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.
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Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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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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fORTY-FIVE IN iINE U. S CRUIS E At the Workt of the Pena- oos 1Me -,, -in
S- ....ON T r ..K cola Tar and Turpen- UtyhSe t- I" tcW. ber ea '0ael r soth ta.gtic, "r t
Sl S te Cfa or man yMX Both men #a they left the ring. while 3eof wa
Y-S _x_ were tired when the. igh iei, be d put up a most remarkable battle
u..- -""-. terdGem W o a areny as Na O put u -a a B-t -b
.l* .. was way ahead on -t *ad had Mhte Mrance surpristag every oe. In *
Cruimer B on R-eportedL to m ead Md cut Neho an, through the the- thirty-third round he broke his t
fight without being bal hurt himef. right hand and after that did al the .
COIMMANODR.INCI4 A RI. be Si i. f IT -i FIARAO HE MAY .il AS s af.t th &W with his left. g th
e9 ........ Ce.with4 th mf. biega. The Arst fifteen rounds of t
CA'S PItHT4MNG PORM AN AP. RESU--T OF MIJUM -I-ALMOST Nelso his bheat an MM*' should were very fast. After that the men mate,
W. I and his arm do -V"Sw*" time he slowed up and only at intervals was
PLAUIMNO S1A1TATOR ON .. THE NTE BOODY OVERED hit lGan below the )Jet. amoently feel- there a rally. Although as looked like --
*NREO6 O, Y T M .fMLOW '* T T A*i* LI W Ing for a vital et. At last be drw a winner most of the time, Neson put up
SOF HT LOW W back his right a% k."a i"Mt Gm. a a wonderful fight. On half a doses oc- C--o, Sept f-R et ,
Tacl Bmai, Wa h Sep.. 3... P ." E vicious blow square .A. the roul. Th eas ons when It seemed that any blow yrsold, h eonfess' that her
_Ohm (W MTaComa, W.ash.-" Sept.. 3. s*. *ank -to him and .eor wd put Nelson t the gonw a red ck
ANO AA WH O POL,. on his back. Refetee Oefr without him. Gans was the favorite and I h Red, m od, wi a i
-A telephone message from co fte Ms. a yuu C.. ma .fths hom, a87 Arhern bure The
_W___ thewwa torks .e(b th ta eew a youg 0ti am ,
Anacortes, Wash-, --says the -,Of-. Ca.N a t th* w .... ..S.
u ve ar a Trpeitic l e Compan s ylt he abds wen ft und bGordono-
AemsSlated ^P.-. United States ciruiser Bos- at tI Mari ne1 pa I h a MA to oItn Ct
very, Sept. m.--- .*diton an a remlt of
that b brillisatl b bere a ton ran on the .rocks near cad: receive t e plant esterda3 e ed n oabot h o bck wata -
ga Vh bieW to am O IOUds a morning about 10:30 o'clock, when a coil no. bout a ocloeck watuseu fo ter-
tmSo0S rant of e morning there to-night.- and. is sink- of pipe, contain ing c ostic p 4ash, ex- oon the elder Reed through the
emt uooet toway rev4iwd ploded. His face and two-thirds of his neiGorhoed for ever hours ahe
bodywas-cv er e d 'Nsbto. si about 10 o'clock last ht took him to
the post magaloent naval set e, ing. B.hom peeled from the body when .e was I I IIm Iii U4 1"1 U where the b roody was b urd a s
S'tre at t moit6 "typs .. .. .g brought to the city In the forenoon for where the body wag buried, and ah n to
of cta41ve o e asalst MO tyt aneor treatment The clothing was burned --.. -- apied sim tin it up. WGr on e taken t
' re aplus as aal from the body, an when he reached nuinp ice non r e eme" t
t M"dOWSPr -sid qu p Gan d here the young man was suffering great he eed the boya to the bdmont
te*es tUM N J ee bUbp /aLdL the imeed ton e and itrehthe d hic* .
1 opeatom e p the rtidge. .... The plant of the company is located When he attempted to eeeape he truck
is was made at Bohemias on the P. & A road, ad burled hi aliv unde the 44
mid te ~Totm s boom saluting [the explosion occurred Just before the h" en Era him ve er the
cannon t34 ING f .ON r eom at train from the east for Pensacola Passed. ar._.. __ ", .. --.,._I , W .t ...
e nv 'o So tfher i-S .sa Whep It arrived ." a "". Which Amble the Anual Cmasier Best Way to E d
inchief of avll Anros's atij moments after the accident the young
forces. .a .. .m men was placed In one .. i"i, Cbas otterhnI a r al
The President had a his guests on transferred to the ambulance when the
nlVy and several other government of. Theecastic potash Is used in the dis- MJ
ftials, members of the emnate and solution of the wood product for the
os,--e committees on saval aftrs ....... manufacture of tar and turpentine at the
a..oe plant. It passes through a col of pipes, By A.. -lawd _ae, By A coated 1s.
the world. a t a o Aum of and Morgan was standing directly In Botse, Idaho, Sept, L-Iere than one Havana, Sept. .--eac through a po-
After the arad of _th Myower e- t of one of these cois when the ex- thousand delegates half of litcal compromise is the sole topic of
Sthe President received th Sm los on occurred, ending the potash all the tate the wr en conveaton to-dy bet informed -
ng oers te. I--t ..Sl over him. to-day when the teal Iration ees where It is reco ed that this is P 4
4 I ch,,l '3 -" Hti.s right eye was a.lnot burned t. O sag asembled Ir itsi t the least way to bring about a settlement 11 It -
d ap nh e lu nrhed t S..a. w... at wer place on the body where "ion. C"a 's teral troubles.
9 elshipe of- the Preut aba h,* the potash touched the fleSh was terr- -Vice-Prepident Fairbanke received a There Is a disposlt6s not to agree with
he rte to a M t ?eI e "a--b ".. buried* hearty welcome and the contention was President Palma that the gove.a.-nt n
iy Mi ww tOl ri.llye lt < A Every attention was given the Injured roused to loud applause when Governor should not treat with the insurgents for
th ws r actically a Jtad al kM- G roc 't orel"as o man at the hospital, Dra. Renashaw and Gooding referred to President Rooseeelt a compromise and the president is un-
--o te2 andmost of his tSe ... ... Unio Telegr Thpn endeavoring to relieve his suf- and his efforts for irrigation. United derstod to have modified his attitude 8ayS Letter to Chairman
etsremane on puny at M m, Tens., andJ Salmna ferints, but It is feared that he cannot Statee Senator Dubois welcomed Mr. to the extent that he has no objections ests rwrretnteootm
the illatlnatim n of the fleet. Ala., arrived In thy cty lat nih to siv the terrible shock to his saytem, Fairbsaks. to private neeotlatlens on the subject. Ta uoart Unwonthy
assume the management o th& and but little hope of hto recovery to Clitord H. Pinchot, of Washington. in an Clr.
PYDI 0il fre.l ,. Mr. Crkett comes to the entertined. chiet of the foretry bureau, was an- Acv .u. S.-A -el b O Car. .
cityLVOlVn U Ity recom c Cent man, he fhatvi done a great Presiddet oevelt. IHe stated that be dispersed near Guaanes, Havana prov-
RUSSIAN R UIS deR at other oIts towrd the ImL. appeared merely as the president's mes- e
IAN R OLS provement of te teleghe service sIe ger S y. The letter was read and A small party of tsurgents made an. Assocated Press.
The 8ehms Joormitl at ipisht 1 has E@" heartily Spplauded. attack yerre y on an ara ourov train with- r J e, Sto s ., arke wa-s--wn a
------ the following to eay of MW Crockett: Of INTF FR ST ",.-PrS-dent Farbank. was tha CruceI Sa" t C-la-nrw Jg- Ao B-. Parker was 3 .o -
y Assedalted Pres. "A. G. Crocktt, local manager a ithc l Il L produced mad spoke at some length out result. copy of the letter written by Charles
Londosn, et 3-Four men were kille Wetern UO egraI o hSee, ha..ia. Taart of the
and eight a wrloualy wnded to-day by b, n prote th thi manwahlm 4t Deortle tioa ounKlte, in
an explosion on the Russian a'mo.rd wia8&. Pa Mr. Paok of the lal to The Journal. r PA I li a a I P which Whish tendered his r-e-astion

the Viker*-Maxm, Works at Brow. In- Mr. Crockett, ad. the eh e will be a" daughter Miss Maude of Montgom- l II I I I L II e Pker read it ey ply ]
flmmaes ,Ignited by &a aptha come effective at once. Mr. o erw, Ala, are visiting Mayor 1. P. to uest for UU opin I
Imp cma tbhe plosaon. bas doe a great deal twa r oll ey, Mrs. McDavid's father. U asked a question:
ing the service at t..l polat in spite Camp Cobh, U. C. #., of Santa Rossa "Wat do you think is the meaat- g
Iof the f et that he eneoatered y county hel its regular monthly meeting r that letter"
INSANr W OMAN trying obstacles whe he f* *ft took In the court house Saturday. The meet- 1 / I !1 ID iH in I iott possLae to ,nstrue
harge. During hi eght monas stay Ilr was a gret success, and was well SI/I IF I l 111 I III e s e nin e t h t Bran
HA PNO H RC iI-f n tics~tandard-int llll IU I ll I l I becomes t he nonee under the slma s
HANGED HERSELFr e S ? e s wl .egret -to h i W go Mr. John T. Stewart of Bagda has n I v
though gd of cemeatt" moved from that place to Milton and is Pbeerving the IadivIdal to orru
Mr. Orockett *ated lstt night to a new located In his old residence. He corporations and boes control
By A^eSate1 Press. Journal representative that. the West.- a opened the Milton. Cash House, in "Well," replied Judge P rker, r
Little Re, Ar. Spt L-Mr prank ra saon will rase -a n C Sala. the store formerly occupied..y 8. J. .S, ... pt h trct h
S .... 4 W tewart & Iro. hs said in the letter If you _.wl-h to do
.agve, who recently killed her hus- Tle In the local office at o n ... ..A. ...... -ro -- ".- -nt a
bland and three chlrn at Piggott, Ark., pricure a very able. .orM. Of operat- Mis Belle Robert. one of Fisher &l n h
dthen st e hebrning oto.h ..u. .. Co.'s popular sales who h beens.. a e t I w .
Sthen bO.d ite. Me to- r olyrs rto e tlth lsi s vtig friends In Montomery. AC4. Thou Who Will ASSUme Charge September 28 Fixed as the or mn af stat
th insane asylum by hbangg herself the m een d to eploy for several days returned home last Re lly at tis time t hardly seems
.C..c.s tht re* Mrs. D. T. Williams who i been h 1 M Date of the City's t sout te statements he
n. oramendattoes hae and "summerin with her sister U--. A. 8 n emn 80 Horse Exhibition. M-es about Mr. SheLan
L.BmOtR DAY beftS.?e 1R 2= a magol u. turned Brng soning Season. Horse Exhibition. Or
TLABOR DAY prwsed .ooing .o the ..e -, .ttig .-toa- McMillanatM nl Bufruneh-t S se- "Jd ge h eh ypre an
Sndsome wic the ver lt. Thursday afternoon. friend, and I know that if he thinks
ert Improved ftIlltlis for handling Rev. W. T. Ellisor, pastor of the Metho* the letter i worthy of comet or
AT SAVANNAH busneus win be :ntalltd. It is esti. dist church has returned from Montgem- The executive staff of the Pensacola On account of numerous requests of answer, he is quite capaMe o speak.
es #ed that the new efice fitings and ery where he. went to place his wife In opera house has been named, and the owners, both in and out of the city, mlg for himself.
eqm ntMm Ilniul-r a powerwi stor- an tnfirmnary. We are glad to learn those behind the movement to give an It looks very mch as f the Hearst
By ttqy ort by dyna- that M. EBisor is improylng rlapily ist shows them all to be experienced up-to-date horse show In Pensacola, yes- ide .M other
aanh. OS. e p--h th ver 100 ana will soon0 returned. men, g the patrons of the prop terday decided to change the date of recruit in the person of Walsh."
3, L-Throgh qno,,a4om ethot &10 Will soon return. t cn "
rowdd StrCet and cheer.ig thrones the part of e osdr .sW .*te aterial to Dr. Dewberry of Pensaola was In er management of the various de- the event to Sept. instead of the
Members of organs labor in savannah te uad wVll b. p. ., lo- deal- town one day this wee&. on protessiona vaamts during the season. The 21st, as previously announced, thus l-
o- m-,- .oeio. .-h ..i.c*ht*t *, rr .. ,M to getther hem.a CHOWT ER SUPPER
labor da*. The Saft w5 Proeably are =tamkug ett leuort to balli up' Mrs. j. A. -Bryant and children re- ar M. Oe. more me in whichto get their
the large Of Its kind ever bad here tho w "v t"o *.ie pola'it. of of.! turned to their home yesterday.. ThOey B dns M an ger-N. SiAL. Into condition.
Te day 00 Sgerally observed as a C04Wsa &M dt4h e pib1c rest have been on a visit to friends -I Geor- T(Aaiuro-G. W. Ftalff. When it was announced Ihn Jour AT PO W FLTON .
i", I a iwrodr j~tIn O + .... grimu- y Il- gla for some time. t TINar4 a de la nal yesterday morning that the date of r
vaeg dtat eratmdent Mrs. Julia Harrison, an old resident of B5 the big event had been set for Sept.
1a. .T--.ue ,. Ce r l*_2 .nW ty,e nk.I Milton, but now of Crlohton. Alaf, is CIe Usher-Bennie HBieterg. 21 there were requests from various
MANYof managers. The here visiting friends and relative Stage peter-Clarce Lg parties for an extension of time, several
i+ u te -- be p,-. In as Mr. J. amran atia the local man of W & stating that the time alowed was not weatom, 1s., apt. .-Mr. nd
0 W s for t1 .le.o& can be the -Im of Msr.eJ-utch-CoaIts. ternl. Agistant Stage Carpenter-Andrew sufclent to place the stock in the con- Mrs. I 3. Whddn e a delightul t
IN COLLISION s..a 6 w- a --be t. dition desired for tsuch ; ee Le- s Wer pper aa&day ove o
co ... .. -cation has ret.ed ft h1 poest .tr.ciaa- W. Peake. ter from out-of-town p~rte s, wish or a w fl their fris.
,....... t .Clerk of the as t U P. OOaa0n, and P ty MaI--John Mullen. to enter horses@ the ashow were re- reet w M Jo B, M
a yA ee PMs. we, who have es to t mountain tanr of Orchestra-. Wyer. celved asking for partleulars and e a, M Mary W.
Peru. Ind.. 0 .-Two t cratioea es AI urnort havta a a h house will open or the seaso herring to the short time gtyen to pre- Mieesa LeaB aid Mary Mains, Misst
er.ahed together e the rt Waie ad ae time. l. iy lg t, when "The .CBtry pare, so the association decided to IoWeU a Mr. J. W. Lowe and Mr.
abash tm, lime en a, steep t B ACL Mrs. L. B wlanke, sMet V 3r. appear, followed Saturday change the date asnd e it Sept. 28 o. c. w
uth of be M Is ev he o, now o ( ne, visiting ~ght. by .A .aw Match." one week later which ie al ample p r e
M woe ln fu but e tl. Irks a le Vs. a 30"aINA ti.,me In wMeh to I; a ther stock..u......ien Al.,w hd MWe tOl r setMheeir
We eib'tUx NOTaL *. tri.d. .,,re+..ives i .....n last K'NOW N m "e p -llm ot tis west are me-e - ., da. .......... -, .... [---.
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R IUICN8. PROMi THI E y A....... P_ Mi C e Moh.r - uafaied sos WW KnO Ua Mln In ihn weekure.e ,a
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WAbor Day was generally observe
In Pensacok yesterday. The gover
meat eoice were closed throughout
the aad t 1 o'clock in the afta
oon adl business ceased, the store
and oter places oa business closing
their doors, and all classes devote
The afternoon to pleasure and recr
'Wille there were many private ei
emaons and parties across the ba
and around the city, the chief enter
talnment of the day was provided a
Palmetto Beach where the local
lodges of Odd allows celebrated th
event with a picnic, program of sport
and dance, commencing early In th
afternoon and concluding shortly bI
tore midnight. This was attended b
probably the largest mwld to Bathe
there In the "pst two yearn, the grm
stand being filled at all bours, th
Uleachers packed and the overnot
crowd 4n the baseball feld number
hundreds. There were also crowds l
the dancing pavilion at all booar, a
dancing commenced early in the after
noon, and those who did not care to
the sports enjoyed themselves In thi
The crowds started for the beso
early in the afternoon, and every ea
Strain leeaIng te city was pea
ednotwithstanding the faet tha
maw extra cars were added, and
thirty-4 Unte sebedule between th
city and pleasure resort maluntalae
and after 12 o'clock last night.
Program of Sports.
A baseball game between the Twe,
tieth Coampay ot Port Barrancas an
the Orioles, was the first smusemen
on the program. It started early, s
as to be finished in time to.poll ol
the others events. The game was i
sood one throughout, and greatly ea
loyed. It resulted In a victory for th(
Orioles by the score of 5 to 1.
S the one hubondred yard dash be
tween boya, young Roach was declare
ed the winner, and received the price
George Bonifay won both the boys
race and the shoe-mixing contest, aa
was awarded hoth nrihes

The three-legged race, which was i
laughable event, was won by Georg4
Dnmfay and Charles 'Humphreys.
%r. Arthur Maon and Mrs. EliU
AtMUson were declared to be the besi
ady and gentleman dancers present
The Acrobatic Feature.
The featroe of the entire program
However. and the one which no doubi
attracted the Immense crowd, was tbh
wcrobstic work of Bennie Dunham and
wife and Wil e Phrlne. This occur
red about 5 o'clock in the afternoon
it a time when the crowd was largest
ad was greatly enjoyed. Mr. Dun
amn's work wel entitles him to th4
rorld's championship honors, anl
Woth he and Mrs. Dunham and youna
Parlte were loudly applauded for their
*ermance, which was of the high
est order. Many had goe to the
beach especially to see this feature
md were vot disappointed In the Gai
axh~uilon of horizontal bar perform
ng which was witnessed.
Dancing at Night.
Although many returned to the city
rhen night arrived, a large crowd re
malned at the pleasure resort and en
cyed the dancing, which continued
until the last car left the beach for
he city.
The Odd Plelows had provided a
rery large stock of refreshments and
old lbches, but the ecowd was large
r by many hundreds than they anti
ipated, and everything was sold out
before 8 o'clock.
The event by the Odd Fellows as
itted by the Rebekabh Ssters,. was a
access from every point of view, ad
erainate most pleasantly. nothing
occurring to mar the pleasure of the
be guest of Misses Marye and LMm
Mr. 01he Mauins of Museogee visit.
Id ies mother here today.
Mr. John Lawn, who bes been eon
ned to his room for a week, is now
,ble to be out again, to the delight
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or ordrs now and get summer prices. lonth, ao .h .... ....Wt :tot et
'c rWi(teton.s wblek haue attended tte Let t, Old City et e....
0 t:io f rigts tM tA e propertyV ia A. Janm.e............. t ) Ofl'- ,t im BlkA &t
S8 OAR iD ce l e1 3aft r thirty yn of . es i .... ......ldoreS Sa 7or
A- WWI.. W ot bta. sot t e tit. n A hler o. E c4, c ,--1-..-

tbM s2 ijif I RV WAg -il be
t ,o "at m teat21 11001w, J V, h --b- .n ............... so-no rOat9 OMLa'1 ..* .

o*.Oor te prnw...., which Unknown ....o... '..c.,.. c...
. in te.eoC ofor yoI .is o.t.". F. A. auG Ucorg a Vr..L..s. 1h"t
NAY i yon ma o d yoW washing to rt as ctIo is tweo Mr o ..... G.,.. 12,q 2. Getn o ..

UUI. L W. LAWRENCEc. p. uMs l i5s* lSS t s a t ts* As the H P f o
Sthe plat 9 .. h=a lr j n Mtereus, te W .Pelr ............Lot Sad 10 Blok ", Bemo .^" glet ht for lwt claims p . eddrc .?...,8 -toot ot c o.> .r I .
to be exhaustAve. .raLts.t o amotO 1 t Belont
a choice ionebandnsW e,. ..c. Lt 84, Bo
.'t that th e ta c, PI4a1 d ha s of cr --- ...... a t eloont DUabnl a l-'S 4
A oit a y e1 0M mo t Of Lot D. ..S B-...... ..t.

+ Yr *. .i......-... y kind coi Te -d-ne, beas m there Ic. w, ,t,-cA.........c ,.it Otaf2 LO, 2 Bl -k ".
. ... ' ..... i <1 -; .t h tu n . "- ... o. ft t .. .. S. i.P.... .. ,..... ..

,: peaceful if your pillow Is hard or lumpy. ws no leear title os ny o the land .- _, em Trt .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
The pillow should be soft and smooth, and, ed- miole tr nr 1to... an 32, sad 24 B ..

Above all, perfectly sanitary. m o. es. to -rry J. wo,.............1.. lo 4 Bl o. Tr.c.
-tmaO th i t 4 w *HAt fourts," 5aid 81, felines numbe"-- Lot cc Bckc
a Fr o M ght ntern ts, aut t I a or . A r nn .o...... m.. 6tots 1. B lSok 4ItBelm wOt Tract
.I h T f urf h l .f I rea e Atten I dthe -.t. c .........O. .to ... B..o... d ... ; -
i are the best in the world, are soft and fluffy, x test the validity of my Howane wms... .eo" Belok54 nm ..t
Thoroughly cured, cleaned and purified, and 2s0,000,00. A. n. t c 1 R 5 sand 0,. BlSoockS0*, 6 Bemont

will always remain sweet .and agreeable. *"I q 0tlt-e r or of_ Belmot~ ...... ..c . .
PPrices. $2 $3 $.50 and a pair. .the c she es to exercsc l oeae D. R CuvmjI ba ....... Lot and 30. Block 7a. eOnt tuy
Pi.+" -2, .. -W u n over the1eTe he le. e cw. Ms . Burn ............ sS a _.._., ..o ,x, 3... nt2
a' wll determine Owhether tie van- nubern .. ..... ... .. .. i s
C p n o ~ G e s t a te s c1 mla giti tle to K I c0o n .. . . S o 3 tS o fs edg a ne-l D c
SA a M . ng .elon to. of W.m. Hubert ............. t 5 of b oft k 1tl
: OM10 &S Pa aS. Phone 149 FPa clF Ptea. g u.sSh T cnw w......F fonnu*k7,Belmo. t n.berin. c 2
"" ~erners end is widely ISown for her Oranse Abdeload....... cLotl 3 to Block 81, Blmoat num.
eray and Its de S s I_ r"rene McGre............ 1 nd 20 Blc 8, bot
,_ _ __" __" 00 eould at rd to oe llm to er P w. A. Attaway...,....... ~,-. tc"o c ionty. of
"-"" ..- e 1 bt that eOme one must find out Ooyle, northeast corner. Block 82,
SN D O Sthe exact legal .tandng Cfi t war ks Ionnum .4 son 21 2
YArties interested in the toeetevilleWcA. ta wa norC Mo e1et. lct nek sfel months
mf John D. Rob .......W t t 150 eet reg r

PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SC.OL bou.cccc.c.- cc cc 28 3
ISe q... ad.res se~ "ma'a "" c c .i........ West 71otb15 Meet 2Efet orn

;, to th ur eoese 6being 3en1 Pttl....... ........ et oot 0 ot st oo t e
...b. o ory by 160 feet, Block 8 BelM t

St T O TT AD IT WOK red a "r." Tt r prices K. Fulk.. P .... .....-to f 10, Block M
th -e".. ** a t" s' o. .1c....... t n eim : .. ....... ... -
lg fhghN for Cloa prpSCaI t he t ... O. L Water . ... o 1. Blok 14 _Bel8m t U.. S8 I
--- --i o-- ---- -- -- -to J. A. Ch n ............ fetx t O to 4f Blockt85 Belmont
itet taa~t thqpER m -slrb Jip '.+ 55 5+ U, of 0. Pc cc.* .. c..... cLotS 3 lS, 1 lok 81 Belmont .hnUm- 2

lp. ) to So. OOMBSM =Met beg% Obtc EGw ~~. .c.........L#JA 12,X Blklmot numbering..It12
MANAIN A, 'yc W. IL and J. W. loesm. .Us M. 36 -No* UBeImoIut

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lD~7ajniaf.n .~c l~ 8,B~jgTract ccc19
Win. .......... c eec csoNft p60fst of &MA dwant hal of
c~b96 feet oat mortit 60 feet
so 696 15,$oc*5, 0 s. KngTracv..9.. 10t
Geo. P. Wenltworth 96'c c 25foot Of L"t 5, Block N2 ast
Pete Da-14,M. bmt ingTract.. cc19
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0..7 titMaro Bock 99, Eant King Tractcc.. go
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so six3 QL"Wlggina....,.vO-...A~tm s 1and 14, Block 97. East Kn
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2389 @Lptb _so feet ofc 2109kc cc 10 2

We L- ow"60* 00*;.0 on 13=s V353024,Block 7.
v. ftj,.0Sccof P. Mack A 1t 2
305 IUI~n~ccce ccececec~tS 5 6,80th 0 foot of 11 and
h06 .cad 0CW4-1bwof 1% Block 29..Maxt i

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lost ChlumNornma3c..ce0eecAt S4 to 8,Block 3* atKn Tat1
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1 3 Cc .S omac..23 a 1 4. Block Sv, EaSt W W 6
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1503 S.ILBlock*N49 A ifT15dcwc 33
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feet of&VAdof eanst jwlf 1
so 247 Alotiso fist at WestceaObth fetfmhow
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IL m IbM W Wso d h" j

M..W AL .

be wes thed **** w ha
Satar at wle lT a t*h
Styh geir hom- 'mn a-I a-
wit .o. ,
o 1 L111, curae il of caea wn,
-be mes visiting rs. Alistr a
West ad returned hoem e a an .
l alt d-eer. a door ea age. w
N- mn f wor the new stat beank have
Sreoopatty beso purehea d e o in the wry
mI mar fttwe business wt be be"n&
Mr. Moaer, wife, and two choldare,
S of miulAsn, ca ome in on 7ary ad
Sa with M Craweo.isat
if home for a short visit,

Salk t b ltr e ofe r. se, wa In Wo f oafo f th vitis fat wa an oth, latves.
and a stieM~ r correct 4e sa p 71osJ. W. a wn of M v le has moved
tails in style- t herat cc *0 te r Csya of pst m euow tS t.ASLn ori S 0cs
u Mo I.n p"in ... bs0no noeaoste near the
the 'vee man the Tomt es ted a he f l of sAe W ar Mr. own has
TarW the rs 1memwe ONer hae ecoa-a poty i 0k a "ted' a&es iti wt the W ar
trade. .* a o r 3 R W. Mr. Troumdale or the Andrew Iee
He F .. ,.- Re Water00 B t xeded the
ad'tHes TWO&v .w ,ueeer e p Pams -eas for the bu-
and this &U we have a 116e of me -cc the or-* Two eiL d stand aceesoris et tme f-actory. The
single ad oettreet ed pithaent smeu rs Wh ttee mac neiery will be shipped the th of
cots that wlt Mm eea wm o ori e ea Sepem f~~roset e foNOVew York. Work will
atsthet gou ul y ofardeer &W f ulfi *^- Ata hes t be begun at once onw the necmary buimd-
the g d th.parW1.-b S a or the plant and the manufacture
New been. untnint .alny. a yer& Mied Wh Pre Ld wunof iMe as sianaspoaf Te factory
u cY0 W i toM th tOL it iw will continue ma placteIr c s e all dur-
sglrllow migtl the O 1, t 3 1 PflC P Intl the winter monUths so as to be able
e mrsonto Olale for t" b i beat If your dealer wM1 not eo.. the dmand. of the busy se.....
Ol of the B North. X. IL4rek,1 eh wa arAWannrxt year.
enoy t by o .spply you, wr & Masters Hunter and!Fank Shtey
',eWby ., sn of hthe w hohave been visit Mng. mrda M.K
wasbis g r e mor. co r G. Post have returned to their *ummer
w ssfan Business, KA.NPI, LL [ EAD EAT r home -at Parker.
Thursday aeraoom ad 4mta Ca A ma.4 ot0n I. aL 11, 1W. Mr. ,e. Taylor was r 'own on Sat.
t tlhe L.e' Ib sry AueatAoa serv- erd ftom Parke.
4 ekeam______ ese wo M0ra0s 0. S- 0sbyR I:t 0dd Rev.r. O Joyner will, resign the pam-
n-in to, Se t thelp ayh lor t e new torte of the Baptist- c reh here to en-
4SAM I I SAMl SA Mer, M s aWy B ndlt heater the theological aminary at Louis-
"Diebold Saes. m'S "Um" '. e -BATc EAUAb BMIYN course.
1.0arri fAkteno smaX was there with her wheel of Ta o Mr. L M. were is fittins up the
-_-tunae, and quite a little sm woa tASuIm, waltne y aop next door north of C. H.
COrTR .LL, bM. o Cato. ofl Qo y X who WEDNESDAY SEPT. 5th c ss factory a.d ws .carr a line..of
COTTR'LL., Mr.wabo hCUD, of n w tothelaunch supplies and fixtures. We pre-
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. had. .sk eeg mureol d w in eamp to the ec t a sood businsm aI thUs trade.
Pn* at ps, a a Nrig wh it Life Saving Station.
Pooeos.ela, Fla. oN ebly dar thea110Ctfw d Ws.
L . S. beea w o' hao been S lrkxS OF- MERCY, e. Ub bn hebtoee.
.In Dowr halth Wor sow tlm, diead at Startn from the se of the big to
SomothIln New In r heene a the ortmh itae ot tM o the there s a distinct line. That is the ItWO
mOWme usms ...... eisU on Tue day. Big Steamer "Monarch.'" u. In on.e toot it will curve along
W. A. GaMeeb* k, 218 L eldn St N intm t t amOf Mr. .Ud ma s w- Leaves 7:30 p. m. temunder the Instep far
Users a ell 41 & A At- Laves7:30p.t-toward te lower be ofa the little toe.
a&, ae atar a sk.t ie. .Adlt%, O. Children, k d.h mil a. e a lo.. I mI in the
lU TON IELL, Mr. J. S OW= % em U .S. n hollowofthe foott denotes a sickness
1pmiOpus -" fta. hbon o on U 8 OaWma to itis msM0t n ata"tlM ae a it It terminates In
3sM p. stla f A eass i win wter re seme. AWg Ai0 ntadt tOt N" athe hollow of the foot It means a short
,or A DYdwdmterBf .teate eleO that several
'. mt haw beell t 1io lived Plat Prest> tllmae are mIas o with regard to lie. Tis ae isthe mest interesting
R K. WITE. ntt W roft of t hon o we att, of e ,umsa boo. The ne e the toot. T'h experiments that
.K .aw acuves, Is tvery. ot ll at ,hs .e am mawho co etM e himiftn bhis have been conducted have proved this
eunso.tkly, N. T. a of sever pe" in weight oa a b a almost fal reading o
S gives patoda my bosve o ease for leme*.
.. WAA NORY IM MyK W afodlelag b fotff be Uder a del- -ai gr,
Tersely Told e g"ogohad* e ""K" "B mp
paae my bawatwoYsldedw .r have any erect .Idea of moment of his Htb was when he
M adwer. Ahe e a b eet a hek o town welM t. As a matter of was trying to obtain a .conession on
J. I eleon ad SV.? P. 4th, oM a" ats lmmber-. the Weight of the bodyla Is co'lenty tari f tromia foreign diplomat with
meinth are in o Oae t m 'dingowa toa
Weleantd Drei iheg aglaw o wig gl ea a-d ee whom PresidentGrevy was playing
S bns isy we m h at all es. o a rm da- after break- ll. h re to -
ST. Davis hasB resaBl t' ,NlOew a." -s---,- -aSS ae-- M- ,- game, but Qedry Insisted on
York, whsabe eae t 4s".h 4W* s.s e Ofta wab'aitoh~4P He w---od....d.t -a--v tB
T004310 00k uponrIn.rtSe. pet baa taa w wer thisea c arn of Is pAindto and relented only when
we. 0 oma of e a enO va we -o' aI ao.end It observed that the minister was tIn
w 1 str- ar*e '- red boy it. alker eM It dae o ee tomn epe o IB Pa e
cats bt a Ane boy. aito' aowe o or a potund or two may be mistrusted. e.u" oo fa moe.
Mrtet ndby .oue bre a. r w b R fctuatioms o a few ounces are a The lanlage of the heart which
trmed from Co Laa had other oints ,a IN re -SMRS. ote 90sign that tile body is in a- halty comes from the heart and goes to the
were they have been spending the WECI PIt.gE AT REST. tato.-Milwaukee Citien. heart s always simple, grateful and
past two wqeks fldl of power, but no art of rhetoric
hthe remains of Mrs. Le o hi aeld o" InMea Olie m man teach it. It is at once the easiest
r. M. Nored. who has been in the rea, the esttmle iey who expired Roman writers inform us that ComD- and most diieault l guagwe-11cult
city r sever ys, ghtat the be hof er modus caused the boots of his hoe since it needs a heart to speak it; easy
morning for alhasse and other sa4n-Lw, Jon Ptear, n t e bay to be covee with gold leaf and even beeuse Ita perlodeL, though rounded
West Florid te. shore, Were pla t the fet i to be gled. Ner's short nd fall of harmony, are still un-
The nametbe of Camp Wrd, No. 10, aftemoon, Oa ag M of r Journeys e we laalaby perrmed st0l-.-Boev
Coaederatea t naa & are called to rowtng tWptos s eiad r -atve" antBte muas wanin gold shores n
meet tonight ti it. aook's ofime at ing the remains to BA. oeR wthi fare f mu les wearnb e hld she e ar We we.
7:30 o'lock. t where h W sWoued tr a tea f r s fwet on w e arlo of his "And the name is to be"- asked Pthe
W. rl fotes an o The7 ned at the wma th lma onh wic POpe Wes sahod all around amve aiIster as e approve hed the
SJour a a v eo w a es yesterday eranooM were early wit gd. SL wral others among the oet with the preons armte of fat
ending Ie etno we : rolbatas t. Mrs. f m aving a dsm ms. and potentates of the riot- a
In Birminghsa, retered to thec ifty M M a t 1- os et. Mempre alfo u P .a orn-
isst night a" pasrme0 whisduties. jar" OwP o w .d = A hes o- ow days, at hoRowasn *ep~ireho Amet phrdinand odrin-
last nht the city. re the chwah t ir he e with gold and ted the ton e IAvi ngstI a nooks."
rr e td cethe artege m- oved to tie amsetrw Tame atell fator bd l Mt, bkle, -Dear" dear" (taming to the sex-
on the molrt docket ye is where taIt ad insur>. A tn). "A ttle more water, Mrv Per-
tpaeay 1t o laL O this where emany msoa----" ki, if you please."--Lonon Tit-Bits.
Ifmber sK Ma 'sewere CathlMui d4, we" d 9 th rm. As a dreaming for scres, bruises and
defendants ..... .... la e o "h-t.
t@ T- The CrySESI k'DS1UECY c be desed. It is ahian d "Do you think that absence really
r. t. ba Oa 8 e We te mai8 the hertgrow fender?' in-

Nashvill.e aud 1 to oMrtstop for s .Csem"t m Wish 1. chapped hands and disesees of erg mr
tt tesem li e Leo ~s for i freaks wqoe formng a dub. The ska. Price 25 cents. For sale by all "K lhave never given the matter much
tbe reinder o t ssm s. The askha t. h druggists. ,,up.oste yon ladys
little team hae -a the peanest a "Ne In aid I "me e. - e as o you stay away
iks league, en d mthe mrt hod lades for as e~...e- W"---.. for svew smx m rand we'e se."-
an opportunity ,t dispostig Of tho __be__wASm t s **Ee au ta lat oearb s PSttborsPost,
the oppoetA. t. bate In s lair ."" 'o-he amay oece to a d Wlsdam- and honor are the avenues
tnt that ope ill s dIn the avg in- of ~"eart. "A very coe .a..eman.o to a happy immoatality.-Plato.

.tngahl I te e ~ft. ameah a e TOOTHPICKS.
ae .tent. aU7t carse. o, t tmwe mer dvade by lst. f the A Y t io saden and a Uae lea-
"Marry ae, my arIng," saMt latter e, M ceuss,, give al. desireta Ae ta Um~e a. -
Why sot get the wutrt ci your Geoage "anI. ShMll have m ala s nur. If y- wi plin* eat a, hl "I ran over .for a hort visit to LIn-

ouety. U- m-Be RM*o Io 1A but cfte. em wbr It 1 camn.0w ".O7 A n," said globe trotter. "On the
and Vafa t.raots. 'St ".Br .. ....... e. 3m.. ado s m..o ea g tagest 5 s .ur eldpa from Ata
Sn Ne, .,"-- A **B wt ^* a m *m aam a an

Read the add. of The Crys I5! witt e fme -- w* a*. a fst and ex.
ta Pharaacy in this issue. a r d uw t aThe. .- l
--- -c d.. -- e he- w--a w.t - -----..

SM the kilograms. tIf yr edse tms a, Blke sapklae or forte. For fthnk.
te Patint hs t et hae wt wtOde m emee Bay wait.,h-
_UAI,^ and, Appeslng ym have ix otWees, dined durmg my viet In las.on
you have dM00 heabs."-ew Tork at Palae's, In -Piccadey, and at lbs
While we havte the utmost se. Is t ve M of .8. 8. - --" *bmen and the river. and at the
Sal blood treble, we wesae that in a- cases aM my to -ew sA eswem nF-a. &arlton., where I palt a dollar for a
the patient ofthiader the best edets of the ae. ;tr reames we he speed wfth whic seaod waves plat of sosup. ad At Aa tnese rsesau-
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fi,. B 14ficially;
'cs Itr (uy ax a L&xaive
S ayrt i a7alab to the clteW and the
wdwimtiAn md t tthe healthy, becmmp ts
csmp nmt pats are simple and wholsAme
and hbeam. it at wkitout dsturMi the
natural facma it is wholly free froma
every -bjbctmbht quality or substance. In
the mres Ao m aadufawurhag figp are aUd,
they ar plaammt to the taste, but the meik-
nalvire I Sy ad Fi are obtained from
a eozellent oldt da of plats kaim to
be adi ily laxative and to act eat beme-
fidally. T.o get its beneficial effects-by
the gepmae--maAjf&lared by the

isv by AS haili ng rugsts, Is indmt poaskassey. bearngt .tM ft
nun d tthe asoay.

"What a splendid woman she Is!"
"I am glad to think you have gt
such a wife."
"Such a wife Why, mn,, you have
no ide of her geerosity. When I was
poor she refused to marry me because
she was afraid of being a burden upon
me, but the moment I came Into my
fortune a cousented at o ace. What
do 7you think of that for khindness?"
Percy-I am tired of this life of ease.
I want a life of toll, danger, excite-
ment and adventure!
"Oh, this Is so sudden! But you may
ask papa."--ife.
Net aUzauated,
abhe nnry, rm going to give you a
piece of my mind. He-I thought I'd
bad it alL-New York Press.
Those who always creep are the only
ones that never falL

The laxative effect of Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is
so agreeble and so natural you can
hardly realize that it Is produced by a
medicine. These tablets also cure in-
digestion. For sale by all druggsts.
Saved by a Cool Head.
Sir Andrew Clarke while traveling In
Italy ascended a high tower one even-
ing and found at the top another tour-
Ist, an Englishman. They chatted pleas-
antly for a few minutes when suddenly
the stranger seised Sir Andrew by the
shoulders and said quietly, "I am go-
ing to throw you over." The man waa
a maniac. The physician had only a
moment in which to gather his
thoughts, but that moment saved him.
"Pooh!"' he replied unconcernedly.
"Anybody can throw a man off the
tower. If we were on the ground you
could not throw me up. That would be
too difialt." "V I could," retorted
the maniac. "I could easily throw you
up here from the ground. Let us go
down, and I will 4o It." The descent
was accordingly made, during which
Sir Andrew managed to secure help
and release himself from his perilous


VttaUty In e.ete lfte.
Oh, my friend, you may prate of
wasted lives ad Idleems ad the para-
sites of m church and all that srt
thing, but I tear it IS ltt Yo Iu kow
about the vital forces tm.t. are feed
and sustataing and streltheuia itt
every hour of thei fuwr mdtweoty.
If I could how y the letters that
emne to me tram that t tartn I*e south
of Europe, letters bebbug over with
health and happiness and the sweetest
resignation, and then show you a photo-
graph of a young man in tommuM and
cowl, wih the calmest, Cleaemt eyes
that ever looked out from under a
pla-Id brow; It you a leda b1 h felt of
his knotted Mieeps and k mn o the grasp
of his eaam but. pwerno haad and
herd the peal of his hearty- lagater-
for his spirit wasa Wbb aecs~ a
perhaps began to = I-Id'why hed
monastie ife, in qpite of Its ftrmdlty,
never stagnates and why th moreyou
contend assgainst the spt of the re-
liglous orders the more they live and
thrlve.--Prom "A Fin doe lecleiFriar"
nla National Magazine.
Every medicine advertised
in this paper will be found at
The Crystal Plmaniacy.
The seeds of the peanut are planted
like beans, and when the vtam have
come up and the euts are ready for
harvesting the farmer takes a culti-
vator especially made for that pur-
pose and starts down the long rows.
On either side of this cultivator are
two long knlres which saink Into the
ground suicently to cut the taproot
of the vine. Th samea process gone
through with on the other side of the
vine. The main root being this sv-
ered ad the ground loosened the
vines are lifted into shocks like- con.
They are eumed by allowing them to
stand in .the -n for about tma dams,
when a eolosed woman sad children
are saet Into the field to pick the nuts
from the vines. An average picker
wlm pick about Eve besels a day, for
which he is paid at the rate of 10
cents a bushel.

It's All in the Laundry
,When your shirts, collars and
cuffs don't look right, it is
quickly notomeste sad the fn-
est top clothes cannot make up
up for it. Our plant is equip-
ped with the most modern
laundry machinery made anaI
our work ti excelled by none
It pleases others and will please

The Star Steam

87 L ardem t. Phone 114
Pensoela, Fla.

We*d4 speoeo.
A curious Industry In Russia and one
which nevertheless nds employment
for thousands of men Is that of mak.
Ing wooden spoons. In the district of
Sememovsk, where they chiedy come
from, no fewer than 7,000 men make
a Living at the trade. The spoons are
generally made from birehwood, and
a skilled workman ean turn out sev-
eral hundred a day. No fewer than
12,000,000 spoons are manufactured
during the course of the year, whihe
are*sold at 6 to 8 rubles per thousand,
They find a ready market and pene-
trate as far as Persia, Khiva, Bokharg

A woman who shall be nameless four
nlsbes the following essay on bus*
"There are three kinds of husbands-
the young husbands who make us u*.
happy because we are so Jealous of
them, the middle aged husbands who
break our hearts because they would
rather make money or play goff than
devote any attention to us and the
old hImsbands who sicken us with thela
Silly objections whenever we turn te
look at younger men."-lcago Trib.

lest in the World

r Correctly describes the Anheuser-Busch
Brewery. Covers 128 acres-equal to 70
city blocks. Storing capacity 600,000
barrels. Employs more than 6,000 people.

Sales for 1908

1,403,788 Barrels

of Beer

which exceeds that of any other Brewery in
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lUof phemmetins mny quarters.
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wifteasmbtwes ofthe
hmUm dwI ftibidda
bluiaofmthewIn the besti-
e~~~i.~W ftt.iu ~ r. stead
Mod Ieft 204 ltg e m e mold
trio" at. r. a 11 m a a mobd-
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b.puums asbdof r a4.ilasd.
to Wl.)rimo.Auk mat a"
at thm oL -s d~Ps 4" ndbu",
monake ora now" dcutlb"
*bme ft& i'4d& mrow or OOHoa of
lll w we I.I MI ft 1111111111

~e ban won Seeewlyaflbotd to
al-up m- dew -tme mwds at t0e
Yvgits., jbs *6 e.mWlotsat Mr.
tt vm oL lil- bwhes tbet eemes
tett ~ zeseto th. athlet~
*40 lft the p9ebemaceof
soe IpIa f" e trpmrmt a o ttt
ei8SNM4 ITo I o" arem
40 60 vkt a h tsstates
am&: M to of geat shamtuhtlwy
tinL.arinav iemir W1" n isat
tive at Ii*Igh-ffta,&and trma the back
of a ocuwvhat WdbuMid a aeude at
sllVey Mft, flod his wet, oher.
He Wom hAX aman or aod bW et h
.iopmemsbl mmgir of a tiwg.howl.
2ft blend at momoMMO mooests a
tyg Othean* the United States has
pmdood-fte bos of the greft ow.'
Rakt the mgm nt *t bm.. Dhyea ovelt-
od his moO -t oIsaofther Wse alto-
getber. V^ Ow equw~m tit oworld-
viae PW o 00 Mh tiIXI Of coudktafts
Wl. D!ysa tosa mootrsr qker. He
Ms. tbe plauesoy of a henver4bor
unlaiste tUe sop 4esaa Mo.
nurn, iih 4% vkAKdt wic Ou~nly
h&"e 60ee by Mr. Gladskbs.
FVeG UidSUW ~ asntt With Mr.
Burn Is emkaotto .omwime m
that behb" jum "cused 64the t tof
the %uiveu'oeW oa

Whue me Wles
*o what e you attribute youSr ood
health aad 1i13Nably abut es cm-
"-o ai batend ma ary ratr-
"Ihe ya hve b banaomtstoatmed at
you Alla oaym out thea emsellent
rntle ftr tIo preevation of the
"OMyres I wat la leBili peai
tstlary for tweaty-thee yers."--
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W M p mW lwW m- s tUbm e when a ma in de Wor wnlMO S fotet -f to-- "... ...
invention of a Cleveland man. It con- craft, gerafly tfeatn to a toeatree M s the ea es I t -andml J--d ... fla o
- of a eatofterndof ON before an Inhioad ca MAheeata. Afe tSapaper In South Amesicea.its- e a lowf
wooden ball, arranged to form an at- they have passed a a bl AgM .Aeletoa u a m- Ba As. B Ai.'ns. . ,in En rl.,. e ll or
trative and novel appan. The aloe t to t1e o ta situtet! a magn.set I in a chni r I nbe s IN
THE SCENT OF SICKNESS._ b emethe aim 1u is O A.-- --t" da a C 4
i lM [ C Nbe c.e of the mosnt IpoM In tbe 1 .M dtuOt., i.OrWn iM e- .That ant ordinance o and
W'r. It has a towen ol S ,by a P to e ... .ito d .rta of Therg at lies sprato ofa M *won==i a -abdays afterItsa
TheI ill--- -.te of te s- o preet- -m Mthe .a o-- a "o the Prees. A a. T Appr utt .

a dheI.Id e o Of t C. A..=, CoflAsm e l4C"I.t-
iftker g ireaterS S tte Isaa asIo w al-a T ]a Wa
imIIle dIo s, --t"b ext aple utva tao asa, s oresepowe steam open ted -c-4 la Aug. SS onw4w Attest: Ms or.
anmi .te ot~* I,....b ,,.el ............. .......... .s an. ppa lat AN 0 INAN E r.tmbapTHU Mr
their foo, t w lining them of p a emna tBa- AW- OorAc STorm To-
proaacing daner- d fo. other pur w e m_- T3=oo'welte _8_ e l? hSt
poseL T he .q" "t K r oxtoo;d s u i. td .ro- or,-M ,,
various odoe ono=4Lwhilelhrvooutfthe ty.lOF
extendedd t- -, e in .e ..o .. eacBts a for sese .r .09 council of t oor.n
smell is capableo Is t rni ttahion. t0per rminte, BePh CuDC oft te out
cu.r AlbWWo grate v lsit var *tia. sthb

.. .. It teshalbe u thedat o......utley .. .... -
Lbe the otber ial mel s*es, It may a.--t ......._ w- wo- rk o I-t-L JaS g ame. lt -the ond-S S 1nh-
ebe o tlt. -tlap b~-t-b ..m.a d paned f* to n.o-a m- *dS ma d- .e a t poro o r thet
wa mo e tsea Bxtt bto i p obf wp urne sesineater Sa. cs h o u
obM put b tW a- rt r I...-her t .r I ... be....... ._s < s .s sent ijv

mld a klso be .1 more rmli0 tht eir sam elf ritar odr osf reIn- ako e tOhe t-ita h ate v tor S who to f o -h- "-s a
a dcage Nes. l.mne..t s ...... .. ... . #.* t- r tree et H-ndred
teriwt..weo w or, -- It-snt hirsa e a myOlu do ms se, m w a r c.WO thew
.....o are all of uniform sis and can but prisonsg jks olrs" worhLouses, am s am do& JalL b tO ">t
be colored to suit Idvidul teastes In camp, churches schools asd nearly B "a xw M I 'S-t ".SS the tt portion of the
beid 4t eayl=U tg5 t the ti.sea odors t Isep oo= who the sse or he ciS!y o r5.
e tt se r eat p aa ebe 0aO tde of *fo r h Cty
at ORhaincetreesaldcaet a a teet t
sttAM eo e S bolt is tno a. ea-mb--- adprd f Of I it s d a b th ~d t l xty-hreven o
Male. area wlos haug leo destr t i prison o-s saM trhe sOis e axreM _. ~ ~ w & Puc rth att a,&..=
rthan bamboo or dole cs tatns, ter q atedtl In large .geOups or battaeoms t e ** be mid "atveln t"owts of 0 Sa rt h e purchaser
be would a t f bet mor e oadd clane-r to hat the-i -charW tristc-do I reg- f wea l .. &prhe an a t.
tactpristr sn to odo"s, a y the Ver&ie o a "" writer the Low- C re. 9 f Doart mnth ur-

-th-- -re sne of amit he. cor b could bWre u to f me-oo' e o-m s Paee d h pe f r aop
8j toe, sIs s oa Mte.TtWoeolt t. &* AapWusuatI
en ba meboot o wh di oth ci ns, UMt W ged 1un in df e ar no ses. tin*sW Nt1 Of Cou cili-ay = 7eOfa( urchvi w >r.

from the Ice to t a plate thy wer l turn- m"', g acid st.weat. A pers at- T *6 s tisaheoro.rUead ofMdMerttnd ete lpo i fce1 "a -
new t to the Ice was bleach d whIte, seatmn breath. eire M a"k, aas bloe w 1OW* I I t o eked am.aersa VtItmrg P lawI eeg of the
The woman who had laId the meat oof ct e *a beo a T g ro al The 6o
rectal on the ice knew btter probably the talo t h e dea, of ooaU tlisee. rieo Ii^Aew," bh ssai ay? AL ww MIw5 vto AuguSt aT WOW the oyf the bl e ef
thean to putItI ttt a pan ocf wateraery Ithe oder a putrid, In H n lalin ed J e 0. p reaso Fir
oask. bat hie had scon aph ried earsy teC W to fAsma -asky, in sro l ike a a W i .- oar of sa nboiWl*dn
Ithe aname thing for the motu ISea l en be t fever ike Oas B od ea- '"u "wlUKst isa
had almost ettiely wasth ed away the fres h baked a-own breadIn fe vero am- 1 a 6 fl*q la d x S itBo
uices omather1me Leaving atIn mo ca in hayst a likeio& or fi l cere To1ft theePa oa P bh
ft= thew Icelto a plats eafetthey faosrtorn-g hhere ewithr"a
wwaplng paper is another way to pineapple. Measles, dlphther'a, typboi4 and bbSa ab sa Te Whol e D
ot a wloin to no ln athat adressd Gi. _
be wiped witha wet loth aid laiMd o n M wag h -wW r h '- a y 0or.
a plate In te McebI o la we to B 3ssueTWOP- i- .i m -Sreit h *S r catoo amR D Thre t
kexeto thead that rwas rW cold tor sai ely -* 6-s*. Tav nothing |Blil0y u c *u ptSs ard s o -,
o5e tm a u. weho somea t nise & as ct ic aok ete pd 3Ib 8 ool m "ata ina a ot Au t aaaro t e .oa.t ahebanare .
weon thien u shesrewtb~*o.. th ednoather deble.erplfsantermo10mesrnta r Lie
fstw mdtl qiols w balW ho,- a bwtpa 0.y rsoen- *s oW Ar or. they for Wa

t" h ft ffo rthe nage t l a illstal e Ine:mi e mfeverg theIn MANOtymOR anid to r tiv

WA ote r e ai Owan doar wayhe r es ae. 7 -Ser- "The brm&pp er Ond M te as oAoito ouo thit
jutes at6 Ier s. L vA NNsAeatIn M DnUGGITm Tb.'7 LuYI "S o d U .Osa" ftr "Peaches a

e -amI t a*.1 b1 0 "wful cA-Y apelh LSr, but the-reO

IBau l wa wa. No i eat deat I s i &T - tBr)5 aRd tTe. Whole Dam (V! -

to. & & or fteTemeat ispt but the best syrspi and aoda. We aee do&trsofWant"Wht

aah m*a. couldn't spend a bItter, pleasanter moment yit ae for Taoh deetr n WUVE GOT THE CfEACHMt Ai).
M-a for sweerd Wevhave ordered the factory to PP
meat is haf dWm Nt ble i y'bt o o C o n sd o ft al these new type macIne they
de r g1'"s 'M"MM1., P4 84ly. aNd we want you to get thf'.~
AKAa T.1T Tf-n T Pt f wa he ihce are here to be had.
to an ft* All an wth the wind. we will give

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w~' hs#AL well bau
'Ahlai* Nai 'thea R. ?

SPs .t W6 4"esaIs ti es slge san
It hpp ft Maqm eat pwa t be or mat el swt tleb ha*t tr
Imit a whet J oar arset thel *aesses oavihbss** ba
ij^^^~~~~-I "^ I^a w ,---*^ ^*^^ w c~~'^a a^ ^^

la la m et ;t may.t sesis ntrf ofna ia litg to10

kN an a**Upe=bNe ss the0 It is*&4
*a-tia o ^-r ^* 964 -or .M - i1".^ M V"^i ~ND

awstiI It auta*

Baream** 0* v torta,

*6 as Mr v quthe qitreusieas ,s n nsta
t xK Ibaoeo a satd t t eaoat Uea e a aoat% l rtee a$sa*s l
O eIB tfawf eaB 1d aesk *a Wane, gwflom 9cMk OAeelO te a
OM*s*theqas t nft"eME hUMa&M.a a oft*6 di
""It *W ft" t w t0n ateas fe tat=. It e IcIrAMato ws
k fl ha 1o ii-i-r at a ash it s go a. via. gcce i sd r report,
am- "a4- fa Noeb*l Som. aItFhe terse abwe mittob eams efaA
**v --1*fu- a-*- ^- i l4 to^ eat like loatp, k. *'- WSIS, ereb

foo it makes the Iwhetsknow in a lne two Ib*bwp te broa" -e3
Mv **afi ia mel a ea ir man rea- bMargar t~iht **aiertei s^at.e

from uw asll e.1bfme.m in gth.eO thaes am" in,
lsninAg eas#U btolo i abouto ne Ma ,, w e WaJ ke.s b
2aa -,Min t .at Itsh doesi r tPagemagl vj. oe slate M
aft ham for.h Mbiln aintM fhortash sad. a thebam teO e
"ed Mal= asboy or neous we ", to0 01 we" f the rept A

as oetaoir read tamnges ted a whist at eaps
tishes bea orye ethe mete. o ers the it s a e pmet r tar taeS
they SSK^1 d etfhete nth- ofthe CaAfw p lotset annaa
hsito wesoed oI tthkist #should*th n oe cow.tee. tA*y
c becow&ml*" to ta ken isI'm animatatl eik albe mozUmw
wft obtub et ikknetWhoay prets port06, q4021*e ad rePOO ft
tealtahy chilSen wto deide wa t sol udrea te hapes begab
DOC soute lor. ns s musmf selt the o iu wh o a ha o grna m 6 ar t*ft ba
fisa od for them and thea plae rthe. at b emesa "It
d1s11 abeoe teb ithte bo olnesad If p .embrw i3 retA ftout adm
ty fo netaMt of them thea y gepneoe- a thioaAwR oruis. Ihe tace
lagb the courm oateaftmt wein th wha w in t tm Ias eo tl.
napIlysl* D juri bA meat edeal weimilblen jithe O
Oft aM =Ore than apt to brig oneat bthi ouet cieature haas he
roM stw published by a Fwologis, IL "
aMt spaetsmta eseect t the c take ue a wf Who alse4 m4 ba peotstal
e1toa TaoRt I taion exnmatTey aiould t en ter with the b oul asn "I me
make sue that thee is plenty of vari- member well ftme isat time I met the
reftathe MtMe earywhe.whenefres
Ot DOO i DRAPtY lash konuyd tons rao I.a I e anw

ai setsor pe tifIg by mysel, when sasuddenly hcfor.
ftd frmthere being a sul- st became alve with the 2w.A sad-
ceat numbW of dise to keopr theaP- den read seed me, and I stood stibe
petite god, I should permit a dtin thehuting path rating one gun.
regulated tsown" le Suddenly, 'an It by magic, I was cov-
ored and hbb aa 9.rywh 1e.S ad lf
* 11DOOR DRAPERY. haste and I refug in a de
stream, yet even *6n the strong phoch.
2A!tu1!?I? Cetnins MBde of 5m"a nrers of the antswould not give *my,,
of Weedko 3.12. and though the bodies were torn .aethe
A now klad at1doporA l dthat bids heads remained. The native tribe,
ir *f A wInh di et .udde y, ai If. by.. m m- -- a -. c & I .a..

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every prescription and hotOee
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cni. that we -be=. r.., e do e V9them
CON I 1 n the we he .ere 1. iNadi
Weo -- sol t t -! THEno ft A We d CREAMLIS
wa. a t, we etm, e oanst 1ba~

quales ad tanshAnts t%
.. ...*.*.d.-k,. cew d. h ,#.-we .canrinldtoay.
WOhave inql. Ab t~o pW Wm, tinmO nS tead w1" aof

te me g Pt a. c e. t Tl.y sfre the fst hom m$Mbyi e.
wmI m c rwd and a e- Ute t for lte ar or brown the on t top te mot eee
nomedew t h at we or_4_7_______

! IV V b aI s 't SI e l wa. Tho t rather a coMgtaot-, o trylawrtoplek thWOneTyele'nty o0 teaP'. ,ut.
Srm Mr H ot te b rette made of ontte d THE CONGREGATIONALISTS.
dams. sad wbhethSAW A4 all aU *0
Atntenst pe *at o to They started th.e frst fore lan ms
Wm_ 'M --Y l an-e m e rs i e sltomary tsocetyin the country.
Wnhe as1 .y setAar A t Thee rt M T d.. ao . s.. .
Oli_ Lor a ma m.r n-w !a OI Oe l t eary society in the u.ntry.

-- --I ... .. .rll m e a For.d a... itaTl,"a. rnt.ed the ml. gelt
Ri- . m -s mst a t t l~ly dr oua Modish little hat for late summer or brown ma es, the trmminTh tarted most book
SR ag"d -ftt ambabve OWN4 e dain early fal wear. The shoe Is rather a consisting o a very large yeowish pink mlWuonary society In the country.

...and.. .M go at it to se Womanll one, but a most beom g o ne to p rose v h Mr gree o e aman They shEcthe oattor.
ter ft a Aos w . .oaryn T Ms. T m.M was in daf ot-he-the-vallt, with ers foliage. try or my fr country.

New wg f pm- ,,-.- .... S_=-- --- ..^ eomm -s.
SJWa "hO-th, e. am a Ti tuiq sh p ebs.ibe. be stey tar e U t c etghe ern a.-t
~TV. canbeant-outIe-s et Is U.inme r o worn urimnnhe onde betweens-ao-n- ,OUD"
Dka.105 Pra.lfr a2.^S~lt wr cn .u,6 wi M -tth narm~ elvt for, period, and ameqmeula gd" style for.

Phoee r. b OL A. .00 c n~t W Tie. started the Ast re ligi ne
I IIm... p*e S -a, 'u s ARRANGING CUM O &,.into- 7A A t.
Wholasa d RatiL ilon a vwst at her besment couat A Pore ra pmson bora I TheP Sabusbed frst hymn bookY
re-Lqisiaato..r o. or S.anis Pa. Us-- a er se sn d D o e In thecounm y.
.ei o m to be t w es Mea Ma sto nte e itwe Ies an s tiv e. town meue- her
PIP ",Od Gr i rth1r& ,l a" *~l.-Sam a, Is W m bo aIn o Tae praor Mod 5ni tr hhanaw5e h frater~nam .
New^ "IM C&vmisbbatoBad ar TOY Ail- -Al tOde U4006 git a&irel barksotork the time of prTh.ey stad the rAttempees
orV too I ,a Wm raht.!am s"o d epfme r Sa*rs aser, the abmetntsetlf ao a tahe ant y. ene r e
party wf, the strio wh henorW ete aawe tt tto be wA l. o e t MM outtr
las. MHuh gmtah name I, rM -- t m Seda a.m ~ hie Mtt to la m a am- 1y yave aiven toa hmericlots but
Phone 105. er fn. o to nnm lt s ,.te, or geateste Mvan s tsit has ver hade-
--".. Iqlm.m "ani - f...

hW te,1 0 5 aI S Ie D t he, l-4 ,,,e si ,ns aaywiwat. .... Bha ,ee du .etp 1a ow. d
TAh et dJib= C-r ftOgth as g Jardine, s hter of the r
m..!L A LA Ni. nei tasr, At an exaysa sof e in Its 75'- rllfiet we i er a or *s 4 L ady
ma w Ina.I* an was a rich man, Lad MaD-
garet would actually carry toot pas-

1- 1', -- ,-- ,b--- --- --, t l B a o Be- iiw YGI--ca n-----.--. ...... .. .. ntwln< ta *of g sa, tb-nng them
Sp 'm We h a srm. d M r um beel oo Wht eawt a 6 -ptiny dse erbs att- ato e ny- oba whene rtreaven
4 oe.itowontthe sht. was alit belot Into sthoakeSobanksofthe M m eo .a
e with amadU mIrapidity.LMWaor hae Abt t So MId Iroae I on txI ts dato 1 t* lsIk D s i t h lY wovr e rage vher elohes,

bettred tbtltrtDt. rd r iood. Pa bst SA M h* later for smo which halt banorod Zawil, the noted writer, had an
.d -h ... ,. .. Mnvr -- .... -_,o.A rool M w tsho p ttJ oe aa d what .or tlttm. eaI grn.t-
ith 1hIs- 1w sa I J ,-G..rtineft 3ar oa __ a h b WM. a.eP n the trare'o stlona wem n hea man
at* smailt-emeaoe 0, eotte to1 t c s h c- by FLOWER VAtE8 ba anywho ee H the packed up and pointed

M OUTFITTEoRS --af- -- S"-E -. d- -a 1 '" "" them out which they t on the platform, b
tter shall l kl eekek I",t =Wt..." M .. "Tierem he h sid, o itm Senrator Lodge." t
Tear-Me 4e l |rilk St T 1mi A M Mr. sa* Ms. -d*----* ' -- ', bise u i teeko. "What!" -'i-sw~ed Mr. ZangwL "Do t
sIes pelopwe. be" Mr.f a" 30.Mln,.ws t o. 1 nows 1 'mor -for A" Wel m ir-ee rapher iMy ones when ldstLnct -

SWno olde ftaSf IV Nor t To as n M t i.. mat re Pt mbet ks t eotept Hhat t cabintept. Henry Cabot t
2 l a. PAtdAFOX *6bpT. r.em e Vr. "IS e o t e me v ett away se.. e at

We koo wsthe morr ,a m m .hemft a000b bts tr o war4" , e thowb an aopport y e e tw Tta M at "e boys bt
one oa our la f 6 s Qft m Vw o"ertas. tt re"at wbetIe % ** et to abr t e Is hi fh hanposnht nORed agwl0n him otal atWwrictlead b

qu--,ty of moeat viM elnL No> sin OM d m s tet A eeot b y wMe -Pi moat re0bconvincedI hae
'rae votom to e-r., a on to -,an, .... ....a. taem n< M e sc, ie as emeses ia e s a r pt. AM e1 TWa for at it party. If yeur asked to have m

c ur m & ob 1. T. w t to atoe eor mt oshowIt self a goo d deanlor msadepends ru the
WhX-&Nr *t*1* a-ft&YeaIs ted aehne, ins wh ethlety I eldige w hatt ctir tbout thrat pgat

S -- ...(.--- ,.. -A... ....l.m evele w..wh, olead tt_ ,th"*. lot of vi er Ate ea olitial mee -nti
at1xan einas as area aesaAlfoesw- a FLOWE hsefelint ca ther mwith.aman

Nex 6 w | whoMr. A wi Aith .<* 4y-0 v s1 0,NAr ^e t iw an- G Sal etfalt the modaers dapohter BC

o.o u g |atlb. tre mean mSa htt htn gta years ago, i em beard of in May- gb

W I UI A)~ p~ LeOL W W nfstn n- n&A ose- lei I SWIL - Mtn ____________bj
GeSSMes th Ce vt Ister int mebe stmds bagt is.Mnues* u
Received, twice a week owe OMOM ~abealthand "We So-- ~ U&NO St iqy ft toDO ftft #afPIID 1
and alw ysfes. Put ~ ~. Ti e st Dow a ym'ztttea to eaabow 4t Wow at s ee~ fiPe uaI u~l dt
up in packaesfrom 10 and W&RA. *1WVie I Wai"g. P M e the 4%k&fth, id f01t bn. ahee rUU t41 OMO he
4.0% -- *qr a& .htew4 St '-6r 1*ir o, -m -l 3 5 ~ o i ~ i A mma W MI WI. 1.D., r m~


i-A' -m k v-~~ - - -
4 ___


An Tooth Brash in our window for
CENTS, U prices 25c, 35c,
5c and 6wc. We bought them cheap.
Brush replaced or money refunded if
bristle ron out. Let us fill your
presciition. We have filled over
two hundred thousand.

D'Alemiberte's Pharmacy




New Be Now In S&
.M B~ls 238 __aex&


For anWMYa esy wing, Samoib writing fut
PMn ohu can surpin Waermin's Self-
RiLing Modfern Pens, and so commeient, too.
Prim d$2.500

New ba Mg. 235.

SwU Dow tme Inb Oft ftpu An 'bigh

A Cornr.On Health

You can t corner the
whole supply of health.
But there is no reason
why you can't get as
large a block of Health
Stock as you require.

WeAre Heath brokers

We supply on demand
of your doctor, shares of
purity in medicines such
as will rapidly cause
your stock of health to



If you change your
mind on reaching home
after purchasing goods
at this store, come right
back and bring the

things with you. We
will exchange them or
refund the money. In
pleasing you we please

Medlelne Delivef d to All Parts of the City

The Crystal Pharmacy,


Agents foe Whitman's .-of Ls PWNsmheg
lead poonag, eve in, a md form
-4t Sch a sermlo thing can ever a.
me a mild form- anot be too cloe-
r Suded aeaiest 0m very simple
orm of doing so s to s them albht
before the kete at you uwe for b .-
g tho water to breakfast. The wam
hat has been ymg in the water pipes
Snalght, when them sld pipes are
made of lead, so not very eaf to m1e.
t may have become lregnated with
e lea d, and ft is Tvry Inpobable that
*opVe wMl wat ptaftr tm the mnfy
morning untl a aeMent qantmty oa
water has been rema to reader tV
erfeetly saft to %s, whieh wi"l mo
e the came ntil an at wMh has
een satd isn da has bee
m. Of eourm the watr tam Ued
ay not d any seri b aat m ist
ways wise to be s the us stla

Shetti -m *s n hs
nde ehf tHuh b a t be"
r nrois wiba amy am dk to
amonae eafin sa tI which a t-
aMbea aUaIb. .6kmpsibnd u MP
ackwod's a stm a I asTages
a ost an or uldde a thm; 2me-

, iat It is awl t IXfa cm -

her Rquie In etmasec packets here
ad Sieew dw a ne .O the mSacemw
ed his bed M at oas tahe sat-e .
i4 &a tt a & Ma1der mnampartmnt
a *e lt can stasad to bold that
aoims -l a= mbehswa head, or
&* qe&K is a qedW ta



H. P. CHIPMAN, MMager.
m-e,. Miden aMd SM b d

Fine Coffees


Wrebdo*an lo ess*ben U
shink at outtbbl..

Pie of new weave keep
'OJum O N b here daly.
MAch, eousive patterns tUet
jlt m rf titm e l ot.
Were tbo]oly alive to the
demands of our ? rote*=n
always on the Jump for new
IdMea and tbot
U 'will ad our raolodng firt
a fit and style-lrst to work-
aMMAmhinAd a 4




1-, 1, ,.*. _ *>"-*1

.../ q-



p -. -



,. ~ A'

Ax .*as .&- 1.ots.4 t!;
Out*r. lt ewEd me 40 *A

1 -. te l usaw m so =a* bt~ta
mowyor@e you as WerOf sor reddf est
on .v -"matst ig at al ot he bepbpn

e.l .. inlmest cuttr. Good
lt to M pty. Apply to A.
aeWw, co.. .o...t and Ai-
i, 4sptUlw
jrfor etablithd
W. w o weekly to start.
__ a Pg U 2nem Addrem
. "w Pi~*m e"i.. lts
i m Astod te 4dolm week to
i Barber Shop.

w to do b hU.wr.
0i%,Zt Tnt,--4erncl St. beptts*
uItclas *lltefbarte. 12
W-W JWL1 1 w.I

WD-G1 o"cok Appyr M3 UK
eMm^t s t *Sept1.
A aoo ursea. AW 4 W.
27-A. meA. IV

WANT~.atMooM bf*ard for man.
*Wife a** 5SS**Sp. as n. A. *
0., Jeuceel -a Spt 1W

POUXTE3N WA.NTUD-B, first class
.!mSwwwram ow*na. Ad-
drew A mPlw o

Sam Appl 40C "16 VAtX35Ms
2Sept. -m



> UH buy ai elegn 4@roomn
cottage with modern c- on-
vitnces, neat School No.
S 1; leased at $3 a year-1-
,per cent interest net. A good
home for ainybo,

A small tenement house
near depot; rents $96 a year.
A 12 per cent investment.
Have plenty of others on
my list.

List your
me for sale.


property with



Lots 1,

All M,
All Bb
on No

daI WeWANTID or efolor a aIoVRY 8TA Lin, a.- We
at W. W. Sot, bu d"d4M, aO Ciarrases eet all trais, one-thi
N.*lySBS. We hav u a slshate or double teams, m!ght or day balance
ladies r w to any pot. Best service; rates. ea
class s oable lsaium We
1tKtenmi. xIcS c gim Sif. J. wW= cOD-Artesan wou vesatigi
-,- -, Intede-Ia. 1 ia I drillers for saw malls and turpen-
wAuM MA WAwMr to Ave r- I lW eap eoially. Geneva, Aa.. E
.1 2-S ti rae UnL Pr.epared to put IS c
S? wells to4to 12 Inches diameter,
at kam- mail order homi and from 100 w u" leoet depth. Sat REAL
a pactp= 100 -ed. 19jau~mus
.,amet position "with advance. I--" -
-WO^gKy more essential -thafi_ -N 9e
e National L 7X0 Chest- oTUw Bai-Mng. :n.aled 1lebues 20
i lat0 6iadoMhia Pat g r tw manctre of galvanied -
for the *mvHthi Mwl b.
lrfu oruaw `kvn~t eem e

^ ^AlUDm'I3T-CLASS hat cleaaning.
S l ade new. Cleaning, press
**? and al w. "-tt'facton guaranteed.
; ?Bainmab Straws. Isc; Felt, 6c;
V"eI l. Victor Lous. 100 L. Inten-
Anl come in. 4aeptime
.WAMTj~-A position as salesman
.' 4 I Bkteor with a well estab-
S5ah ulafture houme. I have 7
'v- y-ar experience, cam give glt edge
-.efeea and will have to have *
; pod -ly. Address C. D. W., care
" r;WAaIinP-Al kindls o electrical
weak. 1 Iell all kinds of electrical
-'-te4ie1 and other electrical supplies.
W Im you need me ring 346 or 955.
I L. W. Peake, -New Star Laundry
h f AMOst Garden.
A ."N Ir The Merehants Transfer Co.
your moving ad hauling. An
; Ie Sguaranteed. T. BL ThoreaB,
.Wr ft. Poae STL.
i~lH -Tocorreond with ladles of
^ia-e Obo matrimony; ae. S26 to
,, 30o Aug. lw*
OM)-Ath rrtate repaired and reo
SMos; buillt to order: horse
and oer fort s of steno*
to the Peisacola Type
U ohagme, or 'phoae 13O
i 3 Brent BaUdlag.

terms, circular 'eouiding, etc., I am now
prepared to do Sheet metal work of
all kinds on short note. Satuista.
tion assured. Estimates cheerfully
gyvea on work In or outside the city.
Chas B, Vetter, 1S W. Intendeacla.
Phono698. k5maylIM
J. H. PORTIR, satlmaler, 71M South
Palaft street. Orders taken for
tents, awanin, camp stools and souse
cots. et. Prices reasonable. 2 U.L
lng & Co. wholesale sad retail ship
chandlers and oeers, only rt-class
house of kind in city. Nar prices to ael
CARRIAGB repared and repainted.
Floats bIlt t6 order. HBorse shoe.
INS a specIalty. J. G. Welsh Carriage
0 .ITfeb
WtlUe Mija, Proprietor. Furni-
ture repairing of all kinds, carpets
laid, trnIture packed for shipping
Phoee. 63. Net to Thmpa Iandlng.
Mattresses made to order; old ones
reuovwate New ticks furmished.
Second hand furniture bought and
sold. Upbolasteaf and repairing dws.
114 3. Bemaot Bt., ity, phone 771.
Davis Mft. 0o.. T. Davis. Mr.
H. ALCA.-fl, Copper and Sheet
Iroa W4rker cornice work and sky.
lights a a eelalty: rootag, uttering
and repauit 3. 9oh Palaoe m81
Phone 5601- re- dene phone 181.
ZJunela. .
I . .. I I+ I .

AiraTD-Jrhe peafle to know that NDVWHfK91&
alls aH mls ofrepartngM Oo 6l MIBANT-_Wth reof e
WOtNtaHO aeg. b"" *W )Jist ihume set= .Jpbon amid bth.
We-a Oarrge Oa S On er lwne. S iptim

~~~ar4Lal Ematme afor sale'
Is "~. e mobtneal T OWr bull.
emfy mieed.3.AL W*t
ieet, om ISI. kGebur

'WetW$ Nf&ik V1 4
seam no. U
st Pmmwis h

MCmI P mED moom and 1oa0d
var for couple or two
m-o Oe b m ar- line. Terms
reasoab. Applyr No e cor Davs a w
Jackm. Sept2-w.
FOR 3RWN-Two deliahtful rooms up-
staba. new boe; beth and all con-
ve lenam.. 'Itable or Arrited couple.
or two mtaeo Norh Hill, near car
a 11feoo1 s tl. Address 'Prlvate
e. m J t Sept it *

FOR mlifP~tsdr sTo*s
__________ t. sat o eule. Udren; PrM..
an w maeants hrthe Gee4 I esp.



IcdaymoIyer coiipwy

Agents New York
Life Insurance Company.
100 E. Government Street.

Phone 700.

PemnodAs P&



for lot 40 feet front on East
Romana street by 170 feet
deep, next to Bass & Co's

for 711 North F street, large

2 and 3 Block 64 Now City
w Ieh is ftunated two lot, rents for $5.00 a month.
es renting (or 170.00 per
S. .. ..... : . Call$ and See Our List
look 3ol 4 w cur ..... Im20
aId 2 In delok 147 ew of r" poy. .
.. .. ... .. . -.500
Me 2S d 3skid 40 ch .. 7- .7
is n s ,ac.. 0o Mortgages on Real Estate
have some very desirable klots
rthm at pr a rain frm in this City bought and sold.
0 to $760.00 per lot.
l sell any othe above for Money to Loan at Lowest
rd cmh and will loan you the t R o .
e of purchase price. Market Rate of Interest

have some very
rperty that will

desirable busl-
pay you to lu.

the Maxent Tract
C Street now for

4% South Palafe Street.
I - -- -- 11 I I- --

Phoone 7.

, -'

; Others are doing It ev

of or operatess. let ua s w

Buys' both ot) and
us IBst Kisb tract

10, block

Takes four lob southeast cor-
nor book 132, New Ctt tect.

gets thres lots nmorUrwest cor
block 94 New City, on Goestea
street, neir the bridge.

I W trW the two and a hal!
story residence on GuMemllard
street second South of Jakou
This Is a 6argaf, and must go
-dek at this pric oots 652145,
-well a ed.

LS.Brown 6Co,-
Thm Thin.a.mb.

For Sale,

$5250 -
I the 0 block oa N. Bayen Sft
ax room, hnM. bt. ktcen, at;
bath between the bed m Ha a
larme back gallery a loed Inaed can
be e awa suamner din n room.
Lot ft. front. MIcemet neighbor-
hood and hoo In plendid condition
On East seefon street seven room
and ail, bath and simatry oaon
taos. Lot 80 ft. by 137% ft, overl
looks the bay. 'Trhs place is new and
has been held for $500.00; must be
eold quick at this price.
i offer the nortbeamt aoter of
block 175, N Ckty. 5 lots, sLt aerone
'the street Mr. Bears new resia
dence. Thia property is worth $1500.

2"'& S.Palafex 3t,

FOR RENT-Five-room cottage No. 1024 My t
E. Cervantes; gsu; bath. $15.00 per
month, Iudin water. P. F. .nsham. MONEY LOANED on real estate and
Phone No. 10. 2 Sept 3t. personal property on short notice.
FOR RENT-An excellent location for Terms eas. W. Bulard, 28% Sout

fnrst-class bar and restaurant, one Palafox StB. Phone t1 .
block from Palafox. Inquire The Flshec
Real Estate Ageney. M Aug. I CAN LOND YOUR MONEY at elght
7K RUNT-Twostory. store build-I per cent. If you have any that you
Ine g on-Mat Intedenci-. 3x6, 3 4 want interest on. see me about it'. It
feet. Apply to . o will be absolutely safe on eal estate
eeBro. A to .security. Leslie 6. Brooks, Fiser
Bro. 7auf U.building. Phone 462.

COR RENT-Two new modern .-room MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bor-
houses on North Spring street, atl rows money from Jno. A. Hall &
$20.00 each. Fisher Real Estat! Co, 14% I. Government StL When In
Agency. augl 1 ned call on us.
FOR iNT- One story cottage, 22 9-
Garden St Apply to Walker Ingra- MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per.
ham, at Star Laundry. 2aug onal property on short notice.
T Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co, W.
FOR R -NT-Large 11 foom house, Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb
240 E. Intendencla. Apply to Fisher.
Real state Agency. laugh NIMID smon or money to
FOR RENT-N.ce room house, 211i peca rs toebusiemaas eno lar
East Ro a 13.00 per t ans The NewYork Loan Co., 204%
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate and South Palafot.
Reptal Agents, 22% W. Government
St., alisbury building. 24July

FOR RENT-Some nice stores on NI
Government street; cheap rest. The
Fisher Real EState AencyI. 1jul

MOR RMNT-A. R. Bbngkam has stor
age room for rent, suitable for fur'
siturw or other soods. 104 sad i ;

PRIVATE SCHOOL-The fifth annual
session of Miss. Hoden's School win
begin October 1st, at No. 9 West Jackson
street. Sept 2-n1m.

Cor. Government and DeLuna Sta
Box 173. Phone 637

OLD MIaLL INN-On bay front. Opens
- June L Large, airy and delightful-
ly cooL Good fiahing, bathing and
boating. First class table. On elec.
tric car line, 15 minutes ride from city.
Regular boarders and transents.
Terms reasonable. Address Old Mill
Inn. Pensacola. Pla. 4may
BROWN HOUSE-Defunlak Sprtng
Good beds, airy rooms, elegant
meals; free bath and sample rooms.
Special attention to traveling men.
Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown.
year. American and Nuropean pn.
Special summer rates. Pirlst-cla I
every respect. Pleasant and conven.
lent. Mrs. T. I. Bowen. Prop., Pen-
sacola. Fla. lapr
CHIPLBY' HOTUL-Car Seterll,4
Prop. Special attention to commmer
cial travelers. Free sample and bath
rooms. Lares rooms with good bed.
;2 per day. lImartm

BAY HOTRM -Opm night
Umopan plan. mRooms
clean .-Tranet trade
57579L S. Palalom. Jas. I

and day.
light and
L Nicolan.

south Tarnona se Poe oio. HarEL. VERNON-Rates 92 per day.
MILTON-When visiting here have 8-pBclal rate by week. petalev at-
FOR RNT-4-room. 2-story Cottage tonesoral work done by Ira Mn. i- tention to traveling men. Free sam-
S W. Blmot Ay to Wlrts ened and ed. ceit om. Mrs. J. P. Mauldln. Pro
lAWham. ApO to hotels. Phone $. 24aul 15apr.


Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anything
to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the
work*'' '^ '


-*~a -

G -alEstate.

ts in

t*ow iweflingi en the aanet car a, eotrawy boeatK "etig at
-e a aat rent, it sol at cne ... .. .3350
So t Ment.enula Ntreet, e.trally oao .. .--. 800
Nine Oa Om the WoremMt o-me i bloc t 16, New .CW, batI-
fmI Ally dtMd1, et-nort Ba"Ou one block from ai le .. .. 1500
Two luge Awelags n me emal one on large comer Klotm tlly

Kdm ,. .. .. .. .. ...... . . .. 2500
ft.c"=m dweaiag an EAst aZSea me street wth large lot. spedid
lW loilt eornr Mboek *4, New City, oae block hfm leo-
trie arlbe,. .. ,. .. .. .. ...... ** ** .. .. .. ..** .. .. .. 750
FleB 0 ontheanret xmr bloc 5 3 frontaig pubb SedaaN v
ook~no, two blocks from car Hue.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 1000
iz, room dwefin* Wth lot 80 by 126 feet, splendid neliboabood on
lqk Berme- Street .. ..... ........ .... .... .. ...... .... .. 2250
Two one asftory mw a. -Bdi large one story dwelma with ll the
furnm 'tOr Mjinsc plwo, .,t 1220 feet fot aed about one mAe
deep r&ng fome Bay to Santa BoR somBd, kIow as
the CHarses vNmseft .. .. ....... ........ ..... .... ........ 000
A h~e two toy did erI on large oern
ot,. fr-nt lfrt* lie, e4m North i . .. .. .. .. .. .
S[ room dweling wit la lot, on t Intesiencla St.. .. .. .. 1200

luf ag lt t amid Imrauc Atgcy.

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P. 0. sX "L

FOR aLE-te* 4 lots 4h15 ftee.
J.1. bJanu d up. 2 .m
S2 facing a orthon Loyd.
O SA -A.aod slo botnemsin Twostory dwelling contalnings u1
trees. wot a good th adr airy rooms, with pantry, china
BOX I city at poce. 4ptlweclot and bath room; also several
Boxout houses. All under fce and in
FOR BALU-At a 'baraina one large rst-elass condition. Will sell entire
marbl'o witmh sw''Wp wropertty for $3,000. f pu aser dme
teadencLa. 4ept mire can pay half cah, balance on
easy terms. Apply to
FOR 8ALZ-Second band DIvery
Wagon wlb set sf, .bame"*- -E L. EE,
Cheap. Iqble'at.U4-l1 ib 33.-36 SOUTH PALAFOX ST

LyQBi!Ri8AI~j~ftU~tN uS and 4;

$02 B. Ct* staUt; if b- t or
r4pted at owne, ame had a ap. Ap-
p C.u L Mvoy, butcher shop, corner

ed arto aI fthw hO .
J. A. Wilson & .O.t. ealtte Agmt
Room 7. bltdaby helldl-g. Phone
L A. "--. sa.

NOR SAMB-To retar Taular Bll*
era 5rWl4" 1reay tr ebdat de-.d
livery. Apply t M. Goaaes & Co.

FOR BAL -eoond ba t ss EL P.
boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to
New Method Laundry. lApril
ley, making omectice with iall
launch for points on St. Andrews bay.
Extra teams for. traveling me. Good
horses, comfortable vehicles. Can on
or address C. Sinclair; ChipleyF a.
Telephone No 74. Ipr
FOR SAL-Several tracts virgin
pine Umber. Turpentine places and
saw mills in operat'ot. Also excel
lent traeta of stmpace. Turner &
Aymard, Real Estate Agents,: Box 115,
DeFunlak Springs, Fla. 2July
THE LAUNCH LeDLAR for sale. 26
ft. in length and 5A ft. Wide; can
be bought on rasonabl terms. Ap-
ply to King,& Rumn, 0S L8. Palaox
or Santa Rosa PavfiII.. tuly
FXR SALU-Woeres n enge, 8 .IL
P., 2 cyM4 w, 2 cycles, om pl.te t.
t- for a it "W ; n' pae;et oedn-
tio anMd nmaiw daily; r-im for
selling, Noha to re -e it by .1mr
engine. Kang & Rvo t.. 192a
FOR SAL-4 ano aNoer.
suitable for l ke, .ound t a. river
Add4ees "M," care Jo. ral.. 2. 1l
I t v

L&0"OR S -te mae wear-
lU_ t" t wam. to return to
Uo Strewf at. 1. Mung. Sept 2
L -White a coat Friday
ntiht o mer- Monarc or land
pleae return to 50 Bat Gads-
den street.
LOT-Monday afternoon on North Hl
car line, one gold handled umbrella with
blue silk cover; monoenua M. L. P. on
handle. Reward for return to Miss Louse
Palmes, 15 W. Strong. s Aug.


T. 0. YATES, M. D,D
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a13 TWine d.6.,
poussele. Um


Architect and Superintendent
ONUee-I t Brent Building,
Pencela, Fla.

Thie Wolley anatorium, the only In-
stltuata l the United States where the
Oplium CoeCine and WhiskOy habits
can be owed without exposure, and
with so much ease for the patient. Only
30 day' time required. Describe
your ease aid I will write you an
opinion a to wbal I can accomplish
or you. Ask your family phyldaso
to inve=Uae. Dr. B. M. Woolley. 104
N. PWyr Street, Atlanta, Ga.

P-am els Laedg, x. 3, K. I P.
meet4 every Monday evembla at 8
o'dloek at their temporary Castle Hail
p9er Poa stable, W. IateadeaCa St.
Visittag brethren cordialy welcomed.
MeA~age I t the
Ksights c Columous
are eld as their bha,
No. 8 West Inteden-
al- Satret, on every
r Monday evening at
1:30 V oocAk. Aa
StatOa It extended

J. a. GNAR Qrand Knight

Nao LAI.e No. 10, Daughters o0
Rebeka, meets every Monday nlgIH
at I o'clock In I. .0. 0. hall. Via t.
te sostera erdlally Invited to be pre*



Rathbone Lodge, No. 30. Kntghts of
Pythlas, meets every Thursday nig.A
at Castle Hall. Members of slst9e
odues and tlsting brethren cordial-
ly Invited to attend.
J. M. ROER. C. ('.
C. LJ. VT. K. 8.
M' LB B. A. No. S1, mees art nd
Itd Wednesday evetng at 7:30 p.
UL. Raford Hall. No 10. West Inte-

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We have the lat deiveb at any ice
factory in the city and w.nt f Our tele-
phone.number is 232. ngOu i Up4 m y wil find
our prices as low as it is pa tom ite tbml
In Jacksonville the Oer onmers of ice get


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PH"WE 70. *n 8AkAYL ARA V*frXT

the low prices andthe lcon mr '"get it in ihe
neck" by paying big -nice The county solicitor M IMI X
here says we must adopt the Jacksonville 'cRedule i
that would mean a cut 6f Sc to 1 Ier hudIdto J I. P Pg n Two).
the Big Fellow and a raise of 10c per hundredto the c'. .
small consumer. As wine-tenthl of the people In Gaeer, or. u Er, 1 Ws* r .
this city buy in small quantities, we intend td pro. w -S W-I l t !
tect them just as long as possible. .q~ M er. or nae- I
The M oore foe O on .pny U0. .,.. ,,,.hg .. 0ts and 24K Block 1k iT, East
II ,. iw n. ... ...... .......... ot is 10 .. a 1 e. Bc i ,
The M oore lee Co mpany v. .S" ro ******-.0 --------- :
ST st te IA, 1......... .... Lo okn | i
I P.o. 42Dr Is. 13o. -eUnnwe- ...................L Block 5, NW City-. .: *..
.A- -__ "______- Kier, 1_2_7 Unknown....... ..........Lot 6, Block 7 New City.... .. .. 0 0
-11BSlt Sallie Moore ..............Lot 14. Block 7, New Cty ........
Swa nop to te W. 8. Keyer (o suMa Rvers.............Lots 6, 7 and part of 3, Block Newo
Ir .wood, Br as, Gunok 25Ns, Hrrinton....... .... .. .. ...... .... ... 5
Tempi.o to the W. &. Kser Co. emlu. .A. i is, New (ity..,. ..1
I ... .... .... ... Ktr C Kell ................ N orth pLots 14 to.At B lock 13.
Shones.eft Dr Afton, 24UJ, a.iw.. New .ty .. .. .. ..... ... ....
ro to aI Taett Co. Mrs. Everitt...........South mut of Lot M' sad 1
Ieen. dNBile, 16K, 1 w CI ..........
I c. M1l 11 ...........t 1, ew cy .. ....
I- Evanmma to the WUm S. Say er C. exM la...........Lot 4. Block 5, New City.... .. .. .. 3
YOU a D C .. ]B. ro ...............Lot 7, Block 15, New City.,........,
STo War Dr as, on. ilt e... ......... Lot lock 18, New City.. ..... ..
IY' .r.St. WMa14er t, ,"gS to Rix po R-eN.Ut.. Lown ..Lot lock 1. New t .. .. :

Y oHIs trder. L .o fva;..
U WI ,.. 'Sis A. B. ett way........... at feet o 4 and west oee0t of 6.
Si NpBlock 26, New City .... 4.. ...... 14
Avantl Nor ship, Aadea, 1648 1. Williams..............South n feet of 10 ad of east 24 feet
A vSell a yr D-OU TUmS 11 Ki4ik tto 0Wder of 9. Block $6, New City .... ...
I t-r- wai a,, TJU D. Perry..................N% of south 7 feet of prh 103 feet
Ides and after e Ito ranter. of 10 and of "at half WfBloc 3t.
t other tte ar bontomAter. New City......... .. .. .. ....
l An, It' ship", 7p." ara. 1581."Lon- w. S. Norman............East 16 feet of 4 a nd Block 27.
S don to order. Ja. Johnson.............o 6, Bck i3 ,ew City.. .. ... 1
Or eateaee ems e..ny place Bar .. UF.'"Nr 3L Tharp_. .........ILot 6, S.w SBlo ..$6, Now
I O wed bk, v1M4 M .. ..... M...rst X, Ioc I e..
their hands on tm wir Durbto Q I. ...... rac. Lots 4 to Block 40, New Cit.. 4
....lD e.Virg-ia -- Walker.m .......Lot I ad west 24 feet of e Block 42,
I Andrea Nor Qu 114, Dban .New Cty.............. .......
I *A~ 6 MtrConine Jordan............ S of to1 Blok .New C1ty. . 7-
Ir IO .. ....0...W.f.. Ma T- h Moa N. 30. JemnnJ ............ 6 te ft of ., Block 4, New City 5
l. N I Mone, NOr W*, PedOTMrs 1028 tPenoacola Building lnd
d r 5: iy p S Sm oider. T..Iuetrl A =oltloa...Lots 4 to 8. Block 51, New City.. ..... 18
N h. Swed bk, 3urgfet, 12680, W. A. Blount ............. lots 18 to 0 Block 76, New City ..
I w Nat to od* H. B. Mc(elland.........East 3$ feet of 4, and west S3 feet of
Olivest, Itel bk. 'Oout, Ge to o, r- 83, New City........... 12 .
der. Mis SM L.L ull taa.. ....Lot 30. Block 85, New Clty........
,-_ T- M. a,---- ...1193. Mrs. P. MN ALewt.... ....Lota and 7. Block New City.. .. 31
SPolt, Itak bt. See 1198 A. P. Wa to m,.. ........Lot 1 to 3, Block 7, New City...... 14
GSFI Weg1g to master. H. P. Shipmam ............Lot 16, Block T7. New City.... .... 8
b, I M Nor bk. Uich 114, Ant W.- -. Norman .......... .Lots 6 to 10, Block 9. New CKit.... 9
S....... ,I_~ _III M E.O W: .w.........Lots 18 Boc aNw Ci .... Bo
S FIRST NI NAL D Mmr4 t A. ZeUm & Co. Estate L NH..IAAerK ..... Lots 6 and I and 14 %and l, anCwest
ho Ital bk, Marw. 60, No- half of 8 and 13. Block New CNo w
S- .. It g mR. S W.8mablett... .......Lots If and 17, Block 103, New City.. 8 4
OF P SACOLA, FLA. . Be .... .... ........ Lots and and and and15d 1, Block 1041,
l Sch New City.......... .......... 10
ODeignated Dpoeltary of the United ftae. A, T. 8owl, A sc. Tbom Geo. W. Re r.......Lots 9 and 10. Block 14. New City.. ,
345, Phladelphia to OCzy a W. nRee Tro ....... .Lots 11 and 12, Block 104, New City.. S
W. XW G. W. IPes nMa .L R. C(t o..,a........ .Lots .17 and 18, Block 104, New City.. 174
7. *MA Chit. ., A0- sob, -, Mary O. Tat ............Lots I and s. Block 105, New 0ty.. .. 7
DImH-V. O. .K. ye 166. Bea to master. I. &. Brooks...... .......Lot 6 and west half of 7, Block 108,
L Hm A lea. 55 T '" -- New City.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. 4
Ha. au, Am _to Sm order. P. Mosely..............Lot 13 and west half of 12. Block 125,
S- . J. Butler.... .......... Lot 17 and 18, Block 126, New City... 4
SC. arle.............. Lot 19, Block 125, New City ........ 1
.. urton.............E% of 13 and all 11 and 13, Block 17.
sA~. 3 3N mm ew c!lty.................... 18
&W. P1Me ,M u-- .. D'Alemberte........ Lot 11. Block 128, New City.. .. .. 1
&EP.w. C.- tj..* 46tSl 21 -iAnd I Block 129, City.. 15
STUE UC PIC.1 a ....... Lot 14, Block 129, New City. .. .... 4

ImScott H. i ....... Lot 1 Block 130, New Cit . .. .. .C 8
.*t 4 TfTaln and Elegtrio Car Sodul, hPensacola Iand an
SIRECT e bayfUD S44 *mepaoena Wiope.a...i.Lot to 1 Block 134 New Cy.. ty.... 8
Oper House BLeddab w a ettr.....Lot Block 12., New City.. .. .... 1

17 &.3) 10 Bm. 7:TS0 *1 :80 p New City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......
DE I NA E D SY UNIT D S jay. Pn oa -*. :0 Lee ^ J no. pel~ i.a...'......Lot 11 and west bal of 12, Bock 151,
A xmm pm. 6:2 P. S ino. N w9 ci7 N........... ..... ...
TDI SRECTOI. 8 &.M. 10 p.m.* 8:30 Kate Wilson..;........... Lot 8, Block 154, New City .... 8 4
DIeEmTO-D.nS i.S. 11 p.m.5 8:0Leanielel.............Lot 9, Block 154. New City.. ... ... 1
Heay -, ev -in Frank Rely, 9. S~q .9:0 I Gordon ......... ... ot 10 to 16, Block 163, eow City.. I
L L PMII W R"eas s L. W. -l s 11 11:30 Improvement Company.Lots 1 to 5 and 16 to 20, Mock 1684
Bra T. F. 4Lemigg Jo S. L s 90160eso a New City.......... .. .. ., .. ..1
12 soon 12:36 pia Pensacola Land and
A.P. o .__ S*..e P 1:.0 I.p ment Company.Lot4 6 to 15. Block 164, New City.... 4
W. "***. "--. -- I W ... "*;2 Pensaeola Land and ,
A me"i L11. s. 16101 ai3 .M. 2 8:3 0oI m vement- -ompany.All of Block 167, New City.. ....8
ml. .+-NI d_. o W. 3 Knowles...........All of Block 17, New City......... T
m Iy dMtun a at *A Nd ai o, 8:3I 4:00 L~ 8. Howe.................ots 11 to 17, Block 187 Now City...
4 pa-. 4:30 u. e. McArthur.... .......Lots I and 2, Block 191, New City..
t4:30 p.n 5:00 to I Wseoal..... Lot 8 Block 193, New City.... ... 1.
S 9 5: J.W. Lu ......... .....E o 7 and all of to 10 and 11 to 20,
Four per e nt lt Pald on Ti Dopeosite.. ":0 p: 5:25 Bock 198, New City .... ..
Wm------,,--5:25 p.m. 6:00 C. T. Cottrell............ Lots and 4. Block 12, New ty.... 11
m4._ __,__- 6:00 p.m. 6:30 M-avJlYer Co........ W Block L300, New City........ 17
m. .V m . 6 : i m. 7 0 w. obler.............. Block 2300, New ty ...... .. 29 2
.m. o M. C. Parker...............Lot and west half of 19, Block 207,
m D ...nao0 e.w Ci ty... 7:.0 .ew ty ..... ... ........ .. .. .. .. 3
L 7:35. p.m. 6:00" Waa. Holder............Lo..t 4, Block 224, New Cit......... 5 .
A N I T 8URH00 H ,,m .:Mcl avI-4Her CA. ........Lots 9 to 13,l Block a New ty....
I 8-0 o8:30 S BWoyer..............A ll of Block 49. New 'it ..... ... ... 8 1
I riM 9:80 lc. Fonts...............IotA 1 and 2, a *o New city.. 1

I .......g.... a ............ .mNge P P. We.tworth....;..Lots 13 to 20 Block 21, ew 22t.. , 2 7
T h P. . -- LBn ,, Lc rt ,BI __ r-hK. o s......... o So ck New 2ty....
__n_ _. ..__ _ _ _. l ... .:_.__m 811:00 a.m T .C W atson a o .......L o 4 a d 6 B l ok .. .. ... $
____1 11:00 m. A. Simmons.. All of Block 2t4, New C .. ....... 21
,,11:00 a.m. 12:16 p"... Leo. co'EWin...............Lots 1 to 12, Blqc c19 New C.i. .

C otbrt .....ILpt sve3 . ock .. : y: 9
Ci t yn of Pdee le n a *.1 I n es rnle a t B-nds-. 8:0 p.m. 3: p,.* Tde............Lot 14 to 14 Cit w t...

6:20 *.tealB .rd S a' t .... ...................,-ots 11-to 1 B -," +ew Ci y.. 1


























-- iat :10 Do- M. p b 0 .twm 3 Newt r j 10 to

bIa. -.9999 i b ,-- - ....**.*....... 18 a 1 .? New w
... .ra ee........... ...t* and.. 7,, lock ....
MWe 1 am 17 sift *. U Now 9 99
Shingles--Cypress and Pine. .. Nt r ..........

C arIC o m. .it i o ni o u t w it t 4 W e.. . . . . .t W
Cabot's Shingle Stain. I -u ..e.. .. ... M'-'.""
L a ut to It f Im ......*....It. Bt ,o ,West Ki
Cary Composition Roofing. ,, m 0" 51.....c..ii'i<.,', s* 2
Front Doors, Window Glas,- Buildeors' M te- t .mn ..... .......... a ..i i,ia
m. bm s a, rms o vr.act.. ..........9 ..9 .... . .59
om wee vk tr.a.. al f S& a. J r P l-e ...........I tsU and 14., Bock I Wet Unqa
We carry the stock and you ca* g it tP-4ay. I t atba' :wh... P, 3j.. ........... xII..w.t'L-S S
freight for say ponlt, but trelsst t oan.s..........We 1 tof rh Ma 19
mm m. t t..... Wt 24.of 1
Phone 11. H. G. DeLVA & CO. Ite I and .ru ,W S .... ......... -........ I1

m :0 80=0 1W .ret.. -.. .. .. .. .. W.. a.. .v- .. s.
**~~~~~sa **it g'dl~ ; i WM**'^ *.'r' see fee a ggj' agey ^^^*"*****^g0 ^^ 2


Unknown..... .... ........Lots 19 to 24, Block 1, Mazent Trat
Wm. Fisher, Tr...,,..... and 18 to 19, Block 142, Maxent
wmin. Fisher, Tr............Lots 14 and '15" Bilock 'i4 Maxent
Tract.* .. o- .. ... ...... .... ....
Win. Fisw. Tr.. .......Prac. Lots 1 to 6 n E. Block 149, Max.
W D a. eOt Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..
Wnm D. oBary........N rth 90 feet ot 1 to 4, Block 150, Max-
et aTract.. ..................
Wm. Fisher, Tr,.,,.,.. 1 nd1S and wae. 16, In C, Black
,IS. Maxe Tract..............
Wm. Fisher, Tr..*........Pmae. part n C. southeast corner Block
14, S act.. .......... ...
Wm. Fisher. Tr...,,....9That ilrton 1lyming In C, Block
S63 62, Maxent rat........ ......
Wm. Fisher, T..........ot stook 1115, Maxmt Tract..
Mrs. Nettle White.o........outh M feet of I to 10 and of east 2S
feet p 1 ad 6 11i, Block 195, Max-
eat a .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
Wm. Fisher..............4 It fest of 24 to 6 and al 22 Block
1k Muaet Tract.. ............
Win. Fisher, Tr.....*** excgt e-th of Amreat eat mad
ono- wt of P. P. R. I.,
__ 1c RM t Ta.........
Win. Fl t, r..........Lots 7 to 1 and 14 to 17, Block i4
"MWet ret .. .. .. .. .. ......
Mrs.. Peter Stw ms.......Lot I southwest er near rt
Muraxent Twrar.. .. e t
Mrs. 3 MJ. Bcott.. ..... Lt n southwest sr near Brt.'s

Tra .. .. M t ... .... ........
Ed.state Prt r....W,,...Lo it 11 lock I Maiion Tract..
Mrs. N. fet .......o..... eof let o. lok 2. Don-
alda Trct.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..o........
Fred Freder.lLcks.......,North 140 feet of lot 9, Block 2, Don-
Madm Tract .... ............
LuclWa ProW ...,.......Lot 11, lock I, DmaMson Tract....
Un w.........,, e....... ft of t0., Block 3. Doaldsoa
S.W.B. &IAas'n......... t t* f Wet o Wt 1*2 feet of South
15 fet, Blosk 4, Pomaosnn Tract...
A. M. VCmo....,*.,.-.... feet oa Gardm. 120 feet Inches
from northwest mar.w Emw. *mA

V.- ~ 9


S1 .:. . .
0..... .... . s n 2 .Blo 5 .W estM. g
7. I ,w i nt 99 9
*3... ...... MTt.. .
I*. .. John...............ta ................

V h.......* ,..e w ,
SM i BtMock 5% West Ki
L.,J. Johnson.... .9.gwoo..... ......... -

S.. 3e 5, west Ki.
b Sunday.............. M 1 t of nd .
. De v. "au .... .3 '. w. mt itw. of Nw. _
c. .Jo ......... y se ; iact.... ....

a av .. d-Hyer 1t ........ t '....A
oa ......--,-.,-.. 14feet ofirt 1 feet of eat

le. N. "r _......0s it, wio 't ta 1i't*** ..i.t
M: o a ::::-. O to -- _i* wr-es t M Tract
M.UL. & av. Aa.......W et t ock IT.... Wet

C.. cAumteys.............. at i feet o 1 w% Bck &*67 it,,
SIl.Tract..... .... S- W
Unknown ..... feet of st feet of'. N.

n t .... ..... 14Bok 8, West rn
3 tioOo to ToBloc 5. oeWest Kn Tract

... .... .. .. .. .
L.. BEies................ots .to, 11 Block .* West Kmi
CL. Huon ...............I,..........'et tw'.. ..

Walter Meow.............,Lo a to 1' Block 854, West K
FMe....^........ote9 tado 1 mBlock *,wewt es
Tract.. ...... .. .. ..... .... .

.. ad L SM ,, ........ at 8, Wo@ M4 W at'.'

e. Ban ls .......... ...... w "ra i 7t 'B '; "'tW i'
IW. F es ................Loat ".a 1 Block 6% "Weiest Kia

.. Tract.. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. ..
O, ......, n 2, 975, Went Khe

o. Ban__*..*............Lot 19 Block West Kcs Tract..
L. "aroly .........Least 14 et 13 Blo ock 8, WestwK
...K etract.. . .............

nknown...................Lot 1 Boc Wet t

r$e. psarl..... Lots. 6 to Blok 1 t T et ......K-
Le. Dmit............... .t.o. 1 o U 14a lolestKg Trt..
U anon ................T.t. .ock s., et t'a...
Wary eea .e...........T Blo ck 94, West Kn Tract ..

L D lln................ of Blo 141, .wet l Trt.n

A. A Fher. ............. ... ,oBlock 14., West K Tract.
Monterey Jomon. ...... . of. 16k ,ock West a TractM
R. A. GamUn.............. .w o 0 K 1f t West Tract 6
Unknown.. ...............6*n 17 k 149 11t, TWs I

t........................ ........ ..
W.B X A.Mce. .. ...Lot.w19. omck 11, wMct Ki Trsat ..

J. e M. P. JBankas...\. ..... .to.k 171, Wct S...
l Powers ..............Ist 4, Blek 10, Dalls Tret.... .. .. .
Estate R. ECmart........Lots 1 to feed west 8 fet of 2, Blot
- 21., Dal~s Tract................
G. A. Egart............. Lo n 7 and Block 11, Dall Tr t..
laea PEow ..e........ .... Lo rad Block q ..14 ......u .. ..
Estate M. A. Car.. .....Lot 8, Daas Tract......t..
Unknown.... ...........4..South i t. of 4, Block 52, Dallas
J. . 8shaughney....,Lots 1 and 1, Block 1 55. Dallas Trat..W
Unnown.. n...............Lot 2o to 4, Block 78. t Tract....
Hal. et al...... .........AllJ of Block 17, Pettersea Addition..
Hall, e. al..............All of Blocks 19 ad 70, PettenSn Ad
dito.n .. . .. o e t.. c.. ....
Th. Fianasher..............All of Block 71, Petteren Addition..
Hall, et al... .......All of Block 72, PWetterMa AddK t..
Hallet. alw................All of Blocks 78 and Pett i Ad
kn emowh................ o -lWoeck 9, Westt AKig .
W. L. Morgan............Lot 8, Blk 108. Petteen Additin....
r. J. cBrde............... ~t .o 11, Bock 10a Paettera..
Frank a-.gery......... "Lot'1t 3 wltet" c 16, Blo.e
:-1. Da- s TraK tO ....... .... ..... ....
.A.T.Bobe.,.............. ts7an 1 B louthwcet orner Cactro
avenue 5and St street Block 10a Petr
A. er.en Ad8 lon ..s- .. t............

rs. nkno Cro...........O tet west front k AcDle-
Pek14aWteos .. .. .. .. .. .... ..
e. aco Invettoent t D a

Company...............5 acres a2 per deed Book No. Tr pace
Hl, e. a.7 Potterson Addition .. .. ......
Wm. Flher ...............Lots 1 to Fre. east of Don e Lt, and
wet of oline Block 8, Maxent
DonNo... ........... .........
Wi Fisher, Tr...........West 150 fet of Lot rl ifi Ma.
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whiteas7laDp ........t 8 and Block 7, Maxent Dm. No.
L. S.Bonfayl..............Eat 10 feet of 27 and all of 8, Block,
J. 0. 0. Maxent Tract.. .. .... .. .....
C .W .Johnon............aat d12 feet of 2 and of south 23%
Seet of 23. Block 10. Maxent Tract..
. A. 1 feet o Lot 1 and o south 11
feet of 3, Block 13, Maxent Tract....
J. M. Bollard.............North M feet of all of s Ad north
10 t.. of 11, Bkock 14, Maxent Tract.
Wm. Fisher. Tr...........North O5 fet of 9 and north 10 feet
or 14, Block 14. Maxent Tract.. .. .
Unknown ..................ots to 3, Block 18. Matxet Tract..
L. M. Lucky. .............ALots 9 and 1 tt Block laxent Tract
Wma. Fisher, Tr...........Wet half of I and f 7 to N10. lock
3t. MaxMet Trs act............
Wm. Fsher, Tr...........ILts 1 to 10, Block Maent oT.ractn
Mrs. L. BaueUl. .....Lt 2 and 1, Block 14, Maxent Tract
Jai. 8tearns.............. t 1 Block 17. ent Tract......
Unknown. ............... West 20 feet of t and eat half of
s Ta, DMaent uTrat .... ......
Wm. toshe ...............Lot 6 Block 7, Maxent .mt.. .. .
Unnan.... ............ lat feet o atd a oerf 2c to
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Jno. Nlschol.....,.......LotB 14 fe4e olo BlOck 113, Maxent
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l' c G"'r r aMasauotvj.ern of
u tyO. D.aes la"I
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de&ts a cured, undvelped
a rarde0, business red
-:ask, itvestmentw given permanent
Sap aer. A policy
rM _Q ITA =70l S A doeall t v
SA ride, tor tlnm fly at.
7w Glr <7. rhdeath. S"Md us your name,

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.their personal ap-
iace will appreciate
iotlws we. offer and
pries at which we.
Aibem. They are
i, full of clothes
4aesa while the price
1t down to an un-
7alow leveL Or#

hin0s are up-to-
vhile tbeir prices.
ui.foLaly sall
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Na Vtj ,eA sek S.
Birm.ajt.3, Sh.- epo.t 1.

soAmar Lema ge.

Clevela 10. M chiag 4.
nt ts ,enl s. onees Mrst
Plt-m. r M St. Lo.i. 1.

Mont ry 83, New Orleans 1, eec-
Oad gane.
Blirlmigham 4, -hrexeport 0.
)iahv.lle Utte.ock 0.
*oseeth Atantic. League.
Augusta 1, i eon. 2, flrat gaeme.
A*uwia. 2,. Mani6 0. even anninga,
caHed on asomunt of rain.
Colmin 3t, G -ton 0, first game.
SOolumbl 1, m ton 4, second
game ..
Jacksomvlle 0. Savannah 2.
fGoth Atlaatc Tk&NtOt season closed
American League.
Boston 3, WasMgto a 6.
NPew Tork 1, IrladeTpla 3 rp. t
'game. .. ...
Mew York 3, PhSladilplia 3, forfeit-
ed to New York. t
Detroit St. Louis 5, first game.
Detroit 0, t. Luis-e 5, second game.
comea 3, oleveland 4.
National League.
Philadephia 0; #- ooklyn 10.
New York 4, .O. 0, 41rat game.
New YoGk s, o 'at second game.
C'nctnnat 0, CIa;la' 7. first game
Cnhcinnatt i, hiwag.o 5, second
game, called In seventh Inning.
Plttgaur.a7. a- Lon a.1.

on Neatea' ePlan.
The mot "amoesri, medielnes are
those at dM owtam.. :ohat iaerllno
Couh Remedy aot on th plan. Take
it we y e Are a K-and it w*il
allayi " ..r .e tba lma,
aid eect Wton,. apm the aersUoni
and aid natree -n restoring the sys-
tern to aT health c'onoton. Thou-
and have tetimied. to Its superior
exoeleomoe. It counterots any ten-
dency of a. oM 'to" ault In paeu-
moa. Price- 26 eat. Large alss
50 cents. br saal by all drggnist.

Charts My i'a U olorAS u,. fen at
thb comr Vof *ttd cI sad' DeViUl
streett 'wrin and .zpind
almost I"t e,.-.. Dah was due to

Damabi Lsiga, N4o. t, K. ef P.
Will b tU work I thte
mandates. Tb .mmtte on- the
Pyhiam 7at HalM will reprt and

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Mv la Uthe ely oa Warre A&
C6 Mee aMW t DMat Paa, Wber3 the
"Aack Halcyon sauk aN'm days gl*e
NMVIg the iballUt frohma that veseL
ad from report receded yetem'ay
from that paint it Uisteeved that the
shemer, which is nVow restng on a
Mf, will be coated by the middle of
the week, and pm ly ble la Pensaoo
It by Saturday ndero'iS .repairs.
The steam6r Florida,. wloeh went
to the asistamce of te a stik during
the latter portion of last. week, ooul.i
do nothing with her. Several efforts
were amie to tow her frm her poei.
tim, but she was too deeply imbe4-
dd tn the mand to te moyed without
ppuslble Injury, and after remaining
ere or some time the Florida re-
tarned to port, leai divers there to
remove the ffteen tom. of ballt.
Ye terday sAe was. eat bwck to the
place, a considerable If V all of
Sthe ballast will be out by t" morn-
ting, sad another effort wll be mde to
float the IHalcyn.
Although the mack has neg en a
reef and In a very epaeed position
hae does not show any great damage
and It is thought that. shie. can easl l
be repaired it the Florid can float
her. .
A =. AL . ..
Here is an excellent catch: Ingenu-
ousaly ask any friend or acquaintance
the meaning of a. m. and p. m. You
will receive ome such answer as,
"Why, morning and afternoon," or "Be-
fore dimr and after dnnaer." or "Up
to 12 o'clock high moon and after 12
high oo, or "From udight to noon
and from noon to mlduight," or "Ante
meridian and post meridiman; before and
afternoon." It Is a eoserattie wager
that every one to whom t quesdton is
put will stake his .Wappies on the
word meridian, while the correct word
Is meridlem. Ante meridMm and post
nterldem are abbreviated to a. m. and
p. m.
At theo WrosAr matew.
The lady who went to the book de-
partment of a big modern store and In-"
quired for "Crabbe's Tales" was told
that fish and provisions we% on the
ground Soor.-Boeton Herald.

Phone le
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Several Ashing vessels returned to
port yesterday front the fshidng
grounds, and the receipts of red snap-
pers were heavier than any day for
several months. The total receipts at
the fish house of Saunders & Co., was
7,500. All of the fish were large ones,
and most of the vessels will divide up
good shares. The larget catch wai
made by the Ruth A. 'Welles, 2,500.
The vessels arriving and their catches
were as follows:
Minnie W .......... ....... 1,0,
lPri-eeflla.... .. .. .. .. .... 1,500
avorit ..... ..... ........ 1,00
Ruath A. Welles .. .. .... .. .. 2500
Lothte Haskins ... .. .. ... .. .. 1,000

TwewS wntet neWes or Wheels.
The town of Funchal, in the Ma-
delra islands, Is a town with no borses
and no wheeled vehicles. In traveling
about em either drives in a sledge or i
Is carried In a hammock. The streets
and adjacent roads are paved with
small and curiously smooth cobble-
stoens, and from the ntat It was found
that rumners were better than wheels
bd th for speed and comfort. For in-
stance, when you come to a hill the
oxer draw your sled to the top aad
are then .**hhtcqeed Your driver then
proceeds to toboggan your conveyance
gently down the other aside, while the
team t on b nd. Horses are not
available In lunch.!, as the nature of
the -obblemtem roads would soon ruin
their feeat. Th it why the ox, with
h Sexnla hooe is the draft animal of
unchbW For eped dtions into the
Counmti the heimmek il sed. Thi is

Vr W astaN.
An old time English barrister was
John WUllams, a sarcastic wit and a
bachelor with an Intense prejudice
against marriage. His clerk one day
asked him for a holiday to at mar-
ried, and sone months afterward, on
enteringhis chambers, Williams found
his dead body suspended from the
door. He engaged another clerk and
asked him if be was married. "No,"
the clerk replied, but thinking that Wil-
liams would regard marriage as a
guarantee of steadiness he added, "but
I am going to be." "Very well." re-
plied Williams, "but understand this-
when you hang yourself don't do It
'Ixi T Her stm,
She started, recoiled and then bent
anxiously nearer her mirror.
"A wrinkle, as I'm alive!" she ex-
She wag of a bouyant temper, how-
"I suppose I'l have to put a good
face en it," she said, reaching forth-
with for the necessary materiale.-

Ai ***in*me. Plaes.
Short-I say, old man, will yo land
me 5 for an hour? Long-No. Go and
sit in the park for an hour; the yeou
won't need it."-(iago News.

Teacher-What are the parts atof
speeaT? Tommy TuckerIs--It's whal
a maa stattawrs-Chicago Tribmme.

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get the GENUIN.

A word

to the wise is sufficient.

Bottling Works,

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be an exceptionally cold one.
placing your order.

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The gentle war, of a lace edged
handkerchief has carried more poor
fellows to their doom thn .the mighty
breakers of the sea.-Excbange.
Reprove thy friend privately, com-
mend him publicly.-Bol. .

In obtaining a bottle..of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters when the Stomach
LAver or Bowels are ft ba4 shhpe you
onlprolong your sufferrg. Get it

Hostetter 's
Stomach Bitters
ham been pronounced "the -peect
medce!ne" by thousands of grateful
people during its 53 year' experience.
It cureslndlgestion,' Oyypepla, Coo.
tlvenees, Female Its top Malarial Fe.




'* "The cannot -fool allf
the people all the time"
that's the ream why so
many brands of cigar.
pring in the lime light
and then back into o-
livion. The UaO i M
qwails on i* merits,
aMd is becoming more
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you nothing, yet it. costs- us more than;

half the cost of our brewing.


from germs.

and sterilized.


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the winter of 1906-7 will
Prepare for it now by

Special for September and October delivery.
We handle all the best grades, such as JelUico, Galla-
way, Alabtma, etc. Get our prices before placing
your orders elsewhere.

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WITH SOME MONEY will buy an elegant 6-room INVEST IN Real Estate. .

cottage with modern conveniences -

near School No. RealEstate. Six.. new dwellings on the street car line, centrally located, renting at
That Is not paying them at least ten cent Pen- $t60 per year and houses that rent If sold at once .. .. .. $3350
; sacola! real estate is gilt edged and growing better 1; leased at $300 a year-10 7. LOTS IN BLOCK 158, NEW CITY.1 Four-room dwelling on East Intendencta street centrally: located.. 800
every day. Are YOU an owner of some of it?. If you per;; cent interest net. A good THESE IMMEDIATELY ARE FINE SOUTH BUILDING OF BLOCK Nine lots on northwest corner of block 163, New City beautifully
; will permit us to suggest it, would that I situated overlooking Bayou one block from car line1500
cannot afford to wait longer before buying say safe you Ta- home for anybody IN WHICH, THE NEW PUBLIC I Others are doing It everyday Two large dwellings and one email one oa large corner lot centrally

;; cant or improved property If you would take advantage SCHOOL IS BEING BUILT. FRONT" :-you can do the same, by ,located.. .. '.. ..., .. .. .. .- .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .4250
$750. SEVERAL LOTS SOUTH over and buying seme .. .. .. .. SCO
t; of the present rise. The Increase !In value BLOCK 113, NEW CITY. THESE looking Block 121 West King Tract containing 24 lots .
Vill be "easy money"" and no small amountLet us A small ARE VERY DESIRABLE.ALL of our properties. Let us snow Sot-room dwelling on .East Zarragossa street, with large lot, splendid

show you some business property, or residential'! tenement house OF BLOCK 120. NEW CITY. )-ou., neighborhood; ..' .. .. .. .'. _. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2150
property on East and( North HUlL near depot; rents $96 a year.A ALL OF BLOCK 279, NEW CITY. $150 Five lots northeast corner block 65; New City, one block from Electric -

12 cent investment. WE HAVE SEVERAL BLOCKS IN Bays'both lots 9 and 10, block car line.. .. .._. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 750
per WEST KING TRACT. 118 East King tract. rive Iota northeast corner of block 53'fronting public square and overlooking -

Have plenty of others on FOR PARTICULARS AND PRICE ON bayou, two blocks from car line.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1000
ANY OF THE ABOVE, APPLY TO $735 Six room dwelling with lot 80 by 125 feet, splendid neighborhood on

my list. Takes four lots southeast cor North Hayne Street.. .. .. ........ .... .... .. ...... .... .. 2250

ner block ,132, New City tact Two one story dwellings and large one story dwelling with all the
Pensacola Investment Company List property with *' furniture including piano, 'lot 1220 feet front and about one mile
your $1,350 deep running from Pensacola Bay to Santa Rosa Sound, known as

it O. H. D'ALLMBERTE City Manager. me for sale. McDavid-Hyer Company, gets three lots northwest cor the Clausen: property.) _. .. _..... .... .... .... .... .. .... WOO
block 94 New City on Gadsden A large two story dwelling in splendid neighborhood!. on large corner"
,i IMAOWIIS, rraident. tot fronting electric car line, on North Hill. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6300
L L suosox, s cratar,. Rents collected! Money street, near the bridge. ,
;f. J. E. STOLMAN, Y..I'ns..d Gsa. Mani sr. KNOWLZS HT1X. Trauam.Kael Agents New York Six room dwelling with large Jot, on East Intendencia St.. .. .. .. 1200
'-i loaned. $2,750
Estate Life Insurance Company. _
Loans Central
t ,
Investments. "Will 'tuy the two and a hal!!

I: 215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola Florida. 100 E. Government Street. story residence on Guillemard HOOTON & WATSON
LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. street second south Jackson::
This is a bargain and must go

: 462. quick at this price. (Lots 65x125 Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Aeacy.'fleeE .
; .
well:shaded. .


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..' i.S.Brown&Co. mmmi
IWANTED: -Good meat cutter. Good WANTED-Room and board for man, :
::. 11. place to right party. Apply to A. I wife and two children close in. A. L. ,
XlcD Moyer cor. Government and AI-I G.. Journal office. 2 Sept lw
canic. $4,000for "WE SELL LOTS." For SaleFOR A GOOD BARGAININ
TAKEN for Ladies' and Chil REALESTA
's': :WANTED Traveler. for 4Septlw.j dren's specialties, hosiery etc. All Phone 918.. Thiesen Baildinf.I REAL ESTATE
', House. Twelve dollars weekly wanting children's hose before school be- lot 40 feet front on East SALE-House and 2 lots pverlookIng 4 lots 40x150 feet
z;. 'Expe s" paid. References. gins notify me at once by phone or let. I bay on East Jackson. Price $1600.J. .
: George G. Clows Fensacola. Fla. It* ter. Dora Nicholson, agent Racine Knitting Roman street by 170 feet I O. Jennings. 4sept. 2 facing south on Brainard.
.'. Co. Phone 1353.
'; Sept. 2-lw 2 facing north on Loyd.
J; IWANTED-White barber. Must be deep, next to Bass & Co's FOR SALE-A good saloon business In Two-story dwelling containing s'l!
{ sober, and steady; ten dollars week to POSITION WANTED-By first class % good location. Either half or whole In-
start on. McKlssack Barber Shop. book<"- per and general office man. Address IE store. terest. If you want a good thing address : large airy rooms, with pantry cb:oa
Fla. "A": care Journal closet and bath room also severe)
I: Carrabelle. 4septWANTED 2seplw $325 I For Sale. Box 103 City at once. 4septlw j,out houses. All under fence and in

T: -Woman to do housework. WANTED-Young lady delres position as FOR SALE-At a 'bargain one large'' first- lass condlton.; Will sell entire
;:; Apply 227 East intendencia St. ZsepSts* stenographer. Has knowledge of bookkeeping marble soda fountain with 20 syrup If
Address R. care Journal 2sp3t for 711 North F street. largelot cans. McMillan & Tnrton. 120 W. In- ,"property for $3,000. purchaser desires -
1: WANTED-Firstclass white barber. $12 Lots 1, 2 and 3 Block 64 New City tendencla. 4sept can pay half cash balance oa
,T guaranteed to start. Apply 211 E. WANTED TO BUY a cash register at on which is situated two rents for $5.00 a month. $ 5250 easy terms. Apply to
:Wright St. Sept. 1 1 w. once. Apply to ,Clutter :Music House. houses for FOR SALE-Second hand top Delivery
renting 4170.00 I
2 In the 800 block on N. Baylen Stsix E. L. REESE,
if Sept. year .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. ..$1500: Call and See Our Listof' attic; Wagon with set of good harness.bright1Street.
:ANTED-Stenographer-wbo can do room hall, bath kitchen Cheap. Inquire'at lU-l1f East 33-35 SOUTH PALAFOX ST
All Block 303 New_ City .. .. 1200 ISauglm
iii general office work and bookkeeping. bath between the bed rooms. Has a
; Leslie E. Brooks. 112 S. Palafox. 1 Sept. MiscellaneousMETHODIST Lots 1 and 2 in Block, 147 New I large back gallery altticed in and can '

City .. .. .. .. :. .. .. .. 500 Property. dining LUMBER FOR SALE--Rough, IxS and 4;
S': ; '&iflcook.. Apply I 123 ,E. All Bleks 358 and 360each .. 700 be used as a summer rO'Dl.Lot %11:6: ; 2x8. cheap Good fencing or side Professional Directory
PASTOR-Those having Excellent neighborhood E. Brooks
? Government street. Sept 1. I 60 ft. front. walk material. Leslie
F _i business ,with Rev. W. Q. Vreeland All Blocks 374 and 376. each.. 650 Mortgages on Real Estate and house In splendid condition 25 aug ,
communicate with him 1375
can at East We have some desirable Iota .
:ANTED-A Apply 420 W. very
t Romana. good nurse. 30 Aug Iw;!I Gadsden street. or by Phone Sept.No.2-lm 483. on North Hill at prices ranging from I in this City bought and sold. $3250On FOR SALE-Choice Buff Rock and Brown T G. M.
I I $600.00 to $7 {).00 per lot Leghorn eggs for hatching: $1.50 per YATES
;z. GOOD BARBER WANTED for colored'' My pens headed with prize winners-
: JERNIGAN LIVERY We will sell any of the above for I Loan Lowest 15.Mrs.
STABLES. Bag- Money to at East Jackson:: street seven room J. A. Wales, Mobile Ala. :5augllt.
f- trade at W. }'f. Streety's barber I i dad, Fla. Carriages! meet all'trains, one-third cash and will loan you the. and hall bath and sanitary connec I OPTICIAN

7 chop, 202 N. Tarragona. We have also sIngle or double teams. nght: or day balance of purchase price. Market Rate of Interest tions. Lot 80 ft. by13'';% ft.. over FOR SALE OR RENT-One dwelling 3O8 THIESBV IIUIWIPiI

,i'; installed:: a ladies bath room. 22aug2w :I to any point. Best service; rates rea looks the ''bar. This place is new and ?02 E. Church street' ; if bought or
'I i sonable lauglm We have some very desirable busl- All of the Maxent Tract has been held for $3 OO.OO; must be rented at once can: oe bad cheap. Apply -
, :WANTED First class cook. Apply that will to la, batcher shop, corner WM. D. HOWE
I I ness prperty pay you sold quick at thts price. C. L. McVoy ,
Mrs. A. M. McClure Commercial, West of C Street now for '
-f- ,
Barcelona. 23aug
F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesiaa well vestigate. Intemdencfc and
: Hotel 107 E. Intendencia. llauglm 1
I Il i drillers for saw mills and turpen- sale. $1400I
1'> !I| tine at;Us especially. Geneva, Ala., FOR SALE.-Improved ana unimpro 14& EAST GOVERNMENT ST. !
ACTIVE MAN WANTED to advertise I and Graceville Fla. Prepared to put Escambia Realty Co., Inc., offer the northeast Quarter of ed property in all parts of the city.J. .

t- exhibit goods and manage wells from 4 to 12 inches diameter, block 175, New CitY. 5 lots Just across A Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, Frederick Aisfeld. Bltunt
-: branch of large mall order house.' and from 100 to 1600 feet depth. SatIsfaction REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Fisher Real Estate Agency the street ftecu31r. Bears 'new resi Room 7, Salisbury" building. Phone AUSFELD & BLoUNT \
: Salary $18 week .
per paid.Permanent
expenses guaranteed. 19june3ms AGENTS dence. This property is worth $1500. 172. 23Jata ARCHITECTS: '
y position with advancement COLLECTION OF RENTS A
:4 Honesty more essential,.than SI3TlKi,.. Bldg,' 43 Moses Bldg.! ,
South Palafox Street. FoR Thiularo1lerg
Two return
204 SALE-
experience. National Co.. 720 Chestnut NOTICE-Having installed machinesfor SPECIALTY. Pensacola Fla. Mentgomerr.AU.

}1. street, Philadelphia Pa. gang.z cornice the manufacture;'skylights, of cornice galvanizediron ut. Phone 87. 206 S..Palafox St. J. W. Bullock, Jr. livery.50"xl4 Apply ready to M:for F. Gonzalez immedlatee& WM. A. BORMANS,

ters. circular mouldings, etc.. I am now FOR RENT 8Julr
WANTED prepared to do sheet metal work of Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. Architect and Superintendent
: Second hand 25 H. P.
Money to Loan. .I I FOR SALE- '
Ot'rlce-301 Brent
all kinds on short notice. Satisfaction FOR RE'I.T-Flve-room cottage. No. 1024 Box 173. Phone 637 boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to Building
Pensacola Fla
I assured. Estimates cheerfully E. Cervantes: gas; bath. $15.00 per -
; I ;WANTED FIRST-CLASS hat cleaning. month, including water. P. F. Blngham, MONEY LOANED on real estate and New Method Laundry. 13April
.... Old hate made new. Cleaning pressing ; given on work in or outside the city. I ,
J and blocking: Satisfaction guaranteed. i I Chas B. Vetter. IS W. Intendencia. Phone No. 10. 2 Sept 3LFOR personal property on short notice.] REGULAR. HACK LINE-From Chip-
Panama. 60c Straws. 2ac: Felt. 35c: Terms easy. J- W. Dullard, 28fi Souta ley, making connections with mall NOTICEThe
Phone698. 25mayln RENT-An .excellent location for
-' Derby 5c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Intendencla HOTELS.
St. Phone 1144 .
Palafox I
,I first-class bar and restaurant, one launch for points on St Andrews bay.
treet. All in.
f come 4septlm J. H. PORTER sallmaier.: 116 South Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute j
I block from Palafox. Inquire The Fisher Extra teams for traveling'men. Good
!' WANTED position as salesman j I Palafox street. Orders taken for Real Estate Agency. 30 Aug. CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight I" OLD June MILL,L Large INN-on airy bay and front.delightfully Opens- horses comfortable vehicles. Call on i la the United States where the I

4!:; and collector with a well established -,I tents awnings, ramp stools and nouse FOR RENT-Two- tory store build- per cent. If you nave any that you I cooL Good fishing bathing and or address J. C. Sinclair Chlpley FJa. Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits
cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. want interest on see me about it. It can be cured without exposure
furniture house. I have 7 No 74 Z8apr
East Intendencia. 36x54 'I 1 boating. First class table. On electric Telephone -
ing on
absolutely safe teal with so much ease for the patient Onlv
will be on estate
5', j ear's experience, can give git edge SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- feet. Apply to J. E. Dubuis;:;:& & Leslie E. car line 15 minutes ride from city. I I 30 days' time Describe
f :references and will have to have *I fag & Co.wholesale and retail ship Bro. 17aug security. Brooks Fisher I Regular boarders acd transients. FOR SALE-Several tracts vlrzn1! required.
Phone 462. your case and: I will write: you a a
good salary. Address C. D. W.. care chandlers and grocers, only first-class i I Terms reasonable.. Address Old Mill pine timber. Turpentine places and
'',' Journal.. Slauglw of in Fair mills in operaton.; Also excellent ]: opinion as to what I can accomplish
house kind city. prices to alL! modern 5-room Inn. Pensacola. Fla. 4may saw -
FOR RENT-Two new TO for physician
MONEY LOAN-Everybody borrows tracts of stumpage. Turner &) you. Ask your family
t: .uITED-All kinds of electrical CARRIAGES! repaired and repainted. houses on North Spring street at! money from Jno A. Hall & : Real Estate Agents Box ,! to investigate. Dr. B. M Wooliey 104
( BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniak Aymard,
Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng $20.00 each. Fisher Real Estate I E. Government St. When Springs.' N. Pryor Street. Atlanta Os.DIIWCTOR.
Co. 14% in
;; work. I &ell all kinds of electrical a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. auglO Good beds airy rooms elegant DeFunlak Springs. Fla.,
; lotteries and other electrical supplies.t Agency. need call on us. 115.1 "
27feb meals; free bath and sample rooms. THE LAUNCH LeOLAIR for sale.
,,'.. When need me ring 345 or 955. I
you : Special attention to traveling men. in and 5* ft. wide Y
: MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP FOR RENT-One story cottage, 22 E ft. length ;
I E. W. Peake New Star Laundry
: East Garden. W41he Minis, Proprietor. Furniture Garden St. Apply to Walker Ingra-! MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perfoaal l Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown be bought on reasonable terms. Apply

i: building. repairing of all kinds, carpets ham at Star Laundry. 2aug, pioperty on short Prop. to King& Runy&n,'506 S. Palafoxor II Peasacola Lofig %'(o. 3, K. of P

WANTED=The :Merchants Transfer Co. laid: furniture packed for shipping Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.notlce.1 I HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open Santa Rosa Pavillion. 12uly meets every Monday evening at S

c-. wants your moving and hauling. All Phone 63, Next to Tampa Landing. FOR RENT-Large 11 room house,, Romana. Phone 1163. I I American and all the .o'clock at their temporary Castle Ha.*
1<' breakage guaranteed T. B. Thorsen, 22April 240 E. Intendencia. Apply to Fisher year. European plan. FOR SALE-Wolverine engine 8, H. St.
Phone 978. rates. over Pou stable
1"Proprietor. Real Estate .;ency. hug Special summer First-class Is P., 2 cylinder 2 cycles, complete fittings welcomed
MATTRESSES Visiting brethren cordially
f; UNLIMITED amount or money to loan every respect. Pleasant and convenient for salt 'water !H perfect
WANTER-To correspond with ladies of I Mattresses. made to order; old ones Jon all kinds of personal property. Mrs. T. 1.. Bowen, Prop.. Pen- ; condition E: H. DENNVRD. C 4
means; Object matrimony; age 25 to ovateJ. New tick furnished. FOR RENT-JFce I room house, 311 and; runningdaily; reason for H. HORSLER K. of R. & S
40. Address C. H. c., Lockhart. Ala. re I j Special rates to business mea on large sacola. Fla. iapr selling gomg to replace it by larger
l'. 30 Aug.lw.1 I I Second band furniture bought and East Romana St., $13.00 per month.J. leans.. The New York Loan Co., 204H II engine. King & Rimyon eeuuga ox the
I sold. Upholstering and repaIring aone. A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate and South Palafox. CHIPLEY' HOTELr-Can Setferllnd: 19aug.FOR Knights of Columoai:

f1: WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted 114 E. Belmont St.. city phone 771. Rental Agents 22% W. GovernmentSt. I Prop. Special attention to commer. SALE Four:: good schooners are hell at their ka/i,

;f ; floats built to order; horse]I Davis Mfs. Co.. C. T. Davis. Mgr. Salisbury buildIng. 24july- cia travelers. Free sample and batb suitable for lake, sound'and river No. 8 West Icteoden

; shoeing a spec'alty. J. G. Welsh Carriage H. ALF AN-nn, Copper and Sheet EDUCATIONAL.PRIVATE rooms. Large, rooms with good beds. Address "3!," care Journal., 21aug *: cia8 tree t, on CTC-

Co. 27febBEING Iron Worker: cornice work and sky FOR RENT-Some nice stores on 'E J2 per day. 13marlni Monday evening at

I I lights a specialty; roottng guttering Government street; cheap rent The 7:30 o'clock. A a 'nTltatloa -
- SCHOOL-The fifth annual
YOUR BRIEFs MANU. and repairing. 315 South Palafox St Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly BAY HfTEL.-open agat and day.European LOSTLOST : la extend
x scripts and other forms of stenographic I session of Miss. Holden'a School will Rooms
plan. light andcIE'.an. to visiting Knights.
f-t., work to the Pensacola Typewriter I I Phone 560; residence phone: 1316. !!begin October 1st at No."9 West Jackson .* Transient trade solicited OR STOLEN-Sorrel JOHN B. JONES
I mare. wear-
-A Exchange or 'phone 1369 2junelm FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has store street. Sept t-lm 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nlcolan ing blue halter. Reward for return to J. S. LEONARD Grand Knight
; Room 313 Brent Building. I I age room for rent, suitable for furniture fTop.R. SOS East Strong St. N. Zung. Sept 2 Recorder.

."t- or other goods. 104 and 106 BARBER SHOPS. --
:I --
"- Board and :
Rooms. South Tarragona street Phone 639. LOST-White lInenEaton coat Friday Daughters of Rebekah
WANTED-The public to know that .'TE>L VERNON-Rates 12 per day.
steamer Monarch
night on
i t or Inland.
t;. w. can do all kinds of repairing I, ; MILTON When visiting here have your Special rate by week. Special attention Finder plead. return. to COS East "Ga s- Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters 01
p ,float building, horse shoeing etc. J.I light house keeping-, phone privilege and bath. FOR T'f8roomstory Cottage tonsorial work,dene by Ira Mtms Willing traveling men. Free sample den StreetLOSTMonday Rebekah meets every Monday nigh*
.- 'Welsh Carriage Co. 27febWANTED. On, car line. 900 East Jackson. Jseptlm* 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker street. opposite jail. Clothes and room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin.. Prop. at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F hail Via.-
,1:>_ I hats cleaned and repaired. Convenientto afternoon on North IIW
Jug sisters cordially invited
I to
: : ; .-Real Estate: lor saleoi Ingraham. Apnl20 hotels. Phone 63. 26aug ISapr. car line one gold handled umbrella with be pre
NICELY FURNISHED room and board blue silk cover; monogram M L. P. on ent
I' rent, leasa or exchange. Your bustcess lir private family for couple. or two handle. Reward for return to Miss Louise MRS J. T. PULLUN N 0-
re.pecUu1ly'soUcited. J. A. Wilson men. One block from ear line. Terms Palmes. 15 W. Strong. 30 Aug.
reasonable.! Apply No 603 cor Davis and
Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government .
<";' street. Room 1. Salisbury Jackson. Sept 2-lw RATHBONE LODGE. No. 30.Rathboae .
'o/t/ building. Phone 172. 23Jan FOR RENT-Two delightful rooms upstairs Pensacola, St. Andrews and : Lodge No. 20, KnfghtaPyth'as 01
new house; bath and all con meets every Thursday nig *
?I TAILORING-R I* Diamond, Tailor. venlences., Suitable for married couple.or Gulf Steamship Co. at Castle Hall. Members of slst>>
I Genta clothing cleaned'pressed and two gentlemen. North Hill, near car Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto STEAMER TARPON. lodges and visiting brethren cordl.Xy ...
and good board. Address 'Private W. O. BARROW Matter.
!:f' West repaired Government on short St.noUce., Pensacola No. 11 Fla.% Home" care JournaL 8 Sept It sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything try a want '?d. They do the flRSTCLAPAiSENGER FREIGHT bERVICE. AND invited to attend.J M. ROPER C

RENT Furnished
FOR up-stair rooms
3decl for rent to couple No children; privilege work. PENSACOLA-MOBILE.Between- C. J. LEVY. K. R. & S.
I!! A."lTED-All owners or poultry to'and bath.of light Address houkeeE. Mrs>ping','Z.use, care of phone Journal LA. CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS M. E. B. A. No. 81, meeu first aid!
know that we are agents for the celebrated 1 Sep MILLVILLE.And third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
all pOints on St. Andrews
Bay Car-
Donkey's Poultry Remedies. FOR RENT-Five roonis furnished 01- six .1 I ORDINARY WORDSMAKE I ONE .. LINE. rabelle and Apatachlcola.SCHEDULE. m. Rafford Hall. No 10. West' Inte:

.Guaranteed to cure rape cholera unfurnished; large porch facing dencia street.
: to kin fleas lice and mites. Leaves Pensacola: Sunday. t 30 p. m,
I-" gape and sooth. City water. Apply 501 West for Mobile. Ala. A. G. FELL Pres
;';, Also their wonderful egg produce 7. Chase or phone 323. 12aug 1 Leave Pen cola.' Tuesday, 8 10 p. 'm, J. L, SWEENEY. See.
S. ilellen & Co. Phone No. S3 4. for St. Andrews, MlllvUle ApalachIcola. ,
Carrabelle and Intermediate pen acola Ledge NO. 4, 1. O. O. F.
FOR REST-T4ree furnished points.
IlSspr. room For additional Information apply to Pensacola Lodge; No. 4, L 0. O T
wantt for light housekeeping 301 W y- J. R, SAUNDERS ''
IWANTED.-A. R. Bingham meets every Thursaarveidnjr at
Chase. 16auaFURNISHED .. E .R. COBB, PrealdeoL
t4 your moving and hauling. He ru& I General Frt. and _Pass. Agt Pen at the new ball on Belmont and Bayl
antees all b!'eakfge. Phone 630 ROOMS-Best In city sacola, Fla. streets. Visiting brethren cordUi'J

Transient solicited. Mrs. Preston B. R. N d
of all
; ; ;WANTED-S'!vcu1 hand sacKs
: descriptions! xranted. If out of tn 128, Ea&t' Government opposite THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES A. KERLE. Secretary _

ship them to us, 'f in town ring us opera house.: llang Editorial Rooms.,, .. .. .. ... .o. 38 W. O. \"f.I .

up at No. 33: !. or bring them to us FO RBENT: Room7 cheap; real new. 'I L \ Business Office. .. .. ,:_ .. .. .1500 UTe Oak Camp No. I, W. 'J, Vf.
at corner of Chase and Alcanlz Sts. ly clean furnished rooms suitable! -- To communicate with The Journal I meets in Pythian Hall 1st and "*

1.P.: S. Melka & Co. 28u'y! for light housekeeping or the bilL Location : space-is- during the day time use the business Wednesdays In each mc.nth. Vfjtllll
hIgh'u.d healthy. Close to car-:1 Rates The rate on a want ad filling ,the above cents first insertion office phone No 1500.- To communicate sovereigns cordially invited.

*Address Al'-"TED-PosiUon with.zo'ne! .P- O-evp'rtence.Baa.: !W 88, Ck7.29auglw'collectorby For!i I I line.E. Strong.Privilege Phone of., Apply lOaug 314: and 5 cents a day for each ,additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad.' the editorial With: The Bhcse.., Journal Na 2 at*. night use I LESLIE E. BROOK T. A. BOGHICH., Clerk C C.

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is man drugs who; his makes goods'are the 81, ENJOYS THEPOPULAR I Tooth Brushes "

purest i.

known the world over. I PEOPLE, AND EVENTSTelephone i FAVOR, I Ito : :; : .

which Its excellence i !
No. 38 after 3 P. M. entitle*-a delicacy for -

the man who uses them in a dinners, tea or luncheons.We : at 10 ce nts : '
make the quality ,
and house- right,. .
prescription : you name the quan- "
every << ::0 i i a tity. A saucer of it In
hold receipt. our handsome parlor under i i "

the Big electric fans Any Tooth Brush in our window for >

Your'Doctor HIGH MISS ,COMPLEMENT E.. NEULJE BECK.FOR 5he Journal's Daily Fashion Feature will prove most enjoyable. t TEN CENTS regular prices 25c 35c, i .

The lire Oak Demecxat pays .. 50c and 60c. We bought them
tell the value of cheap.
will you ;
: to Miss K. .NeJ : .
Merck's goods and must ad- lie Beck, im "recently society editor: Brush replaced or money refunded if ,

of The Journal :who is now a resident I. COFFEE, bristle comes' out. T Let us fill your :
that they are as ..
mit ;: of Dearer Oolo. < i
as their i :skill.. 1. I- .:We are ,sorry oa learn tbt.JoldsS.E.Nel118'Beck. : ; r ;\ i. : 1h I't morning Hot Biscuits at 5 o'clock.and Rolls every Z prescriptions. We have filled over :

; long society editor of The i two hundred thousand.D'Alemberte's i !
i Pe&sacola. 'Journal, bills aevered her

II ooton's Pharmacy 'connection.with that paper and gene to I t :
Denver: Colorado, where taaJce, her torn- Hiss Beck ts not i
PHONE .1100.The .. only 'a matt cat -working journal1stblI't Kandy Kitchen Cafe i

Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.COFFEE : she is ,A.: graceful, polished cultured Phone 999. 1045.Palafox :
tatter 'who.baa'done< m'uch'ex
= oelleflt.,. .work on' n.rlouspa..- .'.. Pharmacy !
pers la-*, this Giato TteVhM f1i ee
State press gang-will wish for her a

nallem pleasant fa and a peculiarly prosperous future.appropriatefield Jour Beautify the Complexion i IS THE PLACE i' :

for bright, amWttoas "women of 1i 1ir :
cultivated minds tenacious purpose 4* ICA DAYS.
We are the Pioneer and abundant energy and we would Z SEE WINDOW DISPLAY \

fee glad &,"we bad' dozens more cff: them NadinolaCREAM : I .

Coffee Roasters of In Florida than ,we hare There isroomfor .....................................................I ,',
West Florida.JWGH'SBLENDS. them and they should be encouraged the on-
to come In. A nice, good -. equaled beautifier is
woman is, of course, the best Institutione endorsed by thou- .

it}: ,the world as everybody i sands, and guaranteed J. F. DAVIS JEWELER I
knows, but when with all Tier native to remove ,

grace and goodness she combines the -=- freckles, pimples, Now 'in

qualities and aoconrpUshtnents of a liver-spots, tan, sal- New Brent Building 23S. Pelafox St.aim. .
{bright, large. atnded,' irelKrained i lowness, etc* the worst case in 20 days, ,
have no equal. A trial newspaperwoman, she IB Just simplythe N and restore the beauty of youth. Price
most "fetching" creature in the 50c. and 1.00 by leading druggists or mail.

will convince the con. world and can subdue and civilize!: a. Prcpnd by,NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Paris Tem Foun.: : Pen.s.For : .
wild-and-wooly_newepaper'of .ce quicker
we than any other' known agency '
an easy-flowing, smooth writing fountain
makt no extravagant Brett atwo line personal'from such a THE CONGREGATIONALISTS.They
pen nothing can Waterman's Self-
source has 'a charm peculiarly Ms own : surpass

claims. and when she passes through all:the 1 / started the first foreign nits Filling Modern Pens, and so convenient, too-
and gets up to ;
intermediate stages .
> leader writing, ehe can impart a dig : ( # eionary society in the country. Price, $2.50Cpe's .

Wholesale and RetailGROCERS, pity and grace, themes which, the other They started the first home missionary .
sex can never achieve! Give us .. ..- society in the country. IBools. St ore .1

more women in .Florida journ nsm. They started the most effective city New Brent Building. Phone 235.
rot amateurs -who" get quickly discouraged Modish little hat for late summer or brown malines the trimming on the top missionary society in the country. ',.
but ambitious women of mind early fall wear The shape Is rather a consisting of a very large yellowish pink T
) started the Christian
and purpose 'who go at It to make it small one but a most becoming one. to rose with shIrred green foliage and an They greatest
and all kinds of Peed the .business of their lives and Jove it most faces the aided and back being aigrette made of mignonette and Ullies- young people's movement of this country -
for its own sake. arvrtiy'roled. The model was in dark ot-he-the-valley, with fera foliage. or any other country. Only Drug Store in the City Open All Night.

Stuffs.Pluto --+-:-- silver gray chip although the earn These small- turban shapes will be They started the first college in the .
style can be carried: out In mallne or much worn during the between season country.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY chiffon, corded with narrow velvet for and are especially good style for
FOR M R. FRANK J. GRANT.A fall wear. The back was filled In with period street wear with A veilARRANGING They started the first theolog1cs.1semlIlary'lrtthe A Corner. On HealthYou We Are Health BrokersWe
WaterWholesale few days ago Mr. Frank J. Grant : country. I
Smith, and
accompanied by Miss fcla ,
started the first
They : religious newspaper i
her brother, ilr. CX.A._Smith;went to -. can't corner the supply on demandof
In the
The Creole.A CURIOS. country. i
and Retail Escamhia a visit to her Mrs.beautiful S. E. country Thompson pure Creole is a person born In 'lbey'pnbUshed the first hymn boot I whole supply of health. your doctor, shares of

residence.The Louisiana of ,French or Spanish par. Have a RIcblr Plain Cabinet ..d Do In the country. I But there is no reason purity in medicines such :

occasion happened to !be 3!i.Grant's ents. .It rs.a mistaken idea to suppose .Hot' Crowd It. They started the town meeting-the I why can't will
birthdayand Mrs.Thompson that .a Creole bas negro blood la bas The proper arrangement of curios initiative and referendum. you get as as rapidly cause

New Orleans Grocery Co who rs haunt, had a very pleasantsurprise veins. A. Creole negro is ode whose really harks back to the time of purchasing .They started the first temperance society j large a block of Health your stock of health to

in the .:way T a birthday' forefathers were owned, by the early for, I the cabinet Itself is a In the country. I Stock as you require. advance.

party awaiting the trio -when t'hey"a-r French and Spanish settlers and whospoke thing to be considered deeply. >o cabinet They hare given to America the three .
Jas. McHugh rived and a de JJolons dinner was served of those at all, curios tucked into uninteresting -
a corruption languages year;
greatest evangelists it has ever
the gveets.Those -- kfiotrn as "gumbo": Their descend .boxes,and hidden away in bad.-j :

Phone 105. Proprietor->> ,:Mr.present A. O>. SmiOi, were, Jr._ :Miss..Miss,-Xsla6mh Isabel I ants are the creole negroes 8 and shouldnettf'ae closet or .bureaus, is better than baring Chicago Adrance. I II II I I II I CHANGE YOUR MIND ? i II : ,

Grant,-all of Ptensacola. and Miss, conflicted' with decries ta the to display In an Impossible, gift An AvarictoaaVoman., !
Liza" 'BerryDeFuaJakr Mr.. Kendell true. sense,oft- a tem.-.' -'?ew OrleansTimestlemoerat cabinet with.. lush fomtebings bits \'A, woman who carried love of money I

Garrett, :Atlanta Ga.;'C. P. Orr BinnlEghem which are eloquent of the east or to an incredible extreme was Lady If you change your things with you. Wewill
The A5a; .iEss Kittle, Thompson. which are stories of this tribe or that .
Margaret Jardine, sister of the first mind on reaching home' exchange them or
MontreAl Can; in.Mike l Kohler Wkr indeed fAt in its days"of primitive splendor or
BirmlBfchain: Asa Mrs. Area\ an'exadjnatlon of Sunday school which tell tales of deep sea caves and Duke'of Queensbury. Although her after purchasing goodsat refund the money. In
husband was a rich man. Lady :Margaret
B1.rm1ng'ham.A.1&: and Ifr. Frank ,children the foSowirJ was one of the of daring dtvers. this store
would foot come right pleasing we please
actually carry passengers you
Hecker, Century, TlaMr questions put upon the blackboard: A plain little cabinet-rlchly; plain, If
the little river Annan
across back and the
of Fashionare --+-- ?hr did your godfathers and godmothers yon can hare it sot plate glass" bring ourselves.
:willie Bonttaywho has. been in for a halfpenny, and whenever there
promise these for shelves and'all cabinet
things perhaps, or a
Mobile, has retnrned home and is beIng was a fair or market day she would
?* The nnawer of a brtgbt girl built like a tiny closet, perhaps actually
his frIend3- alt the banks of the stream all
written neatlythe slate, was, built: Into the wall, of mahoganyor long waiting'for' customers. She usu-

repealed and amended Mr. and Mrs R. .A:. Hiyer and children ,rttiy Indeed!" She got marks. oak in one of its dark: finishes, is the ally wore rags to save her clothes but Medicine Delivered to All Parts of the CityThe

with amazing rapidity,,, wto have :been' at Indian' Christian Life best sort to hare. In such a cabinet on the rare occasions when she visited

It Is a part of our care Springs Ga., have gone to :Marietta the curios arp set off instead of being anywhere she packed up a few decent Crystal Pharmacy
that none of our suits, where they wfll spend: the remainder: rot to Blame. t overshadowed the magnificence of which she slipped on before ,
furnishings shoes, hats, September. Father (ster'ntz-Now, vita, something the case which contains them. garments
the house
etc., shall look like last O most T5e done to redtice your' ex' In arranging your curios the main entering exchanging 25 S. PALAFOX ST. PENSACOLA. FLA.
for her dirty ones when leaving.-Lon-
damn left Sunday
We have J.
year's people.
and Mrs.
penses. Yon are actmlly spending point to remember is that the cabinet l
no old ,shelfworn stock-', for a trip through Kentucky, North .more'than. allowance. I must not be crowded. Put the don Queen. Agents for Whitman's Candies.
yory: away
,all new and crisp See us Carolina and Virginia.. Mrs Hamn: h.3 .
Daughter":'It isn't my fault; father extra bits, substituting them a little
We know the results. 'teen 111 for about a month and it Is I The Point of View. -- .
believed that the trip gill'do her good' I've dooe. my best to get felt to increase later for some which hold honored Zangwlll, the noted writer, had an --- ---- -- -- --- -- --- --

.it Brooklyn+fife.Xtovbtfml. places at present. experience which convinced him that Danger of Lead Po..o..... GULF CITY COFFEE CO.

air and Ofrs. Manuel "VWar and Mr' Studied carelessness, with plenty of in deciding what constitutes real greatness Lead poisoning, even In a mild formIt ,

and Mrs. Francis Don&ay have gone I room for each thing to show itself off, a good deal depends upon the such a serious thing can ever assume H. P. CHIPMAN Manager.
to l Cau>hia bridge for a few weeks' Lady (in dry good store) And Is i is the whole thing in a nutshell point of view. At a political meetinghe a mild form-cannot be too close Roasters Blenders and Shippers of
White & Nix'OUTFITTERS outing. They are chas> roifing a party' this cfllor also genuine? Salesman i fell into conversation with a man ly guarded against One very simple

of young people, among' -whom are As genuine as' 'the roses on ';your'cheelox : FLOWER VASES. who knew all the speakers and pointed form of doing so is to fill the night! Fine CoffeesOUR

,Mias Manila Bonifar 'Mlse Pearl iPar- IBiss. Lad-H'm! Show me them out as they sat on the platform, before the kettle that you use for boDIng -
leas and &rr. Leo lifflifay. another Kleiaes WttsbldtLIHO ""There".he said "sits Senator Lodge n"Whatr the water for breakfast. The watet COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL
TheBest Recqlti Are Obtained FromTaoie ,
.-tn-be this week by GROCERS. THEM TRIAL.
They jpiwi GIVE A
that has been lying in the water pipes(
Mr. "Do
With f@ 4e Seek exclaimed ZangwilL I Ir
TOIl JllOII.Wri or Yoar'money lack afir. and Mrs. Jobs'Walters.Ptetmaeter
Henry Cabot Lodge the lit- an night when these said pipes are - --- !!
+ ABOUT 4TI When baying vases take Into consideration ;you mean
PHONE 790. fKagen of Anniston ,Ala I J whether they fire to be wed erary man the great historian "No, made of lead is not very safe to use.

and Mr. D cort, ateo of lAnniston will 1 as ornaments or for flowers All flowers sir-eel"! replied the other with distinct It may have become impregnated with I
Next to New Brent Building arrive tn !Penszicola: this week for they Can You. are prettier and keep better In a contempt. "That's Henry Cabot Lodge the lead and it Is very Improbable that
purpose starting on a fishing trip It is a matter-each individual must wide neck vase unless one is' goingto United States senator from the great people will wait patiently in the early
iWMle bere tJjcy will be the guests at decide for himself. He can be a lead- morning until a sufficient quantity of
ST. follow the' Japanese style of just of"Massachusetts.
Mr. Jackson Brandon. er and semi-god ii! he will,.or he can water has been run off to render it
along through life a drugged clowna one or two flowers in a vass. Vases
go perfectly safe to use which will not
YOU'LL LTKE THE TONE Mr. and.Mrs: O. S. Norman gave an cheap "hewer of wood or carrier of are Intended to bold plenty of water taDeeenAr7." said the boy's be the case until all that which has
to the an "Now
water. and give .l1o'1ters opportunity
In honor of ,
then strike a key or a chord of elegant dinner Sunday been standing in the pipes hair been
you and Mrs. CbsgroveThose Certain it is that while the Great to absorb It; so it is Qtilte Importantthat mother giving him final: instructions, \ t
one of our pianos, it gives forth, agaak C&ptain run. Of course the water thus used
present were Mr, "W. C. Nor- Father of us all does not seem to the neck abovld be Dearly as wideas "yon; must remember how to behaveat
ty of music that gives pleasure not do harm but still it is
The volume is there too. It's euto man and fa.mlyMW: :'Norman' and "mind" if some of his children, are the ms* put. An Ideal case for the party. If you're asked to have may wiser'to any ,
be the safe side.
get music out of each a" piano Toucan family Mrs. Emma' Levering and Mr.- foolish and stupid, he seems to select narcissuses god daffodils one of dark something and ;you want it you must always on

buy one now and pay for it when and Mrs. Joseph lriard.Mrs. others (perhaps those he Intends for green glass. A fiat bowl with a wide say 'Yes, thank you,' and If you don
you like. Ask -us about: -ItCLUTTER '. some special work) and allows them rim Is much better for abort stem want It yon must say"- Saootfaur Frosa aa Elepbaat.
MUSdc'ttOUSE, T. 'J.:. JennfngsVbo sweat to to be threshed and castigated most flowers such as ptmsiw and violets. "You needn't bother about that part The elephant's howdah Is that bed

Pensacola, ,Ha. New' Toric' friends wttlr: at Mr Saluda Jennings,;N. now- carefolly a: man by tries certain flirting"levelers"If with these Roses an of so many: different kind of It, ma," interrupted Tommy. of Procrustes, In which one can neither

visiting few' claps that they look pretty; to vases of various sit nor stand with any approach to
+ _:: levelers awhile, and gets a Been Fan Suited t!-oOvercoatedT
Trainer s and- Miss- ;.Nettte- -; Train. as a hint he bad better take the hint shapes. Nothing II more attractive Tie 1I..ewverl. llamm. reasonable ease; and in which a recumbent -

Mrs.Mr. Phillip Brown, cf Selma, and or a good solid blow iWnl fDUaw. than a.bowl of roses, la diflkultto "rbe maneuvering mamma" is practically attitude is impossible, says

er Mr., O. J. Driller, of :TsMasta, while And what are these "levelerSY"I "arrange. Tbe very tall vases are extinct. The modern daughter Blackwood's Magazine. Its advantagesare We're the ones to see when U

shark fishing several, nights ago on With many the levelers that keeps. only; appropriate for roses with very has an almost free hand in managing first:, that standing in It a man think: of each things
one of the city -wharves howled a him or her back is Just plain: old fashIoned long talks, such a*American Beauties. bee love transaction The mere love can shoot on every side of him; second, i Piles of new weaves keep 4
Nunnally'sCandies monster shark., It took the combined coffee when it -weakens heart I Although green vases an popular. marriage, which was so disturbing a'' that it 13 convenient for the' carriageof POURING IN here daily .

efforts of eight or ten' people to land destroys digestion! or sets up anyone I Borne authorities say that the colored thought to the mother of even twenty the occupant's paraphernalabusguns exclusive patterns that
the shark and: it was necessary to of the many forms of disease directly: Slug prevents the light from gettingto years ago. is seldom heard of In May- on racks on either side, bin am- I Rich
shoot It twice !with. a pistol to kin it. traceable to 1L ':. the stalks and that flowers Un fair In these altered circumstances munition In a trough in front his Just HIT the rite a1IQt.We're '
When tries to live upright alive to +le
a man thoroly
and undrugged' longer in white glass.-New York Poet. says the London Graphic. other requisites in leather pockets here
Thursday,evening a party of young clean, thrifty sober, and there on the aides of the machineand demands of our profeshun-
of Miss Ethel! Lehr. manifesting as near as he knows what
people composed happ'ness !. his bed blanket on the seat-and, always on the Jump for new
Miss Nellie Sutherland !Miss Clemen the Creator intends be Little Mirror Are "
Received twice a week tine Diaz Miss Pannle Graham, and health and peace seem to come tbe minors of today the light ia DOCTORS ENTORSE: HERPICIDE. third that In a binder compartmentan ideas and thots.
Peterson to It ? I attendant can stand to hold that find raHoring first L
Tour Roy him. Does jay U will our
Merrs. J. L: reflected by a layer of silver or an Submitted to
and always fresh. Put !Henry TJertin, Miss Kate Parine Mr. This article was written to set people amalgam of tin, but a proportion of Because Its Formula Them.Is monstrous umbrella over his bead, or in fit and style-*rst In workmanship :
10 Mrs Willie< thinking to rouse the'with when quick loading Is required take
in Davte
!'IL.A. end
packages and Mrs. construction-
up fight is lost in the process of reflection Alexander McMillan, M D., a prom and
Ma organized man
and Mrs In" for highly fired and
Mrs.'W. P. Jones every from his hand the gun Just '
cents to $1.20. Why, Gebhardt, went: on an moonKghtfishing / and woman have times when they feela and the image is less luminous than Inent phys'cian! cff Lansing Michigan tested, recharge it These are the advantages first In the harts of those whoappreciate
within for The value of a looking writes: "On three cases I have live up-ta-data .
aot' get the best?, trip to Oontmondeada wharfTweutynflve something calling from the original. and the result Otherwise the howdah is an abomina- real !
beamflful silvery ,trout them to press to the front "and "be glass is usually estimated bf the thick. Herplclde 'for'd&ndru1f desired." tion. tailoring service! ;
were tended ,by, these-desctoles of about, the Father's business," don't mess of the glass because the thicker has been,all that could be entirely let fill ur Fall tailoring
Herplclde is made upon an u*
Isaac 'W'e.1tin. who retumed borne In mistake it; the spark of the Infinite is it is the stronger it must be. But new'j)1iooi-pJe-tba.t Is, that dandruff Her Valuable Tip. wants We'll handle U right ,
a happy mood.the .result or such good there and it pays In every way health, speaking scientifically thick glasses and falling hair: are caused from a microbe "Here's a letter from a woman" said
luck. happiness, peace and even worldly: because the outlines of the hair bulb and, editor, Suits Tailored to Taste
are defective that Infests the answers to correspondents
the habits>> and .
off ,
to.break :
Sol Cahn &' Co.The Miss TViennhouse.; tit lA.t3aa.ta i 1 'artfved strip prosperity.clean-Sorthe'workt--cut out.Jot tte-lmage reflected'an less clearly; de- by! 'destroying the luxuriantly microbe one's. HerpIcide haLLs :- "who wants' to know bow" to make a SUITS, $20 TO S50.PRICKETT ,1

In the city t'enm.tng'a.nd Is the us If, therefore one would 'be pro fined. An ideal mirror. Is one with a bound to grow remedy that lemon tart" -
"' Border for the. "business: ," perfectly! flat surface. But it Is only Is the only hair That's just like a woman" rejoined I
d.Mrs. Henry erly equipped: ; PARDNER .
Pure Feed Store,' :est of Mr.:a destroy theDandruff PERSON
gl claims: to. and really does, .
whatever that may be and:oc'ffee' Is .possible obtain this result in comparatively the snake editor.. "Tell her If the lemonisn't "
U U Building .
Suftwe Ctrner'alaln and InUadencU l Rabbinj ( the enemy In dssulse: The gunus.fjr tart to with sbeM better consign Brent .
'Everybody 1"f'efers'Blue\ shown to be small glasses. larger I sale by :W. A. A1emberte, begin '
"hen. fJ j f emoa OT:'yandlla after :once using it pays to quit and use thefood. coffee-d"ostam-the' &1aE8e& do not reflect' a :true Image, be- Druggist and Apothecary 121 South it to the dump and let: It go attbSt. FRANK B. GARDNER. Manager.f' ;

them' iAbactotelyviwre.: '. .Goes'twico ( reformation. la Sure 'eztnethei eat.fX Falator street. : 4cagG Ifcws.
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r 1 NEWS NOTES OF DeFUNIAK' ,. Pure- White.; :; r L ST. ANbREWS- I 4 f t.M:; !' ;'1 1f '

.i -: Soeclal r to The JournaL Paint Special 40 .The. ':JournaL > :< ;

wl- De! Funlak Springs, Sept 3.-Mr St. Andrews Sept. S-Messrs. Bryan 1 ,
George jBfcnflll of Bonifay w&s in Graded White, and Bowles with their families .. -\t
have ... }:. :. '
town j
Wednesday on his Way home been spending the 3vc -
greater-part of
the .
the ;
from an extended visit to the North. as cheap, summer at "Old Town left on Monday : 1 :

Miss :Minnie North returned Thurs- article is sometimes ( for' their homes 'to Greenwood and Ma- ; .
day from a visit frtendsc at Bontfay. rianna. ,

Y 4Pary Hut: 1 McCall left Wednesday night is an expensive I Miss ,Lillie Carlisle Galloway, who '
tor Montgomery, Ala, where he will have been visiting Mrs. Alexander In

attend school. He has sold Ms Interest at any price. West End returned home on Friday. } { ." .
In the grocery business to a Mr. The. vault door safe and other fur- H t' ,
Trotinan, White Lead nishings for the new state bank have "',. 'if

:Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones got back so little more recently been purchased and In the very f: :

Friday from a visit with friends la per near future business will be begun. .. t.. "
i .mints and lasts so much :Mr. Money, wife and two _children, I>'i .

Mrs., w. F. Hall and family .are of Mississippi, came in on Friday and :,.
spending a month at the Gulf. on the building, that are with Mrs. Crippen.Mr. .'-

-av Mrs.! Downes Miss James Baker of Tallahassee Is at
and.,daughter: : the could be r"
z.. -.. Daisy and Mr.. and. Mrs. Charles MUrray pure home for a short visit.A. .
returned from visit! the H. Brake left on PrMay en routeto
their to the property owner was
Beach Tuesday. BournevHle. Ohio where he goes to 1 1N
Talk about being particular I r Editor Storrs ,of.the Breeze, was In ways fully informed on I visit his father and-other relatives.J. iel\t1yl'. Ii""Acfs
and stickler for correct details Marlanna \\V Brown of Manville has moved
part of last- week in the '
in style- interest off the Walton County Fair subject of paint I his family to St. Andrew and Is occu- csN::: =f 4 Icz sa'I::,
which will be held in October. It is To be of I pying the Hancockcottage near the .
the average man Is the unlitThat's I expected that this fair will eclipse sure 1 head of* Lake Ware. Mr. Brown has Acts L

the reason -we enjoy,his -former one.-' purity insist on havingPure accepted position with the Ware I Beneficially; ,
Mr. D. W. Burke has sold his new :Merchantilo- Co. .
trade I house on the'Circle to Mr., EL W. lli.Trousdale of the St. Andrew Ice ;--W/; / cts truly as a kx a.tlVe,. ,-
He appreciates every point I Thorpe i Red Seal and Water Co., has Just reeeived the ;
1 plans and specifications for the build-
and this fall we, have a line of I ineetinf Next Tuesaay of the ladies there ofthe will be TownImprovement Ings and accesories of the factory. The J f T Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the ; "

single and doublebreastedcoats Association, when the White machinery will be shipped the 15th of = well-informed and to the healthy, because its i i.'r"fl i.

that will suit him from electon! of officers' for the ensuing (made&7 the Old Dutch rrooMi) September from New York. Work will tl ii component parts are simple and wholesome ; : ;
be begun at once on the necessary build- ,r .., .. and because, it
the ground up. I year will take place. society has ; acts without disturbing the :-L
ings for the plant and the
.been In existence a year and has done Mixed with Pure Ice possible. manufactureof natural functions, as it is wholly free from .
as as
soon The
New goods arriving .daily.l much to Improve the town. factory r.
will continue manufacturing Ice all dur- .;; 4 every objectionable quality or substance. In
East Friday night the DeFftniak aril Oil it is
Northern Railroad gave a moonlight a perfect ing the winter months so' as to be able ?- :; ,: .w the process of manufacturing figs are used, as t I

excursion to Glendale for th benefit If your dealer will to meet the. demands of the busy season I '" l-; they are pleasant_to the taste, but the medicinal ;.! .',
of the North M. E. Church which was year.Masters : ,;: virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from
Hunter and .
write Frank
supply Shippeywho
enjoyed by many- you, us. 1 t an ''combination of known to '
Visiting ; a
have been Mr. and Mrs. M. :n ; S : f s
Ji JiSAFES Business There was League a called Friday.meeting. of the NATIONAL LEAD G. Post have returned to their summer :3t Y t=. : ,' ? be medicinally,laxative and to act most bene !
Thursday afternoon and evening, dark Aye..d lOth St.. St. LOBU. home Mr. Z.Parker.Taylor was In'town on Sat- 'A1 ficially. To get its beneficial effects buy

the ladies' Library Association served from Parker. the genuine-manufactured by the ,
Ice cream and cake in Murray's pavilion ,,For sate by first class d aler. }; T.
Rev. Mr. Joyner will resign the pas- I
to help! for the encv-
pay torate of the Baptlst"church here to en-
SAFES SAFES! SAFES! clopfetfa. Mr. Harry Murray kindly ter the theological seminary at Louis
giving half the proceeds to the ass vine Ky., this fall to take a special
Buy Diebold Safes. ciation. "Madam Shtpton; tit Alabama BAY EX course. SYRvPSs

Scarritt: Moreno, Agent.COTTRELL was there with her wheel of for- :Mr. L. M. Ware is fitting up the ., ta
tune, and quite a little! sum was taken Gwaltney shop next door north of C. H.

!n., WEDNESDAY SEPT. Casey's factory and will carry a line of .
Mr. Enoch Cato of Company K who tit ra r clsco & L.
launch supplies and fixtures.. We predict K ,
had fractured while In to the oulsv : 1 tev orh I'i.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. his leg campat a good business in this trade. .1 ,
Tampa, has been suffering with it Life Saving Station. For sale *y an leading Druggists,la on final packages only,teamic the fan
Pensacola. Fla. considerably during the last few days. .. name of tie Company.Disinterested. .
Mrs. R., H. Stephens,'who has been SISTERS OF The Life Line oa the Foot. .
In poor health for some time died at Starting from the base of the big toe 4

Something New In her home on the. north side: of townon on the there is a distinct line. That is the life --- .
--- --- -
Diamond Ntckhces Chains Etc. Tuesday. Big Steamer l< Ionar line. In one foot it will curve along -
Kinds, Vitality A-pleRtr la Uoaactle Life. 1J 1-
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bowers until it terminates under the instep far I 1I J
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Pilifn SL Leaves 7:30: m. Oh, my friend you may prate of
Campbell died Saturday In :At- p. toward the lower base of the little toe. "What a splendid woman she h is!r I
wasted lives and idleness and the
lanta, Ga..., after a short Illness. his Adults, 50c. Children, This means long life. If broken in the ."I am glad" to think you have got I sites of the church and'all that sort para inf It's All in the-Laundry
TURTON & BELL Mr. J. C. Sherman has add: hollow of the foot It denotes a sicknessat such a wife.
thing, but I tear it is little you know
PHdlOtBAPHEIS SINCE 1 aa.dab.aqssa home on Ore Oak veuue to his son. middle age, and if it terminates in "Such a wife! Why, man, you have I !
Sherman who Intends makingit v..71.g Weight .* ifc* B dr.A I about the vital forces-that are feedingand When collars and
Flaishlq fur A.late.,.. James the hollow of the foot It means a short no idea of her generosity. When I was your shirts
His winter residence. physician points rat that she refused to becauseshe sustaining and strengthening it : cuffs don't look: right, it is
life. line is the most poor marry me
Tbis Interestingone
:Word has been received that President fallacies are common with every hour of the four and/twenty. quickly noticeable and the finest
afraid of burden
R. K. Wallace Bruce, of the Florida the weight of the human: body. on the foot The experiments that was being a upon If I could show yon' the.: letters that top clothes cannot make up

Watch_",.MMtaetiirini WHITE J.w.,*..Md CraduaU Cnauta/uqua, is very ill at his homeIn man who congratulate himself hare been conducted have proved this me fortune, but she the consented moment I at came into What my came to me from that frtar-in the south up for it. Our plant is equip-
'CUc1III.1O: ; L rtltfM Strttt-PtntMtlt Fla. Brookly N. Y. gain of several pouodi In weight to be an almost unfailing reading of once. Of Europe letters bubbling over with ped with the most modern
do think of that for kindness
given period nay hart BO longevity. you health and happiness and the sweetest laundry machinery made an!
WAS VERY-SICK BOY work is excelled
A rejoicing; for be may be under a Samoa and Grevy. resignation, and then show you a photo- our by none
Chamberlain's. Colic, Exciting. It pleases others and will please
Cured ty '
Tersely Told But sion. Very few: penoM* says tb Jules Simon said that the most exciting graph of a young man In'tonsure and
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Percy-I am tired of this life of ease.I you.
vestigator, hare any correct id of his life when he cowl with the calmest clearest eyes
"When my boy was two years old moment was want a life of .toil, danger excitement -
their own weight As a matter of that ever looked out from under a
he had a very severe attack of bowel was trying to obtain a concession on and adventure!
J. M. Nelson and :J. P. Smith of the of the body Is brow If could havetffelt of
weight placid
; you
complaint but by the use of Chamber. tariff from a foreign diplomat with "Oh, this !Is so sudden! But you may
|!Apa2adi-icaa, are in the cite on a Jain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea changing owing to innumerable- whom President Grevy was playing ask papa."-Life. his knotted,biceps and known the graspof The Star Steam
short 'business visit we brought him out all ences. On a warm day after his small but powerful hand and
Remedy billiards. He whispered to Gravy to
HIckox of' Midland fast a ioaa.will lose more than a heard the peal of his hearty laughterfor
EL T. Davis has returned from New right says Maggie lose the game, but Query insisted on Not Exhausted.- : Laundry ,
York where be Mteh. 'This remedy can be depended of a pound per hour. Seventy per. his spirit,was. bubbling
; attended the' Bryan over.even
playing to win and relented only when She-Henry, I'm going to give you a
rece@tnon. ... upon In the most severe of the body contain water, there tav his serene lolitud*-jwu "wiald 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114
infantum n he observed that the minister was In piece of my mind. He-I thought I'd
Mr. and lire cases. Bren cholera weight vanes constantly.: The I'r perhaps begin to understand why the Pensacola, Fla.
Campbell of plain printed anguish had It all-New York Press.
South DaVHlIer street, are the parents cured by it. Follow cure the Is 'ce -taIon. For ence to be drawn from the loss or monastic life,in spite{ of its tranquillity: ,
directions and a
of a fine boy. of a pound or two may be ''Language of the Heart never stagnates and why the more'you I
sale by an druggtete. Those who always creep are the only '
Fluctuations of a few ounces The language of the heart which contend against the spirit of the religious --------------
Mr. and Mrs H. Oashman.) have ones that never falL
retained the is in orders the live and 'U'oode9 Spools.A .
from Chicago and other REMAINS OF MRSBOHLMAN sign that body a comes from the heart and goes to the more they
points, thrive From "A Fin de SiecleiFriar" curious industry in Russia and one
state. Milwaukee Citizen.
There they have been spending the WERE PLACED. AT REST. heart Is always simple, graceful and
'j.ast two weeks. full of power but no art of rhetoriccan The laxative effect of Chamber In National Magazine. which nevertheless finds employment
The remains! of Mrs. Louse Bohl- Gold Hove.ea IB Olden teach It It is at once the easiest lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets iseo for thousands of men Is that of makIng
w, M. Nored. who has been In the man, the estimable lady who expired Roman writers inform us that and most difficult language difficult agreeable and so natural you can Every medicine advertised wooden spoons. In the district of
city for several days, will leave this her hardly realize that it is produced by n
at the home' of modus caused the hoofs of his where
SemeaoTsk ,
night they chiefly coma
corning for Tallahassee and other Saturday since !it needs a heart to speak It; easybecause medicine. These tablets also cure In- in this paper will be found at
the bay
scn-in-law, :John Pfeiffer, on to be covered with gold leaf and its periods,..though rounded from, no fewer than 7,000 men makea
Vest Florida points. digestion. For sale by all druggists.Saved .
shore were placed at rest yesterday the fetlocks to be gilded. Nero's and full of harmony, are still un- Crystal Pharmacy. living at the trade. The spoons Are
The members of No. 10 afternoon, a large concourse of Borrowing -
Camp Ward Journeys were invariably studied.-Bom. generally made from birch wood, anda
Confederate Veterans, called to friends and relatives follow tr a Cool Head ..
are on white mules wearing gold Pieling Pe nat skilled! workman!: can turn out ser
ceet in N. the remains to St. John's Cemetery Sir Andrew Clarke while traveling in
tonight B.
Cook's office at ing and behind. The seeds of the peanut are planted
their fore feet silver Measure For lIIe.... eral hundred a day. No fewer than
7:30 o'clock. where the burial occurred. Italy ascended a high tower one evenIng'and -
The, funeral el'viceswere conducted beasts which drew the chariots "And the name is to. be"- asked the found at the another tour- like beans, and when the vines have 12,000,000 spoons are manufactured
W. H. Nealeans. foreman of The at the German Lutheran Church wife, Poppae were shod all suave minister as he approached the chatted come up and the nuts are ready for during the course of the year, which
Journal press, room, who has been yesterday afternoon and were largely with gtL Several others font with the precious armful of fat ist,an Englishman. They when pleas- harvesting the farmer takes a cultivator are>sold at C to 8 rubles per thousand.

spending his vacation w.a relatives attended, Mrs. Bohiman having a dignitaries and potentates of the and flounces. antly for a few minutes suddenly especially made for that pur- They find a ready market and pene-

In Birmingham, returned to the city large circle of friends and acquaint ous days of the Roman empire "Augustus Philip Ferdinand Codrin- the stranger seized Sir Andrew by the pose and starts down the long rows. irate as far as Persia, Khlva, Bokhara
Jut night resumed his duties. shoulders and said quietly, "I am going
aod ances in the city. From the church their hone with gold and used ton Chesterfield Livingstone Snooks." On either side of this cultivator are and,Kbokand.
Recorder Laney had eighteen cases the cortege moved'to the cemetery, same material for bridle bits, "Dear dear" (taming to the sex- to throw' you over. The man wasa two long knives which sink into tbe

on the municipal court docket yesterday I'where the}: interment was made, and spurs,etc. ton). "A little more water, Mr. Per- maniac. The physician had only a ground sufficiently to cut the taprootof Husband.

morning for trial. Oi thia where many handsome floral.offerings ----- kins If ptease."-London Tit-Bits. moment In which to gather his the vine. The same process is.gone A woman who shall be nameless fur

number six cases were continued, five were placed upon the grave. As a dressing for.sores bruises yon thoughts, but that moment saved him. through with on the other side of the nishes the following essay on husbands

defendants discharged and fines imposed burns Chamberlain's Salve is all Ready For a Test. "Pooh! he replied unconcernedly. vine. The main root being thus severed :

amounting to f 1B. The Crystal Pharmacy can be desired. It is soothing "Do ;you think that absence really "Anybody can throw a man off the and the ground loosened the "There are three kinds of husbandsthe -

Fred Moore, who has been playing all heeling in its effect. It allays makes the heart grow fonder inquired tower. If we were on the ground you vines are lifted into shocks like corn. young husbands who make us unhappy -
fhortptop for the Mobile ,Club of the Open night.He pain ctf a turn almost instantly. the young man who was not aparttcu1R.r1y could not throw me up. That would be They are cured by allowing them to because we are so Jealous of f

Cfctton States League, has gone to salve is also a certain cure welcome caller."I too difficult. ") es, I _could," retortedthe stand in-the sun for about ten days, them, the middle aged husbands who

Xashvllle and Is to play shortstop for Covlda't Rnn Off With It. chapped hands and diseases have never given the matter much maniac. T could easily throw you when a colored woman and childrenare break our hearts because they would

that team In the Southern League for The freaks were forming a club. The skin. Price 25 cents. For sale consideration" was the young L'ldy'sresponse. up here from the ground. Let us go sent into the field to pick the nuts rather* make money or play golf than

the remainder of 'the season. TheMob'le elastic akin man bad the chair. druggists. "Suppose stay away down and I will do it" The descentwas from the vises. An average picker devote any attention to us and the '

team bas won the pennant In "Next"In order," said he "are nominations sIx and you we'll accordingly made, during which will pick about five bushels a day, for old husbands who sicken us with tbeia
for five
< and or years
tf league the management had for treasurer Has airy one" Weicbla* a Hfr.TTo Sir Andrew managed to secure help which be Is paid, at the rate of 10 | rilly objections whenever we turn tor
an opportunity of theftnkes Pittaburg Post.
of disposing The wild man of Borneo rose. number the hairs of your and release himself from his perilous cents a bushel. look at younger men."-Chicago Trib
of :Moore the Nashvilleclub
to "the not difficult task" said
"I nominate, u sail legless a very situation.
to good advantage so Jumped at wonder. ; finer of-the away office to a Wisdom and honor are the avenues une.
the opportunity. There Is no doubt
een "A close to a happy immortality.-Plato.
T. very
bat that he will make good in the larger Lot..f dare. - league! as In he the played same fine league ball untilhe for "You know, George" she was ex- can amount be made of hair by on weighing a man's the head TOOTHPICKS.A Largest in the WorldCorrectly

"I was brought up without
had a.disagreement with the management plaining, then weighing a single hair.. The
any care. of the former divided by that. of Tit to Load_ and a Little Lea

"Marry me, my darling" saidGeorge latter will *f course, give the on ,In Etiquette

Why not get the worth of your ;. "and ,yea shall have nothing number. If yon will pluck out a. "I ran over for a short visit to London describes the Anheuser-Busch -11 t

ttonejrT Demand Blue Ribbon Lemon but care." from your beard I can show you. ," said ?globe trotter. "On the

and Sfode.Vanilla" Extracts. "Best .Ever Jfo VOMCIU. A"*t' Bar.Skidds long and straggling one was boat wasa pretty widow from Altcaa Brewery. Covers 128 acres-equal to 70

-Did she say It was so sudden ly detached the refiner patting it who dlagasted and amused all hands city blocks. Storing capacity 600,000 .

Read the ad. of The Crystal Askin-Of when you course asked: she Her didn' marry She you was! ease scale and which graduated was inclosed with in a onp.4y'I"an1'tty'surptIsetLtbat saying: a fast and ex- barrels. Employs more than 6,000 people.

Pharmacy in this issue. widow. curacy. With little weights pensive boat tike :this should fail to

ium he piled up one arm until aa supply us with toothpicks. Sales for 1905 '.

poise was reached. '"She thought toothpicks indispensable H t

three kilograms. you reduce like napkins or forks. For thinking

to figures," said the speaker, "it so we set her down as a hecker. 1,403,788 Barrels

5.5.5. require 8,000 Lairs to weigh one But wait .

and supposing yon have six'o "I dined during my visit In Londonat

OUR PHYSICIANS you have 48,000 haJrs.1*-N w/:/ Prince's. Piccadilly, and at the of Beer

Herald. Savoy, in the room that overlooks the _

While we have the utmost confidence in the curative powers,of S. S. S. -- --- embankment and the river, and at the

In all blood troubles, yet we realize that in some cases causes'unknown to How haM W.."'.. Hove.The Carlton where I paid a dollar for a
exceeds that of other in
the patient often hinder the best effects of the medicine. For this reason we speed with which sound plate ,of soup, and at all these restaurants which any Brewery >.

have maintained for many years a branch to our business known,as "Our are transmitted' through: the atmO! which ate admittedly the finest the world.

Consultation Department." This department is composed regularly depends on several conditions. and the smartest and the most fashionable -
graduated and licensed physicians who have made blood and skin diseases the temperature Is at 32 de in the world. At all of them there Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'nSt.

their special study and who are employed solely to advise and help,without sounds more with a speed of 1,090 were toothpicks on the table, each LonU. U.S.A.

charge, those who use S. S. S. Thousands of people have been cured of per second, the velocity Increasing% toothpick done up in, a sterilized envelope -

blood and skin diseases of every kind by the use of S. S. S.. and many of the temperature at the rate of

those who, perhaps, at first did not find the results entirely satisfactory, one foot of speed per second for "This taught me a lesson. It taught

wrote our physicians a full statement of their case, and a little fedvice hastened degree above the freezing point me that It is narrow and provincial to -' A. MOOG, Distributor.

the cure. We have nothing to sell you, andthe only reason for wanting agata in damp air sound moves despise people for their disregard of .

you to write to us is that we mayuse every effortto: see that you get the a greater velocity than it does in. certain small rules of etiquette. Tho Pensacola.

best result from the medicine. You can: _then heIp s by advising your an; no odd Jl the dry air be things we despise them for, which may
friends to use S. S. S., which you will know from experience; is all we dalIllor. the damp cold. In water sound be glaring errors la Seattle or New C0r* tf gr Tit

it. YOU can write with the assurance: that all correspondence: U held inStrictest more tbaft four times as fast as it York, may be again, as like as not, the

confidence, and that our physicians will gJTejrou h ipfk! advice laalr. rr.,,at about. the rate of correct thing in Paris and London.-

without charge. HfC SVjjff. jPElftQ .*.? 41X474] 424* feet! pIIr'MODD4.. ,New-Tprk Press

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T THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL.7uirn.sEpTEMER 4. 1908.cmftml <..i;, -------
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e 1tmfat la '
D* Hot 2Ilte a ,Oil 14 Take Food It
Most Dreaded of U-rlmg Talma* IJI *

'6 : --U-__ __flJL-,_ "Never force Doc a Hot child eat rood It \ Eq..torlal.Atriea.' j Quality : '-- \ f
: Europeans who visit the great qua- .
D ILV.VE does not want," says a well known
;KLV., SUNDAY. tonal forests of Africa are subject to -
tilldren's specialist the New York The feet that SCHNAPPS
many risks, but none perhaps 80"dangerous -

PUBLISHED: EVERY ,MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Telegram, "and let it choose the things as contact with the bashikouay, v ?

...BY... It; likes if they are, not known to be or great bull ant, 'which is said to be D-d I '-ft la so widely imitated only proves

injurious, for when a small boy or girls the most dreaded of living things to be I that it is the best chew-the standard

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. In normally healthy condition the found in that region. It is gluttonous
tn the extreme That which It attacksIt 'fl Other plugs are made to imitate
; -- w ppettte should be abnormal and< ,

FRANK L. the dishes it craves the ordinarily .; consumes on the spot-nothing is 1-I t'! of SCHNAPPSother
MAYES,: President an* General Manager system, carried away for further convenience. r the.size and shape and color
; ------ needs I believe. and for that
---- -- -- ----- --: ---- reason
Elephants, leopards, gazelles, lions, .- aroinade to look like SCHNAPPS
IHEMBat I think a mother should ask a tags
THE ASSOC'JlTEB''PRESS.. snakes, gorillas, monkeys, even the '

.. _ _ ,_ child between the ages of five and human aborigines of the districts it tags-yet there arc more pounds of SCHNAPPS
even what food it wants at meals

; SUBUCRIPTION, RATES and endeavor- to supply the dishes infests fly from any neighborhood Ac-In :: chewed annually than all other similar tobaccos.

One Year .. .. ..........$00' One Month .. .. ... .. .. '45 asked for. which they know It to be located.

Six Months .. .. ? .. .. 2 50 One Week .. .. .. .. .. 10 *"I always lay special stress on the cording to well- accredited reports,
: Three Months. .. ..' -.. 1 25 these awe inspringbuil ants travel
Weekly Edition per year..$ :CO statement-nerer force a child to eat
lIke locusts, In."vut"p.rmies, marching
food it does not want-for I know
in a line two inches'or more broad and

4: Tbe Only Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed from my experience that nothing will miles In length. One of these armies -
bring on Indigestion quick* than to
Circulation Statement Can B. Secured. has been known to,take twelve hours
make a youngster eat a dish It does
to pass a given-point These ants prefer -
e. not care for. Rebelling against the the shade Aid, rather than be exposed -

% PIa {EdftortaJ Ro<.i M 'Papers on Sale on Trains and food makes the boy or girl ,nervous to the,rays of the blazing sun -
{ nothing -
I so readily disarranges
(Business OffICe 1500 ; will burrow tunnels under the surface .
; :_ ,, ,and at all News Stan'ds. he stomach as excitement tor the of the ground and',Jhus travel"until

child's own good I think It should
-. ---- nev- they come,to the shelter of trees. Any
er be compelled to take undesirable
_,Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendanoia and DeLuna Sts. animal which, unaware of the proximity -
: ... oodstuffs. Yet I know many parents of the bull ant ,and reposing in

with healthy children who decide whatis the soiltudft of the velt happens to be SCHNAPPS to nuue-of'enr/-choke nlections- weD-mtoedthc* ujhrjr'cored -

t good for them and then place the attacked has no chance of escape. Its .4and factories as clean as the cleanest kitchen,situated in the vejybeart of the greatest
PENHACOL1A, FLA, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1906. dishes before the little ones and If
devoured "Witt Irresistible fury and chewing tobacco growing country, by men of life-long expedience in tobacco manu-
they do not eat of them they get nothing -
but this of within a few minutes a pile of bleached factarlng, and who bare directed the R.J.Reynolds Tobacco Company since 1875.
course treatment witha
: The who are interested and there but bones marks the spot where it rep sed.
September First are
few who are not. nervously constituted child is injurious A great deal valuable Information SCHNAPPS has the pleasing appetizing aroma which created and popularized

Trade Editions. I and more than apt to bring on about this dreaded ,creature has been the loD4Deee chewing. Expert tests prove that It requires and takes a smaller ..,

i The Missouri farmer who swindleda chronic Indigestion. published by a F zoologist, M. dChailJer amount of sweetening than any other .kbd-. nd has a wholesome stimulating .
: The numerous trade editions Issued "Of course parents must select the and effect chewers.Internal .
satisfying on
; should be who has described a personal
lawyer given an pedestal
4 t>y many of the larger Gulf Coast papers onyx dishes to a certain extent They should
show that
la the of encounter with the bull ant. "I remember revenue statistics SCHNAPPS and other of the
1 September 1 speak volumes forth fame. make sure that there is plenty of variety -
I well the first time I met the Reynolds brands won enough chewers in one fiscal year to make a net gain

: development: that has been made iHH In vegetables and fruits especially ashikonays> on a raid. I knew not \i of six and a quarter million pounds, or one-third of the entire increasedconsumption

f- ,ia business! of all kinds during the B during the summer months when fresh what was in store for me. I was huntIng in the United States on chewing and smoking tobacco.

past year and for the unprecedented BRYAN AS SEEN ;. ones are so plentiful by myself when suddenly the for- B. sure the letters on the tag and under the
# BY "But aside from there being a sufficient tag spell
LONDON WRITER. est became alive with the foe. A sudden
prosperity which Is everywhere
&C-H-N-A-P-P-S and will have With Less
number dishes to keep the appetite dread seized me and I stood still yon genuine. ,

dent now. $ >>".I good I should permit a child to in the hunting path resting on my gun. 'R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.WinatonSalem .
These trade editions also do more regulate its own diet"
Suddenly as if by magic' I was covered
,Khan! that-they advertise the cone special writer for the London Ex. and bitten everywhere. I'fled In N. C. Sweetening

itnunales in which they are published press introduced his Interview with DOOR DRAPERY. haste and 'found refuge in a deep
-- Mr. Bryan In London as follows: "The -
as nothing else'could do. Their --t.- stream then the -.
very advent, yet even strong pinchers -
of Mr.
appearance. tells to the worM thatthose thrill of excitement Bryan in created many quarters.quite a Attract Ire Curtain Made of Strand of the ants would not give way, :Than Any Other '
of Wooden
cozmmmltles are prosperous and The American embassy was on the Ball and though the bodies were torn off the -'
krutvive the A new kind of door drapery that bids heads remained. The native tribes, .'
:: they show fcy their enterprise that ; representatives of the
: I I
r .American press in London formed a fair to displace some now used is the when a man Is condemned< for witchcraft .
Tie Siren of La irense.La
new industries are wanted and that '
.- miniature mass meeting in the bestitula invention of a Cleveland man. It consists generally fasten him to a tree Prensa Is the and most mentioned apparatus, in which case no
5- new citizens are welcome. of the Hotel Cecil W.: T. Stead of a series of strands of solid before an inroad of these ants. After greatest Legal advertisements charge will be made for inspection for
Influential paper In South America. Its such apparatus when installed.
,. :' :The editions gotten out by the New and John Bums, the 'latter an 0111friend wooden balls arranged to form an attractive 1 they have passed a shining skeleton Section 4. That any person firm or

Orleans Times-iDemocrat the (Fttcay- of Mr. Bryan ran a neck-and and novel appearance. TheSTS.LitDS j jI alone is left to ten the tale." : offices are In Buenos Ayres Argentina In Escambia County Circuit Court. corporation convicted of the violation of
neck race in handsoms the court of situated in a magnificent building In State of Florida. In Chancery. M. B. this ordinance shall be punished rbt fine
c The States, end the Mobile Reg up I the Griffith iSusie Griffith. Divorce. On not exceeding Fifty Dollars, : Imprisonment -
Avenida. This Is said to
the Cecil for audience with the building the
an Monday 1st
day or October, A. D. not exceeding thirty days.
were particularly good and that great American. Between the hours I THE SCENT OF SICKNESS. be one of the most imposing In the 1996. the defendant Susie Griffith, Is re- Section 5. That all ordinances and

I"UDe.: will of. value of 7 and 11 last night of world. It has tower crowned Quited to appear to the bin filed against of ordinances in conflict hf'wlthes
prove great to the upward a a by a her herein. Tills order to be poblishwlonce tarts the same are hereby repealed.
Most DUeases, It I* Claimed Have I
Guff coast goes without saying hundred people .asked for admissionto great golden statue of a young woman each week for four (4) consecutive o 6. That this ordinance shall
Mr. Bryan's .And not Their Characteristic Odon. weeks In The Pensacola Journal a news- take effect thirty days after its adoption.
: _ presence. one The acuteness of the sense of smells representing the Spirit of the Press. paper published In Escambla County, Passed August 22nd. 19t>C.
of them was denied. Prompt and bus The proudest possession of La Prensafs '! Florida. A. M McMillan Clerk Circuit Approved August
f1r ,The Bristol Bee has evidently adopted ness-like. Mr.. Bryan mapped out his far greater in many of the lower animals Court. By U a Aym rd, D. C. Pensacola. .
,a 5,000 horsepower steam operated .
Fla.. A.UC. 27. 19Q5. oawlw Attest Mayor.C.
tone, and each caller or collection of -doga, for example-than in man: '
the Carnegie reform .
spelling sys siren. Whenever there is an appalling E. MERRITT. City Perk.AN
callers was granted so many second: and they employ in guiding them to AN ORDINANCE TO CREATE TUB
l.ten.. or has gone it one better. In its disaster-the death of a crowned bead
or mtomtes as the case might be. Two their food, in warning them of approaching OF SUPERINTENDENT OF ORDINANCE MAKING APPROPRI-
lest issue the head'' or other event of worldwide Interest- STREETS AND BUILDINGS; TO FIX INTEREST
I: following scare page boys were especially allotted to danger':and_ for other pur :THE COMPENSATION AND DEFINE ATIONS FOR THB PAYMENT BONDS OF -
appears: "Hoamiith, Georgia's Nero carry, up and down the cards of the poses. Tbe sphere of the susceptibility whoop goes La Prensa's siren an4 Is THE DUTIES OF SAID OFFICi-R. OF THE CITY ON OF PENSACOLA AND

:?1: Bee:for Governor." visitors and keep the schedule of MrBryan's to various odors"is'"more uniform and heard for_a.while:throughout the city. Be of It the ordained City of by Pensacola the Mayor: and Council FOR OTHER PURPOSES.BE and
.roultttodinorB The local government exacts fine for by
aippolotnrents a Section
That the office of
: ; extended in man and the sense of Supertn- Council of the City of Pensacola:
t i ', It was a late hour when between, engagements cultivation. this performance $100 per : minute, tendent of Streets and Buildings be and i Section 1. That the following sums be
is the
capable great same U hereby created Said omcershall
A "* granted to :an ex- abinet: with a minimum of $200, and If the be and the same are hereby appropriated out
View of elected by the
Tampa. the Councu at its
Like the other special senses It may of any money In the
minister and a distinguished man: of fine Is not paid on tbe nail the charge first regular meeting alter the adoption the City Treasury not :nmPaZp"nprlated.

;: Revolution in Cuba. letters; the representative of the Ex be cultivated ,bykttention: and prac is double, so when one man Is sent to of and this until ordinance the election for the and term qualification of one year for the purposes hereinafter stat-
tice. Experts discriminate: ed viz:
into of qualities
,press was presence the of his successor, who shall be elected
: operate screecher another Is sent annually For the of the six months' 'J
: Considering the large Spanisatfeaking -the: prospective President of the Unit. : of..wines, tequdrs; drugs. etc. Diseases I by the Council The salary of said terest due July 1st, on Improveir .'
running with a two hundred dollar bill officer I .U:1'
population of Tampa and the :ed States. To English eye Mr. Bryan have their characteristic odors. shall be One Hundred (100) Dollars Bonds of the Pensacola.
?} per month, and be shall be lfundred :
operation required to
to the courts. The next Is to Thousand Seven and Fifty ''SI '
; many Interests in, that city that are fa the last man suggestive of a statesman. Persons who have visited many different give bond In the-Bum of Two Thousand 75000) Dollars.
i : He is of great stature thickly asylums for the Insane recognize drape the above referred to young ($2000) Dollars in such form and with For the payment of that portion ,:
;ti connected, directly or indirectly, with set and extremely careless ,in his at woman's torch with red velvet Jn case such sureties as the Council may approve. purchased as a site for the ',
the same familiar odor of the in- Section 2. It shall be the duty of Bald WllIaBnIl
the industries cf Cuba, a Tampa view tire. His cleanshaven face is suggestive O? WOODEt BALLs.balls sane. It Is not Insane asylums alone, of a catastrophe; with crape In the Superintendent of Streets and Building as a ,street.which Eight has since Hundred beenicated '

of the insurrection on the island is of of Irish origin, and from the backof event;of a death. All this causes the under the directions of the Board of Thirty Three and thirty-three one- m
are all of a uniform size and can but prisons jails, workhouses armiesin Public Works subject to ordinances and dredth (S83S.S3) Dollars
s- more than ordinary interest. A recent a somewhat curls flood bald head his a coat cascude collar of be colored to suit, Individual tastes. camp churches,schools and nearly most extraordinary sensation. immediate resolutions of the Council to exercise: For the payment of that portion of < eland
silvery supervision over and to have .' ,'
issue of The Tampa Times contained He looks half an actor and half the Designs of more than usual beauty can every household that have characteristic i charge and control of all city prisonersand Jail and purchased Police I lead as a-quarters site for, which the .,"is

: the following relative to the successful manager of a large hotel be made by careful arrangement of the odors. It is when the.Insane the Real Celebrity. performance other employees of all of the city in the since been dedicated as a street' rr ,.
The local pride of the natives of Cape work done by them Hundred and Eleven and sixty-seven
aA matter: 'His !blend personality suggests a balls. Besides being less destructivethan prisoners and the soldiers are aggregated -I upon all streets, alleys or other public one-hundredth (J511. 7) Dollar

Very little news Is coming this type that only the United States has bamboo or cloth curtains they In large ..groups or battalionsthat I Elizabeth, Me.. Is eo Intense that It ways work of the City, and of such other public For the payment of part of the purchase
'Way the Council
takes the attitude of pity for all who may from time price of the land purchased as a site
produced- the boss of the great show would also be their characteristic Is I to time direct.
;1' from the Cuban revolution but the tip more readily cleaned. odor recog- Said Superintendent shall for the City Jail and Police Head-quarters -
rising on the island ia still widely But the moment that,Mr. Bryan opened Chicago News. nized. Most diseases have their characteristic have the misfortune to dwell else- also and possess all the powers vested in. Three Thouand Five Hundred I 13,-
his mouth it is another tale alto where. This a wrtter in the LewSston perform all the duties required of the 00.00) Dollars.
.;t discussed all says Marshal .
: on sides and every possible odors and by the exercise of as building inspector by Chap For of the
1 the of -
payment part 5
theory regarding the exact situation gether. Ob the question of 'worldwide Keeping Food. the sense of smell they could be utll Journal Is known to regular and tot X the Code of Ordinances of 1 02. chase price of the land: purchased :sn a
is thoroughly" thrashed out. policy or the mixing of cocktail summer visitors, and by most of themIs shall perform such other duties as He for the City Hall Building Four
He In an Icebox which I looked into recently Ized in different diagnoses. building inspector that may be prescribed Thousand Five Hundred ($4,!>OO.OO) Doilar -
is master
1i! It Is learned that as a matter of Mr. Bryan a speaker. For ,favua respected. One rainy day a new by the Board of PublicVorks] subject .
two slices of sirloin steak example, has a
has the diplomacy of a heaver-born were mousy to ordinances or resolutions of,the Coun- .
11 fact money is already being raised in comer, who bad Joined the gathering For the use of the City Board )f
Tampa to aid the ,Insurgents and a minister, the persuasiveness of a woman laid flat on the ice. Ia lifting them odor, rheumatism has a copious sour ciLSection $. Health for payment of salaries of four additlonal -
in the store composed of fishermen and That all ordinances and
: considerable! sum, has been sent out and a:verbosity which couM only from the ice to a plate they were turn- smelling, acid sweat A person afflicted of ordinances In conflict herewith be parts and sanitary inspectors Four Hun

fi.t1thln' the past few days to aid the have been equated by> :Ifr. Gladstone. ed over, and the side which bad been with pyaemia has a sweet, nauseating summer visitors, ventured to enumerate the same are hereby repealed dred and Eighty (liSOOO of the DoflaraFor fees of the

;:: cause. Five minutes' conversation with Mr. next to the ice was bleached white. breath. ,The rank unbearableodor some of the distinguished men ;who effect Section immediately 4. This ordinance after Its adoption.shall take tOrC City Hall Three Thou -

, In a population of so many Oobans Bryan is sufficient to convince one The woman who had laid the meat directly of pus from the middle ear tells had come from Maine. Passed July llth. 1908 and Dollar Four Hundred' and Fifty RliOOO;; I

it is but natural that: while the govern. that be has Justly earned the title of on the ice knew better probably the tale of the decay of osseous tissue. There's Longfellow," be said, "and 1900.Passed over l1ar; r'. veto August 22nd, F-or the payment of the balance due for

) ment has many friends among the the 'sUyer-tongued orator.'" than to put it Into a pan of water to In scurvy the odor is putrid, In chronic Hannibal Hamlin, and James O. ................................... Alarm the construction, Ninety-Two and($repairs 2.00) Dollars.of the Fire

Tampa population vet there are many soak, but she had accomplished nearly peritonitis mutT In scrofula like, Elaine, "WilHam Pitt Fessenden Attest C.:E. MERRITT. Mayor. For the use: of the Board of PubllWorks <

:1f sympathizers on the other side of the Where B. Waa. the same thing, for the melting Ice stale beer In Intermittent fever like Thomas B. Reed and", City Clerk.AN Two Hundred to pay for and two SeventyFive mules and(harness$ fi.Ot'

5question, although they may not be To what do you attribute your good had almost entirely washed away the fresh baked brown bread. In fever ammonlacal. Here an old fisherman looked up ORDINANCE. TO PROVIDE FOR Dollar
quite so outspoken as the other fellows THE INSPECTION!: OF ELECTRIC of the Board of Publi
Jii" .themselves. ,health and remarkably robust condition Juices of the meat Leaving meat in In hysteria like violets or from his work of splicing grass blades, LIGHT Ajtfb POWER WIRES. Safety For the to use for gong In the resident
\r. in expressing ?'' and broke In. "Smart? Those fellows Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the Chief pay of the Fire Department, illtyU000) :
J: As a matter of fact it has been wrapping paper is another :way to pineapple. Measles diphtheria typhoid of the City of Pensacola.

- pointed out by some very observant "To regular habits and early retir waste Its Jolces.: fever, epilepsy phthisis .etc.. have smart? be questioned. Ton just Section 1. That the City Electrician Section ;.Dollars.That this ordinance shall

1-X' and well informed people that among I ing. Because water Is the native elementof characteristic odors.-Philadelphia Bee-. come down an' see Josh Pillsbury skinfldrT is jest hereby to the authorized hires and and regulation directed,of sub the take effect immediately upon its adop!

i.i those who have volunteered-for"service "Then you have been so situated that a live fish is no sign that a dressed ord. ..... Board of Public Safety and Ordinances of tion.Passed August J2nd1 0 .

'j\ in behalf of the government some you' could carry out these excellent fish should soak in water. It shouldbe placing the City.of to all regulate electric and light determine and the Approved August .21, 1904.;
power .
CHAS. u. BLTF.SAttest
of them are evidently people who shn rules for the preservation of the wiped with a wet,cloth and laid on -- wires in and on say- building In the City : Mayor.

:i.- ply :want the government to equip health r-, a plate in the icebox. It, Is well to of Pensacola appliances. and connected to cause all therewith such wires C. E. MERRITT City Clerk.

,' them and furnish them with transpo I "Oh yes. I was in the Illinois pen!- keep in mind that frozen or cold storage You 'cannot possibly enjoy the best nc1pl constructed and guarded so to "
J tatton to the Island for the 'PUJ'IXSe health if as to prevent fire. accidents "Peaches and Cream.
: tentiary for twenty-three years."_ foods spoil more quickly than & your bowels areconstiConstixztion or or injuries
or _
eventually Joining the insurrectionists. persons property. "
Cleveland Plain Dealer.DEMOCRATIC ., fresh food when brought into the Undigested material, waste Section 2. That whenever any person. "Its tip to Tm
f.r .- -__ Ji products, must be dally removed firm or corporation shall, complete the to move." "1l\
house. This causes some surprise, as
; This Is evidently true to a certa/n! wiring of any feuUdlng or-pert Lovln' 'f
from the there will be
body'or: trouble. Coosdcadoa bilious
chicken fish in attacks with electriq llgbt or wires.eor
extent as Is bound to fee the case Ini when a or apparently power A Like Tour Wa
NOMINEESFor condition in a few hours indigestion,headaches, nausea dizziness,loss of appetite,thin blood. Ayers make any alteration or extension' of any )
affairs. There are several place perfect spoils "
such Pills lexative all S ba's 55 s4st W. 0.... previous Installation they shall report and Tou Look
arc gently vegetable.
in Tampa where certain people congregate even in the family icebox. Meat that WJa' I in wrUlngthe completion of said work to Awfully Good -
Member Congress, 3rd Congressional __
the City Electrician _
who shall _
i which is nothing else than ia often mad "
District: is on the doubtful line Inspect the same and all appliances connected Father, but
meetings sympathizers of the insurrectlon WM. B. LAMAR. of Jefferson.For palatable by a bath in soda and water. therewith and issue to said person Th Poor Old Man" "Anxious" tt-.,f
"where the assessments are ; firm or corporation his certificate of .
Chicago Inter Ocean. you "Get In Ltn s" for Peaches !
satisfactory inspection found to be in
; business handled for
-k "fixed'and the Justices of the Supreme Court: I conformity with the rules and regulattnas Cream. "I Got Mine," "Why Don > .

Insurgents so far as it affects thO'JeI'ti OHAS.. Bt PARKHTLL, of Escambl of the Board of Public Safety and Ordinances Try"
S --
Itewmalleat. of the City.
in the
here who are '
living JAMES B, "WHTITFIBLffi! )..of Leon. Stewing has been described as the Section 3. That it shall be unlawful 'L- -Z.Y spells Laiy but therfNothing I
k pl vement Our1 Soda Water Service I for ,any person firm ,or corporation to Like That in Our Family:
A1! man who was formerly connected For Railroad Commissioner most economical method of cooking turn on any; electric current on any Installation "Never. We'veir,t Tor Sale A (v! '
. : of the filibustering businesslit. ; Invented. No heat is wlrinz.- alteration or extension : -
: with some ever great required
NEWTTON A. BIZ1'Mi.ofLevy.B. E meiittoited fo the foregoing sections tor) Baby" and "The Whole Dam (V' -
during the old days when the habit of HUDSON BURR of Bade. and practically no attention is is Excellent. without first having obtained the City tot) Family."

the Ouibans was to send frequent car needed and by this process we are l Electrician certificate ef satisfactory "Bashful Henry and Loving Lucy"y
inspection. The City Electrician shall not .
munitions or war
goes of contraband For State Senator 2nd District: enabled to make use of pieces of meat Issue said certificate until the party applying "I Don't Know Where Tm Going b
from the florid coast to Cuba, and JOHN S. BEARD. which while nutritious when We have a modem fountain; it is brand newt I therefor shall pal to the City Tax I'm on :My Way" to Clutter for all ,. -
when Governor (Broward was handling[ Collector for the use tie City the fee above What !
late 1 Want
old Three friends in some of Its carefully: dessed, would otherwise be and absolutely spotless. We,have nothing required herein to-wit: records "

the believed For Member House of Representative too tough for food. The meat is put but the best and soda. We For the first and original inspection of Want When I Want It.
I' perilous trips. said that be CHAS. M. COSTON.M. syrups have new such Installation and where electrical Ten :Mother 111 Be There" with a nwstyle
that unless the insurrection was putdown In the stew pan with a very little cold wires or apparatus are changed, or where
O. BAGGETT. electric fans to keep you cool and you additions are made thereto .for each -vICTOR.-
within a very short time :water not enough to cover It-and arc lamp one dollar; for each electric motor WE'VE GOT THE PEACHES A\L>

; operations would commence in 1 FOr'Tax Assessor then gradually heated. Remember, could not spend a better, pleasanter moment large or small'! one dollar: for each YOU GET THE CREAM.
certa'n! extent I : t T dynamo. one dollar; for each switchboard
United States to a -
the stews must never boiL When th else.HANNAH. We have ordered the factory to < :
the W. W. RICHARDS.: anywhere one doHar? for from one to ten incandescent
!He said that it was easy to evade i' meat is half done vegetables maybe lamps, one dollar: for from eleven us all these new type machines they
government and get out cargoes. Be 9 I to tI-ty Incandescent lamps, one supply and we want you to get its ,
For Tax ColIECtortJ. put in. dollar cents, for from twentv-
L out the fact that if the United: *
pointed six to fifty incandescent while they are here to be had.
S. ROBERTS. lamps, two dol-
far In BROS.
States government went too Ian; for from fifty-one to one hundred Ball with the wind, we will give a
suppressing any attempt to revive the Airing Linen I Incandescent- lamps, three dollars: for all the canvass you want.
; to .For County Treasurer: Linens should be given a thorough each additional one hundred incandescent -
It "irould ind'cate! clearly
;business New week and :P
& ED. WILLIAMS. Brent Building. 17 South Palafox St. lamps or fractional part thereof, TERMS-60 cents per
the world that her previous effort airing every now and then, most three dollars, and the same fees toaU be EDISON & VICTOR MACHINEa |lt'Of

: were not as effective' as they could thoroughly of aflof course, just aft- collected for inspecting Installations of and up.
:? and that a nation it For Members of School Board: electrical wires Installed with a view of
: as
have been. er they have come fromthe laun I f1lm1.ib1nCelectrlcaJ current to the DAILY CONCERTS.
-1 'couM not afford now to stamp its preoos dress. Plenty of light and air, as well .
such a light.However. .
< actions In ,
as soap and water are necessary to
anything ,
t no signs keep them In spotless condition, for '

comes come ton thekind and' to to A it that have. Hrtronger is unless not appeared likely condition the on tasorrectlon that the than it hori will:it For Member J. B.Board sloners ROBERTS.County: Comm: what in the the result occult laws will reason of physics tell only their some can own tell one tale-wise But I KIfl E1 liii i1i; 111 [ only SHI

has already assumed. JNO. A. MERRITT. airings are the ,best preventives of )
'I '
-' 'In the meantime every,scrap of la .JAS. M. ANDR.EwaH. freckles" and mold and mildew .

IformaUofl from the Island is being' ", _._- C. CLOPTON :

'14:" :,eagerJy: eougnt by people In Tampa I' _' "; JAB. R. STEWARD *ill: Read TEa Journal's'Want Ada. Equal to anw *|.oo preparation on the market.



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MORNING 4, 1906. (




Was that at by'OysterFORTYFIVE the President CAUSTIC POTASH EXPLODED I /fberatey..Struck' Belt-Contest.. His One Opponent of'the. : Best- Belowthe BURIED[ fRIEND' Business pended of All ..'I i':0 1:of

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IN LINE ). S. CRUISERON At the Works of -the Pensa Nelson Goldfield.deliberately. Nev.,.: & I unani .,

cola Tar and Turpentine the forty-second round ; butting em- ,

TUf'RlCKS: ( longest: fight seen in 'cheered Given fay Odd if :
Guns Boomed in Salute as Roosevelt Company Yes' were tired when the, was j. ,):

Gans was apparently battle, B 'l..:: .
Passed.COMMANDERINCHIEF terday.IT was way ahead on'- one. In };:i '
I Chicago Boy Confesses to >'j
smashed and cut broke his
Cruiser Boston-
'Reported to
fight without being an the BASEBALL f 'rr!
Shortly after the'fott Causing Death of Play-

OF AMERI. be Sinking. .o.ff.:Coast. of IS FEARED HE MAY _DIE AS the men' beg n'1111- the fight OLES AND Ii :. .';. ,

Washington.! and his arm down 'was \

SPECTATOR ON f- .L. ENTIRE BODY COVERED hit 'Gans below the looked like CARD WAS if.
Ing for a vital spot put f ..:
BRIDGE OF YACHT MAYFLOW ... . . 'BY: THE HOT POTASH WHET back his right arm' dozen oc-up Associated Press. OF BENNIE ; <
By Associated Press.Tacoma Chicago, Sept 3.-Robert Gordon. 11
vicious blow ,In blow
RECEPTION OF -OFFICER \IP9PES BURST. square any- years old. has confessed that he struck AND WJLLIE 'j
sank to his saved r
Wash., Sept. 3. negro Joseph Reed, 8 years old. with a brick ,
his'back. R and is
AND GALA LUNCHEON FOLLOWS on stunning him. and then buried him alive
hesitation, awarded.. 1
-A telephone message from i beneath a sidewalk in .front of hifather's : tAbor Day ed i.
REVIEW. Charles Morgan, a young man employed I .
home Z877 Archer avenue. The In Pensacola :
atthe works of the Pensacola \ :
Anacortes, Wash.:,--says the boy's body was found where Gordon ment offices ;
Tar and Turpentine Company is lying .
United States 'cruiser i Bos- at the Marine Hospital: in thig,city in avery said he bad buried it and Gordon was the day and at 1 ; j
By Associated Press. A. arrested. r.oon all
critical condition. as 'a result ol: MANY MISE
Oyster !Bay, Sept. 3.-Under skies The absence of the Reed boy was no and other places
that broke brilliantly blue before a I ton ran on. .the .rocks near scalds received at the plant yesterday ticed about 3 clock Saturday after their doors, and
morning about 10:30 o'clock when coil
gal Which blew to sea,the clouds and i a noon and search was begun for him toe afternoon to .
tcmpestous rains of the mornIng there to-night-and 'is sink- of pipe containing caustic POtash. ex. Gordon led the elder Reed through the ation.

Presttent Roosevelt today reviewed; ploded. His face and two-thirds of hia neighborhood for several hours, and WhIle _
body was covered and the skin and I R R I C'A 0 N there .
the most magnificent: naval fleet ever ing. flesh peeled from the body when be_was about 10 o'c:1ockJast night took bun tc cursions and
assembled under the American flag where the body was buried and assisted and around the -
brought to the city in the forenoon for
Forty-five of the most splendid types him In digging It up. When taken tc tainment of the at .j.!
cf fighting vessels afloat lay at anchci treatment. The clothing was' burned a police station Gordon confessed thai Palmetto ;

In three, long columns as the naval I IMP P R DIEM ENTS from the body and when he reached he enticed the boy to the basement tc lodges 01 Odd Beach
here the young man was suffering great
j-acht Mayflower passed up and down I the Reed home and mistreated him event with a

the Jones, the {President an applauding -agony. When he attempted to escape he strucl I and dance
The plant of the company is locatedat
spectators on the bridge. him on the head with the brick.: H< afternoon and -
the P. A road, and
Bohemia on &
The Mayflower's! Journey was made then buried him alive under the side fore midnight by
the explosion occurred just before the
emkl the continuous boom of saluting walk. probably the
AT WESTERN train from the east for Pensacola passed
cannon and gun- after .gun spoke: 01 When it arrived at that point a few Which Assembled to Enc there in the past t .

tie navy's honor to the commander stand being ",
momenta after the accident the
pn-chief of all Ant ricas: >t.Ungforees. : bleachers"
man 'was placed in one of the' cars and Session at
transferred to the ambulance when the crowd in the
The President had as his guests or :hundreds There IE '
UNION city was reached. '
the .Mayflower the secretary of the, the dancing as t
The caustic potash' is used in the dis '
and several other government of: dancing .
solution of the wood product for the
fcials members of the' Senate and and those
manufacture of tar and at the noOn.
House committees en naval affa'rs plant. It through a coil of pipes, By the sports en ; '
and naval attaches of eight powers ol and Morgan passes was standing directly in Boise Idaho Sept .3 a po_ ON W lSH'SlETTER manner.
the world. A. G. Assumes The crowds week.'Y
Crockett Chargeas front of one of these coils when the explosion thousand delegates ; topic of
After the parade of the Mayflower occurred sending the potash allover the states in the cir; early in the :

. the President received the commandIng Manager-To g r: Fit Up a him. to-day when the this is and train
officers of the fleet Then follow Congress assembled settlemen ed -
His almost burned
right eye was out.
.ed a gala luncheon. annual pension.Vicepresident. '. many extra cars a ... ,
Hew! Office while at every place on the body where t't ,
After hmcheon the President visited .. agree with thirty-minute 5C ,
the potash touched tbe fleJt was terribly
several snips of the-fleet and when -- hearty welcome and city and
.... burned.
he returned the Mayflower these, after 12
Every attention was given the injured roused to loud fox and
r.ew'1I"8s practically at an end although A. for .
G.'Crockett.Sormerly.manager man at the hospital Drs. Renshaw and Gooding referred to is un Program
the President and most of his the Western Union Telegraph Company Thigpen endeavoring to relieve his sufferings and his. efforts for attitude Says Letter to Chairman A baseball

guests remained en board to witne at Jackson, Tenn., and' Selma, but it is feared that he cannot States Senator objections tieth Company of '

the illumination of the fleet. AI!.,' arrived in the'city-last night to survive the terrible shock to his system, Fairbanks. : subject. Taggart is Unworthyof the Orioles, was

assume the management of the local and but little hope of his recovery Is Clifford. H. Pinchot on the program. so
Office Mr. Crockett comes to the entertained. chief of the forestry as to be finished

EXPLOSION ON city recommended as a highly profi nounced as the bearer. Ito band'was Notice.By the others a
cent; man he haying 'done a great President Roosevelt ; prov good one -

RUSSIAN deal at other points toward the improvement MILTON NEWS appeared merely as the joyed. It
CRUISERBy made an Associated Press.
of the telegraphic service senger .boy. The train Alexandria: .Miss., Sept. 3.-Porme: Orioles by the
The Selma Journal'of 31 has :In the one
( August heartily applauded.
with Judge Alton B. Parker was shown a
the following to say of .Mr. Crockett: OF INTEREST Vic -President copy of the letter written by Charle tween boys, .

Press. "A. G. Crockett local manager of the troduced and spoke at A. Walsh to Chairman Taggart of the ed the winner, : : '

London. Sept. 3.-Four men were killed Western Un'on: Telegraph office, has Democratic national committee. ID George Bonlfay
and eight seriously wounded to-day by been promoted to the managership' of which Walsh tendered his resignationa race and the
an explosion on the Russian armored 'Pensacola. Fla. Mr. Peacock of the Soeclal to The Journal. member of the committee. was awarded
I Milton, Sept. 3.-Mrs. R. T. McDavld ; a The a
cruiser which is Birmingham office wll likely succeedMr. t'i
being built at :Judge Parker read it very carefully
and daughter :Miss Maude of Montgomery THE E event
'the'.change will be laughable
the Vikers-Maxim Works at Brow. In- Crockett, and. and In reply to a request for his opInion -
fiammablf! ,gasses,, ignited by a naptha come effective at once. Mr Crocketthas Ala.. are visiting Mayor' E. .P. asked a question: Bonifay and
Mrs McDavld father. '
Honey, 'Mr. Arthur
lamp caused the explosion. done a great toward. improving ''What do think Is the meaningof
at in Camp Cobb, U. G. Vof Santa Rosa Atkinson were d
the service this point spiteof that Jetter!"
the fact that he encountered maay county held its regular monthly meeting Is not it possible to construe lady and .

INSANE WOMAN trying obstacles when he first took ;in the court house Saturday. The meet- STAff PIG Walsh's meaning to be that If Bryan The ,

charge. During his'eight months stay ; ing was a grit success! and was well becomes the nominee under the Democratic The feature of

HANGED HERSELF in this city he 1as"made.8. host of attended. standard he will be slavishly however and the
to him i Mr._John T. Stewart of Bagdad has I attracted the
friends who will regret see go the individual to corrupt
I moved from that place to Milton and is subserving acrobatic work of ;!
though glad of his boss control""Well
I corporations and '
located in his old residence He I Willie
now wife and
Crockett stated last, night to a ." replied! Judge Parker "you '
: has opened the Milton Cash House in red about 5
By Associated Press. Journal representative that theWest- such construction on what]
: right put .<
the store formerly occupied. IITs. J at a time when
Little Rock. Ark.. Sept. 3.-Yrs. Frank ern Undon will raise number: of sala 'Stewart is said in the letter if you wish to do!I
& Bro.
rafcgrove the local office at once and I want to! tad was greatly I If
who recently killed her bus- lies In GO. but I hardly feel
of Fisher & '
.: Miss Belle Roberts one : ham's work well
land and three children at Piggott Ark., procure a tery'able' corps of operators gmfy: Mr. Walsh's letter by constru
Go's sales ladies who has been : world's
aad then set fire to the house burning to handle the local business. They Those Who Will as the lIng It or making a formal statement.
I salaries of visiting friends in Montgomery, Ala 4(, both he and Mrs
the bodies, committed suicide to-day at only recently raised the home lastweek Really at this time it hardly seems
for several days returned Farine were f
the insane the messe.niers 'and'w1sh to employ while. .
asylum by hanging herself First worth .
lith a sheet.LABOR'DAY.. only the most,competent IncaMr of Pensacola's "What about the statements ha performance, .
I. '' oDHmendaeons Mrs. D. T. Williams who has been"summering" est order. }
Crockett also states that re<: rakes about Mr. Sheehan?
with her sister Mrs. A. M. beach especially
and .
have\ been: made approved During Coming "Judge Sheehan is my partner and
McMillan at :Magnolia Bluff, returned and were not
of ain
the fitting up
to thinks
I looking friend, and I know that if he exhibition of -
ndsome office In whIch the very latct Thursday afternoon. he letter is worthy of comment or
I facilities for handling ,Rev. W. T. Ellisor pastor of the Metho of speakng ng which was '
Improved he is quite capable
returned from Montgomery The executive staff of answer Dancing
AT SAVANNAHBy business will be :Installed. It is esU- list church has for himself."It _
the city
and where he. went to place his wife in house has been ; Although many
mated that the new office opera looks very much as If the Hearst!
& give an
equipment, including .a powerful stor an Infirmary. We are glad to learn iist shows them all i dependent league has won another when night
MA. Ellisor is improving rapidly yes- gained at the plt -
Associated Press. be operated I by dvnamo that ; of Walsh."
ag.v battery to ana will soon return. men, assur'ng the date of recruit in the person J icyed the <<2
Savannah Ga.. somethhfgOTcr $1,690
Sept cost
3.-Through will er management of of the
Dr." Dewberry of Pensacola was In until the last
crowded streets and cheering throngs the Part of the order for:the material tote triments during thus al-
professional the
this week on city.
town day
local deal-
members with
of organized labor in Savannah used will be placed staff is as follows: horses CHOWDER SUPPERAT The Odd avery
Paraded this morning in commemoration ers. 'He says that he and his company business. :Manager-J. M. Coe.Business animals stock
and returned large
of Mrs. J. A. 'Bryant
labor day. The parade was probably are making every effort to build npi t Manager -
to their home yesterday They cold lunches, but
the largest of its kind ever had here. the service to the.higher polnt.of effciecny TreaSurer-G. W. The Jour- POWELTONSpecial .
The rest have been on a visit to friends in Georgia er by many
day was generally observed as a and that the pub-lc may (Assistant date of
holiday.! greatly improved for some time. cipated and
aisured that Jt :win::Iw I Rua. for Sept. o'clock.
superintendent,! Mrs. Julia Harrison an old resident of before 8 .
assistant various
Crlchton. Ala.. is chief Usher- The event by
Milton, but now of
in the city, n -|
MANY INJURED' J. S. Cahrery, ia The here visiting friends and relatives.Mr. Stage Carpenter- to The Journal. slsted by the a
the transfer of. managers was not Powehon FTa. Sept. 3.-Mr. and
In as J. Frank'Smith the local, man success {! -f'
Vll be put ford.Assistant
new improvements. be the arm of Rhodes-Futch-Collins, Furniture Stage : the con- Mrs B. E. WMddon gave a delightful terminated: most
the.ol'1c* can .
IN COLLISIONBy soon as a lease for Co.,who haa been away on his vacation Schmitz. Let- Lab chowder supper Saturday evening occurring to mar
W. who wish few of their friends. Those
: has returned to his post Electrician-Ed. for a lay:
were re John Brewton, Mrs.
losed.MERICAN Clerk of the Court L. P. Golson. and Property Man-" present were
Associated Press. YACHT wife who have been to the mountains '('Leader of and re-, J. H. Mullins Miss Marye Wilson;

Peru, ind. Sept. 3.-Two traction cannaBhed have returned and report having had a -The house will to pre- ,' Misses Lena and Mary Mnllins, Miss the guest of ){1

together on the Fort Wayne and"abash : fine time. Friday night when to ; Ix>well7 and Mr. J. W. Lowe and MrS Mnllins- .

traction line on a steep bill WON' 1 HE RACEBy Mrs.' U. J; Blake an old resident of Fair"wUl appear, all Sept.ample M, C. LowelL Mr. Ollie

south of here this evening Eighteen Milton now of Caryville, was visiting rcght by *A unaw3l stock. Miss Corinne iPowell. of Evergreen, ed his mother .

r.rlOnl were' Injured but none fatal Wends and relatives In Milton last : Ala., and Mis Ola. Mullins of Mueco- Mr. John t
I are meet- gee, visited! their cousins Misses Lena: fined to his room .

RETURNS FROM THE Associated Press. I week.Miss Carrie Mohr .a trained nurse WELL t. and'of the in- and ,May re Mullins. last week. able to be out
Mrs. T. H. Bayeur, of Mos- of his (
BRYAN Marblehead. Maas. Sept S. In to from Mobile who has been with Mrs. W. and on a Mr. and many ;'
RECEPTIONJ. : Rooeevelt cup, the .her nines has Dcgee visited Mrs..J.H.MuUlns Sun- Mr. and Mrs
: .
day's race for the J. Williams. Sr. during DIED ON than first *,,
train No
American Auk won. Vim second Mr Williams hav- day on
Simpson Reese has returned yacht third. returned to Mobile started ay.MIsses Mary and-Florence White. of after a visit? of
from German 71Lcht'Wannsee' recovered to. dispense
and the tag sufficiently
New York I
city where he attended : Ptnsacoia. visited Miss Mary Wilson :Mrs. Low! Mrs
the' great Bryan reception and Time'of the Auk was.1:51:45. with, her services. Stndaylast. Mls Della i 1. i
heard and Milton baseball as soon
Mr. The Bagdad By
Bryan's Madison Square'Garden Mr. Gasque Lowell spent Sunday visiting friends
: the local 3T
bats Sept. the
team will cross on New York. I '
speech. TRANSPORTCANNOT with home fo'ks. Mrs J. H }[
Mr. Reese' u. s. diamond Tuesday afternoon, and a good Newport today8 the date ,
says the demonstration Mr. Cecil Wilson is spending a few tare In a week
sea the most remarkable thing ol J the same is expected. Our boys are_ getting richs; New York readiness. *:aye with his mother this week. Ala., where they
k'nd he .BE. SAVED enthusiastic over baseball and they Jerman Lloyd ar'91
has'ever witnessed and the in _The friends of Mr. C. G. Wilson :Linre '
with the John
great commoner's address was worth I IIOlng ave arranged a game formerly prominent glad to learn that be U able to be out Mr. John ) I
for next the steamer
: WhIte Store team of Pensacola in board He will :
across the Continent to hear : is to fter an illness of several !
Mr. Bryan looks older, said Mr.I Friday the game to. be played In Pen- ler Grosse. which details near S. B. Sharp and Mr. Dees of..nd two sisters .
Associated Milton boys have been tryIng No ?, '
1eeSe, than when he was In Pensaco'a -! By Press.Washington. The to-morrow. he died |) aids were Alabama visited friends here Sunday. "Little Joe" '
'a 1898. but he still possesses the' Sept'L.Dispatches today for some 'time to get a game with I reported that while Miss Rosa Gibson: of Pine Barren visiting his J.1L .

tame fascinating smile and his voice. I from:_ Honolulu: indicate 'that the some Pensacola team and we hope this I Saturday night irriTed 00?No. 1- this eyeabg.and Js ;Mullins. this :

>.a as clear an.4 distinct ha'.(bell I I transport Sheridan; cannot_ be saved. same:: will to played.' couatry. I


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If you get them from our.mammoth And It is Now Thought that the

stock. They were boughtby i .
Fishing Schooner( Can

us with the one idea of pleaS- Be Saved., ;. -: \

: ing our customers. They're: i ii i For "common beer usually. l -will. buy

black blue and fancies- Divers in the employ of Warren &. '

pattern, you might mention any, is smack Co. are Halcyon now at sunk East some Pass,days wher-i ClU' Schlitz beer, if you ask for. it. The purity

removing the ballast from that
here and the :prices run from I I and from reports received yesterday

from ,that point It is believed that the nothing it..costs. _us more than
$2.50 to $6.00. I ] :;. :costs you yet ;
: schooner. "which! is now resting: ,on a
rt'E'f. will be floated by the middle of q "
the week, and possibly!:: be in Pensala n half the cost of our brewing.. :; \

by Saturday nndargp'iirepairs.. : .
The steamer Florida y'which: wentto r -?. **"f "
the assistance: of,the smsck during ">

the latter portion of last week; couH
z THE JOHN WHITE STORE do nothing with her. Several efforts healthfulness freedom
were made to tow her from her position Purity means

_ but she was too deeply hnbel- ,..-
ded in the sand to fee":moved without .
Specialists in Men's and possible injury, and after
Boys' Wear remaining from It means a clean beer filtered
there for some time the Florida returned germs. ,
to port leaving: divers there to \
Phone 225 205-207 S.' PAUFOXBOSSO'S remove the fifteen tons of ballast I
Yesterday she was sent back to the and sterilized. It beer-:
means an aged
place as considerable if not all of '
l-":-. the ballast will be out by thin morning
and another effort will be made to
float the Halcyon. i until it biliousness.
__ aged cannot cause "
; BASEBALL Although the smack has neen en a .
s. reef and in a very exposed position
she does not show any: great damage .
K w Ice I Cream Factory and it Is thought that! she. can easily That is what
p GAMES. be repaired if the Florida .can. float ..
can nay League. her., Ask for the Brewery BottKng.

,' guaranteed. Rock 8. A. It. and P. M. Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz. S hIb

SAM 2. Here Is an excellent catch: Ingenu- To avoid being imposed upon, see that. the cork or crown is branded C eermeans
ously ask any friend or acquaintance,
w League. the meaning of a. m. and p. m. You
-1. will receive some: such answer as,
: Ice Coal : lcag ; 3. "Why, morning and afternoon," or "Be- .
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dinner and after dinner or Tp
League. to 12 o'clock,high noon and after 12
} Okun. 1.,8. high noon" or "From midnight to noon .j to you. '
Delivered and from noon'to midnight" or "Ante
-- meridian and post meridian before and s
f: : city. We GAMES. after noon" 1 1 Is a conservative wager
any' League. that every one to whom the question is
is' 4. put will stake his ..happiness on the
4:. ,, ,' Orleans 3, first word meridian, while the correct wordis
'.' 363. meridiem. Ante meridiem and post ..
Orleans 1, sec meridiem are abbreviated to a. m. and ,"
't!. p.m. Phone 18 ..
: 0. :The Lewis ,Bear Co. .'"*
ir E. G. : Rock 0. Main _and Palafax Sfs.J PensacolaHE4VY :.
At the Wrong Counter. ,
::1: 26 N. The who went to the book : .'
lady department -
.. .., : League.
) " 2, first innings gapie. : for of"Crabbe's a big modern Tales"store was and told inquired The .<
i deer
t Marine rain. that fish and provisions were on the \
0, first game. ground floor.-Boston Herald.A .
J. 604, 605 : 4,' second: I ,
t ? Deadly Weapon.The :>> .,
2. gentle wave of a, lace edged
l; V. J. ag e season closed handkerchief has carried more p:>or't I Thatf' Milwaukee F .rnous.

t? We carry a fellows to their doom than the mighty I

li Domestic,, breakers of the sea.-Ex hange. .
lit League. L ..._.. __
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*' Fresh stock : gton 6. Reprove thy friend privately, com 1
t. jh-st 'received. 3 : 3, first; .Fair TVarnlnsr. I
... mend him publicly.-Solon. / RECEIPTS m c6
An old time English barrister was DRINK BOTTLED
3, forfeit-
John Williams, a sarcastic wit and a ,
Florida: OF RED SNAPPERS bachelor with an intense prejudice
nis 5, first
t game. IF YOU DELAY against marriage.' His clerk one day o 0'
'5-/second game. f
asked him for a holiday to married
LAND { : '
I : 4. TOO LONGin FIVE SM-ACKS ARRIVED YESTERDAY and some months afterward, oil O d O a'(3 )
.1 ){ League. entering,his chambers Williams found Q k
:;t, and ; ) '10. obtaining a bottle of Hostetter's FROM FISHING GROUNDS his dead body suspended from the .Q s Q v.
LUMBER Stomach Bitters when the Stomach door. He engaged another clerk and
0, first I
game. WITH 7,500 SNAPPERS.. m" mo
:cago'7. first game only prolong your suffering. Get it the clerk replied. but thinking that Williams =
;t 0 0 Before drinking, see that
F MEN ARE 5, second to-day. h would regard marriage as a you
BY inning. Several fishing vessels returned to guarantee of steadiness he added, "butI
incomes are Hosteller'sSlomach o 0 the GENUIN: A word
1. get
; port yesterday fromhe fishing am going to be. "Very well" replied -
protected debts ) grounds, and the receipts: of red snappers -
Williams "but understand thIs-
i'- ed Remedy Acts Bittershas were beaver than any day for when you hang yourself don't do it o h 0 to the wise is sufficient
( fi
ts Plan. several months. The total receipts at "
t' and been "the here!
fralue pronounced perfectmedicine"
the fish house of Saunders & Co., was
, Ua'THE .." :medicines Chamberlain's are : by thousands of grateful 7,500. All of the fish were large ones 'Fixing Her Face. Hygeia Bottling Works
and more- 53
? people during its years' experience.
and most of the vessels will
up She started recoiled and then lent ,
ter your death. on. this plan. Take It cureslndigestion, Dyspepsia, Cos-
good shares. The largest war
; pge and address.KNOWLES a coM and it wiil tiveness Female Ills .Cr Malarial Fe. anxiously nearer her mirror.
MORNING made by the Ruth A. Welles 2,500. 124E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
= "
; r J Te tha lungs, ver. "A wrinkle, as I'm alive! she ex
I the secretions The vessels arriving and their catches claimed.
'' -a were as follows:
, the sys- She was: of a bouyant temper how-
condition.: Thou- Minnie V. 1.50U '"
to Its superior Pnscilla. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1,500 ever."I '
R : any ten Favcrit .. ... .. ... ... ._ .. ..' 1,000(}) suppose I'll have to put a good D.ON'T'FREEZE i
result in pneu- THE Ruth A. Welles .. .. .... .. ..' 2500 face on it," she said, reaching forthwith
eDt$. Large size Lottie Haskins( ... .. .- '.. .. .. 1,000 for the necessary materIals.-
Men by all druggists. Puck. According to"old timers the winter 1906-7 will

r t .-Suddenly. LITTLEMINISTER 7.509TOD AB Economical Ma e-. be an exceptionally cold one. Prepare for it now by

: lo wan, fell at I, Short-I say, old man, will you lend placing your order. .
i l and DeVlllIer Without Horae. or Wheel me$5 for an hour? Long-Xo. Go and
| and expired The town of Funcbal, in tbe Madeira sit in the park for an hour; then ;you COAL AT SUMMER PRICES
X Death was due to islands, is a town with no horses won't need it"-Chicago News.
and no wheeled Tehl les. In traveling Special for September and October delivery.

: 'P. about one either drives in a sledge or i, Broken English. We handle all the best grades, such as Jellico Galla-
for their 13; K. of CIGAR is carried in a hammock. The streets Teacher-Wcat are the parts of
Alabama etc. Get our prices before
IT' work In the, and adjacent roads are paved with speech? Tommy Tucker-It's-It's whena way placing
'pearance 'night on three 1 small and curiously smooth cobblestones man stutters-Chicago Tribune.Wjt your,orders elsewhere.
I : on the
,the ; will report and The Cigar orv'v'Duality and from the first It was found
beautiful build- that runners were better than wheels
I the prices cl
I ..and visiting "The cannot all both for speed and comfort For instance
sell We meei -fopl when you come to a hill the STRATTON ICE WORKS 1 t
r; ;
, the all the time"that's ,
chock I fans. people oxen'{ draw your sled to the ,top and /1' .. v
Iy the reason why so are then unhitched. Your driver then II. ; I Box 136: Phones 59 6 259. J. R. KELLAR M&na'ger.
goodness '.
School. brands of ,cigars proceeds to toboggan your conn"yaneegentll = I
'will her prl- many
is kept down the other side while the :
and winter Mon
;( :
in the lime
her residence No. spring light team trots on behind. Horses are not : .
usually desirous'of and then back into ob available in Funchal, as the nature of :;t..N..................... .......N.N...+.....++*+

a. in' school new grade will find be- livion. The Little Minister '' the cobblestone roads would soon ruin started all rightand I

: are date so\ ., Night'during SE'ptU.pupils Octo-. Cigar sails on its merits I' bis.their flexible feet. hoof This Is is the why draft the animal ox:, with of' "All luckily on account for Jack of it Vulcanite ended:; all right," too. Ii The Greatest Summer Comfort I f

,and is becoming ,more FunchaL For expeditions into the
:_ as to and more popular country the hammock is used.- This Is "Vulcanite" .
every For the
of '. the shoul- i Home
sions !
Union No. slung on a pole carried on Roofing "
C call for
day. People
Sept. I. By tE
ders of two men, and is perhaps
;_ every: B. C. J. of A. is the only roof covering that makes
.. BVRRES. Pres. them because:they'are most comfortable conveyance, in the economical building possible.;. 'It : Y L
Bus. Agent Price 5 world-no Jar and no need,to guide It. 2 ''
good. cents. Is'undoubtedly'a: and :
puts a roof on your house that not only gas range .gas water
C. *: J, of A. AT- -- --,. Inch costs a trifle but i heater m'the: kitchen. The fire' is always : J
The \ J
.. it looks,lasts andi
to attend J t Badnec mates
10. Bust- a,test laid the water always hot. :
Sept. Father-That kid ought to hare a $better than an

.. .. ..N.. ..... spanking! He'g altogether too precocious others. 1 I.I .
'H. 0. Rec. Sec Lewis Bear Co ; knows#more than I do! Moth- You4oll'ihant. .

e. er-But, dear I wouldn't.sail that pre- :

CASH .- owners 'nor Wholesale Dealers cocious.-Detroit Free Press. i ; \ for send It ont either of town; it 'i Pensacola Gas Company i h

:Dr58,: Kirmwood is for sale rights .
CENT.. for.debts contract Pensacola Fla.,' Only the Illiterate and the social elect here la town by 2., Phone"148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street j ,\ ,"f
said vessel. Mr. I can afford to treat.the language, reck- I

; Master consignee F !lessly.Brainerd.A A. M.. Avery Hardware Co. .. .. ..!, _.!.t!, ...........................N.101N4 4 a b:

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-Thousands Each Day Who Are Looking: for. Bargains ''J

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McMillan Bros. C*. ,,: .. : lif; ::
LIStEN Name. -- dc
TO US 'Description. 1. ,
for .
We are agents the famous; Fairbank's Gasoline Engines m 01 c J "

which are noted for their simplicity In operation, small 'consumption .s: 1 n w a t'v

r, of fuel and durability We have them in' &U sizes. See .:. '." i I' if E t t i ..

We have the largest delivery system of any ice one on exhibition at our place. to Ct; a I j.\ f '
L,'Boley............ .....Lots T. U and 12 Block t
in the city and want business. Our tele- 51. West KIng .;
factory your BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY CO. & Ttact..f .. ... %
F. Da r 1 5S 1vfdSOft. 1\
'. ...;.... 'Block ..rWestKtDg .
phone number is 232. Ring us up. You will find JOHN MASSEY. JACKSON BRANDON. W. T. BIDWELL. F. ,Ella Clinch.:...,.,...Lots 18 to 16, Block U, West Tract King. .. 196 ,ri.: ,

our prices as low as it is possible to make them! .HQBIVE.: ALABAMA. PHONE 570. 205 S. BAYLEN STREET.Delinquent L. ;J. ;Johnson...........lots Tract.U. and".li" Block.. .. .55. ," West"King.. 2 38 } .\. ...

Tract.. .. .. .. .. t
Jacksonville the of ice L, "" J 3S
In large Washington.
consumers ,
get ,.Lots U to 15' Block> 5i. West King j '.

the low prices and: the small consumers "get it in! the L..J. Johnson... .......Lots TrrACt.IS. ind"l7., B1odt"ssl'wea't, King a 91. .

neck" by paying big prices. The 'solicitor Taxes. Jno. Sunday.. Lot .. .. .. .. ". ." ... .. .. 11C if
county City ..... ..... 1 northwest corner Rb. dlY. of Nw4 ..

here says we must adopt the Jacksonville schedule; SHIPPING NEWS (Continued From Page Two.) Er...E. DePanghn.........Lot Block 3. 66-going West east King, sub.Tract. div..of NwU.. 1 26Block >- '

that would mean a cut of 5c to lOc perhundred to rl, L.,,J. Johnson.Lot 4 going 56. West east King, .of.. Nw.. .%. C S3 .' .

the Big Fellow and a raise of lOc per hundred to"the -Cleared.Elizabeth McDavid-Hyer n-.......East Block 30 i6 feet. West of west King 60 feet Tract or.north 110 7. Ii 65 '. tl

small consumer. As 'nine-tenths of the people in : Ger. ss, Kier, 1287 for Nam C Description. feet Tract of N. ,. Block 56, West King : .

this city buy in small quantities, we intend to, pro- ''F1 ten bura with Sailed.1.633.S09 s ft lumber.. P o /- lit a: =0' Isaac.... N. Fair....,.......South 10 EOfeVt; Block Vf north 6' West 110 feet ;of"east 1 65 :i i : i
KIng Tract !
feetSef 428 ".
tect them just as long as possible. Queenswood Br. ss,- for Grange- m! E-t 0 P:; < Tony,. Gibbs.All Block 56, Weet Kin t Tract to U .and. 23, i.. 1. i

"aouth. Unknown...... .........Lots 3 and 4 and 24. Block 117, East .:,.L. & Say. Asa'n....Weat 40 feet of Sw% Block 67, Vest 5 41 n' .f '

Moore Ice King Tract.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 96 King .. .. .. 4S3 s '.
The CompanyFactory Unknown.... .............Lots 19 to 24 and frac. 18, Block 150, C. McAuley, ..............West 100 feet of Nwtf Block 57. West z
I VESSELS IN PORT. East King Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 lIS King Tract.. .. .. .. .? 973 :- t I
Corner Garden and Manresa Streets Estate A.. McGee.\V 108 feet of southwest corner of Unknown..,...._.......Er. ;t 50 feet of Vest !90 feet of Ne' "! .
Steamships.Darwin i. Romana and Cevallos, Block 1, New Block 67, West King Tract.. .. .. .. 1 73 l'
P 0 Box 422 Phone 232 I City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... I 35 J. W. Hyer..............I.ots 6to 7' BlocK 68' West King! Tract 213 .:..! s:
Br PwM 1290 Montevideo 1 55 BenJ. Hlton.! ....... .....jars 3 to 8, Block .
ss, Unknown ........ ....Lot 8. Block 5, New City.. .. .... .. 59. West King Tract 4 65 -
; to order.Elizabeth Rerta Nelson..... ......Lot 9. Block 6. New City.. .. .. .. b I; 01 BepJ. Hilton,.,.,. .,.....Lots 11 to 1:, Block 69, West King i .''
1287 Unknown...... .........Lot 6. Block 7, New City.. .. .. .. ."I'- 5 01 Tract.. .. ". .. .. 230 .
r'sa.. Kier I Sallie Moore..............Lot 14. Block 7, New City .. .. .. ..' 9S BenJ. Hilton..,.Lots 16 to "iaBl'ock 69, "w" V King i' .; -
Swakopmund to the W. S. Keyser Co Susan Rlyers..Lots 5. 6. 7 and part of 8. Block 9. Newi Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ." .. ". 363 t a1s
Brooks. ....... :
I .... .. 5 41 L..E. ..Lots and U, Block
JCennnood, Br s?. Gulloch 2358: City 60' West King 1'G
: i
I : 3i\w : : :: 1 55 Tract.
Estate J. Herrington..Lot 7. Block City.. .< '. 823 :
r Tamplco to the "W. S. Keyser Co. i Kate Kelly................North part of Lots It to IS, Block 13, H. Williams...LolSa"n'd"li( Block 63, .'eKing r ;
Nonesuch, Br es, Alston, 2443, Rosaro f New City .. .. .. .. .. .; ... .... E 41 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ". '. .. .. .. 1: 33 s ,
Walter Moore... .. ..
to Gulf Transit Co. Mrs. G. Everitt.........SOuth part of Lots ;14 and 16, ..Lots 9 and 10. Block 64West Ktog9andlo" .'
Neville 1694 Block 13. New City .. .. .. .. .. .. 1. ,S Tract. .. .. .. .. 2 IS ; .
' Br ss Wm. Fisher.........
j Queenswood N. C. M'l\llI1an..Lot 17, Block 13. New City.. .. .. .. 1 b5 Block 63"wWt King .
Savannah to the William S. KeyserOo. 'N. a MCMUian..Lot 4. Block 15, New City.. .. .. '.. ..: 3 E9 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. 1 65
.. G 16 L. Boley.................. to 1Lo Block Va'wWt"King S
You Can .- L. E. Brooks..... .. .Lot 7, Block 15, New City.. .. XTract :
Deposit Br Johnson 'W. M. Duffle..............Lot 3, Block 18, New City.. :. .. .. 1 386 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 196
; Thomas TVayman. ss, Pleasant Brya.nt..Lot 8, Block 18. New City. .. .. .. ..' ", 1 5 .Jno. Sunday................. tl 3, Block 85. West KIng! Tract.:! .: 274
.. : 1414, St. Michael's to Blx JT. Robinson. .....,.... Lot 6, Block 21. New City '. ... W L. Boley.... ..,. .........LoU 14 to 18, Block 85, West KIng : I
i, Toleshy Br ss, Owens, 2662, Santos Wm. Williams.., :::::::Lot 3. Block 22, New City:. :. :. .. I 5; 01 Unknown. ... Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '* .. 2 :8 ..
Your Will : to order. J. B. Syh.ant..S% of Lot 6, Block 24 New City.. .. .. 10 'l7 .Lot 3."Block 33, West King Tract.. .. 5' z
A. B. Pettiway...........East 8 feet of 4 and west 30 feet of. 5. Dempsy Gamlin.Lots 5 to 11, Block: 93, West King
I Ships. Block 26. New City.... i... ...... 14 05 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 127 .
: Aranti Nor ship Anderson 1648 L. Williams..............South 53 feet of 10 and of east 24 feet Lee Danlell.Lots 12. 14 and 17. Block 33, West King J
t .. ... :.. 2 S3 Tt-act. ._ .. .
I London to order. of 9. Block %6. New City : 1 39 '
iAswell; as your Deeds Insurance Pbl- t 'P. Perry..................Ntt of south 75 feet of Wm. Lee CaldweH.Lot's,"Block H'west King T'racV.Y". 274 .
Lisbon north103kfeet ... ... .
(FVwTelsa Port ship Barros 506, : of 10 and of east half Unknown .,. ....Lot 13 to 15. Block ", West King .
ides' and other valuable papers in our I to master New City. .. ... .. ..O.. ..B.. .. .: 681 Tract.. .. 1 03 ti
Lena Ital ship Tassara. 1581; London -i W. S. Norman...........East 16 feet of 4 and all5,. Block B. M. and A. Betta. ...Lots 7 and 5'Block.. 111, w"et"IOng 4
safety deposit vaults where yourself i New City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 24 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. ,. ..I.. .. 111 '
to order. Jas.; ;Johnson..............Lot 6, Block 35, New City.. ,. .. ., 1 Ut J. Banks..,.West' 50 feet of 18 to %%. Block 116.
Barks. E. M. Tharp..............Lot 6, Block 16, New City.. ,., .. .. .. 71 it \ i
or authorized parties can easily place i I I bk Srensen 1332 I Mrs E. H. Smith..Lot 3, Block 40, New City .. .. 3 86 .
AlfhiW Swed ::::::::: : : .
F. R Haperman. Frac. Lots 4 to 6. Block 40 New City. 4 41 .. .. 4 70
their hands on them men desired.There's Durban to 'master. i Virginia E. W&lker..Lot 1 and west 24 feet of 2;' Block 4*. W. E.-Mackey....Lot 19. Block 119. West King Tract... 274
I Andrea Nor bk, Quale 1.14. Durbanto .New City.. .. .. .. .. ..... ..8 87 Ceasar Marshall........Eat 60 feet of 13 to 17, Block 122, West cry
t I Corrine Jordan............S% of 6 to 10, Block 43. New City.. .. 732 King Tract .. .. 1 00 .1
No Better Place Than One master. .r. O. Jennings..:.........South 76 feet of 5. Block 44. New City 6 01 Lee Danlell......Lou 18 to 20, and north 90 feet of 23.
I Mona, Nor bk Pedersen. 1028 to i Pensacola Building and Block 122, West King Tract. .. .. .: 1 11 'II
of Our Safety Deposit Boxes. oder. ..Industral Association...Lots 4 to 8. Block 59. New City.. .. .. 18 09 Unknown.... ............FracU Block 127, West King Tract.. 5 51 > ..
VI Swed bk Burgfeldt 1260 W. A. Blount............Lots 18 to 20. Block 75, New City.. .. 3 17 A. A. Fisher.............Fracfl Block 135 West King Tract... 118
Noach E. Griffin................Lot 13. Block 82, New City. .. .. .. 271 Mary A. Stone..........All of Block 140. West King Tract.... 2 74 "
Port Natal to order. H. H. McClelland.........East 32% feet of 4, and west 33 feet of Wm. Smith.S of Block 141, West King Tract.... 1 18
Olivari. Ital bk,'Costa, Genoa to or 6, Block 83, New City.. .. :. .. .. .. 12 33 L .' of Block 142. West King Tract.... 1 9S
Miss M. L. SulIlvan..Lot %0. Block 85. New City.. .. .. .. 75 K. A. Gamlin... >4 of Block 147. West King Tract.. 79
der. Mrs. P. M. Lewis.... ....Lots ( and 7. Block 86 New City.. .. 31 52 A. A. Fisher..Sw\i .of Block 141. West King Tract.. 79
Paollaa Itak bk. Siccardi 1198to' A. P. Watson.... ....,..Lots 1 to 3. Block S7. New City.. .. .. 14 23: Monterey Johnson.. ,...,..Nw 4' of,Block 148, West King Tract.. 79
G-raoa master.. H. P. Shipman.........:..Lot 16, Block 87. New City.. .. .. .. 8 47 R. A. Gamlin.Sw1 'of Block 148 West King Tract.. 79
Nor bk Ulich 1934 Ant W. S. Norman..........Lots 6 to 10. Block 91. New City.. .. '. 9 62 .' Fraa. Ne% Block 149. West King Tract 63
FIRST N'ATIQNALBANK Superb. Mrs. E. Wiselogel.........Lots 18 tf 20, Block 93. New City.. .. 6 59 \V< H. feoott.........W$ of Block 166 West King Tract.. 103 J ,
irerp to A- Zelius & Co. Estate L H..Sodgers.....Lots 6 and 7 and 14 and 15, and west Estate M. P_.Jaudon,....TlJof Frac., Block 171 West King
Thomas. Ital bk Maresa, 603 Naples half of 8 and 13. Block 89, New City G 66 .. ,. ,. .. 1 19
Silas Powers........... Block
to master. R. W.Sublett.Lots 16 and 17. Block 103. New City.. 841 I ot 4. 10, Dallas Tract... .. .. .. 63
OF PENSACOLA. FLA. F. J.. Bell....;..;;:.......Lots 6 and 6 and 15 and 16. Block 104. Estate. Eggart......Los 1 to 3 and west 8 feet of 6. Block
Schooners New City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 02 '21. Dallas (' 1 96
Designated Depositary of the United States. Asa T StowelI.Am sch. Thompson, Geo. ,, ReeseLTr.........Lots 9 and 10 Block 104. New City.. 5 01 G. A. Eggart.,.,Lots J and 8. Block 21, Dallas Tract.. 4 30
3-15. Philadelphia to Gary .& Co. Geo. W. Reese Tr*......Lots 11 and 1%. Block 104. New City.. 501 Silas Powers.Lots and 6: Block 34, Dallas Tract.. 87 :-
w.B.X.oWL-.Prea. W.K.Hra.J&, P.Pre.. and CuUvr. J. R.Caro..Ui. ,.....Lots 17 and 18 Block 104. New City.. 1'169 Estate M. A. Caro.Lot 8, Block 38, Dallas Tract.. .. .. .. 63 '
T. W,Ban and W.N.KO..RTS, Aat.Cashier ,Donna Christina, Am sen, .11cLeod. Vlaryo. Tate.V.. ..:....Lots 3 ana 6. Block 105 New City.. -. 7 32 Unknown... ......,..,..South 30 feet of 4, Block 52 Dallas
Dn. l'O' >>--J'.o.b'ea-. A. Bloont. W. H. .Knowlei. -W. E. flyer Jr 165. Belize to master. L. E. Brooks..... ......Lot 6 and west half of 7. Block 108, Tract 96
D. Q. Breal. Hjaimar Am ech Axelsen, 55 Tampa : --X' New City.. .. .. .. .. .. ..- .. .. .. 4 26 J. F. O. Shaughnessy.Lots 1 and 2, Block 55, Dallas Tract.. 87
R. F. Mosely..............Lot 13 and west half of 12. Block 125t Unknown... ............Lou 2 to 4, Block 73. Dallas Tract.... 1 10
to order.PENSACOLA. New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 53 Hall et. al. of Block 17, Pettersen Addition.. 79
T. J. Butler,.............Lot 17 and 18. Block 125. New City... 8 47 Hall et. al.,..A1I of Blocks 69 and 70, Pettersen Ad. x
t C. Carlsen..............Lot 19, Block 125. New City.. .. .. .. 6 16 dltion .' .. 1 58 .
I B. H. Burton.............E% of 13 and all 11 and 12 Block 127. Thos. Hannah..;. .......All of Block 71, Pettersen Addition.. 79
: New City.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -.. 18 09 Hall. et. si........All of Block .7Z. Pettersen Addition.. 79 ':
c.W. LAMAR President .JOHN PFEIFFER, Assistant Cas""' .. ELECTRIC TERMINAL C. A. D'Alemberte..L of 11. Block 128. New City.. .; :.' .. 1 55 Hall, etal.,,.A11 of Blocks 78 and a. Pettersen Ad ,
M.E.ClARK.( Ylce-!residen\and Cashier. J.W.A DREWS. Assistant Cashiar.' Delia Renza..Lots 12 and 13.. Block 128 New City.. 8 47 dition. .. .. .. .. 1 69 .
? RAILWAY COMPANY. C.- F.-L.' BoelO-tr.Oots; 11 'and 12v Block: I2<>, New City.; :. 15 3$ Hall. et. .. .All.tlf Block 92. Pettersen Addition.. 79 :
C. E. WiprlnsTll i........Lot II, Block 129. New City.. .. ,. .. I 847 W. L. Morgan.....vrLot 8, Block 103, Pettersen Addition.. 60
Scott M. LoftinLot. 11, Block 130. New City.. .. .. .. 6 16 Mrs. 'H. J. McBiide..Lots 10 and 11. Block 103, Pettersen .
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Summer Week ScheduleSteamTrain Wm. Fisher.ISr....'....:.Lot 12 BIcok 130 New City.. ,,. .. .. 1 55! Addition 119 .
Day B. L. Ledbetter..4.,'.....Lot. 4, Block 132, New City .. ...; .... 616 Frank :Langley.. ......Si, of Lots 4, 5and 6, Block 105, Pet- '
Pensacola Land and ter en Addition .v .. 1 19 '.
'OF PENSACOLA, 'fl*. and Car Schedule Improvement Conspany.LoU 1 to 5, Block 138, New City... : f 56 A. T. Bob ...........-,Lots 1 to 2,- southwest corner Caro
Effective June 19.1m. Pensacola Land and avenue and 1st street Block 109 Pet t
Opera House Building. Improvement Company.All of Block 139, New City.. .. .. :... 23 85 tersen Addition ,647S
Pehsacola Benevolent Mrs. M. :M. Caro... ,....50 feet west front adjoining Apple-
Between 'lation..Lots 19 and 20, Block 147,'New burg's 6 feet
Pensacola and Big Bayou.Lv. City. 6 56 going south. Pettersen.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Pensacola. Lv. Lee Dan1en. ..a...'.;..,Lot 11 and east half of 12, Block Iii!, Addition .. .. ... 39 2 SO 10
Big Bayou. New City.. .. .. .. .. ..-.. .. .. .. 772 Pensacola Investment
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. 6 a.m. 9 !tpm. 6:20 10:30 p.m Jno. Golds tucker..........Lot 13 and west half of 12,Block 151, Company..5 acres as per deed Book No. 27 page .
7 a.m. 10 p.m. 7:30 .11:30 p.m NeW City.. .. .. .. .. .. :. .. .. ?. 6 56 372 Patterson Addition 39 2 SO 22S
DIRECTORS. 8 ajn. 11 p.m.8:30: Kate Wilson.Lot 8, Block 154 New City .. .. .... 8 47 Wm. Fisher....LoU 1 to 3, Frac. east of Don St., and
Lee Danlell..............Lot 9, Block 154. New City.. .. .. .. 1 55 west of Don line. Block 3. Maxent
Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner a.m. 9:30 R. Gordon..... .........Lots 10 to 16. Block 163 New City.. .. 2 63 Don No. .. 2 79
10 a.m. 10:30 Pensacola Land and Wm Fisher Tr.West 150 feet of Lot 16, Block t, Mas-
J. r-t. Pfeiffer, W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, 11 a.m. 11:30 Improvement Company.Lots 1 to S and 16 to 20, Block 164 ent Tract Don numbering 2 ce

Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, 12 noon 12 New City. .. .. .. ... .. .. ., .. .. 6 10 Whitfield Dupont..Lots 6 and 7. Block 7. Maxent Dm. No. 714tk
A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura : pm Pensacola Land and L. 10 feet of 27 and all of 28, Block
i 1 p.m. 1:30 Improvement Company.Lots 6 to 15. Block 164, New City.. .. 4 70 10, Maxent 4 r
W. L Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerting 2 p.m. %:'0 Pensacola Land and C .W .J'ohnson..E\St 125 feet of 33 and of south :22K!
Alex McGowin, C. M* Covlngton, _M. E. Clark. 3pm. Improvement Company.All of Block 167, New City.. .. .. .. 8 5S feet of 23. Block 10. Maxent Tract.. 1463
3:30 W. H. Knowles.All: of Block l 173, New City.. .. .. .. 17 69 A. A. Fisher. 125 feet of Lot 1 and of south 11
eltty 6elcsittexes for rent at lUG, }UO and $S.cG the year rrivate -apartmentin 3:30 p.m. 4:00: L. S. Howe.............Lots 11 to 17. Block 187 New City.. .. 6 ie feet of 2 Block 13. Maxent Tract.... 775
4 p.m. 4:30 C. E. McArthur.... .....Lots 1 and 2. Block 193 New City.... 3 2X! J. M. BuDard...,....North 60 feet of 9, all of 15 and north
connection for the convenience of customers. 4:30 Louis Wiselogal... .....Lot 8, Block 193 New City.. .. .. .. 188 10 feet of 16, Block 14, Maxent Tract. 772
p.m. 5:00 J. W. Lusk..............E4} of t! 16 to 20. Wm. Fisher. Tr..North 50 feet of 9 and north 10 feet
Four per cent interest Paid on Time Deposits.L 6:00 p.m. 6:25 Block 11r.dmfJitt ;. .. .: 36 21 of 15. Block 14. Maxent Tract.. .. 1 72:
5:25 p.m 6:00 C. T. Cottrefl..........Lots 3 and 4. Block 193 New City.... 11 9J: Unknown.... ............Lots 1 to 3, Block 18, Maxent Tracti. I %*
6:00 p.m. 6:30 :McDavid-Hyer Co..WH of Block 20", New City. .. .. .. 17 69 L. M. Lucky..............Iota 9 and 10 Block 2q, Maxent Tract S 16
J. W. Kohler.............E% Block 200. New City.. .. .. .. .. 29 21 \Vm. Fisher .Weet half of < and all of 7 to 10. Block
6:30 p.m. 7:00 M. C. Parker..............Lot 20 and west half of 19. Block 207, 34. Maxent 1 03
7:00 p.m. 7:30 New City. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 6S Wm. Fisher Tr... .....Lau 1 to 10, Block U. Maxent Tract 79
HILTON QREBYasxa. T.B. W.LU:9.: V1OW-Pu1mlaQ. 7:35: p-m. 8:00 Wm. Holder.............Lot 4, Block 224. New City.. .. .. .. 5 01 :Mrs.: I* BaaeU..Lot. 22 and 23, Block 64, Maxent: Tract 25 1C
a.x.BUSHNFLL,CI.t..6 In& gA1Q8.1ELD YORgNO,Asa>r.OAas:>zs McDavid-Hyer Co,.,.....Lots 9 to 12, Block 239. New City.. .. 35. Jas. Stearns.....lx>t 10, Block 57. Maxent: Tract.. .. .. 10 77
8:00: p.m. 8:30: H. H Boyer..............All of Block 249, New City.. .. .. .. .. 8'IS Unknown. ..............West 20 feet of 2 and east half of 3.
Citizens National BankM 9:30 E. C. Foutz....;.........Lots 19 and 20. Block %50. New City.. 1 18 Block 58. Maxent Tract 2 53
Saturday only. Geo. P. Wentworth..Lots 11 and 12 Block .. 1 02 Wm. : 11, Block 87, Maxent Tract.. .. 1 IS
ensaco!&, Tlorka.E4NeR Unknown...... ...::::: :Lots 15 to 18. Block ON'WewClg.. 1 64 Unknown.,.....East 10 feet of 21 and afl of 22 to 25,
Georgia Smith.... ........Lots 19 and 20. Block 260, New City.. 1 56 Block 87. Maxent Tract. .. .. .. .. 2 .11
flirt >RG. Between Pensacola _nd, Port Geo. P. Wentworth......LoU 1 to 6. Block 261 New City.. ,. 2 74 Jno. Nichols...Lots 14 and 15., Block 113, Maxent
.. WWert. lseerie 'eer. .1l1t.... AlIs3LBoDIb..a. 1.alAiaasia.e.. Barranca. Geo. \Ventworth..Lota 15 to 20, Block 261 New City.. .. 2 74 Tract.. ,. .. .. .. .. .. C 41
Lv Pensacola. W. IL Knowles..........Lots 11 to 20, Block 265:, New City.... :2: 75 Unknown.... ........Lou 17 and 18, Block"U3", Maxent
A GfMtMM. OAMJriMfi KSWTStf TAM9CnB Lv Fort Barrancaa Amanda Graham.,. Lot Block 270, New 71 Tract. .. X K
7:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m., T. C Watson & Co::::::, dt 6 and 16, Block 1 7tlte.w.Cli;.?.. 60 Unknown..... ...........LoU 19 to 24, Block 121 Maxent Tract :2 13
9BO: a.m. 11:00 am., Mrs. C. A. Simmons......All of Block %14. New City.. .. .. .. 3 12 Wm. Fisher Tr...?..,..Lou 3 and 16 to 19, Block 142, latent t
11:00 '. Unknown......., ........Lots 9 to 12 Block 277, New City.. .. 63 Tract. ... .. u .. .. 318
a.m.- :
12:15 p.m. Leon Colbert.............Lota 1 to 3. Block 281. New City. .. 391 Wm. Fisher Tr.LoU 14 'and "lV"Block 145 Maxent
12:60 p.m. 2:00 p.m. C. E. McArthur. ........Lots,4 to 14, Block 281. New City.... 2 27 I 49
City of 1 Pensacola Improvement Bonds. 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m.' C. E. :McArthur.,.. .....LoU 1 to 18, Block 282,' New City.. .. 2 74 Wm. Fisher Tr. .......Frac. Lots 1 to 5 In E. Block 149, Max
R. Wa ."..............Lots 19 and 20, Block 282, New City.. 71 ent Tract.. .. .. .. ..1 61
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Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January' 1st, 1906. Maturing January p.m.' 7:00 p.m. Annie Mabson,... ,...,.,.Lots 11 to 15 Block 289, New City.. 5 85 Wm. D. Barry..... ....North !90 feet of 1 to 4, Block 150 Max-
1st 1936. Redeemable an." 1st. 1936. Interest Payable, SemlAnnually.WE 8:30 p.m.- 3:00p.m: G. L. S. Lodge.........Lots 14 and 15. Block %S4. New City .. 4 3u nt Tract.. .... .. .. 2 IS
OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN .Saturday only C. E. }.lcArthul'.Lots 4 to 17. Block 295, New City ,r .. 2 10 Wm. Fisher. Tr.: ...,...,.Lots 14 and 15 and Frac. 16. In C; Block I
M. E. Perkins..... .....Lot 7, Block 305. New City.. .. .t .. 48 154. Maxent: Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .. '168
AMOUNTS TO SUI T PURCHASER: A. A. Fisher.........,...Lot 13, Block 308 New City.. .. .. .. 43 ""m. Fisher..Tr..Fra.c. part In C. southeast corner Block
Steam train leaving Pensaeola at E. E.'Wilson............Lots 11 to 15, Block 319, New City,. 1 02: 166. Maxent ., 1 19
The 7:15 a. m. will stop between Pensa. D. H. Wilson............LoU 16 to 18, Block 319. New City.. 71 Wm. Fisher Tr.,..,,.,? portion of 163 lying C, Block
Peoples Bank of Pe'nsacola cola] and Big Bayou only to Unknown.......... ,....Lot 5. Block 331. New City.. .. 48 163, Maxent Tract .m. ., ,. 15
take on Mrs. L W. Reese..Lots 3 to 20. Block 335 New City.. ... 1 79 Wm. Fisher, Tr........Lot 1.: Block 195. Maxent Tract.. .. .. 9462S
passengers for points beyond Big Unknown.... ...........,.LoU 16 to 20. Block 336, New City.. 1 02 Mrs. Nettle White......South 30 feet of 7 to 10 and of east 25
Pensacola Fla. Bayou. Steam train leaving Fort'Bar Burrel Solomon..,........LoU 7 to 9. Block 138. New.City ... 2 73 feet of 6, and all 11, Block 195, Max-
5:10 will 1. E. B1'OOD.... ......:..North CO feet of south 120 feet of 10 to ent Tract .
rancas at m.
p. stop
12, New City 1 58 Wm. Fisher..........;.Eat It feet of 24 to 26 and all 23, Block
Big Bayou and Pensacola only to put Unknown.., .............LoU 1 ok5:31: 357, New City : ':,:- 79 1J5. Mascot 168
off: passen'gers from beyond Bg! Unknown... .............Lots 16 and 17. Block 357. New Clty.. 16 Wm. Fisher, Tr..AU except one-third of Arpent east und
Bayou. Other steam trains will make Geo. Malone..... ........EH of 6 and.W% of 7, Block 1, West one-half Arpent west of P. & P. R. R.,
Shingles-Cypress and Pine. . .--j : King Tract. .. ., .. .. .... ,. .. 11 17 Block 198, Maxent 4 SI
-: .. all stops. Each electric car.makes all A. A. Fisher..............Lot 8, Block 3.: West King Tract., ... 1 18 Wm. Fisher .Lots 7 IloT 10 and 14 to 17, Block 204,
; : stops. Sank Hamilton... ......Lot 5, Block 4, West King Tract.. ,. 5 01 1 K2SS
Cabot's Shingle Stain. .. :: \ .. ; #: The above schedules and regulations E. P. West................Lot 7. Block 4. West King Tract.. -.. 97 Mrs- Peter Stevens..,,..Lot in southwest corner near Brent' .
Moses Bell...............LoU 16 and 17. Block 4, West King mall Maxent Tract.. ..
Composition ;' .:' .' subject to change without notice. Tract.. .. .. .: .. .. .: .. .. ,. .. .!." 195 Mrs. M-J. Scott.... ......Lot in southwest comer near Bree.t'smW .
,Cary Roofing. Local Freight Regulations. Dave Crockett.........Block 19 and 20, Block 4, West King Maxeot Tract.. .. .. S 91 1
': Freight shipped by the 7:15 a. m. Tract.. .. ... .. .. .. '0 ., ., -.. .. ,. 253 Estate L. Bear..........East :3 Arpent in ""D" Maxent Tract.. > ISC16 :,
Front Doors,. Window Glass Builders' ':Material train will be received Unknown..... ...........NH of 20 and all 19,. Block 8, West Joe Sheppard.............7. feet and lot feet northwest corner '
only (or points .. lot "A" sub. div Block -D" Maxent
King Tract. .. .. .o' ,. .. 3 11 ,
beyond Big Bayou. and will not be Gen R. Latlmore.........Lou 21 and 22. Block 4, West King Tract.. .. .
Laths, Brick and Lime. received later than 7:05. a. m. Al Tract .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .... .. 599 Ed. Pfeiffer.............Lot 11, Block 1. Donaldson Tract.. .. IS 84
other Week. Day trains C. J. Frederick...........Lou 13 and U, Block lE. West King Mrs. M. Cope...........North 140 feet of Lot 8. Block 2, Don
We car'the stock and it to-day. leaving Pen Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 26 aldson Tract.. .. i.. I J2 '
: you can get sacola not later than 3:5.0 p. m., carry I Andrew J. Jones... ....Lot 5, Block 19.,West King r. .. 5 01 Fred Frederlckson.......,North 149 feet of Lot 9, Block 2, Don
freight for any point, but freight will Dempsey Gamlin..........West 926 feet of north 28 feet of 7 and aldson Tract 11 17
received later than of 20. lg Tract 12 33 Lucinda Payne...........Lot 13, Block i; Donaldson ct.. .. 1" ,
Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. not be 20 minutes Wm Falk..............Lot 24Blockl222 West King Tract .. 6 16 Unknown.,......West 4$ feet of 69. Block 3. Donaldson
before scheduled departure of trains. Geo. P. Wentworth......Lou 1 and 2. Block 25, West King Tract.. In"s.
The 9:00 a. m. Sunday train may Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. 253 .W. B. & L.Ass'n.East 26 feet of West 122 feet of South
light perishable freight under J. F. Waters..... ......Lot 6 and south 7 feet of 9. Block 25, 150 feet. Block 4, Donaldson Tract... 666tl }
carry ; West King Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 26 A. M. Cohen....*.?....68 feet on Garden 120 feet 6 inches '.'
some circumstances by special per Unknown............ .....Lot 20 Block 25 West King Tract.... >9>1 from northwest corner Spring and .
mission. Electric car will not carry Alex, Sanford..Lots 7 and 8. Block 24. West King Garden by 150 feet deep Block 5, .
: of Tract .. .. .. .. .. .83 Donaldson Tract 19ft .
freight or packages any ,description M. O. Tate:... ..........Lots 9 and 10and 13 and 14, Block- SO, W. C. Norman............LoU 12 and 13. Block 38, Donaldson .5
i except medicine urgently needed. West King Tract. .. .. .. ._ .. ., I 89 son Tract. .. .. .. 65 I
Doors Sash Blinds Turned and Scroll Work. Shippers are requested to bear these Mrs A. E.C011pee..Lot L Block 31. West,King Tract., .. 2 35 W. C. Norman.,..47 feet of c:8: and 39, Block 38, Donald-
regulations in mind, that inconvenience MoDle Patterson...:......Lot ::. Block 31, West King Tract.. 2 73 con .. .. ...' 5 41 ;
I be caused., Mollie patterson..........Lots and 22. Block 32. West King Estate M. V. Inerarity..LoU 29 and 30. Block 39, Donaldson f
Having} our own manufacturing plant; we may not Tract .. .. > .. 436 lotlCBI.. 2 W 1
These freight regulations subject to Wm. Fisher...... .......Lot %3. Block 32, West King Tract;. .. 79 Cbas. DeForrester......Frac. 41.. Donaldson Tract 1 73
are In position to quote prices on all building change without notice. tJxzio Plckens............Lota 1 to 4. Block 36. West King Tract 11:93T: A. A. Fisher....,Wi* of Lot 4, Block 43, Donaldson '
.. 1 26
Johnson Lee.............Lets 11 and Block 37, West Wing Tract., .* ** *
material that spells "money saved" to Any further Information regarding Tract.. ..17. .*: ., .. 72 Ella Fernandez...Lou 10 ind II, Block 4i Donaldson 1
passenger and freight schedule can: be F Ella Clinch.... ........Lot 17, Block 37 West King Tract., 1 32 Tract.. 4 26
every contractor or person who intends to had by applying to the general office! U ..........Let 18. Block SI, West King Tract.. 1 32 NJ C. McM Uan..........Lot 8 and Tract.Fast.half.. .of. 9... Block.. 45, Dos.. .. I 72
M rTriilphln.... .....West ct feet of LoU It Stock !1, ajdson
build. I of the company. West King Tract.. .. .. .. u .. .. 10 02 M. CYLeaI'1'.WeI5t half of 14 sad Sooth part of 15, I
Passengers are earnestly requested Henry M .Marshall.....Lot 10, Block 43, West King Tract ,., C 74 Block 45. DonaMwn Tract Frori.: : ',... '11 4 >S3 3
to promptly report to the general and Jasper Rand....Lot 6. Stock IS. Water ? .
Saunders office inattention to:duty\ or dli J."F"JIJ.W.D. Robinson.... ..........Lots 12 and 1& to 23., Block 14. West Louis pteurer..Lot 13. Stock K.Block Water Front.Wati; Fr05t IJ t 21 EEJno. ..
Mill Company any King Tract .... .. ......,..... ,8 23 JnOH.. Johnaon..LoU, 2 and 21. 26
courtesy on the part of employees ant liTer.... .........Lot 10, Block 45, West King Tract.., 97s.Ollinger. M&rtin.......;....... Block as- per W 'F C.. .Ree.. ... p.: 1 95
to make criticisms of service. .. ...... Block 45. Welt King Tract... 155 661. Block 32'RaterF
Phone 21 East Caevlsa Street. specific I w, Hyer.... .Lat 2L > W. Co Rae. P.58S
717. I ...... %0. mocks, KbffrI Blount Al1aher.J art of Block as per F. '
JOHN W.. LEADLEY Manager.' Ju. ..... ...Eaet West 19 XIng feet Tract of M. NN .NN 195 ._d 686. Block 1J1.. Water Front tu



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NOTICIL lytog and beIng Belmont numbering ....... %6' 2 35 S II
Notice is following described real estate Block U .
hereby given that the Florida, upon which the .. ......Lot 1 and frac. 2, and, Block.
FORMILLIONS In the City of PeiaiolaT County of Eseambla, State of C. A. Wales..... ,. .
the doeto* to many of his lady patteab. because bo-dft-: l taw levied by the said City of Fenaacola for the year A- D. 1I0S.< ban *?> beea 163, Belmont numbering'... ...East' S C1Jaa.

teov of me&daal treatment that will mb paid will be sold at the door of the court house of Escambla County Son .t.tater-noon AJexa.nder..SOuth 31 feet of Lot 6, Block...., ... h 1. ..i. lit 4
any positively cure 'w or the first Monday In October A. 1>. M06,-to make Bald twee, penaltle aad King Tract. .. .. .. .. c
i: OYarian trebles,.eKoepi-the stngeon'ainif est and ,cost Louis Pfelffer.............Lot 1. Block 4, East King Tract .Ii 2.SO. 1
4 ,J. C. WEtTING Walker...... ......South 56 feet of Lot 6. Block 4. East .
> .Thatsuch a.medldne exists, however has,been proved b* the I Tax ,I W. E. King.Tract.. .. .. .. ... .. .'. .. 19 :- 30 541

vonderful ewes performed diseased Jas. Johnson..............North 50 feet ol Lot 1. Block 6, Eaatl'
: 1om&n:1D: thousands- ofcasevbj King Tract.. .. .. .. .. ... 2' $5 157
:! ; .'' 7 Mrs., S. A. Hooton.......North 55 feet of 2, and of. South'35-feet
of 4 and Of 6, Block 7r East ,King
:: Tract. .. .. .. .. .. jO......: .. S 2 30 1949
Name. Description, s I s ci 9 West Pensacola Land Co.Lots 1 and 2, Block 11.' East King

WINE e -... a c Tract .. .; ... ,. .. 1' J SO 296)
\Well Khown ,Pensacollan Claims s D. C1a.rke..East 34 feet of Lot f. Block 11. East
W. .
CABDUI I I"f. .. .. l' J 33; 4
_' t 5H B < King Tract.- .. ..- ./ .. .. -a c.- ;
: W. E. Wlggans ........East 60 feet of Lot 1, Block 12.. .East

OF" Title to;Chicago Lake Front I .. .. .. .. 1" 2 IQ in King TractX ;. .. .. .. .. .. .. ;..' 19. 2 10 3:141:
Bering' North-lS5 feet -- A. Fisher:.............West 14 feet of Lot 1 and East 36 feet
Peter McLeoan ..........East 45 Jeet t Iches'of : of Lot %. Block 12,. East King Tract.. 19 2 30 t 6)
Property. of Lot 21. Block'8. Old City of .......West 37 feet of LoI and East 33 feet
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cola .. .. .. .. .. .. .* .. *. .. *. ** ** W. G. Dally East Tract.. I' 2 30 i 64
12 King
Woman's Relief W. V. Perry..............SH of Lot 38. Block 7, Old City of Pen- of Lot 3. Block ,
.. .... f 41sacola. J. Marion Clatter.. ......East 52 feet of Lot 1, Block 14, East!
; f Void King Tract.. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 19 J SO 21 i
V..Touart................Ea 30 feet"of'LotVz, Block City
The Chicago Journal of August 31 Pensacola.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. *.** Pauline Humphries..East 88 feet of 12 and of north half of
of *
30 4
.. .. 19 2 23
9l feastsaved the lives of thousands of veak. sick vomcn,,'and contains a double-column picture of Mrs. S. E. Mffler........WH of Lot 94, Block 8 Old City of Pen-' ( 13. Block ZO, East King Tract.. -
: .. ,.. .. iw .v* Mattle E. Jones.. .......West 105 feet of Lots J, and 2, Block
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ti : lip rescued thousards of others from a .melancholy lifetime! ,rfipiiBvab Mrs. Same :EL Cummins, of this city : sacola.. .. of Pen 24..East King Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. ,,. It I 30 25 53yno.
Mary E. Stokes..N of Lot 88 Block 9, Old City
I i4sm. It wfllcurayouIf you will only give It a chance.Sctfat' and the* following account: of an. to %sacola 2J gj Byrd.................Lot 6 and south 20 feet of 7, Block. 24.
.. .. .. .. .. .. ..-.19 J 30 U c 9
portant suit wh'ch she has filedin Jno. Stokes.. ... ; of Pensacola 26 90 East King Tract.
just ..
\ .......Lot BlOCk 11, Old City
i erery drug store la $1.00 bottles: Try itWRRXlUS Chicago,. involving some 20000. Attlla Gagnet....... ....South Old City 40 feet of Pensacola.of NH! of Lot. ..63.,. Block.. e. 12... U w W. S.Norman..... _....Lots East 11 King and Tract 12 and.23..and., h 24,..Block.. ..27.., J9 2 SO 11'

000 In real estate there: Ed. Pfelffer..... .......West 40 feet of East 80 feet of Lot 246, D.Hale WIlson..Lot 25 and east 15 feet of 26, Block %8.
.. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 15 il
F : GAVE Millionairess from Pensacola: Block 13, Old City of Pensacola .. .. .. 1002 East King Tract.
A UTTERfcwty UP SUPPORTER Jno. Stokes .............East SO Lot 300 and West % of Joe Crona..... ..........Lots 5 and 6, South 30 feet of 11 and
Suits are about: to be filed in CMca. ktN .. 2* 46 : and of West half of 12, Block 29, East
: 1 wore supporter for for 301 Old City of Pensacola.
A Kid frattkty. In. ctrtctest.coofi.f years Tract ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 1043Lma
D. D. of King eo
which had go by Mrs. SaUte EL Cummings a Shuttleworth .....N of Lot 29. Block 17. Old City -
my womb crowded everything 2 66 .......Lots 14 to 14. Block. 29, East King
Pensacola .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. F. Haygo d .
BM> teJlicc.a l all you tries.I4. down before ft.writes Mrs.S.J.' millionairess from Pensacola.Fia.. ., in Henry Johnson..........East 44 feet 2 Inches of Lot 108 Block _. Tract.. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .... ... It 2 SO 1461

*. rB" send Free Advice (in plain.Taafcff Chrisman.of Mannsv'.fe,N.Y. "I 1 suf which sheexpects to prove her claimsto 18, Old City of Pensacola .. .... .. 10 02 Chas. Norman...........Lots 5 to 8, Block 30. East King Tract It 2 30 :6'
fered-untoW misery aad couU hardly, eight acres of land Jn Streeterrille I E. Alfman...............tV% of Lot 150. Block 18 Old City. of A.. V. HiUlard......--.........Lots 9 and 10 Block 30, East King
: 33 .. .. ... .; .. ..... .. 1 2 30 14 0
I wvelope). Address: Ladies' Pensacola. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12 Tract.. "I i
suits will
walk. After taking Cardid gaTe up Her involve 20000000., W. J. Bicker..W% of Lot :340. Block 19, Old City of C. S. Norman.... ........Lots IS and 14. Block 30. East King
( HMHii/ Dept.. The 'ch&ttanooa44IidCo. I'my supporter and can now be on my".. and she expects to make her fight for Pensacola.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... '.. 1% 13Frank Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l' 2 30 1% 3'

.. Chattanooga. Tenn. feet balf 4 day at.ttfflft," the land a test case, which will establish Touart............WV4 of Lot 326 Block 21, Old City of C. S. Norman..Lots 23 and. 24. Block 30. East King
forever the ownership of the Pensacola. .. .. ..' ... .. .... .. 1233 Tract. .. .' .: .. 19 Z so 29 5:)
Estate A. Magee..........EH of Lot 328, Block 21, Old City of W. E. Norman..:.... .-....Lots 9 and 10, Block'iC D-st KIng
land claimed by Capt. Streeter and Pensacola.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 "2a Tract. .. .. ... ... ... ... 19 2 SO. 2)30
numerous others. :Magee.............NH of Lot 329. Block 21, Old City ofMitchell W. R. Merrlwether... ...Lots 20 to 22, Block 31. East King
: H Pensacola. .. .. .. 1111 if .. .. .. .. .. ,. .... 19 2, SO :9 iiI
," The snit: vlU be filed against the Touart...........Lot J30, Bkxk; ii. IJ'6ii.orp; B. C. Wright..... .......:r.ocr..l and w i"h if of12, Block -
I city of -Chicago the Unooln Fart commissioners cola .. 20 97 is; east King Tract. .. 13 2 30 41 I l

the Farwell estate the A. A. Fisher.............Lot 337: Block: 21. 1d"ciiyl't'p a Joe Crona..................Lots 5 and 6, Block S4"E King
a. 19S Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19! 2 30
, You have heard Fair-bank estate and the Palmer es:: Louisa Garland ......... WH "Lot i58"Block: 226ldClty"ofPensacola. R. Stewart................Lota 1 and 2. Block 35 East King Tract It 2 30 181J

tate. Her attorney in.the case is W. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 368 W. J. Norman... .......Lot 11 and west half of 12. Block 31.
Geo. P. Wentworth ..... .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 541 .
G. :Anderson, 119 La Sale street who East 53 1-3 feet of Lot 159 Block 22, East King Tract H' .
Old City of Pensacola .10 02 C. L. Wlgglns..Lot 24. Block 37, East King Tract.... 13' 2 SO 10 11 -
j. famous
A whole! lot about ice recently, but not much represented Mrs. Streeter in the Russ Smith..East 90 feet of Lot 2..Bi k 22, Old A, A. Fisher..............Lots 21 to 23. Block 37, East King .(.

Streeterrille :fights.Is City of Pensacola.-. .-' ," "> 1233DTDrShuttleworth Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l' J 30 541
about a'Noted Woman, j .......WH of Lot 36?. Block 25. Old. :City of ;.' .,. Crews.................;Lou 6 and 7. Block 38, East King
i COAL Mrs.. Oommings is one of the most Pensacola.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '-.' JI03 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ," .. !!. .. 1S 2 30 '173
Unknown.................Lot 268, Block 30. Old City of Pensa- M.. E. Stewart..Lots 13. and 14 Block 38. East- lung

: noted women in the South. She is cola .. ... ..- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 172 Tract.: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13 ,2 30 151T.
the editor of "Florida, 'Rambler" and J. CCha1fln..South 130 feet of Lot 219 Block 2L Old C. Watson & Co.. ....Lots 15 and 11. Block 38. East KIng C
1.t We, arc-again in the Coal business and have the "Walking. Sun." published at De City of Pensacola. .. :. .. .. .. .. ;20 97 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. 1- 2 SO 4 25T.
T. E. Welles............!.Lou C and W of P. Old City of Pen. y.. Steams..Lots 1'1 and north half of. 18. Block 3.
J: a choice stock on hand. We handle Jellico Funlak Springs and for years has sacola. .. ,.. .. ..'.. .. .. .. ... .. ss 43 East King Tract.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. l' 2 30 I 11
been associated 'with leading .south John IL Hoffman........East 100 feet of Lot P Old City of Pen.sacola Me r. Stewart..Lois 21 and 25 Block 33. East KIng

Alabama and the celebrated Galloway CpaL erners. She.asserted today when she .. .. .. .. .. :. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4S >fl Tract.. .. .. .: .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' 19 'z 30 18 34
arrived in the her suit '! for Thos. hannah..Ail of Arpent Lot 27, except East 50 ., Sam Witherspoon ......Lot, 2. Block 40 East King Trtct .. 19 2 30 93
'city feet of North 100 feet Old City of Pen- Jno. C. Morris..East 22 feet of 13. Block 40 East King
I We only send out "clean lump. Send us the purpose of establishing; the ownership J. sacola .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. r5893 Tract .. .. .. .. .. ... :.. .. .. .. 19 1 10 541 r-
J. Borelll..........-....West 60 feet of East 97
of Streeterville property. of. Arpent Let 33, Aaron Johnson..South half of Lo Block JastKingTract.
your orders. .now and get summer prices.I'w. Should she 'Wjx her suit the long, H. M. Old City of Pensacola. .. .. .. .. .. 18 ,09 .. .. .. ::.. .! : .. .. 11 2 SO 426L.
MeArthur..West. 100 feet of North 120 feet of Ar E. Brooka..Lot 11. Block East King Tract .. .. 11 2 30 4 43
complications: which have attended the pent Lot 78, Old City of Pensacola.... _. 27 S9 Geo. Johnson..Lots 25 and 414. Block 41, East King
question .of rights to the property in A. R. Jones.. ...........South 7z t"ot of West 128 feet of Arpeat -'t. Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Ii J 30' 541 V

& CO. will after thirty. of K H. Lot 74 Od OU of Pensacola...... .. 22,70, C. L. Wiggins..Lots- 3. and 23 and 21. Block U. East
S. GARFIELD: question end years Langford..Northwest. corner Romana and Spring '. Kin<< Traet..' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. II 2 30 345 e
litigation. : streets. 48 feet on Spring by ISO feet J. E. Lawless..West feet of north 125 feet 'of, f
Should she establish a clear claim Rev. J. B. on Romana, Old City of Pensacola.... '30 01 Block : East lOng Tract.. .. .. .. : It 2 ao 2 53
i Office and Works Cor. H&yne and Wrlght'stS. Phone 8. to the lots purchased by her from Baasen.......Lot 373, Old City of Pensacola (ceme* '. Victoria Shan.ks..South 60 feet of north 90 feet of 4 and
r :j Estate Eben tery lot) .. '.. .. .. .. .,,.< .... H't? S E6 west ha.of 5. Block 48. East KingTract
Captain Streeter fifteen: years ago Moreno- .....Lot 374, Old City of Pensacola (cemetery .,'" .. .. .. .. .. .. .:.. .... .... 13 l' 30 405P.
--- I Mrs, Cummings' holdings will be lot) .. : ... .. ...... of west half of
Rev J. B Baasen..t.- 4 26 Barrtos'; .North 30 feet of 4 and
.. .
f worth $100,000. She originally paid ..Lot 393 nd.\v.% of Lot 39i"d ;[397, to r'. .' -- 5, Block 48, East King Tract.. 19 1 SO 4 25L.

i' S,000 for the property most of which Unknown ...:...E- -- Old of City Lot(397.cemetery Old City lot" Pensacola '" I : 5"41 B. Brooks..North of west 30 half feet of of"south Block&O 49 feet East f'4 King AAd .

n teed have po terrors 'for- : lies along Erie and Superior streets F. A. and Georgia*: (cemetery lot) ... ,;. '..' ..* ".. ........_ ; _- 1 35 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .: .. -.. .... It i SO ;,5.53
I JlV : you Will 'Fight in High Courts. Caro..Lots 12 and 13 and north 60 feet of ,_ '-.... L. E. Brooks ...........Nortb 90 feet of 4. and west half of I. '

l WASH IIA I if you; send. your ashing to 'If satisfaction Is not secured by MrsCummings' G. B. Green and W..-I; 14, 'Block 1, Belmont Tract- "04: *.".-..- ., *29..61 Block .49, East King Tract.__.... .. ..---It. 10472
Flummer.LoS'fe s: :: Chan 1L Hudgins.. ........North 50 Zest of 6 and of east bail of
*" The New Method Laundry attorney' the case will be Edw. Pfelffer..w..Lot and 13, Block 2. Belmont Tract 15 03 5. Block n ,East King Tract. .. .: 11. 4o"Chas..1L "0 8 81

r pushed to the highest.courts. As the Hiss Hattie Gothic... l, Block 5, Belmont numbering.... '28 2 30 386 Hudgins... ......,.SOutb 60 feet of norht 100 feet of'
PHONE 1188. W.LAWRENCE. New 'ethod W. ROM NA ST. .East 35 feet of Lots 1 -
Prop. laundry Bldg. rich and "l to 4. Block 8 and of east 5. Block 49 East
defendants in the suit are W. V. Perry ....... ..... Belmont Tract .. .. .. ..: ., .. .: 8 87 King Tract..h..f.f.. .. .. .. .: .. .. 11 2 30 6 96Ti.
I the plaintiff has large interests, the ; Lot 9 and 10, Block 9, Belmont numbering R. stewart............North feet of I and east hail f

.. legal fight for clear claims prom'sesto B. E. Whidden. ..:'..._. _...,.S .. .. ...... ..... .... .... .. 19 2 30 772 ,Block : East King Tract.. .. ? :: 19 2 30 4 83
of Lot 16, all of Lot 17 .
and of
be exhaustive. north .- Estate S..C. Cobb..North 30 feet of 6 and of east ba-if
i.t ., T 20 feet of Lot 18 Block 21, Belmont : 6. Block 50, East King Tract.. .. .. 11 J 10 19ii
t : Complications: have arisen from the SanVl -C..."-: numbering .. .. :. ..- .. .. .... .... 19 Z '30 33- 47 Alonzo Thomas..South half of 2, less a
Wagner .'
: tact that the Lincoln Park 'board has J. > 24. Block 21, Belmont numbering.v '19::'..2 20 3 86 west lc tek'5 East,King Tract 11 2 30 541Jd.

sold a Coitionof! the land under dis-, Abercrombia.U.West-.. :leetof 18 to 2% alL23 and 24. .. ,". ... F. Farrior..... ........Nerth' ;100 feet or G and of east heJI oJ
; I -*-.''.. except West 2 feet by 125 feet Block : -" 50 Block 61.- East King Tract.... ..'...' 1" 1" 'sI13 13J.

| An Easy Restfolth : Head pute.. Chicago police have exercised authority 1,-. M. Lewey.,...........East 25; Belmont 77-of.16 Tract to 20.'..'Icik: .27..-,.-.w.Belmont...?+.:';:!* .... .,, _.(s90_ rtonPepper..South E. Lawless:....!....,..Lot 4.120 Block feet-53 of' East 1 and King of east Trat't.half.of.. 11 J sa J jtJ 1

Tract .. .. ... .. '.. .. .... ... .
over the tract, and' much of Richard Fennel .. ..... > ,, 2155 2, Block 53, East King Tract.. .. .. It J at I 51
fenced In by Captain : East 71% feet,of Lot ?5, Block 27, Belmont -. <.* '_ -. Levi OweDS... '.............Soutb- 25 feet of north 1$ feet of 3 and .
:it has been Tract .. [.
C. 1 95 ot west half of 2. Block 64. East King "
,; Your rest.and ,sleepVt'nlgfit'is'not easy: and Streeter. Until now no .building of J. Fredricks..t..t..Lot 29 and East part 30: Block %7. Belmont : Ti-act ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. It 2" SO 523 (
kind could be done because there H. _.' I numbering..' .. .. ., ... .. .'. .. 23 :3 30 C 56
.. ..
any Wmfahig..East 77% feet of %1. to Levi Owens ,. .. ..North SO feet of 3 and of west half of
rt, peaceful if your pillow' is hard or lumpy. was no clear title! to any of the land I Belmont Tract .. .. ..25.,. Block.. .. 28.., 2. Block 54, East King Tract.. .. .. n 2 30 5 41
The county refuses to collect taxes and F. O. and Mrs. F. Howe-Lota. 1 t* 5, East 25 feet 7% Inches of 10 02 I. W. Walker..Lot I, Block 55 East King Tract:... 11 2 30 11 91 jCbaL
? The pillow shold be soft and smooth and T 11. all 12, West 44 feet lL Hudg1n. ......South so tt oi south 110 feet of LtI.
: Streeter whatever tax 8H Inches of ..
p Captain accepts 13 to 17. and all 23 and 24, Block Block 56. East King Tract.. .. .. 15 2 30 3 10
above all perfectly sanitary. :nxraey is offered to htm. Belmont Tract. .... .... .... ..30... R. A. Credifle..NOrth .40 feet of I and of east half of '.
!::1$: ; "I have ample resources to carry J. E. Wolfe...............LoU 11 to 14, Block 34, Belmont Tract 139 9 90 62 I 2. Block 66, East King Tract.. .. .. 19 2 30 1 93
said J. A. Van Pelt..Lots 1 and 2. and SH of Lot 3 Block I Ben Johnson..South 50 feet feet
to the courts, fJar1dgwTcT.:
the thing highest 39, Belmont .. .. .. I of 2, Block 53, .. 13 2 30 1117 <
numbering ..
1 I I The Emmerick Guaranteed Feather Pillows Mrs. Cummings today at the office of W. .A.. F1nl T....,.....,..LoU 6 to 10, Block 41, Belmont Tract 28 2 30 21 12 55 33 Mary GolSOD..N 105 tett' and of east half of
Mrs. Lee A. .. .. 1 30 S i6
: her lawyer. "I realize that I shall haveto Johnson..Lot 20, Block 48, Belmont numbering.. 19 2 30 4 83 5.- Block King Tract. 19
:but I Eugene Kelly.-j. ;...Lot 22, Block 47, Belmont A.. J. Leggett..Snith; 45 feet of 6 and of east half of
best in the world fight vast interests, am pre H. C. Armstrong........LoU 1 to 5, Block 48; Belmont numbering Tract 19 2 30 4 1s3 5. Block 56, East King Tract.. 19 2 30 4 nJrL
0 : are are: soft and fluffy, pared to test the'validity of my Howard Williams........Lot 6, Block 54 Belmont numbering.... 69 55 Willis..orth; 70 feet 0 and 2, Block: 57. East

claims. The 300 acres are worth in Mrs M. L. Sullivan.....LoU 26 to 29/, Block 54. Belmont Tract 6 56 King Tract.. .:1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13 S 30 5 n
i i : thoroughly cured, cleaned and purified, and all '$20,000,000.Will A. P. Yniestra...........Lou 1 to 5 and 30. Block: 62; Belmont 5 01 Richard Hansen..West \ feet of 2 and .acl feet of 2

: numbering.. ..' .. .. .. ..:.. .. ..-.. Block East King ; .. .. .. .= n 2 30 1 11Go
will l always remain sweet and .agreeable. Question City's Rights. IL L. Green..............LoU 1 to 5, and 26 to 30. Block 63. 19 2 30 18 09 E. ............... of Block 62. East King Tract .... 19 2 30 15 n
f.i j T propose to question' the right of Belmont ... ... '23 85 Daniel & Crona..NJi of Sw'4, Block 71. East .Klnlf Tract 19 2 30 1 iii
Prices $2 $3 $3.50 and $5 a pair. the city of Chicago to exercise police D. J. Cunningham........Lots 19 1 20.tBi .7O.Be: n.t.numbering A. A.. Fisher..North 30 feet of south 90 feet of C and -

". .. .. '. .... -. .. .... .. %8. 2 30 north SO feet of south 90 feet of east
t 1.. jurisdiction! over the land. The case Mrs. S. Burns...........Lou 25 rlli" 26, Block 73.: Belmont 772 half of 5, Block n, East KIng Tract 19 2 30 177

also will determine whether the various numbering. .. .. .. -,... .... .... 23 2 30 14 63 J. W. Kohler....... ....,..Nortb 30 feet of south 90 feet of 3 and
noted estates claiming tkle to :M. IL Robinson..........South 50 feet of north 150 feet on DeV. of west half of 2. Block 7- East King

: MARSTON & have: legal standing." by 120( feet deep, Block 76 Belmont Tract .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... 19 2 30 161

I' QU1NA lots any of .. numbering..2 8 2 30 6 96 Mary MlIlene.. .........Lot 1. Block n. East King Tract ...... 13 2 30 5 01
Mrs. dimming belongs to one Wm. Hubert ...........West 35 feet of t'80 feet of LoU 16 L. M. .............. :. Block 73. East King Tract .... It 2 31) 5 Ii
the oldest families in the South. She to 19, Block 79, Belmont numbering.. 28 2 30 .17 Isaac ht'ppard..Lots 4 to S, Block 7:1:, Eat King Tract 19 2 30 13 08
1 J 108/110 S, Palafox SL Phone 149. Pensacola Fla. W..T. Waters............East 45 feet of 16 to Block. 7 ..
with south 19 ?, Belmont \\Im. 1. Block 74, East KIng Tract
long has been for her Orange numbering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 28 2 30 19 02 Wm. :: ;:::::::::::..;l;: 4. Block 74. East KIng Tenet ..:::: 1: i g i If'Vm.
erners and is widely known Abdelcada..Lot 3 to 5, Block 81. Belmont num. ButJer..SOuth iO feet of i and C. Block 74. East

writings concerning the early Confederacy bering. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,n .;.28 2 3Q 77: Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l' 1':0 1 53
and its leaders. She sa'd she Irene MeGreen..Lots 19 and 20. Block'81. Belmont pumr L. oley..L ts 1 to S. Block 'is, East King Tract. .19 2 30 3 24a

lose claIm to her property W. A. taring.- .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. 28 2 30 23 85 ,. Boley.................Lota 4 to G. Block 78. East KIng Tract 19 2 10 3 24
afford to Attaway..Eaat
;' could 70 feet on Belmont and 110 en Henry Moore..Lot 3, Block 11. East King Tr.ct.... It 2 30 :3 I 24
but that some one must find out Coyle northeast corner Block 82, Lee e ).............. 4 Block $ East King Tract 30 2 70
:[f COLLEGES. the exact legal standing of the various W. A. Belmont numbering .. ... ... ..... 28 2 30 12 33 Wade H. Baker..Lot 1. Block 8 i. East King Tract :::: U i iWm. 30 1 7$
AUaway..40 feet on Co>le and 100 feet south
Streeterville of Ftaher..North 10 feet of C and west half ot
interested in the
I parties north 110 feet Block 82, Belmont South >90> feet of S. and north GO feet
:: numbering..' .. .. .. ._ .I ... 23 2 30 '
land. (96 of 5. Block 8', East KIng Tract.... 19 J 30 1 'fSGeo.
John D. Robinson........
_________ West 75 feet of East 150 feet on Gregory ...
P. Wentworth ., 'West 25 feet of Lot 5. Block 92. East
i :PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL by 150 feet Block 83, Belmont num .
"Sir" ta the King. bering .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 42 2 30 ( 96 Peter Davidson..Lot King 1. Tract Block ii."i KingT U-C. :: t I 1&& 1 ;
; L. E. Willis ............West
The queen Is addressed as "ma'am"by 75 feet of East 225 feet on Gregory G. H. !.[uller......,... ,...Lot C. Block 83, East KinK Tra t.. .. It 2 30 7)a :

Girls. all the members of the classes by 150 feet Block 83. Beimont ,. .................. of Block t4. fast King Tract.. .. It J. 30 1 E;;
upper .. .. ..
Preparatory School for Boys and numbering .. .. .. .. .. 43 2 -
: 6 96 Marjorie Been..AlI of Block 35. East King Tract.. .. n 2 30 1 3 .
majesty" being Henry Pitt. .............West 75 feet, of East 300 feet '
the term ,
"your on. Marjorie Beers..f'.AUof;; Block IIi, East King Tract.. .. 11 2 30 1 9 .
S used formal Gregory by 150 feet Block 83, Belmont Lee Danle1l..Lota 1 to 5. Block 97. East King Tract 19 2 30 'H;
I: Seventh Annual Session Begins September 17th. rarely except on A. numbering .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43. 2 30 8 12 Co L. Wiggins.....,.......Lots 13 and 14, Block 97. East King
Entrance Examinations 14-15. The king the Prince of Wales Mary Pinnei..West, 40\ feet of East 139 feet on Tract .. .. .. ... ... ..... ..-.. .... l' 3 30 Z3Chat. ;
p<:." September princes Gregory by 125 feet deep. Block 14, JL Taylor..Lots I
and all the other English are 11 and 11. mock 98. East King
Belmont numbering. .. .. .... ..., 43 2 30 17 34 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Tra't. 2 20 ;t
THE MADE ITS WORK G. K. Faulk... ........ -
FEATURES OF THE SCHOOL,.THAT HAVE. addressed as "sir. Yet foreign princes North 50 feet of 14 to 16., Block 84 Belmont Mrs. .. S. DenhaPn..Lot; 15, Block 99: East King Tract :.:: : 2 30 : 4
I' SUCCESSFUL ARE: numbering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
42 .2 30 7 72
the title of serene Anderson..Lot.
and bearing MarT 11
and 17. Block >29>
princesses .
Eae\ KIng
1L A. Waters,......... _
IT RECEIVES A LIMITED NUMBER OF PUPILS-NEVER MORE Lot 19, Block 84, Belmont numbering. : 28 2 30 12 .
must pot be addressedas J. A. Chaiflu..tast 73 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l' a 33;) 6 a
!; THAN CAN BE THOROUGHLY TAUGHT. highness 30 feet of 1 to 4. Block 85, Belmont J. F7' Fheppard..... .....L ta 2 and 3. Block 100. East King

1 ITS INSTRUCTORS ARE M EN SPECIALLY TRAINED FOR THEIR 'sir" or "ms'ainbut" s"prInee"or G. U. of O. .F....,........Lots numbering: 9 and .. .. t.86. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 23 S5 Tract. ..' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l' 2 30 8-:
10. Block
WORK IN THE BEST COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES OP .OUR ", Belmont nuinbering. Stephen WDltam..... ....Lot 16. Block 100, East King Tract.. .
l' 2 20 4 :'
"princess. .. :. .
I J ; COUNTRY. ., .. .. .. .. :. .. 1. 2 JO 541 Stepen WIWam..Lots 11 and Block

.. AT, CHERISHES AND MAINTAINS''\THE- HIGHEST IDEALS OF A letter' to the sovereign must begin Robt.W. H Edwards..Lot and J.,W. Jones..East is frae.. Block Lot 15.13 Belmont, Block 'numbering.92. Belmont. 19 2 %0.. 7 U -Tract.. ... 1'... .. .. ..100... .Beat King. l' I 30 I :;11

;''ij; SCHOLARSHIP' AND MANHOO AND WOMANHOOD.' thus: ."Ills majesty the'king.? and below numbering .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 SO 103 Geo. P. Wen-worth..' .t.Lobi 11 and 12 and U to 20, IIIOCk'lOl.
\i THIS IS 'ONE OF THE FEW PREPARATORY SCHOOLS IN THE the single word "sir." The conclusion Unknown.............,...East frac. Lots 16 and 17 Block 92. East King Traet.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 841
Sam .Lr
tv- SOUTH WHOSE CURRICULUM IS HIGH AND VARIED ENOUGH TO Belmont numbering... .. : .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 1 15 Puc.o..Jr..t.. >ta 1 and 2, Block 103. East King
.: PREPARE FOR ENTRANCE INTO ANY OF THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENTS of the letter wouid. be worded Unknown..................East frac. Lots 18 and 19- Block 92, Tract..' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I' 10 11!
A. .L i'isher..L
: OF THE GREAT UNIVERSITIES' AND TECHNICALSCHOOLS. somewhat as follows: "I have the Belmont numbering.. .. .; .. .. .. 19 2 30 1 43 t 12, Block 103. East KIng Tract 13 2 :0 i fll
..... .
F. F. Blngham. .. .!<:-orth halt
ff4 Unknown...........,.....Lot 2. Block 94 Belmont numbering.. 19 2 30 79 of 3 and aU of l 1. Block
; THE SCHOOL HAS STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES IN MANY OF honor to submit myself your majesty'smost A. A. Fisher..Lot'S. Block 94, Belmont numbering... 19 2 30 79 104. East King Tract.. .. .. :- n % 10 1 j:!

:;, THE LEADING UNIVERSITIES, WHERE. WITHOUT EXCEPTION humble and devoted servant," Unknown......!..,......Lots Zl and '? Block 94. Belmont num. Geo. Ilurphy..Lot... .. ii I Block 105. East King Trt' 19 I SO IS 01
1;: THEY: HAVE MADE GOOD RECORDS. etc. A letter to the Prince of Wales bering. .. :. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 20 15| Mary Henry Bellamy HamUton.....*..... .l.ot Block 107, fASt King Tract.. U 2 30 .1
.1Lot 1. Block 108, East King Tract. 1 :;:
:/1.- ..IN'EVERY GRADUATES HAVE ENTER. tnknowu..Lots 23 and 24. Block 3*. Belmont num- ........... 19 2 31)
ED- ON A REGULAR COLLEGIATE COURSE THEY HAVE BEEN ADMITTED should begin thus: ."To hia! 'royal highness bering.. .. .. <. .-v .. .. -. .. .. .. II' 2 33 1 42 Jim .. 4, Block lOS, King Tract. .. It % 30 3 .I 1
,r TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS. AND HAVE TAKEN HIGH the Prince of Wales" on a lower L. Boley.................Lots 99 to 22, Block.89. Belmont numboring. .1.Douglass Whtmore.Iets i and II, Block 10J.: East Klns
Tract.. ., ..
.. -
.. .. .. .. .. .. I' t 30 141
1: CLASS STANDING. line "sir," and then the letter would be J. R. Keller..............Lots 1 to 13 and 23 and 24,' -Block? 103, )9 8 33 1, 7$ .Tno. A. Hunter.. ...........Lot 10. Block 109, Eajt'King jra. :: n % 31) 11
AT ..... ..
r{ PROF. WALTER MILLER. PROFESSOR OF' GREEK TULANE J. G. Morgan. !AU 2$ to %9. Block 123
with. Belmont numbering .. .. .. .. 13 I 30 C 72 East King -
!lot UNIVERSITY SAID OF THE SCHOOL "IT SECURES AFFORDED THOROUGH.BY proceeded J. R Keller..............Lots 18 and 19. Block 103, Belmont .. --' -Tract. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... ... 11 2 10 14-
'{ NESS OF TRAINING BJ-FET'tf n Al.r.lo MY MIND THE When the king and queen play bridgeor numbering.. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19- 2- 30 2 55 IdeDe WlIlJainI.''''.'.''''i'W of II) and all of 31. m9cltUI: Jast

LPEtNSACOLA THE GREAT 'CLASSICAL FITTING SCHOOLS SCHOOL IS ONE OF THE VERY BEST any other round game money fresh BenJ. Hilton.............MS.JJSS '' Blockill. helmont Annie Lewis..j TP&et., .and.. .. .. .. .. h .. ... .. .. II % 30 11'
: 10. Block 1i. Eaat King
19 2
: SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF TH E SOUTH." from the mint must be provided and Clara F. Stewart........LoU 6 to 11, Block: 114.- Belmont numbering 30 C 25 .TracJ.. .. .. .. .. ., .. .. l' 2 ao 1 n

:: .FOR' FURTHER. INFORMATION$ ADDRESS when any member of the reigning ..< ... ..... ... .. .. .... 1' 2 20 235 o.Lafayette d. Pryor.H UdIlOD.UJt......._..... 10. Block U6. Eut King rt'..:: n : O 2 l5
L. Boley.-..... .Lots 1 and 2. and U and 14, 116 'c I to t. Block .In, East King
At Principal of plock
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, family: Join In a game cards new ract.. .. .. ..
Belmont numbering.- .. .. .. .. .. .: 19 2 89 1 77 .. .. .. 1. : 53 1 Ifn.
P R ed....... ..
rtORIDA. e .Lots 26 and 27. BIO1c ii
: PENSACOLA, money is usually supplIedLondonLadles' Maud D. Hubbard ....,.... 14toU8, Ufcck 119. Belmont num 1:1. KIneU
Field. bering.. ,. ... .. ., .. ?. .. .. ,. .. II f 30. ,If SO Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. 19 3 3& 1''
....... ..
1m .... .
C. H Edgar..............Lots U to 17. Block 122 Belmont numbering n own. .Lot 12, Block 18. East idn'p' Tract.. 11 2 30

.! :I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 J 10 1 C8 Hamfitoa..Let. I. Block 130 East King Tra t.. .. 11 2 30 :113
from a Burn Promptly Relieved .. ... T J.Block W. Ptckett. .. .... .Lot IT. Block .
Pain A. /. Fisher. .....Lo to .Belmont num. : : 1'1. Dat JOnlr Trat't. 2 30 4
: by Chamberlain's ,Pain Balm. bering.- .. .. .. .. .. 13 2 30 1 53 .Josephine Ent'hart.. ;.Lots 11 and 12, Block U%. Eaat AlngLe
chUd. of Michael T. C. Watson & CO..Lots 8 to 12. Block 127. Belmont nm- .., ; .Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. n .. .. 11 % 30 S
A little Strauss of .. .. .. I e -... Stewa.'"".........J.ot Z% and aW ii
: bering. .. .. .' .. .. .. .. 19 J'O 2 00 north of Block'13.
the'St&t of Florida Vernon Conn. was recently in great Bail Chartton...... .....Lot 125. Block 12S. Belmont numbering U S 30 1 95 .., East KIng Tract.: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1:1: Z 30 3 -
of .CaD... .
University the B. ....Lots 2. 4 and 21
pain tram a bum off ,hand and as )L Favorite..AU fractional Block 134 Belment tiumi. Block 135 East KIng .
only) Increased the R. .Saunders. ...........Lots 11 to 17 Block IJ6' Blmcnt: num- Tract.. h .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 11 1 =G % .
CAINISVILLE.IU cold application .berlng.-.. .. .. ... .... .... 19 t 30 liT E. E. Saures.............Lot :6 and east baIt of Lot 27. Blocky
Scientific ,!j/nflammatiort./ : Mr. Strauss came to UnknOWD.,?....,......... of Frac Block 137 Belmont mum .... .. W, East King Tract.. O' .. .. .. .. 13 2 30 3'S
;k high grade In8t1h1UoD tor young men. Literary, Mr. James N. Nichols ''a local merchant bering.-* .... .> .* .. ., 19 2 .) In h n "............. 11. Block 1J1, r..t Kl T t.. It 2 31) fi I)

aad Engineering.counea. for something to;etop the pain.Mr. Emma Harvey............Lot 6, Block 138. Belmont numbering., 19 2 34 63 Co L. 'WlggiDlr,..... ......LoU to 10. Block 140. East King
Gus Johnson.............Lot a. Block 138. Belmont numbrlng.j i* S S* t 35 .. It J ao c.4
4 STR'CT'II'UTARr' DISCIPLINE Nichols says: nadied hta to Ed. Payne...,.... ,.......LoU 9 and 10,. Block 133, Belmont K. B..w lfe.-. .. = .:ibtd. fLcis; t'io.i.'BI k

wse Charobertan'} (PaJn Calm .jmd the S numbering.. .. .. .. ,. ., .. ,. .. .. 19 3 30 3 13 w:. c. ..... 140. East King TrKt."' .. .. ". .. .. 13 t 10 11
In QaraejrUle September 26th. For catalogue first apptcattoa: drew .out the iafljammatton Unknown.................Lot %2. Block: 138, Belmont numbering 13 3 30 2 (0 'ormaD..Lot_'... .. 13 and east half of 42. Block 142. .
Fan term open ....... East KIng Tract.. .. .. .. .. ..
Oliver White ... .LoU 1 anti 2. Block 141. Belmont num- A.1C._... ...n__ l' 2 30 It
: and .information,address. __, v and gave immediate relief. I bering.- .. .. .. .. .. 18 I. 30, N c ..:........LotB 11 and 18, Block 143. East KIng
SUEBD> President bETS used Kt: ivery often for cuts J. C. Morgan............Lots 25 ta 27. Block 150. Belmont num. Tb Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. % 31) 1u
L ANDREW burns strains and lame back and bering .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 19 2 39 1 27 Paisley.............. 11. Block ?S' Eaat iclnii Tract.. 1 2 31>>
CUUWE5VHl ; FLQKIBA. it T. C. Watson Co. ....Lots 11 and 12. BlOck r-lIT Belmont nkflowu....,.. ,.........Lots 21 and. %%. Block 147. East King

have never known to disappoint- numbering ,. .. t. .... .... .. .' 1 2 39 1 15 Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I. .. l' 3 30 J"
S For sale by all, druggists.; Tr. St. Catherine's C urch.Lgt 24 and south 30 feet Of 25 to 28, .2 -
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