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:
August 19, 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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T HE JOURNAL'S Want A. page
is always read by nearly all
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Cc-: ",tes Very Hopeful.
S ::. 18.-Although
.a' to;-day from yej-
.' :n those of each of
iax\.-. the total is so
.: i;:, 1 wi'h p:rvious real
'h. situation is regard-
; niore hopoenl than a
when it became know
:ia,i taken a firm hold in
Sist lhii(k;y po)pulaied dis-

v ii now tha had the same
,4' en efirc',d then thai
,. o.'edA. th, disease would
c ,*. restricted.
r,-oenutly infected dis-
: :. which the supreme
and St. Louis Cathe-
,; Advices from the
J do not indicate at
i:!:'ion by the towns
Sqiarantine against
S nc, .lify it. The fever
'::\ is of the same
-. here.
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S.: S a'-kv lle. Miss..
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,' !-The Georgia lea-
r:: 'o,,niehi. finishing
S'' 'i.onaily lim;it-d tc,
n n. features of the
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u Hprn Missing
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which Car Was Taken
R Water.



By Associated Pres.
Norfolk, Aug. 18.-The subsequent re-
moval of the two Atlantic Coast Line
cars, which plunged Into Elizabeth,
river yesterday, revealed the fact that
but two bodies were in the cars. mak-
ing a total of bodies recovered of 13,
with five rrponred missing.
None of the injured, now in hospi-
tals, will die. Careful examination of
the river bottom has revealed no more'
bodies and the Coast Line officials are
convinced that the death list is now
complete. The small casualty list in
the first car which was completely
submerged is explained by the theory
that when the emergency brakes were
applied many passengers, believing a
collision imminent, rushed into the
second car and all had time to escape
)before the car finally sank beneath
the surface of the water. .
Earlier Report Was Bad.
Norfolk. Va, Aug. 18.-Thirteen
bodiess have been recovered and the
death list of the wreck on the Atlan-
tic Coast Line at Bruce's station is
still thought to he tar from complete. /,
It is reported that a score of bodies
f.oated down with the tide when the
first submerged car was raised and
that another passenger coach, jammed
with dead negroes, is now buried in
the mud of the western branch.
Many make estimates of the dead at CO
more than one hundred, while consr-
vative guesses range from fifty to
seventy-five. Blame has been attack.
ed to the rescuers because of the man-
ner in which the first car was taken
from the .water. This coach was
slanting in the water and almost sub-
merged and when it reached dry land
it naturally had a steep slant.
As a result many bodies were wash- U \
ed away by the tide.
There has been an evident desire to
ccnceal the real extent of the disas-
ter. Divers report that many bodies Blieved that He Has
beneath the wartr are so mutilated
that it will be impossible to identity Hands of Union
The traffic on the Atlantic Coast Enemies.
Line over this route will be necessary. En s.
ly suspended and trains are being
brought in over other routes. Two By Associated I
weeks of forced labor will be necessary Chicago, Aug. 18.-R.
to replace the broken draw. a building contractor, is
Chicago and his friends
POISOD BYV think he has met death
Pr louS NED BYof a union labor "slui
Davidson was in the em
A DISIN ECTdams, a supeint
L A DIS INFEC ANT construction of an old
Rockwell and Twenty-se
Construction of the bull
TWO SOLDIERS USD IT ON THEIR marked by continuous I
After he had discharge
BODIES AND ARE NOW of Bricklayers, Davidso
call from a man who ii
VERY ILL. have been a union bu
That was several days a
The interview between
By Asociatedl p tor and the stranger end<
Cincinnati. Aug. 18.-As a result of quarrel, in which David
spraying their bodies with a disinfec- his caller down on the fil
tent to destroy fleas Ernest A. Graham building. Two days la
and Al Vacairn are in a serious condi- left his work as usual a
tion and may die. the afternoon, but he did
-Since the First regiment returned residence. The next day
from Vicksburg. Miss.. the army has person called Frank W.
been infested with ftas brought from telephone and said:
there by the soldiers. Graham & Co. "You will find your I
t,-,k a contract to disinfect the ar- in the river."
ory nce that telephonic
mory. ton no word has beer
Davidson or about him.
Free Seed
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It Is Believed That the Envoys
Can Settle All Other Peace


By Associated Press.
Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 18.-The
peace conference held two sessions to-
day and adjourned till Tuesday. The
morning session ended at 12:30
o'clock and the envoys went imme-






Special to The Journal.
Holts, Aug. 18.-Early this morning
this community was shocked by the
report that Mr. J. C. Jordan had
drowned himself in Blackwater river
A coroner's jury was hastily summon-
ed and soon reported his death by
"accidental drowning, his mind being
deranged at the time.'
Mr. Jordan had been, it is alleged,
under the influence of liquor for sev-
eral days prior to Sund'ay. in so much
that he could not attend to his busi-
ness, but it is said he had not taken
any since Sunday. Dr. Eldridge, of
Milton, gave him medicine Wednes-
day night but it did not seem to re-
lieve his physical or mental condition,
and last nigh; he left his home wan-
dering about in the woods. His broth-

er-in-law, Mr. Herrington, and Mr
Wiseman followed him and' tried to
persuade him back and to force back
but in vain. The former then went
for help and while away he escaped
from Mr. Wiseman and making for
the river near by he threw himself in
and drowned at 4 a. m., ere help could
reach him.
Mr. Jordan was senior member of
the firm of Jordan & Co., who operate
a turpentine still some four miles from
Holts, west of the Blackwater river.
The company succeeded Bryant Bros.
in December, 1904. He was a splendid
business man and was doing a suc-
cessful business. He leaves a wife
and four children and a sister here,
besides many friends to mourn his sad

Czar Creates Representation

Assembly for Russia

By Associated Press, be read at the churches and at all
St. Petersburg. Aug. 18.-It is an-! meetings of Zemstvoists and munici
ouced today that an imperial man palities tomorrow Saturday. The day
will be observed as a national fete
festo, proclaiming the creation of a, ,;av and the government offices will be.
national representative assembly, will closed.

Automobile Plunges Down

Embankment Into Pond


Jury Was Out Only an Hour When
Verdict Was Reached
and Returned.


May Now Decide to Try Him for
Murder of Dansby.



S We, the jury. find the defend-
Sant, William F. Williams, guilty
u of murder in the irs degree
:,' and record endb him to the
: mercy of th'o- court.
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diately to lucheon. resuming their
work at three o'clocK. After listening, for five days to ehe
evidence and arguments in the case
The official statement of the morn- of the State of Florida vs. William
ing session was to the effect that thei Fletcher Williams, charged with the
envoys continued the discussion of murder of John White, on July 18 last,
article eleven and no decision was! the jury hroughlt in a verdict of guilty
rched, This article relates to theefu1iaurder In the first degree, with a
Ihnmaton of Russia's naval power in recommendation to the mercy of the
the far east. It is believed that court. But slightly over or hour was
neither that nor any other article, with consumed in arriving at the concln-
the exception of those relating to the( sion that the crime committed by Wil-
indemnity and the surrender by Russial I ams, while one of the most diaboil-
of Sakahiln, presents inseparable dif-l!- l in the annals of Florida, was not
ficultlea j deserving of the extreme penalty of
The afternoon session was unable the law. the recommendation carry-
co agr(t upon article eleven and iti ing with it a penalty of life imprison-
was deferred. Article twelve, provid- ment according to the laws of the
ing for the granting of fishing rights state.
on Russian litoral was unanimously The jurors who tried the case are
agreed to. The articles passed over as follows:
did not come up today. The Jury.
The protocols will be drawn up D. 31. Carter, of McDavid.
*during the three days interim and the H. C. Miller, of Myrtle Grove.
final struggle will come Tuesday at L. E. Boggan, of Pensacola.
three in the afternoon. Joe, G. Sugg., of Gonzalez.




By Associated Press.
New York, Aug. IS.-Jos. Unalt, for-
merly a New Orleans druggist, is dy-
ing in a hospital here from self-Inlfict-
ed stab wounds. He was found yes-
terday in a Central park drive. Be-
side him lay a new hunting knife.
Unalt, who was 30 years old, is said
to have come to New York in the hope
of securing a publisher for a I:ouk he
had written on socialism. Failing of
his purpose -.e sought a position a.i a
magazine edi:ir, but without success.
lie has a wift and two small children
in New Orleans.

August 18
By Associated Press.
Southern League.
Atlanta 3, Nashville 0.
Montgomery 4, Birmingham 0.
Little Rock 3, Shreveport 0.
M',emphis 2. New Orleans 3.

Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 18.-Webb Jay blindd' by dust and steered into the
of Cleveland, was probably fatally in-i fence. He was driving a mile a min-- American League.
jured at Kennelworth park to-day in al ute when the accident happened Clevoland 0. Washington 5.
W we t aciendapee

MinimeMr n as i Notu r. e. ten mile automoblle race. In n' e Nine ribs were broken, one leg was L aCica-o New ourk u.
D s r bt* ion y* -- ovm n 9t. Petersburg. Aug. 18.-The for- fourth mile Jay's machine crashed fractured, and his right thigh was L'etro;t 2, Boston 1.
D istrbution by Governm ent eign office categorically denies the re- through a fence, down an embankment fractured. Pneumonia and pleurisy St. Iouis 3, Philadelphia 3, (sixteen
port that Count Lamsdorff, foreign fifteen feet deep and Into a pond of will probably set in within twenty-i irnings, game called on account jf
minister, has resigned or has attempt- water. What caused the accident is four hours and if he survives this thc darkness.)
? Asociated Pree. I agreed upon for o-opetMon were leg- ed to resign. not known, but probably Jay was physicians say he may recover.
A :.: -At a meeting isolation favorable to one or more National' League.
t-- members of the allied association, the New York 5, Boston 4.
c' ':\* of the Ameri- defeat of legislation unfavorable to Brooklyr 1, Pittsburg 2.
S"n N:-;re-rymen, the either association, the' searing of fa- Bostpn 12. Cincinnati 0, (first game.)
a: Trai associatlos and vorable rulings by collectors of cus- TH V AH 33SfTL R EBoston 7, Cincinnati 8, (second
n o. Ani. rican Florists t.oms regarding imports of seeds. IiH Y A K U IL IR S* game.)
a H.r :;i:-rists, an plants, trees anra horticultural mer- Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 11.
U* f ,"':..d ulth F. P candise and supplies; a diaootin- A Want Ad. "searches the city" for the person you want
:- N Y.. chair- ance of goveranental tree seed distri- South Atlantic League.
'hr,- N Pa ,e. of Des bution. The allied association also or the thing you need. They are cheaper than ca fare. Charleston 4, Jacksonville 3, (first
ma *ar. f,,r the pur- proposes to deal with the question of game.)
S -o~oMra:, ir al: matters of, grafter comtomlams a t, tho e asBets Charleston 6, Jacksonle 0, (second
*.- ret Among the MdEttSiQ bWr.r" g a m ..- mIe.)

Phil Jones, of Goulding.
M. D. MoArthur, of 12 Miles West
of McDavid.
D. B. Steel, of 6 Miles Weit of Pen-
J. Caro, of 12 Miles West of Pen-
.las. T. Godwin, of 12 Miles West
of McDavid.
E. B:il-y. of Myrtle Grove.
W. C. Kelly, ot 4 Miles West of Cen-
Exactly One Month After Crime.
The jury was given the case exact-
ly one month frcm the (lay John White
%%as killed and by an odd coincidence
bt almost the exact hour that the
tragedy occurred.
Verdict Disapproved.
An immense crowd was Jammed Into
tl;e court room during the afternoon
and remained until tihe verdict had
been r-ached. While there were no
expressions of disapproval in the court
room, many were heard after adjourn-
n-nrt. and little groups of men gath-
cred along Palafox street and discus-
(.u it as soon as its purport became
known. The concensus of opinion
seemed to be that it was a travesty
on justice and the jury was denounc-
ed by many for recommending meray
in a case whe-.', the %evidence had
shown no nilcry hiid been given and
which all who expressed themselves
chararlerized as a wilful, premedit-
ed ;inI cold-hbloodel murder.
That ;th, evidence warranted a v5,
diet of ml:rin"- in the first degree s
onc a'tcn!l:PiW( to gainsay, but all ex-
pr sse.l sIret:'i., that the death penal
ty had not hbeoi inflicteil and denouai
e,i the verdict in no uncertain terms,
May Be Tried for Dansby's Murder,
It is possille that defense mar.Y
make a motion for a new trial thb
:norniag or that attorneys for the pro&.
ccution may elect to try WI
1 ams for the murder of Irwia
Dainsby, who was slaughtered at the
same time that Jdhn White was kI -
en. The latter proposition has t ,'
been fully decided npon, but the *
torneys for the prosecution will egq
ter with reference to it this mowragn
In case a new trial is denied and ft Is- l
decided not to take up the DansW -
case Williams will be sentenced tb+. ,
morning to spend the remainder 1 .
his life behind prison bara.

Means Ufe Imprsonment.
A number expressed the oPikli.
last night that WJlliams, If matm- -pt-
to the penltentary for iife wod &
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Williams's Neck Has Been Saved

and He Will Probably Get

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LetY u YouL UstlessWitulme Appetite, no Am-
S"MURE I l AbitionDoo? Do You F LeelA OPEN ALLNIGHT
Hardly DrW YeIf Around.? Is
i Iday Your Complexion- Sallow? Are You I *I wS CANDIES.
Sunda5 Fag Out W You Wake Up Inu LOWN A
1S l l IL LT y l l the Morning? Another siH:nt cf Fresh Candies has just bee
SSummer daysare filled w"diseaseformstpeople.
i At.l U L L 1Germs of varions disorders are in the air you breathe. BE AN CB
D sS E R EE .. ,e ,' -- We have lo prtt.-: li;n of Hair Brushes in 'he
(Continued From First Page.) S l ftg Alleged that .RiLChbourg Beceived rrom 2; cnio 4. o. ^,, answes rrom 2> ese
be a Neapolitan brick cr Page) *. D' *o We sell the Unbreakable Comb. We mean
fancy moulds Ice Cream tlmate!r be pardoned. This, however, that f the comb break or is unsa ifactorb.y, yWe
fr1m the Kndly Kitchen. ia a wrong impression as it would be Inspe rs, and Wther one free.
It will be jn keeping with possible for him to secure a pardo i lJin.-l -. lcerla4.
your elegant menu. Our with the charge of murdering Mr. O R l SI ArrsO
Ice Cream ih simply de- Dansby still hanging over him. If he M alt- rresetdOR ANGE S T IC
licious. is sent 3nced t) life imprisonment this: bthegr. ysumm eof(For Maicuring.) They are hoof-shaped and .w:1
S h i dme to incarcera" ad run-down in mdicinefortheweak,wasted On the charge of having violated hentv cood, 10 cents; Ebonie, 10 ce
morning he is doomed toncarera- andrunowninbod fre yerve and muscle, the quarantine laws of the state, R. 5 ce0ts
"" hion until call-I to face his Maker at e A lten free from fusel oil, it strnthenas the t tn la I, 23 cents.
t4h pGreat Ba did ustapear. torich esd .daes upandtnovogo Ileta a tf)t
The prisoner did not appear to be, muscular and nervous system.If youold battleship Alabama, was ken int HAT BRUSHES.
,eP. t te. ri healthy, strong and active, take a little custody y yesterday afternoon at the
andche surprised ateb the verdict and evince Pare MaltWhiskeybefore your meals, and corner of Palafox and Zarragossa Just the thng for Slk Hats. They are no .-
andy, .a no feeling when it was read by Circut u in every gbletof water you drink. streets It alleged that Richbourg cheap.
Clerk McMillan. On the contrary, te e by morethan 10,000 physicians, and used le nsandinod
1 S. Palafox.Phone 999 I as unmoved and smiled as he he n tvely oer 2,000 hospitals Reco zed camebyromNew OleaORDERS A SPECIALTY
outhi ansor the bracelets oI)the Government as a medicne.oldbaL Pensacola deceived the inOEP
t"his hands for theU bracelets to Ip) dealers at$i.00pberbdl. Look for the 'OldChemist" tade-mark. sectors at Flomaton. through which PHONE 1100
_____________ placed upon them. At free upon request. DuftyMaltWhiskeyOompany, Rochester, N.Y. r/ ace he was compelled to pass, and;: RTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY
Building Crowded. came on to Pensacola. THE I A, r r ,mr UVr.
The entire day, up to nearly five EUGENE ARBONA, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA. FLA. Dr. Byrd, in charge of the quaran-
G reat c clock yesterday was consumed in tine and Inspector Cusachs came to -
arguments by the prosecution and de- the city on the same train, which
i ense, addresses being made by Hon reached here shortly before 5 o'clock.
P'ey They pointed out the man toePolice
W. L. Zachery and States Attorney Offier Abbott, and the latter placed
i, ehoe. Argument concluded at five him under arrest e l
o'clock and Judge Frances B. Carter
then read his charge. The verdict TA T B P1A Warning to Mother.
The largest assortment of was returned by the jury after delib- Too much care cannot be used with
Pipes in the city. Big crating but a few minutes over an 4 small children during tae hot weather Of Values 4St to remind you that cur great big
con.sginm"nt just received hour. .of the summer months to guard
and must be sold at once The greatest rush of the trial ,c C iss s Oen t D rs d Unressthe attack wat severe, sel- against bowel troubles. As a rule it
S".curr"d whnt.eoorsw er | arHe Issues OpenLm torr uO DActors ab E S A a
to get them on* of the curried when the doors were unlocked om was a psans services want- ly necessary to give the chlda
way. y the bailiff shortly before the con- O h oSt a ed or requested, and that he estimated idose of casor oil to correct any dis-l
rening of the morning session. Fori te Stt and Givl s Some up to the present date that there had order of athebowerl. Do not use any d
I wa ove an hour previous to that time theo tMi Ai not been less ",,an five hundred cases' substitute, but give the old-fashioned
CHICKEN GUMBO AND EHET crowd had been gathering and a large Valuable Advice. of dengue In Tampa this seasna ston. tubu gi teeth it Is freshion
number of interested people were There have been no mortalities from as an has e a g Saving opportunities
SATURDAY NIGHT AT 6M~3 'CLOCK Jammed into the small hallway ou- Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State Heath dengue. and, i fact, an examination rancidtoil nauseatis hoes ten in needful footwear
side the doors of the court room much Officer, has sent out the following of the death certificates as given to dency to gripe. f this does not che
Fr sh Bread daily and hke sardines packed in a box Even t the undertakers of Tampa shows the bowels give Chamb.rlln's Colic,
Slike j sardinespa din.ab EvenpCholera and ierrhoea Remedy and $3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now .................$
fresh Roastrd Coffee. Ice the o was not missingas it oozed in; thimsticate of lor t da, anl has fuish- eaths from no sickness which mighthen a dose of t oil, and the dis- $2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now................$
Cream and Cake orders continued stream down the faces d s wh aco for be construed as hidden or attempted ese will be checked in its incipiency $250 Ladies all styles, now...................
for parties and weddings of the swelterin multitude. tion, in conornity with the policy of of a suspicious feverand all danger avoided. he store $3.50 Lades Tan Oxfords, all styes, now. .................
a .ecia'. tWhe(n the doors were unlocked, the State Board of Health of Florida No Ground for Alarm. oil and this remedy should be procured 2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxford, all styles, now........... $
Sr a ~ there asa crah and th crowd urs to give the public the facts concern- Probably the reoccurrence of de- at once and kept ready for instant use $6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords Tan cr Black now............
S I to the rom. It resembled the burst- ing all matters relating to the health gue at Tampa this season would not as oon as the first indication of any; ...............
I Il/ ing of a dam about as m as as any- conditions of the state: have caused more than passing com- bowel trouble appears. This is theo $5.00 Men's Oxfords? all styles. ...............................
th1g else, and as soon as the advance Dengue Fever. ment, principally as medically inter- most successful treatment known a4 i 4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now .......................... $
guard gained access to the room, at- Executive Office. State Board of' testing, had not the yellow fever case may be relied upon witn implicit con-. $3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ... ........ ........ ..
OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE ra scramble In which clothing was Health of Florida, Jacksonville. F'la., in the Italian happened through the fidence even in cases of cholera Infan.M
OPPOITE CUTOM HOUE. torn and hands and bodies bruised, a ugust16. 1905.-To the Physicians of introduction from New Orleans, about turn. For sale by all dggists. Misses', Children's and Boys' Fotwea in same proporto as
S__-~- grand scramble for seats began. Florida: Following the policy of the' the same time that the dengue trouble entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hk
Chairs were overturned and thrown, State Board of Health ;n acquainting was causing so many "knock downs" Bummer Food. along and get your share of the plums.
a bot inhe wild stampede an t was the physicians of the state of any an- In the city. Mackerel, cod fish, herring and Diil
s several minutes before quiet could usual deviation from normal health As dengue ha. frequently been con- pickles. This year's crop; all fresh a
again be restored. It goes without conditions, the State Health Officer in- founde.1 with yellow fever in the past, ROSENAU & GERELDS.
saying that standing room was at a forms Florida pracTitiouers of niedi- by those not thoroughly acquainted U & GERELDE.
premium several minutes before court cine that dengue which prevailed last with the different diagnostic symptoms
|| was opened. year in epidemic form in Key West, of bothdisease. it wasnotsurprising IL SHE HA *
1 0Piano H ouse! yIoe The Crush Was Great. Tampa and Miami, has reappeared to the State Health Officer to meet ML SAi i
At the afternoon session the crush this year. with knowing 'nods" and "querying A
in the court room was greater than Just what particular conditions are countenances." HAS PASSED AW AY 102 U a Stree Feet Flra ers Gor Folks.
at the morning session, but the satn- necessary for the development of den- The State Htalth Officer Immediate-
pede for seats was not as great owing gue is not known, although Graham iy saw a. number of cases through the
to the fact that Depity Sheriff Sa- of Beyrout, Syria, claims that It is a courteous attention of the local phy- HAD BEEN ILL A SHORT TIME,
ders stood In the doorway and fought mosquito borne disease, and that the sicians of Tampa, and readily recog-
We can save you money and satisfy the crowd back until the first excite- Culex fatigues is the conveying host, nized the true character of the ill- BEING STRICKEN THE DAY
.ou if you desire a first-class Pian., nient had subsided to some extent. In the same manner that the Steg- ness in eVeFy' case. In some the sym- bn D r n a
New Pianos from $100 to $600. The rush was great, nevertheless, omyla fasciata convey yellow fever to ptoms were severe; in others they OF FATHER'S DEATH.I U l UU
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-' and the crowd Jammed itself Into the, the human, were mild. Some had traces of albu-
smallest regular Piano made for young, rear half of the court room almost First Appeared In Key West. men (about 4 per cent usually n Pensacola, Florida.
and old alike. $100 to 5175. to suffocation. The great crowd at In Key West. Dr. J. N. Fogarty, the every epidemi- of dengue). Some ha-1 Willie F. Sheehan, son of David
It 'will pay you to call or write us. theafternoon session was due, in a sanitary agent o the S e oard o a sl pus, t not a slow pulse wit Sheehan, deceased, who was well We hae ome Pianos on hand which have been ou
great measure, to the fact that most Health of Monroe County, estimates' ri ing temperature, and It may hereI known in the city, died yesterday at-e1
of the stores in the city had closed that there have been twelve hundreds oe remarked that the slowness of th'i ternoon, after a short illness. Ills for concerts, commencement exercises, etc. Th8se Pian
TUNING A 'SPECIALTY. for the regular Friday afternoon holl- cases of dengue since the last of May, pulse rate may possibly have been due death was due to a complication of
PHONE 4 .day, thus allowing large numbers of the date when first noticed this year. to antipyreties, which seem to have diseases from which he had been suf- Of t vh C ry best make and have always sold a; from $
PHONE 476. merchants and their employees to at- No mortality has occurred; the char- been usedain large quantities to con- fearing for a number of weeks. Cof During the month of August we will sell tf
tend. acteristic rash has been seen In about trol pain and discomfort. Mr. ;heehan had reached the age of
J Judge Carter took his place upon 90 per cent of the cases, and the ma- Symptoms of the Disease. 24 years. He was born and reared irn $275 to $350, Every Piano fully guaranteed.
CLUITTER & RUSHING the bench promptly at 3 o'clock and, ority of the patients have been per- The initIal as well as the secondary Pensacola and was well liked by all Will 1 til
Sl l N the jury entered and was polled immo- ons who are immune to yellow fever. ,ash peculiar to dengue has been seen wih whom he was acquainted. Dur- s on easy payments or a ig cut ill be
1? F. e nt Stre diately thereafter. The final argu- In Port Tampa City, a suburban at Tampa in a goodly number of cases ing the past few years he had been in cash.
12E.evenimtl Stre. ment in the case was then begun. 'town of Tampa, there is indisputable and the medical practitioners at PoT Pensacola only at short intervals.p
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Judge Reeves's Magnificent Effort evidence of direct introduction of the' 'ampa say the same thing. This' having adopted a seafaring life, and:
During the adjournment in the mid- disease from Key West, and where symptom, peculiar to dengue especial-' he had made a number of trips to, F e h i a n Ora
dle of the day many expressions were there have been about one hundred' ly In the decline of the fever, wiI- Cuba and other points. JcSSC rreB ln l 0 rDn
YEy OWFLR L card relative to the possible out- and twenty-flv cases, with no mortal- joint p'ins, suddenness of attack, rap- He was taken ill the day of his fa-
II IAI come of the trial and it was the gen- ity, but distinguishing rash. i, spread through a family, one fol- other's death, and although very sick W. W. WALL, Manager.
'cral opinion then that the evidence Prevalent in Tampa. lowing the other in quick succession, attended the funeral. When he re.
Sin the case warranted a verdict of n Tama thrwr complete anorexia for days after get- turned hqme he went to his bed, an.,t. t h .
mundereIncthe warranted er dit o o m a. nTamp therewere ting u" from bed, and a sickness of: never left it. He leaves one brother, _____W__HAVE________i__TH____-$1"__.......__

O YP Iority beiededt that sucq a verdict ,orted, from the 29th of July (the date shot a le Rowaeyl S m Bo ad On rt Tin, .
PREVNTE N would be returned. Many, however dteass, flw b n n-bedes a large number of friendMT.IN !MD BY
at1eovleeN oaT the eaorool t eYoort a make report of the cases to the Cityt las fe d u b nod th alithe HM-
Be'ievedhe tuhatu t o tReeves ; effect oft h health Officer) to the present time cated without doubt the true charn The funeral will occur SundayiH

e Li s o e il r one hundred ad 0wenty-fve acter of the disease which was and is morning at 9:30 o'clock at t Di-AAC NO
0h mams's neck from the gai onws o, DcY rPld tEETT prsang Tampaaes h uh th in trOb
NY C TdBbE a success and that the j orp, while eases, but, as a prominent eh ysician? sn v fo abn g in "a d .ii hael's cehetery e fling iN+*

court, t vad alargenumberofth e pycases in The- C HcCKENNGOMPANO a

TAURANT. The prisoner at behi and pithicunselr nr *,and erycspoktserl mleas pe nore Phones 178 and 480 the Peopim.
t oTAURANTu. e p n tehe day and paidthe clo ng, and every spot where disease alarm and uneasiness to one nor a- Should a stra-y per-son from New Or-
est possible] attention to the argu- germs may develop, with Platt's Chlo-1 quainted with the differential points leans or from any point where yellow
Manacturedby mens of th opong attorneys Hisrides.Its an odorless, olorlessof diagnosis between it and yellow' fever may prevail, drop into your prac-
800 MEDICNE MANUFACTUR.wife sat by hi sde and his mother liquid disinfectant, which destroys fever, twice an levciop yellow fever, yu .
ING COMPANY, r pfoul odors and disease-breeding mat- will strangle the infecd. ion in it.s ir.
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. hind him. Mrs. Woc illsms, wife bthe ter. When diluted with ten parts of May Occur Elsewhere. ;pienc by following at once the
hnie.cs, by followingeat oncemthelUht1 I111lt iltllillllhiH IIl$ Ii l
WE____ FR P RE T defendant, held a handkerchief to her water for household use, It cts les It is not Im probable that cases of Icoue tl lloutlined. save Yourt" 1 -
efs the greater part of the day and, than 5 cents a quart. Sold every. dengue may occur elsewhere in the from an epi, lsmic, much financial loss
at times he r slight frame as shaken where In quart bottles. Prepared only tae. It s learned thatwithin a few an I ltst of sharee. rice
Wwith suppressed sobs. .She was theiby He Gn.Pslsnry B. Platt, N.Y. 2aulw weeks ea ed at Miami, iIv yoi prIich thrs treatment of a e o O l- !
with suppressed sobs. She was the and as land quarantine, when at be.t fever,; at times when the people are
most affected of any of the relatives administered d, I faulty and d effective not ne rv and esp ciail n eet Si a E a
ft hi gar Bthveryed aadresoatd the pris oe S s e Insuring absolute protective aclmr' Ior! oft the were ahe Anapheles'
:endant's mother and sister appeared' c e0 0 as ration against the en rane of n- and are nu i.s. you will,
Th ome opposed during the arly morning i ers ns from yellow fever h: t pu blic aera stormed to You can get it now and pay later. I joy it whie
ThelHome hours but as the day wore on the: tfentel dist ret-(when -hera; i fie- !ii(: pir.'e;urc. and it willceasetoy
strain proved too great and thenlatteri, GeneraleDealer if Inistri (when 'her idI'rdienalC e r.,inucrz toraru sicion=ro g dr ltm ae bea
at times gave way to her emotions. mne w' i or arouse suspicion tho 1 d lu an fetime '
T i time gave w t e e to enter tcr state), the occurrence ,f ,.: fright. a gtaeiruo a lt as as
TaThe prisoner himself was affected. tdeng s e micnd tht g ve rise to worry and Fot-ear d ned Is forearmed. Look outa qu i brs. hn e :l y. 20 ao
apparently, the least of any in the lit- .dengue mih t ve rse true nature of the rned foreare. o out a a s of prices in lt:ween. Rememoer,
This may ,e done tie party sitting directly behind the' disease is discovered. JOSEPH Y. POTER. M.D. order
attlittle expense, attorneys for defense. In the morn- I A*Keep Out the Mosquito. State Health Offcer.
with a few well- ing be appeared slightly nervous, hut IMKTelep Outt heMosquito. tae 'Ith ffce.
framed pictures on soon had himself under control. He! The Health Offecr wshes to say
the bare walls. appeared to be worried and, although CYCLES REPAIRED. this to his fello.-ws of the profession.i OF THE s= M A R B TONW. U IN A
he smiled when friends first greeted with all :he earnestne-' an4 emphias,'UNIVERSIT O
WE FRAME PICTURES JUST him, soon became serlos andi CYCLES FOR RENT. that lanri'age cart c eo'mand: When STATE OF FLORIDA. I=081 S. Palaox St Phone
throughout the rest of the day the, any of ye, are suspih foas of a fever Embr.'+t.g t,.c following subjects: PI Fh
A S Y O U D E S I R E. s m t e 1 2e kAS T t r a yo u r el y s ou tia t w h e n o o a r'ee VI
YOU DESIRE smile, which was so noticeable wheisn Iron Wafes, Cash Registers, Type of k tret yor paentun: a I. an d Li e rauroe- 'fo I i
athe trial began was entirely missingiwsrn- oy quitn net, with net well tucke! !u .year course lhaitng to the degree of;
We carry a large writers, Guns, Pltls. Locks and Um- under th; Inatttcqs. and see that the Bachelor of Arts, Greek Is not re- -..' .
line of moulding for Few Ladies Present. rellas repaired. net is free fr:mn holes and that there qui-ed, but is offered as an elective in Mecblaalcal. Olvl anl Electrical a etfate. A thryear course
the purpose. But very few ladies attended thei Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives, are no mosqu.toe. inside. tzho'agbout the course., a lso wo-year cours a'ng to an L I Diplomar A fours
trial, and at no time was there more rm,., sharpened. Until you are q'?!f:e sure with what' IT. General Science-Divided inta : Meohaics. No Latin or Greek carse leading to the degree of B
Fourthan se o r eight in the female court room.f Most complete line t keys In the you ar2 dealir., Immed!ately paste three courses; 1. Chemical course: requiredd Ias Il or IV. The fall course''or o Paagoegy.
fBSanths familywe m embers de-cty. *ith strips of paper, put on with flour Mathematical course: Natural History under IL, it. aid IV. ed to th d- A ampl rp of competent
eywere in the roam Try Ilooton's Messenger Service paste, all cracks, crevices and small course. No Greek and only entrance gree ot _Po it Slh _;e the shot er A himh p r-cnum---oxpetns
About all the time excepting ,when the when in a hurry to senu mosages, openings over and under doors, win- Latin is requir-d in these courses. All coure ton o Pro 1.y. i ldnl boar 10 to $150 per
-excluded-by order-of thecount. dows and weather boarding, If the ur-yearcourse.V.P t-t o e tembe
room has not plastered walls, and then HL Agrleult. c--Foir-yea-r and two ~ to4 be o l p e m
L2L MOWNMLPup.[AST INTIENDlENCoA6oT. mm pyrethrum powder freely so thatye. rar1 a-oueV1. ol D
C. L asmpontp. (Fourthsed es iaPage.) PlfbNE",all moenultoew In the room mny 4W VA9W*n =8-7%ir-Y0&sar w* e A e00ay

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ThitrSbrth A iversm of S. years, was next called upon by Chair- ntI LRt
man O'Brien, and in doing so the M ,
A .I N I. i d ead L Ni h chairman paid him a high compliment. 'llTu l i ,
Mr. Bell stated that he was not a
S WS I-N-l Attlad.J speaker, but that he felt honored by
SWas L ly IWllU d. having received an invitation. He O R ,r
had always worked No. 1 men, and
had never hal the least trouble or
LARGE NUMBER OF PEtsONtI complaint to make with the .ervicA Cim-j 1mou l In nim~ll.dl a6 ntll

' Mr.r F -. Jones. who
*" : .,r ... pas: sx weeks
ar." S .:h ('Xrolina. have
i'. and Rev. Mr.
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related how eighteen men had met in
186S and ;ormed the association, and
he was proud that he was one o the
organizers. He viewed with pride the
advancement ot the organization dur-

I.; :.,t ; ,ld"a of thrn ing the past years, and hoped that it
.', ninay morning would continue to grow in strength
and prosperity.
S"' wre before When he finished his talk Mr.
S; :" ciI'; L'Leary was given three cheers.
S "n- nitniter four W. L Bell,
: ;:... l' ond order- who has been a stevedore for many
: d".-ant discharg-
v '" ;.'. eiven thirty -
F ,'- ::t, amounted HEART RIGHT
When He Quit Coffee.

*- .rands but it Life Insurance Companies will not
-h s.": for our insure a man suffering from heart
J7 nr-r for Blu, Rib- trouble. The reason is obvious.
,-' \' nlia 'Extracts This is a serious matter to the hus-
S '- P,. :'fec:tlv. band or father who I solicitous for
the future of nis dear ones. Often the
THE DREAMERS. heart trouble is caused by an unex-
Ipected thing ain can be corrected it
SNia bet Ircr v s! Laken in time ad properly treated. A
Tb. hc I ^man in Colorado writes:
o- rned "'I cwas a great coffee drinker for
I Ld oti dreamed of on-many years. and rwas not aware of the
.other side of the oman injurious effects Of the habit till I be-
S' trh linds that were known; came a pracical invalid, suffering
-. '-l bad not dreamed of from heart trouble, indigestion and
'r 'iniruulncating across the nervousness s to an extent that made
-' I o. eor Alexander G. Bell me wretchedly miserablemysel and a
::;id if the ossibUitie of nuisance to those who witnessed my
S co' tiueuts by the tee- sufferangs.
lHowe h.11a not dreamed "I continued to drink coffee, how-
:. eeae tler wy for wom- evT, not suspecting that it was the
Sa er wy r t f tor ause of my ill-heakh. till, on applying
*,c if heob Futont for life insurance I was rejected on
S- '*i That the lermont account of the trouble with my heart.
S"-.. l!uionl>. although tih Then I became alarm. I found that
-d rdieuld him; If all leaving off cofee helped me quickly,
::av given the world a no 1 quit it altogether and having been
-,.. i.. it frua drudgery attracted by the advertisements of
r **atnc and dlscovrry Postum Food Coffee I began its use.
S an,.lihrating appUlance "The change in my condition was re-
S :i- tiltizATj would be in mnrkable, and It was not long till I
was completely cared. All my all-
S,. t we .we to the dra- n ents vanished. My digestion was
Stli- e ,le t ude their completelY restore, my nervousness
S h le made theri disappeared. ana, most important of
SThy reduced them sll. my heart steadied down and be-
.efr-. tlhey were of any came normal, and on a second exami-
d :. riamiiU go on building action I was accepted by the life in-
S i-a i. let the imaginatio surance company. QutttIa Coffee and
"' wi.t' to soar into the m- using Postum worked the cure. Name
.u*: .otii beck with samethig given by Postum o., Battle Creek,
S Makt y.,r dreams prgctitl Mich.
t. t.y will be worthlse.- There's a reas, and t is explain-
Ma e Mm Ien c Suom M g- ed In the lkte oo
T Welville" le ain hd to

Navy and the Barbary Corsars," re-
tells the old story of how Commodore
Stepben Decatnr, then a lieutenant In
the United States navy, attacked a
rtpolitan vessel. The Incident occur-
red in 1904. when Preble yas lying off
Tripoli. Young Decatur had been told
that the captain of this vessel had
treacherously murdered Ma brother,
John Decatur, after he had surrendered
to him. Mr. Allen writes: "He ran
alongside and at once boarded with
Macdonough and the remnant of his
crew. Decatur singled out the captain.
a man of great size and strength, and
attacked him furiously. The Tripoli
tan made a thrust with his boarding
pike, and in attempting to parry the
blow Decatur's cutlass was broken off
at the hilt, leaving him for the mo-
ment unarmed. Another thrust of the
pike wounded him In the arm. Decatur
seeied the weapon, wrenched it away
and grappled with his antagonist. Aft-
er a short struggle they fell to the deck,
with Decatur on top.
"Meanwhile the two crews we fight-
ing furiously about their eads, and
a Tripolitan aimed a blow at Decatur's
head with his scimiter, when a seaman
named Daniel Frazier, having both
arms disabled by wounds. interposed
his bead and received the blow, whihe
laid open the scalp. The Tripolltan
captain, being more powerful than De-
catur. soon turned him underneath and,
holding him down with his left hand,
drew a knife and was about to plunge
It tnto his breast
"Decatur seized the uplifted arm
with his left hand, while be managed
to get him right into his pocket, where
he had a pistol Giving it the proper
direction, he fired through the pocket.
The giant relaxed his hold and fel
dead. Having lost seventeen killed, In-
ludag their leader, the seven urviv-
tag Trpowitans, four of whom wme
woded, soon gave up the fghLt.
Ave*M Werry.
No lare, generoym oul wa evr k
worker. CamneW, seeni"ty, poe and
power to moe through life rhythmleal
y. without jar or fret, are c tesdm
tic of greatne and trs MbifU -
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Manufacturers, St. Augustine, Florida.



We are overstocked. A very large line of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL

Pianos on ,ich we will make a reduction of $25 to $75 for August sales. *

Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, $275. Regular price,
S325. Terms, $10 Cash, $6 per month. Bring the
S 0 with you. Stool, Scarf, Music and two years' free
tuning. The Best Piano ever offered for the money.


Slnitter 114ci oEtCso se,
^ 112 and 114 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.

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J. G. Pace, Pensacola, Fla.,
60 Shares .............. 5,000.00
C. M. Covington, Pensacola,
Fla., 250 Shares.......... 25,000.00
Total Shares 2500...... $250,000.00
In witness whereof the before men-
tioned subscribers have hereunto

ort you will always S - S- dre~ G IC5 I, II UNIIIIIIIU Ut tfa
.. anu the standard WERE PRESENT AND SOME EX- C. Fred Schad., $ rr
CELLENT AD ESES DELIVER Marshal Schad was the next to be Dunn,
Sis made by the CELENT ADR SES DELIVER called for, and gave the assembled at Whrf
1->1 labor In the ; ED.REMIRESHMENTS SEAVED. members a short talk, in which he a.
,; .*-nns is what you stated that he was something upon
.I-- r;htnets in At., the order of Mr Bell, could not de- The dredge Caucus, constructed
:. and material. The thirty-ixth anniversary of liver an address, but desired to say specially for Pensacola harbor, and at
SStevedores' Benevolent Association, that he had always, not only in his tached to the engineering department
THE No. 1 the oldest labor organization in aflcal capacity, but in private life, of the army, reached port yesterday:
I H :Fiorida. and one of the oldest in the endeavored to assist in every manner shortly aer the noon hour. Whe
South, was celebrated last night, when possible. the members of the organiza- she ws sighted coming up the ha
a smoker was given in the hall of the tion, and that he hoped when the next bor, after being outfor about ten day
SIGHUT P ACE organization. The occasion was a celebration occurred he would have from New York, she was given
m Lost enjoyable one, and was attended ithe good fortune to receive an invi- noisy but welcome greeting, nearly:
by a large number of members. There station to be present, whether or not every tug boat In the harbor Joining
were only a few invited guests pres- he was an officer or engaged in an- making the arrival of the strange
TO BUY "nt, as the event was for the members other pursuit. known to the city.
aislone. wA. S. Cox, The Caucus, with her loud whistle
A number of short addresses were stevedore and wharfmaster of the L. responded to each vessel an for th
delivered during the course of the & N., was then introduced. He made course of ten minutes those along th
Invening. Among the speakers were an excellent talk to the men, all of water front could hear nothing bu
President Thos. Johnson; John whom appreciated the same. He said the blasts from the boats.
E O'Brien. chairman ao the entertain- that not only he, but his company. The Caucus is in command of Capi
I Inment committee; Hon. T. E. Welles, was well pleased with the manner in Frank M. Dunn, and the crew is con
SMike O'Leary, W. L. Bell, C. F. Schad, which the ships were loaded, and that posed mostly of Pensacolians. She i
-! D rA. S. Cox and Percy S. Hayes. there had never been any differences a well built and staunch vessel. an(
i 'lrlA ?UJI -UO F J Thea. Johnon. but which had been agreeably settled, is capable of doing a large amount o
*'^ F John O'Brien, as master of ceremon- He said the association was conser- work. Her suction pipes are excel
ies presided, and after chowder, sand- vative and wanted nothing but what tonally large, and she can load dowi
: c -d- t an Geo. Arnperger riches and other refreshments had was due the members, and he was to her full capacity while at work ii
,;.j Iltlllilll tl:itlftlifffthi bten served, introduced to the mem- pleased to state that the service they less than one hour.
bers. their president, Thos. Johnson. rendered was a credit to the members While the vessel is not built o
SHe spoke briefly, but his talk was one of No. 1. He also complimented the steel, she is nevertheless protected a
; WILLIAMS., which was greatly appreciated. He members of the Cotton Srewmen's points where it is necessary.
C.,-NC:TOR AND BUILDER, told of the progress of the organiza- Association 1The Caucus, as all dredges, 1
:sr.naham building. net tion. especially during the past six Two Old Membere. equipped with powerful engines, no
.!usins.s College. ears, and that during this period: David Tobin and John Baker, two only for propelling, but for suction
.r,,: always given the association had been cleared of of the three survivors of the associa- where great power is necessary. th
"r',acola. PL all debt, and was now in a most ex- tion when it was first formed, were was built by the James Reilly Repai
cellent financial condition. Mr. Jolhn- not present, but letters were read ex- and Supply Co., of New York, t
son's remarks were greeted with ap plaining their absence. These two whom the bid was awarded' by th
plause. with Mr. O'Leary are the only ones government.
CO TTR E LLMr. Johnson's popularity among the left who organized No. 1, 36 years The Caucus is to be used on Pense
CF.- htOo ph inembers of thi organization. made ago. cola bar as long as her services ar
Fine OoOfTs address vern interesting to them. Chairman O'Brien spoke of this necessary, and later she may go t(
Pensacola *- Florida ih complimented the members upon fact in a feeling manner, stating that other Florida ports to work.
t!:e manner in which all had acted, he was sorry that the oldest members The vessel is of 250 tons net, means
and tme respect wh:ch the association could not be present, and hoped they ures 170 feet in length, 32 feet ii
S w i k f .commanded among the citizens of the, would be present at the next celebra- breadth and draws about nine feet o
R. WWHITE, city. tion. water. Her crew consists of abou
watchtooer, alnmnct.r. e HMo T. ."Welles. Percy S. Hayes, thirty-five men.
-s" ndt Chairman O'Brien then introduced of The Journal, was called for. He
t........... str"* 0 ,, Chairman O'Brien then introduced,. thI WILL INTEREST MANY.
S Paafor t.e. pe a P Hon T. E. Welles. In dog so he spoke for the press and assured the WILL INTEREST MANY
n. .t gentlemsn co limn, as association of the hearty support of Every person should know that goo
paid atl othentlem r. W oplimented the paper which he represented, know- health is impossible If the kidneys ar
RS L TOLD did all others. Mr. Welles opened ing the association to be conservative deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure wil
s ta;k by satingetht a t one. time n every respect. As president of cure kidney and bladder disease i1
h had ben a member of No. and Typographical Union, No. 293, he every form, and will build up anc
71,14 .. ....,. b had always been proud of this fact;
; ;: f h very nmen, b had w .n u thanked the members of the associa- strengthen these organs s0 fhey wtl
"' h and onceer by T.a when he received the invitation tion for their assistance in times perform their functions properly. N
r whIch w-a- :o have been To 1 b present at the anniversary he, past when the printers were in need danger of Bright's disease or diabetes
SchT. Wa- pos-pond. t I proud of the honor. He compll- of help. If Foley's Kidney Cure is taken 1]
nI n;ed the members of the associa- Chai.rman O'Brien time
SBre. Jr.. clerk of the .n for the w in which the co conducted the proceedings in an ex-
Holre-. county. was w tuied their business, for their con- cellent manner He complimented DUCATOR ELECTED PRESIDEN
,,:eerd:y ani s;ent theb- -rvatlive stand upon all questions,cellent manner. He complimented LDUCATOR ELECTED PRESIDEN
S" arguments in th and said that the membersn should be every speaker and his introductory, JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONh
** h, argunnt-Ts in the and said that the members should be r us listen
remarks caused every one to listen
ier case proud of the respect which they com- with interest. By Associated Pre.
ruanded. Labor and capital should The smoker itself was vetAenjoy-A
Spva secrrktoeter, as neither can exist The smoker itself was ver enoy Norfolk, Va., Aug. 18.-Henry
;-amar and Emmne' W*L- withou- the other, and he wished to able The lunch was served in an ex- George Tucker, dean of the school c
S :. Ih of Marianna, congratl ate No. 1 upon havingSat its cellent manner, and everyone pres- law and diplomacy of the Georg
S 'Lcrdae to he ar hn lm conservative t spent a most pleasant evening. Washinton Univertit.y was unan
SY,'\rday t hear the elm conrervdtve men. Another prominent city official in .mously elected president of the Jamei
Mike O'Ley attendance was Chief W. R. Bicker, town Exposition Company this after
was the next to be introduced. Every- of the Pensacola fire department. noon. It is believed his acceptance i
S Hoi .Arr vals: J. F. one present knew that gentleman, and practically certain.
:- n !'W: H Britt. Jr.. tht rounds of applause given attested BRAVE DECATUR.
S'h, r. M;:i.n: Uoyd to his popularity. He said that there CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPAC
'. F'da .1 A .1 Hatha- were only three of the founders of th terr of H IPlieree Attaerk e HETTI Al AND FRESH OYSTER
.J H Iamb, Spring NoI 1 surviving. they being David TripeUtm Vresel. TO-NIGHT AT W.HITE'S RESTAL
Tobin. John Baker and himself. He Gardner W. Allen in his book. "Our RANT.

By Associated Press.
New York, Aug. 18.--Dr. Lewis H.
Laundry., professor of chemistry at
Columbia university for thirty-four
years, died yesterday of apolexy. He
was a native of France and in his
youth attained prominence in the poli-
tics of the French republic. At one
time he represented his government
a., minister at Madrid.

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gratis, will apply to J. L. Pierce, at
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B. S. BERNARD, Clerk.

Notice Is hereby given that the ap-
plication for these letters patent will
be made to the Governor of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, on Tues-
day, September 12, 1905:
The undersigned subscribers do
hereby make application for letters
patent, incorporating us and our asso-
clates into a corporation in accord-
ance with the laws of Florida, under
the following charter:
1. The name of the corporation
shall be Yellow Pine Land Company,
and its place of business, Pensacoia.
2. The general nature of the busi-
ness to be transacted shall be tin'
buying and selling of land, the manu-
facturing of naval stores, lumber and
other wood prodlu;s, the buying and
st-lling of merchanuis, ann' the doing
of all things incidental to said busi-
ress. and the acquisition, holding, use
anl disposition of all property, real
and personal, which may be necessary
or convenient for the carrying out of
said purposes.
3. The amount of the capital stock
shall be two hundred and fifty thou-
sand dollars ($250,000.00). divided into
shares of one hundred dollars s
($100.00) each. and shall be payable in
cash upon the call of the directors.
4. The said corporation shall exist
for ninety -nine (99) years from the
date of granting letters patent to it.
5. The business shall be conducted
by a board of seven or less directors,
as provided by the by-laws; a presi-
dent, one or more vice-presidents, a-
provided by the by-laws, and a secre-
tary-treasurer. The directors shall be
elected annually at the meeting of
the stockholders to be held on the
second Wednesday in October. and
the officers shail be elected by the
board of directors gt a meeting to be
held on the same day. Until the first
election, W. C'. Vereen shall be presi-
dent, J. R. Saunders, first vice-presi-
dent, J. H. Smtthwick. second vice-
president, and M. li. Wilson, secre-
tary-treas rer; anj W. C. Vereen, J.
R. Sauninrs, J. H. itnithwick, H. L.
Covina'tmn, J. G. Pace, W. H. Barber
and C. M. Covington, shall constitute
the board of directors.
6. The highest amount of indebted-
ness to which the corporation can at
any time subject itself shall be five
hundred thousand dollars ($500,-
7. The names, residences and

"N amounts subscribed for by each sub-1
scriber, are as follows:
W. C. Vereen, Moultrie, Ga.,
1200 Shares ............ 120,000.00'
THAT CLEVER TOURIST CAP. J. H. Smithwick, M ultrte.
SGa., 50 Shares.......... 5,000.00
Quite a novelty, and a useful one at numerable rows of stitching. The W. H. Brber, Moultrie, Ga.,
that, is the steamer cap illustrated, crown is very broad and low, following 500 Shares............. 50,000.00
The design lends itself exceedingly the familiar Tam O'Shanter outlines iJ. R. Saunders, 'Pensacola,
well to auto, driving and all outdoor The brim Is stiffened with feather-' Fla., 200 Shares........... 0,000.00
purposes. The original one is in a bone cordngs, these caught in be- H.L. Covington, Pensola,
silky gray mohair, with almost in- tween the rows of Utching. la., .20 Share ...... 25,000.00

State of Georgia, County of Colquitt.
Before the subscriber, Clerk of the
Superior Court in and for said State
ann' County. personally appeared J. H.
Smithwick. known to me to be the in.
dividual described by that name, and
acknowledged that he executed the
fcregonging strument for the uses and
purposes therein set forth.
Given under my hand and seal offi-
cial this 2nd day of August. A. D. 1905.
R. 0. CI;ARK,
Clerk Superior Court
Commission expires Jan. 1st, 1907.

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Wholesale Distributer.
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For the purpose of conducting the signed their names.
WAS KEPT EXCEEDINGLY Bond Election the following voting W. C. VEREEN,
BUSY LAST NIGHT places are hereby designated, and the J. H. SMITHWICK,
U following inspectors and clerks a.e W. H. BARBER,
hereby sr-lected and appointed to J. R. SAUNDERS,
ser'.e at such Bond Election to le H. L OOVINGTON,
Everybody knows where to go to held on the 22nd dlay of August, 1905: J. G. PACE,
get the ews. Precinct No. 12-Voting place, north- C. Ar. COVINGTON.
Until late into last night The Jour- east corner of Intendencia and Alcaniz
ral telephone kept up an almost in- st reets. Stat of orida County of c
cessant ringing and nineteen out of Precinct No. 13-Voting place, north- Stat h of Florida, County of Eocambia.
ssa ringing and nineteeneast corer of Palafox and Garden Before the subscriber, a notary pub-
every twenty calls were this: d streets. Wills & Broughton's marble lie in and for said State ano' County,
"Can you tell me what he erdic rd personally appeared, J. R. Saunders,
We The Journa l coulda It had Precinct No. 14-Voting place, south H. I. Covington, J. G. Pace and C. M.
spea reporter in the court room all west corner of Palafox and Romana Covington, known to me to be the
special reporter in the court room all, stre*,ts. rear of 'Morrison's store. Individuals described by said names,
during the trial of the celebrated case, strecct ear of Morrion's store. uth nd acknowledged that the executed
it knew all about every feature al- Precinct No 13-Voting pace. south- and acknowledged that they executed
it knew all about every feature ora east corner of Intendenia and D- the foregoing instrument for the uses
mosd it freelyas soon as It became histormation iliers streets, N. 31 Inted- and purposes herein set forth.
and it freely gave the informational street. Given undor my hand' and seal oW-
desired. Some papers would not have cia street. this u2th my hundl ad a 10
done this but would' have curtly ad- Inspectors and Clerks.HN J. SON
vised the inquirer to wait and buy a Precinct No. 12-L. D. Marzoni, in- JOHN J. Go N,
copy of the paper this morning. spector; F. F. Binghamn, inspector; R. Notary Public.
Pensacolians may always know Rese, inspector; as. T. Jera-;, Comission expires Fey. 24, 1909.
where to obtain reliable information., clerk.
The Journal can gve it. The Jour- Prnct No. 1-L. E. Brook, in- tate of Georgia Conty of oluitt
nal's entire force is the greatest infor- spector; J. E. Wolfe inspector; Thos. Before the subscriber, a notary pub.
ration source in the city. This is Kent, inspector; W. C. Macey, clerk, lie in anr, for said State and county.
what the force is paid for. That's' Precinct No. 14-F. E. Brawner, ir- personally appeared W. C. Vereen and
what we're here for. I spector; L. S. Brown, inspector; C. M. WT. H. Barber, known to me to be the
Ceston inspector; Sam Pasco. clerk. inn'induals described by said names
Sick headache results from a disord. Precinct No. 15-J. E. Abercrombie. and acknowledged that they executed
ered condition of the stomach and is iTr pector: W. A. Dunham, inspector; the foregoing instrument for the .uses
quickly cured b Chamberlain's Stom- T. S. Caro, inspector; F. M. Whiting. and purposes therein set forth.
aic ankl Liver Tbablets For sale by irk. Given under my hand and seal offi-
ai druggists. Adopted by the City Council at a cial this 31st day of July, A. D. 1905.
aidrugis. special meeting, August 16. 1905. W. S. STOKES,

NOTED EDUCATOR DIED .Mayor of Pensacola. Commission exnires March 1 1909




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mv MORMImS CEPT a ONODA (Continued from Page 2) diabolically executed acd asked for ground that It was done under such" -
the extreme penalty of the law as an impulse of resentment or revenge ....
i however. during eterday the win-.' punishment f.or the man who com- as temporarily to dethrone the reason.
SJOUR L COth a rety opposite itted t. Aftr thanking the jury for Feelingroduced by motives of an TSU D DE DA TH
TNCO AWY. ".jo ithe arn jury.a. e:Its attention an6 expressing the be- ger. hatred or revenge is not ln3anity T
e a. were ocupiedi by a number lief that a verdict would be rendered and the law holds the person of sound A A
RANK L MATD P dAmQ= ALlM n.ales, oxer a dozeub cng no ticeable n accor-dance with the evidence. Mr. find who acts criminally under such
W- during the afternoon session of court. Kehoe retired and Judge Francis ELB. impulses responsible.
TMrM t he aJurnoor sesshe od. court- Carter began the reading of his charge In determining the question wheth-
AASJurors Discharged. o the jury. The charge was in man- er defendant was sane when he killed FORMER RESIDENT; OF PENSACOLA EXPIRED SUDDENLY
The jurors were erivei with a gen- uscript, the law providing that in cap-. John White, if you find from the e-i-
----R A~T ~ra' dose of o'd-fashioned corn pone ital canes the trial judge shall present dence that he did kiil him, you will HOME II TALLAHASSEE-WAS ASSISTANT STATE Ay:
MU CRIPTION RATIr at supper Thursday nigit, and were the charge in" writing and after its a3certaln whether the defeniant-*
consequently iu the best ot spirit. deliver file it with the clerk of the mind was diseased at the time and If! AT TIME OF DEATH.
a "ma............. Oe e Mat.......... so 4 me ol them moved about restlessly: court. it was whether it was diseased to that
***** One Week........... 10 at times. but, on the whole, they were extent that the defendant did n rawforan ar a a
M*....... 1 I Wee.k) Zdito6, yr.$1 M0 as composed and attentive to the ar-' JUDGE CARTER DELIVERS know right from wrong, :d not com- Hon.".
nt as could possib ly have been CHARGE TO JURY. preh the nature and quality of thtr who de inailaa Tue- a :
expeLted after nearly a week of close _:act, did not know it would be wrung da.. was welIkrown :n P a. m. U .pa'(? .- a z.'-e n- :
Sronfintment in the court room. When Judge Carter made an extremely; ta do it. If you should find from th here he a ne time rd ani can. E.-
T. ONLY PENSACOLA MNEWPAPER PROM WHICH A DETAILBD the trial was concluded it was el- clud an.; explicit charge. upon whicL tidenct, beyond a reasonable douth wh re the e by aof wo knew G r R-a .: e-
CASt that they w ere glad to be Mt e he wcs highly com p im ented by at- :ha. tbh defendant at the tim e he c~ i ved w ith ogre: by all w ho kne G : u R -a_- :. .
C I R C U L A T I O N T A T E E N T C A N B E S E C U RE8 asdre f o ea no g d b m p r n ss w i tuha a t J b l n a n i h e t d t e b l m h. Cw h 1 o t -i v l P- *
a!ed. an9 one or two of them caper- tourneys for both prosecution an d-.- k-lPe' John nite, if he did kill him. ha. ,.-
.d aboeit like school boys when grant- fense as well as by others in the court r ssessed sufficient mental capacity Mr. Crawfrr hal not ii'e.l .n Pen- ,
OMn-IM S l Ma tGoverm tStrm.L td .an unexpected holiday. That most room. His charge was a masterful, o know ana appreciate the nature acoa for near ... ,avi r CANat e
rnONE No I them will be glad to return to the effort and entirely beyond criticism. .nd quality of his act. to know and n1i'vt-d Whrom b Penao Mi'lw. la. Mr. C;.
,green fields and balmy woods of the He Instructed the jury relative to the ar-precate the difference between iin, Whe i Pen.saro w. .
country goes without saying. law In the case and particular attend right and wrong, to know and appre- til.- ge for a part, of is n n. .
PENa'OL FLOR A. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 19, 1905. The Argument by Attorneys is Begun. ton was devoted to the question of in- on hatitawould bh e d wrong to kil b 'Ts e Tmev. aeme m no." : -
When court convened at the morn-s anity, with reference to which. ac-p. n White. and he did not know and pulihe Timre.
:-- :.-* -4.-'. .-.-. --! s a very valuable and instructive ar- ng season the jur was polled and cording to several attorneys who were him on he ground o Conc r. Cr Ta
s bg o arg'beet begun on behalf of the ste present, he propounded several new should acquit him on the grond of' Concer g Mr. Crawfr. Ta: -
Stidcle. Everyone who is interested in by H en. A. C. Blount. propositions of law. His charge rela- insanity. ahasee Capi o e l-:ia, -
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. L the agricultural development of Flor- tive to insanity was as follows: IPresumed Sane. Sudde" Death. --
-- '- A. C. Blount. anity beinP the normal condition' ..: for a ;- r. ..e h tA:
-. The Pensac-ola Journa: is on F ida will feel abundantly repaid for Judge Bloun: made an eloquent and The Law As to Premeditation every person accused of crime is pre- mni:v r, .uc.a -'*i a : -r- 'c
sa:* a- :he fol:ow!ng places in time spent reading it. earned address, the first portion of Gentlemen of the Jury: sumed by the law to be sane and th, ,. -.-I and gricvou.. ok a-. -
vcha d darndaddes, te frs potin o bythela toee a:ane nd elan- -.
S -.- o-' l v.hLch was devoted to the law in the Te defendant. William F. Willam-,, mere fac: of the commission of :a asone. a: no eter" -
S Apostle's Restaurant. case and the duty of the jurors to both on trial before you upon an indict- crime, if a crime was committee. i. nuncemen: ta-r Mr. E. A C '
Bay Hotel. o T L the state and the defendant. Mr. ment charging him with the crime ofl not in itself sufficient to overcome ad jt is ,: -- '- -
Coe's Book Store. THE FULL PENALTY Biount then proceeded to analyze the murder in the first degree. The in- the presumption. II. however. rher V'ery few p -
S Depot New Stand. c idence in ctal; going over each dictment charges that the defendant' rises from the evileace introduce Craor was a a' -
SGem Book Store. (Tallahassee True Democrat.) a of defendant tha ted up to the unlawfully killed one John White is by the state or by the defendant ie hi lat a ,. .
Lewis House. wf" ul drama enacted in the store of your county (Escamblia in this state. reasonable doubt of the sanity of the a e' minutes :ira :n
o. Merchants Hotel. ':", Zohn White on July 18. when he and 1 July 18. 1905. by shooting him with accused. the presumption of insanity was a. hand before a -:: :- .
Southern Hotel. Edw n Dansby were ruthlessly butch, a pistol, and that such killing wa i: overcome and the accused will be summoned and '-a .ch- "
.* Thompson's Book Store. -, The Pensacol Journal calls atten- eed without warning, and James perpetrated from a premiditated de-1 entitled to an acquittal unless th
4- Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. -ion to the fact that the courts, in- hie shot down by the defendant. sin on the part of the defendant state, by evidence, meets and over- For several a pr ; ".... .
S Wagenheim's News Stand. stead of imposing the full penalty of Williams. Every phase of Williams to effect the death of Whitue, this rLasonable doubt arising Mr. Crwor be- C- "-.... : ,
Walker's Book Store. the law for carrying concealed the case was handed clearly and con the deceased. Under our statute law i. defendant's favor by evidence su- ocil .
;. pons, have been imposing the mini- 'sely and even the evidence given by I "the unlawful killing of a human being ficient to convince you beyond all rea the ad r" d ... :.- : .
..;.-:.;:-. ... mum penalty-$100 fine, without im- ,he defense was construed in such when perpetrated from a premeditat- sonable doubt of the sanity of the a- oi ae an .. o. :.:._. ,
prisonment-and cities the provisions manner that i seemed to strengthen design to effect the death of the caused at the time of the commission .
of the law 4act of 1901), as follows: en rather than to injure the case of person killed" is muraer In the first of the crime. If insanity of a perma-! .. A-:: ,. -.a
GOING AWAY? '-By imprisonment of not less than the state of Florida against the mur- degree. As you will observe from the, nent type or continuing nature, or a .t .... -. .
three months nor exceeding six r H out th o in language used an essential element of characterized by a habitual or con-.
Whe you ave the city for yo months, or by ne of not less than one de s t s an .sult to: murder in the first degree is the pre firmed disorder of the mind, not tern- tha .. .
When YOU yourtmonths or by ne of not less than one s tyansa twasana design to effe-t death; in- porary or occasional, is shown to have g ta e wa- n -
summer vacation have The Pensacola hundred dollars or by both such fine intelligence of the twelve men medated degn to effet death; in- poary or ocasona i shown hav t e a .
Journal follow you. Notify circuit and imprisonment." le uon th cas to deed, murder In the first degree is dis- existed prior to the commission of the. c ok -- -. .
on manager Ph 38. And the Journal tronglyrguesthe called upon to try the case to present inushed by this element from other homicide, if one was committed it re and : c -
on manager, Phone necessity and expediency of mpoargues the limsy statements or their con- degrees of unlawful homicide. In or- vould be presumed to continue up to .e r -g a .. -
ac riz a d re x .e d i e cg :o:ip o i n ga c!-r
necsth an epe d hen ofi sn g ideation as ha been presented upo; der that the defendant be found guilty ,nd Including the time the act as com-r c:de :o r" un . "
the full penalty for the offense. In that theory by the defense. eco-aa .w_ -,-- ~ -
SNr isThe Journal s right, and the pub- the e e a murder In the first degree he must mitted unless that presumption was e e: --- -- ..
The Only Newspaper d this The Journal Is right, and the pub- ed is argument with an eloquent an r ot only have unlawfully killed White. cvercome by testimony sufficient t1or:ale a e :- .. .. -.-
Its Kind on the Continent. len t er i mt degree, a charged Intheur the deceased, but such killing must prove the contrary beyond a reason- iy reover nh i g ;:,-.:. ..- -. -
It o e nen certainly s the dut of thecourts hei rst eee, as chared t have been perpetrated by him fromable doubt, but if partial instant tha- -
ThIt me erythiny g in their power to thecou indictment and with a premeditAted design to ef- i, if insanity not of a permanent type Accor!nz:vy. Mr. Craw ... a- -
v -en iv Pn rcola News cannot find prevent crime, and nothing they could L. Zachay. fect White's death or continuing nature or characterize, back here on he ran r. .. -
do would so .effectually act as a pro- Attorney W. L. Zachary, of defense, A Premeditated Design. by a habitual or confirmed disorder of lahassee at .-ri o'cu an occasion :7 make itself ridiculous, .'entive of.criraes of violence than to followe.l Mr. Bicunt in a short ad-' A premeditated design is a fully the mind. but merely temporary and, Yesterday morning he .:;
"n,:gh -" wv.-:' it continues to per- inflict the maximum penalty of the dress. He did not argue the case to fc.imed, conscious purpose to take life, occasional were shown to have exis'- breakfast as u-ual. but --;:.r.- 2 ;d:-.
:s' in ding Fs. no one-not even it- vlaw against the carrying of weapons. ny great extent upon the evidence, formed upon reflection and entertain-i ed before or arter or both before an,! te weak ana hav:g a d. .. Sm-r Fod
:. i, pro'ably-oauld exp-ain. A day Lut asked the jury for an acquittal. e in the mind before and at the time after the homicide, then there would he concluhe- ft. alt .i L-e .: "- .
-, trobab- o, T d w A day HER ANSWER. lie criticized the address of Judge the act Is committed. The law does e no presumption of law tha e it ex- noon beture going to his ce.n a n. : -
Jr :wo ago, T'Lc Journal, which has To-day, dear heart, but just to-day, Blount. saying that Mr. Blount had'not prescribe the period of time whichi!ated at the time of the homicide and; Statehouse. =..EN & GtiE
iong been a consistent advocate of The sunshine over ail, studiously avoided all reference to must elapse before the formation and in orderto overcome the legal pr-- After reading several: n-w ;-.apr __
goo] ra'Is, commented to some extent The roses crimsoning the air many of the strong points brought out' the execution of the intent to take sumption of sanity in such cases itI 1oe spoke of his intention to go -o Y, r',- e* r..'
on tha: subjec:. with the result that Along the garden wall:' b y defense relative to the allegation life, in order to render the degree a wouldd be necessary for the evidence .u upstairs room in :he r-: len--. B:U- Ribbo
terJay a3 erroons News under the Then let the dream and dreamer d e; that Williams had made a business of premeditated one. It may exist for to show either that insanity existed arl ;.nd shape up some of the paptr: r,: -- ... :. =ath.i. k
ye rja? a r.oon oiews, under he ,hate'er shall be, sfiall be- dealing in revolvers, which, he alleg- only a few moments and yet be pre- the timeAf the homicide or such facts ing to his exajinatxn of SuWvf.n c-. f.., :',e iR. -,on Lemon
a. Good Roa Logic, contained To-day will still be thine and mine ed, dissolve the evidence adduced by meditated. If the design was formed hearing upon that question as would county offices. rom ti o e. T Favors
Ihe following: I To all eternity, the state that defendant had purchas- a sufficient length of time before its raise a reasonable doubt whether or Mrs. Crawford dissuaded him. pre-
Yesterdlay morning The Journal rd a revolver for the express purpose' execution to admit of some reflection not insanity existed at that particular sailing 'ipon hl m to rest qu:ely CHICKEN GUMdO AND
Lad a few 'words to sav in advocacy -And oh, there is no glory, dear, of committing the deed of which he-on the part of the party entertaining time. If you shoul- acquit the de- through the morning. H'TTI A1 AND FRESH O
of goonI roads. Mention was made of' When all the world is done, was subsequently convicted. His ad- it, and the party at the time of exe- fendant upon the ground of insanity A short whi'e before nc.on -r. TO-NIGHT AT WHITE'
t :. ac.:,t. taken by the county corn- There is no splendor lasteth out dress lasted less than half an hour. acting the intent was fully conscious ou should so state in your verdict. Crawford com r.e o very v RANT.
:.:ission..- wa. a: a recent meeting The sinking of the sun; Hon. Lucius J. reeves. ot a settle' and fixe-, purpose to kill
vo:ed t"o aid an extra mill to the tax There is no thing that lasts. r.ot one. Judge Reeves addressed the jury'and of the consequences of carrying
ly for the purpose of Increasing the hen we have turned to cla, for nearly two hours. Just previous to such purpose Into execution, the in-
road and bridge fund. But this. you loved me-all the rest the noon adjournment. His entire tfnt or design would be premeditated
The J.urnal commended this wise Fades with the world away. address was a masterful plea for any. -!thin the meaning of the law. a: .-m -
d;sposiion of the taxpayers' money little whle, so littlehile thing but the death penalty. A very' though the execution followed closely
aj lhe popular demand for good-l ittle" ileu important part of Judge Reevess ad- upon the formation of the intent. The h W
roads whe The Journal addforgood This world, doth last for us, iress was the implied charge made by- question of premeditated design is a
roadswh The Jurnl adds areThere is no waytokeep it dearm that cnpra had e te es f t t be fund bythe S h e rlo c k H o lme s
.,ady ny a thepeolis country. Any" one But Juast tnaspend it thus. Isim t hat acsracadit eitumt
eadin i The Journals article 'and t o e L nd th against the defendant in the Johnjiryo from the evidence, beyond a' BY .H

an th fals atice andTn s nd ahite store: be conspiracy to wreck rea. sonable doubt, like any other mcarate- O
idea that Esan-. bia county is woeful. thBut his who turns the whole glass e11e of U iCd
S TheJo aa t boyndos otes theft Judge Ree-es argued, iln effect sgn the proved only by positivenb test
wIdh more miles of good roads than'. | | ^J 4 JhnWhi e, whic all admltted henle t-t ay be t phone by cII-

of good roads h b utren would bu pointed at with the; oxist relating to the acts. declaration,
out bonding the county or running- finger of scorn. Any man was -ustn-and conduct of the accused, the eir- 'Lsr

s-es by tbe Brinngbami ledger that *had done, the deed was committed, tion, convince the jury. beyond a rea- C

ncr o" roads jut sImr put dnt wtant- esult of wrongs to which he was be-' the homicdcld lf a homicide is proves

But one has :not to sc,'ntin'ze what': Pr 83 DU fendant' idestruction. ....o.uhdsin fteeiene--- '- i hscs ovicsyubyn

the I wdrar sass, as priinte.! In The There was nc attempt to deny the remain thls cs onvin toa moral bey ndD t t IVe
Journal, and the jatter't eomrent' crime and no effort to condone it or reasonable doubt, ana to a moral cer-
thereon very closely- tO di,'over the' deprecate its immensity, the argument n y that th defendant unlawfull
T'-intoner-st in th-' r-v1i roads prop-, L being devoted entirely to an appeal killed John White in Escambia coun- to
aoltion which beoi thrh.-- papers feel. for mercy, very apparently for the ty. Florida. before this indictment s
They see in rO-.etl r.las free eliv- DAIL V sole purpose of saving Williams from was found, in the manner and by thel
means alleged in the indictment and
*lr routes multipr 01. and with more the gallows, whose noose was dang- that such kill ing was perp crate A
rural mail roue' a greater demand ling dangerously near his neck. that suh ll pe a
for dally papers and they stand ready The following figures show The Pen- ly ne from and with such a premd!ated
to furnish the pa ers. sacola Journal's circulation for each States Attorney Kehe. design on the lart of the defenvan:
Mr. Kehoe made the closing srgu- to effect Whbite's death, as I have dc-
If our esteemed during thH month of July, 1905, nient in the carte, commencing his ad- fined to you, then it will be your Cw.:v
ows wpl a i;t drivinte at. it un-with the average number of copies dress immediately after court con-: to find the defendant Williams guilty f
doubtedlyw o-':t m-ri than~ The J our- daily: vened at the afternoon session. He of murder In the firs' de ree. unleo;s
al can figure onu*. The only possible July 1 4,250 July 1 4,500 notedd the first part of his address you should acquit him on the ground
e '4,M July 16 4.'-dl:evo
point which th- prw mTkes sees July 2 4,500 July 17 .... to questions of law, the duty of jurors of Insanity, which will be explained to The publication of this
Ob the .-b N t very truthfully July 3 -iJuly 18 4,200 in capital cases and the position of you in subsequent instructions.
state -n the fat -- m very trutf uJllyj 4 4, July 19 4,9001 the state of Florida as prosecutor In As to Insanity. famous series in a great
.thatmeansuty 5 44,0 July 9 4,421 the action on trial. He was glad that If a party commits an act denounce New York daiy a jst
tee rurai :, routes-thouh utly 4,250 July 21 44O00 defendant was represented by such ed as a crime, while Insane the law has
why any revs,.,, any busie .n- Juty 4,250 July 2 4,2300 able counsel, the peers of whom could does not hold him accountable and created a profound sensa-
litatiny"on, w nr r'"en wbho !s rvc! July 4,250 July 2 4450hard bedfund in thestatesait guar- he should beacquitted.fthce parml tion and stampled the work
by a e-> -,rv erJice. ouly 10 4". 5. July 2 4 trial trial. He, like Judge Blount, ana- the act was laboring under such a as the greatest of twentieth
k nr n"at r !t s more than we July 450 July 3 lyzed the testimony of both prosecu- defect of reason from disease of the ct fiction.
n 'aw t* the New' s ocatn Juty 124260 July 64 gtion and defense with the greatest mind, as not to know the nature and
the News can Po-.vuly 24,27July27 4,300 care, bringing out each point of the quality of the act he was doing or
hivy c;' 'n July 13 4,250 July 28 4,300 testimony in a masterful manner. He about to do, or that it would be wrong We have secured exclusive
If t.e :.-:!-znts to be ret down as July 14 4.250 July 29 4,350! argued that a motive for the crime to do It, he would be insane within
ft ope.-.r-f ,, ro ad- ann .rural ;uly 13 4.250 July 3014,600! had been proven and that there was the contemplation of the !ew, and rights for this field and
mar e' T -tt of co-*ris- ,n ota for the month--......112,875: no question but that it had been pre- should not be held accountable. But
S 'e-. that of c is th Average per day........... 4,341i meditated for at least eleven days- if the party at the time of committiing W M.'B
S '-s dir N nr ier: !-n ft c ben occu, I erebt ce-rtify that the above state. from the day the revolver was secur- the act possessed sufficient mental
4W !:--ir 4;rn owbein the ed from F. B. Bruce until the tragedy' capacity to know right from wrong.
01ly ?e".-pape- ot that kind on the 'meat is co.reet according to the ree- occurred on July 18. Insankity, he ar- to know the nature and quality of ptlublication in this paper.
ords on .il.e in this office. gued, could not be considered for an the act he was doing or about to do
FID A. SWEET, distant, as the very acts that defense and that It would be wrong to do it. h?
e eomm catn of Prof. Jas.~ H. Circulation Mgr. had brought out to strengthen the In- is legally responsible for the act ever. Sub cribe Now
he communication oalPof th Jucas. Hot'esanity theory tended. Ift anything, to though he may have been at the time Vw
baihb. of the Muscogee Sworn to anr subscribed before me prove that defendant w mentally mentally weak, or even suffering from and get the first install. by
schools, which appears In The Journal this 31St day of July, 190L. competent and fully replied what he some mental disorder or disease. If meat. TO A LT OL D A IN T
l1ay, trat~lug at the value of In-i*- u.P. S"X was doing whena the crime Was eom- a person of sound- minuc commits an .
w yomitted. Mr K 46041 OttjedL tthrath actwhic the lawdeouneas m -r l-, LAY.
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Fred. Moore, of this city. who has Hammocks, $1.00 to $5.00,
aade a record as one of the fastest and some extra special
shortstops in f ie Southern League values now In them.
during the past few months, returned;
yThe B eer U l to the city last night, and will remain -- -
here during the balance of the season, iI
provided he does not sign with an- COE'S
That Made Milwaukee Famousother team- COES BOOK STORE,
MT t Me oore, with ave other men, has 235 S. Palafox St.
been playing with the Birmingham 123 Phon.
team, but owing to the treatment of,
"Manager Vaughn of that club, all of
them went on a strike a few days since.; .
-ONE 16, THE LEWIS SEAR CO. MAIN AND PALAFOX. PENSACOLA. The members of the club who quit i
were the best ball players on the't V IA eite
team, and as a consequence it has.. .! 1Y ur Appe l0e
won only one game since their depar-
ture. 11
r u T u n n I I nrMoore's version of the trouble was and then come to

KEW METHOD LAUNDRY, man a certain amount per month, and
StIen for an alleged violation of the
0. W. elP Wv C, P frt. IIa L, A6 F (;ub rules fined him to such an extent:

l the club treasury. Six of the men N ick's
HU SO I--,- finally became tired of this manner of
SI U r B doing business .and refused to play. I
A L All were suspended, but will ap-
CA, LLS, H INA IA eal their cases to the National Coam- e I 6
mission I

HINES MAKES ANSWER Special to The Journal.
Bagdad, Aug. 18.-William Crosby, ... ,
1:,patches from Dead. road Commissicrer Bur at the Dead- colored, while working at the BruceAll kinds of Fish, Soft Shell
he Naona Ass- wood convention, Second Vice-Presi- dk scraping sel dropped Crabs, Western Meat
a % Commissioners has dent Walker D. Hines, of the Ilouis- dead this afternoon without speaking:
.. c some decid- ville and Nahille Railroad, aid a word. This was the same negro REGULAR DINNER SERVED AILY,
: Ie s. sid bom a mob operated upon some time 25 CENTS.
line" "Mr. Burr's statement is simply a ago.
"i;rr. railroad commis- deliberate misrepresentation. While i
.':a. created a sensa- vice-president ot the Louisville and POSSE GOT WRONG MAN
Sopnl.Y dnouned Wal- Nashville Railroad, I swore that the HE WAS RELEASED. CR W OF YAPHT
f .rner assis-ant gener- company's Florida tax return and the lW F
r -: vi"-presdent of values stated were high when consid- By Associated Press. A ra
a. Naill Railroad .r in connection with the company's Thomasville, Ga., Aug. 18.-The ALL DE ERTED
Sprjurer. He said mllearnings in Florida. rosse returned this morning, bringing
;. ,er v of the Louis- "After it become necessary for the ir. the negro suspected of assaulting
Ni' .I;'' ilroaid toi the company to enjoin the Florida rail- Mrs. Chas. Outze yesterday. They LEFT VESSEL AT APALACHICOLA
R Fiorida for r ^oad commission from enforcing an took him to Mrs. Outze for identiica-
's -he ear unreasonably low passenger rate on tion. but being the wrong man was re- AND OWNERS ARE NOW IN
:. Hi sas he yela its already unremunerative line in leased.
... -.a '.-net to Florida. I swore to the bill filed to se- QUANOARY.
..* ,'r ". -a r , cure that Injunction. It was my opin- GOVERNOR TURNS DOWN
..... f ridaa on t ion and the opinion of the company's CHINESE PROPOSITION.
ad counsel in the case that a railroad -The Mobile Item says: News has
S "' l'a.r he commission ought not to be permitted By Associated Press. that
S' -a er he :o reduce rates below a point where Hona Kong, Aug. 18.-The applica- been received here to the effect that
"' ,n they would vield a fair return on the tion of the Chinese Commerciai al: of the crew of the yacht Margue-
Sof cost of reproducing the property. It Union in this city to meet and discuss door, save the master, deserted the
-. fr a was therefore stated in the bill that the anti-American boycott has been .essel at Apalachtcola, Fla.
n.. e the cost of Teprocing the property refused by Sir Matthew Nathan, gov- e information was learned
on and therefore its face value was a, ernor of the colony. The inforraton was larne
taed sum anc this sum was very through efforts on the part of E. L.
S . ', : '- nmuch larger than the value I had fixed: Four Cottages Destroyed. Elmer, private secretary to T. P.
S .' : '. 'IK) rn the property for the purpose of Four cottages, all owned by colored hbonts, the owner, to secure in this
S'r taxation. persons, were destroyed yesterday city a capable person to guarantee the
,-. .he o one eontnds tat it is prop The blaze occurred about 4 o'clock. Cbnn.
.. .. -" ''7.;j -No on"ive contends t what it is proudper o ast Eieenth street. delivery of the yacht at Greenwich,
.:.. r:, 'j -. po at what it woui. .f the water limits, the firemen who the boat to her destination by using
S. r : io : to r reduce stt Wte did t clhat r t ent to the scene, could not render the coast route.
., - ,, ,z -i,, ibtv bill st stated, that for thn."
.:.,. .I.." ',:rp,,,, of testing the railroad com-r any assistance.
MHnes Makes Reply. '-:i ; rates the cost of reproduc- CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPAG- QUALITIES OF SAGE.
(?I 5the proper value. The tw CHICKEN GUM
S K\ -;ar'" sa" "n "' he nr op er value. The two iHETTI Al AND FRESH OYSTERS
to .ihare.. se iy aii- l'e wae neesarly on ver din- TO-NIGHT AT WHITE'S RESTAU- Svory and salatary All the Tean
t. rcnt bases and there was no incon- ANT Roa and Llked by All.
:tnc'" between them." RANT.R
SCIENCE SCORES AGAIN. Nearly all our vegetables and herbs
TAXING BACHELORS. appear originally to have passed
c P- ea'ation That Will Destroy the ...THE... through some preliminary stage in the
Danoruff Germ Discovered. Pe sIe* ave pte ars I I RmpaI n r I n laboratory of the medical herbalist be-
sri:;f- im Vr6aaw coeteMU K K fore being admitted to the full honors
a .ra;r, rm.'B, .,hr B elors as taWfrdstte orr lobatioD- Ui of the kitchen. The fact is not so
,., .. .... h.. ... no oab l r

- i- r, -;' t of ra ers for marriage bate formed the sub-
S ;i":" in h' shai~ : ject for legislation from the earliest
S' at r. c',-. times. Penalties hare often been im-
S a: ain ;,>;.- IJo?d on male ceibates in various
r".... -, -\" .):n.j countries. In promerta U asthe inter-
'. -.ests of the state were teiarded as
.- :., : ', I, *;',-or. alwve those of the individual the en-
S-: ,-- di~forcevmeut of marriage ws the more
S ; se er. 'In anclltt Sparta it was con-
s idered a patlsbable crime Obt to mar-
7 aI 4-M" Ti. rl Or to marry too late In life. In
l : Atens, though not severely punished,
:.?. i,, !-u:s-ur a,, celibacy was discouraged in early
!': a: x ,. -1:. Pen- times.
*".. s'anm s f, At Rome marriage was fostered by
. Cr; :c: ',j., IK~roit. positive penalties imposed on unmar-

Sried men and sometimes even o wom-
i en as well as by diserimiatnon in favor
i of beads of families. Is the allotment
of the Canr-n'q lands by Julius Cae-
Iar portions weR give only to the fa-
thers of three or mere cllt Under
Augustus a law was e& prohibit-
nlg unmarried perasms below the age
of sixty n men and fifty in women
from taking pos sion at a legacy, and
this was applied even to widows, who,
Sin order to emure their past of their de-
ceased husband's etate, were forced
Sto marry again within a period of two

WkeV Let .n as t1060h tey 3100
myes s Cou- se.
So far as Insects of the caves are
concerned the tos of sight which they
gradually mnaerge is sudcietly well
understood. The ft step is a de-
cree in th e number t the facets
which make up the compound eyes.
wit h a cortrspindlng dmlnnment of
the lenes and retina. After four or
five emeratoa the eyes become use-
les It tWM be moat interesting to
Ireed these or lter b bd reatures of
,c 'aves Is the lheIt, s as to find out
SIf they would et their eiht back.
i n all an1malk l& da g MCan, it is
Sound that satI tries to c.t.nsate
ifor loss at visWm by increasing th
I power o t menao t ,oo T Th the
attemise W car 1eMi po9 remark-
ably tebg.
It is rtWy Wim to fnd that nothing
i their behavior sb gts the fact
tast they eM bited TIay wal ran.
stop. exprM the grounded try to es-
cape from te grap of hn bnter i
fst as If they valw saw. The light
of a candle startle them as mech as
SIf they peretvedIt tally. It Is a
msrkiablet ft., preoin that the an-

that cc thrculd ste 1
eo aWtas as imy cli s.e, I

Mf IVPPstsange as it might at first sight ap-
pear, and Its results have certainly
IX I been to the general advantage of man-
kind, for. though for the most part the
old herbalist's prescriptions were of a
kind neither to kill nor curepti inves-
S tigations 9f the specific qualities of
A'/a- plants were often useful. The ancient
i^ seem to have regarded sage as an herb
of first importance to the physician,
Sand the many traqltions concerning it
refer almost entirely to this aspect of'
S 'the plant. "Why should a man die
who has sage In his garden?" was one
S i I' ', j J Iof the maxims of the famous school of
health at Salerno. The belief In its vir-
toes survived through the middle ages
Sand was handed down with unimpaired
vitality to quite modern times. The
writers of the sixteenth and seven-
teenth centuries were full of Its praises.
and there was hardly an ailment of
mind or body for which sage was not
pronounced a cnre or an alleviation.
Thence sprung the idea that as It was
thus generally wholesome and recom-
Mixes and Kneads mended by the faculty the housewife
might prudently admit a dried winter
Bread in 3 Minutes supply to her storeroom. And so this
"sovereign herb" gradually found its
way into the kitchen, of which it has
Hands do not touch dough; ever since remained an indispensable
adjunct; not that It at once lost all its
Simple, economical, Sanitary, medical attributes. "He that would live
Sor aye must eat sage in May" runs the
Easy to operate and clean proverb. But the cooks soon began to
take broader views. They pronounced
Sage to be equally savory and salu-
RICE tar all the year around and of special!
and peculiar value at the season of MI-
But this is advancing matters. Even
SI the best of thdigs eatable have had to
overcome prejudice and slowly make
.fIfAsId their way, and in the case of mere con-
comitants some help from the enconr-
I oPALOX 'w' asking hand of fashion has generally
1C been necessary. The rather nauseous
brew known as sage tea was so corm-

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i9999h 9 fSESlgF.. 9r 9 oo a mon a domestic medicine to our fore
PESALC A STEAM E fathers that they could not at once ac
Sept the herb in the character of a
BTEISG, LAE IS AR savory adjnnct. But we live and learn,
ahd the merits of sage as a modifier of
P OESSIE LrS, certain rich vrands began to be ac-
11 North Palafoz knowledge. It seemed to have a kind
PROMPT AND EFFIGCIET of natural affnity with roast pork,
SERVICE. goose and duck and presently became
WORK CALLED FOR AND the constant attendant of these dishes.
DELIVERED. Barly In the eighteenth century an ac-
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR knowledge authority laid it down that
PRESSING, $1.00 PER j "as to geese and ducks, cooks should
MONTH. s tafn them with some sage shred fine
PHONE, 675. and a little pepper and salt and the
EL L. REESE, M. E WHIS sme with a suckling pig."--Iams
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By Amsooiated Pres.
Helena, Mont., Aug. 18.-Tourth
Vioe-Preeldeit Dermody, of the Order
of Railway Telegraphers, received tel-
egraphic orders last night from Presi-
dent Perham directing that Dermody
take a vote of hiN division as to wheth-
er or not the'striking operators should
return to wok ad ena' the strike.
Mr. Dermody wilr take the vote of
out-of-town strikers by wire and will
report the reasit to President Perham
at St. Paul.
Vote Wae Unanimous.
Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 18.-The Pa-
cific division of the telegraphers voted
unanimously to continue the strike.
They were called upon by President
Perham to vote on the question. A
dispatch from Spokane says the strike
vote of that division of the Great
Northern'and Northern Pacific rail-
roads was announced' to-day, showing
a hundred men voted to continue the
strike, only seven votes being record-
ed as favoring end of struggle.

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clothes by coming down for drug store goods.

Just telephone us.

Our messenger will call for prescriptions and

deliver the medicine.

Or, tell us just what you want, and we will send
it out.

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Golastee ald -Disraeli. IPhone 189. Drufgist an
An odd scene in the htuse of com-
mons between Disraeli and his great
opponent, Gladstone. is recorded in the
diary of Sir M. E. Grant Duff, who re-
lates the story as he heard it: 94* o $.. ..044. ......
Gladstone was orationing away as to I
Disraell's proceedings and said. "This.' A A R
sir-this has been the course of the
right honorable gentleman and his \ e Have Knocke
satellites." He appeared then quite to
lose the thread of what he had been $L00, S5.C0, $10,00 will
saying. He looked at some papers and ever before
then seemed to appeal to Goschen, but
for a time he was quite lost. 17 pounds Granulated Sugar .....
Disraeli looked over a great paper 19 pounds Y. C. Sugar .........
be had In his hand and said very quiet- Whole Barrel, best Patent Flour
ly, "You got to satellites," as if he were 15 pounds lard ..................
speaking to a child who was saying his 2 pounds Beat Rice ............
lesson. 25 pounds No. 2 Rice .............
At last Gladstone appeared to recov- 30 pounds Cracked Rice ..........
er himself and said: Hams, good quality, per pound ...
"Oh! I am very much obliged to the Hams Best quality, per pound .....
right honorable gentleman. We will Hams, Pic Nic .................
leave the satellites and go on to some o Eggs, Tenn., 5 dozen lots .........
thing else." Eggs, Country, 6 dozen lots .......
A ClIat nRevolt. We have a thousand other Just
Some day there is going to be a ter- o mention. Phone, white, or come a
rible revolt In this country against the low cash prices.
boiled shirt We are not going to wear
boards on our bosoms surmounted y $ ~ IEO~- W PR 1
picket fences when the laundryman 127, 129, 131, 133 East
feels cross and cuts a saw edge on our Telephdne--Produoe De
collars. American manhood is going 04*..5e 4 i e# 44 44 e 0 :
to rise in its might some day and care-
fully drop the starch shirt over into
the next lot where the tin cans are. THE INDIAN'S GAIT.
Today we haven't the nerve to do it.
We are under the domination of social It 'Gve. Him Perfeet Salanee, With
and commercial propriety to such an Great Ecoomy of ioe.
extent that we do not dare to arise and A woodsman walks with a rolling
proclaim our freedom in the name of motion, his hips swaying an inch or
liberty o pesoo ana freedom of con- more to the stepping side, and his
science. Some day we will wear soft pace is correspondingly long. This
shirts and Sowing collars, and the man 'ip action may be noticed to an exag-
who wears a starched board on his gerated degree in the stride of a pro-
bosom aad a sheet iron ring around his fessional pedestrian, but the latter
neck will be known for the conceited walks with a heel and toe step, where-
and artflcitl ass that he really IL.- as an Indian's or sailor's step is more
Minneapolis Journal. nearly flat footed. In the latter case
the cr)er of gravity is covered by
?hr. I_.i.i ^ rfwt. -UIJLt .1an U_ JUlr v U

skrtaathsn .
Mrs. Browa-My 'easband says there
has been quite a shrinkage in the stock.
Mrs. Jones-I see. They have the samen
trouble in Wall street that we do in
dry goods-you can't always get goods
that won't ahrink.-New York Press.

NatureTells 0ou
As Many a Pensacola Reader Knows
Too Well.
When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Pensacola people testify to this.
J. M.. Bullard, a shoemaker, resid-
ing at 120 East Intendencia street,
says: "My kidneys have bothered me
off and on for years. The secretions
A ere irregular, distressing and annoy-
ing. After sitting at my work my
back would become lame and sore,
and ache severely. I procured Doan's
Kidney Pills at Sidney Kahn's drug
store, Number A, South Palafox street,
and while.I cannot say that they cur-
ed me, as I have only used one box,
they have gives me marked relief. 1
have a friend, a carpenter, who
swears by Doan's Kidney Pills, and he
often told me ie considers they are
the best remedy for the back and kid-
neys that he ever used.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cedts. oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


bout our establishment
n our drying machine.
Se don't let any of it
Snto our advertise-
ments. We guarantee
qur work. (Send us your
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S-" . M .t. Phone 114.

WU \ IuI footl. jue poise is uas slure
as that of a ropewalker. The toes
are pointed straftgt forward or even
a triple inward, to that the inside of
the heel, the cmmtlde of the ball of the
foot and tie smaller toes all do their
share of work and assist in balancing.
Walking in the woods In this manner
one is not so likely either to trip over
projecting roots, stones and other traps
as he would he if the feet forns-?
hgoks by pointing outward. The ad-
vantage is obvious in snowshoeing. If
the Indian wers turned to stone while
in the act of stepping the statue would
probably stand balanced on one foot.
This gait gives the limbs great con-
trol over his movements. He is at
ways poised. If a stick cracks under
him it is because of his weight and
not by reason if the impact. He go~
silently on and with great economy
of force. His steady balance enables
him to put his moving foot down as
gently as you would lay an egg on the
table.--Field and Stream,

Full sixteen summers, Geraldine,
Have passed since you agreed to
In spite of what might Intervene.
Anu' here I am before the gate.
'Twas here-you see, I don't forget-
I kissed you-not upon the brow-
You wept so hard the grass was wet-
How many children have you now.
You told me then that you would wait
With sure and constant trust for me;
My oldest boy is nearly eight,
My little girl will soon be three,
'Twas here I vowed that I would earn
The world's sincere regard some.
You married the next fall, I learn-
How many children have you now?
-Chicago. Record-Herald.

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Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building. dd painting
and give personal attfhtton to work.
932 I. Strong, and 824 st: LaRua
streets. --..
McKlnzie Oerting & Co., Ihblesale
and retail ship.-cadler ad- eers,
the only frst-elassBhou* s the kind
in Pensacola. Ptilr prices to all.
Why use inflerr '-paper, hin you
cab buy Kelso 'Bn4 rmb ne- Dimity,
Kar -LUesa, orcaines -tW at 0. V.
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.... .......... ............ $3.00
.... ..... ................. 1.00

... .......... ........... 1.
.... ... . . ............ .. $1.00
... ..... ............. ... .13
.. ... .... .......... ......... .14
...... ....................... .09
........... ................ $1.00
... ..... .................. $1.00
Such bargains, too numerous to
Lnd see us. Take advantage of these

Government Street,
-pt., 29. Grocery Dept., 223.
vap a&yA0aq'.&'q A PAW9W9







There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third f/edne3-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
ent. z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DELAY, President.
Pensacola Ledge No. 3, K. of P.,
meets every Monday evening at 8:00
o'clock at their Castle Hall, Blouat
Watson huildig. corner Palafox and
Garden streets Visiting brethren Ocr
dially welcome.
J. H. BREWrON, C. 0
H. RORSLEI. K. of R. &A .
Rathbone dodge No.
30 K. of P., meet every
STkn.rsday evening at 8:00
o'clock In their Caatle
bha, third floor. Bloant.
Wpatsou building, szth-
t we1t corner PJalao. and
Garden streets Vulstin kught are
cordially we;cocied-
a B. CERUTI, 6. .
C Levy, K. of I. & &
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hail,
No. 8 West Intendea-
cla street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An
vitation is extended
to visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand KnightL
ensacola Lodge Ne. 4, L 0. Q. .
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. O. p
meets every Thursday evening at 7:9
at the new hall on Wet urter
street. Vlitings brethren eordtawy
invited. T. O. STINSON,
B R. WITKOVBI, Secretary.
Naomi LAode No 10, Rebekah #
terms ceets every Monday 2nlt as
8 o'elok in L 0. 0. H. aL
tUin sisters cordially Invited to 'G
W.O.W. "
Uve Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W.
meets in Pythian Hail 1ot "ad *
Wednesdays In each maLth
sovereigns cordally invited.
L SuL M. BROOltb Clerk
Oak Gove, Lodge No. 4, WOOi
Circle, meets every Thirsday at I
m. Visiting sovereign cordiallry
ad. MRS. M. B. OLsgm
M. &. B. A. No. 81 meets irtm
third Wednesday evening at 7:-
m, Rafford Hall, No. 10 Weat Id
dencia Street
A. .a rauu. Pr


On Tuesday, August 22, the
of the bankrupt stock of Peter
will be sold at auction at 607 iSo
afox St.
C. y MA3BU0 i-u6 a

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d Apothecary. 121 S. Palafox.




fL* .r who looks af-
S.f nn (!of irrezu-
awak. at ::ightF--
S--Th running out new
1 r17 c nothing
**. ne sou. long- man.
;*'r;s r perfect and
wi- 'hp service (
r 'a; ;.lnr. Extra-
Crtra-th:.; men may
a *. '* *o $15.00
between. The
ht newema and the
Is perfect.
as. i f you have an
.'*u (CLn : be fitted.

\\hy Pay More?


Phone 297

C. and PalafoxS ts


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ThTLi HE STRO: A 'I s:. A StILY OLX ttMr.t;E was to have ths on OTor."

Me.I sgt: -. ,dot's a !arre-tgnetlawl. I just Posted gmoin eye so as,
I%, tgt......t.: He e do. "oFne! ktobbo e once:

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'. a, ; 'A SIGN THAT sEVER FAILS. id,

T-1 ,, Lac ,is it~ I {. tt tGrace: "Do you believe in signs?-.i.

'.The Haughty Reaut: "h wmavose n' ometbe to gd te d.o i o..ii
at's a ue in ht qio ofali

L ij' t'a y n ~ ~ ~ o : m s I T m y Oa m m a f~i

TheD s4?,I
but you have iven me the d coe eeswvnyh.isdeo

The Major's
The- JuI '- r)l,)
th, nrr.J.r r,-,ify

,a;iled a,-'l F vt ly.

Painlees Dentistry *

hit. ( :fr-PW # wr. i -" r
Vtr 'y ^t-it ..

I yrell;, l,-ll. ,' lh- mi;rrl' 1 ,er-r only "J-::m have you any mlspl.llh-'l
bto 'Sat h'e W;l.t-'l a I-gi1oo hourlkeetp- wor'lkt ?'
oe." "N-n-no., lr."
"And r.'.w I Iut'pr: r he" wlixh-s h- "T'hen what have you grot 'em on th*:
r 'Mld give- her :. nrr;tlh' wAirrlnK." bill of fre forf"



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Speak g-ntly. In a soothing tone.
You''l find unless you do
The girl who rans the telephone
Wi!l make life hard for you.

The Reot oa t
Quatnl aIm.

W . L :e o -- I
'lf the
Man P.-;_-j*
Xr- He-- (
m~d~y) -V
Seldom re!-

IWith No A-:
ta WI"--

'of to3rr..2e
&th!e &t; --
I t~elle

One advantage had od man L;.'
SIn this world of trouble ar.: :r:e--
Wher In after years he got tre -
' e could go home and lick :s -A '


Host (to minister, who is his guest)l Leek heel You are always remind-
Ig me to respect your cdoth, I wih to goodm you rould pay a little more re.
ept to minel"

SwerliKt n- -Your ouurt-een-year-oll Pete-Tor,ays there Is only one girl
daugater u. Crm to bt a very c able in a the orm for him.
a.ri. Jeek-s-Tha'Jus t pke Tom's exag-,
Jenkns--Oh. yes. She has her moth- .eratieW. h kno weM enough there
er and me under erteot central. Im,'t ct q' ...

8he-e-And are you re sL o tr.uch
twAtetr since you retired tvrm yotr
t-lp abroad?
Ile-Yes. indeed. rM wtte another
man, I assureyou.
She-Weu, rm m F ooa n gM
will be de*liqhte ton

I-~'s 1

"Horseshoes bring good luck. t is
"Did you ever have your wife take
F,-- w i <-- < -* -- --. --
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Visitor-Can you
population of this
The d---Yep!
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4-. 4.- t ..r

S* "I thw Miss1 Owli wdteM ws going to marry the duke, my dler."
She we, hut ho h 4 ebked her father easing the order."

tell me. my lad, the He da"ceO t wik &I4IM wmer. His lwdsbip--Will your fat be t
town? "How goeo d lipt 'IW --ssL the Lldoaj
Me and 14,M1 other SE dt ameG mt4h qic- b1ear
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The JournaPs Classified Cah Advertisements

ret-&-word soe* ixrtDl. X io xdv rtiMment taken lfor 1I0s" 2e. tX pell Arte0 by tMhe month.
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4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00....$ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50'per month, property well
located and good renters....$14'50
S6-room house on East Belmont
street, a nice home.......... $1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house ...................... $2000
715 N. Baylen street........... .40.00
304 N. Spring street........... 25.00
21 West Romana street........ 17.50,
814 E. Strong street............ 17.60i
Dwelling near Stoddard's...... 12.50
31b% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 S. Palafox street.
207 B. Government street.
At the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.

Fisher Real Estate Agency
Phone 87. 206 South Palafox.

S 7,. rent 53 o 7 room WANTED.-Men to distribute our
,r'i Hill with modern! samples, $3 daily, steady, no can-' TOR SALE.-Pi otoscope for sale at
.. la1w of this or first passing. "Oliver" 108 36th street, bargain price. A great money-
Wr-: S.. care Box Chicago. It maker. Owne- leaving country. Ap-
13aug.lw* ply H. V. Garlard, Hospital, Ft. Bar-'
- -- WANTED.-Woman, white or colore-d, rancas. 13aug.lw*
;;,*,..- wvth $,.000. to stay on promises. Good home f)r,
S-l. hb:v hit i:crest n Lice party. Apply at 18 N. DeVille:'s. GROW GINSENG. Large Ironfts.
:,* !-.. biuin ; i7auglw. Room in your garden. Roots for sale.I
.ar wool null; hae Write today for literature. Bucking-
:. auds' A- WANTED.-Young man, about 18 ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O.
.:I,, lle, Fla. ears old, t> work in grocery store. 13aug3mos.
j Address in o-u handwriting, stating
salary wanted. P. 0. Box 164, City. AUT'-Only run tour months. Good
S or. ).-k byyonlg lhuglw*I as new. Finest bargain in second-
S, m.. .a..... .. n hand machine ever offered. See Dr.
S r J WANED-Youg man to clerk at hillips Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm"
l7aul~4t* Hooton's Pharmacy. Only one
S v-ho wants to learn the business need -FR ALE OR RENT-Nw modern
S l'"Y n-. safe. apply. 12alwFOR SALE OR RENT-Nw moder
iA. i ^d.:" are 12aug w two-stfry residence, good neighbor-
u' : ;'; COOPER WAN/TED-P aaent od East Hil, near cars. A. C. Bik.
Ssition for steady reliable white man. le. Thiesen building.
,o and Must be sober and have good referen- FOR SAL,E-Upright Kimball Pianu
.t :-: !. ces. Address Pen cola Tar and T. for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov-
o:. .. Ptr- petine Co., Bohemia, Fla. laug ernment St. 4aUg1m
1 .; w. erm* St. ] ''W

I :1 No We

Ti) 1' :.1v au cura, oos
:'.' -acoi *': in Santa
f c casu. Ad-
~. . M:.- T~t>r. Santa

:T-Tlhe 'Merccants Tran-fer
I:.J your nmolln; and haumnr.
."ge ;Jazua!tced. T. B. Thor-
Phune .47b. 1Sjunclm

-- WANTED--Servant girl at occe for FR SAL-Kill the germs of fever-
zt' ogneral homework. Apply 318 West ora'er a barrel of slack lime today.
* P llmont street. auglm* Phone 367. 4auglm

WANTED.--Agibts din 4frent coun-'
ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe
aud 1.ock o.'s Me aid Burglar Proo:
af,. and Valt Fixtres o every
cnscription. Wrte nme fo terms.
Scarrit Morao. Pebsaola, 4Via Flor-
ida State Agent. 28June.
Any intelligent person any earn a
good income correspondiag for news-
papjers; no canrasatng; eapertene

FOR SAlE-Beautiful block In New
City. Tract No. 312. Flr c-h $600.
Apply to A M. McM4llan, Court Housa.

GO TO i URUt A I0or l ia lal
Caumes loaded and load re
of ch.rg. He makes bes0 photo.j
graphs ims ie south. 3 ysu a lead
rc. lJaa.


If you want to buy a place on the Wa.
ter Front cheap.
Takes a 6 room house, barn, wharf
and 2 boats, row and sail. The house
is practically new and has good lot,
5 minutes of electric line and close to
iard road. This place can not be
duplicated at $1800.00. It will be
worth your while to investigate this
$10,000.00 to loan in small or large



4 room house, rents $7.00..:...... 600
2 houses, renting $10.00.......... 800
Neat cottage, near Palatox...... 2350
3 houses, renting monthly
$18.00 ....................$1600 00
5-room cottage. East Hill
(New) ................... 1500 00
3-room cottage E. Romana ... 850 00
4 houses renting monthly
$22.50 .................... 1850 00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................. 1750 00
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00
4-room house, W. Romana....$ 850 00

Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents


200 Theisen Bld'g


Money to Loan.

$10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. in.

Colected.. Money Loaned.

2I 8. Palafox, Fisher Building

ProessiuIal Directory.


terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley. *PECIALIST
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in 01ce 71/, S. Palafox St.
amounts from $600.00 up? We have Ofc Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. 6aug PATTILLO CAMPBLL,
MONEY TO LBND-On goog reals .
tat security, or on good collaterl, A~tto aeytLAaw
at lowest rates. Leslie Brooks Room 406 Thin Building.
Fisher building. Jaa o Then Bulding.

MONNY ;OANfl s a a ai "UMR
Midk i persul PropertY. payable
M onthly. Wen Ie eseI
aft.=*. J. A. Wllacv, 221 W.
;4o_0-0 a, SaLbGUr buri b=
foofts. 24"

3a14rUi1505 &

s 6004 a m
ma govt

MONEY bOANED on sl kinds of pd
gonal property on short notice
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. pstair
2IA South Palafox St., Phone 1144

U -IMITrED amunut o mol M to loa
es of personal pnolrtop
to boaiesas BaS o5 par
at.i ath New fork Loas Co, 2o11
gmt* PatoK

coulra's PawShe.
402 8. PALAFOX ST.
Wlataksd Chai!ns#'Es and all kiads
a oofttiwl ItY at lowest rte @*
Iteret. Dbgainal s l uan mdeme

i 4A n to loan, in amounts of
) UUUU $500.40 and up at 7 and 8
per ceu interest Thos. C. Watson
& Co. s ia ug


:I:-To buy for cash, a few necessaryr. Bend for yuculars. I -%P R oVI
Auw-rican :Na ional Bjnk Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport. PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for
S *, price. Addrs J. L. J., N. Y. 13JuMe3m sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-. FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar-
m n2m* ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonitay, Fla. den St. 13auglw*
- 22J1ylm*
S ::; Your eiecrc work of aU FOr Sal FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
1 ,i u( ceean your fans, re- WALL TINTS by experts; results Hayne and Belmoat streets. Apply
S, cmo. aotlarwirg, e' IR SALE.-Sand for sale. about 500 guaranteed. Fairchild and Roe, Phone W. S. Garfeld. 12jul
!c.aia rcaf" Ba3en (trets i ""ad. delivered or undelivered. Le- 484. 12July1m
ljuneLn.. i E. Brooks, s br building. I FOR RENT-New five-room cottage
-. : 'uglw. FOR SALE.-TWo pair extra fine, on car line, comer I'th. street and
-j cO,. rc(Lived a.t. her young mules, sound and in good'M avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
.-.;,.:ed pure olive oil, FOR SAIE--aoda fountain, stock of condition. Also one -horse Stude- galery. 12July
:. .. ;ions, half gallons confectioneries and cigars, located baker wagon.,W. S. Garfeld. 4june.-Rei e lay
-itt Palafox street. Can be had at bar- FOR RENT.-ResidenCe lately o.
--- ain if purchased at once. Apply Es- FOR SALE-One Choice block on top cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
'oe Go. PenacoL Iamnbia Realty Co. 15aug. rof wCe ridge eat of the electric LaRua street. Apply to R. MCar
!',:: r. 1:-.L The Journal railway, between 7th and 8th street& 48 5. Palatox street 7Jun*
. ....p:: for fo '-.'. MR SALE.--Car load of fine Ten- Nature has favored this section and it
X a ,c': n d can nessee horses. Can beseen at Pous cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. FOR RNT-Twenty-room bouse, cor
.-c ,k:-,, g ior 'f abe. Mc'Jillan & Turtou. 15aug.' ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
or 30.0. .00 ICHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs Suitable for boarding house. Apply
-' .e ;-;.aisa cr FOR TRADE-Thirty acres of lan.l, Makes fowls especially well flavored to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra.
712 niles northwest of city, near The cheapest food to be found. F. & gossa. 26mtt
S- - ard road. for property on East Hill. Me!!en & Co, Phone 834 loct
.... Ha *;:e nd transf-r Address W. P. B, care Journal. ....
.' ;.oe Residen-e i-,, uglw*ce J FOR SALE-At a sacrtflo turnlture Misoillean ouS
.a ':e, 2-s R s. store, stock and accounts. Call at
__ __ 25mch ,FOR SALE--Good paying grocery, 18-140 E. Intendencia. Sa Notice of Removal .
* -' -r, for e --ourn---,- (heap rent store, living rooms in I have moved my store to 34 S. Pal-
S *: .a T uJ Caournals connection. Store doing good cash FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long afox, where I will be glad to see my
Sh ui h a ar n l.usine. Hou-ehold furniture also 10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, customers. I have a full line of em-
. ..e or sale. Reasns for eUling. am leav- speed 8 mle hour; IS H P Barber brder goods stockand also new
.e UreF of e a -- speed 8 niiej nour; lY H. P. Cbero r .. and
a-- s -c scnlal esr ent5'. n ciy on account of sickness. Tele- soline eugni in good order; will stamping patterns. Mrs. H. V. Re
.' J"ur.3; oice. phone 1064. llauglw seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice it, dal. auglw
taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.
'; S 'o :a 1d Corn, Ot FOR SALE-13 Brber Chairs for sale. Government St. 15augIm TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES VA-
,v,,d mea, sacks out CC 6095.j)*Iaf~x St. langlm* ILISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly
s icited- Write as.a FOR SALE.-Stcre and 7 room prompt repaired, aF B.Bruce's
S .: C 20marh ha bock 211 Lot 60xl00; city watery Titles per- big repair shop. Send them down
C 0arh FOR SAIZ-SOuth halt block $11, o 0.0. ..watedr. i2931y2w
wns your fronting 400 teet on l3th street, by feet; 3200. N. AndreW, 7
S uaant-esaU 137zz feet on Bay Vew Pk; also alafox St. u.PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
630 south half of block 212, fronting 400 tuning and repairing. Guarantee
feet on 14th St. by 13 i feet on Bay FOR SALE.-A good paying business satifaction. 17 years experience. J.
K.\ tLP.k HTou o. View Park. The only property adjoin- located on Falafox St. established Conrad Scott, 244 K. Gregory. 28JJullm
S .5t. Jeweryu an any sale 'ing Bay View Park that is now for several years, cash or part cash and
S'acted. We pay as& sale. The beautiful view down the balance on eazs payments. Address ROTULTAR MAIL LINB-Good coa ey
... : P. o. Box 33. CIty. bsaou and doix the bay can never be P. O. Box 637. 15auglW* aoe for traveling public. Daily
16dec obstructed. A. V. Clubs. 30jly ve each way. From Chipley to Bay-
Ai-L. a USIL.\M is oU r FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- hed Address J. M. Tuggle. Ohlpley,
and your busa:n. wilUFOR SAi _.-lr e .se I old Berkshire herd toar, Duke 3 of. 24 a
at'euni D. Hale Wil- 30t bS ieks ro PaIS. tlot V. Florida. No. 68,923. Also softe Ine
S21 on -Wo a-M FMWr 'rtta"r. yo young pigs. 1 aix-montts-,ld boar. all RAL ESTATt
qauire olf es800f = registered and transferred. Carl Set- ",L BT]ATE la all parts at ety.
-,._ 29 Jan. terlind. Chipley, Fla. 13jly so buy the gomnd and we wal
LOST i i ofld your bow* on g time pr-
FOR SALU-8 econd-had cash regist -a ale o I W0on im p Ca
tar .in permit cIndftaM. Will .'l l 90 1. I l o,.
SF ;; ,Hal cash or on tlw eA t b ugain. Can D ard and Rooms. T LO NG-- L Diam d, T .
.a g,, hat pin be seen at Jame MeIRh's. 2mca ost's clothfl e eaed, pread aad
.aie. Re- OR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, prepared on short aice. Na 11)
SO inu U w At to bay r rU l aytlnT electric light phone and bath. Large slW t Oo ern t St., Pensacols.

IUNZALIZ a. co, Prps
6TQK F~j..O.
*oarie ~:J s:r feed from

A uMttls wa 4 wla bdrIg weaderful
results. cat is M m Ie a ldcknt
to defY.
FOR SALE.-rIm Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vaul Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe ani
Lock Company ot CIclncati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before bilgft iswbem. Scar-
ritt Morem% 'bM I
aSne .. ..

front room, with bay window. 10 N
Palatox, Phone 65, 2 rings. Sauglm*
PARTMIS who want to rGr* bmasM,
team or anything lse er te
mauer, will find The Journal Want
Ads a gret help.
BAT HOTEL-Open night a-u day.
warpean pUS. Rooms lght sad
cdft Tra3i t tra a5 I
DPW fjtJtV 1 ILIli 1

CENTS per head. we will haul out
dead horses. c ec. Ldve orders
as 36 t B tote-ea.e Herring

J. PORLTE. ailmaker, 71 Son
pWlftx test.W Order" t ake to
s la rntngs s am* rteae a"
14*6 -a" VNIM lraasa SUM

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PHONE 559.

Attornmeyad Coun or at Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

rSLM 800 ,Thilsen B'd. Phone 734
^ *


Fisher OviUitig, A04W South Palafox

'O ,NC6 ,26.

Room 8, Brat Building. Phone, 86.


Men Od womn to Ic r ihe country
Sand find out thty can "dean rt good
oney an realty cte offering.

Homes on Easy Terms.

WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashier.

W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Cashier.



of Ponsaoola, Fila


F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Win. H. Knowles
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G, Brent


July 30th to be ab-

sent until August


Manufacturers of
and Dealers in

Punsa, St. airews and

U1 Stm kiip 0C.

W. BARROW, Master.


And all polnfts *n t. Andrews Bay,
Carrabille andd Apaa"hicola.
Leave P eola Sunday, 880 p.
m. or MobU Ala.
aflAS PelaW, Tuesday. 8:30 p.
Sm.. o t. aqI Millvile, Apa.
la icol rtb and intermediat
points. *
ow ddd itioMiforannhaton apply t
R. I- COBB, r Preidmt,
e n. it. a' ss. ACt.


Beginning I Ty, August 21, the
passenger bbat Ri er will make the
following realAr thips between Pen-
sacola am -Wtrrlnigtn:
bIyxO Sopt Sunday
Leave Arrive
WaOlng$ :SO=,''amn Pensacola 9:1654n
Peacola a:3pa|i Wtrrington 8:16pm
ure r .a tripp 26 cents.
FPre, ldr_.v uandr 12, 15 cents.
1 odW trios, aWelts $2.00.
10 rodt4 tE.S uI er 12, $1.25
For frt tjawis-Ay to
^' *. Owser.

We draw our own Bills of Ex.
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Swede, Denmark, and
other European o0untrtes.

Vessels disbursed upon the Moet
Favorable Term, and their eil.
gatlons taken Payable at Port of
Destination Tan Days After Ve-
eel Arrives there.

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters,

Savings D epattment-lnterest Paid on Do-
posits at Rpte of 4 per eent per Annum.
H.I __ I I

L. HILTON GRKB.N, Paxslllsm. T. A. W KLLKEs, Vlcz-PtXsi~Lant.
R. M. bVSu~anLL, CASaHia. MANSFItLU MOUENO, Assar. CAsuia
Citizens National Bank,
of PensMco a, Florila.
Geo.W Wright, Morris Besr, T. X. Wl'Sea

Rix M. Robinson. L. Hilton Green.

J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFEE, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President

Directors-L J. R'.eves, 4. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. Cary,.
W. A. O'AJemberte T. A. Jehnings.
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Offlcs-No. 3 South P"alsf street. Telephone, 93.
Yards Zarrgol n and sales s!trets l -Poa.

John Masey.

Jackson Brandon.

T. D. AdsW&

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Intendeneta Si -- Ben Pa .
Baylen St*. CFM
No Job to big or small for us We do wprk in any part of th
',."v t nl als) onrslMe the city.
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We have about Five Thousand Dollars to loas in amounts of five
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent interest.

$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on Wlast Hill, rents at $96 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality wih1
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's sta-
$6000--Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palatox
street, renting at $800 a year, if sold at once.
$2250-Iarge one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400-Two-Story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Twostory dwellig on North Hill if sold at once.
*750-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
$325-Desirable lot on East 11111, 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.

Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
HiM, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once .. ................ ?... ................ $... 4000.00

Those. C. Watson & Co@
Cor. Palafox and Garden Street.


No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Henry L. Covingtoa, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Brn unwod, W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan Dunody O E. Maura,
Frank leilly, 0W. L. Cauathon,
W.WoL. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. E. Brawner, McKenzle Oerting,
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Cov!ngton.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
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Buyr ne today. Every h d of a fmily
should bgin now to buy a home. We
can strt yu right.

*mra-coa investment Co.
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a II that is if you hav a gas range in your kitchen. nl
S AinillM Then. too. 1; p A Policy in THEE
A -GASAU Ne/ 0 so cowvi r. ;
OIW Will be &gla to talk to you about the matter and Knowl
TROUSERSPr. ts. i. finch Wites of Won- Engagement Savoring of Old-Time
She attire for ehot l Results Accomplished j PENSACOLA GAS CO. Duel Between Two Regular
weathfr-coo1, easy and k 2 Phon" 143.
comfortable. Get an Out- 11 27 East Gardp Stet Phon 3. Army Men.
irg Suit. There's two or Editor Tilt II lillUlIlifl i l t lltlttSI Kll *a11-fl;ifh t Ill AilMtt lt The Unio0 CI I
*hreo months more of hot Edftor Pensacola J.,rnral: e .' -- -... Special to The Journal.
Some time ago there came to my S aT.B ca, u.
weather. Don't class ours notice through the columIns of The nt. Barranca, Aug. 18.-Two pri-
with the kind that wilts Journal a editorial from one of the COMFORT. CORDIALITY. CUISINE. tes. Morris and Wenorf, both of been a lower death ra
down after a few days- state papeM briefi touching on the ssng since Sund ay, have been -ateret te tha
war. They are ,arefullv wonderful results of irrigation in agri- U T sng since Sunday, and it is gen rted.uld be eer fo
ear. ey are cw culture, and also prophesying that its SoT Merall T E L r d thouhsl that thec c desert.
made and will keep their introduction, or, more properly, its They are dressed in civilian clothes.
shape. employment in Florida would, at some Penscola, Fla. First Sergeant John Gebeline. g & N
Florda indall p ilt, atecome PeHn sacola Fla Twenty-second .company, arrived back
future da-y, in all prol.bloity, become ROOMS WIT RUINNINU WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS. here Wednesday from a furlough of
Ask Us What $10 heal"it nomban goA
Ask Us W hat $10rallieanee to its fact#%n. m LARGE $AMPLE ROOMS. tour mon-th&. He spent the time visit- -- --
There is little doubt that in some Sp cial Wm kly Rates for Table B ar d. ing olN -friends in the Fatherland. -.
W ill DA. i quarters l prophea u met with more WF. L. WEN, Manager. Captain H ilton. of Twenty-second tW~u~tlollntoWwnys n
W ill Doo.o quarters b propubemy met with more F. "- u, WEN, Manager. company, will leave shortly for Fort -shortlyforFort
specting both its prw-ticib!lity and Formerly of Windsor and A gon Hotels. Jacksonville, Floida. d Monroe, Ala., where he will remain aIW
profitableness. ______.__________________ two months in the artillery school. r
Therotaeness.l st m Captain Pierce arrived the's week On
There naturally exists among e aI and will have command of the Twen-
WJ white great many people a propensity to in- ---- and will have command of the Twen-
OmmAIcredulity; a great part 3f. mankind are soming forth in th fulnes of Its sprinkling nozzle, rain the water upo company. n r
Snclined to regard with skepticism and new-born glory, this little farm, i the plants and earth in very much the The canIeen at Fort Pickens was' MACHINERY
Ouitter to Men and Boys distrust every new movement or idea well kept and cultivated, becomes the' same way that nature herself does forcibly entered Monday night and FORGINGS, MILL AND
20 207 S Palaf which marks the slightest deviation pleasing central figure in a natural the work. robbed. The depredators effected STEAMSHIP REP
20 207 S. from the beaten paths and sacred cus- landscape at once beautlftl and pic- A Great Savina their entrance through a window.. prompt attention etreP
thPhone 225. s ca tnl s, or the past. o turesque. The farm consists of six O A Great Sav. About forty dollars in cash was taken for Jame McKay & Co.'s cS
thisclass of thinkers, or, perhaps, I acres of nearly level loqd and lies in O course it is not necessary to from the cash drawer, which was Chains of all descriptions.
might SaY, to this class of non-think- a quadrangular body. r th center water a crop artificially so long a. found on the outside of the building, Offi Phone 123.
ers, the editorial above referred to of the garden s a large ta some rature provides moisture sufient besides a considerable amount of can- Redece Phoe 02
could scarcely hope to make a reason- ffteen or twenty feet from the ground. for a vigorous and natural growth; teen gooas. There is no clue as to Re ldenca Phone 1021
QULF CITY able ddreEs. By them it was regard- Close by stan,.s a small house inf but there are dry periods every sum- who are the thieves. Z%. Sa%t ILUUS MlI4ii Im
L r no doubt, as nothing more than a which a gasoline engine is installed.! mer and even sometimes in the. An embronlio, which savored of the --
pa-ssing fabrication of an abnormal This engine pumps water from c. near- ring, when If water in proper quan- old days when dueling was common, *******
imBut, thaginere aton few who do not al- by spring (?) and fills the tank when- titles can be supplied, crops may be took place bet.veen Sergeant Jim[
C PJI fflI DnR But, there are a few who do not al-wver necessary. Radiatlng from the saved from a reduction of from 25 to Hennesoy and Q. :. Sergeant Mock.
everlnecessar'. Radiating from thet50 r n .. Y Q" " g nlIM
VlU lllm l & Dye ways look with fear anns suspicion on tank as a center is a system of pipes 50 per cet of their yield. This of Twenty-second company Wedne- ||ITY N
W k ideas and theories new, in view of the -iron pipes of about two Inches in mounts to something if the crop day night. The two sergeants were in
Fact that this is an age of Invention diameter are used-which, laid about grown is of any value. If a full crop Pensacola in the afternoon and had ,
and discovery--an age in which new twelve inches under ground, carry i worth $100 per acre and it is re an altercation. On arriving home in It will ,Y v0 to iBvesti e
ideas and new truthsIarecomingnto,, okucedwsvperrchnterytorougrtemthera remark
EMBERSHIPand ne truts are coming to water to all parts of the farm, the ced per cent by drought there a state of alleged semi-intoxication.
IiEM RNHIP RATEH 1.o PER light wIth such rapidity and such pipes at no place being farther apart ac loss of m per acre, $15 ron six Mock was overheard to remark tha e -
Made and nts Clothing cleaned. force as to incline many of us to the than one hundred feeL' acres. Sometimes a crop I s reluced ,he would make Hennessy fight a due. ardw
ly es and ents ired. Goods called other ertr' ie--credulity. Thus we by half. According to the reckoning and the news was carried to Hennfs-
and retired. Goods called foi see that mankind is ever laboring be- The Plan in Detail, above there is under such.shortage a sy, who at once went to Mock's quar- We also handle Paints, 0i
ABELL & FINCH, PROP&. tween the two extremes of credulity The farm. containing as it does, loss of $300 on six acres. ters, looked through the open window
140AELL Government St, and increulity-belef and unbeliet, about six acres, is in dimensions about The operator of the farm I have and saw Mock sitting at a table with, We Can o hyOU
Phone No. 163. Penacola, .. d o assume and maintain a mean six hundred feet long by four hundred just described, declared that his two big pistols in front of him. Hen-
position h ertween theae extremes i feet wide. Now, when I say the pipes tables were given pre-eBirminence over sy jumped' through the window
the thing o be dcsirea anr sourr: radiate from the tank as a center, II m et dgeaoe to the and seized the guns and backed Mt ck eaunders M
TURP Tafter by all who wtl t"., tai'" tru;h, do not mean that they radiate as do;marketi' due alone to the fact of th'ilout of the room and around the mei:.,e pe
TURP NTINE TILLS But. howe,r pro,. --ou- ad irr- the rad; from the center o a cirle.uperior flavor and more perfect ma-hall where Corporal white placed
|,ncilrible to recog'nzeA facts truth T Is different altogether. There islturlty resulting from irrigation. Rnboth men under arrest. The affair *Office 29East Gard
i my tomietimes appear, ye truth is ,;e large pipe articulating with the sdes the superior quality of his ve created a great deal of excitement c
MCMillan BTrOS. b truth and no aon~t of sophistry can ank which empties upon reaching tables the gardener told me that beand both men will be tried by court FaCtOryl North Pa af
Overturn it. o, -whenever we are the ground into one of equal size that as repa for all expense by the partial. Both s eas are old sold-
Manufacturers, rourh face to face wih a new fa:t laid arose the farm to within fifty Increased output of his farm under! ar3 having had several v ar s service
Sor truth wead best to seek to un- feet of the border on either slde. Th irrigation. t ih h tw mnh To do.
MOBIL ALABAMA. dermand rath. r than avoid it. pipe, therefore, is not more than 300 I have submitted the facts as near- On account of the hot weather a:
-.- -. Windmill Irrigation. feet in length, and leading out from ly as ossi but will refrainfantry drill and parade have been
T SM A KT .Now. with these preliminaries. I this at right angles are four smaller drawing any individl con onC ut out until further By or-
shall proceed to relate a few facts pipes on either side which run paral- JAS. H. FINCH. ders of C. 0. there will be no po
M A and personal observations in conne-, lel each to each, and extend to within fatigue between the hours of 10 a. m.
t.on with irrigation, not wit. the hope fi ty feet of the end-borders of the Asthma Sufferers Wuld Know Thi and 3 p. m.
of wholly setting aside the prrFoster- farm. The plan is not carried out ex- Foley's, Honey a h Tar has cured The Ninth company will go to, Arrived
Naval Stores Marke ousness of the idea of irrigation n actly as I have outline, but it con- many cases of asthma that were cn- Pickens September 1 to relieve th Penrith Castle, Br s, Lewis 2337
Savannah, Ga. Aug. 18.-The naval this countr.- but simply for the pur- fcrms in its principal features to the sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- Fifteenth company, now stationed Galveston to master
su:Jes uarKieL clos t(-da) as uF pose of informing some of the readers &s.-ription I have given. The total ing, 701 West Third Wt'eet, Davenport, there. Cleared
Iows: of The Journal with re.,pect to who, amount of piping for such a system, Iw wrSoperga. Ital as Gustavino, 2673. f-
W ....................... 5 15 being done along this line in other ,,verng ix across. s about 2,300 feet, welveyarsagowane tedntil it ga .
WG .................. 4 S5 to 4 90 states of the Soath and with what and no point in the farm is more thanfially gew into astoa. The best They Appeal to Ou Sympathies. 3ialaga witl 14-9.000 ft sawn imber.
N .................... 4 4.5 o 4 50 success the efforts are a:nled. f-f'v feet from the water pipes. medicall skill available could.not giva The billions anl dyspptc are can- 341,000 s t lum ber or Genoa.
y- ................. 4 :2. to 4 30 is a la': not g .-arayiv know 'al in At convenient intervals along the m more than temp y relief. ey annt sufferers and appal To our tm niber, 1.630 tons s n hate rock.
K .................... 4 'o 45 one stioneyn of Kaa: a of pp ns pu ar arranged me- o and Tar was recommended and pathles. Ther is nnot one of them. l r Ber.1g tn s er o.
4 2i to 4 one sc'itn of Kansa,- a s:,:-em of pipe lns plus art arranged some- one iifty-'ent bottle entirely cured me however, who may not he brought Tapton, Br ss. Gunderson. 230)i. for
I ............................. 4 15 v 7n uimi :rris; ati,.n ha.- ')((n i:., s1,- "-hi, after tl .e fa -h ion of alre piu-,s in one fifty-,ent bottle en-tirely cured m e howover, who m ay not he broug::r Tr P;0y w t :
.......**-.........4 4 1" n orrivation har aei i s.- Thi; after "e fhion of flre. pau in of asthma which had been growing on .ack to health and happiness by the Grim.iy. with Su.0y0 s tft sawn
S................. 4 1). ) to 4 12 t, -,,tPl ;,%'. on fr -'"" 1i:tt !'v water works system, and totimb r
; .................... 4 **- t 4 1, :.ears. \Vhn I sp .ak ,t Kf i -a: 1i. I :-., th;,s. T, tthe ird, e.r a~raches a nme for twelve years, an I if I had taken 'Fo of Chamhrlin Smach a H.ber. Aus Hr h24 for
F ........... ..... 4 .*.0 4 no r4efr 1L wrlhat, is a ilc kr .v l i rI=o h,%, by :,y o which e !,. ma inv at, the star I w'f,nIw hav, been. L.ver Tablets. These table's invie r- n areile s Ve and Trieste
.................... ;. a. an ,-i. s;a :or i' :,..-" r,- ,ih r 'urn P -;ram of wator i:to v years of suffer t. W A. : ne sto ach and liver ani ;9.00r s ft sawn ti
I .3 40 to 3 50 tribr-.I in rh s .co:.: l a tia: row, or by th,- attachment of a Al te i a apher. r n thtion. They also mber. 1ok.
--- .. .. i K,, ranks firt t g -h --- -- --n ae r e owes. For sale by al' im .- 1.( s6 -ons phosphate
Spirits TurpetiTe, E.Q c a;o !.ai :..r. i. v,4.-.-.' :;.-:,ai ,,I S g Rl\ \;.h LI H NIGTUu 3 f; sawn timber.
Nothing cn the Market Equal to Cham. lione i:, :h.'- t.-a:' ,- ',opar'-' ,v.-i T.: ITT UrIFUR U K(ScO- -eiA h OC' ---
Berlain's Colic. Cholera and ,ild:nniR;l irr:iati.n -hlt re -T; YOUR IVISCOGEL dOTEL ';,u:'-T m :- -:' VESSELS I -CRT.
Darrhoea Reed rlucte in the ti .' ,t. St-ImshipA.
This fact is wtl; knof>t to druggists on- hundr-eI ansi first in.r .'ian a, I V- ai V lla a lV T1 1 A' tAt Bt/i r, Pensacra Lumber Co.
everywhere. anti nine ot. of ten witl 5. vvral of 'h,. .oun;e, w::., .' itn 1,: ,, BUILDING BADLY DAMAGED AND t: IUJlI B-:,no .Mf:izei; Ge- .s, Frederick-
give thoir cuStoter this preparation ;roii'.d Odn_ rn f::m.n or tn.,I. 11.. .IN, UP j ,ORSE I. YARD WA IN-t ;1 'n. New O.-ea4s"to tie W. S. Kevser
then the b:e i-. askeJ for. Mr Obe o, w. a. ;I, ai 'ar ws. ;s 1 a- ,. ,- -0 AR Aa I e
mer, a prmunent 'iruggist of Jop- -ic-n ti an! o^ of *h- e 5 Ie Cra FPac STANTLY KJLLED. I STAND ARUD t mittn K;n o r s 35, Nw-
i.n, Mo., in a circular to his customers, far .,..- as m, :urer ( r '.o 4 f ort New_ to J. A. :,ierritt & Co.
say.: "There is nothing on. the market: But I am dJ're.:ini. I'. n,: t PHONE N.. 1104 - $ Cartta. Lr .-, Jounson, 541, IH-
I1 the way of pat nt m*.iricnes whirh fat-" tiat w;.to! t iri-i-ar. iu ;iu" crp PHN -- 1104. ia ..a xport Lum- er Co.
equals Chamnberian's ol,' Ch le. a. a- grown i.n Wes t ,ha. ;hat .v orner ZarragoD aEnd Tarragona etc.-. Mtiso-. A. 1,.-Thc M:^--? !,A, D io. an, 1285, Faro
and Diarrhoea It-mely for howe; corn- w isi t co-io->i'r so nrch a- -he ttu CRE QUAMTITv IN A as sNY Hm' -61 ,i ::Ong T'--* hnHII 11 A. J- 'rriv' & Co.
plaints. We l1 and rcnommen< tha i th (uthar-u Chvy li :ri "ndrom ,t-," ".' -"- :-",::..-.. QL TT. "i, .' .,r..: '" """O.;. , ; aCchea' 1.1,"
preparation." For sale by all drug- :on u.s aceomiplished :, ;ath .. .':- 0an' ., .; m. ., ,' wr L;:-. ".i-.i IN (,ulfpor t:o F- O HSwe & Co.
4is"5-s. wi unilhis-That I.. the wa'er i. li| d ............ .;:n l0 r. .., a;.. r.rous;h G;;tT a' Aul .is :, Awe." as. Sjoberz..
Gfroa .sub:erranean streams i,- wini -1 > e' n ..., !he irin I.! wre rg' u I S: .-.i ; )H. Baars .& Co.
CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPAG. n:iils and emptied into r*.s..'v);i- *is ,vr.:h I | outt i: ha,!'. :.:*. L'a r' L Hell } t w- H'cg'.c. 281
M 1TTI A1 AND FRESH OYSTERS, from which it may he run ,utt lt V m w 1 ' -'',: ,;,. ''' ''. :1 s P..-, Ta:.},a :t Gulf Tra't Compah 2y,
TO_ .. T. AT WHITE' E --.. the farms at such tim.nt, and in .u(h J n.:. n., :.- o ', '. T pa .., r ;. ,'vu .,a t Gol Ju n: C n .
"TO OMTAl T WHFTES RESTUR qaniis as is necessary an d, esi: It It r- :. .. T- - SO FAR AS FLOUR |: ', r, Jurrenten. .r3,
RANT. able. This is rendered p ihl, b. I1 th' rh,',. amet i., r- i. ;S CONCERNED. N,-. : -h, Sperry, 24, Car.
Car. the presence iq that part of Kan.a. fl l ^ | .v ro oii tas hu. timo. ,;' : ,r-- .''s t, p, Srr orde2.
A Card of an almost inexhaustible i .nat.'y nzo one '.:as or o' :rR:,. inA 1

I wish to thank my friends and the ground water supply, and that. too at lhc hel. atiogh i1e ti ,pi ivint t TaN" ., "n-f'Trn; Co.
public generaiily for the support a 'no vry great depth. The chief ex- uar bv werc slockH Ee ;r s nsvin e 1694. -
corded mc, and: say to them that I penses in the windmill irrigation ot Bt Not S Fofr A horse that wa.s in .r. V::i.n = 'eh, ,o '.Pnsaco a Limer Co
havninoldd In is prepara- v:-rl nt to t m te hOat" BauN, kitSo Fo1 r -- I r"........
have sold my furniture business at Kansas are im-ludd in is prepara-. next tot i : ie Pr Rbson 195
-0 and 22 West Government street, to tion-that is in the buying and getting stcantly. Dr. Wr-- :-,! era o err Co
the Solomon Furniture Company. Th+ up of windmills and the construction ;e. le hoial ar, and in soomf.(. ,- Soa ra. Itil a. ',ustavino, alti-.
lew firm assures all liabilities and- of resorvofrs or receptacles for the Jag -ir l Clre p of feih was t',rn 101 ndogo Gl.. W"' :
accounts of the retiring firm, and I water. aisa Id ide.e. C"aren.e Cary' H ", wa. Tap onE Br -s Sa.derron 30 '
trCst that my successors will enjoy Astonishing Profits. Shocked "*i .: was thou' -1.xr :so,.e T. nereif-,o'A Mer.i.^
that same i patronage which I A good. ordinary windmill costs, ule thr and t. t Jh n wel fnd ito.:I T1ot r. pan ts B o!erp 291t A
have had dur, au the many years that, from $150 to $200, and one of good l c I r. a flind Mrs. John e. and fa. Liverpool t o Pensacola Lumber Co.
I have been in Lusiness in Pensaola. size and capacity, with a fair wind ly pid a fying st to 'tlonaV ia Br as, MArthr 140
0. M. PRYOR velocity to propel it, will pump enough Sat i -ay eveni .V ainaNorfok o F. O. owe& CA,
A water In two days to cover five or six rA NDorfolt A ba- -iF 'ih stock arniT IS SUPREME IN Car. .,
'A Crd. acres two inches deep, or twice so fs t d aynight-wa enjoyed by a large F Cross Nor bk, Casen, 1399
We have purchasPd the furniture many one inch oueep. crowd of young people. IN QUALITY F C ork to master.
belness of 0. M. Pryor, including ail Some ( the largest cabbage crops There will be an ice cream supper = Huason, Nor bk, K.nd.-en, 771, Loa-
>mounts. etc., and we have alread-" in the Garden City 4lstrict have been on the church lawn Saturday night. - ion to order.
ade preparations for the incorpora- sold for from $600 to $700 per acre. for e ue iM A-r'Ist 19. given by the !' i 'es of the Magellan, Nor bk, Moller. 1148, Rio
0an of the firm. It is our intention to Sugar beets, thirty tons per acre; wa-. chuh. Cream will be serve during ,Janro to othete Luber
zerolutionize prices in the furniture termelons, $140 worth per acre; straw- to be had d i te evening and at niglit. All are cor- DON'T WASTE MONEY IN 1 Co. o
Itae in Pensacola. Our Mr. Berna-d berries, a yield of $700 worth per acre ialy invited. EXPERIMENTING! 5; Santa Barbara, Port bh Carre.
eolomon, whom is well and favoraolv -_these are a few of the astonishing hot Wiater. e g Miss Kathleen McKinnon, of Je tt 633, Oporto to H. Baag a Co,
kaowa in Pensacola, will manage the and all but mirtaculous results wrought nings, Fla., is visiting her uncle. Mr. Thoma. m *h--gr. .. 1
talKtess and we solicit a share of by windmill irrigation n the Garden deltid B Ud 7 .. Alex McKinnon = RBly W aJt O l KnOW ; cs b
Mr patronage. City section ag Kansas. Mrs. Nickelson and children, of
U OON AItTERE CEO. xam le. I s i ewood, Ala., are visiting relatives D = .onna. Christia, A Axelsen,
nere.mmpI*here. 165, Belize to m eter.
-- It would donb s Surprise many of- ,.. Miss Missie Freemaa, of Pensacola. Hjalmar, Am sch Aae-e- i
the readers of The Jourual to learn is visiting her uncle, Mr. Alex McKln-. West to Gulf Trat Co
that in Alabau there is an irrigated Lnon --- Jennie S. Hani Am scb Watts 3,
frm, or market-garden, that has = Boton to
'I proved a success. As it hs been my e A little forethought may save yon= Lassel, Am L m..i,, 1 2..
fortune to .oitthis farm, I will essayt ro end of trouble. Anyone who makes timore to magt
briefly to serlbe it ad its "modus a rule to keep Chambertain' C olt A *
operandi. In the arrow vaey lyin olera and Diarrhoea Remedy at 53, Nw erk o rer.
between Roe sgpataiS and West Red hand knows this to be a fu* Foe
mountain and bot r south of Bir-.I sale by all druggists. s ? .
m_"ik_ m the t. rm *under cousidera-n Coome ro o od "0U1 6 t
m^f mr r t 1 tIs. so t. ., n springg when! j Food. .Ui --O S -
L2 -" I* .,, ^,, .1 ....r |. Mackerel -codA WLa.herrif u and t r | Agents. 4 naW a*,7 -,, ui,= .

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d Repairers of R
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e.ebrated Log and Timber Dcsp, a..a
. P. 0. Box 123.
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rs, Blinds or Lumber.
s, Brick, Lime and Cment.
Winey on everythinf.

ill Company o
en Street, Phone 717.
ox Street, Phone 1130.




can be charter, by the hour, day cr
we-k. Terrms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackl? and Cooking Utean
sils furnished if desired



Open to charter by po.- h:,'
,C: frsh.nez 'rips,, uZ 4j: summer recreation.

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ru:i'er 'Fia de Luzon, one of DL.t) S
:rize captures.

Has full canopy and is most com-
fortable boat in the bjy.

PHONES, 358 and 1070.

will run her
undar excursions Sunday, as foi j

Leave City at 10 a. m. for Stat. -
Leave Station at 1 p. m. for P *
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Sta't;'*-.
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf a 1
return to Station.
Leave Station 6 p. m. ftr Peasaco-.
Partles can stop at Station on fr
tip and return to the City in .a:
ReBvl.hments served on boarr! at



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