The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
July 8, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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SUIU loftier TIn Ient-Day SpVirit R Tallahassee Will Retain Fe
Inhabits feel Easier w of '-td Colege.
That the Flee Has Gr om of Six Weeks At pts to Chicago Father Tossed Six-
Arrived. ill Wife a Then Tkes PRESIG'D!NW WAS RECEIVED BY Months-ld Infant Over Bdge PREDENTSSLEDDANDMUR,
AND AIL ONHER WAYOD-with drowning his lx-months-old boy
MESTIC DISTURBANCES ARE SE COUPLE HAD A9PAREN D in the Chigo river. The arrest ol- pl to The Jeual.
EI Slowed the recovery of the body to-dE Tallahasee, July 7.-The
RIOUS. HAPPILY AND AFM A C RE Asbury P N. J., July 7.--Pres- and the Identification of the man by board of control, which was app
Sent Rooselt arrived here about 2 Anna Wicker, the child's mother. She under the Buckman bill to deold
IATED A $ENSATION-WIFE IS o'clock to-day, and was met at the sta said Wicker left home after a qu'. location. of the various state in
By Associated tion by a large crowd. rel, saying: "I'll take care of this tons of learning, has decided to
By associated PJul. .. YOUNG AND EXTREMELr. BAU. When he arrived at the auditorium kid." the schools as follows
.. rssi.vsk. July 7.-The Black where the conventi o of the National According to the mo her, Wieber State University-Gainesville.
arrived here to-night and will TIFUL AND SEBMED T HAVE Educational Association was being had objected to supporting the child Female College-Tallahassee.
hwd. The authorie have HUAN'SENTIRE D TONheld, the audience rose and eeted and been arrested on her complaint Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institut
.d he townd Th recommendth tigs have HI N' ENTIRE i N. him with the Chautauqua salute. The for failure in this repeat. Augustine.
d,: not to go upon the streets president Immediately began -the de- President Sledd, of the State U
;h Kinat Potekinhe appeared delivery of his address. He said: Afternoon Repot. sity and President Murphee, o
hs:s K is at the head pf the ew Orleans, July 7.--The; news of The Preeident'a Addresa. Chicago, July 7.-Mystery surrounds Female College, were both re-ap
h same me, on the north- deof hn d I am to hve the suicide of John L. F andthe identity of a well-dressed man ed, with power to select their
, a-, of the Black Sea. attempt to take the life of h h charm m glee ad to have the chance of has thrown a six-months'-old baby faculties, subject to the approve
ing young wife in the Lamus hotel, at sociatio; foril tis democra Into the north branch of the Chicago the board.
Protect Arrives. plan yesterday, was r ed this land there ino more enuie river near the Webster avenue rail. A Hard Fight
sia. July 7.-A Russian crui-morning by a gentleman had land there Is otoregenthisne. tly dem- road bridge. The baby was drowned The fiht for the tion
arrived to protect the town. r- known the man and hisyo bride- truly democratic, because here each association than this. and its body was recovered by the State University by Lake Cit
ihabived to protect the town. they were only marri ed r sixtruly member meets every other member ba dge teder who witnessed the act Gainesville was a hard one an(
inhabitants who flea, while weeks ago. during their s stay in eerter the er
az Potemkine was in port are New Orleans. The advices from th as his peer without regard to whether Two men saw the deed, but th e which decided it stood 6 tof ainesville. Talla
Scene of the sucie and tpt- he is the president of one of the great child murderer escaped, although an the unavor of Gainesv e. Tallahasse bo
s ed murder, stae that lhird two unlveFsities or the newest recruit to a murderer t although the unanimous choe of the boa
Cpltor. --Vsshots at his wife, and- the ing the that high and honorable profession onlye ml eto atchh m The the Female Colle the sta
so. July 7.--&dmrul Cboukn weapon to his own bfeissV bed one which has In l~s charge the upbringing Is a description of the culprit furnish- ral school this year, and in a(
te G oo Gnn< bulet through his heart. a o sho ebrs wia thes ed by the witnesses. He isbelieved ance with a resolution passed b
wte ter the deed was commit cu oro- who In a few short years will them- to be the faher of the child,
satSt the ter J eed a selves be setting the destinies of this buit Lak
rderedto capture or tr new's Juryreturned a ve ct a ition. It nt to much to say that be used for one year by the iv
K:iaz Patemkine.d -de. ....eftV. .or ofhst e
Kaz Pot ine. No ews as t t a "republ ls that e by educators,the t ille n b
yTo.gE P OF CORNELIUS P. SHEA. young Mrs. Flynn could up -re l .. Tv ilct
pe. p ura July 7.--124cp. D Shea has recetlyr soe e the public eye more or less as the principal the hour of going to .pres. "o wa e o ot as
P-ee surg. -12:ki e dietor the tsa e stke Ch yeao pat sd aon y be, we f ave at least firm- GETTING NERVY TW O CHILDREN
-The KniaPotemkineescapedatwosh tsate merhel thabt F didno t syIy grasped the fact that wp can not do
Theodosia before the Black Sea wheth the hr, hutd our part in the difficult and all-Impor-
a .d there from Sebastopol, whether the woman was hurt. tant work of self-government, that we New York, July 7.-or the rst AR
a- :ht fite: did not put into Tbeo- g andi lft heodoSIA. Al111 Motive a Mystery. can not rule and goverp ourselves, un- time since Raissuli's raids on the road
doa is presumed the warship rate s clear t ashe ed Just why Flyn tried totakethelife less we pproah the sk with devl. fom Tangier to Fes, two Amercan
S I ..s of the Kniaz Potemkine. a British hip he b eof his wife and then end his o ped minds sad t ed characters, tourists have undertaken the journey By Associated Press.
h, advice. received by the admir- released and thea aid awa. T worldly sufferings s something of a You teachers make the whole world to the Moorish court by the direct Pittsburg, Jply 7.-Two ch
however, are meagre and most reports as to the d on taken by deep mystery which will only be your debtor. If you id not do your overland route say the Tangier cor are dead another is painfully b
"-Eng 1 is considered possihs the Knr iadmr i em u d do of the en solved when Hon. A. Villaret, of work well this republl would not en- respondent of the Herald. They are and Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Brand
Ensin and Quartermaster" AdmiralWiref Bayou Sara, La., received a letter from dure beyond the span of the generation. James Roosevelt, a relative of the parents, are in a serious condit
ff who commands the Kniz the deceased', which was addressed Moreover, as an incident to your avow- president, and J. C. White, s.,n of the the result of the explosion of a
ine was advised of the fleet's (Continued a Page F .) I shortly, before the bloody deed was ed work, you render some well-nigh American ambassador to Italy. They lamp at their home on Rob
S ammitted The nimpressiond ame unbelievable service to the country, are bearers of a letter of Introduction road, Spring Hill, Allegheny
committed. The impression among For Instance, you render to the repub- to several court dignitaries. lt night.
the friends of the couple here waslearthnivc f.
,~4ttc/m pt/^ Suicide I If that they were happy when they left lic the prime the Ytal service of amal.
Attem pted Suicide New Orleans for Kaplan some weeks garnating i nto one homogenous body
B forsomhinthe children alike of those who are Sulta Acts Promptly
sgo, and unless, something has occur- born here and of those who come here
red since then they can assign no re- from so many different lands abroad.
son for the rash act.You furnish a common training and
TAKING PRECAUITIONARY MEAS John L. Flynn, who originally came common deals forng and O the Am erican Proteildren of all
v-rb.hro. Ky.. July 7.-After a Jealousy was the cause. Mathley, 0o URES TO OFFSET THREAT- from the state of Mississippi, though the mixed peoples who are here being
-emp at suicide. Robert Mathc the scaffold, delayed that a woman the dispatches give his home as New futhsed into peoples who are here belingno
haned at ui in te Ja swore his life away. During the night ENING ATTITUDE OF Roads, Pointe Coupee parish, and small degree due to you and your e no By An oclate d Press m of the situation sent GallI Bey
Shared at sunrise in the 1a Mathley tore the vealns It his irm Miss Virginia Hudson, daughter of C. forts that we are one people instead an protestontinople, J ity to which A. Minister of ambassadors to an at Prn
v for the murder of Emma and nearly ble to death before his NORWAY. F. Hudson, of Greely, Col., were mar- of a greul of jarring peoples. can protest on th
and James Gregson. The attempted suicide was discovered. He tried on May 27 at the residence and A. Gardluli, the firstdragoman of the land to express to him his mos
Committed June 26, 1904. was 40 years of age an a contractor. boarding house operated by C. M. De Money Is Neseasary. legation was subjected y the polUe cere regrets and to announce tha
o y sooktd 1 Forest, 818 Lafayette street, between Moreover, where altogether too brought. prompt redress. The sultan spy had been instantly dlsnse
s --- Stockholm. July 7.-The Associated Carondelet and Baronne streets. much prominence is given to the mere immediately after he became aware incident is thus closed.
h adr Press has high military authority for The wedding ceremony was perform- pomenco I w enltothe mere
stating thotherat Sweden s ingreu-ed by Rev. Dr. Ray of the Carondelet possession of wealth, the country is
ooh retioa rchurth t t --tu-rch. e w unbodey as this, which substitutes for the evenn SeSe "sJim Crow "
Are Charged W rof Norway- Miss Hudson and her father came to nItely loftier, nonmaterialistic ideal of
devotion -to work worth doing simply Law Puzzles The
Assoiatedun n ,p,,,.,REV l1C1 LYNCHED (Continued on Page Three.) for that works sake. I do not in the
Bv Aociatd Pa. ~one and the me person. They eclar- o least underestimate the need of hav.
Jul'7 .-Mrs. Matilda Bon- ed that while posig as "Robert Cline, FOR TIE UIUj. ilE ing material prosperity as the baals of By Associated Press. sengers, in order to avoid the law
r "' 4tr Mar, h" a cattle b, er fr- Tezas, he rried r our civilization, but I most earnestly Nashville, Tenn., July 7.-The new need only to occupy the Virginia
r daugn es of M aerj, thae o e Ky,.. .,Je avme., July 7.-A ,ecial S A ~ II insist t *hat if our civillation does not Tennessee street car law meets with of the eca but athe negroes o
S" cy in connection with Cuttiag and later before the grand trom rhelbyvdlle, Ky., sa bsty s n ever rat ong the a p situation at Bristol, Tenn. certain space.
Stos secure for Charlotte lury. the dippdo widow t t l- charged withe ang a white w- JU 7 really great peoples. A certain Two-thirds of the car line i on the The situation is such as pe
o",w's share in the estate lioaire did not appear to te her charged with assaulting th re- amount of money is of; course a neces- state line between Tennesee and Vir- would not occur at another pla
Solonel George T. Cliae. mother and sister am g that she was man at Normandy, was inched t hr sary thing, as much Ier the nation as ginia, being in the middle of state the United States, since the state
Sfr which the Bonders being conned tn as basa asylum. to-day. He was being taken to Sl By AMssociated Prem. for the individual; and there are few street, dividing the cars lengthwise, is exactly in the center of State
S -" if valued at almost P,- Judge Cutting to recgnaise byville for safe keeping nd when movements in which I more thorough- This puts one-halt in Tennesyee and and exactly In the center of the
Swthe claims of Char e and the train reached Normandy twenty- Southern League ly believe than in the movement the other halt in Virginia. Negro pas- car liie.
which was told to Judge recommended that t mgra T in- Ore men entered the coach an rid- Nashville 4, Atlanta 5. to secure better remuneration for
Bender and her daugh- vestigate. As a result the mote and died Beard with ballets as he sat n Montgomery 3, Birmlngham 4. our teachers. But, after all, the ser
S hs ago, hangs on their sister of the claimant were dicted the car. Little tRock 1, Memphis 2. vice yot .render is incalculable, be- Official Announcem ent
.a: Robert Cline, now and the indinests kept asuet until cause of the very fact that by your
S. dead mlonaie we their INHALED FUMES Washing^ton 0, New York 3, trustt to be worth saerfe, and that you are f Root's Appointm
SPaul o FROM FURNACE W hngton 1 New York 5, (second work if this work r of good tooe
l remainss of Paul Jones fROMUv 1. y By Asoiated P_ train urng the return of the

oC w o n U. C. DDnfc-1,n ,y Associated Pres. Detroit 1, Chicago 4. The Real Dabiger of Wealth. Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 7.-Offcal dental party from Cleveland.
Now on Uf S. S. B oklyn .tt .,July. 7-Wrn_.- St. Louis 12, Cleveland To fuaish In your lives such a real. announ ent was lher personal reaso etta
Chattanooi. e y-ue To furnsh in .r lw s a that I.iz u Root has been appointed the president and by r. ]Root, it
dead and two other boys, FloydNational League. vice to the country. The chief harm secretary of state. The aunno cement deemed desirable not to eoucm
By Assesated Pos. band the United e M and Bob Ross, unconscious from the Boston 5, Philadelphia 7. done by the men of swollen fortune to was made to-day o the authority o decision publily until the pree
J luly 7.-The funeral Brooklyn playing the2010 0Mthen. effects of inhaling tue fumes from the New York 2, Brookly.n 6. thl community is not the harm that srement wasgventb t ecrolio was returned therefore Hatl
r::.g :he boav- of Aduiral T ow nsq* A t led obatbe the Citico furnace early to-day, All of the Cnincinati.4, t, L.ouis 9. the demagogue Is apt to depict as teetial statementowasiet thereoetha
".,aid 50 American saio' .. con resPeC4%d1y 0_cerbM they boys came from Knoxville yesterday Cttcao.-Pit tSDUrg, no game on spnngm thelr actions, but the Lihb: tede stan t oot's desiontos
arrv-ed here from ls d Te c f z rn and went to sleep near the Mae, count of rain. fact that their suc.s Sets up a false eeieR t of the ee r er w d e ooe o
a n enormous crowd our- the body of the ~we d ts in the hospital and w pro- by the president o te c rti t e to d
railroad station ad wit- rookly ta at to- ably is rever, the Ros has entire south tlantic Leag of state He will take the oath of of Will Assume duties a n
.raoiral pi t he bod et ean wi erwe Athe t aeB Ba Wir 1mil at b recovered. Savannah 5, Augusta 1. ( CoatliUed on. ge l ve.) rice in a couple of wedks, but it will It s the intention of Mr. Ro
a l o to'clockint li United necessarily bee some little time before assume the duties of secret
I .ap erected on the wharf o'clock a the closes up his business affIra. He state practically at Dace, athoa
riean steamship Line. The s will not go to Washington poqlmnaM t-, will be perhaps two weeks belo
S beautifully decorated with ly until som e time in Segmber." formally will take the oath of
ei-. eucheons from the R evelt is pfo si onal interests are so
a The American consuL Paris, July T.-4einb-s-qWra eP- .o pr-wAd.Ct r :Roose.r tt he wil he to dote
Hainneville. and many ter left Parts 4 Pred at silent Roots es ai tt he wi a to o ar
r, took part in the we- where he will r for Nw 3eYork onM T bl ic s o o -t"am. Want Ads. s deeplyeatMr.tRoot i3 eatofthe beforeitr s e to
Tne American savors and the steamer T pmstif"eefala. gmiag g ( is wa M'O V ttA& sce nsibde of er. lmai o them beforemheaoesnto h
v,,rE drawn up i battalion A number aIt I"-bile&ua:" a.-oto&C ti eonhmI0caod su"by1L i a ak tt i
he body was borne between compsatle lthe to the 641a and A hi o ILI 11 P E, S QOUSWto WitW 411,69 he4he accac t]eheaab o
:nr Prench ad Amerna geve him a aMhs O _Pi ---. d e of -Vape.-est he uS- gle up
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vory, and none are greater favorites
than well cooked fungi, and the souls
of vegetarians yearn for them.-Pear-
sOn's Weekly.

*ome w* BalaM e Which Have Not
been Out For Centuries.
There are domestic fires burning in
Yorkshire, England, today which have
never been out for hundreds of years.
At the old fashlmoed farmhouses in the
dales of Yorkshire peat Is still burned.
The fuel Is obtained from the moors,
and stacks of it are kept by the farm-
ers in their stack garths.
The country round about is noted for
Its "girdle cakes," which are made
from dough baked nl quaint pans sus-
pended from, the peat fires. These fires
are kept glowing from generation to
generation, and the so warms him-
self at the Ire which warmed/his sire
and his grandsin and his grandsire's
sire and which will warm his son and
his o'. no.w
There Is r fi at Castleton,.n the
Whitby 4 ct Which has be burn-
0g for vr20M years. The record
rebably M held by a farmhouse at
Osatherly, in the same district. The
lee has been burning for 000 years,
and tbhee are records to show that it
has not been out during the last three
emturies.-St. Imtls Post-Dispatch.

A winter who has been investigating
the oldM sbfeetof supertitlon among
burglaMrs gives-tit U his coclusion that
a. burglar will "crack" a bouse where
a female sedroat that squints is kept
If a btglar sees three different horew
p dmwa t a day be will not "work"
tant lght. One man in the dock cm-
teame tt members of his profemllam
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you if you desire a first-class Piano.
New Pianos from $100 to $600.
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
smallest regular ,Ptano made for young
and old alike, $100 to $175.
It will pay you to call or-write us.

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elusive evidence:
Mrs. A. Cuomings, of 402 West
tendencia street, says: "I must sa
that Doan's Kidney Pills, which I pu
chased at Sidney Kahn's dr1
store, No. 9 South PaIafax street
are a rellje remedy. My kidney
,have )oohoqed me f6r a great man
years. tV r was a tired feeliN
about me all the time and any eze:
tion used me up entirely. My bat
pained me so at times that I could n(
rse from a chair without assistant
An old friend of mine recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills to me years ag
as they had cured him of a serious
ki4ney complaint. I neglected getting
a box from time tootime, but final
when I saw them advertised in th
New Orleans Item I started to us
them and they proved to be a splendid
remedy. I have used some five c
six boxes and they have corrected th
kidney trouble, and the tired, war
out feeling which existed all the tim
disappeared and my back does nc
ache as it formerly did. I have 1r
commended Doan's Kidney Pills t
several and know others who hay
used them with the most satisfactory
For sale by all dealers. Price 5
cents. (Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalk
N. Y., sole agents for the Unite
Remember the name-Doan's-an
take no other.
Takes the burn out; heals the
wound; cures the pain. Dr. Thomas',
Electric Oil, the household remedy.

l fA very pleasant bay trip was en-
--- jW N joyed Thursday Agft by aa nuber of
f m Myoung folks of the city, Mass Lille Wil-
.-w mo, mai*,lHams being hoteu, md Mrs. Oeo.
Bredt atl Mr. an4 MM JoaN Kohler,
_, chaperones. The. -ty bearded the
iIPR~tENTATIVES OF FMAN- ambler for tbh# eaIng; Station
CIAL HOUSES IN THE CITY at 6:30 and naN *trri lg there re-
I fe. .. ents were ervd and a.gaeral
REAOY TO BID ON BONOS. good time enjoyed. At. 10 'clock the
Party landed in Pensacola, everyone
THOUGHT THEY CAN BE FLOAT, praising the hostess on the success ot
the outing.
ED AT 4/2 PER CENT. INTEREST. Among those who enjoyed the even.
Ing were: Misses Oclce Cfubbs, Flossie
and Georgia Boyer, Helen Biggs, Alma
There will be a meeting of the city Esmond, Mabel preen, Mae and Min-
council on Monday nig-. which, it is le Burton, Phala Keeling, Nell Rich-
...-.... ards, Florence May Marston ,Edith
expected, will prove of more than or- Lusk Messrs. Wilbur Robinson, John'
dinary interest as upon this occasion Fllnn, Frank Williams, Walter Mow-
the bond ordinance will come up on bray, Walter Bennett, John Jones, Cad
second reading and the mayor also Jones, Howard Burton, Frank Boyer,
Will. and 'red Lusk, Clyde Burton,
promises to submit some interesting Ramon and Will Richards.
figures to the council anent the stock
Seed question, about which so much WHAT TOTEMISM 18
has been said during the past few ,--..
weeks. f Est e anm Iatatrettaw ind Little
Considerable Interest is lent to the Uce ateed sbget.
bond matter by the fact that there It ts interesting to notethat totemism
"are at preent in th ct r ent Is found not only in Alaska, but among
are at present in the city represents-' the abo-
tives of New York and Chicago fan- te North Amerinthe bo
cial houses who, It is stated, are pre- rigines of Australia, the Hottentots of
parea' to take the bonds as soon as Africa and even the hill tribes of In-
they are issued. It is expected that dia. Totems are also common among
the bonds, when issued, can be floated the BamoRans
at par on the basis of four and one- Broadly the totem Is the badge of a
half per cent. interest. clan or tribe, but It signifies a great
Mayor Bliss was busy yesterday deal more than mere political or social
afternoon with a mass of old bills for alliance. It is not only a tribal em-
the feed supplied to the city stock blem, but also a-fanly sigh; not mere-
but declined to make any statement y a symbol of nationally but also
regarding his investigations other an expression of renglaton; not simply
than to say that the matter would be a e-oprsion ongprm nt imeply-
submitted to the council at the meet- a bond of uni amon primitive peo-
nlg Monday night. It is understood pl.e, but also a regulator of the mar-
that the mayor is not the only one in rage laws and f other social institu-
the city figuring over ancient feed tons. A tote thas been defined as "a
bills. anoa as a consequence a rather class of material objects which a say-
warm session is looked for when this age regards with superstitious respect
matter is taken up by the city council believing that there exists between
him and every member'of the class an
A Card. Intimate and special relation."
This is to certify that all druggists Among the Ojibway Indians there
are authorized to refund your money, are no fewer than twenty-three differ-
if Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure ent totems. Nine of these are quadru.
your Cough or Cold. It stops the peds, marking out The wolf, the bear,
serious results from a cold. Cures Ia bira ne a es and e are
Grippe cough and prevents pneumonia v an e a
and consumption. Contains o opiates. Some extraordinary supersttldn re-
fuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alemberte girdIng totems prevail In Samoa. Thus
Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Pala' It ls believed that if a turtle man eats
fox. Iof a turtle he will grow very Ill, and
the voice of the turtle will be heard In
SEAWEED AS FOOD. his inside saying" "lHe ate me. I -am
I killing him." If a banana man uses a
Whea Dry It Is Rheber Than Oatmeal banana leaf for a cap be becomes bald.
or Indian Corn. If a butterfly meau catches a butterfly
Seaweed is eaten on the coasts of it strikes him dead. It a fowl man'
Scotland and Ireland In vast quanti- eats a fowl delrasuat d death.results,
ties and, though unpalatable and fla- and so on, all going to show that the
vorless, is at times the chief food of totem has something of the quality of
the poorest. a fetich as well as the significance of
When dry it is richer than oatmeal or a family emblem.
Indian corn in nitrogenous constituents Regarding totemism, It Is to be noted
and takes rank among the most nutri- that the relation of mutual help and
tiops of vegetable foods,. protection includes also the totem It-
To prepare seaweed for the table it self-that Is to say, If a man takes
should be steeped In water to get rid of care of his totem he expects the to-
the salt with which it is Impregnated, tern to return the compliment. If the
and a little carbonate of soda removes totem is a dangerous animal It must
the bitter taste, which to some palates not hurt his clansmen. The scorplon
Is most disagreeable. It should then be men of Senegambtta declare that the
stewed in milk or water till mucllagi- most deadly scorpions will run over
nous and Is best flavored with vinegar their bodies without hurting them.
or pepper. There Is a snake elan nl Australia
Fungi are almost everywhere largely which holds to a similar belief. Among
eatep., though in England less atteu. the crocodile clan of the Bechuanas if
tion is paid to them than they deserve, a man is bitten by a crocodile ot even
and few kinds appear at table. has water splashed on him by one he is
A curious error is to suppose that expelled from the clan as one esteemed
fungi are eatable and toadstools pol- unworthy by the totem.-Rousekeeper.
sonous. No such line of demarcation
exists nor, strictly speaking, has the
name toadstools any precise meaning. ASf
Very many fungi are edible, and the nmw
common agaric usually eaten In Eng- iJ- -W
land is not the most palatable and
whnfrnm. V'v mail. awe miw oa.




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ThatMade Milwaukee Famous


Special to The Journal.
SMilview, July 7.-The picnic at
*Millview Bayview park was well at-
tended on the fourth, many Pensaco-
lians being present.
Mrs. Cowley and little soB, of Mo-
,blle, are visiting Mrs. Cowley' ather.
Mr. J. T. Windham, and will remain
with him through the summer.
. Miss Fla-ia Westmeyer and Miss
Katie Barrow, of Pensacola, returned
home Wednesday after several days
visit to Miss Vessle Bggr in Mill-
Mrs. Gus Lawson, of Scratosn,
Miss., is visiting friends in Miliview
this week.
Mrs. Joseph Prattlove left Monday
for a three months visit to relatives.
Mr. A. D. Carter has returned home
-after a delightful visit to relatives in
Athens, Ala.
Miss Sybil Wheat spent Saturday,
with .friends in Pensacola.
Mr. C. M. Wheat is thinking of
moving his family to bcranton, Miss.1
-We shall regret to see them leave our!
little town where they have made
many friends.
Mr. W. B. Howard's family, of Mont-.
gomery, went down to their summer
on Perdia'o Beach Thursday.
Mr. J. L. Windham was a visitor in
-Pensacola Sunday. '
Mrs. Cowley and her sister, Miss
Carrie Windham, are visiting Ar.
Vaughn's family at Muscogee th!._
week. i
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Westmeyer, of:
iPensacola were among those present
at the picnio here on the fourth.
Miss Nellie Wheat,. of Bay Point,
Pla., is visiting relatives in Millview
this week.
Mr. Banks and Mrs. Winters re-
turned to their homes in Montgomery
:Thursday after a pleasant visit.
Mr. D. B. and Mr. Robert Morrison,-
of Pensaoola, spent Sunday with
friends In Millview. I
A party of young tolks enjoyed a;
ride Thursday evening on Mr. Irvin i
Staple's naptha launch. The party
was composed of Miss Sybil Wheat,!
Miss Vessle Biggs, Miss Lizzie Fell,
Miss Lillie Walker, Mr. Clyde Wheat,
Mr. Anson Wheat Mr. Oscar Walker,
Mr. Johnson Waters, Mr. Wesley Fell
and Mr. Irvin Staples.
Miss Pearl Williams, of Pensacola,
spent several days with relatives in
Millview and attended the picnic at
Bayview Park on the fourth.
Mr. John Roberts is bringing in
some fine watermelons from down the
hay this week.
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I Goodness Knows the Goodness Shows I

In0 aw mr low shoes. for r w awr.

Like usual, our reputation for the past nine years tells
your we stand behind every sale.

No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.


Phone 690.

117 S. Palafo Street


John Mwaase. Jackson Brandon. T. D. Adam&

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Intendewnca saM Bel' P pMm
Bayton 8t. 57.
N jqb to big or small for s. We do work I any pat of the
city ad alsO, out*se the city. .
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W V ve mrytmng &hat othrs have and everything
Sthat the- man don't have, and at cut prices.


Linen is in extreme vogue abroad; not only for the morning and conn.-'
try costumes, but likewise for those of -more formal intent. A. rose pink C
linen is shown in the picture, this decorated with many tiny ruffles of a '
may- batiste that matches the linen exactly as to tina. The corsage is planned
Si bolero form that falls over a deep fitted girdle that displays the extreme
of the long straight and pointed front. The batiste ruffles are arranged In
fiohu form, coming to a point both back kid tront, broad over the shoulder
ew and narrowing tq the waist-line. The sleeve, a simple puff of linen, shows '
l- the same decoration. The skit is 1i an exceedingly intricate model, and
displays several novel features.,- There it a box-pleat down the eeater front -:
thUs unbroken from band to hem. 81S-es and back are circular in cut, the o -
top fitted without pleats or darts, the second section a the subeesdi l
S ore with amaS Sed tuc to 4ispose of the tafo eas d
tbhe' g ce is constreq Jr the extrpme of the creular -mode.-
showing fua godet folds In thOa n the war around. Two plate
Ses of betiate decorate this l -in" m IJartad with ar -- '
cloth to -etala the correct ke aI I ars f t oW liaumSI.M&

tandatd Go lat Sugar, 1 pounds for.. .....
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Special to The Journal.
Olive, July 7.-Quite a crowd from
this place spent the 4th at beautiful
Florida Town. Among those in at-
tendance vas Mrs, Alice Creighton.
Misses ttte a-d Viola Baxstrvoi
returned to Pensacola Monday after
a pleasant visit to Miss Lizzie Mer-
A very nice family picnic was given
at Murphy's Mill the fourth which was
enjoyed rb ll11 who attended. Those
present were Mrs. D. M. Merritt and
three children, Leslie, Gladys and
Richard', Mrs. and Mr. J. M. Harper
and little son, Joseph Mr. and Mrs.
Dud Hoyt and children, Misses Emma,
Cleo and Mable Johnson and Miss
Harritt Beal, Mr. an4 Mrs. Bob Black-
shire, Mr. and Ms.#JJ. H. Davis and

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four children, I. N., Annie, Kenneth By Associated Press.
and Fay, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rutheriord Ottawa. Ont., July 7.-A Winnepeg
and children, Alice and Robert and dispatch says there is a rumor to the
others, effect that a big scheme is being engi-
Mr. Jm. Majors, of Pine Barren, neered by James J. Hill to amalgam-
spent the' fourth with parents here, ate the Grand Trunk Pacific, the
returning )yesterday at noon. Canadian, Northern and the Great
S t" 'Northern railroad systems. It is even
WELL KNOWN TOBACCO MAN held that the scheme includes the in-
", FOUND DEAD IN BED. corporation of the International, thus
-making possible the operation of two
Knoxville, Tenn., Jhly 7.-C. C. trans-continental lines, utilizing all
Dromgooe, manager of salesmen for; the roads mentioned and the proposed
the R. A. Patterson Tobacco company, i extension of Mr. Hill's road, the V. V
of Richmond, Va., was found dead in i and E. in British Columbia. *
his bed at the Cumber!and hotel here I
this morning. He arrived here last Clinical Authority Dead.
night, and intended to start upon a va- Vienna, July 7.-Prof. Nothnagel,
cation trip this morning. Heart affec-' tie well-known clinical authority, died
tion is assigned as the cause. to-day of apoplexy.

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So- --ir cu t t eJ g. t city oagt the Circuit ourt thi
ar to of Hny B. PhiMps, probate Judg3r !iU SHOES

b. accord y the o the will of Abbe Doge the court 5 bots assorted SkirtBalance of Nettleton's Shoes for 5 grade, at .50 ar.
pDepty am mdiSr lt ev- he spent a laon time and worked hard Balance of Iadies' Sailors, P aveise c each. Men's $2.00 and $.50 Shoes in this sale at $1.48 pair.

aed upom lots 1 an c ateI 97 We st Kr r t a iess th e o and I have come to the onls on 1 case of Sweetheart oap at 4 package. end's Canvas Oxford Shoes n this sale, 9c pair.
deet against the city s paid the that the judgment of the lower ofrt la Lades' Shirt Waiat uiets to Close atc suit tat.s

iK u nUwiw a property will bt e sold b o the sherof n should be esrmed." Balance of ndles' Bed Necklaces at Se each.
IA_ _- y History o f the Cats Ladies' ione Skirts in Dhis sale at startling prices
rl t X 1~E fgtr hee ba-d soao tihe utn wored ovod p Balance of Cretonne Cha s at 4c yard. ea t
Mo.o -- Jnes t Cre le wa-m city cation of probate of the last will and 4 i ch Fine w t at a Balance of Men's Laen Crash Suits at $199 suit .
e. A7 marshal and w a t fe of- tfoament P aabbrse o e e bon s of New French Organdy at 10 ae. 2 ew cases of lat Soeeam Drawers, 8c pair, 3 for $1.00
C C g in *I dif*ci by the a eyard the atn being ed, has emen for the asto thirty 50 Ladies' Dressing Cases at $1.15, to close 4 cases Men's Union Made Overalls, 38 pir.
sbseently rated by the scity coWn o bf the prot oert and 100 bolts of Medicate d Nursery Diaper at a sacre. See them. Balance of Men's Night Shirts, 35c each.

cli, the u ptS beg or 0 y- the Circuit Court in one form and Grandest bargain on earth in Lai Uerwear The above items are in addition to what are already advertised.
Mr. Credible made several o-rts to an other. Ti-day the decision was on
IVE YOUR HAULtNi TO e .ald te appeal from the decision of Judgets rof- Sweethingt Soap at 4Packag
X Q demand poan the deit for the amount..a e j mepst of the lrobtte

r. rth e e l ell Mary 1e Sale Ends on July 20th.
S1. ,- Au t icag. nailingy o the tosa. gLadiini Scret Skts in this sale ad ssarlandeshursdn
MAULING OF EVERY the fsulO 4l a t of aske d ort of T growe lr oB B te 2on M a; Abram Lo

W "PECIemALt AT NrTN --ve of ttehe ,d t ld sdeame wil aend Bd n Mr S t
PHONE Crs. cuthn t e t Jkandno u rylt Ow tes ae nt a.; Carosine Gallett, of Fe

GANo.ue, present stlo er aunoa. Ale -uk beren- M ore r ank thirteeens Sof L

TI M P s u sqhn l sm u s e d b y t c tlo n = Db o t h e p r o bat e r o u r a n d 1 0 0 b o o Mi a te Ps D at al
L te ar days.therneysit Court n -o m n G u-r, LyAUNCHtS e
r. dll. e o alSioux Falls a0, S. D.; Marion aoFletcher

GIVEl YO oUeR HAtLer w T O o hr hllec te a mon mttad lead W haf r apnpea fr o the agiaso inst thJse
Srero artttendee ei Roleto Mars MacDt s' oneald, Mrs. A. Mlsis,. MacDonaldtt CUbrDtRfBhsmi
mnd upll ta s a trao. Ohe tiU i Mfor VC randh Rev. A. M. MacDonald, her us-

::: Mral Hoy the WlMW rands o- s Olr & I eU*T tnd Rh.i A.u M. Maconha ld inihs pete wither forteveking the wi
S" Wers NO gnd ow nrie ght ridetn crr es has e. e elie s uo ae a Sae de raole
,'.ed Galn tover.o and ea h tat be court Fucta, aWtonhiadbfScetr isnxf te lstwland W iteos;t aenlet Eknd s whu
R. I T cous-n ro.p.oo do July ts. "ame de Te Phil l .n ooarg de cs, ae o
ar r cofCc fr the tn ded "wll theo th rop aTTo nt s o e aer Ne r PRe NT PrN

"AULI OtFr EVE to rRew. other pf amsunt ed erl p e in tea 1 s f t Masste esa h eoirbel ui, tP

,PEIA t 'o-y moring Tor city Calling o t in the am cenarmeh ." Abram, Wase cotetet. and
BtAGGAE tDAY OR te ityfa. theil thMe rs. Dg dw er.and o t t bu th heo Lain in thisit on
T P H f7- porm ahe then Rutt A eriibontet arete mber t. The.en argme, posessed o- by ises- Jmia P 1a hs Gn Pt but tn :riatnm

n ,, aok P u f the sownO lat yef r Sr.. o regatioxu nt a ckso nvile tW sm o nw He declar e long would S. D.; Marieo positionte of hm. to Apsocia te Preeanp
IERS[LYe TOA.D. actress heavny hr us

dar- A ,, c bth th tr pand ;a b dr cep fdo the uctionhat t ets idedpto be w o the Ftrroe10n.c h tu e M ot pc s s p rehde
abel M oore, yers oageherh-t'me atpropertyestexeSCAN DAL TOe RAISED BY TIBnUT TO
atre, and all her personal effects and interest in the Windsor Hotel, in this nth e TO- R Id BY thete
la rge -t a t to dee eno cit r 22 i n es ts, p. of I tn her h ny being one of the assets. M rs.C P iD R O BT E Na N C

h rin arts res:defhe iqn No last tteweek. Dorodgxhe made a will on January 22, dYae L udin A Y EtAnro t
-erday. Th nl s furneo w tres OR Dh1903O, and Ith wasiled f wou bat b the soue For thUGSr proba U s Dy H e riVE
-olinr to Th Suaay ati e F MR h s April 2, 1904. Thatd yoen came the petition ni h l en t the d
and Mresi H. L Glover and ed- OF THE rOdWOU FOUeTHe.ron May. 14, 1S04. to revoke, and much Uo ety an Ican be chartered by the hour,
T Ha is. of Cent1crv, are i the evidence has been elicited since by week. Terms, reasonable.
Me'srs. Gleore and Hauss are ty *AtooRAd Press. contestants and contestantees, the rec- Fishing Tackle and Cooking
,f with the Alger-SulUvan Chicago, July 7-our victims ord showing 1,273 typewritten pages. hee ry Wilson Pmmkes t Tell cse Crew, Wir hai Sm Be HE ALSO PRAISES ROOT FOR PER- sils furnished it desired
Sr Company. Fourth of July aeceiets have died gJudge Phillips on March 24, 1905, de.A E I E h d i
Suather -tly rc; -ren for the Chicago. n dd Iton tw deats wec ded by order "that the probate of tphe Whato omet cEiT Crnin td- Sc rr oficb IN A. AE of a 2A
S"kres M .Vb"hodit Church wil, the result of InJuries received on thy wlill granted i on the 21st ofMarch, A. t ecr nt er
.:d to-night in .he "Dpaor ee tsud e evening of July One ofh themd a. D. 1904, be and the same Is hereby o.CA. o IeIE Eofcs
-o. all the oa ~, ready had been counted is the total cenfirmed."e oment nave ofarnle. Were ri Ainal s. POINTME did. oS t ti.
h e pAleld tohbe rhn a.ed. which in trhe ot country, yo rs thhe The Attorneys in the Case. p.
Tl-o. fishing smacks Rnth A. Welles ahred at varioto se ofs the poBy Associated Press By Asocid Pr re -
ani 14vorite, of tl e fiset of Saunders attorney at vAerioues stages o f t pry. Paris, July w.--uehe minister of ma- By Assohetditys
Co arrived from the fishing bank d rine issued a communication this even- Oyster Bayt
"*i and (he latter wits 3u0 snappers At new lunch counter, Hiaioon ing or contestants, and C. D. Rine- officers who investigated' the charges of the French and German salvage eloquent tribute to the life and services
an Coe penal an dS-paghetti and hart and Eh P. Axtell against the re o of Irregular.ties In the prepation and tugs had succeeded this afternoon in of the late Sere
A large crowd attended the band Roast Short orm seve. Open poking or for contestees. publication of the government cotton-bringing to the surface the submarine an address before the National Ed-
r : in Seville square last night y and night. 319 Soth alafox Th attorneys for petitioners gave reports, preferred by Secretary Cheat boat Farfadet which sank Thursday cational Association at Oean Grove
g rd gratly enjoyed the music furnish- stieet. V. DI L0UsTRO. notice this morning that they would ham, of the Southern Cotton Growers' morning at the entrance of Portsidl to-day. He followed this tribute with
a. Wyers Band. The Friday night Maaer. now carry the case to the Supreme Association, has7 been placed in the Abdallah, Tunis. an estimate of the personal sacrifice The
crowds growing larier. --The Pri ncpal hBenedriay cultural department. He declined to- were supplied to the members of the ing Secretary Hay's successor. The wil run her

a tnd unled sweorf Del leged that Mrs. Dodge, at the time of by torwsicide. For thrk. d S hLAYlE uF tr L h trip

Laney in the municipal has made bel ORLEANS SUICIDE. ed and there' earned of his address court being In session Loadholtz was C P sn =
irdn morning. Four were; ( i LafayetteF street. Mr. Hudson and taken there and County Solicitor Bry-
one case continued, o (Continued From First Page.) his daughter were somewhat excited an fixed ball in the case at $1,500 and rs
e 10 day one sentee a the time, and for that reason It was the prisoner was committee in default Cr t to Roosevelt in ... t
and fines impose amount- New Orleans from their 1ome In Gree- believed there was something wrong. to the county Jaf.
ne miU WMley. This was for the purpose, of However, it developed later that Loadholts was being given a pre- a Few D PALAFOX STREET METHOI
having the wedding ceremony solemn- everything was just as it should have liminary hearing before Justice Parris CHURCH,
Rue Ribbon Lemom or W I azed in -he cty of New Orkans. been, other than that the marriage at his court room, No. 12 South Laura
in your ie cream the The couple, both of whom from all iwas to take place. street, on the morning of Februarn-
trfect an4 besides they appearances were happy after the When the strangers did find Mr. 13th, when the shooting occurred, Miss By As
Sure. Ask t our grocer wedding and the bride's father, re- Pln he engaged rooms for them at May Brown being shot a killed, her Washington, July 7.-Barn e, T Ur ed y, July
....a n Lemon an VanillarV *" mained at the Deforest house for a the same house where he was stop- mother, Mrs. Joseph H. w freeman, be- who will succeedRCount Cassini as am-t. .
lv r couple of days and then left for Kap- ping, and shortly after the arrange. Ing dangerously wounded and-Detec- bassador from Russi to theoUnted Thetug "Monarchll lev
! ": e^ s less. Flavors per-] assist upo It! Have no Ian where Mr. Flynn was employed meats for the wedding were made. tve Cahoo-being shot In the shoulder. States and who comes to .... c f whad a, o the.... .
other. Ble5 admiablyi ar a machinist at the cotton gin of What happened since then is con. A coroner's ury as Impaneled and in the role ol
wOY GOT HOMESWAL. With w l l H. Lichtensten & Son. He held this talked in the foregoingon the 16th of eb ry declared that tie and one of the Russian plenip- and then a run into the Gulf.
position up to the time of his dedth. Mr. Flynn was apparently about 38 Owen Loadholtz was Justiftable In the tentaries to the p~ace conference, Cars will await the rturn.
AND RETURIED HOME. The father of the girl remained Ia this years of age and was considered a killing of Miss BWrown;-*nd he was at reached Wasbington to-day. He will bot.
--ND Tl c ty for a short while, and then left man of Intelligence. His services were once released from the county Jail. remain here not more an woo
S Associated Pre. A a for his home in Greeley. His address highly valued by his employers. Lit- A few ys after the shooting Load- three days, durg w c me an p- A LT, c
Mi.ach., July 7.---ber De- A M there is 714 Main street, and accord- tie else is known of the man here. bolts left Jackonvtlle and went to pointment will be made-o the preseh- CIILDREN, - 20 I
) :,' a reported toineblouked Ing to a statement of his local friend, Mrs. Flynn is considerably younger Lake Butler to visit relatives and tatlon of hs credentia to tree presi-_ _,_,
S car that left Detroit last he conducts a fashionable restaurant. than her late husband. She is a rather since that time has been absent from dent.
S'a, returned home. With Before he left Ner Orleans Mr. HIid- good looking young lady and has a Jacksonville. t. o o, Commla Read.
he had entered the car Try t y son approached Mr. DeForet and re- childlike face. Last Monday be trned hera e to wRoot's Comaso, -l .- -'. Ba U s
re:ues-ting another boy to qtested that be take good cage of bis settle pmoe business airs, and was Washington, July 7.---au R.'s Bath Hous
The tinanotheree boys boyecame daughter He said that was the first to have returned to Lake Butler yes- commission as Secretary of ate has P NK 1AR, P
,rd a threighte boys becain e ghea hJ od ae an the s ort, terday ajltergon. been prepared at the State Depart- Iw open. Just cue block ft
.- whn they r d N n timetheyhd eerom bepeanc p t m n 'tr v Loadh ge d boarded a ftie an, who was a veteran of the OLD STORY known to his friends and the authori- the president's sign tln. Open day and night
civil war felt the separation vVy s mn ties and be himself did not endeavor --- p ibe only. lefti&jheats
Slotel Arrivals: w. L k He was visibly Sfected. to conceal It. In talking Tuesday to a Bonaparte on Duty. t Best place in ,e ciy
nHotel Arrivals: ThoaS. L MrDeFst could not e Up to member of the police force 14adholt-i Washington, July 7-Secretary CVALLOS AND ZARA
S ad-. L" C. Pasch&ai Alaba- te* eopie left the city ao ewa N for troupe sano was pectly. w killing his duties at the navy department. m
|B""ad- the anrrTage and that was the to be taiM n custody and be tried P a H
H. Patterson. li ,e, la seen of the two. They had not Gotd aSId be L m o n the .att hm Investigatlns Omrdered
S kr.. sperger. Ohio. N w Orle nsasinces .th e tere Sebes top C a n a
M-ELONS M;ss Th1 o at- T POSTU M I be aI E .._i has haed ,.' the ftud. C a._.
IVE---ODYi do dhe j uly tam ba-l a ispcnveutlati- the inutimp oJ

3RBO When Min aeHundson ar Inh Iretfer0tg,, e of the Pregquts a
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When you leave the city for your QUARRELED.
es mer vacation have The PSma cela The Birmingham Ledger has gone
Journal foll Phone you. Notify l to writing comedy, the latest being a
Phonection synopsis of the little Wallace.
Taft tete-a-tete about which the news-
Death of papers have had so much to say re-
H L. M. ar cently. If the Ledger's words were
Hon L sWare set to music, It might pass for comic
The death of Hon. L M. Ware, at opera, but here it is Just as the Ledger
St. Andrews. July 4th, removes from Imagined it:
Florida one of the state's most inter- Engineer Wallace said: "I have re-
esting and well-known characters. signed the job because I do not want
A republican in politics, the deceas- it, but if you insist I will work till you
get a man." Said Mr. Taft: "I demand
ed was respected by political friend your resignation this moment." Said
and foe alike, and his personal friends Mr. Wallace: "I resigned yesterday
were numbered only by his personal and you know it." Said Mr. Taft:
acquaintances. "You gave up the Job for more lucre."
a aSaid Mr. Wallace: "I gave it up for
Mr. Ware was elected to the legisla- health, pleasure and causes that you
ture from Washington county and know full well. I have dollars
served in the session of 1903 as the enough." Said Mr. Taft: "You ought
to be more patriotic." Said Mr. Wal-
only republican member of that body lace: have served my ountrWal
-a distinction which can be appre- longer than you have at.d will brook
ciated by those who .know something no scolding from you." Said Mr. Taft:
of the solidity of the democratic party "I will publish an offl2tal card about
ia Florida. In 1904, he was the candi- you." Said Mr. Walace: "If you do
dat Fofrhida.In forepastheI Iwill make a statement to the public."
date of his pat for representative in Said Mr. Taft: "I will say that you
congress from the third district, love money more than you love your
though, of course, with no hope of country." Said Mr. Wallace: "I will
being elected. tell that you said you only want a
bin ldeh constructing engineer on the Isth-
'His death will be a loss to St. mus." Then the two men glared at
Andrews where he had lived for To each other and Mr. Wallace walked
many years, and a source of regret to out into the world no longer in the
government service, and Mr. Taft
those who knew him in ery Part o wrapped the flag around his rotund
t te .ae, body and wrote the card.
We, the people of the United States,
smiled and sail, gentlemen, you are
ExoSrnator Call's both our hired men and you are both
efficient officials and we like you and
Flop to RoOKtwlt you can scrap:It oOt in any way that
In a recent issue the Washington seems pleasant to you. We, the peo.
P o ....i B t ... l r... t . pie, are-satisfied.

declaration as follows:
Ex-Senator Wilkinson Call of Flor.
ida, is out as a pronounced Roosevelt
man. He recently gave an interview
to the Metropolis, an evening news.
paper published at Jacksonville, 4n
which he declared his support of
Roosevelt for the presidency. He has
organized a Roosevelt club at Ortegai,
ta suburb of Jacksonville, where he re-
sides. and has provided the organiza-
tion with a club house. All this has
attracted considerable notice in the
south, and has led to much specula-
tion as to whether it is an initiatory
step toward Mr. Call identifying him-
self with the republican party perma.
neatly. Some, of course, are saying
that Mr. Call is after an office, but
in any event his action is bound to
have no little influence in the south.
Mr. Call is now past 71 years of
age. He was elected to the senate af-
ter the civil war, but was not permit-
ted to take his seat. He was again
elected to the senate for the term
beginning in March, 1879, and served
there continuously for three terms,
making eighteen years.
Commenting on the Post's interest-
ing. but somewhat overdrawn, esti-
mate of the ex-senator's importance In
Florida and the south, the Montgomery
Jouraal asies the matter up in what
we regard as a very co-rect way, as
We had not noticed the purported
interview in the Jacksonville Metrop-
olis, but we do not doubt that it ap-
peared in the Metropolis as stated in
the Post. What we wish to say, how-
ever, is that we have not seen any
comments on the interview in any
aosthern paper. The Post, therefore,
so far as we have seen, is mistaken
In the assertion that "all this has at-
tracted considerable notice at the
* dth, and that "there Is much spec-
ulation as to whether this is an initia-
tory step toward Mr. Call identifying.
himself with the republican party per-
The interview and the action of
Call, have fallen stillborn upon the
public. The south doesn't care a con-
Utental what a disappointed old man,
efidently chagrined over his defeat
Ter re-election to the senate, has done
that is cranky or freakish. They look
Aa the matetr with pity and w"h no



4 By Associated Pra..
Chicago, July 7.-A spread of the
teamsters' strike to baggage and par-
cel companies was possible to-day as
a result of the action of the teamsters'
joint council in directing all baggage
and parcel delivery 'rivers to refuse
deliveries to strike bound concerns.
While the joint council was in session
the Department Drivers' union voted
overwhelmingly to continue the strike
indefinitely. Action concerning deliv-
eries by the express companies was
taken as a result of the announcement
by Judge Holdom to-day that he would
issue Injunctions against six concerns
compelling them to deliver goods to
"struck houses., Although the express
companies had been endeavoring to
prevent a clash with their drivers, it
was believed they could not avoid ask-
ing them to make deliveries to strike
bound firms. The firms that would be
affected by the injunction employ
about 450 drivers. The Joint council
also decided to send' out 2,000 strikers
to-day to ..compel union teamsters at
work to make contributions to the
strike fund.


HEIR TO 55,000,000

By Associated Press.
New York. July 7.-Thomas O'Keefe,
a Germantown, N. Y., farmer, has
learned that be is one of the heIrs
to & fortune of $55,000,000 suppose-i
to have been left by Dennle O'Keefe.
his cousin who died some years ago
in Texas. The fILlrniatlon4fame from
a lawyer In (reland, who ha' been
searching for heirs in the neighbor-
hood of KIbuseh, Ireland, where Den-
nis O'Keefe lived until 1894, when he
sailed' fo America.
Thoms "O'Keefe' is almost sixty-six
years old. He has place his affairs
In the hands of Dourlas Conklin, cash-
ler of the Bank of Huntlttgton.

Call will lead no one to Roosevelt FOURTEEN MEN OVERCOME
vho has not already been with the .Y W YORK FACTORY FIRE.
republican party, unless it is some YORK FACTORY FIRE.
0ce-seeking individual who hasn't "y ". -P
any political principles, and wouldn't y A om ad Press.
know one it he met it in the highway. Nw York, July 7.--fourteen men
Call's foolishness win have no et- f th '*W or overcome by smoke
fet except to bring ridicule upon some fatllur, i I factory Are at Hud-
himself. If he had bolted to McKia. son nd Oneo Wudred and Thirtieth
ley. who. though a republican, was an atreet to-day.
ae v-balanced man, and who was a
atriot and a statesman without freak- Marine #ON at Clerborg.
trimmings, the south would have Cherhourg, July T.-A marlae named
looked upon his bolt as justlfed by aadeg peloaudmt to the United
some aort of ream Jdat and -.tate. 1ter am oga, ried of
DOM /no~lat sigta was b" A0ed to-
As ItU stafd the oth looks s with aC .the 2ailesal phoiawl M.e-
at the p gt of a'poa ol aa.l o .

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GROOM LY E AP- Ot And But Fie Salons ENACO FI*
i' I GOement Street
SDanville, Va. J -Hampton The Jacksonvlle Metropolis of Lw
negro, ferrymea at Toller's terry, on The Bartenders Union In this it J. M. Pfeiffer. H. Milton r U
the Staunton (ver, were drowned on a strike, because all but five of Bryan unwody, O. Maa, ATTORNY-ATA
while cond'jctint a bridal part y acro3u non label. Overl fifty mixoloegitt.Frank .Reilly, W. ...wt_ e oThis
hnde bo t r ere A Fer, n and are out enjoying the fresh air. W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal, .I----__
In the boat were J. A. Feen and"- yDr. W. J- Hannah3 D If NOULTVR*
his bride of a few o.rn's Pe.-Brooks, Cause -of Trouble. T. F. McGourin, McKenzie Oe.ting, *.ENTIST.
the minister who perform. ed the ce.e- The cause of the trouble oecurre6 re- F. E. Brawner, le. DENTIST.
iony. and Walton Johnston, besit des cently when a saloon on Bay street C. W. Lamar,e .MODERNDENISTy
the two who drowned. employed a bartender who was not a J. R. Saunders, C. Covit-i
One cable connection of the boat member of the union. It is claimed Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporation, and Flir.s olicted. MODERATE PRICES
with overhead cable; broke, causing by the local of Jacksonville that he Four per cent. Interest paid on ThnM Depoests* Oice-Southwest corner :
the boat to tour with th t current and had been a member, but that he was T ad Intendean a.
fill. Paunnell d O .kes jumped an. a suspended in Tampa. He applied for .
were immediately drowned. John- membership again here, but this was T. J. WELCH, M. D.. D. I) s
ston climbed to the overhead cable refused by the Jacksonville local, on WM. H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. TER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cask. c. L. SMITH, Y.I. .
and with hard work succeeded in tow- the ground that they had not the pow- THOS. W. BRENT, AstL Cashier. W. N. ROBaTS, st. Cashier.
Ing the boat to shore, er to act in the premises. THOS. W. BRENT, AL Cahier. W.N. zos M.can DE N IST
The bridal couple and the minister What a Dealer Says. Specialty Porcelain. I:.- a,
were taken from he water nearly dead. "The movement which culminated Crown and Brid w-.
The groom's horse was droned. The in the strike of yesterday was lnau- Offce-Fisher Building.
minister's horse was lodged in a tree, guratea over a month ago by the Charges reasonable. P, ,..
but was afterwarft resueed. Liquor Dealers' Association. Hereto- ......
fore when we wanted men we were O A .
BLACK SEA FL.ET compelled to go to the Jacksonville H EA TIONA L BA N K, .. JO. TILL,
BLACK SEA FLET local of the Bartenders' National W N A DtleL
CHAAIN" MUTINEERS. League and take what they offered us
We desired to put an end to this and Room 8, Brent Building. Phcne. 1
(Continued from First Page.) to prevent organized labor from die- 1Of P U1 0I4 _
eating to us. We believe that in a
eral staff of the navy, laformed the fiee country we ought to have the
Associated Press that one report xaid liberty of employing whom we choose. D* W A l&W M wf D AT
she had sailed westward in the di'e- We are not opposed to labor, but we DIRECTORS F. C B nt, W A. l t Win l Knowls *
i tion of Lividia, raising the suspici.:n do not mean to submit to demands
that it is the intention of the crew ;o upon us which mean that we shall run W. K. rHy t., D. G. ,BOren MAN...
bombard the emperor's summer pal- our business to suit those whom we
ace. Another rumor said that wnen employ." *n Nn Wam a m a Room 306 Thiesen Piid;,n.
the Kniaz Potemkine was lat seen Thus spoke a well known liquor FOHRE BND OMESTI EXIimlE MAI D Al SOJD Is a graduate in Medic'in
she was headed southeast as if bounl dealer to-day to a Metropolis reporter. and has been an Eye Spec.
for the Caucausus Littoral. This su;)- Claim of the Union. We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbura d upon the Most jaiist for 20 years*.. -
sequently was supplemented by a r,- The recording secretary of the Jack- change on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Tersne, nd their e0MaI
port from Sebestopol that the Kniaz sorrville local in giving the ground's Germany, Franoe, Austria, Italy, nations taken le at Port of EXAMINATION FREE
Potemkine has put into Tuapse, ha!t for calling the men out, said: Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rueis gatelona Payable at Port of
way to Poti, and had been captured "We did not initiate this movement. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and DuetItion Teo Days After Ve>
in some mysterious fasnion by ::Il. There were no demands upon us at ether European countries. eel Arrives there, IG
diers. The torpedo boat destroyer all. The fact is, the proprietors of I B. G T
Smetlvy managed by a crew, of offl- saloons took down the union label lu
cers and bluejakets, who volunteered without giving us a hearing. Of all the Safty Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Cmsecton with which we Manufacturer of
to sink the mutineer, reached Thco.- unions in America ours is the most and Dealer; in
dosia several hours after the Kniaz lenient. In the first place, we agree have a Private Depatmenit for the use of Reterr& LUMBER, LATHS, SAWED CYPRESS
Potemkine had departed and after hur- to work ten hours a day, and standing SHINGLES AND KILN-
riedly coaling, the Smetilvy piJt to behind a 'bar and waiting on customers DRIED SAPS.
sea presumably in pursuit of the rebel without the privilege of sitting down ,Ia ,-m* tment- .Int t o- -
ship. for ten hours Is a pretty hard day's DTWWn S S p t 9 nt99W W oR D
-'--" ~work but we have never kicked' for DIRECTORY
Fleet in Hot Pursuit. shorter lffrs. So' far as dictatingat Rate f 4 por e t pe Annum.TO R
St. Petersburg, July 7.-(2:30 a. m.) whom the saloon proprietors shal CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
-According to the latest reports the employ is out of the question. We C TAL TRAD COUC
Kniaz Potemkine has escaped her pur- have nev&r done that. In the case L- MLTON GiREN. PFasunjwn. T. WXLas, V5c.-PWEmErr. There will be a meeting of *:u
suers and is still at large in the Black cited we told the manager of that R.M. aM .L, c5UAUs.L MAW92JDMO.EMNOAser.CAsaxsH body on the nt ad third Wedna
Sea with the torpedo boat destroyer 00saloon tit If he wanted to employ C i zs i days of each moBnnth at 7:3k 111L
Snmetilvy and the slack Sea fleet hot that man he could do so, but that the e tizens N national ankare req to. b
on her trail. unions of,,Jacksonville would boycott o of PM eola, ~ 66 A, W.Z RmDTA
There is little doubt that she is him, and 4 he result and chances were wotoxw T r
beading for Potti or Batouth, but no with him. We threatened no violence, Geo.Wrtght, Morris Ber, i 3 Wee Secreary.
dispatches from either place have neither did we say that we would in- I z EN AL Robinson. LB I TCT I. Pe
been received at 2 o'clock this morn. sast upon the fellow coming out. We A ..E RAL BANKING B USINES TRANSACTED. PeecoT a e r oga 6 K. of?.
nlg. went no further than to maintain the *cock at r Ba
Advices received 'by the Associated principles of unionism. So far as the .... .Waton bud.. ..a.r Pail.Bl..
Press indicate that the tension is in- scale Is concerned, it is little enough .. REESE, President. Cashier. Garde s VMg rer n P aao
creasing in Catcaus where the turbu- in Jacksonville-$15 and up. There is R.S. REESE, PresidentM.CARY WVice-P Mresident, Cashier. diall welcome trn
lent elements are excited over the re- another matter which the proprietors R. CARY, Vice-President. H C VON W
ports regarding the condition of the c saloons fail to take into considera- THI PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. N. HO3UL3 o R. fta
fleet and the increasing fear of the t-on. We protect them as well as ou.- TH Il B N O PC &
arrival of the Knlas iPotemkine at selves. If any member of our associa- Directors-L. J. R'eves, J. S. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary, 1 RtaebOse Lode .
Caucaus port. It will have the effect tion is charged with not looking after W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings. 3 L e P, meet evrY
of pouring oil on a smouldering flame. the interests of his employer and is TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINEI8. T" n_ T rsday evening at i s
A bomb was thrown at Tiflis to-day. found to oe negligent or unreliable. YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. > lolwo1 8 tw Co
I- he is debarred -from m em bership P ...*.*. S**-* *-*** . . .. . *S.. .. *..... sp .. . .. U. soor. B obug
Insurance Comparies Fight Claims. Quickly. We have always tried to o n "..wa eame UnSf r
St. Petersburg, July 7.-The Rus- maintain a high standard of businessGaeCre r a
sian fire insurance companies are oils- dealings among our members and des r os knig s s
posed to flight the Odessa claims under have Insisted upon every bartender | e w Rc 4
a clause in their charters exempting giving faithful and by all means bho- Whole4e and Retai a C. J. *. S.
them in case of a foreign war or insur. est service. e a"'. T.ILaXaM
reaction. A dispatch from Odessa ys The fight will be watched with in. Steam, Domestic, Anthracite Knmts# o embus
the companies already have refused terest. Ia the meantime most of the and Rla Irmith M tlngs of tw
the payment of policies. proprietors of the saloons has donned L Kilghts of Co':,.as
white aprons and are serving drinks Ofice-No. 13 South Plafs street. Telephone $$. are held at ther SU
Losseat Odessa. tc their customers. Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzales streets. Phok No. s West Intt:e-
New York, July 7.-Aceording to _la street. on eve
the Odessa cfrespondeat of the a M:30 o'clock. Ani
Novosti, the to losses through the IIIVII IIN I iliMondyeeIs n x S
outbreak at Odessa are estimnateo at WO D i*c. I t to visiting Kights.
5,00,000, says the t. Petersburg WERE DROWNED | IC COAL d WOOD JOHN B
The insurance officers refuse tChe W. ..d
payment of claim, alleging that the ChippeBy Associated Press. u 7--Nlee. 4 |. 0. 0
The newspapers are not allowed to veri log drivers were drowned in the Office--Cornomer Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. s e v yIa ThNrda 4 esein; t .
publish details of the doings of the Chippewa river at Little Falls dam III t ew hat t'
Kniaz Potemkine or even the procla- to-day. They lost control of the bat- 0"" te M bal est c-ril
mation issued by the crew guarau- teau and were unable to reach shores t- : 1ro' VI-t Ka br.Nthren crLN Y
teeing the protection of foreign com- being swept over the dam. OTvCteR. W A. NVILSO., N. G,
merce. K WirOV Secretary.
To lwue Manifesto. ,rigue, Switzerland. July 7- The m L X.I^o. ? 10, Rbeka 1
St. Petersburg, July 7.-Reports cur- piercing of the second tunnel through OS ITM WE R D ly' 31c ady n "ightSi
rent to-day tend to oeenirm the advices the Simplon was completed during the e a ocek I L 0 0. F. all. I
of the Associated Prees from Mos- night. .Itla alstr eardially invited to *
cow, July '5. to the effect that the em- O MS W TcUN N WA* Aresea.T MIES NW ZTA M. Socr'IOTT.
peror is prepred to go t2 the Krem. eem...N BATH.
lln and issue a manifesto summoniung It is an undoubted truth that the less AGE SAMPLE ROOMIW W....
representatives of the people, h to o the le on s d e one finds time Speelal Weekly 9Rates fMsr Tae& S e Oakt mp N. 1 W. 0. W_
a to do It in. One yawns, one procrasti- F. L. BOWEN Mat Ha ll and 31
Agitation te Sorlouwj nntes. one can do it when one will and Formerly of Windsor Wdand A gon Hoes, 'W eodeay s In oalh mocth. Vi t
St. Petersburg, July 7.-Avices re therefore one seldom does it at all, IrJas .n. We, | wre*m .Odially l _
ceived by the minister ot the interior, whereas those who have a great deal U II R l OOh. C.erL
Boullgin, report. aerlou antleemitle of business must buckle to it. and then -
agitation in th~omeratients of Eka. they always find time enough to do it t 4" l Eielatr IOa.pmleat, I. 0. O.F
trinosfay and Kelon. Acordenng to a N. **:ne la Ena pa ment No 4 .

of thePermnevnt b~y te nhrh*Axola. -A 5uffeit Reproof. 1 eWCww form I I EWOe~.k L. .1 ilWest Ga I iI
othes Permanvent b~y. er authoriatienon-A&.----u-u---uw .& Y 3ItUIUN ntriareb invite I

tix t lea vet he w -cM I ty, M w R %it n fifeen A Justice once reproved a would be
tdays. Th e dlath -c awi ay thateen suicide thus: "Young man, you have
the insurance captal*ts are refusing been found guilty of attempting to
to pay the losses by fre In the port' drown yourself in the river. Only con-
during the disturbance. !sider what your feelings would have
General Linevitch's telegaphIc roe- been had you succeeded."-Green Bar.
port to the empoe cthrgtIn the Jap-,
anese with uslai Ita 4udi Imrilets will
probably be mad" the subject of a tion of minister of the interior to sue-
ccmmuulca'mn leth- powers protest-: ceed M. Boulligin, to M. Shipoff, bt
ing against the otolatSta of the gen- Moscow, former president of the
eral convention. f Zemstvo congress. According to popu-;
Among the LAb 1l a bry Is being lar rumor M. Sbipoff will accept 0o4y1
Industriously circ d belleved,i on condition that full freedom be e-
that Japan, at theb I t peace' corded to the press and to public
comferesee, will. *dep t that the meetings.
treaty of poec e It. n n w Id"be
submitted for th14 Wa lSciM of the Whi Bombard Yalta. :
Russias popIe I o-ter to Iure Its Yalta, Cr meas July 7.-Inteoe e
pomeertee in & W i mAngM ce .ov- dtement prevails here owis*t to
ereS-t. 9. tot the lts PteknlWe wvI
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a odohers. The MIRACLE is e& pe with staggered air cesll.,
MWd a it is pCU no other ock c put thEonte ret IL
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Absolutely Dry, cool Ei Sumer and W&rM In Winter s rth Bu W us p FMoail ring
No tbl for reprs painting f s am d y h someth~grich loo Camp Baget's S f-Slight mage
ing. S you wi to ud a hue wll b g fifty per cent Bayum. Cna S in City.
mmre thm n me of wood r bri&
W ATMI Don't put in rick t t w ill U out n a few yar look A Party composed of W. A. Blount, For about one hour, between two L
C Neap 8n I CO t ut mch H w coJtractor ewJr., Bedo Blount, Frederick Blount, and three o'clock Friday morning, the
foundation. It Cu you Hare a trpr. the looks cile FisherW Ralph FishrA Rev. Per- wid reaed a high vreloity, the of-'
ouse& greadty. and F. B. Bruce returned on Thursday f0c1al register at the local weather or-
from a week's outing at "Camp Gus" ace showing a maximum of 41 miles
P. B 412Gaet's Bayou and report a most per hour. For a few minutes rain de-
P.O. Bo0 412. --'-o--- Ce--- t Stone Co., enjoyable dme.nded1 torrents and at the same
Telephone 399. Room 410 ThiCSmen d The party left the city on June 30 nded torrents and at the same
Son the auxiliary sloqp Frolic, reaching tm e temperature took a tumble
_________ the Bayou early in the afternoon where that made a heavy coat extremely corn-
they found Albert and Allie Rierz and portable. The storm was of such short
W. H. Hutchinson waiting for them duration that but little if any damage
....________ _____with a fine fish and gopher dinner, was caused excepting to trees which,
the latter being provided by "Uncle" in some sections of the city, had r l
expert rounding up the reptiles in the branches blown off. The gale kicked
surrounding country. The famous up a heavy sea on the bay but, luckily,
P EXSA DS T camp chef "Jim" Brown, was In charge no small boats were out at the time.
of the culinary department of the ex- In the gulf the storm was more se- =
The fishing at Gagnet's Bayou and hile It lasted lashed the =
40- in that vicinity is reported as extreme- waters to a fury. Only one vessel, so
AVS TAT POPL ARE ly good, many large catches being far as known, was damaged. The
RUlIf ANfPO R F C T made by the party. Several Tarpon schooner Tyree, of Lunenberg, Nova
TING BETTER DELivERY AND were hooked and several schools or a, 15 days out from Havana for
S Silver King were seen. Two large Scotia, 15 days out from Havana for
HEAPER ICE THAN L Cavally were landed during the week Gulfport, Miss., was spoken 8 miles 2
FORE THE BUSINESS by Allie Riera, one of them weighing off Pensacola light, bearing north, ear.
WAS CON5OLT- over forty pounds. ly Friday morning, by the pilot boat
DATED. During the stay of the party t Florda, and reported her foresail car-
DATED. "Camp Gus" a trip was made to a daw bythe le. The vessel de-
C. fresh water lake two or three miles sired tawao by e reported as safle. The andvessel doine-
(Continued from First Page.) from Horse-shoe en were e party as well as oud'e expected under th
Pensa.ola Journal: as rewarded with a Ane string of circumstances.
b -; + : Rbass,o"Oldfth tporth nrucetnpar- n
,,,r ,d:ion of the 4th, we note standard, and so serves as a bad ex- ularly distinguishing himself in this +O T
..... -, rapreing the erron of ame for the rest of us. If we did line.
Sc. factory in which the not ourselves attach an exaggerated DO a CONCERT h AT Company is found fault importance to the rich man who is A large party of ladles from th.s CE
:'h ato price of ic and also WHCHi anh i'spoint and the boysm e several POLICE COURT
:,,' prejudice the public against THEY WERE CARRIED HD rfichant influence over us. it is general- very pleasant calls upon them during
pre e the public against THEY WERE CARRIEDHADt sant influene over u. t i glteo
rust that you will allow us a ly your own fault if he does damage to their stay at the Bayou.
-;ace in order that we may ex- TO APPEAL TO RUSSIAN us, for he damages us chiefly by arous- Anotherparty is orming for a MO REL IN CITY POUND MAKE
I!-r delivery system and set our- ing our envy or by rendering ua sour week's outing at Gagnet's Bayou and IN CITY POUND MAKE
:-:Kht in the eyes of the public. CONS*L. and discontented. In h:s actual bust- will probably get away the first part LIFE A BURDEN FOR OFFI-
a i to delivery: We have di- ness relations he is much more apt to of next week. "
:he city into sections and start benefit than harm the rest of us; CERS AND PRISONERS.
out as early as it is possible By Associated Pres. and though it is eminently right to Peace Envoy in Washington.
:. people to take ice. Each cart Seattle. Wash.. Jaly 7.-Russian ref take whatever steps are necessary in Washington, July 7.-In an authorl-
,ireet to its own district and is geess being taken from Saanhal to order to prevent the exceptional mem- tative quarter it was learned to-day Although the position of dog catcher
opposedd to sell ice until it gets Odessa on the battlee steamship Gar- bers of his class from doing harm, it is that in addition to those already se- is not one of the most desirable in
This system enables the people cia became .so riotous between the wicked folly to let ourselves be drawn elected, Mr. Pokotiloff, Russian min- the city the emoluments thereof will
on the outskirts to get their i Chinese port and Singapore that Capt. into any attack upon the man of wealth later to China, hap been ordered to undoubtedly prove sufficient to keep
in the day than former. when Robert IAwe. master of the ship, was merely as such. .Moreover, such an the Unites' States,in connection with the office occupied off and on during
all started to sell as soon as they forced to place the ringleaders in attack is in itself an exceptionally the peace negotiations, the "dog days" whenever anyone is e
he factory. Each cart has a Irons. Upon arriving at Singapore, crooked and ugly tribute to wealth, in need of a "Grub stake."
P hat will take on an average of Captain lawq appealed to the Russian ad therefore the proof of an excelp A new shanty has been constructed
Sounds per day. This is a small consul to bave the more turbulent of tionally ugly and crooked state of mind GEORGE WA4SMINGTON'S QUEUE. within the city enclosure back of the
int of ice for a cart t0 deliver and his passegers take i 'ont the ship. in the mal making the attack. Veo- -- jail, and therein are incararcer ted
,xpr' :h, p,"ople < take the ice His request was refused, and he mouse envy of wealth is simpr another It Had a Luxoriant Suit of Straight, dogs of every kind from those of blue
"he man calls on his regular run. promptly purchased enough rifles and form of the spirit, which in one of its blood down to the most mangy mon-
,annt'i ke:p a delivery ammunition to arm his crew Then manifestations takes the shape of and Very ak Hair. grels to be found anywhere, and each
,r :. : ,: ard for ,v'ry customer. hi clapped more of the disturbers in cringing servility toward wealth, and The Father of his Country concealed animal represents half a dollar for the
*. "(a d(live'r was one of the in and subduing the rest by a show in another the shape of brutal arrog- a luxuriant suit of hair beneath his dog, catcher.
S-,-- wh 'h panies con- of arms continued on his voyage. ance on the part of certain men of queue wig. Many now wish the old -Afe is anything but pleasant at the
,,ad. Th. different companies Reaching Odessa the Garcla found wealth. Each one of these states bf fashion were in vague, to conceal thin. pollee station now-a-days, for the 0
.i .a; ;r,~ ~; v iccr :hat the town 1 of ege and at1- mind, whether it be hazt" *evillty, ned hair or baldness. Yet no one need music emanating from the dog pound
:.I: I- >. w:as no: prtfitahle. A com- cortingly went to Theodosia where or arrogance, is in reality closely akin have thin hair nor be bald, if he cure at all hours of the day and night al- i
t in.;. ih othlir ,,ince oe public that wo are nowi despatch from Captain lawe to Frank spring from a fantastically twisted druff cannot be cured by scouring the officers in charge as well as for the
.n mor "ha, \;.o :,'d Thu large, city of Montgom- tance of wealth as compared to other and the germ has to be killed. New- tile.
ihas 16 wagons in st'rvice while ALL STREET CARS NOW things. The clamor of the demagogue bro's Herplcide kills the dandruff Only two scraps were reported by
'acoia. Though much smaller, has RUN UNTIL 11 nLr against wealth, the snobbery of the germ-no other hair preparation will. the dog catcher yesterday, but no
RUN UNTIL O'CLOCK. social columns of the newspapers "Destroy the cause, you remove the damage was done in either Instance.
kr All street cars In the city now runa the wealthy, and the misconduct but to kill the germ. Sold by W. A. n gRal EY ES
until 11 o'clock p. m., instead of stop- of those men of wealth who act with p'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary, r ES ID E N L I Y S
Si m m mA p pming at 10:30 p. m. as heretofore. The brutal disregard of the rights of others 121 8. Palafox street, Pensacola, Fla.
lWi lW ~days ago and the arrangement is prove. mental relation; yet in reality they Herpiclde Co., Detroit, Mich.
I IB inu a great eonveience to those who spring from shortcomings which are
i aae occasion to remain in the busi- fundamentally the same; and one of
H A T S9 ness part of the city after 10:30. The these shortcomings is the failure to I RUMOR ABOUT THE PRESIDENT
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND Saturday night schedule is the same, have proper ideals. TAI H Ev IN U
BLOCKED, at the the last car leaving Palafox wharf at Teachers Have Remedy. -STRAINING HIS EYES IN CU- ,
GOLD N m I-" l m 11 p.m. Tlhis failure must be remedied in BAN CAMPAIGN ALL -
!+ ,.IkrN IL-1 1,*^ large part by the actions of you .an4 .SL \_, B .S
I.Y ARLe 1t I| PDII RI your fellow teachers, your fellow edu- -. K BO8H.
W vernmn Mt. Ui | L, VgvU-, cators throughout this land. By your
I 8_.L'Aj5U v Y . . lives, no less than by oui teachtags. I
i EAVILOS ARMOR you show that while you regard wealth Boston, July 7.--"President Roose-
as a good thing, you regard other e e eo r mo
things as still be4ter. It is absolutely five's eyes are wonderfully improve in g
THAT IS WHAT NEW EXPLOSIVE necessary to earn a certain amount of i hrg hn apite o to stand the s trenuous paceg"
I w:L o TO MO RN IRON money; it is a man's flr.t duty to those dmthroug to stand o the strenuous have t g
WU. SO TO MODERerISiN dependent upon him to earn enough t declares Dr. John Morgan. t'I have ati
ClAOS. for their support; but after a certain eye troubles, and dall the Roosevelt's forat the prs
point has been reached money-makinag dent's are troublestrongest and arnd th e prim-
Smi fS y t*elated P" can never stand on the same plane dent's areing the most rapidly. The rumor
SW New York. July 7.-That a twelve- with other and nobler forms of effort thvt te hresmdent strained his eyes

inch shell loaded with only a small The roll of American worthies um- the Cuban campaign is all bosh. I
w W@W expensive expfve, wfll cru-mple ino coin, Grant and Farragut, Hawthorne F m & rope enough to know that thelr optic weak-
the side of the heaviest armor-cd and Poe, Fulton and Morse, St. Gau- ness is hereditary. The president
mtn e vessel thbogh-the phell fall short of dens and MacMonnies; k numbers came to me while on his last Massa.
t:me to buy another. its mark by twenty feet, has just been statesmen and soldiers, men of letters. cwe to e av his glasses .
S ock still contas3s demonstrated at the beginning of a artists, culptors, men of science, changetts trip to d and have weaker onhis glasses sub-
i that are desirable I series of tests t the gow nment prove. mentors. explorers, rodmke brit atituted. In a short while he may
a late shipment, and ing ground. at Sandy Hook. builders, philanthropists, 1 n al lead. h overo ine all rei ments for weariy ng
e p-i- ers in great reforms; ic umers men Am vision staLretchquirements for wearingrs.
SiKiled Hto Pail r who havc deserved well in any one vi stretchers.
SBalt 7 h o count less field s of activity but o rices e MARRIE
. Il".tlored, was haned In.. the Jail yard In+, rich men It number only thsee wo IVRat M ARRIE
his city fr he mueor OL his colored have used zhe- Aichs arig:.t, who hay, pIAS
i pam mow. IA& nm L means who have shown good conduct; q Uo. al lay to-" y em-l
in acquirin; it and not merely lavish A thu nrwiwtt nf thw
.. .L_ _.the roo of s d.t

tile inU-tteSt ma *C ced, we beg
to state moft qp atioaGr that It has
not. In faut, the ay l ople you
state are etnp'-fnft, m'e getting
their ice t a medced raf ftom last
year while p9wart Mri0immes pay the
same as fortMIy. proved ticket are
used. If te dointwM W estortioate
it is withot |he 0 M s Ii th com-
pany and we a&WA st thSat scales
have bees t B- the- ut and and
anyooe ca*t ode er W6 weighed. It
it impo= %eti aiwtp to a fraction
at a po.a 1 g OayIt wilU be mWe
and some t IW. We want our
customersimo*m a5 r eatited
to and If the 4s5ft weight withiu
reasoma at Ilt"-i fat rthe corn-
t t s - w ill- tak e

W"ll t^ JSC4"W -om Is
g xW in

-enerosity In disposing of it. .RU0 F'>'RS. "ym.
Thrice fortunate are you to whom h' bt knOWn china ma m
"s given to lead lives of feoairw en- L.L L. --
deavor for the achievenM w l U~rt [ Ope-WCe piK e best
ideals, and, furthermore, tbotl' i1d o .o that you may hae vaiety.
by your Itve and by yoU *M amB . oro-duct has its 5and i
these ideals into the mfua of thoae "~ -t 'a ci. t
who in the next generatim will, as se1w-ad preer.
the men and women of tkiateneratlon 3 The newly opened oad aft mrole
determine the position which this l -at clioa m3g s vina. as we h mav
tion will hold in the hisW of man- '
kind. ",ed thm ,for do wee
l S e choice 66 that have be. wiA
SOUTH CA .OLIA TRUST mlo6" at le than cot, to move&am
COMPANY CLO DOORm. Y lmay prefer them nwr 8is.
--_- CfeAMir.
By Asoclsted PMs-
A gta, G., July 7.--4*'
says the Dtla .l" SI& J, r L >-OU
Trust CoMpany closed ir to
day Oa accot aOf nbilty- W' refiee
on paper held by the La. Me

t hic lesa s 7. -A dispatch to the
TrlAlli from SiMux Palls, S. D., says
Mn4 rank Dp.e,- formerly of New
Yo*... C ify, d d the Hon. Lionel
Ge Guet Ve arrled here. The
graimn it the fourth son of Lord Wil-
be'to ais Ai AUd the first cousin
oft( B eh of M)qrlborough, Duke of
B mt Wnston Churchill.
by t* l -itehtison, pan-
fr pj is' t Prt byterta church.
i Oa &Atj M-bih Immediately
de4Trl y will make
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Id its father or mother. We want
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beliere that our present service,
rity of goods and prices merit it.

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One morning soon after vacation set Is
Tem and Fanny were called late their
mamma's room to bear the vlams tor a
inmmer outing. And when they
heard what mea planes were they both
jumped up and down and clapped theb
banda for joy.
Their papa bad decided to get away
frrqp businea for a mouth and would
spend the time with nit family. This ar-
ramgement insured a splendid time.
Ever since Tom and Fanny'had come
Into the world they had spent their lives
It the great city during 10 months of the
year. the remaining two months (daring
the heated term of summer) being spent
to some tashionaie suburban rsrt or at
the smasde. Thus the children knew
setilut of the real country-the rural
MIfe of the farm.
"My6 dea is this. mid Papa to Mammau
evening so as they at dismeusng their
-for the vacatUI. "-Tum and Faau
ow nothing of the country, pure and
Ip and you know nothing of the
Weat suppose we try rustleating on
the pratries for a moath at least. I'm
asreyo wil all enjoy It. Lfteen years
10 sumetheM dellghtfal summer
a the plains of E mam and
the Idn Territory."
"I can vouch for the truth of yoar last
statement." Iaaghed Mamma, "or you've
talked of It ever since I came to know
oa.,which. to be exact, Is 14 years this
"8o It tIs 14 yearar exclaimed Pama.
And we've been married 1 ea & th1
fall. itf I remember rightly.i Well. well,

FPamm helped to e s,

how time does fly. Aad Too
etd-high time the Uttle m
ng a taste of the rural life.
at the wild Wet in It.
So the Western trip was
frm every point of view
po If Pam coeld locate a
w loved In the West. T1
Papa had heard from him he
on a farm In the "Strip." I
been kg. loc ag; In tact,
and Mlamm were marrte
never delayed In matters
pleasure being considered
portant as business from t
ot promptaesa. he decided
toe slow In carrynlag quest
turtho answers, so be put
witreto work. he knew thUu
fad his old friend there wo
dal Isvitation to "-come ai
This Is the meagce that w
Its ntIhtntra wtgs:
L Weaker. ----vtlle. Okl
"Wish to come West tor
ye sectled so we can cm
satnh? Rave wife and tw
peaceful citiens. Answer
When Mamman read over
that Papa had preear"dto oei
a tot dubloudy. I'm atral
you have put the matter in
year frien s no alternati


%wpt ve wbsse
V= ~ wme-meine if
vf m u~t up ma"
An3omm okow"m wasoe a
vm Oslo
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offer the hboplity aet his home. what-
ever er It it my be. Mow. It may anot e
coavasleat for him to take sa in; still, be
aeanet refse yoar squaet to be allowed
to camp e his reach. which, of coaree. te
a potte way at saytin& "Opea your doors
to a.'"
"Dea't yea fear about Rich Walker
feeltag ander say obligations to do any-
thine anot to his taste and conveaiena.
He's a true sOp of the prairies and is as
*open as the air he breathes. If he doep
not wee his way to entertaiinng as-or
a3!owIng as to entertain ourselves on his
land--he'll be quick enough to may ao. aad
at m y expeae. too."
On the second day after papa meat the
recorded telegram as answer to It was
handed him nJt as the family eat dows
to breakfast. Papa readlttload:.
-Still holding down section land. squaw
and three papooes *well tn my teepee.
Come and stay a long aa grub holds Ot.
Plenty room for yoar wigwam. Wir
when yom start. R. W."
"Ooodle!" cried Tom. hardly able to re
strain bimasit from tr t vest to a series
Oh. ttckledt l""uxaislmed anm .
her appetite tee breakfat dappearng;
she was far tarting r "kt offthat inmate
"Just Ike old iche declared Mr.
Browa. ", s heart la the right spot.
When can you be ready. mamma '
"In two days," answered Mrs. Brows.
her face aglow with anticipation. 8be
seemed am e ,ar jtart aS the children.
ray. ptpa. sa Tom readuL over
the telegram, "what does Mr. Walker

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n Is 11 years mean by -ay.n a squaw and papooeOs live
a was bay- la te teepeeT Does he board with la-
with a dash dat 1
talked over he explanlned that Mr. Walker meant be
ard decided had a wife and three children. It was
in old friend his Western way of expressing himself.
he last time The teepee meant his house.
Shad located d he marry with an Indian"r asked
But that bad wondering eight-year-ld Fanny. _
before Papa "No.I 1 gue not." answered parP. .
d. A Papa "Still It's hard to tell just what RIche
of way kind. Walker would do It he admired an In-
just a I m- dlan woman-and she'd have to be a
e standpoint mighty worthy woman if be did-he'd not
letters were hesitate to make her his wife. But I
ions and re- hardly think we'll find hib wife and hlil-
the telegraph dren wearing blankets and feathers."
it It be c-ould Then came the happy hurry of packing.
aid be a cor- In vain Mr. Brown tried to induce bis
ad bring the wife to take only their worst, old clothes.
"'This Is to be a neal outing--a roughing
rent flying oa trip." he declared.
"But, dear we do not want to present
. ourselves before your friend In the garb
month. Are of tramps. His wife must be considered.
ap on your too, for she may know something of the A
ro kid. &All civllised world-e-ven though snhe oe not
siddenly, live In It," pleaded Mrs. Brown.
BROWN." "Yea, I think tt will be nice to show
the me ge the Ipdlans how white people dress." said
ad sh iled Fanny. "Pilease .don't forget my pink .,
d. dear. that sash and wbite slippers mamma."
esch a way "lay, PaN broke In Tom, "do all
ve, but must the people in Oklahoma carry knives and A
revolvers? And I Lthere any danger of
the Indianas scalping aar
10 Or TsEl "Well,' and Papa gave a sly wink at
Mama, "I t that des ha ppen tt will save
you and e a babefrs bill, your mother
the trouble of sting the curling toTs
and Fanny can come to breakfast In the
morning witboft having to bother about tt
comb and brush" M
At' last the heur eame for starting. The a
Shutters were closed, windows oked s
/ and doors bolted. The baggage was sent
to the station and the four Browns, I
the happleat spirits, soon followed it.
S There Papa procured the railroad ticket; N
they all got on the train and away they an
flew toward the settle sean.
And such a trip! Would the children -"
ever forget it? Through states and al
states, ac. s rivers and rivers, past
towns, vi laes and cities, over plal.a To
and plains an at last they awoke ta their pn
berths one morning to ind themselves s
pulling ntoto Guthrie, Oklahoma. w
In this town they stopped to rest bh
awhile, deciding to take a later train to
carry them to B-vyUle, some 25 miles
further on. They went to a hotel tor
Sbreakaet, and to Tom's and Fntny's
szrprter thew bad a dining-roomn table
disea, waives et., Justthesameas
In the ast. And they had fondly hoped
-tally expected, too-to see a towa of
a2 and Indteas It blauks mad cowboys in
S ckakinss ll aeet them
world wa t tree, horrible dte-
Smet Bkie coMy r tltyuet crytig H dwe-
appole V-at a-d hTe tt his temper

abbe I y said, ptI care n to sema
meretas e seid lw *
am*eimr le ht Pilw an a d-

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But Tom ddid mt ya y mor. Re
thought It better t6 awIM devloitOnta.
He only sighed In h dl4mappetateat mad
tried to be reisnee,
When the time alRtMe the Arowns
were on the train headed or B-Vlle.
In am beer from stm tl rolle4 Into
the little prairie toms wth It's haMd-
tl at tiny tramn haqae -ad weed-rown
"This Isn't so bad," see Tom when
be looked from the tlhdow. "It's getting
As soon as the tiadn slowed down Papa
"prang fro the car Ott to the little
platform of the tiny statbm. A 8rest.
broad-shouldered *suburnad man grabbed
his hands. "Pepper me with buckshot!
If you ain't Brownsy!" he laughed In a
most pleasing and oordial manner. Then
he saook Papa's hands as if e would
loosen the from the wdatts while Pap
In tur beamed a happy smile and re-
turned the salutation:
"And hang me It you aren't old Rieal
But only for your voice and ttle I'd
never have .know yew. Why, old man,
you're twice the due yon uned to be."
'Worse than that!" exclaimed Mr.
Walker. gnniulng. "I sed to weigh about
10 pounds: but that was the week I lrst
came to Uve-on earth"
Then followed the latroduction to Mana.
Tom and Fanny, whose hands underwent
the same vigorous, heavy shaking, dem-
onatrative of a warm welcome.
"Here we are," Mr. Walker sad, lead-
ain the party to a big, two-seated spring
wagon. "And over there Is the farm
wagon In which we'll earty your band-
boxes. "Here." ealliUa to the tarmn. a d
who had charge of the last-aamed vehicle,
*"take this geatleman's .bggace checks
And get his baggage as saon as yet can.
We'll go on."
In another minute Tom was on the
front seat between Mr. Walker and Papa;
Mama and Panny were comfortable la

VO1CE. *

brisk little trogra one day
Went forth In the we" for to play;
A raincloud o'er bead
Thundered loudly,
And said:
I'm going to poor rain right away."-
very nice toadstool grew nIgh
To Its Shelter the freggy did be;
"You see I'm a teller
With a new
o I don't mind your r ."

be back Peat: the lines were loosened;
r. Walker gave the word to the horses
nd off they trotted over the finest.
smoothest, hardest road' Tom had ever
"And how's this young eaptaln?' asked
dr. Walker, pulling Tom's ear gently
nd smiling in his face. "Tired, ehTb
"Nope, not a bit of it," Aealared Tom.
But I'm awfully hungry. Hope dinner's
bout ready when we gpthema"
"Why, Tommy." U ama, touehing
om's shoulder and seakng a
roathftl voice. do u ean by
ieaklng In sueb a way? Mr. Walker
ill think you left your good manners- at
ome, ift e thinks yeo-over had any.

I cannot permit you to behave so rudely."
"Well," vociferated Tom In self-defeuooe
"1 am not supposed to act the same herm
am at home. Papa says Western peop" l
say Just what they think and don't Beakr
any pretense. I want to do as they do.
"Tom did not speak with a fiaterer's
tongue. He expressed himself quite as he
felt-in a truthful way; but what hbe
maid was considered very complimentary
to the Westerners, by Mr. Walker. He
smiled his approval and patting Tom's
shoulder, said: "You're a briel. I iv
got your partner at home: a fine fellow*
of a papoose that can bust a brouchbo
easy as he can sit In a chair."
This set Tom to thinking. He woodere
what the young papoose was Ulike. whether
he would, upon seeing Tom, leap upon
him to try his strength. It so Tom would
show himself capable. He had not gone
to the "Gym" for naught. He lad ia
muscle hard as flint and a fist at the
end of It. Then he wondered what It
meant to "beat a broneho."
"And I've a little maiden, named Watha.
who'll be a match for the little lad
there, too," and Mr. Walker jerked his
thumb In the direction of Fanny. "She's
as bright as a sunflower."
Then Fanny set to wondering about
the little maiden Watha. and whether or
not she had ever heard of a doll. Fanny
supposed, since she had been raised In
this wild country where, perhaps, the
people did not even have clothes, that a
doll had never been seeb or heard of,
She was glad she had brought along
several of her prettiest dollies. She
might give one to the papoose Watba.
As they rolled along papa and Mr.
Brown talked over the old days and the
days to come In the nearby future. Press.
efttly they raised, a long. low hill and
beyond It lay the home -of the Walkers.
"There we are," said Mr. Walker. point-
lag toward a pretty two-story white farm
house that stood surrounded by fertile,
well-tllled fields. About the house greIw
cultivated shade trees, an orchard In the
rear and at the side a tall windmiPl
spread Its fanning arms to the breeze.
"Why. Rich. yoQRilve like lord, don't
you? And think-, the people generally
talk of this land as a barren desert. It
is a garden spot." said papa.
"It's just whatever a feller wants to
make of It," expJained Mr. Walker.
"Down yonder"--pointing to a long line
'of distant blue, "Is the big river where
we'll all go camping. Bome Interesting
old Indian mounds and graves art there
for the children t Investigate."
"Oh, that's more like It." exclaimed
Tom, all exciteme t. "I hope we'll go
tomorrow. No use 'to ut It off. At first
I got awful mad-.rhen I found out this
country was not inhabited by wild In-
diana and fighting cowboys; .bt I gesm
we'll find some frn after allH If there's
Indian mounds and graves to took and to
get relics from. Wish I might find the
mummy of a chle ."
Of course everybody laughed at poor
Tom's expense; baut he did not mind. He
was too full of great expectations, and
looked toward the line of distant blue
In another Instailt they drew up to the
door of the Walker house. Immediately
a pretty, dark-haired woman came out
to greet them. Following her were three
eitdren on whom Tom looked with sur-
prise and displeasure. They were not
papoose at all. He had betn deceived.
They were ordinary white children well-
dressed with clean pretty faces. anny,
however, was delighted. The Watha-
maid was her own site And looked up Il
Fanny's face and smiled sweetly. Of
course, she knew all about dolls nod nice
clothes. Fanny smiled back and made
bold to klis her fingers to Waths and
call out: "I'm Fanny."
"Huh." whispered Tom to Fanny **
they alighted from the wagon. "There
Isn t a thing Indian about the whole
blame place. We've been fooled!" Them
he yawned and shook hands with Mrs.
Walker who kissed everybody, except
papa. just like the Eastern women did.
But after the flrst pangs of disappolnt-
ment were over Tom be-in to become
Interested In his surronndinln. After all
ti.,s was very diffe aent to the things ha
had been used to. The men and boys all
went out to the big trough by the wind-
mill to wash their faces and hads. Then
they vcnfted by a little mirror on a back
porch. *rom liked lIn king this much of
his toilet out of doors. He felt that much
Indian. Then there was that strange
windmill to learn the workings of. It
pumped water Into the house, Into the
troughs of the pig penn. Into the Irriat-
Inr aitche tht r throu th ran troh the garden
and orchard and It fed a litle pond be-
low the hill wLere Bert, Mr. Walker's
big boy (and Tom's own age and slse,
told Tom they could take a plunge any
time they cared to. This pond was fduf
- of floating ducks t ht .i was a eourie
of constant wonder to both Tom asai
Fanny. And the garden back of the
house! Here Tom and Fanny went to-
work with Watba and Bert one flne
morning pulling weeds from the vexe-
tables. Bert set his company to weed
the onion bed while be and Waths toot
charge of the beetn and beans. Pretty
soon Bert came to see bow Tom and
Fanny were getting on and 0o his ll-
tdiamed horror he found they had sue.-
ceeded hy quick work in pulnu up all
the little onions and leaving the nice




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fellow toA d Osua-"' -et hiI
Could witbh p a et
one uO raII .

empt in to hr lob ot b big p
pea tro m-t ealy Ow. Tthewe.
while tim ehea d ir c I b. g
Ali t tool thel -

bathtub. wddk to beS aMplMt. wa, a
-oiw ato d am f t =ele to

Wfth a1l pa..esMpeed to hde bathreOM
where Tom got is tea*- mb I Idas
the water ee S -WR nos athe
same time. tar et sed a ba ba fdt.
Although 'km ad not asked aAAy to

bar ow bdimtn a s bet e fsi a.
wean ft oft AeWetasa pty toIT

"gO Neohimaway, mas he uftlferwardsez
The aat der The Downs t""t
ao atheirbowt and host,., "k
Wabem ro so heVisit thom to thot,
elW hsem 8a 0gtheChristMas8 hoiday..
lit wN lbe M w IIII then to laugh." sal
iTOMs lug hae OWLm as tarbea"

bedmam, I C" ftb o "way ahr. as,
cc w des Faromoad V.rcut4.
0. L'.

A most 45 4 at. smes ome
amusing party ft hlleo a h -.
sad is -give is thtin ay Aw
Uttlo guests ban u alda am
ow the laws, whe. A" ebe placed
about three M a04 apart fUs MGM. Tnba
e"& guest o mWi *A S &0 a "lhile
paper" pa4M Wa len ,agoMd l to
write dowe wh nat i h r a Ba amam
without ralg Mause the MMs, s e a vaI
space of tmie. UO& nm w: we tn l. -
eam is teI tse apd get oe -asmb

A mastos or aBtmreas eeremoetes is
Stalled, wth watch Ib h ad who
the five mynuaatema ame = a In
papers" le called aid ali m *Aed by
the writera. s headed ow to the time-
beeper, whe pYceede sa- read h a me
aloud, avoldfteg, at osn. tygiv the
name. of the wltea .MThree Jsudas
(grw3pW11ateM *to the rem
alug ampi e A sa m*rg a the o papers
and award the pieas to t t wo bet. ome
from a literary teaadpebat' ade the other
from Its humoedi quality. The padO amr
numbered as the am In ths way
the judges make ao =a and remote
Ignorant ad the 4alsea to whose they are
awarding the pres. The p eea. by the
way, should consist at bouquets tof now
ers or tiny baketra fmtK. but ehb a d

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gaet" amsiena.s A big bce *a iw
hummd poet my er mad frteab ..
Tha ft Sw 1 a aumbah I tne t ari
aId se hennd bey- I san me a adrw*a
a lttle Mu e bmO hb u lng a thI aa
the ere at the M p erh. Ina te beet
yard a wade NitteM J ran ales thi
top ot theo fme ad j ed dow ta Ue
neighbbO's ym. In the beek yad I em
also e a bed at beauttil old-bioale
ewem. A gusnt ambe of besan bes
*t o vewr eM. A Bakte tr ft s4
by on the pavement. 8he had beautiTi
goldeN ew tUed wth a blue ribb6o.
Her dress was white, ai-lacotrtmm
Two Mbesv-led drayn uet pam4 to
the street. wMh alered drivers As o) i
endy It paGng o the oppsOte rid e o
the Ntrst f asfrad to eroea mluem. %N
msem to be lame. n &aws this mMay
and males toa a n mny eadr-e
ar wit" penw *ad paper. Tim i
exiled, so I met mae* ay mue."
The otser paper read thu
"Jua I teRast what day. I Just ,
Johnmy Burtem borrow alf a t I m f Ia
8cott ho oharpea hia pendL I aim me
t0ht his penc0 we already arp emwt
I mw why be browed Frak's hauf.
too: It w dse a he eaed pmp ovrr '
F mk's pa r and me what be ad wi.
teo I mw rank cover I paper up t

'm ri CEALDEZt.

weeds "Oh," he sald. "'don't you know:
"Yea, aof course I know oatoa" an-
swered Tom. holding out a handfal of
them. "Thes are onlons. Whata the
matter with your'
"Well. you musn't pull 'em aup," e-
plained Bet. "It's the weeds you want
to get rid of. I reckon we've worked
enough. though, for thie tima." be mad.
"Oh-q4-ol" And Tom understood what
his mistake had been. -Well, looksL
here; I'll pot 'em all back In the holes I
pulled them out of. Then we'll pul the
weeds instead. I thought you were poll-
ing up the stuff to eat."
It took some time for Bert to explain
that since the roots had been torn from
the soil they would never grow again.
even though replanted.
But the worst of all this wSa that
Fanny a to the bouse and told it lIn
pite of the loss of a nice bed of omns'
everybody laughed and Tom had to be
the butt of the joke. That same evening
Tom begged Bert to let him try his band
at milking. It looked such a simple task
to see Bert draw a steady doable white
stream lute the pall with his two bands.
Tom wan sure be could do as well Bert
gave him the stool and Tom grabbed the
cow's adder and gave a hard squeene.
The cow moved uneasily and refused the
milk. Tom gave another equease and
tug. The cow had never experienced
much a milk hand and, as she was not the
best tempered animal In the world, Tom
found himself suddenly floundering on
the ground in the spilled milk. He
picked himself up a sorry sight, and al-
thougl Bert sympathbied greatly with his
city friend to his dilemma, he was obliged
to laugh at the figure the poor fellow
cut as he went slowly towards the back
door of the house, hoping to get to his
room unseen. But no such good luck at-
tended him. Not only was he caught nl
the plight but be was obliged to be the
subject of further laughter. Poor Tom!
He was fast cutting his "country teeth."
But before the first week was over
Tom had mastered many things he had at
flrst found so difficult. He learned the
farm from end to end. Then came the
week of camping and hunting down on
Big BlRiver. And such a week It was for
all the happy children as well as for the
When at last the month was up and the
Brown began their preparation* to start
East Tom sighed heavily and aald: "I'm
having the time of my life. Wish it
would last forever. Just think-I've
rearued to ride borsetbck. how to make'


With all my heart I wisth, a wMa
There wasn't any, amy SaL
eor thou I would a-swilummst *
In the a"ee eool depths below.
put I the wave a whale I see,
And he mlght epe and waller ao.

hay how to build a camp fre. how to
pit'e a tent and --"
"How to milk," slyly said papa. with a
twinkle In bhis eye.
"And how to weed onions, too." put in
Mr. Walker with the same sort of twinkle.
in his. eye.
"Yea and how to ride a pig back-
wards exclaimed Fanny, unable any
longer to keep a secret known only to
here and Tom. Then, to Tom's pre-
tended displeasure (hut. In truth, to his
amusement, for he had grown to enjoy a
Joke at bhi own expenses, Fanny do.
ebed to the amused listeners how Tom
had confided to her hbls desire to ride a
pig, saytng that be had heard that If a

hts kleft head. The I amw eaN ansdm
punch Kitty Martn's bea with her elbow
to get her to tak Ia the back yard at o
white ktte. I saw Tern Joane walsoe
to HeleMI May, Nad I saw Helena make
a ace at him. I aw Jebay Brten m,*
It too. I and JeoaAy usghed at msn
other. I saw Toem d a hole tin t
ground by bI dhab' with hb shoe heL
I saw the hole. too. I saw JMst now the
caterer drive to the back doer sr4
leave a leot of ba bta ad boxes sad a
ftreemer at re4eam ad pocked to kr
tll we sheold be eald e to sapper I
Nm the tinelmekeeper lG athr wtch.
so I guem the time tfar metei tins 'I
up. Goode. hope It will seom te iune to
eat. Time'sa aed. Good-by.

Some Interesting Facts about David

Livi Stone.

At Blantyr getlatd, ae March A,
1818. was born David LvIntghee. His
Sfnather was Mell LUvttalam a factory
clerk. Hle father was Agnes Buater,
and belonged, like s father, to the
poor, common Saoik.
The ULivmsette y m i bel te o enu
financial strafe It was fait seeesesary
to put the qbHl~ s wO k tIea ett am
mams before th aed ebeased the mea-
gre education St the parish absoo. It
was at the atew age e- 30 that Davit
went to work -a "bey-pleer tI the
mills. But ftteeoy work d M e"eltaim
all David's time, thoeg K at rd n
constant ervile froma Iln tae
morning till S o'elk is eveaag
It was after thi late M r b it owvd-
unlike the etbeg WMsoat ttle beiagp
who left the metory tole -e bed-went
to his hub he -"dytar late nto
the right btfqe ta -pIl itw. it
Is told of mhe g fat4, kwtL hbe knew
his earanl w e' ~s d m saesit
provldl nat feor lai m
Knowing a t e pam etMa edto him
for this he* h ep hoe i rlat week'a
wage and hbo I a Latin ra
mar. So I t Me 1vi
thirst for kow edg e ae por-
tion of oascake was beo* hej

dino*t -to0w
the neeed ; I a be d


"At 10 0-~ h
to p ko o1W ThVaathuear bow

mut bainsth
Thhe,, 9 i
All the

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thwo epportu y ftmwage by tmtem ft **
wa obliged to walk each day from B5i2
tyre to GasG w, a diltuace of aime to:<
as be iki keapt employment io the cott"5
mille darlag the summer.
In Me Davi)d ltvingstoe we t to LOS-
don where be w e accepted by the iLa-
don Mialesary Soiesty as a s aends".
For two yeaia he studIed theology *d
the eleaies sad practiced preaching, 18
18 hbe was grnted the diree of 1a21
else e thae healcty of PhysicaIMs a-4
8urgeaa- O1aggew. He was a man i-,
plred by dep ithles for his fellO"-
man, and be all e that -"I the 5!,)w
of JOee whIch Chistdenity II a'e
resoted to devote my life to tme aUia.
ton at hIaman '.
AaN Mef h l Mwe out the proimptinu
of a n oe heart sad ve his liftt o t
amioaa.,y camoe. It was this whach *'
him late Darkest Afr ra amid clm-.
eed-thirty Nem over bornitogS
sorts, .thrh denacros jngles.,_ wVb
the grim ter Death rked r
white ma. It was his love tor hunif -.
ty that separated him fro twife. w *'
dre ad hase ad caused him to- "-)F
work. and tars not back," till, broifa ,
health by hardship and an uca"
idost ee be ell Into aa a.- .
which ended in death at the little .,C
called OaIs tN Central Africa, Uaj
His renasm ret tIn WestaMli.t-r A,
beAy. LoodoL. MART Y K-AIA^

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Tom's and Fanny's Visit to, Oahboma;

or, With the Srqmw adU Thm Pe. nm.

How to Oive a "Seeing Thgs" Party.

Cut these salmals out as they a pm, a- m -ay w
mildly #m rift to 1 mnd see the woo io reman. A 0l"ee-
ti of heeo 80e am" io-willn aord the w s eoowe "n amue-

never be aaytbtno ezpeaorf.I
To give the little readers an MIdaet the
things that are to be seen and chroleted
the contents a two memoreadum papers.
which woo prisms at a reetat party of the
ktnd, are given bers One at these was
written by a rM and the eter by a boy.
It is not necessary to teol which belong
to which, as the sex of the writer of each
paper is quite ovidet. One ra a totfol-
"'June 10th. 1r4 been loWimn about
the yard sad have seen thare butteruee--
one white and two yellow--ad have also
seen seven tree. aIn them trees the
sands of fle, get a td other winged t-

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Fo "- terman 0ilinwor Fa.o With those desiring to buy or -oll prop-
'"sherma,"Mliew, Fla. A rt. YOUR REAL ESTATE HOIADIN
SRa SALE AT A BAnQAZ*-- Lan. Special attention to Rents, In mur-
dau and sfarac s, 2 Draysa ad Har ance, Making Loans, and to the Collec- will buy two -room houses,' renting YOUR RENTS LIOT AN
ness, 1 air F fo Scale, three tionofnterestfor $120.00 per year. This is a de- YOUR TAXE8 AN ASESMEI
lon Jerss, air a 1 tree tion of interestided bargain. Obly good for a day or TION?
gallon Jersey wC:w withal, 1 t3- FOR SALE two YOUR C,
U have heard many people saylHId gallon cow wit calf. Apply to Huugh FOR ALE YOUR A OSE.S E1., 0F1CI
S I aa Pen la rd ceaeMe two Mahoney, 922 N. Davis St. 2)w71y w -room house newly papered 8URANCE?
I- i and painted, on Little Bayou, YOU TROUBLD AND ANGER
ye a itM WOU haw e a v FOAR SALK.-Three 8-foot 4uilent on car line, lot 100x140. will buy a *ve-soom cottage on East YOU TWINKIN~ OF BUYING OF
y table HTw oeeentn ae iU'e salesmen" show cases. Lightman Barn. Good bargain at .... 1790.00 Hill, onvealemt to car line; large lot.
itab i inv."T T a h & Klein, 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127. House and barn, corner lot, We make a specialty of Real
will be .jCSSd tWO yCWears FrO W Ijuly. 50xl10, W. Garden street ..$1650.00 surance and all matters pertainin
-M-_'OR SALE.-I am 4lorida State Agent4 lots W. LaRua street ....... 600.00 Bsolicit your patronage and guaran
e f 41O ___ N -- for Flie and Burglar Froof Safes And Blocks in W. K. T. from $15500E LBROOKS$1800.-
E^ >"****!*TaE red a.r ^ -**^Fixtures of all descrlptions to ......................... 150..O co
M, 1Eu r, I..:aufactured by Alpine Sae of the prete lot .n New W 8. Palae, Fsher Building $1700.O--Comfortable one st
oc. k Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.; City ..................... 900.00 .__ .. . 1 convenient to Electric Line.
We have many gOOd "dcad pying CtUimunicate with me for prices and FOR RENT. *1200.00- and bat dwe
bCS i aw Our IL terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- '132 E. Chase St. .............. 15.00 two acres of land, in the city limit
rift Moreno, Pensacola, Pla. 610 E. Jackson St., newly pa.- 4
e. red, bth ... . 17. Build you a house, I will gve you -
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Pensacola InIestnent WnCoi tol,. Ab .'Ls-oU Tue rhosc
UI cmanvass. in- Waddell. room2,2%oB. Pals- L S BROW N & Co lonstreet wharf.0
A. H. DrALEMBERTE, City Ma ----- OOem 200 Theisen Bid'g I am prepared to do tuning and re-ox and
W. H. KNOWLES. Press. R. SI I PSONis o .FOR SALE.-Beautifuay located blook pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17
J. E. STILLMAN. V. P. 6L M. KNOWL!S MHV R Treea in New City, also several lots overlook- Telephone 918. years' practical experience In tho _
ItAL ESTATE. LOANS. OEMIRAL 10flV~1~ITg gT Ing the city inBlock 80, New City; also s_,_,,_ ,,,,..... louth. J. Conrad Scott. 244 E. Greg-
15 Palar t.. Pen.acla. 11a other lots in and around the city. Very ory street, Pensaoola. 25junelm*
5 8 5^ S"cheap. Phone 470. J. C. ,4ly.. Na ro and Rem My FOs RENT
_________nem._c__*_ '.Pasties desirin to make the trip up
FOR SAL.-Steam Auto. almost new NICWLY FURNISHMD rooms for rent, the sound to ary father, andFree e 3 gal-
oA.ATl;D W ARte cash, part cash or real estate ex- with privilege of light housekeeping. port can get desirable rates on theOR T-Five-room house, 3 gal-
TED. ,n gr n need change. Call at room 4, 7% Patox. Block and hal f rom Palatox, 219 a steamer Captain ~prit. We make lerles, bath room and large ow. A
ATED n ;r' innneedwoftre jWANTD-Drggi ste years old, 1uelnm* Government St. 23Juaelm weekly trips, Jeavng Baylen street ply 31 E. Roman. 2
a n ., as- nc cllby s w oMst ror doctor, d m FIR S &L.-Two pair tr A Newly furnished s for eight oi. Inquire on board Wednes. FOR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable
a ,I,.inast:ancetbyp sies Imaltion. Would BU rrmall young males, sound and In goo hoaekeeping. Cheap. 310 KZ-tP-0-day. Capt. JN. Rogers. 15Junelm* esideceso4 theHi unfurnish-
* i": "> o no. the Salvatio business of any kind. Best reference. condition. SAlso one 4orse. Stude. manSt lSJunelm N loer.- 1jonel dce on North Hi unurs
he.-., ,:.. -d St. and are- William Rantin, Horse Creek, Ala. bakr weagn.,W. S. Greld. ed. Address 444 care Journal.
; B:rm n am. Als. d. 8jlyiw' CAMPING PARTI B can secure e od eoa 29june 1w
SITUATION W SZ --young lady FOR SAL .-Half interest In good cellent accommodations-on '-gnets o" for trTavllag publict, Daily e
SN I.otion assawfilerbyex- ants position as stenorapher payingmanuaacturingb-iness; about Bayou at fSunybank fruit ad pltry M each r. Chipley to Bay. FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>-
mn" .lnoan. Gilt-edged local either in it cotry tnCom $1000.00 reure, good reasons for sell- farm. Fest bathi fshgn and hed. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley, epted by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
S- ,, Address J," this ot c. potent. Good in try town. Com- ng. Address Manufacturlag, care salg. Take mail IAunah Rth. Ad- 24meh LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cagry,
S Address G. U. S., care Journal 8jlylm* ral 14elm dreas Ms Anna Carln. Mary It, E STATPlaox street 7june
e T__FORAfR 0-Fl aA er A utartae F lt l,15Junealm. REAL SaT .t
--The Merckants Transfer. stor otek deM CaS at e Capt. Baker house large and AT an part of eily. FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor-
,ar moavingnd hauUn l te, aded lsCta ye sure an l, buy rthe p d a d we will ner Barracks and Zarragossa street
". ...r... ,,. T.B.Thor-__, HELP- WA 1-=0 ms W delightfully located on bay shore, at 1ut yo m0ft an l ong ttme ySuitable for boarding house. Apply
Ar-.-o rane 9. 1 Junel mFOR SALE-Ten H. P. boiler sad en. Fiaherville, newly painted and paper aen*s. D. Hate WIau & O to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 21S East Zarr-
r, toe O978. i. OUNG MEN-Our illustrated cata- gine in good running conditioL. Cak ed. Bathing, boating and fishing. gossa. 261mtt
I pe r nlogue explates how we teach barber be seen at Pensacola Iron Works & Terme $7.50 per week. Special rates TAILOn W G--B. L Diamond, Taor..
\ ;i,-c per hundred d pi_. ,trade in few weeks, ailed free. Moler Supply Co.'s. Apply PtleA's Steam to tamliel. Mrs. Eanne Rettlngar, OGmt' clothing eeaed, pressed aFOR RENT-6-room house. 111 W.
.,ips tobacco tags. T. t- Barber College, New Orleans, La Bakery. 16june furnished rooms for light housekeep- ie t a short2ate. Nao Cervantes. All modern convenien.
\ n. Johnson Son, city. 2Jlylm* FOR BAIA-Horses for sale a l a ig; Phone 983, 3 rings. West w t St, Pl soola ce and in good repair. $25.00 per
WANT)D.-A boy boutl 15-ears old for hire. Kentucky tables, er. Jef. 1aunela' Ide month. D. Hale Wilson. Smay
EI).-A light second hand sC., to attend to horses, milk cows ard ferson and Zarragossa St. Joe Welll, BOOM AND BOARD.-Delighttul lo- FO s ON DOOLLAR AND Pir-y
Scbheap for cash. Address .18, .o-k around house. Apply 501 Wes Prop. Iuttelnm. cation on bay shore; boating, bath CWNTS par head, we will out
,urnaL 1junelw.CA St 29june FOR BAL.-I 8-hole ra --- t ngand fishing. I-nqtore of Mf. C. C. d j ad hbaro. 0W5 16 Leave orders II iU
AN'lD.-Agenta in different coun- door hot air brooder, 1 lot partridge Herman, at aher.e. SJUsAlm. aIt 1 BMt Iteclderla. Herin LAl
;D--To buy for cash, a Lew in Floridatohadle Alpine Safe Cochin Chickens, 1 oyster shell grind. FOR RENT.-Prnished room, with B es
a AC American National and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proog er, 60 foot Galvanized pipe and pot. or without board. Convenient to
State price. Address J. L. J., Saes and Vault ar of every Apply to J. B. Muller jt Porbs Dry car line. Apply cofter LaRua at d anAILMAdR
T:rnal. l3 e descriptoa. Wrte m for terms. Good 8tore 1 th are. nelm. .aMTI ot
v $Scarrkt MHemoa Pensaeo& lal., lo r-100 01fae
one to ow t~AtUKU r& Ikeint. 28june. FOR 4ALL-A small .a bsst Wa 10 UNT.-Two n"fnsbthed oom;9 6
staunch and sode boat In any weetbt. rent ight h6, leaeepiar o1 w
W & Son have op)cn a .WANTED.-Two good canvassers er. Addre e P. X., Journal 011et1. L t ,W. te. ..
.shmeat stand at the iepot and wanted; will pay straight salary to 25june iam 6
erve the ladies ab we I as ,the right tem. Address S., Journal FOR SALA1-Timber and ma a A RSWO WAtto_0 10 to "On.
.ofi sc toad or stmLo ,
ver yLh1g in the way o 'ref ofce. 27e--I&large or sMall rCs, 9W mty. i0 e lsWam
cs Cenury,. Fla. 13junelm, WANTED-Agents d se lli or ther mt ., W, TOw'!e "-T To p oIl ,
ANTE,- You to get sham t Florid to to write a lorid O -
pod or ge: your a: cut at the accident Insurace. H. lThomrat, Pbo 285 PeMacola. Ia. 1:feb oR RUNT-Two nicely furnished at. Wsst Ste. Ll Se I Brook4s T m wn-
Wesi enp Bar r Shop. 103 S. DeVU-iGe l Caalty Co. FOR SALD-4Seo-ha res ro __s, with hot 'bad cold Wiwater ti a a Ths pirer nd The pay
rs. T. N. Licata. Prop. Everything Any intelligent pera may earn a ter in perfect condition. WI dell baths and privilege m telephone. Ap. -reeeiV a forwards right,
: w 13june1m. i good income corrpo or new. cash or or. time. A real barpiU. Can ply No. 415 West Gregory atreetjmal M n a* m e B money, and valuable of all deserip-
papers; cavasmtag; xpertenee be seen at James McHuagh'. t1me AY HOTL--Ope night and day. r = W'S tions to aall prts of the eountry,
V ANTED-lour efectr;c work of all unnecessary. Seid lor particulars. THE WEST HILL WOOD YARD Cam Utopa plan. Rooms light = 4sm A. Wilae, as %W.
.. Let us c.ear your -s, re-: Northern Pm t ndicste, Lockport, supply you with stove wood, block a tee. eN aormani t tdh o U udf, 57m Ui. i, a
; our dynamo do 3oa-r wiring. etC. N Y. 1june3m oak wood wwoood, i s p A V k orn5 g pO t Pa-it _.I 8 ha46 with o0avana,,aC o
Sln. 5.70. Pensacola Elcctri, Co.. _''kindling.__Phone l k s 1 Iow t ,et R
jrruvr Intendencia and Bay~en streets.! .kind ling. ino- gphone a ,IU, D, 0h 3W Lhetf1) em p ot 0 ey
ne m p or a*e SWilliams, ropritS ca" _AB-NSt g w* h -. .aK ws am? m T sThe Southern Express Company
-OtC. cAe n o e kot- stone basement and entire .W1 lm on
VtASS.O & CO rceved another' A rOR e -1 oer cream, OI a0 4-l- em bMock fronting o Bayview Park, oot operate on U of
enid of imposed pure onve oil OR SAl e--Presh btterik, d Ie #t M reta. at ed in gal loans, hal on. .s45ed 13 oc-r 6 l N t ocalit. A. V. Club. OA mill ds of the Adam0s sr Company, on E Belmont street. Phose 907. 7jlylm* FO...R T, R~,101T s easym W. Bul mar. y pst througal way-bils, with through
S\i ED- The people of Pensacola FOR SAL-C OmbIaatioa horse, 7 DO YOU w to b or Iat M nolla Bluff adjolag R road 28% t Pt x St., hone 1144 cars and through lnu em per.
,ase Vurrvink. Let The Journal years cld. 16 bands, soand and gen- A little walt ad will kbria i t opsre. Apply to A. M. MeMilgan. 5nov forms a unifted.ri. conltatg
as solve the problem for you. tle. Also registered brood mare. A.1presltLA .Th s-st is too fM.. oapril T SD fsrnea=a ufSlg ri*. 106Sthensit thei nytm o
:e xpe- detectives, and c.E HinSmb C T o NlLB lJufo delay.a d Ohoiine bl o tene ohr .
M an you are looking for it, FOR SALE CHI&P-Two New Homei- ri ...R. . estof the sleric 1 0"I'11,11M5s tonIw the wordL
:uded ia the 25,000 or 30,000 Sewtg MachiesM good as new, oneo w between 7th and .th streets.s.. T s. Neo wrk le Co. 4 2 H Money Orders ar old at I
-iica ,makes the population at fne Jerseycw A --I 0 ., railway, between 7th andth tre t .
S ae. a he popua fine Jersey cow. App. l 405 E. Bel Nature has favored this section and It agencies of th Southern E ress
_moot. Photo w. ijlyiw rnaelt be duplicated. A. V. ClaDbb. i o *o- *e.-
a ESTATE WANTED-Within FOR SAL.-The best Watermelons tl LOST, STRAYBD OR dupicad A. V. C bbs. f l. Company at reaosaatie hours. Re.
or four ales o. Pensacola the city an be found a ice at Ca,-; Small blue roan cow; one horn 4l1p-. -,,- L--- OATi ON DAlMOlNDS eeipt M o ven stu money ostnd.
S. good farming land; also 16u stantine Cepadiusa. 12 f. Tarragona ped; ought to have young calf. Re-i GUi.r Y .a,_B and all ldad ed t order isl t.
S. ,,,j farming land. Must 8be st luneJta-, ward for return to C. F. Mabson care t M5 T B te the n et lt W to send
Thos. Pebley, CHIC i W,,r. -.n e-mhs e M. & 0. clothing store. Mb yilwn .... _- CutsB*t. , m^Md^e^ n eet w ""-_ Wr ip Nu
- _tP...22apr1 Ik d LOST---Gold shirt waist. cameo pin, lean n _____T________n__ ..,
* '\ :-Hau.:r.g and transit .fer _. i between American NattoTah Bean .Vc, Fouu s8.v For sale at MaI Ofie, 16 West
S, jffee phone 263. Residence M"l C 5-- and Thiesen building. Reward aor aO1 .Gverhment. Branch ofces, J. B.
: WAcota White, 22-28 N. OR RIg~-Tww ri torea n It turn to 1017 N Palafox St., 8. PW Tuil1 Roberts & Co., Corner Hayne and
n- 2SBMA e and 1-ls au -- street. hum. ulylwl WW V V Wright streets, Jas. Hanseon Co.,
.De... rwae .M Nbletie SpmT-O p e 1 MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER a lot of Cor. Alcaniz and Gadeden streets, J. E
A .D-E-Oraer n for The Jout..all a, i Agy to The. Pbler. LOST.-On passenger train, a slR em-.. MONTH. Williams, corner Jackson and DeVil-
.-. Pensacola an aama Canal Smarch brella with silver handle, with en- Ladies and Gen's Clothing eleanedl, lher streets, Hannah Bros. drug store,
E ch w l shortly appear.s of GO T gO gT fSt *I etM4 B graving M. A. H. on handle. Party dyed and repaired. Goods called OLD PAPEhitRS Co. drg store, Hargs Phar-
:-:.n half-tone i ctres of city. 0 T Mad ed tre takingsame by mistake in leav ig train ad delvered. macy, 7rug store, B M, Soomon's res
ea t o urpenal s e mS 1 St caihg bG photo. at Pensacola, please return to Mrs W. ABELL FINCH, PROPS, otrarant, Merchants Hotel.
s at Joral oeee. ra Se U vs a *ad.'J. Hama, 411 Cervantes street. .I 140 E. Government .t. O- Sale. .- W, "W S
v, AN. .-Second-hand Corn, Oat him ,a I ljulylw. Ph"e No. 1. Peiuimia, Fla..
s: .:." e meal eacks. Out t v __ .. "_" -* _...
*.&- :-.: eolcirted Write a --- --
r E Mc:;ea & CB. Bmarchla J ,I . I. ,
I ,' r, *" -

a 1 B:-NG;1gAM wuats ror iMovT1
IL .auing. He guarantee all break-
P:.ow -. i
S, I--nspection and tallying of.
F. IL Goulding. 508 SoUat
."\ Phone "Z, Residence
44; 23)uaelM"
\FUN.iTUftit. uoe
t-C. Aruces,. Jewerk7 &ad a" Sl*
t..- .-Ucle wanted. We pae ras
0: Address P. 0. Bwo 36, Cy.
.-c.Aaity and your silma- wiM
* careful attanio D. Hale Wi;-
-" & Co.
:; -Schooner wanted to traan-
a" s of wreckage from Port
SNwpo," News. Apply P. 0.
S-ackponville. Fla. l alylw
t H'AL. contracting patws
:u. SfSn palntinga ae-
.dence phone 240. IvTor.
S-A; once a good, getl,'
. ,. to work in single -
be cheap. Apply BM
. tcr Davis and Lloyd 3s.|

for Rent.
=4 a3. Upkim& I* ro .s........on
1l4orew rasidence. all modern
fenea s. aNrmHill. ..9M
716 N. 4L Strbe st, wiMUd
Front 00.e, 114A 5& GeVWVmmet
Simi siP~,~. p sair46 Suit-
- lee ~rd eSTOft
*rev mad bvWorP*Mlo
WIND* -.0.. ..... *.b..........M)A0
*1W 18ON*M4-- ** *......950


Six desirable building lots at

A. Ni me, 505 Gadsden, 7 roo at


for Rent.'

242 EasOt
421 East
32 West
700 West
432 East
808 West
s0o North

Chase...p..,.... ..It00
Government.......... 11.0
IntendmiB ...... 6. S
Intend"ioa ....... I*
SIntendenflI........ 10J.
Main.. ......... 1
7th AvIHC....... ..



Por Steam Division
Trains leave Pcnsacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35ain
5:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30anm
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pmn
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00put
*8:10par ar F;. Barrancas *8:50pmi
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8: 6am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:40pm
5:15pm ar Pensacola 5:55pm
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
Electric car will leave Pensacola
every hour from 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with tbe
exception of the first car leaving Pen-
sacola at 6 a. m, which will, on re-
turning, leave the Blig Bayou at 6:20
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above in the week day sebeda:e
which will beg!n Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pensacola at
7. 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50. 1:50, 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50,
8, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou. and immediately re-
turning froht Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the traij
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electric,
car schedule and w.l work in connec-
tion with itL

Pensudl, St. Airews Ml
Buff Stfauhip Co.
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalachlcota.
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 a8
M., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Penmacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andrews, Millville, A-
lacdicola, Carrabelle and intermdliafe
For additional Information apply tj
E. R. COBB, Presideat.
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola, 'la.





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Estate, Rents, Collections, Pire In-
g to Real Estate. We respectfully
tee satisfaction.
St Gregory street; good renters.
ry dwelling fronting Little Bayou;
ling, containing 5 rooms with about
s; near Electric Car line.

Garden Streets.


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t~e~ 9Ea~t$4.~ ~iVN A L, AVO:~j

(A~ ~ a ~nfralK I ILKES AN D
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to bekSapely

These features are very
strongly characteristic of
our Summer Suits at

$10.00, $12.50, $1500
$16.00 and $18.00.
Fine line of
Shirts at
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.


John White
SOufitter to Men and Boys
205207 S. Palafox,
Phone 225.


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no equaL
Sold everywhere.

S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.

eader in Imported


and Liquors.

Frin Photoerph
Pensacola Florida,

Office, Brosnaham building, next
to Pensacola Business CoHege.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pensacola, Fla.
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Good to Eat

Ring 1132

T. E. Gartland,
tcher Md GreenM Grocer,

28 East Government

y yo sr al ad stock feet from
e home manufacturer, ace-maglag
bse- industry, oemtribute to home
tabr, and leave your money in your


U North Falaf ox
PHONE, 675.
Proprietor. Manager.
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S-llIR 5111

sm" bEve want a pleasant laxative. l Chrlleston---100.000 land and In- It;a dMaharTe04 to L each week for eght "j':
that is easy take an certain to act vestment company; $60burg 25,000 fertildware ac in The e oa J',
use Chamberalat's Stomach and Liver indt AA tD imtM dAI company. 6i sar cot r. P a T ublishe d cola Jor a
tablets. For sale by all druggists. B -100,000 paper pulp mill Pe i chiefly by the native c un in sa a'
Swun8., .Hi &Crie. .- N*b&* -r- Columbta--20,000 paim company; iAmeriaa. 9preiU eat very little Umb Cort, tu y M r C
Hopknsvlle, Crim., July 150,000 development company. of it. A German, for example, msit ate Of" =J '0' er Pensacola, FPin. May 1,. "' -,
Holland, an old negro, 7- was hanged Sumter--25,000 warehouse com.-:eat three" pis In a year, while agod odTh,-eressa l j'. _.. .. an d .
'here to-day for the murder two years Iq1,,.Yanke.. ,ouldconsume anmany in a Louisa Rsberj4_a- U ,T v W. A. C -
Tennessee. L 1Ue Maih, the Italians and Booth.Peft "4t N e
ago of an unknown white man whom of _:._c
he found sleep by the roadside, near sawandsupDNe
Pembroke. Ky. Right other negroes, Mik t da mI" m tan ply company. nlish eat plum puddn. and the trator and b velt l Tate, e nor Conn" -
who were convicted of participation Memphis-$50,000 land company; .Italians like fruit. New England an& W, I. Kaowlea, p, British steam]nip
in the murder, were given life seae r d, $75-,000 tobacco company. the middle states contitute the arema of Kowle O be responsible for *
ee n iBolivar-$20,000 water works and greatest coun.mption, but the pie belt Nshvde. ,trA d by .the crew of sa.
Another on Rerelens. I r i ickr light plant. "extends .ar beyond that, as piis# .$ H..... r-.
Ph ai.A. rge G. k h s 1lightplan t. e s e eaten al hp tion.A

property, egned to-d at the re2- iastimleO Su led W mal Clarksville--Light, power and heat, a great pie center. St. Louis is not so e C. W TO Y FENDS.
tiones will take ect a- Tce rastgn g r f ti,"&f ing company. od. Milwaukee also ranks low. One ston and Ab I wish to state to my ren! -
STexas. would not thMak that there are means On -Monda.o -the radin

Merit and .aI .ley'as Honey Texarkana-$20,000 hardware Ci- It t.rpnle correctness the co. r .Te Cour teous treatment and. h. ti
and Tar hae Imi i.b taar e oe ed ad *ai. E p asy-.12, ,000mining company.tfor m 5 ii theory state ingad to A. D. 1htBooteanr Ael o gods fo the lowet pI .

te g te. T' eBalmont $210,000~ development oj b. t ama e gaOt Ta toe rtebst oLiat e B.aowe wit t 'r
WtHtrony aond..andlungt.Thb lo g toepseasow
Boew are T thi i- a an lun if *,Dallas-n--10,000 mbnine company. -two eRM wbk enable me to compute traV. Ri chpleased to see fruits. art "
remedy, aad Tm' t D mof the great -Texarkana-20,000 hardware cE"sle correctness the on- vanweeV.Ter. courtkus treaty

mer fo Iteand p eblarity.f-h w s Honey g p *e ad bowel dor are P
las e. vl Wie a -i *eenvfll-,000 bottlingwor a.i. germs and caIs aema-ort time P
Ask for Ithe n& | nbst.*mpany. x e. "r ony.i. b "M a Bowel Tonic -" .
o"s. A i the re-beo
m. .", .. ......... _-. ......W.

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w Tp 1"' "1,o..
TageootHman Life.
LIT t TtLE E WHNrrYDRbutA Pl 5 lB health smad emr i.btai assra ace. d
t! % opport!aity to get I The Equitable's
Thk Coa u f on eums y laeQd Lalr w .e n yli .c. .' M,-o b" "*t
ir IUm s heM at 11tWhe oc oIserIf buy 'Red Se" n 11, f Is mighty attrctve polc. Ask s abot
Mcli pl l 11W K,1.w les Bro.s. fPoL^e a

Some prC the bet h ac Lead rias et fwe m ethi.g Au ,t B B* ,
witnessed in Peuawla iook place at c11 i < SN7, Taof to Gulf Trsit Co. -

Blue Ribbon and KastIe Wilkins, was iin g Cthm tt ,A. M. AVERY. o, Goodwoed, Br ea, II"I-IBoog, az. l r n- rpE ate o ud hi_1_
a hard fought one t9ip start to tish. ian totic d qsly ore to or. 8. Keyser Cur.37. New. ges t, ay expm_ bat slam hi n he,
SAfter Katie Wilkes ad won the first .Vm .n thi S ot ,te m I.-- Inchmoor, Br s i, Cr s. 3078, ew -....... l-- .... .y .'dol blue.In Florida
two heats, Blue bbon easily took he tis .. Tea Ka..... ....d.... ,
third one. y JI n, the opacer, horse dene that the middle of er will ner 2666
twiaced the fously defeated Bi e Ribbon cause the least cessatMA follow- A a Br A A r A A
over the same track. rom she was going to Chattanooga, Tennustres J 7 he l to Browns o. B I r, l & W_-. Gemeral l. j

la"go" in the firsizet heuit, the last heat week ending July 5, leddtag up to and "m "-'Uf l L ._ Br_ Presat. 1..80, _-_ _p_ V. _-
she was not at all steady and Katoe including the great ocs of Amert. li o n

was a doubt of Little Joe's ability to e by The. Tradesm ro reports ai, tos yr to Yeow and Repairers of
The Anecod wric was between Ll ognftitlealginrelrhaeswihho-,o t1caaL ,umbn Co.a I

win tares heats, although a n the sent n through nts cqrrmuondents, Is Naval Stores Market. pine Lamber Co, -ACdlo ERY AND BOILERS
n very es time and led right into conditions which exist la this section stores market close to-day as o Benos Ayres to Pensacola umbe FORGS MIpL AND STAMSHIP SUPPLIS
the stretch, when little Joe came by in point of capital invested the indus c l0ws: Co. SBratAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
him like a steam engine, winning the tral-movement is ,onstantly growing w ........... 60 to $4 /0 Ital bk Dec Cinguni, Olivarl, 2l8u Pr pt attuetion given to all orders, day or night. Awn .S
heat and race in 2:31 fat. The time in importance and the dirsity of WG ................ 4 25 to 4 30 from Gno to Rosasco Bros. for Ja s McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, a.M-
for this heat was the fastest ever new plants is in perfect keeping with N .................. 4 00 to 4 05 Innocenta,.tal bk, Garriano, 769,. Ft Chalet all deerlpUtons.
paced over this track na match race. tae claims which are as to thie M .................. 3 95 to 4 00 de France to RosascoBros. Q w Phne 1, PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr.
Before the races nd between heats unbounde resources haout. In K................. 3 0o to 3 95 Oceans, Port bk, Molledo, 1123, New e Mde ge Phee 1029. P.O. Box 123. -
Wyers Band enlivened the occasion this list will be seen amber of new I 8 85 Orlens t. H. ars & Co.--ac--_-,_woeue_ .........-__ _-___ __ .... ..o.....,
wih several popular selections, concerns cats at e er e100.00 lrC........................3 G $0 Thouet .UZ bk l rr, 8 A. to C.
The office* of the day were:. Lieu. ant, two or more at OV:00,000.. T .e..........................3S 75 a 'eo -.
tenant J. D. Brya, starter; Walker development of ul-be~~ ,on and e .'.... $8 7 to 3 7' to 3... s-- s rs
Gonzalez. H. R. Smith, and Joh. Rn all the atAges comeam for a la ........... ........3 56 Harry W. Lwls,Br sch, 279, Matan. 2sm-666,. --'m.. -n-... -,,, ............
Byrns, judges. The summary follows: share of attention, aad hence t e D .......................... 3% rs to J.A. Merritt &Co.
Katie Wilkes (Smithers) 1-1-2-1. many citations of new lumber mUile- c.............. 3 20 to 3 13 Julia A. May, Hondurian ch. Scott
Blue Ribbon (Newell) 2-- 1-2. 1ieng companies, cori oad coke o Spirits Turpentine, 59 cents. 74, Ruatan to Master. r el An wa t R ehpi an i nr .ar
Time- e mil. ; r3 ent wort s and kindred, new action Good for Stomach Trouble and Con. tUmore to master. \ *
nme. I mie r.32; 2.28; 2.31%; ties. A number of eotten gins and stipatln. Magnolia, Am sch, Houseman, Pas
2.27th Ste. cotton seed oil mills art shown in the arketlons eto-ayn a I Be nosAtooReLANA s I
n Race. week's record. an new-knitting mills. "Chamberlain's Stomach and Utver camoula to order. r......
t eJ cond RaWe) week1.s record. anr s newaltting myls Tablets have done me a great deal of Maxie, Am sch, Ward, Key West to .e e..-. .... Mbs& eI sesiH... ..
Little Joe (Wi kle) 1-1-1. cotton warehouse compaales and ya I oo C Townsm o Rat Portae m ter.
Grey John (Newell) 2-2-3. and cotton mills are also recorded. gario, SaysC. Towns,, Rei Rata -Portage, master
Time: 1 mile, 1.14i; .10i; 1.09. i"e f factory. Sthe after effects are not unpleasant Agotne Terra, Ital ship C Ga R nge Cook Are Good Cooks.
Time 1 mile, 2.30%; 2.25%; 2.21. Selma-$25,000 fertlr factory. and I can recommend them to all who era, 1170. I verpool to master.
The horses, Little Joe, Katie Wilkes Spring oardei and suffer from stomach disorder." For relymilon, Rus ship, Ayllnr, 1882, Sto a. & . .e s ~p t ftecA ,oa.d
and Grey Jthbn, wtll be shipped to Clantosi830,000 wr.eho..e and druggists. Nav_- to 4 0 Genes to R_ _
Montgomery to-day and after a few manufacturing company. sale by all druggistsN Navaire to mast- e-r 1 t, .
days' rest will be sent to different Onvllle-820,000 saw mill. CHOLERA INFANTUM. a
parts of the country to fill the engagse- Thomaston-410,000 gin and ware- tory; 100-ton fertilizer factory. Children Not Expected te. Live from
ments in which they are entered, house company. Durant-$10,000 electric light plant. One Hour to Another, but Cured by
It is said that two well-known local Arkansa3 Gulfport-$30,000 lumber company. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and O.OLA O A C O
horsemen have each purchased a fast Hot Springs-$10,000 land company. Indianola-$500,000 building and Diarrhoea Remedy ..
horse and that there will be a man ULttle Rock--45,000 manufacturing loan company. Ruth, the little daughter of N. -
race within the next week or so that company. Yazoo City-$65,000 yarn mill. Dewey, of Agnewville, Va., was serf- 2 Ph e 146
will keep the wise ones guessing until tt Hattlesburg-$10,000 factory for ously ill of cholera infantum last sum- _ _._f it
it is over. Calhyun-Electric light plant. making telephone a.d telegraph cross mer. "We gave her up and did rot .HarW:...-7',-----lilli-ll--litilh-
KatietWilkes000,12o1.terDs.. .. ... 3 expect her to live from one hour to .........................
One Dollar Saved Repe ents Ten 0Co. hail factory; $50,0(0 construction Macon-$-50,000 cotton mills. another," he says. "I happened to -
Bs ane d companyy c s onow lu erm Miso,.r. think of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholerat
The average man does not save to company; stOIme o St. Lous $1,00 hemical manu- d arrlo Rem y nd ot a t- . 1 1i tp.
exceed ten per cent of his earning. Daltom ina'tlnlga'a ce ,facturing company $5,bo construct. tie 4f it frbm the store. In five hours
He must spend nine dollars in living ndn ti compa,0 costruco saw a change for te better. Dt L o a n Oce
expenses for every dollr sved. Tht Owsso 000 and develop- company; $30,000 automobile factory; kept on giving it and before she had
being the case he cannot be too careful met. company. con e construction company e tal onesmall bole she
about u s e e r H ows c n ik e mining and smelting company. by all druggists.
ten a few cents properly invested, like pany. M- onns Cityd S 2 0 m melin' omach M tuo Lo one.
buying seeds for his garden, will save Kentucky. Kan sas City-"$20,000 minig y to
several dollars outlay later on. It ist nHenderson-$150,000 pining a l4 pany; $200,000 v inV tment company; ng coma
the same in buying Ohamberlain's Col- maminfcturing compa)' lmplemeat $15,000 plow works; $20,000 sand com. eteg company. s0oacco co- Jy
ic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It work. pany; $50,000 horseshoe manufactur- Petersurg-$100,000 tobacco u b
costs but a few cents, and a bottle of/ Ashland-$25,000 land company; ing company. w-Telephone comny.
t in the house often saves a doctor's $25,000 oil company. Bismark-Telephone system. Lew-Tlphon000 lum c ompany anof
bill of several dollars. For sale by aln o Liberty-75 barrel ur and angnah-25,000 investmTazew ell- 0,000 coal mining corn-m. Unrdeeed pledge ays for sale at bargain prices.
bill of several Collars. For sale by all; pany.
druggists mill.0 Lamar--40.000 telephone system. oice C .G .
rsu.i svlle-$10,000 lad .ompany. duenweg-Zinc mines. West Virginia. Watches and stocks repaired and work delivered when prom
MAYOR SSe oon Webb City--Mines. Charleston-Brick works. ised.
S l saddle factory.uisiana. Neosho-Brick and stone works. Morgantown- 00,000 coal and coke We have a ety vaual especially constructed or our business
ISSUES NOTICE company; $48,000 construction o ny. Keyser-$o,000 yeast ar 0 n
anyn t. Joplin-Two mnng companies. g company; canning factory.
p ; ,25, mSedalia-$5,000 lumber company. Parkersburg- $100,000 oil and gas Phone 1127.
LAW REGARDING VEHICLES W4LL Columbia--Oil mill and fertwItser c Carthag oe$100,000 mininga company. CKempany.orim and spoke far.
St. Joseph-$30,000 a company, r d oke
BE STRICTLY ENFORCED or-'. ... North Carolina. y eHFot.,
SHot PA ColicCh eraI North Carolina. and
AFTER AUOUST 6. New Bern-Pulp and paper mill. W eston-$25,000 oil and gas corn. May 19th, 1905. may:Iaw'
I A T 6h u' r Needmore-$50,000 warehouse cornm- ny. .I
TI I 1 I| pany. TERSELY TOLD In Becambla County Circ, *,' :-.
The following notice which has just 'Hickory-$10,000 bottling works. Buy it Now. SUINS LOCALS. State of Florida-In Chanery
been issued by Mayor Bliss is of spe- Wilmington-$30,000 coal company. Now is the time to buy Chamber- A. V. Cro et als, vs. Pen.a (
cial interest to owners of vehles r. Wayinebcro-$50,000 lumber comr- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Company, 8rrtt Tate, Adn : r *
the city r - pany. Remedy. It le certain to be needed i-- ur' -nishp d w o t h u WaH-
Mh e T O EL:N pa r's Hill-$25,000 wood and ay sooner or latr r and when that time Hendrix & C~lenter w fundrnishrTa o H Dv w
NOTICE TO VEHICL-E OWNERS. D 5 a working company. ecmes you will need it badly-yov wll estimates a npeldlgng. at paintings e, N. Thurton.
The ordinances of the City of Pen- E Oklahoma. need it quickly. Buy it now. It may and give personal atteatdon to work. nowles, eir at law of P' K
sacola make it unlawful for any one | Geronimo--$10,000 cotton gin. save life. For sale by all druggists. 932 E. Strong and 824 Bst LaRua L TW. Hals, W. A. Bn.., W .
to drive over the streets of the city | Lincoln-$7,000 cotton gin. o streets. C. Maxwell. John Max I ''.
with a loaded wagon or other vehicle h an Hobart-$25,000 investment cem- Simaraba Bark is an old Creole remi- C. Maxwell, John Max welaw A .
with tires less than 2% inches in iSpany. ei $10dy fcr Diarrhoea anJ all bowel dis- .es Maxwells heirs at 'aw of a.i
width, or with axles which are bent so Oklahoma City-810,000 manufactur- orders, and is a good one. Calais McKinsie Oertit & o., wholesale Maxwe S C C o a
as not to present the qat surface of ing company. Simnarubc Bowel Tonic does the work. and retail ship chandlers and grocers, Oy '*t
the tire to the ground. Indianapolis-$80,000 oil and mining 'Is not a strong astringent, contains the only flrst-clts hosq of t-e kind on1d9y, the7th da \ '
In conformity to a resolution of the areg company, no opus or other poisons. Is palat- in Pensacola. nPgl p ne to all. ton, W. Boo the, C. H .' .
Board of Publle Works, all offenders Enid-$50,000 land company, able and effective for children or To linson W. A. Shaw 's-
will be punished after August 6th. i lrick-$25,000 gin and fuel com.r- adults, rr-ce 25c. Sold at White's Why use ferroy ,, whna you Tate, adminst. r A Shaw "
OHAS. H. BLISS, L ---- A pany. Pharmacy. can buy Kelso ea, MP, Dimity, of th at of Wal- Tg. .
B. S. B fRNARD, e Mayor. South Carolina. Kara Linevn, r Cras 'p at C. V of.the. tate o Wa.-.. ,
billof eveal ollrs.For aleby ll;Ltbrty75 arre 49r ad gist Saannh-$2,00 inestentcom Bodton$I(,Oo lubercomany

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