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 9, 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
30.433333 x -87.2


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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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VOL. VIII. NO. 165

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By AI oailted P4 minded that the breechblocks of the By Asollate Prees. been called to a bulletin of the AM-
Kustenji, Roomania, July 8.-IThe ships' guns be turned over as a pledge' Washilgton July.-As a result of dated Pressto the eect that a Mr
T E i Stag o ASt rews once moire fiesOf good ith. The mutineers offered Re sth investor by the secret service Holmes who has been dismissed from f IMRS
Rusian .ifC BIr sm o t pre st the =u. Tells the People of KHaw tHw result of eated iress to the effect that a i r. of Wies and Child
to present the battleship to the Ro- agents of the charges made by chthe department of agriculture, commu-
Iangernment, as they were anx- ard Cheatham, secretary of the South- nicated advance information to New
and Buildings and 80 t th a de ens t, she.e not returpedre' theoSysten
d tetorpedo beat which ba r-ons that she be not returned er otton Asociation, that informa- York brokers, including myself. Per-
4etreat foter e atl ? eormal Ty te as to the A CaM MaSSeS. tion had been given to cotton brokers mit me to say that such a statement Pf
dee for two wee s pa. Te formal They skea' the authorities to guar- in New York by some person or per- s absolutely false and without founds-
eder o the mutinous crews took antee to those surrendering that they sons in the bureau of statistics, Sec- tion, so far as I know. No charge has
piece at me o'clock this afternoon, be furnished with Roumanian pass- tary Wilaon of the department of ever been made against me to the de-
S SQU RON after a series of oral egotiations ports and that they should not be ex- RYAN'S AT retary of the department of ever been made against mh e to the d HA
AL R SR between the RBm-ootmb authorities tradited to Russia. The mutineers T lA l 0 U L [Lrcial report to the effect that it has made any inquiry of, or concerning, LL
and the leaders of the mutineers. wanted to take the treasure from the been found that 10dwin 8. Holmes, as. me with regard to the matter. The
The Potemkin* and the torpedo boat ship but the authorities refused to sociate statistician, communicated ad- report is false and libelous and I shall
arrived to-day aa'n chord in the permit it. When the final agreement .. ce Information to L C. Vanrier, be obliged to treat its publication as i
nse Had Ten Trslf outer harbor. The authorities oard- was reached, the mutineers were ta-Sa Pesident R osevelt is Bound aNew York broker, and M. aas, of such and seekto tregaits ubla NOt, Rp
td the ship and demanded an expla- ken from the ship and sent in small New York, who acted as a go-between, all who give further publicity to the
aed With Trps. action of the return ato the ship to parties to distant parts of the country. Hand and Fo- conveying the infoltnatlon from statement. Yours very truly, s
ded WRomanian waterThey will gradually be sent to any Holmes to the other New York bro. "THI)DOI~E H. 'PRIO
The mutineers offered to surrender frontier they may elect, and then be kers, including Theo. Price. It was
WLSSIAN BATTERIES AT KARSAK. a deserters, bMt the satherites de. liberated. AUTHOR OF FRENZIED FINANCE also charged that reports in the de- Vanriper Wants Full Statement. MINISTRY OF MARINE ISSUI
apartment had been "juggled" so as New York. July 8.-In a statement
ORSK SUCCEED IN DRIVING OFF SAYS HE IS IN THE WEST TO to favor persons in Wall street. given out to-night, L. C. Vanriper calls BULLETIN SAYING THAT
A ITNGLE JAP TERNPEDO BOW A IIILWARN THE PEOPLE F 1 PEND tary Wilson to prevent any further full statement given by him (Vanrper)E
ACTIVITY IN EASTERN WAR CIRI ING DANGERS AND HE APPEALS leakage of the department figures, and during the cotton investigation Van- MORNING AND HOPE OF BA
U III IIIIW IFE U I Ian entire reorganization of the bureau riper asserts he gave what informa-
C.ES AGAIN EVIDENT. TO THEIR BALLOTS TO PRO- of statistics and the manner of pre- tion he had to the department upon MEN HAS NOT BEEN A
Su ll l Vnr T Ir rln n paring the report has'been outlined promise of Secretary Wilson that his
CAPU Wl l HS B-LE IT lONE YERLIl TECT GOVERNMENT. by him. According to the new plan name would not be used. He further DONED,
the reports of the field agents will be says the Investigation would show that
By Associated PreWI. only in the hands of either the secre- the actual cotton reduction in the June
C '-bur. July S.-A dispatch Special to The Journal, tary of agriculture or the assistant report should be from eighteen to Bizerta, Tunis July 8.-Anoth
S: m General Lapunoff, Ottwa Kn July -Thos secretary twenty-five per cent. instead of eleven tempt will be made by the relief
: & :h. Russian troops on the TAMPA MAN CONVICTED AND T wo nimmen-Thos.en The papers in connection with the and one-half per cent. as given out. Berger and Wilhelm to move th
:. .luiy 7, the JapaneseI UL GIVEN HEAVY SENTENCE BY here to-day, in line with his recent trict attorney for the District of Co. Secretary Wilson Denies It. tombed crew have families living
poachedhd the village oT JUD 'oRON articles on Frenzied Fnance." Mr. lumbia and he has reported that crim- Washington, July 8.-When shown and the despair of the wives anc
:ut( seven miles southeast .. ..Laws. i's dnual prosecution cannot lie against Vanriper's statement Secretary Wilson dren of the imprisoned men ma
: .k and opened fire on the Ti im t Mr. Lawson's Ad*res. Holmes. Holmes has been dismissed denied that he had promised not to pitiful spectacle. A strict offcla
la M ,m ,iU u fTwo factors are inevitable in every from the service. use Mr. Vanriper's name, but said he sorship is maintained against ci
dispatch of the same date S Iiti The Tampa Tribune says: One robbery-the robber and the robbed. had promised not to use other names detailed information regarding th
: the afternoon, a Japanese year at hard labor in the county jail, Most people fool themselves with THEODORE H. PRICE .AYS given him as to other investigations fadet.
-sat approached Karsakorak t io TsIMa. the maximum penalty for aggravated the belief that a robber makes a rob- TATEMENT ABSOLUTELY FALSE. nowon. As to the statement of Mr. Van-
luissiaa batteries opened fire assault, was handed down by Juasle bery This is an error. There must riper to the effect that a thorough in- The Work Continues
lied the boat to retire." Gord to HJ. Greencon- be a victim-some one who submits vestigation would disclose the fact
mbardment had been antlrc. ey A -clT ed P rlm. .tedo ne y ting his.e, with to being robbed. withoutt a victim New York, July 8.--The Associated that the real acreage reduction was Pari, July 8.-The m str
Sthe comm dnt had or New York July .- e righ ited of cruelly beating his wife with the boldest highwayman on earth is Press has received the following let- from eighteen to twenty-five per cen rine ha issued the following b
withdrawal of the defenders Elandcap, the richer of ta t her hair. as impotent as a pump ia a dry well. ter from Theodore H. Price: and not eleven and a half, Secretary net "The d e ban
events, was ra n et the Brietea-- the ....utr u All robbers become homet men or "Dear 8i0-My attention has Just Wilson said it was without foundation. fede.i The p rteet t a not
-ane Beet coer. g the tod y ad a w m by Ar l to sente the pi er, Judge convicts when the other party in the t owed into port, u the savage
.p on the Ilatnd of khalihll l2: 4 O Welis ran e ad o on said:- . affair refuses to participate. s Proceeding and is hoped to
f two batclme I of rps at America trs has known. t yr et of those peclibu cses aair res, tor vpart ate When you Tear a grea eR h len
t-if ollh ;reas b e est -about wch people o think diof hre snt, here yu hear m an d mt be c lt v
gunboats .tcirt3 th tor- This so let 51h td d ,__, I f"oe phly to the signal, but although
e h t hk e I te e p ir o ns e fo r wie t ab w hel up his ac.t.. ....

FLOR tALAiaWINS a iae o ld e r d on a Tedl. Ino bbw a is desperate, te ps
Lr. oeree.i hween She" a woman, rather than teto s r her disgorge, some sympathy may' be duer New York, J 8-Drg
r M --a:,kr-i The commander testedd for by the very best hkoses t There woul eran excuse for wita o foray hTe,. perhaps, has been caught usn- -es
-am, daclmont of irops t Ame turf has known.c ri-~i tman might do if he surpr ked his 'ife aware, or overpowered, but when a
t,,,rl4 ,',, red, *he eoa: defense its already bright history was ade in an act of unfaithfulness, but there great, free people Is robbed, some-
n'a-i a vera- th othImore I d- isno evidence of anything of the o_ I l where their manhood must be 't fault
.n-L GrtE IN w oc FretLA mient of new world's record. r in t his case, and there is nothing t Betveen robber and the robbedthe s British Te is LUN
stiWONckOUTck in that memorable head-to-head mans Striking a woman witeil' I r s all in favorC i ofthe I TI
SIXdrive with the stricken Irish Ld, tra- a pair of knucks. I ot believe the robber. He has new ivention h .is act-
led a mlke andthe B quarter asr than evidence would have warranted a con- gain. The robbed loses. In robbery B A i
-- --LOR ,eALA WINS any other raci a aimal the world has vction for assault with intentt o ur-I there is excitement being robbed n is NrreJlis I h eJ l s Gt a
cMl t ol I knoRwn. When the record-br4eaking d er .as you were ch surged, butI. t amply a humiliation. To rob, one must have storm late this afternoon ten pe
An us by a score of for time of 2:02alleg 4 was an tnouncedh r Geen eto crrn con- that which thepluk and nerve; the robbed who doof n ly in tracking criminal in

h ries were: Florala s-ear-old child wa completed to caledeapon and entenc su to part with. Slavery is the condition considerable talk among owners o ens ampnip couny and the anals will pro
took it place en among threat free people sube rowne eral interpretation p ed upon the ke er

SGreeneaynor Case mit to being robbed the- are on the-notice will come unoW the ban after INE AND LEFT TOWN. county jail, can be induced to hi
race courses o oft e cou ont for i fr. ag r d e The robber transgresses the laws of Ore d f aa V Ii Co the s g s Much M Iss Guy Su N O bCts .
ofBoth Irish Ld and Broomstickwere for if ou had not of Kingsld ha God and mustma n, the required but they who allow Spof the est trained and either o th
Smission-to p.iinted rom th ear hout to you that the coursehou the limit of the law." themselves vy to be robbed infringe the ti s atderstd ly har an criminal
Y ly .-Rev.Dr..Hor was thought Broomstick would start His Vilctim. Laws of mand whatnd the first la f he prprerw of these vehi ngj
WON OUT BY SCORE cor show green received his sentence in nature-self rubber is not staid an cles are considerably alarmed overn. of Vehicles. C te The bloodho the
t hs siting hibd aged father w- aNew OrleanHs wife, who had refused to. Robbers nce. Despite invts presention. outfits. ha
SIX TO FIVE. ed he was not in condition for & -stru- testify against him., was in the court;I eise sinc tewordvegin. Ilav-

ne at the table to- l h tttle Rock-Nashli.ille rain. ness I know that worldhen the American Alderman Sol Cahn was seen at his
Sih h fatroomherand after sentence was pa- sed oplery is its twin brother. The fabric of Th place recent publication of a notice BySS Oiated Press.
Eve Endd Smith l back and ex ent out into the corridor and talked civilization lay beforesents theorganiza- by Mayor Bliss to the effect that, be- London, July 8Miss Guy Sutton.
Special to The Journal. Rith her husband for some time. At- tion of society against robbery, ginning August 6 next, all tires used of Pasadena, Caifornia, to-day beat Two full grown black bloodh

'n ito 1l health imon.hea nt o l eaoome t hat they are absolutely in the power and asked what effect the mayor's or-
gamef ball here to- ar K. Smith. on trial in Manchester Green pleaded guilty to carrying that which the other does not desire inches in width has been the cause o British as l as the American lady n tracking criminals in c
Ane'ilusia by a score of six; for the alleged beating to death of herr tennis championship
'h k Fb:.ries were: Florala. six-year-old child, wascompletedto- called weapons and sentence was sus- to part with. Slavery is the condition considerable talk amongoduced the ofrd
Andalusia. Crump-rday. Argument in the ase will begin ended in this case of subjection tothe will of another by vehic es which, and I am under the gen-By Aoiated Pre of the Galveston Commander
SDr Hodson habit. When a great free people subow lo eral interpretation anpced upon the uponNEGRO GAMBear A admiral of the Tacomanders, wh co mmalored prisoner
lor more tha a year Washington 5, New York 5Cae. (second to being robedmans they are on the not think the enforcement of the banordi- Charles D. Sisee, Captain John Haw- county ail, can be nd sailors hi
Sa weeMontreal July 8.An appicaon way to being made slaves. Slthe avery the swillth of next month s of any leytrail few mi of the flnuagescorte in advancthe bo
r. P Diesor bail forMessrs. Gaynor and Greene as surely follows robbery into their oth Ver cla."few of the wagons used forw o e r e s e neg gAdmiral Paul Jones from Par
firrefDsed Judge Ouwmet the bit and saddle the capture of the various purposes in the city hae tire inwtheo CriminalC was ysesnerday oThy taned andg aeir tof te

-*:, Philadelphia 8, Boston 11, (first people once get it firmly into their other class." --mander Alex Sharp, of the C'hatta Admiral Paul Jones from .Part

D Hodson's LLife. game.) heads that in their midst is a power The enforcement of the order will nooga; Commander William G. Cutlei Cheboarg.
t : \\" eman Pell Hodson Philadelphia 11. Boston 4, (second working for the annihilation of their probably be felt more by country peo-
.;... is at Ithica, N. game.) comforts their happiness and7 their ple coming to the city with produce,
h- education in the S -Louis Cleveland 5. freedom-once let them really make etc., than by any othqr class as it is
e ,.s the Ithica Aca- Detroit 3, Chicago 3, (thirteen "in- sure and they will rise ana go forth, understood that butf comparatively sot ter S Flesh Is
S. -wa and the General nings, darkness.) and before they return there will few of them use wagons that are up
Sm*r-. He studied lav- have been placed between the covers tc the requirements of the ordinance. (ra t on *
S. admitted to the bar Nationa; League. of history pages that will need no O
\New Yo--k in 1871. He DR. W. 14. P. 4OSON. New York-Brooklyn, rain. bookmark for coming generations to Crimean Town Excited.
I i n N*w York state for!4Boston 3, Philadelphia 4. open to; there will have been added
So Wash pprty wa. Af levin Chicago 8, Pittsburg 1, (first game.) to the world's history pages so black Yalta, Crimea, Jul .--Intense ex- Birmingham, Ala., July 8.-The pro- To heal the injured member it
r two years. He St. Kathari be wet to D niak. Chicago 1, Pittburg 5, (econd teme prevails he, owing to fear verbal love existing between brother necessary to grft live skin ts
T logicalSeminary where he partially re t SL game.) ecod Paard the ity had a practical demontrtion yester- cover the wound, and Henry i
r Holv orders and was Agatha's eap drg his sta Cincinnati 3, S. t. Lois 6. (Continued on Second Page.) bard y. day at Copeland's Ilrmary when that it should be taken from his
Siaflo'n on June 24, 184., inhat place. me was tke0 eriou9ly Henry Cannon had several square The first part of the operation
ad. ss-a on to the pet- 1Iiat iDenFe ahlk amd:durag tl th ust inches of skin stripped from his leg performed yesterday morning.
Sai to be rector o week in March i uh o thisI and engrafted upon the leg of his one-third of the surface of the
:h at Inion Mill. N. J., city by Rev. Dr. ShaiM sad C. K. T brother, Curtis, who had-been Injured was grafted over with live tisa.
.nH. ineM; eight rears. Rev.' Weller and tCake to utse Cew otf te W t 1i. A a railway accident more operations will be. aeceasa
Sas a 3 ~eHrIee Mason latter where he rebaed tor nine Henry and Custls belng to & prommi complete the operation and Hem
Si high offees in the order. weeks. leavta m J 30 for 1 h Gublic i re std tO agai A m F nent family at Berry tl, on theists that he will upply the re
1. 190% R.. Mr. Hodson New York, wtaeni ata Vo ctake I u to t hTh rate O S Owf C OhO nonthefm, Railway, in ttoasty tisse.
the c s O co etthe Efic The r t h0Curtis, in some way, io t caugh t by Curtis Cwmu Is 18 yo @
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t children's trade your tre the truths I must tell Are uapalatable m
a and unflatteri? It is my duty to de- "
anid baditTt tthat our ptsetat MCmce, scribe to you the terrible conditions I
see closing In upon you, so you may
(qut4u8rity omott go CC pt tW r hae its to spa more THIS STORE CLOES EVERY FRfDAY AT I P. M.
LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS 1 u_ __ _o_ _. __o w_____
b-- iewsr Ewe bin.-~ ^ robbers and their methods. I have
hunted with their pack and been bar,
|p gto-w-sml --gese Ue-essin b- r:ed by their hounds. I have felt the
/ yoke of the "Bystem" round my own
neck and have thrown it off. Mine is
|W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, ya tsterients e not th e d-.

knowledge of the facts, sad I demand
eyour attention oue ause you eed the
Wh_________________ assistance I ca render to you. A A
What is a Propro* Country?ak?
__TUS__I___ YOU_____S____TON______seko____su__e__ What is a prosperous country?
One whose national resources pro-
dard of living demands and In which.
... over and above cpsumption, there re-
____)a ? rains a surplus. *This surplus belongs
N_ msMlld=m o -_--to the people w I the degri dee to whe!
an It repres^dtepictftoe We have fourteen ig Bargeins ready

Sle with rn aIsulsmny your Inspection. Be ure end cone ea
th bank or its equivalent; If note and choose tero your special lIIIng. rei
Account for ts ahenoe-fewer hours
o.liin ,nift r ontte thel other o are real money savers. They consist

BEERerySUN ottuenry' s out.or Silks, Ginghams, Toilet Soap, Organ
eoup wigree nt the trt of
GeMrs Beer carries Gerst B m eer ia Our country during the past 30
aeiichl of aoreteevee soor eave .prhis beyl Suifting, Table Damask, Lining Silks, Dl
the hop fields Sandr of nervous. It con: tat thee peole have consumed and
Ve ntritiO to The statistics of our overmen L a, om e t cs.
the best n'aterals Wfthe body, and food show this to be so; the statistics of thS
npdrein IttoS nel e u r m nfirh i t eate AU Mailn and Telephone Orders Filled as Long as Goods last.
[npl y s tC nervesU at ir hands o( certain ondvidual make it
the beer tirst of "Gert Beer, mde plain as the noonday sun. oo ,u --
SbThis being conceded aiu d it being ad-
the rmost critical o tfii t f y ted thast all th pe of thi cou A SURPRISE SALE OF SILKS. .SPECIAL, 25e YARD. LINING SILK LINING
d m- a wh try being free and equal, having siml- s
""" lar opportunity and there being noim- Monday and Tuesday we will place VELVET SPOT VOILES, WORTH 35 Ten pieces Lining Silk, i
Gent Brewing C. class of men legally entitled to take on sale a line of fine imported Foulard Jlne of desirable colortn
Follow that the people must havy Silks in many colors. They are worth Velvet Spot Volles, the ideal fabric THE YARD, 50 CENTI
te n shared in the enjoyment of this ex-
traordinary prosperity, or that they $1.00 and $1.25 a yard. We consider for Shirt Waist Sits, jight and cool,
labor fewer hours per dai than former. them the greatest bilk Bargains of a full line of desirable colors to 10 YARDS OF WASHABLE
PETER BELL, Oistributer for Pensaeola. ly and live more luxuriously, or that the entire season. None reserved and choose from, worth 35 cents, 35 CENTS
_____________ they have great amounts of money in none sett out on approval. Special SPCA,2 ca eNoeasy .......T.l
the ms rifbvarious depositories through our 79c. SPECIAL, 25 YARD
these things is true. The people work s e of desirable colorIN
e at ery luerieg save auch caveng sen 10c GINGHAMS 5A Yd. CRETON DRAPERY, WORTH 10. SPECIAL, 10 YARDS L
.--.,m... ^B saless as any industrious and ingenious One case of Fine Dress Ginghams. YARD, 8PECIAL 7W/ O CENTS. 39 CENTS.
S! race o would make for itself in a century The kind that will wash. A full line Ten pieces Fine Creton Drapery In m
of life, and that a large majority of Not ,ore than 10 yards to
Cr^,II them have at the end of every month of colors to select from. Worth 10c a fine line of desiArable patterns, worth teomer.
:*1 fu S Bal only money enough to pay for the yd., special 6c yd. None sent out on V0c yard,
necessities they hve coysmen d dur- approval, and none reserved and not
Thi0 bee more athan 10 yards to each customer.W SPECIAL, u0 YARD
billion of surp lu, th frite o tho e All mail and phone orders lled as YARDS FOR 4t CENi
labor of all the people, gone to? SWEET TOILET SOAP long as the goods last. One case of 38-Inch Unbles
Bryan Robbed of Prs, denoy. 3 Ce teo o nish soft, worth 7 cents
.. _an & prcsl whWhat aegreat you goelg o do about it? to o

You know that the economic condi. Three Boxes for 25 Cents. 50 YARD BLEACHED COTTON, SPECIAL 10 YARDS I
t on which allows the few to possess 100 boxes of Sweet Toilet Soap, 3 SPECIAL 10 YARDS FO 49 CENTS
SWew aall and the many are left with noth- cakes to each box, 3 boxes for 25 cents.
Sing, must be ended. I t ot slaver Thi a val that mut nt lt 45 CENTS. Not more than 10 yard. to
Sed By your ballots? What are ballot j pss by. All mall, phone orders filled One case of Soft Finish Bleach Cot.
Saganst dollars, ad the "system" ha l as long as goods last. ton, worth 5c yard, ...
au mefnlimited dohlave With o $5,000,000 c BLEACH COTTON, 10
I saw Rogers rob the able, fear- SPECIAL, 10 YARDS FOR F
lesshonest. but-ani-wrong-on-the-money IWPORTED ORGANDIES WORTH 35I R, CENTS.
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OOver 2,000,000 Sold in Wet Florida in 1904 question, William Jennings Bryanpecial 25 Cents. NT One t Mill,
-Osen.ofbepresidency of theU
Frank Reilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida n 1896. Do you imagine e would 10 pieces of Fine Imlrted Organ- to c Cot finished oft t
shrink from repeating the operation toiemsernOafndlinenonortedreservedoterns worth 81 cents,
in 1908 if he feared that the man yon dies in a full line of desirable patterns.
nominated would upset his control? Just the thing for evening wear, worth SPECIAL, 10 YARDS I
ST HN Rooevelt Bound Hand and Ft 35c. Special 25 Centa. None reserved WASH SUITING, WORTH 20 CENTS 6 CENTS.
To-day at the helm of your affairs YARD, SPECIAL 14 CENTS Not more than 10 yards to
is an able and fearless American, bold LINEN BATISTE, FLORAL DESIGN, tomer.
to conceive and strong to execute. To LINEN BATISTE FLORAL DESIGN, PER YARD.
| all of you he is a hero, and you are SNOWY WHITE,
behind him, ready to back up his Six pieces of Fine Wash Bultla, 78o TABLE DAMASK, M
A N D course wherever he sees At to go. 35c Value, Special 25c. just the thing for Skirts, worth T
A .. President Roosevelt knows it, and to- Ten pieces Linon Batiste, Floral De- cents, Three pieces ine Tabl
day no man in the country is more sign, snowy white, the ideal fabric loral Designs, worth 75 ei
I keenly aware of thf necessity of curb- for Shirt Waists, light and cool, worth SPECIAL, 14 CENTS YAR
lng the corporate despotism under 35 cents,, special 25c. None reserved.
which we live-but what can Presi- cents, special 25c. None reserve
PUBLI GERdent Roosevelt do? I hate to say it, /
but he Is as helpless in the "system i"
net as a bull in a balloon. Like Gul-
liver In LUlliputla, he Is bound by 1,000 t esi W
The Merchants Transfer Companyparty's Interests, and S Oue an
all the intangible laflueuces which the W JH
great money power can weave rouni
wants your hauling and moving, any Individual. ow b e and uick
the president is to do! A wrong Is
Giecalledto his attention, a law must _____ __
Give us a share of it If you do not .,::,, :::u a
needs be passed-&-the rebate evil mustM
SIbe curbed, and he sends mesaes o of your own fortune? I answer--it will the utmost conviction, you have the I
are t o let us hav I it I 1. conre *s demanding ltaat action. have to go with the rest, for my for- source of the whole evil before you.
hat happens? Congress temporie; tune like all those others made from It is an evil not of men but of methods.
We absolutely guarantee all break-e n j;l i isdthe people throughthe medium of theAs I said In the forewordtystory
-^ ~Comue Bo r. should go back where it came from. I principle I am concerned. The men ACUTE OR CHRONIC.
*ge. ~The courts-There again the "sys. have, worked like a dog and never are merely Individuals; it is the meth-
tem's" dollars aft all powerful I da knowingly wronged a man, woman or 0d that is at fault."
We makeI 80t 0t rf not say all our judges ae elaves of child out of a dollar. Yet I have done 0 1e
Wemakeno1 h *. I.9 .,"Standard Oil" or that justice is iv- nothing which would honestly entitleI .. . ...terrible. t t to w i-i ....h
evitably in this country to-day a mat- me, measured by the standard which mtevlksand etosomem to th 99W
W e are alw as r ter of barter and sale, bImt the "system" my remedy will put in force to abso- u re d folks, an'd to inae neMer os..
W eisd b .politics and onr Sades are noalt-. lately own over a million dollar or s f utr, f stase Oltment never UNFAINO I W.
nated by political boses euder condt- my lifetime's work. I have made five At aSy d ie Storel.e0, 50 ement care- A ND A IN CH IS.
We employ only co p tent help. tios all of you are famIliar with. I million dollars in a single mdnth'..... . w
W em-loy -getent- -eu do say thegth iBat otr~g t 7 corpora- work, and as high as two millioaa in 0 --L AT Wh. U_ -
I 8 TTMUn "II UA P f th e plasr tSy have te te coUlCtry is now done, I an repeat XL L. Crockett:1 wishes to thank
take, do not -t te- to ube s p- the operations ad honestly say to amy h u m --'-SaS toe 6 .. .. .. .. .
*ie U II mUIWvlS II l IlV IU rIWy, bribe, jurla. amd pay judges fellow man and to my God. I hv nt rIa toe teir --et .iowa ew- ,. ...
1lor favorable 4 on. tinfrmwed say of tho lawa of t e l1 ML "
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o its u an A N Charlie Robibnas tha ve-year-old
son of John and Loaide Robiasou, col-
a1the u G r 4-W. m ored. residing at the comer at Tarra-
gona and, Gdas&e streets, was run
9 TO-DAY over and instantly killed by a switch-
ing train on the L& & N. tracks at the
Jackson street crossing at 7:30 last
W ae & g wS the Mbw Mt o night. The little fellow's head was
...s i evered from the body and ground to
F Lipt Ude4rwear e sh a pulp, pieces of bone and chunks o,
,. .. .b train being strewn alo-g them -tra
Pensacol at the prim we for a distance of several ltrt The
S- it right ha was aae. torn off at tje
= ..w. .. ha l MThe boy bad -bem sick for Bce
We SIM Ways time but was amwr v s and last niat
DCW tO _,__ yhis father gave him a ahekel Wvth
C BW to dw Y which to buy candy. The boy left thie
.I house and crossed the track to a store
at the corner of Jackson and Tarra-
Sim it gona streets where his purchase was
Made. As he was about to cross the
Stack on his return trip be evidently
W I M "am i t saw a train of cars bearing down upon
G. C, ._d Gee. AM him and tried to get over aead of
g *C.Afmen. a-. -A-wpe- g them. This train consisted of nine
ny i,,gi ,lliblihiflvtii IIS loaded cars pushed by engine 436.
Just as the little fellow reached the
far rail, according to eye witnesses,
he siw a seapod Uzla, arth u outid:
Sa approaching on the adjoining track
C,,if -t_ and, hesitating, lost his balance nd
rM n --.U fenl with his body between the r-
SP,,muma o o Flari a and his head directly upon the east1
rail. Nine camrs and an engine passed
. -- over the body, r6llihg it about 16 i eti
from the place where it was rast
N X* K. 1tWWY struck.
Wichm r~, aiM-t0-0ilI J-- Judge Bellinger was summoned and
viewed the remains and, alter examin-
ing all available witnesses decided
t 9 P atison 8tNWL P*aSa M that an inquest was unnecessary. It
was shown that the train that struck
the boy was running at a low rate of
TERSELY TOLD. speed and that a fagman with a light
was upon the end of the first car. 'i he
--I trainmen d'id not know of the accident
c (c sc',t. of the Mobile Item, was until some time after the boy had
yesterday. been killed.
S Mrs. W. P Brewton oI The mangled little body was remov-
ar. -he ap. B .ton. of ed to the home of the child's parents
ar e h-ay- parent . from where the funeral will be held
Jaby girl. to-day.
-hing smack Carrie N. Chase.
'i:.,et of Saunders & Co., sailed CHILD RUN OVER AND
t. lshing banks yesterday. PAINFULLY INJURED.
Brawner will leave for New Annie Mooney the little dtaghter of
..orrow, here he goes in Mrs Julia Mooney, 116 W. Intenden-
, bargains for his department cia street, was ran over by a bugy
and painfully bruised at the corner of
Sr- L Grant and mother Mrs. Baylen and Intendemela streets yester-
1 iryant. left Thursday for day. The little one was crossing the
,,14.- and Autaugaville on a street at the time she was run over.
rla v Officer Neel picked the child up and
-4,fndani er before ried her to her home where her
S nan before e-injuries were attended to.
S. atnI. in the nmuiticpal court
'rtdax ni-,'fmintl Tw, w.tre dis-
.1 h:, a;fn ,ono, tin(d $:, and costs. .-sweat boxes" now in use, as least
.M -)'4. 'a Zinimru.n of Mobile. during the summer months. The new
..,i.- !i hom" Thhi. morning cars are thoroughly modern in every
Sa .i' '! vis. accompanied respect.
M: an: Mr. E ward Porscheimer. The regular monthly meeting of the
-.r, Pa.'-;:dre. of Selma. Ala., I. A. T. S. E. No. 60, takes place to-
:.a .;imin!er home on Perdido night at their hall on West Govern-
:. i:,i r. Creel;. Baldwin nent street.
was a %1iTor to the city yes- The drainage ditch on Jefferson
from Main street south to the bay is
S .I E Whir. and brother A. H. about half finished and the work will
%:.. l.ave to-night on their va- be completed some time within the
l, b aii-ent a month, which ce-ming week. When finished the ditch
s"i in Colorado Springs, will also drain South Palafox street
h-r prominent cities. Their and cross ditches for that purpose will
:riendud wish them a pleasant be cut.
The case of W. L. Delay, charged
ow ears have been received with embezzlement which has been
rermina: Company from the on trial before Justice of the Peace
SPhiladelphia, and will be James R. Lano'rum for the past two
'rviec on the city lines as days has been continued UpUt Tdes-
S',e an be put in condition d&y C. M. Jones represents the de-
Sis tte Iention of the "er- fendat and C. M. Cotton Sppeared
S entirely do away with the for the prosecution.
i I.. e ort.n d-j inA l l -a ortjka .1..1l



r 't keep cool these
S ',01 is not ourS.
v 'i sorts of thin an'
ings. bought and
for your comfort
ainly take it cool if
thip Sirts. our thin
and osiery light-
SOxfrda, and all
S" toggery are at your
e we have all the
in summer ftiuga
man can ask.
won't prevent you
111 exactly what you

Shy Pay More?

.s0. ANSON
Phoi 297
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that Bob Gonzalez has disposed of his
mare Blue Ribbon to a local horseman
for a good figure. The mare was ship-
ped to Montgomery last night and will
bc put Into the hands of Fred Newell,
who will put her into condition. Be-
fore the season is over it is hoped that
the mare will be seen on the local
track, and will make a good account
of herself.
The steamer Tarpon, of the Pensa-
cola and Apalachicola line, arrived
from points east yesterday with 1.050
barrels of naval store and a fair pas-
senger list. Among the passengers
who arrived on the Tarpon were Ar-
thur and Annie Williams, Aplachicola;
Dr. James A. McDonald, Mr. Frater
Mrs. Bovis. Mrs. J. Marsh and Miss
Lucy Marsh.'MUllvlIe, and J. H. Daw-
son, of Wewahitchka. Mr. Dawpon
will visit for some 4Ie with C. M.
Pirroag in this city.
The Want Ad 4aent of every
well regulated newpaper is I on a
cash basis-it Is impossible to run it
any other way. It would take the
whole time of a bo k-teper and a
collector--two a- to -eep and col-
lect the *ant Ad accoaats and even
then there are so many Waet Ads
That it would be impossible to keep
those accounts correctly. The rate
on Want Advertising Is so'low that no
Paper can afford to accept that class,
of business on a credt basis, even if
it were possible to collect all of the
money afterwards, mad no aoe ought
to expect a newspaper to do so. ThaI
is the reason why The Jout=l Want
Ads must be paid tor la ek when
they are sent- la. haLqs of the Want
Ad page are requested to remember
It is money saved -d better results
using Blue RibNi L eM aad Vanilla
rtractab t r. f= a so Vre and
tI r iltat y M s r Ask
your srocer er. a me A "es Leonm


Special to The Journal.
Pinewood, Jely 8.-We have been
having some fine rains lately, which
have been a blessing to the crops.
Miss Allie Seals is visiting friends
and relatives at Roberts and' Canton-
Mrs. Albino was a visitor to Pensa-
cola Thursday.
Mrs. J. M. Larkins and Mrs. K. G.
Bonifay, of Muscogee, who have been
visiting relatives, returned home this
Our little village was completely de-
serted Tuesday, everybody off enjoy-
ing themselves.
-Miss Annie Wheat went on the Bay
excursion from Milton Tuesday, and
reports having had a fine time.
The health of our village is exceed-
ingly good for this lime of the year.
Mr. S. J. Albino was a visitor to
Pensacola Tuesday, joining the Milton
excursion there.




Jim Powell, city dog catcher, is in
a peck of trouble, having been arrest-
ed yesterday on complaint of Sam
Rosenau, who charged that the dog
catcher entered his yard, captured his
dog therein and then accepted the
sum of fifty cents for turning the
canine loose again. The specific charge
upon which Powell is held Is obtain-
ing money by false pretenses.
Last night Marshal Schad went to
the county Jail and took the badge
worn by Powell away pending invest
nation of the charges against him.
Powell claims that he did not accept
the sum mentioned, or any sum what-
ever, and that he knows nothing about
the alleged transaction.
There areforty-three cases upon the
docket of the criminal court to be ois-
posed of at the term which commences
on Monday morning. Thirty-one pris-
eners are now in the county jail who
will have to appear for trial and 12
others are out on bond. The most im-
portant cases on the docket are those
of B. H. Burton, charged with misap-
propriating county funds while acting
as deputy clerk of the circuit court,
and J. B. Vaughn for killing a young
man at Century some time since while
shooting at another party. It is not
believed that the Burton case will be
tried at this term but that a continu-
ance will be secured.

For Lunch for 10 days but

A test to see if the food really
furnished the nourishment

hi'a a BReam."

Panama Hats
Cleaned at





Sion of Schoi tmi
on FridaY
The Boar of Public Instruction held
a regular i letting FriAr the ofice
tof Superintindent NALBan There r
were present. Chairma l n on .M
A. C. Blount Jr., and C.B. Cook ,
STheth report f th,-I rw0 was ex-
myined and approved .~ew a -al-
ance on hand of $3.882.*)The super-
intendent was instructed to haive
$3,000 of this balance turned over to
the American National Bank as part
payment on a warrant drawn on May
9 for the sum of $6,000 pay&Ue in 60
days, and to draw a new warrant for
the balance, $3,000, due on the original
John Harper was appointed super W
v:sor of School No. 17 ce ohn Co-'
ker, time expired. "., I .
J. M. Harrington w40-avP lpd s-
pervisor of Scho;- NbIo., -,e.. C. fl
Clopton, resigned'. '
Tax Collector Roberts reported 19,
ol, tafes collected ftot the' meath of
Teachers were assigned to the va-
rious schools as follows:
School No. 1.
Miss Emily L. Morley, teacher of
:drawing, all grades.
SMfis Augusta L. Holmes, Gr. 8. -
Sec. A/
Miss Cora Coleman, Gr. 8. Sec. B. i
Miss Maggie Roy, Gr. 7. Sec. A.
Mrs. S. U. Sampey. Gr. 7, Sec. B.
Miss Elma L. Maclay Gr. 7, Sec. C.
Miss Katharine Went wrth, Gr. 6,
Sec. A. OtG.6
Miss Virginia Snyder, Gr. 6, Sec. B .
Miss ft nily Schulman;, Gr. 6, Sec. C.
Mifa Josie Roberts, Or. 8, Sec. B.
Mrs. N. S. Thomas Gr. 5, Sec. A.
Miss 10thel Clarke. Ot.: 5,Sec. B.
Miss Buda Day. Gr. 5', Sec. C.
Miss May Burton, Gr. 5, Sec. D.
School No. 2, (Old BUtding.)
Mrs. E. J. Wilson, Principal, Grade 4.
Miss Allie Yniestra Grade 3.
Miss E. G. Wentworth. Grade 2.
Miss Fannie Henderson, Grade 1.
School No. 2, (New Beilding.)
Principal to be supplied..
Misses Lois Howlett. Lonny Lan-
drum and M. C. Day. Gra#es to be
designated by principal when appoint-
School No. ,
Miss 8. B. Stockard, principal ,
Grades 3 and 4.
Miss Florence Higgins, Grades 1
and 2. School No. 40.
Mrs. A. K. Suter. principal, Grade 4.
Miss Lucia Spencer. Grade 3.
Miss Miralds Bishop. Gra4e 2.
Miss Marion Spencer, Grade 1.
School No. 70.





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Ladies' Spider Web Gauze, Silk Finished Lisle Hose

An extra special offering of about fifty dozen Tan, Cham-
paigne, White and Black Lace Stripe Hose our regular 25c
sellers, but sold in many stores for 30 and 35c. a r : i

Celebrated "Cresent" Dyed, Absolutely Fast Colors


See Them in Our Big South Window, Then be on Time for Your Share



RFor Quick Selling Monday
R BBON__ Thirtyesix piece all Silk Ribbons in plain Taffeta and



Fancy Warp Print effects, 31.2 to 4 1-2
inches wide, formerly 25 and 35c yard at


This is positively the biggest value in QUALITY Rib-
bons offered this season, and is sure to create some fast
Ribbon selling.





Another Unmatchable Special

Fifty entirely new Patterns,

35, 40, 50, 60 and 65c values, drawn from our

UNBROKEN match sets in order that you who were unable to
attend or get just what you wanted last week might have an,

Mrs. A. W. McReynolds, principal, other opportunity, About eleven hundred yards in this lot at only
Grade 1.
Miss Olive Andrews, Grate 4.
Miss Katherine Loftin, Grade 2.
School No. 74. -..
Mrs. S. H. Collins, Grade 1.
Miss Evelyn Thornton, Grade 4. W J
Miss Jessie Griffin, Grade 3. o J o o 0 1,V 3E o o o F '1B
Miss Ida Clubbs, Grade 2.
School No. 80.
The following teachers were as-
signed to the proposed new school,
which will be known as No. 80: Miss ----A
Mary Berry, Miss Clara F. Anderson,
Miss Ella Coston.
Country Schools.
Number 4: Miss Lida Tippin, prin-
cipal. Assistants to b? appointed.
Number 5: J. M. Tate. principal.
Solon R. Tate and Mrs. H. T. Mitchell,
assistants. Third assistant to be ap-. I Ct M Hu I
Number 9: Miss Elair A. Nipe,
principal. Assistant or assistants to
be appointed. Are Receiing Daily New 1905 Styles
Number 30: Mrs. Lizzie McCurdy,
principal ;Ida Bell McCurdy, assist-
Colored Schools. KRAINCH AND BACH (thebest in the world)i
Number 31: J. F-. Long, principal.
Mrs. L. M. Washington, Minnie C. Bur- LESTER (20 years a standard)
assistants, thelatter subject t exami- HLIN (Old Reliable)
nation on September 1. C LUTTER [best medium priced]
Number 44: Mrs. Virginia Loggett. CLUTTRmedi
Number 55: Mrs. Mary A. Edwards, NEATON AND CASSEL 1
Principal: Mrs. L. R. Stewart and Mrs.
L L. Ledbetter. assistants.
Number 24: Gertrude G. Smith.
Dr. C. V. Smith was appointed super- We have about 20 good upright pianos taken in exchange for above pianos, that we
visor of School Number 54. are offering for Less than lt Factory t term of 1.00 per week d up-seeral
The total number of teachers needed are offering for Less t Haf atory t o terms of $1.00 per week and up- veral
for the coining term is 138-102 white good squares at $15, $25, $35 and $60.
and 36 colored. This is about 10 teach- In ORGANS we have a full line of the celebrated Farrand and Ptm Tems |
era made than were needed last year.
The total enrollment of scholars the $4.00 per month and up.
coming term is expected to reach SPECIAL-Don't fail to see our Second Hand Pianos for Bargains.
over the term ust closed. per c TALKING MACHINES-Victor, Talkophone, Edison and Columbia. Records 26 and
Broad Street Conservatory of MusIc. 35 cents for Cylinder; 50 cents and up, for 10-inch Disk Records. Machines, $1.00 per week.
Philadelphia, Aug. 25, 1904 SHEET MUSIC-One-half published prices. All the latest received weekly.
Philadelphia Pa. GUITARS, VIOLINS, ETC.-A full line at low prices.
Gentlemen: If you want the Best Ia Music of every description, call on or write
After an experience of more than a
quarter of a century with various
makes of pianos, including nearly all
those made by Philadelphia firms, I THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
is the most satisfactory instrument I
have used in my school. I find. after
years of continuous use, that the ton Largest In the State. 114 PALAFOX STREET.
retains its original quality and sweet-
ness. the action is unimpaired, and the ..r -----m--f ......... .......L.. -I . .----
durability, as evidenced by the capac-
ity of the piano to stay in tune. is ----
marvelous. I have decided, therefore,gl
to place withyou my order for twenty connected with it to maintain the
Uprights and two Grand for delivery hes ssible standard in musCOMFORT. CORDIALITY.CUISNE
GILBER5th YoMBS, For years this piano has been a'
GILBERT COMBS favorite with musicians in Pensacola.H O TE L
Director. We cordially endorse The Lester'
Piano. Pensacola, Fla.
of Music, of Philadelphia, Is the Pensacola, Fla.
second largest institution of its ensaco la. ARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
kind in the world. Known In every NEW BiCYCLE SHWab
quarter of the globe, it has no su- NEW BICYCLE SHOP. Sp for T le B
perior in thoroughness of Its Walter 8. Hooton has opened aR 1. L. L WEN, Manager.
teaching, and the comprehensive bicycle shop at No. 12 East Intenden- formerly of Wiador and Amrago Hotels. Jacksonville, Florida
character of its courses of study. cia street, where he will keep for sale
it has ample accommodations for and rent all the standard makes of
2300 students, who come from bicycles. He will also deal in general '
nearly every civilised country in bicycle repailring and In typewriting, .- -
both hemispheres. The success of gun@, pistols, ioik, safe and umbrella as well as repair thel.. _b iWni n ss15 aors, lait&sowoer, etc. Riang pfg
this lstutiorn rests solely upn reStkiag. He will kt a complete at yoar home an4 rpi utt 96artrunk1 1133 and aet a price on any of tagg
ho dterinedpe t of evry line owf U" tlbe ft all locks your lock or sharpenmo T bl6 a y*U, X*Xt rzge i.

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When you leave the ofty for yerW
em-Aer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circula-
tion manager, Phone 3.L

Spak a Good Word

At this season of the year a great
many Pens-ooPt-" ate stelding their
time at summer resorts and other
places of recreation and amusement
all over the country. They are going
to the lakes, the mountains, the north-
era seacoast, and many will visit the
Lewis and Clarke Exposition at Port-
These people all have a fine oppor-
tunity to say something good for Pen-
aeola. Every man wno leaves here
should be a walking, or rather a talk-
igL advertisement for the Deep Water
Pensacola has attracted a great deal
of attention all over the country dur-
Ing the past two or three years and
the fact that a man hails from there
,ill gain him attention everywhere he
gc. Other travelers will listen to
what he says with interest and news-
paper reporters will be glad to have
him tell them about his home city
and Its various attractions, advantages,
and prospects.
There is only one way to make a
town and that is for every citizen of
the town to feel that a part eof it be-
kungs to him. and' he must push and
praise and talk for the town whenever
and wherever he goes and to whomever
he meets.
Pensacola needs this kind of talk-
this kind of advertisement-and it is
the only kind. in fact, which will make
a town or build up a community.
The Journal thinks Pensacola is
the best town on the gulf coast and
so does everyone who lives here.
With that belief as a text, preach
Pensacola wherever you go. You
won't need to draw on your imagina-
tion to make your sermon effective.
It begins to look as though Tom

Lawson, like Tennyson's brook, wi8l sands of people go to Jacksonville
S n forever. But Tom is runningevery year merely for the purpose or

a mighty interesting tale anyhow-so
let him rum.

RedutiA 0of Time
in Mobile OQuarantie

enjoying the Florida climate, running
their automobiles, and getting all out
of life that there Is in It-when it 's
remembered that these people put
thousands of dollars annually into cir.
culation there-the proposition does

Marshal Schad yesterday-afternoon
arrested John Toble who has been
wanted by the police since 1903 upon
the charge of robbery. He was cap-
tured near the L & N. freight depot
The specific offense charged against
Toble is stealing goods from the store
of I. Greenblatt, on South Tarragona

The quarantine board of Mobile Bay not seem so ooush alter all. street.
has adopted a new rule which will Jacksonville and Dural county .al- -
permit the unloading of fruit cargoes res thn an oth ipaed streets aurl
after four days from point of depart- in the state, and with the building ot e
ure, although none of the crew can those stae, and with sthebd
go ashore until five days from poInt of Me Sretand drives te growth t
,ture. and prosperity of the city and counv*.
eretoore the limit has been five has kept merry pace and Jacksonville
.. for. .h fruit and crew, but theis to-day one of. the most prosperous m
"r it the cites of K class in the United States | |
new rule will enable the fruit shippers citiOf class In the United States.
to save one day's time in getting their What good roads and fine pavements
p i-sdu..ents to the interior. The hae *oe faor Duval county and Jack-
sonville, they will also do for Escam-
Mobile Register says of the matter: t wi do or Ba.
Tis. action the art of the uar- bla county and Pensacola. We have -
entlne board is of the utmost impor- here the climate to attract winter visi.
tance, because It lays down a new tors by the thousands, and the unsur-
days detention and supervision applies s.eape and the historic interest which
t the human beings on board and not attaches to the city Itself will all,
ft the cargo, which last is to be held
t the four day period on ly. ItL is a under prop conditions, comblue to The follow
reoognition of the now we;l establish- make Pensacola a much bigger and day during
ed fact that yellow fever is not con- better town even than Jacksonville. with the av
eyed by material objects, goods, etc. Jacksoville, however, has set the daily:
aStny bysickhman beings said sick pace and the example of how to grow June 1 4A
bWected with yellow fever. If the ves- and prosper. Pensacola can not do June 2 4,
ad has been olsinfected properly and better than to follow and profit by Jui 4 49
wre is on board no person sick of that example. June 5 ..
th fever, the disease cannot ,be im- June 4,
parted by that vessel. Five days is It has now at to the stage-and June 7 5,
d to be the scientle limt of time rytoo- ee the J 4
Or the development of fever in a very properly to-where the mer- June 44
bhman beinr:;and so the men from an chant who does not think it worth June 9 4,
affected port are to be kept for five while to advertise his goods in the June 11 4;
days under surveillance, and on board ewsaper is regarded by the public June 12 ..
ship, where, tf there become sick, they as not having anything worth advertis- J.a 13 4
ean be isolated .so that no one can a e June 14 4,
watch the the Iection from them. i At any rate the merchants who June 15 4
Meantime. the cargo can be dteaharg- advertise la The-Journal are the ones 'tIa4 fo
-L and there Is no danger In It. In Wl* ha the buying public does it Average
very truth, the cargo could be dis- bueinems.
0arged in three days or any less Ihereby c
tme, provided the human beings who The ftlaata News think we have too meat is or
eeme from the Infected ports are kept many lawi. D.a't know about the wtds ea lie
M leavintag the ships for full ve if A rt er m ytg *tavb a sMMMr--.
dy.i after the *hi has left a Infeted -"'
.negaltiof this In time. wM.--a 3wmr Dnte
q m "d, it 16410 ,OnBe', hmo

gnlat POuted Bur-
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is that all enumerators be men of in- various purposes, which vere not corn-
telligence and quick to perform Auty. mendable, but not as bad as this one
Every person should be enrolled, and appropriation. If the legislature had
for those absent from the city or coun- used this $30,000 and the money for
ty means should be provided for .-each- several other appropriations that were
ing them by letter. A well-prepared almost useless, for the purpose of aid.
and accurate census is a valuable ing the drainage of the Everglades the
thing an inaccurate and careless pre- taxpayers would have been a great
pared report is worthless. Now let deal more benefitted.
all try to assist in making the present' Chas. Broward, of White Springs,
census a real true and full report with. has been appointed by Oommissioner
out any errors or deception whateve.. of Agriculture B. R. McLAn to take the
Facts and not guessing.-Jacksonville census of Hamilton county.-Jasper
Metropolis. Banner.


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a- n W When that noted combat took place it an aristrocratic flavor. But that is
in the Gulf of Mexico the English corn- usually the fate of a man who becomes
mander inquired if his adversary badt suflciently famous to invite the atten-
displayed hi 'kerchief, whereat John tion of one who writes novels, and our
Paul Jones from the bridge of the Bon observation has been that novelists
9M y Homme Richard, holding aloft a copy, know little of htatory and only use
sin figures show The Pen- of the Punta Gorda Herald, megaphon- enough of it to season those appeals
a circ^latio for each ed: "We have only begun to fight." to toe heart that occupy a three kmrsm'
the month of June" 1906o The remainder is history and is fami- journey by rail, boat or canaL
erage number of copies liar to alL After reposing beneath a According to plans recently out-
number of Pprisian rookeries for a lined the remains of John Paul Joneb
BOO J-,e 16 4460 century or more the alleged clay of will start from Cherbourg, prance, to
AN "J -7 i 4,450 the Revolutionary sea fighter will oon be finally deposited at Annapolis,
450 June 18 4,700 be brought to this country. For thui there to serve as an Inspiration to
70T Jet ..9 purpose the cruisers Brooklyn, Taco- midshipmen at the academy la the
June 20 4,4 ma, Chattano, t and Galveston have wars that are to come. And it Is a
So. Jum 21 4460 been despatchd to convey and convoy good lesson that he will teach. When
oo June 22 4450 what is left ofiim, and we are here to the revolution began the colonies were
A" Jiun 44 state that If Mr. Jones knew whaL li without a navy and hardtack was
AM J mne N 4,700 being done to hitn he would find a law- scaree.His first commission was to
N50 Jue a 4001 yer to nol pros the case. Some bril-, command the Ranger, which as we
78 Jft ... liant Journallst notes the singular cir- j have read was a small sloop of few
....h 27 4,4 nI cumstance that the towns for which years and indifferpnt armament. He
4- Jmem M 4A46 the Tacoma, Chattanooga and Galve.- then made the Richaer famous 1t his
40 June 29 4460 ton are named were not in existence flght with the Serapis, in which ex-
MnS June ASO when this particular hero was doing pNolt he placed the cap stone on his
r the moth .......117,10 business on the high beas, and we fame; aad there aside fron v4er
per day. .. 4,04 marine that Mr. Jones will be very other acivement we remember and
h- appy to And it out upon arriving at revere him. It is true that after the
certify that tie above state- Annapolls S-ooS he got into the war Paul Joaes took a roving commit.
eet acco dtothe ree. hands romanras, however, there sl. Be returned to Paris aid we
l thi i is mote or less mAstery connected with there feted by that impressinak Urag
S. . 5Mm. his name and fatI fa Richard* Oar- that helped us to throir anEseyoh*
t" xgr. vel we are told by its distg ulished of George I.L L'Os XVI whos hea
author. Mr. Winston Chrchil. that tel 'With the colisi. of'his dyna"S
emi ,upihr pre J oer reaching this country the object of iemsfed; w a
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r:- n~c-falh^' .''''* 1S..^ ~a~f~-Br -bt ih

*.M --Is "R6 pf lu .T w a' -, *.

Sfor In Univcrsys
-- may be ~pected to takeOn a,.
new attractiveMe aH wfll be s,0- __h at f
dy. Saumiy. of the exchange tale prses.t 4eO cftteberd f oeC Wt lot& tet Stasft" Th
" IMl l success to Missell, of thelev rs l SStoU of the two towns, Lake ty d dGaineMlrlt* hil-
Set of women wrte n the:wo odte ide o b nunlverty, were a fows: .
Lm C "he -i-" OA. aPiae.; Cl A. Inley,. haie, cry ti.
SA ........----...... To the Honorable the State Board of c. ,
S 1 Education and the Board of Control egn e TinJ. AWte; ard. .ube erran,
1w a_- o w e TH- E DCA NC 4p of the State of Florida, in jo t meet- M. Iv th, T. B. ApThopon, C. H Iter
. + -- - i n i -- n .G e n t l e -;W p .. t eh e ,nd e r s i g n e d C o r m i c k e C ..rd l e y .om ,
nJ. ,.IHumor, osk..Mol
S rewtou :n Sd Gaue. o < s -5.-""-derto-scre the F Adams F-a-ker.
RAT-- -* rM permn 0"an1t o of the Univers ityalyt flle's *.
iM r- of the State ofvorida, aboliphed oy To the Ueorab Stabeard ofa Edf -
In the prebetcent yore of-is when the act -of the LWgislature of Florida cation, and the Prd -ofB*
g Mg ..0...4.. our mania, for marbles was equalled at its session Of 1905, known as the Geatlemen-la the 0VUtw A
0e O- *We ............. 10 only by our contempt for girls there Buckman bill, do offer to donate and Unlversity of Florida Is IoC b r "
Wer 0 06u1eS 16 .RL a were two periods of eaeeh paseing year guarantee to convey by good and sO. Glinesville, we, the undersigned, here-
L 4 M I- which were held in sacred reverence! clent deed of conveyance, within three by bind and obligate ourselves to do.
and fond anticipation in the reposi-i months from date, to the State Botrd nate and deed in fee simple to the
tory of our youthful brain. Tnese im- of Educatlbn ot the State of Florida State Board of Education, for the u11
PAM .OM WICH A DETAL.. portant dates of consuming Interest for the purposes of the Universtty of of said University (1) five hundred
EN Ti CAtI- SW.,URI. to us were Xmas and the Glorious the State of Florida for enlargement acres of land, adjoining the saidcity
"NTA -N B CURED. Fourth the twil'days of flre-creackeru and extension of the campus the body of Gainesville, and, in addition thereto.
-""- sand J1m-whisre of sky-rockets and, of land, cc.taiqIng eleven acres, lying to donate and turn over to said board
et GovIrrme"t Street, pyrotechnics. No sooner was the centlguouolto the present campus, be- $46,000 in cash; or (2) three hundtei
am W 3L Christmas tide gone than our patriot-I tween "Mfrion oareet and the public ane twenty acres of land and, together
is~a = egan to.grow apace an4 when road, a*d thte o of land lying on with and in addition thereto, the fif-
..-- July eme It was a rearing lion, a; the east side of the -id campus. eon- teen acres in East Garnwsville, includ-
DAY MORNNG, JULY 9, 1905. tornado riampat that filed otr days taking ffty-one acres, lying south of ng the publle school buildings .d.
>AY M- G,. JUL. wi, 1 .th visions of blood and thunder and the line of the north side of College grounds, ethrr the one or the oth-n,
our nights with dreams of earthquakes street, extending west to the north- as you may elect; and :h.t the city of
believe, ot a revolution in quarantine and volcanoes. When the morning of West corner of the lands of the Florida Gainesville wi!l furnish water for the
practice. We owe it to Dr. Rhett~ the Fourth dawned we beat the faun Agricultural College, and also eight University without charge. And we
Goode, of Mobile, who has struck the up a block, grabbed our hidilen can ofr hundred acres, now the prope-ty of further bind ourselves to give any
steel to the flint and produced the powder and hustled to the woods wilhl the Laxe City Electric and Water Coin- guarantee you may require that, in the
spark that will ilkiminate the .whole the premeditated intention of blowing pany. lying north and east of the city event the first proposition is accepted.
situa on, made it.reasonable, and re- th eccentri e of the solar system and of Lake City, for tae most part in a to turn over to said Board of Control.
llereeoth cn.merme and our health- busting the wadding out of the ceru-. contiguous body, some portion thereof free of charge, the use of the public
protecting machinery of a heavy bur- lean dome. We didn't know whether I being within the corporate limits of school building of the city of Galnes-
deno The f Register congratulate th we were celebraQng the birth of Roome.- Lake City, said eight hundred acres to vile until such time as necessary new
dotor for having given recognition tovelt or the anniversary of the Battlei be used or sold-for the benefit of said buildings have been completed.
the latest scientific theories and con- of Jackson's Lake and we didn't give a I university as the authorities thereof And we further bind ourselves to
gratulates the Mobile board forfig either. Whoopee! Dot I gast it, see fit. Which lands, other than the give any guarantee required that, I*
promptly supporting him and for de-we just wanted to celebrate-and we! said eight httadred aeres, we value at the event said university Is located a*
clearing that the same shall be put! generally Add. After a day of real the sum of $20.000. in addition to the Gainesv!lle, the students of the samd
into effect. I American boy strenuosity we would i said land, we offer the sum of $40,000, unable to secure accommodations at
What'the Register says is no doubt creep home la the twuight with one, to guarantee the payment of which we the barracks and dormitory shall be
true and would apply to Pensacola eye closed dad In deepest morning, accompany this offer with certified taken care -of la the private houses of
equally as well as to Mobile. f Pensa our face begrimmed with powder checks to the amouflt of o40,000. the city, at a rate not exceeding that
cola were able to secure any of the stains, and our elaborate homespun We submit that, in our opinion, the charged by the state, nntil such ti..
cola were able to secure ay of t jacket and copra breeches to:lette Suckman bill does not contemplate a a. the necessary buildings for their
fruit trade. of the morning all tattered and torn money consideration in the matter of accommodation have been completed.
It is quite possible, however, that and heaglng at half mast over our the location of the University of the In witness whereunto we hereby ap-
one reason why none of that trade has tired and weary frame. It was glori-i state of Florida, but in case such con- pend our signatures this the 3d day
nelier come to Pensacola may be found ous fun though, and by the time thei siderations are entertained by your of July,. in the year of Odr Lord nine-
neer comth e erous quarantine regulations day rolled around again In the next honorable body. we ofer the said sum teen hundred and five.
n the ornerous quarantine regulatonyear our wounds would all be hialedo of $40,000 In money in consideration Signed: W. R. Thomas, J. F. Mc-
which the fruit people could not oper- over gd we w uld arm ourselves cap- of the parmanevit location of the said Kinley, Jr., Perry M. Colson, John B.
ate under. In the fullness of time a-pie with sticking plaster and sally university at laie City, in addition Dell, George M. Lynch, S. H. Wiengles.
this may all become clear, but it is at forth again for the honor of our coun- to the lands above referred to. W. N. Wilson, C. A. Col!ough, commit-
least worthy o note now that Mobile try Those days re all past though. Ia, mayor of Lake City, tee.
rever- f- rm e fo" in the hurry ad .suine of our
never loses an opportunity to promote twentieth century commercial life we
the commercial interests of that city are losing the significance of the event aMS # lM ## #MP 44--#t# #-ggg
by making the restrictions on com- and are developing the tendency of T r
merce as light and as few as is con- perfunctorily bservingthe day as TAKIN G TH E CEN SUS OF
sistent with common sense and safety. simply holiday on which our bi-'d we K N
pasteeIn quiet recetTHE S TA TE OF FLORIDA
Je L. Davis, who recently sold his Lst e ae e HEpatrioti STA TE OF FLORIDA
Perry TOpICs, has now purchased the of Brewton celebrated the occasion t s3
Live Oak Crescent and will henceforth by discussing the rise In the cotton r
direct the destinies of that interesting market while the boys went to the
akperI 'e can be depended on to c oreet a ind ~ e aed Ar 'heard the Within a few days *he enumerators The late legislature appropriately
make it a live sheet too. ound of a single salute. Let us wake, will be abroad In the several countlea $30,000 for this enumeration. After
up d not etthatt is the ann- the ta ag te census as o r.he censs s taken willt e worthto
JThe )ay The Do It versary of the blrtf of this marveloute b the teeglsrature. Taking t the enti statbeorevensu dv tul
Th WayT hy- republic of ours, mid ,at we owe It edb y$30,000? We belev- this. one of the
inDuval. to ourselves and our country to put census might be an easy thing to do most reckless money spending appro-
on t ouree galaattirendcelebrate the were all persons willing to answer the priations the state has ever made. It
The Duval county commissioners are oa ougreal t ecltat. questions and comply with the law,' nice to know how the stzte ts progress-
Te ald ouin. thy comsionr i day with grea- but this s, hardly to be expected now ing; the increase -of population, etc..
now considering the proposition to any more than In former years. but it will not benefit the taxpayers
buill a paved boulevard from Janic THEE NEfAT THE 0 ,.TY JAIL A disposition to evade the proper $30,000, when it is knov.n that the Na-
onvile to Pablo Beach, a distance of William Doyle, white, of Canton- answers has caused much annoyance tional Government will take the cen-
25 miles at a cost of $11980 William s arrested by r Shelby and delay heretofore. The United sus five years hence, and It won't cost
To anyone not accustomedto such meant g to the city yesterday on States enumerators were confronted the taxpayers of Floida a cent.
large projects this plan to build a road the chrge of rryin concealed wea wkh many cranky people, and the This is a bad season of the year
large projects this plan to build a road te cHe is locked up In the county state enumer-tors will have similar to take the census of Florida anyway.
from the city of Jacksonville to a sea.- pons e experience. l Is, however, the duty Hundreds and thousands of the people
side resort and to be used largely for jal. Henry and H Stallworth both of every one to promptly give all nec- are out of the state spending the sum-
..ea ., ``rno- inno ii John Henry a nd IL. W-. .--both. essary Information, as without it the mer -vacation. If this ensus had to
pleasure purposes looks like a pretty colored, were brought in from Cottage esary Information, as without it the mer vacation. If this census had to
big and an almost foolish undertaking Hill last evenfn had placed In th report will bte defective, and it Is to take place it should have been schedule.
Old foggyism would tolerate such count jail on the charge of larceny the interest of all that the reports be ed for the fall time when all the peo.
Oaldn do iom would tolerate Buch county capl onthcrd e y lrn made as nearly accurate as it is possl. ple of the state are at home.
Smian idea for on stant Both were capturedbyble to have them. The late legislature made several
S. n t Smith. Annther thin.' is nepce~arv and that 'pp nnmnrormIatna for 1arew ammont fni




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In re estate of John A. BrwMna1a
deceased. Notice to hereby gtvpn t
creditors, legatees, distributes and i.:
persons having claims or dmama!s
against the said estate to present -em
within two years. allle M Brn,,n
ham, Walker lagrama, H. A Bre~as
ham, Executors. June 18. 19I&

In Escambla County Circuit rryr-..
Father H. B. O'Grady, the well- State of Florids-In Chancer,.
known missloary priest, who Is at James Wilklas, et al., vs. W. A. Bwro%
present the guest of Father Doyle, at F eoi- City Co., a corporate,
the rectory, was seen last evening by W. H. Davidson, Strr;tt Ta,. \ t.
S report of th oDrening Star In ref mtstratoa er at law rf W.
erence to the woaderfal ter Tate, deceased, W. H. Know- -,
heir at law of Peter Knnwif.s; I..,
Boley, LouAlville and Nashville Rai.,
road Co., a corporal ica. sacwessor
to the Pensacola Rai'road Co.. ,
'Lo 9sLlTe curvaristlea; A. V. Clubbs. C B.
L a Parkhill Thomas C. Watson. W K.
:_ tf .. ^ ~ Anderson, Alex Stodd.rt. N. Thir.
I a 9d too.a, Fanane L. HaineA, Eectra H.
SRichards, Joephine ;. W. T.rry,
K id ne s' ur* 1 Van Beoomh LAvingstou and Abu
KIdhey Cure Booth.
On Monday ,the terth day 4 s4p.
tember, A. D. 106, the defendan" W,
of which tie discovered the fort-il A. Booth, N. Thurstem, Fann- L
Father hyGrady gave him a history ofl Haines, Electra B. Richards, Ju. -a*
the remedy and all the good that had C W. T erry Van so vo..:-
be..en de by It. And as the reporter Abida lU h a nd AlAzr..oTM a-d t
was abt to leavefther Grady are required to ai tdO bli M
said: against them herein. Thiorder 3a
"I wish you would tell the mothers published once each wWek for. *
in Anniston, and for miles around An. consecutive weeks In the Pp n a
n;ston. to keep a bote of this great Journal, a newsppeW public?'
remedy In their homes and give it to said Iesambla county. A. M. I -
their eWHdren when in need of a gen- Ian. Clerk Circuit Conat. By L \*.
tie laxative sad liver medicine. There ward, D. C.
Is nothing l-ke It to baldk up a run- Penacola, HPa., July lt. li>
down system." jiyj..~ 1i
Rev. H. B. O'Grady is too well known
to need an introduction here, being a STATEMENT.
missionary of national reputation Made under leotioa 3a3. c'a
a brother of Exl senator O'Grady, of LM a ws r i ... . .
New York. -.La .* *fF koid ds.. -.
AuUtin of AX b~m- i't.) --1, .-

Loft Life Liver
end Kidny Oawr

is a positive cure for all liver and kid
naey troubles. If your Uiver is healthy
you will not be troubled from eusti-
pation, Indigestion, Jandice, yellow
skin. bad breath, aad the many other
troubles aistaog from a torpid liver.

of the aoted W." Catheri" ad
was comuilomed rer admiral, his
activities being 4ganlat the Turks in
tihe Black Sea.
It is said that Paul Jones' enthus-
ism for Russia wax as great as his
devotion to this country. He has bees
acclaimed an adtenturer which he al-
ways stoutly ils0d,. ad he knew him-
self best. CouIm u aa beenT rated as
an enthusiastic buaeaeer by many.
For all that, we like to associate John
Paul Jones with our reVoluatlo, and
his victory over te Serapts; during
the time that WaMlaasxtom and his feV-
low rebels auffOed at Valley Forgo
and other place whet Boome looked
beyond the Allega es: at the period
when we were i e folk, with t a
navy sad 4 nted Iaval eers; be.
fore Tacoma, C ftAkme and Qalvc
ton were e"ea Oieiecrad to the glory
of thei taMe Is a, elU)ea the thoht
of the ,llsatrie aalt asomew-
tioned. W w pwi
Jonames with ha "wr Sas ua
even the !wegab deny that eds
his condag.

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Collector of Mcambta coun'. !.
to be collected for the tax v.1- ,
and the apportltoaest of rth a- a!
the several funds for whtur' -
taxes have been levied, lai': lcrz '4
Tax with county school tax:
Total amount
charged to taxes : :
Amount collected
to Junm 1, s*- I '1

Batlace ......

er ....
to July
tax ...
to July


tax prop-
1. 1965.. 17,0T5-3 *-$ "1
......... $37,79433
1. 1905.. 27,83;.,-- .9 i'
road and

brtode tuly .... $.1,7.6"'.

to July 1. 1M. 10.5- ,""
County Fine sad
Forfeiture tax..$ 8.3106
Amount collected
to July 1, 1905.. s ,9 ;
County boad taxz$ : :.; v.;
Amount collected
to June 4, 1IS6. 1 3 1.92-5 1 i



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Pocket AlcohMl SvwYr going 25 Uft TO" tPper 5gI
<~Ieats.2 .. t I PI 1 ee J .
m ime a 10 ents. Pipe, 15 centsjott.
LAMp ChIme ifte bM Ladry Soap for

Ijt. NaVU -p f, gold devy
?sWtl.A NA .T.n _._r...5et
"" s -. ., .I D- -L C. Eag Ba S j,
Vi sheets Paper cent aS Ble China1 Soup n,*
""iub Sink10eGomm
antary Sink and Gold Cream Pitchy a
ias Lemon Juice it ctort, eats, worth 0 eas.
cents. Bolomnon Osnday Natil Boxe
Three-Ring Egg Poachers going Sat ftts.
25 cents. Two Papers Double P rin" Ta y,
tg Beater and Cream Whip goiag for 6 cents.
at 10 cents. D0a Mote Paper ad EanvIopes 1
Jar Rabbers, 12 in neat bla, all for U1, 20 and 25 cents.
5 cents. "PIa*e ottle of Machtne 0.4,
, 5,00 Wood Tooth Picks for 6 enats. 5 cests.
J Na NPpkIns, 10 cent* b han4ed Halt piod Pmre Burated T'a
Ice Picks 5, 10 ag O Mcts. Powder, 10 cNt
Black knameled Handle Tea Bells, Gas Tapera, 5 cents tox. worth :9
5 and 10 centa each. ets.

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We Commence Our Semi-Anual Stock Taking in Three Weeks. All Stocks Must be Reduced Before That Time, and in Order to do

This, We Have Determined to Offer Our Entire Stock Without Reserve for the Next Three Weeks at





This will be the Grandest Feast of Bargains


ever offered in this


Read the List carefully and

be on hand prompty when the sale opens.

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15c Hair Brushes, goo4 bristle aad
polished wood handles, now IdA
going at .................. U
2,c Extra Quality Hair Brushes. good
strong bristle, with polished I)f
handle. now only.......... lC
T7c Superior Quality Hair Brush. im-
ported bristle, and finely COC
polished hadles, now.....
if( Tooth Brushes now gotng 7i
at ..........................
2,-c Superior Tooth Brubhes, very ine
bristle, ivory handles now l
only .......... ........... d 1
- and 25e Extra-White Pearl C5
Bun tons, all altea, now only.. w5
.-lies' 40c Saper Lisle Gloves, ta
ack, white and colors, now
gont at .................. 25
: Bevel Edge Hand Mirrors, poi-
ished wood back and han- c
die, now only .............. 5c
;,- Mirrors. Nickel Frame and Decor-
ated Back, with hanging IC
chain, now aly.......... 1
o"'- Triplicate Mirrors, Nickel Frame
and Decorated Backs, to go 90 S
HATS worth hroa 76 to 25c
1.9., all to go at one price 25c
Cno hundred Black or White Straw
Hats. regular rc kind, to 1
(ifan up at............... 15



Suits, Skirts and Waists.

One hundred Sample Skirts bought
4* per t moder value, to go as
5.00 Accordeon-Plated Skirts, black
and cout, to to thin s *IQ A
sale for .......... ...... $ .1
$600 Plaited -and Stitched $3
Mohair Skirts, now...... $ e3IU
Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits, made :3.
very fne All-Silk Chiffon Taffeta.
beautifully made, in the very latest
tyiles and mot popular colorings,
regular $26 and $30 va.- $14 49
rs, your tolcey...... $14e
Messaline All-Silk Taffeta Suits, 'n
black, brown, blue or white, styl-
ishly made regular 10 0
$14.0 value, this sale $1090
Chiffon ilts, stylishly made, in brown
and black only, regular $15 value,
to clean them out quick, $ 75
your choice........... $ 887
Ladies' Sheer White Lax n Suits, trim-
med with bemstitched tucks, in very
atest style, a regular $5.00 suit,
to go in this special sale
am .................... $298
$6.L Flae White Lawn Suit, beaul-
fully tucked and trimmed in em-
-broidery on waist and $ Q
hIrt, wing this sale at u3098
$1.U Duck Skrts. black or 75
blue, special cut price.... l7 l
$1.2 White Pique Skirts, Q1
going at ...................
$1.75 White Pique Skirts tucked and
, abtton trimmed, now Q
selling for ............. l U.
M White Belfast LUnen 9 Q
Suit to go at.......... $34V
$7.50 Sheer Fine White Lawn Suit,
beautifully tucked and trimmed with
butto-hole embroidery, hemstitch-
ed collars and cuffs, made in the
very latest style, now $Q98
going at .............. -*- w*
White Belfast Linen Suits, very hand-
sonely made with tucks. French
knots ad kemstitched bands, beau-
Umlly tailored, and a q
speelal bargain at...... s90
$12AM White Belfast Linen Suits.
beautIflly mde and trimmed with
attem-hole embroidery and hem-
edtiet bIeads on waist and skirt,
uMtvly the greatest $
argIn ever offered at.. .8s89
We have a few of oar Madras and
Peral.e lfts left, so will
eldo thm out Monday at.. wC
3 aad $1. Finee White Lawn
Wats, beatiWully made, _R
to d e o0 at............ BB
One lot at choice White Lawn
W.I" worth from $2.50
to J.. to so at ........ $1698
"c Lawan an atiste WaiAts, t l.
ft this sale for.......... 49c
$L" and White Lawn Waists,
17y hanismely made,n
O D eD n s sale for .... 83
"*, *o e- .- Waists., $5
am &olAf at............ E s


Two hundred dozen Ladies' Silk Lce Mitts,
worth from 75 cents t .O$2.00 per pair, in black
or white, to go on sale in four special lotsat 10,

25, 39 and 49 cents per pair.

These are all

strictly new and fresh, and for less than one-
third of the actual cost to import.
Don't Ftil to See Them!


One lot of 6e aad nTe Liberty and
Taffeta ilk Foulards-neat, dark
Dress styles, to go At one Q37C
price .................. ..
59c Extra Quality Wash Jap Bilks, In
black, white and all colors, 37
to go now at ............ 37
$1.19 and $1.25 line LtbWty and Taf-
feta Silk Foulards, choice ...
styles, to go now at c.....

40c White Jap Wash ilksM, M
now only .................
M6-inch Taffeta Silks, I blak. vIltO
and colors, the regular S90c 5
quality, to go at ........... l1
1l-inch Taffeta Silks, in black white
and colors, 40c value, to 22c
go at ........... ..........
75c All-Silk Changeable Taffetas, all
the leading colors in this AQ.
sale ............ *, ... ....


Hundreds of other Bargains of every

description to be Slaughtered during this

great sale.
II [ I lI II I Il

Be On Hand for the





5c Embrolderies and Insertings
to clean up in this .3ile at..


15 and 18c Extra Quality and Wide
ambrolderies and Insertings I
to go at .................. I Ur
25c and 39c Embroiderlie to 1
go at ............... ..... 1

10c and 12c Torchon Laces, now C^
to close out, per yard........ 5

Miscel0aneous Sac-

rifmce Bargains

85e White or Turkey Red Ta- 4 A
ble Damask in this sale for I
Bleached Crash Towels, the regular
5c kind, In this sale, per 'J
dozen ..................... iww
5c Twilled Crash Toweling 803
to so at .................... 4
8c Checked Glass Toweling,, 4
now only ................*.. *
1G0 dozen Bleached Linen Huck Tow-
els, worth $1.50 dozen, In 0RA
this sale, per dosen........ 5v8
5 pieces Finest $1.50 Bleached German
Satin, All-Linen Damask, 91c
to go at .................. .ew
Ladles' 104 Undervests, now 7
going at........-........... 2,
Ladies' 8%c Undervests, to
go at .................... ... *
One lot of Ladies' Undervests AM
to go at.................... U
75e 10-4 White Bed SpTeads, M*5
now ......................55w;
$1.00 10-4 White Bed Spreads,
now ...................... 75c
11.50 Extra 104 White Bed g I
Spreads, now........... *
25 yards Best Bull's Head Q| AA
Domestic for ............*$1,09
Mill Ends and Remnants of Wash
Goods and Table Linen 6n *-pfall
Bargain Counters at Slaughter
5c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs t l9
now .................... -
10c Hemstitched or Embroider- 1
ed Handkerchiefs, now....* V
Men's White Bandana Han&
kerchiefs for............ -
10-4 bleached Pepperel Sheet- 1Ai
ing, the 26c kind, this sale S4 c
S-4 bleached Pepperel Sheet-r iE
Ing, the 22%c kind, now ., 5
Beet 46-l ch Table Oil Cloth,
all colors, to go at........ -* W


White Goods
at Slaughter Prices.

2,000 yards In Mill Bds of 0lc White
India Linon, 12 to 18 yard C
lengths, to go In this sale.... 5c
Finest 20c White India Linon I1O
in this sale at..............10
Best 25c Sheer White Persian Lawn
and India Batiste, 45 inches I "C
wide, for this sale.......... 15c
i5c India Linon, India Batiste and Per-
sian Lawns, very -heer and 22C
fine, to go at............22c

Slaughter Sale of


Best 10c Fast Black Cotton Sc
Hose, or Tan, to go at......8 OC
19c Fine :Fast Black or Tan 1 4
Hose, special cut price.. I H e
SO. Extra Fine, Fast Black or
Tan, Plain or Lace Hose.. L- 2
75c Fancy Lace Lisle Hose, ACp
choice line styles, to g. at.. *4
Best 20c Tuff-e-Nuff Fast-Black 1 c
Child's Hose, iron frame, spl 1 5
Best 50c Lace LIsle Hose, In C
black, white or tan, now..,..35c
26 dozen Fast Black Sox, .
special, per pair.............. u
100 dozen Full Seamless Black, Tan or
Fancy Sox, regular 12%c PA
quality, to go a2t............ C
156 Fine Seamless Sox, fancy black
and colors, special, per I 11
pair ..................... 1&2t
i9c fine ast-Black or Fancy
Maco Cotton Sox, to go IA.
at ....................... 14c
75c Oxford and Madras Shirts
to go at .................. D5 IC
65c Madras Shirts, with or
without collar, to go at.... "7 r
$1,26 Fine Fancy Dress Shirts QC
to go at ...5c............
One hundred dozen Men*'s 1c Seae-
less Socks, put up 4 pair In 000
box, to go, per box........ %1tb

Slaughter Sale Fine

Silk Ribbon.

100 pieces very wide All-Bilk Chiffon
Taffeta Ribbons, in the ew hame-
ion changeable effect and newest
print warp styles, 60c values
to goat..................... 21
One lot All4Silk Chilffon Taffeta Rib-
.bos, 2% inches wide, 15 and &
1ie values, now eNly......
Al other RUboms equally cheap.

One lot of Torchon Laces and
Ings, the regular 5c and Sc
quality, now, per dozen....

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Wash Goods
at Slaughter Prices.

50 pieces very best lOc Washable
Zephyr Ginghams, choicest e1
drew styles, now at........ Cc. .
5 pieces finest 16c Washable Bdtaboro
Zephyr Oingham, all this season's
styles, and New Fancy Skirting
Ducks and 36-inch Imperial
lercales, in this sale for..... ,C
50 pieces very best Sc Standard Call-
coes in blues. grays and reds 39c
to go a' T1, yarni for........
On, lot Noppa Cotton Voiles, Crash
Tweed Skirtings sad Fancy Mercer-
ized i'onz Suitings, worth from 25
to 40< yard. to clean them up 1
!ijck. you" choice.......... I5
W5 0o yards of 32-inch Waverly Ging-
lham.. in good style, Checks and
Stripes in Mill lbds, from 10 to 16
yards, to go at 10 yards 5 c
for ...................... ...... .
40 pieces Sheer and Fine Printed Airy
Ha':s'e and Croydon Lawns, the
regular 15c kind, as oang as 1"
they last............ ........
100 pieces Fine Sheer Printed Organ-
dies. Fil de Chine and I-ench Cross
Stitch Swiss. very choice syles,
worth from 15c to 25c yard, Ql1
your choice now for........ 92,

Slaughter Sale

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WIn pIoms doie any- ote f Kidney

or Bladder diamse not bend he reach

of medicine.


st, eugthens the urinary organs,.
builds up the kidneys and invig-
orates the whole system


TWO SIZE S a8 u .d $1.

No mindoine can do more.

ft Sim ni fbnt VaI EnMhrthg Ptbs
A. H. Thurses, Mg. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, 0., wrItes:
"I have been afflicted with dne and bladder trouble for Mrs, .e
mg gratel or stone with excruciating pains. Other mines only
gave relief. After akiqP FOLEY'S KIDNI(Y CURE the result was
uprising. A few dosstwarted the brick dust, like fine stones, etc.,
and now Ihave no pin across mykidneys and I feel like a new man.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CVJRE haa deuoa me $1,000 worth of good."
0 f *otdy OM. p irHh,
hbose. V. Carter, of Ashbor, iN. C., had Kidney Trouble and
one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUE effected a perfect cure, and
he says there is no remedy that will compare with it.

W. A. D'ALUMBERTE, Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St, Pensacola, Fla


Brent July 8.-We are having a
father dry "rainy-season at Brent.
The "Fourth of July" has been the
ei-absorbing *'event" of the week. '
When I first saw the stripes and
stars raised over Malaga Square in
1904. I had no anticipation of witness-
ing a greater celebration of the Fourth
of Jply in 1905, at Bay View Park on
*Stoddart Lake."
The world surely moves--and with
every revolution we have new revela-
tions. The great feature seemed to be
dawning upon me all the while, as I
tarry between earth and Heaven, as
it were beyond the normal age of man-
and after the years of his sufficient
usefulness to merit continued exist-
ence-a-bording to the latest fad of
the infallible doctors!
Mr. Stoddart can now soon die in
peace-when a fireproof hotel is built
for an all-season resort, and the elec-
tric car line extended thereto.
Mr. Stoddart has taken long years
of delight in the application of thou-
sands of dollars to beautifying the
bluff and opening driveways in the
vicinity of Bay View Park.
I believe that there is nothing on



when the stomach is
%*t of order." A 50
yes.. record of cures
is f eery bottle.

the East coast to compare with this Mrs. Vaughn. *
beauty in sublimity of altitude and! Mrs. Will Givens came down this
grandeur of scenery. morning from Century, Fla., to visit
The good people of Brent had a se- relatives at Jennings.
vere shock, after the festive celebra-. Mr. Lawrence's regular appointment
tion of the Fourth of July, in finding here is to-morrow afternoon. We hope
that a member of the party who spent there will be a large attendance. Sun-
the day in fishing at f'erry Pass instead day school after preaching.
o' taking in the city attractions, had We are glad to report Miss Molle
been accidentally drowned in the Os- Doflin much improved. She is now
cambia river, visiting Mrs. Marrineau ft Quintette.
In the prime of life we may be al- Mrs. Annie Dowling is on the sick
most in the jaws of death, list this week.
Young Herrington was only 18 years Mrs. Sue Penton is visiting her pa.
old. and appeared to be a model young rents this week at Chamuckla, Fla.
man. Why vuch flowers are so sud- There is plenty of tae melons bb-
denly snatched from us, the great ing brought into Molino now..
Governor of Earth and Heaven only I
"We only know that they are gone I
And that the same returnless tide A A
Which bore them from us I
Still glides on,
And all who mourn them with it
glidee" Special to The Journal.
TIOS. McMILLAN. Bagdad, July 8.-Everybody that
could hire a horse, mule or oxcart wewt
to Florida Town on the 4th sad had a
Good time.
SThe mill company wat so pressed
IMOLINO| (or dressed lumber that they# were
________ compelled to run their planing fill on
the 4th. Manager Galliver presented
each one working with a watermelon
Molino, July 8.-We are still having showing his appreciation for their
plenty of rain and the weather is real services.
warm when the sun shines. The Ladies Aid Society of the I& .X
Miss May Bowman returned to her- church gave an excursion to the life
home at McDavid, Fla., Monday morn-' saving station which was a success
ing, after a few days pleasantly spent both financially antd socially.
here, the guest of Miss Ruth Gait, of, Miss Ella Cravy Thompson returned
Atmore Ala., who was visiting her from her visit to friends In Jackson
aunts, Mrs. Grimlar and Miss Gait, and and Jefferson counties Monday.
now Miss Roth, have gone home after Misses Olive and Mary Creary, of
a pleasant stay of three weeks in Corinth, Miss., are visiting relatives
Molino. here.
The Fourth was very pleasantly Master Willie Watson and sister,
spent. We had our regular Fourth of Davie. of Pensacola, are visiting their
July picnic, but there being so many grandmother, Mrs. DaNe Allen.
other points of interest, we did not Mr. T. L. Waters aiid sister, of
have such a large crowd as we usually Gateswood. Ala., are visiting their sis-
do. Everyone present had a gool ter. Mrs. J. P Morris.
time. Miss Mary Garrett, of Poplarville,
Miss Eva Vaughn of Museogee, Mits Miss., is visiting her dlster, Mrs. S. J.
Carrie Windham of Millview, and Mrs. Davis.
Coroly of Mobile. Ala., spent the day Mrs. McLocklin, of Mobile, is visit-
here Tuesday,' visiting their grandma, ing Conductor Cal White and family.

* LS 1Land .7Uyoiw at 98,ca
Lot 3. Fsrty'flMsethW rRsu1 i

'1. w.L$. 0t domatI4-.,4

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Special to The Journal.
Cottage Hill, July 8.-Mrs. George
Bradford has been sick for two week,
but is slightly improved.
The shipping of pears is the order
of the day.
Mrs. Lloyd' Hahn and sister are vis-
itors at Cottage Hill (or a day or two.
Uncle George Haverladd has re-
turned home after having spent three
months in Iowa and Dakota visiting
friends and relatives.
E. E. McDonald will leave Sunday
noon for Cincinnati whdre he has a
lucrative position offered him. Mrs.
McDonald will remain for several
The Fourth was spent in a very quiet
way here, a few going to the river to
Join a picnic.
Diphtheria .-elleved in twenty minu-
tes. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thomas's
Electric Oil. At any drug store.




It is exactly six year side the Im-
perator Alexander IIIH Was launched at
Cronstadt with unuisiual pomp and cer-
emony, says Modern Society. The
Emperor and Empress, and all the
Grand Dukes and Diuhesses 'were
present. The ship was to bear the
name of the late Czar, a fact which
caused it to be regarded by the Imper-
ial widow with almost superstitious
It was midsummer. Glorious sun-
shine flooded the palace and gardens
of Peterhof as the procession left for
the dock yards some miles farther
down the Baltic shore. By the time
the ceremony began ragged clouds had
swept up into the sky, and ominous
gleams played on their inky fringe.
The court chaplains had prayed their
prayers, incense was swung, and holy
water sprinkled ;the cord, wreathed
with roses, which held the lever in Its
place was served by the stroke of a
golden axe, and the huge vessel be.
gan to glide softly down the ways.
Just then the stort broke. An aw-
ful peal of thunder crashed overhead,
A flash of lightning, blue and vivid,
came hurtling through the air. The
ship was struck. A' spar fell, hurled
upon a group of officers standing juht
behind the Czar. Three were killed
outright and eight were wounded. The
bystanders, appalled and beside them-
selves with fear, fled shrieking across
the deck.
The Empress Dowager, whose feel-
ings had already been raised to dan.-
-gerous tension, gave way, and sobbed
hysterically. The Czatira stood, white
as death, holding tightly her little
girls, Olga and Tattana, as though to

shield the children. The Emperor
himself wag quite calnm and collected.
He.drew his mother's hand within his
arm, quieting her by his own entire
self-command. Grievous things have
happened since the launching of that
.warship, and Russia believes many
stories belittling the courage of her
Czar; but that day at least he showed
a cool bravery which cannot be gain-
The Empress Dowager could scarce-
ly be comforted. She was convinced
that the thunder storm and Its fatal
flash was the omen of ill for the Mn-
perator Alexander lil. ather John
of Constadt, the famous Russian latter
dy seer, was sent for, and his prophe-
es were not comforting. "The ship" he
said "would go down in its first en-
gagement, and (counting one year for
each of the men kille]) three years
from that day would see the end of
the Romanoffs! '
This prophecy was uttered in July,.
1899. One part has come true at this
present time. The battleship Imoera-
tor Alexander III, led the van of Ro-
Jestvensky's line, and was almost the
firet to fall a prey to the guns of the
Zapanese. Most qettainly :when ta
news reached Tilarzkoe-Selo it would
rouse in the mind of the Empren
Marie echoes of that awful light n
Sasli--ad thew |gcj of zrbes

o Wild Stwrawberry always on hand.

The death of Mrs. Hattie Doggett
Strother at Bayou Grande, July 2, was
a severe sblpck to her many friends
and a great loss to her family. She
was 42 years old and she left a hus-
band and four children to mourn her

Must Have Luxuriant ahd Glossy Hair,
No Matter What Color.
The finest contour of the female
face, the sweetest smile of a female
mouth, loses something if the head Is-
crowted with scant hair, where it saps
the #Vtality. The little while scales
the ggtm throws up in burrowing are
called dandruff. To cure dandruff
permanently, then, and to stop falling
hair, that germ must be killed. New.
bro's Herpicide, an, entirely new re ual'
of the chemian l laboratory, destroy
the dadruff germ. and, of cqmar,
fUouig ir, and pretty ,
a= x.I 4 1 by leading dru asis. _
or 'sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, drug.
r -A a0 r, 121 I Palahlo.
4 e.ttg b for rapse to

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Lookout Montain, T71nn., July 5-
"WAoNTnD.-Bevy of jolly and attrac-
tive summer giris to make thingsIS- I
terefting for the young men. Good
supply of choice, marriageable bach-
elore o hand. The first to come may
tave their pick from the field."
The above, if it should really appear
in the newspapers as an advertise-
ment, woald no doubt attract nmuch at-
tention, as it suggests that practical-
ly unheard of conditions prevail at the
Lookout Inn, the resort hotel-"betweeny
Chattanooga and the sky" No resort
hotel has ever been known to experi-
ence the presence of more men than
women, except perhaps, during men's
conventions, and there are always sev-
eral girls to each man. The lone man
who wanders into such a place is im-
mediately besieged. Hotel managers
are always wont to extend the glad
hand joyously to every decent looking
chap before he gets hisfoot upon the
threshold, and girls and mammas at
once begin to take notice. They cast
their eager and hungry eyes over the
register before the new arrival has
got a dozen feet away from the desk.
following the bell boy to his room, and
when he first comes down to the table
they know his full name, whether he
is married, and are siting him up as to
their chances of leading him into that
doubtful step.
The innocent cause of this unusual
and reversed condition is a lady of
title. A week ago, guests of the Inn
suddenly made the discovery that a
real, genuine counters and her daugh-
ter were in their midst, the Countess
of Kintone and Lady Falconer, mem-
bers of an ancient and royal house of
Scotland. The two ladies, accompan-
ied by an elaborate suite, were quiet
and kept to themselves, attracting but
little attention from the other guests.
But when their identity became dis-
closed, everyone, particularly the
young men, became Interested. The
news spread over the country, through
the newspapers, and as a result, with-
in a few days the hotel was rapidly fill-
ing up with young men from many
cities, ranging from New Orleans to
Kansas City and Boston.
Although there was ai large colony
of typical southern beauties on the
mountain, the royal title proved more
of a magnet, and now there are about
five men to each girl, :nd it is a case
of scramble for company at the hops
and euchre and other parties.

What's the secret of happy, vigorous
health? Simply keeping the bowels,
the stomach, the liver and kidneys
strong and active. Burdock Blood 31Bit*
ters does it.


Result of Advertising in The Journal
is Very Pleasing to Mobile Cigar

Some time ago the Frohlichstein
Cigar Manufacturing Company placed
a small advertisement for their
"Frances" cigar in The Journal and
President N. H. Frohlichstein of the
company, who was in Pensacola last
week, says that they are now doing
an excellent business not only in Pen-
sacola but all over West Florida.
Among the Pensacola dealers who are
cigars are the following:
. H. .Muller, .'Dannheisser Bros., A.
Summers. J. H. James, J. Geo. White,
Jr., Progress Club, Hooton's Pharmacy,
Kandy Kitchen Ko., L. Jacoby, Rich.
ard -Morris, J. Neri, Manhattan Hotel,
N. Apostle, A. Greenhut. J. E. Wagen-
helm, M. Jacoby, Jno. Zirkelback, Joe
Roth and the Depot Drug Store.
Mr. Frohlichntein is very muca
and particularly with his advertising

A little life may be sacrificed to an
hour's delay. Cholera infantum, dysen-

Em ON Z#K jvkeJwery Co.






l ,. No. 9Se.
H. L COVINTON, President M. L CLARK, Cahilor.
C. W. LAMAR, Vic-Preldent. JNO. PFEWFER, Ast. Cahier.

Capital St S200,000 S-rplus, S40,000
Henry L & Covcton, S. J. Tbshee.
J.i f. eI. A. M. Avery,
Jra rl"s. W. H. Milton, Jr,
Brm Dw"w. 0.-"K Maura,
Frank eil W. L. Cawthon,
S W.. & Ro=C. A. o'Neal,
T.F McGoA0 Dr, W. J. Hannah,
P. EL Brawar, McKenzie Oerting,
C. W. Lamar., Alex McGowin,
J. L. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts o glanrli Indviduals, Corprations, and Firms SMolted.
FIuIr r~ rs et. lrel t paid on Time Deposita.

WM. H. KNOWLES, Pr~sdnt
THOS. W. BRtNT, Amst. CasRler.

W. K. HYTR, JR., V.-Pres. and Cas.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Cashier.



DIRECTO-RQ C. Brent, V. A, Blount mi HI. Knowles
W. K, Hyer, Jr. D. G. Brent


We rw ow Sw ilt of Ex-
mUene Ar emt brtn, Ireland,
emay, Fraee, Ausrla, Italy,
lelan SpOan, glum. Ruesa,"
$NorweIy, m Swede mrk, and
ther Eu1p eontrleO

Vesses dibursed upon the Moet
FavraMle Terms and their e*l.
gatloi taken PayaMe at Port of
De0ination Ten Days After Voe
sel Arrives thero

Sa4&ty Deposit Bozes For Rent, in Connection with which w
have a Private Depattmnt for the use of RMnters

Svlngs Depotment-Interest Pad on De-
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.

I- HILTON G01NN, Pszsmmam. T. A LWEWM, Vcu.Pamssassr
3. M. BVasRXBL. UsamUM. MANSarIMLOMoSX03oA0r. tA-uiit
Citizens National Bank,
soPeNaeoes. orids.
oW Mort.W W e T. L. We!2e
i x M. Botams. L. Hlltoe Orw.

J. S. RXESA, Presdent. E. W. MUNKFE, Ca.r.'..
SCR, CART, Vice-President.
D irectoeo.-.. ReMS, J. Reese, W. D C. -Kesler, R. M. Cary,
W. A 'WAleaberte T. A. Jennings.

Whlelm. and B~ botm in
Steam. Domestic- Anthracite C O AL
and Blackmith
Offce-No. J Soth PsIaft street. Te.pham, .
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SOhl%"Rseceive PromptAttention.

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U ha 6troe y, ORR ,AU.-I am Florlda Staft "OR .A.. Atwo. YOUR HOUSES, ETC., SU.FCIENTLY COVERED BT FIRE
oe boh maA ea rea48af tw for Fire and Burglar Proou Sates and Vaom house newly paperqd Se SURANOe?
Yea at% it WOUl. haw bee a wer B900ftnMrhb Alpine date .% car line, lot 10Oxl4r. will buy a five-room cottage on FAAI YOU TOI uH
aVank Fixtures of all descriptions ail painted, an Little Bayou, YO(1 TROUBIH U AND ANORRE BY REPAIR NO'1CES?
T H I E. O L D S T O R Y .. T I Mo M Wa e a c ompa n y o fl ..- :* O h o Wl A t o o t i n a r e . . ..IN -
pritab e as~~tnen" Te Wxock Corpenby Good bargainnnc aOt .... 1700.00 Hillb convenient to car lne; large lot.INKING OF BUYING R ELLIG
tWith fbe for prifesi and Hot and bar, corn. r spetWalty t
wil be two f ete bu xying elsetwhe dear- 5 110, W. Garden street ..1M.00 surane a latt pertaining to Ral tate. W respect
rltt Moreas .eassooa, .a. 4 Iot-. LaRuSa sta ....... fc olieit youe and uantee Gantacton.
l. -..a,. l B' I to.. ......................from$ 0 LE B O KS 0O.OO- r stages on t Gegory street: good renter
nwM rf TO SAZLE.-17%foot sioop rigged' 3 of the prettles -ots -. New .204Ya Palaftx, Fisher Building $1700.OO-Cotfortable one story dwelling fronting Uttle Ba
skit, 8 foot bam. ca.res .75 yards City ..................... 900. convenient to Line.
VW have mmny good diVided 9l In good condition. A box POR RE iT.l
i.ea e 2 P OR RENT. molo 2$1200.00-Story and halt dwelling, containing 5 rooms with
propertieS o Ot S t. fo SL 23j-elie, 13s Chase St. .............. IMO WW two acres of laid, in the city limits; near Electric Car line.
610 .3 Jackson St., newly 900
FOR SAI-eautfuy M k!y pered, bath block! 1750 Build you a house, I will give you
SNew City, also several lots overlook* i2 w. Main St .............. 10.0 prices on material. P. 0. Box 288,
,-, witl w Taw-*, IJ ln the city Block go, New City; also Phone 310. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay- T
I other lot In and around e L .S treet Wharf.BROW 30junelnm* rh "'*
A. H. DALEMEWRT, by .Maages rR SAUL-Steam Auto. almost ne 200 ThelSn Bld'g pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17
W. H. KNOWLES Prt R. tMe O *Is% eash. part cash or real estate ex- e a rtpa curtl eoatrience in the
J. TILLANI. V. P. a 4L eLrm EMWly lteR lva cange. Call at room 4, 7% Palafox. Telephes sc south. J. oratl So.rtt, 244 E Greg
REAL ESTATEL. OLOAN Nr W* aMa,-S 14R I 01 .une sret, Pensacola. _J._l _
s & Paeateas St... 180GO 1h Fa Sct 24 K o.1
y soun and in we- I 0" 0. pm DAILY 8 CaE pm
condi1tioa. AlsoAt dses oe Stud*., the 50P. to Mary Ifttheb =d. Fre I
baker wago S. Garfield. s N:ICLTY FURiBB roms tfor "at, port can get desirable rates on th ear Stea O --
WA T i WA n Z privilege of light housekeep steamer Captain Frit. We make PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL . UCK
*WAN^ O M- ^>W-P WAMT* ^ __Z : FOR GAIA.-Half Interest in good Block and hlf from Palats, 219 i. weekly trips leavftn Blaylen street RAILWAY CO SPECIALIS
v T vEnit>- waterww% EN RGBTIC worketw everywhere to 1.paing arstafrlSb 'fase; abe" Government st. 283mm* c e Tur We t6 Trains leave pIaola for the Ltl EYE, EAR 0CAN T

imil. Apply corner Ing Addres Manufacturing, tased roms1for da Capt. J. N. Rogers. 1) elm*B o :
rl in need atlm %Lses bee Akeevelag.iin C Aoe RGULAR NAML LUI--God eCovo. BtrraonAe rO.n-o
,a:, t.,r m Ar a York. lyt DO t er n )hane Alpine Sae an for trailing public. Daily r 7:15am ar F. Barrancas :3cola at- COLLECTION.
e. ,,,apc guarand." sbr.and'A little at ad Wl b wdufLk Co.'m lrea d Bu arPro a . ..a D am Chipley ta a:50 ar a Penarola 40m PALAOX AND ROMA
,. ng ass--nb-yW YOUNG .,=-te )ur tnatruted c, T h ,- st eieA N 1Ac U m 8 ead1 Address .-. T Nggle, CMi:ly ar F. B n 1:30p A.tom, ya
Maron Of th SalvdipioU orei fr t oehing and eirrnes how weJ owl ar 3et 2:4opin --
ilomne, 33l d S and a trade In Sew wees, mailed tree. Moler .. oe e. Bayou at Spnnybank at nd paeltrF 6:15pm ar Ft. Barranceas 7:00p STOes
.:ap .or cnlam. Ali-. .i Barber College, ew Orleans, IAe Prop SA -elm e. Bathinesgt bathing anshing and REAL ESTATL 7.:0pm ar FPearcoa :45pm

al 2gine in good running conditio. T $0 weekCa Sel rt8 W1 0 a :0pm ar PF aola '45pm A e d M hor
Slylm* NT.-Two oo canvasers n a cofo. g toall Take mail laniC Ruth. Ad- L TA pSUNDAY d. Eaturdays nlyGovernment St
S AmerTca NatoMPenal Ban. A_ Wogk sen Adre A- in JouroaMary t ,e,, b the Aund sadw we wl Trains leave Fort Barrancas far LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOAw
yoir moing Sa b. ties in --ri- to -anJle Alpine Safe, Bakery. 6u 1moats. D. au Wlson le,& C& 8: a Pensa.ola 34A OXA I
ag guaranteed. T. B. Tr and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Pro 0am. ar Pensaturdola n :40t on atE
Phone 978. 18junelm. Safes and Vault Fixtures of every FOR SAIZ.-Horse for sale Mad a T0 Capt. Baker Os large and tTAGrL_ .11:00am ar E
description. Wrke me Sor terms for hire. K. ntucky *es cr. e. dellghttally locate at :00pm a Pensacola 2: 4pm
: ) -A light second hand sa- Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor:I person and Zarragossa Sta. Joe Weill, Flsherville, newly painted and paper. eows cloth Pselle prd 5:15pm ar Penscola 5:55pm J. P. STOKES
:eap for cash. Ad press l11 ida State Agent H.H. Sojune.tO Pp l ojuneim. Ad. Bathi ng boatig a a g. oatg A AK an so on utl:0:0 p. m wth 1e oor o pm arla m

Jter Son naveo~a~elG.AgentMaryd alty Co.! stP ch Terms $7.5 0 per week. Special rate- s J. I_ iO#, Mitar, 7H soth exception of the frp16t car seat oinv Per-n t
WANTED.-Two good canvassers FOR SAIE.-hole r 1 families. Mr. Fannie Rettinger, 1619 SUNDAY SCHL
To buy for cash, & few wanted; will pay straight salary to' door hot i brooer, I lrtlgished rooms for light hookeep- FOR ON DOLLAR AND FpITy Electric car will leave Penaco!a General Law Practice

Aent raid at the depot n An ntellt orees Jurn cr, 60 foot Galvanied pipe and o Hermaa. g; Phone 933, t rte. ljuplm. rt Or had w wilsacl la aout every hour from 6 wi m to 10 p. m.OULTE
SApply to J. Mller r unelm 4eat hoses. ws, e rB as inclusive, and saturday night only at GE
SMuue2m WANTED--Age Fsae sdytsi k or ,1is 1. 5 iyer g 11 p. m.Big B and Ime d Bb Bayou for C STH M D.
i.TDor l. etc work every West Morida town to write n Good Store. ROM AND BOAth D.-I~htful ll- a 10- M2..b Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30, APalRetto N EThIese B

\ir .e-B u-e c ean your ta te re r. S, do knour w tat accident lsraJ. J. ce. H. Thornton, FOR SAI-.L-A small sailboat A cation on bary ore; boating, bath- pd oSe Sty -- Porcelain, Insl.
ter & Son have opened a Gen. Agent Maryland Casualty Ca staunch and safe boat in any weath. Ing and Ashing. flquire of Mrs. C. C. j ~ POo 71 South exception of the rst car leaving Pen-
t l and ant the depot Any intellige-t er may earn a er. Address P. Journal ce. rmn rle. Paox street. Orders taken sacola at 6 a.., whh will, on re -Fiher Building.

... ..... .. .. -- i red at e tt o lsa No. 405 Bayou Chic; known s the wil l 11 ., _ e present, l v wt ho se e th.s ele : trwN -- .ST.. .. .. .

, x ryti, inC,. ce th e waythr Eg Belmontc tret PhMfW7.7Jlylm* pi. The e place for parties f m p lw- a ,e^ W~lMlt n o car sceaule ared wd woro nw 2eeun
SA L ^ Oo bJ ^ horse, wI 0pend thegb.msWsofwsutD
--d" te. Also reateaegd brood mares. A25rne frnw WM RaNT.--Two furnished d ro e tore .oms t.t .. .. .,-, tr lee te l 9t Room 8., Brent Buildin,, PhT
.ED-Ths people of myestae B HInmao Vefrty, go 6jMsy s c-- r osFOR BNT--TaNer8 Isma left ^r towt. Light o e. a- .r *t toot -m at WN 0 s A. M. ad the, .
.. Northern Pr The above i the wek day s e MODERATE PRICESa
Juneau, trial mrlda. 110 EL Gedas GL. PARTIES vhs to WA houser
dogeyour hair cut at the P(>R SU f n-'se. e
mno or ors as. 444ao. UN& A o baL help.,n ,nsd0 nicele By fuarnis rnn tbt t rC. L SMITH, M. D.,-
,et , c Bor er, ely ase two months. Apply to --- ...N Ay bA sM. pr-vilege o Ntepmhoma Ap, . -' Beach wRAI aw TONRV li IIWNI
.r amo, do your wirg. etc. The J. J. McCat I- Freeport, Fla. t Ne o. @aad train from Peaseels and wt then et- Porcelain, Inlam e w
IiePensacola Electric Cal1w* F REN N SeS mmd run to PenaNolT ahed of the tr Crown and Bridg' Wor
corner In endencia and Bayle led by Dr. WS r.s SA 4resh b ctter, cream, eaChoi bock oan A h PENA OLAMOL waA. aCHI. Room Se 06 Wshe Be. uldin
I, or sweet milk, and b ttermilk,. de- NICE ROOMY COTITAGE at head )11t g1 rdge et of the eMl0t e ,. COLT.A. tRRA.EL.E. T. AN- #a a "rasuate
slivered at say th.e o, day. No. 403 Bayou Chio; known as the Swift ea. Taslest tuade socted, 5 i. present, but wil, observe this n, .

:.ASSO c &r Co. reelves16d hrE. Belmont etr t PbW a7. 7lylm* pSe. The very place for parties .te 7 th Palte. . olast. Afl M6 goe- ree c ar schedule an wil work In coheo R. N ET
;met of imported pure oilve oil* oau s ,ger. and I GA# amagagwg An pts o y e
-icd .n iailons,. half gallons FOR SIi horse, 7 wIshing to spend the balance of sum- . h, 5 t .o,,w.t it.
*rts. years old ,8 hapdd, se and gen- mer months. Apply W. 3. Cater, at rOR SALE-Nest cottage with Xe-

Steprbm f... cit ..b fon i a np.... y_.......... ... aw lorcaty.A.v Chb ri Tem w. LW ., ""ud upstaiir*, .iwp .0_
"n ph-ne "'- rn ae oki or 3?00 -t -- Snelm* reice .*on North Hil, uafurnish. llghtfally looted fouM'oom 2a8tSot aLaf S o", P110.. 1144BT, Yp.Il
farmntc land. Must be Dot pupose POR RBNT-Twe-room sae Nature has favored this section X p RE-reYL Said has fee an e i : lsb

rsa. ems and in good repair. For I r EiM1 L 0l. PHILLI P
Acet W~e.236~.O es~a M ~k~bet hto ORRNT6-om ou $PESIL SEU 1 A frSt nd wMi *le Apa-.HOMOPA HIC.. s.

IJ.pessor The JCana wO TAD th. D. ale M For additional tlformatloa apMly t BIaIia--.A Fo -
a. Pe acoloa sdPatm 0 al spply y wtoth s0e wo, block% KPEl LOv.-Pafr gol- -nred eyeglasses, J. aAUN Oflice Hour-8:80 to 11 a.
Sa 10L C. EL PROM AND EFFICIENT K ,n. C. reJ-,nt Ge,. R. ad a. A,,, Rie, .orh aao
-a. a.d special 1 m G P_ PRO T I.ll /, p s ila 65-tworings Peac aon
o. oer at Ioleral -sea. 'llif .-7 _- S J OB. amayliA. Mn. Fr.GONZALEA & CO., ?Iai WORK CALLED FOR AND Uligt red cow, with defective horn. ---.A ----
.D O-Second-ba CrN Ot O4 I SALZ.--CO 6a aorner Manumacturere DELIVERED. Rerd for return to 1501 N. David u DW
au seed ineaSl sacks. Out o f em Palmls. let CIooCE MEAL AND PURE M UNs MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR st 9Jlylw o. W UUW GULF CITY
avmpentsa SamlIed. Waet em. i se.ges. STOCK FRE06 PRESSING, $1.00 PER
Y ke & Co l a hig Oa. Bsay your meal and stoek gsMt IMONTH. ifW, STRAW OR STOLEN- Manufaeturers
A f.. dao hase maeturer, Wiosi. r g PHONE, 7I5. Small ble imo cw; one horn Blip- and Dealers in
BN-AA HIe -SAWmM S* o fmuilture b*dhW. sbibeW to i K. E. REE8 M. WHT ped; ough young c. Re- LUMBER, LAT leanin f
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Article ll i deliv M s I ered.140 RT $1

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,M.kers.., 4urveniNiUts
SWith the Money Makers urSettI1PPII
A Dollars WorthSfor a Stue v I"I McMillan Bros. Co. 1 lll L O
: Of Interest to Housekeepers. eccentricities are fictitious, none of ./
Our If the Peqacola housekeepers will! them are exaggerations for anyone to Manufacturers,
,keep a careful eye on the ads of B. imagine a man more economical. A Cleared.
IT Gerson they will c3rtainy leatn t few years ago he sent or a getleman .an ch, 74.
SUITSti.e lao addone him aavor,-and In'MabitaJua A.May, Honduransh7
UI things to heir interest. T 'stconfieial way said that le twa, g- Scott, with general cargo (or Ruatan.
Sting now Is "open stock' goods, no dal ao sam a ave,.asgnd -
; TeII **4 which enables them to fill in any broke. 'ng to reward him wi.A a "tip" that l .
Talk and h enable nw thI toI any brok-oe could work for a profit. Then, to I AK T S VESSELS IN ORT.-
i a * t. he man s astonishment, Mr. Sage gave A M A R K 1 T S 1teamslpe..
-,* D .ako.ta. Editors Needs.' him the address of a store on Seventh i
They Speak A Dakota Editor Needs.avenue where he could get shoes for August Belmont, Br sa, Barnes,
It i reported that one cf the fastidi- $2 a pair.-Chicago Record Herald. Naval Stores Market 2967, Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
ous ladies of this town kneads bread Savannah, Ga., July S.-The naval Auguste, Aust s, Lacevlich, 1714,
VOlume S I with her gloves on. This may be stores market closed to-day as fol New York to Gulf Transit Co.
somewhat *peculiar, but there are DELINQUENT lows- Brantingham, Br as, Flause, 1685,
others. The editor of this paper needs WW ................$4 60 to $4 80 Las Palmat to Fr. J. Schreyer.
o1 bread with his shoes on; he needs T WG ................ 4 25 to 4 35 Elfi, Br as, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron
bread with his shirt on; he needs bread: LPU I I ALO N .................. 4 00 to 4 10 to J. A. Merritt & Co.
S, with hi.s pants on; and unless some of M ................... 3 95 to 4 05 Fert, Ital as, Parodi, 2697, Bofston
Ser anSUaSIO ithe delinquent subscribers to the Flag Only aout 10 days more remain in K ................. 3 90 to 4 00 to Gulf Transit Co.
Persuasion of freedom pony up before long nr only about0ays moreremain in-K- ..................390to4 0 oodwooB z ,.. 2313. Baltis
will ned bread without damn nthg which delinquent county tax payers .........................3 8 more to Wm. Br eyser CBoo 231 lt-
4 T o Lo e son, and North Dakota is no Garden oI can make settlement of the amounts H ...........................3 80 Inchnoor. Br Curtis, 307C N-
i To Lovers Edr id wiier te eo.against them and avoid ha .................03 75 to 3 77% oor, r urs, 308, New-
Eden In wmter time, either.-From F .370 to 3 72 castle to Gulf Transit Co.
f Good theNorth Dakta lag f Freedom. ig their property advertised n F.................370to 3 7l. ras, Kahd
41 ., the North Dakota *ag *t Freed sold. The delinquent tax list will be ...............357% to 3 60 Kyonla, Get a. 1541, Kahdey, m
f nGood Dt............... ..... Pitch Pills L.mbr Co.
The big half-page ads of W. J. & B. published about July 20 gd after that D .................... 3 3 i Miramr ss Anderso. 151,
A n iFcrbes are attracting a great deal time the only way property can be Spir 5835cento 3 New Orleans to Hyer Bros.
-m | III r' attention. Reports from that store saved will be by redeeming it after e, Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huelva
C LV U H LS 'indicate that business has increased sale according to law. to Master.
wonderfully since the increased ad- !Taxesare delinquent on April 1 ande | Stanhope Br ss, Harris, 2132, Phila-
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, 518,00 vertUsing, the dull season notwithstand- he tax collector is supposed to make O LL delpla to W. S. Keyser & Co.
ing the dull season notwithsta his fnal report during the first week cla, Ital s, Blach S. Keyser & C eno
AND UP TO 25.00. g in July. It has been the custom BR IDaIARsIlF tB Gulf Tranait Co .,
Cause for Tears. however, to allow several weeks extra GUlufILU Teresa, Aust ss, Persich, 2331, Gal-
"Yes, I am the mother of three chil- in whichh delinquents ana pay up. veston to Pensacola Lumber Co.
derenw-o-of wh- are living. The aIn the city, delinquents are charged .... Wanderer, Br ss, Hunter, 266,
drn other--excuse tho tealivig.T a certain percentage of the amounts Some time betweenSunday arttr- iUverpo l to 'A. A. Brown & Co.
Joh We do"Yesnet rtainly, you poor thin,," due-as penalty, but this is not he case noon and Wednesday afternoon a but-W"
ohn W hiteThe other works n a store hat Warren E. nderson, on the corner DGr Globta Ital b
doesn't advertise."-Fort Worth Rec-G nl regory and Barcelona streets, ad ar 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow
Outfitter to Men and Boyp ord. e R i I'IIDSIll I carried oft plunder to the value of Pine Lumber Co.
-..U/ LR Uu noIUII about $500. DID"ela, Port bk, Domlnges, 1117,
,20&2 aS. rPaWoz All Around. During his visit the burglar filled Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber 1
P.ho ne 25 Call a girl a chick and she smiles; ....for benefit ot... he bath tub and, after selecting a Co.
m- 225. call a young wowmn a hen and she change of the doctor's clothes took a. Itsl bk Due Claguni, Oluvarl, l58,
_______e___ howls. Call a young woman a witch S1S 1 il S OF MICYf bath and left the house, leaving the from Genoa, to Rossco Bros.
and she is pleased; call an old woman WARRINGTON,- bith tub full of water and his own lannonta, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft S
-^______________ a witch--and shed I dignant. Call a -- iscarded and soiled clothes lying on do France to Rosasco Bros. -
girl a kitten and sbe rather likes it; W ft U l y, JUly 1Z I t.o f Tug the floor. Oceaua, Port bk, Molleo, 1122, New
call a woman a at and she hates flntdll Among the articles taken were a Orleanj to H. Baars & Co.
Sou. Women are queer. p "-" pair of diamond earrings, a diamond t Tbhoa Ital bk, Garro. 03. to Q. I,
If you call a man a gay dog it will Leaves Palafox wharf t 7:50 p. m. pin and a diamond stud. Caflero.
Ne 1W flatter him; call him a pup, a hound,I Leave Warriigtor at 8:15 p. m. rrhe doctor and his family, who are ]'
or a cur, and he will try to alter the --- occupying their summer residence on
map of your face. He doesn't mind', Tickets-Adults, 35 cents; Childre '.the bayshore, had' left their town Harry W. Aewis, Br sch, 279, Matan-:
being called a bull or a bear, yet he 25 cents. house unoccupied, therefore leaving a as to J. A. Merritt &Co.
n i i.wll object to being mentioned as a - good opening for the robber. There Julia A. May, Hondurian slch. Scott,
Piann ounilsO calf or a cub. Men-are queer, too.- Wf ter S. ]o ton is no clue to the guilty parties. 74, Ruatn to Master. 'p=r
ri1 1 lnltULondon Tit Bits. L 49 Am si 3. h. iR. ..eynoldt.1226, B o.-
v ,---W a e S *, .* * timore'to master.
Thoughts. General Dealer in c Marnofla, Am sch. Houseman, Pa.
Weigh every ad for selling force. TERSELY TOL cagoula to order. =
That's a proving test. m n liriPC liqcl S iln r BUSINESS LOCALS. Makle.Am sch, Ward, Key West to
e ma save you money and satisfy Spasdomic adverti means play- gIN S mast Mer A Bh L e
you if you desire a first-cl--s Piano. TI stag with Opportunity. s hips., SIt .
Mew Pianos from $100 to St. Tosl.te sell, r-e, tell Aasne Terrisano itaship. C.
Be sure to see the Baby Thre e times wh n it requires Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish -es 1170, Lve pool t master, C
eumale tdegular tano made for y more erve to be a conformer than a CYCLES REPAIRED. estimates on building and painting o lNR s ship Ayllnr, 2, S
Md old alike, $100 to $175. _Luck seldom urns of its own ae. CYCLES FOR RENT. and give personal attention to work ivalhe I m ster. ,
S will pay you to call or write cord. ts up Strong and 824 East IRu
under it, an d over-. Iron afes, Cash _egg Typ t es._
IThe ideal ad has salesmanship writ. writers, Guns, Pistols. Loeks 9d U- McKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale CREW NOTICL
ten all over it brellas repaired. and retail ship chandlers and grocers, Neither the Captain, Own-
Noise is not argaet. Lawn Mowers,Bl # es, the only first-class house of the kind sn N or constgnees of the
ILCook to rtsul far than to et in Pensaeola. Fair prices to all. German steamship Beltag-
LL TITIE & RULSHING,. a Jdo- nmost complete line af Iey11a the 10 glo, be respoi-ble for debts
* city. Why use inferior paper, when joi r by eiebWers of the crew of
12 L bY ~ S -A Tip Free U- le Rnel -Sage. can buy Kelso Bond. French Dinti r L H. BUB
12 L So n w plAne W#A1 o t hstoes that rs 12 Ns Hf u s t KT NT I N N.gpLf TLl
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Nothing tl More Proverbially Uncertain
Than the Duration of Human Life.
While you h health and can obtain range y
should grasp the opportunity to get it. The Equitable's
2o-paymet Lfea wmigh acc fiWec
of dividiends is a mighty attractive policy. Ask us about 't

Fire, Life.

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Knowles Bros.

Gcnl Agts.

Ion Central Life
tower death rate, lower expose rate, and
K mu. apy company doafg buslaem In Flor:d&
ld be emsy for you to decide the ret.

~. NWU saW General Agent.


Iron Works and Supply Co.
Mannbaarers and Repairers of
SPrmpt SttONdoAM givem to all orders, day or night. Az-n',
A fb ame.Ka A Co's celebrated Log and Timber Dr -. 1 0
"OaftfSie,- I PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr.
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A General Mixu.
That red mark ea Jdg QISa's
tace aad that dri& a i ten t e
aM. wh C Jack MRaf E l--"
Ialk. i fl. II aot
enough for you?" The pony drives be-
came so interested in the topic that he
stepped off at a lively gat. Two
wheels of the wagon went up Itto the
air and Judge Quia hit the grit with
a dull heavy thud. In the exttemeat,
the wheels of the wagum pageed over
Judge Quinn's body, -ad not satisfied
with one "pass over," "repassed" and
"passed over" again. The Judge grasp-
ed the spokes of the wheel finally with
his hands in the effort to rid himself
of the dashed thing. and in some un-
accountable way his head got Jammed
between the spokes. The wheel re-
volved and the Judge revolved; and
for a time things looked serious for
the Judge. But all things have an
ending, and this was no exception to
the general rule. The horse was final-
ly stopped and the Judge was rescued
somewhat disfigured but still in the
ring. As the Judge viewed himself in
the mirror shortly after his rescue he
was heard to mutter under his breath:
"Of all aad words of tongue or pen.
The saddest are thee; it might have
been.-"-Apascehicota Times.

"My Bonie li;s oier the ocean.
M&y Bounie i:s orer the sea."
Correct Answers Receive&
Clara Peblcy P-pper, city.
Rb4tr StoBt. city.
W6rer Gagnet, city.
Lazar shn. city.
Irnma McDavid. city.
Vera McDavid. city.
J W Plk Friedman, city.
Nollie Glackmeyer, city.
Wile Wood city.
A h ta 0. Donovan, city.
( .! einberg. city.
't Hernandez, city.
.-^,< -Ha;oion. Big Bayou.
V.nuf Cecile Brown, city.
A':,' Wagenhem c. dty.
V,. r: -('ary Brown, city.
4-.'i'vwe BrMt. city.
-,>';, Brent, city.
K. -. Brent, city.
W Brent, city.
SRine joeaso. dcty.
.:.:t Wa einm. city.
SMildrd Beal, Myrtle Grove.
:. Amatte Bal. Myrtle Grove,
vef Vimegt Greenwood, city.
Emilie r. Each, city.
.si>iot "" city.
SIna Brg d y.
.:,anul Roth. city.
.t, ien Irma Bureorne, city.
(,,y Holland. ci'.* .
A'stf W'els. c'i;y.
Indians Pete city.
Ernes' lArgme. city.
1Ilhan Frifniman. rc-'
-ova M's-.ina. Apa;achicola, Fla.
Jeanic Dovm. ri'y.
Alie Dow cit.
liattle Gay. city.
Charles ,1 Chnnn. city.
largaret Sandusky. city.
W.ilic Little Bayou.
Mant Ht-rrin., no address.)
(Ci*e Parker ELgan. city.
W Ilhlmina SalTsman. city.
Arnes Quicley, city.
.;" i' Salter. Milton. Fla.
K'-tc Salter. Milton. Fla.
r L Wilson. .Tr.. MariamMa, Fl.
.J n Frenkel. city.
1 -"rt Barrow. city.
K ,'t Starrow. city.
'.-v Barrow. city.
SMNntrose Edrehi. city.
H-tbrt K. Riedel. city.
r'-anWe Hill. city.
Si-;: Prenkel. city.
.* Williams city.
C. K:llebrew. city.
R- ,:ly. Big Bayou.
ai Reilly. Big Bayou.
r` R. U!ly. Big Bayou.
-- Reilly. Big Bayou.
S ..r Mor-rion. city.
,., Stein Massey. city.
k-" 7r O'Donovan. city.
... ,Anderson. Bayshore.
< Davenport. Big Bayou.
C a ReTll city.
F Vario Bpll city.
Reilly. Big Bayou.
F n E .nhardt. city.
*;-. V .. city.
SL..-d city.
> '-l1:Te. city, deserves bon-
nn, her answers are so
and plainly written on the

on Twelfth Page.)

A Week of Fact and Fancy, Fun

Mhood-. ---------------

Itg of a. dentist's bill to a stray cat,
which ikn-detI'ty was responsible for
a return of the comfort which he
sBrerly eaijed.
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tag for them for the period maentioned
he decided on Saturday last to have a
new set made. He knew that his dog.
which has a fondness for everything
from false teeth to kid gloves, was re-
sponsible for his loss and he was re-
luctant to spend the price for another
He was brooding over the loses on
Saturday when the cat crossed his
line of vision. Feeling in anything

Club House for RoaNveOi
Kx enator Call wants to establish
a club house for President cgsevelt
Mt Ortge, near Jackveesvft Sad be-
glas the aYmYen bry *tmb1,* P.

He likes his grit sad his trenoataeu.
Mr. Call himself is a man of remark-
able strenuosity. We saw him in
Jacksonville the other day. He walks
erect and with a steady stride not-
witahtanding his accumulating years.
No one who sees him today quld
think for one moment that he was a
conspicuous figure in politics prior to
the civil war.--Ocala Banner.
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but an amiable mood Ie looked over Ye Ocala Muse.
the ground for a missle to hurl at The lightning bug finds sorrow scant,
the inoffensive kitty. He stooped to With economic skill
pick up something when he discoved He rung a private lighting plant
to his delight that the intended mis- And fever gets a bill.
sle was his set of teeth. Thus warbles the muse of the Oca-
He apologized to the cat and ex- la Banner, And, in which respect it
tended the courtesies of the back may be added in homely prose, the
fence for the remainder of her life lightning bug is a bright and shining
of nine lives. The owner of the teeth example of opulence compared with
supposes that the canine on finding the average citizen.-Leesburg Comrn-
that the teeth would not fit dropped mercial.
them In the yard.-St. Augustine Ree- *
ord. Some Mosquito Nets.
S Burdine & Quarterman have had a
The Jim Crow Law. force of ladies with sewing machines
The "Jim Crow" law goes Into .f engaged since Thursday in making
omorrow and we re informed mosquito nets for the laborers at
that th tomorrow and we are informed work on the F. E. C. Ry. extension.
that the street car companies are pre- The nets are made of a thin cheese
paring to comply with its provisions, cloth and are being turned out and
'Guess de colo'd "bruveren" will have sent to the camps at the rate offorty-
to five a day. The cheese cloth has prov-
Keep pulling the sani en better for that locality than the,
With Bandana in hand, usual mosquito bar.-Miami News.
Or comply with the laws * *
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rights to the state legislature of 105 Herald good whe an-Mlliga
in a candidate for cpqres subject to Herald.
the Democratic prisa.iry of the Ird
congressional district, which will be A* Home Enterprise.
held in 1906." Get busy, Bill. It A stranger remarKed !a our presence
seems that somebody is after your a few days ago that he had walked
job.-Madison New BNterprise. about 10 miles over the town hunting
i* 0 a drink of booze and failed to find it.
Dog Stole Falte Tet p. We answered his expression by telling
A north city resident owes three him he being a "stranger" accounted
months of discomfort to a dog which for his being unsuccessful in his ef-
he owns and which abould have been forts. The liquor traffic of this town
more considerate. We owes the sar- Is purely a local and home enterprise.
AL -High Springs Hornet.

Following Is the order e( services
at the various churches to4ay:
t. Michael's Church-FI1nt masm
6:30 a. m.; last mass, 9:30; vespers
5 o'clock. 4,
St. Joseph's Church-First maas,
4:30 a. m., last mass 9:30 a. m.; ve- 6 o'clock.

Palafox Street Methodist Chureh-
Rev. B. C. Glan, pastor. R gular se
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. I. Sun-
gay school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrewp,
superlateadeat. Epworth Lague :80
Gadsden Street Methodist Church-
Preaching at 11 a. a. sad p. a-. y
the pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers!: 'k
day school *: a. a. pwo4 Laasu
, p. a._W,

Sympathy Extended.
Our sympathy is yours, Board of Con-
trol. You and each of you, individual-
ly and collectively, are In a good pos-
ition to be "damned if you do and damn-
ed if you don't." and it's coming to yon
no matter which way you make the
cat jump.-Madison New Enterprise.
* *
A Flounder Story.
"Just tell them about that large
flounder-the one gigged one night re-
cently." said Captain Domingo Saga-
ree. "He-the flounder, I mean- was

peter, Pastor-Services every first
Sunday at 11 a. m.. by the pastor; Sun-
day school at 10 a. m., J. I. Beal,
Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo.
W. Carpenter, Pastor-Services ever
first and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m.,
conducted by the pastor. Sunday
school at 3:30 p. a.. J. N. Andrews,
superintendent. Prayer meeting every
Thursday uiht at 7:30 o'clock.
Warrington Church-Rav. Geo. W.
Carpenter, Fastor-Services every
at 7:30 p. m., every fourth Sunday.
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IiAYd to t. WON Er dTiar and is in.OL
t -W !orK WAS ALLThe Jou NATl
CThan.ct AwPuzzlers Julyou .er
"*],e it ever i: CuId!'it. d
There', no pace l,1ke Home."

"Get Bwsy. Wit"
Gracious goodness, Miss Agnes!
What will Bill Lamar say when his
eagle eyes rests upon this paragraph
from the Marianna Tuime-Courier:
"Col. Jefferson D. Stephegs. a member
who most ably resnt Jackson
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Christian elo s.W
The Christian Sdensf hold t*
meeting Sunday at the Masnoalo TO
pie at 11 a. m. The Wednesday --M
ing will be at 5 p. m., same plaa.
First Presbyterian Chureb--ft
Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Omd"
school 9:30 a. m. Christian Dndeavar
6:30 p. m. No preaching services tO
Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave,
nue Mission at 4 p. m. C. F. uZedh
superintendent. All are cordially it.
Salvation Amy.
Services every night at 8 o'clock f
the tent, South Buast Corner BSele
square. A cordial Invitation to all IW
extended. Richard Norris, captasb ~.

tor. Regular aervlce 7:30' and 11 a.
m. and 4 P. m. Sunday school 9.30 a.
m. All welcome.
St. John's Chuech-Warrlngton. Rev.
A. T. Sharpe, minister in .charge.
Evening prayer and praon, 7:30 p. m.

Church of Christ.
Chbnrh -of Orist-Corner AlcanLs
and Jackine streets. Bible school 10
a. m. Prfachig at e1 i m. No even-
ing service. PraerSting Wednes-
day night at 1:45.
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BnUay scuooU A M. IV a R ppFs
hlm. gwperintendeat.t -"
* rht matS ._rheh-Rev.r. Joa,
*E a oa_ pastor. e at 11 a. m. by Rev.
Sylveste@i .Weea, D. D. No evening
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Woaley. service. Suday echo at 9:30 a. m. IE.
D. D. Rector. Reoager services at 7:3S D. Begged, superiataent. Sunbeam
a 11 a. m. and a8:4 p. Society 4 A.; V. , 7 p. m.
ti a West eWrE1 A. Cottrell,
la ni oWASwT. kMr gasor. Jitr 2 a. m. asad

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7: 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
at 7:30 p. m.
East Hill Mission-,. Y. Pitta, pas-
tor. Preaching Second and Fourth
Sunday in each month at 11 a. m.
-and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school every
Sunday at 10 a. m. 'Drew Rails, Su-
perintendent. Prayer meeting each
Tuesday night at 7:30.
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First Universalist Chui
Chase street. Sunday school
m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:W00 p .
cordially Invited.
First Christian Chu -
canis and Gregory P.
school 9:45 a. a. Je. P. Uo
Intendent. Preachig t 11 a.
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i uFamus State lonm l a1 m lds-

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J(^! IWoririt

When the state's flacal year closed
7.--.t.. on last Friday, June 30, and the agh
propriatlons for the various state
schools of higher education cut of
by the Buckman law, expired, one of
the most remarkable schools In the
country passed out of existence, the
St. Petersburg Normal and Industrial
This school had Ita exfitenc as a
state institution four years. it re-
ceived its first appropriation In 1901,
another in 1903, which was discontin-
ued this year in the wholesale de-
struction wrought by the Buckman
bill, introduced by a legislator who
had never been Inside one of the in-
stitutions affected, and passed after
S a remarkably brief debate on a vital/
subject. The St. Petersburg schooV
r went down with the others, In spite
t V of an endorsement second to none
^ that was given it by the legislatwve
committee which Inspected it, and In
spite of a hard, clean and faftfluBght
So n| the part of its supporter,
WillI 8tnil Exi
I % The maintenance of the school hsM
been resumLed by Hillsborough cou0 .
tw, and, though lightlyy disfigured, i'
is still in the ring," and with themame
SIndomitable energy the people of St.'
Petemaburg have always shown, wil- :
e-- be kept up to the highest possiblI
sI standard of efficiency with the mean.
------ A at command, keeping before them.
the fact tia: the next legislature may
FICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WfLL GIVE A display more intelligence In regard to
the higher educational Interests oS-
the state.
Often times in viewing the work
........... ............. ...........a man accomplishes we lose sight of
------. ..--.... ..... ...- the man himself, and it is doubtful It
a higher compliment can be paid any
and Folly in Florida one than to center Interest in his
Sf/inn e achievements, rather than In himself.
n F l y i of To a large extent this has been true
of Prof. Jos. B.' Gulsinger, the prin.
" --. = g : .......................cipal whose seven years of hard and
faithful work, backed by the generous-
placed It an empty barrel, head down, Fishing is Ripe. financial assistance of the man whose
and I'll be hanged if there wasn't four Hook and line fishing in Indian river name is as familiar as that of the
inches of the fish's tail showing above is now good and ripe. The boys and school, made the institution what it is,
the chimes. Big fouader, that." The girls, some of them, get up before the and who leaves the school this year.
teser smilted, and Captain Segaree sua and go out on the docks and in a Hard at work. In the early hours of
" mped la p ty. Mike Huber few minutes catch enough whiting for the morning, ta the late hours oa the
bre-. .- p, -r t biu -e r tIhree ..amQe. night, t b r at advertise himself or
nadictes that.m i. A *LmZAld they .are good, tota.-Cpeoa ait to care r cfpers and' critic 1 a.''
dong.-Apalachicola times. Rockledge News. boredt-nlt tie country grammar
* * school of seven years ago became for
Better Place Suggested. Has Hit 'Em Hard. four years a recognized state intitu.
A DeLand young man took his best The Buckman educational law has tion. Only to those who knew him
girl to church last Sunday night and hit 'em hard at Tallahassee. One or best, and who from time to tim lent
stopping at one of the back pews said: the alumni of the state college there, their aid in the great work he had un.
"I guess we can squeeze in here after partial recovery from the "blow dertaken, were his efforts appreciateIl.
Yes said the usher with a smil that almost killed father" breaks out Seven years ago, in August, 1894,
"I guess you can, but perhaps it would in "poetry." This is one of a series Prof. Guisinger was appointed prin.
be better for all concerned for you to of nine "verses" in the "poem:" cipal of the St. Petersburg grammar
wait until ywa set home "-DeLand "Cruel hands have stabbed thee, school, succeeding Prof. H. L. Whit.
News. "-... mother, new, now a well known citizen ot
* Cruel hearta have cut the tie Tampa, and a deputy at the Custom
Murder Everywhere. That to thee bound us, ;hy children, house. Prof. Gulsinger came pro.
.. Would that we could with theedie." pared for his work. He was a gradu.
Horrible murder at Miami! Very- Palatka News. ate of Holden College and of the
prominent citizen and his daughter 1 * Missouri State Normal at Warreno.
assassinated in their own home! Hor-, Ultimatum Issued. burg, holding a teacher's life certify
rible murder at Plan t City! Peaceable The most tastey and sensible thing cate, and with six years of practical
farmer riddled with buckshot on the we have seen in the Gainesville Star experience behind him, the two pre.
public highway! Horrible murder for some time was the reproduction of ceeding years as principal of the
everywhere! No man's life is safe on a sarcastic squib supposed to be taken Warrensburg public schools. He was
the streets, the/public roads, or in his from the Arcadia Champion-a femi- graduated, as before stated, in this
own home! And yeti the Pardoning nine paper-burlesquing or rather in- city, and the people there realized his
Board is constantly besieged to turn timidating the Hornet. The ultimatum sterling worth.
sassins upon the people!-Punta of the Hornet is, that the weather is Started With '73
Gorda Herald. too excessively hot to wrestle in the When he came to St. Petersburg
Not After an Office field of journalism with petty-coats.- he had a faculty of four assistant.
.t te an .. High Springs Hornet. and a student membership of 172, a
The gentleman who wields the; * striking contrast to the faculty of.21
stinger of the High Springs Hornet Tip for Tallahassee. sy
should be the state school superin- The Governor's mansion commission
tendent. In offering congratulations met in Tallahassee last week and-ad- Continued on Page Twelve)
to a newly married couple he uses the journed. The Tallahassee delegation
word "agimicagemte," and we respect- and its offer on a lot was most elo-
fully pas it up to Supt. Holloway.- quentyiv represented by an 0. If the "The Marriage Custom in Armenl."
Banner Liberty. capital is moved from Tallahassee Prayer meeting Thursday evening as
Note.-The editor of the Banner of some time it will be easy to locate the 8 o'clock. All are cordially Invited t
Liberty has lost his head in the begin. cause.-Tampa Hrald. attend the services.
ning. The word hasn't but one "m" * *
in it. We don't mind being quoted. A Bachelor's Advice. Lutheran Church.
.but it makes us a bad "speller'' to mis- A Tampa bachelor rooms in the German LutIeran Church-ReTv. 5,
quote us. The erudite in question Is house of the widow an old friend. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. German se. ,
spelled a'g-t-m-i-c-arr.n-l-c. Thank The widow has a boy who goes bare- vice at 10:30 a. m. English service
you kinlytifor your cd ilderation, but foot, and every night there is a fight at 7:30 p. m. Church meeting afta
we have never soUght anything at the and a roar about the washing of his close of English service; all voting
hands of the people of Florida but a feet before bedtime. The trouble grew members urgently requested to attend.
living. We want no office. but simply so hard for the widow to bear that she The collections of the day are for
ask for a little more of the "milk of consulted the roomer about it, who home mission. No Sunday school dusw
human kindness."-High Springs Hor. gruffly replied, "cut off his feet, ma'ld- ag July and August.
net. am, cut off his feet."-Tampa Times. Scandinavian Lutheran Ohranes
Services at 30:30 a. m. ad 6 p. .
nRev. elle, Pastor.

First Chumre of Chrl.t,
ower Al. Pirst Church of Christ-Servye a
tSuaday 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10:f1 a.a,
MB, super- Services win be held tI the Pegaeole
L am 8 ILbrary buldiag am BMst Chase
ogees lserices wll be bt at 8 p. .
Sasmo at the se ats.
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Oxfords for ............ O Mrs. Clark and children of Colum-
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evy Oxfords for ...... s Chaifn and family.

$.50 Misses* Pat Kid Ox- *$ 1 Mrs. Gabriella Clarke, her daughter
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TNESEf ARE ONLY A vislt to her daughter Mrs. H. F. Green,
THEE. AR ONLY A Jr. corner Eevepth street and Four-
FEW OF MANY VAL. teeth avenue, and left Saturday morn-
UES riw RED.i 4.
Mrs. J. Gauchweim's and Mrs. D.
Tm-- I b Danheisser's dance for Miss Sara
S m I sto Hetaberg of Birmingham, Ala., young
daughter of Mr. and lirs. Julius Heln-
STr PIes-". berg oat at city but formerly of Pen-
.a. 0L. was one of the swellest affairs
yet given for the numerous attractive
gets Of le0al Jewish society.
The beautiful fairr was given at
S the residence of Mrs. Danheisser
which was simply but handsomely
decorate with palms and twerns ain the
mt V two arfpt which were cleared a d
mthronwa gather for.the ball.
wler S mm Co. Ilm The library and dining root were
aso thrown into one and there a pretty
'color scheme of.p k and white bright-,
e- ed the .backgroum of greery and
SE lost anrtto the debuiBus tfref lments
IM P r T s. Served tbroushen the eve*lag ipcu-.
tg a.he owtL of pench presided
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Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Avery and
daughter Miss Mildred, entertained a
party of young people Thursday night
at their home on East Hill, with a
'"Fourth of July" dance and a water-
melon cut that was one of the most
enjoyable affairs of Independence
American flags were the souvenirs,
and the great American fruit, of enor-
mous sizes and choicest flavor, was
served in oool abundance.
Those fortunate present were Miss
Hattie Goulding, Miss Clara Jenson
(of Chicago), Miss Kate McLean (of
California), Miss Emily Whaley, Miss
Ella Ward, Miss Daisy and Miss Ma-
rion Spencer, Miss Nina and Miss May
Sharpe, Miss Genevieve Caro.
And Mr. Frank Goulding, Mr. Hays
Fernald, Mr. Tom Bass Covington, Mr.
LuciusBell, Mr. Porter Whaley, Mr. Ran-
dolph Spencer, Mr. Libric Chancellor
(of St. Louis). Mr. Len Whaley-Mr.
Howard Goulding, Mr. Preston Avery,
Mr. Clarence Avery, Mr. Walter Joh-i-
ston, Mr. Henry Yonge, Mr. Phil Caro,
Mr. Lawrence Howe.
Her many friends are pleased to
learn that Mrs. B. T. Hunt, who has
been ill for several days. was able to
be up yesterday.
The Whist Club had a pleasant meet-
Inv Thursday with Mrs. Willie R. Gon-
zalez and will meet next Thursday
with Mrs. Simpson Reese.
Miss Stella Avery returned Saturday
morning from a delightful week spent
with the Misses Kessler at "Holly.
wood" on the bayshore.
Mrs. Norris Levis and children of
Hattiesburg, Miss., are expected about
July 15 to spend the remainder of the
summer with her parents, Col. and
Mrs. T. V. Kessler at "Hollywood."
Mr. Levis will join his family later.
Mrs. Marion Caldwell and Miss Cald-
well will spend August at Cerulea i
Springs, Ky.
The Country Club is quite popular
with the members as a resort for small
picnics, teas and luncheons inter-
spersed with golf, bowling and-doing
nothing coolly and artistically.
Miss Cora Hunt is enjoying the al-
most ideal social life of the famous
"'Blue Grass region of Kentucky,"
guest of schoolmates and of her fa-
ther's family in Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Covington, have
returned from a delightful stay at lI.-
dian Springs and have their family at
home, the 0ons spending their vacation
with them. These with their attrae-
tive daughter. her cousins and guests
make one continuous and delightful
family party.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright, accom-
panied by their manly little sons Har-
old St. Claire and William Benjamin,
Jr., and maid, will leave Wednesday
morning for Jacksonville. where thev
go by steamer to New York on a two
months' outing. IFrom New York they
go to Jamestown and will probably
visit Washington on their return.
Miss Ellie Wentworth has returne-d
after a two months' absence in Atlanta
and Birmingham.
Mrs. X. Meade Wilson leaves this
morning for Marianna to spent a weeK
or so with Mr. Wilson's relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hooton, children
and nurse, left yesterday for New York
via the Clyde Line, where they will
spend a month or more.
Rev. P. H. Whaley and family, have
moved to 514 North Bayien street.
Mrs. George P. Wentworth has re-
turned from Birmingham, where she
spent two weeks visiting her sister-lr.
law, Mrs. Jamles Bentley Roberts.
'Mrs. C. Thiesen and' daughter Miss
Petrea have returned from New Or-
Sleans where they visited en route
home from the Bryson-Hill wedding in

tion In violet silk lansdowne lace
trimmed, enhanced the dainty beauty 8and Of Such
of Mrs. Cotton, m=tro boo r, while u
Miss Surles, who Is & handsome bru- .. ,,
nette, wore a 4otty whtte ilk tol- Delca te Flavor
letter, with accemorteof iolet satin.
The attendants wore.- htite picture Such is the opinion of everyone
hatied with large towa vif white shitn. who comes to our refreshment
tied with large OwSM'f white ehid .--n
There was no wajdidg-breaftat af- parlor for
ter the ceremony, 4but on the evening
previous an itr .eceton was I w C ream
eld withthe bridal party a"4 a -few Ic e v reasm '
.invited mas JuWs .at which a But then you know, It couldn't
dainty two coup" .umof- was se _.rv- b W e. "
ed. The color -Sl o ayiolet and he otherwise. We use te pure
white was prettily aIrd .q. in. the Jersey cream, pure extracts, and
dining room. Pro the chandelier its making is so cleanly-wel
above the table a ded large it just can't help but be good.
bunches of violets OadM, wthe -
,chiffo streamers, .wli were caught --
at the fou cor ers l Qte at"e by
other beBches a, the a M a saome, .
and the es wb sk were I n Care,
white with ca d. *.,, .
s HillIs y s 40- Ph e 9
hay. ff byas we skr.f t -.,




TO eRdw lV tion, and IMr. Bryson Is a young mania
S of most excellent character, fine bu-
FrFe@AI NE HpMPI ness ability and enjoys the admirtion'
and respect of his many acquaintances
IN 10 both here and in New Orleans.
DAYS, USE The popularity of the young couple
S A 5 ^ I was attested to by the number of
SAM TI M L handsome and beautiful presents they
THE COMPLEXION BEATIFIER Mr and Mrs. Bryson left at 1 p. m.
for the gu!.f coast, where they will
p bend the honeymoon, after which they
will reside in Hattiesburg Miss.-.
Vicksburg (Miss.) American.
.. ,MEETING.P. L. A.
Members of the Pensasola Library
,' Association are requested to attend a
S meeting Tuesday evening at 5:30 in
Library Hall.

Miss Kate Klumker who has been
quite ill for a few days, was able to
be at her post in Lannon's yesterday,
S to the gratificAtion of her many
"..!:, friends-business and personal.
%Miss Katharine Touart of Mobile is
wanted, and money refunded if it fails vmsitlng her cousin Miss Fodle Eggart
to remove the worst case of Freckles, 422 West Gregory.
Pimples, Tan, Liver Spots, Sallowness, Angus Gills of Deuak
Black-heads, or any other skin erup- Mr Anguis visitinGllMrs. A.of De 'unlak.
tion In 20 days-leaves the skin clear, Springs. visiting Mrs. A. D. Mor-
soft, healthy and restores the beauty prison.
of youth. Thousands testify to the Miss lara... f hi s
merits of Satinola. Miss Clara Jensen of Chicago, is
Sis Besse Miller writes: ev visiting 'Mrs. Jenson on East Hill.
with the result. of Satinola. Of the Friday night a jolly wharf party
many preparatios I have used, Sati- was given on Muscogee wharf for Miss
nola is the only one I have found to Wallacef Atmore, Ala. Those in the
positively remove freckles and clear Party were Mrs. Ericson and Miss
the complexion. One of my friends E.una; Miss Edna Smith, Miss Loui;"
has used it and Is very enthusiastic." Bobe, Misses Florence and Mary Hoff-
Price 50c and $1.00 by leading drug- man, Miss Eva Zerr, Miss Ola Wat-
gists or mail. son, Mrs. and h Miss Barnett, Miss
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn. Sold Maude Armstrong, Mrs. Hearse Mr.
in Pensacola by 11 leading dealers. Charles Armstrong, Mr. Charles Hugh,
Mr. Mannie Bobe, Mr. Thomas Hearse,,
e nMr. Reuben Danault.
cipient of several handsome presents. *
The hostesses were assisted In re- Mrs. J. F. McGowan and daughters
ceiving by their attractive young Miss Etta and Miss Ruth, left yester-
daughters Miss Rena Danhelasser and eay for home after spending a few
Miss Esther Gugenheim. | days with Mrs. Mattle Adams, 420 East
The visiting guests were Miss Reba Strong.
Markstein of Anniston Miss Kater
Steiner of Montgomery and Mr. Wal- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Greenhut gave
ter Lobman of Montgomery, Ala. a musical Friday night that was
The local young ladies-present were greatly enjoyed; by their guests. The
Miss Rosetta Irael, Miss Lilian Israel, stars of the evening were Mrs. Edward
Miss Rene Cahn, Miss Leah Cahn, Miss Forcheimer, Miss Zimmern of Mobile
Bertha Lischten, Miss la la Menko, and Mr. Nathan Forcheimer. Miss
Misses Fannie and Belle Berlin, Mism Zimmern not only sang beautifully
Johana Alfman, MI s Hebeie Hirsch.- It obligingly accompanied the others.
man. Miss Katie Oasehmap, Miss Ber- s
tha Levy, Miss Theresa Jacoby, Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Forcheimer
Gertrude Friedman, Miss Helen I.ght-1will spend to-day in Mobile with Mrs.
man, Miss Pay Heinberg, Miss Rena Forchelmer's mother.
Danheisser, Miss Esther dGugenheim, (
Miss Fannie Wageheim. Miss Yetta Zimmern leaves, this
The young men ,resent were Mr. morning father home in Mobile after
Herbert Moog, #r. Martin Menko Mr. a delightfull visit to Mrs. Dave Dan-
Joe Jacoby Mt. Joe Stone, Mr.. Joe belsser.
Gugenheim, Mr. Bennte Hein'berg, Mr. *
Clarence Frenkel, Mr. Eddie Frenkel, Mrs. (Captain) Olsen and daughter
Mr. Harry Watenhelm, Mr. Rudolph Bertha left on the noon train yester-
Flashner, Mr. Herman -Bagle. Mr. day for New York and Boston to visit
Ralph Berlin, Mr. Solomon Levy, Mr. relatives and friends. They will also
Leon Lischten Mr. "ol Ooldring. vlsit Halifax. N. S., and Prince Ed-
ward's Islano' before returning home
ev.B..GE o-" t a Miss Margaret Wrighton has re-
Rev. B. C. Ge atr of te Pala- turned from Mobile accompanied by
fox M. E. church will preach this her friend 'Miss Seraphine Willa who
morning in the GadBden church, and will be her guest for about two weeks.
Rev. F. A. Rogers, iastor of the- Gads-. I
den church will preach in the Palatox Miss Rosetta Israel leaves in a few
church, the two pastors having ex- days to spend two weeks with Mrs.
changed pulpits for the morUing ser- Julius Heinberg and other relatives in
vice. Birmingham, Ala.

BRYSON--HILL Miss Rosetta and Miss Lillian Israel
... ....t" ...w;ll entertain a party of young rela-
At high noon yestersy at the rei- tires at a -- cr dn y
dence of the bride's parents, Mr. and honor or M .s r He dinenner ot y
'Mrs. W. A. Hill, on North Adams o of Miss Sarah He erg of BIr
street, a very pretty hope wedding -
was solemnize6, the contracting par. ..___ ___.
ties being Miss Mary Albierta Hill and
Mr. Thomas Jacksop BrTsop, of NewI YoOUZII like
Orleans." WUli UT IoU L eK
The parlors anid halls had been arti4.
tically decorated with evergreens, A ,
ferns and flowers, and formed an ap- jS 1 0IUi0lUograUl
propriate setting fpr the celebration
of the interesting event. At the ap-. a A
pointed hour the bridal procession en-, aI on10p ylJ I s
tered. The way was led by M3ss Ger-
trude Surles, of Oeorgetowu. Ga.,
bridesmaid, and Mr. H. P. Hill, of S ome paper with your
lake Providence, La., .groomsman. own monogram on it?
Then followed Mrs., LU J. Cotton, sis- Will be glad to submit a
ter of the briaile,, matron of honor. s a proposition to you.
N ext cam e the groom and his best . . .. . t you. .
man, Mr. IR. C. Lewis, of Hartford,i --
Conn. and last the bride, with her
maid of honor, Miss Petrea 'Thlesen, pgnC' gfngf aar
of Pensacola, Fla. UL 0 DUUR 01Ull, *
The bridal party was met by Rev..
W. H. Huntley, presiding elder of the 235 S. Palafox
Vicksburg district, who oftciated. 123 Phone,. St.
The bride wore a handsome going ,IA e t.
away gown of Magnolia leaf green __ __ __
chiffon taffeta, with hat atd gloves to .....
match, and carried a. graceful bouquet ---. -
of bride's roses and ferns. Miap Thie-.
sen, a beautiful blonde, was exquisite- .
ly gowned in white eoMenne, garni.* |I n Simoonnth W
tured with chiffam and lace. A crea- S o u uu

At Manhattan Hotel, Garden and
Baylen streets, Pensacola, 'Fla. Din-
ing rooms operated by Chas Cadmus,
"Caterer to Mankind." American pian.
Noon, 1 to 2 p. m.
Olives, Pickles, Salted Peanuts.
Chicken Gumbo File.
Sea Food.
Boiled Red Snapper, Egg Sauce.
Shoulder of Mutton, Caper Sauce.
Leg of Veal With Currant Jelly.
Braised Chicken a la Manhattan.
Peaches a la Conde.
* New Potatoes, Butter Sauce.
Sugar Corn, Butter Beans, Steamed
Strawberry Ice Cream.
Lemon Merangue and Pumpkin Pie.
Coffee, Tea, Ilced or Hot, Milk.
Cheese, Crackers,
Dinner 50 cents.
Meal Hours.
Early Train Breakfast, 8:15 a. m.
'Breakfast, 7 to 9. Dinner, 12:30 to 2.
Supper, 6 to 8.
Breakfast, 8 to 10. Dinner, 1 to 2.
Supper, 6 to 7:30.
Clean, Cool, Comfort and Cuisine.

The Original.
Folej & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey, and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless Im.
stations ave similar sounding names
Beware of them. The genuine Foley s
Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
tto the best remedy for coughs and
olds. W. W. A. mYAlltpberte, druggist
ind potheC&ar, 121 S. Palafo.
IThe ladles' Aid Society of the
Christian Church will run an ezursor
to. the iufe-Saving Station Friday
sLht -Boat will stop at Warriagtoa.
Sost leaves at 6 o'clock. LAaves Uft.
Saving St4 t at 8 o'clock. Fares 3.


Meat in Summer


'" S ol Cahn & Cal
The Poue Food The Store that Feeds
Store Ponesl778 and 480 the People.

Goodness Knows the Goodness Shows

In an o Iow I X gfor IIIgI wg".
Like uuIal, our reputation for the pat nine years tells
you we stad behind every sale,

No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.

s6W U 117 S. Palao Stree Pensacola

DepoI Loan Of ce,

Ulgtum an Prtoprietr
Money to Loan

Sc W hes, and valuables
.^ ^ of all kinds.
cUrw*dsges always for sale at bargain prices.

atOesA ad -M OeS T reai "Aadwork delivered when prr"n
we biav&Tt sety vault especially constructed er our bus'a ,
In *hkchto Seep 01'valuables.
SOffiNe, 10 E. Wrdgt, In Brig9s House.
SPh*o 1127.

Pretty iN Room Furniture?

fas l aS certain sturdy honesty which characterize q S I
& eUuAute we sell. Best material best workaansh p a:-
SP" ak It poWsble tor you to get extra values t re
-i e Per aMre Hae.



Seen, Heard and Dowe Aimog 7hose Who

and Tarry- Wome, aid 'ety Here and Elsewhere


Don't Eat too Mud

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Modern Drug Store
The. place whore modern ideas origi-
nate. The Drug Store with a name to
make *am which is making It fast.
When you want

Goocd. K"Luro Driigmi

at the very lowest prices, and also
all the toilet articles that you are like.
ly to need. Ring phone 1100.


The Blrtplace of Prompt Delivery


mingham. Ala. The color scheme of
green and white will be beautifully
carried out In the ices and cakes, and
a very congenial party will sit round
the elaborately appointed table.
Miss John and Miss Ruth Glenn re-
turned last evening from a pleasant
visit to their sister Mrs. Tippin in
Pensacola Chapter will hold the reg.
ular monthly meeting at the home if
the president Miss Leila Reese, Tues-
day afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Mrs. AKred Moog and Miss EBille
Shulman--leave to-night for Wilkes.
barre, Pa., on a visit to their sister,
Mrs. Wiseman.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Maule and little
daughter, Lilah. after spending several
weeks delightfully with their aunt,
MrsM. Touart, have returned to their
home in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas.
They were accompanied home by Miss
Irene Touart and Miss Mamie Hatton.
En route they will stop over in Kansas
City on a short visit ti Mr. Maule's
brother, Mr. Louis Maule of that city.
You must taste the "Blue Ribbon
Flavor, "there's nothing just like it.
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. Takes
less. Flavors perfectly.


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The Nrac

and dorn. The MIRACLE is the oa t n with s it is at s tr bp ockI. M tmo nWp
It gives you a Mouse or store

Absolutely Dry, Cool in Smmer ad I
No bill for repairs, painting is saved, and you have s
ing. Should you wish to Sell, a m will
more than one of w or brick
FMRwAtM : Don't put in brk t will fall out i
cheap and cost just as muc. Hawe your cotracto
foundation. It will cost you o mor d oe nd
house greatly.

P. O. Box 412.
Telephone 399.


3a&dobviUe, Florida.

PAID CAPITAL, $5000,00
Tnhe Cosoldated Orocery Ci-ar b annam to the C. BobQA M
Company, of Jackonville; the Vie"Ca o..y eimMy. at JglaemeMo.
ew grocery branch of the Florift Naval Sian uma-s Cm as amw
of Jacksouvile; the grocery tMMeu itae*MeS Nw etneo O"lma, ea
Jacksouville; the grocery bimeak y the QOit Naval 8toeM Omupaay, l
Tampa; uee grocery braach aof th 9 Naval Stqin Baman,* PgMe at at
the grocery branch the Wm Cet O Naval SwOmse m( ey eC Pemaco0ia
the grocery brauck oa tM gutheat Naval tosem Com-pay, uaeot h.
Will handleewr yuueo I =eavy i =a Lightf meetr. em
ow Im1"mod Geoerimf, TpsmTe 1 Tel, -a. *tw Age S t% WhMe
Hickory Turpentntis WasM.


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Good to Eat

Ring 1132

w-1& &MIen-

S.A. Frifedan

T. E. Gartland, '
Sast Government W
2 East Government -e -

Bath House
,.. *Just one block tfr o
S,-arate side for ladies sad
S Open y sad night. Wt
only. Refreshments at a
Sewt pulc int rle eCRY.

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STRONG. ,H. P. Neman, Manager Meyer Shoe
Company, Writes An Interesting
Article on Window Display.
TheH Savannah esf "My most successful Window dia. -,
The Savannah News of Fridaysay: play What it Consited of and How
The upward movement in naval st d Arranged, by H. P. Neuman, manager
which developed a few days ago was Meyer Shoe Company, Pensacol, I N O
still in evidence yesterday for prdce. hi Fla.," is the caption over an article IWnL UL U il IN U I "
upward in both branches,of 1the iU ,.) 1i the last issue of the Boot and Shoe V IE r ni min nr
ness, and as the market was e i g'e i Recorder, published in Boston. W n k i * W ii-i
up before the end of the day's trading Thils article was declared the second HAVE OUTGiOWN OVR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A
the undertone may be considered er best of the large umber of similar
firm at the present leveL The .iriftl .....s. .. ones and oonsequeptly awarded the and
of turpentine market opened A is toting d by that pucation. -Of and Builders' Supply Depot
57% cents, with sales of 1,W141 easki z i i Mr. ,Neumn is always a hustler, and .
and closed arm at 58 to 58 oseaa devotes a great deal time to his ad. WHERE W*E 11.41 U GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
with additional sales of 5BSM. labby. verttsing and -windOW dressing, and FORE PLAC0I YQUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA.
which 511 were sold at dth r as a reonlt has estasIishe. for himself TERIAI. OF ANY OSCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY
gure. In the trading after the la ,the reputation ofb 0 among the best UNPACKING A
all offerings were taken at the o*sttdL we want to sml you a window 4ters In th.isection E the' LOAD OF PAINT
pri.ce. The receipts were So k. a1 His windo haa Prompt attention to all mall
oer g t deal of attention from in-e to and Wa yql bisms, Prompt attention to all mail
of which 1,008 were from Pr.. n br newone... e ordert
and theshipments 4,920. l1 a dtim e, a n Ideof them wre --

The rosin market opeW SMa fine of Suit 9SttmCf i but me *ruie article on the!
prices below, with sales ,o f Of St patterns er .tf ay la ter' Pens la. *p lorld
rels and closed Arm dtgakSou picl e to's .ee a chec
without additional sales. Ao tw" i n,-,,. -- -- r--- w .s to Lr*elve a ::::::::::::::::::::::: : u:::::::::::::::::::: : gep:: ::
offerings were sod generally -at n TbeMap z W Wr t for a is photo-
cents advance on F, though m1 1 ai l eis 4 W a likeness of Mr. ",o
WW. G. toKand C.- aNeuman, IcTA Nelwd W ORD
were barrels d td e Captain. Own- W
4.455. The New York an --VI P M Y _. 21eiM~r tIS Captain, own-
qu oted quie at $.06 L MAYER| lsa vs ffie wil |* "-b il
reqspeggble for debts cip- P 2
The t af Monarch wffp a ,,,*e, *L-.-. ____
lar Bandar erd*tt ..944.
m*yto.j AR|^-^"R 0? "

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T *Ns aBN SCURMo, .Is the one that can rightfully boast of pure blood. When
TION BN S D ~ the rich, red wine of life is coursing throu h the veins it ia.
in Winter nd strength to the body and healthy actionto all
T mp a-lJuly &-N ,e2 ; PM of the System. A healthy family is a wealthy fam^ ;
eth ig ch look r win be more auspicious or mem- t may be poor in worldly goods, but possessed of a priceless
bring fifty p cent dimble than Press Day, the date of jrde that all the riches of earth cannot buy. A healthy family
.. per men of the state, n whose honor .y Ut carry in their veins the blood of titled nobles or dis.
S r ,y wl be set aside and the Flr a tinguished ancestors, but vigorous health is alwa aq evidence of the
f a wll do evertg possible to make the t and. purest blood, for the.vital fluid contains all material necessary
th I soif ya day one of great success and enjoy- for the making of bone and muscle and the growth and development of
e.. c -- meat. One of the most elaborate pro-: the.body and upon its purity rests our chances for health. When the
[ ,rams of the fair per wUi C besr. j> i*'" o 11 "" ....
-ranged in honor of the occasion, a boly is fed upo .weak, sickly blood the system languishes, growth is stunted, disease
St Co., are ng r of the leadIg cjo enters without hindrieuce, and the simplest *maladie's are apt to develop into serious sick-
T sa. i of the country will be invited to
STisen uildig. .attend the fair on that day, and eteir- ness. In so many ways does the blood become contaminated that the fewest number succeed
tuinment will be given every newspa. in keeping this lifegiving, health-sustaining luid in a pure and natural state. We inherit
to a "devil" a tnthe ast theirr fa. the diaease-ttinted blood of ancestors, parents transmit to their children such impoverished
-that or .devil,"iand thY ad theirfaiobt
files will be made to have the "time and weak blood that their lives are a continuous battle against disease, and from earliest
-- o. of their lives." No agency will do a!s I t are harassed by sores and the most
much to make the fair a success as the Newark, Ohio. May 8,908.
ill newspapers, and nothing will be left dreadful skin eruptions, and.heirs to some Some ten years ago I used your S. 8. with the mot
Sundone that can requite the "knights old family disease. No one has a right to satisfactory results. From childhood up Z had been both-
of the quill" for their services. u p o th e r .. ered with bad blood, characterized by skiA eruptions and
W M OBI IL E President Brown left Wednesday thrOW upon the shoulders of posterity a dai- boils, especially bad in the summer. For five or six su-
for New York, where he will arrange ease that might have been cured, or allow mers I had boils ranging from Ave to twenty in number
rT lilllfr t the appearance at the fair of the lw .. = .. each s mason. Our local physicians presoribed for me. but
uinest amusement attractions ever seen the blood to remain impure without an effort nothing they gave me did away with the annoying skis
ni at. a southern state fair. He is accom- to restore it to health. Rheumatism, Ca- eruptions or prevented the boils from aparing. The
Ispatled by J. A. Hollomon, of Jackson- butning aompanying the eruption was terrible, and I had
vile, another offer of the T-State tarrh, ScOfula and many of the severe as high as six boils at one time. My condition was truly a
Fair Association,. including all south- forms of skin diseases are frequently inher- pitiable one when I 8 It emed to be ust
-STRUCTUREI OWBNasentt froVirginia t o the mediotne needed In my case. It drove out all fImpurt-
STRUCTURE IS NOW BEING EN- eastern statefrom Virginia to lorida, ited, and only the most thorough constitu- tiek and bad blood and restored the circnlation to its orig-
LARGED TO AFFORD ETTER newspaper man and fair promoter of tional treatment can remove them. Bad ngt purity,givi me permanent relifrom
FACILITIES FOR HAND Atlanta, will visit Chicago for the same blood is. responsible for more ill health than and I have never had a return of the disease. I would state
LI Ft of all attractions secured, and they all their causes combined it absorbs the also that my husband has taken it with good results.
LING FRUIT. will surpass any hitherto brought to a poisons that gather i the system, and the MRS. J. D. -rm.:ON,
souther n state on anyresern. Amongbe germs and microbes floating in the air find their way into the circulation, and old ore
The Mobile Register says: The Mo- nothing in the gambling device line, and ulcers, Eczema, Boils, Malaria and a long train of other diseases follow.
bile & Ohio equipment for handilln the Association having "set its foot" If you do not come of a strong and vigorous family and your blood shows evidence of im-
tropical fruit from ships Into the cars upon all things of this character.
is the best to be found at any Gulf -In order that every country and see- purity, nothing will so quickly bring it back to a healthy condition as S. S. S., the most
port, as may be understood when it Is ttoa may be on an absolutely equal widely known and popular blood remedy on the market. it purifies and builds up weak,
said that the company has a thousand basis as regards awards in the exhibit sluggih blood and stimulates the circulation, and thus
feet of wharf front, at which fruit departments, advance copies of the sluggish blood and stimulates the circulation, and thus
steamers lie broadside on the east, and premium lists have been sent to every rids the system of impurities. S. S. S. contains tonic as
the trains lie longitudinally Oa the board of county commissioners in the well as bood pufifying properties and builds up the
west. In this way all steamers are #tate In order that the boards may we as properes, an
near the cars and all care near the biticise the lists and suggest any general health, improves the appetite and digestion, and
steamersd no paingreat time fruis oa enges in the amounts paid for difer- hp . tones up the nerves while ridding the blood of all poisons
sumed in passing the fruit from the etl products that they deem advis- .
steamers into the cars. Is New Or atle. When the lists are returned and humor Notlimg reaches old chronic blood troubles
leans the trains are put endwise tolae o h suggestions, they will be printed ". like S. S. S., and being a strictly vegetable remedy can be
wharf, and the longer the train the sai distributed throughout the state,.
greater distance has to be covered by had those desiring -lists can secure by old and young without any bad after effects or injury to the system. As a blood
the fruit-bearers. em by addressing President T. J. L. p fier and toi at this season S. S. S. has no superior. It puts the blood in good order,
excellent as is the Mobile arraa brown Tampa. The county havingonou ac mutations invirate apart the system and prevents that
meant, it is lacking in one particular- the largest and best general exhibit oves all poisonous accumulations, invigorates all parts- of the system and prevents that
it is not long enough for all the pir- tding to the lists sent out, will re- debilitated, tired feeling common to this time of year. Keeping the blood healthy is the
hiposes of the company. A e ar aon e- ,s 00, while the county coirang secret of all healthy families. Write us if in need of, medical advice, which our physicians
reached that the wharf ea.wet **: downward -a- evinootyM wiM framisA free of charge. Book on the blood and its diseases mailed free.
-nlarged. Blue-prints 'wte- drawn: the sixth largest and best general ex-
but It is not until now that the com- iLt. Large county prices will also / hE SBT Sv -IC C i rAAT LANA &
pany feels justified in having the work be paid for separate county exhibits,' '
lone. well as for individuals. The prices ____.__ __________ ______
The present whirt extends from hi every Instance will be larger than COTTON STILL
Government street to Dauphin street,e oer given at a southern state fair
is 1,000 feet long and thirty feet wide, before. A
bordering the train yard as the east=. The time for holding the Fair, No- MAKESL I IN Y
The cars taking fruit are exposed to ignber 15 to 30, is not far distant, and
both sun and rain In the season. At every individual producer in Florida The Savannah News of Friday says:
is now determined to makc- the wharf i irged to begin preparation at once. Cotton prices were on the boom again m buy
eighty feet wide and load all the fruit a cultivating products for exhibi- yesterday afd advanced easily to near m y b y
cars inside, under shelter, so arranle tSL that will not only win one or thq higher records for the present
that It will be a closed wharf ti win- aire of the large prices offered, but movement, and though there was a lh h b Om I
ter and an open, well ventilated wharf will reflect upon our county and state slight decline from this level the t *
iis summer. the minds of the thousands of de- greater part of the gains were held at
The warehouse over the wharf wtil ble home-seekers who will come the close, New York showing net gains
b two stories high. The wharf hs m other states, of 25- to 26 points, and New Orleans, (;a, (i a e
'now simply a shed coverWTg. TiIe ""F. L. HUFFAKCR. 29 to 32 points. Liverpool was a <. w -" *
lower floor, the wharf proper, wm be points higher on futures, but 14 points . ..l
given over to the handling of fruit lower on spots. e a o health rst
Into ears. The present "ripe" house <;i The Savannah spot market remainedJ _
will be torn away. Large rooms for i Sunchanged both in tone and prices. OS good water. -
"ripe" will be provided in the secent d m^ u S Witl the early advance in the futures
w story of the warehouse. In that story a n markets factors began asking the quo- When you bu-y OUrs
wilo be also the owa ces of the company tatHon of the previous day and foundtu
that have to do with the fruit bu* buyers at these figures for sales of 453 a t gO
ness. When completed this will be CLEANED. BLEACHED AND bales were posted at 1 o'clock. Later y i S it oo
one of the largest warehouses In thi BLOCKD, at the in the day no trouble at all was ex- The McHugh blends
City, and will be provided With every - perienced in getting this price on aver-
Sfacility for carrying on this fit-tia. W@LD N RULE MIL- age lines, while holders were disposed o S.. r .
porting business. L" NER V A LOafA e to ask little better for lots In which o oastd oee St-
--' the higher grades predominated. ,S,
a tlftfl 0rfiiro 2 W. Government St. The f. o. b. market was quoted liesiS.
SMAVAL STORLS ... .,steady at 10. cents, basic good md- r
dliag, with sales of 1,525 bales. In the
CONTINUE fIRM 'i"l"BiiiiB:B^"^.bidi cewerlens GroceryCo
Seven. Little cotton was bought at the We a Rtl,
UPWARD MOVEMENT Is ST=LL INJ V OPa T C phone 50. JAS, McHUGH, Proprietor.
EVIDENCE AND DEMANo -- Petabhshed, 1874. .

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-Under Auspices of

SScewe, No. 2,
of Penecola.

Special train will leave union
station at 11:10 p. m.
Returning, train will leave New Or-
leam July 17, at 7:30 p. m.
Toe MNble and Return..........$1.50
To New Orleans and Return.... 4A0D
Special provisions will be made for
Iite passengers.
AJ refreshent car will be attached.
.L M. Johnson, E. H. Kelly, Simon
Aaron Prather, Manager.


will run her regular
Sunday excursions Sunday, as follows:
Leave City at 10 a. m. for Station.
Ieave Station 12 m. for Pensacola.
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Station.
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf and
return to Station.
Leave Station 6 p. m. for Pensacola.
Parties can stop at Station on first
trip and return to the City in last


Bay Excursion

The Epworth League
....of the....

will give an
The tug "Monarce
na what at 8 p. m.
Ration, where a s
mad then a run into
Cars will await





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Head of the State's Educational Sy


Colleglate, Engine


Library contains 43,000 volumes. New
water wofks, electric lights, cen-
tral heating. system. New dor-
mitories. gymnasium, Y.
M. C. A. building
The Fall term begins
Sept 11, 1904. Address
FtANCIS P. VINABWI, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.


Classical School.
Prepmatory School for

Boys and G&rls.

"One of the very best secondary
schools in the South."-Prof. Walter
Miller, Tuiane University.
The Sixth Annual Session will be-
gin September 18, 1905.
The Pensacola Classical School fur-
nishes the elements qf a sound edsi
It offers every advantage for prepa-
ration for the best colleges, universi-
ties and scientific schools in the coun-
Its instructors are thoroughly equip-
ped teachers in the departments of
work in which they instruct.
The pupils received are limited to
such a number as will insure a care.
ful supervision of the work of each.
The individual is the unit of instruc-
Student Labatories for students of
A large, well-equipped gymnasium
and a systematic course in physical
culture insures a healthy growth of
the body to accompany and strengthen
the mental development.
Why send your son or daughter
away to college before properly pre-
pared for college work, when every
advantage for learning and more per-
sonal attention are offered here at

c n For catalogue or further information
excursion address
h" will leave Pala- 909 N. Spring Street, Pensacola.
for the Life Saving ,
top will be made, ---
the Gulf.A
the return of the

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Lnd Cooking Uten-.& rung
. Utensils

Eam s Of aity
ER. A new broom sweeps dlean-
any you can't sweqf caipets sats-
actorily with a one-nor can
_. you dust ougly with a worn
out weather duaer.
,IqNow.d a', big derence m
Sqi i, brues and
st! tdh&e hat ae fe
Witte puicm. But the dealer mun
wel rack,. with know w"ue they grow.3 We
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OfEMs IM C~fgsm AWA.- M.36L ., -AM& sy
Mpicd m~m% Basdmrnmd PMuge hSpdks
$16. ~.01,rthiis yewr In bliiing sd m.t mmiI
Kiectric Ligts.Gymnsdo, Iwwlimg eoL Good ibis, nWimt
ob"te* of ILO koZ.~ %wds

Semi= a op SePt. 6265. I.For Ptie Caalmsm Address
L COCMAEI4UNT, .eel.uuin

leading educators, and was always gi-!
The gir!s they say like men of taste ri lA M, Pfnllar eu prominent portion on the pro-',
But don't let them your money waste, iUhU mUAt ropular grams, at teachers' conventions, lait
And when you treat them, as you year being given a place. .t the South.
should, ,' ern Educaticnal Convention. He was'
Try Lowney's CandIes, always Good. r tiso a member of the commission ap-
At Hooton's. poi ed two years ago .!) draft a uni-4
form .course of study for the Higa'
There are many different kinds of Schools of the state. A few month
soap 5 ..... ago he was honored by his fellow
some that sink and some that fioa'. 1 Insist upon itA Have no teachers of Hill-boroughi county b
1t takes an expert to select other. Blends admirably being elected president of their asao-,
Just what you want for the right ef- with wines a:d all liquors. action. ,
fect In his leaving St. Petersburg his
S 'They help yon ot. toWn, county and adopted state lose'
At Hootoc'a. one qf the their best educators, most !
f yosoudh a At A1 Sli Kiathful public officers, always anx-.
If you should wake up ill some night., At A U Incles t# assist the deserving students
And cannot wait till morning's light, and do Justice to all: who, in times otf
Phone Eleven hundred and rest at, prtoperity or adversity to himself ur 4
ease his s chool has always been at the post
For the druggist at once to-your trou- Try it with your next o dty, with a record that is a worthy,
bles sees, drink. e mple to any teacher with a cossci-.
At Rooton'as, ; e dtoi. regard for his sacred obllga-i
,-- tions and with Indomkitable will; and at'
If some one dances b you ;eorn man b aeles in private life, incapa-
Don't jump up and, bipw ycW horn. ie of dishonor.
If the pain is more dta yoht can en-
dure B A Card.
Send at once forAthe rand cure T Lew is Bea to crtify that al druggie
At ooton's. Lew i .. r areAhYorsed to refund your money
hea mHOayY a nd Tar falls to cure
There may be mom" to. fw. but T Y Cogh- or Cold. It tops the
for the p resent this o ea Vls the lungs and prevents
tOsutg from a ecd. C.eis
M'LO Oih ansd prevents pne-uwa is
ContainM na oplatea.
EVIRYWOrY Wi4 WAX Ae A I A Is 5a ye allow paekas. Re.
NIPE A O TO |at u .W. A. IAmUbert,
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A high-grade institution .or girls and yeaag lMie e-. branch of
BreMau College*Conservatory, Uaineaville, Ga. Fuall ses in Liters.
tare, Iguagle, Science, Music, Art, Oratory. etc. College building
bemtifully furnished, everything new; splendid new pianos. Delight.
ful location. Best accommodatons. excellent _e b ty. For cata-
logue address A. W. VAN MOOS, Or 14. J. W I ARCE,
As@e.l. PreaMit, ECufaula, Ala.


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Iste onlyrl the rs _e
oad quotation, amitat Uy uses*
Ues over the sea."
M. O'e-sa Poursee 40.M HRwo
Fla, Louise Bruno. ity, ad
Johnso, city, amso eere 5 o Wo 1
mestiona their quokttmio iae*'
written and aU corrotbut they gt|
the word "sea" te t R 1ush S
the end of the AMrt phre oa the me
Clare Killebrew aad m imett J. Kil
lebrew, city, also desemr hoorable
mention for almost correct awrM
but they use the word "bride" for
'"Bonnie" in the first phmt of tthe se-
ond quotation. DORe GDS Eal.
Several little Cuzziers use the werd
"never" instead of "mler" in the flirt
quotation, but, where they are othr- 500 Feather Sofa and Lounge lows, 3Sc each.
wise correct and neat, they go on theBalance of Silk Mulls and Ribolenes, Itc yard.
honor list. 100 bolts of French Lawns, 10 yards for 25c.
Miles Puleaton, Mary Annie Hardy, Balance of Drabettes, for Ladles' Skirts, Sc yard.
"Pet"( or "Pat") and Ida Sollie, Jewh 16 bolts Fine Dotted Swiss at Pc per yard.
see orrickson and Wadlow M. J.- are 25 bolts assorted Skirting Ducks for c peryard.
assured that The Journal is proud and Balance of Ladies' Sailors, as advertised, 23c each.
glad to have them Join the "Puzzler- 1 solid case of Ladies' Lacb Lisle 5c Hose at 19c pair.
ems" as'Jessie calls them, whether 1 case of Sweetheart Soap at 4c package.
they get the Puzzles correctly or not. 56 Ladles' Shirt Waist Suits to close at 8c suit.
Jist keep trying, as so many other Balance of Ladies' Bead Necklaces at 5c each.
Puzzlers do. The Puzzle Editor Ladies' Fine Skirts in 'his sale at startling prices.
never wearies of, but is alray inter- Balance of Cretonne Chints at 4%c yard.
* ested in every answer received, wheth- 40-inch Fine White Lawns at lOc yard.
er correct or not, and especially in bolts of New French Organdy at 1Oc yard.
r the brave little struglers who "keep 50 Ladies' Dressing Cases at $1.15, to close.
on tryin' week after week imd month 100 bolts of Medicated Nursery Dlap-r at a sacrifice. See them.
after month." They are the real he- Grandest bargains on earth in Ladies' Underwear.
roes of the Puzzle Army.
IAllie Salter's correct answers to
I the June 25 Puzzles, are postmarked
"Milton, June 29, 4 p. m." and "Re-
ceived Pensacola, June 29, 11 p. m.,"-
which made them too late.
Robert H. Andersol's (city) correct En d s o n
answers to June 25, are pstmaried'
"Pensacola. June 28, 10:30 p. m." and
bear a red pencil mark, but, for some
reason did not reach The Journal of-
fice in time for the Puzzle Editor to
get them the evening of Thursday,
June 29. I lo w M 3
Frances Hill, under date of July 2,
writes:-"Dear Editor-I thank you
very much for the Dollar." You are
most welcome, little "irlend." Your
answers are always a pleasure-so
neatly and plainly writtM. selir organied a school orchestra, ad-
Etta Messina, writing ftrn Ape, II / fI ding to his already arduous duties
lachicola, July 2. says: -)ear Ed r those of its instructor. Next he or-
Puzzles In Journal of July 2. Have posed of boys from the lower grades
been watching your paszles and decid- li up to the highest, and at the request
ed to make effort to answer same. of the boys became their captain.
Trusting that ai eiaey "4WI rt ON Though unfamiliar with military tac-
fall to me." Trast it will, Miss Etta. 1 I _ILI IU U II tics, he studied them vigorously, and
ut-"It at first you don't succeed" retained command of the company un-
. 'Keep on keeping' on."-' You are 0. K. til a regular instructor was employee
. and a welcome recruit. (Continued from Page Nine.) by the state in 1902.
Indiana Pete Is assured that itf all On Buildi
the aswers sent In were as well members and the student body of 660 nly ne Buiing. _
"wrote" as his or hers, the Puzzle at the close of his last school year. It Up to 1900 only one school house
Editor would have an easy time. "In- is characteristic of the harmony and was at command, a six room two.
diana" says:-"I wished I had that good will prevailing between the prin- story wooden building, costing $7,000.
queer dollar. I would like to capture cipal and associate teachers that all That year Mr. E. H. Tomlinson built
it." Indiana evidently does not pro- of the original four assistant teach- and equipped the brick manual train-
pose to stop trying at one capture of ers, except one gentleman whose ing school, at a cost of $5,000, and two
the prize. Good. Those who get the ill health caused his resignation, are years later the two story brick bultl-
dollar have exactly the same chance still among the faculty. The one no- Ing was erected at a cost of $12,000,
again. if their answers are correct. table exception in later years was an and the Manual Training School An-
All correct answers are treated ex- assistant whose aspiration for the nex, the property of Mr. Tomlinson
actly the same each week. whether principalship lead to friction and to was built by that gentleman at a pe.-.
the names attached have bad the prize the ultimate removal of the associate sonal expense of $10,000, being one of
once, twice, a half dozen times, or principal to another location, the largest drill halls and auditoriums
not at all. As soon as he took charge of the in IFlorida. During the 1900 vacation.
school. Mr. Guisinger pushed the work Prof. Guisinger took a course in man-
fot ward with all the power in him. ual training, in New York City, and
HUUOOTON NOW The school was raised from a corn- was the first teacher in Florida to in-
.ion graded school to a senior High troduce manual training in the public
|TIFO D aFTI School within two'years after his ap- schools, instruicting both boys and
W MILO R UL I R pointment. A musician himself, he girls the first year.
Almost numberless features distin-
gushing the school were added dur-
NO INDICATION AS TO WHAT TE i**-" Y tng his seven years administration, in.
cluding physical culture, domestic sci-
YOUNG MAN WILL BE DO euce, a complete printing outfit in
*a e connection with the manual training,
ING NEXT. U| tkaL UnifIl a course of normal study, a first class
"z |||lh* nlllE.H -scientific laboratory, a complete 11-
** U6IV ma^WJNL brary with the latest and highest grade
Jack Hootn., the good-looking pro periodicals besides standard volumes,
prietor of Hooton's Pharmacy, might tw o literary societies, and many less
Spos..ibly be charged with doing a great rh Important features for the primary and
Many things, but no one would ever D elementary pupil. Not ll of thee
I have predicted that he would go to were originatedby Mr.uisinger, but
writing poetry. But it only goes to all had their birth and growth under
prove the young man's versatility. m r his supervision.
Here is the latest, a pretty little Enjoyed Esteem.
pomee" entitled, During the entire four years the
AT HOOTON'S. Normal and Industrial School was a
(Not CopywrThted.) simply necd." a comparl- state institution, Prof. Guisinger en-
(Not.,- Coywa'hd.)- a son with other waters and Joyed the esteem and confidence of
A lady on the street one day t th Br o Euaonwh
When gosiping was ear to say, you'll readily understand the te Bo sard of Education, when atci
I tried Perfumes trom all around the wonderful strides it eney were demanded in the principal "
And the best that ever I have found has made tu being and display great ability in carry.i. "
was "anlce .o |his school through troubulous times.
At ooton. i He was recognized as one of the state 's

6 cases Ladies' Kid Oxfords and Sandals at 75e pair.
Several chases Ladlea' Wilite Canvas Oxford8 will P In VBS
sale: See tNhek
Children's a da Misses' Slppers at 21 per cet less than Ne
York cost,
Balance of Nettettopp Shoes for Men, $5 grade, at $3.50 pa:-.
Men's $2.06 and 2L0 Shoes in thir sale at $1.48 pair.
Ladles' lKd Laco Shoes, fpw and high heels, at 98c pair.
Men's Canvas Oxford Shoes in this sale, 95c pair.

Balance of Men's Unes Crash Sultr at $1.99 suit.
2 new cases of patic Seam Drawers, 36c pair, 3 for $1.00.
4 cases Men's Unalos atMe Overalls, 38c pair.
Balance of Men's Night Shirts, 35c each.
The above items ate In addition to what are already advertised



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We have si~J ig, that others have and everylhing
t don't hav, and at prics
Standard Granlsed Sugar, 16 pounds for.... .. ....... $ 10
5 gallons Pure orla Case Syrup.......... ;
10 gallon keg G=orgT Cane Syrup ............ ........ 37,
Florida Syrup, per gallon.. .... .. .. .. ...... .......
Best Patent Flo, 98 pound bags ............ ... .. ......
Pure Sugar Caud Sweet Hams, per poad .......... .. ..
12 cans U**Ma U Mil.. .. ............ .. ... .......
Tennessee :Bautr, oa s .... .. .. .. .. ..
Creamery- tbr, per pound...... ...... ......
Tomatoes, I Cats. per dozen.............

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