The Pensacola journal.

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The Pensacola journal.
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Daily journal
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Pensacola news-journal
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Pensacola, Fla.
Mayes & Co.
Mayes & Co.,
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Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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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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DalOas, TIR, Aug. 14.-ElBe
III.U RI IUE1 ste demo cr.t c convey tion *. O F
opened heretoay se Kiled One Man and Seriously Wounded
REUNION The first snon was devoted *m o e d a Brownsvileen Will Be ReHNR
0 temporary chrmaan. 1 UIU U I ll *
S first r governor m d to Prevent Further Trouble. N l ID
will hardly be taken boferreI
wmers of G. A. R. Succumb *to *ro a t e o l.
mbr A. SuIn a speech Senator Bailey By Associated Pressom and became unuly, ring several Hd FN Cipn y, Was lest I UU
During Big Gathering decla" d that W'! liam J. Bryan *avle Texas, Aug. 14.-An- volleys down the a n street. r d and er
DurUUing UGa edU at bao already been deternmined e Bred because of a search made in Frank Natus, a bar keeper, was ldW U n fl
Minneaolis. presidential nominee, which 0 their ranks in an effort to apprehend killed and Policemnn bngas serious-
evoked wild applause. 4 the negro who attacked Mrs. Leon ly wounded and his horse killed. Bul- *
.E.m E0vans at her home last Friday even- lets entered many houses.
atre Of Evening WS Cmp members of a battalion of nenTer oes beloagt the twenty, TWO OTHMR CoMIM OF ... Jhs
gm federal toops. at- 'ft. Brown, made that they be removed to avoid STATE TROOPS FROM WEST rl O MISlflg
Fire at AiMdtoium. r near here, entered Brownville today trouble. .
NiGHT-REUNION8OF THE VA- b1Ied of county commisekmers
ROUS REG.MENT. CARRIED ll 111 I|rn \lfl i ,sergeant major of the met in regular mseilo las ght
uThird btton of oTd tt with ad members, Oommisioners
THROUGH ESTERDAY WTH Troops, returned yesterday fm w
GREAT SUCCEIS. CILT Iu Ul UII qu1 'ampa, where he had een ttendin A rew present.
U~l/ ni nm iP A iil "the encamapment of the state troops, A freat deal of rotioe business
a d states that it was one of the was dispOsed of, but the chief feat-
By Associated Proe most successful in the history of the ure of the meeting was the a r-
t nnrarcl:s, Minn., Aug. 14.-De- Mi U U llI U state, and that the militia of Florida e forer m sioer Frank
spit sonmwhat hot and sultry day Horse Which Has Been on I rapidly inning back what it ost Jo on, who add d e board
r.- rintnons (d the various regments ernmgl Traiks rmnuht lack By Associated Press By Asseelated Press during the period after the pfleais with a Qu1est that it dismiss the
:; ;.nd fr to-day wre carrie redu,,Ge UAgia u g AUAUgl d Aac Greenwood, 8. C., Au. 14-An at- Odessa Aug 14.-Genel Kub Ameiican war when little if any n. ts now ed aist certain
rh h great success. Recep h mpt at crminl assault was ade to-day ued an edict decreeing tat there was abown by any of the m ormer comm aers for the cov-
i, h ats uel msemers mu. another Race. to-day on Miss Jennie Brooks, the epkoyers identifying yrikma for lda to bave been
were alo held by members of twenty year old daughter of J. P. days-the latter had been on strike anes. .
Inc ladies of the Grand Army "Sleepy S m." a racer wh"ch belies Brooks, a prosperous merchant and hereafter incur penalties for so doing Mr. Abt state that the; were aleguty drawn by them. Mr. Joan-
t men s Relief Corps and other or- his name reached ,Pensacela yester- farmer near this place. including the closing of their Alc- tweNtyone companies in attemdace son's argument, which lack of space
gan.zatons, day, coming from Georgia where he The youn woman was left in stories. The same edict enjoins, the t 'the camp, and of ths thee De- prevents .pbMhncag in this aisue, w as
A feature of the evening was a won many laurels and incidentally car i t he mse, at- so w hm o e hlalak ompy, under oommand of A very logical one and be demomat,.t-
!e e-np fir* held in the aud;- mch. m neyn the tracks i t kngfe and threatened her She made port the cact to rethe lc p W. W. Ploumrnoy, formerly o ed very clearly that the commsslon-
T .it:mn which packed that structure mostate. Te normal arrived yesto oerd a desperate attempt to defend her- Reports from southern and souththis et y made the best abow4u, haV- ers had been acting in good faith
: 1 utmost capacity. Numerous Sam Rosenau, and *s now stabled and self with an iron br but the negr western parts of the interior say the i ng a full company, finely drilled ad when they drew the money. It was,
aql-esses were made. beagN put in condition for future rac f slashed her throat and nearly severed peasant disorders ae plding. eThe edgoodlsclpline. T'rhe'e we two after discussion, decided to lay the 4
Tvu more members of the Grand this month in P aensacola. t A po ie s toprsuit asd the negr odse b ie toe o other ommes m this sedon of matter over mtil the ext meeting.
Ope of the events in which "Sleepy APe- passe in d the eatth, but euse to I e upon thet
Army died to day. making three since San" will participate is a race against will probably be lynched if captured. peasants. (the state at the encampment, one Among other important matter
the beginning of thA encampment. J. "Choplate Drops," the fast mare from Marianna and the other from was instructions to the county attor-
H. Pairke, of Burlinggame, Kan- owned by Raymond Waters. This Apstachicola, and both made a lae ney to address a letter to Capt. I. B.
,. f11 dear!d o' apoplexy and George race has been arranged for several II bowing among the other troops. Cavanagh, U. 8. agneer, regd-
SSmih of New York was knocked ~ays and will be run probably ti I- lm Ii 1The ea pment ontinued or one the removal of some pilg i
'wn by a horse and died of concus- in ga dit t l ocal tck i L L I IfLUU I Il L. l I ee m f n on r esI ed ala 0 r ad
E on of the brain. The horse was brought here from cured by the men partltpattang e- building cauld be lightered down
Georgia especially for the race with T I specially as to camp life and reanl from the head of the bayou.
.i'W ( C TIll "Chocolate DrTops," as the owners of n. I II H A I Lduty Co nt. .oner Wa ggons was author- n
lL WO U /Il the latter believe that she can -defe t ll H H ed to ma a contract for tbuiug
the sleepy one wkh ease, although aII U d ro Gonale station to the t
MI g COURTSli T fhe failed to do so in the race wh inii r the co not to exceed
*I11"OURV IORTO was run here about two months TINVrT TI -l0lli0., Pill I HC oc0.0
since. It is stated that the race will I II I 11111nV IlI I il os E & Co., were the
be for a large purse, and muc'l inter- r I I I I I Us bders were awarded the t
-,aor ler Laney had thirtyfve de et is being manifested by the horse iIr for T .es the county
fPndants before him in the munic'pa! lovers of the city. 0 I&BB n&S I I I llor fa -m ro t o ne month r
o terda mornngfor al "leepy Sm" is owned by L. W. The board will meet on the rt
: ime five n l row. of Mariana, and i t is stated Tuesday In next moth to consider
tn. nner fivnce casus es were contin- that he won every race he entered on Has Been Nominated for Cngm N ew Contractr Has Made Bond rP BI C II0n10[ i
and F7-.tnee suspended d amouin to ca$94ses the Georgia tracks with ease and in c
Several jail sentences were imposed good time. Fromthe Third Con ional and It Will Be Ad at MANY LISTENED
pon parties who are frequent defend- a
a its before the court N tShrCn i cilM ein t AND CLI
A. n Interesting Case.l T r HU iLlIM. ATTENTIVELY
The rewordfr rendered his decision -Tbea mTa
Sthe case of Zan narra and W. H U-- BI1 II diT .. edkn th c., The new garbage contractor will to-n
,-u? s,. crrg.d w ic h orr w1 st ticket in the Third Congress.ont day take charge o the removal and By Assoiatd Pres. TO REV. J. BARNEY BUTLER LAST
_nd'i toar He fined th h e matterr 10 I r n i n District of lorida. .-He has been wors of rbe and the Board of Rio De Aug. 14.--The sub.- NIo T AT IHE TENT
an discharged Mr Hutchinson. Mr ninat by hi party to op pose bond will bl comtee Inerntnal Aerin w r-
dS ra tav he otce ol ae eal fo .e-r iesman tahe r gneral on and hold a meeting to-day at noon and ap can Conference on the Drago doc MEETING.
Se.on of the ounrty aud later went UIn ewllrapa p.the Al ei'a prove his bond, which has been fled trine to-day agreed on a resolution
aede th county avithchrities and Mral lots Novemer with the city clerk for the faithful even more general than the one on
hnn wtagt htrie r -. 1 n rl The congresoonal ticket is the only T ract comes elective tk the program. It recommended that any were present and listened at. "
cel tried 4n the criminal eb ut t e t to hve a lsta and day and the contractor, Carr, is to each American naton at its di last night at the tent revival meeting a
o th. /nbL out they expect te as w e a state receive., the sum of $425 per month tion request The Hague tribunal to las, ni the tentr. r l meetin- 1
The J im Crow Low. hr ar.Meeker, holds a cl-kr-hip from. the city for performing the study the questions of forcible col- Her streets, and the Interest seems t
m Croi w law had another '* i nnah's dr store and is well work. election of public debts and pecunit7y to be increasing with each asuccesslve
d .a municipal court yester- Wit .l -... e _. The cky has been removing the claims It was later announced that meeting.
orin_* when Mw ary a img a upo te R d b I Sen e iS t, c socialigsh t and beMeves t garbage or the past month and the Uruguay witthdrew from the agree. Last night Mr. Butler ha as his y.
rhare ofu n'se arrayed upon the his pa rtyi -rapidly coming to the service has been the most atisfac-m ent, but It, Is st'll believed the text, "If ny are not found written o
o sattg herself in a corn Of Ben es It lectII ._.Ufnt r a long period he wa. tory ever rendered but owing to the resolution will be adopted. in the book of life, be shall be east n
.....t in the ca other than that -I.- of. t"e lo- o--ial orgo w ---fact that it seriously interfered with into the burning re. The text was w
ted for colored people, and re. Park_ .t o ih hd ,.so he l tb street .uanid repairing, it .. D. .O .one which was handled In a powerful
f fltO e'nchange her when a tl. 'be c ,. w -ioame necessary to award the con- HiLl DAY ma nl,,ner by Mr Butler,. sad- istenxmp-- ""
by the s ea nucor R.Te oma-t . ... i traet to an outsider. It is expected ers were much impressed. One of b
-~~ sodctr Thtomn

n the car .down tow Monday Money or the comic parade, which t o- ,1 "1f that he DL I his striking sentences w .I hell
lght, and when she refused to gqt is to precede the gran4 mystle parade i and i nominst. e wsa os ed ne te same serve as has been OBLIGA IU l re is fgurative language what then m
fttthe portion reserved for colored next Mardi Gras is to be raised 6 bys t tat so ed ,t rendered by the ty carts. m te real hell e."
e the for nexth ras t headquarters .f the vi- m th rel e.
m.e she was arrested, Officer the Clerks Benevolent Association by i ao, and be was immediately The meetings a held nightly at o,
P')ide making the arrest upon caadh, e w Iried oi t and eHter-l ---m ly IMpH A-- ..J&T THE M.... .. WILL SE SAID AT THE 7:30 o'clock and a cord'a! invitation v1
emtplaint of the conductor at the tin ts at metric t Park every nominee of the socialists for WIen to all
Sil depo. After hearing a portion Tursday nght, which wtil not onl gress born ln Galveston Tex.,C C R IN a

ounnre eight. who w .e.. asmuch as it -- the Intation to tnake AFTER CHARTER O tepr. ...orril ...a nd se By As-ociated Press. I
ha made by i the e cet on the paraovide a tmusemenit i necesar ties from terfering with the aets tl e h c hes rid Aug. 14.- t occurred
e NPicrr hads on bunch of athe The clerks, who "ave of a ldrge oo oldn gva ous t M iwaukee Avenue Cooperarm- day at Cycln over local taxation e
S i ht Of this f m of i t are 4now STREET RAILW AY t tore of whi -Juort of he To-day s the Feas church mass we and aderme were stoned
i four were deharged and aout to et a a a rtn of tock isownedby Pred ent en Attf ad H as o aermatabbed
lr ld to trial Yesterday ort. nds n hand as a start a n cf the eder wacourkte oay sue a8 tOfe. i be at l the 2
i r Wr egbt. who were corral!e. asmuch as it i the inttion to Inake AfTER ;NAKrFK 0F tempmawry order prohibiting all par- y of Obliga.ion amon the Cat--o
Sd made by the o~cere ,-- rthe parade a feature,, it will neessari-- ties from .Ierfering with the assets lics through the worrid, s thechsl ,y Asc. Press.
i PrOgr es on one of thet Cause the expendi of a Idrge. 'WyUof l th eIAIn tive fwhice a maoofe i' a Cycl'n over loca taxion. ei
"b"" S4urday night. Of this s um o o oney, and the cl&ys are. now' RIKTR AILVW YIv estoki owedf b Pwhi ma.orit sten- A St. Jo.,.h's, church mass wn The mayor and aldermen were stoned er
hrhldr four were mislchrg a to giing portion of land of the ,Mllwaukee Avenue Stbe said at 6:s0 a. m.. and.lE gh MW a n
A com!c parade is very much de. By Associated Prom. *Bank. The order was laiued at the at ooc. Vespe l e at young sevel p
iUa- red as one oe the Mardi ra at. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 14.- A petItiqn request counsel representing the P-m. "- ,_.....d r .
I PfRATI ~R~F tractions. and t will hela 9a3 th received at the office of -the state directorrs of the store who *ma4qto At St.Mick*ael's bMue i a ora 5* ae5



Many Cities After Big Guns Give
to Pensacola by the


aMust k Bomrne by City if it Wolid
Secure the Relis.


Should the City of Pensacola fail to
grasp the opportunity now offered to
secure the two large teninch rifle
at Barrancas and Plcekens, it will not
again have an opportunity of securing
relics of former wars of this clasM,
and at such a small expense. App!lca-
tions are being received almost daily
from many Cities 'for guns of thia
character, and in these cases the
cities are willing not only to pay the
cosatof dismounting and removing,
but also the freight and any other
The government has presented
these two guns to Pensacola, provid-
ed they be removed within a reason-
able time, and also provided that the
carriages be purchased at a very
nominal cost, about $36 each, and the
finance committee of the olty coun-
tt now has the matter under consid-
eration and will report at the next
meeting as to whether or not the city
can spare the funds necessary to pur-
chase the carriages, and if so the
mayor will request the army officials
o al!ow the cannon to remain where
hey are until the city is in position
o remove them.
It is the desire of many to see these
wo immense guns, with their car-
iages, secured and mounted in the
plaza one on each side of the monu-
nent. The guns are of the ten inch
nuzzle loading type, which have been
convertedd Into eight-inch rifles, but In'
smuch as all muzzle loaders are now
)eing condemned the government is
reent!ng them to ct-les as relics,
nd they can be seen in many promi-
ent cities mounted In parks and
quares. Each of the cannon weighs
sixteen tons. and the reigh sixteen tons each. The latter
re of wrought iron, steel and copper.
hie city has secured *bids for the re-
noval of the cannon and carriages
nd mounting them in the plaza, th"
west of which is $535.
The mayor at a recent meeting of
he council reported regarding the
mount necessary to secure the can
on, and it was the opinion of some
f the aldermen that the c!ty could
ot at this time spare the funds but
rben it becomes known that the can-
on are the ast at the forts that can
e secured, it is probable that there

rill not he much opposition to the
movement to secure them at once.
One citizen yesterday, in speaking
f the matter stated that Pensacola,
f all other cities, with her history
nD record of wars upon wars, should
t least have some relic of these con-
ests mounted in the plaza.
Mayor BlIss stated last night in r-f.
rence to the debate between ovy-
nor Broward and Hon. John I
heard, which be had arranged for the
Dth of this month, but which wa
postponed on account of the necew
iry departure of Mr. Beard, that he
tended writing Governor Broward




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SAngel smane t and comm- .d tid
thoughts and aspirations of the-nother
WII^E beodiog over the cradle. The ordeal though
which the expectant mother must pass, how*
Sever,i s o ufa eotanger aud saidug that she
looks forward to the hour when she shall feel
the exquisie thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear.
Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child-
birtgctnee..ntirely avoided by the use of Mothers Priemd. a scientific
S li.amt r slatemdal use only, which toughest and renders phle all
the perts, and assists nature In
ts sublime work. By its aid T UI
thousands of women have
pus thiS great criss in per.
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S Sold ed so per bottle by wrists. Our book
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Touen alt Just as wil buy that whlch is good as
well as beautifl.' It osts no more than the cheaply
controted, unworthy kind, and wfll lat longer and
keeps mr., too. Then too, there's genuine satisftao-
tlO in moving the better quality of anything, e-
pelally of fuwnlture. We have bedroom 8uttes as
s *80; others at $36, $50, O1 and on up.
rs at 7c to $4.50 Rockers, $16 to #20. They
will make you ed proud of them, all rlt, and4
. you can f UY NOW, PAY LATER.

S 0 )WS PaldW St. Phone 148. Pencola, Fla

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Me sor in yoar show windowT We can put it p for
y at reemmbio omet.
Now -


of Our Qils' Feet.

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3.P6 slw r Vl" nw 2e
~ u5UiUbed ~but.
MR a l P wmh ow so 0menI bm
"3. kgW ha e.Se New 8eue

bt In it, or, t e met e ac ate he T E I DSCOMO RU TS
has put (Oe American woma's fest a
Ito the white Ughtof temporary fame. f f
says the New YTork Alt rn. WASDAY
slats that ft is about the only Uin that W
gets smaller by 0uparha wIth tings
on the oier s*. Am a tng of the pst I you
He prides aseilt on htW American- let us do your wash. We will
Usm, and while abroad he studied every- call for yorw clothb, wash
thing n sight with a view to compar- therM under the most manitar,
ang it with the asse peodeot In his own w aid4 as and return them
native land. fresh and thonroughly cleanised
Whether he began with the foot or Shall we cal tor your wash?
the hat of the French woman InA draw-
-ing his cenporie s not knmw but The Star Steam
that he observed both Is qplte beyond
discuston. tofr tt is what bse mMs to
say on the subject, or at least what
Dr. H. F. Biggar, who eompnied 37 rden S t. Phone 114
him on his recent trip to France, to Pensacola, Fla.
Oomplegne, states that Mr. Rockefeller
said regardn my ady's foot:
"The upper classes Mr. Rockefeller
found brbanming," says Dr. Biar.
"We were agreed that t Frech wo- ey have very much smaller feet
men are not beautiful, but they have a = Am ilsIne. Porquol? Wel.
vivaeity not foud In woom here. because eM a notso large as your
They know the art of dres, te eact own women. In Amerca everything
angle of a hat for the most becoming- Is la9 -y- harbo 7, yMr cdes,
tt, the proper blno g at colors in yaW fit s, yw I4deas-hat dwaB I
everything they wear. amy-everythg, tlaing as ladMle
"But their feet! Oh, dear, their feet: sulppera. It msbortsae, nat at
dstreIsed Us. Ther so are too all, but Mfeat must be larger to be
largead they o not fit If they dress In prUPer on to what msy carry--om-
ed thdir feet as well as th do tber prenes v ?
heads they would be the most d"arm- "But our women, soy are petite, say
fog women in the world." wear so small shoe. sy lff s small
Now Amefcma women take that as a toot, and se dss It In so hamont
jsn Vima of gallantry, of lyalt, on boot
Mr. Ioerafefer's part. It pti-ityll "Mr. ecktlllewenw g. Heknows
states that the Amerlesiwomn has not hi own wl 's ftoo, neer does
a small, well formed toot d a weo he s tra
fitted shoe. fwt =9 ,8O I ssI up. loklhr
"He must mean to eumpe feet may s- Oil, but
with those of the PFrechomn," said be d4oe tM wb se te standard
a woman It discussing mas r ther feot atleastsof s Preach woman."
other day, "for. what er woms mcan
John D. Rockefeller draw womparisss - -a N eI ess cest.
with? That means we have pretty., A tM .tingarn the James Besson
wel formed feet, doesn't It?" she ar-. fr, a -omwst t Camfridge City,
good. Ind., hade Jerseaiow which is nursing
On the other hand, the aetiug Frenu a young felt wih as much affection
consul general at New York, M. Luclen as i itt e rowesys a Peru (Ind.)
Bonsom, laughed heartily at Mr. Rockse*- dispatch. Iether We eTit died
teller's opinIon of these Frem woman's*s and the colt was turned loose in the
foot. barn with the co*, wMein Ir aitly
"Ms fol," said he, "what, to begin took it under hereare.
wil, does Mr. Roeketeler know of soe
American woman's foot? ge has been s W M IMe C Msss Uk.
all of his life only w*I se Amqriman C(sf _j TdbmUI t i nis
.. ., a. us .. Irs ... C ya A es
money, What yeo all 1t ent sato ru a ea
all. Ze American woman foot we Has e the int Ma _Ao ftW. Bil
Frenchmean perhaps can pass an opbn- ada O l$
ion, for in ra n .ts al oa, *s MYd wMe ny
much more obsairved. ml W
"Our women-pride lthemodes upon or wh" of r bow bar t amd
S hand, ze foot. When I say our wo- y ei ogs thbe Jopt
men I mean o s arisian w nmn for yf A u ~u ,la Dre",.,
soy stand for s- chic, so amartuws of rm a !nd i
France. And w oes Mr. rockee
feller know of se Parssat ne rainthe Rbe wtae gbeMts; empty a
"He was I Complege, a delghtftl. the ea at a!
historic city, to be muse, w s f ne Shout the happy tAumaW t te nations
castles. But so women!t ey do not tfar and nma-
stand for a French woman anny more t a2_ -
Sn se women of-what you say- i 4'." ;
Squeedunk stand for so Amerean wo. Barber. an ra t to y Eno-
"PeN4hans be osave e t Moter. r, mother, on aa my bom pt
wls zetr sabots. I do not know any- rm a rifdpta!
way, not ze Parislenne-nevaire! omu~ s R. TLbazr In New York Times.


the Sfo

seMrs tbh wire two other wires aer
fateMeda the mape o the letter
Tbese wis should be a little tpssm-
ed where they eross each other. Be
sr to have the opelm g at the bottom
wide enough to keep 2e burnfg eat-
tofn wel sawae fa se paper. A plees
of cotta dipped aloobol Is pleed ton
the depressed cet of the crossed
wires, a light is appla, sad directly
the sir Gtse becmoes heated the bal-
en ascends.

Most o4 t a* eg a dtn.
etamm aw thet a wudA gmp

oore tt ftft to revohe
amnd the NMt MI a at d It s hard,

t. "a ow that ita apparent
Pe te-,tplace Is due to e tusn g aof
the earth on Its own assd, wMch makes
it p ar at e Dipper ts moving.
Awbs Mthat the two Oater stars
t a h t e handle

%he D e fi nSa I a d41trent part
of the at dIet sea tons, as you
twiar.- sat.oid p, but do ,you
earth's r dlM a and the sun.
Sailors ad travelers wat the sDipper
so closr that they pen taell the hour
at Ihe night b yib t n st"a .-Bh&angeM

Spirits af camphor should not be
used Be coemplezim. It Is very
strug and will cause the cuticle to
becomoserr .
For the removal of grease spots from
woofta dosesse salt dissolved In alco-
hol is recommended.


No tinU wh reMeve to tha
E 't dtfg the food, s ,Mp and give,
the idae pi Mect re
You cnt reason bly expect that
ny weak stomach will regain its
tms Wi-h and Oet wail when It is
ompeled to do the faUa wmk uat a
sound stama6 should doi
You wouldn't expect a stick horse
to get well when it is compelled to do a
full day's work every day of the weeks
Your stomach muat have rest.
But IM nt nee't uMry to sterM your
mI in order to rest your stomach.
Kodol Dyspepsa Cure Is a perfect
digestaat. It wfl digest an of the food
you eat 1w00e of t.e cadws of.


Dyspepsia Cure)
For IndIgestion. Dyspepid, Sour
Stomach, tlene, Headadche, Water
Bradh, Belching of Gas, Nausea, Gastritis.
Heartburn and an troubles arising
from indigestion and oan
of the food., _
I had fdylplpai la If wiwt fbrI -Ms re-
-ced In weightto 118 pund.. After using two
and one-mlt bottles at Kodol, I wmas opletel
cured emd stored to my usual weight of 142
leburne. Tea.'

Sold by

Hooton's Pharmacy



Our price for Ice on the Platform at our Facory
will be M oents per hundred po'was In
left of 00 pounds or over. We have put on
an uproodate Deliery System and are delvering Ice
in the city We will sel as low as the lowest.
Our Motto Prompt attention and courteow treat-
ment to all. Send us your orders.

The Moore Ice Company

Factory, Corner Garden and.Mrsa Stre.ts

P. 0, Box, 422.



8 BiiLL appeal to the cslW all the mstW la sight aed get away. erything by force. That means that we caM get rllbf In a short time. American. There was a small plat- them," agreed Tenuant. "There
SwY| s toan, Oregory.u He kpowsQ wM haave betting we adall all be killed, except, per- "Seand all the natives away" she eau in front of the openina g of the only one thing that stands In
S i-k Incied hOi Ilke fl.OWO dast re at the mine haps yourself." ordered. "IHave them go tonight." pass, ,an within three hours of the way
hea. had he wa ts -t Dorothy shuddered as the meaning TTeaat gasped. "We shall need inUeg He had marched up four "Wat is that?" asked Mead
I .s"or h wiI sea n sh*an' wba hea--ed- of t words peadtrted. Meaosa Overy man we have," he cried. "We compares of his forces. ea .
SO t at senrwi a or it?" sh led. "He 1s not nlog had made It all too apparent that he c trust them." With bands playing and Sags nmt-. "The trouble of getting t," 1me
d, e 4,- take it.4s hbet He cannot .afford to loved her, and it was to escape his "What is the use of feeding them ter they advance toward the Tennt. "I on wi take
SC "Aeady the ee a ommon the unwelcome attentions that she had when we do not need them?" she Mendosa riding at their head. advice yo wil t on. It wil
we tMle ul. ta owa otasr wats M q show of right, movqd from the capital to the mines, asked. "With them away we can he defenders awaited them at the
Sba. i~th back se b It Dick Blmore had oee. down with hold out or three months." opening bealde one of the now idle
Sth eatstosd Gregory Tennant to have a hand th An hour later the men began to mossles. They did not even carry
0* t I | t o ? management of the mine. They leave the pass. The gulch was al- arms and Meadora decided that they
*a ssIatn" lhad disooverem wldM I the mountain most circular in form and about a were akng a formal protest for the
eered o ly I two years before, and had formed a mile in diameter. At the southern sake of possible International suits.
SO-- 51 & company in New Yort to woak the extremity there was a pass some 80 That pleeed hum. By the time the
1d I*d eposit by hydraullepmucess. feet wide with towering sids. This gulboats came he would have the
a s""- ., I i A few years more and Gregory and formed the only outlet, and it was ans neOy and be on his way to Europe. '
Diek Vould be able to sell out to the easy matter for a single gatekeeper He had almost reached the narrow-
MM~ M. j0 *' clOnpeany and go back home. Dorothy to check off the men as they wen*at 'pstprt qt the pass when with a
t had come down to Saem Oristbal to past. roar something happened. It was
Sth Jr I be near them, to abme their har&- As soon as they were gone the wolly ten nhttues afterward that ,
tha I i _fJ Bships and chear them up. small handful of Americans left went endosa was able to figure out jut
S be N ow Meads would ters than to to work. UWtil long after midnight, what It was.
i *- :I5Pbegin all over again If. indeed, it the forge Ares blazed and the clag Dorothy's plan had been simple In
y were possible to make a fresh start of hammer on metal rang out; then the extreme. After the aatl'es h
o ,f after he and his aeeomplice had fled the camp was still and save for tfe left the guleh, the Ameans had
s o p w 7toI arope. They had sunk eery- man on duty at the pass the tired brought the pipes A d unti they
,_ ...-... I- thl! ing the m. workmen sept maned the mouth o te pas. i _
SJ Jthe soI1es -- I.a moment her eyes r d The next noon Mendoza and his More than 100 men had been swept '
u m t T er the drry sandsape while her gorgeous staff rode up. Tennt and of the plateau, the mountain cannon
SoD active brai pus awmrIM te %to Itttle band were waiting tor them wrecked and down te trail ad the
& eT O0 0 AND. n a lh w not an attrao- "You have decided?" ae Re* 19 s ha bee# thrown It ,
09 160 to Utie sight, the sdes seamed with dosa gayly. "I am sure thattwo suchjet by the recImpat of the --^ IN
scarsmade by the uge jets t water aem will have seen the situn- sad to mendot a ppear easy to w re as y
Ss w heT she asked. pai rory, "so has had drawn from the lake'4" ft M that aeaalnt t ah O tB.n. o

IS hta. With a massed attack he could
the gain, and after tbat-Europe.
Tennant and Disk returned to Por-
osa thy, who waited hIs4 the work;.
"HO Sis anxtom,' b Mthed Dirk
gh*- In anser to herb mute q tion.
IV 0 wee W ON "0 o lmg. all right
be 1 sitabbe. p might bt
northh ten thoogad to get rid .
"Not nt." declared Dorothy.
"Algat," eghed Tensnmt.
ie that day and the next tb-o
W I e s~mpected attack.
was 4te o0 the followlng aftevoen
that White g wh ws aved cau
S our owr the tra
TemMant asiwered It alo ne,
but %4W ve tider w
and tsitt that bet e i;
bore a message. He came bari
Wali b t 1 ashed Dorothy a.
be an= todA thb"m
I "u wants to kn w e we want t;
e 41d4tator. When Makilna r-
a - .Isd char ~M tri, l
they eOm they W i=%hoer han'
SrevolUtismd and Umy oat.
the s decay to t genaw'."
d ydo ou I ought
at. she emba .
6 gAilo- a ,
"k O


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.,3v. do you feel "right on
de,':' this morning?
perhaps it isn't coffee.
perhaps It isn't last night ,
perhaps it isn't the liver.
IT may simply be the waco-
C,-.-:ng for your kind of our

1HaP you tried wearing
';:; Clothing? We can rec
o.rn*nd it to you, will make
i tf:'. like a new person, and
cx : xst you much now.

white Barber Shop
Th white barbers, formerly of 36
f Falafox St.. are now located at No.
SE. Government St. next to Weetera
rnlon. Only union men employed.

Oftfie: MeIt g. *eeldeaen: it W. sides
Phoe 438 Phese 709

Pensacoola. Fla.

Something New In
Dhm NecklacdR, ma, C1a6so, Etc.
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Paltfu St.

Kodak Suppltes. F iniMng or Amatmrs.

lstch"mker. aieesdurnoiweswer. and graduate
Cffcian. 30 S. Pafeox stret. Pensacela. Pta.

Tersely Told

Editorial Rooms.. .. .. .. .. .. 38
Business Office.. .. .. .. ....1600
To communicate with The JoUpral
during the day time use the busleesm
flee phoni, No. 1600. To communai-
(ate uith The Journal at night use
the editorial phoae, No. 38.
K L Gibbs, of Wsbthh 4'o, Is in
the c.ty on a short buetsess visit.
C. W. Soule, of Meridian, Miss., Is
smong the business visitors in the
L W. Crow, of Mar!anna, the owner
s the race horse "ft eepy Sam" is
Ia the city *(or a few days.
Cole Danley, of Jacksonoville, repre-
Iuta. the Nashville Ohata ooga &
It. laous Rilway, i aIn the city on
Tae smacks Caviar with 2,300 anep.
pers, the Pri;cUla wth 1,600, the Min-
ie W. with 1,400, and the Hakians
1rkh 500 were the arials yesterday
1Or E. E. Saunders & Co.
A bark the same of wMch could not
e :earned, went up to quarantine
yesterday afternoon too late to be re-
The anrm)y steamer Poe, which plies
between the city -ad oSis will be
taken ; dock at the navy yrd this
bonming for a general overhaulin-
e tug Plorence Witherbe is mank-
Sthe runs of the *Poe while she I:'
UIderVsot repairs.
Ticksa for the &s & N.'s. summer
kcursions, which commence on Auto
are now on sale and those e
templattg a trip are requested to
,Uchaue tickets as early as poedbl%
tavoid' con'fuelon at the last mo

T f remains of the six maoths old
Or Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Atahey
tie plesd a t yeteray at the
Sdcemet ay. The MLti
^ died at Brewton, where It had
a taken by e4 mother, ad the
dwas brought here ,Mouday night
SAthp, who is chtef clerk at the
?hjnt h hotel, and his wife, have
a' mPathy of a large circle r,
hi n their bereavement.

tthr ot fastldlous are delighted
."1 Blue Ribbon [man an a v.imll.


Galloped a Hundred Miles In
Less Than Ten Hours.


Mawy K. Tiawt Wo 91.000 WWaer
a el-meat park In Nasl the "me
a*e sid e ConM-st*le* ot Pmnees
\sa Barely .amped Lightitag,
olt Shattesiur Pole as *e P e1sei
To decide a wager of $1,000 made
with Edward L. Norton, a broker,
Harry K. Vingut of the New York
Bfaet and Tennis club. a horse own-
er, rode 100 miles on horseback In 9
hours and 9 minutes at Belmont
park the other afternoon, says the
New York Herald. Under the terms
of the bet be had twenty-four hours in
which to complete the Journey. Vin-
gut used six ponies, mostly quarter and
half breeds, and galloped his mounts
all of the way. The performance of
the young man Is considered by horse-
men as a demonstration of much en-
Members of several New York clubs,
themselves with money wagered on the
feat, were not only treated to the spec-
tacle of a man giving his best efforts
to win a .bet, but were witnesses of a
storm which came near turning the
contest Into a tragedy.
Vingut was riding past the three-
quarter pole. galloping freely on a fresh
horse, when a bolt of lightning struck
the pole and shattered it.. He .was only
ten feet away. He clapped his knees
to the sides of the plunging horse.
caught him before the animal could
start into a run, wiped his hand across
his face as though dazed and then con-
tinued to the point where his anxious
friends were waiting for hn.. He
swept by them with a wave oIahs hand
to indicate that be was unharmed and
then passed around the curve.
Mr. Norton, who watched-after Vian-
gut at the conclusiba of the feat, de-
*I lost $1,000, but I am mighty glad
Vingut beat me. It was a game strug-
gle. I am as tickled over the result as
though he had paid me the, money."
Vingut entered the saddle at 4:42
o'clock in the morning. His timers
were Edward L. Norton, A. Thomp-
son and L E. Laroeque. Others who
witnessed the feat were August Bel-
mont, Philip Brown, W. G. Street, E.
LJvingston. Jr.; E. La Montgne and
Mr. German, the superintendent of the
One of the ponies covered thirty
miles at Intervals. Mr. Vingut rode
coquinuously fot forty-three and one-
half miles on one relay. It took the
rider 13 hours 30-.minutes. from the
time he took his first mount to com-
plete the hundred miles. He was on
the ground three times. WhUe at
breakfast be took time to shave him-
self. When he dropped to the ground
upon completing the sixty-ninth cir-
cult of the mile and a halt course he
"I'm glad that last mile is over.
Let's see, it's a hundred miles and a
half over. I have done no riding in six
years. Figure to yourself the mood I
am geing to be in when I come out of
bed t merrow morning."
Vlngut was dained by Mr. Morton
and his friends at the Racket and
Tennis elub at night He had had a
rub down, plenty of arnica and witch
hasel and appeared as fresh as any of
the four men who returned with him
from the park In an automobile.
There was plenty ef light In the sky
when Vingut and the timers stepped
from the clubhouse and went oueat on
the track. Vingut wore riding brseeh-
es and a flannel shirt. His head was
bared. A half dosen ponies, some of
them saddled, were .atinlg at he
start. Vingut selected one. vaulted
into the saddle and waited for the
word. The pony felt a touch of'steel
and bounded away like the wind. He
was full of run, and Vlngut had to

restalin him for a circuit or two.
IThNere wa more or less uoaotouj in


The most imposed method to free ab house
of large or uul roai-hesle to uws the eContents -
of a bzox of "eterma a Roah .Jood" st one
time. tSlakeit on )ointsso some *t It will
peeatr te sad remna to keep the parents
eitis y free. itoaehes ea t it a tood;
It is the most deatrtve remely on this earth
to them, and it will not scatter them to other
p nOw to live and multiply
BKDBUGS-"-"ern Discovery" quiek-
silveo )-B0dbug take Sup
in the.lrculatioB whoa go-
ing eve? wherp is is
J|-K on IIIstly. It's tvaegm *
|it brawheA on beds when
It art, sad on balk of pie-
Stue frames, mouldlnag, &e.
It will not rst mor harm
furniture or bedding. Odor-
.mr *, and not poisonous
SPeterman's Discovery" (liqaid)-In flexible
ohan as for cracks. wall, mattress, ae.
Odor-ads non-explotsive.
*Penam. u' Ant nd"--4 strong powder
to kill and drive away ants. a so wat er beetles
or black beetles in one night..
"Petormat's at-moose Food." ready for use
mas rate or mice wild; they will leave and
no' return.
Take no other, Ma time may be even more hn
portent than money.
Ori ted in 1w Prfecteden 1835by
Wm Petermin. Mtr. Chemist,
64,, M, West lath St., New York City.
London. n ., Montrea, P.Q.
Sold by alI druggists in Peniacola and
throughout the United States, also by
Hoot. n's Pharwacy,
H. L. Bryas. Co.,
W. A. D'Ala ierte.
Hargis' Pahrrmacy,
W. A. 'verett,
W R. White* Co.

the first quarter of the century. Vingut
changed his mounts frequently. If he
was tied when he had ridden twenty-
five and a half miles he did not look It.
fie said that he was going to saat a
cow, he felt so hungry, and the manner
In which he made a steak, chops and
eggs disappear indicated his hearty ap-
petite. He had stepped at 6:50 o'clock'
and when he concluded breakfast de-
cided that he needed a shave. This
operation be performed. quickly and
then stood around to .talk to his
It was 8:10 o'clock when Vingut was
again In the saddle. He covered forty-
three and one-half miles before he took
another rest, at 12:85 o'clock, when he
had luncheon, and he was hungry
Vingut figured oa three hours to
over the thirty-one miles remaining,
and he did It in less, than -that He
started on his last ride at 2:46 o'clock.
In a heavy storm and over a .sloppy
track. His clotling was wet through
when he talthed. at 5:21 e'eleck, com-
pletlng 18 hours and 0 minutes from
the time the start. was made. Including
the rests. Vingut lost fourteen pounds.

.Peamasrlvama'as amu lotatl NIvelty
State Zoologist Surface of Pennsyl-
vanla is preparing to send to each coun-
ty in the state a colleetlen of makes
.found in Pen sylvaala, with a.chart
-showing the food of the varies sor-
pents, the .ramlncatlm of the snake
6 family and the gle a-tlcal 1ituaton'
of the vareios species, ays the Pila-
delphia Record. The stakes will be
used for edecattenal purposes, so that
the teachers and pupils may he able to
recognize the varieties from their ap-
pearance and know whether they are
poleonous or not.

Everything at table is passed at the
left hand of:the perse seated and not
at the right aad.
A serant should not ask a guest to
have a psoeed.ertlos of any dish, but
should bring lft at once If asked.
A table~poo n anad a large tork should
be placed by a servant in the entree
dishes previous to handling thema.
Vqetaoas shouM he he anded by a
sssat a seemeaf- timae at a family din-
ne, tut eaoy uese at a dinner party
unless specially requested.
When a leage dinner party is given
the guests should he helped in the or-
der in which they are seated, corn-
mencing with the lady seated at the
host right hnd.
nla the family circle the mistress of
the hous is srved first, then the
daughters according to their ages, the
master of the because and the sos ac-
ocediag to there ages.
When a fork or spoon is asked for It

should not be handed on a waiter, but
placed on the right or left hand, as re-
quired. When a tumbler or other dieb
Is aqked for It is handed on a small

eow to statn leOs.
Here is a good recipe for staining
floors and also for staining around the
carpet in a bedroom: First get the floor
perfectly clean. If there are cracks
between boards fll them. then mix lin-
seed- e and burnt umber together, a
tablespoonful to a pint of linseed oil.
Stir It thoroughly. If you wish It
darker, put'in more umber: If lighter.
use mere oil. Put It on the floor with
a clean palht brumh Rub .It evenly.
After a few days. when dry. put on n
second coat Try a little of the stall,
on a piece of wood st to get the color
you wish. When it geto soiled qr dusa
mop It off with a little warm borat
water, which will clean it nleely aipr
not hurt the stain. You ,can retoud


work," replied Mr. aeblferdecker.
' "Are they any gomd? he was asked.
"Can they haul us to the top from
where we get s ack?"
Mr. S.chlfftrfdecer thought they





Doan's Ointment is the best skin
treatment, and the cheapest, because
Eo little is required to cure. It cures
piles after years of torture. It cures
all sain itching. It cures skin eruVp-
tions. It heals cuts, bruises, scratches
and abrasions without leaving a scar
It cares permanently. Pensacola tes-
timoisy proves it.
-H. E. Powell, machinist by trade
residing on West Cervaates at., says:
"I was a suffer from itc ag pioMs
for more than seven yearM, and
nothing I could get seemed to help
me. I suffered both day and night
-and 4t was inpossble for me to get
to sleep a night on account of the
terrible suffering. When I read about
Doan's Ointment I thought I would
try it and procured a box at Sidney
anaba's drug store, corner of tommna


Expericc of Glidden Tourists
In "linabintg It.


*t m. Atmeb-Ulist Were Chaav
rW a -teb--* z- *ormer.
deeke tf the Mohawk Valley,
Owner. ef .* Doete Not C.O
Very Meun Rew Thls TYear Ce' p

Of the many diffeulies that beset
th- members of the Gldden automo-
bile tour recently ended at Bretton
Woods, N. H, that which hurt the
woist was the experience a high hill in
the Mohawk valley gave them, say:
the New York Times.
The hill was so steep that all ma-
chines which did not have their gaso-
line tanks full to the brim could not
climb if at all. The power giving stuff
hugged the end of the tank which was
lowest, and the igniter at the high end
wat without anything to ignite. tome
machines got halfway up and others
three-quarters of the distance. There
they stopped, the chugs becoming
weaker and weaker. Then there was
a turning around and a return to the
bottom by the plain old gravity meth-
od. This condition continued from a
little after sunup until midafternoon.
It was serious. The other roads that
might have been taken at the east-
ward were too far either north or
south to attempt to travel them then.
Conferences were held at the foot of
the hill and every few feet up to the
highest point attainable. What to do
none knew. Suggestions were a drug.
Everybody was angry. At last a ma-
chine was coaumassloned to return to
the nearest village and buy up every
pint of gasoline in the place. This was
productive of enough fuel to send one
of the most powerful cars to the top.
"I wondered when you'd gt here. I
smelled you ever since morning, "
drawled a native from a place on the
fence near the saemit.
The tourists looked and became sev-
eral degrees better when the man add-
"I been lafn' here all day to see yeou
sellers try ter git up my hill. I figgered
you couldn't do It-leastways, not
maWy of you. Why, neighbors, thet
hill has stood here for a thousand' years
and more. I've lived right here in this
house all my life, and I've seen more
people lose their tempem ever that hill
than I cud ever count. My father seen
the same thing all his life, and his
father tafore him, and- I don't know
heow many o' my Wolbs before that.
"We Bchifferdeckes have seen many
a god horse go winded trying' to git up.
Of eorse, we didn't like to see that,
but we don't ear much about these
automobile, bea It don't hurt 'em.
We kladert- tik it's n to see you
falers rip and tear and sweat and
swear m you cant*t p"'-
Van Rensselaer Crager, who had
navigated the machine up the hill, said
something intended to impress the
farmer' with the seriousness of the
"Why. what's the trouble said
Squire Schifferderck "Y'ou seem to
be getting' excited."
"You'd be excited if you had been
trying all day to get up this hill," sug-
gested -Mr. Cruger.
Mr. Sailfferdecker, who had an
adornment about his threat and chin
such as John A. Dix once wore, dug
his hands Into It in surprise He was
asked If be could suggest a solution.
"We l, I might help you ent," said
Mr. blffrerdecker, slowly.
"Row? Tell as quick. It'll soon be
nialght, and we want to set qway frem
this country before then."
"Well, I might put my mules to

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Marine Grocery Co. J. F. DAVIS,
604, M 8. Palafox St. Now In
Phone 72. New Brent BuIldipg
V. J. 1DMAL, lausoar. -T_-----------
We carry a full line of Imported and --
Domestic Groceries and Provisions. ,
We want your patronage. DIAMONDS, WATCH
Fresh stock of Bastern Mackeral T
j:st reoelved, 3 for 26 oents. CLOCKS PRBCIOUS ST(
could. They had done it before, he ART PUI iKY,
said. He was asked to try it imme- T u K.r
diately. Mr. Schlferdecker ambled CUT GLASSW
off to the barn and brought out three
lusty mules hitched to a crosstree
with two huge hooks in it. He also ing Mld fri
had a rope. The comdttane hbad be-
yond a doubt been fixed up for just
such an emergency.
"You are sar you want me to do tl Ord s Rceve PfC
this work Ine quired.
He was assured that there was no
doubt of It, ad then he delayed ju Jst
enough re to exact $7 for every ,* adek Je
machine he was to haul up. There MOBLE, A
were remarks that It was robbery and
a bolup and a piratical performance.
but 4o ep wanted to get the old man
In a ObeN y mood, so these remarks FIGURES IN GIRL'S EYE. T
were nsde when he was not near. i
The M bchIIteeck males toned up The Nmea s as,4 plaly eAfket
efblErWibeker bill at $7 a toil until e te a we.
the tabk was dooe. Iow Mr. Sebfoer. The PMtP/rtden irpubloS soberly
decker doesn't care much whether the the details of a remarable story of a
potato crop Iste good, bad or itndifferent child oe of whose yes Is dietinctly
marked wi th ee numera and a
D e* 5 et9 *o eW* sphetr punct h.atlon. point, says a special Paris
"When you eose yaou driver make oe dispatch to the New Terk Sun.
sure he ti't aleted with 'ebUoSuIr's The strange tale comes from Poinalate du To
splae,'" says a woman automobillet re- habi
cently retuared to New York from Fistem, where is the hal fergt dan
London, wlee that disease of mixed Islet of Tody, wch is named in hoAor com
jime is prevalent says the New York f the saint who is venerated through- ed.
Press. TIe fact Is a man with motor Out Bretagei If
driver's spiae is worse than one with On the slet Uve the family of a f- calle
average peed madness. His nervous oeman of the name of, Le OUTa., con kid
trouble sometimes prevents proper at- slatingof the rugged father and mother for
teation to brakes. One driver who and a daughter, Marie, feou years old. ofts
recently wrecked a car says "motor The parents have bad much sS con s
spine" somehow made him so dizzy through the loss two older children clear
he couldn't see. In speed madness and have exercised much e in rats- clea
there is some chance to slow down, ing Marie. Shbe has a transparent lam I
but with mother r spine" It's all get and eyesas blue as thesky wherfar hd
up and goodby. Stinl, the "motor of It seem confluent witfthe sea. with
spine" may prove a fine excuse (or an Mariehas been celebrated for some 10
excuse from a fine) to the fellow who time for a distance of tn leagues le
has run down a wayfarer who is dis- around her home, visitors dGal ng ache,
agreeable enough to object. to the fisterman'u thatched but and Br
looking on her as a veritable phebom- moer
enon. comp
DRESS HINTS. Graven on the corner of her left eye Medi
below the pupil In a horsontal line Cou
A piece of soft flannel is better thanare the figures ,4. They are clearly artic
a brush for removing dust from silk. visible, as is also the well formed com- ceive
Cut steel buttons may be polished ma. The other eye is unmarked. Doo- to w
with powdered pumice stone slightly tors and oculists have examined the $5,
moistened and applied with a soft child, can
brush or cloth. The Petit Parislen asked Dr. Gueval lutel
A new silk petticoat can be made to of Poat I'Abbe to examine her to de- ed t
last twice its usual length of time itf termine the cause of the abnormality. doct
an underruge of sateen be made and He deolline to give a formal opinkm,
placed on the Inside of the silk fleeunce but suggested three e ptanatlons--bt
at the edge. It was hereditary through nerve di
Remember to cutting out a bodice eased anma s, wibb n remlogists Nam
that all the portions which are liable must detsrae; that It is the stigmata
to stretch, such as sleeves, yokes and at a vegetable growth or that it is due City
to medical tattooing withtnirate of ali
collars, should be acut on a lengthwise to meitattofeto ofl
fold of the material 8., Mby pain Of tate
'eienl* l.tinancy. The pers de. St
A short sleeve or a long sleeve with elare that the grl ever underwent an
a fullness above the elbow is always epsatoa. My
more satisfactory when made over a DrI gst de Bisac, who has closely
tight fltttag ling, as the iling holds studied the ease, believes that the Ag-
the fullness i ts proper place ures are famed by sl of the eye My
To make a walking skirt the right itself. He cites w support of this that
length-that is, Just to clear the the figures are not visible whoa leokis .. .
ground without appearing too short- at the eye straight in front, but only
measure the pemon to be fitted from when looking at a certain angle. A
the walst line to the ground and then The child is coming to Paris for ex-
deduct an Inch and a half. amitatlm. Ir sight does not suffetr ,
from her peculiarity. The Petit Part- DI
atog auda UtensIos. slen receads as a coincidence, which it
Useful utensils for the chafing dish declares is werth noting, that a fishing
are a wooden spooa and a measuring boat at the neighboring port of Dotar-
cup of glass marked Into halves, quar. nenes carries the number 22.4. Sp
ters and thirds. A glass mug is more ft NAH
of an ornament than a tin one. A When olleth begins to lose Its UT!
metal tray. too. tis Important-on-me that shiny surface It can be Improved In
is large enough to hold not eoly the appearance and made to last much
chafing dish, but the spoons, salt, pep- longer by beig varnished with glue.
per, etc., used for seasoning. The tray Wash the otlcloth thoroughly and let I

will prevent any danger of burning t dry At night when the track of the (
from the heat of the lamp or from day is done go over It with a piece of
alcohol that aiy be spilled. Olass and flannel dipped in glue water. Choow
pooela jars in numerous sies and a nice dry dky for this. and then the I
with tight covers ae veryt useful for glue wM be quite hard by morning.'
the ebalng dish loeset. Very good and the oicloth will look tike new.
toast may be made over the having The glue wOter must be prepared some
dish. For this purpose a little wire time before it is needed by putting a
toaster covered with an asbestus mat small quantity of glue In a pint or so
is made either with or without a ban- of water .iand 'ettlnx It stand on the
die. The toaster Is placed on the frame ,o, ,- .':* "r"** *.
Ait lv Awv er fltm Same







23 & Pelafox St.


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mpt Attention.

welry Co.
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o the Public


those who have contracted the
t of taking one or some of the
;eros ad raised remedies thi(
munloation is particularly address
you take some of the various so
d tonics, dyspepsia remedies,
ey, liver or stomach cures, cures
Insomnia, if you are in the habit
din daily doses of effervescent
a the nerves, or cathartics for
Upation, nostrums advertised to
* the blood, take away pimples,
r the skin, etc., apparently harm.
but highly dangerous advertised
dache curse-then we say try us
out a cent of east to yoew.
,000 people die annually in Amer.
from the use of dangerous head-
, heart and kidney remedies.
ompnia is absolutely harmless and
a effective as a cure for the above
plaints than anything know t to
cal Practitioners. Not a patent
t out couon at take. bottom of th-
He-send it to us. You win re-
e a package free of cost. Be sure
'rite name and address plainly.
4000 will be paid to anyone who
show that Dromopta Is not abso-
y safe to take. Formula furnl9h-
Sany physician. Hospi bulk frtals and
re supplied in bulk free of charge.


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oomonia Company

88 Broadway, New York
ecial saqe now being held by RAW






Our Soda Water Service

1, Excellent.

We have a modem fountain; it is brand new
and absolutely spotless. We have nothing
but the best syrups and soda. We have new
electric fans to keep you cool and you
could not spend a better, pleasanter moment
anywhere else.

New Brent 17 South Paloz St.





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I ti to whom it has the following to
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'* _W ee that at the approaching
Vnorda pr* at Ddtmia
oe e oa the amusement feat-
Is to be a Addlers' contest with
S or o the bet eulemF. MAht
and now, Wttaout consulting
we eter dear old Proftessor I. B.
at parent 0a. In that contest.
u c an old gentleman is eighty
M~emd; bed ads te auest print
*, tt t dorasses (never usea the
tIasftoet); has begs teoAdaithe
St Mords sad South AI a
reM than fifty years in the little
nM Ig udgool o'e of the rurl Old
o" he Is a optimist frol the
Sl p, and wohle h loves and
'e thwd t h was iood In the
ipst he thinks ta It Is still a pretty
*: ** t old world and qutte Mfsly to
bet hlter than 7or0ee pplar opin-
uOB ttheaiofrary utistendtng.
| "ry to say that Professor Al-
$a e an play the Addle, and &ey do
eary hat be can make It tak and
Sad cry and sing and ealt all
or4 f ravisbina sounds I& a way not
Sagf to be heard mIn this hard, utIl-
tat%, tuneless age. We want Pro.
feleor Allen at the Denlanik Fhr for
o- wuld be worth a log day's travel
Dto ee the venerable gentleman In
s W f his musllal eoatacles. making
ft fSddle talk 'bre an appreciative
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JAsIng from the temperature ree-
arl of northern summer resorts it

ladles and caused more coMlu a
thasame. Two young women fanted,
aid It was fully an hour before the
room wel. dred of hoppersm
SyounzV woman whose hair was
d t t dosL. Th
hoc, Isrto, hM tercs. In the x
dcisot many dishes were broaims
and severaLeveutag dresses spo dj


For Member of Congress, 3rd Congres-
sional District:
WM. B IAMAR, of Jefferson.
For Justices of the Supreme ourt:
(C"AS. B. PAJCUIZA, of Bkcambla.
For Railroad Commlssaoner:
IR. HIDSO BURR, of Dade.
For State Senator. 2nd District:

For Member House of Representative

For Tax Assessor:

For Tax C61llector:

gAod plan to keep rings n sawdust, as
it enables the gems to Mrtate tbeir
rlllltancy. Wari water and a little
prepared chalk are all that is re*
-aired to dlean plant or chased rings.
')iet articles, v'aft NsoBs and other
mall trinkets may be.easfly bright
:ied without ts ofat powder by
placing the ia an aluminium ecepta
cle and pouring boUeit water over
them. PoUltog should be doe by
means of a piece at clean c amoi
leather, but in adopting tbis teament
It must be rmpambs-red that the surer
should never be allowed to become

If your drinking water comes thou
lead pipes, test It to see whether It
contains any lad. lome water acts
strongly upon a lead= pi" apd a
year or two of umln s ch water wlU
bring o lead poeisolas. In rare cases
the water will form a cost, which
will protect It from further con'a*s an-
tio. There is mere danger In warm
weather than in cold. To be on thbe
safe side, use this sJabple tst oc-
sionally: Boll a quart of water away
till only a gill Is left In this put a
tabspooful of a solution of potas-
sium Iodide and let stand overnight
If a yellow deposit has formed, lead
Is present In the water.

r the MO S eaet, e a-Me-
HaEL at in ongr
kitan In plae t
me your.qge a ssoe a qmnes- .
Let It be a landscape or a sre a
picture "that tells a st w Ibe
sure that It is not a scene that re-
produces something of the daily
If psacticable, change the picture for
another once a week or month. Good
prints of the best pictures can be had.
Take a look at the picture often, see-
Wlg what It means, or, rather, realizing
each time what It says to you person-
This will break up the monotony,
which is the deadliest thing about
housewo*r and some other ou.
tions, and will help to prevent the
nation of the "fixed Idea." which Is
the seed of most mental and emotional
Just try this for a month. You will
find thi suggestion one to be thank-
ful for, always bearing In mind that
the point of the Idea Ues In the app -
matm Of range.

*eets **s Waserhe Aiwee..
Of with your coat, man! What if ItWs
a week day and you're riding to your
Wos? YeU owe it to yourself and

First Girl (prodly-My face was
lot dirtier than wot yours was.
Second (dtto-es well you're
oldr.-U-mtrated Bits.

Iabm ofe.a 2%ft.

"Tes, Miss Gay Is great at keeplan
the convrtio"1l ban rolling "
"Why, I didn't suppose she was a
great talker."
"She isn't, but the things she does
keep the ot women talklb."-New.
SOrfeans TImes-0,eoert

"Can't we put in a long distance tele-
phone for you, Mr. Oteiake? asked
the solicitor.
"Well," repled the old anner, "I
dunno but what yew might-that 14
ofI ki use It t' call up th' cows at
milkin' timo,"

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P H a Aa l Among "3. AOWN A
"- "..-^ ; UN: "Frklds ,of r A WEEK FOR
r...... ,aor n io0i: 15r I tw -. the least bit? We
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. @* it pvs.... big show rooms th
,< a amntyon?. oio tnU ul < .. make splendid pra
FRAl!K L. MAVES, Pu eeldant -"d G*ral00 Mange1A & Xtc utts ,e owli yas Wilnbegl
45 bushless ioaess, me *lecta t mit t Iwas 'I m an"ur dlouttwn diGS
MM TME AISSpOIAeTED P S9. eetoO,3&(~e ry, s 1,",pr and amM tioa oS..
.7 -.- whiast"SOoomdSa us, oeaw good oneds, eaw -f
with cIPTION AThilled stee tee drug bed, will on have bank,two
O e'-Jrl ......... .I... 00-C ne Month ..*... t t4o d t n Isttr lake. d r tg me e the drmer and while mai
i .Mot .. ...... One .. f t10m sr two e d ,0 kiof (e Bor doctors -l'gowe to be Ia

gentleman W. C. M ustole I aditost frth, Wley T. aarthn who gave sheets and fond the place alreadyC
m MonD ... g.,.. 1 26 Weekly on, e year. CO er s leasur e te circu of us a ne ser, h took e to h ab They were there by the

that beau, ua Mr. MlauHa ovely home. and after introde-- me ,-, and I aed up te landloti ad
-----' mll five y. WO t distri ct afta bids t afa to bec m 4
Spidaent o4 totals, d om to he amwn. It disable saed 17chlden we pointed them out and a
iru A sp *li an' me wd .j^ oag to ak p a la onwe yrs, twrth ofc Vestvoew. a _Mr ote Aobed 7

llo b ery, two blacksmith shops, onae con- 'WhIle at Lve rel Hill I stayed the
lI create plant, a n ol d puptul-W firsthight wi mpb ad y p eMWr h Mr. HUO
jf iRoomoPapers ,on Saleo n Trains ing In course at Cacwtm. Stokes to& of whom were My piIS
s tGer r ta FOR KANSAS. C.a Me J. T. (a(as Pond) is at one tisame over tll y setop day th as t dnt inow I

Pad wh"ah besoea etdat oll NrSt l l 3eGom Turner and Prof fore if you lMke a piece, just let the to get any sleep tonight"
,i a t Ge. A. Stephetns, principal of veragingthe gumachine play all ghtVon Axelson, the NO bt t pa why teaov-
p ce one ourth miles Ina dme- Cheee ora schools. pl De till we had enough ry "I had of e state who was stoppom a a

oe ooer or Built n other T AIntendena Topks and DL anta ef Wt rC. Monroe ad oe honor of met iWsa. Jonates, complete ya Hon here one night slalst week, got up after
wa. born n r l beautiful lake. turned me. After afn we to bear the drummer, "and wilea

stTsh. direct loss to Bahway co the Courtesy of that Wand that grand old ezpounder oftaBed ran ho go tobed I toMnd be &est
*--l gentleman, W. C. Mo --uOHo I- ha tist fith, Wiley F. Martin who gave she et s nfou n e ba e ap ll
&OL0gA PORID4, W UV inDAY U3009" M, A UG T 16, 190 the pleasure oaas king the circuit of us a dne sermonuhe took me to his Ii'iblte l They were thre by te
that beautiful W M 'Mr. Maiaa nh lovely orme, .and after oduSmme o I a l u e a and
ise state ll be copresidenterable, and he tate A ltral ol f Vthe sbject being CoThe the amhom e of Aen hountaildren, whoe ittnthe was odut and he w and
An _s, Sh o postslands the defauIting Chicago bank paty and possesses a personalit.T that partoob of a spendid dinner. Mr is the sort of bed y mdpect
Lw aleGw -,g em0 -thas that to avoid lg Is under a cu for the rur gr. Ieveroheard. It is an Improve- a decent man to sleep In h I
m* mar. up t ellsws: .ma t tel s. o us: "Wbe unto be whom all men menaton ofher i ,i.n veD from then h to d. but that ed.o
Nt present G-buc sop lawrtyh ree ptl speak wel of. ag" te e factl te. that when it oplaysa piecehe iadwitIk ou-s. My
oletsop wb y the tga laglatre .I meta daieveral Ot my old pupa -W through,able t wills Msp Matthewand play pris
n da Twar ichiobe1 e Ne 6.dv_ R haTr theW TaN FOR KANSAS. C. Mo oe, J. T. los and wifha the same over tilyhou s on a t, iher **"t doesn't exp te parw thatm
aMrs. Belle GomdctTurner and Pro t7 e if yoa uke a piece, just let the to get any sleep tonht
L urt, Is besa t of ht a rien 1em0 to Te wum vwop ceueer ad Ge A. Stephens, principal o the mehbe Sheplay is a bight Wel widow but it debating a last ght.V
mp rtanee, and o e that may be wh theagBat s ated F a schools splady ie till wae de o no a ernar of t e state who was stopngl
00 a year Ieahss aad Atlanta p aa r fae g dtrit w. M mo will make It Barry, bm t I. to, n her some o man e one night last week, got up e

ainloq e rt p o r l ereto tre d tW A g ao gligaa T a ..... .y. A aa . oa e .... ..owl. e o. had- T f KIV .-
mrted in ths atresm the direct low to fawal compsa i n withe lue h teal e'tate I wl t 1en Jones. The last l I came to Mlll hour and we not to emh te t
eor. In A oants aloe Q. rst ,a tra prdunsaction that came Uotve a riewn of which place I shall write nhext ted in tear Wte a ts
00st1 oll of Visginia-tbe sM ect befitngThe e hfom Aolen Fountain, whose It t he s8 odd Id his
,-my a telegphem, twenty sb eep Ms to au w has brution day Voice a when two acre of eind sold time. d wife t away od subInset has o and
ill be town out of employment* w, er tsm gosid woaset aed sei I ne oresa than four years ag Me ose Ho m ,ote. charged him four bits extra f
Wile am mAslerald *aft. ma 1 "if l xR- cel It. It made me good to meegloat welL In e tim the beautiful laoes turning the home, but I g
bete u that noble Pensaloddlan, fsbt. Oft and geutltemen penem.lO to bear the man lewel hmadedand I pe
eO Me w pe mo who doing a pae business in ursente In five drent nhi too had.'. -
Ast Present Gsas ,has frtYA 4sthe ain h a FtAthe a1i104a esate. The Jacson imber Company keys, and other old-4meqp.m. My
Ieswh cbh617'the s tate $43,aO i M sii= a iran fy d am and the Paxton Lu Imblder Con my weable asils t ut was SMy M e V Wl.
r a s r ma 01 s . tae.N1 .tbe staWtdl- btrh l . to KITCHENr HELPS. w OM T reMdt SACHETS. a"n o-A" said te prso, aaS
el coeo dot wi"ua lts comment e ya e e, s a b we ake e on leorious bldfst mt-
. s te buhe t s tho ...edll o ........... Ortra of th e e tol. IX ever odds and he Is beusteless how avenelast
iak of sBiemghame sote who It is -aw been operated haw eels u t sSo oth dips ed In aig water y and ms she now es fort t to Tom m Wastt ofyou tar.

NO ayedw at nearly to Moss dealnd as tu MOd It to benewed thAt ths -e wrWr o kt and pl waever sIh that eabets, wI.h tl Jest she tilafg
t0 apen oy n htoe tootstohnean, a b t t bas been biale wmi ceep ? will me t martyab t kea. toldihson goor nd Ama
s nlthe sia tlesolfton ind a as etheValu quiteIawwlem tor plentag into es gwn to wiloe rt aedl, I do not remember, a
eorgia. I Md al sprinkle a tin ttle came t bra w gaa do wcate tpa shall wte next t poe t sroa g with the d

ohmteol a. PANC AT DINNER PARTY. annel cotthat ebewra f ew.lanO whichPlaceI SA write -nexst et be w t look
ssd teleaphers, twemtm mwt dater andgo whentwo sabres of will about d wed t t wy the u addad
msA grown o ao fa beean d nedeai wg me tat ws VrW s toia forg then t thousand dolke ma t. se ribb ends ,a ghto doas-el, whas lookie

ft l. PIsMy Ta on Itookew. crm.e we tMore thad polar yeorwarsW the same Oet g aad.Ag 13, 1bett. D as a beer glass fTr INt most
eller W trila to ete friendly Ger WU aed of T oor that ons PtheMantpar-y shaped to form a datatyowr. O e Phadpi Pres.
me preous to Ms trial. Broolyn, as been stop wh to Itensl n wh h or onon core pon he orsel of ribbon
I" .co nnec CD t ft io nHV ; E yLPS. .T a weT oa twea h
o moter Georgia law The A eral wat t cottages at Lake the e been red ms be dolled p b ad depends le in of ower to be A Psoe er.
In es that E try foret ddetay T beot r day he col te after wahta and drywheat for geed will awd rose pr le pssy, some day smet y t. *Too

TOfhe ddlers' olmwo approprian, wtedh will speals to ew Yorkansasorld. He tewhose coutenspt in the k A use has been found for the lie "How can you be guilty ofo
early one of the attraous atd dollthe West ft to the an from h ost ner will catch greaseand tar profew oddsand ds the o depends c of many lost boys donihere-t look
t the tunD of the rt National yet at the dinne two special trai woe th vent ekl of the ppe t the et too prettys of the ow away. The"It ltt avare IPet-Pack

81a11k of'lagueboamd, l who, It Is have bs moplat e benh in s C moving the boppned substan ate nater ar the bedforTsom addWAS bystar.
L t n llo d it i belled thad. e lads ng out and placed overme that sait a ew it these the for
by spe" M in wIn- a eIn ob mt rgin will behe told m to showm been boiled wllkeep It W app Op brthday toke olorns, yelWno bfavorn Aed

tal PtorMam said from preset i ,nd ca --a was l t Whi e-s- d M" "or the w ,l ,Int so to gWhen i .
tnle y poiidamh.e ty thatwallownfurwor
Itto ATe DINNER PARTY. 1111030 llcoth that has been 'ot In hot whie chonas .-So mad-
_'I waterandwell." aped.. ... .Ti. ndwei will. otbat .h.,,_*h e as,1

ei belospre tohe hono r of enter oon gra pers wr dog th i id amOnl In wheh frth r e teons of wute n the oSl of ribbon
d the t caddatetat on f the ttans at etC looshavened. Afterward they should bey hnd depends. e n ote. flower to be .

Sflerso' convnn P .whih will qpelad to gteIt New YottkW Re tie whose nt ae bure on the I most as t a Ln a lblt agood
a tr, a. Als, hla pket at the dinnte tale, and hie ous here wib no. toble te na e o the Fower. Te bea t you Pe

tter Music House


114-11 IL, PlafsxS ti
Ple S16




We are doing the best we can under the
circumstances.Thursday morning we will be
prepared to deliver ice in any quantity. Ice can
be bought to-day at factory. Phone your
orders and get on our list.


phone 59 And.2590

A A A A A A A p A A A A A


On an
large cust
ness on I





. R. Keller, Manager.


ke to the Public.

d after Aug8 we will sellice to
omners, either at our place of busi-
Palafox wharf, or delivered to any
house, in lots of 100 pounds, or

We cannot agree to deliver in small
quantities, but hope to have a delivery
system within the next few days that will
look after the wants of the public.

E. E. Saunders & Co.


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This is the most delightful time of the year to spend
n the mountains, and there s no place so attractive as
the Beautiful Sapphire Country. Elevatio from 2250
to 5000 feet Gorgeou mountain s ry, three m -
nificent lakes, the largest covering 2300 acsm wid a
shore of 15 miles. Every iae a semnt,
both inaoor and outdoor. The Beautiful Sapphire Coun-
try is easily reached via Southern railway. A yciet
agent. Address either of the following charming hotels:
Toaway lun. Lake Tozaway, I, FL Ain, Manager.
The Fraaklin, Brevard, A. Lambomn M er.
The Lodge (csumlt of Mt. Tooway), Mrs. Patton
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like anybody could have a piano, if they wanted one
have quite a number of second hand pianos in our
at can be had on these unusual easy terms. They
ctice pianos and many of them are good for several
id to nave you call and see them or write for infor-

The Blistering Sun Dontt Effect

the paint we sell. It has itb.statagm.q ty as we as
the covering quality. 1rom a dolar a up.
Atine of Builders Hardwe at e s prices. Moaey
maved contractors wueosbelt 1

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'Tae visitors for Sunday wore:
M ,s iHiael MaoneelT, inMel and EMa
roughewn., Messrs Beyer, Klrby, Bid
,ll, Watkins, Byrd and "Kid" Phil-
T ie lightning had & bed oect on
lit', XGus Wla-- w ves. 'And It was
ce, iainly a myeSry to little Nina.
x\onder what Florece did with the
.,. hook and thn Maie why
S.kes to aee the *tars ahoot?
(Th, i, Glen laughed.)
V'.miie and FIorento found an E-
trt. S&oaday, but It was nothing to
pure wt h the one around the
14:. 1.
v-. Berer and Tom Philliep are
wjl in, sideways now-4eh and
i!Ino can beat anybody In camp
, ,,nuuing when she has er wings
There was a sw4tunifan match be-
tw,, little Gus Will, T m Philmps
Bt1,w,'ll, Fred Austin. and Beft Mc-
All: :ter the latter winning-he being
In 'hIP boat.
little Cbarlle Deyer, dodle Kirby
and Watkins were allowed to wade In
fron: of the camp. \
Th!' camp boasts of a male quai-
tette. composed of Maateris Le eutz
Clon ll ight Bert MrotAliter, and
Fred Austin and occasionally a solo
by Pat Sullivan.
Aik Bert Bagley about the Extra
be gto, from the girls.
Little Bertha has just come In wt,
her golden hair banging down her

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The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature.

British Viceconsul DMelnuly and Gown of Men in color, the model
wife. who left August 1 to remain being in watermelon pntk, the edges
away for the remainder ot the sum- jof the lines outltabg the rest belnta
mner are In Yadhin Valley. N. C., vis- scalloped In white embroidery cotton
citing friends, but leave there this The bodice also showed embroidery ir,
week for a drive across the mou- open eyelet work on each ede of the
tWdns to spend the balance of their frot and back. The vest was made
tin. of white batste edtah~ the edges
Mrs. Donnly'e chamning sister
ss si Unkles im with then ad will be -

all the time. Her many fMetnds
and acquittances would be glad to
bare Misa fUnklee return with her s.a*
What quser comb ona of senses
and abmerty law makers are. Now
U they were women that would be
only cof cou But
blem md, t& r are actual* men
Manly men. Good fellows of more
than average ntelligence, as a rule.
But, their latelligence certainly
does not apmparetly affect the reul
of most of their lelatione.
Take the animated burcated gun
carriages tha are eterafly betig
fined for 'caar7ing concealed
weapons," and compete them to the
more economical eqoles who are
carrying concealed weapons by
"special permielaad" at eo much per.
and explain why the one should be
legal and the other criminal.
But, the law m ers and their 4o-
terpreters say it Is.
It is also legal, "they say," for the
very authorities who have taken

"sguns" away from thee not "per-
mitted," and to sell those samee gun
at so much per, to other persons.
And thus do the law makers en-
courage, cowardice crime, and equi-
It has been asserted that in one
small town in Florida, the same gun
was captured, comistatped and resold
eleven times within eight months
Any wise lMttssouriJ though a man
would have to be "ehown" why that
Is, Or cane, "legal."
Dt the mental if not the moral so
periortty of man Is thn' illustrated
For, no Xving woman could ever And
a logical way through such a laby
rrath and Teach such a verdict.
All we ca do is t Just fall t their
.feet and worship the great and good
men who formulate, transate, and
execute thoae wonde'ftl stat Utes.
Otpt. IL A. Baker, the popular com-
mander of the Cahoohathatchee mail
oat IRth, surprised his friends by
bhreirs. Mis. Shaker to town Sunday
without noctim
His bride was Miss Florence Rial
of Harris, Sta.. and the wedding





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being caught tether with wpider
web stitches of white cotton. The
top of the collar had a narrow blas
band of the colored linen fagoeted to
the top of the embroidery. The
sluirt had a tucked front panel, olu
had three wide tucks about the eW r
part of the skirt.

whkh was a quiet one, took place
Sunday, ugust 12, at the bome of the
bride in the presence of only the
Captain and Mrs Baker came to
the city Sunday night and left leet
night on the steamer (or St. Andrews
on their wedding triVa
The many friends of the happy
couple unlte in wishing te b aw
happiness and prosperity.
The W rday Duchme Club ae M
John Pteffer a Menuine su pri e M- .
day nat, going down on the
o'clock car and carrying prises and
refresahents with them to her sm-
mer residence on the-bayshomri
The members had Ivited their
husbands who escorted them.
Mrs. Annie A. Dooley and Mr
Joe Santo won the ace prize, Mr
Charles Rupert and Mr. Francis Om-
muyns the boobies.
M1 is Mamine FarreH of Mobile
scored, and the whole affair was
greatly enjoyed, by hostess and
U. 0. .TO OfkANImZE
At the regular meeting of Pmea-
cola Chapter held last evanig at
Mrs A. A.a ul id's, It was decided
to ornmie a. chapter of children.
And, all children who are lineal de
scendants of those wbo serve In the
civil, military, or naml departmets
of the Southern States, axe Invited to
meet at the reeWdce of Mre. 8. A
Moreno, Thursday afternoon at
o'clock, or the purpose o or
a chapter.
3Mr. Tbomas Condon and Children
have returned frm an extended "stt
to her motherinlaw, Mrs. Comdoa at
farraW, fa.
MMiss Mamie MhLellan of Hileboro
Texas, arrived "ueeday morning da a
visit to her mother at the Merchants
In ts Society items, under the hea4
of "Southerner- In New Yok," the
Herald of Sunday gives, among the
liet. Mrm. HL K. Thornton amd .Mr
Kate oodloe of PtenoAla, Fla at the
"Barnett," 66 Medliont Ave.
1 .
Among tfe cottagers eafring camp
life near Magnolia Baff, are Mr. and
M A L M. MMim and ahmlly, Mr
an2 UM. W. W. Richards and amfly
Mm sam Je Hall and ftafly, and Mr
ad Mrs "Dick" McAllster, and a
joter, more conll colony ca
not be found.
Mr. P. .dgar d la Ran, left Satr-

wv1 be ow y at least two mouths and
retWuin wfll vl an old soboolmlte
in Brmflghsn.

ew be en Nts .ia Ge-orge
m l oIt a m,,WB tat Tuesiday
wztsn for bc
MrsW. J.-..wbo dtUmMtstd a
bone in her tot three weeks
ago is etil mseasg g hasely as a
result, and is unale to use the In-
ued member.
Mr. Frank Gtat who to visiting his
a-AMtuvbfter tn Alsant, is expected
home the later ast of this week.
ilm SaMe Uom O'?eal will leave
Tob ear not to visit relati4eV In
9Mbdi.amery and A ta.
.a. D. W. Loake eft Tuesday for
rMe on e, a-e impanied by Mrs
8... dGure and som* Albert and
Aitur, 4o spend two or three weeks.
Mr. J. N. Stelltgs left Tuesday
Oo. fr Mobile.
Mias Minmie Suria is anticipat-
ing a trip to New Orleans for a few
Miss Bety F%*y, who hbas pet
a fewr W with r w leaves to,
ay for her home In South Georgia.
Quit eteaftl ebdase and use
eOe Mbboi Lemo and VanuMa. the
nati frutt oamwr. "TIkes less;
favors perfectly."

p*ets. -m un *to Wmes
WIllam I. seLmB Mdelda tor the
Democratic nomination for congress in
the Twelfth Missoarm ditrt is a well
known lawyer, but badly cpled,
sle feet having been nr4il off tIn a
allway wrWek,, ays a t. Lois corre-
audest of the Gbeage dHWer-
aL. He was boar n 8L Lt la 1881
and recved his educattontIis pubHei
sdlooft a" at a local law Insttte. .
Blis der is a real esta dealer, 1 ad
Im unle, John Sedh a cespiuIM
as a iamnder ad ometer. Friends
of Mr. suel y that be is tb. logical
calOdite and that sie physial feltis
wU met Pemment hWs n a wis.sin
ree o9Wd bhe slee n e o nation
heh bIs oeftg.

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lee sks nm I interest of 1 PI-
A. balloo trip which is expected to
hae wi e results In the aeronautie
world was recently made at Philadel-
phi b Dr. Sandel JTottWaer and Dr.
T. ChaOer Fulton, both well known
physieans of that elty and graduates
of the JeOaom Medical college says a
Phidepa special dispatch to the
New York World.
Me1ool alel experiments have bee
made from balloons for several years,
but ths trip was, so far as Is known,
the frst balloon ace on ever made
for be purpose of physiological re-
S he aeronsat landed In a eold four
miles ouwest of Medi, Pa., twenty
miles trom their sitarutt point, shortly
after 7T clock In th evemlsg, after be-
lag w nearly rse bowa. The landing
was without mis p or Incident, the
balloon settling easily to the grounds
Tey eseed an altitude of more than
three miles and say that the views
above the clouds supas descrlptio.
They pronounce their experiments
very eikx and say that they have
collected data which i desuned to have
a wde nutnhce on the aeronautical
world. Experiments tried alternately
on each other at hib altitudes prove
the theory that the apid cha ss In al-
titude that attend balloon are beno
al to nervous diseases of the eye
and to sespiatory disease. They ai.
made ebmervatts as to the effects on
blood rculatIon.
The balloon was lent by members of
the Ao club of New York. It has a
capacity of 55,000 cubl feet. Pure
coal gas, whieh is much pore buoyant
than the commercial unant of coal
and water gas mixed, was used.
Proteesor Charles King Philadel-
phia's "grad old man" of aeronautics,
s t e the preparetisn It took
thrae "es to the bag. The two
was"ats took p a law e assortnt
of Instu3n ,s for perosming their ex-
pesmmfts The instruments for the
meteca trouen*t wee lent
by the United States weather bureau
and the other set al delicate m ru-
meats, Is the property of medical so-

ou hae all noticed the beautiful
pRatia e nl d the Inner surface
tf shls, even of the common oyster
*ell 1es surisce is composed of
the bmance called mother--pearl,
and its Iridescence and Its gloss make
It beauftL Do you know what makes

emew"a, a rm. Wia 5lbne.
The old stone schoolhouse at Moond
City, Kan., the county seat atf Lnn
county, is to be raised and te materials
in Its walls used to Improve the public
highways, says t Wilasa Coty Cit-
sen. The building was emoted about
the beginning of the ebelon, prob-
ably in 1861. The only ea _et between
regular aderal m* 0g m- troops
fought on Kansas ol md emed a
battle oecared on MIe eek, masr
Mound City, Oct. 25, 186. The school-
house to be dsmmantled was used as a
hospital at the time d the battle, am-
bulances from Ml- creek earring
both Union and Ooefmdato wounded
soldiers to the shelter of Its wl for
care and treatment, a mbar a them
dy in the beMg .


Or Your Heir WiI PFal Out Till You l
Necme t8 ;
Modem scIene has eeveed that
A. A iA n4 asaaAJ by a. thn I

H. P. OHIPMAN, Manager.
asuten, MDeeuhn md SMhiper

Fine Coffees

B"y Diebold Sufe.
Scrritt Moenam Ageit.

To the Public.

Netwlthtodlia the eet that
a a.mber aof lower PNlio
street merhatsa, who have
signed the Friday afternoon
cotiog *St, are not beeping


Watson, Parker & Reese Co.


But has saved the thrifty men and women of Pensacola over $1,000.00 in
two days. (This sounds small to men who count their money by the Millions.
But a $1,000.00 goes long ways with a lot of folks).

Each of the hundreds of people who crowded our Store during last Saturday
and Monday, we believe will bear us out in this statement

And each of them received in proportion according to their purchases, an
equal share of this great saving.-

Now, let nothing keep you away from the mid-week of this great sale. New
goods will go on our counters each day with prices made to please.

Our Mr. Watson has been in New York for some weeks, buying nothing
but the newest and best, of the most fashionable things to be found. And is
forwarding them by every express. And they will all go on our counters as soon
as they arrive and you shouldn't be the last to see them, for there will be some-
thing among them you will want. If you haven't been to this big Sale, ask your
friend what she thought of it, and we'll see you pretty soon.

Come to town this week and buy where you see the big crowd buy-
ing, "Because it means something," at

Watson, Parker & Reese Co.

ueeeMso t to Grwn WMa&Mt.

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Are delightfully agreeable this Sum-
mer weather. Every lady should have
them on her dresser. We also sell
Mulhen's 4711 Cologne and Soaps, Heu-
bigant's Extracts, Coudray's Extracts,
Soaps, Faceand Sachet Powders, Pivers
Extracts and Sachet Powders, Lubin's
Extracts, Roger and Gallet's Sachet and
Face Powder, and Soaps, Atkinson's
Extract's, Lautier's Extracts.

We leve Filled Over 200,000 Preacrptiona SA- ce BegInlig e lusess

W. A. D'Alemberte

Tel-phone No. 10O

No 121 S. Palefox St.



Toilet Soaps

Imported Oad DaeM
in daintily decorated
boxes for your travel-
ing grip or your home.
These splendid soaps
are absolutely pure
and perfumed delight-
fully. We have them



Brush Values

M a BkThMat WhL"t
Why keep breaking m
new tooth brushes
when you canget one
of our

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That is not paying them at least ten per cent. Pen-
sacola real estate is gilt edged and growing better
every day. Are you an owner of some of tt? If you
will permit us to suggest It, would say that you
cannot afford to wait longer before buying safe va-
cant or improved property if you would take' ad-
vantage of the present rise. The increase In value
will be "easy money" and no small amount. Let us
show you some business property, or residential
property on East and North Hills.

Pensacola Investment Company,
&. w.O mr In atMEWP-

& L. STRJfl* ,Tirs.m at LMk migsr.

LL~ urnI", I stmrg
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UseD EafaE% LasuwGemne veemAe6 os.
215 South Paisfoix Street, Pon"osae.Ia. FlduIa.


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mANBWD-Frat class cook. Apply WANTID-At once, poskiion as cir
Mrs. A. M. McClure., Commercial cular saw ler. Address N. B., leave
Hotel, 107 Intendencla. 14au9lm Journal. l1aungt

.WANTED--Cahier; most
enoed and competent
Pen oola Dlectric Co., cor
Jefferson 8ts.

be experi- WANTED-4 room house, modern Im-
Apply to movements; well located. Address
Msin and A. H. Baker, 0. Box 194, City.
IUlalw lHaug.

WANTED-Moler system of barber WWAMft -M!iddle age colored wo-
college located in fourteen leading man to do general house work and
cities wants men to learn barber live on 'premises, good home, right
trade. Scholarship includes tools, tui-| party. Mrs. J. A. Billingsley, 218 W.
tion, diplomas, positions and board if Government 10&ugw
desired. Few weeks completes, little 1
expense. Write for catalogue. New WANID7-White lady wanting posi-
Orleans, La. 11aug6t*j on as chambermad, laundry or
office work, please call or address 424
ULP WANTED-An experienced in- W. Government oL llauglw*
stallment solicitor and collector. Ad- THE PATRONAGE of the traveling
dress, H. A. Care Journal 9auglw public solicited. Good teams, polite
CTI Mdrivers. Z. D. Adair, Feed and Livery
ACTIVE MAN WANTED to adver- Stable. Ponce deLeon, Fla. 20julylm
S... A-- --.I

s e, xhoiit goods ana manage
branch of large mail order house.
Salary $18 per week, expenses paid.
Pemaaent position with advance-
mpest. Honesty more essential ".han
experience. Natkmal Co., 720 Chest-
nut street, Philaddphia, Pa. faug.

WANTED-A cook and gardner
once. Apply 229 N. Spr ng St.


WANTED-Carpenters to know that
the new local, 1159 U. B. of C. and
J. of A. meets second and fourth Wed-.
nesdays at old armory building, room'
1. and that the charter is st:ll open.'
W. N. Lounsberry, Business Agent.
WANTMD-Carrier boys at The Jour-
nal oaoe.
WANTED-Everyone to Know that,
The Journal has nice, clean old pa-'
Spers for sae cheap. Only Afive cents

VANTID-All carperters' in Pensa
cola to be at S. B. A., No. 1 hall
West Zarragossa street, near Palafox
street, at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday Aug
15, to learns something to their inter-
PresIdent D. C.
r and other forms ot steno.
Swork to the Pensaeola Type
Swrw Exchbange. or 'phone 18691
op. 18 Brent Building.
i WU D-FIRiST.CL.A8 hat clean-.
I. Old hats made new. Cleaning,
g gtad and blocking. Satisfaction
i gu teLed. Panamas, 50c, Straws,
3e2S Pitt, 36c; Derbys, 25c. Victor
Ui9.. 100 E. Intendencia street All
ome tan 24Julylm*
AWrD.-A.l hanes or electrical
ar. I sell all kinds of electoral
enri- sa" other electrical sppiles
'/We suo" need me ring 345 or 955
u W, Peake. new Star iandry build.
1- *< 5 arde. 1"Me.

.'-Jhe public to know that
wa ma do all kids of repairing
eat b6dag, norse shoelat, et. J.
4. Weh Carriage O.37feb

ANTED.-The publle to know that
e ol aW r can be bought at
~ e riv esnt a bundle. They
i e all een asnd ce
sk enr,---- at. awara ,uts
SWA3M-A IL aghaM wants
Syew mtlit and hauling. He sau

,a* furnished If desired. Guara.
00M I desired. Leave orders
Sa Watseon. Phone 19. Tmar

FANTED-We want your es to
'1? Art Oalndar. Over M cr1
'Mfmd DAmmm tb.d hummL AN

WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or
rent, lesa or exchange. Your besl
ness respectfully solicited. J A. Wil-
son, Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Gov.
ernment street, Room 7, dalisbary
building. Phone 172. 3Jan
WANTUD--The Mereants Transter
Co. wants" year moving and kantt-ng
All breakage m"waranteed. T. B. Tuomr
sea. Prop. PhODse 97L iJunelI
WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers
at ic a bundle. Apply at this of-
flee. They are all whole. clean and
WANTED-Carrisaes repaired and re-
painted; floats built to order; horse
shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car-
riage Co. 27feb
H. ALFMAN-Tln, Copper and Sheet
Iron Worker; cornice work and sky-,
lights a specialty; rooling, guttering,
and repairing, 315 South Palafox St.
Phone 560; residence phone 1316.
WVANTRD-Second hand sacks of all'
descriptions wanted. If out of town!
ship them to us: if in town ring us
up at No. 334, or bring them to us
at corner of Chase and Alcanis Stse.
F. S. Mellen & Co. 28July
WANTED-All owners of poultry to
know that we are agents for the eel.
ebrate C0oakey's Poultry Remedlle
Guaranteed to enre. rape, holera
gape and to kill eas, Ite and mites.
Also their wonderful egg producer. P.
8. Mellon & Co. Phone No. 234.

'FOR RENT--ive rooms furnished or
unfurniahed-; large porch facing
south. City water. Apply 501 West
Chase or phone 233. l3aug,
FOR RINT-The second floor of the
brick building oi the southwest
corner of Baylen and Inte de cli
Streets. Apply eoIotn & Wtson, the
leading Real Estate Agents.
an 10-1-165.
S)NR R -NT-Two new modern S6-om.
houses on North Spring street, at
$20.00 each. Fisher Real Estate
Agency. aug10
FR RWrT-Two flue stores, on E
Government, oppose opera house
iFormerly occupied by The Journal.
Lee Daniel. loaug.
FOR RBNT--Two nicely furnished
rooms, good exposure; pritylege of
light housebseping. Apply 323 West
Chase street. Sauglw
MO RNT--Ome store cottage, 22 E.
Garden St. Apply to Walker Ingra-
ham, at StarLansdry. 2aug

FOR IiT-4arge 11 room home,
.240 hatendetda. cAply to. Fisher
Real Mlate Asmency. laug


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Now ititlRiA Estate R

92, New City-some < th
oretlet buUding 1pf a osNot
i C"ryast betweenn 12w 7-
bawyd 18t& Avenues.
Better buy now If you want a ti M th half of Block 120, New takes a cluo
haw lot in the mot beasutul part City Tract. on west sid
the city. for they will cot a ood deal $1200--Bock 279, New City Tract. This sem
more la the winter than now. The@ property qi
are good investments, too, aside from --p- urcheer
being pretty home sates. Think over
these barqals: W: here several aiee houses ad
Two lots, MEt Jachao, corner lots in any part of the City to sait
18th avenue.. .. .. .. .. $ 60 our customers. We will be glad to
Two lotaR at Deloto, rer -ave them call us. $8
loo baou, between IT 01 O
and 18 a evuea.......... 5w f 60xl20i
from bayou............. 1000 Ctwo or there
One-fourth block, corner 10 Ave. is thisre
and 10th St., r2gt on car line 12560 Ag k t* some-bes
Lots facing southon "Oporto" ncen
Lo Oman"Agents New York
.Square .... ... .. .. 0 Lie Inuran Commi,."
4 lots, corner 18th Ave. and 15th
St .. ............ .. .... 900 Goverm ant tret
Block 299, New City..,....... 1200 ** FIB. LIST
Phone 7L Pen'oMao.Fla.

'" Investments

Syour property wth me for sal Two bouse on N. "B" St., between
olectrent d .dmake pm" t re- Jckson and Gadoden Sts.. renting for S.Br
turns. wce m po e yr oney at $8.00 a month and in the best cond!-.
tion; also good renters .. .. WSo.00 WE
Three houses and large lots on the
- e m 1 ,AAW90- corner of Cevantes and Coyle: houses -


in good condition and renting for




e in corner 120x160
de of Palafox St.
i-central busin6is
sure proft to the
Let us show you.

90 on Bast Wrigh
Union Depot. A
e strong building o
will pay you hand-
ides it will en-
lue each year.



'own &Co.,


Thlues kubit

J. Read


Good Imvestments


Leadigf Real te, m t aad insmrauc Agency.



For Sal
FORE SAllB-Half block on ast Hill
Cheap it sold at once. A. B. C., care
TJornil 15uI lw*

P. 0. BOX "L."


ap- 4 k r M W l montl" .. *. ... .. .. i.. W ___M__...... -_v 91 feet front by 500 feet
FOR & ISAB--d p 2 orso wood cooking jo with 14
H o m es o ""range with 40 gallon boiler attached eep. 2 story house wi 14
SH om es for sale reasonable If sold at once. rooms, with water connec-
19I IW O $1000 Fe882 1 ^, t1 A nice I-room two story residence $ 8. `,ti(L Suitable for lr
ARTCRTIIICTI u Plans, Specific.- on North 1Hill; lot 48% ft. by 160 will buy a splendid house with five FR SAL---A brand new, Mght pull, faitlly or hotel. Known as
tons of modern homes drawn to su:t' deep. South front on car line; excel- rooms and hall, also other Improve ing skit; will sell cheap. Apply the Anson residence, at Big
the most fastidious. Store froats and lent neighborhood. Will loan $3000.0g ments. Lot 100 by 11O; room on this Segari's bath house. l 5auglt Bayou
public buildings draw subject to ap- as part purchase money.. .. ..$400 lot for another house. For an invest- Bayou.
proval. Cha. Wi. Howe. Bagdad, Fa. ment this is a bargain. East Hill .FOR BA1&-We have the following Apply to
2auglm J W Dul Jr A W LSON A CO., good secondhand machines ftor App
SReal Estate Agents. prompt sale: Wllliam No. 2, $20; 1s A
JRY V ST S, Ba. Salisbury Bldg. Room 7. Phone 172. Chicago, (new) $S; Fox, $5; Dens- Il lc
dad, Fla. Carriages meet all trains, Cor. Government and DeLuna t more No. 4, $40; Remington No. 6. .011X M.. ar
single or double teams, n!ht or day BOX173. h 637$4250; ray Sholes No. 6, $27 .0; L .
to any point. Best service; rates ea- Phon 637 d and RoomS. C. th, 4; Uderwod (new)$80; -
sonable laugei, also World's feous Visible Steans
FUR.IWSHI D ROOMS-4est in city. always new $100. Pensat ola Type
F. J. WRITE & CO.-Arteulan well' Transient solicited. Mrs. Preston, writer cal e, r1t Brent R SALE
drillers for saw mills and turpen. 128% Bast Government, opposite 14 au. FVR 1Lag.
tine stills especially. GMeeva, Ala., opera house. ll ug OR SvAI-anabout, In good condl-
and Graceville, Fla. Prepared to put tion. Cheap ff taken at once. Address
wells from 4 to 12 inches diameter, PO RWN x-Rooms cheap; real, new, R. F. D. No. 1, Dox 43, City.
and from 100 to 1600 feet deptin. Sat- ky clean furaftbed rooms suitable The building corner of
isfaction guaranteed. 19june3Sllm for light housekeeping on the lill. Lo. FOR SALD-Three nice wooden bed Garden and Bavlen Sts re-
One ^^rS- In cation high and healthy. Close to car steads; nice as new. Apply 333 E. u
NOTICB-Having installed machines line. Privilege of phone. Apply 314 Romana St. las Centli Occupied by St. An-
for the manufacture of galvanl E. Strong. Phone 1213. o10ug WONDMR GASOINE ENOINS- thony's Hospital. Bids so-
Iron cornice, skylights, cornlce 'guy. If you need an engine for your new "icted o its urchase sub-
ters. circular moulding., etc., I am no FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with If youneed anengineforourl ted for its purchase b
prepared to do sheet metal work privilege of light housekeeping; on ?Wondy ucarnt eano oove to 24 ject to prompt removal of
all kinds on short notice. Satisfae-. car line Apply 900 Z. Jackson St. "Wonder" Marine en ne 1 to JeCt'poldi T p remov
tion assured. Estimates cheerfully 27Julylm y H..Stat~ t o 6i .I f Lht-' building from present site.
Cha B. Vtr. 1or ? S W. tendeacl ROOMS FOR RENT-1 or 2 newly er. Circular free. Ed B. Banks, Pen-
hae6 B. et, 1 la furnished front rooms; southern ex- saoola, Fla. Phones 1377 and 577.
hone8. loKkmaylu ,oun Meposure; privilege of phone; few steps 22julylm. J0hn
If you will look arn from Palafox. 106 E. Intendencla. S ALE---l acres excellent ine
I you will fnd a lot of ways In whe u$3500 Rates reaoaible. Call at Mrs. Nord- apple and orange land. on Jupitet "I inm Board of loerors,
you can used old newspapers. strom's Millinery Store, No. 11I In- river; excellent market; close to rail-
can buy them in any quality at this For a beautiful 6-room Cottage with tendencla St. 28july road; 3 miles from ocean; some Im- OsCola Club
office. They are put up in bundles, all modem improvements and 3 large Old newspapers at live cents a bundle provements; healthy locality. Address
convenient to carry and sold at Afve lots on East Hill, near Public Square. at this oBoe. They are all elean J F. BeneAeld. Aycock, Fla. 19jlm
cents per bundle. and taloa FOR SAL. OR RNT-Two lighters; Fo mic
J. H. rOkrTsA, alnmater, 716l Soth one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.
Palate street Orders taken o MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST n lumber, the other thirty thousand ca- FOR SALIZ-$6.00 cast net, only used
tents, awnings, camp stools sad ouase MARKET RATE OF INTEREST. *Mon y toLoa9n pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two on-3 day; In perfect condition. Wili
ots. etc. Prices raonabl 1J. MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE skiffboats for sale heap, 22 ft. ong, sll for four dollars. Phone 250.
IN THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD, MONEY LOANED on real estate and Cham s6& Co., Milton. Pla. 25mar
HIPg Co.. wholesale nd reOt ALL OF THE M AXENT TRACT personal property on short notice. hf M mar
ad & Co.a wholesale and retail s L OF THE MTXENT TOROCTR Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, 28% Sout FOB SALB.-Iproved ane umpro. W SAL-,600 acres mill timber.
chandlersand g cers, only irsteIla WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR Palafx St. Phone 1144. ed property in all parts of the city. Also Turpentine Location. Writo
house of kind nla city. 1air proies to all. SALE. . J. A. WUio & C o. Real state Agents, for schedule. Owner, care Pensacola
I OAKN LUND YOUR MONEY at eight Room 7. Sal1t ry building. Phone Journal. 10aug2w
latUAbu repair sa ref ted ---. per cent. If you have any that you 17L. 3Jsa
1Flts bsIlt to ord. Wlors" sho. .want interest on. see me about it. it
Ing a specialty. J. G. Welsh a will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SAm&-Two return Tubular Boil- HOTELS.
oI. "7e Fisher Real Estate Agency security. Lesle Brooks, Fisher ers 50"x14' ready for immediate d
building, Phone 462. livery. Apply to M. F. Gonzales & Co. OL MIILL INN-On bay front. Opens
MILTON UPHOIATr MIN SHOP-- COLLECTION OF RENTS A 8Julf June 1. Large, airy and delightful-
Willite 14 ma, Piorietor. Pural-; MONEY TO LOAN-BEverybody bor- ly col Good fishing, bathing an
ture repIns of all kinds, carpets SPECIALTY. rows money from Jno. A. Hall & FOR nd hand 2, L. P boatinga PlFirst class imable. O elec
latid, furatre packed or sipt 87 Plafe ., 14% Government St. When in boiler. Will sel cheap. Apply to tr car line, 15 minutes ride from it.
laid, f ie k f h Ppf.26r.line, fromheLud.
Phone L. Next to Tama L need call on us. New Method Lundry. 13prl Regular boarders a't translent
IIA L. MONYed c LOAn uaon all kinds of Pa RGULAR HACK I k w-ea Chip. Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill
MONEY LOAND on all kinds of per ley, making connections with ma Inn. Pensaeola. Fla. 4may
MATTRASS AM D NITlURs- A GOOD NARG fAIN seas property on short notice. launch for points ona Andrews bey. BROWN 'OU- -DeFunlak png.
Mattresses made to order; ow ones s Term. w ay. J. B. Gray Co. W. Extra teams for travel men. BROWN OU -D airy roos, spring
renovated New ticks. tralshed. W MW BMTATE Romans. Phone U116 ifb horses, comfortableehilels. Call onod beds. ryroo. n
Second hand furnalture bought and 4 lots 40x150 feet. tNUMITWD au om o ney o to oraddress J. C. ncdlair, Chipley, Pla. meals; free bath and sample rooms.
sold. Upholster. a repairing q facin south on Brainard. N s f ao n Telephone No 74C. Vp Special attention to traveling men.
114 I. Be ist St., ty, S e 77L 2 facing north on Loyd. S kndr s to pbrSees on le aroep r Rates 1 .00 per day. J. I. Brown,
Davis Mfg. C, C. T. Dai, M. Two-story dwelling containing six Soa Th NewYrk oan Co., 4 FOR SALM-Several tracts virgin Prop.
large, airy rooms, with pantry, china Soth P Ngvew pine timber. T Urpntlne places and OTL AD BOARDING HOUSES
TAILOWNG--. a. mammU4, TaUl. closet and. bath room; also several saw mills in operation. Also excel-Ay orD OE
SGents clothing cleansed. sad out houses. All uider fence and in --lent tracts of staumpage. Turner & I laying your carpet r
paitred oan shot settee. No 11% frst-class condition. Will sell entire Amard, Real state Agets, Box 115,toputundernea supplthnd rotectnewpperly
West Govnment St., Peaoel, property for $3,00. It purchaser de- NICe CleCa old paper DFunak Springs, 14a. 20july five cents a bundle at this o nle
Idee. sires can pay ha cash, balance on s a at this o
easy terms. Apply to- papor sa at this re, *" Staag31 HOTEL 3OUTHWN-opes au the
paTpcA0, -o .acres. 15acresIMoved; 7-room yaw. American and Europmn plan.
THE JOIUANAL SY CARRIER 10 E. LE Wg, oEhotuse; good water, 7 miles south of year. Summer rates. arspeg pl
C T A WEEK. 33-36 SOUTH-PALAFOX ST oMa. $000 eash. A. Pardee ecil summer rtey respe P rsant au
~CA~rNTS A WEEt '8-8 SOUT AL OX T vReel kstaote Agea~ Counsellor at Law, ever respect. PrTsaTt aod eoven.
Editor and Publisher. of The West len Mrs. T. Bowe. Prop., Pen-
Florida Blugil, Mtariana. Pa., Box saeola. Fla. 15apr
WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. .."Pr op "ssssm.
FOR SA New 8 oo a house bt-" cial travelers. Free sample sa bet
Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anything A bat f sotald t ..onateh. lApp 1to $o per d gy ro. d zRd
to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the *ddre's .. iAuly ag an jr
work. -R SA. stock u a n pla. oems lsiht as
-- D A etc., on Mlivew hrd- at city .79 S Pa Ja No,
SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE UINE. T3imta U -!oo e to-rent b "tldin



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Kapfrlan's Parlk, contaiing a splendid six room d welling,
baseball and shooting grounds, dancing pavilion and race
tracks, with over 100 acres of land .. .. .. .. ......02.. 000
Large brick building en ftth Palatox street, SPLNDID IN-
V TM T.. .. ........... .. .........$12500
Large two story dwelling on the northwest corner of Intenden-
cda and Reus Sta.. lot 85 ft. by 140 ft.. ... ... .... ..4500
Valuable business lot on Palafox St., Just south of Masonic
, Temple, opposite new Blount building, 30 ft. by 182 ft.. ..17000
Twocottages. splendid renters, renting for $144 per year, at
No. 228 West Zarragosa .......... ... .. .. .. .......1250
That beautiful property situated on Santa Rosa Sound, known
as the Clausen Place. lot 1200 feet front, fronting both Pen-
sacola Bay and Santa Rosa Sound, containing three dwellings
with a lot of household goods...... ... ....... .... ... 5000
Two story blrk building on Zarragosa St. near Palatafox St...10,500
Two story dwelling at No. 1005 North Davis St.. .. .. .. ....1800



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RA L English Tailor's Suggestion- or
af t-w &0 "aut~ Drews Adopted
61500 -Wi buy a piece of businet s a RIL .a T" " es .... ..I
property paying per cent tcHU--- "SBLE S O a _I_ M ARKnlEe .om
on the investmentL .ea I Aes. --'- .a- t. M t
$65000i-Six houses and five large havenoVequal. Aftrial 0'* Mr avr A --- -
lote in good location, rent- hleveno te -ls miewm o Naval stores.
ing for $730 per annum. wconvime C* in .
l5o.00---trree lots. on whkih Is loI- n. nu the loms wt emsted wmnab.- Ga., Aug. 14.-be naval
SW catae two ho sthat renwng e taam e Unied Stats aray have stoes market loaed today as o.low:
for $168 per year, *ear mak enoe ex V dered by e war department WWI w . .. *-.. .6 0
Railroad shops. as t direct tof sa mgge s WG .. .. .. .;;A o 2'5
N,,,-s0.t..o... .. ...,o,
We have some very desirable lots tall c ameto t he a M *-K .. 0'a470 to 4
r north Hit, mot popular residence .......,....*,.4
por..ion of the city, that we can dil- Wholesale and Retallepam s..tates ,weeks ae at ....... .4 t
Sof at fair prices. te request o Quarwastr eeral H . *. .. .4 3% to 4 37%
c. aiu BmpoeaO, ass a Washington corre- G .. *.. .. .. .... .4 30 to 4 38
C pondent of the New York Hecald f .. ... .. *e ..4 26 to 4 30
Escam aneaily O., IC., n J R ese changes wUl not affect the m-: .. . - 4 4 16 .
orREAL ESTATbaD INRANC ter of nni~.t *..- -. .8 96 to4 %
REAL ETTE ANt.O INSURANClE md a oi nds ditat win a those now worn betteAr 3. ..*4 .. "*.0 .... 70 to 77%
204u South Palafox Strt. t ttg a mter a r-.n Sp .i e i
SGeneral Humphrey appointed these aMO& M A 11 --ETO
.. offers of the quatrte rs t4 depart. uC aus.'S
Professional Directory gluto W ater -'-""-
Profssio Diretory pClonel George Pd, MaOrsJ. ....... .......... ...m...
T Bellinger, J. B. Alfst John T. 94.-Mar........................ ......... AM
.. . Knight s od .. Ile vls ad Captain a Ae..t ...................... .... MS
S!L. Hardman. Mr. Winter made pat- A a *...............--**..............*... L.
OPT.IAN wre i t e pa s............. t................ ...
396 TM E _' f New Orleans Grocery- Co.-adpd. It Is d- . ......... .....
- rrMW ^ u fTB sl e on v d r v eroat now _- .......... --.-
WM. D. HOWE, ed, bUt ns m Ac m're frU In e l*.......i ...... ....
ATTORNEYANDCOUNSILLORATLAW Jas. McHugh, ba& by m ot a lS. l he ad.* ..*
141/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ditisnal tnesa b an ead geule or____
OPTCIA N were Is moanatW to back of the -
DIRECD TORY --1-t wed, W =ot IBf l *= co fad ls In 60 -
DIREO TORY Florida and Alabama fi cent material in a sdrt to prevent April M i 9.1 .
ioat catbesi na g e theeu I st- SAm" Io n M .to
pewala Lods%, 1. ,K. o P. |I "n U IMVN i.. fo e f ig,- == ". p s" to
-ehas an ,a.e LA NO C MPA mNYh seDm....... U 9. M$ A
o'lock at their temporary Castle Halltu .. ...s a.......... so Los, I C
"r ou stable, W. Intendencls I8d "w-- -le bma w.Isat lial **rTsalt NI40
Visittlg brethr eordially welcomed&. D i sleping blanket.
L& H. DNKARVD, C. C. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- me n boardI rwoa~ed aa le .
I. HORSLL K eot & 8 tiLES AND KILt-DRIED SAP. quarteastr gaenr has approve N & G
Iimpsomh-- ts to the peesent olive D....... ...... .I Ts T% 74
etr O BO SOS drab tlbe coat to the atMt ofa pl- .....i- -
are 1lSa 4 at their hall B 0 t5ng two slits I0 the 0ack st. t re
aftNo. W t it at toa collar i tG OPts o f&oat
eia tree *rt. onm every a ry and a- ftt" "- c Okt ............ U 2? L
Monday evening at I a a This garment Weavo le wela .... .....( t
17: o tVlor isen in- can ft"rdsh you cra m in o wlder and a e wast Tbhe _
to vtg S s extended any quantity. satsatioan eolar will be a mftg turnover, t O.
^. JON OfnUSelam guaranteed. wide enough for the egwsst a g-t. .. B -
JO I. JON PHON 18 The khabi serve coat istoo be oat on
We d SAM 10M0. Prep. the same pattern as the drab ..... ... I
DLuodgte, of 1era s Coala The Amerndn moldr has had di- / .. New Y.k -
S Lod ,o, No .10, ? o Cnl CDaumght Od cuy for years" n obtainig ws ft-Q M -
be met every Monday night Ie, Coal, Charcoal an toe espel, wear w......
at8 felookl.O. 0. F. halL Visit-M 7T mounted. im t ini g O...... ...e.. *5
Ing layers oidal nited ts.ied.ra WOOGd poMrW.T.O "M. ..... -,.-. t
woo h a.proved Mr..-.. .. .:..., 9s
MWa. j.T.. N. X.G; Delivered anywhere in the that The olive ds eri bA.e.e''... ... i
.I IAT'Uk Sec. city. We can supply you -in back breadth. T b wl have av Try I5O......... ....S
1 1. a. & A._ nM..eet frst and any quantity and our service wagger appear omparing ir ..................
third We es8412 ey ga 7:3 P p. d4no be IL e I ..l..........In'<-o.... n
., Baorda ea, No 10. West intend. is always prompt. Phone w-6 f cr` t..osw nd w be -.I.................... 41 4
363ht fr nomkneehm dow-n. sed U. ......................
denas sreet 3. rouh e whi af e teead wth s..... ,...... .. 1Il
3. L. sWNWmA. sec. leather near the knee. M. WhaterL i..S.................... t
E. G. SE WEL. -".. us ... ..... ,
Penacola Lodge No. 4, ... P. At present the breeches are so. tight M.K..........,...-.......... S 9%
Pensacola Lod No. 4 0 L O. O. P, 26 N. TARRAGONA STREET as to be aneomfortable ia m ana.. IO..**.....q.*.......*..... inI U
nsats every Thrr edg at 7:80 The khaki eecbes.fd mounted wear *'*'*****""" ....... M
at thenew ball on ftadB lyle" will e prbealk the same as e .O ....,.--...-........... 1
ees Ts itrng AN eleisNAedIS *l* a. o sa o.P ..-.. .i............ .
A. B.mR., secrnOy. SKY N. G. L oIAittEe di uBke h.aU oot thg t,3......................... 1* MIK *
W. W. An rdona0ce 'to provide for the below the. kne, wth a i be t 1*..-.......,-- ..4.... 8 11
ui Onk cnp te n w. Ala t of certain nulsances. tow the knee ad rlftm there Ee .e... ..... ... 15 1
e.tsIn fPathf a tt a e Be it oadSalned by the *Mayor and down anled l ha e me .a a .i-... ..*.*..".. v w4
We4=lnesfy h Visitt Council oftlhe (3ty of Pensacola: breecnes. The poe t 1bea I. -- -.,....i a
sovereigns Soolaf t ted. Section 1. That all places In which inal
_L]SL. 0. 0. s ~guE wae flth o wer, A i or *inge col- M Wnter toformed the board that O I
E. BR Ci* leeta and stands so become da-n. I w nta and material bhe and loe all interut when help Is .wth.
RATMONE LQDGE, 0. 3. gerous to the health of persons in the Amen ifo could not be nh- e Hrb wil mak that it
i Btse m-ay n dlc 4 s1t s e attBs aa to.. Vaa(7s E, *a.w rtes: "Beinga
5.... aetgzen co"a ctloa2. That the Board of Pub. Magh mita ts o an dIasole4 ier. I have bound
l toi *ed --, lie .Woks whenever requested by the hen a mutaery dd it is bll of Heate to be the Fet medhDne for
........ ln t Ett Board of Health hantl promptly the p.. ...ennt oicers that m the A teose trouMes OB the maihet. I have

C. 3. Xa 41".,A J-t any a auleance exing In lCean soldier fel a great at 4 aG= used it coastanly. I betteve it to be
i mag atfet. od oher publc place. Mect for 11"MS mad Is m6h m=e thee -&best w 'aw of tit ind, and I L
-_ -_ ectho 3. LThat whenever the oty cofertaIe f he knows that his wli fj Arers from the troubles
NEW T 8&AkWy IR E HBedgafth sal notify the owner, ceotes It wi and are bandsme lan to heow the d BeHete has done -
Between lSfbfle, e29dapuI.Nt MNo*t oy owners, orte agent thereof, of appearance. O" bold by all d&te. aah
<0 p1t as. The kiar Oeamship' the exisbme of aug such nualsance on Genegal Humphrey received ascses
Ob.'s new steamer P, J. Thstleweod, the premises of such owner, or own. of letters criflcihnag is action in e
will i from McaIa every Sarday rs, theyul within Ave days after ting aa Englsh tailor to make them Notice to the Public.
iand from Pensacola every Monday, the service of such notice abate such suggestions, but he has also received We would like to state to our man
couimmcDg Sqw aV 6n August 6th. nuisance a d place said preml In j maeype rsOh Wfriends and that our launches
On a egular .a.edule between o. a thro ay sanitary O ito, an d hlag him tv no"aL SS tw
bie, Peacola.f Andrew Bay. SL Upon the re of such owner. 0or ii hnoeat to d .oters wle e to do with any
Jhs na y, Caroefle and Apelac hil Qw*r or their agent, to coply wii ft e -in t 41 oter bwsts that leave the city wharf
col. any such poee the Otty Bord of thin f for the Islad or gy other points of
1n a!so take * ht forit T a. LHealth shall cause the necessary work which we* impose id u agO. intent. We woed wou tha naWorm
Salso, Bitaik l tf or n ther o t b e 2SiT chage' the epens ea W Wt-cld h- -thepeo oft eo tt we w
t. F. & A.1 R. I,; ls l i~Aton these a agaim owner, or owners, torles ai bta provided wh pt he t tar, aM ar now in a poasi-
A~ chloa, ,t, se id qi the primi s, for which the City for the i g tlan toI ry d to places
1t5 R s M- Shll have a o e.ii tWON% IW O
P. 0. be entoe &te manner provided manuftactued atar tae ple obelik9 Sh t hadbsl
hiL qbUlS. e Bo don .ethBeR RisdStatutes nAStr 10 S owato bSever
P. J. WVALbM< A nXmia. L1 ,.f @1 2d g at1"WfL I0St &S na
Ome, 4al.i a .r ee ^tla ordinance sll a Albert X&S.tS and ieh.yL i web
-i________._. take ect tnmate y upon Its adop- tdents at Nw k 1SiW a aS .gs"tordT'r
Passed July Columbia spet fased oa oats =an
_P .kwtai (1I. H. BUMfS, 4W l8 *0 O t Nbel "h!!dd or ngbt,
tT.CUM mi TPL.W Buss &WV ,* .106 acatfon tamp 3a1%Beg d, WAat ha!e fiveA
SYAMMW TMM AA esa ^. "da*ad *S aa oa wour
C. L. iNMT, City iCerk N OW I*k Wd W iam t. lobs- Wmt
TEKA9WM TA @NP leaugoW4^, tar tet,mtsd &- as*-- % PhaSe N o. 204. Oty Wharf.
fte tbwn =fed ebwomwe, .L
PMSr ,smmn ams wanm legetesW distrtbutees, and all other left New Yo04 on J1Wy aad wa" ked *2, e e e ., a.1 -

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


Bought and Sold on Margin or for Inveshment

. tmua FdWins ahd iii PeoplesakL

Phone 1173

cannot be lost and they may be used t
duce the pre i s each year if the insure
o choose A life or Endowment Policy wtt
annual dividends in the Union Central Li
s the most satisfactory.
L & WILLIAMS, Genera Agent
Thiesen Building. PhoWe 608



Bears heavily on many. There is really
no occasion to fear it, provided you have
put aside in youth and the prime of life a
nice bank account.
Look 'round about you and see how many
are reduced to want and penury in their old
age because of their improvidence in youth.
Youth is the time for saving dollars sothey
may work for you when you are unable to
work for any more of them. It's easy to
save if you once get started. Open an ac-
count today,-One Dollar starts it. Four
per cent paid on savings deposits.


T. Da a- V. N. oa, r. .
WiBJLuS C. n n t. W. A. Bloa. W W. Z Ck lw. W.I W jlW, Jr




*urday only.
Metwelle Pe W4es M-I -el
Pensacola. Lv Firt Barrana
L5 am. 8:00 am.
50 m. 11:00 a.M

11:00 am.* 12:156 pan.
12:50 p.t~. 2:00 p.m.
3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
6:20 p.m. 7:00 p..
8:30 p.m.* 001;6=0
06aturday only.
Steam train leaving renammb g.
7:15 a. m. will stop between PesaJ
cola and Big Bayou only to take oM
passengers for points beyond Big
Bayou. Steam train leaving port Bar.
rameas at 6:10 p. will stop bweta
Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put
of passetngers froM beyond Bil
Bayou. Other steam trains will Wmke
all stops. Each electfIc car makes all
The above schedules and reCgUi
tons subject to change without sone.
S Local P*relhti eguItle
Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. sL
train will be received only Ior plate
Beyond Big Bayou, and will not be
received later than :1106 a. m. A
other Week Day trains leavingte.
saoola not later than 8:50 p. m., carry
freight for any poind but frdsght will
not be received later than 20 minese
before scheduled departure of trains.
The 9:00 a. m. s8day train May
carry light, perisable frefght under
some drcliatamas by se- popr
mission. leetrlc car will not 0.ry
freight or packs of Mar desaip.
timo, except medicine urgotly needed.
Shippers are requested to bear these
regulations in mind, that Incoaws.
lence may not be caused.
These freight reguatioms subject to
change without noce.
Any u further Inflormation rengan
passenger and freight schedule an be
had by applying to the genera ofMce
of the company.
Passengers are earnestly requested
to promptly report to the general
office any Inattention to duty or dts
courtesy on the past of employees anj
to make specific criticisms of serle.



and all points In the

North and Northwest.

Exceptionally Low Round-
Trip Rates to all Suiamr

Tours Points.
l.PresideMt. JOHN PFEIFFI, AeulstmJt Nash e. D. H. Hillman, 8. L. Rogers,
K*,V-*.Pre*Iat Od C.aSr. J. W. ANONEWS. em.h.t case. &G P. & T. A. General Agen*,.
Evansvile. Ind. Nashville, Tem
o Ps r. Round Trip
L. Ceoiwgtae FrsMk Reily, F. BFamiser,
Neer, W..& C.sW. VACATION
W.ey. M. K n, 0. Sl I
Beaou Dr. W. 1J. eahe8 "r1 Rates
is tones far sat t3 (24 S.M sad S.M us ye.s. va lmt ound tr u Imr eaeao
In cliandlesaw f t-cfivealmc of lGss" t b pAots east of Pacifi oaspe
Four piee rnt Interest Paid on Time Deposots. I and e 1othew th se a stoSep,
,I prvIleges, good returflfg to Octoba.
___31st, 1906.
&- Im.84l- -. MAI I-MA-L rI .t h. ,lwenad throuOz slrvies d

Meal 4


* There ha' been lots of fua and talk over Bryas's twenty
ent hoo da Jac.trkille, but a glance at the JaecksonvRle papers
ahow it is only the rich people and large consmners of ice I
are buying at low prices. Small cuts of ice, such as the laboj
people boy, are selling tn Jackonville under the "Bryan Agreem
today at one-hal cent per pound; here in Pensacola these s
cuts have been selling at two4tths of one cent per Poumd for
pat 16 month, a difference of Ten Cents per Hundred In fTavo
our people. The workingmen of Penameola can rest assured that
wIl continue to give them ice in mall cute at the same old- p
and, will not, under arny olrcuatances follow Jaeksonvilems le.a
low prices for the classes and high prices for the inASS i
us your orders.


Office and Worki Cor. kyne ad Wright Stx.



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will ffetive Jane 19,110.
ring Between Pnmesla and Big U .
ent" vL. PeOsaMola. L. Big Baio.
ame 6 amL. 9 p.m. 6:20 10:00 P
the 7 a.m. 10 p.m. 7:30 *11:Mipa
r of 8 a.m. 11 p..* 8:30
we 9 aM. 9:30
rice 10 A. 10:30
Sor 11 L.m. 1:a30
lea4 12 moon 12:30 pa
1 p.m. 1:30
2 pm. 2:40
3 p.m. 3:3
3:30 p.m. 4:00
4 p.m. 4:30
4:20 p.m. 5:00
I 6:O0 p.. 5:

- 6:0 p.m. 7:0
I 7:00 p.m. 7:30
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Phone 225




of today is exemplified
in the Qualities of the
Headache Remedy.

Quick, Certain, Agree-
able and Harmless.
Fer Sale by
White's Pharmacy
Manufactured by
Mobile, Ala.
btooma are maintained mort~ges
Sproteted, debts secured, undevelpoed
Saterprias guarded, business reader
ed sape, investments given permanent
Svalu, and capital preserved. A policy
Sit T= SQUWRTABLB does all this.
' d- m-ow- provides for the family af-
ter your death. Send us your name,
age and address.,
KNOWLES BROS., Insuranoe

SBig Sacrifice
., *
gale of all clothing in stock. Suits
Valued at from $18.-0 to $26.00 to go
M ftiea $7.76 to $16.76.

A "None Rserd"
S I would rather loe.s- little money on
O em in pouerenoe to carrying them
.Over. Cali and be oonrvinced.

212 4. Palafox St.O
Phone 727.

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we met on, the street yes-
terday, was no doubt as
miserable as he looked
S He had on too heavy a
S-ut This bot weather
want stand .or nevy
CeolMa. And no use to
be miserable, aayiow, on
account of hot weather
because there's only a
very few dollars between
you and a thin. oomort-
able Butt that fits you a-
as well as this kind of
weather. We have alH
the articles of dress for

205-207 & PALAFOX

e sbom m a so Takes nto Peesv
Except for sop stock, meat should
be cooked in a way to. preserve its
juies. In the first few minutes of
boiling it should be subjected to a
temperature higher than boiling point,
So that a crust will form and keep in
the juices. Then the temperature
should be lowered and the meat merely
simmered till done.
In roasting and broiling the same
principle s followed. The meat l .put
dieetly Into a extremely hot oven or
over the flames and allowed to become
seared over the surface, after which
the temperature is lowered.
For sou stock meat should be put
into cold stock or water and gradually
brought to the boiling point in order
that the Juices may flo8 from it, add-
ing strength to the s
When roasting beef bme housewives
to give it flavor rab he surface with
an onion or please an onion on top of It.
A certain housewife who prepares
delicious roasts says that she never
bastes her meat with water, but uses
the drippings instead.

It SheouldM Uie as Lttle urmtreat
In It as Pfidble.
Decorations and hangings for a bed.
room should be. of the,. daintiest mate-
rial both in color and design.
Printed dli 1ty is quite the prettiest
and most inexpensive to use n fur-
nishing a sleeping apartment. Cur
tains, bedspreal. dresser covers and
chalr cushions niy be made of It,
though fto.the latter ehlntz in the same
design is heavier and more desirable.
In the properly appointed modern bed.
room as little furliture as possible is
used. This insures proper sanitary con-
ditions, for the less there is to collect
dust the better.
The door should be either plain var-
nshed wood, with a few rugs on It, or
a denim carpettacked close to the wal
The bed Is best of iron or brass, as
It is les apt to collect dust or dirt. A
pretty cover can be made for It of dim-
Ity. with ruffles at the edge, hanging
well over the sides, bgt clearing the
floor by several inches.

Don't walk to excess. A short walk'
will be beneficial, but long walks are
flesh reducing.
Don't strive for long wasted effects.
The longer you make yourself look the
thinner you will appear.
Don't wesr black. .Black has a tend-.
eney to make any one look slender.
Light clothes are te most becoming.
Don't stMy up late at' night. Get at
least nine houre'.good a4sp. A woman
needs more s1p than a man, and
nothing beeps her in good condition
like lots eof eep.
Don't wet stripes. Checks, plaids
and horitsotal effects are better for
thin women.' They abopld qtrive fo,
becoming, deaelvNi e ts if they.
study art in dressing at all.
Don't torgt that a well rounded ig-
ure makesyeu look yHunger and Is
considered a mark of beauty. Starchy.
foods, massage, hiederate exercise, rest
and aslep should prod ee t.

"0 1 two Tmovole*
Ia bygeam timss It eme o pas
A taUl rats aM a war ha
As ftlow trav A by aide
Were joi*aem cmevtry wide.
'T's ass~a~nifr to smle

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National Lqaus.
1ttr'm g 4; BDostea .
No other snmes played.

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Clua Amtme as, en.
pa to Gulf 'VmawsiCo.

ly For That Tr To

The Moulains?

standard Is the PMbst exclusive pro
cess, and the recognized superior of T*he NMews o Pete ref.
all beers, in cleanness, purity, food What's the news from Peterhof-from
value and refreshing, satisfying taste quiet little Peterhof,
s (abst Bue Ribu Beer. From peaceful little Peterhof, where
It may be true that brewers W ihat s the obl guard about A?
cbMapen the cost of p iou an what's the lghting hard about?
thereby lower the qUltof et4 And what's the Moody yard about?
product, by use of interior M igre. And what's the row besides?
Theee ingredients awe the choieest
is brewed from the p rest. bet Dona, eh? D.'e m.n to y b's
dents that mony can bity or produce. Imocked It nm the head?
the ingredients whieh are essential lament r fled9
to the product'oa qt the bet.: beer Nicholas. proud Nicholas, what dreams
Thsee ingredlentd are the tho'cest are la your bead?
imported hops, pure wa6er ar s Pbst rom Peter fro
exclusive elghtdy malt, grown fo. restful little Petqrhof.
the finest selected barley by the, From sweet, Edenk Peterhof. where
Pabst exclusive Method of low Nicholas retirest '
growth. What's the din and roar about? And
Malt grown by the rushed -fouday what's the bolted door about?
method, the usual method In brew And what's the running gore about?
series. Is Inferior malt because a the And what are all the fires?
unnatural development of the barlevr ,okitn, h? Dye mana to say he's can-
its vital food elecente air thrown off eled all hre sid?
and lot. "Phbr*." as eminent Joshing. eh? D'ye mean to say It wae |
eMletlst has said, "oiit all the on the dead?
nourishment of tha rain i it& a wrn Nicholas. weak Nicholas. what toll's t

2641, Tam





How about your stock of colors,
cuffs, ties, shirts, socks. underwear etc?
Got 'em all right? Better look over
what you have and replenish your sup-
ply. You'll need'a generous supply for
a trip like that. Our ties at 25 and 50
cents are beauties; collars two lor 25
cents; underwear 25, 50 cents and a
dollar a garment; shirts at 75 cents to
$2.50.-they're all here just waiting to
be wrapped up and delivered to your

-ia, Ausi ss, Cosulid, 2M1, for
Southernm Leas. Iasies, Venloe and Trieste, w.
Atlanta 0; aMn.ha am 800,00 s ft asna tibet, 19W,00 S f*
Montomery 2; Novhloe .L lumber, 1,06 tons phosphate rock
LUttle Rock 4; Memphis 1, ftr 1,i 1 toas hosephate rock, 100 bbb
&ame. ttonseed oil; 2.000 ft hewn timer
Utse Rok *; Memphlo Ss. *on d,460 bbis roesin.
arm, called in the seventh by 'sreer
Shreveport 4; New Orleans 3, VESL84L IN PORT.
twelve Innings. teanshlps.
Arona, Br ech, Spurr, 533, en008
South Atlantie Las. to J. A. Merritt Co.
Jacksouville 1; Macon 1 ine in- Cnta, Br as, MGra, 19s, RIo
nihgs. Janeiro to the-W. S. Keyser. C0o..
Savannah 1; Charlesto 0. ..Devonshre, Br 4s, Coll, 2432, New
Coluhnia 4; Augusta 1 Orleans to J. A. Merritt & Co.
-umtlia, Aust -as 2321, Consllcb
Philadelphia to Gulf Tmansit0 Co. -
PINE TREE ON abeth, s. Xler. 1287
Rwakopmund to the W. S, Keyser Co
Haslewood, Br as,. Randall, .2791
,., Rio Janeiro to th .W. S. Keyser Oo
PLACED THERE TO SI1NFY NO Mona, Nor bk, .Pedersen, 1028 to
ACCIOENT HAVE SO FAR Muscian, Br s, Woolender, 3047,
occuRRI Belize to A. A. Brown & Co.
OCUWED. ~Nith, tDrsst.Ihwds, 1488, New-
port News to H. Baars & Co.
Phylls, Br sa.. Fountain, 1579, New
Hundreds passing along Palaox Orleans to Rix .M. Robinson.
street yesterday noticed 4 pine tree Saturnina fpan s, Ondarsa, 1786,
on top of the seven-ty Biount LUverpool to Gulf Transit Co.
building, attached to whi'h was an Ship.
empty 'keg and a *ptece~ o-of caarass
and quite a number of those who Avanti Nor ship, Anderson, 1648
noticed the tree high up- in the air landon to order.
wondered at it and asked questions 'orrelsa, Port ship, Barros, 506, Lis-
as to why it had been placed there. bei to matter.
The tree is a signal of the work- LeoT Ital ship, Tameara, 11ft, Lon-
men to notify all that no accidents don to order.
have occurred during the construction Barki.
of the building. and that the work has
so far progressed smoothly and with- Alhild, Swed bk, Sensen, 1332,
cut incident The workmen secured Durbea to master.
the tree and decided to place it upon Andre Nor bk, Quale, 114, Durban
the roof to n t y all of the satis- to master. r
factory work that had beep done. Launbrgr, Johson, 1215,
Hamburg to McJrende Oerting & Co.
Noach VI, Swed bk, Buotfeldt, 1260,
h Tien W m4ew*.__ Port Natal-to order.
Do you ever brush your eyebrows? Paolina Itak bk, Siccardl, 1198
fou look after your bstr and haads Ge3oa to master.
with relglous 'care. But perhaps It ,taut. Nor bk, Thorsen, 1170, Mon-
never occurs to. yo that your eyebrows tevideo to Souttern States Lumber
might be Improved by a little atten- Co.
ton. Buy a ft little eyebrow brush, Superb, Nor bk, Ulichl 1934, Ant-
made especially for this purpose and werp to A. ZeHus & Co.
night and morning brash the trows in Schoeones.
the way they should go. If they aren't 16Donn ChriBeina Am oh, MLeod
going t the right way tben trala them to. l5, Be e to master.
Suppose they are too thin. Thet keep
handy a little sweet almond oil and Why Fret and Worry
before brushing put a few drops of when your child has a severe cold.
this 0 the fAe tip and gently tb, You nee4 not fear pneumonia or other
it into the eyebrow. If the lashes wre pulmonary diseases: i supplied
short and scanty do the same ting to with Ballard's Horeh6na l Syrup--a
them. Treatment of this sort ought to positive cure for Colds, Coughs,
make a noticeable difference in a few Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Mrs.
months. A very simple toncle for the Hall, of Sioux Falls, S. D., writes:
eyebrows is composed of red vaseline "I have used your wonderful Ballard's
and boric add, five grains of the for. Horehound Syrup on my children for
mer to five of the latter. Make into a fAve years. Its results hlve been won-
smooth page and apply at night. derful." Sold by all drUggists.

*2w e Got Vats. '
"Wen, I suppose a man must have HUGE POSTAL CARD.
his trials in this world "
"And you have yours, I suppose." e6 .o Armour peta. apartment
"Certanly'. Didn't you know-I was eceives 4eeur 2S6*euwjr.
married?"-Chicago Post Mr. and Mrs. John Fo wyth. who re-
cently arrived at New York on the
An aw"etrto t" Teutonie, received the largest postal
"What is your idea o a 'su set? card ever sent through the mails, says
"There are different tnd t s of art the New York Globe.
sets,'" answered Miss Cayene. ome "Unce" Foryth is the head of the
of them are merely bad company in Armour postal department, and hbe and
good clothes" hiswife went bred three months ago
5r b wo on his first vacation In twenty years.
"That Mrs. Beaks doesn't know her The postal measured 2 by 8 feet, was
own mind. e of heavy cardboard and was sent by
Mr. Forsyth's. fellow employees, who
"Perhaps not, but she knows e epy.ioyee, who
tbly elee's."-Harper's Weekly. paid $ 1.04 to put It In the mail.
iOn ese side was a small picture of a
boat, with "Aunt" and "Uncle" stand-
itg In the bow. Below was the ad-
dress. On the other side was printed
W hat the Best "Welcome home," the entire side being
S Beer Is Made Of MrForsyth will ave it fnramed

PIgOCEa OF 4LEAJ NQ AMI$ CAN The dispatch that tolls us that Lon.
BRCWERWEY 18 THE 8TAH. don society men will wear blue even-
AIW) OF EXCE4TLEMCK. lug coats this mesaon goes on to say.
m OF EXCE MC. "Trousen or knee breeches will be
In the brewing of beer, as in the optionaL" It seems, says the Boston
manutfture of other ther Globe, as If one or the othbr were ea-
is a standard of excellence. Thli sential.



to increase the comfort and pleasure of his wife? At any
Sate there's nothing in reason that a man ought not to be
willing to do for her comfort For a few dollars-thirten
of them-he can make her housework a positive pleasure
In addition to which he will likely save a little money on
his fuel bill. The way? Let us install a gas range in your Z
kitchen. It will do the work all right.

.Pensacola Gas Company I
S0I% 142.. 24 27 E. -r. S im..

need have no terrors for you
if you send your washing to
WASH Y e New N-M-.e
PHOlE 11M C. W. LAWRENCE, Prop. MN oethed Lartdury iW. UGMA ST.


(c Bottles


Look for the Trade Mark on -Cap and Label.

Bottled only by

Hygela Bottling Works,

124 L Che Cs.tret.

Phone MD7.

Fafes, The Victor Safe, I
ire. and Burglar Proof 5

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Seventh Annual Session Begins Sept.
17, 1906.
This school limits the number of
pupils received to such as can be
taught thoroughly.
It prepares for entrance to our lead.
ing unlveysOies and technical schools
and for intelligent, useful citizenship.
The throughness of ts instruction
is best attested by the records of its
students who have entered our lead-
ing universities. In every instance
where they have entered for colle-
giate work they have been admitted
to the sophomore class.
Instructors trained in our leading
educational institutions. Laboratories
of science for student experiment
work. One of the beat equipped school
gymnasiums in the south.
For 'catalogue and further infoma.
tion address.
909 N. Spring St.
The city board of equalization is
now in session from 10 a. m. to 1 p.
m. daily at Tax Assessor Reilly's of-
lice, Thiesen building. Persons hav-
ing complaints regarding assessments
can call between those hours during
the month of August and their qom.
plaints will be heard.
4aug2w Board of Equalization.
Read the new advertisement of The'
Crystal Pbirmacy in this issue.

T'. IrM Of Ne"wSdua-aA.
Newfoundland Is famous for Its
heavy fogs, which, under certain con-
ditions, drift out to sea and make navi-
gation dangerous. It may be that you
do not know why the fogs are so heavy
there. They are caused by the min-
gling of the Arctic current, with its
eIe fields and icebergs, with the warm
waters of the gulf stream. This pro-
duces great masses of vapor, which.
when westerly winds prevail, is car-
ried out to sea, but when the wind is
from the south or the southeast the
fog is carried in on the island, cover-
Ing the bays and the headlands.



It is not hard to find the
reaon for .the amount of busti


is perfected in American Qu.eei Beer. We have im.
ported the masterly methods of ,tte best old. world
brewers, and installed every modern American in-
vention for perfecting these methods, and offer you


as an exanmle of the highest high-rade beer. The a-
te"ri a used are carefully h0o.n from the markets
, choicest Our brewers are fnished -workmen um their de-
partments; we take extreme precautions for eleanline
and urity aging the beerfor months and sterilizeevery
bottle, so that there is no ble excellence of inhei-
est quality, brewing, or fiaperfection which is
no attained American Queen Beer.
m .de a lMbs, ha mi anad Mem. mpIta It wm. ham
.mamWkae sa wa ow amasmsaM PMLarr t.
S Acme Brewing Co.

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'-i-; ,,., Galloped a Hundred :Miles In : Experience! of Gliddcn Tourists Our Soda Water Service 'j

:7 "HtYtDf tak.noe r wnn4.rfvl "CawMvU"for .
Less Than Ten-Hour5 In It. Wres mooUii awl Vnior entirely c r4 of* :
\ il 1 S Climbing MUrrh dueao"Caseares.and djip.U'tOrtbeirwosde-fsI a think a word of u.ttIoe.prate Is is Excellent. .

I \, .4 I I 'T?l'ke" acme*..! nab" -sailed rtm-dle I I
: I tat without svaU tad 1 Ind thaI Cuc:.r U relieve i
.,.\. .. ONLY THREE STOPS more!;'Is a day Warn all tha Mhor I At?. take
v.- ;' : ..' ,.. ::1:1i MULES'PULLED: UP SOME: or THEM I II would Jamei la UcGaoa a year log Mercer 8k,Jersey City K.J. We have a modern fountain; it is brand new '

i ; and absolutely spotless. We have nothing .
Harry K. ViaSat Won I The most improved method to free a hou.t I BeatFor'
'&: : f 1,000 Wager : of large or small row'he*M to use the contcntaotabozofl'etermanaEoach.1oo5" ht the AatomobtliaU Were Charred I. but the best syrups and soda. We have new ..

at BelmoBt Park la Half the Time at 111 'ia Hitch-So Farmer Srhlffrr. I ;b
He !! i time. tbs keit on joints so some of it : electric fans to keep you cool and, you '
:! 0 Said He Could-:Rede SU Ponies I poielrite and remain to keep the premis t i iI I .decker of the Mohawk Valley p
r- sand Barrlj- Escaped Lightning I continuously ftea. ouches eat it aa tood; could not spend a better, pleasanter moment ,
I it is the most destructive remeJy on this earth I Owner' of the. Jlcr, Doe Net Care .
Bolt ,Shattering. Pole a. lie Paued.To 1 to them and it will not scatter them to other Very .Slack, new This Tear Crop '" 'cAntIRT anywhere else.HANNAH -
I p aces to live and multiply 'I I
decide a wager of $1,000 made BEDBUGSFetcrman Discovery",.(Iqmck I Come Out. : : .I
silva.Bodbugs take it ,
I up : fc
with Edward L Norton, a broker. theairvuiationwhen: go Of the difficulflrs! that beset BROS. DRUGGISTS j
aar. do you feel "right one Harry K. Vingx.t of the New York liver wher iUs brushed many ,
this morning? ligntly. It's invaluable the members of the hidden automobile Pleasant,Paistable.Potent Tt,Good,Do flood, i
ge Ractet and Tennis club a horse own- brusheS on beds wbn tour recently ended at Bretton 'I sever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe lOe ne,35,.Never New Brent-Building. 17 South Palafox St. L
rode 100 ,fin ,and on back of pic- old in bulk The g.cuine t l.a&mpe4 C C Co
er miles
perhaps it isn't coffee on horseback in 9 : : r n ,& Woods, X. II. that which hurt the 1 i Qturanteed' to care..r your money back. I

perhaps It Isn't last night park hours the and other 9 minutes afternoon at says Belmont the wilt,and are not nat bedding root poisonous<<
New York Herald. .
it isnt the Under the terms the New York Times.' =
perhaps liver. "Peterman'g
Discovery"! (liquid)-In flexible
of the bet he had
twenty-tour hours In handy cans for cracks walls: \ mattrexsvs Ac. The hill was so steep that all ma-
(It may simply be the wron- which to complete the Journey. Vin- Odorless"' nonexplosirePftennan'g chines which did not hare their gaso- I J. F. DAVIS JEWELERNow
tli'Eg for your kind of sur used six Ant Food"strnng: powder Co.
( I gut ponies mostly quarter and to kill auddrive away ants a so water beetles line tanks full to the brim could not Marine Grocery ,
See 1 half breeds and galloped his mountsall or bltek one night ,
climb if at all. The power, giving stuff p.
"Pcterman's lat.moo-4e for
of the Food. ready use 604, 605 S. Palafox St.
Have you tried wearing: the way.: The performance of Do'return.makes rata or mice wild;they will leave and hugged the end of the tank which was Phone 725. New Brent Buildlpg 23 6. Pelafox StWHHMHHHf4HHHH ;:
young man Is considered by horsemen
? We lowest at the
f.'hlc'Clothing can rec Take and the igniter high end
no other as time may be eren more important
czz'-iid; : it to ;you, will make as a demonstration of much en- than money. was without anything to Ignite. some V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We .: t '

on fell! like a new person, and durance. Originated Wm Pefrman.m loTA Perfected'n Mf?.Chemist: 1333, by machines got halfway up and others carry a full line of Imported and ***'l-HHM'I.HH H i .-

ton: reSt jou much now. Members of several New York clubs, 51.16.:VJ West lath 8t., New York City. three-quarters of the distance. There Domestic Groceries and Provisions. .'
themselves with money wagered on the Sold London.Eag, )Jontreal, P.Q. they stopped, the chugs 1 becoming We want your patronage. I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, : ;
by all drnepists! in Pen'acola and : .1
feat were not only treated to the spec- throughout the United States,also by weaker and weaker. Then there wasa Fresh stock of Eastern Mackeral | CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I : } :
I Hoot n'. Phariracy, jsst received. 3 for 25 cents.
of a man giving his best effortsto around and return
}l.LBrys-. &Co.. turning a to the I I
win a .bet but were witnesses of a W.A.D AlemJtrte, bottom by the plain old, gravity meth- ':

t storm which came near turning the W.Har A.! .'*Pharmacy.erett, od. This condition continued from a could. They had done it before, he ; ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, 1 i" :i'

contest into a tragedy. U H.White &Co. little after sunup until mldafternoon. said. He was asked to try It imme- I '

Vmgut was riding past the three- It was serious. The other roads that diately. Mr. Schlfferdecker ambledOff CUT GLASSWARE. i rI.

quarter pole, galloping freely on a fresh might hare been taken .at the east- -- to-- the-- hum--.- _find__ rirnnrhr_.._.. .. nnt_ .. n._.._v i jl' ,
i horse, when a bolt of lightning struck i the first quarter of the century. Vingut I II' ward were too far either north or lusty mules hitched to a crosatree I. 2 <<

the pole and shattered It. .He.was only changed his mounts frequently. If hen i south to attempt to travel them then. with two huge hooks in It. He also Engraving and Fine Stationery. i1 t: :

I I' ten feet away. He clapped his kneesto I'i' as tired when he had: ridden twenty- Conferences were held at ihe foot of had a rope. The contrivance had beyond i 1 t i

the sides of the plunging horse. i, five and a half miles he did not look ill the hill and every few feet up to the a doubt been' fixed up' for Just

caught him before the animal could fie said that he ,,"as'going, to eat a i highest point attainable. What to do such an emergency. i t t. 'm

start into a run. wiped his hand across cow, he felt so hungry and the manner i none knew. Suggestions; were a drug. "You are sure you want me to do 1 Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. $ j.

his face as though dazed and then con- in which he made a steak, chops and Everybody was angry. At last a ma- this work?" he Inquired. {

tinued to the point where his anxious eggs disappear indicated his hearty ap chine was commissioned to return to He was assured that there was no i

White Barber Shop friends were' waiting for him. He petite. He had stopped at 0.50: o'clock the nearest village and buy up every doubt of it and then he delayed Just J ; I
E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
swept by them with a wave ofhis band and when he concluded breakfast decided pint of gasoline in the place. This was enough more to exact $7 for every :

Tin wbne! barbers, formerly of 36 to indicate that he was unharmed and that he needed a shave.: This productive of enough fuel to send one machIne"he was to haul up. There MOBILE ALA. :{.I : I .t1' I I
Fa'afax! St are now located at No. } J JJ.f.
S then passed around the curve. operation he performed, quickly and 1 of the most powerful cars to the top. were remarks that it was robbery anda "
( E. Government St.. next to Western "'l-H-HH.J. a"Hj.H," DJ."" : tf] 1 i'! .m J
: Mr.'Norton, who watched'after Yin- then stood around to talk to his "I wondered when you'd git here. I holdup and a piratical performance. .
'union employed.DR. ;
Only men -
Ut'on.: -- \ i
gut at the conclusion of the feat declared friends.It smelled you ever since morninY* but ao one wanted to get the old man r IfIf

: was S:10 o'clock when Tingut was drawled a native from a place on the In a c contrary mood, so these remarks I FIGURES IN GIRL'S EYE.

LOUIS DE M. BLOCKER "1 lost $1,000, but I am mighty glad again in the saddle. He covered forty fence near the summit. were made when be was not near To the Public }

PENSACOLA, FLA. Vingut beat me It was a game strug ,: three and one-half miles before he took The tourists looked and became several The Bchlfferdecker mules tolled up The XaneraU =.4 Plainly Marked il I !
Unite Brent Bldg Resident: 12 W. CadsdenPh another rest, at 12.35 o'clock when he when Seblfferdecker ea tae 00__.
: gle. I am as tickled over the result as degrees hotter the man add- hill at $7 a ton until
ite438 Phone 679 though he had paid me the money. had luncheon, and he was hungry ed: the ta,.k was done. Now Mr. Schiffer- The Petit ParlsIen. publishes soberly
Vingut entered the saddle at 4:42: again. "I been lafSn' here all day to see you decker doesn't care much whether the the details of a remarkable story of a

COTTRELL, o'clock in the morning.. His timers Vlngnt figured on three hours to fellers try ter git up my hill. I flggered potato crop is good bad or Indifferent child one of whose eyes Is distinctly Free !

FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS. were Edward L. Norton, E. A. Thompson cover the thirty-one miles remaining you couldn't do leastways, not marked with three nwaerals ant a d ;

Pansacola. Fla. and L. E. Larocque. Others who and he did It In less than ,that lie many of you. Why neighbors thet Beware' ef 3Iot,r Satae!" punctuation point, says a special Paris .

witnessed the feat were August Belmont started on his last ride at 2:45 o'clock hill has stood here ftr a thonsan' years "When you choose your driver make cable dispatch to the New York Sun. .I, ft. ,_ :

Philip Brown, W. G. Street E. I in a heavy storm and over a sloppy and more. I've lived right here In this sure he Isn't afflicted with 'chauffeur's The strange tale comes from Pwnte du To those who' have contracted the r 1' 4'iR I t

Something New In Livingston Jr.; E. La Montague and track. His clothing was wet through house all my life, and I've seen more spine,' Mys a woman antomobill recently habit of taking one or some of the It t' i.
Diamond Necklaces, 1 fangs, Chins, Etc. Mr. Gorman, the superintendent of the when he fiai&hed at 5.21: o'clock. completing .I people lose their tempera aver that bill returned to New York from Fialsterre, where is the half forgotten dangerous advertised remedies thi( fJ?' r"

W. A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Palafox! Si track 13 hours and 39 Minute from I than I cud ever count. My father seen London, where that' disease of mixed Islet of Tudy, which is named In honor communication l is particularly address ;' $

One of the ponies covered thirty the time the start was made includingthe 1 the same thing all his life, and hU name Is prevalent- say the New York of the saint who is venerated throughout tt:j ::. :a aIf 'II'IId.

miles! at Intervals. Mr. Vingut rode rests. Vingut lost fourteen pounds. : father afore him. and: I don't knoW'bow Press. The fact is a man with motordriver's Bretagne. you take some of the various so t!; l'
TURTON & BELL. spine Is worse than with On the islet live the family of a fish- called tonics, dyspepsia remedies :' f.s
o' folks before that. one '
fot and many my -
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1873 continuously forty-three
one- erman of the name of, Le Ouen, consisting kidney liver or stomach cures, cures 1'i; t 1
Kodak Suppl'e Fmi hmj tor> Amatmn. half miles on one relay. It took the .PeaaaylTanla. Educational Novelty I "We Schlfferdec&ers have seen!' manya average Speed madness. Hh nervous
of the rugged father and mother for Insomnia, if you are in the habit l; h: 4 ri
rider 13 ,hours 29..minutes, from the State Zoologist Surface of'PennsylvanIa -I good horse g e winded tryin to git up. trouble sometimes prevents proper at- of taking daily doses of effervescent: t!
and a daughter, :Marie, four years old. .
R. K. WHITE, time he took his first mount to complete is preparing;: to seed to each coun- Of course, we didn't like to see that tention to brakes. One driver who The parents have bad much sorrow salts for the nerves or cathartics for .:;f ft:

tttchmtker. Manuticlurmg Jeweier. ml Graduate the hundred nlles. He was on ty In the state a collection of snakes I but \ra den't care much about these recently wrecked a car says "motor through the loss of two older children constipation, nostrums advertised to !4: IfI;'Pf. (

" cun.30 S. raiabx Street. Pensacola. Pla.TcrsclyTold the ground three times. While at found In Pennsylvania! with a ,chart automobiles, hocus It. don't hurt 'em. spine" somehow made him so dizzy in raising clear the blood, take away pimp'es! :4 :

breakfast be took time to shave him- showing. the food of the various serpents -I 1 We kinder think It' to see ;you he coujdn't} see. In speed madness and have etercised much care skin clear the skin etc., apparently harm t: :r: 1 iI

self. When he dropped to the ground the.ramifications o( the make I fetters rip and tear and sweat and there Is some chance to slow : Marie. She has a transparent I less but highly dangerous advertised : i},,. <

upon completing the slity-ninth circuit family and the ,.geojrofhical situation I r swear "era you cant art,up"- but with a:"motor spine" It's dOWD.1: and eyes as blue as the sky ,where far headache cures-then we say try us i:. J !
off it stems confluent with the sea. without cent of cost to I "
a you. : i t
of the mile and a half course he of the various species says the. Philadelphia Van Be&sselaer Cruger. who had up and goodby. Still the Marie has been celebrated for sometime 100.000 people die annually In America j'.t t, .
said: Record. The snakes win be navigated the machine up the hill, saidsomething spine" may prove a fine excuse (or an '
for distance of ten leagues from the of dangerous head-
THE JOURNAL'S TELEPfiONEStttoria.l I a use ;
'used for educational so that intended to thefarmer' excuse from a fine) to the fellow who
"I'm glad that last mile is over.Let's purposes Impress daUj'gvingto I : ;
_. _.. 38 around. her home, visitors ache, heart and kidney remedies.
Rooms. the teachers and be able to I has run down a wayfarer who Is disagreeable '
with the seriousness
pupils may of the
see, it's a hundred miles and a the fisherman' thatched but and Bromonia is absolutely harmless and 1 i I'i i
Easjie: s Office .1506 half over. I have done no riding in six recognize the varieties from their appearance situation. enough to objectDRESS looking OB her as a veritable phenom more effective as a cure for the above ;. s '.!

To communicate with The Journal years. Figure to yourself the mood I and know whether they are "WhY. what's the troubler said enon. complaints than anything known to i, tK ,.

(aimg the day time use the business! am going to be in when I come out of poisonous or not .., Squire SchifferderckeK," "You seem to HINTS.A Graven on the corner of her left eye Medical Practitioners. Not a patent I 5 'i:
[See phone, No. 1500. To oomnvuniue be nostrum. ; I tJ.:
bed t>morrow gettln excited horizontal line
nta The Journal at night use morning. below the pupil In a Cut out at the bottom of this ,
\ingut was dined by Mr. Morton SERVING AT DINNER. "You'd be excited if you had been piece of soft flannel Is better thana are clearly coupon I:
the figures 22,4. They ,
the!: ed.tonal phone, No. 38. I are article-send it to us. You will receive q
I and his friends at the Racket and at table is at the trying all day to get up this hill" suggested brush for removing dust from silk. visible, as is also the well formed com- a package free of cost. Be sure r., J- ; !

E. L Gbbs! of Washington, is in Tennis club at night He had had a Everything seated passed and ')Ir. Cruger. Cut steel buttons may be polished ma. The other eye is unmarked. Doctors to write name and address plainly. "
left baud the not
hazel and appeared as fresh as any of at the right tiand. adornment about bIB throat and chin moistened and applied with a soft chlld. can show that Bromonia is not absolutely I : t I 1))

C. W Soule, of Meridian, Miss, is the four men who returned with him A servant should not( ask a guest to such as John A. Dix once wore, dug brush or cloth.A The Petit Parislen :asked Dr. Guevalof safe to take. Formula furnished r' ;

:wng the business visitors in the from the park in an automobile. have a eece&d pertion of any dish, but his bands Into it In surprise. ,He was new silk petticoat can be made to Pont 1'Abbe to examine her to determine to any physician. Hospitals and .I t .. I \' ;

ctjLW ty.l There was plenty of light In the sky should bring ft at once If asked.t&blelpoon asked If be could suggest a solution. last twice its usual length of time If the cause of the abnormality. doctors supplied in bulk free of charge. : Iii": i '1\

Crow, of Mar anna, the owner when Vingut and the timers stepped A and a large fork shouldbe "Well, I might help you wit," said an underrunle of sateen be made and I He declined to give a formal opinion ; j

of the race horse "Steepj Sam" is from the clubhouse and went out on placed by a servant in the entree Mr. Scbtfferdecker slowly. placed on the inside'of the silk flounce but suggested three xpl.&nations-that FREE BROMOXIA COUPON. : f ;

the city for a few days. the track. Vingut wore riding breeches dishes previous to handling them. "How? Tell ua quick. It'll soon be at the edge.Remember. It was hereditary through nerve dls ::4 1 :

CQie Danle, of Jacksonville repre- and a flannel shirt. HU head was Vegetables should be handed b7 a night, and we want to get away from eaaed ancestors which neurologistsmust Name. .. ... .. ...... .............., J; ., ,
in bodice
bttg the NaaartPe OhaUnooga &; bared. A half dozen ponIes. some of servant a second-U at a family din- this country before then." cutting out a determine; that it Is the stigmata jl''i ;:' 't'

&. lx>ol. Railway, is in the city on them saddled were alUng at the ner, but only. once at a dinner party "Well I might put mules to that all the portions which are liable of a vegetable growth or that It is duo
bigness.Tiie j my; to stretch, such as sleeves, yokes and City.. ............ ................, I"
start, Vangut selected one. vaulted unless specially requested. work" replied !dr. Scbifferdecker. to medical tattooing with nitrate of silver .
collars should be cut on a lengthwisefold i
smacks Caviar with 2,300 >nap into the saddle and waited for the When a. large dinner party Is given "Are they any good T he was asked. necessitated by aa affection of the i
of the material, State.. .. .......................... 'l-: :
peTS, tie Pr.scUla: with 1,600, the Min. word. The pony felt a touch of"steel the guests should be helped in the or- "Can they haul us to the top from eye la prly parents declare .. / ...
tie W with loOO. and the Haakinsa and bounded away like the wind. He der In which they are seated, commencing where we get stuck?" A short sleeve or a long sleeve with that the girl never underwent an : i \ .

\ a 500 were the arrivals ;yesterday was fall of run, and Vlagut had to with the lady seated at the Mr._ P hl !!e-dec= sr thought they a fullness above the elbow Is always operation. My disease is..I j : : :. ; '

tor E. E. Saunders & Co.A restrain him for a circuit or two. ."."_"' ...'... _.'I.6.....". h.ft"- more satisfactory when made over a Druggist Je BIzac, who bag closely '! ; ,

bark the name of which could not Thart ""-*'! more or I less monotony la In the family circle the mistress of tight fitting lining, as the lining holds studied the case believes that the figures I t-I i : f
bt the fullness In Its My nearest druggist Is In..... .... ...
:earned went up to quarantine' the house Is served first then the WORKS WONDERS proper place. are formed by Btrtctlons of the eye H t I Ir

Jtterday afternoon too ate to be re- daughters according to their ages, the To make a walking ,skirt the right itself. lie cites in support of this that '-r : Ii '

M'd.: that Ia to clear the not visible when lookingat .. .. ..... ....
master of the house and the eons according length- Just the figures are ... .. .. .. .. :

kThe army steamer Poe, which plies to their ages. A WONDERFUL COMPOUND- ground without appearing too short- the eye straight In front but only : :\ : ''1 J

n the city and Jons will be When a fork or spoon Is asked for it measure the person to be fitted from when looking at a certain angle. Address: I t5 -1' :; !
Le .a dock at the navy yard this should not be handed on a waiter but CURES PILES, ECZEMA, SKIN the waist line to the ground and then The child is coming to Paris for examiaatloa. .J

toruicg for a general overhauling' placed on the right; or left hand as re ITCHING, SKIN ERUPTIONS deduct an inch and a'half.Chafiac Her tight does not suffer Bromonia
'if tug Florence WUherbee is mak- quired. When a tumbler or other dish from her peculiarity. The Petit Pari- Company t : 1

*l; lie runs of th- Poe while she 'i:. Is asked for it is handed on a email CUTS AND BRUISES. Dish ' den records aa a coincidence, which it ,.. i .

tn4ef1\lng repairs. waiter. Useful utensils for the chafing dish declares Is worth noting, that a fishing '
683 Broadway, New York : : 1
Tickets for the I* & N.'s., summer are a wooden spoon and a measuringcup boat at the neighboring port of Douar- '
Arsons! which commence on Ann Row" to Stain Floor Doan's Ointment is the best skin of glass marked into halves, quar- nenez carries the number 22,4. Special sae now being held by HANNAH f f. l ;

are now on sale and those Here Is a good recipe for staining treatment and the cheapest because ters and thirds. A glass mug Is more oIlcloth. BROS.. WIIOLESALE'DrSTftlitS! ; ,

)templa.ttng a trip are requested tG floors and also for staining around the so little is required .to cure. It cures pf an ornament than a tin one. A to lose Its CTERS. ,.5 S
chaee of It cures When oilcloth: begins ;
tckets as early as posslbl First the floor piles after years torture. ; ;
to carpet In a bedroom: get metal tray. too. Is Important-one thatIs ,
a.oid confusion at the last mo cracks all skin! itching. It cures skin erupf shiny surface It can be Improved'
t perfectly clean. If there are It heals cuts, bruises, scratches large enough to bold not only the and made to last much -" = :
ons appearance ::::iT i
them, then mix linseed i"
boards fill
between chafing dish but the salt PP-
spoons ;
and abrasions without leaving; a scar longer by being varnished with glue. !! ; i
3h: remains of the six months old .il!! and barnt umber together, a The I
LI of It cures permanently. Pensacola testimony per, etc.. used for seasoning. tray Wash the oilcloth] thoroughly and let ,5' !
i and Mrs. F. U. Atiejce tablespoonful ta a pint of linseed oil proves itH. will prevent any danger of burning it dry. At night when the traffic of the OUR .!. j ;
11ee{ < at rest yesterday at the STYLE NOTESIt's Stir it thoroughly. If yon wish It E. Powell! machinist by trade from the beat of the lamp or from It with of
e Grove day is done go over a piece
A dIed cemeteiy. The }iLtI- darker. pnfln more umber: If lighter, residing on West Cervantes et, says: alcohol that may be spilled. Glass and in water. Choosea ;
; at Brewton, where it had oil. Pat It on the floor witha "I sufferer from Itching piles flannel dipped glue I { i I
'was '
11 taken use more a porcelain jars to numerous sizes and ICE CREAM
by its mother, .and the a noteworthy fact that our clean paInt brithRub ,It evenly for more than seven years and nice! dry day for this. and then the"
' 1ras brut here Monday nightho models always harmonize with : with tight covers are'verr useful for pine will be quite bard by morning
) After few flays when dry. put,oa r. N>thing I could get seemed to help
i{ .Athey, is ch E'f clerk at the fashion's latest dictates. a I suffered both day and night the chafing dish closet Very good and the oUctoth will look like new. r : : +
a little of the! stall. me. AND SODA i
second coat Try
,the'chants: ite and his wife, havermpathy I Both coats and overcoats havea tkst' to the color and it was Imposs:ble for me to get toast may be made over the chafing The glue water must be prepared some ., :
:.euds of a large circle r* tendency to 4>e ,shorter and on'a: ptececf wood get: to sleep a night on account of the dish. For this purpose a little wire time before it Is needed by putting a j ;j
!I hi their bereavement form trace garments will be you wish.! When,it gets soiled or dusty: covered with an asbestus matis .t
bonn terrible suffering. When I read about toaster small quantity of glue in a pint or !oof ARE SERVED IN A ;:'i f
even more popular than before. mop It off wrtb'a little warm Doan's Ointment I thought I would made either with or without a han wat r .nd !letting It stand on theThere's
:he most Trousers will again be full at water which will clean it nicely aa<- a box at Sidney the MOST APPETIZING .i; f II
fastIdious are delighted try it. and procured dIe. The toaster is placed on frame ,.tC' ,a .t .1" "
;h Blue lbbon Lemon and Vanilla hlptapering' gracefully to a not hurt tie stain. Yon .can retoucl l Kabn's drug store corner of Romana directly! over tile flame. MANNER. : .,

.. Takes less; flavors per- medium bottom.It it now and then If it needs it'Thh and Palafcx stress It cured ma HUNDREDS OF ,; M r t 'I'
Isn't a bit.too early.for you finish resembles a hnrdvoad: onr. completely. I cannot praise It highly I
order fall and EcxemA i I. I
to garments
your enough, and have recommended it to
will be well worth while For a child who Is afflicted with THEM, AND YOU 1
It your Children Pain wore than a score of friends ,during ,* 'M'ti; ;
Amateur Photographers. to look in on us and see whatIs suffering -the past three months, and I know of eczema you will find nothing more r WILL, TOO. : t "

eielol .prints cannot be made in any In prospect.. never cry from as do hunger.children Such who 'is.are the one friend who used it, for eczema on soothing and harmless than this cosmetic ; I'I'COFFEE.

- Send your work to Kauff. and ae his hands and he has since told nn Jelly which Is Inexpensive and \
of. who
a n and get the best that SUITS cause all baby's cry that it him promptly and 'effec- easily made Seven ounces of
tt can be treated for sickness when they reallyare cured most : ComfortGrapeNuts :1 i
**, Romana ,
and Palafox Stat This Is tively. I unhesitatingly recommend a rosewater nDi' thirty grains of gum ,
suffering 'from hunger. '
TAILORED TO TASTE. caused' from their food not being as- tr'al of Doan's Ointment to anyone tragacanth; let soak overnight strain Hot Biscuits and Rolls ewy 1: ': ;

CREW NOTICE. $20 to $50. mllated but devoured by worms. A suffering from any itching skin d'sease. through fine muslin and add half an I II morning at 5 o'clock. .... s : It !
Neither I feel confident that they will ...
Oe Captain:
own Vermi- half of I
few doses of' White's Cream ounce of alcohol, an ounce 'j i '
*rs not be disappointed in the results obtain .
" nor \ ot
constgnees! the .
Spai I *h steamship GraciaJ. fuge will cause them to' cease cryin; ed.." glycerin and a pinch of boric add. r r ,. J
and begin to thrive at once. Give it This be applied to the entire bodyof .Jt :

Te 1-bti sell"Ontra.cted'will ,be reepoIUribi1e the Cl'eW' of eaAd'OTby a trial Bold by all druggists.Drery .. cents.Fbr sale Fo6tMllburn by all dealers.Co.,HYice Buffalo SO the nay child and when the skin ,is I I Kandy Kitchen Cafe I t : J .

''l New York, sole agents for the Tinted rough or the little face smarting from I i
TCOXZ, medicine adverfsed in this States. the wind it will be found the greatest jjresaxeasonJ Phone 999. 104 S.Palafox 1\\; > j

alf Trast Captain. tart BilMlsg-WMM.B.4*>DaER.|f. paper wIll IM found at The Crystal Remember the name Doan's-and comfort. _________ [ 1 1t J

Co., COilSignee.I" ., Pharmacy"." ,... take n< other :. L. f
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B A B,Y S it Is no.the happiness Joy of the can household co&plete., for without,How .OIL_ :L KING'S, NEW. .FAME! '

sweet the picture or mother and babe! '

Angels smile at .and commend the M
thoughts and aspirations of the mother I John D. Rockefeller's Defenseof r

VOICE bending over the cradle. The ordeal through I Our Girls' Feet. f

.. I which the expectant mother must pass, however -

,is so f nil of'danger and suffering that she .ANT1CO"ARROW mach

looks forward to the hour when she shall feel BSALLEE THAN rBESOHWOMEPSOr. :

the,exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and fear.
should know that the and horror of childbirth Rwceo mm $elatta $RfsIs ; indigestion thaf
Every woman danger, pain -
Big-gar Tells Bow Their Feet CENTS EACH; a FOR aa CENTS
can be-entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific CUICTT. FCABODV A CO. food, itself and give;
DL.tres.ed the MmJtimJlMoiuUre,but ...a a,,.. .... !
liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders pliable all a Preach Couml Geael Bar"M rest.
the and assists nature in that
parts expect
foil WbBt Doe e Here Boner
its sublime work. By its aid Jfeker KMW .( leek Thiagst"John will regain its
thousands of women have MOTHER'SFRIEND
well it is
passed this great crisis in per- D. Rockefeller has put his when

fect"safety and without pain. foot 1n'i.t. or, to be more accurate lie THE DISCOMFORTS the full work that a

Sold at|t.oo per bottle by druggists., Oar book has put the American woman's foot ; do.
all I Into the white light of temporary fame, OF THE FAMILYWASHDAY sick horse
.f priceless value to women sent free. .Address expect a
the New York American. He in-
tdRAdF ELO REGULATOR on., juimntm. Oa says it is compelled to do a
sists that ft: is about the only thing that
gets smaller by comparison; with thingson day of the week.'

the other side.He Are a thing of the past if you must have rest.
................................................... prides himself on his AmericanIsm let us do your ,,-ash. We will to starve your
,and while abroad he studied everything call for your clothes, wash
Insight with a view to comparIng them under the meet sanitary your stomach.

It with the same product In his owlnative conditions and return them Cure is a perfect

WHEN BUYING BEDROOM I land.'Whether fresh and thoroughly cleansed digest all of the food
be began with the foot or Shall we call for your wash
the bat of the French woman In draw of the condition of

FURNITURE\ I ing his comparisons Is not known, but The Star Steam .

that he observed both is quite beyond
discussion, for this is what he baa to '
: say on the subject, or at least what ; Laundry

: you ought just as well buy that which: is good as Dr. H. F. Biggar, who accompaniedhim 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114
well as beautiful> It costs no more than the cheaply on his recent, trip to France, to ] Pensacola. Fla.
constructed, unworthy kind, and will last longer and Compiegne, states that Mr. Rockefeller I Cure)
keeps ulcer too. Then too, there's genuine satisfaction
said regarding my lady's foot: I Iwe
in owning the better quality of anything, especially I
"The classes Mr. Rockefeller
of furniture. We have bedroom Suites as upper Dyspepsia Sour
:Hale others at i found charming," says Dr. Biggar. ,
as $20: $35 $50 f75 and on up.
Chairs at 75c to M,50 Rockers. $1.25 to $20. Theywill "We" were agreed'that the French women "Zey have very much smaller feet Headache Water

make you feel proud of them all right, and are not beautiful, but they have's'vivacity San ze Americaine. Pourqool? Well.because Gas Nausea, Gastritis,
'\ you can BUY NOW, PAY LATER. not found In women here. zey are large as your
+ They know the art of dress the,exact own women. In America everything all troubles arising

I angle of a hat for the most becoming Is larger your harbors your cities and non-assimilation

tilt, the proper) blending of colors in your fruits: your ideas what shall I

everything they wear. :I saY- verythlng, 'Including ze ladles'

+ "But their feet! Oh, dear, their feet slippers It is BO misfortune, not taU Its worst form; vas re

MARSTON & ,QUINA distressed us. Their shoes are too but ze feet must be larger to be pounds. After using two

large and they do not fit If they dressed In proportion to what zey carry comprenei Kodol, I was completely

; 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. their feet as well as they do their vons? my usual weight of 113
heads they would be the most charmIng "But our women zey are petite, zey
women in the world." wear ze small shoe, zey loft za small JOHNSON
NNOrNNtr Tex;
Now American women take that as a foot, and zey dress It In ze charmont ,

; fine piece of gallantry, of loyalty, on I boot WHAT YOU EAT
Mr. Rockefeller's part. It indirectly :. "Mr.Rockefeller la wrong. He knows
states that the American woman bas ; not his own women's foot, niter does THE tnpu a the l W

; +' ELECTRIC SIGNS ARE POPULARdon't a small, well formed toot and a well I be see {real French foot.-ae Parisian I 8WEET. l ac t IIea.

fitted shoe. foot K onaow, ; I say !ir. Rockefellermay
: IWby you try one in front of your place of business -
i "lIe must mean to compare our feet kunr ajxut ae Standard Oil but
: or In your show window We can put it up for he does noVkuow
with those of the Frenchwomen, said about ce standard
you at reasonable cost. t- a woman In discussing the matter the foot-at,least;.of ze French woman."

I BAY ELECTRIC AND'SUPPLYCO. other day, "for what other women can by
John D. Rockefeller draw comparisons Cow Ratoias Hotberleu' Colt.
JOHfi MASSE Y. JACKSON BRANDON. W. T. BIDWELL. with? That means we have pretty, A the James Beeson

r I PHONE 570. 205 S. BAYLEN STREET. well formed feet doesn't JtT she ar farm southwest of Cambridge City : Pharmacy

gued. Ind. barf a Jersey cow which is nursinga
On the other hand, the acting French young'"colt with as much affectionas

consul general at New York, M Lucien If itwereper own,says a Peru (Ind,)

iwEernIifJilz Bonzom,laughed heartily at Mr.Rocke- dispatch. The motbor'of the colt died
feller's opinion of the French woman's and the colt was turned loose In the

foot barn with the cow, which immediatelytook
j' "Ma fat," said he, ""what to begin I it under her care.

\ho1vunv wiz, does Mr. Rockefeller know of ze
American woman's foot Be bas been KaJar wmeba (iou.ater. :
all of his'life only wiz ze :American Cheer, 78,dvrman people; shake UM land !
wits tacutoa shotl
," money, what you ; IT LOADS ITSELF alLtZe American woman's foot we Han the trio un .aled-m. and little Bin
The modern duck Frenchmen perhaps can pass 'aa opin- und GoU s the Platform at our Factory
gun. It loads itself by using its .f"'I
own recoil-thus sparing the shooter'ssboulder. A ion, for In France zose sings ate very .I Oh, grind your 1'2n&i&olarft grandpa, Teddy! while my hundred pounds in

haromerless 5 shot repeater wtth absolutely safe. much more obsalrved. hands I wOffly clap. or over. We have
solid breech. List price. $40,subject to dealer's "Our women-pride themselves uponze For where are now your bear hunts and put on
dkcountVrttt hand, ze foot. When I say our women youG>scold&s> of the lap and are delivering Ice
loN. TorkAUnrnforcwcvJart.Remington. And your submarine, excursions T Drei
I mean te Parlsla'n'Oman, for as low as the lowest.
Arms und zwanztjl Off tog tnapl'
zey stand for ze chic, ze smartness of rm a grandpa! attention and
ILION. N.Y. courteous treat'
315 France. And what does. Mr. Rockefeller -
Agency I Droadwar
"- Hew York Ctty.m know of ze P&rislenne' Drain the Rhine wise goblets; empty all I orders.
tbs cteSca of beer! !
/ "He was ia Complegne, a delightful. I'm a grandpa!
-f.. historic city, to be sure, wiz ze fine Shout the happy tidings to the nations
castles. But ze women! Zey do not far and near Ice Company
I'm a grandpa!
stand for ze French woman any more
Germans pat tbe boma which each
;. zan ze women of-what you say- J01a111U1)ect) ;

llill Squeedunk stand for ze American wo- Barber give' aa extra twist to my mua- and-Manresa StreFts,
man. tacb10 ,

"Perhaps he obsalrved ze peasants Mother arose mother- mother, on my bosom pin Phone 232

.:wiz zeh sabots. I do not know' any rm a grandpa!
r way, not ze: Parlslenne-nevaire! Thomas R. Tbarra in New York Time. .

1 it[: GENERAL I a -T

/ / v SHALL appeal to the consul' all the money In right and get away erythlng by force. That means that can get relief In a short time." I him. -----
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I stormed Gregory. lIe knows that we have something we shall all be killed except per "Send all the natives away," she a massed attack he souls
I A*,ndoza Inclined his like J 5 0,000< In at the mine haps yourself." ordered. "Have them go tonight"Tennant I and after that-Europe.
: head. and he wants'itt" Dorothy Tennant and Dick returned to P<>"-
I shuddered as the meaningof I
"We shall need <
"I hope you said 'no' when heasked the words gasped. othy, who waited inside the wori-: <>
"I, fear that the,senor will stand I penetrated. Mendoza every man we have," he cried. "We I "He seems anxious .--kIn
more In need of' the cervices of a for It? she smUed. "He Is not goingto had made It all too apparent that he can trust them." laughed '
take it:.!s het He cannot afford to loved answer to her mute question
her and It his
: was to '
\ coroner', should\ he delay, he de: be a common thief." unwelcome escape "What Is the use of feeding them guejn we've got Mia going all rl&>>'
clared. "Already the senate la, "He wants"some,. show of right," moved from attentions that- she had when we do not need them?" she He'S stubborn though, It might -,
capital to the mines. i, the.-4elayJn. our transac ... asked. "With them away we can worth ten thousand to get rid
,tion. ?have held them back as beat Dick Elmore had comedown' 'with hold out for three months." him"

t could but now they threaten to send Gregory Tennant to have a hand fn An hour later the men began to "Not a cent," declared Dormr..
troops" I the management of the mine. They leave the pass The gulch was al- Tin managing this campaign."

'"The enate," sneered Gregory. -r 6 I had discovered gold In the mountaintwo most circular! in form and about a "AllrtgU," laughed Tennant!
djCXrt years before and had formed a mile In the southern
"Why youtsuppoae 1 l.fauHcAhat'you diameter. At All thai day and the next <>.
.. and Castillo aka; the s nate?" company In New York to work the extremity there was a pass some 30 wafted tot the expected attack .

''.The senor mlstakei** protestedUejldosaT i deposit by hydraulic process.A feet wide with towering sides. This was late on the following after v '11
> few years more and Gregory and formed the only outlet and it was an that the white flag was waved tin
Dick would be able to sell out to the
3ose easy matter for a single! gatekeeperto ; Houaly over the tr U.
de.&endom. I company and go back home. Dorothy check off the men as ,they went es Tennant
.mU4statjtf wir of Ean Crfctabal. answered It about '/
: > had come down to San Cristobal to ,
made a ptofound obeiaaDee<,aiui wlth- be near them, to share their hardships past.As soon as they were gone the but and a It single Was evident native solider anpear'
that ner
dip5r. ra.ther glad that
t I and cheer:them up. small handful of Americans left wentto
Qrg 7eirartt tae 15cUod to beThwre'wtmWbe Now Mendoza would force them a message. He came ba'"'
to work. Until long after midnight
at rn. a fight I begin all over again. If, Indeed It the forge fires blazed and the clangof "What Is "
and perhape wften+It, WAS. over there were possible to make a fresh start hammer on metal rang out; then' asked Dorothy. *
would b ftaft t rthe of cam toward then
no hand
> after he and his
Yr accomplice had fled the camp was still and save for the "He ,
Dorothy' tilnioieu: and no protector to Europe. wants to know If we want
They had sunk
everything man on duty at the the tired
hither. I R In the mine. workmen slept pass be tae dictator. When Mendoza .'
Ttanant watched the gorgeous For I creed a massed charge op tb' trij''
a moment her
eyes roamed The next :Mendoza and his
noon :I
ataU'ride down tno trail an& then over the dreary landscape while her they would father ha''I
with a d8a tirwd back to tie! office. active brain puzzled the gorgeous staff rode up. Tennant and I ft revolution Instead and they oC'
over situation. his little band waiting for them
HeM Doro&r presently found were I I the presidency to the genera!," .
html_des> atMJog Into space as he Golden Bnlch was not outside the pass. i I "what do you think I Ought
attrac- "You
DORPTHY TOOK COMMAND an have derided? asked Mendoza "
she asked.
putfe4'lUs baC6r for some outlet to tive sight the sides I say.
seamed with gayly.r am sure that two such!
the tttttttfca."Mendosa I I' "I think we bad better tall then
I scars made by the huge jets of water clever the situa I
men will hare seen .
! "
was, here" she asked explained Gregory "so he has had drawn from the lake"400 feet above. tion. I \- ne, anggflted, && the genera]
Tennhni noflffsl. "X know Uftre he Even II gcSc to be too boay getting marrl'to
't I'i senate declare that the mine is : now a huge stream was biting "We have considered the situation I $
,:.' loose traabfe Moot. Prerg," she went state property, and that unless we Into the side wall of the gulch tearing Tennant t nn; San Cristobal."
very closely, said gravely.
;1. on, "bat Jnsrw&tt*. it? I know it's I IlCIplethJng pAy $50.000 the mine-and that4auie away great masses of gravel. "Shall I send for the pack mules?" II II i "That slits cfe," said Dcrott
aboat money, but Is that i iI fifty thousand-will revert to For a moment she watched It; cried Mendoza "I believe you havetbe i I I Td rather be Mrs. Tennant th -
President "
aIlt. 'the atW I then with a little cry she turned to needful in dust here on the i I II Elmcre,
sum ...,..._
I .i
fief In "fcut I
' Q swung around hit yon paI4 for the p kh, she r Tennant.I ground* j I
:. ajUrt m UilFwayT;'Dot," he be- declared Indignantly. "You gave I You have better, ,than a dozen "We have more thaa-tbat" smiled I I so PERHAPS.
u2. "Tbn rttaenlbet the: revolution Pedm" I25.0W for ll" regiments If you will let me take :Tennant. "but jtou need not send for:: "Papa," began the little Wise bof
.t.j ago? !(e.JWJozt.: el4ms that Pedrez. as a charge. ,Have you telegraphed "Well, Johnnxt""When
. the muless. Bead for the regiments. I
,"ft ildTJ'help It!*' she dictator: sold! what I "
laughed was not his. The consul? "You refuaert"Absolutely I a man la real t hlUbJt(
" :; ,' Senor JJeodoza provide transaction was between the companyand Tennant nodded. "It;will be four ," was the firm an : Is he said to have blue blood?"
m. a4 a hpr, seat, as 1t were, on the PedreE and Mendoza refuses to I,weeks at best before we can get swer. t -Yes"

CU tefcoayfi I recognize our right to the land." i belp from home!" "That Is sufficient" said Mendoza. I "And when m man gets angry Ii! tthot.b100de4
, .. "TtJef a 'i farcical affairs" he "What Is he going to do about I "Let Arlington start at once with as he turned to mount his hone. I ?"
smiled;; 'Twi( Ujltf has a serious ride.Meo4p it" she aeked. I a message showing the "I" '"Yc&rbe1l."
urgency of "Say that get
; you
M tb* Teal''dietetor.but it "I have-' until,noon .t morrow.. to .the matter. Talk Is better than telegraphy was the pleasant answer as the party i If a blue blooded man g<".
V suited hfi purpose to make Castello decide. If I refuse to submit he will every; ,time. :There must b. turned toward the pass. I hot-blooded is"that what they ceaa:

..:....... .......11. e&... .,.to"rr. N rlu>fuA, tW:1:! reziIrnty Rd.} take .!- ,some of our cruiurs near here f ) and .-.Mendoza: ; j5 r.energetic for e-a.South. :: ,blue when blazes they?zar" some one Is mad **

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: Vb! Jmfutola Journal: UiMMMMIIir : ;;; l: UU.if:1: !

.| Prof. I B. Allen Among 1 $3.00 DOWN AND A DOLLAR

Friends .Former, Days 1 A WEEK

...". ". ". .". ........ .... . ... ,
-- a Don't that sound like anybody could have if
total a piano they wanted
...BY... land Including a fine twostory one
Journal: .
,t Editor:Florala IPensacola is a progressive up-to-date and furniture sold for I2AOO. I the least bit? We have quite a number of second hand pianos in our S

THE JOURNAL COMPANY tcwn with, a population of 3000. It Laurel Hill. moles big show rooms that can be had on these unusual easy terms. They fi
Laurel Hill situated ten
old, and is the terminus Is .
Is'about of 4 two years railroads the Centralof south of Florala awl is a beautiful make splendid! practice pianos and many of them are good for several :
FRAN_ L !MAYES, President and General Manager N. It contains little town containing' 500 population.It Will be to have call and
Georgia and I* & stores one drugstore years. glad you, see them or write for infor- P
45 business houses one electric light has 7 merchandise I mation.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. plant one ice fa.ctor,., 5 hotels, one of one paper "Our Southern BOldest
which cost $35,000. one good school Home" one saw mill and one more

one good city jail, made of concrete building,'one gin and grist mill combined C"p j
chilled steel cells three drugstores will soon have a bank,
ODe Year .. .. .............$5' 00 One Month .. .. ... .... ... 45 with two banks two large depart- black smith shops two hotels one and Largest
s Sri: Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 60 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 ???* -, M...a two hnttltn, works. four Axrtor no lawyers, two churches, one ': Music House in Clutter Music I House 114-116S. Palates St ;.!
Three Months.. .. ... ... 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year..11 CO : Rvery-;stables:n ona-sales stable, four fine fr months school and one Masonic Florida i PENSACOLA Phone 15 H I

: churches One variety works one I lodge It Is located In a fine farming GEO, W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER. ':i
to become a Sec
five doctors, five district and bids fair ;
D. Only" Newspaper From- WhIch a Detailed mill and ginnery, fine town. It is situated 11 miles trtHtrxtfrttttntanj L L__ .. *_:**..nmyTngi-vriirftit"_I * t lawyers, two dentists; one opera. I ePd irtuASararsaassepa MI MI' b 2ft t2..3J..:2 t IJ.oc. U.u..IJt J!
Circulation Statement Can Se Secured. house in course of erection one bakery i north of Crestview.I .

two blacksmith shops, one con I While at Laurel Hill I stayed the I I -

crete plant, one large concrete building I first night with Mr. and Mrs. Bud HUMOR OF THE HOUR
Papers on Sale on Trains of construction. Stokes 'both of whom were pupilsat
Editorial in course my
'llone'BuslnessoffIc11600{ Rooms 38 I N" j I and Mall. News Stands. Lake Jackson (McDade"s Pond) is one time. The second day I was KEEP COOL !
___ a beautiful sheet of water averagingone the guest of Eric Yon Axelson the WJaJ" Q. Governor Vacated.I .
\ and one fourth miles in dame Chesterfield ot the 20th century had been assigned to a room at a _

t Offioes-Journal Build lng-Corner Intendenola and DeLuna Sta. ter. Our much loved Joel McDavidwas whose personality 'completely cap- hotel In a email southern town," said
I born near this beautiful lake. tured me. After taking me to hear the drummer "and while making
4 Through the courtesy of that grand I that grand old expounder of the Bap- ready to go to bed I turned back the We are doing the best we can under the

gentleman, W: C. Mclaughlin 1-kad!Mist faith, Wiley F Martin who gaveUs sheets and found the place already
nrr&00LA.: FiOxuiit wIia D.\'Y' J1AR.ZtiG. AUGUST 15. 1900. the pleasure of making the circuit of,[ a fine sermon, he took me to his Inhabited. They were there by the circumstances Thursday morning we w'z
that beautiful. take Mr McLaushlln i lovely borneand, after introduing me
is president- of the Florala Land Company -I'to his amicable wife and children, we score, ., and- ,. I called. up. the. landlord- and prepared to deliver ice in
land the defaulting Chicago bank pointed tnem out ana asked: any quantity. Ice
The Anti Bucket Shop and possesses a personality that partook of a splendid dinner. Mr cane
I'I president Stensland can afford to is irresistible, but unfortunately he Yon Axelson owns the best phonograph 'Is this the sort of bed :you expecta bought

Law of Georgia. give more than that to avoid being is under a curse, for the Scripture I -ever heard. It is an improvement .decent man to sleep in? to-day at factory. Phone your
[caught tells us: "Woe unto he whom all men on other machines from the 'By George, but that explains Itrbe !
The anti-bucket shop law recently speak well of.;' fact that when it plays' a piece j exclaim," with a whistle of sur- orders and get on our list.

passed by the Georgia legislature I met several of my old pupils-W, through, it will Jump back and ,play prise.
,and which, beomes effective January I WH( AT :TRAIN FOR KANSAS. C. Monroe, J. T. Wiggins and wife! the same over till you stop it, therefore "'It doesn't explain how I am goingto

next of far reaching Mrs Belle Gomez Turner and Prof if you like a piece Just let the get any deep tonight! STRATTON ICE WORKS
a measure
a. Sebeme to Teach Farmers Valve of Geo. A. Stephens. principal of the machine play all night. We let it "':'io. but It explains"why the.governor ,
importance and ate that may be I lowing the Beet Wheat. I Florala schools. play Dixie till we had enough.I of the state, who was
adopted sooner or later In other Toe Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe W. C. Monroe had the honor of met iWm. Jones, brother of Hon stopping
here last Phones 59 and
one night week, got up afteran 259. J R Keller
loss to winning the medal for the best oratorical Manager
southern states. The direct Railway company, in connection with in Allen Jones. The last night I stayedin boor and went out to finish the rest ,
the state will be considerable! andmany the Kansas State Agricultural production the Universityof Laurel Hill we had a musical at
college of the night In the barn.. We all tookIt
Virginia-the subject being "The I ,
the home of Allen !Fountain whose _
employees of the bucket shops plane to run a wheat instruction train Voice of a Heritage." During lifeI that he was odd in his ways, and I -
my handsome wife is a daughter of NNINN4.hMNNIN.N.............
frill be thrown out of employment. over eome of-th Bnes of the system In never saw anything that could excel "Tom" Hinote whom we all love so charged. him four bits extra for dis- .
JThe Birmingham Age-Herald stuns Kansas during August, soft the Kansas It. It made me feel good to meet welL In due tim the beautiful ladles turbing the house, but I guess the old

the matter up as follows: City Times. In the winter"' and that noble Pensacolian, Rbbt French and gentlemen assembled to hear the man was level headed, and I Jumpedon

!At present which Georgia pay!. has the fortythreefcncketahops state eprtag' .the Santa Fe and the agricultural : estate.who is The doing Jackson a fine Lumber business Company in real rendition, and of other Dixie old-time In five pelces di1rerentkeY'S. My him too hard'" I Notice to the Public. j jj

ran dairy and com and the 'Paxton Lumber Company are able assistant
(00 a M license toeea. was Matthewswho Feminine Way.
rear trataa over the state.and both located near Florala and
tfcUJs a continuation are

$43'-j was readily at home all the
them ere located in Atlanta, : ] conductive in on 1 the parson, "that
a large degree, to the
of the project. FIve lectors keys and gave me ea fine a. second
has long been the bucket shop prosperity of the town. 1 you young ladles held the first meet- :
of the state. Tie state wiH lose .I from the agricultural'collage will (But (F'orala' Is located I ever had. She Is a beautiful widow Ing of your debating club last night I
n a splendid
COO a year in Hcense !Tees and Atlanta the train. They I lady and says she does not want to On and after 8 will I
twill lose the profits heretofore 'd>,I accompany are Pro- farming district which will make It marry but I, told her some good man Wfiat.waa the subject of your discussion Aug. we sell ice to
fesaora Miller, WtOard> Ten Eycke, a large city. As an instance showing t! ?" :

Georgia.rived In them In Atlanta from alone the lambs fifty first of, Brown end becsmLth.For .. the value of real estate I will mention I Ia might change Laurel her Hill mind.Leaving I .came to M4111- "Beally I do not remember "answered : : large customers, either at our place of busi- | ,
transaction that '
class telegraphers: twenty bookkeepers : a long time It has been tile practice -came off a fewda'fS "gnu of which place I shall write next the maid with the dimple, i
ago when two acres of land sold time. but the ; ness on Palafox wharf delivered
and clerks and nine managers of many Kansas farmers to sell for twenty thousand dollars. Not! anyway subject had nothing or to any |
urtll, be thrown out of_ employment. their ) I. EL ALLEN. to do with what we talked about.-
most of good wheat and use the more than four years ago the sameKITCHEN' ] Holts iFla, 13 i i; business house in lots of
Sire law Is drastic, and "the wire Aug 1906. Detroit Tribune JOO pounds or f
touses" will bave to seek pastures I poorest seed. One.of.the main purposes ,

a pew after January 1. !( of this train and ale work of the .L-Del ::. I more.

k The connection: with its comment lecturers win be to teach the farmers I: .HELPS. TOM THUMB SACHETS.A "Are you a worshiper of wealth?" I !

I upon the? Georgia law The Age-Herald wheat that they It can is profit estimated by sowing,that'the the best Dry your saucepans before yea put asked the censorious friend. We cannot agree to deliver in small *
use Way to C "
intimates that the recent defalcationof e Pp Year Little Olds "To some extent, answered Mrs.
of, only the best wheat for seed will them away. and End at Ribbon.A | but
Dustin Stax. quantities hope have
young Chisolm. who appropriated a delivery |
increase the yield of Kansas wheat Coffee grounds kept In the sink I I ,
use has been'found for the little "How be of
thousand can you guilty: such
'nearly one hundred dollars from 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 bushels a strainer will catch grease and thus prevent odds within the
and ends' of ribbon useless heretofore avarice! | system next few days that will
of the funds of the First National year. The two special trains which clogging of the pipes. |
yet pretty to throw away. "It Isrft avarice. Ifs self esteem.-
Hank of Birmingham, and who It Is have been operated have been successful A cloth dipped In boiling water, They are now moo for Tom :Thumb. Washington Star.A | look after the wants of the public.

alleged, lost nearly all of his stealingsby and It is believed that this one wrung out and placed over fish that sachets, which ore Just the thing for i

speculation In stocks on margin,I I I win 1 be of nt much benefit to the farm- has been boiled will keep It. warm for birthday tokens: luncheon favors and :
ers as the otter*. quite a while. Poor Place to Leek
result in similar
may legislation in for pinning Into''s gown to impart .
the state of Alabama. | Sprinkle a little crushed borax on a a. delicate, fragrant: The tiny pocket? i C:1ser-Whln; I seen Riley the day be .
'I PANIC AT DINNER PARTY. flannel cloth that has been wet in hot which contains the sachet said he was lookin' fur work

In The Ohi6.price Probably of oil has Parson been reduced Rocke-', Women Can Containing Faint When Cra Boy hopper Lifts I4d.. of and brighten water polish.and the well copper magic.This Rinse will I. about ribbon,an the inch ends square of w'bl&, is' sewed.l1re powder brought'to the, fur Casey Caseidy It very--Well hard I'll, he I bet was he lookin'wasn't throughthe lookin i E. E. Saunders & Co. (

-teller Is trying to create a I I forward to caver the bag and are bottom aT a beer glass fur it most j,o *
friendly The odor
sentiment previous to his trial. I I Brooklyn Gregory'bos Williams been, stopping aged fourteen with,his of to a utensil that In which clings so fish persistently or onions course>haped upon to form the a morsel dalaty of*flower.ribbon OI in o' the ttoftr-Philadelphia Press. l.+./+............++.++.+...+......... >.+.+.........*...

mother at one of the cottages at LakeHunttngton have been fried may be dispelled by hand depends e kind of.flower to be
Sullivan county, K. Y., fort placing in a hot oven for ten or fifteen made. Thus A Philosopher. I''
First for I pale pink mal;esa charming -
Entry Perambulating Pete-I'm hopin! that
few'da7STb'e other day he col- minutes after washing and drying. little wild
lected a canfnl of grasshoppers for If a teaspoonful of concentrated lye rose purple a pansy, some day,somebody 11 exclaim, "You The
"Fiddlers' Convention flab bait yellow a buttercup, white!. a"dogwood, look Jus like my long lost bar!" an'they'll Blistering Sun Don't Effect
: ; says the Port Jcrris (N. Y.) with a capful of water be put in a ket- and eo"on. Toe shaping of,the petals
The fiddlers' convention, which will pedal to the New'York-- orld. He tle whose contents have burned on the Is most Important as'''upon tds gimme a regular square meal.

4>e one of the attractions at the West forgot to take the can from his coat bottom and left to,.stand for a few well u the coloring depends'much as Languid Leaq-Wen. ffl bet a goodman the paint we sell It has Uie.. taying.quality
of wen
'long lost don't look as as
) boys bit
"Florida Liar DePunlak Springs, smother pocket at the dinner table, and his hours there will be no trouble In removing the naturalness of the 1ow% r. The better 'n pePuclr. a the covering qualfty! From a, dollar a gallon up. Pull
;noticing the bunch In his the burned substance. line of Builders Hardware at '
already attracted coasiderab'e! attention coat, center of the blossom Is added by rock bottom prices. Money
asked him what he had. The lad I saved contractors .submJt'their
especiaHy In did means of few estimates to us
: western and cen a stitches la floss of the Cease For Joy
not reply and she told
i to show
tral Florida, and, from present ind cations what'It was, I To Clean Jewelry. appropriate color.. yellow bane- used

the chances are that U will beta Gregory opened the lid, and In less A sharp pointed implement should 'or the wild rose, and eo,forth.' When

r huge success. To The Live Oak time than It takes to tell a couple of never be employed to clean rings, as rrployed: as luncheon favors the little Saunders Mill

)Democrat{ belongs the honor of enter hundred, grasshoppers were doing the it loosens the stones. Soak them In nchets are furnished with temporary Company

j.flag the first candidate in the contest st twostep amony file dishes and guests. 1 lIquid ammonia and the dirt will be terns of wire so as to nang'upon. the Phone 717. ,
todge of the water tumbler 21
loosened. Fast
In the The Insects into Afterward they should be Garde. Street.
person of Prof. I. E. Allen rela- got the frizzes of the
Itlve to whom it has the following to ladles and caused more commotion polished with a soft cloth. It is a l/ J _w

: than a fire. Two young women fainted S3o,l plan to keep rings In sawdust as IMPROVE THE, rrCHEN.Try .
,Isay and It was'fully: hour before 't enables the gems to retain their .
an the
We see that at the approaching !brilliancy. Warm water and a little the Effectet: ynt estp a.PIeTYr. HOTELS AND SUMMER( RESORTS.NOW .
:(We$, _Florida! Fair: at DeiFuniaXijBpriags room war cteared of hoppers. 'repared chalk are all that is t.ire or ..
One re
',5ures is,to,one,be of a fiddlers'tbe'amusement, contest with feat red.drew young hOpPers voman by the whose was ;'.iired; to clean plain or chased rings. Hang at l legit; one' pictsjp' ia your' FOR THE BANKS OF THE BEAUTIFUL TALLULAH.
Uet articles, vinaigrettes and other kitchen In such a place that ft win
( prizes for the best fiddlers Right drorig,nert into hysterics. In the ercitemeot :- "
\there and now, without consulting my dishes were broken t j nail trinkets may be"easily bright- meet your.eye a score of times dally. THE LODGE
''twn. we enter dear old Professor L E. and several,evening dresses spoiled, 4sa 1| led without the use of powder by Let It be a landscape or a'filJUl' 'or a I e
:' 1 'i lien l of Brent Ffet, in that contest F placing them in an aluminium recepta- picture "that tells a story;" fcnfy be An up-to-date Hotel with every convenience that

1 mls rare old gentleman is eightyE'a1'8 clo and pouring boiling water over sure that It Is not a scene that reproduces r money command will be open June the 10th. For Ingenuity could suet

., old;. he reads the finest print t DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES j f them. Polishing should be done by something of the dally rates, etc, addr'

without glasses (never uses the I means of a piece of clean ch&maialeather routine.If J. C.
I S.
f uuueB lurittci uas DeeD learning ue For Member of but in adopting this treatment practicable, change the picture for TIMBERLAKETALLULAH
youth of Florida and South Alabama Congress 3rd Congressional r
it must be remembered another
that the silver once a week or month. Good
,for more than fifty years In the l:the District: LODGE. GA.
should never be allowed to become prints of the best had.
-old log sdaool-houses WM. B. pictures can
of the rural Old LAMAR. of Jefferson. ,
i.! J South; he is an optimist from the tarnished. Take a look at the picture often, seeIng i First'Girl (proudly)-My face was ft --- -- '------ ---,- ]

f '.eround'Up, and while he loves and For what It means, or rather realizingeach lot dirtier than wot :yours was. ii
,. that which was good In the Justces of the Supreme Court: Te.tlas Drinking Water. time what It says to you person Second (ditto)-Yes, welL your .
t'11eV'e1"8'I past, he thinks that It is still a pretty JAMS B PARKHILOA. WIUTFIHUD.of of Bscamtoa Leon. If your drinking water comes through ally.This older.-Illustrated Bits.A i THE BEAUTIFUL SAPPHIRE COUNTRY

decent old world! and quite liked to lead pipes, test it to see whether it will break up the monotony, L 1 -THE LAKE REGION OF THE
l : get better than worse, popular opin contains any" lead. Some water acts whIch Is the deadliest thing about Maker of Talk. \ SOUTH"ca

.. .{.Ion Under to the. contrary notwithstanding For Railroad Commissioner: strongly upon a leaden pipe, and a housework and some other occupations "Yes .Miss Gay Is great at *. This is the most
circumstances it is bard NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy. year or two of using such water will and will help to prevent the formation the conversational ball roning." \ delightful time of the year to spend
f ly necessary to say that 'Professor R. HUDSON in the mountains
; ,Hen can play the fiddle, and ihey do' BURR, of Dade. bring on lead poisoning. In rare cases of the "fixed Idea" which Is "Why: I didn't suppose she was a and there is no place: so attractive as

i J ear that be can. make It talk and i the water will form a coating, which the seed of most mental and emotional .great talker" b the Beautiful Sapphire Country. Elevation from 2250
: t laugh and cry and sing and emit all For State Senator. 2nd District: will protect it from farther contamina- troubles. r "She isn't but the things she does |I to 5000 feet Gorgeous mountain

torts of ravishing sounds in a way not JOIIX S. BEARD. tion. There is more danger in warm Just try'this for a month. You will keep the other women talking:*-New: | I nificent scenery, three mag-

often to be heard In this hard, utili II weather than in cold. To be on the I find this suggestion one to be thankful ,i-iOrleans Times-Democrat lakes, the largest covering 2300 acres with a

l' tartan, tuneless age. We want Pro For Member House of Representative safe side use this simple test occasionally for always bearing in mind that shore line of 15 miles. Every imaginable

." fessor Allen at the DeFun'ak alt:\ for CHAS. M COSTON.M. : Boil a quart of water away "the point of the Idea lies In the application Rural Lniury. both indoor and outdoor The amusement,
It would be worth a long day's trarel till "Can't we put in a long distance telephone Beautiful Sapphire Coun

:, 0. BAGGETT. only a gill is left In this put a of It. -Exchange.
to 8e the venerable gentleman in for you Mr. Oatcake asked tryis easily reached via Southern
" f one of his musidal ecstasies tablespoonful of a solution of potassium railway Ask any ticket
that fiddle talk before an .iodide and let it stand overnight _._ the solicitor. agent. Address either of the following
appreciative For Tax Assessor charming hotels
: If "Well/ replied the old farmer, "I ;
a :yellow deposit has Boston _.
audience. formed lead Hot Weather AcI.I Tox
W. W. RICHARDS.For is dunno but what yew might-that is way Inn, Lake Toxaway I. H. Akin
f'i' present in the water.Frumpish Off with your coat man! What if If s Manager
Judging: from the temperature rec- a week day and you're riding to :your ef I kin use"It f call up th' cows amilkin' t The Franklin, Brevard, A. Lamborn, Manager.

t girds of northern summer resorts Itt Tax Collector: .Dresa,_ office You owe It to yourself and time, The Lodge (summit of Mt.
J. S. ROBERTS.For Toxoway Mrs.
nrust be hot water they are dispens To be frumpish'in dress is self warder :your Job to conserve what energies A Way of Putting[ It. Crisp, Manager Patton

r.. : fag at some of the alleged watering as far as appearance goes. *It)Is r these detestable days have left In you, "How old did you say she was p Fairfield Inn <
places.' County Treasurer: not necessary to spend a fortune or says the Boston Transcript If you're looking askance at the strongminded 1 Lake Fairfield, W, H and C. A. Martin
J. ED. WILLIAMS nave a great quantity of garments, bat bound to make yourself wretched, do. daughter. Managers.

Mobile is getting more like Chicago: hue nothing that does not suit you or It on the seventh day, when you don't "Twenty-two." I I For descriptive booklet and
that fails to show off best have to work hOt the six melting' general information address
very day. :A carnival of crime is I.! For Members of School Board :your points. on "Gracious, but she's young for herage1"
: Make JOHN
=Y ,progress there according to press retorts. M: E. ANDERSON.H a study of:yourself. Be certain of days, when yVCTe got tol! '-:'Philadelphia! North American. I The Toxaway Hotel Co.C. BURROWES, Pres..'
your opinions Lake
., G, DftSlLVA.TV. as to :yourself and keep Toxaway, N
., M. AGERTON. to them. If you have not money tn

ft 'would seem from the elaborate squander, follow fashion at a distance.
t preparations to the Republican cam For Member Board County Comm's-: i is diametrically out of opposed fashion to or her wear current what

'food that the G, O. P. has. something ; sinners: whim but never fall Into the latest of

, fa view as a reserve. J. B. ROBERTS: her follies for when-.she has changed remeninaTfiir Women.equal

:.5 S JNO. A. MERRITT. her mind :you will be out of it Dress
{ Ac reward of
fire thousand dollars Is the framework of
JAS. ANDREWS, the scheme of per i
F. (as been-offered far Paul O. 6tea t P. C. OLOETO.N .- ions! good looks.
to any $l.OO preparation on the market; _____

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English Tailor's Suggestions For r f

We are the Pioneer I Summer
"Smarter" Day team
Dress '
Coffee Roasters of Adopted. >t There.has been lots of fuss and talk over Bryan's twentyflvfcent Train and Electric Car Schedule, t
Ice.4n Jacksonville but a glance at the Jacksonville papers will Effective June 19,1906. j
ESTATE West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. show it is only the rich people and large consumers of ice that I H
BETTER COATS .MD> TROUSERS are 'buying at low prices. Small cuts of ice such as the laboring Between Peneacoia and Big Bayou. .l' people buy are selling In Jacksonville under the "Bryan Agreement" I Lv. Peasacola. Lv. Big Bayou. i.{
to-day at one-half cent per pound; here in Pensacola .these same 6 ajn. 9 ;ip.m. 6:20 10.30 put i L +
$6500.00 W1U buy a piece of business Rip P eke< Eliminated and J cuts have been selling at two-fifths of one cent per :pound for the 7 a.m. 10 pan. 7:30 *U:30pJa r
property paying 8 per cent e at. Can Be Turned Into Comfortable past, 16 months, a difference of Ten Cents per Hundred In favor of 8 a.m. 11 p.m.8:30
on the investment Sleeping Blanket-TrovMt to : our people. The workingmen of Pensacola can rest assured tbnt we 9 a..m. 9:30 '

c6&aoOp< Six houses and five large have _Hare a Very Swagger Ap : will continue to give them ice in small cuts at the same old, price 10 a.m. 10:30
lots in good location rent no equal. A trial and will not under any circumstances follow Jacksonville's lead of 11 ajn. 11:30
Ifs Change In Caitorma Naval Store.
of Oflleera.Changes
ing for $720 per annum. will C onvincethecon low prices for the classes and high prices for the masses. SencJ 12 noon 12:30: pas .

J1500.00-Three lots on which is 1 located in the uniforms of enlisted Savannah Ga. Aug. 14.-The naval us your orders. 2 1 p.m. 1:30 '.
two bouses noisseur that. we stores market closed zoilows p-m. 2:40 it.,
rentingfor men of the United States army: hare today as : 3
$168 Ri'w.\ .. ., .. ... ..6 50WO p.m. 3:30 F -
per year yea makg no extravagant been ordered by the war departmentas ? ? W. S. GARFIELD & CO. 3:30
Railroad shops. the direct of suggestions : .. ... .. ?. .. .. ..6 25 4:00 t
-,-- claims. result N .. .'". .... .-. ,.-..500 to 5 222% 4:30 1 '

We have some very desirable lots,. made tailor of by Loadoo 0. B. ,Winter who came, a military to the M ... .. .. ..! SO to 4 97% Office and Works Cor. H&yne and Wright Sts. Phone 88 5:00 4:30p.m.p.m. 5:25 5:00 ;. '. I.
forth Hill most popular residence .4 70 to477I 5:25 I
cc : United States several weeks ago at ... .. pan. 6:00
ion of the city that. we can dls- Wholesale and RetailGROCERS ,43437y I 6.00
per;:p of at fair prices. the request of Quartermaster General H ,.. .. .. ..4 32H to437a 6:30 p.m. 6:30: :..

po Humphrey says a Washington corre- O .. .. ... .... ..' .... ..4.30 to 435 7:00: p.m. 7:09 + I I
spondent of the New York Herald. F..w. .. .- .. ..O{ 25. toE 4 30 7:35 p.m. 7:30 !i ." '
Escambia Realty Co., Inc., These changes will not affect the material ... .. ...4 4 15 8:00 p.m.. 8:00 ; I
8:30 :
or general character of uniforms D ... .. ... _? -.3 95 to 4 02C.r. % p.m.Saturday ; ,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE and all kinds of Feed : ... .. AUSLEY 6 COMPANY 9:39 ,; t
AGENTS but will make those now worn better : ,Spirits.Tu.rpeD.flne.; 58.3% 70 3 77% i only J ., t. .i,i f
204 U South Palafox Street. Stuffs.Pluto .. fitting and smarter In appearance. \
General Humphrey appointed these Between Pcn cola Fort i
officers of the quartermaster's depart- Barrancas. II{, 6
Professional!" ment a board to consider the subject: I Cotton,Ma.**< Lv Pensacola Lv Fort Barraac&J I ;
DirectoryT. O1e11 BANKERS 6 BROKERS ;
: WaterWholesale Colonel George E. Pond Majors B. Jsn.-lrb.....,........-..........._.-..1.81 1:15:: a.m.a-m. groo: a.m. f '
Bellinger J. B. Aleshlre, John T. J.b.-M&r...,.................. ........?.. S.31 11:00 11:00 am .i'. '
Knight and T: H. Slaving and Captain'L. JI-.Ap1. !.........................._....1.85 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA FLA.Private 12:50 a.m. 12:15 p.m.*
T. G G. YATES M. D. Hardman. Mr. Winter made patterns AJlr1l-K...............-................ 498 a pm.: 2:00 pan. j! .'
and Retail JI&.J'1IU..................................587JunWmly 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m. .'' c f
OPTICIAN embodying big suggestions which i...................._.._...... Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago. 6:20 p.m. 7:00 p.m. ; .'. '
were submitted to the 'board. JnrAugua ......... ....__.... .... ...6.83 8:30: pm. 3:00n.m : .\: I
306 TH/ESEV BUILDM. One of Jlr. Winter's patterns for an 4.33 Saturday only. r,. .f Il! J
New Orleans Grocery Co. overcoat has been. adopted. It Is mod-: *bit-OoSobir ............ -..__ B.83 COTTON STOCKSCRANPROVIS10NSandBONDSBought "
eled on toe olive drab overcoat' now 4M.ber.xonmb.r .............._ __.129 Steam train leaving rensaoola c i It- t'j
WM D. HOWE, used, bet made roach more full in the' xe..abm-D..mb.r..i.-.. NMMM ..8.29 7:15 a. m. will stop between Penss/ '. t .il

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Jas. McHugh back by means of a' plait The additional Deeemb.r-Jssa.ry ....... .........;.....13) and Sold on Margin or for Investment. I cola and Big Bayou only to take on :.. ;t
LlTerpo lBpoti.lfl5Mm passengers points beyond Big :. 1
14'/2 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. fullness .t la an advantage over .Steam ; -
Bayou. train leaving Ii
Fort Bar-
Phone 105. Proprietor the present overcoat in that when the .York-.OvMon Martwt Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 rancas at 5:10 p. m. will stop between (; \ 1.' "r

wearer is mounted if the back of the OPM Elgk Low C.M; Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put =:; t i< '

DIRECTORYPeasacola coat catches on the saddle there la sufficient Jmurv 9.76 U. 9.7S B.79 I off passengers from beyond BIg' 1 Ii! .-
-.r'-' Florida and Alabama material the skirt to prevent April 9.98 997 991 9.90 Bayou. Other steam trains will make ; \. i

Lodge. :co. 3. K. of P. It from being pulled away from the A..*u* 983 Leg 9. 3 939 ANNUAL all stops. Each electric car makes aU !i f .
LAND COMPANYManufacturer knees. The increased fullness also 8ptambw 9il Otf 943 943 stops. .1- N. t,
Monday evening at 8 ,,
meets every / o ._..._..... 0.118 965 9,57 157 The above schedules and '
at their temporary Castle Hall has an advantage in affording: more : j' ::
o'clock ot DM-Mr......._..9,88 Ale 9W 9C9 cannot be lost and be used lions subject to change without notice. J ". ,
orer Poe stable. W. Intendencla St. and Dealers *In cover when the overcoat' is used for a ..... York ftpota. 10 40 they may to Local Freight Regulation. 1 j,; :

kiting\ brethren K H.cordially DENNARD welcomed., C. C. LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES sleeping.board blanketThe recommended. and the .i Wheat. reduce the Pre '.ums each year if the insuredso train Freight will be shipped received by the 7:15 a. nv .1 It' ..jji :
only for
points r h'
H. Quartermaster general has approved Opiw mLey Obs. chooses. A life Endowment beyond: Big Bayou and will not be I t. 1("; ,
Meetings of the improvements In the present olive Dec-..__. 15 74)4 746.pL. or Policy with received later than 7:05 a. m. All 1. t: _, t : (
Knights of Columoua Arab service coat to the extent of put ... .._..72" 7811 n n other Week Day trains leaving pen- 1J.\ J. i
1('" c." are held at their hall. BOSSO'SIce ting two silts la the back ..ttt.'two' annual dividends in the Union Central Lifeis saoola not later than 3:50 p. m.. carry > I' !" I 1
O i: .- No. 8 West Intenden Vs at the collar and two darts in front 0Ira.Ope freight for any point, but freight will j _,
eta street, on every Cream and adding plaited patch pockets. Hick Low OUi. the most satisfactory. not be received later than 20 minutes '.t1j I ,''i {',.! I

Monday evening at Factorycan This garment will also have wider Doc............t' 45 444145 before scheduled departure of trains. ;:!. :.;r

7SO o'clock. An invitation furnish you cream in ehonhlers and a closer waist The hpt............4954 4934 49i4914 B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent. The 9:00 light: a.perishable m. Sunday freight train under marcarry i.I f .; I,;.: '

.to visiting Knight is extended any quantity. Satisfaction collar: will be a standing turnover just Oats.Open Thiesen Building. Phone 608 some circumstances by special per : ',: 1
guaranteed. wide enough for the largest Insignia. mission. Electric car will not t : i
JONES carry ?::1 l
Clo it
J. S. LEONARD. Grand Knight. PHONE 1326 The khaki: service coat Js to be cot on Dec...._........82H ., 2HH- 8.",4 freight or packages: of any description f f:'I .( ,
Recorder. SAM BOSSO. Prop. the same pattern as the olive drab Sept....._-.?KX 814 8J>J ai34 except medicine urgently needed i, I''' "c. '
I service coat I Shippers are requested to bear these .' '/.
Daughters of Rebekah. The American soldier has had difficulty N.w'YHk Stock liiaretop. THE FEAR OF regulations in mind that Incoaven- 1 II J
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of Ice Coal Charcoal andWood ] for years in obtaining welt fit- .. QOM79H APPROACHINGAGE ienre may not be caused. ; .. 4'ji
Kfebefcah. meets every Monday night! These freight regulations: subject to ( t ;
ting trousers especially,Cor wear when 8oatlwaradaa:......_..w NOcIt. ;
at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. P. halL VisitIng mounted. The quartermaster general .......-r"! ::...... 193' 105)4Lt1C. change without notice .r I'i. :
slsterg cordially Invited tafce. .. Any farther information regarding! t'
present has Mr. Winter's : _? :'"...... no 1ad549iy. :
., approved suggestionthat ...................t..:..:........ 9514" passenger and freight schedule can be I I, '
MRS. J. T. PVLLIAN. N. G Delivered anywhere in the the olive drab- service breeches_ A.U._..-.-... .._,*., 1S4 la" Bears' had by applying to the general office ,, I
MRS HATTEB NEVILLE Sec. We should be cut with more length In the : K.&T....-,,f,X.\_.._.' 75H, i heavily on many. There is reallyno of the company. ,1'' ;;. .
city. can supply you in back breadth. They will have a very Lao ......:..::: .: ......1Y15C'' 12294Rr1. occasion to fear it, provided have Passengers are earnestly requested ;' I :.
il E. B A. No. 81, meets first and any quantity and our serviceis swagger appearance comparing favorably .... .......;.'+.:.......... 43H 4454 you to promptly report to the general : :t'
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. with officers' trousers, and will be C.:,.I ...........7._..._.... 55 b4i4U.8. put aside in youth and the prime of life a office any inattention to duty or discourtesy s i.I I

EL, Ra3ord! Hall No 10. West Inteadeada always prompt. Phone tight from the knee down, laced ...._..................... 41K 41H nice bank account. on the part of employees and f.
street 363. \1... ._... 1063' make specific criticisms of
pr.trrd-r- ireH to service.
A. G. FELL Prea. through eyelets which are faced. with Li.....,.......*-_...,V...... a ii 29XLMd. Look 'round about you and see how manyare JOHN W. LEADLEY '. f j
J L. S"WHENEY.! Sec leather near the knee. Mr.. Winter 1..11 x.._.................. 14014 1454 reduced to want and in their old Manager.EVANSVILLE .
E. G. SEWEL recommended removing hp! 'pockets. ........:............ .79% 79x: penury :
Pensacola Lodge No. 4,1.0. O. F. At present the breeches are so tightas P.I.0. age because of their improvidence in youth. -- -- ... -- -- I

Peasacola Lodge No. 4, L O. O. P., 26 N. TARRAGONA STREET 'to' be uncomfortable hi mounting. ............-v_ ....- J75H 17sH Youth is the time for dollars
meets every ThnrsUarveidny! at 7:30 The khaki breeches.f cfr mounted wear .........._.,.:............ 1MH MMiK. saving so they & ;
at the new ball on Belmont and Boyle .T.O ........-.-. ..,...... 141H 140H may work for you when you are unable to ;1'1 t g I.
streets. Visiting ,brethren cordially will be practically the same as the P.O....*..................... 91 91 work for of I.
invited B. R WrTKOVSKY. N. Legal AdvertisementsAN olive Qrab aewioe breeches.The a'X1..G._..._:............... 132 15231 any more them. It's easy to TERRE HftUTERAILROAD
A. KERLB Secretary.W. G. olive dmb and kba& foot trousers 01 r.._......:....._..... 189 um save if you once get started. Open an account :: i.i : .
ORDINANCE will l>e eat full on the thigh to B.1.-..._...v..._..__ 26X 25 1 ,
0. W. [ !iAn .Ordinance "to provide for the i below !the knee with a seam Just below ...........>_..._....._.. 8794 8754TI today,-One Dollar starts it. Four !
Lire Oak Camp No. i, W. ,AIn TO.. ,'abatement of certain nuisances.Be the knee, .and tight from there ._.15354 1lJ6f. ( per cent paid on savings deposits. ;'
meets ....._ ........_.._.... '
Pythian ,Han 1st and 3i'Wetoesdays it ordained by the "Mayor and down and.laced the laiy. 134 THE DIRECT LINE: TO i ,
same as cavalry .
In each month. Ylsitin; Vf._.._..__ ......158* 11s31 '
Council of the City of Pensacola
: breeches. The hip pocket will be elim
sovereigns cordlaDy invited. Section 1. That all places in which hinted I, CHICAGOand / I, ;
F. A BOOHIOH, a a stagnant: water, ;filth or linage! colreefs Don't Be Blue
Mr. Winter Informed the board that
SUE R BROOKS. Clerk. and stands so J:1t".o: become: -dangerous .'iD wofkmaadbfp and material the and lose all interest When help is within FIRST NATIONAL .. .. 'I
to the health of_ in the BANKOF all points in the
RATH BONE LODGE. N,- 3a persons American uniforms could not be improved reach. Herbitte will' make that liver J" i
City of Pensacola are. hereby declared :
Nme d No. its duties properly. J. B.
} >> e. 50. Kafeht.ol upon but that they could be perform
Ppthlas! meets every Tirarsday night to be nuisances, injurious to the distinctly improved as to style. Vaughn, Elba Ala., writes: "Being PENSACOLA. FLA. North and Northwest. J
at Caste !JaIL Mftttbers: of tigtar pUblic health. constant sufferer from constipation Jj
Although they have no wish to make
Section 2.That the Board of Public
lodges and -risittos brethren corelia.b" .)- and a disordered liver I have found
fanned to-aftea Wocks whenever requested by the, him a military dude it is th e belief of Herbine to be the best medicine for W.H.KiowLBg.Pre.. W.K.HTBB,Is..V..Pre .aol Cii 1.r. j
: of Health shall the prominent officers that the American T W.Sassy and W.N.BOBOTS,lest Casblvri.DlE .
r. M., +'OPER/C. n City Board promptly: these troubles on the market I have >OTOH -:T.C.Breat.. W. A. Blouut. W, H. Ka .les. W. K. Br.r, Jr
a J LDTT. K. R.:&"& abate any sUch nuisance existing! In soldier feels a great deal more used it constantly. I believe it to be D. O.Brent. Exceptionally Low RoundTrip : : t
i any Dtleet.yc1t other public place.! respect for himself and is much more the best 'medicine of Its Kind and 1 :
Section 3. That'whenever'the City comfortable If he knows that his wish all sufferers from these troublesto Rates to all Summer : ?it;
KTW STEAU31W SERVICE, 'Health Offlrec shall notify the owner,, clothes fit well and are handsome In know the good Herbins has done L ; t'

I33tween) Mobile BensapcGa} .wrd. PIoila OT owners or the 'agent thereof o f appearance. me," Bold by all druggists. Touris Points. : .r

cc.' nee/ steamer P, JT, "Tnistlewood the premises of such owner, or owners ,, of letters criticising action in getting C.W. LAMAR.President.! JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashiir. D. H. Hillman S. L. Roger, ':
win sail from lime! every SaAirday they sfcall within five days after an English tailor to make these Notice to the Public.We M.E.CLARK Vice-president: Cashier. ,.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cuhlsr G. P. &. T. A. .. General Agent,. it '
and from Pensacola every Monday the service of such notice abate such suggestions: but he has also received Evansvflle' Ind. Nashville, Tenn ::1.-
coism ictag Saturday, August 5th. nuisance and. place! said premises In letters from would like to state to our many
On a regular schedule between Mxvbile a thoroughly sanitary'condition.. and I him upon many the persons step. congratulating friends and patrons that our launches THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK -- r 1t I

} Pensacola, St Andrews Bay. St. upon the failure of such owner or have nothing whatever to do with any }
There has been effort :
to do
Josephs Bar, CarraUelle and Apalachl-. owners, or their agent, to comply with no anything ether boats that leave the city wharf OF PENS A COLA, FLA. Round TripSUMMER .f f'
with the uniforms of
co14, any such notice the City Board uf officers, for the island or,any other points of I DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
'\\,n also! take freight fore TaI1ahas. Health shall cause. the' necessary work which were improved thrcie.yeen: ago. interest. W would further inform'

.* Qu!ncy, Balnbrtdge-t. : on the to be done and charge the expense The various government clothing factories the people of Pea acola that we are f CAPITAL STOCK' 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. .
it F & A. R. 11,.; Also for points on thereof against the owner or owners, are being provided with patterns here to stay and are now In a position \ DIRECTORS. 'llJ
Me pqiactloola, Chatt hoodiee and of the premises, for which the City for the Improved garments, and in a to carry parties to any place and
Mat Rivers. shall have a lien on such premises to few weeks all the new'clothing will be they 'wish to go at any and all times. Henry L, Covlngton Frank Redly, F. E. Browner,

P. 0. PATTERSON: be enforced in the manner provided manufactured after these patterns. W* bave been in the launch bust J. M. Pfelffer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. lAmar, :
Gen. Age at, Mobile by Section 691 ot the Revised Statutes ness for 10 yjgats I and our boats never Bryan Dunnody, T. F. Mc6ourln, J. R. Sauaders, VACATION''t !
P. J. Aert Pensacftla.. of Florida ot 1&02. Student Lorn 'rr jet & .,accident We use all A. !M- Avery, W. II. Milton 0. E. M ura, I (
Once: PaJafoxvstreet Wharf. Section 4. That this ordinance shall am. = for ,the safety of our pat W. L. Cattthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKeitxle' ; Oertlna Rates l !
Albert Kamboltz; and Loans B. Conn,
take effect Immediately upon its adop- rons. a-Ufe presanret tor each .Alex McGowln. C. !M. Covtnaton/ M. E. 6UMu :
students at New York nttfversfty and "
W win attend all -
--- tion. pasenafer. a to orders Safety Ceptut texts for rent at IUI,1318! ted tSJO the year. rriTata.apartment J
Columbia respectively, passed through
!Passed July 2'&. 490$. for ice, tezr. bmeots, etc. floats can Round trip summer excnrs&ovifrom 1 ;
Rutland Vt., recently on a 1500 mile in connection for the convenience of castomers. all points east of Pacific ooat a
Pensacola St. tatfrews and Approved' July 3t. 1906. be chartered at any time day or night, .4
CHAS. H. BLISS, vacation tramp through New England, at re Bcmaolc rates. We hare five Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits and northwest; from June 1st to Sep.

Gulf Steamship Co. JLttest: tayor.C. Canada and the Adirondack, says the launches. fn our fleet. I tember 15th, with special stopover 3 i '
.'R MT3RRJTT, City Clerk New York: World. Obey carry a shhl- CAPT. BENMrE EDMUNOSON. privileges good returning to October ,

STEAMER TARPON.W. laugoawfw. ter tent blankets aDd a soldier's cook- Phone' No. 204. City Wharf. 31st, 1906.SUMMER. .

ing bk, about thirty pounds: each. Al
NOTICE though very brown from exposure .
IF>1tsrci &sa PASSKXGER AND Notice is hereby given to creditors theyshotfed no signs of ftofigue. They lOLLS BEDBUGS LgILTpN.j[ BU8DJ'J.L.GH3N&aaras Psaamass. T.StAgSBTTII.D K. W1W.Lu.: Y013aN0 Vw.-lraaeaDBat.B. Aar 0Mma. JUNE 1st to SEPT. 30th. ., f '"

legatees, distributees, and all otherpersons left New'York July 3 and walked -
FREIGHT 6&RVICBENSACOLA having claims or deinanJs.a'&ainst on Simple Way to Get Rid of These Tonturinp Citizens National Bank Use the splendid through service of ;
through the Connecticut valley; averaging ''
Pacific from New Orleans
Southern t
Betwesa the estate of John Vermin. the t
: Dunn deceased '
ehjbteea! : miles a day. ttay will 'f PeaaatoU. riodd Union Pacific from Kansa ;
MOBIUE. to present the same within! walk to Montreal and Quebec and There is nothing that causes more QI4EQ/ORA City ;or Chicago to all points west ;.
COU. APALACHK two (2) years from this date to the home vte&te Adirondack and the valley discomfort bon the pest of bdOhuga. W4Rright Morris Beu. 1.E.! wen-. Bix K.BobI-, HiiUo Qr .a.H northwest and southwest. Including.pelacal h ," ': I
CARRABELLfi. ST. who has taken ;,
AN- undersigned out let. Happfly a stable way has been discovered
of the BXat L Each night they MftMAi. BA"IIIQ BVSWISS TttXHaXtlTO. steamship service from Sea j i. r I.
DREWS. MILLVILLE, ters of ad&Knf&ration com testamento to exterminate: tfrftm .
pitch their> teat usually a A Francisco to Japan China Australia, i
estate. near rmtose. i
annexe, the said Steams' Electric
IAad all nelntt &n St. Andrew* on Apply: Paste to the
Bay. .
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Carrabettt 1iI D45eI Icoli I ? JOHN PKEQYES, I and bay pjovfcdons when need corners: of bedsteads. mottrdsses. .1 i 4'ill"etc. 1
SCHJD\fL& Administrate coin testamento annexo' ed. They expect to reach bane .fa springs, and: under the slats end Kt J1. ;

.III Lean for Mob FescoJa e. AJL Sunday 1:20 June 27th, 1306. 273nneoaw8w i time for tee opening! ot coflega. the IJI \ the betfbio win be eater I City I of Pensacola Improvement Bonds from Through Washington!Pullman Tourists Car t'li li.L. :,)

Lave; Penaacofc. Tuesday : CREW NOTICE. CREW NOTICE! .. "ma b the only jareparatioa for Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing January erg' etc, and from St Louis and Chicago -;. 1 r

laic SL Andn rs. 3IiU ('tie. Apt Neither the Captain, own' Neither the captain own- kditng bedhuP wire you get your 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. lit 1928. Interest Payable SemJ-Anaaally. I to C&bfornia. a 'C '
( ola, Carra&elJ and latermediau ers nor consignees of tie ers nor consignees of the money back if ft fable; also sure deathto WE OFFER. FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN i : I
point& a steamship Clara will be responsible A Norwegian bark Andrea coekKMctes rats od arioa. AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. Write me lot literature and info : ;.

For additional teformaSon ap ly 'J for.debts ,contracted will be responsible fordebts :Sod ervrjutex* or sent express maiion. .1 1

J. R. SAUNDKRa by the crew. of said vesseL contracted by the crew of. said prepaid on receipt ofi: pttoe EftamII"E1ectr1o The Bank'of Pensacola J. F. VAN RENSSELAER, ir <
'Z. R. COBB, Prswl Nat, G: tfARCZA! vesseL P.Co, cmicaeo; 13. 8m a2S Peoples Gen. Agt, 124 Peachtree St, t.t:
Geo. ,FTt.. and PassPensaeola AC..*. Captain. C&PT. QUALE., size, ; Label size eight times Pensacola R. O. BEAN T. P. A. t Atlanta, G* i i:. t .1
; Ha. Gulf Transit Co,.Conslsaee.. To master. Ca.Dt&1D.. : the Ql : y.LOO. Fla G. M. ELY T. P. A. H
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F Ready For That Trip To No Cleveland other games 9; -Washington played.: 8. Anrived. ; i !s .

National League. Clara, Aust ss, Rajusen, 2541, Tampa :1' '

Pittsburs 4; Boston 0. to Gulf,Transit Co. : -, ,.. S -

The Mountains? No, other games played. Cleared.Emilia -
. : Aust ss, Cosulicfc, 2321, for .
Southern League. Marseilles, Venice and Trieste, with e -- -

Atlanta 0; {Birmingham 2. :>SOO.OOO ft sawn timber, 108.000 s ft -
Montgomery 2; Nashville 1.. lumber, 1,808 tons phosphate rock -
Little Rock 4; Memphis 1, first 1,361 tons phosphate rock, 100 bbu "

game. cottonseed oil, 2,000 c ft hewn timber Art of
How about your stock of 'collars, little Rock 6; Memphis 8, second 2,450 bbls rosin. .

i 1 cuffs, ties, shirts, socks underwear etc? game,.called In the'seventh toy'agree ,

Got 'em all right? Better look over ment.Shreveport 4; New Orleans 3,, VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships. .

what you have and replenish ,your sup- twelve innings. >

Arena, Br sch, Spurr 533, Cienfuegos .
ply.. You'll need generous supply for I South Atlantic League. to J. A. Merntt & Co. < IfisBREWING

(- a trip like that. Our ties at 25 and 50 I Jacksonville 1; Macon l.gnine in Cynthia Br ss, McGrath, 1938, Rio '

f cents are beauties; collars two ,for 25 nings. Janeiro to the.W..S. Key ?r Co. Queen Beer." fWe have im-
,. New
t Savannah 1; Charleston' 0. Devonshire, Bras, Coull,
cents; underwear 25, 50 cents and a Columbia! 4; Augusta 1.. Orleans to J. A. Merritt &; Co, the methods of the best old world

dollar a garment; shirts at 75 cents to Emilia, Aust ,ss 2321: Consulich ported masterly :

r $2.50-they're all :here just waiting to PINE TREE ON Philadelphia Elizabeth, to Gap Gulf&s,Transit, Xier.Co.. 1287.. brewers, and installed every modern American invention

be wrapped up and delivered to your I Swakopmund to the W h. Keyser Co methods and offer
home. BLOUNT BUILDINGPLACED Gracia, Span sc!, Ruiz, 2122, -Liv-ex- for perfecting these you ;,j
pool to Gulf Transit Co. .

Hazlewood Br ss,. Kendall, 2791
Rio Janeiro to the W., S. Keyser Co

THERE TO SIGNIFY NO Mona, Nor bk, ,Pedersen, 1028 to

ACCIDENTS HAVE SO FAROCCU.RRED. Musician, Br liS, Woolfender, 3047, ,

Belize To A. A. Brown & Co.

Nith, Br ss, .Richards, 1488, New
port News to H. Baars & Co. an example of the highest high-grade beer. The ma-

THE JOHN WHITE STOREPhone Phyllis, Br ss r Fountain, 1579, New terials used are carefully chosen from the market's
Hundreds passing' along Palafox Orleans to rex M. Robinson.
in their departments
street yesterday noticed a. pine tree Saturntaa Span ss, Ondarza, 1786, choicest. Our brewers are finished workmen -

on top of the seven-story Blount Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. '1 : we take extreme precautions for cleanlinessand
building, attached to 'which was anmpt7
225 205.207 S. PALAFOX I keg and a piece"of, canvass Ships. purity, aging the beer for months and sterilize every

i and quite a number of those whonoticed London Avanti[to Nor ship, Anderson, 1648 bottle so that there is no possible excellence of inherent -
I the tree high up in the air
wondered at it and asked Questionsas .Forrelsa, Port.ship, Barros. 506, LJs quality, brewing, or final perfection which is

to why it had been placed there. bon to master not', attained American Queen Beer.
The, tree is a signal of the workmen Lena, liar ship. Tassara. 15'81, Lon
THE'BIG4 IN COOKING MEAT. to notify all that no accidents don to order. 0. ,: e at clubs,Iwtel, cafes and .aIeeRl. Keep it la your !Lome.
have occurred during the constructionof Remember this sd sod watch for our next one en 1EA.L PUSHY.
CMC Should B*' TakeR to Pr* *i-r_ the building! and that the work has Acme Brewing Co.

the Jaicec. so far progressed smoothly and with, Alfhild, Swed bk, Svensen, 133, ..."!: -= t'- =-- MACON, GA. ,
Except for onp stock. meat shouldbe cut incident The workmen secured Durban to master. =

cooked in a ,way .to, preserve its the tree and decided place it upon Andrea Nor' bk, Quale, 114, Durbanto ,
of today is exemplifiedin Juices. In the first few minutes of the roof to' notify all of 'the satisfactory ,
Launberger, Nor bk Johnson, 1215
work that had been done. \
boiling it should be subjected to a
1 1B.h
the Qualities of the temperature higher than boiling point Hamburg NoachVI to, McKenzie Sired bk, Oerting Burgfeldt&, Co.1260,, \\

,Headache Remedy.BROMOVINi. so that a crust will form and keep in Your Eyebrow.. Port Natal-to order. .
the juices. Then the temperature Do you ever brush your eyebrows, Paoh/ Itak bk. Siccardi -
1198 ,...............-ANN/N1N.Nfr.
should be lowered and the meat merely Ton look after your hair and bands ; Ge;oa to master. NN 01..NN....Iy
simmered till done., with religious care. But perhaps It .otaut. Nor bk, Thorsen 1170, Mon- PENSACOLA
In roasting and broiling the same never occurs that your eyebrowslIlight tev
Quick, Certain, Agree- principle is followed.:: The meat Is,put, be Improved by a little atten I Co. CLASSICAL, SCHOOL, IS IT A MAN j

able and Harmless.For i directly into an extremely hot oven or tion. Buy a soft little eyebrow, brush, Superb, Nor bk Ulich; '1934, 'Antwerp -
over the flames and allowed to become made especially for this purpose, and L to A. Zebus & Co. PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS WOULDN'T GIVEto i

Sale by seared over the surface, after which night and morning brush,the brows In Schooners.Donna AND GIRLS. ,

White's the temperature is lowered. the way they should go. If they aren't Christina, Am sch, McLeod Seventh Annual Session Begins Sept.
Pharmacy 165; Belize to master.
For soup stock meat,should,be put going the right way then train them to I '17, 1906. I i II
'" PALAFOX STREET. Into cold stock or water and gradually Suppose they are too thin.. ,Then keephandy i This school limits the number of increase the comfort and pleasure of h's! wife? At any
Manufactured by brought to the boiling point in order a little sweet almond oil and Why Fret and Worry pupils received to such as can be i rate there's nothing in reason that a man ought not to be !

G. VAN ANTWERP & SON, that the juices "may floj- from It add before brushing put a few drops, of I when jour child has a "severe cold taught thoroughly.It I willing to do for her comfort. For a few dollars-thirtean: .
__Mobile, Ala. ing strength to the stocK. this on the finger tip and gently rob,I You need not fear pneumonia or other prepares for entrance to our lead of them-he can make her housework a positive pleasure .
When roasting beef Some housewivesto It into the eyebrow. If the lashes sre pulmonary, dlseas 5: Keep" supplies: ing universities and technical schoolsI I I In addition to which he will likely save a little money on *
and for intelligent! useful I his fuel bill. The way? Let us install a in :
citizenship. gas range your
short and do the
same to
LEARNING give it flavor rub Jhe surface with scanty thing with Ballard's Horehound Syrup-a
The thoroughness of its instructionIs kitchen. It will do the work all right. .
an onion or place an onion on top of it. them. Treatment of this sort ought to positive' cure for Colds, Coughs,
BY LIFE ASSURANCE A certain housewife who prepares make a noticeable difference in a few Whoopng! Cough and Bronchitis. Mrs best attested by the records of Hi i
students who have entered lead- ,
incomes are maintained mortgages delicious roasts says that she never months. A very simple tonic for theeyebrows Hall, of Sioux Falls, S. D, writes: Ing universities. In instance .

protected, debts secured, undevelpoed bastes her meat with water but uses Is composed of red vaseline "I have used your wonderful, Ballard's where they have entered every for colle- i
, enterprises guarded business rendered the drippings Instead.: and boric acid five grains of the former Horehound Syrup on my children for giate work they have been admittedto Pensacola Gas Company I
safe, investments given permanent to five of the latter. Make intq a five years Its results cave been won the sophomore; class. t .
value, and capital preserved. A policy smooth paste and apply at night. derful. Sold by all d ggists. Instructors trained in our leading Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. Z
tin THE EQUITABLE does all this. THE BEDROOM. educational institutions. Laboratoriesof ...NNN N.. ..NNNIINN/N.1N.N.N.NNN..H
and more'provides for the family after -'
your death. Send us your name It Should Hare as 'Little FaraltvreIn How He Got HI. science for student experimentwork. ----- --
One of the best
ege and address.% It as Poulble. "Well. I suppose a man" must have HUGE, POSTAL,:CARD. gymnasiums In the south.equipped school teed! have no terrors for youIf
Decorations and hangings for a bedroom his trials In this world.
KNOWLES BROS., InsuranceSacrifice should be: of the.daintiest material "And you have yours; I 'suppose." Head of Armour Postal Department ton For address.H.'catalogue and further infoma- WASH DAY you send your washing to

----- -- -- --- both in color and design. "Certainly. Didn't you know was Receives Record Soarcalr. CLAY ARMSTRONG, Prln., The New Method Laundry,

Printed dimity; Is quite the prettiestand married?"-Chicago Post. Mr. and Mrs. John.Forsyth, who recently 909 N. Spring St PHONE 1186 E.'W. LAWRENCE. Prop. Mee Method laundry BKf. W. ROMANtST.
most inexpensive to use tn furnishing arrived at New York on 'the

Big a sleeping apartment. Cur AD Effort to Deft a eil Teutonic, -received the 'largest postal BOARD OF EQUALIZATIONIS
tains, bedspread dresser covers and "What is your Idea of a 'smart set?'' card ever sent through the mails, says NOW IN SESSION

chair cushions may be made of it "There are different kinds.of ',In art the Sew York Globe. DRINK

sale of all clothing in stock. Suits though for.the latter chintz in the same sets,'" answered Miss Cayenne. "Some I "Uncle" Forsyth is the head of then The city board of equalizat! Is InBottles
design is heavier and more desirable. of them are merely! bad company i now in session from 10 a. m. to 1 p.
valued at from $13,50 to ?25.00 to go Armour postal department and he and
In the properly appointed modern bedroom good clothes.l m. daily at Tax Assessor Reilly's office
at from to 1675. his wife went abroad three months ago .
$7.75 as little ,furniture AS possible 1 1I Is --- Thlesen building. Persons having
I used. This Insures proper sanltarf conditions The Ba.7'1 ocIi. on iris first vacation In twenty years. complaints regarding assessmentscan @JrJ" .

"None Reserved"I for the less there Is to collect That: Mrs. Beaks doesn't know her The postal measured 2 by 3 feet was call between those hours duringthe
dust the better. own mind." of heavy cardboard and was sent by month of August and their complaints
Mr. Forsyth's fellow employees, who will be heard
"Perhaps not, but she knows
The floor should be either plain varnished every
would rather ]ose-a. little money on paid $l.ot to put it in the mail. WM. E. ANDERSON.A. .
them in ,reference to carrying them wood, with a few rugs on it, or bxly else's.-Harper's Weekly.What On one side was a small picture of a V CLIMBS, A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE t ,
()ver. Call and be convinced. a denim carpet tacked close to the walLThe II. G. EeSlLVA, 1
boat with
"Aunt" andUncle" stand-
bed is beSt'of iron or brass. as
4aug2w Board of .
Ins In the bow. Equalization.Read
It Is less apt to collect dust or dirt. A was the ad-
dress. On the other Look for the Trade Mark and
rover side was printed on 'Cap Label.
JUS. COLEMAN pretty can be made for It of dimity the new advertisement of The
the Best "
with ruffles at the edge, hanging "Welcome home, the entire side being Crystal Pharmacy in this issue.

p well! over the'side, 'but, clearing the covered by signatures and good wishes. y4

t 212S. Pakafox St. floor by several hes.DON'TS Beer Is Made Of Mr. Forsyth will have it framed. Bottled only by

The Pegs of Xerrfoandlaad.Newfoundland .
"Tronic Optional." Hygeia
Phone727.. Bottling Works
FOR THIN WOMEN. is famous for Its
PROCESS OF LEADING AMERICAN The dispatch that tells us that Lon ,
heavy fogs, which, under certain
---- don society men will wear blue even- conditions -
Don't walk to exee s. A short walk BREWERY IS THE STANDARD drift out to sea and make navi- 124
ing coats this E. Chase
to .
season goes on say."Trousers Street. Phone 587.
will' be beneficial but long walks are OF EXCELLENCE. I or knee breeches will beoptional" gation dangerous. It may be that you
flesh reducing. do not know why the fogs are so heavy
Don't strive for long waisted eQeets.The In the brewing of beer, as In the I It seems says the Boston there. They are caused by the mingling
manufacture of other products, thereis Globe, as if one or the othr were essential -
:.ThatMiserable longer you make yourself look the of the Arctic current with its
a standard of excellence. This '
thinner you will appear. Ice fields and Icebergs with the warm
standard Is the Pabst exclusive I
Don't' wear black. .Black has a tendency cess, and the recognized superior of The Sews From Peterfcof.What's waters of the gulf stream. This pro- I Safes The Victor Safe "i

to make any one look slender. all beers, in cleanness, purity, food I the news from Peterhof-from duces great masses of vapor, which ,
Light clothes are the most,becoming. value and refreshing, satisfying taste I quiet little Peterhof. when westerly winds prevail is car- Fire
Don't stay up late 'at'night. Get ai} I Is fabst: Blue Ribbon Beer.It From peaceful little Peterhof where ried out to sea but when the wind i is and Burglar Proof
i least nine houri'-good sleep. A woman may be true that some brewers What the double resides! guard about? And : from the south or the southeast! the

needs more sleep than a man and cheapen the cost of production an* wbat's the fighting hard about? I fog Is carried, In on the Island! covering -

I Manwe i nothing keeps her In, good condition thereby lower the'qull1tl of the*? And what's the bloody yard about? I I the bays and the headlands.
i I like lots of leep. product by use of, Inferior i Ingre- And what the row besides?
iI I These ingredients ar! the choicest ,
Don't wear stripes. 'Checks, plaids cis brewed from the purest, beet Ingre- Douma eh? D'ye mean to say bee I
I and horizohtal; effects better } knocked It in the head? I
.are for dents that money can buy o: produce.the .
I met on,the street yesterday i,i thin women. They should strive for ingredients which are essential Freedom. eh?has D'ye Bed mean? to say the. parliament OILCLOTH FOR 12 !-2c
L was no doubt as i'f. i becoming deceiving effects i* they''to the product' n of the be .: beer I Nicholas proud Nicholas, what dreanis
.. miserable as he looked study art In dressing at all j Three ingredients are the cto'cesf, are In your bead? PER
He had on too heavy a Don't forged that 'a well rounded figure .I imported hops, pure':water and Pabst I II I YARD
f. Suit This hot weatherwant makes* look '(exclusive eight-day malt grown fro:. II I What's the news from Peterhof-from
and Is restful
" you younger little Peterhof.
stand for Heavy the finest selected barley the
considered a mark of, beauty. Starchy >y From sweet. Edenic Peterhof. where
;. c'othlng. And no use to I I Pabst exclusive method of slow Nicholas '
be foods, massage, moderate exercise,rest I I retires?
miserable, anyhow, on growth I What's the din and roar about? And
''i account of hot weather and sleep mould produce this.. I Malt
grown by the rushed four- t+. because: there's only a method; the usual method in. breweries And .what the running gore about
U very few dollars between The Two Tra-relero. is Inferior malt because In the I And what areas the fires?
,, [A fable.l"In i I I
you and a thin comfortable unnatural development of the barley if Ii ,
' byron times it came to pan f i Joking eh* Dye mean to say be's canceled -
:: Suit that fits"you a. A tall giraffe and its vital food eleceats ue thrown off, -
a dwarfish ass : aU he said? hard find
t as well as this knd! of As fellow and lost "Pabf.4 4 It i.s. not to : the
traveler side by side as one eminent j: Joshing eh? D'ye mean to say it wasn'ton ,
weather. We have all Were Jogging through a country wide. scientist bas said, "retains all the! the dead? reason for,the amount of bus! .
:- the articles of dress for The ass wt ranch inclined to smile nourishment of the grain i& h's! exdu j Nicholas", weak Nicholas,-.what folly's in :
1 personal comfort during At his companion awkward style; sve! eight-day process .cf making I)I your bead? ness we do in Oil Cloth We
i< hot. summer days. His gnat Ions legs to criticise malt and therefore Pabst Blue R! bon. exactly the qualities and
And at his neck express surprise j What's. the news from Peterhof-from carry,
i In short, to Beer Is the richest as well as the little a r
WON'T YOU CALL AND spare no cruel hit cosy Feferhof. patterns that customers want-
t SEE Whereby he might display his wit cleanest hex in the world." From soothing little Peterhof, of which i
If: THEM Knowing these things to be true were often read? z and our prices are generallylower'
( But as they moved the region thtOUsL we can recommend Whose cone is- that his shield
Pabt Blue Kbben I upon ?
ft; The vegetation scarcer grew What is steeled 1 than others ask for the Bank .Safes and Vaults
fntfl upon the'attrUe ground Beer, as the clearest. purestmost : ? man that the Cossack i for sale byE
) sat'sfylng and I same goods. Give us a trial
But little else than stones most 7iaRhfu; '
were found, And why is Nicholas concealed In underneath -
\ And only on the tallest trees I beer brewed-the beer that should br. his bed? and be convinced that it will H. THURMANRoom
Grew aught that could their hunger ease kept In tie home. i .
: H. 0. ANSON And then. with famine be to interest to trade
worn away. Fighting eh? D'ye mean to ear btfa willed your at
, The hungry ass_was.forced to stay that blood be shed? 223 Brent Building
And watch his comrade eat the fruit Riots eh? D'ye mean to say the hope for
1! CASH CLOTHIER A dozen feet above the root. S. A. FRIEDMAN peace is dead*
- "Ah. ane," he cried, ""no more rn chaff. j 331 S. Nicholas, fool Nicholas how cheap you '
Ii Nor at your and figure laugh Palafox Phone 179 hold your head! PORTER'S BAZAAR
i ,toner Pilifu ud MaiD.I In truth. I find now,. after all. Pabst Blue peer Ctirk McAdam In St. Louis Post-Dis- j
r4 give my ears to be as talL"mS&.N Ribbw patch.: -
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m DIED[ AT T THE T-#* state Dallas democratic, Texas Aug.convention, M. 'The: **t I' C CARRIED OFFHONORS == ri! !

opened here today with seven *Killed One Man and Seriously Wounded I ...t i J
hundred delegates! present if \ [ Many Cities After Big Guns Given '
'itThe first session was devoted *

UNION[ fc- to preliminary! 'organiz tion.t. .. I Another at Brownsville== Will Be Re= H to Pensacola by the 11'
Judge Cockrell,.of Dallas, was *" .t i

** temporary The first chairman ballot for governor **I moved to Prevent Further 'Tro// le.I Government. : 'i j lj

;wilt hardly be taken beforre IN REGULAR ;. :
lento' of G. A. R. Succumb tomorrow afternoon. !
# In a speech" Senator' Bailey *I By Associated Press and became unruly, firing several Had full Company Was Best ;

During Big Gathering at **. had declared already that been William! determined J. Bryan **, Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 14.-Angered volleys down the main street. Drilled and Under Good MOVING EXPENSE : ) f

#' because of a search made in Frank iNatus, .a bar keeper, was .
on for the, next democratic SESSION
Minneapolis. % presidential nominee, which %I.their ranks in an effort to apprehendthe killed and Policeman doinga: seriously Discipline.TWO .

K' evoked wild applause. 7? negro who attacked Mrs. Leon wounded and his horse killed. Bullets Must Be Borne by City if it Would t >

C Evans at her home last Friday even entered many houses.

eitore of Evening Was CampFire P I'1K--f-H- >> ifdf i"'I ih 1FiFl1 tt ing, members of a battalion of negro The negroes belong to the twenty- OTHER COMPANIES OF Secure the Relics. i If 1
first regiment and a ,request has been Former Commissioner Johnson .
federal} troops at- Fort Brown,
made that they be removed to avoid! STATE TROOPS FROM WEST "

at Auditorium. SlEEPy S SUM IS I near here. entered Brownville to-day trouble. FLORIDA ALSO MADE GOOD Asks that Pending Suits QUESTION OF SECURING AND J d'j i; I f

Be Dismissed.


The board of county commissionersmet THE FORTS BEING CONSIDER. l'tt.l t 'h f
I in regular session last night ED
Peter Abt, sergeant major of the BY FINANCE COMMITTEE OF l' .
wtth all members, Commissioners
Third battalion of 'Florida State COUNIL. '.
THROUGH: YESTERDAY WITH LYNCHED If1 T TO fIRE UPON Avery, & inott, Steward, Wiggins, r'{ I (
Troops, returned yesterday from and !Andrews, present. 1.1.f f tl; J) }
GREAT SUCCESS.By CITY Tampa where he had teen attending ii' J,
A' treat deal of routine bnslnesj .1II II
the encampment of the state troops, Should the City of Pensacola fail to 1 ji .t L
was disposed of, but the chief feature } 1,1; !
states that it of the the
and was one grasp opportunity now offered to 1 I,
Associated Press C PTUREOBy PEASANTS most successful in the history of the of the meeting was the appear- secure the two large ten-inch rifles 4 j I '.'i ;3

yl nneapcl'. Minn., Aug. 14.-De- state, and that the militia of Floridais ance of former Commissioner Frank at Barrancas and iPlckens. it will. not {i t It i f
Race Horse Which Has Been !" f ;
spite a somewhat hot and sultry day on i : rapidly gaining back what it lost Johnson who addressed tbe board 'again have an opportunity of securing .1 h' f 4 .

of the various regiments Associated Press during the period after the SpanishAmerican with a request! that it dismiss the i relics of former of '
tip reunions; : Georgia Tracks Back By Associated Press I wars this class, r i ,, ;
planned for to-day were carriedthroagh Brought Greenwood, S. C., Aug. .--An attempt Odessa, Aug. 14.-General Kaulbajs war when little if any interest suits now pending against certain and at such a small expnse. Applications I tt ;'1'i' :

wish great success. Recep-I for Another Race. at criminal assault was made to-day issued an edict decreeing that. was shown by any of the com former commissioners for the recov- are being received almost daily :' : .
I to-day on Miss Jennie Brooks, the tployers indemnifying strikeis for
t..oJDoert'! also held by members of panies. ery of funds alleged to have been from many cities for guns of this: .
I, twenty year old daughter of J. P. days 'the latter had been on strike i: 4 ;
tee ladles of the Grand Army I Brooks, a prosperous merchant and hereafter incur penalties for 'so doing! Mr. Abt states that they were Illegally drawn 'by them. Mr. John- character, and in these cases the Ij'''t: i ti h, i
"Sleepy Sam, which! belies
a racer
W-men's Relief Corps and other or his name, reached 'Pensacola! yesterday -,, farmer near this place including the closing! of,, their fac- twenty-one companies In attendance. son's argument, which lack of space cities are willing not only to pay the Ir: ', '.

raimt'ons.: coming from Georgia where he,I The young woman was left in tories. The same edict enjoins the at 'the camp and of these the De- prevents publishing this issue, wasa cost of dismounting and removing, ': f.
charge of the store, and a negro after inhabitants from whom 'has
A feature of the evening was ala won many- laurels and incidentally' money Foniak< company under command of very logical one and he demonstrated -but also the freight and any other : '
making a purchase seized a large ben extorted by anarchists, to re- l;i':
much the tracks in' that Capt W. W. of that the commissioners ;
] -re camp fire held in the audi money on kndfe and threatened her. She mad? port the tact to the police. Flournoy formerly very clearly expenses.The

tcnum: which packed that structure morning state.: The., coming an'tnal consigned arrived yesterday to CoLSam : a desperate attempt to defend herself Reports from southern and southwestern this city made the best allowing, bay had been acting In good faith government has presented : ::i t
with an iron bar. but the negro of the Interior the full drilled and drew the It was, these two Pensacola t1.
?o s> utmost capacity.umerous Rosenau, and ?s now stabled! and parts say ing a company finely when they money. guns to provided "t;; ";:" ,
slashed her throat and nearly S Ve1'edtwo' peasant disorders are spreading. The UDdfei after discussion, decided to the they be '.
addresses were made. being put In conditlo for future ran?:s )good discipline. The were two lay removed within a reason- {" !

Two more members of the Grand I this month in Pensacola.One I posse of her U fingers.A in pursuit. and the negro orders troops but passively refuse to obey fire all upon other the other companies from this section of matter over until the next meeting. abe! time, and also provided that the ;- H 1 '' '

Army died to day, making three since Sam" of the events in which "Sleepy will probably be lynched if captured.! pt'ai.e.nts.T (the state at the encampment one Among other important matterswas carriages be purchased at a very L' ;0'' l

;he be;nning cf the encampment. J. "Chocolate will participate Drops the is a race fast against mare from .Marianna and tbe other from instructions to the county attor- nominal cost, about $35 each, and the ;::1, :

H. Burke, of Burlingsamc, Kan- own-ad by Raymond Waters. This I Apalachicola and both made a fine ney to address a letter to Capt. J. B. finance committee of the city council It- t:i, '

tas fll dead: of apoplexy! and George race has been arranged for several showing among the.other troops. Cavanaugh, U. S. Engineer, regard- now has the matter under consid- .j !/. ; .

A Smith cf Xew York was knocked days .and will be 'run probably Friday MEEKER HEADS T TOIMCICITK The encampment.continued for onearid' ing the the Perdiilo removal Railroad of some bridge piling overBayou' in ,eration and will report at the next :;. I.
or as .toon,as the local track is .
meeting to
wee& 'much i formation secured as whether or not the city '
al'.*a by a horse and died of concur: in good condition. > was Chico, so that clay for road ;

Eon of the brain.NEVS The horse was. brought here from by the men participating, especially building amId be lightered down can spare the funds necessary to purchase .t;

Georgia especially for the race with as to camp life and regular from the head of the bayou. the carriages, and if so the '. :,!

I : "Chocolate Preps:: ," as the owners of S SOCIALISTTICKET GARBAGE duty. Commissioner Wiggins was aUthor-,:mayor will request the army officials ,
\ Of THE I ized to make a contract for building .
the latter
believe that she can .defe t from Gonzalez station to the to allow! the cannon to remain! wheT f
: the a road
sleepy one with ease, although hard read, the cost not to exceed they are until the city is in position ''
MIMOR i the failed to do so in the racy: ,,'hl:.:. l
COURTS I was run here ;about .two months IC COLLECTION $260.00. i to remove them. 1.I
.... since. It is stated that the race will! TODAY OF F J.. E. Concannon & Co., were the It is the desire of many to see these ,' i
lowest bidders and were awarded the
be for a large purse and muc'j Interest contract for supplies! for the count two immense guns, with their carriages :; i t ;f'

Reorder Laney had thirty-five dePendants is being manifested by the horse poor farm for one month. secured and mounted in the .: ,'r i 7

before him in the municipal; lovers of the city. The board will meet on the first plaza one on each side of the monument ; :;;; iI

war: ) yesterday morning for trial. Oft "Sleepy, of Marianna Sam" is,owned and it by is L. TV.Crow PUBLIC DEBT T TNO Tuesday in next month to consider The guns are of the ten inch i!1-: f '.

:s number five cases were contin- that he 'stated Has Been Nominated for Congress applications of liquor licenses. which have been J f .;
n'il, r sentence suspended in two casts won every wee he entered on New Contractor Has Made Bond muzzle loading type
and fines Imposed amounting to J94 the Georgia tracks .with ease and In converted into eight-inch rifles, but in'J\{ : '

Several jail sentences were imposed good time.MONEYFOR. From the Third Congressional!! and It Will Be Approved at MANY LISTENED asmuch as all muzzle loaders are now !jj I:;

tspoa; parties who are fr quent defendants the 'is '
being condemned government (
DistrictT. I
before An the Interesting court Case. Special {Meeting. ATTENTIVELYTO presenting! them to cities as relics, !,; ',' ::

The recorder rendered his decision and they can be seen in many promi- .'*!: t :
m the THE B. 'Masker, of iFlensacola, bears The contractor will today and 4: f frqnares. f'
case of Zan Sarra and W. H new garbage I rent cities mounted in parks .
I.atciinson, the distinction of heading the social'tat I cf the removal and Associated Press. .' 4 j
charged with charge
fighting ori ticket in the Third Congressonal: : REV. J. BARNEY BUTLER LAST Each of the cannon weighs I-
street car. of which. disposal: of garbage, and the Board of sub-
Mr. Serra war of Florida. He has been Rio De Janeiro. Aug. 14.-The sixteen tons and the maKes also 4' ;
wmdactor He fined the latter 510 District ,'Public Works, in order that 'he may NIGHT AT THE TENT
nominated by his party to oppose committee of the International American each. The latter 'I.
sixteen tons
aj: scharged Mr. Hutchinson. Mr start out under bond, will probablyhold weigh
Stn COMING COMIC Congressman Lamar and any others! Conference on the Drago doc MEETJNG.I steel and :, j
gave notice of' appeal from the a meeting to-day at noon and approve are of wrought iron copper. j ,
d<<-son: of the court, and later went. voted for in the general election official and his bond, which has been filed trine to-day agreed on a resolutioneven The city: has secured bIds for the removal !i '
before the county authorities and his name will appear. upon with the city! clerk for the faithful more general than the one on of tbe cannon and carriages J

Irma made an affidavit charging Mr. Hutch. ballots congresKonal in November.The : ticket is the only I performance of the work. the program. It recommended that I Many were present and listened attentively and mounting them in the plaza, thso ;' I
with assaultwith 1 The contract becomes effective today to Rev. J. Barney Butler
a knife
the and PAR OE so far out by the socialists.! each American nat'.on at its discretion r't t
one put Is
lowest of which f535.
I contractor, Carr is to
aif56 will be tried : but they expect to have a state and,receive.the sum of 1425 per month request The Hague tribunal to the corner of Garden and DeVll-; The mayor at a recent meeting of : ,
The Jim Crow Low. county ticket as welLMr. I[: from, the city for performing: the I study the questions of forcible! collection lier! streets and the interest seems the council reported regarding the ," I",I.i

Thcjm Crow law had another --r .Hannah's. Meeker drug who store holds and a cleck.shipin is well]+j i work of public: debts and pecuniary to be increasing with each successive amount necessary to secure the ca&j!j '
und in the I I I The city has been removing the later announced that meeting. I I :
claims. It was '
municipal court
iar! morning when Mary Sims,yester a ne- Will Be Raised by Giving a Seriesof known throughout socialist the and city beHeves,:is an that en-I i garbage for the past month, and the I I.Uruguay withdrew from the agreement Last night Mr. Butler had as his non and it was the opinion of some }i
n *' arraigned upon the thusiastic service has been the most satlsfac-I I but it is stll! believed the text, "If any are not found written of the aldermen that the city! co-ild j
fharge of seating herself in a com Dances at Electric his party \Is rapidly coming to the!tory.I ever rendered but owing resolution will be adopted. in the book of life, be shall be cast not at this time spare the funds but"; ; .
: For long period he was secretary -
ferment in the car other than that front. a local social organization'a fact that it seriously interfered with into the burning fire." The text was when It becomes known that the cannon ;. 1
Dmvided:. for colored of the ]r the street building and repairing, it one which was handled in a powerful I
people, and re- Park.lone'1 the list the forts that can "
position which is now held by Geo.' are :at
ang; to change her seat when not!- became necessary to award the con- HOLY DAY OF manner by Mr. Butler, and his Hsten- '
lied R. Smith. |[ be secured It is probable that there < 1 :
by the sonductor. The woman t I i tract to an outsider. It is expectedof ers were much impressed. One of
tx on the car down town Monday! ) for the comic parade, whichIs Mr. Meeker was first placed in1,, the new contractor that he con his striking sentences was: ?If hellfire will not be much opposition! : to the J
Pensacola social-
tight and when she refused to get to precede the grand mystic parade nomination by nomination the endorsed Untie;f the same service as has been OBLIGATION 'Is figurative language what then movement to secure them at ones. t J

Into the portion: resenfor colored next Mardi Gras is to be raised by ists the and this of was the party at'' rendered by thecity carts. roUt the real hell be." I lOne citizen ve&terdayf speaking c;, f I
maple she was arrested Officer the Clerks Benevolent Association by by The meetings! ara held nightly at t i
I Chicago, and he was immediately of the matter stated that Pensacola, 4t
J.bendge making the arrest giving, a series; of dances and entertainments 7:30 o'clock and a cord'al invitation. 1
tomplalnt! of the conductor upon at Electric Park 'notified. ? I, CLAIM THAT THE MASSES WILL BE SAID AT THE is extended to all of all other cities; with her history i j
at the every
of the socialists for
,1 l
:on depot The nominee I and record of wars upon wars, should
After hearing a portion Thursday night which will not. cnl/ CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN
.' born' !In Tex.,
the go to swell the fund but congress was I at least have some relic of these contests '
testimony it was deedided; to will a so STORE IS SOLVENT
in 1861 and lived in Texas for many TO-DAY. RIOT IN SPAINOVER t t' ,
'tea.r mOre provide amusement. PENSACOLA : :
witnesses during the
and the case remainder moving to (Florida eighteen mounted in the plaza. ; ;
years c '
Continued until this morning. of the summer:for the young -- :
A years ago, ten of which he has spent ,
Bunch people.
of "Crap" Shooters. I in Pensacola holding various positions TAXA1 ION a .
dgeiche1sen The By Associated Press THE MAYOR WILL WRITE <
clerks who have
aged .had.bunch of al decided to To-day Is the Feast of the Assumption -
crap shooters before him for a give this parade have' as yet no Chicago, Aug. 14.-Judge Betheacf of the Blessed Virgin and a Holy I GOVERNOR BROWARD TODAYMayor '
6retimjna: the ""federal court issued ,
ry trial yesterday afterncoYh funds on hand as a starter, and In- a the Catho- i!
: Day of Obligation -----
he1n "":core : asmuch as it Is the Intention to temporary order prohibiting all par- By Associated Press. ,
eght' who were corral'.e. make AFTER CHARTER OFSTREET lics through 1 the would, and special! .
t from with Bliss stated last night In reference
ties interfering the _
ratd made by the officers'on the parade a feature! it will ne> said at the churches.! Madrid: Aug. H.-1A r'ot occurred ; ,
f will be
( e in ly cause the expenditure of ces'3ari1! Milwaukee: Avenue Cooperar- masses I to-day at Cycl'n over local taxation.! to the debate between Gov. a
t'UrTe8 SatUrday progress on one of the sum of money and the clerks are now' RAILWAY tive store, of which a majority of the in 'P nsacola.At church mass will The mayor and aldermen were stoned! .'croon Brovard and Hon. John B I!
a owned Stens- alderman
four about to get busy I and one was ettabbe&C4
raising a portion cf Massat
were and High
1t>n held discharged and: I t land of the Milwaukee Avenue State be said at 6:30 a. moo -il guards fired on the crowd, 20th of this month, .but which was
... to the criminal court I this.A comic parade Is very much desired -I I By Associated Press.. ''Bank. The order was Issued at the 9 o'cock- Vespers wilt} be at 7:30: ,wounding severalORDERED postponed; on account of the necev \ .

as one of the Mardi Gras attractions Albany, N. Y., Aug. 14.-A petition request of counsel representing the p. m. masses will. sary departure of Mr. Beard, that he ,: '' i :;
TEMPERATUREOF office of-the state directorrs of the store who maintain! At StMichiel's cbtpch intended writing Governor Broward ?
I and .is. will help fit: In- the was received at the -'hours. '
time between the arrival cf the king? attorney general to-day from :\yWam that the store is solvent be said at the same! RELEASE regarding the matter this morning ; ; t F-1.

at noon one day'and the mystic pa- J. Foley, of Brooklyn, requesting that CAN PLACED I land would allow! tbe governor to sag' ;; !' i\
87 DEGREES rade on the following day action be commenced to annul the WASTE PAPER FROM SING I SING gent a date for the debate. t
; charter of the Brooklyn Heights Railroad FLORIDA POSSE IN FRONT OF POSTOFFICEA The mayor dd! not receive Mr \ 't
Company, which operates the Board's l letter until yesterday afternoon rj -1, ,,i

Pt'I1lacola.s BOAT CAPSIZED Brooklyn transit lines, for chargingten AFTER CRIMINAL big can, suitably lettered, has although it was mailed the day -. '.' srevious.
yesterday! maximum temperature ; cents, fare on the lines to Coney been placed on the sidewalk in froof -', By Associated Press. I i' ..jl'r
'flOCk, was 87 degrees at 1:30' Island. the post office, and , expectedthat New York, Aug. 14.Charles .1 }
fr.bureau P. m., according to the weath-, DEPASS: DROWNED I I persons! will deposit there all the Browne, former examiner Of situ In:' BUSINESS DULL WITH i tI ( tJ!;;
"h1ch records. The minimum! A NEW WALTZ SONG BY i By Associated Press. I I waste paper and old. letters they the government custom service was THE DOG CATCHER l' t
occurred j {
at 6 a. m., was 76 i Jacksonville The has
'trees. A PENSACOLA COMPOSEROne Fla Aug. 14.1 An unknown usually throw away. can ordered released from Sing Sing a :
unaximtt r on the same date By Associated Press man entered the home of I been placed there by the Board of a I !
t"ess and was 86 de- (tArchr Fla., Aug. ,14.=Major S. C. of the most melodious and Henry Davis, a farmer, near Baldwin !Public Works owing to the fact that prison; by Judge Hough of the Un'.te<<1 Business was dull yesterday with : j ;{t '

Scoo rding the minimum 77 degrees. Depass was drowned In a sawgrass catchy waltz songs issued 'recentlyhas this morning, struck him In the parties walking out of the postoffice States court to-day on a writ of the city dog catcher and up to last .1'
to the weather map tem- been published by W. P.: Loven- head with an axe and attempted criminal with envelopes and mail matter they habeas corpus. Browne was recently night that individual had succeeded -J--' 1
tee reof 90 degrees and overt]I pond near here while fishing this a*, dahl, of this city, entitled ?My Lily assault on Mrs. Davis. Davis H do not want proceed to scatter it all brought: from Canada and taken direct : lassoing and bringing! to Jail only :f I .
few numE'rousIonday., only at|ternoon. He was in a boat with. BelL" )lr. Lovendahl composed' both in a critical condition. A posse is In over the streets. They will now be two measley looking curs. :f :
ired being use reported. Miles City re'l Judge Chamberlain when the boat, the words and music of the song, ,pursuit! of the fugitive with dogs but expected to deposit the waste paper( to prisonCounsel claimed this These were locked np awaiting the
gees. higbest temperature, of 100j capsized. Judge CtnamberlaJn wu which bids fair to become. extremely. it is. not known whether the man is In the can, as it is-against the city |was in violation of. the extradition I arrival of an owner, but none ap. i ,

.I rescued. I j LdFdar white or black.rJf.f .ordiaaacRsa4 do otl 7Wise. I treaty rw ., peared. f 'I:|


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WE HAVE SOME CHOICE New City Lots Real_Estate Real Estate Good Investments

$1750-Lots 6 to 10. inclusive. Block
INVESTMENTS FOR MEN: 92, New City-some at, the
Are Going Up East
prettiest building lots oa
[ ml!. I
Kapfrian's Park containing a splendid six room d welling
WITH SOME 11250-Nice residence on South side
MONEY 12th ,$7,850.00 baseball and shooting grounds, dancing partition and racetracks
of Cervantes between with over 100 acres of land .. u .. .. .. .. .. ..$26000
I and 13th Avenues.
Better buy now if you ,want a building $2000 South half of. Block 10. New takes a close in corner 120x150on Large brick building on' South Palafox street, SPLENDID INVESTMENT

That b not paying them at least ten per cent Pen. lot in the most beautiful part of City Tract west side elf Palafox St .,. ., .. ..' ....... .. ... .'. .. ._. ".. ._..$12500
sacola real estate is gilt edged and growing better .the city for they will cost a. good deal $1200-Bock: 279, New City Tract, This semi-central business

every day. Are you an owner of some of it? If you more in the winter than now. They property.. is sure profit to the Large two story dwelling on the northwest corner of Intenden-

will permit us to suggest it would say that you are good investments too aside from purchaser. Let us show you. cia and Reus Sts., lot 85 ft by 140 ft.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...4500
cannot afford to wait longer before buying: safe vacant being pretty home sites. ThInk over
improved property it you would take' ad- these bargains: We hare several ,nice houses and Valuable business! lot on Palafox St. just south of Masonic
vantage of the present rise. The increase In value Two lots, East Jackson corner lots in any part of the City to suit Temple opposite new Blount building 30 ft by 182 ft.. .17000

will be "easy money" and no small amount Let us 18th avenue.. .. .. .. .. ,...$ 850 our customers. W'3 will be glad, to
show some business property or residential! Two lots, East DeSoto .overlooking have them ca.llon us.McDavidByer. Twocottages. splendid renters, renting for $14 per year, at
property you on East and North Hills bayou, between 17 $8,000.00 No. 228 West .Zarragossa........ ... ... .. ... ... ... ...1250

4 and 18 avenues.. .. .. .. .. 500 For 60x120x90 East
on Wright
Santa Rosa Sound knownas
Four That beautiful property situated on
lots East block
Strong, one
I from bayou ..... .. .. .. .. 1000 Company street two near three Union: Depot A the Clausen Place lot 1200 feet front fronting both Pen-
One-fourth block corner 16 Ave. ,. or strong building on, sacola Bay and Santa Rosa Sound containing three dwellingswith
this this will handsomery
pay you
I and 10th St, right'on car'line 1250 I -besides it will a lot.of household goods.s000Two
ork. enhance -
Agents New

Pensacola Investment Company .. i Lots. facing...south. s._ '_on.'.."Oporto"Square .. ..- ,.' 900 Life Insurance Company. in value each year. story brick! building on Zarragossa St. near Palafox St ..10,500

4 lots, corner 18th Ave. and 15th Two story dwellins at No. 1005 North Davis St.. .. .. .. .. 1800
St.. .. .. _. .. .. .. .. ?... '900 8 E. Government ,Street
A. H. ALEMB lTE. City Manager.W. .
,<" Block 299, New City_..;:..i. 1200A
Phone 700. p'ensacola Fla.
J.LITIUMAN>; Y..Fres. and Gen. Mani tr. KNOWLZS MEd, Trtuorer.Kael WITH US FOR QUICK RE
Estate, Loans General Investments houses on East Hill for $120'a ,

215 South Palafox. Street Pensacola' Florida. year for a sacrifice$700 of InvestmentsTwo 9 Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.


'-List your property with me for sala.we houses on N. "B" St., between LS.Brown&Co.
collect rents and make prompt re- Jackson and Gadsden Sts.. renting for "7I

HELP WANTED I Wanted 8 turns. We can pace your money at $8.00 a month and in the best cond'-! -

per cent on good security. lion; also good renters u .. $650.001 I j "WE SELL LOTS." I L For Sale
A."ITE-Flrst: class cook. Ap l; WA.1\'TEID-U once position as cir-
(Mrs A. M. McClure, CommercialHotel I cular saw filer.'Address. N. B.. leave Three houses and large lots on the _. $$12000.00

107,E. Intendencia. 14auglm Journal. 12aug3t* corner of Cevantes and Coyle; houses FOR SALE-Half block on East Hill

I LESLIE E. BROOKS. In good condition and renting: for $15 Phone 918. Thiesen Building- Cheap if sold at once. A. B. C., carP.
'TED-Ca.shier; must be experi- WANTED room house modern im- JournaL 15auglw
month.. .. .. .. .. ..$1400.CO
enced and competent Apply to provementa;; well located. AddressA. iPhees 411 Flsiier iuIWlng a ', 91 feet front by 500 feet

Pensacola Electric Co., cor Main and H. Baker P. O. Box 194, City. FOR SALE-Coal or wood cooking: 2 house with 14
Jefferson Sts. llauglw, 11 aug. I range with 40 gallon boiler attachedfor deep. story.
r. sale reasonable if sold at once. rooms, with water connec-
;WANTED-Moler system of barber (fWANfraD-Middle: : age colored woman MlsecllanoousARCHITECI'URE $1000 tfaone 882. 15aug2t tiqfcs. Suitable for
college located in fourteen leading to do general house work and residenceon ,; large
A nice two story
cities! wants men to learn barber, live on 'premises good home right 7-room I I brand light pulling >- family or hotel. Known as
Plans specifications North Hill; lot 48Vi ft by 150 will buy a splendid house with five FOR SALE-A new
trade. Scholarship includes tools tui-I party. Mrs. J. A. Billingsley 23,8 W. deep. South front line excel- rooms and hall also other Improve- skiff will sell! cheap. ApplySegari's : the Anson residence at
tion. diplomas positions and board if,Government Oaug2 w of modern homes' drawn to su t on car ; I Big
desired. Few weeks completes little' the most fastidious. Store fronts and!lent nefghborhood. Will loan $3000.00as I ments. Lot 100 by 110; room on this bath house. loauglt Bayou.
l! public buildings drawn subject to ap' part purchase money..i4500 I lot for another house. For an investment
expense. Write for catalogue. New WA.'TED-Wbite .
lady wanting posiI -
Orleans La. Ilaug6t I II' proval. Chas. W Howe Bagdad FU. this is a bargain. East Hill FOR S.A.LE-We ,have the following: Apply to
as chambermaid
laundry or I J. A. WILSON & CO, good secondhand.. machines for
',office work:, please call or address 424 2auglm J. W. Bullock Jr. Real Estate Age-its. prompt sale: Williams No. 2, $20;
HELP WANTED An experienced installment -]W. Government St llauglw* Mrs. Aline Anson
solicitor and collector. Address -:I THE PATRONAGE of the travellns JERNIGAN LIVERY STABLES. Bag- Salisbury Bldg. Room 7. Phone 172. Chicago (new) $25; Fox $35; Dens- ,

H. A. Care Journal 9auglw] public solicited. Good teams politdrii'era. dad, Fla. Carriages meet all trains Cor. Government and, Deluna Sts. I more. :No.4. $40; Remington No.6 L, Care M. E. ClarLFORSALE
i $42.50; Fay Sholes No. 6, $21.50;
I Z. D. Adair Feed and Livery single or double teams n'.tht or day Box 173. Phone 637 C. Smith $45; Underwood (new)' $80;
ACTIVE MAN WANTED to adver-,{l stable. Ponce deLeon, Fla. 20julylmWANTED. to any point Best service; rates reasonable Board and Rooms. also World's Famous Visible Stearns
j tise, exhibit goods and manage lauglmF.
Pensacola Typewriter
always new,
( branch of mail house.! Real ROOMS -Best in
large order Estate Tor sale or FURNISHED city. 313 Brent Building
Salary $18 per week expenses p '.d.1 I rent learn or exchange. Your business J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well Transient solicited. Mrs. Preston, 14 Exchange
Permanent position with advancement -] respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil drillers for saw mills and turpen- 128% East Government opposite aug.

Honesty more essential than; son. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government tine stills especially. Geneva Ala., opera house. hang' FOR SALE.-.,Runabout, in good condi _
experience. National Co.. 720 C est-I street Room 1, Salisbury and Graceville Fla. Prepared to putwells tion.! Cheap if taken at once. Address,

cut street, Philadelphia Pa. aug. building. Phone 172. 23Jan from 4 to 12 inches diameter FO RHENT-Rooms cheap; real new. R. F. D. No. 1, Box 43, City. I
and from 100 to 1600 feet depth.-Satisfaction 0, clean furnished rooms suitablefor The building corner of

WANTED cook and gardner at WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer guaranteed. 19june3ms light housekeeping on the hill. Location FOR SALE-Three nice wooden bedsteads I' Garden and Baylen Sts. re-
once. Apply 229 N. Sprng: St J II Co.-wants year moving and baullnj. high and healthy. Close to car ; nice as new. Apply 333 K.:I ,
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tfior. NOTICE-Having installed machinesfor line. Privilege of phone. Apply 314 Romana St la7w4NDER :, centty occupied by St. An-

WANTED-Carpenters to know that sen. Prop. Phooo 978. ISJunelm the manufacture of galvanized -- r11. E. Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug GASOLINE ENUt.\"Es-1 thony's Hospital. Bids so-
the new local 1159 U. B. of C. andJ. iron cornice skylights, cornice: 'gut I
of A. meets second and fourth Wednesdays -I', WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers terse circular mouldings etc.. I am now / N NN Nm FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with It you need an afford engine for overlook your new I licited for its purchase subject -

at old armory building, room]i at 5c a bundle. Apply at this of prepared to do sheet metal work of privilege of light housekeeping; on boat you"can't to I.hel 2i i to prompt removal of
Marine 1 to
"Wonder. engines %
1.' and that the charter is stll: open.'' all car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson St
fice. They are whole clean and all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction I
P. 1 6 H. P. Lfght- from
W. N. Lounsberry Business Agent nice. assured. Estimates cheerfully :27Julylm* H. Stationary % to building present site.
22julylm. I est engine on the market for its pow
given on work in or outside the city..
Circular free. Ed B. Banks. Pen-
ROOMS FOR RENT: -1 or 2 newly er.
7ED-Carrlages: repaired and re Chas B. Vetter IS W. Intendencia. A
W.Ut'TED-Carrler boys at The Journal furnished front rooms; southern exposure -sacola Fla. Phones 1377 and 577.
painted; floats built to order; horse Phone698. Zomaylm
office. I ; privilege of phone; few steps 22julylm. '
shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car. John E. Stillman
from Palafox. 106 E. Intendencia.
i riage Co. 27feb If you will look around the house FOR SALE 111 acres excellent pine ,
WANTED reasonable. Call
at Mrs.
Everyone to Snow that $3500For Rates Nordstrom's -
The Sheet Ir I you will! find a lot of ways in which 9 :No. apple and orange land on Jupitet 'Chairman Board of Governors
Journal has nice clean old pa- H. ALF"tAN-Tln. Copper and Millinery Store 11 E. In- ,
river excellent market close to
pers for sate cheap. Only five cents 1 t r Iron Worker cornice work and aky'lights you can use old newspapers. Youcan beautiful 6-room Cottage with tendencia St. 2SJuly ; ;
; a
Lundle. guttering{ buy them in any quantity at this road; 3 miles from ocean; some rai1-1 Osceola Club
a a specialty; roofing all modern improvements and 3 large provements; healthy locality.
I office. They are put up bundle Old newspapers at live cents a bundle
and repairing 315 South Palafox St
Phone 560; residence phone 1316. convenient to carry and sold at five lots on East Hill near Public Square. at this office.: They are all clean J. F. Benefield. Aycock Fla.

WANTED 2Junelm. cents per bundle. and nice. FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters:! ; For Sale.FOR .

one with capacity for 75 thousand ft
J. H. PORTER sallmaxer 716 South
:ANT.FID-Al1. carperters' Pensa I WANTED-secoud* hand sacks :r allj;I Palafox street Orders taken for MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST lumber the other thirty thousand ca SALE-$6.00 cast net only used
in : wanted. If Money to Loan. Rates reasonable. Also two
descriptions out town'
of pacity.
OF INTEREST. one day in perfect condition Willccll
cola to be at S. B. A.. No. 1 hail tents awnings camp stools and house MARKET
ship them to us; if in town ring us'up skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft long for four dollars.! Phone
West Zarragossa street Palafox cots. etc Prices reasonable. 31Jan.. MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATEIN
near I at No. 334, or bring them to us : 5 ft beams. Telephone or write J. A. 14aug.
street, at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday Aug I at corner of Chase and Alcaniz Sts.I THIS CITY BOUGHT AND SOLD.I MONEY LOANED on real estate and Chaffln & Co.. Milton Fla. 25mar
15, to learn something to their interest SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie,:
I personal property on short notice.
F. S. Mellen & OF THE MAXENT
28July ALL
ing &; Co. wholesale and retail I ana FOR SALE-5,600 mill
ship Terms easy. J. W. Bullard 28& SouU FOR SALE-Unproved unimproved acres timber.
R. BURNS A.1IoTED-AU 'owners or poultry to chandlers grocers only first-class WEST OF "C" STREET NOW FOR Palafox St Phone 1144.I property in all parts of the city. Also Turpentine Location. Write

President D. C. know that we are agents for the celebrated house of kind in city Fair prices to alt SALE. J. A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate Agents. for' schedule. Owner care Pensacola

Conkey's Poultry Remedied. I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone Journal. 10aug2w

BRING YOUR BRIEFS MANUscripts -' Guaranteed to cure, rape cholera CARRIAGES repaired'and,rep&lnteFloats' 4 "i ..: : per cent U you have any that you 172.' 23jan
and other forms of stenographic gape and to kill Seas 1'ce and mite built to order: Horse shoeing want interest on. see me about it It
work to the Pensacola Type' Also their wonderful egg producer F. a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SALE-Two return Tubular Boilers HOTELS.OLD .

writer Exchange or 'phone 1369 S. Mellen &; Co. Phone No. 334. Co. 27feb Fisher Real Estate Agency security. Leslie E. Brooks Fisher 50"x14' ready for i immedlatee de
Roopt 313 Brent Building. ISapr. building Phone 462. livery. Apply to M. F. Gonzalez & Co. MILL INN-On bay front Opens

I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP= COLLECTION OF RENTS A S juts, June 1. Large airy and delightful.
W\\NTED-F'lRSTeCL.\.SS hat cleaning I Willie 'Mima, Proprietor. Furniture MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows ly cooL Good fishing, bathing: ant
Old hats made new. Cleaning, FOR RENT : repairing of all kinds carpets SPECIALTY. money from Jno. A. Hall & FOR SALE-Second nand 25 1L P. boating. First class table. On electric

pressing and blocking. Satisfaction laid furniture packed for shipping Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. Co. 14% E. Government St When innee'd New boiler.Method Will Laundry13Apr1 sell cheap. Apply to car line, 15 minutes ride from citr.
guaranteed. Panamas, 50c. Straws.I FOR RE.TI-Flv-e rooms furnished or Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing.22April;' call on us. Regular boarders a,:d transient

'25c; Pelt 35c; Derbys.: 25c. Victor unfurnished large porch facing REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- Terms reasonable. Address Old Milt
LoW 100 E. Intendencia street All I south. City, water. Apply 501 West MONEY LOANED on all kinds of pereoaal ley, making connections with mail Inn Pensacola. Fla. Omar
come in. 24july1mWANTED.Afl *, Chase or phone 323. 12aug I MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE A GOOD BARGAININ property on short notice. launch for points on St Andrews bay.._-- --- --
Mattresses made to order; old ones Terms e&SJ.- B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Extra teams for traveling Cool I BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak SprlngiGood !
: klnos of electrical I FOR RFD..T-The second floor of the renovated New ticks, famished. REAL ESTATE Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb horses, comfortable,vehicles. Call 11 I beds airy rooms, elegant

work. I sell all kinds of electrical brick building ort the southwest Second hand furniture bought and 4 lots 40x150 feet UNLIMITED amount 01 to or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley meals; free bath and sample rooms.
other electrical corner of Baylen and Intendencia sold. Upholstering and repairing money loan Special attention to
batteries and aupplle sone. 2 facing south on Brainard. kinds of personal Telephone No 74. 28apr traveling men.
When. you need me ring 345 or 955. Streets. Apply Hooton' & Watson the 114 E. Bel ont St, city phone 77L 2 fa.cing'north on Loyd.Twostory on all to business property. Rates 200 per day. J. R. Brown

B. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build- leading Real Estate,Agents. Davis Mfg. Co.. C. T. Davis Mgr. dwelling containing six loans.Special The rates New York Loan men Co.on. 20'large FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin I Prop.

tng. H.' Garden. ISdec. aug 101215. large airy rooms with pantry, china South Palafox. pine timber. Turpentine places and. HOTELS AND BOARDING
i TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. closet! and, bath room; also severalout saw mills In op(1"at'on.lso excel HOUSES
WANTiD-The: public to know that FOR RENT-Two new modern 5-room Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and houses. All under fence and in lent tracts of stumpage. Turner &I -Before laying your carpet or matting .
v. can do all kinds of repairing houses on North Spring street at I repaired on short notice. No. 11% first-class- condit'on.: Will sell entire Aymard. Real Estate Agents, Box 115 buy a supply>> of old newspapersto
float building norse shoeing etc. J. $20.00 each. Fisher Real Estate West Government St. Pensacola. Fla. property for $3,000. If purchaser desires Nice clean old papers DeFuniak Springs; Fla. 20julyFO put underneath and protect it Only
:G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27feb Agency. auglO Idee. can pay half cash, balance on five cents a bundle at this office.

':WANTED.-The public to know that easy terms._ Apply ,to for sale at this RSALE-Plantation containing, 231 HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all
FOR RENT-Two fine stores on E papers, I acres, 155 acres improved; 7-roorn tbe
old newspapers can be bought at Government opposite opera house THE JOURNAL BY CARRIER, 10 E. L. REESE, house; good water. 7 miles south oftarWlna. year. American and European pD
this office for five cents a bundle. They Formerly occupied: by The Journal office. :\ $3000 cash A. Purdee Special summer rates. Frat; -clasa In
are all clean and nice. Lee Daniel. lOaug 03-35 SOUTH PALAFOX ST I Ij IReaJ Estate Agent; Counsellor Law every respect Pleasant and conven

\ Editor and Publisher of The West lent Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop, Pea- I
WANTED*-A. R. BIngham wants FOR I sacola. Fla.
RENT-Two nicely furnished Florida Bugall. Marianna 15apr
your moving and hauling. He guarantees rooms good exposure; privilege of WRITE WANTAD HERE. '%4. Fla.lbjuly Box CHIPLEY HOTEJ Can
YOUR SeVerltnd.
all breakage. Phone 630. l:ght housekeeping. Apply 323 West I Prop. Special attention to commer-

MATTRESSES RENOVATEDNew Chase street. 9auglw FOR SA.LE-Xew 8,room: houseb cial travelers. Free sample and bath

'tick furnished if desired. Guaran FOR RENT-One story" cottage 22 E. Send it to The Joumal. ffice day or night. When you need hell have anything A Ueen bargain 9th If and sold 10th at ave.once., on Apply 16th $2 rooms. day Large rooms with good beds.

laid teed. If Crapet desired.taken Leave up and orders matting at Garden St Apply to Walker Ingra to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything try a want ad They do the(I address .gives V 24julyFOR per ISmarla
ham. at Star'Laundry. 2aug BAY HOTEL.-Open
l Green & WaUon. Phone 193. 7mar work. SALE-Small stock merchan night and day.
I II European plan. Rooms
dine lea box light and
FOR RENT-Large' 11 room house! scales; show cases clean. Transient trade {
WANTED-We want your orders for etc, on MUlview hard solicited.
road at
240 E. Intendencia. Apply to.Fisher I city 575-579 8. Jas.
I Palafox. ,S.
1S07 Art CalendarsOver 300 original limit Can continue to Nicolas
Real Estate Asency. lang SIX j I :ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. building. Prop.H.TEL.
designs to select from. AU Telephone in store Call or 'address

I prices. Mayes Printing Co, Pensacola. FOR RENT:Nce! 7_ room house. 311 .,. F. N. Athey Care"Merchants Hotel VERNON-Rates 12 per day.
I, Utah East Romana St, $1300 per month.I 9aug2t* Special rate by week. Special attentlon

J. A. Wilson &' Co., Real Estate and' to traveling men. Free sample

Ar-"TED-One: double spindle shap- Rental Agents. 22 U W. Government: THE LAUNCH LeCLAIR for sale. 25 room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin Prop.
:- ere One swing saw; 1 SMi. p. St. Salisbury ,building. 24July ft In )length and 5& ft. 'wide; can ISapr.
I Ix>Uer. Address Flomaton Hardware .-- I be bought, on reasonable' terms. Apply ,
Co.. Flomaton, Ala lOauglw* FOR REr-"T-Bome: nice stores on E to King & Runyan, 5 S. Palafoxor
Government street; cheap rent The ,
I Santa Rosa Pavillion.
WANTED -Second hand kodak must Fisher Real Estate,Agency. ljuly I !"" I' I' ," 12July found

be In good condition. Address IV : HOUSEHOLD.- FURNITURE. FOR
FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage
'! I' Sale; Reason for selling! am leav- ONE MEMO. BOOK-On Hayne
O. Box 492. .
room suitable for furniture '
laug1w'i ing city. Apply 42$ street
,or other good: 104 and lOG I I > I I GregOry: lOauglw with a few accounts in I H
Apply to
= VctorIorris.:
WANTED-Two or three furnished or FOR cot Tarragona -
South Tarragona street Phone 639. SALTh& .Umber
.oa 1,20acJ'E1J \) ,and
Avery streets. It
partly furnished rooms for house 1
of land located L.
keeping. Will lease for long time if FOR RENTSroom.story .Cottage Rates-The rate on a want ad filling the above space is 25 cents firs insertion read. Good location 'for on lumber& N.. '
'satisfactory. Address Housekeeper I j 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker Address Class p n, gold; owner mar
cue Journal 12aug3t*>Ir.2raha1 Apt1120 and 5 cent a davlor. ;each additional consecutive inserton.! Send cash with the ad. fowlaton Flomaton! Hardware. lOauglw Co. redeem it by proving property and
; paying cost Apply this office. Sao



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E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone. No. 38 after 3 P. M. I of the I
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CAMP TE HA HA. I "The. Journal's Daily Fashion Feature. LI

Tie visitors for Sunday were:
)L sses Hazel Maneely. Ethel and Ella IS JUST IN INFANCY.. I
g I\'Ughwn. -Messrs Beyer, Kirby Bid I
,,'ell!!, Watkins, Byrd and "Kid" Phil- 1rit I
i The> lightning had a bad. effect on But has saved the thrifty men and women of' Pensacola over $1,000.00 in 1 ii "
jnie Gus WIlla-nerves. And it was

certainly,Wonder a wnat mystery Florence] to little did Nina.with the two days. (This sounds small to men who count their money by the Millions. ,t ;, I .

six: hook and then ask Mane way But $1,000.00 with lot of folks
a long
she !lAes to see the stars shoot? goes ways a ). j
Then Glen laughed.) 1. I

QV( Mamie Saturday and Florence but It was found nothing an Ex-to Each of the hundreds of, people who crowded our Store during last Saturday 1; :'.

bt, i ixi with the one around the and Monday, we believe will bear us out in this statement : t' ,

r, Beyer and Tom Phillips are y 'UIt

crag ira. IES, ; sideways now-- sh and And chf them received in proportion according to their purchases, an ,. ,

steno can beat anybody In camp I
share of this C
on i\\lUWmg when she has her wings equal great saving !

There was a swimming match be- Now let from the mid-week of this .1 ,
twp n little: Gus Wllla. Tom Fnlllips nothing keep you away great sale. New .

Allter Bldwrtl< the Fred latter Austin winning and-Bert he being Me- goods will go on our ,counters each day with prices made to please. t t ti.

boat r
;n The i i. 'I
Little Charlie Beyer Eddie Kirbyand Our Mr. Watson has been in New York for weeks 'I'
Watkins were allowed to wade in some buying nothing ,: i. :

front The. of composed camp the camp.boasts of Masters of a male Lee Feutz quartette \- but the newest and best, of the most fashionable things to be found. And is ;. !!

Glen Fred 'Wright Austin' and Bert occasionally McAllister a, solo and forwarding them by every express. And they will all go on our counters as soon t'

by Ask Pat Bert Sullivan.Bagley about the Extra as they arrive and you shouldn't be the last to see them, for there will be some't: 't jl! '

te stole from the girls. them will If haven't been this Sale ask f. ,
Little Bertha has Just come in wither among you want. you to big your J .: II

back.goner hair hanging down her. friend what she thought of it, and we'll see you pretty soon. i ;; !


AND MWS.-DONNELLY+- AND t Come to town this week and buy where you see the big crowd buy- !' ..

CHARMING. MISS UNKLES 1 ing "Because it means something atWafsonParker&
ARE IN OLD NORTH STATE. Y\I\\ '"'' '" J P.f. i i

British Vice-Consul Donnelly and Gown of linen in color, the model being caught together with spider ,
wife who left August 1 to rema1nnay being in watermelon pink the edgesof I I web stitches of white cotton. The :
for the remainder of the summer the linen outlining the vest being top of the collar had a narrow bias
are in Yadfetn Valley, N. c., visiting ) scalloped in white embroidery cotton band o* the colored linen fagotted to Reese Co. 'ijklt
friends, but leave there this The bodice also showed embroidery IT, the top of the embroidery. The ;
week for a drive across the mountains open eyelet work on' each side! of the skirt had a tucked front panel anu
to spend the balance of their front and back. The vest was made had three wide tucks about ttte tower I '

ttoeMrs.. Donnelly's charming sister I of white batiste edging the edges part of the skirt Successors to Green & Watson. iI, ': :

?Iiss Unties is with' them and will be l 1-:1r. I.
an the time. Her many friends "guns"' away from those not "per--which was a quiet one took place II f.. I.j I.
tad acquaintances would be glad to mitted" and to sell those same guns Sunday ugust 12, at the home of the :; --- -j :::: : i
bare Miss' Unties return -with her sis- at so much per to other persons bride in the presence of only the !. > : I
tar. And thus do the law 'makers encourage family. will be af least two months and )' :. f
-+- cowardice crime, and' equi, Captain and Mrs. Baker came to returning will visit an old schoolmate DOCTORS UP I IN A 'BALLOON.IB 'j'O f f
WHY WOMEN WORSHIP vocation.It the jl U
MEN. city Sunday night and left last in Burlington.
.Ince.alaa: IB Interest of Phr I- RICHARD HUDNUT'STOILET ,
.ESPECIALLY LAW MAKERS. has been asserted that in one night on the steamer for St. :Andrews !
WHAT ELSE: CAN THEY DOfJWha.t small town i in Florida, the same gun on their wedding trip. Miss Mami Farrell of Mobile,. who ologleal Research.A. :
was captured confiscated, and resold The many friends of the happy balloon trip which is expected to h r
has been T tins Mis. George Baff: '
queer combinations: of sense eleven times'w1thln eight months couple unite in wishing them very have wide results in the aeronautic 'r
man ftr a tew\-weeks, left Tuesday i
and absurdity law makers are. Now. Any wise :)iMlssoorian though a man happiness and prosperity. morning for home world was recently made at Philadelphia : R
If they were women that would bo would have. to be "shown" why thatIs --+-' by Dr. Samuel Jottinger and Dr. ARTICLES AND EXTRACTSAre :
only characteristic of course. But or can,J)e, TegaL" EUCHRE CLUa-SURPRISED T. Chalmers Fulton, both well known !
Mrs. J..Kama who dislocated a
Hess me, they are actually men "W '
But the mental it'not the moral
saperiority MRS. JOHN PFEIFFER AT pbycician of that city: and graduatesof : i ;
bone foot about three weeks '
in her
Manly men. Good fellows of more thus I
of man is Illustrated ,,
HER SUMMER RESIDENCE. the Jefferson Medical college, sap a ', :
than average intelligence as a rule. For no living woman could ever finda ago is still suffering Intensely as a .It
But, their intelligence certainlydoes logical way through such a labyrinth The Friday: Euchro Club gave Mrs result, and is una.blro': use the Injured Philadelphia special dispatch to theN :'
not apparently affect the result and reach such verdict. John Pfeiffer a genuine surprise Mon member. w York World.Meteorological delightfully agreeable this ; :

most of their legislation.Take All we. can do is to just fall at theirfeet. day night, going down on the 1 experiments have been mer weather. Every lady should f ;
the animated bifurcated gun and worship the great and good o'clock! car and carrying prizes and: Mr. arrant Grant who la visiting Ms made from balloons for several years Sum:1:1:
carriages that are eternally being xrea- who formulate translate and refreshments with them to her summer grandmother *n :Atlanta, Is expected but this trip was, so far as is known them on her dresser. We also sell ;
fined for "carrying concealed execute those wonderful stat ITtes. residence on the*bay shore. home the latter part of this week the first balloon ascension ever made Mulhen's 4711 Cologne and Soaps, ;
'weapons," and compare them to the -+- The members had invited their for the purpose of physiological re '
more economical vehiclee who are BAKER-RIALL' WEDDINGA husbands who escorted them. Miss Settle Ion O'Neal111 leave search. bigant's Extracts, Coudray's Extracts ; J
carrying concealed weapons by HOME AFFAIR AT HARRIS. ''Mrs. Annie !A. Dooley and Mr 'lhw3dayn0011 to visit relative ,in The aeronauts landed In a field four Soaps. Face and Sachet Powders Fiver's ,1.1 t t;!t

"special permission" at so much per Capt. R. A.'Baker the popular commander Joe Santo won the ace prizes Mrs Montgomery and ,Atlanta I miles southwest of Media, Fa. twenty Extracts and Sachet Powders, Lubin's ",
find explain why the one should be of the Chooohathatchee mall Charles Rupert and Mr.. Francis Com- miles from their starting point shortly f : : j jI
legal and the other criminal. boat(Rtuth. surprised his friends by layns the boobies. Mrs D. W. Locke left Tuesday for after 7 o'clock in the evening, after being Extracts Roger and Gallet's Sachet and t ; ;
But, the law makers and their Interpreters bringing :Mrs. Baker to town Sunday !Miss Mania Farrell of Mobile McKinBaaville, accompanied by MrsS. up nearly five hours. The landingwas I Face Powder, and Soaps, Atkinson's ;' !: ':
say It Is. without notice.. scored and the whole affair was W.( McGulre and sons Albert and \
It is also legal "they say" for the His bride was Miss Florence Riall greatly enjoyed, by hostess and Arthur to spend two or three weeks. without mishap or incident, the Extract's, Lautier's Extracts. j+ ;: : -
very authorities who have taken of Harris, :Fla- and the wedding guests. balloon settling easily to the ground. I :! JI
They reached an altitude of more than
-- Mr. J. N. Stalling left Tuesday ;: .
L U. O. above the clouds description. "
THURSDAY !AFTERNOON Miss Minnie Fauna is antkipat They pronounce their experiments '
I very successful and say that they have I t .
MARRIAOBINVITATIONS At ing a trip to :New Orleans for a few
regular meeting of Pensa weeks. collected data which Is destined to have t tDRUGGIST
cola held last W. A. D'Alemberte
Chapter evening at
a wide influence on the aeronautical
Mrs. A.. EL bIcDavi4'st it was decided
to organize a chapter of children. ,Miss Betty (Purdy, who has spenta world. Experiments tried alternatelyon ''j
And, all children who are lineal descendants few days: with relatives leaves today each other at high altitudes prove AND APOTHECARYNo
.. for the that the In altitude -
of those who her home In South Georgia. theory rapid changes
served the 121 S. Palafox St. Telephone No. 109 E
that attend ballooning are beneficial Et
civil military or naval departments ,
CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ENGRAVED of the Southern States are invited to Quit artificial extracts and use to nervous diseases of the eye
; meet at the residence of, Mrs S. A Blue Ribbon: Lemon and Vanilla, the and to respiratory diseases. They also I tlI
natural fruit
arors.rakes less; t
Moreno Thursday afternoon at 5 made observations ai to the effects on I-
o'clock for.the purpose of organizinga flavors perfectly"Feetias. blood circulation.The II RenviB* a KanMM War Reltc. GULF CITY COFFEE CO. : T TH.
chapter. balloon lent by members of ,
J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. ENGRAVERS was The old stone schoolhouse at Mound
; MRS.! EGBERT !BEAU the Aero crab of New York. It has P. CHJPMAN, Manager. t
Dian to Run iP CongreM. a City, Kan. the county Beat of Linncounty .
47 WHITEHALL ST. ATLANTA, -+- Directress. William R. Scullin candidate for the capacity of 55,000 cubic feet Pure is to be razed and the materials Roasters, Blenders and Shippers oif .1 ,,
coal gas which is much more buoyant
Democratic nomination for congress in in its walls used to improve the public
.. have!Mrs.returned Thomas from Condon and children the Twelfth Missouri district, Is a well than the commercial tnant of coal highways, say the Wilson County Citi- Fine Coffees
an extended visit!
I to her motherinlaw, Mrs. Condon at known lawyer but Is badly crippled, and water gas mixed was used. zen. The building was erected about "
'Harris, T3a. hte feet having been crushed off In a Professor Charles King Philadel the beginning of the Babelllon probably OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL :
railway wreck,says a st. Loafs correspondent phia's "grand old man" of aeronautics, in 1861. The only eoaf let between GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL
':Miss: :Mamie McLellan of Hilsboro of the Chicago Recgrd-Her- superintended the preparations. It took regular Federal and Ooufaderate troops
I Texas arrived Tuesday morning on a ald. He was born In 8t Louts In 1831 three boors to fill the bag. The two fought on Kansas 008 aDd called a "11'
Pure visit to her mother at the Merchant and received his education in the public aeronauts took up a large assortment battle occurred on Mine creek near
-+-. schools and at A l local law institute. of Instruments for performing their ex- Mound City. Oct. 25, 1SG4. The schoolhouse Buy Diebold Safes.
In its Society items under the head His father is a real estate dealer and periments. The Instruments for the to be dismantled was need as a Scarritt Moreno, Agent. !
Toilet Soaps Values of "Southerners In New York,." the his uncle, John Sculltn Is conspicuousas meteorological experiments were lent hospital at the time of the battle am- t .
Herald of Sunday gives the States weather bureau
among by the -- -- -u- ---- ;
financier and Friendsof i
a promoter. bulances from Mine creek carrying ,
list Mrs. H. H. Thornton and Mrs and the other set, all delicate instruments it.1
Mr.Scullin say that he Is the logical both Union and Confederate wounded !
and Domestic Get a Brush That t Wm Last: Kate oodtoe of Pensacola Fla. at the la the property of medical odetlw .
Imported and that defects
I"Darnett: ," 66 Madison Ave. candidate his physical soldiers to the shelter of its walla for I
will not prevent his making a winning In Philadelphia. care and treatment a number.of them .\
in daintily decorated Why keep breaking in Among the cottagers enjoying camp race should be receive the nomination dying in the ba.ndbt.I j' To the Public.

boxes for your travelnew tooth. brushes life near Magnolia (Bluff, are Mr.''an
ing grip or your home. when you can-get one Mrs Mrs.:A. M."Wl Mc1I TV. Richards lan and family and family rand I You have all noticed the beautiful I I KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM. ] -

These splendid soaps of our'. Mrs. SaKte Han and family, and Mr prismatic colors on the inner surfaceof : ,
shells even of the common oyster
and Mrs.
'Dick"1oIcAlUster., and a I Notwithstanding> the fact thata
are absolutely pure Bristle-Stay-in jollier more congenial colony couW shells. This surface is composed of number oC lower Palafor
andperfumeddehght- not be found. the substance called mother-of-pearl Or Your Hair. Will Fall Out Till You street merchants, who have ,
i and its iridescence and its gloss makeit Become Bald. signed the Friday afternoon
fully. We have them kind for the same Modern science has discovered that I
:Mr. P. Edgar de la Rau left Sunday beautiful. Do you know what makesIt closing Bat, are not keeping I 4 1
, in a variety of scents money. These brushesto for Detroit Mich., where he will joina Iridescent The substance Is made dandruff Is caused by a germ that their agreement, we will continue ;

suit the most fastidious wear way down to the (Falls jolly party for a. trip to Niagara For the moot delicious up of an Infinite number of little parts.&epU'2lted lows digs up down the to scalp' the in roots scales of as the it hair bur.! to. close every Friday at 1 ; i f fo'clock. n
and Canada.
as agreement _
-- minute lines and thIs per oar .
tastes. bone. Get one to-day ICE CREAM by where It destroy the hair's rttaiity would have .
They are e has the effect of breaking up ordinary hair and ultimately We not signed: the j.
Miss Kblia and Miss' Ada Harper of l lr causing falling list if did not intend living .: ,
,fcnt it t TfaatUcIlitcoets we
so refreshing to the 25c. Everyone guran-:- Is cheap enoueb light Into Its prismatic colors. It Is a I taldness. After Prof. Unna, of Ham
dive ,
who spent the past week guests 'f up to it 1E
skin-10, 15, 35, 50, teed to-hold bristles of theCHlsses Nee at 900 West Belmont similar" arrangement of the particles l,urg, Germany, discovered the dan i ; a aI
JellJOleeCfeaJnPolVder that makes the: opal Iridescent Theso drug' germ, all efforts to find a remedy -
75 and $1.00 cake. money-refunded returned home Sunday noon ; I n It I
or called unlucky' nature of the opal failed until the great laboratory ; ,
accompanied by Miss Louise Nee_ :who .and It caa be m3 tad frozen in 1 0 minotM.6ImD ., ,
:will spend the remainder of her va !T ad eontenu of oo e pacbtte into a consists In the fact that It sometimes discovery was made which resulted ir *

PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO TELEPHONE ORDERS cation at Delta. in qn&rt oe of taecialc II11lk and freeze."'111pI'hoeookrngbat-or h1' rtng tie o bursts without apparent cause but Newbro's UTerptclde. It alone kills of the all I'r I-::
other hair preparation ; ;
a e.er1 g but &hi ice and milk fhe bursting is merely a natural resultof Sol Calm & Co. :
'Without dandruff
Mrs. H. J. (Bennett and her 'son! -ttatattwa m the I KB uu FV WTTT "/ Its peculIAr composition. Some- dandruff germ.
Medicine -
D IIv r.d_to, All Parts-_of the City Pan Food mmt ile rive kinoa: hair luxuriantly "Destroy tb :
law Mr. C. J. Levey leave to-day Chocoi t .ViBlUt .I.emoIJ. Strawberry mdUnflarored. times a sudden change of temperature: ) grows the effect." 1 The Pure Food Steve 'fr I
noon for Chicago! and after a visit makes_it.bustsometimes the break- cause you remove '
there will gtoesr >ttt,( od gad I For sale by TV.. A. DrAlemberte I (..UrarMt Concr f>*laf.i M. latsedaadaa II:
Join Mrs. Levey'tn Pert'y.b ; is due to a cause that even a lapidary -
THE'CRYSTAL PHARMACY Batons Illustrated age 121 South
\ for two package. druggist and apothecary ;
I From there Mr. and Mrs. Levey Book XaUedFree. I cannot determine. The belief a j I :F
B dp IDe Palafox street or send lOc in stamp; Phone flTB :1 { ,
25 S.'PALAFOX ST. PENSACOLA. 'FLA. go other visit points his relatives,. expecting In to Sac:Tetura, City > kIIaCC hn 1.s1 C.1c: k L T. I' that the stone Is "unlucky, nothing- for sample to The Herplcide Co., :x>e-j I ;-.'
borne ta a few: weeks ;Mrc. Bennett I a mr t2Perstitioa troit. Mich

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