOR TiE OPUI NO OF
Orleans, GuX Trasit Compma.y THE MARBLE MAL G PAR-
GIawo s-, -t, r ,-ic"rds i iLOIR NxT9HE NLW 13t BU.IL.
New York. to Gulf, Trmsit Co. ING tEXT WEK.
Huttonwaod, Br. ss, Whito, 68s, St. .
Vincept .to Gul Transit Co. ,M,.. .
Mamiautt as, (I onaw inlch, 2571, The original Paunurus wa" so pOlft
Ph adelphia to Gulf Transit .
Megiea.. Br so, Raby, sm.Liver. of 109a55the hero of Virgils "Zneld;"
pool to f-A. A. Brown.*A& O.... sa.. sam waer s. V id
Westland Br as, Granger, 2001, Vera of him that In storm or calm weather
Cruz to O. Howe.- he *ever held his rudder true." This
Principessa Letitta, Ital ss, Monta- tfathful pmiama-,, however, being
nar,. 174, Tampa to J. A. Merritt & overcome by weariness or by an evif
0* spell, fell asleep at ii post,, and fall-
I* Ilag downward Into the sea was drown-
' e&. In literature his name has been ap-
Harvest Queen, Brit ship, Forsyt, plied to any one whoM fs the odce of
Rio Jaimeo to order. a pilot or seats as a guldk Wn troubled
Nor dtj) laena Nor ship, 1,5. times, as the ehief minster of a ruler.
Imaes. La Guamr to W. s. Keyser n me of the word has o referee
& 00 to the unfortunate fate of Pallnaus.
I- but to his duty as a belmamn.
Dgregorit GlIo ptte, Ital bk, 124.
Genoa, to RoMsao Bros.
Geoae aefr b'1 Irsen, 1$75. Hau. Old Chronic eras
buh -tot MoK OOr o As a dressing for old chronic sores
IKf N ino-. t b-X there I nothing so good as Cbanvaer-
,. S T kA c ja 's Salve. W while It is not advisable
I Als, IfL bk. 1511. M tano fro to heal old sores entirely, they should
Nolloth to a. er.. .. be kept in a good condition for which
I. La N 6. b, a, .. U, this salve Is especially valuable. For
anmburg toMoKem Oertng & Co. sale by all drftists.
Moarova,. Nor bk, 1449. Aase, .
bumr t or~ar.

spersee, or. bt, 83. ht11l. l As

loreet MoMtU9e to Sothera State |
ST,.ber 0,, U.,
I1%-", A

Afe is too o 0 tto spen
a s!xgle day of It in Idle
brooding. Select a cool
pot and get a supply -of




-and Imiaglne that you are
.a Miniokmft. This is a
beer of merit, yet soW r
only 10 cents. Those who
have tried 4 year, ow
still dia to becausee it
Onres pqegtly with
them. ;

been for those of paper and brocade.
They are made over a colored founda-
tlion in many Instances, but many are
also shown made over white.
The shade shown In the Illlstration
Is an exquisite creation and wint serve
as a model for the home worker. This
artistic shade Is made .of lace flounce
and sprays of artificial flowers looped
up with ribbon. Use a colored founda-
tion to harmonize with tin tone of the
room. *

A rFtal o0e.
"I wonder," said the. young wife as
she mixed the dotwh, "ywhy they call
this angd cakee?' "
!Probably," replied h rIlstMinn, "be-
eause a y one who, tekth i6- cake Is
In Immeagte danger of Ironming one."
-4 ladelphia Ledger. .......... -

lNafer-tlo Waste&.
Nel--rve got a new way to tell a
person's age.
Belle-Is that so? .Will you tell a19
ones age?
Belle-Tell me yours, then!.-Catholic
Standard and Times.
One ilm.
"Beo yo are a Jokesih," said the
editor, handing back the manuscript.
The ad eyed visit. admitted his
"Well.- resumed the dto, not un-
kindly, "the point of uor joke's myth
too."-Horntoi Post '

Reporter (to the manager of the
menagerle)-I underktabd there was an
aceedent of some kind here. Where
shall I get reliable nws of the at-
Manager-At the gnu's stand-Lip
pluaeott'p MagaIe.

M E Treimbe e*.s,.
"What do you do when trouble
strikes your
"BShout hallewuar
"Does that scare him off?"
"Yes; he thinks Im so happy be
takes to the woodsr'-Atlanta Constl*
t ftoa

A Slap Bask.
DBoroige So these are your rooms.,
If I were you rd live In more com-
fortable quarters,
Markley-So I would If I had Aa
halfts and dqllmrs rtat people owe

A Us"a Awahesmde

W mul UcwrMva USIu aklbs*L
The sportn:U public of the Pad&
coast awoke with a dark brown tasWA
In Its mouth as a reaft of thbMie-
rea-Nelson tight fiasco, and it will be
mauy a day before the followers o0!
the boxing game recover from the
Condemnation of Herrera and his
action Is general, and a movement has
lbwe started to have him blacklisted la
evTry reputable boxing club' In the
cowMy. Nelson and Nolan are thea
forest pair of men In Los Angeles, but
that albsot uaninmous approvals gliv
en for the stand taken by them Is
some ba tfo r the wounded feelius
and pocketbooks. Jefries' published
statement. In which he lauds Nelson to
the skies, Is particularly pleasing to
the Dane, who, on account of hs re-
fusal to permit Jeffries to referee the
Britt-Nelson fght, had not stood weH
with the ex-champlon.
Nolan made a demand for tle $1,000
forfeit which was deposited by Her,
rera to make the fight. It Is likely that
Herrera will meet this with a demand
for the $1,000 Nelson posted for ap-
pearance. Nolan is now with Nelson in
New York, where. It-is believed, a natsn
ber of good matches await the Dane.

4vcw 0

ELism-, THB -,HOME

I~t ~ it -i & t e office, m e ansS',cceus.
mocum -is a e vueto menm ,'pfnr
'M hesd ~ sd~~ no, heat.
le tk k rs4 W0MtIa, mumr m er vA ca
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a. PHONE 10.-
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AW 4j 0
TIMIS Aftewom anount 6a b VW'd In Death Claims
C ; liGIMTABLID mine* Its Ornullotion In 1869 UID to

am ForWm- k-. ------.---- -- ... .
on. wv T- 3 k o the close o. the year 1905. There Is no safer or better
The orangeof Syracuaesulveity on al spolaic a TI M QUheAB Send usyour
the stalwart backs of the second eight ei S aiQdd le. I
and on that of young Jimmie Ten,6 d d -
newot representative of that famOUS |6ow le B Gal Atts.
famyof oarsme n, l oe up In froutwo Pn o
loa In their repectve raes In the
fourth annual regatta of the American
Rowing association over -the H ley -
course on the Schuylkll, and the hbaL-I
ful of rooters that journeyed down to K
cheer them started back home with ii
wads of green and yellow backs, for
both were dark horses.
Young Ten Eyck faced a field o sev-.
en crackajack suHers In. .te contest 1
for second singles, but e took the led
at the quarter and won as be pleased,
talking back to bis nearest competitO>,
Iftoes 'f the Unterlty d A US BEVRAGE
The eight, coached by JIA Tm % I ck, -
awer of the scu.ler. o food.
junior crews as-Penayvantaala Look he Trade -Mar on Cap and -aLbel1
Harvard and showed the class that en4.
qbled the orange to sweep the Hudson ,, ..
m3 1904, and there was opera water be ni '
tween them and Pennsylv all the--
way from the half to t aTh h ygea ttl Works,
were never let out". l

Horace Fogel ,say& that Manager .. o U W W. Ph W 7.
Connie Mack of the Philadelphia Ajei- ,
cans seems to be able to get about.aty- .
thtkg he wants In the.line of players0_'0 001
except catchers. He $13has been on theC l tche a S
that can outhit his present trio, but .
somehow he cannot discover one. It Dot you thInk t s worth thatmount to have a kitch
was the general impression that n that s not heated like a furnace, so the ood house-
Screck hit about as wen s most wife won't swelter and bum up these bet days
catchers and, moreover, that his m ts
were generally very timely. The dif- u. df 4
faculty in finding good backstops is enot ; t $1 a 1hou and P t .
confined to Mack. Collins of Bos te
has had4 the same trouble, and Cifg Makes it a more economical ftiA than sa and wood at
still stare!a In a class by himself. their present prices. The oa4o*tt pyo gut In a cool o

The Cinetaudtl Club's Clmae.s.
The Cuncanti club has made these
several Important changes: Pitcher
Druhot sold to St. Louis. Pitber Gus
Dorner traded to Boston for Pamnr,
Pitcher Harper traded to Chicage for
Third baseman Lobert. Negot lations
are on for Out Fielder DoGbWherty f
-.w York, icd First aeMan Carm s
stated for early release.

That as soon as you notice the first
symptorn of a disordered Stomach, ILA-
er, Kidney or Bowels you can save
yourself a lot of unnecessary suffer-
ing by taking a few doses of the cele-
Stbmaoh Bitters
witbut any delay. Our t8 years' rec-
ord of cures is the beet guarantee of
its merit. It ures Idlgestion, Dye-
pepshi; 0os0 ,iv is,w-li5 nms, Hear.-
burn, Flatulecy, Cramps, Diarrhoea,
Female Ills or Malaria, Fever and
""*g 1. -

.. h e a ,t

ros' The tar laundry
sta" the hot weather sa
wel The irts we do

: kitceb is in addition to the saving dollars.

PoencaoIa Gee Compreny

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Thousands$ Each Day Who Are Looking' for Bargains lFor l\!

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Sale terstate.or foreign commerce. The
above mentioned proylsion of the law McMillan Bros Co. '
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barrels suitable ecessitates, either'the establishment f
SXLE- empty
FOR "dip barrels.* Address !If Inspection of:: a nctlce of eiemp- AUSLEY COMPANY :
Vucorich Cooperage C.. 9. S. Alcanlz ion by: the.Department Agriculture :- 6 TERRE HftUTERAILROAD I : i
IQj.w i on or before October 1, 1306, foall ,
St. phone35._ persons who'expoot to offer meat We are the PoneerCoffee ...

-MEATS are all first-class :and! or meat food products for trantporta- Roaster* of (INCORPORATED) 4 f
We slice hams tion In Interstate or foreign commercsa .' ".
carefully inspected. '-
and after West Florida.McHUGH'S BANKERS G BROKERSII
bacon and dried beeL My cold stor.age that date. To enable the THEDIRECTLINETOCHICAGO : ,
Is the best In the city: also fullline Department to determine the ceces-

of staple and fancy groceries. sary number of Inspectors and to MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FIX !
grant exemption all L'and
delivery. Coldest melons ia persons, fir.Jsand : :
chickens. corporations who do not now BLENDShave

the city Gophers at Ring the have inspection and who deal in meatOr. Private Wires. N. Y. N. 0. and .
phone 718 or Government and Alca- meat food products which are all points in the !' :
Eoquare. corner transported either in interstate forign .
nlz \, McDonald Moyer, lOjlw commerce, are requested to or send no equal.' A trial] North and Northwest. t f'1' ;

TCMS\LE-A good typewriter cheap. Immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture will convince the con ,
APP" to E. H. Lyman. P.O.Box -L" a fun and complete statementof Naval Stores. I j' J Jt

lljalylw! _ _ _ the amount of meat or meat food noisseur that we' Savannah Ga, July 11. The naval Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. 's. t f

s.\LE-Gentleman's road horse rcducts handled In Interstate or for make no extravagant stores market closed today as follows: '
FOR : ign commerce by the particular establishment ,vw.: ...4 90wa. Exceptionally: Low Round i '
saddler Reference First National
gentle good ? : and Peoples Backs Phone 11 73 ,
Western & Hecker. Cen- the location and the claims. .r >. .. ......480 I
&ai driver Hinman 23may character of the operations of the V.4 75M --- _ Trip Rates to all Summer ; < :
tarv. Fla._ establishment, the names of the pro- .. 460 l, ,

KR) \LE-60xSO ft. oval tent withal -netors of the establishment and Wholesale and Ret.1IGROCERS .4 45. -I-----. Touris Points. k 3 1.I '
: poles, blocks, tackle and everything such other Information as may be I.. :.' 4.40

complete. Can be seen at Pen- necessary to enable the Secretary of H..... 430to4345 -- f"
Skating Rink. Apply to F. B \Agriculture to determine. whether injpection 4 20 !
gacola 0.
Brace .jqly I or: ; exemption WILSON should Secreary. begranted.UAatES F.- 4 OS to 4 15 Habit t is the Strongest Impulse in Man D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers, i ,

E.410 G. P. &. .. :
and all kinds of Feed T. A. Cetera! Agent. i "
"FOR S:U.E Lots 11 to 15, Inclusive.beii D._.3 90
one-fourth of blocks Thin New Stuffs.Pluto C..3&() Get the 'habit of and Evansville Ind. Nashville Ten8" I 1 .

Citv of Pens cola, 200 feet on LaRua :: AN ORDINANCETo Spirits Turpentine 57. % cents. saving your -_ _ i
street.! 13'4 feet on 17th avenue and be entitled "An Ordinance to sell .- future wellfare and prosperity is as, .a.
fronting twelve Harana room New with basement two to :William Lots Twenty-four A. Blount and certain Twenty-five portionsof AU4LIY A C0.'. RBPOftTtUvtrpvol sured. Maybe your' habit is to. spend Pensacola Sf.} Andrews and ', I."

story and attic House Just finished; of Block Thirty-four of the Water. WaterWholesale cotton Mtrfcet. '.. too freely. You realize that it is a bad I' Gulf I
ceilings wainscoting and Front of the City of Pensacola:" m... Steamship.Co.
fibbed and '
hard- walls cabinet mantels two BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR Z&n.-7.b..... thing try to overcome it. Big for-, -: '

plastered bath rooms and all modern convem 1 AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN.' OF and RetaiL , ........... ees tunes had small beginning. Right hereis STEAMER TARPON. l' .

eneesThe hOuse has a Is southern of and the THE Sec., CTTY 1. That OF PENSACOLA the Mayor and: City I XarAert1iAprilhay...........-.I.M...._................ 1.88 where. we want to get. you interested. W. C. ARROW, Master.FIRSTCLASS '

eastern exposure and one Clerk are, hereby directed to execute Ka.l_..................................5,09 PASSSXGK g's
most derrabie: 'locations in the city Co. Jon Jmtr.......>...................... ....585! FREIGHT SEKVICE j
beia onh one block from the streetcar and deliver to William A. Blojnt a New Orleans Grocery luq.J.qut ..............-..... ... ONE SINGLE DOLLAR -BetwsnPENSACOLA. .
line and overlooking the bay and deed .in fee simple, without :warranty. $. ........................ 674 "
Bayou Tesar One-half cash. Applyto from the City of Pensacola for'such 8ept abt-Oetob r'.?.......... SM Constitutes the' fund to starta MOBILE APALACHJ. V.

J. .-\, Gray, 21 and 23 E. Garden.St. portions of lots Twentyfour'and Jas. McHugh o. _)JOTber ................ ......163! necessary COLA CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS ,', .
fjune. Twenty4ve of Block Thirty-four of XovsbsTDs..mbsT .......... ........ ."S3 fund with the First Nati nal.4': The :

the Water Front of the City of' Pen Phone 1O5. ProprIetor.Charcoal Doei&b.r-Janwy ........ ......._....;1.82 saving habit will then grow, and so will MILLVJLLE. .;' 1. ,.
have been
sacola. as not heretofore Liverpool
FOR S.ALETwo fine milch cows with Spots C18 And all potnU oa St. Andrew Bay ICarrabetle
young calves; can be seen at No. conveyed to the said William A. your account. Four per cent interest and Apaiaahic.Ia.SCHEDULE( | 1 ''

1:3 E. Gregory. C. B. McMillan. Blount (by the Commissioners. appointed New York Cotton Martnl.Of paid.FIRST. .. : .
\ and acting under the act of 1
10jun HigU Low OOM '.
the legislature the State of Florida, j'
I of
January 10 4V 10.51 10.i6 1047 Leave Sunday.: t:20 at \ 4
FOR SALE" -Remington typewriter entitled "An Act to Grant the' WaterFront March Ion 10 SS 1056 10.58 m.. for Mobile Ala. 1 I _
"Rem care Journal. 6junelm 'of the City of Pensacola, Flor Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:39 "
We have just received avery 11117 10.20 10.22 10.23 10.23 p. : .
I'a," approve June 2, 1899, upon payment .brut IUD 10 M 19, 3 1028 m. for St. Andrews ilillvUle Apa. ', ', .
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & to the said City by the said'Wil- .fine'stock and will deliver September 10.33 10.41 1088 10.37 NATIONAL BANKOF lacalcola Carrabelle and lnt nnedlacpoints. j"'

Watson have Just received a large liam A. Blount of the sum of Five OetoUr..............198 U.43 10.36 ia 7 1'. .
supply of the latest city maps showingall Hundred ($50000)) Dollars. orders promptly in any Memtor.10.43 10.47 10.41 10.42 For additional Information apply] tJ .1,. .:

of the subdivisions. The maps are Passed June 14th. 1906. .. amount Xiw Twrk Spots 10.83 PENSACOLA, FLA. J. B. S UND S. :,

cffiaal! and down to date and are Approved Uune 18. 1906. B. B. COBB. Prelldat. ) : :.,
Boosted on heavy linen. Regular 363. .. Geo. Prt. and Pass. J,. ,. .: .
CKAS. H. BLISS Telephone Wheat W.H.KKOWLS*.Pre I. W.K.Hrra,JR.,V.Pr and C >iler.T
price. JS50: ; special price on lots ofive Mayor. W.Barn and W.N.BOBIBTS As t.Caihlert.DlUCTOB Pcnsacola. TIa.LVMSYILLETLRRE .' '- "
op.,1 me lAw a-. -T.Q. Brent W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowlej. W. K. KYll'. Jr "
or more to agents or real estate Attest: SEWELLWoodand Jsby-7736 71Ji 'l'i'U 'roi D. Q. Brent.C. .. ; 'L

men. Hooton & W .tso:1. gmay C. E. MERRITT, t.MM :._..77H 1f i 77* T8 .
Clerk. \
FCR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters; Coal Company Crn. .
HAUTE R-R-1 : '
OpeD High Low Oto
for : -
with 75
one capacity thousand ft. .J
Jnly .53 620II 5214' .. .
lumber' : the other thirty thousand capadty ......._ 5603. f
Rates reasonable Also two .
C.W.UM1R.President PFEIFFER. Assistant Casiier.H.
ELS: boats for sale cheap 22 ft. long ; BY .E.CLARK.Vice.President and Cashier. 1.W.ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier. .' I
5 ft.beams. Telephone or write J. A: RAILWAY COMPANY. New 'Y.rtt. Stock Market W/-I/
Chaffin & Co.. Milton Fla. 25ma FREE MAIL ()pea OOM -:
Soethirn Pacific..........._ KX 6614Oupp.r. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK -r _% 'a. r.-
REGULAR HACK LINE From Chip- Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam ....................... 9714 y.t.0.L. '. ji .. ., !\: r:
Icy making connections with mail BOOKKEEPING ANO'SHORTHAN ........,.............. 129 -a I : -. ''
launch for points on St. Andrews bay. Train and Electric Car Schedule, .Ateh......:....'.:.;........... &ni 81 OF PCNSACOL, fLA.- _' I .:-:.
Extra to FITS persons in each who county will,desiring within 80 to tk ....B.................... 144 143'4B.B DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY -UNITED STATES. .
teams for traveling meL Good Effective, June 19,1306._ expand personal 8SKD instruction thla notice to either otDRAUGHON'S days .*-.............. 7S4 73 f II : 'J tL
horses, comfortable vehiclesCall on A ..... .. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.003. . ...... 118X 116 "
or address J. ,C. Sinclair Chipley Fla. rt*.:.-......:X......;.....- I 40J 39* -,/

Telephone No 74. 28apr Between Pensacola and- Big Bayou. C.?.! ........,JL,4........M 4914 88 DIRECTORS. .. ;.' ;_
U. 8.............:.........:... Mi KSM Henry L. Coving ton, Frank Re Illy, F. E. Srasner,1J. J
FOR SALE-Economize by purchasing -LT. Pensacola. LT.. Big Bayou.. UL.pstsrr.d.............. 10114 10)14n.e. M. Pfciffer W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar. )
choicest of :ots on East Hill at 6 'n.m.9.ipm.. 6:20 '10-30 p.m gjihdJ4FC ........".....:..;.......... 24 28 Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saundersj. .
$300 per lot. no present need of paying 7 a.m-1O p.m. 1:301l30.p.m; LaI.........Zf: -.'! 14114 J41 A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton, 0. E. !Waura.w. .
{400 per lot and $750 for a 30 foot 8 am. 11 : Montgomery Atlanta. Raleigh, Co., Lead........................ 7414' 724 L. Canthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng.' i '
strip of barren sand. Three beauti. 9 a.m. p.m.8:30' :. I lumbia, Shreveport, Dallas or Jack, M.P.........._........... 9134 99% Alex McGowin C. M- Covington. M. E. Clark. .
ful sites of five lots each at $1500 for \. I L C..........._........ ...- 1711 17514" .
each quarter block; not over 100 yds 11 10 a-m. 10:30 'f son, Miss.WsaTso Ca.Pr.o...............'..._. 15014 158% Safety dtpc jit texts for rent tWO, lUg} and JA tile year. frivate apartment 3,
a.m. 11:30
from electric car line. A. V. Clubbs. 12 noon 12:30 P.m.: teach BY MAIL enocessTaHr. ot If.T.O. 130>i 12117" in connection for lbs convenience of customers. p J .{ .. ,
SJune. REFUND MONEY: Law, Penmanship. Arith.cartoonlng' P.O..i.
1 p.m. 1.30. I metlo, Letter-Writing< Drawing; &'D'O.ft...................... 121H174H' 12014 Four percent interest Paid on Time Deposits. .
FOR SALE.-Improved ana unlmpro. 2 p.m. 2:40 -, Business English Banking etc. 5p ..............'............ 174142514 : :;
ed property in all parts of the city 3 p.m. .3:30 ,. Capital 27 Colleges 1 7 years'in 15. .teLJoO bust.nese ;.' I............................ .
J. A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents 3:30 pm. 4:00 > men. No vacation;enter any time. Writ, L...........' THROUGHSERVICE .
Room 7. Salisbary building. Phone 4 p.m. 4:30 for c&ta1og. rOSOTOIS secured or BOUT KFOIIEI 1'.0.' .-,- .... lil 142* VIA I i. :,t.
.- YOU MUST morder to lret Home Stndy FREE, ... ..........
172. 23Jan 4:30 p.m. 5:00 wrjtenowjhns:"Idedre Ttokno PanDA 12514 lmVf L HILTON aRBSS::! ,PKVSTDIIZ. T.E W :r.LS3.!: VIOPBSID!. L.&F4E.&T.H.and C.&E.I. .:.i. <
5:00: p.m. 5:30. more&boutyourspeotafflome8tudyOfferrnadeIs ..........__ ...... 143X 1 VestiIJuled Trtlns
through Dally 'f
th" published at. 2 2)) 'I
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the 5:30 p.m. 6:00 ** Citizens National Banff NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO .
Pope M g.Co.and can sell you autos 6:00; p.m. 6:30 x Saved His! Comrade's Life. THROUGH 8LEEPERSDAYCACHE9; ,' I
from J500.00 up. They cost less than 6:30: pm. 7:00 % ROUNDTRIP SUMMERand "While returning from the Grand' ot Peaaaoola.! J'lorld&D'llICrOR& HEW OftUAVS TO CHICAGO! I. ,,
7:00 7:30 Army Encampment at Washington OTNINO CARS stuviio AU. MEALS EH nourc: .-1.
horses to keep up. They can be run p.m. < comrade from Elgin, Ill.. was I .B.Wines. Biz M. ,. 0.H.BILtMAN,t P.A. S.L BOCEXS'be..Aft .
in Hand or anywhere a horse can go. 7:35 p.m. 8:00: City a Gee. W.tTricbt. Morris ear. 1' Rob'nson. I Hilton Oretn.H -. t'
8:00 8:30 :- .' taken with cholera morbus and was in' {"
Leslie E. Brooks. pm. GCKCgJU. BAWCING BUSINess TRZHSUCJCO .... f
t.l t.-
9:30 -* a critical condition says Mr. 1. E. "1'
FOR SALE CHEAp-one Rapid Ben Saturday only., I. > Houghland of' Eldon Iowa. "I gave ---.-,----- \! ,!-<
singer Duplicator. The Fisher Seal trip summer excursions from him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and< : t 'P

Estate Agency. ljul Between Pensacola and Fort all points east to Pacific coast and(.. Diarrhoea his life. I Remedy have been and engaged believe for saved teD City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. [EXPRESS CO.To

northwest from June 1 to Septembe: in immigration work and conducted .. SOUTHERN t' 1
FOR SALE-Two return Tubular Boilers I Barrancas. years Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1906 :Maturing January\ .
50"xH' ready for immediatee de 15. with special stop-over privileges' many parties to the south and. 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. 1st 1926 Interest Payable SemiAnnually.WE !

lIvery. Apply to M. F. Gonzalez & Co Lv Pensac la.. Lv Fort Barrancas good returning to October 31, 1906. west. I always carry this remedy O'FFER FOR SALE THESE BON DS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. IN .-/
juyFORSALE.Good! 7:15 am. 8:00 am. N. E. A. meeting at Los Angeles, and have used it successfully on many AMOUNTS TO SUI T PURCHASER. .' \
':50 a-m. 11:00 a.m 'occasions. Sold: by all druggists.

buggy; free driver family kind and horse.gentle.and 12:50 3:50 p.m.p.m 5:10%:00 July Elks 9-13.mwting at Denver Colo.,"July NOTICE TO ICE PATRONS.It The Peoples Bank of Pensacola, r' .1
Apply P O. Box
:_ 597 City. Ijuly 6:20 p.m. 7:00: p.m. 16-21. has come to our notice throughthe

FOR __ 8:30: pm.* 3:00pjn_ Summer rates to Colorado June 1 columns of The Journal that our Pensacola, Fla. -
Show cases wall cases Saturday vonly. to September 30. delivery is unsatisfactory. The company ;
and safes. All in first-class condi- Hotel Men's Convention. Portland,, is going to send a represents

tion. Apply to P. Lindenstrutlv- Ore., June 25-28. tive over each route to investigate in all parts of the country. : f ;
Jeweler, Steam train leaving Fensacola at
Pensacola. Fla. 29jlm Use the splendid through serviceof i person any troubles that our patrons r i
7:15 a. m., will stop between Pensa Southern Pacific from New Or. This will take I
FOR the are having. necessarily r : f
SALE-Registered Berkshire cola: and Big Bayou only to take on
Union Pacific from Kansas time. If meianAZTEOTO
I little have
; any :
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for passengers .for' points beyond Big leans some you The Southern Express Company: ,J'l
City or Chicago special complaint, please notify the
Fla.catalogue. Carl Setterlind. Cnipley, Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort Bar Through Pullman tourist cars from I manager at once, and we will take the receive and forwards freight, : ,' ,

rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between Washington Atlanta, Montgomeryetc. ,I matter up immediately. If you have money and valuables of all descriptions ,r ::'1

Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put ..' and from St. Louis and Chicago I any complaint whatever notify us in MEXICO AND RETURNONE to pll of the t '; '
rOR SALE from parts country,
-Second hand 25 JL P. off passengers beyond Bg I'
to California. order that our agent can go over the '
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to Bayou. Other steam trains will make Write me for literature and Infor' matter with you when he calls. FARE PLUS 25 CENTS. with connections for Canada, ileiico i ,

ew Method Laundry. ISApril all stops. Each electric car makes all CONSUMERS ICE & FUEL CO. ,August 14th to' September;' 1st. Tickets will be Havana, Cuba European points, : j

-= stops. mation.J.. F. VAN REN3SELAEIC W. S. Garfield, Mgr.. good ninety days from date of sale and will allow. tc. ;

The subject above to schedules change without and regulations notice.- General Agent. liberal stop-overs. This is a- exceptionally',,.., low.. rato, The Southern } .1 .' 4'i
Express Company
Peachtree Atlanta. Ga
jea1 Advertisements' 124 DOG and is open to the public.: J. i-i4 .
Local Freight Regulations. BEAN.'T. P. A. AT COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. National Museum,The Cathedrals, Bishops operates on 30,000 miles of first- t' :
R. O. Go see the
? .. T. P. A. .. ...L__......__. .,... .,.._. i
T0 c.. IVELY... ''" L' I
p'aiace 'ndpUILC"'C class and In connection with
-o (
RAIUUXABS AND: OTHER I Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m. I routes .
license arrived and
tags have street
I Tho dog the Manana every
land of were
TRANSPORTATION; COMPANIES, train will be received only for points The the Adams I :
Express Company on .
LtD and City Comptroller Morgan is now has tome old legend and where It is possible to Ii
j (PROPRIETORS Big Bayou and will
OF SLAUGHT beyond not be
TO SUBSCRIBERS. to issue dog licenses. Call in with J' ;,
"UNO. MEAT-CANNING SALTING received later than 705 a. mAU NOTICE prepared forget YOU were ever a hurry. rough waybills, through -;
I to the attention of at the Theisen building and procure is via Memphis and the Iron' Mountain
PACKING has been brought The Route i _
RENDERING OR SIM! other Week Day trains leaving Pen. It jars and through messengers, performs ,: :
them. lOjalySt San Antonio, Laredo Monterey and j
WR unauthorized Historic
ESTABLISHMENTS. at-, sacola not later than 3:50: p.' m.. carry The Journal that persons __ __ I Route a unified service, constituting i: t :
tf11tion is invited to the fact that unlIer freight for any point, but freight will have made' attempts to collect..Journal San Luis Potosi. : .
The three regular NOTICE. the largest system of the kind ui '
the terms of the .Meat Inspection not'be received later than 20 minute> subscriptions. AND RETURNONE 1
.Act the in The firm of Gartland &: Zelim has TO HOT'SPRINGS ii
paper .
who represent I
approved June 30. 1906 no person before scheduled departure of trains. collectors the world. # < & .
firm or 1It train the city are Messrs. G. Lambrecht been by mutual concent, diSo1Tekand : AND ONE.FIFTH' FARE ". : i
: Sunday
corporation shall on and after The a. may business in future will be conducted Money Orders are sold ei all +
Octjb Pl. i. 1905, tran.sporr offer carry light, perishable irelght under Gerkens and Carlton 'H.' Cuabman.Wallace the Ticket: will be sold daily from point in the South .
Caswell and! Chas. F. Stew by Mr.. Gartland who will collect agencies of the Southern Expr ss' .Z i1
B. )
r final limitof
by 30th and
j trarsrortatlon, and no' carrier o( some circumstances special per- and indebted east up to September will, have a
wicrstat rr foreign commerce haIl mission. Electric car will 'not carry ard are also authorized to make collections all bills assume ; October 31st. This is the best limit we have ever Company at reasonable hours. Receipt t L
business will continue
The t\i !
or receive for or :packages of any description In the city and their receipt ness. Tickets this low rate. '
jransjnrt transport freight of I had on Hot Springs at la and is refunded J.
heretofore and the best j given money
the office. Do be run as :
n acknowledged by .
from State medicine urgently needed. will be I
one or Territory or except '
> 1t-
the District of Columbia or to any Shippers are requested to bear these not pay carrier boys. Don't: pay' any everything will always \e given to the HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS.TO if order is lost. t; .).
I i1 i1I
race: under .the Jurisdiction of the regulations In. mind, that inconvenience .- one who can not punch your receipt patrons. ] ARKANSAS. TEXAS, OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA. I This is the cheapest way to send ; t : .

tnlted States or to any foreign country 'may ot'becaused.'rhesfreight cards. NOTICE. I INDIAN TERRITORY AND' MEXICO. small remittances by mail or other' :j j I
regulations sabject to
any ,
carcass or parts thereoffat "
14 Z. These'Tlcketswhich I
i July Miss Beatrice
Beginning Allowed
*- or meat food thereo 'without.-notlce. Mgr. Circulation. OH Days Limit will! be on wise. .
products change
i will take pupils in voice pianoana wU
"wch have information 'White will be sold on
further regarding '
not been Inspected ex- Any ,
sn1oed' and marked "Inspected ant passenger:and freight. schedule can be tlocui-on at her home on East HUt JULY 17, AUG. 7 AND 21. SEPT. 4 AND 18. OCT. 2 AND 16. r'
I 810. t.
5Sed" in accordance with the had by applying the general once CREW NOTICE. Phone LIBERAL STOP-OVERS. .. I II
terns of the law 'and with the rule of the company.. Neither the captain owners '
of the NOTICE.I Go See the New Country. Nice clean old '
lad consignees :
relations! prescribed by the Passengers ,are earnestly requests nor papers !
a have retted from the Home Mill Literature Mailed on Reouert.I. .
secretary report to"he general "Carolina" will be responsible Free I ,
Of Agriculture. All promptly -
t1emPtion to inattention to duty or discourtesy for debts contracted Co. at Bohemia, having disposed of I. E. REHLANDER.. for sale at this j joffice.
'raty Agriculture may be made of retail by the butchers Seof -- office any on the part of employees and by the crew of said vesseL my'interest to C. P. & C. F..Gonzalez, Traveling Passenger Agent.Chattanooga ; papers, : .It ,ii
the future operate same. I '-1 < I
who will in Tenn.
of service. .
and criticisms
retail dealers, In meats and to make specific i
)L F. GONZALEZ. .il <
nat food products supplying theIr ,JOHN W. LESAD.EY. GULFT TRANSIT CO. Captain, .. s.1','
wstomers through the medium of Manager. Consignees. July lOtfl 190G : < 't''

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I Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and ; In Gold! P. LODGE :, The healthy color of the skin is given to it by the millions of little red J "J'

4 corpuscles m the blood. These are the carriers of nourishment, health and ,: tF'
strength to all parts of the body-m other words the life of the t ;f'
ji very ,
Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND : blood. When the germs of Malaria get into this vital fluid they destroy 5 ..

i PIMPLES IN TEN DAYS, USE ATNOMA : these corpuscles and rob the blood of its rich, lifes-ustaining qualities, ren .e, ,- ,-
dering it thin, weak and watery and unable to supply the system with the t.r:
By e. N .UE BECK. needed strength to resist disease. 669. The Complexion. Beautifier Then the symptoms of Malaria such as ]: : "-,

jU u t t c _. t:. < n_ Jl pale, sallow complexions, weak vitality,poor appetite, deranged digestion, a': ,
L. general "let down| condition of the system and perhaps chills and slight !! "

== h iUUante.ed,and fever,show that this insidious disease is gradually affecting the entire health. } '
"MY AFF4NITY.:' N. a di noa onrefundeda G. C.: Henry Horsier Presided at Malaria must be removed from the system through the circulation and the .; ,

Iobe maid with golden hair and lustrous -I The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. I it fads-to remove Ceremonies-Town of Noma medicine to accomplish this is S. S. S. It not only cleanses the blood of all r .

eyes. the very worst cases and beautify tin impure unhealthy matter, but rids the system Malaria and restores the :

'\\ io knows a lot' yet never. Is too eamftmoa in twenty days. the blood to a strong, healthy condition. S. S. S., besides removing the germs 'f f ; '
wise- trifle less than Mrs. Edward Jooes, "Mouat Sterling on f lof Malaria, builds up and gives tone and vigor to the entire system by its .,* ;;. !

Her knowledge say a. Kentucky, writes' i fine tonic effects. Malaria is a blood disease, and S, S. S. cures it because ;. .1 f. .

mine. In- Special to The Journal. it is ,a perfect blood purifier. Book on the blood and any medical advicq I". ?
who to argument doth not "I feel it mr.du to tell you the SousaNadinols "
And cLne.A Ii! A \\\t\ lk I 4!! III L' \ mortification bM been with to me. I had snfleref Noma. Fla. July 11.-Hon. Henry without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.Prescription : '
untold freckles since child HorsIer,grand chancellor come up from ,

maiden who though: learned in the F: rc'i' i !.hood.mended Having creams used ad all lotions the highlr with recoic aiarf Pensacola Monday and instituted a K.of "," ,
/ hesitancy I bought your entire treatmea; P. Lodge here Monday night with 'j "
took After giving it a fair trial I taoet aenrtl- twelve charter members The mem- !need have no terrors for yot f T'
afraid to go down stairs and recommend it, for it's worth no i
Is not cool '4 .s U\thI IH I (told to any woman havine freckles.weighs You x ership> is very small to start with, WASH DAY if you send your washing to t,,, ::
Nadinol is the only thing I have ever me/ but Noma Loise No. 96, has a very .
\\1ose pastry's' deWWhose :light, as, are the summers :. l i \' I 1 with grand.access Wishing. Your yon Uadme the deserved Face Powder success,! bright future as its membership is TheNeivMethodLaundry, J ,

lobster broiled brings ne'er a I am sincerely.: composed of the very best people of PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST VOMAKASTfl .: .
:; the town and all of them good workers -
touch of blues. : Price 50 cents and $%.00. by leaOAiraggsts with jplenty of good material InsIght '! 1 1J

bird that wltihin : or maiL Prepared by the to work on. About thirty visitors r WIO The Jeweler will be in his new stand in the new -

"Who grillS a so -. Cct' Co. were present including some from the J r vii V I 10 in few In '
jour mouth -1 tIt : National Toilet Paris.Tent Gtacevlle, Chipley, Geneva Slocorrb i i Brent Building a days. the fteactimt i ;

smells like butter, in' ,the balmy" ) and Headland Lodges and also from he is ready to serve his trade promptly in th3 old stand. '
South. Pensacola. t. ,
\Vhos strong on rabbits welsh, on GULF CITY COFFEE CO. Brother Horsier knows his business .
cake, :* '
pudfrnjs. ----J'------- -----------
to'' and. certainly deserves the office he : "
and flapjacks, not I
Spring lamb steak. H. CHIPMAN, Manager. holds.. It was quite an honor to I I '
mention Noma Lodge to have him with us to I
Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of institute the lodge. He left Tuesday f: .
frowns makes
who never or
"A maid evening for Graceville on a visit toJraceville. PrecisionIs

I complaint things. that should' Fine CoffeesOUR No. 83. There was a PUD- j '
many ;
Because lis instalation! .of officers there Tuesday -
t beain't.'V1io COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL! night.

greets whatever' comes .with GROCERS, GIVE THEM A TRIAL AU visIting!brethren are cordially Invited -

: Those: cheery dress smile is ;always chic and- In --- I I town to come on meeting up and nights be with every us whenIn :Monday a certainty here. No matter how !; 4"

: style. her improvement. She will return "
the -I "Z45' \-' through Texas, visiting in Houston Noma at 8 is o'clock on a p.boom m. now.. Moybin' simple or how complex the prescription of j'. :'

I .Who, if I'm late In coming home ate and" San Antonio and her hosts of & Co. have built it is filled here ,'. .
'en. -' : :- friends trust'She may return in the fall a shingle stave and your,physician maybe, by an '
wood mill and contemplate putting in
think to ask me where on earth # cnitrely) restored. and .:.t,
Don experienced registered pharmacist .
..* 1 a grist mill in connection with the

Whose Ire mind been is e'er intent on ways to 'k \ ( : 41.4L Mrs. T. H. Jones and daughters wood!D H.mill.Morris. Jr. visited- Geneva double che ked. Only the best and purest }:..' '.

Miss Ethel and Miss!! Sadie Jones ana
And please so contribute, my daily ease. spending the summer with Mrs. S. Tuesday.A. drugs known to the trade are used, and only ; I.,
C. Lee of the firm of Waters &
___' Robertson \Varrington.. such as the physician asks for-you be :
"Whose of bridge is always one /y Lee. went to Graceville Tuesday to may 'I''I''I'

that game wins Mrs Leilas A. Eakins of Mobile, is witness the public installation of offl sure there will! be no substitution mad :
I cers of the K. of P. Lodge. l .;: .
d'a her Mrs. J Dennis
Who has no taste for pearls and visiting mother. '
'-' -
mond pins; MODEL FOR SUMMER SILK WAIST. -r- Wolre for a few weeks. We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions : .

Whose voice is like the dulcet night- 'A very charming model for a lingerieor the back. The full elbow length allr. Alfalfa For Horse., which is eloquent evidence of the confidence J ;; >
Robert J. Meek :Wednesday It has been well established by feeding .:
spent -
ingale's, sleeves are finished with a lace trimmed
soft summer silk waist is that1 of
Yet nevr practices upon the, scales. the illustration. the original. which turn back cuff. These yoke waists in town,. the guest of Mrs. Leila that alfalfa is excellent feed for of both the physicians and the people I 1-;r \"
allow of very elaborate trimming J Simms. horses. Fed with corn, it makes a
'Who thinks that I am right whate'er employed a cream colored coleen poplin tucking and shirring, as the maker desires + well balanced ration for horses though in our prescription department. i.1 .<

I say; a soft sheer poplin weave with and often times fine pieces of MilS Emma !IJoyner of Bagdad, is a change to oats and bran mash occa- .':;

.Whose family lives sixty miles away; moire finish. The yoke is banded with: lace which have been used before and visiting her sisters Mrs J. N. Andrews tonally is well for variety as horses .,:

"Whose father deems her such a treasure -five rows of fine Val insertion and, finIshed laid away come cut looking fresh and and Mrs. J G. Joyner. will change in'rations as well as other ,. ". .''

dear I with edging to match. The' new and are lust the thing" for these animals. But alfalfa hay can alwaysbe 0
He gives her say ten thousand cash waist is tucked in clusters of the depth: sheer summer waists. The poplin is 'Mrs. William .B. 'Lamar Is visitingher relied on. It sometimes occurs that W. A D'Alemberte I J.... ;
"Mrs. in Atlanta.At .
a year. of three inches, which gives a becom'ing particularly effective in the buildingof mother Toy .
horses will eat too much alfalfa hay, 'I '.
'.' bustline fulness. The back isoked such waists as the sheen of the material .
*If I could somewhere find a"girl like > to the waistline ;which does gives a.very dressy appearance social functions! flavor' your deli- and:care should be taken to regulatethLs.Farm' DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY if ifNo. J. 1.. :'

that' I away with the taggy fulness which I to the model which may be seen witha cades with Blue Ribbon Vanilla extract : Progress. : ;
Within her hall I'd gladly hang my precludes any possibility of a blouse in I swell tailored skirt with good effect. and get. the famous "Blue Rib 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109 L
hat, bon Flavor"IceCream Catarrh In Horses. ''
it44 i-
i:And settle' down for 'aye contentedly, For- horses that discharge from then : ...
of affinity. Miss Ethel Robertson, "Miss Edna! the dust. j steam-the nostrils twice a ("
day by
safe 1n the"John arms Kendrick my Bangs. Chaffin, and Messrs:.Walter Fell, Jim "Not yit," he said--Reader, Maga Supper.On putting s two, ounces'turpentine in a pail I ......o..4.4. .. t 4$..4.4.4........4....t444.04.04 'I ,,;

Smallwood John Seely Martin STones, zine. the lawn at the residence of Mr L
-4A bold it under the ani ; i
of boiling water
'" Leb Fell Adrian G: N. Curtis; Tog E. Cervantes, Fri.
Eugene: Pearl. Old- :
JOLLY MELON .CUTTIPGCN mixon Jasper Wa ener. 'Mr. and Mrs J 'H Smithwick and day '7:30 p m., July 13, given by the mal's head (but not near enough to I, f : ;
MOODY BEACH TUESDAY. minutes at a time I You Want Get jMarried :
for Do
I -4- family: leave-to-day for Moultne, Ga, Ladles' Aid Society for benefit of East scald) twenty to
A jolly crowd of :Warrington girls: MR.AND MRS. WILSON1S MERRY where they will spend the coming End Baptist Church.. A cordial invitation and continue it for a month; also give j.

rave a watermelon cutting Tuesday HOUSE PARTY BREAKS UP. month.. is extended, to all. one dram sulphate of copper at a dose A

eight on Moody Beach complimentary: I twice a day in bran mash and continuefor i
,to the bot 3. I The merry summer reunl deff'gbt- Sirs Mary Kline and three children, WATCH, FOR THE. OPENING OF a month.American Agriculturist. ;

After singing songs, paying! games. house party that has been so of New Orleans, are visiting the for- THE MARBLE HALL SHAVING PARLOR ?

,snd enjoying other amusements and fully entertained by lr. and Mrs, J. cer's 1 sister Mrs. :W. R. Fell, of 817 IN THE, NEW BRENT BUILDING Thunderstorm and Soar Mlllc. i i ; f..i

the melons, the party Teturned home il. Wilson at their home 305 West Seventh Avenue. The primary cause of sour milk is + .. "I":a
I about 11 o'clock Gregory, for'several .weeks past NEXT WEEK.COBALT'S + : II.
all declaring they the growth of certain bacteria that are
j liad enjoyed ererything. breaks up today.Mr. The Friday Euchre will not meet numerous in the air and : :And can't do so because you are not able to buy a : ':
Those in the party were Miss Salle I and 1r&. Harry Wilson and 11 with Mrs. II. E. !Holst, as intended VALUE TO EDISON cannot be kept out of the milk. These I! housefull of fruniture? Cut out the worry and go : -fl'f f .; '
....ones of Pensacola, Miss Flossie tie son, John Powell, of Suwanee: Valley but with ''Mrs George Hoffman, on + '
j Sweeney, (Cslissiildred Oldmixon, left Tuesday for home. account of the illness of Mr. Hoist. -, are most! abundant during damp heavy + ahead and get married. We will furnish! the house + 1 ;,J '\! ;
Mr. and 31 rs. Lee 'MaoDonnell of laventor, Predict Traffic Revolution weather, which usually accompanies : .
Tampa, leave this morning for JaCk- Mrs Sallie B. Cummins has returned .- M ResUlt of Find IB Carolina. thunderstorms as such weather h i nicely for you for only a few dollars down and the j r

r --- --- ---I snoville. where they! will visit Mr.' from ,a business trip) east. Thomas A. Edison who has been recently particularly favorable tolbeir( development balance a little at a time. Bring your best girl in i:1:1 ". i

MacDonnell's relatives '1 efore going -+- at AshevUle N. c., on a prosp hence the popular notion that i and pick out what yoa want Bedroom Suit as little :'..,' i:, J 4 I
!! home. he has made some make milk sour. i
Mrs. E. Mead Wilson is in Grand ctJng tour says thunderstorms: '
During the summer + Rapids having a swell time. She was wonderful, discoveries of cobalt and : as $20.00. Chairs; 75c deboards: J15 00108x110 : :;
NEW BAPTIST PASTOR HAS the guest of honor at a large dinner JaYs, "I will reduce the weight of .f r

we receive Rev. Thomas M. c Galloway the new invited a number of charming women cent and the cost of traffic in cities 55 + : :' .'/)'
Were Content To Take Things r
to meet her on July 7, the news- People

L a fresh shipment of his pastor interesting of the Fim family Baptist of wife church and two and 1 plimentary.Mrs.paper account. of which Is very com per cent"Mr.. Edison Frederick Otto John Miller Easier Than Now. I MARSTON & QU1NA, i i r'i!

I litle daughters eight and four years two experts on minerals from the If our forefathers could beho'l! the

old who have been 'guests of Mr. and Ceo. Villar.and two children Orange (N. J) laboratory and John modern locomotives automobiles and S.Pakfox St. Phone 148. Pensacola; Fla. 't j jI ;, 1
Mrs. Charles M. Oovington at their her Morris, a battery expert, left New York electric cars, they would hold uo their : .i '

\ Nunnally'sCandies handsome! home :on North: Hill l, have Bond accompanied l left Monday'by niece.for Westville Miss Helen to city on May 19 In two large White Lands in astonishmentThe :................................... ................. t i;i-:.;
stage coach was fast enojgb
gone to housekeeping, .
visit Mrs. Villar's mother, Mrs Adams steamer automobiles and came direct -
On Monday they moved Into Mr. :North an then-people were more content to ,Ij: \
1. to western Carolina says r
Leslie E Brooks' residence, corner take things easy. PENSACOLA 805'505 '
Miss Susie and Miss Mattle Stearns Ashevllle special dispatch to the New I :
Guillemarde and Jackson. one block Tney used to be satisfied with any I 'j'
expect to leave in a few days for witha
York Herald. They were equipped
west of the church. tort of a hair lotion that came a\>ns-
.' Hendersonville N.. C. camping outfit and assayers' apparatus if It did not prevent Baldness" they CLASSICAL SCHOOL.! Ice Cream Factory j.J. r
I i BAPTIST LADIES TO MEETIN and have been into the rural districts thought it was because Baldness could
t :Mrs Elizabeth Barker: and little j
since their arrival at Asbevtlle.Mr. net te preyented.It's t
I PASTOR'S STUDY AT 4:30 P., M. grandchildren are in Manitoba for. the know thge'InS I can furnish you cream In ; '
Edison has given out the following different now. People
and will the fall SCHOOL FOR BOYS quantity. Satisfaction ; ; ,
summer, spend in PREPARATORY I any
The Missionary! society of the First Interview: cause Baldness md thit Nabro's *- I '
I Every Tuesday I Baptist church will meet in the pastoy's -St. Paul and Minneapolis.. "There is a streak of cobalt running Merpicide kills the germ, thus AND GIRLS. I guaranteed. t
and Baldness PHONE 1326 r <,t
study this afternoon at 4.30: curing Dandruff! preventing !
(Mrs C. U. Levy and two little sons from a point Just east of Nashville. Seventh Annual Session Begins Sept. SAM BOSSO. Prop. .
this will be Mrs. Calloway's first left Wednesday for Chicago and various Tenn, into this state and I must add .: i
A. D'Alemberte 17, 1906. I' -I
meeting it Is desirable that all For sale byV.
and Friday very : points in Iowa. Mr Levy vimj that some of the richest beds I have -
121 :
the members and apothecary of
should be present.MR. druggist school limits the number ,t
I : <.in them later In the 4 season. found have been in North Carolina. ( street or send lOc I nstampj; This received to such as can be' PIANO SHOPPING. :

I AND MR3. PINE AND My discovery! means a revolution 1Jithe for sample to The Herpicide Co., Dtroit *- pupils I!.i I Dont 'gO piano shopping with the [:: .
i\ 'Miss Susie Angell and brother, Mr electrical world. It can be seen Mich. taught leadIng sole idea of seeing bow cheaply you aI !
t This insures the I' FAMILY RETURN FROM CAMP. I i Irby Angell of Birmingham,, are visiting very readily that_ more automobilesand It prepares for and entrance technical to our school-,'I can get one. Price of course, choulii "' "i ;

I Mr. John Pine and family returned : ,their aunt and cousins,Mrs.\V. electrical vehicles will be built universities useful citizenship!i I be well considered, but a question of f i'

; perfect freshness of from a fine ten days of camping and : M. 'LoftIn and :fam:ly, at their new because the cost will be placed within and for thoroughness intelligent of its instruction! greater: Importance is one of QTJALITY i J i :
summer residence,on Bayou Toxar. The If the Pianos we !
fishing up the soiled- The i you bay any of
flshing was its '!.
I the reach of many people who cannot is best attested by the records of I "
I excellent and I Fell we guarantee there quality' :n
they caught hundred
: these candies all trout, reaching town last'one, evening. I The many friends of Mr. Bert !Icil afford to own them DOW. r When You Drink students who have In entered our Instance lead the greatest degree. Easy to buy and t '
at have universities. every
Capt. Joe Pine will leave this raorn il,Allister regret to learn that he Is very The electric vehicles been under ing have entered for collegiate easy to pay, makes it possible for I ;,
Lug for Mobile after enjoying a visit ill at his home on East Gregory. a great handicap because of the where they have been admitted anyone to own a piano : ..- :".
wark they
times We and the trip with his parents. I very heavy storage batteries we were i CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE '
Soda clas I I
are : (Miss Laura Quigley daughter of forced to put in them and also on account Kandy Kitchen to- the sophomore 1 Pensacola Florida. f
NOT AL.L.HIS.L1F. Mrs. C. B. Vetter whose health has of their high values. When 'I Instructors trained: in our leading t.IBlyExcursion t.
Two I I been delicate for.: some time left Tuesday automobile propelled by educational institution
now selling gentlemen were traveling in can equip an the student
more drink the best, of science for experimentwork.
for Mexico City, accompanying you
one of the hill of Kentuckynot night the cobalt system the weight will b! One of the best equipped school
IMrs. Caffey, and cleanest
her cousin. freshest
long ago ''bound on an,exploration one-half, thereby giving the'new machine in the south. J .
of them than we for pitch piae.: ,They bad been driving -who has spent the Vetter.past two Miss months Qulgley's an enviable advantage over the m de- Our soda. dispensers gymnasiums For catalogue and further! inloma- 1.
with <(Mr.< and Mrs. -
for two hours without- andknow
; encountering in Mexico will depend" on ones now in use, and when the price is are experts tion address.H. .
a human being when they came reduced BO as to place them within the how to mix soda CLAY,.ARMSTRONG, Prln.. .
have done before In slght'of a cabin in ..By.. '
ever a clearing It T reach of everybody it means that the drinks in the proper 909 N. Spring St. ", .
was very stilL The dogs lay where I
I I horse is a thingof the past style-know just what to
they had fallen the thin claybank Gadsden Street iJ
have left a force of men in tour -
grazed 'round and round ia a greatcircle "I: put. in them to reach SUPPLY ICE, r
Food : this state where I found {
Strong counties
( to. save the trouble of walkIng. perfection. f
'C I r and one' lean lank man, whose garments the mineral and they will make thor FOR EPWORTH LEAGUE ] \
were the color of the claybank' I engh Investigations as to the quantityto I T

mule, leaned ,against a tree' and let giving longer'.staying be found. They will report to me.

time roll by.. ,-- : power and I may possibly return here later in COFFEE Until our ice house, which was destroyed Afternoon July 13' t:

Sol Cahn & Go Wonder if..he can speak: said one the summer and further investigate my Hot Biscuits and Rolls every : by fire at DeFunlak Friday Friday ,
traveler to the'other.Try than meat discoveries. I am fully confident that 1'1
at 5 o'clockI July 6. can be rebuilt. will supply
I him"-said his companion. 1 found here will enable J "t.
what I have ,
*' ice to DeFuniak-and adjoining places:I On the large and commodious stem
The " you dor said the Northern- start out on the work of new I .
Pure Food me to .
Stor daily by
express.PENSACOLA I let Monarch.: Boat leaves ':00 clock I
i vehicles propelled by cobalt batteries ICE DELIVERY CO.
er."Howdy going to Lifo; Saving STation and for ir A1!
? remarked the Southerner
the !
firapeNutsTHERE'S' Most of the cobalt now known to I
Soalh.ett C mer.Ptltfoi and.Inteidencia languidly.. -: .scientists of the world' ii found in Kandy Kitchen Cafe. I FOR SALE. ; a run in the gulf. Returning ia time k. 'r i

"Pteasaat country.!* i American for cars. Refreshments on board. r 'iI
and Australia, and from
France A lot of fine mitch 'cowS
?Fur them that! :likes it," I I. ,, 104 S. Palafox. Phone 999 4 '
Phone.1Jl8' hampered because of the at'
** 'A, .REASON. industrieS are Hirschkovitz dairy Warnnstan.. :
"Lived'here all your life.: l 1 distance it ia,from the manufactories." I Turton &; McMillan. Fare 35c and 25c *

The Southerner spat pensively in 'Ir.-j :

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;1 Every Advertisement: These Columns' Read by

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; A "THINK" $1450-Mce 5 rooms cottage. North and
j 7th. Avenue near Gadsden. Good Investments
$1700-Elegant 5 room' cottage. East
Cervantes. BARGAINSA

$2500-6 room dwelling. North Hill ts
r near R. E. Lee Square and Large two' story house; desirably situated within a half blockof

t} FOR YOURSELF School No. 1 Bath, gas, electricity 'Palafor: : ,street., .. ......... .. _-. ._ ... . .$3 O
all modern.
r For Sale450Three
$3150-7 room dwelling North Hayae FINE PIECE OF "! A comfortable one- story ,cottage, splendid neighborhood North

$3500-Elegant residence East Gad .--PROPERTY ON THE Barcelona street. .. ...'...... .. ... '.. '.. . .$170()

Y __ Suppose you who'haven't a tome of your own. or do den. Gas bath and everything room house N. Alca-,.
The east six lots of block\ 24 ew City Tract overlooking both
'j i have not own a quiet a piece"think"of real with estate yourself.just sit Ask down yourself ani, $4000-7 residence North Alc;?. RAGONA in' good $6000 condItion per. year You, bay and bayou .. .. ......... .. ,.. .. ... .. -$2100

why you should continue to, pay rent; why continue nix, right, on car line. Largelot STREET. THIS won't find a better investment Three dwellings with large lot, northeast corner of Wright and

<:;:, throwing your money away; or rather giving it to ; modern improvements. BARGAIN WORTH LOOKING for the money. 'lavIs-streets;. .. .. .. ....... ... .. ... ... .. .. .., .5
;_ someone else, and for nothing in the world but ,their ,$3150-Large dwelling near: School No.

receipt-that's all you get to keep. We have sev- 1. FIVE LOTS AND A All of block '120. New Citj Tract containing twenty lots. . .$303o;
: that be bought with but little
eral properties can a ,
11 more than that same rent money-a hundred or so HOME SITES. IDENCE, NEW CITY._ : Cflft-Lot 60x130 oa East Jack. Two cottages on large corner,lot on the northwest corner of W

down and the balance on easy terms. Better talk to AVENUE AND .11th UUU son; beautiful building site, Jackson and, 'B. streets.......-..... .. -.. .. ... . .j1000
: none left like it; buy' the
us about it and what we have on our list No
doubt we have see something that YOU would like. $ 600-Lot on East Jackson half- block, BARGAIN IF SOLD AT lot and we will build you Five lots on the southeast corner of Sth avenue and 11th St. ,$I153
.. line; 60 by 150. the home.
$ 700-80 'by 137% ft. East LaRd" A one story and a half dwelling: at No. 331 East Romana St. .$1200
half block .of car line. Overlooks I
bay. < .- Four cottages In block 31, New City Tract.. .. .. .. .. jiggg
f $1250-Quarter block. 16th Ave. and I McDavid-Hyer. both blocks 113 and'
t Pensacola Investment Company 10th street; 200 by 137% feet 1 JOO-Takes. 24 King lots. each containing -l All of block 121 West Kine Tract containing 24 lots.. .. _$ 800

facing east or souL Agents New York Six room dwelling on East Zarragossa St., near Seville Square. .$2150
a. H. tPALBHBERTE City Manager. I $1000-160 feet by UHf: {facing southon ---
East Cervantes/overlooking L'fe' Insurance
t W. INOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON: Secretary.J. bay and tayou. '3flfl-For block 115 East King
.L STILLMAN V,Prex. anl Gen. Manager. SNOWIES HTEX. Tmiom.Kael -
8 E. Government Street.t I sJUU Tract. between Alcanlz HOOTON & WATSON

.: Estatff Loans, General Investments. lESUElTBROOKS t and Hayne. ,
Phone 7CC. Pensacola
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. I,!i Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

.= Phone 442 Fisher Building 1 SCO- -7 room cottage on corner!' PHONE >> No. 37 :so PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "'L\
7th avenue and Cervantes
; -- --- ---.". '- -- .
Lot 83x150. -

j i FOR SALE HELP'WANTED--.' Are.You Looking !I --- --=

-f FOR- RENT I 7fl-43ets a neat 5 room cot Money to Loan. HOTELS.EAST .
New eght! room house with hall,lOtiAre. WANTED !
i-:: a Home on Ift. s.IU-tage; lot _40xl32r all modern ,
.and 16th St. This place has to be improvements, new, MQN4Y TO LOAN-Everybody borrows PASS-The place for

f seen to be appreciated.. .. ..$1750 .By. I Local agents in every Hill ; and well built good neighborhood v, money from Jno. A. Hall &; tion. Good fishing and bathIng.a vac, >3j*-

t; Lots 3, 4 and 5. block 140. New H. T. CRAWFORD town in West Florida for ? convenient to Co.. 14% E. Government St. When in and shady; good board at reasonable::
cars church and schools. need call on us.
City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$600 I the Union Central Life In: I have a nice seven room" and for $2500.00 can get I 1 Woodward rates. For or particulars L. Destin apply L Fa D.

Blocks 125 and 126. Petterson Addition 200 W. Intendencia, five surance Co., the great an: cottage, bath, gas and city II lot 160 foot front. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal ljulylm
r. water front new six room ner of Guillemarde and property on short notice.

house on same.. .. ... .. .. ..$1,600 rooms_____________$10.65; nual dividend company. Experience lot 45 ft. front by 125 ft. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W.
neighborhood one (block !Alfllots.. W. LaRua St. car Romana. Phone 1165. itch COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DFun,
3 Block 63. East King Tract.$2,600 100 FI r-Blanca! five rooms unnecessary.I line. ThIs! place is a : line and on corner; cheap.flflFr Fla.-New management; newly fu.

I Lot 7 to 14. Inclusive. block 171. will call and instruct No. 812 N. Barcelona St, six I MONEY TO LEND-On good real es nished; free bath and sample rooms: ;

t,,- New City. .. .. .. .. .. ....$1,600 and hall-_______1___$11.65 you. reception hall bath. gas, city : 8 lots in block ::39, tate security >or on good'collaterL1: : good meals and good beds. Traveling .
t I excellent neighborhood house I vu New City; two new houses at lowest nataL Leslie .E. Brooks, men especially solicited. Rate \i
I J.A.WILSON'&Co.Real 2 nice office rooms, 315 1-2 B. S. Williams, finished and modern in every II have been built on this Fisher building 2lJan per day. Mrs. M. H. Stanley, Prop

t J South'Palafoz. General Hgen' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. block within the past year. 129may.
No. 208 W. Gadsden St. want all owners of property to MONEY LOANED on all kinds of'per-
r! Estate Agents, List with CARPENTER competent. for Good m'-ll work. to Must right b seven room house, lot 48% ft. with us anything for sale. We so al property on short notice PARK HOTEL-Why pay J2.50 psr
your property us. Saunders wages 150 ft. deep. House newly L soon have two active salesmen Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair day when you can get as good room

f Salisbury _Building, Room 7 We will furnish good .tenants; man.12Julylw.Apply Mill Co. and in good condition with will give their exclusive time to 28% South Palafox St Phone 1144. and bed for 50c. Coolest pace: >:a
and all modern j i property. Don't delay but let finer Pensacola. Special rates by the we<-K

and prompt returns. neighborhood .. .. "., .. .. near irom you loaay. or month. One block from po5toffice.
\\'t.\z.'TE'D-AgEIits; wanted: to sell high
EAST HILL RESIDENCE.On j' Bond and Accident Insurance UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan 22may.
grade confectionary manufacturer
i Prolessionatilirectory to dealers. Salary $13.00 per week 1 E. Cervantes 'SU on all kinds of personal property.
and 'expenses. Address Huler. CandyCo. and 12th Aves. five room and Special rates to business men on large OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Opcn
., Cleveland O. 12july3t tage lot SO ft by 132 ft.. 6 S. BROWN & CO. loans. The New. .York Loan Co. 204% June L Large. airy and de'igM'n!'
South P
i T. G.. YATES M. D house new. crty water.-'near ly coot Good fishing bathng; acj

H. T. CRAWFORD \\1AKTED-Competent: matrons and I, house nice neighborhood two Sell Lots" TheisenMiscellaneous boating. First class table. On t'h"'
r OPTICIAN guards at Florida State Reform from car .line. Can se'lon'! Bldt. trie car line. 15 minutes ride from ci"-.
School.! Apply with references to Wal $1550. FOR RENT Regular boarders and trsnient'.
: 306 THICSCN BUILOINWM. Fe&l Estate and Rental Agent ter Rawls,, Sup .himWANTED X i 'Terms reasonable. Address Old M< '

FOR RENT-Store at No. 32 W. Government ,Inn Pensacola.: Fla. 4m? ,
315 1-2S. PALAFOX -A bright young man to t I street. Apply at Boston,
: D. HOWE List your property with me .
work in BROWN HOUSE-DeFunias
store. Apply to PensacolaTea Srnnp
hereby challenge 8julyFOR I
I ATJORNEYAND COUNSELLOR LAW Store.. "; 11 j will sell it. horse for a race Friday after! Good beds airy rooms, *l*>git

at Kupfrian's' Park; -.half' mile: RENT-Some nice stores on E I :meals; free bath and samplr roon-: ; .
14"4 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. WANTED White barber. :Must be l5dec.'I W. J. Corner. Government street;- cheap rent The Special attention to traveling ml'''.
Will Double In J. 10-JUlY3t.1 I Rates $%00 per day. J. R. Bro
sober and steady; ten dollars week W. Bullock Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly M
ilSSall1 TKXt to tV to start on. McKIssack's. BarberShop ; STEARNS I.Prop.
; Woollen users of morphine, Carrabelle Fla. 10j3tWJAlS'TiiL The great modern type, FOR REro.7Fiveroomcottage.. East
opium, foodum. Cor. Government and Pensacola Typewriter Ex Gregory, near Railroad shops $8 HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUS' S

caine elixIr or of whiskey opl am.eo*- e. 315}<{ 5. Paiafox., Phone 379. per month. C. R. Yaeger, Thiesen -Before laying your carpet or m-
0Dr large book of particulars Value Insideof )-A bright young man .Phone'637F. 'I building. Phone 656. june19 ting, buy a supply of old n wspapr:i
PIU on homeorS&IIatortum tween the age of 15 and 18 years be-I : JOHNSON- Contractor and to put underneath and protect it Ont:
tret* learn drug business. Address P. FOR RENT- A. R, Bingham has five cents bundle at this
A AND jfflent,Address Dr. Box 625. City. Will give you estimates : ;:: _storJnitnre 1 I a office
: IB. M. WOOLLXi on all work. Repairs a speciaty.: aOt: "IU AUI' nUI., uu.aDle lor lur'l I -
) tc rwHN.pnrorstrAtlanta: F. J. WHITE & ,1053. 6Julylm* or other goods. 104 and 106 HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the a YearThat WANTED-Men. everywhere; 'good South Tarragona street Phone 639. year. American and European pat.
pay; to stribute: circulars adv -Having installed machines Special summer rates. First-class: 'a
matter tack signs,; canvassing. Artesian Well the manufacture of galvanized FOR RE."fl'-A ,nice 5 room cottage every respect. Pleasant and convenient .
is what a great deal of real estate Address National Distributing Bureau For Saw Mills and cornice skylights cornice 'gutI on N. Spring St., with bath, gas. etc. Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., P.Q-
; l in Pensacola is going to do and 100 Oakland Bank Bldg, Chicago 111. Turpentine Stills circular moul lngs.etc., I am now I'at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate sacola. Fla. 15apr

some of it is in the following list: 6julylw Geneva, Ala.. and Graceville to do sheet metal work of Agency. ljune ----t
> Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Half block In New City. -fronting We have three I kinds on short notice. Satisfac
' Jocpa= Lodge No.6, 1. 0. 0. F.. Calalon'a. sQuare..' .. .. .. ....$750 WA 'TED-Carrfer ing machines. We new a53ured. Estimates cheerfully FOR RENT-Elegant two-story residence CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-op.
-:' meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 Half block In East King Tract, In boys at The Journal are on work in or outside the city. corner Strong and Spring! Sta. depot Large and well llghtei
office., put in wells from four to twelve
settled Apply to C. H. Turner. rooms. Free sample room. Meals
; o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont neighborhood.$703 in diameter and from one B. Vetter, IS W. Intendencla. lOmay .It
, Sal One-fourth block on Toledo all hours. Special attention to tra -
'. Baylen streeL Visiting brethren square, .
.. art cordially Invited. New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$800 WANTED-Everyone to know that sixteen hundred feet in 25maylm FOR RI'rITTwo'very: aesirable cling mer *$2.00 per day. J. )j. Tangle -
T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. Lots on 11th and 12th avenues.New The Journal has nice, clean old papers do our work promptly. We you will look around the house! stores on first floor of Manhattan Prop. 13marl-a

\ J. W. GINGLES, Sec. City at.. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$200 for sale cheap. Only fire cents satisfaction.We will find a lot of ways in which hotel.Just Corner Garden and Baylen. --.--
give the best of completed and
I arranged in first
200x132 a bundle. CHIPLEY HOTEJr-Can
: % feet
; 31jaa6m. on East Hill carline can: use old newspapers. You Settert'nd.: '
-.. ..__ .... .. .. .. .$1250 buy them in any quantity at this class shape For terms, particulars, Prop. Special attention to commercial -
j etc. apply Hooton &,,
; Pensacola Lodg. NO. 3. K. of P. Lots in East King Tract or West They are put up in bundles 29Apr travelers. Free sample and bat.>

r meets every Monday evening at 8 King Tract very cheap and on easy WANTED Wanted to carry and sold .at five FOR RENT-Second rooms. Large rooms with good bed*.
story over Un.
1:: o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall terms. Improved property in West per bundle. denstruth's Jewelry' $2 per day. ISmarlra
.; over Pen stable W. Intendencia ,St. Kng! Tract, netting 10 per cent on in WANTED" -Experienced man Suitablefor
; Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. 'LL'iTE'D-&cond hand roller top offices sleeping quarters or store
as turpentine H. PORTER saimaer: 716 South Lee Darlell. BAY HTCL.-open night and day.
j J. A. KIRKPATRICK. a c. See us in regard to Lake View Haven ., desk. Address with full particulars, Strictly sober. Can furnish street. Orders taken for age rooms. 24apr >European plan. Rooms light an 1clean.

HI HORSLER K. of R. & S Property. Prettiest place in New P. O. Box 778 City. 8July. labor. Address Woodsman, awnings, camp stools and couse FOR RE\7-S-room. 2-story Cottage Transient trade solIcited.

: Meetings of the City and is 01 Bayou Texar. naL l etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan. 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker 575-579 8. Paiafox. Jas. S. Nicolas

; Knights of Coiumousare WANTED-FIrst-c'ass hat cleaning.Old lugraham. Apnl20WANTED. Prop.
: held at their haJJ, I 'D. Hale Wilson & Co. hats made new. Cleaning, W.-\.ED-Gentleman desires CHANDLERS-McKinzIe ,
}It., 6 No. 8 West Intenden. Phone 234 pressing and blocking. Satisfaction any kind. Address T.. D. & Co.. wholesale and retail ship .-Real Estate for sale or FERRDLL HOTEL-Bneads, Florid

I cia street, on every 15 South Paiafox euaranteed. Panamas.. 50- n. Straws. nal rs and grocers only first-class: rent, lea e or exchange. Your business Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms,
-'o 1-ft.",..... __A_'__ __ 25c. Felt. 35c. Derbys 23c. ----0'Victor of kind in city. Fair prices to all. respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil good beds. table the best J. M Fe-
,I '-1r 9' T3; '("lUll:1 In-U I Louis 100 E. Intendencia street. All WANTED' -Stenographer and KING-' son. Real Estate Agent. 22% W. Government -ell. Prop. 17aprH
- t E7 vltatlon fa extended % i come in. 19 jnim writer. Business Carpets cleaned mat street Room 7. Salisbury
J I Tlaltlng Knights. legal work etc. solicited. laid; furniture repaired polish building. Phone 172. 3jan .TEL" VERNON-Rates 12 da'.
I per
:; lto or packed on 'short notice at low
1 JOHN B. JONES. I WANTED-All owners or poultry to tion guaranteed. Edwin Reese Leave orders I Special rate by week. Special attention -
J. S. LEONARD at W. R.: Merri-
Grand KnIght know that we are agents for the eel building. Phone 375. 112 S. Tarragona. to traveling men. Free sample -
.+ -Recorder.- ; $ : ebrated Conkey/a Poultry Remedies. I 6Julylm Board and Rooms.FOR room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin. Prop.!
i1 : Daughters of Rebekafu Guaranteed to cure rupe cholera WANTED-To sell alot of old ISapr.

:. 1- Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of' gape and to kill fleas Ice: and mites. at 5c a bundle. Apply at repaired and
& Rebekah meets every Monday Also their wonderful egg producer F. fice. They are all whole, repainted. RE.'IT-A double' furnished front
night built to order. Horse shoe- I
".,. at S o'clock: in L O. O. F. halL Vls't-! S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 234. nice. a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage phone room No.with 865 board Bath room. TeeS: t. For Sale.FOR .
j&c' ; on electric line 415 '
:::-' king sisters cordially Invited to be present ISapr. '
27feb W.
Gregory. .
-j : H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper :and I 12Jlw

1'-1 MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKI' WANTED-We want your orders for lights Iron a Worker specialty; cornice roofing work UPHOLSTERING SHOP- FOR KENT-Rooms for rent with SALE-Good team mules, wagon

: I _MISS__ WILLIE KENDRICK. Sec. 1907 Art Calendars. Over 303 original and repairing 315; South I Mim, Proprietor. Furni- privilege of light housekeeping. I I and harness. Must be sold wit.i: n
J. : M. K. B. A. No. 81, meets first and ,;/, designs to select from. AU Phone 560 residence repairing of all kinds carpets 900 E. Jackson St. Apply five dayS. Call at new power fcou1- .
; phone lojulyiw'WANTEDTab'e
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 PI prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- 2unelm. I furniture packed .for shipping | Navy: Yord. 12julrl*
: R&fford Hall No 63. Next to Tampa Landing.
I m.. 10. West Intea- la- 16eb. boarders 208 W.,
dencla street. 22ApriI FOR s.u..E-5
WANTED-D. B. White Gadsden St.. Miss Robinson. oW' casas and couatr
A. G. FELL Pres. WANTED-The public to know that hauling and transfer work. & AND .FUR.'iITURE-. for sale. Apply J. M. Coe. 1J:!
-J. L. y. Sec. wo can do all kinds of
,$4,500.00For repairing faction guarnteed. Address made to order old THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent
i ; ones
-- float building norse shoeing etc. 1. THE LAUNCH LeOLAIR for sale. %5
-i'J' Pentacola Ledge No. 4, J. O. O. F. Welsh Sth Ave., or phone 981. New ticks! famished. with privilege of light housekeeping
G. Carriage Co. ft in
>,: Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L o. 0. r.. new 2 story S room house with 2 27fe5 hand furniture bought and 301 W. Chase St. be length and 5|% ft wide; e-m
halls and 2 lafge galleries. artistic 1- bought on reasonable terms. A pop'y
: meets every Thursflar rente at 7:JO an WANTED.-The Merchants Upholstering and repairing done.
.1..' at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" up-to-date home with 'all modern improvements WANTED.-. Electric work of ah km Co. wants your moving and E. Belmont St... city phone 7i ,. FOR RENT On or two newly furnished or Santa to King SL: Runyan, 50 S. Palaft
. streets. :Visiting brethren cordially situated 0; car line on Let us c'an your l ns. recair your All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Mfg. Co., C. T. Davis, Mgr. front rooms; southern exposure Rosa Pavillion. I'jul/
!$ invited. E. GREENBLATT. high point overlooking the bay at S'I dynamo dj jour "wiring etc. P 4fl5 sen. Prop.' Phone 978. :.-. ; with n-ivilege! of phone. Location
i" J. NEVILLE. Secretary. W. corner of 16th Ave. and Jack-on 570.!) Pensacola Elecvrij Co. 235 s. -B. L. Diamond, Tailor. desiralV'-and near business cen FOR SALE-One 'c mpng! outfit. Apply

StALL Baylen.WANTED... MATTRESSES : clothing cleaned pressed and ter, 422 W. Gregory. 13maylw M. S. Wilkinson, at Wm. John
" W. O. NY. OF THE MAXENT TRACT tick furnished if desired. on short notice. No. 11% son &: Son's store. 11july

-';' Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. u. W, WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR .-The public to know that teed. Crap taken up and ; Government Si, Pensacola. Fla. Old newspapers at ave cents a bundle FOR
i.- ttdets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd SALE. old newspapers can be bought at laid if desired. Leave : at this office. They are all clean prices.SALE-Don't I fail to get my
r -I Wednesdays ia each month. Ylsltlnj MONEY TO LOAN" AT LOWEST.' this office for five cents a bundle. Theyare Green & WaUon. Phone 193.. and nice.Detective'. ing material.carry a full line of bon
& sovereigns cordially Invited. : all clean and nice. Sash doors and blinds:
t'r i'. P.A.BOGHICH.C.C. I MARKET RATE' OF INTEREST. : LOST a specialty. Joel Frater. Baylen S-
A."Ii--rED-Carrla'ges repaired wharf.
r LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. Pressing painted; floats built to order
; Agency
THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD. and Cleaning Club 212 '
! shoeing a specalty.: J. G. FOR SALE
-Small oval pin, monogram G. -5-room bousehalI: and
RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30. !I'N St.. Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your,pat
-;; .!1 Rathbone Lodge. No. 30. Kntghts ofsPyth'as 1 ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed -riage Co. C. Lost between Bay View Park LICENSED BY CITY AND STREET- other improvements at 910 N.7t:
car line or on car. Reward aYe: lot 100x110: feet on lot
meets every Thursday night Careful attention given laiivrs for re Piedmont Detective Agency Incor- roem
., 'at Castle HalL Members of sister, Fisher Real Estate Agency garments. Phone. 1222. gfe WANTED.-AU kinas or to 700 E. Jackson St. lljuly porated, all branches of legitImate secret for another house------. .$1103.00
. lodges ani visiting brethren cordialHI ]- work. I sell all kinds of service work. "'Write 6-room house 7th St. and 14th

i' ly Invited. to attend. COLLECTION OF RENTS A WANTED-A. R. batteries anJ other electrical -Ladies gold watch with black: let It,tella who we'are.; ; General for book.of. ave., .. .. .. .. .. .. _$150 ,O'>
Ill C. 1. LEVY I SPECIALTY.Phonj Blngham wanU When yon need me ring 345 attached; nime "Dan" In back., flee Temple'Court. S. W. corner. blk. 220, West Kin
\ your moving and hauling. He gnai E. W. Peake. Star Atlanta Ga. New, Tract -
new Laundry notify this office. Suitab'e consisting of 6 lots, beautiful
' l K.L&a 87. '206 S. Palafox St antees all breakage. Pone 630. Ing E. Garden. lOJulylw re I' long York office 1345 Broaway. Local anil site for summer home..$140.OO
distance.'phone 1558 Main.
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By Associated Press S By _Associated Preet *
Charleston S. C. July, 11.-, AI Minneapolis Minn., Juy! 11. *
A special from Walterboro says d Tthan RIggs was arrested at *

Breaks Out on Bore J. W. Irnegan. a prosperous *, Elrey. Wisconsin, this afternoon *
noble Again Covering the Work of the Various
t CLAIM INTEREST white" farmer today killed ,hid r $ charged with killing, Miss BELIEVED THAT
Between the Two wife and four children, brains & Nellie Ellison, whose dead body '
der $ ing them with an axe at his ft lAP lACE was found in a room at a Departments During Past
'borne twenty miles! from Wal- -J $ Minneapolis hotel late yester- $
Countries. terboro. He then went to a R day. Riggs is said to have Fiscal Year.

IN CHEROKEE neIghbors and told of the deed. r g been Miss Elisoa's: adviser and R RAFTS MAN N
They brought him to jail at S there is evidence to show that oN-

MASSED Walterboro. Irnegan admits # Case Developed on June 25 I'in fr he accompanied her to a local *
SOLDIERS the killing but says he does not S ;% bank yesterday when she had $ TOTAL REVENUES ,

know why he did It. He Is a .n Louisiana Town 'and d Patient ;* cashed a draft for more than *
AllOWANCE native of Sweden and is behev- ii twenty ven hundred dollars DROWNED
$ ed to be insane. # Well. and left with her. Sft
Serious Clashes I is Now .*
Boundry and -- Of City $170,815 of Which $148 '
0 On! ....... ...I.. 1. i-" H H ,

are Expected. 809 Has Been Appropriated.
Attorneys Secure Injunction to HEALTH OFFICERS OF TEXAS, Levy Bailey Not Seen Since He ;



priation to Butler.By FROM FRANCE WATCH WILL BE I KEPT: AND NO Middle of River.

Associated, Press Levy Bailey, a log raftsman who

ESTs-PEACE THOUGHT TO WashIngton, July 11.An Inj'uncton: Equitable and Other CompaniesNot Confessed to Killing On Witness has for years handled the timber of IMPROVEMENTS DURING YEAS;
was issued today by Justice Wright of By I the 'MoMftlan Mill Co., from Pine Barren "
HAVE BEEN the District of Columbia supreme court Pleased With the New New Orleans July 11.The report Stand While Under In to Ferry Pass is missing and the

restraining United States Treasurer that, one case of yellow fever developed ," supposition is that he has been
I Treat Insurance Law. fluence of Liquor. drowned. Parties who have been ,
from former
paving United
Special to The Journal. on June 25 at Laplace., Louisiana aiayor Chas. H. Bliss last night sub
States Senator :Matthew C, Butler of searching for him have failed to find,mitted his first annual report to the ..
Washington, D. C., Uuly .-Hos4ties twenty-five miles from here, was made trace his the I
any except clothing on
I South Carolina, seventy-five thousand City Council as chief executive of the i i
:: between Salvador and Gnate-, dollars, a portion! of the fee allowedfor By Associated Pr!!ss today by the, state bard of health. By Associated ,PreisBeattyvile. side of the river. city. The report is a lengthy axe, 1--

:a'a! have broken out anew. on.the prosecuting'suits ,against the United Paris July 11.-Paul Morton, president The patient Is now well., Ky., July 11.--Curtis Jell Bailey. with another raftsman and covers in detail the work of the

;nler between those countries wherS i t States and obtaining Judgments in of the"'*ho is here -Dr. Inon president of the board has at the afternoon session of the tral of started Tuesday at noon from Pine various departments for the fiscal ', '

"ace was supposed to have been esVished -I I I favor of the Cherokee nation. Skeely going over the French insurance situation -i notified the health officers of Texas, Judge Hargis and former Sheriff Callahan Barren down 'the river with a raft year end:ng May 31 Including thecity's i .

: & Martin! attorneys sought the injunction -,' conferred at length today : took the stan-d and said: After going a short distance a rowboat financial condition at that t ..
pending settlement of the Alabama and }Mississippi ; saying that which behind I'
tied the
,Ambassador McCormick was
to prevent the treasurer from "'My. Marcum prosecuted me on sevOral II period the improvements that have i
:oabesM I I Forty-five days reman! before the close watch will be kept on Laplace raft, caught on a snag ,and broke the been
paying the 'attorneys fees for which I cases and was my bitter enemy,I made and those In contemplation .1:
: Combes who was on his appropriation was made on the last law is effective by which the companies i for developments! but, no anxiety is f and I am the man who killed him. rope hanging upon the sna.g Bailey The report in part is as follows: 1 .

'ar home has been ordered back to:I day of congress until their interest in must invest the French. premiums -[felt over the situation? | He then told of the assassination, I instructed the other man to go ahead TO The Mayor's Honorable Annual Board Report.of Aldermen ,1: ,
in French securities or with with the raft and he would go back .
';aatemala City to keep the Uniifiates the fees is recognized. This firm Tie health board wjll take action agreeing with the description given b/ City of Pensacola. ,
draw. Mr. Morton has not yet decided for the boat, so left the timber 2.1dI 11 .
male: the original contract with the B. J. Ewes He lost Gentlemen-In accordance with :.
the physician! for failure to report suddenly Di I '
advised and to protect Amertin but Indications point to the with the. last seen of him was when he the i
Indians and at that time Senator Butler I memory at the most crucial City Charter I herewith transmit
interests. drawal of the Equitable from the field the case sooner. was walking back towards the boat to you my annual report for the .:
member of it. A demurrerto
moment.1 I
Salvadorean and Guatemalan was a and to simi:ar action by other American Commonwea:th's Attorney It was his intention to get the boat year ending Mar 31st 1906 toget.he.'l. ,,
troops the bill of complaint was filed on behalf ;' I says Jett was beastely drunk and overtake the raft. wntJi the reports of the different city
ne been massed near the boundary I of the treasurer and the hearing companies thus bringing up the I attempt will be made to get him to Tuesday night the other raftsman I departments.

f the two countries for some time will so over until fal l!.. question whether the overnment; requires repeat his confession tomorrow. having seen, nothing of Bailey, tied up Comptro'lers Report. '. .
a reserve for past business,lONE CASP TRIED The report of the Comptroller .
:id serious clashes are expected but I even after the American companies, : the raft at )Molino and went back shows that the estimated revenues ot ,. ,

1 armistice seemed to have been searching for him, fearing that some'I the city were $16.171.13, to which is ;1 '
have withdrawn. accident had occurred. Several added an increase in estimate of licenses I .
;;reed on and Silvador announcede PARXER'TALES T I I of $3,000.00, and from other ,1' : .'
FLORALA parties joined him in the search and '
sources $1,80000 making a differ- ,
! appointment of a special envoy to IN j ;
CmMIN l lCoU
just ,opposite the point where tae Once in estimate and actual casa

Washington to present her position MORE T boat 'bad hung on the snag, hi* carried over of $3,843.39, or a total f t ,
Guatemala bad complained bitterto clothing was' found. Toe boat had revenue of $17081501 of which3148SC976 ;
. A.INltD'j broken loose and drifted. down the has been appropriated ,
the United States, and Mexico .ISSUEWITU H :, ISITILLMYSTERY A. river. 7 __
f Salvador's( alleged assistance of the' T is 'feared that in swimming) towards I appropriations aggregate I,, ,
*ionists. I'I'evolu < the boat he was either caught $41469.57, which leaves cash In .t "

,. MEAT WAS I in some thick undergrowth or else I the treasurers hands of $48,811.8 : ,.;
i T TAFT was unable to swim through the very Tax .Collector. '
swift current at that point! and: The report of the Tax Collector
Joseph Parker Was Convicted After drowned. Parties were still searching shows that when he took charge on
for him yesterday afternoon. :June 8th 1905 he had charged against ,

BADLY INJUREDHOUNKIN : ... ; fOUND" All Day Hearing of tim J13.224.26 The personal uncol- -
cored[ at the end of the fiscal rear ;

I New York By ,Associated July 11.Press Former Judge I II < [Larceny of Hogs. III Parties Arrested in ConnectionWith amounted$1>50975 and to $0$693 the taxes Errors on realty Insolvencies '.,,,' .t.-, ':" .

: WHO WAS SHOT YESTERDAY 'Alton B. Parker In a statement today I of NEGRO lYNCHED and double assessments ,. ,: :
Killing .Campbell amounted to $2,524.40. At tie beginning .' :
took issue with the utterances of, Sec- And J. D. Carroll Manager [of)f.I f. :, '
IS IN A SERIOUS Only one case was tried: in theCriminal of the fiscal year the amount : :,
of War Taft In his speech at !' r. :
retary Discharged. the Collector amount
CONDITION. Greensboro N. C. last Monday, de-!I Swift & Co's. Branch is Court yesterday 'Judge ed charged to 5115,128 against of this there has been -H i ;'

claring the secretary ,sought! to have I !Beggs presiding. It consumed the B BY CROWD Of col'ected! $103,29857, of which $5- i '-' '
.- Again Under Arrest. entire back taxes and Interest : -"' t
the public draw the inference that the day, being placed on trial In Special! to The Journal. 486 63 represents .:' : ;
By Associated Press. the forenoon and It was late in the : on previous years, leaving a : : ., ,
recent prosecution of alleged: illegal ,, Korala July 11.--On Saturday night balance to be collected on the 1st of ; j
Sevaotapool, July 11.The condion afternoon before the .jury concludedIts '
combinations: due statues.He
was to new :
J. D. last Slarlus R! elI was discharged] I I June of $17,316,24
: manager of the local .
of Vice Admiral whose deliberations and returned ,
quotes:: his letter of acceptance and a verdiet. ARMEDMENBy Tax Assessor's ReportThe t :
t" ,....,.""...,...+ '-_ .._ .. branch of Swift & Co., was again from custody on the charge of having of the Tax Assessor .. r f
au assassin report
anciuyLtu uj "' "' '' < delivered in
a speech subsequently placed under :arrest yesterday 'after killed A. M. Campbell Wednesday. Increase In 1905 over 1904 \:
31 !s extremely serious. The bu1t The case was that of Joseph Parkera shows an .
which he said the laws on the statue .,
I"'I wai tried before ;
t noon upon the charge of having taint morning. The case in real estate values In round nmn
lodged in who
hs lung making breath'I white man, was before tte
books were entirely adequate: if en ed and spoiled meats in cord Justice Johnson and as none of the bers of $3,000,00000, and In personal : )I'
difficult! The would-be assassia forced. court charged with the larceny ot Associated Press. values of over $1,000.00000, while f'Si'
a sailor, who hid In the boshes and or in his possession, and he will be some hogs and the verdict of the witnesses could swear as to who fired Swainsboro, Ga.. July 11.-One railroad and telegraph com'P9anI have ; ,ri:.
tried this morning in the recorders the fatal shot the prisoner was d:s- .. '
I : took Ed. been Increased less ;
01 at the admiral while he was jury was guilty as charged. It was,i hundred heavily armed men 1
court unless there is a postponement charged. 'Deputy Sheriff% The total figures of the exact increase 1 V-I :J !
iking: in the garden of hs: villae alleged that Parker who resides some :Pearson, a negro from :
of the case. Ernest Beverley and Lucius i.Fields! three miles from this place shows $4,356.637.00. .fi. :
culprit has not been apprehended; ICE COMPANY N distance from the city, had stolen the carried him to a l I, Treasurer's Report f: r
The arrest was the result of an inspection Moss, for the same offense were givena !early this morning : .-:
several residing In his Treasurershows
of Sanitary Inspectors Com- hogs of parties before Justice 1 swamp and lynched him. Pearson! I II The report of the City. t[ .
About fourteen animals preliminary hearing Misses that the Interest and Sinking ,
neighborhood. found last night by AIaudi i ?
HE myns and Wells who were detailedto I was
VICKSBURGMONUMENT that part of the city and who I were missed by the owners and: Johnston and were also discharged for an-d Ida Durden hiding under a ben;; Fund for the year had been credited 'i: .1

visited the cold storage plant of the traced to him, sand although both the lack of evidence. Their screams brought their aged with $22,3 3.49, of which a balance The of I : ,J i ;,

BILLV. REPLIES TOcHincs company several ia the forenoon cf There: watch they state and defendant introduced man: These defendants were represented both I by father the, negro who ,was who knocked escaped. senseless Later ce;!:Police[1700.49 Fund remained showed unexpended.a credit of $44.- .1. ; i 1.
found pieces meat Bailey and Brassell '
and the by Attorneys balance of ;
witnesses to prove disprove ,, was captured by the deputy. and Identified. ; 121.79 with an unexpected I
they judged to be in bad condition.
facts, the jury found the defendant local attorneys while Attorneys Riley :$I3.S15.34 the Fire Fund showed a
Pefore proceeding further however; < .
BLANCHARD VETOES MEAS- they telephoned the city health officer .I guilty. of Ozark and "Monroe, of Florala prosecuted -I i,,credit of $42,047.30 with an unexpend-Street I .
the r
of $11,17154. .
he visited the cold Concealed the case. R'gellVas defendedby {d balance
and: storage Carrying Weapons. .
of 10,77503
URE APPROPRIATING ,$100,000 plant and viewed the meat and pronounced Glares Minto appeared before the, Attorneys Pace and Espy of D0I :Jund with an showed over draft a credit of $4,597-65, the f b'

FM MEMORIAL. it badly! tainted and unfit for court and entered a plea of guilty to I than: Lee of Columbia, and Bailey and il McKINNONVlLLE! General Fund shows a credit of $87- '-

-- consumption sale.Immediately. or to be offered for the charge of carrying concealed I I Braswell of Flora'a! while W. C. Monroe 217.13 with an unexpended balance of ;i'

I afterwards the inspectors weapons, having been caught In the' acted as prosecutor. I 32J131-o0
Does Not Approve of Robbery and j City Clerk's ,Report.
By Associated Press proceeded to the pol'co station act. The judge sentenced him to I'I There have been no other arrests In The report of the City Clerk shows !

Eaton Rouge La. .. July: 11.-Cover-. is Willing to Make where affidavits were made chargingthe ; serve three months at hard labor and connection with the affair which seemsto Special to The Journal. I I that fee has collected from various j

or Blancaard ton ght stated that head manager with having tainted meat: in addition.'thereto to pay a fine of be shrouded in mystery. McKinnonville July 11.-Those who I sources the sum of $3,79.11 during ;
In his possession, and the warrant :II at Gateswood on i He has Issued 4-21 burial !,
vetoed the Vicksburg monument Restitution. last two attended the picnic the year. ;
served during the afternooa. $100 and costs and in default stTq On. Thursday morning :
ill, was Fourth were ,Mrs (Mabel Button 327 excavating permits and I I"n i
the permits
apprcpriatIng one hundred ti uuanj Manager Carroll was' before the recorder another three months. j houses were destroyed' by fire and the Misses Ada Bama and Ruth Fleming -,,$6 betiding! permits In the fire district : ,.,
dolars: to erect a monument to some weeks ago upon the same Recorder's Court. I I contents of one was an entire loss. and Messrs :A. S. MoCalram and I\As no building permits are issued oats -
nfcdcrat: soldiers < The following communication, charge and was then fined' $100 and Judge Laney had: only eleven defendants -: After the fire Mr. Cowan who lived in Lee Waters. i l 'de of the fire district, there la no

iwhich Is self-explanatory has been received costs which fine was pa d before him In the municipal'I the house which burned first searchedthe Mrs. Hamp Perry of Gulfport Miss I I way of knowing how much building a j I
I I -- of and :Mrs. Walter Grtmsley, of Atmore I IIAla. has been done. The Board of Pu blic!
CITY from the Consumers Ice & morning for trial ashes for some remains a heavy
ELECTION court yesterday of It ., are visiting their father )lr'l Works has already reconnnenled:: that
Fuel< Co.iTo I MANY KILLED which Is the smallest number to cone zinc-covered trunk but no trace Thos. Pringle this week. building permits be required for all

"Consumer" and "Investigator:" ,I up for trial on any morning for tie could:: be found and the supposition Is Mrs Alfred Reynolds and children! buildings in the City, and when tbs; g : +
AT DeFUNIAK The ice company wishes to state AND INJUREDBy past ten days. Two defendants were that the house was robbed some time taTe just returned from a pleasant: Is done more definite data in the matter 1

most emphatically that, we do not r case continued one during the night before the fire occurred -visit to relatives! at Pleasant Grove : : may be had. i' : f
discharged, l
of Pleasant further shows t
Chalker report
approve of,- nor do -we intend to put defendant given thirty days in ja:I. and that the trunk was carried; Grove Mr,Henry was in our village Thursday that The the white children born durin < a

o-clal to The Journal. up with any such robbery on tiepart : Associated Press and fines amounting to $19 imposel.A off.* Misses Minnie Stephens and Lula the Tear number 22$, and the colored 1 .o ;
Iw.h1l.1! July nTn the city eiec. of drivers as you complain! of 11.Four or The Cor-ngton County School Convention Diamond of Evergreen Ala.. are the born number 174 making a total of
n sterd.y, Dr. G. P. Henry got 73aiainst '' If you will kindly ,call at tie offici Buffalo N. July and met at Florala Saturday and guests of their aunt, Mrs. Julia Bar: 400 children born during the year. -ii
the manager,he will see five persons are reported killed few out cf town dele- .
Xes 51 for Mr. H. Thomber. and ask for Sunday. Only a Police Department.The -*
e three ,that you have restitution. We would twelve Injured In a collision'! between, WELL KNOWNJOURNALIST gates were in attendance but those, low.Miss Lilla Givens of Laurel Hill report of the Marshal shows
: councilmen elected are, Mr. ; if others who nay have International Ra'l-, report an enthusiastic her aunt patrol calls du
W also be glad t trolly cars on the who were present ,who have been visiting that,there were 2,464
}1C3wain! H. H. Dreyer and L.Cn'thon. i suffered similar: experience would l way Company's line between here and DEADBy meetingf i Mrs. Aden Fleming returned home In the year of which 226 was for -; i
)Ir. McKee is to be city calL It wilt not be necessary for_you with i I i Friday accompanied :by her cousin arrests and the others were for sick :
Lockport to-night A special relief i .. .
rshal in place or any one else to contribute to a fundto Ada Fleming fire alarms etc. There were ]
of Mr. Morrison. 135 Miss calls,
wall has been:sent to the scene.CLEVELAND RIOTERS a ,
You cars o..erthree
'ate" Were have this evil remedied JGRANTED Messrs John and Will! ,Givens were during the 7W 4876 arrests.
castOPULATION note elsewhere,,in this paper ;a card Associated Press In the woods hunting one day last fifths of which were colored.
explaining our intentions vieek when they found and killed the of which were discharged. 150sent .
S. C. July -After a
FUEL CO. Charleston had sentence '
& 81
MUST CEASE CONSUMERS ICE i largest rattler we think of the seasonIt to Criminal Court
BOYCOTTING MERCHANTSBy Pensacola. July 11. short illness Roswell T. Logan telegraph i measured 6 feet 1 inch In length I suspended under good behavior. ;..
HOME editor of the News and Courier I I was 13: Inches in circumference and bout one fifth of these arrests wereromen
CHARLESTON Press. rattles and button. Upon most of whom were colored.;
CRUISER died this morning. He was born In By Associated had 11 a I .
Associate.:* Press. SAILED FROM SAN JUAN Paris July .-The chamber of examination its stomach was found to. The charges against these prisoners
Bialystok July 11.The military Charleston seventy years'ago and was deputies today passed the senate amnesty -I contain two rats and one grown rabbit: I are an interesting study. Over 1,200Caere
aorities have By Associated Frets By Associated Press. a valiant Confederate soldier. He took bill granting pardon to persons which It had swallowed whole. It charged with drunkenness -'
ordered the I
: popuUn -The .United Tamworth N. IL, July 11 (Former work on the Charleston 1,200 were arrested Jo: 1t
11 that
tj San Juan, July up newspaper punished for offenses during tie taking gave them such a fright they say while another }
no cease boycotting the merchant States cruiser: Charleston, with Secretary President: Cleveland arrived here this, Mercury at the close of the war, of Ipventories of church: property I they are willing for the woods to ktepits LIB
countenanced: the anti Jewish i Root'' on board sailed last mid, afternoon and drove Immediately to sake disturbances of May. 1. game hereafter. (Continued on Page Four) _, ?,
real here. night! for Rio! Janeiro:: his home, two miles from the !village. and was a brilliant and forceful writer. and

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She-Well? Visitor-Do you have. any difficulty\
:: Bre'r Rabbit: "What nerve Gelling u', home wit!' saying- a-word J I. He-Oh nothing. I was merely getting servants?
.- .. I thinking how contented and happy you Hostess-None whatever. TV>ve h4
to us. "Oh, mother, do come farther out! I want to get wet!" look. ten different ones ,in the last month.
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'! THE AFTER EFFECTS. : Taking DrightleyHow Him Down I '- IN THE CLUBROOM WINDOW. ,) I Addressed to Him."I NATURAL DEDUCTION.
never heard a "
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Dear Doctor Before using your After using it for one week my hair Tommy sup- Gladys ""Ah, I see. What's the young man's name?" I
t' Magic Hair Restorer my hair was became long and curly. i I Encouraging.HeI r pose it's a bigglutton's '
: short and stubby. hope you little SUPPLY UNLIMITED.
-. I like the ring. dear boy.

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F, works eight and ten hours a day, BilL" I
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t fident Reeling'that Mr. Bryan will not some months before and continuingthe Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the harjf
only be nominated but will be elected. sanitary work that has already T because It is a hairfood Feed .

i Je JmjafoIa ottfnai Those who thought at'the close of the MAYO SUBMITS'teen begun. The streets in had the eastern / H. bulbs and t&ebiir grows. th-That'hV&w ;

campaign of dead 1900 that mistaken.Mr.; Bryan And was part no of improvements the old city made practically ulx'athem i nature's way, that is all there is i

politically were since they were laid out most of it. Strong and healthy hair stays in, keeps soft and smooth, and grows ftiSand
is a much abler man than he was
(f when he he made his last campaign. That : ,them presenting the same ,sandy surface heavy Then aid nature.with Ayer's Hair Vigor. A little of it often does

::. ,rDAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. fact is admitted even by his political HIS NNUALREPQRT that they had a century ago. Tte great things. There's genuine comfort in handsome head of hair! { fwco.

\ opponents, though he was able enoughto board decided to make these streets
; better and to do some work such as
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY give them a great scare in 1896 and
also in 1900. would be permanent In Its character,
...BY.... taking the view that to make one
-u fli- street good was considerably better Better Buy Our
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. *' than temporary improvement on several
*. MUNICIPAL ICE streets. Accordingly the board L. C. SMITH & BRO'S.
fras 5 miles of
graded approximately

'j FRANK !.. MAYES, President and Gen*.! Manager. ** Tampa-Times. *. (Continued from First Page) streets curb 'and, built gutters 10,150, has,feet clayed of cement and I Typewriter than

}t 0 a fighting, a' large part:of which could shelled, over %%,000 feet of street; be sorry afterward
fJ" MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. t H'"d"'IfHIThe very well be charged up to the drink; clayed and cindered about one-half
7l.t ing habit. Next comes disorderly mile 'of streets and has filled 3,420 WRITING ALL IN SIGHT

{ :' city council Jacksonville is conduct, which, numbers 542 the feet of streets with sand taken from
the streets and from ballast shi;.s. --=
if SUBSCRIPTION RATES. considering the advisability of erect offences against the public health =
Besidesthis, there has been clayed
"; One ar..5 00 One Month........ ........ *& ing and operating a municipal ice On numbering 148' and vagrancy, '103. about one mile of streets and 2,350 Old style typewriters were designed for old-style work only.

Six Months................ 2 50 One Wek................ lit I plant: Bjr this it is'not meant to fur the charge character of dangerous which includes and suspicious a feet of'streets built of ballast. An expensive The L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter was built for modern work 1 ft

'r' Three Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..*! 0(, nish the people of the city with free multitude of things, there'wZ'e' 234 piece of work was north Pala-j d straight <
just as as writing.
I. does all the difficult things
fox street 9,100 feet of which was
ice but merely to give them access arrests, the remainder of the arrests
fl(= i The Only fensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed to abundance of this valuable commodity were on various charges. During the ditched and repaired Tith cinders You don't have to fit it out with a lot of costly attachments to make it
at reasonable prices. For a ct"11-1 year an effort has been made to les- from the Goulding Fertilizer Works i i
: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. tury.or two the principle of sen the concealed weapon habit anl Eight miles of new ditches were dug competentSend:
ownership has been in practice In various to reduce materially the cursing habit and five miles of old ditches have for illustrated catalogue.
parts of- Europe to a much,and the wife-beating habit Heavy been cleaned, of which account b ItS
I: ; Papers on Saloon Trains greater extent than in this country, fines have been Imposed for carrying been made. There has been put in L. S. BROWN Pensacola Florida
Offi.,00..1I0E.// I and at all New Stands. and such a move would be no noveltyover concealed weapons and also for wife- 1,700 feet of wooden curb and 900 ,
there.It beating while those using profane feet of cypress flume 335 feet of 8

,- is to be presumed that the lnquiry language have usually been made to inch 'sewer and about 200 feet of 24

now being made In Jacksonville ts do duty on the rock pile. inch sewer. There have been built
J. It is probable that the concealed 77 bridges and culterts, and an underground
PENSAOOLA. FLORIDA THURSDAY ionic.U2Y! 12. 1906 merelyas to: 'whether-with its char
ter limkatkms! and conditionsthecity :weapon habit has been materially decreased .drain has been built fromMain
can go into the porposed business .i and ,also the wife-beating ( street to the foot of Jefferson
Precautions Against contrary declaring that the abdomiral It is true that it is an 'unusual thin I.habit and to .some extent the cursing street Several cargoes of ballast HORSESFOR
t cavity of a fowl should remain unopened but there would seem to be no reason habit. have been secured and used it making
:W. Yellow Fever until just before it' is to be in the nature of the proposition why I .Fire Department. streets or filling in low places. R. E.

Ii cooked. :We are inclined to think that the city should not do it if its people I There has been considerable pains Lee square has been permanently im-
While every precaution is apparently the majority of thoughtful people take proved by building a cement walk
see fit. Ice is an article of as much taken to improve the fire Department
-I \ being taken to prevent the introduction the former view of the 'case.But it necessity almost as gaS or other form during the past'year.. In order to get through It, putting in cement foundations
of yellow: fever into the'will be satisfactory to hale an expert of light more efficient men the salaries of the upon which to mount the old SALEWe

'.$:"! southern states during the present scientific! report upon it. Such author The tendency these modern days Is firemen wera,increased as well as the cannons which; are there and making
itative investigation and control of cement circles ::- the flowers.. In
criticism for the community as a whole to undertake number of them. A modern and up-
season, there has been some food products will be far more hopefulof addition to that the has been
I square
ladder truck
I' of the plan adopted at the ports of good to the public health, than a the such daily enterprises and universal in providingfor wants cf has todateSteel been added hook to department and as considerably graded and filled and have for sale at our stables

New Orleans and Mobile with reference world of academic hairsplitting over four palm trees planted in It. A ce-
the city as it can do to advantage.The well as'1,500 feet of the best 2% inch
l" to allowing fruit vessels from gastronomic fads and fancies., principle is established and it is fire hose, and jour of the modern ment walk has been built partly
:, to discharge The New York Tribune says that it spraying nozzles 'which, enables fire- around ;Seville Square and six
Central American ports steadily widening! in its application.No ,
will be of interest, for example, to palm trees planted. there. Fourteen
wharves one would think now of leavingthe men to walk up to a burning building
their cargoes at the city even know, so far as science can ascertainand palm trees have been planted in the
and into a room behind a sheet
roads and schools of the of Horses
people to
< though the crews of such vessels have tell precisely what is the effect private enterprise. The only important of water. The fire apparatus has been Plaza and a foundation: made for one A Carload
which upon articles of food: of long storagein of the Qld cannons dug in the
,,. teen changed and the crew nave the cold. It is well (known that question to be fixing the repaired and put in first class condi southwest corner. Of the, up loads that
tion. Four horses have been
igated the vessel from the point where limit to which a community new
may go
decomposition of the ordinary
> cold prevents have been hauled by the city and
that have
; purchased and Jour horses
; the cargo was taken held at quarantine kind. Indeed, it has been in undertaking joint effort for the hired teams the record shows 28.421
become have been dis
while the vessel proceeded to the known to preserve flesh in an apparently improvement of Its 'general conditionIs incapacitated most of which consisted of sand dirt
of sawdust has
whether particular a new wagon which have received from
any propositioncan
fresh condition for a very long clay ballast and cinders we just
.. point where the cargo was discharge ? be conducted to better advantagein been purchased and the old one disposed
time. But'tt has! been an open question
Under the caption ''Precautions in the minds of many whether such a way than by leaving it a of. 'Improvement Bonds.
;Against Fever," the Savannah News other changes may not occur matter of speculation in private hands. The Fire Department Is divided Into During the year the city under act
has the fololwlng to say relative to hi some"frozen flesh:: and other objects This is the tendency to which socialists four districts' and truck houses are of the legislature and ordinance of the' Giles county, Tennessee All healthy
them undesirable, if point as a vindication of their located so, as to be handy to any part city council has been authorized:
which render tol
the matter. of The consistscf
the city. equipment
noxious. Men: who theories and as an endorsement of issue $750,000.00 Improvement
New Orleans is taking extraordinary not directly without! hesitation as them by the public. Whether so or one fire engine, one hook and ladder which has 'been ratified by a vote of Stock. Not horse
would) accept western in
precautions at her quarantine station fresh a fowl which had been not does not matter but if we are J truck and four hose wagons. It I the people. The special for a
the mouth of the Mississippi river perfectly has 4,500 feet of 2% Inch hose 12 i
j .. at in cold storage for many days would ever to have socialism to any extent' which these bonds were authorized I
/ against yellow fever. She has a houseboat look decidedly askant! at one which this is the way it will grow just as ire extinguishers together with 5Ulallerl were $250,800.00 for :
-': stationed there and the crew oi had been thus kept for as many years. other prevailing human Institutions! bose, play pipes taut off \' etc'i 000.00 for water works, $150000.00for the bunch
an incoming fruit steamer is trans- would be interesting and useful to have grown-from' a' beginning to The force is composed ot 26 men as paving 100000.00 for City Hall
ferred from the steamer to the houseboat It know whether or not frozen food gradual and universal installation. foltowss 1 chief, 1 assistant chief 5 Police Station and JaiL Owing t : and from the houseboat a crew and, if it does at captains 17 firemen, 1 engineer and cur misfortune in having the fever
is sent to the steamer and takes it to does 1 electric There are 33 fire alarm last year several months were lost, In
the city. Thus crews that have been about what time. Remedy For Banians. boxes in the city'and 210 fire hydrants, which nothing was done toward establishing -

in Central America where there Is The Atlanta Journal says:, .'ClarkH01Vel1 Each morning after the' bath which of which 17 are private. the public improvements PENSACOLA LIVERY STABLE

"_'.:.-- :lever are not permitted to visit New Meets Crushin'g Defeatat should be warm (coJd' added Board .ot /ubiic Works. contemplated.Early,'this year the
Orleans. When the steamer is ready Again agony), rub' the bunion three or four During the past year the Board: of work was taken up and on March
to return to the fruit fields she takes) the Hands of Hoke Smith in Albany times with fasting saliva. AIJow it to Public Works has been Very busy and; 28th. 1906, $300,00000 of 4% per cent I

on board her old crew at the quaran Debate The Constitution ays: dry cover with one thickness of old bas accomplished .a large amount of 'tondswere sold premium with accrued 12 and '14 West Intendencia Street.

; tine station. Only the captain is permitted "Clark Howell Smashes Hoke Smith linen:slit the slice over the bunion witha work. It is impossible, however to interest The special purposesfor

to land at New Orleans and at at Albany. Puzzle: :Who wins? sharp penknife and paste on it a make a full report in this department which these bonds were issuedwas ---- .
:'. the port where the fruit Is obtained. piece of black court plaster to keep out because of several reasons. The ad- ; sewerage and drainage $150,000.
., > He must land in daylight and remain Thaw case is the twenty-third the cold. It'also Improves the appear vent ot the epidemic last year disorganized public buildings 100000.00 and street ,., #
> only long enough to clear his ship. The theboar.. and working forces paving 950,000.00. The Bond Trustees -
;, of the wounded shoe. Short shoes j
No doubt. .the state board of ,health murder case on the ',New York trial are aace and 'brought upon the board an immense under direction of the city coun
." of Louisiana has studied. this matter docket. Jt may ,be. "23" for Thaw, the cause of- bunions.: Therefore amount, of work. All effort cil..,purchased property as site for
thoroughly and has decided that thU sure enough when the Jury gets they should be 'worn one size' longer was bent upon_ cleaning the city City Hall (!Police Station and Jail Tennesee or Alabama Lime in full Carloads MI

precaution is necessary but If the through with him. than the feet --- rather.than making any record of the paying the sum of 2600000. I or Single Barrels
fever is due to the mosquito, isn't it work that was.oaccompllshed. ,It Is Health ,Department. ,
just as likely that the mosquitoes will When a Bottom'!. Swallowed. estimated the cjtyJiauled out over During the past year an ordinance Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
.... ... Children sometimes'swallow buttons,
reach the city in the fruit as they ,000 loads of old cans, weeds and was passed by which the City Physician
"J would in the clothes of the crews of fruit stones, thimbles and pennies. rubbish of which 'no strict account became the City Health V+
the fruit steamers? A CLEAR FIElD When the mother Is sure that the child was kept Nang premises that were thus combining the two offices into,

It is true of course that the steam FOR MR. BRYAN it has swallowed the foreign substancethe vacant or' temporarily abandonedwere one. The City Physician reports a!,

ers are fumigated four times each voyage -. child should be encouraged aid cleaned new ditches dug and total vf 1,453 consultations and visits ELECTRIC I LIGHTSRemind
but is it not a difficult matter to Savannah News. tif0 even compelled to eat plentifully of low places drained. Through the during the year. During the epidemic!

reach mosquitoes in that way that maybe R mashed potatoes, thick mush and work of this board the city was put three assistants were engaged but no
hidden In cargoes of fruit? It 1141 it iF+1r E T"'I$*+ H coarse bread. Then follow with sirup Into better sanitary condition than it rEcord was made of the work during you of all other kind of lights. Because they
i' would seem so. The fact that memo had been for many years. all effort was fork
of rhubarb or castor oIL Do not give that time as put all of them. Do it now
,: bers of the crew are not permitted togo No halt the epidemic closed There surpass
Mr. Bryan wrote to sooner to relieve tie afflicted. have
Same days ago the cathartic Immediately on finding ,
.i ashore at the ports where the fruit I friends in this country that he was out the accident but make that than the Board of Public Works proceeded been nearly 60,000 inspections made Fans, lights, bells. Everything electrical.
IG ,I. U obtained doesnt prevent the mos- not the only man whose name was: to take up the work of repair during the yew and much of the
q qultoes from getting on the steamer. prominently mentioned In connection much bulky food Is taken ing and improving the street and work has been directed toward the PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY

Even though the steamer is anchored with the 'Democratic nomination for public ways "where it had left off destruction of mosquitoes and their ,
a good distance from the shore the Oar death rate for t
president he mentioned Gov.Folk breeding places.
mosquitoes are not prevented from .Mr. Hearst and Senator Bailey. Senator the pest year was a little higher than 502 S. Baylen St. Phone 570

reaching her. Mosquitoes are sometimes Bailey stated the other day, in a .NN4N.4H1.4NNN...4N..................'14NtH4NH4NfeZ usual owing to the occurrence of

I encountered miles from shore speech in Texas that Mr. Bryan was eighty-two deaths from the epidemic
by coast steamers as travelers from the man to be nominated by the Democrats Prof. Allen With His i aside from that the general health of
-; .. this port to New York can testify. in 1908.( Mr. Hearst has statedin the city has been good. We have
However, it is apparent that the fever and I still hope I
-', an Interview published lu.san. Francisco i. some typhoid
health authorities of Louisiana are that he isn't a candidate for tha Friends of Early Days i that when our sewers are laid and the, Window Blinds

e doing all they can to prevent the fever nomination and Gov::Folk, in a speechat properly guarding of the disease that

from getting a lodgement In New Or Milwaukee on July 7, said that the .................................................... this particular disease may be eradi For 75 cents a Pair.
leans. They are screening the cisterns Democrats had already settled the cated.

? and 'draining the wet places- question as to whom they would nominate Respectfully submitted That's a mighty little price for a pair of window btaas
the Editor Pensacola Journal: men which is evidenced by the fact OHAS. ILBLtSS',
mosquito fever-breeding places ,
? t in 1908. He said they would and J-OU can't afford not to have blinds to your window
and they are takin'g every other precaution -{ nominate Mr. Bryan'and that he favored I told you in my last that I was that he moved to Century a comparatively : Mayor. With them you can have both protection and: ventila'icnat !

which they think is necessary,,I him as the party"s standard bear, going to Uncle Bob Hieadrick'g. Ws poor mana, short time ago and night-thev keep out the hot sun by day. O'h' '
There was a little scare respecting the arrived at his house about 10 o'clock he real in rouf f
: er. now owns valuable estate FRIDAY RACESAT blinds; up to $i..5. Everything from foundation to
fever there a few days ago. but it It looks, therefore as if the field wa.s, and found the old gentleman just returned the town to the amount of several

turned out to be a false alarm. I clear for Mr. Bryan. In his letter to, from the field and taking a .thousands of dollars. He has lately Saunders Mill Company
ex-Senator James K. Jones, ,
'Test You should have seen how glad added to his business a fine little sawmill
Denatured alcohol may eventually' in the Morning News on Sunday, Mr, about a mile below Century. Phone 717. 21 East Carders Sfreaf.
; he .was to see me. In a few minutes
prove a good thing for the undertakers. Bryan said he should do nothing tc Through the courtesy of that noble
he at the
was organ'playing a fine fail to see the races at Kupfrian's -
another presidential nomination
lady and musician Mrs. Laura Berry! ,
second to my violin. Mrs. Kendrick Park tomorrow afternoon. The .... .
but,that as there were certain re which'was .
we had, a musical treat -- -- '- --
I failed to recognize me, but when i of the first
forms he should like to see accomplished enjoyed by all present.I entries promise sport great]
1 The Question of he would accept the nominationif told her how desperately-1 fell in love am now just returned from Bay and the horsey crowd are taking !
with her the first time I met her ANNUAL DIVIDENDScannot
: it were offered to-Mm. Minette at which place I met my old Interest The tip is freely given
Undrawn At it looks if there would, notwithstanding the fact that she Lady Wilkes has a sure thing on the,
Poultry. present as friend "Jim" (Mayo whom I have not
I be no occasion! far: him to seek the had been married a month,before that seen in 30 or 40 Mr. Mayo hasa gentleman's road race if she shows tai be lost and they be used t to
years. '
,; Jacksonville is in the throes of a nomination. It is about as certain as, time, we enjoyed a real hearty lau.;h. large and interesting family and Is good shape on the day of the race. In I may

Jt ( 'fight against the meat and ice trusts, anything can be at the present In such'as due time we be sat down to a meal. doing a gaod business in the livery: the three minute class the knowing, reduce the premiums each if the insurd
can prepared only by year
!I n
have picked Clutter's Frank for
and of the
[lV. f on. most important features Ume that thee nomination will be i '.IDe. ones
t in the fight that is being waged against i)I!offered to' him unanimously. He has experienced drick. cook such as Mrs. Kea- I expect: to leave this place about the winner. He is all fit and better) so chooses A life or Endowment Policy with
free for all Snow
In the
already been indorsed the Democrats than ever.
by July 11 and will off at Atmore
the former is stop
,_ combine the question of : About 4 o'clock Marion Franklin !
i ;I of many of the states, and, as!i and see my esteemed friend D. J. drop Is conceded to have easy going annual dividends the Li!
undrawn poultry. The Jacksonville and I started for Century. On the in Union Central
is horse
1 I far as we have observed, there hasn'tbeen t 'Baggette.after. which I will make my tut although Hayrack a green
f: Metropolis of Tuesday evening diacussesthe -! a voice raised In opposition tc way we saw some noble farms mostly headquarters at Flomaton from some of the boys are putting their is the
: consisting of corn and cotton. We
f: matter as follows: I I him. If Mr. Hearst or Mr. Bailey 01 passed the house of a widow laJy which P1a.ceI shall write up Bay money on him freely. : most satisfactory.B. .

?: The question of packing fowls in:, :Mr. Folk ever had an idea of becoming: ,whose only means of plowing was : Minette. I am stopping with T. F.
'In candidate for the nomination PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COTS S. WILLIAMS General
\, ice I they Westmark and Agent.
without removing their entrails,is single ox, but for all that she had a family.L ,,
i4 becoming one of much import as a! abandoned it as soon as they saw the prospect of making 4 or 5 bates of E. ALLEN.P. ADVERTISING CONTEST Thiesen
Unanimity with which the Democrats i S.I'should have said in the ,Building. Phone 603
:- proper food for people. It is held by i cotton and enough corn to last her to
some as detrimental to health to eat In all parts of the country were turn. next season. We called at the home proper pace, that, although Uncle Considerable Interest Is being manI-
I to Mr. In the face t& such "Bob dark of fested In the Pensacola Electric Co.:. --
such fowls and by others that it is' ing Bryan. of Mr. W. C. Ketley who owns cne Kendrick Is on the side
For a long time this custom: of I'I'I'Ot. manifestations of an overwhelming: of the finest farms I ever 'saw, and S2 he is as lively as a man of 40 advertisement contest. A prize of a Order Y our
kilting fowls in Chicago and Kansas Bryan sentiment it would be folly for notwithstanding the fact that his and he told me" he raises from 5 to beautiful electric portable reading
fitCity) and packing them in ice and distributing either of th 4l1.t.o'aspire to the nomination .. chimney had fallen down and killed 6 bales of cotton every year and lamp will be given to the person sending ICE, COAL andConsumers' WOOD

%': them throughout the entire !n 1908. all his children except eight daughters plenty of corn and potatoes to last : in the best general all-round elec- from
country has prevailed! and thousands There isn't much doubt that Mr. and seven sons, he was one of the jci- iiim the year round. lIfe has, enoughof trical advertisement for that firm. Try the
of them have been sold and eaten,I Hearst felt that if he were elected liest men I met on my trip. the world's goods to last him. your hand at ad writing. It is inter Ice and Fuel Company.

but so much has been said of fete Governor, of New York next fall he, Late in the evening we arrived at 01. Eo A. esting work and you may have a talent Offlo-Coptt t 01&,. aaft'Tarracoaa. Phon. 25 -
about this that Dr. ,Wiley of the Agricultural would stand a very good chance ol Century, and made our headquarters DoUve, Ala. for it. It costs you nothing to try.

:, Department, proposes to being nominated by the Democrats for at the hospitable homeof my old- me
make an investigation of fowls as well president it is_not Improbable that friend J. B. Vaughn. Wben I look -
*5'meats. be :will be elected governor of that back 50 or 60 years, and remember
The question of drawn or undrawnpoultry state 'It is understood that he is going that Mr. Vaughn's father and mother ,
is an old one. There are maretmen' to be a candidate for the office, were my playmates; that the first
and housewives woo Insist but if be is it will be with the understanding : work I ever did,as '& hireling was on I
that the entrails of a fowl should be that he will not aspire to the the Canoe Creek mill which was built Plantation Chill Cure
y t removed as soon as killed just as are Democratic' nomination for president. just below where the public road i ii is Guarantee![
those of a steer or a hog, and if they All of them however Bailey, Hearst crosses the creek and :was erected by
c are' retained for any considerabletime and Folk-are young men and can J. B. Vaughn's father, I have a
< the entire 'carcass is tainted. afford; to watt. some feeling. )lr. J. B. '\& & Jon-I ._ '

.Thai a,are others who insist upon,the l Among the Democrats: there Is a con one of Century's progressive To Cure, or,Money,Refunded_ by Your MerchD .' So. Why Not Try IT I Price,60c. Retall._


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FRIGID SHIRTS FOR TORRID ;! Washington'American-Detroit, postponed, ue.- on. ]: THE GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF BOY-PROOF TROUSERS |

I.account wet grounds. Ifm
Philadelphia 5, C'eveland' 1.
; Boston 0, Chicago 8, second game.
f ,New York 4. St. Louis 2. first game

N I i game.New York 0, SU Louis 6, second:.* WATSON PARKER &. REESE CO'S i

: Ours are llfrts that make a 'man ,

: smartly dressed without, either coat National League*. .1 $: 33 ana 35 South Palafox; jjj

K75e ; j St. Louis 6, Philadelphia: 2.? !
; or vest- < Cincinnati 3, New York 2. laaaaaeaaaagagaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBA

Chicago: 2, Boston 1. I

j ''Pitt urg 1, ,Brooklyn 3, first gamy . -
-- : f! Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 1, -
seconds I
to $I.5OtrBut game. 'ji I' PRETTY LAMP SHADE. I Trent IIcrr-a cVllsted. -

1 "I Artistic Creation 'of lace Flounce The sport.uj; pubie! of _the Pacific! ELECTRICITY IN THE HOME
: League j
: 'Nashville 6. Atlanta 16 I'. ana Artificial Flaircri. I I ,coast uvoko with a taro! brown .tasi
.. Lamp shades of antique nlot lace are I in its mouth I1S-a result ef Uw HerrcraNebon -
1 Montgomery 0. Birmingham: 0. cal- |I
to go without coat or vest. you : el: at end of ninth inning to alloarI the new-est and most correct addition i I,f tight fiasco, and it will be MEANS CHEERFULNESS !

have to doff your suspenders and don I! teams to catch train. '.,j to a draw'.ig room and boudoir The :; many a day before the followers o*

: MemphVj 0. New Orleans 1. ''I\ ,fashion comes from Paris.: The diet I l the boxing game recover from the
4. a belt. You'canmake: both ends meet in the office means Success.
shock. ,,
Little Rock 3, Shreveport 2, fir>ti lamp Cycles are very hand'KKiie: !: Indeed t
1 here for25ctoSI,50 game. 1! and are 'particularly. suitable: for I I Condemnation of Ilerre and his Electricity in the streets means reform.
I .
I Little Rock 3. Shreveport; 8. second] rooms in \which the shades.of the windows s tiou is general and a movement cabc ? Radiates no heat.
.1i'. brilliancy-
'\ i!game. are made of the.same Jace. 'I I n started to Lave him blacklisted lu Highest

i I The empire shape ,is Ihe most fashIon I j I er.ry reputable boxing club iu thecow Electric fans are worth a summer vaca-

i L \ I II Macon South 2, Augusta Atlantic 1. League."i-. ble for these .lace.Eh3.des. as it bill I ry. Nelson and Nolan are the tion only_ it'is cheaper. Bothlightsandfans
< sorest; pair of mea In Los Angeles, but
*" Columbia: 0. Charleston:3.: installed by
** I that almost unanimous: approval gtv
Jacksonville .
Savannah 2.
{{ }
en for the stand taken by them fa
A variety of colors; and buckles- i PENSACOLAELEGTRI8
: BASEBALL. GAME AT some balm: fo: the wounded feeling; .
t all stylish. : PALMETTO BEACH FRIDAY and pocketbooks. JeSr'es: published

S. statement, in which be lauds Nelson to
.w. A game of baseba'l has been arranged the skies, Is particularly pleasing to
for tomorrow afternoon between the Dane who on account of his refusal
f the Insurance Men and the John WBii'e to penult Jeffries to referee the PHONE_ 106.
Store team. No adni scion will be I' Britt-Nelson fight. had not stood well

<< THE: JOHN WHITE STORE lineup with the exchampon.Nolan : : ,

I made a demand for the.$1,000 |!I. --=
: ,
c. n
I ; was .
forfeit which Her
deposited by
Phone'225 205-207 S. PAUFOX I p:; Rehfleld lb.; Steinmeyer,. 25-! J ,
.rera to make the flgfct. It la likely that '
l Quarrels, 3b; Rang, ss; Penney, 'f; MILLION DOLLARS i
II"rrra will meet this with a demandfor 1275
r '
Phillips cf; LJceta, rf \11 11r
: The John Wto'te Store Team-]Fritz.: the 1,000 Nelson ported:; for appearanco -

(Ie; Touart, J, p!; Santo, lb; Caro, 2b;i iI LICK LAMP> SHADE" Nolan is now with Nelson In PAID 'IN DEATH: CLAIMS.
11 Griffin, 3b; Elliott ss; Touart, R., II;' been for th6se ,of and brocade. New York where, it is believe,a number
I Touart A., cf; Davis, rf. \ paper of good matches await the Dane. :
Do You See SHIPPING NEWS'I I They are made over a colored founda- This stupendous amount has been paid in Death Claims

Modest Claims Often Carry the Most tion in many instances but many are Fame ,For Ten EyeL Family. by' the' EQUITABLE since its organization in 1S59 up to
? Conviction. also shown made over white. The orange of Syracuse university on the close ,of the vear 190 There Is no safer or better
( When :Maxim the famous gun inventor -I The shade shown in the' illustration the stalwart backs of the second eight asset' than a policy, in TIlE EQUITABLE. Send us your

r my window display of Clothing Arrived. placed his gun before a committee : Is an exquisite creation and will serve cud on that of young Jimmie Ten Eyck age and address.
? Well, that is only a few of judges, he stated its carry- as a model for the borne worker. Tills' ,
Paolina Itak bk. Siccardl 1198 newest representative of that famous
: <* samples of the many inside to. ing power to be much below what he artistic shade is made,of lace flounce Ifisurance. Gen'l A ts.
Genoa KnowlesBros.DRINK
master. family of oarsmen, loomel in,front
that I am offering at the big felt sure the gun would accompUsh.The and sprays of artificial flowers loopedup up FIre Life Pensacola
at in
Sailed. Philadelphia -
-_ SPOT CASH REDUCl"ION.r result of the trial was thereforea with ribbon. tsel colored founda- recently great
Dunbarmoor Br ss, for Venice. great surprise, instead of tion to harmonize with the,tone of the in their respective races in the
ment. It is the same with disappoint-t': room. fourth annual regatta of the American '
r 20 Per CentIt VESSELS IN PORT. ufacturers of Rowing association over the Henley

Steamships.AreJheld Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They A Fatal Dose. r course on the Schuylkill and the handful
do not publicly boast of all this rem- I ef rooters ,that Journeyed down to InBottles
Ger Bunev. 1767, "I. wonder" saM the, wife as
ss. will young
edy accomplish, but prefer to let : cheer them started back home with
will pay you to take advantage Swopopmund, ta Rix M. Robinson & he mixed the dough "wliy they call
the make the
users statements.
Wnat: wads of green and yellow backs, for
". of this offer.A Co. this 'angel cake? tPrQbably
i they do claim: is that it will positively both were dark horses.
August Belmont, Br ss, Barnes I cure diarrhoea, dysentery pains inl ," replied :husband! ,:f>e- Young Ten Eyck faced a field of seven '
DOLLAR 2967, Hamburg to Gulf Transit Co. I the stqmach and bowels and has never cause any one who, cats'the cake is crac ::jack scullers in .the contestfor ggJ t "

saved is a dollar made. You< Buekminster, Br ss'; Hadaway 1297 i been ''known to fait For. sale by In immediate danger of Incoming one" second singles, but he took tbe lead :
I Faro to Jno. A. :Merritt & Co. all druggists Philadelphia ledger.V; i
can make money by purchasing at the quarter and ,won as he pleased,
I : .
Carolina., Aust Bartulich "\Jtr
ss 3079, -
t from me.COMPLETE WA.TCH : talking back to his nearest competitor,
New Orleans Gulf FOR THE: OPENING OF Alice ;
to Transit Co. Ksews.
f : : FURNISHER TO THE MARBLE HALL Stoes of the University: Barge clnb._, A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE
Cerea, Itai ss. Nalarini. 2791, .New SHAVING PAR. : .. ..: .
I LOR IN THE I The eight, coached by Jim Ten Eyck, -
MiAN AND BOY.JOSaCOLEMAN'. York to Gulf Transit Co. I NSW BRENT BUILJ"I Kci5))
ING_ NEXT. WEEK. i father of the sculler, met such good -
Danbannoor Br ss, Barton, 2331.' '
( \f junior crews as Pennsylvania 'anIIarrard d Look"for. the ,
Mobile Hyer Bros. Trade Mark on Cap and Label
I FOR SALE. and showed the class that a-
Earlswood, Br. ss, Fayn, 1840, Pt, A lot of fine milch .
cows from the .bled the orange to sweep the Hudson .
Inglis to .J. A. :Merritt & Co' I Hirschkovitz at t I" "". .
dairy 12 1904 and there,was open water between .
1. Elswick Park Br $S. :Mills, 2203! Turton & McMillan. them and Pennsylvania all tQe Bottled only by
212 S. Palafox St. Newcastle-on-Tyne to H. Baars & C
: o. warrln9ton.1 ,
way from the half to the finish. They
.t Phone 727. Federica, Aust. ss, Zar, 2261, New WATCH FOR THE i were never let out. Hygeia Bottling Works .
Orleans to Gulf Transit Company THE MARBLE HALL ,

Glenwood, Br ss, Richards, 1253, LOR IN THE NEW BRENT! BUILD), Mark Seeds Catchers.
New Gulf Transit ING NEXT WEEK. 124 E.
York to Co. I Horace Fogel sayfi that Manager Chase Street. Phone 537.
Huttonwood Br. ss, White 2533 St -.
THE Connie Mack of the rhUadf'lpbiameti.:
Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. i .
Paliavra, the Pilot. i cans seems to be able to get about -
'I( Philadelphia Maria, Anst to; Gulf ss, .Gerolinich Transit Co., 257S The original Palicurus was the pilot tlll"g be wants In the.line of players any- r" .....+.+.+.+.++.N.N.N4sONNNNNN', )..++...+.*

BIG 4 :Magician, Br ss, Baby, 3271, Liverpool of 'Eneas, the hero of Virgil's". neld" 1 except: catchers lie has been on the
to A. A. Brown& Co. during his sea wanderings. Virgil said lookout, for several years for a pairthat I $$13 Makes a Cool Kitchen all Summer |

Westland Br ss, Granger, 2001, Vera of him that in storm or calm weatherhe ti .. } can outhit his present trio but ,
J of today is exemplifiedin Cruz to F. O. Howe. "ever held his rudder true. This somehow: be cannot discover one. It
Principessa Laetltia, Ital ss, Monta- faithful helmsman however, being F was the general impression that Z Don't you think t is worth that amount to have a kitchen *

> the Qualities of the nail,. 1747 Tampa to J. A. Merritt & overcome by weariness or by an evil Schreck hit about as well Is( most : that Is,not heated like a furnace, so the 'good house *

,Headache Remedy. Co. spell fell asleep at hU post and fall- I f catchers and. moreover, that his bits : wife won't swelter and burn up these hot days *
Ing downward into the sea was drownI were generally very timely. The dif
1 : BRO=MO-VIN Ships. ed. In literature his name- has been applied L I ficulty in finding good backstops is not : Gas $1.50 a Thousand eet. T

Harvest Queen Brit ship Forsyth to any one who fills the office of I Edith-I don't know what it Is that : confined to Mack. Collins of Boston f ;

f .._ Quick Certain Agreeable Rio Nordstjernnen Janiero to order., Nor I, a pilot or acts as a guide in troubled draws me to that fellow lluggerly. t has bad the same trouble and Criger Makes it a more "economical fuel than coal and wood at J
ship, 1,635 times, as the chief minister of a niter. Alice I do. It's his arm. still in a class by himself. their present prices.' The comfort %
in cool
and Harmless. Iraksen La Guayra to W. S. Keyser ; you get a
I": i & Co.. This use of the word has no referenceto i!I : kitchen; Is In addition to the saving of dollars. :
the unfortunate fate of Palinuros. Information Wanted. The Cincinnati Club's Cba.& .. '
ForrSale by Barks but to his duty as a helmsman. Nell-I've got a new way to tell a j The Clcc'nnati club has: made these I _: :
De'gregorl Glo Botto, Ital bk. 1294 person's age. several Important changesPitcher .
: ;> White's' Pharmacy I Genoa to Rossasco Bros. Belle-Is that so? .Will you tell any Drnhot sold to St. Louis. Pltctwr Gus'
Gesine Ger bk, Larsen, 1375, Ham Old Chronic Sores Ii Pensacola Gas
f PALAFOX STREET. one's' age? Dorner traded to Boston for user, : Company \
burg to McKenzie Oertlng&: Co.. As a dressing for old chronic sores Pitcber
'Xell-Yes. Harper traded to Chicago
: **A Manufactured: by King Malcolm It bk Gdfl1233, Ge- there is nothing so good as Chamber '
toa to Huges & Co. : lain's Salve. While it is not advisable! Belle Tell me yours then-Catholic Third n3S :n:1;: Lobert. Negotiationssr Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
j 0. VAN ANTWERP; & SON v :Standard! and Times. ; on for Out Fielder oj
Luisa flat bk. 1591 Montano, from to heal old sores entirely, they should 1 low York Dougherty NH.NN.NN.NN....+.....NNINNN.N.....*...?
Nolloth ,| /red First Baseman Can to
Mob e, Ala. to master.. be kept in a good condition for which -,
'-fd Lamberg, Nor bk. Johnson, 1215 this salve is especially valuable. For Oae on Him. I dated I fur early revise.REMEMBER. -,. .- -' -- .
!! .L---- Hamburg to McKenzie Oerting &\ Co. sale by all drtfggists. "So you are 'a joktsmith," said the I.

Monrovia. Nor bk, 1449. Aase Ham editor, handing back manuscript. il
1 burg to order. The tad eyed visitor. 'admitted his -
: think 1: of snowcapPed mountains and cool, bubbling
you pure
Port Sonoclan. Uruguay bk, 1112, guilt
Ferres Mentevideo to German'American Throw "Well," resumed the"'editor, not unkindly I FOLKS brooks. with the zcst of Bohmianadded, when you

t, You Need a Palmas.Spero Lbr.,. Co.Nor. bk. 623 Bostlg. Las Away I too.Houston, "the point Post of,, your' ; ;jokes myth 1 That as soon as you notice, the first drink: A. B.,C BOHEMIAN BOTTLED BEER.\

l, ; Stranger. Swed bk, I symptom of a disordered Stomach Liver THE',PURITY" OF A. B. C.
Anderson 485Loreco Your Troubles The Only Place. Kidney or Bowels you can save IS THE A. B. C, OF PURITY.
Marques- to Southern State I Reporter (to the mausger of the :I yourself a' lot of unnecessary suffer

i ; Thin Coat Lumber Co. Schooners. Life Is too short to spend i menagerie understand there was ail !1 ing by taking a few doses of the cele-
accident of kind here. Where : brated ;E.r
& ; Donna Christina, Am sen, McLeod. a s'ngle day of it In idle : come WHY WE CALL IT S V lli
; Belize. shall I get reliable news of the affair
I 165. broodIng.' Select cool if
a I ? tl Hostetter's

For SummerThere's spot and get a supply of Manager-At the gnu's stand.-Lip \ EuUlJ
i:; FOR SALE.A I pinrott's! Magazine. Stomach Bitters A.B.C.BOHEMIAN (:",_
lot of fine mUch cows from the .
f6r Hirschkovitz dairy at Warrington.\ RED i | without any delay. Our 53 years' rec.
Troubled Iden.hat
K: better Turton & ord of cures. is the bes guarantee of
nothing than a McMillan. I "
r I \\ do you do when trouble
} I its merit. It cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia h
.t skeleton Blue Serge. fIts t strikes youT ; Costiveness*dillou3necs, Heartburn
Ii -
i-...' comfortable when I l CREW NOTICE. i HEART t "Shout balleldiar% Flatulency! Cramps, Diarrhoea,
you I Neither the cajtain, owners "Does that scare him off' Female Ills or Malaria, Fever and
couldn't bear to 'wear'any other 1 a nor 'consignees of, the "Yes; he thinks I'm so happy: be Ague.
kind ; ltl, ss Principessa Laetitfa! ? Because we go to Bohemia
- and the cost Is small BEER takes to the woods Atlanta: Corm every
;,- will be responsible for debt"contracted tution. I _. ---- ---- year and obtain our supply of
': by the crew of said vessel ,
We are carrying a few, of the ---
W' nicest you ever You'll I 1 IONT A.. ARI. Captain. and Imagine that you are A Slap DneL.Borrouchs q; Hops from the best hop producing
,J. A. MERRfTT & CO.. Consignees.. district of that
a be .surprised, to find that such .a millionaire. This Is a -So these are your rooms. It's TheStarching : country
: beer If I were you rd'lit'e In more: com which
excellent qualities and fine fitting CREW NOTICE. of merit, yet sold for fortable That grows the finest qualityof

Neither the captain ow'nere only 10 cents. Those' who quarters. hops in all the world.
f garments can be had at the ilarkley:) I would If / bad the VIe _
f prices we offer.Every a bl nor Paollna consignees of the Itl have tried It years ago I hal\"es'and dollars Certain people owe Mahes Shirtsfrom go to' Canada for the best '
(: will be responsible 1
cling to it because it .
j. me.-Philadelphia Press The Star
for debts contracted by Barley grown in all the world. ,
man should have '.
net agrees perfectly with stand the hot weather sa
the crew of said vessel '
We use only the
r of them. See our duck pants I f SICARDI Captain. them. I A Rnde 4waLenlnK. well The Shirts we do best materialin ,

:r-. and white vests. Quality is titA.STConsignee.Do They were talking of ages- I up keep theIr shape and brewingA. .
t I A gi&'y old beau beautiful white pearl
r 'what counts In every purchase And a Ttty maiden I
> Thee color longest: We do all
Not Neglect Your Bowels. Of sseen or
you make here. so.
I kinds of B. C.
laundry work BEERS
1 I Many serious diseases arise "I am scarcely too ancient I well Not only men's Be African BrevftzCs
f neglect of the bowels. Chamb rla1n's For you. dear am I*" shirts and collars, but ST. LOUIS.
Stomach and Liver Tablets are a Lewis Bear Co He whispered her softly ladies dainty lingerie -.--
tie pleasant and agreeable laxative. ,They Through a plaintive! sigh. welL Only Beer bottled
invigorate the liver and regulate the THE EXCLUSIVLY at the Brewery in

:;.H1 0. ANSON, bowels For sale by '*11 druggists.FOR Wholesale Agents "Ah His the heart year beats are came as.nothing fast; **- The Star Steam St. Lous. Therefore the only Beer jehose PURITY: can be I

Rethought he had capturedA afcsoltttely GUARANTEED.
SALE. maiden .
R. CASH CLOTHIER at last."Ah..the Laundry.
years are a> nothing N GOLIRIN6
Corner Pabfox and halo SAFES. APPLY OR ADDRESS 'P.UNDENSTR Pensacola, Fla. Dear major." said she. 37 E&art.n St. Fhon 114. Distributer, PENSAGOLA
JEWELER To me 1'011'In always Prttacol Fin "
11iuiiiiiiiiiiiiii PENSACOLA. II Be Just twenty-threa." I f I
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VJj : I ed 12.00 per day..for thirty days, inasmuch Worth '.iJ cf a vomarVs life. Is the name often given to the "change of life." 1 I"1"; :

the Board' ;.tJ"f ,Bond Trustees as he had not made any attempt SomethingYes ': Your menses come at long intervals, and grow scantier until they .. ',,' : ;
during this per.od to ,secure employ '
With R. ( ;Sthnie and T menL there are* men in this a.o& stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three i

I I Alderman Renshaw said that if this town who have never COUNTY cr four years, and It Is the cause of much pain and discomfort. : '
was a compromise that the other party bought clo'hes here. But .,
Chalkley{ tton. which can, however, be cured, by taking :
should be consulted, or else'he would even with an Increasing
I come back for the balance. population they are grow.
Alderman Cahn believed that if Daw ing fewer in number. They -

DIRECTS, THE ',BOARD TO AWARD was entitled to 30 days he was entitled are in a minority now. Report of the Finance Committee .

,io all he. claimed,but did_ not see that That is why Pensacola is WIIIECARDUI
he had any claim. generally conceded be Showing Expense for the "
is a limited TOCHAS. Alderman Watson favored grantIngthe one of the "good dress-
claim as he did not believe in firing ers." We can fit any man ,.
We only! have a certain .dalr'l REPORT_ HEARD AND: a man without a hearing while or boy at a very small Month of June.. -' I ;

of caergy at our disposal.DO Alderman McHugh believed in letting cost. Dbn't believe us Woman's ReliefIt +
FOUR ORDINANCES PASSED. the matter go to the courts. unless you want to. but :: r .
YOU THINK? Mayor Bliss took the floor against: just give us a chance to The following is the report of the -,

the granting of the payment of the prove it.White. finance committee of the Board of quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miserable- J ; .:

Think to-day what a difference :The City Council held a lengthy session claim, and answered a number of ques- County Commissioners showing the s ness, forgetfulness fainting dizziness, hot and cold flashes weak'j.: .-
it will make t0comfortable ,h@.Y last night ,and notwithstandingthe tions propounded to him by the alder- tills .
He held that were audited and approved, ness, tired feeling etc. Cardul trill bring safely this ; /
light, heat from which many .suffered men. that flaw was a day you through j L .
even-thing and .
cool, fre$h and in perfect,taste.' was transacted. Contracts and could be dismissed: at any & NixOUTFITTE issued for: which; warrants were ordered "dodging period," and build up y ur strength for the rest of your life. J_., : .
were.; approved with R., C. Stor-
Xo matter where you go or rfe for constructing the sewerage: system Alderman D'Alemberte: then amended RS General Fund. At druggistsTn $1.00 bottles. Try it ;1 1 .. :

what you do, we have every with T. Chalkly Hatton as engi- his motion to pay the full claim of {11. W. .Williams] superintendent :" .

requisite! in the realm of clothes neer-n I Upon roll call the vote stood seven
with were authorized to enter into a eon- Mrs. J. W.; Williams seamstress '
the weather and the world. the city hall. Several new ordinances The original motion not. to allow the Elba Bickers cook .. .... .: 1400 troubles. We will send Free Adin of Easton, Md.. "until I took Cardui, '1 ,. '. ..
I were introduced; four ordinances passed claim was then put, the vote being. Next to New Brent Building Mack Owens. farmer, ..' .. 18.00 plata sealed envelope). I which cured me so quiddy it surprised
20 PER CENT OFF. ON ALL -: the mayor's annual re/brt heard seven 'in.favor and four..against. El: D. Beggs, judge criminal 1 dies'Advisory Dept.The Address'I-'I I ny doctor, who dda't know I was II t I .''

CLOTHING THIS WEEK. and much miscellaneous business Alderman Cahn then moved and it 29 S. PALAFOX ST. .court .. ... .. .... b-.. ,_ 83.33 Medicine Co., : taking it." I ; .

I transacted. Mayor BJss presided and was carried,' that the'Board of Public R. P. Reese; county attorney. 75.00 L _,r 't, < ;- .-
Aldermen Cahn'.Christie; Hays DA1enrberte :Wbrks c'te Mr.Daw to appear for trial Dr. McMillan, county physician y. "W. Er; lM_ ,, L-: : ;; : ; l'_o r -V ,
Maura. McHugh, Rely, Ren- at once.The SAFES SAFES I SAFES! SAFES ;. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7500P. ;" ;," ."
shaw Watson Wright and Yonge were Franchise Committee. Llndenstruth repairing t". ,
present as were also Chairman Greenof Chairman Cahn of the franchise Buy Diebold Safes. I. clock, .. ..o .. .. .: ... 5.00 SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. i .
the Board of Bond Trustees and committee reported upon several mat- ;J. H. Hutchtns ,Janitor ... .. 6000 .\ '
Chairman Zelius of the Board of Public ters. As .to the ordinance granting, a Scarritt Moreno, Agent. II Henry Bellinger cost lunacy 1 ." '

Works. right of way for a railroad track along cases, .. .. .. .. ... .. 6.00 rjiIif: 2 '" .
Board of Bond Trustees. Garden street the committee tater I White's Pharmacy drugs.. .. 18.45 THE ALABAMA ERENAUEUFAULA ':.
that it was opposed to the use of i Jno. L. Poiney, clerk circuit ;
The regular order of business was Steam on that street- and would sub-I court. .. .. .. .. ... 5490 "
suspended, after the minutes had mit an amended ordinance. The committee I ifOUNU HIS SON I I Pensacola Water Co.,. water .. 23.32 ALABAMA 1..( ,
been approved and reports of Chairman further stated that it Intendedto ; ':J. C. Van Pelt. for Janitor at : A HICH GRADE COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY t i t ..

Write\ Barber ShopThe Green of the Board of B&nd hold .a public meeting next week I jail.M .. .... .. .:" .- v. ... 1500 I5W* FOR rOUNj LADIES 'f'.' r. .

Trustees heard. The first was a contract upon the street car fender matter and Electric Light Co.,'lights .. ... 81.39 _: r Thorough course in Literary, i t :"i ie '.
white barbers formerly of 36 entered Into between the city and that as soon as the'views of those in- i Gem Book Store stationery '... 415 r4a- special advantages in music, .1
3.! Palafox SL, are now located at No. R. .C. Storrie for the sewerage and terested could be obtained the committee AFTER FORT! : :News Publishing Co., stationery art, oratory. Orchestra of 15 f

\ E. Government St.. next to'Western dra'nage! system together with the would submit its report.. i .. ... .. .. .. .. ... 4.50 11tIy1M1r----- instruments. Beautiful new building !., :

Cnoo.: bond of the contractor for $73,000. Special Committees; !P. E. Brawner supplies county .. I I -' .,_ located upon a magnificent elevation. : ..til _
This also included a supplementary Alderman Christie, of a special committee I farm. .. .. .. .. .... .. 15.91 ... ,:;k !- Ideal winter climate,sphenoid health record.AfahuMkBrecav i il 'fl '
OSCAR E. MAURA, contract which the board had found ,"stated that the county commissioners West End Market meat, .. ... 6.10 ii' .- ,. ChaUaqua takes place of usual f. .t. ..
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. necessary. Upon motion te mayor had agreed to pay one-ha'f' the roes G. W. Burrow blanks. .. eo' 9.50 -'i' ,-- '- ,. Commencement Write for illustrated catalogue. f ;
Mecks. Bonds and Securities Bought and Sold. was authorized to sign the contract on rental of three beds in the hospital to I H. It. Nichelsen costs inquests 3.00 :' .
E.Government St. P. O. Box154 the part of the city. be used Jointly and to be paid for at .H. & W. B. Drew Co., blanks 4.68 iiiIii
- The mayor was authorized to have the rate of 1.050 per rear 1W. J. & B. Forbes supplies 2650 -. l3:.<

COTTRELL, the. contract recorded. The questionof New: Ordinances. J. A. Walker, supplies, ... ... 315
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. who should be the custodian 'of the Unanimous consent was 'granted Alderman i MoDavid-HyeT Co, wood, .. .. 490 ; ::
Former Pensacolian's for
Pensacola. Fla. contracts after they are recorded was Cahn to introduce an ordi- Searqh Henry S. White stationery ... 1600 .t ... ',"
discussed, but no action taken. nance providing for the drainage and 'J. E. Williams tobacco... .. 3.75 '-"''' l'''
WATCHES AND CUT GLASS Chairman Green :then submitted! a sewerage system and its construction.I Long Lost Boy'at Last Gulf Machine Works, locks. 48.00
contract with T. Chalkly Hatton as J It was read-the firsttlme and upoimtlon ; I Wjcke & Co., work county I51oto1ffyonareavicihut.d 1 :Tr:
ScmethlnQ Swell In Gold Jewelry.V. Rewarded .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '105.74 .
I jail, '
, A. Gahlenbeck. 211 S. Patfax: SL engineer-in-chief of the Improvement was read the second time and re- of malaria. ri i : '.'
work, with at 5 cent 'A. V. Clubbs work county
compensation per ferred. It called for the commencement --
.. .. Don't Do It. It's Dangerona. -.i;
of the money expended. It was also of the work on October 1. This jaIl.. .; .. 1,11536M. "
TURTON 4 BELL adopted. caused considerable comment the After a search, extending over forty : J. Murphy examining :' We'll admit it will cure malaria but it leaves ________ 1 f.. ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 181.od The Hall. as years for some trace of his family i lunatic. .. .... .... .... ... 1.00 __ almost deadly after effects. !'
mayor and some of the aldermen favored 1
Neils Volkman who Is 76 years of age, -:
Supplies. Fmis'itnj: for Amitenri. '-McK. Oerting& Co., paint 1265
In regard to the contract for the city immediate commencement. Al-
a FloridIan now residing at No. 311 drugs .... ... 44.30
hall, Chairman Green stated that he derman Wright took the position thatit John Sheppard
Y. has :
Third street Brooklyn, N. luna- BERDINE
R. K. WHITE, was not yet ready to make a full report would be October 1st !before the Dr. Kennedy examining il >
',zlt lRaker. Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate but the board had decided tt tractor could' get a1!! material here.con- found his son who is a prosperous business I tic .. .. .. .' .... ...... .. 200 j :' '
f,' 30 S. Paiafat Street. Pen oil. Flu.TerselyTold man in New Orleans says the J. Ed. Williams, county treasurer .
ts a. sac award the contract to Chas. H. Turner. Other aldermen bel'eved it. would be Jacksonville I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 89.57 !! fa purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed: !\ H ?I ,.. ;,"i
motion '
Upon of Alderman Yonge the dangerous to dig up the downtownpart came to' this country from to core malaria, sick headache biliousness iV -
board was instructed to enter into the of the city at this time of the W JM. J. Scott, supervisor registration ,I ADd stomach. ,kidney and liver ccmplaints. .' \ 1 I- I t',1
Denmark when M was 20 years of age .. .. .. .. .. .. 50.00 \ '\, \ ..
contract year but thought it would be all rightto and settled in Pecsacola': Fla. After a I T. B. Meeker, mules .. .. .. 46000C. 1 TRY IT TO-DAY. .i r ;. ',..
Renshaw rising to a pointof commence in the portion.
upper I married life of two the Civil /;
years C. Van Pelt transporta- .Ii
\V \. B'ount, Jr., returned information, asked how the bid3 Alderman.Renshaw thought it mightbe War began and he-was-dr rted into I tion lunatics .., .. .. .. .. 5210 50.Cents a. Bottle.lAD Druggists.JO. 1.:, .:.
ar from New Haven Oomu, rester.1 were invited whether the lowest ha<* prejudicial to the health of the community active' service. fAt -the"close of the ,LT. S. Roberts tax collector... 390.46 :__ __ 1- ..,=_1.z.Lr- 1.-'
, tended the Yale commencement to be accepted. The mayor replied to d:g up the old muck downtown war he returned to his former home ::I.?. \IA- Van Pelt groceries.. ... 82.45 'r:;
re !s. that they were for the lowest and best but believed that by the time the
and was astonished to learn that he ,A. 'M. Avery per diem .. .. 6.00 I
The custom house will eX-I bidder, and the city reserved the rightto material reached here the cold weather was supposed to be. dead and that his 'iW. J.:Sennott per diem .. ..' 6.00
reject any and all bids if such was would be near enough at hand.New .
wife, with born two months after diem nd
;c.e on Saturday at 1 o'clock p.. ., a son I J.M. Andrews, per *
deemed advisable. Ordinances. the had before .. .. .. 13.20
nd persons having vessels to clear or he went to war long i mileage ft16ri
:nter on that date should bear ths; in Mayor's Annual Report. Alderman Reilly introduced an ordinance left Pensacola and was almost forgot !J. A. Wiggins, per diem and i
liaJ. The regular order of business was providing for the declaring of ten there. mileage. .. .. .. .. .. 43.40
then resumed, and Mayor' Bliss read all places where stagnant water formsto Then began the search that has just I J. R. Stewart,' per diem and 1 [
Prof. Hal. Moreno, of Palo Alto his annual report, which covered reports be nuisances, and if not placed in ended. Working at whatever he.could I mileage. .. .. .. .. .. 30.00 : ;:
alif, one of the faculty of the Leland- from heads of all departments.It proper condition in five days by the find to do, Volkman traveled from one I County judge's pay roll, :Moates J

:'anford University, which was partly was a lengthy document but was owners after notification, that the city state to another always making inquIries I lunacy case .. .. .. .. .. 12.00E l'
.estroyed by the California earthquake I listened to with interest by the alder do the required work and charge the; and following up every clew F. Bruce, examining lunatic I .j;

:S; in the c'ty on a short visit to his! men and others present The report same against the property. It was he could! find to his miss!ng family. .. .. .. .- .. ... .. .. .. 2.00 ;:1 : <..
elative! "'m. E. Anderson I I, will be found en another page in a'- read the first and second time'&n re .A. M. McMillan transcript of 1 }
Robert H. Parker, sales manager : most its entirety. The. report was received ferred. He also introduced an ordinance records .. .. .. .. .. ..' 5963 ) i -j
he Southern Clay Manufacturing ofl. j I i and filed. : providing for the inspection! of SUMMARY OF E. W. Peake. work .. .... .. 194-00 :t, ;4j

f Chattanooga Tenn., manufacturers1 I I I The Fnance Committee. electrical wires and charging a fee for F. R. Pou, burial paupers .. '.. 33.50 tt 11
. Chairman submitted report .. ... 2500 .
1 umfled brick, is in the city In the I I Reilly a same. It was read and referred to the THE WEATHER S. M. Gonzalez, services I t. lj.
covering several matters, among which and Forfeiture Fund. f
itaest cf hs: firm and was present I committee on general ordinances.' j Fine t
were old tax certificates some ofwh'ch Geo H. Davis, feeding convicts 1 ;
at the
ast night meeting the chy I :
ounciL could be collected; the petition On Third Reading. Cool weather continues to prevail In .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 30309
Wright! of the ordinance l
of citizens of East Hill for extension commissions on
I an Pensacola, notwithstanding the fact !:1. C .Van Pelt, -r-- t
Major Bliss ia now receiving appli-, of the water mains from Four and engrossing committee reported favorably collections .. .. .. .. .. .. 207J .l
that it is nearly the middle of Ju
ants for the position of official dog teenth avenue upon the ordinance grantngthe : y convictions .. 105.00J. 'jp,
avenue to Eighteenth Scott M. Loftin, // :
cher: which office is shortly to be Pensacola Grocery Co. the rfght to Yesterday tie maximum was 82 degrees I /1' ,
granted feeding
they recommended ; C. Van Pelt. prison f'
:::1 If J by appo'ntment' As yet no one( the employment of a deputy tax collector construct a spur track on Jefferson while the minimum inch was 73 degrees era:: .. ... .. .. .. .. .. 3 5 Y! I[ 4:11
with .09 of ralnfalL Last
as been chosen, but it is possible that street, and if was unanimously'passed i ian an criminal costs 33.21
and a recommendation that he \\Jno L. Pinney R R1
.me party will be named b)' the end, be paid 5 per cent of the amounts he ordinance providing that all side- year on the same date the maximumwas :. R. Landrum, criminal costs 1.80 //1 !!
81. degrees, the minimum 73 degrees -
I he jralks on Garden street between Tarragona 2 .17 1
present week. may collect and also a warrant for R. :It. Nichelsen criminal costs : _
and Spring streets, be twelve,I with ()2 of an inch rainfalL Observer criminal 1-11
*6.000 Bellinger *
as interest on thebond money Henry .
Sirs A. L. McClure whose little son Reed in his daily of
in width 'ordinance summary
feet ..
an ..
from the United States Mortgage and ; creating costs .. .. .. .. -. 17.33 I!
:ecintly appeared at the police station the office of superintendent of buildings weather conditions yesterday said.
: Levy criminal costs.. %.5S
I Trust Company, which had been turned C. N. c r-rThe Great f.ome"1.
3d: told a story to the effect that head .t and streets at a salary of $100 "Pressure has increased considerably M. Harrison criminal !
over to the officers. The import J.
been turned out of home by hi* was received proper and the recommen- per month; and the ordinance -providIng over the Great Lakes and fallenin costs .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.60 ;
other, denies that !such is the case, South Dakota; it is st'll -
for appropriations. The last named comparatively criminal.
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dat'ons A. W. Brewton Drink For All
adopted. "
:tad: san that she was very much sur-' The Daw Claim. was placed back upon its ,second : high over Idaho and low over costs .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 9.55i ; ; l H
' when the' i the southwest. Scattered showers and
rled she heard of report: reading and slightly amended. All i J. C. Van Ttelt, criminal costs IOU I I: ,
"nil publication of it. She says she is Chairman Reilly of the committee, were passed with but few dissentingvotes. i thunderstorms continue in the cotton Smith criminal costs.. 975 .I'f !,.... { -
iW. H. :
Very much devoted to him and" Is dong submitted a supplemental report dea' i belt and have been quite general from I Fund. ': J Indigestion 1. "
' everything possible to raise him, ing with the claim of J. A. Daw for i Vlrgin'a and Pennsylvania northeastward .. Road and Bridge : t :, :
Alderman D"Alemberte notice convict
)>roperly I IA 44 hadbeen days pay, Mr. Daw: alleging that he!1 that he would Introduce an gave ordinanceat r ; the showers have been heavyin , Majors. .., .. .-. .- 43.601 1 !'I ,I[ .,.- ; tfl
suspended by Chairman scattered localities from southern .I/'i
box car loaded with phosphate the next meeting giving authority ',Mike Pitts, work'convict camp 54.Oa: 'jij 'II//'
:uck. which was being switched to one I Zelius 'some months since, and although -! to construct a spur track across Gar-i Lou'slana eastward to the Atlantic, R. :L. Bratches. work convict I '/ ; f I

of he has endeavored to secure al I street, after which the and in the New England states. The .. .. .. .. .. .. 43.60, '.
the wharves den meeUngadjourned.
'ternoon, left the by .an track en'glne at the yesterday corne'I trial finance he eQmmttee..attahed has been! unable to do so The I weather: has remained generally!} fa'rin I; S. Majors, work convict I 'I iit'|| J The great value of a real, LII tf; !
. as a part other sections of the country with
.. 31.87
?f Tarragona and Zarragossa, smash- camp .. .. .. .. .. .. ,j II
cf the report an opinion. from the showers In
city inappreciable northern
;n Into a telegraph pole and tearing: who Bowel Complaint in Children. i Edwin Spears, work convict j genuine Ginger Ale as a i ;. r I
attorney, stated that he not Dakota I :
town was I Illinois South and Wyoming"Temperatures camp .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20.001( [1 1I
an well scatter-
arc light: as as, positive that Daw had the months'chil-'
a legal c'aim! During summer reached 94 degrees
as electric and telephone wires over I against ,the city. subject to disorders of the'I of I Thus Lester, work convict | remedial agent for Indigestion has i '
the dren are Tuesday in parts Texas Montanaand .. .. .. .. .. .. G.87
ground in vie: damage camp
that nlty The -
In submitting which should receive careful
I the report the committee -I bowels Nevada.' I convict
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and was repa'red! : during the afternoon'' made n3: recommendation but! attention as soon as the first unnatural "Occasional showers With variable Ebbin Brown.. ..: .. .- 1.>.> .. been thoroughly and satisfactorily ;
the .6\
car replaced on the track. ]I l both Chairman Re!lly and Alderman I looseness of the bowels appears. The I winds ,are indicated for this section!I camp Walters eo work convict: \
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DAlemberte favored granting- him I best medicine in use for bowel complaint I l tonight' and Thursday," camp .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18.43 r proven by Red Rock Ginger Ale. : f
Oust try Blue Ribbon Lemon and some renumeraton'anj! Alderman: is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Taylor Godwin, work convict -

Vanilla extracts once and :you will al- D'Alemberte offered substitute to' and Diarrhoea Remedy as It promptly II FREIGHT, HANDLERS I camp. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2001! This statement is sustained by the fact !,
Jays demand them. Takes less; Alderman Cahn'a motion, which was controls any unnatural looseness of]] STRIKE IS SETTLEDNew |W. .\. r/Alemberte. drugs.. 1295 -
"ors ieriecti I to disallow the c'alm. that he !be allow. the bowels. For sale b'all !Uas. McVoy &. Co., lumber.. 714, that eminent and ethical physicians ;

dnlnist"-j I Orleans July 11. The strike McMillan Mill Co. lumber ... 4.58 enthusiastically recommend it ;
of Illinois Central freight handlers, F E. Brawner, supplies.. .. 8353 j
which began several days ago, was I :M. F. Gonzalez: & Co., feed ... 97.83 and use it in their practice.

r- compromised to-day. Tie men wer J. E. 'Williams, tobacco ... .- 375,
granted an increase cf twenty cents W. L. Mojer; supplies .. .. 815. :

per day. A. 1... Woolen. horse shOOIng 500J On sale (bottled) at all groceries and on draught at soda founts ..
THE SOUTHERN HOTEL W. J. & B. Forbes, supplies 5.V>\ t* !

H. Cravey supplies .. .. ... 53.00 I ? .l
MRS. F. L. BOWEN 'PROP. E E Wolfe building bridge 6.00 '
Geo. H- Davis. supplies; .. .. 36.05 i
AMERICAN AND (FREE BOOK : District No. 3. .. 1S.U8''
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. EUROPEAN PLAN. Road Jno. Reeder work lumber .. .. ... 1.881 Trade supplied by CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.

D.stnct No. 4, .. 303.52
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES I "The Road Road Road-work work., D;:strict No. 5, .. 3000 Wholesale Distributors, Pensacola. -1 1

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I .. .. .. .. .., 4.80Reliford I ,
Pleasant, Convenient, Comfortable._ QuJslne. Excellent, to Wellville"Miniature &' Gates. lumber ... 505 Marine Co. Florida and Alabama JLAND
Grocery :
Set vice Up.tO'Bate copy In pkgs. of WILL NOT PUT TICKETIN COMPANYManufacturers ;
FIELD' THIS YEAR 604, 605 S. Palafox St. :

If will call phone 490 drop us a postal or call in Phone 725. j !
you up ; < : person ,Postum and Associated Press. of >:1t
we will, be glad;to give you-rates for either rooms, board or both. Nashville Tenn. July 1L-The State V. J. VIDAL, Manager. I, and Dealers in ;t'{ '. d I

l Grape-Nuts Executive committee of prohib'tion-! \Ve carry a full line of Imported and) LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN I 1'1'' !
,. ists decided today not to put ticket Domestic Groceries and Provisions.-
__ in the field this year. \Ve want your patronage. GLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. : f ,1 1f

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