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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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VOL 33 -- PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 18, 1902 NO SO I j I





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; TO THE PRESIDENT --SETTLED ]ATOMS_ TAKESTHREE LIVES Iii!i 1)II



. HAD BEEN PENDING IN COURT CHARCEOF DYNAMITE EXPLODES _
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i. Informs Him of Action of Execu= FOR TWENTY YEARS. PREMATURELY IN ALABAMA. Double Murder and Suicide in New h I Jr 0> !.



live Board. Special to The Daily News. Special to The Daily News: I
York City. f:
. Columbus Ga*. Oct. 17.-The Jury :r Montgomery, A'la., CM, l.-An AJ ;

) the case of :Mrs. J. O. Christian! vertisespecial from Talladega, Ala..
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the Columbus and !Rome Railroad says:

-- --- ---- company at Hamilton. Ga., has As a result of a premature explosion! I l
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> A CONVENTION brought in verdict for $20,000 dam of a chage of dynamite four wert QUARREL OVER A SETTLEMENT. I t k

I TRAIN CREW altos for the plaintiff.Mrs. killed, fragments of their bodies belay! COMMENTS I: '

C-nfidence That the I Christian's husband was killedat scattered to a distance of l several hug
II William C. Turner Shoots and Kills!
I Chipley. Ga., in 1883 by the agenl Bred feet. 1
Agree to the Arbi { WERE ARRESTED of the Columbus and Rome" road. Tin The dead: Albert Hamilton and W. J, Wallace THE PIUS FUND i I

Commission Selectee i agent was tried for murder and wa John A. Berger, foreman. and Then Turns the Weapon Upon

: Rc svelt, I. acquitted. :Mrs. Christian sued the Joe Martin, Horn Valley. Himself. a 6 "C'r

Special to The Daily News. road for damages, it being alleged William Wilson, Goodwater.Sam .
Special to The Daily News.
: News. T'
tl y Ulsnet, AT!*,, Oct. 17.-T o Mexl that Christian was transacting! rail Donald, colored. Special to The Daily News
. The of the accident is 11 City of Mexico, Oct 17.-El Tlemp.1j
road business, having called to seethe scene "
: cans were run over by a train at Agnu Neka )
The York" 17-William C.'
Oct.
I 17.- respone 1 miles southeast of this the a leading clerical dally hors I
place on newspapercomments
agent regarding freight, when j"
: Prieta, across the international line i
Turner shot and killed Albert
: -Mt-nt of the Unit killed. Eastern Railroad of Alabama. today sharply on the decision at f. r
from Douglass, Ariz., yesterday. Onewas .
nous Hamilton of Pittsburg, and W. J. Mallard
: "i President killed the other Injured. The case hue been in the supreme The explosion occurred as an attempt The Hague in the matter of the Plus j i t
and badly
in the office of the law firm of
. ho had appoint
at court three times. Several years age was being made by a gang oi fund. .
I The trainmen wero immediately in Broad tt .
Adams & :
Cantor MUntyre
: ,. is made public to: builders to off shot with
bridge a
Mrs. Christian put
in tho Mexican was given a Judgmentfor In a leading article El Tiempo 1 1 '
oiS I arrested and placed meet, and then committed suicide. M/I ; ;
' ;m of the action dynamite but the exact cause of th
$18,000. The Columbus and Rome .
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Ed. Patterson the court might have condemned Mel. ,
jail. They are engin Turner was at one time treasurer of I !
.. of districts I- ,
: explosion is not known
premature
road has no in the treasury. It
t. eer; Fred. McDonough, fireman; Gee money the Climax Bottling! company, in whlcn too to pay au amount which would/ J1' I
a conntion an1i The four men were the only ones In
is a road M miles long and has bet! <\
McCorse, yardmaster and F. II. KidJ, the other two men were Interested have ruined her without hwltitloa f {
. .. iiK-ud i unanimously a part of the Central of Georgia system the camp and no one was left to tall 't
: work and the sub! switchman. number of the tale. and the three met today to affect a and parodying a celebrated J>hrw 'e I
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years.
I > .tees between the excitement is intense at Douglass. settlement growing out of an alleged would have said: "Let nations perish :; r

: :i.uerworkers(! of lily! Superintendent Morgan persuaded s defalcation on the part of Turner. but let principles survive" as if tin ;
party of railroad men not to cross the AMERICAN BANKERSTO During the conference a heated discussion :
. : :Ja i to the commi WORLD'S COAL future of the country were to b. BUbo \ i
line and liberate the Americans .
arose and Turner, drawing a ordinated to the prejudices of four old r I

3e -?si confidence that HOLD SESSISN revolver killed Hamilton and :Mallard, men buried in their studies and who j I !

PRODUCTION and then turning the weapon upon do '
j .1! agree to the arbiter not know how many years of sell

; : by the eminent BULLETS FIRED himself, committed suicide. &acrinc Mexico has had to pats to i i

i -- Turner came from Mt. Vernon, accumulate the in whl&A
nosen by the pres! cum question
1 I Special to The Dally News: N. y. it intended t f
: ", o gratitude to th-] INTO HOUSE I Special to The Daily News: to use to give increased 1 '
Turner was also prominent in the impetus to Its but wtlch, by '
t pat -iirtie efforts: tc progress.
i New Yoik I Oct. 1T.Arrangementsfor
; '7settlement> ot I' Washington Dot. 17.-The United bottling company, and it is allegedwas : a stroke of the pen it is forced to deliver :

i ., pi!;. is at length I the twenty-eighth Cankers' convention of the States geological survey estimatesthe : a defaulter to the sum of $;).00" up to California biklibps who ai ;;4 I '
: Special to The Daily News.1Vaycrss. American Association! at in his accounts, and he met his victims
world's production of ('oaiin 19U1 the arbitrators well know, will employit '
and ,
miners
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New Orleans No'11, 12 and 13,
I on 866.ir3.540;; short tons. The three by appointment to effect a settlement.A In anything but of the '
J < e\ Ration Of the,I Ga.. Oct. 17.lorctlla: ; have been completed. The as Improvement l I
; 1'..i: t' >';:1 this arbitra- a hundred bulcwere! fiai-d into a which has just been program the Teat coal producing countries of the member of the law firm in whose of. unfortunate Indians in whose behalf i iH r- It
completed
: rt enD te, Batisfacto.I:I house in the Tenderloin by partita committee on arrangements indicatesthat by ..".!(". are the United States, Great flee the shooting occurred said that.! they have claimed it i

, ,'. !:t a.Ion of the concealed in a thicket near by. '1 h. the meeting! will be one of the Britain and Germany, whose output after the mm had been in confeience El Imparciale, a liberal morning pa> .i, ,
i combined aggregate 81.C1 cent of Turner said: per, comments at length on the decision t. f I
-i" -' .> most interesting in the history of the "
\\V11, here i ill a check for $5OffiI, '
i 1l.Hll 'IIDa illlmemoi' trunks and beds. organization.A the world's total. "which, it says, "proves that the f -
and with that he put his hand in illspocket
p One ball passed through a $6<(V'> piano number Austria-liungary comes fourth, arbitrators were though: highly respectable 4 '
J of amendments to the CO!!
flashed: revolver and fired
out a
. while others practically riddled France fifth, Belgium sixth and Russia not superhuman, although !
stitution will b6 I
presented
among point blank Mallard.. Hamilton
,-II'\i RS HOLD MEETINGS. the mirrors, furniture and clothing. seventh. they made a sufficiently mt'ritortou1.
them being one for the establishmentof
t ----- Rewards of $133 have ben offered Prior to 1S39: Great Britain lead made: a jump for Turner and gra.PPiiwith : effort! to be impartial in declaring the I i I fl
a section of the association to ba
' him, but Turner su'cppd"d In
among the world's coal producers, but interest' must be paid in silver." I .t'I
i i- a Selected to Mine Workers'Convention. for the arrest of the guilty parties, known as the Savings banks' section
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during l&fO: Ifluo and 1901: the Unite turning the revolver on Hamilton anal .
; I and an additional reward of $ino for which shall in '
annually ,
meet
connection killed him. Before anyone could e>t
i i i'.i Oct 17-All the the arrest of parties who fire into the: with the meeting of the assoelation States has made such remarkable increases -
into the room the murderer killed\ him
4.;. "l! tlie aiitLradte: coal; house in the future. and will embrace all matters relating in coal production, due principally self. Another account said that ho POLITICAL ;
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to the unprecedented activityin
i :Ha today in electing
esllerlally| to savings banks, called Mallard vile I;
' a name.
the iron and steel and in other
>i> > 11..1.'Ol'kfOU' eonvea- with a similar program as the trust
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CAVE MORPHINE metal trades that it now stands far
t. !he Xfs'jltt: tht'ater ;
; i companies rtion. and be under the
The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle SPEAKING
, '.,iv for t lit purpose of I snpcruMon of the executive council. In the. I lead of all competitors with a
of Vanilla Extract will not atone for
production! in 1901 exceeding that of
: t ltanc: of the plan! BY MISTAKE .
. rn'tted by President I Great Britain by Hl ji,93S: short tons, the annoyance of having dossert -- !. f

,I "' meetings: are ben! ;I VETERANS BUY or 19 per cent. that is "just a little oil" in flavor. Honorables Stephen II. Mallory, H i
[ Always buy I'lmi'.tCg.COLORED t
I with the call tit I I C
William B. Lamar, William A. I .
News. -- ---
to The Dally
; ;t'll': three executive Special I ,
I El'bt-rtur.. Ga"Oct.. "17.-The Infantof I DAVIS HOME L. & N. CONTROLS : SOCIETY Blount Scott M. Loftin aud others : '

-. in the surface at Dr. and :Mrs. B. F. Smith is dead: will address the people of cambia p
I .',. 'hat the arh'trai. from the effects of morphine given by:1 --- I I
THE A.&W. P. county at the places uud times f l* I
!i. accepted. Pres- mistake: for calomel The child had I I Special to The Dally Ncva: I IN CITY COURT .

-. the sentiment of not been well for a flay or two, an!I- lowing: ,

,: n t have agree,1 Mrs. Smith decided that a dose of calomel Jacki-on. Miss O..t.17.Tl.e. li-l! -- Pensacola October 31, at nigh i tr
official au of the Pans of Veterans \before to The News. 1 j
Special Daily
In1' he doubt would bring it around all right,
any : thI in BIulfHpnng?, November 1, at i OOl i
final adjournni'-nt today was High colored society figured !
I :. '.i*jon would not and the medicine was accordingly: .
.MT ut of $10.i'iO( to Judse; A. C. Me St. 1.00io.> O.-t. 17 -The lAuis\iIc! 1 will be 'Gala .
', will be obIT given. In a short time the effects o!I payni. the police court this morning when a rAT II.II.X

'i.1,.. Of the COll- the poison began to snow and it33 Kirabiouph! : the personal represent and! Xa-hville Kailroad company has John Abdelcata, a young man, was at Bluff Springs. A Rood: old-ft! tk- ;. i
I then the mistake discovered. Ev- the of Mrs Jefferson Davis, far Beauvoir. a<-
, ,oi' '.f:es a of serious the plan na, cry( effort was made
i but without avail 1. death soon claiming;,' pre silent of the confedeiacy. from Atlanta to Montgomery, according from his step-mother, Josephine the occasion aud a brass; band will j If.I .t:

. i H'"narkable: body" the little out-. 'I I A message: was sent to :Mrs. Davis! ; to a report in St. Louis, and will Abdelcata. The theft was alleged to furni h music. The raiIroad- company ;J 'I i I
v.'l.o i is in Now York, thanking her fit merge the! now acquisition with the
'''in on officials '::I I will sell tickets at fare for .
have been committed last Tuesday one ; !
t the generosity displayed in offering nf'O:gia! railroad. it I
; .n convention! werei
, SKYSCRAPERFOR th. property fop JIO.O'M and extending It is stated that the Atlanta and l night, and the woman testified that the round trip. 't I
. i on all features of ,
, llessinjs and best wishes. West Point and the Georgia railroad the boy had ransacked; her home on All citizens, especially the ladies, i l J.
; Some time since :Mrs. Davis was off will be operated as one system the f
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obstacles! to bp siir. SAVANNAHSpecial are cordially invited to attend. i
several occasion;, going into the
'rf',1 $!Hi.tM>IO for Eeauvttir by a syu I/juIsville!! and Nashville and the Atlantic
'" fin is that of fln.li I
I -. irate of capitalist, who desired it Coast Line and the recent acquisitions house when he was forbidden to be JOHN JONES, i
i : for all the stri\ ti
for speculative! purposi. ; a another. This will make Chairman Democratic Executive i' !' I !;
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tints his old place
to The Daily News. three big railroad systems in tEe Committee, Ecambia County. i: l i 'j

I "mpanies have le- Savannah, Ga., Oct. 1 T.-The National : POISONED southeast Including the Southern railway Mayor Jones did not think the BEN D. BEERS Secretary. ; r 'f 1
>! all who have ATE
men .
, Hank of Savannah and the 00?' or Morgan system. The Seaboard evidence sufficient to hold the defendant --- 3 I ;
"i':=! the strike there
'ointments.! Tfiis lethorpe) Savings and Trust company Air Line and Frtsco's Birming over and discharged him. XIIF BEST LIVER: MEDICINK. j i!

1 nbt out on the floor jointly have purchased the Johnson 1 BERRIESSpecial ham line are left independentIt ---- There is no need to be miserable if t : }
property, at thE: corner of Bull and is reported that the Southern '
Offii South African '
A Store
ers of the un- Typical you keep your liver in good shape. j I I
: will office
Broughton streets.;: They will erect railway remove its auditing
tat!: therfwill been D. C. headquarters O. R. Larson of Bay Villa, Bun- Scarcely any harm can come to your !' : i!
from Washington ( ) ,
an eifeht i or ten-!; (\rr hank building.::; to The Daily News. .
:.fiit of this matter..o which : thecompany's } days River, Cape Colony, conductsa system if tho liver is kept active. : i
- .:. delegates will dei The purcha: was! made by J. S. Collins Montgomery: Ala., (kt. K. A dead to Atlanta to point p Z'I I I
:' men! who are not who transferred the property" to body was found in a corn crib neal I freight offices were recently lord typical of Houth Africa, at I The right remedy at the right time l t, j

; the banking: ;::; concerns. The consideration Clavhatchie. in Dale countyihirii removed. which can be purchased anything ,I will prove a great benefit to you. ,' ;I'j !

--- is not mad public. The work on proved to b* that of a man named from the proverbial "needle to an HEPATICURAU i that remedy. It f iJ ;; I

'w Mitct-ell's Advice. the" building will start as soon as plan- busby. Investigation! showed that he NAVAL STORES anchor." This store is situated in a is worth using because it will make I ;II 'I'

.' Pa.. Got. IS.-Twen- can be prepared. had been found unconscious in the valley nine miles from the nearest you well. 11 !li I I t i
Mr. L. A. Fraleigh, of Madison i,
''xals: : of the Unites road by some negroes, who put him it railway station and about twenty- ; :!
Fla. I have had occasion to
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says f
'.. --e held in this see- PLANING MILL the crib and left him. It further appeared BUSINESS GOOD five miles from the nearest town. use HEPATIUURA several times ;4)) I

6oj"at's! to the Wllkas- rom some poison berries thai Mr. Larson says: "I am favored and must say I like it better than j I ;.

'I1'1'0 chosen. In were found near the place, where he with the custom of farmers withina any LIVER MEDICINE I ever used. \ ,.. i Ii

':-i-'anoe!: the delegates DESTROYEDSpecial had vomited In his illness: that he bag H. A. Alford of Chipley, passed It simply answers the purpose with- to I !
radius! of thirty miles, to of
many t
'. 1 to eaten the berries and died from their! out any griping or sickening effect _!
f,11tho
ad'll'e'I through the city last night en routeto whom I have supplied Chamber- and I can heartily recommend it as "j f
: : 'it han effect.
r and the! district Mobile to transact business in lain's remedies. All testify to their the BEST LIVER MEDICINEI knOW Of. ,t : i j

to The Daily News. value in a household where a doctor's Hold by all druggists. 1 if
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.. ... connection with his turpentine inter. .
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advice is almost out of the '
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': f' sample! of Chamber- BlakeGa., Oct. "l : -The'plaalng! VENERAN OFTHREE ests. Mr. Alford said that be was question. Within one mile of my Have you tried a medium or medium f !'

>:-.u-hanl: Liver Tablets at mill and five dry houses and contentsat quite sure the recent naval stores store the population is perhaps six- strong Iludgins! 5-cent cigar? ;1 I 1 1I 1r j .
-' Of these, within the past twelvemonths I
"re. They are the e"tE'nsl'mill plant of the ty. i
to
"'" pleasant in etlect easy than Flowers Bros.' Lumber company, In WARS DEAD combination would materially bene- no less than fourteen have OYSTERS AT NIG APOSTLE'S 1' '

;r ue H not followed by the suburbs of the town, were destroyed fit every port through; which the i been absolutely cured by This Chamberlain's mint ;
Cough Remedy.
It -. Kt-iruUr't- is often size, the 2Sc.case: by fire Wednesday night. It is supposed Special to The Dally News: product was shipped, and Pensacola I surely be a record" For sale by all Fine oysters today. Try them. it I t !
per
\ that a spark from the engine at medicine dealers. .
lll'uglsts' anJ medicine San 'Bafba, Tex., "oct. if.-5. It was one of them. He said the out- druggists;: and Art APOSTLE. .1 ,
the planing mill originated the fire. .
Bostlclr, aged C3, Is dead here. He would be increased greatly, thus triAd a medium or medium 3 i .1
The loss In buildings, lumber and machinery put Have you The Su 3i '" ) of sterling flly.roveltiea : : /
will amount to $:OOOO to J23- was veteran of the Texas war of In benefi tin? each department. Mr. i strong Hnrt rs 5 cent ciar-ir" goods and oily, is to be rtj i

e"loney by buying 000, with, insurance of $18,000. dependence, and was one of the three I. -- I ronnd at J. I. b- lens. Prices to ,

your furni- scouts who captured Santa Anna tha Alford is largely interested in the You can get !yuur hou:,' ?;ease all_ .l'
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"" Murston $ Quina's Do you magnificent watchfor Mexican::: dictator after the battle of Gulf Naval Stores Company of this furnished complete at Mar- '

&r little ? If so, call on San Jacinto. He afterward served In I Fo ey's Kidney Cure ;
furniture Empo- money city, which was recently absorbedin ston Quina's on easy payments 1'
,. n,.. Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac the Mexican was of 1S45, and in tie cukes kidceyi lead bUc&r right j ;
the combine. weekly or monthly. t
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18 1902


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Godwin J. W. R-iy, D. L. I GOLD DUST. Davis, Henry Dorsey Louis A,

I Precinct No. 10. Evans, Primus: Edwards, Thos. C. i ; 'BarleY =Malt

NAMES :let the GOLD DUST twins do your work" Edwards, Ceo. Engohenald, John c
Robt. J. Dockens, W. B. I
Day Edgar J. II. Fair Isaac
Kdjly W. J. Steel, Thos. J.Wad'kins I Imported
Florez, Ben Freeman, Edgar ; Hops

U Thos. Fredricks C. F. Favorite, Raymond ,

N STRICKEN t Precinct No. 11. I i Farley. J. W. GoczaUz. N. J. 1 Perfect Yeast

!: Bray E.A. Jernigpn, B. H. I Ganicka. Thos. Grant. Thos. B. ,

JoinerV.. J. Garrison, Hal Giddens Track Filtered Water

| Precinct No. 12. Goldback. V. Green Leroy
Gagnet J. M. Gillara\ Jos. I
Adams, Lewis Anderson, Henry ,
FROM THE LIST OF REGISTERED IAbraham Wm. Andrews S. D. j _Y W Giddens. T. B. Garner. Wash. Age-
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Gonzalez. Jos.
i Green, J. L.
David Butler Jackson _
Brown,
VOTERS. Grady Wm. J. Green, Lindsay This combination
makes
BurDett, Morris Bryant. Harrison
Gasion. Frank Harney, Geo.
Boy er, Sam Bell, Chas.
Hill. John Harper, X. H.
Brude. Samuel Bugge Henry
Hinton Frank Henderson, C. B. I

I, A. M. McMillan: clerk of the Barrier F. D1ollnt. Peter Heddleston, Dave Hanrey, John. %t&6 b
Commissioners in : Benboe R. Bryant. H.
Board of County I Snow white clothes are the result'bf using! Hamilton. Gilbert Henry. S. H. i
r1 Escambia County, Florida do I Ded ole, Lee Cunningham Den
and for
I J. W. Holloway. Jerry "
If hereby certify that, at a meeting of i Cherry, Amos Carries: R. N. !I I GOLD DUST Hardy Harvey.C. J. Irwin Wm. the "King of Bottled Beers. Every bottle is ,

the Board of County Commissioners Clarke. Jonah Carrington I I Iverson, Arch Jefferson, C. J. I labeled and every cork is plainly branded
the resultof Clarke, John Coleman, Ed t
as I
held October 1;;, 1&02
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j ft t labors of washine Turns wash Jones C. W. Johnson, Comer "BudVeiser there can be no substitute
the examination and revision of the Crosby, D. C. Cole, C. R. makes light the I so
I day into play day. for better than Soap and more Jones. John Johnson C. A.
registration books of this, Escambia I Colton John Clair Paul I economical Johnson, Christ John, Constantine The product of

l County Florida, the following names Carter, Richard DulJ.: Made only, THE N. K. FAISBANK COMPANY. Jackson, W. Johnson, Montgrnu-ij- I

't were stricken from said registration I Davis' Joe Danl.'I", A. Chicago, New York, Boston St. Louis. Jenkins Thos. Johnson Wesley AnheuserBuschBrewingAss'nSt.

t i books by the County Commissioners DOZIH. L. E. DIxon, Jonas I Makers/ of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. Jones, W R. Johnson Willie I

? t to-wit: D&is, J. W. Davidson York Johnson, Dave Johnson, John Louis U. S, A.
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Precinct No.1. CJas. Utnnis, Sandy I Johnson, Alex Johnson, Oliver Ureters also ef Black ( Tan Anheuser.Standard, P&I..L&,,'

k'y' 1 1 ;11 ti Andrews, E. L. Barnhart, W. X. Evans Burke Francis, Frank I Parrish, W. C. Roch, E. 0. Jordan, P. A. Jones, A. B. I Faust Export Pale, CxquUltt. MicheUb and ."'Q/\u,,,",

t Depoct. A. Green II. D. I Flowers, M. Garretta, Joseph Rauch. A. Rhodes, John A Jores, Joseph Kent, FelixGreen 01>MI[I.SSER IJIJOS.. Wholesale Dealers IViKu-ola, n..
Goodman, O. L. Green, J, D.
James I
Richardson.Armsted Riley
C. \\ J.Ilollinger .
2 t Hart C. F. Potter. Kert. John Keating,
Green P. Hobinson. ---- -
reo. ,
I Rivers S. M. John
1 Po'ter: Frank Shufoot, Thos. I anon. J. W. Kramer C.
F. 1o ffm3l. Brlston Ross. S. R. Roundtree, R. E.
J. Villar A. FeboHiggins
TaltonV. Kelson. P. Lopez.
y t Wingate, Robt., Jr.Precinct. Hawthorn, R. Howard: R. I Smith, W. Smith, R. F., Jr. Lindsey, Richd Long, FiankLadnier. TIME TABLE.

: J. M. Iamrick. Wm Sadamoco Antone Swayne J. A.
No. 2. I I C. .\. Lewis, Anderson
Henderson, J Higgins, Burt. Smith, T'h ha'J h I
i ( Lynch. John LeJ oh LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
Ackermnn, C. D. Banner John HUdgi. Chas. Harris Geo. : :' .
H I! S.ah. ant. G. B. : wo C.j Long, Ximrod Lewis. Eli I IN EKKKCT llo:.'.; tBJoR: 1. 1901
i Browu. J. C. Itevery, Chas. j Hud. Z. L. Hearn Geo. I Salter, Paul Sheppard: Irate Arch
Luck Robert Livingston" I
c ; r Burn. W. Brown, J. V. I Ila......"t on. \t'. J am-s. .\. Session Irving Sunday BenjSpitzer Lewis: Joel Lewis, LorenzoLewis New Orleans and Mobile -- J
C. D. --- -- -- -- ---- ,
Barn" -. U. Casey .Iohnson.G. Jones.J.
: H. H. Taylor, Joe ,
n h I l T.V.. Moore. MosesMartin.
'} Cast, U Durant, X. B. Jackson. \. Jones, \V. Chas : No 8:0.: .
Tale. C.V. Jr. Taylor, \
x Davidson Wm. [ Henry Martinez: Miguel I.' heave.. PE'nncol" ...'rrlve I .,.' a. .
C. .
.! = Dawson Jones, N. Taylor Edward I W. <'":: Moore Chas Mitchell, James I L av\I.... olomatoD.... Leave .:\. a :
t Da\d.-on: P. II. Esgart. Robt. Jackson G. Judge Thos. I Williams, WW f2nht R.nr.; : Morris Richard Sr. I 1L;')) a 4:::! P I 2SS: a Lan' ....... Mobile Leave 119 '"? :: : .
H. Myrick, John ......... ... .
Fountain. Gto. Gonzalez! R. Johnson S. Jordan. II Weire. John Wells, Otto Miller, A. J. Morris W. C. I .N b.5p 7:90 B I."vl' YPw +"rlr"n Lrava:: r '

l Gray. P. J. Glann. Albert j Jones. L. Kelker 'Wiley, Robt. White Chas. 7I Murphy J. X. McGcnern. Ned t North.

J'A 'z i ; Ilarri"on. Crawford Hanston. Ely I I.f-nox. .\. Lyman, D. Williams S. L. Wiliams, J. B. McKay.: Jas. S. W. I ;

! Herman Jas. Jackson W. I Lennox. !!. LedbettE'r, L. D. Washington:Lewis Woods. J. H.: llcNeaiu I i
V McDonald. Geo, Dan No. !, No. : ',
4. So
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anard. J. M.Lenich. \
i Kacan G. Lt Lennox, P. Lyman. J, I Wilkerson. Mack Williams M. A. : 11 .S ... ,
; Leav.- Pl'nBcl1l"rrln
4rti7 f i McKay, Wm. Xeilson, Xels I : pm 1l:15p m I:"-i- : ._
Le-nkh. H. J. Richard Lfnnox P. W. Lewis T. lInam .. .
i Woollen. A. L. Weatherford Henry I 8:57p m Arr.\v Montgomery .1 ave ll.l:!r'a
I' Minx J Miller, J. W.MantiunJ. I Lehr, W':. P. Long S. I West. Nelson, Henry Nelson, James i, 11:3)1 am 1l* pmfnvr.I. ... B.mingliamLeave: r. n m
i Wyort, Nelson, Arthur II. Xarano, Henry : 7:05pm 9Ia! m .trnvr..Ss.hville! .....!_..sveArrive.
it! i P. Miles Henry 'Ll wis. J. Moses, E. I I .... .. .
Precinct No. 14. Olsen Harry Olsen, J. S:* ant nsa m Luuevf'Ir! : .. LtavpArriv y. > :",
r Ic'\uH'. LMcIIfir. McXiece Jacob I Martin W.T Murphy. Wtn.MimsJ. 7::oam 1t.."11 am' .. ... Cincinnati .. lave i .

! ; /, BudParker Powell, Neil Iatht'ws. Anderson Chas. Anderson, Wm. Powell, Freeman Parker, Albeit 7:2!>ia m 1.3'p-.m_Arnvt.___ .:_Loan i"_ Lavc_ 4i. ,

t 7 J. T. Prince. B. P. I Martin, C. Murphy. G. A Byrd Thos. Bonas Bartola Pons, Wm. Porter. L. X N:: ACOLg AND RIVER JUNCTIC .
John E. II. Perry, Lucius Paine. R. C.
Ren.-. John Robinson GrclnRohillson. Mereditn S. R. Iaxwtll Chas. ; Bigley, Byron.

'1 Robin Suarez. T. F. Martin, Prank Mason, L. .Bonifay, Vincent Blown Paul Parker, James Patton John i So 21-Daily No :I-11\11)So! : topWh..rrt.m.. not JOO.-I, I_\o .- j ,

I7i' rX e Sew ell. R. C. Spencer Jack slims. W A. Munroe H. I! Barry Jno. Celesiine. Alex Page S. Quina. J. F. I! lIM Pill 7IJO "ill '''Lun' .. Pen!!ol......_Arrl\"P/ II: f. :-" .

+ Smith. Wm. Slott Geo.StOIt' < Cobb. L. A Collins! Jas. Riggs, Richard Robinson. B. W. t 1I:1: night 7:18" ... BebPmla.! ........ .. I. ..7
I Maton. C. Montgomery, L. Cameron. J_ A. A. Robinson, L. D. Raymundo! LouisRobinson I 12:0 7:111" .. ... ull'tra ..... .. I 14 ?
J. E.Shixvr : J. F.Thompson. Camp,
1 Sms. j }titter L. P. 1IdIiUan. S j+ 11::!I" 7:1't" ... .....l.cambla. .._. 111..1':
t r D. D. Wade )McDaniel n. Xa 1e,J. C. i I ICIyne. Steve Carter, E. W. D. H. Ridley, Wm. I l".v" Till ... _- -Iulat ....__ I" ..,

: i! Toron. James Thomas, J. T. I Carlson Theo. Christie, D. II. Roche Philip Roderiguez, M. 1:1:39": 7-1" ... ..... Harp .... ..... 11 a1 ..
L Nelson. W. Nelson. A. II. [ Joe liens John I 11:50" 1SS" .. ......... 00111 Clt) ._.?.. lo.is '.
Yillar Martin Vaughn, Wm. ; Powell. Cut Pons S. F. ;; Chandler. C. B. Collins, Gus Rugaro 11:5 "' 1:89"! .. __._ MIton ..._ 10IY"

E }, 1 Walker. I. E Walker. J. n. G. Perkins.V. Csei-on, Christian C'.m-oiyns (t. H. Reed. Wm. Reese Alex lIIJ' 11\ ..... tf I .". ...Hood Ranle.._. .. "
) Wit-. Thos. W. L. Pie.rson. Courier W. II. Clark. Ben.Calarino Rooster, James lleed. Sam 2:5.5 8:16 .... ... Holtl .... ? DJRSt5)
Wright ,. ,
ro I' I .
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I Quina J. nohinson. Thos, I 1t:1M "' ....... lilIl/an: .__ 0.
s \\>. Atid.-rson Wf'It'r.1I II. Rodgers. Joe Clifford. S. L. Theo. Rome, Ed. Roulhar, C. M.: 2al .. s5* ........ Creetvtew.-' 8:13 ,.
t -T j WHeht:! Geo. \\'. While.: W. II. i! Richardson Wm. i Duncan. Steve Duncan W. Richardson. Lewis Rudolph. Holt.Royster. I j 8:1" I 8:6" .... ... n err Land "_. :M

,.01JIr. on. C. Ram{rey.G.. I Randolph Rogers Joe 8S": 8:10" .. ...... lo.1 !lead ._. lItJ '
Whal Barto
h Frank
Dorsey.
y. Doyle. .
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1 Robinson, P. :ache. D :-:. f1:) 8M" .Del''nntaki.pringa. II:: "
I A. Salesi. Guiseppi! Saurtz Manuelevertsen. ", .. ..... "
No. 3. Diamond. Gto. Ditmars: J. 4:19 I U: ... Argyle 7.14"
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"' Precinct Robinson. Rivers F. .. .....Ponce ._ "
I Di Lustro 11. Eilmundson J. R. Victor Svalsen Chas. ttA QI.7' ole lA'OD. ';:11"S
Bailey. Z. B. Crockett, Jahn Rivers, Chas. nosp. L, j J Alex :,)\) 10:10' .. ..w'estvllle -'_ iI "
; R.eed, L. .\. Eib Gt'(). English Bailey !Saline: Lewis Stevenson, oos v 10:15 .. .. .... (fary\'llle.,,._ 7:1fi.I3" : :
t k Fell Van Foy A. I Rohlhson,Ja5. I Edgar: Leon Evans. Chas. H. Suarez. Tom Sanchez, Dave l0iO' .._......Borifay69 -....._. ..' "
) Galloway. Henry Gardner Jno. I Robinson! ERosslII, W. Sharntt. Wm. Stevenson, John ) 10:47" ...... .. l hlple, ... .._ 6sT
Harris, Wm. Johnson F. M. I Richardson, }I. Soto, Y. P. I Friedman, John Fernandez, F. .:'J" 11:1>1" ....foltoollal...._ 'i"! ,.
s I! Frost, C. Fish. J. p mlih. M. H. Smith E. 7' 0 11:26" .....Slartanua........ .' ,
y I Jones Peter Jackson (;E'o. I Smith. Chas. Statewootl. Geo. i i Friedman. F. Farinas. M. Sutherland, A. J. Sunday, A. II. 7:00" 1\I .. no. .. ..... \' IH''ss ......... ,." .
1' Kelly Ed.: E. Kleinworth, W. K. Sander:. P. Shepard.. : G. W. i 7:4'1" 111"; _..Ura.d RIdge_ "
:,g Larton. W. :M.McClun Moses, II. I Simpson, l1. Sunday, G. Graves Henry Grant W. B. Sham. Anthony Surles. I 7.s "' 1OS noon .. .. enrad. ...... ', /
tr Saddler. Her.iy Sims, J. F. 8:15" '' .
I Hamps, Ellwood Headspey. Anthony Itl \rrty"-.Rivv 4actton..Ieav.
*. McB. Xorris, F. Shaw, J. S. Smith, \V. II.
I I Harper, Green homer Xt-i,,onIlairis. Sims, Hoyle Shannon Frank
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; Nicholson, S. NealV. S. SmaU. C. Stt'wa:1 F, G. E. Stevtns. Price -- --
Adams Hamilton Geo.Shavers,
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Nix C Plant. Dan SieariSrions i. G.. Stewart: Robt. ,
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T. Reuben
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Ceo.Smith, Styles
I Hunter. Richard Harrison.
alt 1 t Pri('.'. r H.Kanieltif P. apl''s, \';. I. Smith, E. Peter" Tucker, John
Thompson,
Hawn-n. G. \V. Howell Geo. F.
I t '9.; l Jno Rawky, Walter I :-tl1d..hak.r. F. D. Simmons. C !: !l. -
Hauteman. J. Haag. L. J. Taylor, James ThornpHm.lv i
k a Rea,;". W.Pandfr.on.. SoUrrPeny : l tacklrford .\. Stearns, T. F. I ', Nathan Thomas. J. W
Thispen. ;
= 1 )" I1'n. P. tpr .Jackso.i Edward rWiPER
<< JosSannii'Ts Sims. Calvin Simmons S.
Smith sGoo nobson.!: Jon Jolly, Wm..I".ns'rti. Ihousen. The. Taylor. C. RTroutmau. .
1 irr \ Jos. Smith. Robt. I Smith. G. : !. i
A. U Jason. Fred JaThompson. Kri." :
,; 'Uunanis. John \Vinela; !'s. G. T.WaaN" I Spars SlIttH, E. :
Thomas Mathew Taylor. Char! -
Robt. Klune
A. Washington D. I Thompson Ed. Thomas Jamie King Philip
II I Leibert. J. L. Lupkes. Herman Tarn. Jim Thompson. ditt-m ( \ r-7 .'
Precinct No. 4. I Thomas, Theodore Trammf'1I Simon Williams Geo. Williams Win. ; Tjr I i3E.f
I Thomas. John Thomas. Joseph 'I Lear. John D. Leindo-k, E. X.I.ushington. 'l >'=' :l
tt & Brown. E. L. Baker Wm. > Jas. Lewis. C. B. Wilson. IsaacVilson.. C. F. .
Traylor.N. II. Vesttr Gates (
.t Barrow. II. King, Wm. 'Lyons E. J. Lepoidevant. L. D. Whitehead. Jas. Webb :ti't.:' A ,
Villar. E.
VI
q Smith. W. X Tiiipin, It II. II. I rein. L. J. .Lambrecht Wm. Mitchell Andy Wittman, Richd. Weeklty, J. I).
PODS T. A. :
+ Ward John C.Wekh. O. S. II Pettus Mat I Martin. T J. Madison, T. Walker, Jos. Williams. T.V.. s&fcIlluminating .
I Waits, Thos. F. Williams Thomas
i. A'' Precinct No. 5. MimsYllIlams' i!I Itardy: T. W. Merchant Geo. D. Williams, T. J. Woolen, W. L. r; .
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F11 Butler Noah Barnes, W. W. i Wright, Henry Watson, C.EF. Mause. Jas. Medise, M. Wagner. Joe Watson. II. D. i & # "' ,/1
e I' M.Ward.. Ezra L. Wynn. J. L.
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Miller.
E. liurst. Geo. E. Mabbit, C. : fsurNc.rr_ <
Gaudy Henry Williams Chas. Williams
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i Millei Jim.V.. Norris Wm. I Henry UCCurtty. John }IdntlrlA.. M. Wynn George; Williams G('o. t\
Washington.Lewis Wearer
Moses -
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Nichols Geo.O'Conor. O'Conor John Williams Briston Williams, R.V. !
Ja\ j I ht
Parker J. J. Wright, WashingtonCyrus, E. % !
James Orfano, Jno. Washington. S. Williams, A. W. ----
ti II Ware Anderson John ; hi.
Watson
Precinct No. 6. \
I I i 0'Brann n. Ra mono Olsen }1. Williams, N. W. Wilkerson. Thos. I ,

!l f v Adam.-. Sam'l Adams C. S. .I Ward.Williams John Geo. Webster"'ilbuon' Ben |I I Funs, Wm Pane, C. II. Wadkinp. Geo. Young, Foster ?_=_ .. h'!' 4

u <' Adam H. M.Bradl' Booth W. D.P.radlry A. Robinson Alex Reeves. S. M. Yelder, Calvin Zimmerman. T.Precinct :

[ '. U J.Bariow. Chas. Williams. T. J.Vilson, T. C.
y ? ; \ Roche, Frank Royster, J. J.
i r ; I Jno 15.'tk. Jno. \\'. 'Walker! J. S.Vhitson, J; T."' ,' Roache Malcolm! Raicicla. P. No.: 16. : Subject. Scientifically Dist' 'pI!

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si F I nakl r.V.. (J.W BnJlIIhlon.'ah Willis. R J. Weeks' J. E. Ros.'uherr. S. Rigo. R. M J. B. Jr. Ha.-tings. C. R. AlI\
\YiIIianis! Nelson One exilic talk "" \\iti-i f r Naturally : '
e ; 1IIa.: I I. Cole.! Alfred Wood Isaac Ramirez Otaio H'ipprt. GRo spenci-r.: Ashley W.lton.! 1J..

11 + r2 'VUI\tI..", 'lark.. Simon \y sh >. J. 'Yinl8te, Wm. !>mn.. Gt-u. !tiler. James Wilton. 0 A. \Vil un. H. H. : hours of the advuitasjp- ti i- .4- Absolutely Pure

r W. A.Carlitoii. : nn, Samuel Walker. J. L, Wilson A. W.
P- : Clustnw W M Campbell. Sims Evans Sevensend. Ben I an iltuminant*; cleanline-- ni-

Wesley Day, JerryI I \Wright\ illlamR, Willis.llIlnlJl's, :Morse Williams, Thos\Alex.: 1: Str nl1;) Jas. Scariin, T. Precinct No. 17. I fort, brilliance, economy liest plan Hl'ht11I1 S"li..., lurDannheisser ..1' :

i \ is. Pat Ivller, RichardEaies : I \\ashincton.A.R. Williams,, S. L. |i Smith. Henry Smith, C. A. Brown J. F. Walker JamesPrecinct I I ito see it and see by its aiJ !how For roI d. t't .
J. H. Fountain. SamE ;
w" t Salamoro. Jno. Smith Tbo .
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R" si4 wiiam; Tom I :! No. 13.Burgin. 'cheerful H dining rnom
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; Fit; mius;. M. Fredru-k, T. W. Wiliams. R. St:>arns. John Scarriette, Jest I your ; your Eros
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I Young Arthur Young, Robt. J. B. Evans, H. B. reading, writtngsewinVlttsouie
4, (:lilt hrit. Wilson Godfrelt& Sim Sullivan. F. Sinclair. D. A. ;

i r-' Gray, Ihndy Grice. Tom I Preclinct No. 13. j Smith. John Sealese. Jos. Gunter C. J. Gilley, S. J I of the new hcaidefceht burner*, tiesoftest

1, I: Gilmore: L. Harper G. I! 'Sellers Cupid Tate Scarritt flyers, Israel Hugging Jos S. j light imaginable can b" "b- ----
,ih .. Alvarez Joseph Amos, D. II. Johnson, C. II. Lambreth. R. P.
(lay\voii Wilson HoIUl! n, Henry Thomas. F.B Temple Jno. II. ;.
and tlu (
l Altred t ..ined.ee u* n see the i- CHOICESTGas
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its; !; III Ilendersou.\V.h.jr fcnkisonBcn' I Ainsworth. J. V. Vaughn J. R. R. Van Fort II. Mallory, '\:m.oLlt's., W. II.
Adams, J.H. b UlliUl!.
Harj-er H. F. Henderson. F. I Ainsworth, Ilowardl.l\Illar. Emanuel Williams Lawson Phillips, W. II. Taylor II. B. n "-
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t ; 'j HiM.diTfton.Hu Harper A. H. Bingham, W. M Bliss, T. E' : V hlstl.Nint'. T. Williams. Geo. Precinct No. 19. Pen acola Co. Y
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Dumas, Jno. S. Brown f FRUITS AND "F'Cllllli1
''f; l > ; I Hart'li-on. J. It. HajRood .\thertHl'tIlt'r""II. 1 I 100lIard.dolph Hellraan., I[.RalphUlanchard A. I Welphia. Frank Wilson, Ed. R. Dorsey. Dan Daffin, A. R [
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i ii Au? Chas. I iDurney; R. E. Jas.Bowhtn 'I! Wearer. Chas. Williams Wheeler Grimlar, J. II. lIartz g. C. II. 25 and 27 E. Garden St., Permccla, Fla 1
Ifham. Ephiaham James ( Winch. H. II.Vheaton' W. II. Joe -A 1-
Johnson C. Janres.
r ( Brown, T. A.Boykin. E. II.Brcen. AimMions I
JllhnsulI.l'l.il Johnson. Jas. '
:4 t ( Wilson. James Wallace. E. A. Johnson, Richard<< James Tithe
Eugene 'c APOSTLE'S
i ; J"ihns.'n. Isaac Jefferson D. J. .i Caldwell! Arthur Chuhrick. CeoJ. i I Young Rott. Jackson, Joseph Johnson S. J. iKM.KAL: HtKM II M.HHIHI.K: : ,
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Sol Kierce. :(use
king. 'Crosby.' Thos. Cook. J. T. Precinct No. 15. Lawson C. II. LaTEel1'f: fl, ,.
J ( t laety \isnn! I.f "'. \\.T. Martin A. A. FollowingoverKtnpnt i= tti i 'c \I"dule if the 1 14 L "t GrI .W'L; :
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John Austin Wm.
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t Lock PanMurphy :Mixon. Jno.Marshall. General French
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1 d. i i Rufus Manner FranK E. :.kJ.\l1: Mack < : .
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G T. L. J Campbell II. Chrisholm, J. Aaron James which TUB NEWS print* for the Fon-ieriy t'ord-iva Ii --i'i''
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Cook. James 1 I'f'h'r'kt'Tman. M< i.--Meh.u.: Robt. !Xn-h- I'1,')(
M.Anderson. E. }I.
i F 1 ; Marshall. J. J. MiQnctu, Price Crosby J. ti'aLi. -nt-fll: of the merchantwio! Jhiii | O.IP t"ir-l".id! "f r'.1
fi Vro.-by. II. F. Clark. M. II. Alston.! C. H. Adams Henry R Chas Qearlelia.g! ,1. E
MeS\lall C. litir goodto the \ HfJlanuy to ft: .wj pH (!!"?' I.
b' IiavisHt nry Duncan. James AU-|!pcatra] Hl'rnutnIJam!' Harts Uichu: .is.,. I' !Smith. S.iuoaSt. ; ,
: N.d I i- ": i). X: -hnlon J. Oriue. : 10"' : -
Dixon Gilbert And'-rson F. C. Abd-lca-ra. John '11' J Is, r. S.UYMK Ja.-i.ts !
} j > P' John DauehfTty. Jno .- 7 i"' '
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Di Lustro U D:shman. S. R. l.irl'r.! Lewis! Barren Geo Wfiarnnetnn. 'TVr.. F. D. TM! iy, .S. .eatr! Barrnnci.t-- "i .". ft til ..., C..ICMTf.5f..J

t Pfik'ii\ II lire QutnnG.W.ltoa Deacon G. W. Duk.'s. John Jas. Burch. Nathaniel !IT< .". X B Tlonn-! ; T-;:' i-.r '..esv... 1'iekfiis: .. ."a. In. i ii '.8"'''i"f' 1' 1\'n- l fj Fi'SHt '
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Davis. Owens Donuiis. Martin Hluomgrmt, F. Brj'ani, E. A. : jah! ..
Bell I .. aft. ennK'Ola .. > :..a ni / ''' '
; lui i'I. SamIteaann. Knhitinon. I ""' : t."r' .
.. Oa is. R. J. Edwards Robt.Bridges.. E. B. Bunifay. E. F. mas. Zatk Williams. ix n k Arrive. Karrancnt 11U a m sad u,. n.I. : v: "u. > .
J K Hi!' n. I). 11.1cl.\ < U >It'
Ellis A. B Francis Henry Benjamin. M. Britson, Wm .iliis: Hurrel Waiker. J. T : nakes a I'.p to tort UcKce and tu>n rej I .;.t. t.II' ....

I 1'.a\\I.J. Spc'nmanJno.iJ. Ferguson. Lewis Beck John G. Bjorsen Ben I Ward, O. B. Williams nnkly; urns to I..,'"OC.'. I ':"1.-...\ 4'. ., I .: .
h Suggs. nan'l D. ; Friar T. A. I I Lt.."".i Knrraucai I III p. m i "rl. ..0, .':., .a.l."
9 1 t'O\\h'n. Sl ipllf"r i 1 Forbes G W. Gagnot. R. F.Benboe.i: Dan Rroxton' Job.. Winfoid 1, Gec.Vitliams: W :.eul"11'icbeu* ... .. 1:15 p m I I i f .:.. .. .'
Smith Sidney St.HT. W. D .. ... ..... ,
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Go zalt' Baker. Robt. Burch Ti I
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'k' j; Taylor Pat Terrell. F E. i I'lckt-ns ;:: Pili.J\ ?
r 1 I Union .\. Vaughn J. 15. Sr."all.l1o David! George Grant. T. U. Bushman, J. E. R. Bell Grego.yI ts, J. B. Barber: W. J. Arrlvt-i Hurrancn 6:*) p m. and roakf ,
t I I Brown. W. Gait lladgl't Jno'W! .rl p to MeKee and return _
Gtnderson L. Grant T. II. ,
1 'T J. H. Ir. Witherpoin.. [K' -n, A. L. Enterkin. \\ RHfnly On i\-11.-! -- - -
] Giess. Jas. II. Burnett. Chas Bell J. X.j VVednedayr.aiidSaturd
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: : Goldsmith. Wm. W. T. W J.
t'4 Woo.l. Richard White Henry Hawkins Doatwi'I') leave Rarrauca- vet Pick .
j .Green Jno. C. Glass, Neilillolpin. Bennett, Wm Burch. W., J. '
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j Ison MiLgulohnson, J. B. PARKEP 5
Whf at. C. L. Waters. TravisWilliams. ins for l'plljicola at 6iiI: 1 in _
} I Wm. W. Hawthorn Jim C. i( Benjamin.Solomon Hi i goyne. A. .V Curdy.: E. Pyburn. Arch. : p. "fI... HAER BALSAM
I \\Wilkinson.. N. F. T. The General French i i- fr amnparpose i '
I Williams, W. A. Williams, L. ilerger. Geo. C. Rubhard Tony (I Borras. M. Byrde. Thos. A meeting of the Board of (" "IDty i only and outbid' r inulavp : li' _::6.r:t (r'J"."'. ,1 .
Si HiI!!1. P. A. Ham. E H..Hammond. !; Drown. A. Do&rd an. J. A. Commissioners will be held W-dm! any : r ;:., -. !i. TOr F. r
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i + Precinct No.7. W. H. Herwig.. C. J. j Brinnington. A. J. Bishop Thus .. ,' s) ...... (
ray. the 22nd day of October; l'i.|,::. tu ) take rarFbirt'' ot f't. "' -P.C '; .J
noyil. \Vm. Kin?. Frank Henderson. J. T. Harris. George [ Burke, P. II. Drown'. V' reinstate the names of any p' r.-oh ; .

t j 4'i 0 .idl. H A.McMillan. MrCaskill.A.L.Proctor I Hernandez, J. P. Halbome. Vincent Brown, Manton Broger. mo.:1. which may have been wronzfalU!: : or .
D. C. I Hirchkoritz. J. Doltlt'. Clark Thos" :
X il I Hirchkontz. A. George erroneously! erased or Ktmkni f.im raMHMllM4to '

1 Pn&. C'uree Robbing D. D. Harris. I. Harrison. J. H' I Chatman :;. L Coop. Pet'. said books ; OR. kI '

IVn SmckwellW'm. Hayes. W. D. Hubbird. Frank Cook, Andrew Crenshaw Li. I
i I Witness my hand as clrk) nod The Thf'Sf'tDy-lles: ..reslf"no".
Smith. Aaron Turner LewisSmith Halmaw, Jno. Holland D ; Condon Nick Castro Jam I DISCOVERT\'
I = seal of said board this 15'h day of O I'sam :,f "(
r'1 AVard. Prank ,! In;raham. W. Johnson. John !Chapman. Sam Crook Wm tober, lyo;. ., End _: a'@j

i JohnsonV.. R. Jordan, Henry Christian, Due Cole, F. D. tit l
; Precinct No. 3.Brav. :! (Seal.) A. McMILLAX. T'.f'; 't1rPtDrah .'' FOR THAT COLD.
t Jennings W. J. Jenkins Wesley Cook, S. W. Crawford II '
F,. A.Pra Rnwnian. W. H. .ry Clerk Board of County Commiss.oners ; .
Wn1. Caro .a! ) *"&+ *'1lJ II S't'r' I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Alec Keyser, Wm. Camp W
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Jeff Clairbornt'. 1:1Cole\ Y r "
W C. Grirnslt- '. A. D. I Lee C. Lowe. Cures C onsump t.lon,( 'I"!- ,

71 : t firimsli-y .T. \\'. G! imsl..y. w. E. Lewis.Lawrence Lewis W. Y. (lairLorne, Lt-x Cook. .J. H. I'j NEVER ASK ADVICE. ;\ -, L: Ii
1 Mandy Antonio Miller. Frank 'Castillo C. Claik' I'r
6 iSmonffiarF
Grim Gruoh'5!I.' K G. M. Gatuty.inibbs T. H L.. ,; Martin Patrick Miller T. II ( Carter. Bennett Craw; ..1kxMoorc..Tas. i When you have a coiuh or clddon't ,, PRoncssioxAL__CASLI'' __M i i .. r.I'it'i! :

t I Mayer. Fred COIVID J. A. Cope J. E. ask what is ijood for it and geti "? ..
?'inim C. S.Nims.J I .' !n tP
NatheyGeorge risyJJaGrippeH''ar ;
t I i Mints. Stepney Mite! 11. J. L. Clark. Ben Crnc .' La''rt'n'eme medicine with little oi no merit! W. C. ROWE M. D. j j
Odom. C.
,j- I Re-i-er D.M. A. Snider J. J. ::May. I. II. :Mason.: J. T. I.Catbolk. ElIba Clar' .iebard and pt-rnap* danserou: Ask for Office: I7XS. 1-al.f. ; Sore ThrOitt, Croup u

Marshall, Yomy }McFarland Robt. 'arutht'rs. J. J. Clar. rao Foley Honey and Tar the :greatest
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ct t, j 1 ; White. T. .\. McCaa.. C. D. Oliver Jos. Dnpott.Whitfield Dear : '- fl. throat and lunar umody. i it cure? i.I 11Cur.fron4toaea.m.andI to Ip. n i j WllOOpil"!?

4 :,' t Precinct No. 9.Biewton. I Peterson Frank Peyton, Dennis D&ftle, Peter Da' c'! ,:oah I coughs and c"ld quicklv. W. A. i I and after 7 o'clock I NO CURE. HO PAY. ETHE .

; J 11. >*bee T. J. Parker. A. C Pnyne. A 11. Drieb Stephen D. P. I D'Alemterte Palafox street. Phone 00. Price 50c. andj I. TRIAL( BOTTLES F (I

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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 181902. t,

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FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMN.r .' WOMAN AND FASHION ; J

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i Girl'd Lounging noh SEERS

..,. A dainty Wrapper or lounging robe : :
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II> something! which every young girl'
I" \.f a l r ,: Famous the World Over-Fully Matured.

1 ,' I otlliugsmore troll f,"rtableaand :i SOLD EVERYWHERE I ,j

';7 ..orl that Is at all lever wit1' i,,'.' ,
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tI eiikin make an 1.,.I'\ ilI.\: :.' I- i
T-: FVp, : P.,0 Cflf: vl--i:S, MII\VI 6.iry 4 J I
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u ; l'e! ,itr I'm "I'acesti! !' method J i
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; I. ':: :. i7 I i I Iu 1''a'm' fh2tuii e ,: r".1l1.."' !Ij'! "- -.fvirps! as a j
I .'. flr : <-ii midwife, having P1 t""
''' \ur'. Ut ss lilupn! Held fun l : t'iiicen"
,.. td a.mmu-ti"D; wagens: I bad 35 yea- experience. \ "1 I
I C.>u give i beet of KfertLies from I
Harry Payne Whitney has decided le.iihrv p'i\ s.oj, 11'd '':i-- ci'y.
to sn4 his crack 2' ear.old. Aeefu"::. '' xs M. ttiunjN": ,
I to Cnslsnd to Keep his ecgsseuert in jltf l4Hi! nth DoVillif-r t.otiae I I

the dd''r; and other important stal,.'adti :
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: :,,-:>'.s Cjr'.i'n! and Yi,uu:'; ha\t I Ir f!

just visited V.'oohvich! arsenal l. aeroni I i *

panied by lard Roberts, ro'MPHni' I' l
it 11yf i e dw.wI in-chief of the Di.tish forces. cabts'; i If Yon Have i L

I the London correspondent! o." The :Nw

'1ft \V"A.r; :can, They will sal! on ..t. : .->jii KAaaJWTJ mjJ' Hg? l 1 ( F

+ r ur.'ay! for the railed States I .II

fI What promises to be a I've! ':V' rang : RheunmiismUlitttt

patn on th? 1I.-.. t of the ..1ut'mricity =;0'"=''' '''' I ; JIIl '
\4J-' of New York blah a ir.bt i.: : _,
the great tested and ; "
illegal! traffic In buds and their phtz') : j: l t'f! GSCL endorsed c'uUtormaItemed .I I' 1
age haI l b, pn declared open at t i1:. : > j will cure I" I
." \"H li ,d'! cures Lt\er. Kidney and i I
am.u:. nr'riil.r; .,.: th'sxiet) III"w: i btu r disease*. cauie rf York. and at : i It never ful's! and builds up t. a
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v tin health sad, i-trot gIn while \llmg it. I
Gr,,'r: i l'letT! !, .1 : : :tit>' and Luke i F. u-1 ttamv for Jxjk of wonderful ret t I '
t' tinofttes Price fl fft bottle. For fale r. ,h i ",
Wns: 'iiauir e: iho! Pinlippiucounniasion "-
, brtruwta.. If your liragKiat can not it 5,
I : end acting jpxeruoi 01 supph" a it will be sent prepaid upon ,,
ko I I the 1'hilipiniie'an i '! :la. who said"1 I receij't oi pl.tc. Ai-ln-a i'I I II I I

I B I Irom Manila in 010(11'1'I'II! h": guests Uriso! Che: !sal! Co. Lcs A: ecsCaL! !
.'Ldytai ,.roGe'iha 1 \ r tr "1se Yi \ of the Union League club during ti>ir i or theDistributing it la

stay in Chicago. A banquet and re.t I

.;.,. I a !'II M err I! ,. ption will lie tendered the dlsdnUifihed L. N Erunswi[ & Ce", Nrw Prlran1, La 'f.. J I

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BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY YEARS. ;,.
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1 i- v.- 11nT e ,I Mrs. Minerva t Mnith, of Danville WEEKLY: t4CIIEDULB ; ,

1, Ill., writes : "I had bronchitis for FOB STEAM DIVISION II'ENS..COLA

I twenty years and never got relief
II KLKCT1UCTEUMIJ1A1IAILWAY -
I until I used Foley' Honey and Tar
THE EObA HOISE WhAlU'EB.ractive .
'L II I which is Contains COMPANY r
a !sure cure. no J
I : garment from tome inexpensive opiates. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Tr lni leave feneaool for the Llllli i '
; material hy her dainty needle- Palafox. ToaBlg Warrlnlt0I1.Nlf7 fart l
J yIQnu1 work. The full skirt Is gathered to sad fort Barrancas at I r, I

till empire waist, and a wide applied 8:30 a.m.arrIve at Fort Karrancai I.lSa.n. ::1 I '"
plait down the middle of the front LODGE DIRECTORYKliIGBTS } tOW a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai lO:46a.a I
dflhait IWp.m.arrlveatFortltarnnoaa l:& Il.m 1 Ii I
dares! the lower edge andwiceaU
slightly near 8:80 p. m.arrive at fort Barrancas 4lAp tm ,
the dosing; at the upper left e:15p.marrlveatFortBarranosa r:00pv I' i
OF PYTHIAS *8OUp.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 1:46p.,
side.: The fancy shaped collar givesthe Trains leave Fort Karranoai Pena* I
fashionable breadth to the shoutler oola at .
\ I' \' miin.itant consideration in a woman's correspondence Mrs. Pinkham. It is a Penamcol Lodge. No. 3, K. of r., "
<, but may be omitted If desired. 7llIam. arrive at Fenaacoia. ..._.800... tt :
'. ft 11 that oneotuau can write to another telling her the must innate and confidential ;
l The sleeves are of the two seamed meets every Monday even lluo p, m. arrive at f ensaoola_11:46 p.a .
i r i I'ln.'! ", anti know that her letter will be R'l'nl'ra' \\ only,-a wet mui lull of sympathy lag at 7:30: at Castle Hal: 2:00 p. m. arrive at fensacola___ j:48 ;.m i, .
st 'le. Dainty sprigged lawn, In tbe Hlonnt" Wkttot
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.Id! ith know of woman's ills than that other I 5:00 p m arrive at 1'ensaoola._._ 5:46 p B I ,
ledge possessed by .
i I", \\ a : greater any person. \ Bahdngthlydfloor.Jlslttng Penaoola.t:4a '
chalk; or cashmere, with tie! of liberty 7.00 p m.arrive at p ;
; 'nllhuu: net violates tiicfouiidencc: thus entrusted t tolicrandnlthoujjhshei>ublisl'0 satin ribbon, will give pleasing results I welcomed brethren cordIal 'H.'otatllrda'lonI1 5 p. m. arrive at PeDsaoola_ 8.W p.M I !

i, "I tiinnni.il i > S ""m woolen whll have beotiLiMicfltcd: by her advice and medicine, ne er -r;ttslmiB Dispatch.:: ; II. A, LEE,
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\ ..t.riruce l.aslie i ul>litiv l such a letter without the full convent, and often by : H. HORSIER & o. i FARE FOR WEEK DATS.Peniaoola ;
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I I I to Fort Harrancat and retorn UtFeneacola
Apronr..ts to Yard and __ t
i '\1'! '. llnkhiun i i-; .o amply! qualified tn give tulvioe in cases (,f female ilK is fur the reason another sign of a emersion on the! I PenaoolatoPMmettoBeach Navy and retnrD return let 1HSUKDAT I :
YOURSELF 1
..'i:ul, tlii'iiNiiid ('.WMuinc l,,fore lu-readi: yetr-sme; jH'rsoiiallv, others by mail, and part of our girls to ruuinimtj there' Isprophesied CURE('f 111644 { T unnatural iCHEDCDl. :! t ".

: .M f,,t\\euty y'arstlaylifter dar, nlllilby after lay.; Ttccntyyeary of constant success, the return of the apiou, I ar CCREti 11.5 d"r, di. hjri t'.taaDalatilld, When weather permits the noosing! o "
"'. !, i4! :,' t!:IN aillcd. Surely, v.ouien are wise in seeking: advice from woman of such lUll;;; banished to maids' wurdrubeuml i ito sotto Ouar..oeed unctar.. irr.ii.Uon3 niuconfl or lupnitraD uk.ratiunatt open conctirs '

'. uln'' it is absolutelyri fn'e. : (IK.low stairs regions.! \ Now it is tomuji P".au c.Dt.ri.a I'aiLlMf, and Dot.aetna* Leave feniaocla. Lr Fort 10 Barrifiew, 7 J :li'.
ratlrAISCNa'dtee. ftect ur pouuuuiu.SaH Ba. m a. m I
I. 'I ,:lust! ration of the good cii'iiinjj from such advice we herewith i 1IIhi Ni two letters and to the fore by degrees, and by the SINC'hwAfO.' by :Drucght 11 $. 10.Ip. 11 m. I I : I i

t '!1.". I M:it'iei (;iroat: the uvuliujjot: which should Cite ('\erj' sick;: woiu.in ('Ulltitl(' ('c iuluiiti Lithe all indo ,r thinps are In full swingIt D,9 A If orKrt eiprcs.ID Dlaia rrepsiil wrapp.r, tot. I p.. m m, f I p.p.m m. f
I I .1 'I" ; : tnheljk) them. This i- only one of thou alllis of the same kind of letters will lie a fl'l'uJni2't1)lrt; of every II #55 II.OU, ur S loUI., |j.75. I p. m p.m. ;f '
.. .. I" 1'1I!:iviiani has on iile.Ill woman's house, uniform. Of course ItI'm Q' Circular icbt uu teuueat- 4 p. m p m t:1:f
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I 6 p.m. ( p.m. T i'
-.\n :'IIr.'!. PISKUAU-I: have' read with interest jour advice to others PO much \ Lean ornate affair made of material ( p. m. t p.m. g
.t >*; \. t tlntli'I m/ht" ; I v.ould write to you, for I have. Un MifTi-ring- a lung; time. I have Mab i-\pciM\e and dressy and with i very Woman FAKB roRBCSDATfeniaocla 1 ., I

: %, 'tftJH .\II .'D \n pains, and such hhfiotin-r: pains !po through me. I have headache, backache, everything possible done to It to relieveit Is tntercatrdandst.ntdtawV yardandretnra--to art birrmccat .Nave_.._ .. t
,,=' "' and! .. Menstruation is sometimes have to work and lie down. It h al.utlhewt ..krlnhItR1Il11hir1in9Sprdy f
I ; :" A tIn 0\'1 : n'T\'lainful. stop I of its utIlitarian III'1H'l't. Though/ ftfiiacola to Palmetto Beach aoftrturn.
: ,. and ( troubled with whiUs. to Lear from ._______
\ :j Mi w h Moats terribly, am Hoping you will have strings, no apron Is complete \41 ibenrwt. .t.. lr III I
I ...',n, I inuin.. ; without strings fur the lying! up of various y 1 h m sad +. r, over ?r fa No freight, eivnfl! after SID D. TO t'I
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t.r ....... .:. July J4th: I'HiO. Mis HATTIE DrGKOAT, Succasuma, N. J." persons that like to be held by p eeb 11ll.aa.r.11oc1 1' .t Lwal irul,, -- -, 1 i

I)IV'I 51rs. I4rxnAtsI: can hardly find words to thank you for jour advice and such meani Boston Traiisqiut.Tnke a'i If h roar dr".t, fur Ii. '.,1 The Beer : ,
r.oootanpplIhe
A : ", .1 & wi>ni''Tfnl 1't gt"table! Compound. I was in a terrible state, every part of my body ached, I'.if CnLe. 'II\ 1:1.: ac...pt aoother. k'M j ,
U': 1. wa": u>-\. r.i-r\ous had hv 'teru-al spells. I think I would have become insane had it nut "Misem, the chemist has made his I Inn. {hook"crud-.I..t.1I 81'1'for are n. tITetntPI t4 That Made i ;
i Your letter told just what to do, fUll "dlrWIn. / j:
) been f..r Lydia I'inkliaiuS: Vegetable Con.iioiiiid. roe partl'lllareand ,J
friend!
I fortune at last!: says the I rahabietgiades M 'II' t."to.. y'
'.... -1 1 au" your incdu'ine cured me, and 1 lannMt express my thanks.! r
: : /' :'IIarchth.. 1001 Miss! lUrriE IhGulI\'l': hucrasuiua, N J:' I 15.it 1 thought he couldn't bud. "any I Room iKo Times Kldg.. !,"P w York. i iI
willat all for his cough mixture, answers ANNUtR!I FAMOUS U
/ '\ f \ No other Medicine in the world lia received such widespread : the other' friend. I' ,
.' .. f unqualified endorNement. N'o other medicine has siuh a record (..ff I II "He couldn't so he labeled it 'Genu I I I 1 h

I ("Ir"s (' female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends. Do not be persuaded! ine Maple 11'\IJ'! and t-old every drop The Tonic \

." . t.u! ;..riolher Medicine ju"t as ;olld. Any dealer) who s;:? ets !somethinsf: nf it the first <-i oI day we had. Now I / Par Excellence. IF
/ .'I'ht hi >onr <'ase. II<> N seeking: larger proftt. Tolkm) the record ofIhisInedicfne! : I with orders for it.- I \ I SI i iI
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; ,t' the thousands of euros of Woolen w1IO.e letter are constantly printed in this N "Y .:;t VICTORIA ,
....1.f Compound. I JuJ c. ," c... to.... 'I. 40._ I:" I' '
ratable ,
o' .IHlut else but I'inkhaniN !f
"something:; by Lydia ,!_!, ,..;.. t r
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,-,""al 'I lp. :\"l !' nprr"tlllaa.., Hil"No 'peak "'ttrd. Nolr. I : t1JI lust lO-Cl'.NT KOTTI.E IlKIHl t

,.err -0,: I n'li not ll lu'liever! in tlio !s'ipo In the course of our lives there must : Dj' iJr.Lm"-i IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSBR. I' ;
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] Nfiti...>!i.--.., t j.t'1 III 1,11 tn tell how words are spoken' liy us which nuund Native i Uromo'Qulnii Tablets I (A''Wino COtdl:1f / .!
*nw "1'1,1:1 I la'rs singe >lie l..id met the hearts of others. and there are also! the rCI&lld1lhAt cores a cold in one d+y.If Th.t i i .' ':.';} ,,,r AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED { I"I. "

'f h.al d. dar1!: I tli.it, !If ) C'II hot ui\tiling;: many little ec-cn: !mn8Lvn the word 1 Malarial a'id Typhoid I I. I Harper Whiskey.Main \\i; {II.
,.i. to look alrf-nt for it, I.lit to of cheer is needed from us and we are you want a good Bedstead I Fevers
pj-r i it i.-> nt;"-< "_ -OJ" !: 's* \lsll.lll'f It. J.st weak this, Udlll.lll lot silent.:! i.I or a nice Crib for the: II Colds, Influenza., 8c., : House-401 H. Palafor street. !I i ''f
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.' rn-4 a \ :'imlilc' li.Mpiu' She W.IM'Id' hilt, Ttere me lives of wearisome: monotony to Marston .5',I .\\ .. :-.\ i'
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;,- I baby, go I O. Box :2S1. Petnacola, Fla. :
'- : m X.DII. Then all of a whleh word of kindness tan re I t
r... n-<: :iid I\\ l'ir I! it n I Phones 116-2B8. i ii j: ;
.. f\ -- k, h.'J '.:1 lieve. 'l u're is suffering which words Quiita's. I M MB Mt 1'

i! '''';':' I the n iu\e.. and slus.it C l oWllllllct tlod of eyinpathj can Inane more endurable if
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.i.if \i\ ,t4l/J ..;.. -I, IUT, e.xt-s; tightly! aid thought: of mith- and often evca to the midst of I i

\.: ", ( 'x., ''<.0''.1.J". IaImt: ; tier !"-.-. A ''\\' iniiiiiU"a pass.! wt'ilth and luxury there are those who II.I. CASTORIA WIGS: &GQa j "" i!
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iIR'; : '<1. and 11114.11| a disk lIt dnkiK there listen and long In vain for some eIl'rl'lI-' !
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j 'i( ;:f ) jipI Mied the I right outline of a hatpin slow of djltoH'tl! klnl1C U. I For Infants and Children. 1

.I :.! I',, \ ... t. ,I ll1 Ii :iiitdately M-I.n: trough nfl.'rwlr the (0"1 niv tit friend a M.inktt., Masst.ntlfd and Speak be helped to! those by you.while for they the can day hear may The Kind You Have Always Bong Plumber, Gas ai>ill Steam ittevI I C L !

I \ L. -II. Joy her maid'soiec.: "1 hate come when all our expressions of Ion it! I '

"I 1. r- r.1 I i t"'l,I, ,.I _-1., fmiiid I the pin, lui am. It w.ts lying in and apt ivclatiou may be unheard. Im- Bears thKfin&tozeof I No. i South alafoz Street. i. 1 j

: ; lr- I l't II f'f'a tin folds 1'1'a blanket tu your bet.NeW ."'- agine yourself standing bede their I All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hans: : trai II I!

',. J lurk t'OlUml.rt'nli"rrti'I'r! : last resting place. Think of the things: TST.KPHONB r..r\ .- ;g1'dtGA, FI.A. ;1 j ,

;v; you could have said of them and to I -- !: i I II i
rl" ...: .':::.o<..:;r.i.Il' .- "' .:- Wing !ltcLne.t. them while! they were yet Ihing. Then -------- -- t I -
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'\.,- ,' -,-.It.'.-_ Unfortunatestniiii'ii 1'as.t'n'rs aboard l KO and tell them now.-Exchange. iiC>-WE WILL-@e '
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dure the agonies of iiaiNt-a., Any cir- [Beware Ointment for Catarrh thai f i I I

1 \I ,,111.1 r.1U ad\ he meL eiiN mlII'i I trll!: you that It Is a ino..t Contain Mercury CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS s ? i

dltheult! thinj! : to overcome the inNeraMe _
d.lul'1\ AS mercury will surely destroy the I j' I II

'i\I\' "i,11'1',u if>ok you and want eat Ir-it cling,>,<'n.uons.,1 round! Fiuall rinu l Io y.tonstartlrcir-l1\IWII" even sense of the smell whole and system completely when entering derange -- I and Below Cost to :Make Room for Our Immense Stock of pat ii I ; I II

and ilnnaa-teis: suffer( from it. merely ,
I .:"lan: :. please: it through the mucous surface I Goods.. i :1'i !
-4-Fall
round and :
from suing the hoi-M's go Such articles should never be used ,
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\%" }'rrddlr !iron Irtl. r und. and oat will known rinClUast'r.; except on prescription from reputable jl i' I'i i i,

','. h; Ju %ou soo\\l! at me to, e\en after >ears of eijHTiein.e. till physicians: as the damage they 28 doz Men's Laundried Shirts, 68 pair Ladies'Sprin? Heel Shoes, Get your boys ready for school, ;Ii It! t ; .
little will do is fold to the good i
finds that! if a horse balk a or !I ten from them you regular f 1, to close at 75c. regular $1 goods, to close quick at hoc We carry full line of Boys'Suits. t ; 1
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'""IC"+ yeu bae'at nil tbe pets U-hiud time. eotiHu-llir him. to I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured doz Men's Colored Laundried pair. 68 Boys' Suits, regular price, $1.00, ,! I ; I
I follow time UIII'II it, he will: i-rotiably 27 to close at 75c suit. I
I \ t umrried. either of my undergo a painful: tit of Io lkue..s after by F. Cheney & Co., Toledo 0., : shirts, regular 1 -laC- to close at Kc. 63 pair I Ladies'; Low Cut Slippers, 67 01 Suits, regular price 1 t I :
I '' 1 'ITin1 '...\t.6. contains no mercury, and is taken regular 11.23; goods, to close at $1.05 aicssU.7 :
leaving; the rhl;:. internally acting {directly upon the,.1' 67 doz Men's Colored Laundried $1.50 to close at $1.15 suit. ; :I'
Wlr"t 1'orin. -- blood and mucous surface of the. Shirts regular 50c goods, to close at pair. 120 Boys' All-Wool Suits, regular fl' E '
?. Natural An iet)'. Hall's Catarrh 35c; these goods should go in 24 68 pair Men's Low Cut Shoes, regular price $2.00 to $3.00, to close at $L69 ; l .i
:' i 1. ,ire "iu\'in7 the praises system, In buying and $2.00 suit i ______
: Mothers regard approaching winter Cure be sure you pet the genuine, I hours. $1.50 goods, to close at $120 J; f ;
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new disconrwhich We the
Ntaken internally and is made i it 20 doz Men's French Neck Balbri pair. carry largest line of Boys'Pants i" i ; !
children take It :
: -" with uneasiness, I
sick people well carried
II .k 'tuple{ many strong{ by digesting No disease costs more Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co,, I gan Undershirts at 20c, regular 25c We carry the largest line of Boys' by any bouse in the ; 1 ) ;!
cold so easily. i
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free. Pensacola. IiI ;
Testimonials '
; goods. Shoes of anbouse in ,
v i':it. by cleansin and It's attack is of Ladles'
? little lives than croup. our and Misses'dropstitched i I i
'\t. ; ,:' J the stomach and by so sudden that the sufferer is often IJIr Sold by Druggists, price 7o c: II 30 doz Men's French Neck Balbr!r;;- Bring your boys to us, we can fit 25c. hose, to close at t ;j\\ i I

.. 'rtllutg! ; their food into the beyond human aid before the doctor per bottle. gan Undershirts, at SOc, regular 4ct them in any size. 20c. pair. ; \, rt i '
: .: i i ore. rich, ml blood that arrive*. Such cases yield readily to HaIrs Family Pills are the best. I sold by others at 50c. We have just; received a full line 100 doz Misses'! full seamless hose, 1. : i jl t i f'All f

;' .,.:' ":1 feel good all over. Mrs!. One Minute Cough Cure. Liquifies our dollar line of underwear to of Linen and Duck Skirts. We will to close at 60c doz, or 4 pair for 25c. .' il

,.:. 'fTr.iy, I. T., writes: For the mucus allays inflammation, removes We will launder your spreads fo;: close at 75 cents. close at EOc for your choice. Borne 75 doz Men's Seamless half hose if t i
II' .. 'r"t t years I was troubled I danger. Absolutely safe. Acts 15 cents each and make them loo 72 Pair Ladies Spnrj Heel Low of them are worth J1.50.We regular lOc goods, to close at 6c pair. ;'1 1,, I
'lu'e-tion' and dYSrepSI3.w Cures, coughs colds, a full line of Skirts. We have just received a full lint .j
II' immediately. like uw. Star Laundry. Cut Slippers, 24; to 7, regular $1 carry
r'. "-i into the worst form,, grip, bronchitis. all throat and lung goods, to close atTOc pair. Look at our window display. (of Ladles' K+ Gloves, in all shade fl '
... x'f 'i'a luduced to use Kodo!!l trouble. F. S. McMahon, Hampton, "
: '." u-lug four bottles I am en' voiceless Marston $ Qui nq, have : Prices will Sell Them "1l have '
: ,:: Ulrd. Ga.: "A bad cold rendered me ; Remember, we must have Room and if we <: Room
1\ : : I heartily recominenc I just before an oratorical contest. nice Dressers aWash i
all some very
Millers from indigestior'I'IM. L I intended to withdraw, but took :1
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:' ,: : Taken dose after One Minute Cough Cure. It restored Stands very cheap F. E. BRKWNER'S ,
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J'} ", It" dlests what you eat. I my voice in time to win the medal. Just the thing to go wit.
,1 .Li' nnacy: John Shepard: Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, I 0= ;;105 SOUTH PAL4FOX STREET. .1 !Sidney Kahn Iron Beds. ,

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'.j! J ILi PUT WIRES OBSERVER SEEKS I Hair falling? Then you are starving it. AX USPARALLFL- :" I



i EWSI INFORMATION : You can stop hair=starvation with a ''I

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I Iitered: at the Port office at Fensacola UNDERGROUND, 3.0Lowfll.JUM. j /
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PEXSACOLA, Fla., Oct. 17, 191J'l.) ,
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Editor Daily News I - I'
THIS WILL BE DONE BY TELEPHONE :

I t THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. !!i 1. At the list meeting; of the city WEEKLY MEETINC LIKE HOT CAKES \

COMPANY SOON.i council, held Oct. 15th, one of the
ki Terms: Invariably in Advance. I WEDNESDAY MUSICALE During Au'u-t!; tv': r \.>

On Year by Mall ... ..........J5 W< I I I I aldermen asked for information in 1 1I THEY ARE GOING :'! the death claims p .ld ;.I :
f .. .. so States :
mix Month regard to two matters which the and Canada
U Work will be commenced shortly !I :, The Wednesday Musicale met i ,: ,.
j' Oat We k.by Carrier. Payable Monday '
ble Life ,
. to place nearly all cables of the telephone -' tax-payersof this city are very much i I with Mrs. Northup to reorganize :und I I II As-ural.'-- v.: _
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( ; TELEPHONE NO. H8.Urerliairg system under the ground, I.'I interested in. First, aa to why the ,I begin work for the winter. This was "Hndgins 5-Cent" cigars and "Big paid proof.within one day ./:: -

,{ Rates Furnished on Application otherwise at Board of Public Safety and Board of I strictly a business meeting. The Peusacola" tobacco are fairly "tak
making improvements I
Public Work did not ask for bids election of officers resulted as fol- ing the town," and experienced And during nn III.M.),; ,. ,. ,

the same time.Manager II for feed-stutfs for stock at the time lows: Mrs. Brawner, president; Mr?. dealers and wise smokers are taking { year hay the per t ij( ,", ......

f UNION Er1F G. B. Prior of the local Rutherford, 1st vice president; Mrs. these brands! in preference to many Iwlow 98'C. ;

exchange said the work would be i they advertised for bids for feeding Kessler, 2d vice president; Mis others. "The the "Hudgins" is a This excels
H.t- ,
F done and that he had been notified I prisoners, medicines, shoeing stock, I Wilson, secretary; Mrs. Pebley, neat, well-made, even cigar, con- great record It i L- .

1 hI PEISAOOLA, OCT 18, 1902 etc. The mayor informed the. treasurer, Miss Burrow, librarian ; taming carefully selected stock-all i \
been
;I that would be sent here next I approached
a gang I Oyja: : :: -
I 1 board of directresses Mrs. Flinn, Havana, smokes free and of pleasant; i .
that this
gentleman was a matter
pany.
i: \Il.1: THE coal strike is settled, but the week to commence the job. He was 1| Miss Bonifay, Mrs. Nerthu and flavor; and the "Big Pensacoli"1I I

vise man still locks up his wood- not given specific information on the that belonged to the two boards, and i j Mrs. Keller. Mr. Spencer was re- I I is a mixture that appeals to the taste I II ":;tron e"t in HIP \\ i:

# 'r i I I not to the city council. :Now, I elected director of chorus work. THE EQUITAI5LF. S
1. ; pile. date when the gang would arrive, II I I | I of every pipe and cigarette smoker j LI I ?

but learned enough to warrant him would like to ask, are not the I Miss Heine was unanimously elected j Ask your dealer for them. All we iI j jI ANCE Ol'1! ; ', -

# THE new broom trust will make a saying the change would be made. i'I Boards of Public Works and Public I| a member of the club. The membersof I want is a_trial._ I IJ OF THE :Jl':MTfKXOWLES.; j
clean Wonder if James E. the club will not have to pay regular -
.,. sweep. Safety amenable to the city council i ii J I
I will be in it? The franchise held by the tele- I I dues this year, they will onlybe NOTHING SO GOOD.

--- phone company permits of the I i I for all their acts? Section::! 35 of the I! assessed when needed ; this was I nothing I Blhi." I

EMILAND will be revenged for without further :1! city charter reads: "The Mayor : decided to be the better plan. There 1 so good and helpfulasHEPATI-j ? I
i i Carrie Nation's visit Hall Caine' change applicationto 1 1 CUBA, because it cures without producing General .\., i '.
_' i shall have to purchase all articles being no further business the meet ,'. I
power bad effects tned-
the city council, and the only j any as most
', $, will be sent to u.s.IFJetfersonDaviswere. I adjourned to meet next Wednesday i icines do. Hepaticura is a substitute 309 tj. Palafox St. l'> \ :
needed for the city, in its several I ,
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reason why work was not commenced 4 o'clock with 1 for calomel and much better
afternoon at Miss
_ t- j ; still living earlier in the year was the city I II' departments; if the amount to Wilson, West Gregory treet. ,,- than that drug because it has none -
he would not reciprocate I I i'
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probably ur Ieath"When
I of its bad etl cts.. i
be is 100 the council
expended over
MARY WILSON
i tj the good opinion Arkansas namesake i sanitary laws, which prevents excavations -i Mr W.rt.Jordan: of Jacksonville. death -*". :.

I1 holds uf him. I I being; made! in the streets I must approve before the purchase is 1 1m:1de. Secretary. Flt."s: B'jth myself andmy friend from a severe sir.:' ,
.t Mr. HQ -oU are greatly pleased with
He shall the
IF Amelia Bingham culd only i j i before a certain time is passed. : report purchases i lteoo\eretl fexech and Hearing.MtiSKS. the effect of HEPATIC URA and I trouble that I had -.. .

: cables under made by him at each meetingof I I can without hesitation recommend : writes I'. .\IuC.
years
I IMagdalen" Putting telephone -
Modem : .
ELY BROS.
J, convince the public thatJ-A: : I commenced
r is really naughty how the ground will be advantageous in the council." The latter part of using your Cream: Balm about two .. it a-> being I ever the saw.finest It* action LIVER is:MEKICIXE miid- ., "Dr. King's Scw i

w @ !V lucky she would he. many ways. An underground wire I :Section A of the city charter reads: year somewhat ago for thick catarrh.and Mjoicewas niy hearingwas : and pleasant and entirely free from my life and gave in-- 0
----- i : griping or of the !sickeung ef- Best pills on earth a; :
i any
1I I 4t' WE did not kuow Labor Commissioner H in no danger of being struck by i -If supplies or other forms of personal I dull. My hearing) has been fully ',, fects of calomel, yet it doe the workas W. A. D'Alonibcrt- .
restored and
1 t Canoll D. Wright was "(,Ui i lightning and that is no unimportant ., l property are to be purchased, !I quite clear. rny I all speech a teacher habecome m our thoroughly as it could be done by Houth Palafox -trt :

4Jt t'k color," but the Atlanta Journal feature. Besides this another great I i they shall be purchased: by the i town. I. any medicine. It has without doubt ---
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i makes him decidedly so. advantage will be that all poles on i I mayor subject to the provisions of j i Xo L. G. BROUran f'r. O. tack of biliousness. Sold; by all
uetdt-d. 1 rial
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i : "Tilt good men dj lives after I the principal streets
k '' & :!, N them.1' Governor Caudler bought; same, will not be needed and will I purchasing :agent, have not the |i dru;/!ists.Boos We, oti malt\\.lfrenstreEt it.LLY : I' Watch your corks; see 1f'tw..rn P..n..Ac..la
sad! M:
Fri '. enough; coal last: summer to keep the perhaps be taken down and taken members of the city council a right I New York. that they are branded <
yq 1 new governor warm all winter despite 'I Kuns Pail)' V.\. cpi v .
tb ask for in to'! ''
to explanations regard:
t out of the way. :SchUl:.
coal strikes or other coutiug ATTENTION.
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OF TAvtt'vvMliton
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i, h STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ ...
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The other important matter I -
street, now in use by the long distance II I Chillll'Y Light Infanll y. srYrnsatolassam .\r v
r BILLDI.VERTday'snubald-beaded: I :
t ; brought and one that I believethe I t'are.rIUClouLI .
telephone people: will be allowed up ; ;
man can ever be president, but the You are hereby ordered to assemble Will make regular trips between ,:

S, bald-heads rated not care when they to stand unless those people city council should iuvesti-ate'l;,; at armory hall Monday night, Pensacola Point Washington and ]

!: a { i are eligible to pre-ideover Standard follow the other company's pace: thoroughly, was the Oct. 20th, in fatigue uniform: and Freeport. Leave Baylen street EVERYBODY LOOKS

4 : I { Oil companies:" at tony times a pre i- and bury the wires.Jumakiugthe sealer of weights and measures. I leggings for muster and inspection. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive 1

{ dent's salary.I Xo excuse will be accepted unless at Freeport at 6 I FOR THE BES1
m. same day.
<. Ic change, the com- This i is an important office, and one p. j
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?? THE negro of Alabama: is sifted will expend hundreds: of dollars that interests every person in the '
pany I ber must be present at b o'clock 1
p.m. and arrive Pensacola 6 m. same
I p. Here it Call: -
'' again. TUb time: by the :\luulle'geueral I city who buys or sells by weight or j is. :
material and labor. By order of .
in __ d.*y. Fare round trip ?*; one way f 3. i iTJIOS. I Creary. They are .d'l 1 i .
; who ordi- I
council,
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PARKHILL
measure. a year; or more j jcity Cosmos, Captain.
; Strickennli t'araly.id.Henderson work that can be tutuI: i
car companies -
< l riaucecumpelliugthestreet: ; cletk has been drawing a salary L. 0. L.UUTM, Captain. I !:111m: ,
RfiHi, to provide' d .t ctivu !seats Grimett of this place I 1st fergt.Cleaning : :prepared to do any 1 k .

for w lute and! colored p.uroti- ;; wits; stricken with partial paralysis uf $2:j per uioutli as staler: : of weights j ---. I They put on India nil h!>

i > 1! i and completely( lust the use ot one: aud measures; the concensus off t ladies skirts and waiu I best nn the market. .,:. .
'llih settlement <>i the coal strike arm :unl ,.Hit:. After K-IUC treated Carolina Portland is they have a full 1 h;"
1 looks like a aiuw. Tilt operators 1I 1 by an eminent ply-iciati fur quite a : opinion seemto be that he ha done i 13 one cf OT specialties. Mar Latin i:tires in stock.
I Willie without relict, wife Jry. I .
my l'eCIJUII, Doe your buggy n. :
ray they bale won wui.oiit conceb- mended Chamberlain'1'nuhalmI little or nothing; to earn his salary I ,
ing? They can make .
II and after u-iiig two bottles of it he I and it might be well for the public ; Cement Co.BIRMINGHAM ;rl1eir prices, too. ai. i- ,

vactry.'I l ij { =>tutirely cured.-UL<>. n.1| to know just what: bat been done in I Try one of our celebrated ;they have ample cij J p s ?: -

;(:f.\\., ;,t consider it necessary: to battle over !I AicDo.NALU, Man., Logan county, I II. $ S. Felt Mattresses. i d first-class carriagi-t
'I I \V. Va. ntveral: other very remark : the past twelve months towards giving i repairing busine-Icall i I'

I again. __ I able cures of partial paralysis have'i the people of this city correct: !' They never pack or grow\\I ALA. i on them.
been fclTected by tie: Use of tliH liniment. ; Scales
A". ., .. THE: campaign itiLtrary of HOIi.V. !'I It is ii-ost widely known, weights and measures. '! lumpy. Better titan a hair \ repaired.FPiTE' "I I i

;'t \ li. Lamar oiiiigs Dim to llltJIl'I' however, as a cure fur rtieuinuti-iii, I mattress! at half the price. i 15 Ea-t I, ,:

i 0 t today wneie he h joiutU: by beuator i iWailory I i spraiiis and IJI Ub6:. ,)IdJy druggists OttoEKVEB.A : Marston # Qidna. !\ Kck: ,>f all Higli; trades= AmeriicuiPortlind I Phone iJ7.JEAT .
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: and medicine dealers I Cenifiit.: "Cfprmanu, ,
and together they will -
: urge i I IY A \ Iraielert ; '
- G.'nnan ;-"tl1rll. iennan Port-
I the faithful to a inure atreiiuuu al- : Have medium I i luiiu OniMit, Kings >. Y. Calcined :\ &
you tried a or medium The excitement incident to travel- JEWELER IN HIS \ MALT !L.I- I :
4. ,, liegence 10 democratic principles of strong Hudgius 5-cent cigai! ? and of food and water j I Plaster, Ro--iidalf Cement kept atNorfolk dietetic value. While r. .
iug change
l'ort-mouth, Charleston .
a J4 .i( 't government.Tn often brings on diarrnoea: and for j NEW STAND l Savannah, Jaek-mville PensacoLi. 'pleasant to take, it hi., -

L t. Tampa Tribune throws bouquets MISS HAZEL BOBE I this reason no one should leave home i II Mobile; New Orleans, Galveston.' ':ion of food. Sold by
II bottle Chamberlain's I I We aNo make ahipnieuts direct from DA\XHEI"I' 'I.
9 at the Ir.Utrulty with generuUd I without a ;: I Mills ,
wherever
I we get cheapest'freight
s prolusion and to the cartlesssoberver I DIED YESTERDAY ': Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemtdy. ': 120 I have South moved Pal ifux.my jewelry store to i rate. :Sole' selling agents for I IItb.I1lla" -

For sale by all druggists and ] formerly occupied -II "_\ and "Southern I :
t t with seeming larthLlitj"1 : ; : by Bass & Co., and am now Cross;; FINE STATIONERY.
but ttre are a few '.. !:: medicine dealers. I better prhpared than ever to give Brand, Portland Cement M;rno-I
i great barg tins in diamonds,watches I Its Hydraulic Natural Cement !:
coldly neglected. Why
eutly\r.d
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As the shades of night fell over made near Birmingham.Correspondence .
t\. ...! Have you tried a medium or medium jewelry etc. Call and see me and C. V. Thompson, ..NPalifox :". _.

.: \ :. 1. tbfdhaattlt'ueer. ._ ___ this city yesterday the soul of I strong Hudgin o-cent cigar? ; let me convince you.J. I Solicited. ] : "treat. ha-
-t 1. rTJoPHE :-;. jiitoew
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; ;I AFTER all ujt: h:1: been said about Miss Hazel Bobe took its flight; to I I ; I supply of Linrn i I' ,

I the uppomtme.b>' the governor of the other world. She died at 5:15.' FINElCEMENT \: J Papers[ white blue and. l t-i I ..

I. '4 ;":' E. D. toys; as criminal court judge o'clock, when surrounded by many I Envelopes to match Oxf ";
; m 'ubla county lays i .Swansdown Flour. :also Foreign :\ Tabl1relopes
6. Id i, r t: and fur 1SCa." DRIVEWAY ;: w
v'Metrol'olls' few relatives and friends. It was expected I .
'j' the Jacksonville I I to match. Ink. I

i I 4' .? yoing men are more lesrtvlUg.than she would not live until I I II I [Penholders, Blaukbo.ik-F ;j.

a Judge Beg Jttrfgs Is tau night and all her relatives were HAS NO EQUAL. TAKE NO OTHER. (!tc., always on hand.
ffl L $, Dlxlconcieuiou do aught but A fine cement driveway, enclosed i ,
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to \'e/ notified. They were near her when Phone 231.
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thinks ,s death came. Two of her brothers

b j [ 1p all men. are very low with fever and one of ing built at the rear of the Unittdj i make the best bread that can be produced. I O.A.BTOrt.JA.: :

# Ii the tobacco States custom house, and will be a ;; Bean the l e 1.d y J h.egatr. ., J .
t ; 'fut:: N 1.w. i ,.iscu-sing them had had a long siege of it. ': ARE AGENTS FOR BOTt1.OUR
e-GxWE .
jet FlorUa had: by : great: improvement. This was in- : e lr7
.it crop m \ The funeral will take place to- Gt
: ii. 110 nieai-s for.;otteu the: little tobacco eluded in the recent clntract.nd is': .. K.rLiW.;(
FRESHLY PARCHED COFFEE .
morrow morning at 10 o'clock, the
( that thistortuu.t.
3, Eden arJuU< or I only one of the many new features, !i iI
4g tobacco garden nad been intermnt to be made at St. Michael's I HAS; NO Eljr\L. DUST( FAIL TO HI'JIT. .\ TRIAL.
+l *- now being added to this hand-ome All kinds of chair. I'
wuh a blue ribbon at the t tbuildiug.

r't i Ii Pari'decorsed. ex'0-.Itiun, but in our paragraph cemetery.. :1 |I JAS. McHUGH, Prop.. New Orleans Grocery. j rocking chairs a? Mini
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{It?. we wroto of the general tjiidition I Try Tm: NEws Want column ; it I.i i For (her S ulj Yearb. I II Phone IO. H unit 10V. I ill' ni>ncla M. Qaina's.. Prices
i! : of tilt tobacco crop in the willpay you Miffs \\ IiLuW'S HOOTHIX. HYKCl- j .

a wettetii pun ot the state. I been u fd for over sixty years by niilllonsol ; MEUX'S .
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ail WHY do democratic leaders always with perfect success. soothe the chlisodeog > //

insist lu sliding in a weak EruptionsDry I the gumsallays til pain.cure' > ... I Hotel Camden
colic and la the best remedy for Ui r .oeft.1 qJtJIJltJdYtY
plank of undemociatic principle in I
1 little ro'r Im- .
1 It sal relieve! the poor '
moist tetter all formsof ( .V.MIiALVISXM:
I our platform? Haven we: fallen scaly | mediately. Bold by UrnggisUlui part '

} through often enough by this time eczema or salt rheum, pimples or the world. Twenty-flve cents 'n battle ,. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING AND LITERATUREprepares Is Now Open to the PUt; .,
15e ask for")1 Wlnsluw Jootb- ,
I to learn better? Our platform is and other cutaneous eruptions' proceed eure you c
lag H}ruy, 'and take no other kind. >
only so strong as its weakest plank, from humors, either inherited, : under the minag.me:

it.Ii4, and we must stick to democracy if young men and women for I has established! in connection with
would win, instead of timing with or acquired through; defective digestion LITTLE FOLKS MINSTRELS. good i iI iI !: in business, and !''ures the college i tour=f of instruction MRS. S. MIMS.

and :assimilation.To ---- I positions for its student Send by mail. Send for catalogue, term,
1v I ;I socialism andl'urulism.BUSINESS I I.I for handsomely illustrated cata etc. Addre+ :
f .' I -- treat these eruptions with There will be a special dunr for logue. I C. O. MEUY, Pensacola, Fla. of Pensacoh Florid
medicines is the Little Folks; Minstrel ( ,,any' i i
t LEAGUE drying dangerous.
performance Oct. 2" At 11 rrin-- iI RATES REASONAW .
The thing to do is to takeHood's ton tickets can be obta iJ at I

t..i MONTHLY MEETINC I Hlrscllko\ Hz's store. Other 'long F. B. BRUCE By the Day, Week or M
Sarsaparillaand the line of the road can get mat ,
1 f The next stated meeting of the I Coe's. Ile'erved seat;, &; 'suts I Fable Furnished with tI.I' i' .


i t., t t should Young be Men's held on Business Tuesday League next! Which thoroughly Pills clea n

g= i October 21st. As no meeting has expelling all humors and building Have you tried a med n or me I
s dium strong Ilnd ins 5 r.' cigar? Free Sample II "Or. -
been held since July, members are up the whole system. They cure .

I respectfully urged to attend. Postal Hood's sarsapariUa permanently cured J. I Xo d'Ulger- -of-con;-u' ."u if youuseFoley's !i! Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Bicycle and I Sunday. Rates! Mad t" 'I l lcitiiw rstir. .

card notice will not be sent out for 0. IIme Franks. 111., of enema from whichhe _
| ; Honey au" Far to C< re Bicycle Sundries, Edison Phonograph and Music.
this meeting as it i is hoped that this had suffered for some time; and MissAlvina 11 -.
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; I Wolter, Box %:2. Algona. \YK. of pirn- i that stubborn cwurh \\ A. D'...I. .
I notice will insure a quorum. plea on her face and back and chafed skin! on emberte.121: S. Palate Hammond and Other Typewriter. Typewriter supplies.! All Kinds 01'' -
t I J. K. KILLEK Pre her I --- --- Repairing Lock and Key Fitting rai'pre | i
body by which i be had been creatij nor } CHAS. A. CHOATE, sec.r : troubled. There are more testimonials In OABTOA, High-Grade Hammeriesil Guns KEpt for nt.Big Supply) of Fresh Shells, I j 1 Hrltlf.b ,f ( al.,,!prepmshh. .
4 1hPK"+ all Low Prices. I for dh'-
-'- favor of Hood's than can be published. I s-&nthe tieaySP 'rI at Io
: ljo i?d by the crew of ai-l t'O'u1
I Have you tried a medium or met Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to h..turoo I
f! 15 South Palafox Street.
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, To restore vigor WILL INTEREST EVERYBODYOr 3\To. OOOS. t
/ to the system W. C. O.
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build LITTLE( FOLKS ; F. C. HORTON. Cashier; {
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Saod solid flesh S. J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; M. E. CLARK Ass't Cashier. :

CElE6RATE0 nOGetieromedlcfne at Least Everyone Who Suffers

Betters than By cur-the MINSTRELSSo From Catarrh. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I

y IngIndigestion Catarrh in its various forms is a .

f ;, national disease, and the fact that OF PENS ACOL A, FLA. ,
nearly everybody suffers from it .
Dyspepsia, muih has more or less leads to neglectits
already been said many Designated Depository of the United States.
Constipation treatment. r'
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P, f Biliousness, Nasal catarrh is a common cause Condensed Statement at the close of business Sept. 15, 1902.
Insomiia, and mains to be added to their fame. of headaches, destroys sense of ,
smell and if neglected reaches the (From Report to Comptroller.) I' 1 3 I
f Malaria, lever Everybody knows them. But, since throat, causing impairment and I i

1! and Ague the reservation of seats begins Mon- sometimes total loss of voice. Bron- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. i

BITTERS good health Is chial catarrh leads easily to con- Time J338.797.32 Capital Stock ...... .. .. ...... ... .. .... ...200000.00
assured. Try It. day, Oct. 20, at 10 o'clock at the opera sumption. Catarrh of stomach and Demand 50.03665 Surplus Fund. .. ...... .. .. .... ...... .. .... at. 10,000.00') '
house, the management desires to liver are very serious and obstinate Overdrafts...... .... ...... ..... .. ...... .... 10.1.72 Undivided Profits...... ..... .... ..... .... t 9,856.23 I
FAIRCHILD us troubles, while it is now generally U. 8. Bonds and Premium... ..... ..... 167171.87 Circulation...... .... .. .. ...... .... .... .... ((125,000.00! I )
B. H. say that this performance on Oct. 27 admitted that catarrh is the most Stocks! securites, 2,625.00 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ... 401,624,71 ; !
: : : will be common of all causes of deafness.All Furniture and FIxtures.... ..... .. .. ...... 6,718.48 i .
uruOLIBTER.E absolutely the best by far of the more serious forms of I. R. Stamps. .. ...... .. .. .... ... .... ...... !SS34 f. f

I 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ever given by this company. Their catarrh begin with nasal catarrh the Cash and Exchange! ..... .. .... ... .. ...... 160,938.66 p

tart and Refinishing Furniture a merit will fill the house, in additionto local symptoms, being a profuse discharge I
Ersrf r16.1SO.9'i i s
stoppage of nostrils, irrita- $746,480.94 i I
Specialtf. their playing for one of the great- tion and frequent clearing of the

Pl1Ouo -1O3. charities in the world. throat, sneezing, coughing and gag- 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ; ;
giug.
Tne old style of treatment with Ii .

R. K. WHITE, HOPE LODGE douches inhalers, sprays salves, u2sasasaasEs252saszs2szs2
etc., simply give temporary relief
{Ist.lnnJk'r! Manufacturing Jeweler and everyone who has used any of i SHIRT WAIST'OFFERING I :
ANNUAL BALL them knows how useless they are 3srI I}
and Graduate; Optician, and their inconvenience is such .1 r '

wtk .'.tzfe! M nuroU, FU that very few have the time or patience 1 I m I
? to continue their use. I .
Hope Lodge No. 2E71, Knights of j A radical euro of catarrh can only' I Ii"

'-- rvwvvlJIEVIS 1 Honor Warringtou, will give their be obtained from a treatment which i' m. ,
j removes the catarrhal taint from mil! I f

annual ball on the evening of Nov the blood because no one will now !; R 11 ? III
OTES dispute that catarrh is a constitutional 03!? .M D f\J laD Y . ,:
121 for the benefit of the relief fund. ;, or blood disease, and local applications 'I 2.S2.5C.S25tStS2:25252.5C.5 .: ; is Ir r

i Special trains will leave at 8 p. m. I can have no effect except ito |

and return after the ball. Transportation toms.A temporarily:;. relieve local syrup : 52 Beautiful Colored Taffeta and Peau de Sole Silk Waists *< ** .* t I j t: I

.1 i.. !i I'li an iutere t.1' will be free for holders of new remedy which has been re- I A Few Slishtly D\maged, Not Enough to Afl-ct their ]{euity-M.i |"' nty are Perfect Goods-all ( r s'c
mat: kaLI successful in curing catarrh r
tickets and one lady. Refreshments is a pleasant tasting tablet this Keason'-s: Styles. Colors : White, Pink Light Blue, Red. Green, OH }t.tlIld Bl'u''k. ;'
I .
v t.lvfrtisemeut of will be served. Admission; for gen- which i is taken internally aud acts I

.. ,s Sjn's l.ijj Store. tlemen ladies i' upon the blood and mucous mem I "
50 cents ; free. Remember bra: ne SILK WAISTS. FLANNEL WAISTS. t't

..t-w advertisement the date I j It is composed! of antiseptic rem- II t

.. l>. It will pay edies [like Hed Gum Ilion root and COMI: J:.\II.XH oirr cnoicn. ALL iiriXT: GOOfS-SI\o'O\'S' xinv '
: simile cleansing, specifics which i
Hive: you tried a medium or medium .
$300 Waist $235400and4.oO : irrirrs.
:
eliminate the catarrhal from
strong: Hud ill';; 5 cent cigar: ? ,I the system. poison 35)\Vaht?; .. .. . .. . ... .. . . . . .. 'J 5 lJ |J
T-iiiU! at Green, $1 25; Waists in lied, Blue and! hi'! "
The tablets being pleasant to the :
Waists 350 h..s.k.\\
98c
....xt week will b* WAS\ RELEASEDTHIS i taste: are dissolved in the mouth and I I Stitching . . I 4 i!
5Mnnlt5rO\\.nj.-ts..l.W I ; .
; f
;
See their aJ.f ti'ti reach the and'finally
trachea
: throat 6Oand650\Vaiis.- .. . .. . . . 500 I Kinbroidf-rt-'l and J :" !
; the stomach and entire alimentary 12,50Vait; oi Appliqued -
,f the Chipley Light MORNINGJoe c'lIIa'fhey\ are sold by | SRI SHOW WINDOW. I Flauuel. $198

-. i \ "-d at the county drtiTgi: ; everywhere under th,, !: t. I.tJSPECIALS 1'I. f
name of Stuart's Catarrh 'Tablet.
.J t meet at the art ;
: ,. to sign i p.1y roll. If desired, when there is: much j IN! TABLE LI NENS.-IP i J :
Vauderlip, who was hell as a stoppage; of the nose the tablets I
K'ikMinstrels; will be dis: "owed in warm water and u*t.'d I| I! I !
"'
fugitive from Baldwin county for the us a douche in addition to internal '' 51-inch BLEACHED DAMASK, 51-inch BLEACHED DAMASK 39c
ra house; at 2 o'clock 34c
(past ten days, was released from the i use: but a douche is not at all neces worth 50c yard for Y worth tOe yard, for {
.' I nioou for rehearsal. sary. A few dissolved in the mouth I
ir"- urged to be present I county jail at to) o'clock this mOfll- daily will be sufficient.! Dr. Ainslee: (50-inch) UNBLEACHED DAMASK, 34c ra-inch;! UNBLEACHED DAMASK! :, 49c
'
r hour named. lug:, the governor having failed to says: "The regular daily use of worth oOc yard for I worth We yard, for '
.Stuart's Catarrh Tablets taken internally f :
In! andy unless you know honor a request for his requisition. I will cure the whole catarrh.

i. 'apt.. Jacob Kryger Vanderlip was very happy when I al trouble without resorting" to the NAPKINS.., ;, r,
I inconvenience of a douche or an in- 1' :
< liar: gu:iruutet;* Malice, Sheriff Smith informed him of his. I i haler." 12x12 BLEACHED.dozen..fde( | l5xl5BLEAUHED.done . . .. . ... . .IOC__ ''f
--'i.' Try it. You can freedom. They seem to give a healthy toneto .

.: tn- Bijou all the best ___ ___ j the whole mucous membrane and

*. .i-ky, wines awl beer. Catarrh, an excessive secretion i i they it i H will really clear remarkable the head and how throat soon I A W. J. & B. FORBES. A "il'I! L

\ ii -,'..t what you call for from an inflamed mucous inem-i, of the unnatural and poisonous Catarrhal )I i I
brain-, \radically and permanently
I
.
I iy H it the Jijou. i secretion. --
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curt d by Hood's Sarsaparilla i -- -------- "
: Stuart's Catarrh Tablets is un- I
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>.' 'f ipple !gray horost doubtedly the safest most palatableand F.&A.31. I You Buy Them at the Rostun Sh' <,p Store. They are Good I I. i
[ tried medium
H.iviyou; a or medium ,
t I..r: :t'.e: tire depirtim'tu's certainly the moot efficient aud ,
-.troiig Hudins o-ceut; cigar? Regular communicationof
: ::
i ;I-ruing, for trial and convenient remedy for any form of ', Escambia Lodjre No. 15; "

," \ < iti-l.iftory a purchu-r! : catarrh. I, F. & A. M., at 7:5i: ) p. in.. j i
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I h u... !1' The animals are at TAKEN BACK i: Have you tried n medium or medium !:1 Mond IiARRYV.i\", October. GIIIBS:!(I. ,$ FALL DAYS.$ i'i'i

'J It t: ;,.: ,,;.-rty of F.. C. Urent strong Hudgins; 5-cent cigar'' !1 ,
:Seer tart' .
1.1<' iiiiiitil oii*>:. The price ism TO MONTGOMERY L
W. D'C. KEsSLER W. M. ARE COMING.Can't .
II! ft purchasing. ; t* ard. BIG OWL AT - --- .- :

Iy II i-wel| will appe-irat[ -- 1 I HIN Life In .','ril. wear those light Shoes much lotiirer.; We are ready for you with ;

:'."11-!. tonight; as Princess Chief Deputy Sheriff Belcher rf THE CEMETERY' "I just seemed to have gone nil to the most; np-to-date hue ofLadies' I'

\I'l.tlloyal F'.unily..I ." Montgomery county, Ala., arrived piele=." writes Alfred L'4e, of Welfare I- : :

-.I; '-hdld play with richtijiurb ; Tex., biliousness and a lame Gents' and Children Shoes f !
last night with proper requisite ni I back had made life a bUI dell. I r
.1. I acting./ Eight; i
I for Joe Mil s, colored under :i A large owl has taken up its abode I couldn't eat or sleep and felt almosttoo
I tides; in royal robes papers worn out to work when I began vor seen in our city. Call and *ee for ,you*elf. We are anxious to show ,
i :'i, ti.f court seme. Se- indictment for a serious crime in' in the trees on the old part of St. Mi- i to use Electric Bittersbutthey worked you our line ;\ t

i i Joe aud see one of Alabama. The olllcer left with his j chael's cemetery, aud almost any I wonders. Now I sleep like a top, -"---- -1""
can eat anything, have gained in : t
"i the: -eason. man this afternoon. Milos seemed ,! afternoon may: be seen fighting I ;strength and enjoy hard work." .I

-. : rt- ;.> many compel very much against; returning, and he j small" ?r and more savage: ; bird:. A* I They give vigorous health and new : q
made an effort for release through life to weak, sickly, run-down people. BostonShoeStore1
l I.< milled with an or- i t night approaches the repulsive bird I Try them. Oaly fiDe :at W. A.D'Aleuiberte's .
habeas proceedings.iorH
> '" :announced in the corpus- --'-' -- leaves its daily haunts in a searchfor II I drub store, 121: South I I

i'.rune, who will be ( Like Hot .ukr". I Palafox street.JVhen .
prey, and many chickens;; that I ..1'1'11.1I'OliCll 11 ,I i'ropl| iiflor.
Ii
I 'l.y night in 'Tn- "The fastest selling article I have I 11
j ; ;; ;
have been trees have of call for
in SchlHz\\
roosting
them! Earl Duuiimg you
are in my store" writes druggist: C. T.bmith I Leaders Low Prices. South i Palafox Street. j I
''i. '! Jellt-rson ():siv'fl : of D.lviKy.., "is Dr. l itig'S I lite been menaced by the owl. It i is beer see that you get it. I r' .

: : C. H. Clark, New Di-covtry for Cou-uulption, :i of a very large species and appearsto i Look at the cork and see I : ;
and Col I is: because: it always: ,
Coughs .
: When wake with :a ad'
\rhur'an.ll', Itr-I' cure. In my six years of !ales ithas : be by itself as but one his so far : that "Schlitz" is branded I taste in your yon mouth,up go it once to as,i {fWirW'l( ? i r ; J
Ua Werner, Hilda I known it'' i :
failed. have ,
ntver I
been seen. on it. drug tort and pet :a frt f' *ample of !I'<:;: 'rY4
vvire attired the to save sufferers from Throat and I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 1 .,
mammoth one andf Lung/ dieues, who could get no Citizens who have suffered from OABTOn.r.A.: I Tablets. One or two tloe:* will : -
eta -uperb. help from doctors or any remedy.'' its depredations are trying to find i' lean the Yoe Hale Pleat's B.:Itt make you well. They al-o cure bil-I(jinn oe:::
Mothers rely on it, het phy-icians I'gnatareof' tzi:; ; I -ness, sick headache :and c-m-ti- e:::5
I :II medium or met prescribe it. and W. A. D'Alemberte, out how they may get rid of it. /J I IFoley's pation. All druggists aud medicine e NIGK'S m r v I II l

l i l.'iii.; -cent cigar: :! 121 South Palafox street guarantees ( | I dealers. *:::
satirfactiou or refunds (price. Trial Aiiifrica'H'unions, Meantics Tnt ::: '
t' -.His XAtikm. bottles free. Regular sizes, :*)s and Honey and I Have you tried a medium or medium c:::.. t I: ;, ,t I
Look with horror Skin ,
on Eruptions '
i., !'.I1) flT TJlf !NOT bas ] +1. --- ItlotchesyoreI'intples., They don't j .tnrchildren.safe.sure.-- No__opiates- strong_:. HucUins- 5-cent- cuar.: \,::::

\ al Story Oa. Have you tried a medium or me- have them, nor will any one who i <: R TAUUHT 1
a jii
.dS. ditini tftron;; Hml, ins 5-cent cif: ir? uses, liucklen's Arnica Salve.: Itl I NOTICE OF ELECTION. Watch for imitation berr c:::: HI ii

It ..... ..._. ... $17:, glorifies the face. Eczema or kilt I ,. being passed on the public c:::: I
... ... .. i :>?I" Examine the corks onlererybottle Rheum vanish before it. It cures I'i iore To lunda.the. .h..rIlT 01 Kicambia County 8t at of I i -- ;
V ... ... ... ..... 1 U'.. I of Schlitz and lips, chapped hands, ehilblliu5.I IV it known that I. II. Clay Crawford" {',for Schlitz; see that Cl'cry I -- ', 'I.1
r. ...... ... .. M. I Infallible for Piles. 2;)3 at W. A. S.eretaryult< .. of tbe l State of Klurldu, '' cork is branded "tichlitz I .IS '
: that Cll'e branded ()'AI mlJerte's 121 South do licreiiy !civ- notice that a |
drugstore
I) ..._ ... 1:11: ': I see they : DAILY MENUS l'
.. Palafox street. tFXEltAL:: : ELECTION j .. ;
c A below 1 .'.. "SchUt:. Have y>u tried a ni 'II'Ittl 'Ir PI- I1C ,
I r=-11-: ;.: ..--- --- -- will b. held m K'-cnmbial'ountjr, State of : hull strong; Hudgui'; 5 cent cu-n; : .. I
: hive you tried a medium or medium Florida" on Tuesday uext 'Ucct-rUiiii the __ __ I ::::.IS Conipri-e\, nil the I'p-to- JU I)

.II.'I: quickly y:Us: KNICHTS OF PYTHIAS. strong Hud.'ius 5 cent cigar; ? said fir-t Tue Monduy'day IHinit In November the .\. O. Farthe IfOI'KfH |' 01LBTOfit.Y.IL.: : c::::JIll Date Dishes tn.- :MarJ5" ,,1 ;'II i

:' i 1'1 i.;, '- Cream Uilui, -- DW OK NOVKMBKU: Bean the lt9 K "d y' J Hir :l\alS 3tt:: : 0:::::- kf-ts of the World S31AlfoKl. ,! i
ii'ly aromatic. It i is of Pregularulerting Wimtetl.'ANrKl For one Representative of the Third Tonurcssioual :; ;; !
K.
IVusacola Lodgeo. 3. ,
.. Utric-t! of "'lorl VIf.t
: the nostrils.
-- .
ConxrifKRiif the l'mt..d'IIlt. FillY-I' ,
night Oct. : nahtli ; of .
Monday
; .,
: > for churn make I
d:111'! whole surface: ( \\ Agents ; "Secretary of Stat of tbe ; 'C:::: riI
I : !1-,.< iti.\If. A rtom- 20. at 7:30: o'clock. Work ill the rank'' > > butter. In one miDut : 35ii per monthguaranleeil. Florid.. I .. .' f fb
Outntfree. BltxterCburu'o.nannlton i For lomctroller of the state of Florida. i 0:::::
It Hrh which i4trI" ) of Knl l.t by the Senatorial Team. o. II'I i for one .JustUrer.f the r-uprem Court of I Have you tried a medium or me-' '1:1.:- I
: 'the dt-Pa=l'd l11t'm- A {Httetidauce reque=ted. Mem- j the State 01 tlorlda. "': I Llum, strong! Hudgin- cent cu'tu III Ladies' Privatela ;: I
; 't IK; used. Cre.uni.I"t.d \\T"Tt: ;lJ-.ftI1II'S to canvas for O!>eli tor too Knilnind Commltiioners of tbe .
hers of sister lodges and visiting : \ \ ,k bhouraiary; paid; no comum- '' ifateof Florida l t t !
i as a specillc.! '010.1. Apply to 1-'. 1.. )long,, L. lI"IH.0.. For state enator for Secondenalorlal Dining Parlor..* it ,
I dlu,:ii>t< flrby mail.l brethren are cordially invited to at- 17uat: Uistru-t of the slate uf /"loriJa. i LAST CHEAP EXCURSION 1 I
.. .c I
,,1 l dis.tin For two' Members of the House of Kepresentatives I< .
imtnedi-Uely tend. 1 .
lulm is u-ed. H. A. LEE C. C. j \\..TtlI-'our solicitors; apply to j. laiB8essor.cf the ntateof. i-londa. i ihor I|, THIS YEAR -- 1. '
11 A. Thornton, at :;O. 24 West tovrrout.nt ;!
\
\ :.irren: street, New H. HOKSLEK, K._R._ b. ]forenoon.street, between r sue l" o'clock Isocliu In the i For County fax Collector.For Treasurer. I| 0 Regular Dinner Daily. ; I Ivhnrt
1 I For five County Comml,slon'rs. I it ,
tn 1. >II J a medium Have tried a medium or medium For three members of the County Board I j) .- .
or me- you 'I\rnl"h '" Jtnulu". ,of Public Inslru lIon. | iff
ti 1.l 1"11I- .j''Pllt cl.:1r? strong Hud :in= Scent cigar: ? .r __ ____ I For Justice of the Peace in and for tbe Order.. PromptlyFillr.t ili I
:following Justice Distracts, viz: I .
H'ltMSHEI front rooms for I '\ '
Jill
NICKLY 0.1. :Sigtu fir '
hay
I I r
IIIIADQUAKTIIUS: : I'OK southern exposurecentraliy; lntendenetaistreet. located. No.4. I .. :
.
Apply at lOll Lasl IL t
Constable In and for tbe following ] f I
I --
IToclm To Greenville and
Justice Districts viz: > Montgomery .. j
;SCHOOL BOOKS& ,o.l. I Monday. October20 I: -<::.. If it HonetblnK Good to Eat l i j
1'eri-onal. No.i.No. 8. |leaving: Union depot Moudjy morning 'C::::_ Vim web. yon'lI find it al ,; it I I
\. 1 \ I =" 05. at 11:30 on pecial train. Fare for c::::- f
F ''HE: LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO FEN3A- MATRIMONY-Handsome. young lady I No.fl.Ibe 1 round trip. $l 50. From Cantonment''t::::= Nick Apostle's
COLA AND: AT LOW PRICES.: and liJOno.: bay everything '', attention" of the eberiffj" la called to"" >and Century same as Pen.tcola. -<:: ) ____
i: to make life happy but compamoDnblebusbitad. I tua law reiQinn| < them to cause a notice of i .
would ,M9t right one. Ad. '' I I'J the said election to be put>li"b.-d In a newb-, { Rnurninu leave Montgomery I c::::= Popular Restaurant ; ti -I
.GEM ull..t." box !>7.;> Chicago, III. It* 1 I paper printed In the county, If there he a I 'Wednesday night at 9:30: o'clock : ,: :
BOOK STORE.. :i.= =-== -= = _- -= I paper in tbe county, if there be no paptrpublihrd 'barp. Coffeeandrefrehmentswilld f :
in the county they shall cause at | ; .1'1
Jor *->aIe.FXJUSALE '
I 1 - - - __ - i lea- five copies of this notice to be posted I'be served 011 train going and return [ ,III _JAn\ i
to - - - - - .
: :." 'School: : Etc. CHKAF-One fine pha.-ioo. I in the mo t public places in the county. | I f ngr. I.L/r y1)vhvyyy '
Supplies Tablets, Pencils, Penholders, } In T".tlmony'hert'ol.. I bare hereunto I tickets at ticket ) >> ) ) )/ > \jy1t '
as good as new; apply lo.MrjJ. : I Purcha! office. j
SEE ME AND; SAVE MONEY. j i' M. HAllard.Yl1orth Alcsniz street.181 !i [L..l] of my tbe band State and of affixed Honda th-Great at Tallub teal- | For further information apply to 1HunT. 1- -
__ __ |II i ..<-."<>, the capital, thu the first Kisn or
day of Mepteuioer A. 1). l'"i. P. I C.l aTonXA. 1'
flfA CHOICE PANSY PLANTS ready I I THOMAS
CHAS. R. 1 lUUUnow. All bulbs and fre & sweetpea H. CLAY CKAWFUUD.Secretary I Excurjo'3Ianagrn.: 8,ears ttr 1"' K rd ( ''J '"v 1..arS E/'Jr.t/!
2SON.! ."..d. etc.. for sale by M lot IOlette Mo-1 I of state. I :
: :reno.itSJ: West street Phony :to'I I To George E. Smith, eherlfT, Rscambla The excursion to Birminzham will i mtun- 4 5 t
Gregory i i1"ohv
21 tiOCT11 I'.\(,.\ j i t'ouaty. a'f'oaVttliJd: not be run on account of the strike. .;( : ,

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;, THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18,1902
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He Had a Conaelenee.'Wonderful I I
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fellow that Herlock::1 l MRS. HELENA

t f. } r .;;. ."' ... .- r--_ f3olmc ." remarked the captain n few c BLAV
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&,;, S. .'t-, .t. ......::"'il.;:; ... b-.ot.,. ..' ; :. in the smokerwiu. "I ,
: .
I ,. ." -.:. l' _.....y ;. .. .. -. ; .. ,..,; : -- 'f:, ,. .. I evenings: ago
.. -.-. '- ''' '''''.: '''''' -' : "Si. ." .''' Young Milwaukee Society Woman
... 1. J'1. t.}",.... : n'" .r. ,'',:.:1'..,,,r.. ". 1'f,,," -" .--, ---.J(1..f s '.. I reueWbrr the lIl'l'a)1J w1I..n I w us latJ -
: ; .. '
: .\.,,;; .....:.. f trod cetl Lmi. It w.ib at a cru-L at

;>- : tLe 'Astor'i'lts! Then- > an awful !!N thousand cured dSit 'fl. W .: .1I: w"
I llJy. women have writt-n: end fniliulllii .
-
,, : :
uuwcL awl 11' ware s;"i':'d n eli pia ti
.: to t.'ll!! Low \\ mi uf .'' i. .
ry \
i i f a irutr t-illviiis: when ill :.1 tit;;.'r I : '
-' CaruiI"3tlw3 l the '1 n a','n i .
i CHILDREN ; uji,:-id us>' \\ aii'li. b' ot Lralih '
THE ENJOYLite >/ I ssing; on everv \\ .ni of t .u ,
'Whn:1I Ihmltter't' ii']tirnl: t'v! '\\'oJman'ho ttl.'j it, rich s I'iut tllai t d: : ..,' i

n : "!; i:'t i.f f1".',rHid out of the p"> ii:cu'u.. h they pay and tae! eujuvivnt : ---. i tlote 'ti\e v.:tiii be noticed that 1 va and poor alike.I i Mrs. We \\'oii.i.;. -t. :?

i win! ..h e.l'rcl': \c ..::.1 the! e.iurt. WI..LI it tll'Y: nnke. comes tile f'-.. \ I 111.-(t. and I told hint."I.ool.iur j, Helena T.lau, No. 123: Seventh hold pprra' ,,"'<< .. ';

.f th.t \ '. at the time, be ob-erunl i Street, Milwaukee, inhorror-w :: J
liia.tlif ( :
I ; greater part 1 < : dl'\'ciopmcllt. \L: .i :=: -'/ o--t.ut.al to thc.rhappmes .
.. \Vis. 13 of the
one that Suture
speaking 1'0 UII to lie heard fr a\ jiuJ i i young i> :.
,n ura ronn. W'l-n a laxat.vc 11 'l'l\ UKre:lUtiy whichp. ie '. < .> women whom Wine of Car sician \Vi
t .J ,
.'.-i'n to thiiii to cl'ate and sweeten and internal or two around. Jentleiuon. n.y friend > : '- .
Mr tether
1 : tno cr;aracm *' : / ( i dui 1.-U rescued from a life gives l'n1l'n- I : .
which it .if-, should be such as ph\Mcian w nt..d sanction because its here has lost his watch but fortuvite. ,j,I of sulferin;. She writes: MI.L lltlrnn K'au. health l\ c -.1 : ;

1 compijnt'nt pans are known to be whose: late and the remedy itself free from > ...:., ly it 1 Is n striking rcprtitiT.' and as it f is "Wine of Cardui Is certataly'worn chance to build up lb.: ,!'! "

L every objectionable; : q.iahty. The one remedy which. physicians and parents,* now tift.\-t: rht minutes to 10 when i it eased tissue. Wine ot t'maa.out' ..
/ ., strikes the Lour x\e shall be women's best friend: and I am pleased menstrual flow ::
to the
well-informed tine
approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, :; 1 and !'w, '..
because of its peasant' flavor its gentle action and its beneficial efects is- /'":: :.\... "? bear It and can M detect the thief if to give my experience with It. A few relieved of the drains or < fin : :

;; I! Syrup of Fiijs-and for tho same reason it is the cnly laxative which stumid! .\ :. .; ;:.. you will kindly L; .tnu for it.' months ago I caught a severe cold: hiv the system, makri ti.e : I

.:: ; be used by fathers and mothers. <. "Two or three fellows laughed, !but j|: log been out in inclement weather,which organs strong and bralti !' Ii.!: .
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1 Syrup of Ti-js is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and :,,':" '}::: all took it ::-'...l paturnlly except an i settled all over me, particularly the untol Any:1 pains woman because who H,1.si c, : :.< .

lh :' naturally without griping, irritating or nauseating and liith the ugly:: looking furei;rncr. who colored up abdomen I was in almost constant pain. to IS'
: c.eall..es ..: :,,'i undergo a pb} lcian's <'_ .
it :::1 ,, .. l .vstein effectually, without producing that constipated hi1.1t which results :s. s. ; coder his dirt and tried to t.mlle! I consulted a physician and: took his and treatment can red" minot '

r J ; '\..:! from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations and against: V- away. t medicine for a month and without any securing relief win \\ ..

t .; o which the children: should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them : ......._ .:, 'Tliat's our man,' said Solnu lizE. I then! decided I would dui U offered to her. 1 t LTV: .:
1 : X.: grow to matiiUxid and womanhood, strong, healthy and haj> ')", do not give .:.-.. :' .,' ".\1111 so it was, for my watch was !], re : try your hcity to deter her. Sb' c.rt t .
-E fount! luui medicine and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the f .
pm-ny
? t'jeni medicines: wnca medicines are not needed and v :heti nature needs :". '" on <

1 .: .- a ,-:;ance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, p'in: tnt and ._ ....... i'I I "Was it a repeater? Oh. no: Tl:PIP'S when I did so. I noticed a change:: in a with as much asswarv- r. -\ .
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1 .)t _' tte-: : Syrup of FuI' ->, f '- where the t.iltmt came in."-Pbiladili I few days and felt encouraged to continue as though a dozen douorrn'
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it. Many physicians do .
I ; ": :a quality. i, due. not only to the excellence of. the comb'tiai'mi:. of t'.o! ', .: i: phia Bulletin taking Vine of Cardui, and my patiencewas Wine of Cart ui to: tLi:.:r \I. .'r

r : '. ", i.'e! ;prn.: :U:'i > (it ii'iTiis' : with p'easant ar"matlcyrll:>3 :i-t l F,: .c-'>. !tail ...... '... .. i i I rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Why not ret' 81 late) .

? "J '" ,.,':r ...: until;.' ,1.f manufacture and <:* w"<., \'.: t.r: 1't! : !: t lIanK..d. and Biirl- .
I .. ; .,, ... -. .- It i< not "fii to iu.inmen t. tIC'
t: : ": i aiv t tae: ant : t:n i w i:i i i" <:r. .- p. )

= .: :n. fl. 'e : :.ielr pn,>;..t'i .10 1,1 ':'1':1': ,? : i i.( : Uanu'fd and l uriitl and! yet \Ir a Me to A lIon T
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s' 1,f,,1t ,1 b. .. ,... . .i .." ..l.. ,''....* i'rugg'i-t' > ot f'ftj: Cft.ti: 1'-1 j i1. tte. P''sO' '., ." .. I tell lh.' hair, but 1'110'11111' the t'.I" ri WINE, of CARDVI c.1 ta !eur.l B' 1 ',! '"

ter I r .\1 ; i iiemt/cr.. tle! fun:; name (.f the O .!Ii\' [ ence of one J-ihu Hartt.u
tk 0 ...r". CALIFORXTA: FIG SYRUP CO.is pr..:ua on "!\ '. II exwrte.l at York in I.;fc54: for ielo II.

k''I' ... .". ..j... -. .pJ.: '". h tIC front of every pack- .., I' After his! lx>.ly had hung for ul'.I'I.I')

P 1 r> f : ti '.t_. :' '. .., .i e. In order to gtt its ...- -.1 77 : an hour it was buried. A ;:t'h'II:1u :,' :j r' !:. k
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it .... .. .' '. ",. .. \ ./. i .' .\ ,t.' ..i.V passing; by the ;:nJ't... whuh had not .
;+ ." '. : : f'. i. lit ie5eial 1 effects it is a:- ....:.. r4....: ,'.'-\.'. '..'', .. : .'. ... ... 1 h:ke bif'unit I'rlycd to t'k.: f'we will be a 1'0-: i
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been filled
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-I .... .' t:1l'J'enulueon'y. \ .. ''. ... .'" .. -'Zo",, ; I. earth mine, and with the help of !l.is! ''
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'< .1 ",' :: .". --.f... '. -,. : 1.per! "Tbp (",alsourr. '> 3 >arti of Ht"d 1 1i
{ 1' 'h : : ;i.it. ; !..... : H'r\mt he disinterred the 'ol\'kt. who '
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{ I. .. ': :w. '' .. S !,! The pile( i- i1.(>ri octal ) i' o-l :>..I1. Tapsut.1" 4 tit... \. t!: :.o&'fI'.. ':-' ,.,--I ,: r'-/N rt.'' t.7: S;: .a.4p [ per year in i! :
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t. was !-nl!! alie.It .
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: .: .. ........ # .I.:... .. : .. i. (. .3 ,,I... I vancp. Tho-sp 1esinn< the j ViKUIUrf! phVok-U ,I"i I
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.. ..-...-r. ik9. .. ,. ..:......:;... ......,.:"... ..r") .. ".. '... .. .. ,:; ".' ...' ,. ,". ....,i I was tbe custom in those days tobury can h-tvp it FFnt to tbmi by tIdiIJ / !i u* ..,-i attend.
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..'. ': ', .' :.-,;;t'M.)'.. 1--; ., ':;"- -..-:;: ."..\... ..... i ." 'rJ! ';. ... : bUK-iilts! and excepted tnminals'i i i i fl.00t.j the undersigned. JJR. W. l. I I. :
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.. -.. '. : ".. .; ... ".. tn'utlnwl! entirely reco'-trtnl Care Daily News. i Ii .. D.Z.1. BLOC I K.
1':: t r.JCt ...;. ./ ---..,: j : : \ i : LJ.; !; '.:::' i....: .. tilt I'1or \./ .. f : i U2ottf Secrcul
-.Iiaa'; ,'. < ; ? -. lie bwunie Littler at the cuaihin;; I' !!
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.. \J.f5 Foley s Tar : ._ _
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y." -'.. ;,. ... .. ,,....., ,'-.I .' ",. .... "". r., ".., .. could tell In relation to hanging as
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{ :: !: !;:" .... .. : _. '... I when I was turned l off tldsbes of tne H i..A.1\I..A.
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.\rc.-. ::: ......::-t.;:, : : i .. i ...j. ... '. | seemed to dart from my eyes from ve.t"aY

4 44.kYh ? .:: 3;: y : .... : ...... :. i which I fell into a state of darkness >
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1'I' ) .../. .. :::;._. ) .; : \:; : .. 4.} II I, and .ins-enslblllty.! Ii i i I i TO AVERWOOU'OLK..

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t I "aprutnt.t' i! IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

"Why should! religion and science! ,

I quarrel,?" !i
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WAR
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t 7 71.e Tran'llar1 \'...1.1' .... A CHEWING GUM ROMANCE.. l"o Ccnscridate Colleges. "Why t Fay that man is closcenJM ,I

'-1 y A \" .\' ft.telling;, waist that fastens!' Chattano.>Ka. Tmn.. Oft 17.-TV from the monkey Ewe" made of Adam i! Irn, X.U1ASP. Shv: l l-: haw; Mill and SteainbI ; .:

at the \back is of azure silk rninlin, When first he met her, she was fair synod of Tf>nnes=oo of the Presbyter i I and let it po nt that?..-l'uck._ \I )-I'!,I-, Could,(* and Heating moves, Paint < > -

f having; embroidered bands of deep yd- And chvulng! an church adjourned to meet next a' I j BY HIX>OI>>> mijMAll ;: \\ idow Ola". Jun-, PiiU.ls and Fishing: T, tvAiwtc .

f t s F: : I ? low bati.stf.The Gum.A chewing. Asheville N. C. It was recommem!:,' |I ; ami Tiinviirc: anu Iloiisefiirnisliiiiioils.( .

:jf ..JJ novelty of thIs wiKt appears in rosebud npstl..1 In her hair; tbat a new presbytery be treated I' i: wkin and haul Pi..easos lured.

; ,P, ti4' ) k ,I a transput "nt y'ke| f.l,hioiu'.1 of \'irtic.il He Dut breathed site-she his smiled love a unto smile her so there rare- be known as the Presbytery of Cas.Ttnmssee { Mr*. M. L. Ad un, Fredonia. Ala., AO} SHFt)1: 11 UIRMIN'GHAM; : KOLL1XG MILL C't''il'> : \ \'qtJ

: itripiof n.irii'W I 11.1' \thet ex While chiwing I M took Hotauic Blond Balm, wlnci. tf- 1 It."vcre (lutit !itched Bt'ltiJ.g, Northampton 1"I E.: ,
Chewing A movement was started to rnns.il' !i \\ ". i (,0., Liftiu & Rind Powder Co., J"hum'- 1 lin.ue l\ .
|fectually cured an satin:? cancer ofi .
:t: L Gum. Idate into onp institution \Va;:hin2toi i I|n the nose and face. The -ores heals '' ''. Iron Kin!! and Muck htoves and itulgr55' :.
( u.A C'o.'s lUw Hide Lice .
Leather Jl
i tt She listened while he urged bis suit. Greenville and Tusculum and Mar, I p up perfectly. Many doctors had J.dr! Kiilroad Colors. i-u!

I Still chewing. ville colleges under the care of th Isynofl. piveu!j up htr case as bopel-#, hum ,

I C'hewing These colleges represent pmt 'deeds of ca-es of cancer eating ; d f\(1Hh rrIIr.lp.' @ :(' 111ROYAL
Cum. I
4 tU j worth I sores: supperatiny: twellini; etc.. ---
f He vowed her charms had mad him erty over a half a million anr --
I have been cured
i by Blood Bilin.

U dIi + Fj ?SO I I And mute tuned his passion on a lute. 730 chartered students.as an Washington academy In college 17S3 wa anis 3 ,I,, Among other: Mr*. B. M. Uuert.e\I'' STANDARD \\' llSI\t\1\
; Warrior Stiiid Ala. Her
y1 I And she declared that it was "cute"till no-c: u0( W13 : \
known the
: chewingChewing as oldest educational 1 i.1 lip were raw as beef with atteu.lc i' .
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I stitutioa west of Alleghenics.. Th di-chare! from the eating -ore.
I Gum.I synod has sent 27 missionaries to the Doctors advised cutting, but i it 8 years Old in Cases tf 4 Full Quarts, at S3 20 plr t m

foreign field in failed. Blood Biliu healed tl,(' .
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past 23 -
the
ears. i -
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At last the blushed
and .
murmured.
I, \ fer -"fflTL-'T/ I i sore. and Mr*. Ouerney i i j.. a-
I I .? Still che'lngII Kruger Is Infirm. i i'. well as ever. Botanic: Blood Bilui :f THIN \\' HHKEYidistilltd i at t''! \
: ., Distillery i and H ....
ul fully mt'/i
liumorn
Chewing -o CUff eczema, itching -
New York. Oct. '
17 -Cabling fro 'bottlin
I II Gum. c.tbi; and scale bone pain-, UL.I-! -. Ik"r It ii ab-olutfly [iiiri. i i l'
lIe wrapped her in a fond caress. Mentone, the correspondent of The offensive pimples blood poison t..1 ceI.d: i'i quality by any \\'hbhy of t'!' '' ,

And she remarked. Tis time I guess Times says former President Kruger boucle, scrofula, n-in :; aud hu 'up| ;,.. matter where prod'uced. Tl.e! ]t""v' :

I saw about my wedding dress" looks infirm and that the length of hi 1 : on the skin and fill blood tr.hl- I- t"U'lityi-afsold' when bottled, and c

Still ch'wingChewing stay in the Riviera will depend on his ,i! Drurg-i.t. *1 PT lane hotth .txcelh'nt quality, is the che.ipt wnvirkct

"lamk Cum. lealth :Simple: of It mania Blood Halm ir,", the : at that JTICP. As a be v< r.ian > '

and prepaid: by writing Blond n flu ab-.ltit..ly pure.titnulant, there in./".' .
She! strode in etate adown the aisle, Co Atiiut'i! Ga. I) .crlhe tr.mble Shippf d in ca'fcontainiti no mark- wiiMiitent :
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Still chewing SPENT MORE THAN $1003 and special medical advice t'llt t inealf Irdlet'! : { If purchaser, upmi exl

IH t Cliening \V. }v, Baker of 1'lainview, Neb., >d letter. It cert-iiuly i wrtli .r -- th wlii-k.-y, is not ratiefifd with rise q| ,.
tl Gum.
,,4J'F ,r can it-tviiu the game at our
while sari! 'fI'II'I' k expeiii: :
inveitigitmir; ] t -
Tin met her with a happy smile writes : "My wife suffered from will
be refunded.
I able r : ,
remedy Blind
I And : JJ.ilin! cn'-i
they were wedded there the while '
F lui lung trouble for fifteen ; Hie AH "j'kr- should be d 1r :
Sho wept in pretty brldey style- years. the m')ct awl! ul. wor-t and iu '-ldpep'attd accompann
Still chewing tried a number doctors and spent bloml -eaedCurse*. IIGNT1EAIrLOLn "UI' in'v. pn-trlltCeUtnlleyorder. luiilr !, 1
'cI Chewing over $1IY)) without relitf. She; became I lIiOJ"Y; :, ord..l'1' refer to H'Juik -
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Gum. very low and lo=t all hope. A'!' p 'TA D o J or .iiiy mel clmnt ID Pen-acola.!

friend recommended Foley's Honey |
Today I saw her down the way. and Tar cud, thanks to fine tea :,
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: \It l.I. bl.K Ml M.1Ntei .
tt 11 Still chewing remedy, it uved her life. She enjoys > I S. A.SnI.K FRIEDMA
I. ;d.iu!; : from n loiinJ, band! of embrmiii'i Chewing j better he.ilth thin she ha _ra .

n .\' at the slittiil.lt to the stock Gum. known in ten year*." 11efae !ubti. '!
Three (children joyous Withe and Bay. : l'<<"I'IUETOR. PEXStIV: I I'lll'SKE1 I
; al{! i niiii h ,> dt batiste mill nuislin.: Were shouting! in their happy pa\! tutes. W. A.:D'Alemberte, 121: r-.I; I or
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'1'1 he .. of the And hers I fur Palafox street.
io"ira 1.1.1l''In't: they were know they i POBOX 4IH. p,
1LLI-I'II""r'
,1 "jj/ y .JiiM whiten ,,, I e'trn' hewing .
n:: tl.i-: s jf the neck i ii --

1 Y'' ffS"" d.i/iliiir.: and the waist can be worn I G-im('h. wing J"ur"lture (rraut. .. --.- -

withu.il| l uKM.nations: l"y citlurUuid Baltimore American.TV A tested rw-ipe' fur furniture! cream l! DRINKs : + SAaIr MAN.(5'I
handle class of .
every Iiq -
stti' or l'I'U'ldl\-\t'w York American : U the following; : Put two ounces of | bulk nr b-ittlf-, wholesale or retail. .it! ,I

i, y and Juurn:11. o Iblnsn That !'ccgr o. beeswax null an ounce of castile poap :( a are way down.

Two I'l'I'minjly h:1ruh'M things excite in o jar with half n pint of cold water, i

e, to r Oslrlcli Fiiillirr 1'"hlnnal.I.. the fear of the southern negro and cot it in a moderate oven till it 1 ':, i i Ktn K\ AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST EEtR. -
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a '". 'lie picture hats are not Complete ouoiatlieciackinpof the Huger joints. ; ; all dissolved and blended, stirring it I j

j without ostrich iil'imcs. They an- I'Urally the other Is to be stepped over as be occaMonal.during! the process. When !I WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. .i

4jq <, M-UI ut their b,'!>! in black: orLluk lies l'rolltll'nll the 1i- und. The craok- perfectly melted, let it stnud till quite I ; The Star Laundry
Xntintf .\.01..i (nil \.f on''ii iu fl'.,.. ..
:cud whi'i' The curtain efutnrrnul ins of the tingtr j >!ints seems to ug- cold when bait a pint of spirits of turpentine initi r,Idi. "r mj? irtt>innt JI""I'i !.njit k
t .it by lace or |lautiiij; _if .M.uktlet p,.-t to the negro imagination; the rat and two tnblespooiifnls of vlnegar WMteltibbon .lii-medvwlllcureordi'atrox '

e tl \ i ii i-ttiiu': l h"-s t'\JSKI rant!, .iudoiniii tLiV set a Si (.it lOn'e !bouis, while to be must be thoroughly; stirred into the ili.ea--a app-hr fir alcoholic -timulnnl Busiest Best !
.. Biggest
\\ :ire dKliiii-tlj tintl of the shop. stepped over is regarded:; ns liktly to the mixture .-h..tb'r.. thr patient" U n cortinnedmt'hr.It. ,
I n tippler social: drinker or
i
Y iI i + hi-rJi-- sbapl. either large <'r Mii.ill. In br.iiK bad lurk to prown folks and tot drunkard Impo.lnleturancnnruhievnaapprtlte n

f rtali'y it suits MI f..w people and it: t check the growth of children. A bait A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT. fir alcoholic Ihjaoratt>-r usin d
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W bite Kilibon Iteniedy.
# i lias bii iiiue tix iiur.! i r.iladiiittnl! by jrrottu ncgri l.l>.v will stmily comn.ttud Mr. Owen Dunn of Benton, Ferry I I Irllllr.-.1 by MeinliMr( i.f w. t: T. I. ,I I

_ the uiultitadt tu IM any bdter colloid- a pl-'lfellow who bioS tteppnl W. Va.. writes : "I have had Mrs loorf.. DremuporiniiTrt-nt of w'uman'sPhritlan '

f iTnJi rIb:' of .it:<'nniii bv uiillinors. o\er his body to step back la older kidney and bladder trouble for tear i, turn ('ltl1f.rnl"'nlf'Trmpersnce. "1 I'nave lionVn tM.t.,i- 'i n i They Speak

that the spill m:1Yat' rt>mo\i 1 in.IP *m.>'. Net run, to get up at lean a dozen drunkards In and the cures have been many 1

'k Lt i Tie: f'III.wij!, '11I.lii' t.ti"lIs the r. A Per fret Uotlrr. times a night. I never received any cretly.many I cathl'cheerfully Kera-dy recommnnd was givt-i.: mid indorse n--

<]iiinil: '( erj 1'"t.I'r! .,-1 li", 1t'III" are. Mrs. GIIh- '; -How do you like the permanent benefit from any medi White Kihlwn Ueraedy. :l1"II\I-r' of r i for f 1liMs1vs [;
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our Union are delighted to find
butler? an cono
I trint : II.' must nil l..* uiiilcr tueiity or now cine until I tried Foley's Kidney 'I orient treatment to aid us in our temper
ti i>\ .r lueiity.nte years oM, he tuu-t lieftiii'ij iSiliedBe:! -He' n peneb! Mail Eefwl Cure. After u;;mar two bottles, I a Ill ance work:'

y ;1 ('l1oub tu lift :[ 11MI l ponudwi'isht ut borne at once.-Life. cured." W. A. D Alemherte,121 H. Druggists hv mail tl. Trial package ,r \Velet the.s',1--) I .

k : with lutli baud tit a position Palafox street. ( Jreeby wmingMrs. A. M Townsend for and Cut!.-; we Laundfori'; ,

u i a l knrl with his rhi-st. he toast be 4 feet It some men would retied more, the y If years secretary of a Woman's Cnrist- them;elves. They will taJ; )

} .*'> Inches in hiiuht and able to run a would be brighter; if some women to a friend you want, go a and nice look present through to! give the St.ian, Boston Temperance Masi.Union I
use of seven miles iu 1111 hour and were brighter, they would reflect more elegant line of suitable articles i Hannah Bros., 21 M. -t.EXECUTOR'S 5"a.. more by the work we dO : "

be must also be of IIIOJ clutr8dl.'r.I'll Chicago Xewli. J. I. !Stephens, you surely can find I Y what we say.

something to please you. If you I' I

i ..".., ').. Genius unexerted li no more gfnitu want anything in the Diamond line NOTICE.

Ji i William !Slluijou Jr.-Do you believe than a bushel of acorns Is a forest ofoaks. be sure to see him before you buy.. __ Estate of C. C. Yonge. Hr., deceased I'
In bi'iiiK kind! to the sid u otlce U hereby given that on tbe -nth ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and Delirerd rr .
;, mamua? .
day of October. A I> \'f\ I will present to I

;. and Mrs.V.1 Sliuison-CettHlnly, WJllle, DANGER IN FALL COLDS. 1 to=GOLA=o. County.the Honorable.Honda I'robate my final Judge accounts of Lscambla and 'I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST- _
hope
you alwujsI1L Why do vouchers, as Executor, and ft-lc for I
my dis- .
t i you as'a,;; ? Fall colds are liable to hang on all I cbarge from the Executorthip: of said WALKER INGRAHAM
Manager.
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Grist and Corn
i t WII1Im-Bl''uu! ; mamma I beard winter leaving the seeds of pneumo Meal Mills i estate. V. K VONGE.: _
Exeentor
; the little boy on the next bloik bad tbetueaslos nia.bronchitisorconsumption.'Foleg's l ,H. F. CONZflLEZ & CO. 1 Il i iMannfaetcreri Fnsacola Florida. April th. !>'=!. '
Prop i, I IADMINISTRATOR'S
and I'\e beenlftin! him all Honey and Tar cures quickly cam's-n
W.
: -= B. WRIGJ1T>> COfflPUIlY
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the afternoon.-Harper's liazar..t and prevents serious result It i* I ',
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CHOICE M&ALAND ..
old and reliable, tried and tested, 'I PUREGUOCTr NOTICE.In .

i "WATCH THE KIDNbYS"! safe and sure, contains no opiates STOCK FEED. re estate John S. Bell. \\ Il 1 MANUFACTCBEBS AND DEALERS IN
t.j1. i and will not constipate. W. AIl Fatronlte Home Industry, for there li[ All creditorslegatees and others baring "
"When they are affected, life is i ib' D'Alemberte 121 S. Palafox. I every reason yon should buy your Meal and claims against the estate of Jonn s. Bell : : -
Stock Feed from the Home Manufactureror deceased, are hereby notified that fame ; ,. LUMBER LATHS,
danger: ," says Dr. Abernethy, the I ,I" ( by to doing yon encourage home indni : mast be presented to undersigned witbtnj ,
try. Your money U left In the common i itandyoa I two rears from this date or they will be
..if' great English physician.: Foley's Refrigerators have a la tarn are Indirectly benefitedIn barred. W. A. BELL. ///1/ OTEDCTPEESSSHIHBLES-Klii-Driiiaii
,
I tottering the home manatactnrer 1
Kidney Cure makes sound kidney*. yo t K.J BELL H
s W. A./D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox few left, which we will sell[ eontrlbnte to the canleot labor. Yon OWl !S. H. BILL, & U I
I tbeoommnnlty which llrt Administrators JJiiP
i you a t I : -
etreat. at cost. Marston Quina.. ]II'0 eoniribatei to roar lapport. Feusscola, April 15, l2, 13aoame 1ll -y .. PENSACOLA, FLA

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Point Chautauqua Hotel Burntd. I 41t
Tnraure. DANGER IN POISON IVY.
Jamestown N Y., Oct. li.-The SHAW GIVES NOTICEOF t *

) torturing; dis- Grand hotel at; Point
T, il't Chautauqua one Dow to Know the Plaat-SImpl
torture mightu of the largest and flnrst hotels! around Rrmedic If Affected by It. rr i:

.3" "- gratitude of any one C RI'tau11a !lane, was burned to the BOND PURCHASE "If one knows how the Rhus toilco- !, .1.

Vi' a ,' (I..\Vitt'sViteh Hazel Rionn.1! early! today, together with Its t1t'ndron-that is the scientific name i ,Ii

1 ; l'. Haney, Geneva, O. rent,'uts; also the amusement hall and for poisonous Ivy-looks," said a man ,

w'r: [D' Witt's Witch Hazel l summer rattiRtf; owned by the hotel He Telegraphs InstructionsFrom of the woods, "he can avoid It with

?, m:,. of. piles after I had ceinnany. The loss will be fully; ease. It la sometimes a low shrub ,.
..l. sand:! 'Ja10. Chicago. about a foot high and it Is alJa: 'j.
: Cure? cuts,
\ v-.irj. S:, : '" .
: graceful vine ,
with stout, hairy stems. f i' )
n w ii-. -kia: diseases. Henits. Raisin Packers' Strike About Over. This vine sends out horizontal branches. I for Infants and Children.
PURCHASE DATES OCT. 17 AND 18
?,,;, ; Hargis' Phar- Fresno Calif.. Oct. 17.-The raJsinpact The bush and the iue do not look 1
Vi, Oistoria is a Iiarmlc substitute for Cantor Oil, Part't t
.. j .1' 'tt'l'pard.SidneyJahn. rs' strike: Is practically at an alike, but both have coarse toothed gone, Drops and Soothing Sjrnp It is I'I(> :*: j I
end Will Buy United States 4 Per Cent oval pointed leaves. These are always I'
an agreement with the employehaving contains neither Opium, Slorpltiuo nor oilier Narcoticml i I
I been signed by two packing Bonds of Loan of 1925 and Pay For three in a group, and the plant also 'tance. It d'stro'onus: ami allays reveri>hne>s.
hcncts. The strikers get bears small greenish white berries." It cures Diarrhu'nul; Wind Colic. It relieves Teething '

jiiEA they asked for. the packers everything Them at Rate of 137?. and Interestto Poison oat, otherwise Ithus radicans, Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho I I

grant the hours agreeingto Date. and poison sumac or Rhus ,vlnenta Stomach and Itowels l giving::: healthy and natural frlceiu J I I
and wages demand.
ed. are other plants to be avoided by visitors The Children's I'anacca-Tlic .Mother's rriend. I

1f32ld! all Washington Oct. 17. Secretary to the woods. The sumac has l
h4 The Kind You Have
:
art Shaw has telegraphed instructions groups of four leaflets oval pointed Inform Always Bough Ii. 1SIt
Old Time Actor Dies.
from Chicago this morning to the arranged on a tapering stem. It Bears
Xew the of
York. Oct. 17.-Edmond Signature
H. .
treasury department to give notice differs from the real sumac In so far ,
IGEVCE he Lay an old-time actor, is dead at t
that its leaflets incline upward. In I.
that he will for
purchase the sinking
fftlEVa i ktcurteLfuladsd. i. Bellevue hospital from general debil fund the autumn the foliage Is: a brilliant :
on Friday and Saturday, Oct
ity. who
Lay. was 73 years old was scarlet. The little berries look like
It and 18, any U. S.I cent. bondsof '
per
born in Virginia. He appeared in minor grayish white R
Conitlnificcgalzed the loan of 1925 grapes.A "
and pay for then ,
Of ) parts with Edwin Booth and other good antidote for Ivy poisoning in
by ml- at the_ rite jrf 13794 and interest tc # d.wr
remedu! prominent actors. Its first stages !Is a solution of ordinary i

rhrslclina u tht! bat fc date of purchase. baking soda. A bottle containing a In Use For Over 30 Years.
amt The department will also the !
accept
.
pint\ of water and rr"TlU" eOMP""V. TO .u..n u..rn .rao. r- I
a heaping teasixiou- l
gcr; lad :later tbf.ai.! FolpBOIII') und Tar cure bonds of the same issue until the closs. ful .......__ _.. "" -. \: ,, I __
I coughs and colds and prevents! pneumonia. of baking soda Is carriul by many '
,. cs: li.fr>! 11M) TaI e no "nb;tltutP W. A. of huMue.es Monday: Oct. :2!u. and pay persons who take walks in the \vomls.

w A O'ALEMBERTK.FffiftL I 11)'Aleatberte,131: B. Palafox. therefor as on Saturday Otif 18. ThU for. while nome people may handle the THE NEW GROCERY STORE. I \f
I will
g.an opportunity for ay out poisonines without Ilan'l'r.th..I'o'! : I i

:I to .loll at the same prier who tiay but\ nri i iisoiu-d If they pals: within twehe I -- I :

I h.b.;. to make immediate dehvryIJomls feet of tlwlU.- l'W York Tribune.l .

CHEMICAL 00. INC may he presented to the tie-as WILL MOVER i I'I'II '

try department, division of loans and 1'11I..d Ills Il.tre...

rurron( y. or at the clflre of the assist An nrttet who was ninkinj: a sketchIng Keeps a Complete First-Class Stock
Up-to-Date
LOUISVILLE KY.CAPITAL ant tnasnrer of the United: States at tour them;Ji; u pciureMae': | r,';;i'ii I

Chicago and New York.In of Conn, tirut cbaucnl one Iby II:i a II of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.No t

this connection the department Lam: s-j. alluring to his eye that In- sat 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.TIiKIMIOK Ij: _
r
$3,000,000 makes the announcement<< that Secretary down MI a ttone wall and the at to work I

Shaw when he was in Washia; nt once.He : a7 !t '

ton last .Monday secured the 1'111 iH-csnne conscious that he )
I I.
'. ,rof rich and exteu-'ivp deposits i>f pho=phatp. Direct op f.: OIUIi."IU' : 4 per cent, ovtiOl'1! hiLl tv.o j't'f.I vfxvtators in tie! I '

,"innof situ (hi ui.ut KaiiVork: :;, lucludiL? KAIXir 1<<:2". .it US: fiat and this, offer I'ets.ns( fith\' farmer and his wife CWLAWtM !
M'tnufacturcrs ,.f high irr.ul ACID PIIOyHNE ;J; 6r
i-tj. : at'crrt"!. Who had tarot to the door of the house I it
\l (iUOl)., inJ complete Frrtiltz -rs, including the r. II
to wacii him.
i ; KK.-\K": \ KKUriLI/KU, the great cotton and eMU pro The artist and discovered that I WE EXPECT TO Sl'PPLY A 1'<:11 L.liF.l. TUAPFTHIS I II I'
hy by : ,
.. rIU'ST", nor allied with nor controlled by: any "eoni- i CANDY FIRMS COMBINE. I
Le had lost or mislaid his rubber eraser I WINTER I'MX EVK I h': : I UK li
..|I' nt corporation financially and phvicallyable, ready -
through their Ilc-ideut Managers: for and MS be wished to cotTtt u slight I .
into contract, I Organization Will Be Known as National I
,ii: jiroduct? at reasonable prices to responsible: parties.: Candy Company emn in th sketch: be went up: t<> t tli.- SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/tf.

ilo.r andk5 the farmer'* wife if h. I 1- .tI
I St. UMJIJ. (>rt. 17.-The National: I
m:slit hate a sm.ill piece of dry bre.id.! Thompson Olsen & Co. I'I

MAi< KS & GAYLE Montgomery, Ala., j Candy firms all company over the composed country has of cai beer.d) 'I This us every artist knows, makes u I r t

ottanilyd i l-j the election of officers i iSt g.e 'l rrasrrThe I Manresa Street, Telephone Lrt. ,I t'
I'loiitia'i : __ _
BIHI"f'.t
r- Alnliania. (;I'oria.: ;\li..i..il'l'i fiinner's wife ifiked at him with =- ; 'Ii
Louis will 1111 the headquart ol'thn '
iiii all I I tiniiiiiiuiH-alioiiH hlioulil l he adilren-m. tin expn SKIOII of pity': not unmiMsi withsUii \ : I
II I I oiirbine.: O. H. Peckbam of this .- '. I ESTABLISHED:: 1863.. ; I

I city was fltxt >d rolnt; A. J. Waiter. I
-
1> ; bread"1! she r"I"Olt'tl. W c11. 1

"i-N-tAry.! aud F. D. Howard PUT: you w"u't have to put up with McKENZIE OERTING & CODIAIEK8 1 i
.. '...' ": ...' ":' .. :.; ,..#;:;5: treasurer Four vkt.pre idents wert .,
..':: : : 'L.a;=.c.
ta bniid from
.rr:;:.:... ._ -- !;] I 111.) dry ; mo, youiif 111:111.:
elected as follow: Yi-u tone: riiilit! it,to t kitchen! with IN-

t'', Peter nthert. president; John V m". an I I'll! sits\ you a thick lice of a1dWape. !

ii TWENTY WORDS mi Gray Detroit,; Frank Sibley, Buffalo; bread with; Inisti'i- on it. Ship Chandlery and General f ;

V. L. hire, ( h.a! o. "XuIOII't say n word" she c'intinued. ; i
i'I
The et 'utlve cnmmlttee elected nsisi;: !er hand to ward off his dos AND 605 S. PALAFOX. H1UKKT. .'

i\\ : -FO C (:j I consists! of H. I. Price, chairman; F. exiMl+tnltiun. "I don't care !how you Aa-EN'O"'fl'- ,.'

A. MenmIjoutsville: J. U Farley came to this state nor anything I about REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. KOEBLINO'8 KOMI CO.'SS '.

TWENTY CENTS.sa Chicago: Alfred Paris. Minneapolis; it. All I know is you're hungry, and GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUpoIl\?-' B ITMPri.Sum s

I; 'I'Ir F D. Seward: St. Louis; A. Walter, that's eioiijli for me. You hall have a
St. Louis. The president also is Ax, gUild dinu" dsrdigi MJJ.! Oils S! dci! lastrn mh! Ihrts h ion, MiliiCOMPAHSKfJ ? i:. I
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'-
I EH'tnXT. IKWi. f.TU: J'
,,j N ollifio. a The combinationis
now in efh.1f.tTr.OOPS The Seat it lilt* 'ilnafhb..r. McKenziit: Oertin lUHftin! ;{ Aut fur .t ir Pii.in' li-u-.volant Aueo 'f'"
iH\j "11 iu the DAI1.Y 1CIar, One c'ut a I Our Amerir.m! Iwlteil alcyon, or common I elation 9 '
i t'J'
t
I
I 11 ., hriugs WUllllerful result,. There ii no I Ii3 SURROUND GONAIVES. ki"II-l\r.; is tin expert hole IHlr. .. ,
1 I. 'i !here is s<-/:rI'I Iy a claiy !iani. along f
ham in the state for realizing want I Hoped Rebels Will Surrender Place HI'trl' IIJI" cf our middle and southern THE GARDEN SECTION : !

,: 'I; .: c..lltmns. i and Prevent Attack. states but teas its' face >nt l>y thy .
door <>f one of these gluonsy looking/ o-Of*-<> ,
Port an Prince Haiti Oct. 17.-The
HAVE YOU A WANT ? i report; that M. Firrain the revolutionary lions<',. IPensacolaPloric3.su !
The hole i la usually quite round anl
leader had embarked: on the Unit .
._ '_ I IlV II ;!oe s din-rtly nro: the bank with a --- -. (
States cruiser Cincinnati Is confirmed.
I
I sli' ht upward siunt! to a distance. of Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. "

uit,'d. N ttutictyVauted.. from two to four feet, win re it turns !

rl \\' wtl'J. OpdnituVauted.. The troops of the provisional government nearly nt right; angles: to one side! or I .
8 t-1
surround Connives the headquarters Beautiful Lots for Sale. : Es j
S \\' nit'.d. p.utnH \V'atlted. the otler, ending; in a large, jug shaiiolpfHket f'
.
of the revolutionists.The
:>! where the epss ore laid. The l

0.. Wantt'd, Quilter Wanted Cincinnati the French cruiser kiii" fisher i is my moot cheerful comp.iiiion 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

E \Vauted.: R.wnlsVauted.. d'Assas and the German cruiser Falk
whim I and out for a diij's or a ing to location and surroundings. f
:: "' Wilntf.d. St.n'1ut., Wauted. i a:e off Uonaivns for the protection o1! wicks ;ans-'lin: It is nn ever fresh: des : f

*" :I W Inted. TetunVauted.. Q I foreign interests. | light to nab-h him pwoopinsr; down into Exceptionally Good Jfeighhorkooil, Ueautifid View J! t

61 W'I1Jt..d. UuioufJlell Wanted. : It is' hop Ml that the revolutionist i! the clear brook water with a melodious .
Fertile Ldhds. .1 1
r \Vanted. Vehicle; Wanted. I I will' surrender Oouaives and thus save l>limire 11 nd rondo torch spa rkhag] liken High Dry I

\. the ton'rom\ tr>.' rtama.jc and loss nil! lliike In'f. a blue SMI n aye or 1\ fragment ; I ,
\Vauted. Wive'unted.
-
: Wanted i it' !!i.. which! mu..t r<;ult if the tjovepinieiit of ttir'S'ioiM; *. lie rarely I tolls to The grandest opportunity for investment over t
.
\Vutted Xppriel ce "
(fM troops aw (unified! to attack catch the minnow he strikes at, but his cflered in Pensacola. p !
I
LVauted.. You're wanted to have
I'1'j I the place.THREE appetite is miremittlnt,' and Insatiable.: --- ,
; : \\'.lUted. Zp..l enough to place a t. from till eight.
I lie eats morning Dome Seekers Should See These Lots '

roii CHILDREN CREMATED. Maurice Thompson. a ,
?m j

I The government of Honduras hn!' "V..Clubbs

I SPECiAl R Ht 81 T H : Had Been Locked In the House by granted a sut,\'eution of $100 a mouth II: '
i 'm
'j nn Q. Their Mother.
? 1Iti TI itl lUIQ pnl'IM I to a college; for women and has given
l nu. 1 I ltO. \ WEEK DR MDNTH. .,., I Tiifsiila, Miss.. Oct. 17.-News ha It a building\ with accommodation for Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I ;
r; jut leaihfd here of a fire near Km i I I

L... ...... __ ._ .._..._fa I small town 10 miles north nl! i some 200 scholars I I a .
a .
:.:.. .' ';' '.J.-cr=1O"' "" "-"'" "" .'.::.:.y.:::; '! '.' I get | ''K U. BKKNT. WM..II KNOWLhH.:! : : W. K. Nut; IK., J. H. KKKHE: I i F
I I'I I ho P.. in which three children were i' President. View.('resident, fabler ...., Csbl I

; I.-( ) .\ I.. I: 1.A )&41'. ; burned to death. ( : I. I i
-- I It -- I II The father George Moorehead.! Irft Ii

\', i1\ins KnaintM-r ,. I tu I I 11 I'-I'ntrufryt'glasses: with chamnnd for hi!" work In the woods leaving hi : FllfAt National Ban ::1 : i I
\ K. Lll httlil !hat', hiuriili iHUu-lle.l. t inaiT Will Dli-use, wife and! the thivp children at :ir.hnm :.- ) i
I-, rail lIt for otlicx notilSlw i ntlli'i-. ;i
,. __ __ ____ __ I. <'. The mother went to a n. !I' i I I
: -- n buiUing. I u T n**"* a T* L"w* *-*rffe / I !
(
1.VHT: I bors to rather!: some getatile-s' I'n'' I
IIAIUMRS. <.HJ-o.< :
-- I ... .. .. .... .---.. .-----.-..... .. I her t it-iiirn; bp was hot rifled to 1'1 I i': i or JFf ACOL.i. TLA.TJ i 1 :I !
'.1. ) 1\' 1.t'4 A 1)" !U It-\H KKlK;K-MftnDf.lctnrerj: i home in fiamws. The children lnbo I< > Sl : -_ --- It c [ i : ;
I r
denier in Fir foods, hats.Toilet + I II
IT1 K 'OTH-1
< n ltx l '!kd I in the hrwsoRebebllion 1 : !
j \rtlcie-s, 11 hlr 011."to..8-'Y W. liovernrattttreet. !
i nuprovi'd real rs-i I I.ui i S ElSJiP"I WM H KNOWLKH W. A. BL/I'r-r. F. C. Bhr.oi1 ft K "VKJi: J1 I t I ; ;
at low '
amount
%I.1UK.:. Hrook, Esgan: Three Years Ago y D. O. f< lL''': { I I j :
-trr F1AtVat's.i'UT .
t'ala1u1Si.. Flab.r New York. Ort. 17.--Three veal aimic i

.. Sinlm ; ago; tin Thursday: the prt>:;enf" civ.! J I
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--- KLOWEK and sierra%

,. i rot ntafUnt need you Jlh.luI'yT a sot ,I I I'\tIs.'/)'Q"p..o,1\'lol..tt"Iorl'oo.,l designs jidered. 8X3etl tor castcntret I.eslgnnL tirrgury td 1 Ifr.-, strife: rnbe-Uribe.in Colombia in was Btu begun'aramaRa by: .General ,'., j Is rbn'E'r Ytt lm 85i t Hszatifi E ti tJ. h 1: )'tt, t nQ Al tL t t ii :

iami IUar't rltlt' : ( ; :
. of Sat .tcder. nhich to-\i>
real partnifiit _.
ell
i improved y l lr \\'." 'l'l'U. rSiLIs1 -- i ; I
%ot'i tooth lu-tf Pltl"l __ was captured by General Willimi/ai I \\ z -MW. oar owes BilL o' Eachei.ye; on ar at Britain! ireec'C ;;,1 j jI _

\\/ -\nJou--\II kiaflj; 0" empty beer i then governor; of Sant Andcr. cabl-15 ; TWe USE OF +!$ Vt a'cAa.n'a: Hoilr.Ld! 1 .
bottlei. tl.A.FRIRDYAN. ooTttf ; I Germany. : Italy, rfpaln Bsl/lam, fiaii b. Net i ;

I HottKO )tusFY.yourprapetty.pro. I _. I[ The Herald correspondent at Panama I p4v !-I.E\1A D..i.YJ' irk and 'Mh'jr Knropean! COl:IJtrJea. I, .I I I
The hellion after spread over .
i soon ,
\JIII.. Ilt'Ii : .t'dcd --- ----- 1)) iP I
t 111or Bell rrul cb- \\lIIIt'eI. I j the republic and still continues. |II 9e It V"lrlh"lUi'Hr! p.1 C'OJ 1h" Most I"n"r&'>le Tsrrns and shell! j !

,<'ii-n\"dp-crittlon II..... Hltrudtid have to'1 I I MKS-i: cur illustrated cntnljscu-ni: >laln> I .. : OollratlorJ'; }:.'u r u: ?. bl" a* Pt of rae9)tpatluL Te,: orfor !""hrj' I'a's 1 I ; I I'

p"- r. Watson Co.i ar trash. Imrtx r iradf. in shorttitiir. I!; Gilman Son & Co. Assign. I +tt" 1r'I.4rrves! rt-ers' i it ; I
i itr'sasI'o.T
Penm- m.ul.'llr. M.ilT I ollf "i'. :Io.Or.- GDllffrJ
-i -"nlrate.;UIKagents... To rveryouB I!j ji Iran>. (." oir.tfU' ,' New York. Oct. 17-Theodore Gilman !!- I Si111rLy x 'Hi Jf i;vXeP Roat in Cctsiiectio t : I' ; I'
v will | .na money i
: a ( and Wmthrwp Gilman. composing; j
'. r uouse. Srt-tt 1..111..1.. 11"11' \\': ,'( I with whic ZJI'f' hi" .ro n ;PrlYft Aoartment far the Vie '
the firm of Oilman. Son & Co., hankers
----1 1I 1I A'n.lI- Ii.-* to If a-'n; blllr r.g.';'; and brokers of this city whose failure cj1ii. of Rf\D f oArli. 'Itt ;
I "r Itt'Ilt. I mltl.I lInDIl and facial 1I111o'RI.1
... __ .1"__v I.. 'Ur vm-ks conipVti--! i'ainlogiir utlLlI..... 1 i was announced yesterday afternoon.1 .
I "'.itof rixinn. either M ilfr nlicf.1/ *. New itrlfanl.a.. olMfI i today assigEt-d for the benefit of cred
,*.ri.l,hed : 11'iv l.eitth- i :; / Irft iwsF WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! :
i- u- office fur infortna-I cS.u.itatL.ru -llIlpllli..I. : itoe: to Bainbridge Colby. ; Vt.V !
016tfI.a '
wrtsNul.rfnt t nirtrt if .
\A IT. :M UnirK'intesi i book, lip-to- While ,,., ..I. *A i RL\I nt r.rrfRS 1I -
Lamp Praying. ;!
Upset
I, V date" i'onitinln new cafe of 'I"IIK".I i! suffered tor ,:x with I I l rtuint Ir, i. >nd I
I LI'rt -.h..I. und the nluileexKiiiinatlou for 111 85! ChattanooCT. Tenn., Oct.: 17.-Hatti'! i, years cc.n ? ,m wr *rtpur 1 '... .. '' ll.il jioo | I I
.
suction ail indigestion 'hiring f #M a's ,i' a/t.r. ar
i ) !
malesuf vearlaaorked
II- ; cn-eoing out and Johnson 15 years old a negro girl } winch time I mpuytd'nral: phv I parf. inner. .J'u, iil 'OIl. .1UUM.ir .
'' ,.. j
d for llcen I
that
h I 1 N M'IUHU< alai' !be etplaf to applicant >>t< will Ht r < 1
,
,
lie W. .OtkblfDheck.. : from saying her -ician, }>':: th %' t 'told not rt 'f my "" ".1:1f "'.., I ,1..1 I d I
H urb to -s. sole while rising .
i t Wright street pn prayers .. .. .
(Ibefote .. .. .. .. .. t6laesnn
1I
II..t.\ aI'ot.: ililm* I costscuts> :Mr i; Pnp<>Itw..lI of 000' n' : t (u. ot. <>P "
II1
Maolay. : \ retiring upset a lamp which ex i I .or- f\'IIY' I a.. rtJ.Y1e I' I Ce
.. I I I
I Eureka: SpinaCarroll L<> Ark "I I' ,......" t .t : .
'I{ !,.ELI ;. : Iluardint I loii-c. plodt'rt.) Icntting her clothing. She died felt! that: thi n a,.inn b!lii for mt tI.. .. w, ... ; 1'.j...." .'..; !. ,
t76' .
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--- -- ---- - -- ---- I from bUI n8. J JSheop could not r< :ain food on mj mach wf It.a. "a'11.O-I'IH"'.,.". 'I .- ... I
,', i had vertigo :m,1 l \\".add tail help; -- \v '. .1'1.11'.1 .,. 1
r it: itfiowrnM. n Hue I \KIU\U Hut:> I-: at Wheeler !springs' .r.ot- : r 1. aI i., .a '
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c.t fn m tbf fac!orIIrjlau. \ : 1) :Mary K-thtr. Kla.. Mr.. Condon, profiitlre i the floor. Two years ago I .'.m. ...- "Rsla" t--" 1.1 r'r.. .,' \\,. .. _... \. .. .". ,,... ?
.. desk. and All the comforts ol home at men 1\! tog along;: the west Rid" merjctil taking: Dr. Fiercc's Colatn .J ur"r; m. arc: I' r. I I ,' I. SS 3
h. 0)a en.t..t t hbH'& %,'r) rensonubie rates. Northein tourists of the Horn basin: !' in Wyomir.? are | Medical ilr"' ,'\'f'fand little' Pellet; wi" .t II u. \1.:1: : \ .: a.\.:,t t1. .'e.::.' .. :_.a.:;:.,I- ,': E
L'ig
larragona tf I will :iud IlIh an ideal place to spend A por-1, and iraprovf-d from the ftirtfter rc. \1. .u l lr'' ; If... 1"
.
--- I .lion_ .uf the teuton. Solm protesting against; the; proposed cularircment takiiij faclve bottleof trot Discovery .. ('".,d...:. rn. .-t ,,\i.\\..... ,. ,'.. '., .", '\\.r' .... ". ."" '.1,1' .1 :'", @ ;I t I Ial.
i J. .
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nll"t aesrsble lot. of the forest cast of ; '".. ,,., .
la | reserve | I was able to do light work and ea' \r r W ) y- I. .''x
.
Y terni>, ry the Kishr i i l'len\'r. 1.01' L-'lu1eral.. have been s-ince ID f.,.' d.y. I am .. ,In tea .r'. : : .. a 100 1r. r tJ. \ 11. .I.IIs..d"an
claim that improving: I
y :'Way. olltb Paatur1ralN! I the Yellowstone park. They j ever __ bin AOM. WICliL' a '' 1./1 "eftar ".)",..: .u 1I.'t a.i.i
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ljtLHERtl I' prrmptlyinbonunetsorspectsldetlgns FOR KUNEKAL8 farnlineC : they sheep will We range a large If the part reserve of their Is summer enlarjeJ. -- a dm
1 -' ,\\1'11...Ideld 1Ik5.oh1 oalf.ollf (\(1&8 hone Violelte a.v. iloieno, .8.'8 West (Jrtgorj2idlm I I -: : : : ':'': '' :.;- .. : .i--: _..J.os._ .JJ: ::... .;::_: -. '..'

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1902



school board after close of I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.I .
morning
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Oven Argument AN ALLEGED service. Sunday school at 9 a m. THE WEATHER

Children and teachers requested to I

r attend promptly. Church offering TWO SOLES

DEFALCATIONPresident in all services. TO-DAY
Its work In the ovta b the strong+t &rgato -

tnl'nl favurtf "(.()(JD It'CK" Baking IVwtie' I -- I Christian Science

i Services 202 West
at
: 1b> statement every liouskeejfr can W. W. Robinson of the Gregory street Local Forecast-Fair tonight : ner-uing AS FINE AS CA. BE BOUGHT:
I at 11 a. m. All interested invitedto .. '
are ,
t. .b J
the I cloudiness and showers Sundaj! : a II' _
The It
TI rtf) f T bt-rsrlf. fact that mat e ' Atlanta Compress Company, arrived attend. BEST SHOE MADE UNDER SUN:
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"Inds.Temperalure i
southeast
seer )* .it. waffles, ].lea and cAke i*why H tan
at the Merchants hotel thi, morningand

t>..!< ,d in Train LmuJa.kichmonj. I Salt ai ion A liny.
t after breakfast went out to the in Last 24 Hours:
.I Who can make mere words graceful lines, a super:
I Everyone is cordially invited to Maximum..... .._........................ .... 7'1..llre..s express :
cotton compress with the local agent. attend the meetings at the Barrackson Minimum......___..... _.___.._........5,degrels I Who can define style
Virginia.r ; '
is in'
President Robinson's visit DeReache street. Holiness meet-
1 --- Temperature Elsewhere: But you know it when you see a pair >.f
connection with an alleged defalcation i ing Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class I
Max. Mln.
1 ;! of a former employe, it is rumored I meeting at 2 p. m. !Salvation meet- Atlanta ..... ......._...._.....M) M ,
Bismarck._.. ......... ........_.....mi IIi
WSonNTS1 the sum alleged to have been ings every night at 8 o'clock in the Chicago.. .... _.........?_.. ......... o* HI j i
I' Barracks; open airs at 7 p. m. Capt. I Cincinnati._........._......._..fis M
about $10uO. When asked of the Galveston____ .......... ......_ 72 80
Callie Holder Lieut. Kellar, Huron ........ ... -. ...........__ R*, 80
matter the local men will have Jacksonville ..............._ ._. 74 WKaneasilty KEITH'SONQUEROR
I' officers in charge.; _........ ........_._-.M M
I.. [i. AND PERSONALS nothing to say and endeavor to Key West ..... ..... ...................M is
Seamen's Friend Society.. Memphis! ..... ._............. .____7s 6S
have ignorance of the affair. Mobile .._' ........._.._..... ..?.....7* 60
The Seamen's Friend Society will Montgomery .............. ......_. '2 Ii!
.!5'2.525"252S5252525'2.5" S2J The employe of which New Orleans........._...._..._.... 7t M
at complaint i I hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. New york......... ..... ..... .......... 4J oi
I JV.. Tippins, white, was; badly is made is no longer working for the | Sunday in their reading Savannah ......... .._.. ............ !oj M
fi t 4 room on bt. Louis ................ ............. 7J 51 | S3-5O
_ ;( hurt ou the dock :jesttrdjy. He 13 company, he having been requested. South Palafox street in the Corner j jl:

y" rppurted us slowly today. I
improving of the Scandinavian
building north
to resign when the shortage was at' Hive you tried a medium or medium I
ij Arthur Pourtltss left L.-t night for first discovered. church. Seamen and citizens of all strong Hudgins 5-ceut cigar? SHOE.

'' :Miuden, La., to take charge of the denominations are mvited. H. C.

new electric lighting plant under Cushman secretary.:
Yon oat all them. Tile ...
-rection. there. BOUGHT LICENSE # literally see style sticking over -
Saints )lretir /O
in town. It's a pleasure to show them.
; ScartitMurenoarid: wife J. Ed. Latter: Day Saints will hold ser nit signatare is on every box of the genuine

1 iL o Br"n andV.: H. Northup were UNKNOWINGLY vices at 7 p. in. tomorrow at Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets

#' u'tiitat Hotel Marlborough, New -- Saints' Hall, :No. 528 East Chase the remedy that eorea' cold la one daj.Have .

: f !i Y.:1thh week.A street. All invited. I -you -tried-a medium or medium MEYER SHOE CO.
An affair, very amusing in its entirety
,
ui-Kitg ol credit;; in the Win. strong Hud{i in 5-cent cigar; :
beard in the _
was city court
.T ; h Riiiiiit-r bankruptcy case was heldt I

t ,,id ,y before Referee NicholThe this morning when D. Ravano, a MARITIME. Fret FuniMier for Cash Oul-.
I OPERA HOUSEONE
ti ; 'y 1 I i-tuiouer was allowed the txeiap- Greek merchant: was tried for disorderly -

e 3 tmiicUiiced.. conduct. Ravano yesterday -- 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET-
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EXPORTS
i C iderable trouble for the past purchased tl.e license of another For October to date ........ ................ IK'S.-3i< NIGHT ONLY! --

1fI; f-w day: has been experienced by Greek and went to take possession. |
October ...1414 4ti1 1 1 1 /./e/o/e//e/s/E/ri10/e .a
oil ARRIVED.Am Saturday 18.
t -trefct railway by having car g
The first Greek objected and a __ ___ _
quite --- -- --- ---- -
.4 2 ss IVnsacola. It**, Leech( Taraplco to
tie track on 1'alafox street. An examination 1
r r /ll time ensued. The affair ended in Gait Krss Transit olanton C'o, 19ln. Las Palmas *
showed that a defective Lu-k to ii

rail caused the trouble and {Superintendent Rivano being arrested but he was Gull Transit Co Miss Percy Jlasmell SOME LEADERS

Dunham had a gang; replacethe not fined. I CLEARED. '/ 1

bad rail this morning. I Hr 69 Clinton.\ 21'&. Bales, by Gulf TransitCo I : o-AT-o
t Xrtftd :..1.1......1.1.1...1....; for Tamplco,with S,3") tons coal, value AS PRINCESS ANGELA, '\ Ii
Rev. Mr. Irwin, pastor of the f 11.iff-) Ii
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Uaiversalm church, has announced :. SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES: AT QUARANTINE. In a production of Splendor of Iarshall's :! 1; THE BIG STORE.Cash i N

$ her ,ubject: for 7:30 Sunday night as .........................: Nor bk Tabitlii, K.'l,UameUen.Cape Townto Regal Romantic Comedy, e .

j me bearing on the strike situation order .
Catholic.St. I Nor bk Saint Monoa, 115.;$, Gnddersen. i
taw trust and labor combination; Michael's-Order of divine i': liuenos Ayres to order A ROYAL FAMILY. i Bargains for this Week *

Doubtless many will bexlad to hear .
service for the ;summer; : :First mats i i THE SHIPPING.
i8' it her on thi-> timely topis Sunday at The Two Years' Success; of the : ; DRESS GOODS. I SILKS. :
:31) lat and '
a. m. mass erraon,
tj ;
i. 11 a. m. h* subject will b- "The Lyceum Theatre :N. Y. 1
9:3"J devotions 6 VESSELS IN PORTSTEAMSIIPS. I
'' a. m. Evening '
Still Slull'olce.. I Ip.111. i p i
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OFKKHING
SPECIAL 11CI.\L; OI'FEli\L: -
I Miss Haswell is Supported by the
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f Aim Anstea,!--ii.., C'osullcb, to Gull Tran- following Remarkable: Company. : .
y y l1avH ju tried a medium or me-1 St. Joseph's llev. Robert Fullerton S'tCo! Putnam, Maud : H(r in. Wuol Plaidr.Ocyard: ; 'I I in. Taffeta Kilk21 :
(IiuIhtruer Jlud; iucent: cigar' Kr: Calliope.I...!!. Paiee. to Golf Transit CoIr Boyd Grander in. satin Liberty .
----- Pator-First mass, 6:30 a. m.; Cc nto. ll.il. Adams, to W s Kt'per t Co Harry: Burkhardt :Nancy PadgLt, .iU-iu. Tricot Flannel..S3c yard37m. '' .
;!;-inch China Stile
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1* MANY WILL high mass, 8:3U: a. u.; benediction, r.rCairnstrath(Clinton 'I'I. ;Kiles..;3.!Hunter toGul, to orderHr Tran-itCo Frank Roberts, Robt. C. Turner, : Novelty GoodsJc:!; yard 27-ln. Drapery Silk-
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Charles D. Pitt Walter
Cro= )
7:30; p.m. I Hr Lneann. z'711 Knight to Hl'.iars A Co by, : 54-in. Wool Skirting:: yard 24 in. Ponsree Hlk-" :
15r Palatine, l.iJi. Rwto order Peauette Northern Walter Rob-
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Ur Silverdale! 1711, tails: toW 3 : ; 51-in. Habit( Cloth.. .7H3:: yard Black Taffeta tfllk- :
!i :: Keyser: insou and others. .
EI.i..cClI/\I. to ... .... .. . .
34 PAY PENALTY I Co .
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w1 5ti-iu. Ckukinz .. ...Si ..1 yard : .
Christ Church Services the lr Halopia, 1M, Burgess toGulf Transit o black "&au de.role .
tbL4 by CoBr Management Henry B. Harris. 44-iu. Black: Henriettasat to.. ? .. .. .... ... II
34t rector R=v. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30: i \Mldcroft: Savan. IflH, ,1W6 Hunter, M Mtckinzie, to order to W t? I : .... .. .. .43 and 63c yard 4tiin.silkdown. .. : ''

t s i A c'jrdiuri to the way things are and 11 a. m. and 5 p. m.'r't. i'' Key ser & Co .. -- ;.3
e !HIPS. Seats on sale at Coe's Thursdav. -
a=+ 4 'IJiUri now there will be a great Kitherine's Church corner.: Nor America 1*.<5, GJirtsea, to Pen&acola .oTRIMMINGS1! > :.. .. :;
Cervantes and Sixth Rev. i
avenue, Lumber CoNor
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miuy people loin;::licf'n"ed business 0 .
Htambou'lllt, r.vrthcumssen
order -
I J. R. Bicknell, Priest in Charge-:: Monday Oct 20. : Brush Braid.. ... .. ... .! e yard'J Perculme .. . . :
who ,
in this city will be penalized CO Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. i BARKSIt Quill Bine: ... .. .. .ac yard Hook- and Eye-: .. . .

y f r'' Ali per cent on their usual; licenses and Ht..Mary's Mission (colored), RevJ. Edenbureh.li3iSlarltoorder : : r spool Silk ... .. .. .>>yard Chiffon Trnnmiii :
Hut Gurli 7JJ::, Svallulstrotn.: to Rix M
si be-iJes be subjected to arrest and R. Uicknell, Priest in Charge- Robinson WALLACBMI'SIIOE 1'KESKXTS: : Medallions, Satin and Talft.ta HildiugLace BilllllL-- :
I i It I r15..\lfl.Coniglier to order JlUft".
> fine in the mayor's court. :Sundayschool at 3 p. m.; service at Am Lottie Moore, 7J4, Sheppard.to JnoA Fane -
MerrutACo Mrs. BruneIn -- -, -. _. _
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4 at the of Jackson v .
p.IU. chapel, corner .
The liw
allows
3o diyr after tl eflrt Nor Mgurd. 11R'OxnerndtoIi H Boyer -
and B street fo't L'riano, v."i, Cacheur, to orderSCHOONEKK. : r _h' ; et : 1
of the fiscal 'I
year to procure ,
the Dramatic Sensation of the year I
1i t t f ; !licences for the cumin;; year. After I ;\1..,h').Ii..t J-i..collal: Cia 1If<.h Son Ii. I Am-ier Donna Christmas l'"A; Aielsen tom '. I ",

tat, time has expired a charge; of Gu+ Reed's Chapel-Preaching at3 p.m. Am Mary iumby, luiT -, to oricrIji : UNORNAA .. \, c w: 1
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by Rev. W. i 'c t. r cent j made and all found cot Gad.den Street Church. Rev. W. >.-jk Out for Peter.Billouness s a ''k
See Our See Our
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: ii .t vine tdo required license will be and liver disorders at creation by F. Marion: Crawford ( i >
Q. Vredand, l'.lstor-Servic&; at 11 and prepared; fur thecage;
this season may be prevented by .
a re"t.J.'hHe! 11 violations
r ,, I a;srant a. m. and &:3o: p. m. Sunday chool cleansing the System with DeWitt's by Espy Williams. I I.

t 1 tie ->hown a larger line ..tl.alllueret. at :30 a. in, A. H.D'Aleniberte, Little Early Hi-eB. These famous .0 '> .

g f -.-;; ii i iioible.i superintendent; Epworth League at little pills do not gripe. They move The Greatest Love Romance e \ t / I
the bowels: gently but copiously, and : New # a I New s
7 Mr. Cade Shackelfurd, .
The tax collector reports that p. m. presi by reason of the tonic properties Since Romeo and Juliet. ..of. I> .

''o t shout nne-halt the usual number : dent. L ,die;;' Aid Society will meet ;rive tone and strength to the gland \

a : at the church Monday at 4 p. m. Hlr! is' Pharmacy John !Sheppard I
11 have ikpn out licen-f-; and he ex- Sidney Kahn.Genuine. :Notable cat includes Erroll Dun- r COATSf
4 i Palafox !Street Church Rev. J. M.Dauuelly bar E. R. Spencer Frank Henni i COATS 1

,, !pdct' many will -ul'jected! to thepenalty. ; Pastor-!Services tomor- Claus Hogel Percy Wade, Leon
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row at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Schlitz beer has Henry, J. W. Rodarers, I-abel Pen- .. .
the Ira Spencer, Hilda Vernon Ida .
name branded on the .
school Mr.J. .
Sunday at 9:40 a. m., *
Werner Alice Forbes and others.
BAD ACCIDENTTHE N. Andrews Supt.; Mr. J. A. cork. Don't accept substi'tates. .. ft .

Avar.t, a.-;;:i-tant. Epwnrth Leagueat Heats on sale Friday at Coe'. :
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UNDINE ;5 a. m. Sunday: afternoon, W. A. ,- : t'3&e $ .. ....., c.;; :

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t-ervice / / '
Goodwin president. Prayer -- --- -- -

\i -- at i:*J Wenduesday evening. urO:::::::=G. w. & CO G. w. & COQ:;E1il"j :. I \T That stand- the IV-t-LfHflini; Iak.-n i I:

lIUSIE'\ K{ lar Priof-. "WAYNE KNIT" fur L' -
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# 113 A colored neckband named "Bob liapttt.First GREEN WATSON & CO. i Girl Men :and Ladle-. Silkot, Be-t :. :
fir working on the navy yard launch ': Baptist Church-Rev.. ]# (1.M : number;. Call for 401 and 414. i

r 4 1 {Tudine fill from the upper deck on Joues.pastor. !Services at a.m.and .1
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i tiie.teaiuer's rail this irning audis I b p. in. Sunday school at 9:30 a. M M :: C C::. ( : .- KNIT UNDERWEARS:

i :s said to have been severely injured. D. ) Union Suits for J> d (Jirlc..2-.. I .I
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; 1 3 m., Bfggs, !superintendent. t THE NEXT TEN DAYS the front of our store will < .J I .oysan U.I.l'.1
LJ i The steamer left before the extent B. V. P. U. service at 6:30 p. rn. O FOR CT J L'idi'oO.. 9sc and |1.2: ;. I
i torn out undergoing changes necessary to the comfort J Ladie! Ve"t- and Pant. ;5t' : :

of hid injuries conl-j be d-certained. A cordial invitation extended to all o and convenience of our customers and the successful handling : ) Ladies Fine Seamlefs: Vets.wol. ..... .. .. ...... .. . 1- .

{ He was painting---. -at the- -tin.e.1I11NKI.NU i, to attend these services.Presbyterian c4 of merchandise. We have arranged to have our front door .:E ) Ladies'; Cotton I'ndersuits; .'- I
I 4 1 Hnv. ;;' I'nderwear .-t.-.r. I.
V : : M\lK KASV. ; 3 clear and open. You will S20 .1

I Rev.Lien : 4.J Brown Cotton. ..... .. .. i it :
r There in a \\ :'y. First R.Presbyterian Walker, l'a5torer'ices Church .....FIND US ON THE INSIDE READY FOR BUSiNESS..... O ) D(Iitl) lESTlI'S'I I ,, '! 41 BleariiHl: Cotton ... ... :
k .I asked Hu-band to get some : : 1 Apron jllltJam. . . . .
1 I Urape-Nuts, the ready cooked food. !at 11 a. m. and t> p. m., by the pastor. > j J Extra !Stout Cotton Flannel .. .. . .. .. .. I

t ; y He brought them at u..wnnd. I Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.Clirislijn. SKIRTS AND CLOAKS. .. Flannelettes Wrapper-. . .. .. . .. . .. . :
I served a dish for dinner, for I I dj _
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i tnought what was good for. breakfast | NEW SKIRTS of t Bnowflakes: Zibalines and ) iN 1......141.N/N4i1.. IeNN1.......1014/4/1.1.1..
Ill was; good for any otherme.il.! Well! Central Christian No. 16
i Church Venetians, some with stout seams, !some' 3 to t si, -
?
:2 know did ,
do you we not pat half <) '
j East Romana: 5trf&t-Juuior! Chris- : O without; some with yoke effects, some without
i liearty of the meat, potatoes etc.,
after eating me Grape-Nuts. It filled thin Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday O THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
} + 1 I SILK SKIRTS Pe de W>ie and Tatfeta, J COA ,
I that vacancy which the regular school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. : oaf fbunced plain and Trimmed. .. .. ... $5 to Q.CUss yo

f fare did not. at 11 a. m. ESTATE RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTSI'EVSACOLA
LEADING REAL
+ + II The newspaper puffs' as I used to ,

t11'a cill them (I know better now) are rnh erttali..t. FOOKIDA.Southwell .
;;, not one bit too strong-are cot For Monday and Tuesday's Selling
a ..tron'- enough! for steadier nerves ., First Universalist Church Eat I CD g"j Gorier Palafox and Garden Streets.A .

4 better complexion, increased iadur- Chase Street, Rev. Mrs Athalia J. i iI i One Cm 7.cent Bleached Cotton... .. .". .." ".. .. 5c yard FEW VERY DESIRABLE: DWELLINGS: .4 ?,< < ,
it ance and a renewed reserve! fund of 1 Pastor Services 11
t I : Irwin at a. m. 1
f strength are now mine, and I cannot [ subject, "The Still Small Voice;" "j 1000 Yards 10-ceut Percales.... ... .: ". .. ..... .. .. .. ..8',c yard .< J ?* t" .* *< STORES AND OFFICES FII'h! I

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TN 1- be too thankful. I can walk five
1 miles without one-half as much loss text, 1st Kings, 19, "And after the ,Ii ,
;t I, of strength; as when I formerly i fire, a still small voice," and 7:30 :: Two large! dwelling! ,modern S-itorr.conveniencos. on North- ,I Two stores connected by if '
p Baylen street.111 all with II rooms and kltchxn ab \
4! i walked one. | p. m., subject, "The Strike SituaI i 8 oO Pairs Positively 111-\\V 00111.4 Blankets gay water and In residence portion ol Government street, near Tarrai .
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If, in cleaning house and numerous city, tl J per annum. I
i I I tion, Trust and Labor Combinations I rent as hole, or separately at
other back breaking: toils we wo- Large and comfortable dwelling 2-Uory .
men must do we would all preparea ;" text, "Let there be no strife : o White with Pink Blue and Red Borders and sells 1 with gas and water throughout large lot. 1 rental.

I dish of Orape-Suta instead of the I' between me and tbee," Gen. 13S.I( 3 everywhere ford La wire Kua outhouses street a'nd located 7th Ave.on. Ho the per corner month.of I I The McGinn Building, corn. '

1 1 old time 'cup of tea to brace up on,' i! Sunday school at 10 a. m. Y. P. C. i fro dwelling contain- I meat and Tarragona itrrftm, .

ij+ i' one would coon see the difference. ':'f. at 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting $8.00 OUR PRICE, SPECIAL $5.00 cI tag Admirable T rooms one-story and bath gag! and water : for boarding Louse. Appiy: forjja'
I have found, since using Grape. I throughout, south Irontage! within easy I ,
Nuts, that mental occupations every Wednesday evening at 7:30. reach of Belt and North Hill car lines!, w ill argestoredoomcorner Bayi'+'"'
tendencla streetsS month.
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1 which months ago were taxing and 1! All are cordially invited to attend|' < ,. lease tor JJ50: per annum. I per .
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1 fatiguing, are now real pI a?ure5. I Two-storydwellingcontaming rooms, AfewoOees! on Palafoi 81 r."'
| these services. 'I No JW S. Barcelona street i "Thlesen "and a large II
GREEN WATSON & near Belt Line Building
think steadily and with such I CO.
pi ft t t can I : d Will lease tot\::n per annum. I ante-room suitable lor meeting iiI -
i ease. By putting a spoonful of Lutheran. i i{ _
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; Grape-Nuts: in a cup of good rich '
F.
German Lutheran Church J. PHONE 193.
4: j; r Postum. I have a drink lit for a 'I /'''' will repair your watches' and The finest line ol umbrella- .

King." Name given by Postuin Co., \V. Reinhardt Pastor-German service Lo3 A" r1rT 'Jewelry in first-class style J. 1 I city is at J. I. Stephens'. Ck aj

x g ii\ Battle Creek, Mich. at 10:30 a. m. Meeting of the j( : LU """'" -100 5 'Ai .. | Stephens. at them.


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