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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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life Saving Stat'.oirrod'Santa: Ross
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wjsT Ar6a h ing. the station, with'.his-,crew: of life i "
6av3re, his two.daughters.' ; Miss Alice ; i
Broadbent, Airs. 1/wse" Lagos and .1 '

two little children,, and',the Inmatesof .,:
Burton's pavtacn1) : there MissAlice ..

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and three'sII:2ll 'boys is e thrilling )

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Phcto by Turton & Bell. "Journal representative yesterday' ;
U'ss Peterson said: Photo by Chas. Cottrell.

Wrecked ocean-gping vessels_ on 'Ferdido Wharf-the result of the great storm of. Miss Pe rtOTI's Story. i Iron -hull bark balanced amidships on rock pile in front of Gulf Transit Co.s Officer l'-

September,26-27. "When I think' now of the terribleexperience ,

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family, the Life Saving crew, myself; : '
I land mother and the,'children with ttajwent COLA RECOVERING t H.s ;

: MOJI EL f" .STR1CK I through,. I, wpnder that any ofI PEIVSA .
MORE THAN I jus ever I1V.M.o tell,the tale.
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"Wfcen my brotier-in-law, Mr. Chas.

Eaton, left thepailiun' Tuesday OF 5 TORM :
fEARS A'NQTIjER STORM ; night. Sept 25, togo to the city on FROM EFFECTS j.X.

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1 PERSONS 1}art Instructions "were that ,if we { c
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TUG BOATS, FLED FAR UP-STREAM TO ESCAPE pavilion that night to not steP there I .....e.... &..o..... Work of Removing Debris and Re= :t qt J t '
but to go to tie station. and stay until '

POSSIBLE REPETITION OF RECENT be came back. I REVISED LIST ; ;
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"That night the wind blew a terrible and Dam.
RELIEVED : OF 'THE DEAD building Repairing
HURRICANE GHT MORE BODIES ; gals and< ,the surf began, to % _: I. ... _1
dash on the: pavilion floor: threatenIng --- > .
I 'to undermine the ui1ding. About The following Is the revised list ;
'. F OUNnI "-* $ of those known t<> have been lost: aged Structures Already. ,t ; it itGomm
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: ; 30 o'eket Wjy lef; ?s PA.m n. and + ;
I went in fh< "homse' <1r. the'tdv shore MRS. LeBARo 3 GONZALEZ. .'
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Relief Committee Does? Val- -r-- J' GONZALEZ, 12 Tears. 0 ; t.l \\i
side of the island, some,SOO yards distant > GEORGE nced : -. .
I Associated Press. hours and retired for to-night filled. staying there the. balance of b ,GEORGE MORGAN, fisherman.. '},I,,'J. f I
ient Work In City and :Mobila, Oct. 1.:-All tugs in Mobile]I with forebodings. Many residents the night. When day broke on the eo.. WIFE SIX-YEAR-OLD OF MORGAN DAUGHTER* ___ .; '. .f- ,
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river to-night fled far upstream to; in state morning I were semi-panic the
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LEWIS.
Along Bayshore. .,escape 'a second hurricane which they dispatches from Washington reportIng -! to the pavilion and satin that it TWO UNKNOWN .WHITE HUNDREDS OF
'Would soon be washed away we proceeded '
1:i believe to be .at hand., It has' been that warnings had been displayed to save what,articles of value 0 t MEN.FRANK BLITCHEY, a fisher-- .-w DESTRUCTION Of ., J
decided that all the people -on Dauphin along the Florida coast. There is". we could the Life Saving crew coming : man. $ p f ;
MANY FAMILIES UP ESCAMBIA island be brought ,to this city if great comfort, however inasmuch as, to our ass'stance and In a short 0. Fort SERGEANT McRae. OVER- MLNATWORK : 'f'f'd

another storm sets in. Mobile is not mentioned as among the t time everything of value -was carried $ LL'Q >E. .J ,' i
BAY, EAST BAY, ALONG THE The crew of the Norwegian bark places likely to be visited by the I to a high sand hill between the pa- 0 CHILD OF SERGEANT PREN- ". ,
WARRINGTONALSO Nome reported lost, are'safe, having storm. j I vision and the Life Siring Station % WIFE;; 0 THE OYSTER t
AND AT SERGEANT PREN-
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been picked up by a passing steamer. Later in the day. however.. Mobile;j Watched the Destruction. A TISS. Steamers at, the L. & ,N i

GET RELIEF. j I The bodies of eight were picked up was added to the list of warned cities i!I "We then went, to the life: Saving PRIVATE JORDAN.; *
to-day in the lower bay. and Mobile's cup of misery was again Station and watchod the work o[ de- ONE. PRIVATE Name 1nknown. .* Wharves Will Begin l'
1 I Haunted by the recollection of the full. Under present conditions a'''fitruction. The rush of the sea gradually I Woolsey. Y* !' ",; .
The Citizens' Relief Committee bas great storm which has 'Just past, of second storm will do much damage!I'' pounded the pavilion! to pieces: ED HtJQHES. BEDS Loading To-Day. I I : :

been open every day since its organization sustaining further injury and increased even though it does not reach the proportions -'I and little by little the surf tore it .. COLORED MAN.WOMAN, wife of *J .
and late each night supplyingthe financial loss and heavy rainfall of the preceding one. Local down until some time between 11 and man ,
the destitute. and fearful of what tomorrow may Observer Ashenburger is able to give' 12 o'clock the last of the kitchen; 0. Quarantine Station. y
of
needs MEM
bring the residents of Mobile had to- Q. COLLIKR. Hospital attendant. CITY HAS URGE FORCE OF ; I'AT
Citizens have generously sent in, slight information announcing' a low went down. It seemed as though SEAMEN from British *
. loads of clothing and these have been I'day a most uncomfortable twelve barometer. when the last of the pavilion went 0<> steamer.THREE J Feared That All Have Been WORK AND TERMINAL; i
I down, the sea made:: a mad rush for Robinson Point. :
than thousand Of COMPANY IS REBUILDING LINE
supplied to more a colored. ( .,
I the Life Saving Station, and at' 4' FRANKttWEPEARD. and
Sand
onr own citizens and several'wagon; Covered With TO BARRANCAS? ADDITIONAL .
knew thAt cur only chance for life -L.
$ chfl- .
loads have been sent to outlying set Governor Broward Tenders ; TWO UNKNOWN white .:
I :was ia, the life boat, which baa been 9 dren. DEATHS REPORTED '! .)
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tlements. taken out ot the station and moored 0 Escambia Bridge. + Thus Destroyed.Fears : .
Orders for provisions were issued : to the 9 1-IRS. T. }<'. MATT1J WS. /VESTERDAY OTHER REPORTS' -
!to( those who were without food. ; an Offer of Assistance I nearby north entrance with ropes of the reaching station. By 0. MATTHEWS.TWO CHILDREN OF MR8. i ARE UNCONFIRMED. ; Y'fI ,
r# $ : ,
Precaution Taken. means of these ropes we were all to 0 TWO COLORED MEi.TOTAL for the safety of the oyster I -
DEATHS ............23 i "
'climb into it.Tt
! Every possible precaution Is taken'o i Governor reach the boat and : beds in this entire section as well as I 'With the opening of yesterday the .
: prevent imposition and also to In-,I extend through you to the pea was but a short time after we 00900849..0400>>91? t'N... Mobile and all along the coast are work of rebuilding commenced &01.
offered to
sure that needy applicants are not: of of Pensacola the deepest sympa bad get to the boat that the cupolaof entertained. It Is thought that the I from the wreck will arise a new and' :' ,
ance the and float-
the station washed
neglected. From today those who can Yesterday of all the people of the state in ed 'alongside of us. and away but for the BIG STEAMER beds have been covered with sand more handsome Pensacola. Every

seasonably be expected to earn thfrren wire from acola..s great disaster. If outside efforts of Cap Broadbent and his FOUNDERED AT SEA to a depth of from one to three feet Where men were busily engaged Id -
support will not be assisted dering to is brave crew in pushing It clear: of the and if this is a fact the luscious clearing away the debris and getting .
requested to make '
Cases of real need Rill attended: comfortable will in all probability be ready for rebuilding, and while the '
bed smell of bivalves
crushed the The captain
est people of Pensacola wire me" that boat It would have Barcelona Oct. 1. work retarded in the
a. was forenoon
Florida. The issue craft and our last chance would have the Oliga, which arrived here today scarce articles this season.
a proclamation
to that
to some extent on account of the' -
The committee believes that tlir stated yesterday af-
I I ernor reads I provided people deem It advis been gone. reports having seen off Oporto a big Frank Sejrari rain, in the afternoon it was pushed, s ; ,
majority of the pressing need for Immediate "Hour after hour we clang to the steamer which had foundered. She ternoon that his oyster beds were '
help in the City proper hbeen "'. "Hon. Chas. cross-pieces In the bottom of the surrounded by floating bodies. No covered to a depth of twelve' inches vigorously, and before night fell thaiclearing r ii
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I was
"N. B. BROWARD of the .
up city was well under -i
and
supplied. However there Is Pt"oe with sand, and thus destroyed
cola, Fla.: I "Governor. ). details are obtainable. way. Piles and Piles of timber,* _
Eighth Page.
s call for clothing and 'there are (Continued on he believes that the same conditions .
caay! families who have lost all their prevail in all this section. wreckage, etc., were cleared away '
furniture and household goods "* IpRE I i streets opened up and repair work t J t
I generallydone.. Every class of labor y r
fvery description and must be supplied 4: tYA was employed and'there !Is no ': I
with these things. In sue'fcses : CROPS DAMAGED !j! scarcity of work but rath ) .
; r a scarcity ; ;
a thorough investigation wi" v of but with this han '
> I men even
Bade!! before these things will be si" 1 dicap it will not be king before amore !as-I ;t
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p1d.\ The Relief Committee will Newport, : '., f' : w AT LAUREL HILl'l pleasing scene will greet the ;, '
arations for lat ,
tladly hoar of any such goods ana Cuba : : w 4 "y y, I eye along toe water front and in the oJ., ;
"we .
them properly distributed. business district t y "
Relief for Trout Bayou. ment has : 1: Mayor Erte Vcn Axelson. of Laurel Clearing Away Debris. ..
the river the city via Hilton and '
Hill reached The( city is doing its part of tt* -
Sunday a launch was. secured sary and oat> yesterday. He states that the cleaning up and has hundreds ot ''
stocked with provisions and cloth- and corrals .qA.v section along the Yellow River R. R. men at work removing trees from tile '/f; -
tnd sent out to relieve the thirty or suffered: considerably from the hurricane ., streets, clearing up debris and man-
core!' families at Front Bayou. These Na ,, of Wednesday and Thursday ing the thoroughfares passable. The :r
. pie were found tc be not as desti- took the mail place."I last, most of the damage sustained I telephone and electric *gist companies 1 !f.
toe as first Indicated as they to supply the xR? K, Y.TPa fY.w
reports being to timber and crops. The cot as well as Street Railway Company J( -
i .*> able to dry out and use some I I Woolsey and ;. ;4 ton crop is damaged fully fifty percent have every available lineman engaged 1". : .; .;
of the! food which had been wet to tions in MOM,.
I sugar cane is flat on the ground in straightening out tne tanxh-d '!<
lip from starving and the relief boat. ing taken did standing Umber was damaged about mass of wires and restoring the ser ti'., r
jrrived in time to prevent actual suffering the need for 10 per cent and many fences were:' vice, and they worked to such good! ,1 .
Clothing was also supplied.Up day clown! down. !Xo buildings were de- effect that th3 telephone service: ,
the Sound. a wagon load .trnyed t1' lost between Crest- : was restored yesterday afternoon t "
Lieutenant Bryan of the Penrose the a view and Florala.YELLOWJACK. and tie electric light service last : ". .

t1ndJy offered that boat to relieve suffers promised to night. The fish companies are clear # -

and was sent to the rescue oft : The a i Sng away the debris from the. points !f,
wharves stood and making '.
their
number Went- fschildren's{ where
families ,
of near :
> IN HAVANA ,
orthB place on the sound. At this derwear.St M'D ready to build new ones and OB a,
Palafox wharf the rebuilding workcommenced i-
place the following families were re- t: By Associated 'Pros.t and was well advanced ,
nevedJ.: wife and to shelter Oct. L The Marine '
j.' Wentworth. t Washington. at nightfalL This business will be t' ;
fauchildren; Mrs. Chas Hudson, and feed them so Hospital Service has been notified i resumed immediately. The L & N.

et! children; Mr. Crompton wife the Orphan's by cable fromHavana, of the appear, had hundreds of Its men getting its TS.. ',:
sad three- children; Geo. Fust wife receive any ance of two new cases of yellow fever wharves in shape and announce !r' -

ild: five children; Mr. Terrins, wife there, making, seven In the past week. that this morning the steamers a :
tad six children. At Clausen's place The 0. Saitmarsh and Belle' Isle will "r' .f .
the Bradley family and several others for the next Sheridan Beached. eomH9nce taking cargo. 'ine Terminal : "
'ere helped. in.aU thlrty-seren peo ployment Honolulu Oct 1.-The transport Company has an immense ,,; r

pie Were supplied so fat as they need- who wish P by Chas. CottesikRemains Sheridan has been beached on her force of men employed !In rebuilding; r

clothing and provisions. borers send wharf at foot of Palafox streetPhotograph way here to prevent her from claklnj its tracks and trestles to Barrancas t
at the : of E... E. Saunde& Go's The transports Is now in a worse position -
At '
ua the Warrington. of the that all who : ,than before. .(Continued. on pass three.) '
r' Sunday morning trip after waters had receded,, '-
oe, one of the-Committee's-workers at the same .',
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L Mans fondness for chewing tobacco is created and MNe "-
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A+ir M.. ;* popularized by the
g mont 'tobacco belt .Only, choice selections of this well p| t T" healthful development which Is so essential to their happiness when grown. When

r ,& ,'.I matured, thoroughly* cured leaf are used in making ; .". a laxative is needed the remedy which la given to them to cleanse and sweeten and t

asac: SCHNAPPS. That's why SCHNAPPS requires and Says That; ':Conditions In strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such physicians would A ,

I. sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy
takes a smaller amount of than other kind
sweetening
any Pensacola' f Have' Been itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians: and v t.
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-ft : ( ,-and that's why SCHNAPPS has a, wholesome, stimulating parents, well-informed, appxorc and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, :

and satisfying erteqt on chewers. Very Greatly Exag- because of its pleasant flavor! its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup

.. There arc many imitations of SCHNAPPS iming to, .:: gerated.Mayor ''t ,of Figs-and for the same reason it is the_only laxative which should be used by :. ;;

: be "just as good," but without the flavor or quality that i fathers and mothers.
Syrup of Figs is-th&only remedy :which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally
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i has made SCHNAPPS sales more than all similar tobaccos. Bliss believes that tie re '5 ., without griping, irritating or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually,
R ti:rtI x ports the 'damage to prop-
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results from the of
habit the old
erty and the conditions in general In without.produdng that constipated which use
Pensacola greatly cathartics modern imitations and:agJdnet which the children should be Q
I ,v have been exaggerated ,, time and so .
; t y : by the newspapers In the 'tl% carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, Gr= "r
country in publishing accounts of the
I i hurricane. Yesterday he gave the :' strong, healthy and happy do not give them medicines, when medicines are cot

,Associated Press the following stateI :c--- needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative give them only

I ment, '-whichwas sent out early last the simple pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs.

i night: excellence of the combination of the laxative ;:'S.
i The reports that have been published Its quality is due not only to the :
regarding the disaster at "Pen- principles cf plants with pleasant aromaticsyrups and juices but also to our 1'1; {
It is made in the'Reynolds
factories,famous for producing the best sacola have been greatly exaggerated. it original method of manufacture and as you value thehealth of the little one'S. do y
chewing tobaccos, by clean, sanitary under the rrhe wildest of 54'
processes same ; stories exaggeration dealers sometimes offer to :. 1
direction, since 1875,of men who have made the business a life study. '. hare been published over the z4..dc. not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous ,,
'.: J"; They are the largest and best equipped fiat plug factories in the United States and it is desirable thata l!' increase their profits. Please to remember the full name of the Company-*' .
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calm statement of facts be madeto .' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP c0.-is printed on the front of every package. In ,
world and situated \
} are in the -very center of the worlds greatest w..: .+2 the public that they may be correctly .
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beneficial -
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order to its
chewing tobacco district get
who
Informed and that those ;:.
have friends and interests in Pensa cyro. effects it is always necessary 4 .: :
If you've never chewed SCHNAPPS, now is the time to get ( -w >1---fr'1.: \* Jh \ ; JI
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w4) '-JiL acquainted with the cleanest, most healthful stimulating, satisfying ::- 3-rt cola fairs.may know the true state of af ..":: t:* 4-\j2t- --1::%.*...'*3 to buy the genuine Cm. ,'"r,15) ..

.t _,, and wholesome form in which tobacco: can be used., Do not accept The hurricane was very bad, the ,,.! J.$ :: ffif'\"..4.V'only.. For sale'by'all re- -5f.Jlf.Jh-.r(1 '10...,:!r'Y....., .d..,
imitations. worst In and _, $ VW* liable .. :; ti'r'd.
one hundred seventy- c f'. '., %:: \ \/f' 'H 4I1ggists. ro; -." ...\. ,
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five but the .
years stories regarding ,
R. J. REYNOLDS ) ) ..:, : .6.-:: -.{ ,. .1';",:..J'90. .../ !
; TOBACCO co., Wlwtefl-Salem. N. C. steam chips being driven ashore an J ) : '( ; .L .. ....
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lodged In the center of the city, and !. .. .J"l'.t./ ..
r'q the destruction of all houses for ten :; '';' ...:":. S. ..\-:;;:0'l''',, .'}iYV ;. ,
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from second-story windows, are not .t.! ', ,,'I\:: ,. "< ,.t ?. \ 1-... ". #" ,' .. ." .. 1 "-( "<:...)..'...t/.: ..:....... v.. ...,.,
r: Has Less Sweetening than true. The water rose eight and one- .....:..: -"'J.....,:- ."' t. t i I. .. .. .J. )'I.. ".. ."")..".'... ,:.... :..,.. r"I. :'
1 half feet above normal The Quarantine ,, -- H f lz.\; ; I 'j.- r> \
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station and life saving stationon .... : .-=:! ,,;_;'.. _. !: I .: : \ : o..... J ,, f
Imitations Santa Rosa Island, which were '7-$1. .. '- '. :;!' -... ; ';'t.. .
'. washed away by thesea oreaMngover 1' '" ,;,""' I&r.lr", ,.J:;.::., \ ';I'\ "("" ..
'' .1t
.; ; the Island, which Is composedof :.. :-t, .. _. "' '. ". :\ \ "

law sand dunes. The frame houses ... '; : ",oil.. ;;; \ 'tt.r.fo-.....Fr
'
.. w; ,
at FL and all of ;,' ; : ; :) .. '
.Pickens suffered .. .
-'Iy4; ,' .\.. ,.. _
SERVICE the frame houses at Ft.McRae which iS ./ .. ....::. ..hi.....,

RESUMED_ EXCEPT were only a. few feet above the' sea """ 1 ._ ...._ ...-- \.; r k'=,l ".
THE WE AT HEn level washed 1a{ \ .
were away. J "; .!.
i. ; ".. ,...:ro-i f. .J -.:, '. J;,\ ..
I. (Not a steam ship in the bay was t .'" 'I"; .0' I : ; ,.'} '\ '.
: 'bf
,
\
l" i1""v. '= S.
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lost but,each by steamingto ; \ r & \J4: L. \I
was saved .f' .
PENSACOLA: 1- .
}
TO .
MILTONMOBILE anchor. :All of the sailing vessels : 'C" c. ... ) .._1 .. : ... -.I
were beached and many of them are
Fon MONTH being floated at the present time. .
The small craft ,, such as fishing
SERVICE RESTORED LAST NIGHT AT 6, smacks and pleasure craft were near have been closed by the city authorities
ly all driven ashore and :many of and, immediately after the J. F. DAVIS JEWELER F
a O'CLOCK AND REGULAR storm fifty-six extra police were ,
SERVICE BETWEEN them wrecked but many: of them are r !
on the shore'unIaJ red. More than sworn in. but that force has now Now In ..:

MILTON AND JACKSON-, OF DCI. half scarcely of the damaged naptha.... : launches' are been, which reduced are to hardly ten extra considered policemen New Brent Building 23 8. Palafox St ..j

VILLE IS The great elevator of the '1* &' N. necessary. 0
MAINTAINED. I which was reported razed to the There has been no looting and no c.
need
earth is still standing and the water disorder but the people are demoralized have no terrors for you
Service Conditions That Have Pre- tank on the top of it it Is not even and normal conditions: have not WASH DAY if you send your washing to
over the lines of the Louisville y(
-
maintained
until
I the trains can come I blown off, and the damage to the been restored owing to the heavy
and Nashville was resumed last on into Pensacola. vailed Here During Past same is Tery slight with the excep- rains following the storm. The telephone The New Method Laundry, :
to all
night points, with the except I Passengers desiring to go to" points tion of thelong conveyor to the system and the electric cars PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. New Vethtd Uemti; Bldg. Rimmt
tion of Pensacola to Milton, and this east of Milton can go there by taking I 26 Years. chips, which was blown down. The are all out of commission, but will AGENTS WANTED. 01
has been indefinitely suspended owing !I a boat at Pensacola and going to that! great Tarragona street wharf and soon be restored after the rain ceas-

l' to' the damage to Escambia place or can go to Flomaton and, Commendencia street wharf of the I* es falling. Some of the electric circuits ,' -- U
bridge. around by way'pf the'A. & F., which! ,. .-7 & N. Railroad Cot whichwharves supplying light haVe' been re- ......................... ................NNNiN tt
The welcome news came to the, cm- is a rather roundaboutroute.. i The, following data, covering a period contain about thirteen miles of rail stored. As soon as the veathes i v
dais over the wire last night at 6 The officials are doing everything of 26 years, has been compiled road' track are only slightly: injure clears the pluck and energy ot Pen- i
p. m. that service was restored between from the weather bureau records at wharf sacola will re-assert itself and normal
possible to get trains running over ed.Muscogee; 'was" damagedin
Flomaton and Mobile, where the P. & A., as soon as possible. Yes- Pensacola Fla. It is issued to show the old portion. The other smaller conditions will be practically- insured PENSACOLA OPERA HOUSE: i
the tracks had been washed since last terday hundreds of sent' to the conditions that have prevailed, wharves in the city have suffered in a very short tfme.! ,
: men were the month in for The loss of lie to the present time e
week. Service was resumed over the the scene, and last night it was said during question more or less, but the damages which
t: route last night when No. 3 wentto by officials that four hunt the above period of years, but must wer reported: at $5.000,000 can prob- numbers twenty-three and the probabilities MONDAY OCTOBER 8th. i ;:
company
Flomaton at 11:55. connecting not be construed as a forecast of the ably be repaired for about 11,000- are that this will be increased ,
dred were at work and more will be
there with the weather conditions for the coming several in the next few days. : 0
regular train over theM 000. About one-half of the steam
rushed there as soon as they can be of life includes r
& M. division to Mobile. It is not month: tugs In the harbor are saved and very This loss parties .
secured. The washouts on other divisions who were on pleasure trips, camping: !
.
thought that there will be further Temperature.Mean few badly wrecked. Some are on the
Interruption of traffic and any it is probable -vents, the requiring company hundreds from centering of men pre-its or normal temperature, 70 beach so that It will be considerable from on the quarantine sea. shore station, the, people people lost lost "The Play That is Stirring the Nation"t i
that the Mobile accommodation trouble to float them but do not
forces on the Escambia bridge. The degrees. from ships, the loss of a family on ti
train,will soon be resumed. seem to ba otherwise seriously Injured T
latter ''will require considerable time The warmest month was that of the bridge of Escambia Bay thirteen
The usual schedule is .being maintained to rebuild, as it is in bad shape. 1S84, with a average of 75 degrees. The f miles from here and two section men GEORGE H. BRENNAN
large number ot small
s between Pensacola and Floma Nothing definite can be stated as to The coldest month was that of 1885, very in the same place and the soldiers i'
that stood' the waterfront
ton, trains arriving and departing on when the bridge will be In condi with an average of 65 degrees. houses totally along rendering and their families lost at Ft. McRae i
time and the fact that Mobile are destroyed
can tion. The highest temperature was 95 de- and the navy yard several miles PRESENTS :
4 a great many families homeless,
now be reached gives.a.good service
.grees on October 8th, 1884. southwest of --:, .
between this city and all points north. but the report that nearly every here.CHAS. '
RAILROAD The 38 de H. BLISS, :
lowest temperature was f
:
.Tftere FOUNDHOUSE house in the city was either unroofed
will be no service between BURNED on October 31st, 1887. Mayor.: .
this city and Milton until the Escam- gress or blown down, is untrue. The .
bia bridge and the track on both By. Associated Press. Precipitation.Average very large majority of all the build GLASS ,
s
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 1.The round for the month 3.72 inches. Ings In the city escaped with scarcely GLAZING.E. i
sides of it Is repaired. This was authoritatively Ng.
Average number of days with -01 of WELLS. 10 E. INTENDENCIA.
damage except the blowing
T_ stated yesterday after- house of the Western and Atlantic R. any .
':'" an inch or more, 6. down of the beautiful shade trees -"The.
R., paint and repair shops, located .
noon but trains )ros. 2 and 3 are running
:l regularly between Milton and about two blocks north of Forsythe The greatest monthly'precIpitation and sheds and galleries. The report DELAY MAY HAVE : "0' f
10.90 inches in 1900.
was published this morning In the great
k River Junction This service was begun street in the railroad yards, was burned : r
The least is
monthly precipitationwas dailies that Pensacola now under .
tonight. The loss wil Ibe heavy. t
t yesterday morning and will be I Several engines were destroyed.r .04 inches in 1891. martial law Is absolutely untrue. The SAVED TWO LIVES i
r: I The greatest amount of precipitation saloons and places where liquor

recorded in any 24 consecutive ,
hours was 5.60 inches on 16 and 17 -- --- '- Lieutenant Edwards, who was stationed -
: Coffee BrainsA 1903. at Fort McRae previous to its
.it 0 vs. Clouds and Weather. abandonment after being wrecked by I I
the hurricane passed through the city
Average number of clear days. 17; Clansman
partly cloudy days, 8; cloudy days, Vinol builds you up Saturday en route to Flomaton where I
6. and keeps you up he expected to meet Mrs. Edwardsand 1t
London physician, commenting on the increase of"coffee Wind.! their child, one month old. Mrs. j
Edwards expected to reach Pensacola
The prevailing winds have been
):_ drunkards" in Great. Britain, says: from the'northeast. several days ago but was unavoidably .
____
I detained In Atlanta which .
u. "Coffee is 'a cerebral (brain) stimulant ranking with wind The is average 9.0. hourly velocity of the I saved both, her life and -the life probably of the i By THOMAS DIXON, Jr. 1:

The highest velocity of the wind I baby
A alcohol. He condemns the after-dinner black coffee, was 6S miles from the northeast on I I: From His Two Famous Novels "TheLeopard's :

; (vaunted by the coffee defenders, ,as "harmless"), saying October 8th,. 1894.LAUNCU' ROBBEDTHEBIGSTORM: : Spdts" and "The Clansman" S:

ft is responsible for of insomnia.
cases
many
HAD E.. P. .IcSwadnone.at the 'engineers i Direct From The Tulane Theatre New Orleans I

The poisoning drug in tea and coffee is very much -of the dredge Caucus, which

safely rode 'out oJ Cie hurricane, i The Sensation .of Two Seasons South and North
HARD TRIPThe her anchorage across the 'bay, was !

- -t/- Like Whisky Brandy book robbed containing during the 126.55 storm of besides a pocket-a. i The Question on Everybody's Lips is, "Have You !
number of valuable
launch Lola R, owned by Mc- Mr. McSwain was papers.on. ,the dredge Seen he.Ctansman'?" .
KenzIe Oerting & Co., bears the dis- and during a lull in the storm wentto i
tinction of being the first to encounter Our delicious Cod Liver sleep in.a.hammock. "Wail ';there ;
It overworks the Heart and ,brain ,and, whether im the storm and to escape without he was touched.' Yesterday; the Complete-New: York ProductIOn. Company of !

f: mediately realized or notJs followed by a depressing, injury.afternoon The and launch had: thrown was oat a Tuesday line to preparation without oiL cook arrested Robert and Henderson while he, ,colored claimed was he i Forty Principals, Army of Supernumeraries Carloads :

the bark King Oscar H, which was Better than oldfashionedcod did not steal of Scenery Electrical Effects
weakening reaction. the money or rob Mr. i and a Troop of Cavalry .
towed into the harbor When a
being
,. liver oil and emulsionsto McSwain.,said he knew the locationof Horses ;
her. She. had board
gale struck on,
;t Frequently it establishes a the firm, valuables, having found themon : !
'. H. Tressell, representing restore health for .d k.He was given. preliminary i

and the the moment engineer that, and they both were thoughtfor gone, Old people,delicate children, Commissioner hearing Marsh'and before United held to States the : WARNTTMr1 On account of the enormous :

as the boat was completely swampedand weak run-down next term of the United States court. : W/lIUNJLiNVjr, demand for seats and the fact
+. Drug Habit. floated only on her air cases persons, :
and gasoline tank. and after _sickness, colds, SEA that many theatre-goers y/ere' compelled to pay excessive I

4y The boat drifted with the wind coughs, bronchitis and all BISCUITS- i prices to speculators for choice locations for"The
and missed the wheel of the Isla de
ARE
Thousands coffee slaves have 'found relief from Luzon at the navy yard by only a throat and lung troubles. AFLOAT. Clansman" engagement last season the management :

p coffee ails by the easy change from coffee to' basin few inch dock, ,where finally sh landing/was made in fast the Try it on our guarantee. floating'Thousands about'of Pensacda sea biscuits harbor:are t has' decided, in order to protect. patrons too i

and weathered the hurricane which W. H. WHITE & CO. buried underneath the piles of wreck receive mail orders if accompanied by remittance j

J later followed age. that is, provided .the biscuit Not .more than ten seats will be sold to any pur- ;,

,v AND RAIN FASTIDIOUS WOMEN will float. chaser. t
HIGH WINDS The ,
entire
bakery'of
HURT TENNESSEE CROPS consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a & Co Miss G, Mo-
rasso .
on South Palafor
t POSTUM"There's necessity In the hygienic care of the carried away, and with it about was : Prices Sale at f\
Nashville Tenn Oct. L-Advices person and for local treatment of 5,000 pounds of -5Oo. to $1.50. opens
from many points in this state give feminine ills. As wash its cleansing sea biscuits. In addition -
,
to this the ladles I i Coe's Book Store at
a.Ri details of damage from high winds germicidal, deodorizing and healing' fered toe loss of young an lae; furniture ant ; noon, f
and heavy .rains. The western section qualities are extraordinary. For sale 5th.
in the bakery Friday October
the cotton severely ; damage their ,stock ,
reports crop at Druggists. free. Address i
Sample
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and to their home.
a Reason. The R.: In fact their I.
i da.InaZed. Paxton Co. Boston Mass. .
't :- loss Is very heavy. .........i.........................................tfJ

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Great Deall n THE EATHER FROMSTOnMContln



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(Continued'from page one'.). j
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BUllETINED while merchant and business, men
< were putting their placa in condition T
and. business will assume norm3.1.con-
ditions in a few days. The push and
energy with which the work" nas'

Foro Special Bulletins Were Is- started 'means that those places Destroyed is

and condemned will be rebuilt asy' I *
sued Yesterday From and that too, with more hand ,

Our stock was not some Ings. modern and commodious'bulld- 5
5'f
Office of Observer. f
damaged by the great More Deaths Reported,

storm. -- Six more deaths, not heretofore
reported, were announced yesterday -
Our stock is completefor !In order to satisfy the anxious pub making a total of 23:) victims of the i ti

fall and winter, and lie, Weather Observer Reed yesterday hurricane When the; fishing schoon To brand "
issued special bulletins on the er Colt was wrecked Frank Biitchey. a beer "Pure but actual -

anyone who lost their weather conditions 'gIving' information one of the seamen, was lost. The 1'-,
clothing in the storm of 'a disturbance over the Western others of :the crew had a terrible ex- -
,
Carribean sea. Bulletin was as perience as has been related, and purity ,' : r'
we will give a discountof follows: only succeeded in saving themselves means to double the cost of the ,

10 per cent for next., Carribean Sea, Storm. after hours of struggling. 1i
Two small children who last ,#
thirty days. Received 8:20 a. m. Oct. 1st dated seen in a house near, :Mary were Esther, ",brewing. That is ,
Washington: D. C., September 30th t ,, how -.. .we' .attain-' it., 'L
and whose names are unknown, are :'
,
We are going to give 1906: "Advisory. warning Issued -
t.
reported missing and cannot be : ,
the biggest values ever Carribean 1:15 p. m. Disturbance; over! ,found, although' search has been : { / .. ':, ,t'\ -
: sea apparently moving "
offered in Pensacola in toward Yucatan channel. made. : '
: Dangerousfor *
'l/
Two bodies, those of section. handsof Schlitz beeris
brewed ,
'West Cuban forE absolute f '
shipping coasts uten'
Clothing and Furnish- the L.; & N., have 'been found : ,.
>3xt near Escambia bridge where they
The Regular Forecast. were xlrowned.. Th e section boss '>

ings.Come see our stock. Regular 8 a. m. forecast from. there reported, that the last seen of and cooled in filtered air. ,
Washington, D. C., Oct. 1st., received four of 'his men they were cut off .
10:30 a. m.-For ,western Florida: from land near Escambia' Dridge and "

Rain' toalght} and probably Tuesday. standing in water to their waists. Then it is P.
for 0.
Fresh to brisk northwest to north "Ji is probable that the other"two aged months to avoid causing

CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JTHIESENVBUILBINGt". winds on the coastConditions liavs also been lost .
.
I Unsettled. Leslie Shepard a colored man ; C' "

Received 11:34 a. m, "dated Washington who was employed in tne Robinson biliousness then filtered whitewood
D.. C., Oct. 1st 1906-''Condi- I Point city mills and whose the home victims.,was He in through j t" ; : ;j jt

tions!: very unsettled over Gulf and this was among "
,
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-
was in a house there and did not : ,
SOMETHING NEW southeastern coasts. Sailing vessels leave ,with the. others. His body pulp. Then bottle is sterilized.t t -" 1
low-powered steamers advised to :
and
tci-i2S!. !! !d Bsatitj Pins, 25 and 30cper pair remain in port.. .-- was recovered bodies ,'yesterday.The of. .the .two section every ,: ,t .1

V,'. A. Gahlenbeck; 213 S. Pa'afox' Si No Weather' Summary..' hands found on the beach were so 'o W \ .

Co message from, regular observ- badly swollen land decomposed thatit \ That ;is *wbySeblkz f.' ; ?" '
1
COTTRELL, ing stations have been received up was impossible',to*.?iandle' them, 1 sk0.1'. Ih_e Brewery.Bottling.ommon { :. .
to 11:40 a. m. and it is therefore not and they: were buried on tae beaoh. ,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.. possibla to give the public a sum >Reports t of'the finding of other bodies ; beer is sometimes subsf4ufrd:/ r Schlitz.'o .. '
Pensacola.!" Fla. mary of weather conditions over the in various sections' of 'the' city : avoid being imposed M that'the t is ';"i ;: : =
the' night upon, see cork or crown ts branded ..
:country this morning. Later reports were heard during day and ... ..
TURTON 6.BELL.f8GTOGKAPHUS will be issued when' received. especially in the' western section, pf :

SINCE 1870.Ccdtk Wm. F. REEDJR,, the petty, but' the rumors, could not' 116ni i { :
: ,
ue \
.
: fuppLe Finish! nj tar: Ami:UTJ. ... Observer. be confirmed. .:. s'TR
,
Storm Warnings. .'. .' .. "
t-,
''\' '" .'
R. K. WHITE Received 12 noon ((rom Washington. V tiv 1 j' '
JLd! raker jeweler and Graduate I ., D. C.-Northeast storm warn- for its -4.
KatuUclunng LEAVES .
l i r'.ci'n.: aO S. !Ha,..In Street. Pensacola. Fla I, ing. 11 a. m, for _Carrabelle Cedar I[ SAGE I : ; r
I I Keys, Dunnellon, Tampa, Punta )
Gorda, Punta Rassa M-aml, Jupiter.
i .
Told 1 Jacksonville Savannah Charleston Pttf'ro.' .... .I "h.
Tersely Special to The Journal. .
'
,
in southeastern Gulf ;
Disturbance '
apparently
Brent, sept. 29.That equinoctialstorm <. :)
Replies to want ads at this office + moving towards Flort"aeooe5 tropical hurricane y c .
came as a
to be called for: fcF," *.C.." "N.' P.." :!) GbutheacC: storm warnings!+ with September floods of rain. '

"S R. Co." "R. L. D.," "A. B. C./* are displayed at Key West. Wednesday night will long be remembered 1\,1[ ?

"\. BJJ," "Reference" -Farm" Barometer Reading. by thousands, who ,could J sV

Filer," "Woodsman," "W. U B." Barometer at 7 a. m 29.72 inches. not sleep for the terrifying gales that Phone 13 -'t. .:{::''-:' : ;
' Owners are earnestly requested to Barometer at'11 a. m. 29.72 Inches. only lulled a few seconds to double & 4} {
call for their replies. Barometer at 12 noon 2968 InChes. their furious howls.In j ,, ./ The Lewis Bear Co. .-i;0.'... '/" i i'. 1 1zr r '
I
au i Barometer at 5 p. m. 29.62 inches. .Ap Main' and Palafax Sts. Pensacola :a '
Don't let the servant problem worry its effects through the countryIt .y r + .
-
iBarometer at 7 p. m. 29.66 inches. .i
) ,
resembled the i
as long as have The Jour'nal's'want greatly unprecedented l .
you you 29.66 -, '
Barometer at 11:30 p. m. I 'ii'' :
columns open to you at such: inches. calamity of 1896, both in rainfall .9 .> ; ,
small cost. The better class of colored 4 and wind velocity. Crops 'trees' and ;
I 7 166 : .
,L Rainfall hours ending a: m| -iier :
ne"
fences wrecked.In
people read The Journal. inches are completely t.
I the city all records of the past '
Many tenders of assistance from Rainfall 7 a. m.- to 12 noon 267
century have been broken. The


/4., the Drug them outside being Co. of are one St..being from Louis the received and Meyer anrther among Bros.I inches.Mothers Nothing need have to hesitancy Fear. in destruction.the higher metropolis tide, and made wonderful unprecedented'growth of Thr t Made M ifwa( kee t I It

Fa'nloii
: from Ctlcago.Forsheim The! latter& Co.,offer shoe was men contained or I I continuing to give Chamberlain's The tall buildings concentrate thewind's ; : I

Cough Remedy to their little ones, as force about their base as the :
In a letter to C. Thiesen. _, _
___. _
: it contains absolutely nothing Inju- piers in a river seem to madden the 'u ,,- '
W H. Knowles reached Pensacola I rious. This remedy is- not only perfectly angry current. "
: from New York City Sunday having j. safe to give small children but Bill Hutchin's house danced off its i = ;
started south as soon as he learned foundation the contents in boxes for the service on the line. +......+..+. .........
|is a medicine of great worth and upsetting :
of the storm Mr. Knowles's bay front I Neighborhood groups are allowed to i. .j ; .
A fell
i merit. It has a world wide reputationfor general. lighted lamp off the DRINK f <
BOTTLED'
while badly damaged, is use one box; but not in excess of five
: residence piano and broke into flames. Bill Amusmnts
its cures of coughs colds and succeeded :; \ .. ..
.J
.J ,
families.
Y in better conditon than i .1
found to be
I croup and can always be relied upon. in smothering the fire with i r'1 r'1 '
at first thought the destruction ot For sale by all druggists. bedding and they survived through 1 We have an occasional wedding at 1
i the veranda being the chief injury i the night in a broken house and total Brent to keep up the family circles. .......................... ; t
13 it Torments of Tetter and Eczema Al- darkness. Last ,Sabbath Mr. Henry Brown an 8 8 t '

\thony Borras who had' a house layed. The fertilizer factory was'very bad- operator at the brick yard took Miss I 4 (g 'E
down on the beach east of Muscogee The' intense itching characteristicof ly torn up. At Saunders mills there Cleo Johnson to be his loving wife. "Nothing doing" is still the cry of Q t m ; ,

:' vtarf: which was entirely demolished eczema tetter and like skin diseases was not a smokestack>;tanding. The The ceremony took place at the the Opera House and neither "The I[ a .p.,, a Q r.
by the storm was yesterday exhibiting is instantly allayed by applying: new saw mill shed was leaning to the home of the bride's parents, at 5 Toast of the Town" or "Bankers and Ii'" ,
the looking glass of a dresser Chamberlain's Salve and many severe westward at near an angle of 45 'de o'clock in the evening. Brokers" will be seen here this ;;
cases have been permanently cured The charmed and charming couple week.It i! r
: which he had fished out from un- gress. 0
u'er' the debris of his house and which by its use. For sale by all druggists.I The old mill was the only plant made their appearance at church Sun- is, however expected that the o Q) O Before drinking see that you t
had not been injured in the least that seemed to be in operation day night,, as one-(won.) May they roof of the house which"was put out : ,
i The glass was about 18x36 inches .in TWO TRAINS throughout the Goulding industrial live long and be ever happy. cf business by the storm last weekwill o 0 get the GENUINE. A word :i iO ;
size WERE section. Clopton Brothers have enclosed be repaired by' Saturday on '
LOST
i Last Sabbath Mr. Alfred Clopton about two acres of elegant sand for hich date Murray and Mack are to the wise is sufficient. .-.<
u G. Aymard 'Who las been connected 0
the of their
recreation retired
: with the circuit clerks' office I Two, solid trains of freight bound accompanied his cousin, Miss Fannie horses and mules. ( j billed to appear here.SCANDANAVI. 5<. ,fl
'
for Ftensacda! from Wright as far as Mobile where she
for the in of points over tb q
past year the capacity I[ "+id CHURCH IS
deputy cler*, alas res'gned 'Wa position P.. & A.division were lost in the hurricane was met by her brother from Hatties- Sick Headache Cured. Hygeia Bottling Works fr
his resignation being' effaotive and not only was the freight burg, Miss., to escort her home. Sick headache is caused by derangement -I CARING FOR DESTITUTE. '

: yesterday. 'He is contemplating eni- lost but the cars carried away aswelt While waiting a few hours at Mobile of the "stomach and by In- T24 'E. Chase Street. Phone 587. t l ,
harking in business in this city. Mr. I and all that Is left are two en- they.met up with a Mobile cousin digestion. Chamberlain's Stomach,1 The Scandanavian church on South .1
Avncard was a courteous and competent I gines buried under tons of sand. who formerly resided in Texas; and; and Liver Tablets correct these dIs-' Palafox street has been converted intoa .
The two trains got somewherenear he reports quite an temporary place of refuge and ---- ----- --- ----- }f1rti
official and served the public inmost I entertaining re- orders and effect a cure: By taking I
i a pleasing mane Clerk Mc- the cambia trestle. and there unidn. I these tablets as soon as the first In-j many sailors from wrecked fore'gi! ;
JLHan! has not yet named a deputy stopped, as the water put; out the Uncle San. proposes to establish cation of the disease appears the I'vessels are. being cared for at that d
(],erk:, but will probably do so within I fires In the fire boxes. The, crews the Xo 2 rural mail'route if 84 inter- attack may be warded off.: For sale: place. We don't "follow '
2 a few days. left,andsougiitaafety'and' the water ested families agree to procure mail by all druggists. Many of the 'vessels, which were the leader." Not us. :'
which covered all 'of that section ,riding safely at anchor a week ago, .i
The many friends! of Engineer undermined the tracks, and the cars I are wrecks upon the beach, and the Il '!' We lead the followers.
; r; JaneUe: who was injured in Har'j j I toppled over and: all were crews had no places to sleep at -
carriedf If want to be ,
neck i. yoU
the Southern Alabama
oJ on away. About sixty car : home The pastor and members of "
: Tision last! week by the train run- freight are estimated to have been .X h ytE" the congregation have converted the .I' thoroughly up.todate'then :
:fins!: into washout, will be pleased "a r ..
a lost '? ; <>.E l : church into a place. for them, cots ..
'" learn that he will recover from .; X %'' ,1; being placed there in large numbers, we're the propie

lie injuries which at ,first were SALTMARSH ARRIVES: AND "t r1iP and a lunch counter being maintain ;you want to see.' k tr
i thought; to be quite serious The enfneer CID NOT: FEEL: STORM. :'f.w 1 % cF.e. ct 4 :..SkSypm ed. ,
was considerably bruised and ac 3t_ .iT hvtkyyl4saggSa.x Last year's suit is t I 1(
!Jfl pretty bad shape when he was takes The British: steamer: a'O.. Saltmars.h f 'f .
W ry The Oriole's Return. gettln a bit shabby {" J
C' i'.5i9vh I !
between 'Pensa 4 if
from t&a wreck but the latest re- now plying ; .
cola ,Liverpool arrived in port The members of the Oriole base- Twut now, and ,
l>orts from him are that he is get and you f 4
I by of l Iball team, who ''went to DeFuniak '
ring along nicely. yesterday. She came way a.. I
series of t want one of the new :
Tampa where she loadad a part car- sF= early last week to play a t

Insist oa having Blue Ribbon go of phosphate rock. }i three garner, have returned Having models the way we !, _
Lennon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure The vessel did not feel the storm i been delayed several days and playIng '
i. 6o twice as far and the "Blue Rib- and the master was surprised when tiLi f a series of four games instead tailor 'em.There's 1 r,

bon Flavor" is 'perfection. Ask for''he arrived in port to find such a condition | of three The locals succeeded In strength in i
in two of the games.
tae tieing the score
2oc '
size.
; existing. T and winning one of the remaining Short Talks on Tailoring l our styles and our : ";.:


i A CERTAIN SAFETREATMENT two I way Right up here fall down.is where some tailors quality Every goes Suit the we tailor limit '; : j,r. "

Te .S" SUN AND SNOW. If a roll is formed in front of the is a credit to the '. 'if..

Ss 3a Sometimes Help the Hair to Go. arm extending towards the chin. ..,. jU's j-
.
z a
probably due to incorrect mting.craft. :
the hairis
climate
i o e In any become changeable brittle and to break The vest should be "straightened" Large variety of ;;
apt to but tailors who don't know how, re-
% Even if mercury and potash could cure Contagious Blood Poison the off stubby here and there. This move the roll by taking in a "dart." Woolens for a large ,
Edition minerals leave the system would make the makes a hair-dressing almost a necessity I
in which these strong -
In usinga Sometimes this fullness is caused variety of tastes. .-
ladies.
care But they cannot cure the vile disorder; they especially to ,
worse than the disease., by the tailor
not get the best. stretching the arm hole.
vioonce hair dressing why
with renewed "
tan for awhile to breakout
I only coyer up the symptoms Pr. one that combines with it the efficiency If you want it right come to us. if.
when the treatment is left off. When the virus of, Contagious Blood Yn ,1 killingthe dandruff germ the "Short Talks Advice SUITS I ':
in on Tailoring.
.
Poison enters the blood the entire circulation becomes poisoned and the S k4 that eats the hair off at the for the manorsendfat who buys U
"athsone l symptoms begin to appear. The mouth'and> throat-ulcerate, hail ..: t roots germ; causing what is called falling copy. tailoring. Call.. Teilor.to Taste, ,1, ;

tad>
I. Xs; appear on the body, and in severe cases.sores and.ulcers break out;and bro's Herpicide is that kind of a hair h $:O to 559DRICKEIT !> f '
even the bones become diseased. S. S. S. is the only certain safe cure fqr I ressfng. You have no idea how delightful :

Contagious Blood Poison; thousands have: been cured by it after failing with your scalp will fell and how 1 -";

tae mneral: treatment Hot Springs etc. It is the only remedy that is able s stylish your hair will appear after an
It
13 Set at the disease and force out the poison so that no signs are ''I application or two of Herpicide.
root of the wonderful innovation as PERSON 5 ;
certainly a ih
.f seen again. S. S. S. is purely vegetable, being made of roots, herbs is antiseptic and hair-dressing. GARDNER. .
scalp :
a*barks wd never leaves air bad effects but instead, tones up the stom- New Method Laundry Building. a For sale by W. A. D'Atemberte. 1_ TAILORS \jForHeaWhoCare. _

*hand digestion and builds up every part of the system while removing This handsome Building had only been completed, but drug=1st and apothecary. 121 South ,
t5epoisoa! from the blooc1. Book with instmctiou.for self treatment and the Palafox street or'send. lOc in stamps FRANK B. GARDNER .Manager.; Brent Building, .oo i

kedical'; advice free. __ .?NE$W1fLPEIil.R@_ it wasenlire1y unroofed, the ,storm and "njerior for sample to The,Ileroiclde Co. Detroit '

t 'heavily damaged Mich. ,;
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PAGE FOUR THE PEN SAC 0 JOURNAL T U t! soD A,y._ MORNING I 0

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already-been allowed to slip through EARTHQUAKE ZONE Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
: ""WtoS ,(
the hands of the community, and we Alcohol now made,there ia not a drop of As
imtfnat alcoholic
t Itmfumla think tt no more than Just that those SOME SHORT e It Is a lion&ICOholiConicnot and alterative k.

who have been entrusted with the In your own doctor about your taking WinS

terests of that Community should STATE' STORIES i iSu. .South America Has Had Many cine for thin, impure blood. Follow hit if

:DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. opportunity now avail themselves to restore. of the the city present all a >g Disasters In the Past. riot nee d e d.vice gjsarjsgagjsaaaa every time. He *"<**. Trust I.C.him.e4Y

Lcnr.u.,.
K PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY such property as has hitherto been In discussing Governor Broward'3fradnage :

left at the disposal of anybody who < proposition, the DeF nta.k VALPARAISO OITET DEVASTATE .

...BY... had the energy to,settle upon it Breeze"It strikes has the us following that the to people say of '. .....................-...............'." .t.. H

: THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK Honor To Whom HonorIs this section of the state have a very afT IaapOy 11.... "Yaney of Para t
personal interest in the drainage of .
dl.e" 'l'wlee' Before waken .y De-
L. President and Genera Manager Due. the Everglades in,mat, if ,we acceptas "fwaoe Saek-
MAYES true the estimate of:Mr. Ingrahamof 'nteUT8 B rtt. lte TORNADOINSURANC

The Journal takes pleasure In reproducing the East Coast Railway four years ell .. hits EmxlT,HUtorr II.-rieaa f :

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. from Saturday's issue of ago hat they would be worth at Blaelackea Klll 4 There Im 1891 ,
rJ least $50 when drained.
the Jacksonville Times-Union per acre Almmrt s.lak Wan
following CIa
.a
v I
o own ,.
The large land companies now Z
SUBUCRIPTION RATES timely and well-deserved appreciation 3,3000,000 acres cl land assessed ,at which bas Buffered o 1 !
+ One Tear .. .. ..........15 00 One Month :. .. .. .. .. 45 of one of the most valued about $1 per acre. Drained these The region
Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 60 One Week.:.. .. .. .. .. 10 and efficient members of its staff: lands would be'worth $165,000,000, heavily by the recent earthquake in Z k
Three :.Months.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition, per year.$1 CO The graphic story of the storm and if then assessed at -one-third South America Is the center of a vast

damage in Pensacola in this issue their value< or say $50,000000 it area which for centuries has been ;
would addition to the taxable 1' t
k mean an
was written under trying circum- periodically by 'earthquake
Detailed visited
The Only Pensacola JVewvpapar F:+sat Which a I property of the state of about J I
stances by the Times-Union's special
of these shocksIn
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.BMteeM correspondent Percy Si Hayes. Wire $45,000,000 or as much as fifteen ehocks. ,The frequency i MMMB MMMMMSSSSiiiSS
9 and train service were completelycut I counties lib Walton. The very the Andes Is expressively told by

f off and the problem was how to I natural result would be the reduction the name'given this region ,by the In-

Roewt 38 Papers on Sal* on Trains get: It to the Times-Union but Mr. I Add of the tax rate over the entire valuation state. I dians, says the New York Sun. They ,
I I to this the Increased
noaelE4Iltoria. I Hayes was equal to the emergencyHe tloo-"the land that swingsI Were
Officet600 caD It Cus insured
of the in them,
state's
.and stall News Stands. reached Flomaton by means i property you against ;
some i
I hammockOne 1
amout 2,000,00 acres or 11,000,000 in i i like a t
wired
and from there
now unknown
\ In the story-the first details of II value for schools roads and other I II I of the most. terrible of South 1
r. -Corner lntendnola DeLuna improvements. If this view of it Is I" earthquakes was the one
Offices-Journal Building and Sts.'PENSACOLA damage done to reach the outside I I American jt ( Tornadoes? & g '
,
the Times- g g g !
wrong we respectfully ask. which entirely destroyed the city of < < <
I ,
world. Tbe story of the beginning :
1 1Ii t
of the storm came by a more circuit: ,Union to show us where. (Yes, we !, Caracas, Venezuela, In 1812. Jt lasted II ,,
s.' FLORIDA TUESDAY- DAY MORNING, OCTOBER2, 1908.t ous route, but it got here. Percy 8.Hay'es believe we are In favor of drainage. less than one minute. In Ecuador In i I

j is city editor of The Pensacola Ii The esteemed-Gainesville Sun is 1 I|I 1859, the city of Quite wa almost : ..

': \ Jourzal, and much of the success of of the opinion that "Judge Syd L. 1,J wholly destroyed. |

t.: t Pensa/ttfa has no use for, the con j I Looking the'Future, that paper is due to his indomitable Carter's conception of the duties of I", For three days In August, 1868.f ] RATES i i
I
.. {ifirmed pessimist Just now. energy In chasing. and nailing. news a presiding officer demonstrates that ',
and
!? the whole south,Pacific region
In'the Face.The items. !f 1
.
he is the man for speaker of the
t' t Cuba must feel half shot when it I I those I House of Representatives in 1907." I Hawaii Japan Alaska and Peru 1 a
looks at Uncle Sam'e bluejackets. Journal is not among H$ $- I'i-'H' ;W I One thing is certain and that ,is that \: were shaken by an earthquake which,
who look forward to the future of $0' gc with "Syd" Carter at the helm curt..:;f among the atolls or'coral reef islands i One Year 25 cents. i ;

=" ( The Atlanta Journal now spells Pensacola with fear and ,trembling.We ; PENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY.I s3 I concise and calm, the next house of I I,I lifted steamships clear over the coral ,
;: !morals "marals." Didn't know: the realize the gravity of the situa -----, Representatives would not be at all reefs and left them inside the dough- i :

: town ,had any. tIon-we realize: the extent of the By Sam B. Russ.- # ,! likely to waste either time or elo nut-like barriers. The same shock '

.; 1- recently damage done by last week's storm; # quence. caused a tidal wave along the west 'i Three Years 50 cents. I
'Phlladelphlaas;
". Man in .. f
{ f choked to death by his collar. Slow but we also realize the extent of the Hon. H. A. IB. McKenzie. editor coast of South America fifty feet high J

1 for stow towns.Mayor I:resources of our, people and ,the reserve People who kill time find too late of the :Palatka Times-Herald has in places.', At Aries a seaport of Peru |
t t death ; power of the community. that they have a bitter past to bury. been "doing" New York and a. con- which had been often,, before nearly ?J

McClellan says that he will I This is by no means the first time temporanT hopes that. ha was: not' destroyed by earthquakes, every house t Five Years 75 cents. I
Religion is said to have been made "done"durn h'$ .y In that great I, ,
bolt That's nothing--even, thunder: wasleveled 112,000,000 worth of propf(
? that the hand of Fate has been ,
: for man, but som4 men's religion was city. No danger-"H. A. B.Jas ai- \t i
: i bolts. Also campaign thunder. laid heavily upon the people of Pen obviously made only for Sunday. together too much of -the' alphabet erty was destroyed and 600-llrts, were _________
1a
the I sacola. -, in his name to fall an easy prey to I 1 lost ? {
Cassatt has whoop
President -
f Between crude and rude the New York 'bunco steerer. I' The tidal ware which swept Inland
people
tjng and can now proceed to This is by no means the first time i I
cough
: \ people there is only,the difference of I from the'sea at Arica carried with it 1a I I
that disaster has befallen that peoplenor The dilates
railroad Rockledge News
f \whoop tip the Pennsylvania one little' letter. ennm-I*I the United States steamer Wateree KNOWLES BROS.
will It be the first time that erates and describes to'the following I t*
ln style. effect and other vessels and left them stranded ,
the bill of fare
the community" has Us troubles upon tempting '
.. put The difference between an acquaintance
high anddry three miles inland. To
mtnd is offered the epicure over in the Indian :
'Banker Stensland'a now 1 !
underfoot and,, bravely pressed onward and a friend is somethingthat j I I
River j this day the hull of the old Wateree Is
counter nowadays: n'
but he will ,
J said to out be the unbalanced'balance of; his sentence to renewed prosperity and reawakened wordscan never span. dian river mullet are/now,full groin, J1 j!f used by Peruvian peons as a summer j General' i ;(

)Sail serve hope.Fortunately Money may talk but it is not in it Juicy and fat, and sweet as a well:., resort and boarding house. The shocks i -
fr
i right. for the,city, those who with the married woman who wants seasoned nut Fresh' from pure lasted for two days, occurring about 4

r, In Texas a woman has been put,up have lost the most by the storm more money than her husband gives water they afford, an article that offers every half hour. Among the curious 1a '
an alluring contrast to embalmedbeef
( t tor Congress- The'trouble will begin are those best fitted to withstand her.It and the ham what am. Mullet, results -of this earthquake was the j i Insurance Agents. !

!when she has to "put up" for the their losses. is alw,s easier for a.plain girl hoecake and pumpkin! Ye gods opening of a broad fissure In the

\campaign expenses. Our great corporations-our railroads to ,"get religion" than for her pretty what a menu! Even Olympian Jove earth, disclosing a large number of an-I i..o..J
sIster to do it ought to fatten on I*' dent mummies which had been
our land and Umber
In spite of all that has recently com in the sand facing the sea. The fortified
panlesonr saw mills and wholesale The I!Hume Gorda Herald
AdrianJordan's
When man gets "easy money" ho -
; happened here it is impossible to Island of Alocrav, which defends
houses-win all be found equal to the generally makes some other man excellent paper-eays in a diva in April. Arica was shaken on
Pensacola for
throw cold water on issne/that "a rumor.has "Leached the port of Arica, was submerged three
recent BOOKS1
/
feel rather
occasion.
uneasy.
May 7, a dispatch from Valparaiso saying
tines all the being drowned.
: I any length, of time. here to the effect,that the Seaboard garrison
Some of them Indeed have already, that much damage had been done. f j
If some of our prayers were answered Air Line 'hu'oought the Charlotte Valparaiso has been twice sacked
p Cool weather is now: coming on begun the ,work of renovation Harbor and '-t I I The British steamship Guatemala Books only, but all kinds of looks. Thi -u
orthern
and re we should be in a fix that railway thrice has it been racked by earthquakes six "First Sellers" Jn the United fctatej "
[x r apace a fact which, remdnds us that pair. This means the disbursementof wouldn't answer at all. which is being Wilt north from Boca thrice has it been scourged by lying at anchor In the harbor of Arica are:
this is'a. good'time for the people ofPensacola Grande for which a paymtct was fire and once has it been drowned by ,t was violently shaken and her anchor "Coniston." Churchill. 363 points |Ice
to keep -cool. large sums of money-It means No woman is scrupulous when the made in Tampa in the sum of $85,- cable was snapped. On 30 sub Ladr Baltimore 'Wister. 157 point. :,tI
Hay a "
t flood. No city of South America has "The Jungle, Sinclair 152 points.
work
for all who are able and willingto
man she loves is in question. 000 cash. The Herald Rives this as The
disturbance Awakening of Helena Richie, Cn
terranean threw tidal
.. a t ft
; Atlanta. is now accused of being a work. a ,rumor only but it will receive: credence received so nany visitations of evil as Land. ISO pointsT
< town that "absorbs northern no- To,those who are not able the Love is often simply; ,another name from :the tact that It Is generally this ""&ner of Paradise" Inaptly so wave along the Valparaiso shore line. "Spoilers." Beach 141 point 'er
"
people for loneliness. believed that? the Seaboard has named by a Spanish discoverer in the but little damage was done. This was "FenwJck'a Career Wart. 97 points !
: tlons. Atlanta., is generally suppos- of Pensacola will lend a helping "The Fighting Chance" will probab': i{Tbe ;
!
long been trying'{o possess itself of sixteenth century. followed in a few hours"by a fearful in the October list as dealers a.. B \\.1
i ed to be chiefly absorbed in itself. hand; for those ,who will not work, harbor which 'fi htin for '_
Two Hamster Heetl. the magnificent at Boca Don Juan de Saavedra, a captain under gale In the Chilean bark Anto- ? copies. I am preparedPublishers'

!' -' iAnd now, some gentle optimistsay there Is the open door and the wide The, largest bug known to the ola Grande." Almagron Spanish voyager and fogasta was hurled against a pier and mine J1.30. ,prices for above II-SO;

t that the storm damage In this world ,beyond; for there Is to-day no world entomologists is the gigantic PRESSING 1HE .soldier of fortune, sailed into the cres- smashed to pieces In five minutes.: The Have the first sellers of a year or tnt
NECK.
{ city has been greatly exaggerated. room In this city for drones and rag, Goliath beetle, which Is'found along cent bay where the city afterward Valparaiso harbor has been swept so paper ago binding 75e In.c:10Ua. and many at ISo la !

!<, He Jests at scares who never felt a rants. : the Kongo river in Africa. Goliath is Jim Important Factor IB ImprovingWom stood In the year 1532. He was struck often by destructive gales that a

| wind. The waste places of the city must i upward of she: inches in length from a ..'...A>>pelU'&llee. by the,beauty of the spot and imme- project to make it absolutely safe Is "J

be built up-the wreck must be swept the tip of his nose to the nether end Few women realize how much their diately christened this new bay on the now under way. A breakwater, at a HARRY T. HOWLAND

t\ The announcement that all Carnegie away, This means work, wages and of his hard shelled body and has a appearance depends on the way they little explored western coast by the cost of $12,000,000(()( is being constructed. ,

r libraries are expected to cele- willing hands. pair of gauzy wings folded up,;under dress their neck. Women with short name that it has borne through much The contract was let only about Manager De Luna Cook Store,

f:. r brate Founders day in New York And it is for this reason that The his arms, either of which is as largeas necks bundle themselves up until they tribulation since. Pedro de Valdivia a month ago.Valparaiso. De Luna St.

f will lead ,some citizens to exclaim Journal believes that the coming a lady's face veil. But Goliath Is a look as It they bad chronic sore throats visited the place in 1543 and formally became an object of
j "confound it!" pygmy when compared with the ele while a girl with a'neck like a giraffe affirmed% the choice of the name given great interest to Americans in October,
winter will
t see every able-bodied man phant beetle of Venezuela; an entomological rean a little turndown collar. the then struggling colony by its foster 1S01 when the incident occurred there

y:' Senator Beveridge is now described ..in Pensacola employed, and every giant which, weighs nearly a Let her who has the long neck wear ,father. Don Luis.de Avals, one of the :which almost plunged the United OPERA HOUSE

r as "Intoxicated over the Cuban chance of want and suffering swept pound and which has a wing spread all the high soft adornments she can early governors of New Spain made States and Chile into war. Some of ti:

h. crisis." A man with that name Is away into the limbo of things forgotten equal to that of a mallard duck. Both get together. TVith an, M nlng gown the settlement a municipality under the populace attacked sailors from the ONE'NIGHT ONLYTuesdayOctober2

t liable to Intoxicate himself on most by the hand of progress and pros- of these bugs are rare. she need not be'afraid to put a band royal charter in 1791 after it had been United States cruiser Baltimore, kill-

any old beverage. perity. of ribbon under her, necklace: and stir sorely tried by many years of misfor ins two of the American bluejackets.

t Let'' us all work together as we ItIaalalr la leelaacL will look all the better.In I tune. The diplomatic exchanges led to President :

Jerome will now go to work to have suffered and endured together. When you visit a family Ii Iceland the daytime medium necked women In 1578 Sir Francis Drake sailed into Harrison sending a message, On B. E. FORRESTER Presents

I elect Hughes the Republican candi- you must kiss each member accordingto should never wear a collar that cow the harbor of Valparaiso and bombarded Jan. 25 1892, to congress in which he The Celebrated Comedians

date for governor of New York. The his age or rank, beginning with the fines the neck, too much, in the even the town, afterward sacking it of set forth that;the communications of

Jti latter can now pray that he may be The City Water Front and highest and descending to the lowest, ing the least adornment possible, an& its treasure and putting many of its the Chilean government have not at Yorke & Adams

delivered from his fst,nde. the Thing to Do Now. not even excepting the servants. On if she be fortunate enough to have a Inhabitants to the sword. Sir John any time taken the form of a manly

i taking leave the order is reversed. pretty neck and throat she is much bet Hawkins, gentleman slave trader and sad satisfactory expression of regret In the Smart Musical Comedy ':
The 'Cuban reins of governmenthave For years tne city of Renracola( You first kiss the servants then the ter without any jewels. If she must pirate, ,visited the Spanish settlement much less of an'apology. A United

been wrested from President has gradually lost foot after foot of children and lastly the master and wear some, let them, be a string of later and again the town was given up States squadron was being fitted out Bankers and Brokers

Palma by EooseveJV" Wish the latter its water front property until but lit mistress. Both at meeting and partingan pearls or a necklace" of solitaire dia to pillage. on the Pacific coast when finally Chile b

would go and "wrest". some of tIe has remained that some individual affectionate kiss on the mouth with monds. The year 1730 witnessed the first made a complete apology, and the incident 45 COMPANY 45

our recent "rains" from us. did not lay claim toBy out distinction of rank age or sex lathe The thin necked scrawny women are great earthquake that shook a1m- closed. 20 CHORUS 20 t.

a process of fencing up build- only mode of salutation known; in the ones than can drape themselves raiso. Practically the whole town was Ships from all parts of the world !
The sheriff at Atlanta has been ing of wharves boat houses bathhouses Iceland. with the old,fashioned necklace with destroyed in this convulsion and only trade with Valparaiso, which is the 20 NEW SONG HITS 20 t'
making infflamatory speeches againstthe pendants., A, dress ,cut at the tr
; filling in, and squatting on open after many years of slow progress did terminus of Jmportant:1lnee: of steamers r
negroes instead of doing what he throat Is always much more dressy from. J The Famous Pony Ballet '::1
every available portion of the water Wood of the OOM. It recover. In 1822 a second earth- ,Europe bray of the Steal
is paid to'do.. He should his f of the different countries and even for:;old ladiea Is becommgUr of E
keep The Magellan. The also
front people quake came to shake down what had city is the center -
private Individuals have
in PRICES
25
hetirheecks 50c 75 $1X0
But thoroughly
mouth and keep the peace. t have their various traditions concerning pretty. must be been rebuilt In this catastrophe many of the South Ank.'f1canservlc coasting ,
'I: ms. / cases controlled portions of the covered isfth folds of net or .J
the wood of which the cross was lost their lives. A great fire swept the s. There is a great customhouse
The Atlanta Journal has discover bay shores for which they held no soft tuna. Nothing,is ever prettier tot,
made. In England the peasants say in 1843, destroying $1,000,000 wharf, alongside cf which large
I Pensacola better titles than fact of old ladles' the kerchiefs city Florida :
ed that Is under martial the mere that it of elderwood and that wear man and Alabama '
was worth of property. Hardly had the : steamers can moor but most of the
_, ;' law. (This ij a mistake. It is, how visible possession though tOOclaIm. strikes that tree. Dean which consist vof a'square or net folded '
'; lightning never fortunes of the community begun to freight la bandied from lighters.
; ever, no mistake to say that Atlanta ed to be the owners of the propertyin French in a note to his "Sacred Latin and.put under the gown.-Woman', mend when a second fire licked up five The harbor is defended by modern LAND ,COMPANY E I
W
I;. ought to be under that sort of law I question. Poetry" declares that>lt waS made of times as much wealth as bad the first. batteries. The 'first defense works

for an indefinite period. I But it 13 an ill wind that blows the wood of the aspen and'that since This was In 1858. were erected in 1800, after a Spanish Manufacturers of
Result of Wearlnff High Collar
r-s- nobody good, and if storm the day of the crucifixion the leaves of fleet caused destruction and Dealers In
the recent great by &
When the Spanish made the last .
If Is That
Poultner Blgelow to be believed high collars tend to produce LUMBER,. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLE8
II has done ndthing else it has at that tree have never ceased to shud- futile attempt to destroy the republicof heavy bombardment The forts mount SAP.
and we fear he is-our Panama nervous headaches among both: mec AND KILN DRIED
j ,: canal experience: will eventually least swept the water front clear of der. and women Is the most recent discovery Chile In 1SGG they sent a, fleet Into 142 guns, most of them from Germany : I
rf.: 'II these incumbrances of well the harbor Valparaiso and the town tad England. Valparaiso) 11 the favorite
and dispossessed a known, "Viennese niyfldan. -
Oae Esee tlo.
Q end in a scandal which will throw I >> spot American'eout
on the South SCARRITT MORENO
mercilessly bombarded. ,
these squatters Quite accidentally the doctor' was What
by a process of "Where there's a winner there's always -
;t that little De Lesseps fiasco completely for
the most summary: nature Imagin loser" attention was directed to the very high with the damage wrought with the foreign warships. Most of the for SAFES OF ALL DE CRIPT'ONS.'
into the shade., This was to hare',i il I a elgn consuls have their residence near Agent for Dlebold Safe and Lock C04
able. "Not always." and very tight t1'le'of collar torn by shells and the fire that followed $10- Canton, Ohio.I
f been expected however, the mam- a patient who complainingof 000,000 the loss counted' The the port. Office and Salesroom, E. Gov St
was was
always
In our opinion the authori- "Well! name ac instance to the con : up.
city
stay of the O- O. P. being craft and i ties should now lass time trary." I headaches and.li d1ness. Tbe'cot, last great disaster preceding the one. A close comparison has been drawn
no in profitIng
t corruption thereby disguised for cam by the situation.. ""Whenou.re playing cards with lar was laid aside, thus removing the which the Chilean city has Just suffered : between Valparaiso and San Frauds- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

t paign purposes. I girl for kisses." compression of the neck and the pa came in.1SS8, when a large dam Co., Both-have Golden Gates but from
: :Every loot of the property to your tient's 2midaches and giddiness disap back of the city burst and a portion the sea Valparaiso! is the more invit' As all kicks registered in the office
f Fbrnfcr Governor Jennings has which :we refer should at once be ing. Behind San Francisco tee
: the hills of
.' i An Impre.alon.' peared. Struck by this result the doe- of the business district was washed for failure of delivery
for criminal
swore out a warrant alleged taken over by the municipality: of tor paid particular attention to the kind rise brown and bleak, while behind cam#* I
lib.l against Alfred St. Clair i if'U' "Now I have an Impression in my away with great loss of life. The city j paper are charged up to the
Pensacola, and 'no squatter who cannot of collars worn by his "headache Valparaiso they rise In brilliant green.Entering subscribers *-
patients had
head said the teacher., "Can any of at the last census a population of lit. is desirous that
Abrams and A. K. Taylor, the well-,i show a char title to the land he ," and In instances the Valparaiso bay the dty not
yon tell me what an,impression Is? very many .1!.OOO. j quite certain that the paper bas
: known cartoonist This step has teen', has been occupying, properly recorded "Yesm I can" replied a little fellowat change to lowers and easier fitting col- For more than six months there were*: streets appear In rows like the lines been delivered before registering E-J 'I

p ,,' taken In consequence of an abusive should, under any circumstances, the foot of the class "An impres- lars brought immediate relief. In the warnings of the present quake, In' of seats in a theater. The city actually !
article on the ex-governor In Mr. case of'women highstif neck: is built twenty'hllls ls, and !
be allowed: to remain in occupationor sion is a dent in a soft spot" wearing January there were many shocks,' ] so steep kick.At comes ia fron i
Abrams paper the Tavares Herald, rebuild. bands It was ,found that dolhg away which created alarm !la Valparaiso and I is the land in places that.public elevators times complaints certain tw i!i
wh'ch was re-enforced by a cartoon with these had a.Inrilarly beneficial result have been installed. houses at whk-1 we are
Pvt.
I It goes without saying that any Xtedlr other coast dUes. There were thirty delivered, and ttIS a ''t
which is alleged to have been perpetuated I nnd all deeds to water front property Fisherman (beginner) Don't you The doctor dedarea'that nobody: slight shocks in the night of March 30 ----- paper has been boys u 2
with GLASS to tie
4 by Mr. Taylor. think peter, rTe improved a good deal a tendency to headache should in. the obvIously unjust w
hitherto granted by the city should Baocagna district Prolongedand want to Ja
.
I' wear high collars. AND GLAZING. the we
not
do get paper
be allowed to stand and think since I began? Peter (anxious to pay a severe @ ocb_wert.tel
The Journal acknowledges receiptof ; we it complimenty You, have sorr. But .. !. la Tab E.,B. WELLS 10 INTENDENCIA., : but please be certain. !f'f'It
the industrial edition of the Spar- I equally clear: that all such lands, not .. ,
sure it was aisy for you to improve -
tanburg. S. C.. Journal-a compre- I so conveyed, should at once be taken
sorr!-Punch.
hensive and well-arranged summary possession of by the, municipal au

% of the progress made by that section I thorities. Bras:

In the last few years. The edition The: salvation of !Efensacola lies in When we are children we brag about Plantation II

is & credit not only 'to' our South Us harbor, and-the future- for the our parents. When,we get to be young Sarsaparina.QniyilEoual

s. Carolina conte iprorary, but to the I reason its ,water front is among its men and young women we'brag about,

community whose material achieve most valuable possessions.Too ourselves. When we become older we : .

meats It eo fittingly,commemorates. I much ol that water front has brag about our children i
'. to 'any.,'$1.00, tNeD oar atlon' ono market.


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t.i.t.k tki "The- WOMAN'S WORLfc; WORKINGWOMENi 3,



.(i.... New I PEOPLE AND EVENTS J 1

.. Their Hard Struggle Made Easier-Interesting Statements *

MRS by a Young Lady in Boston li
Is BY AURELIE MAREAN : ROBERT HUNTER!,
N Crop BERNARD.. '" and One in Nashville Tenn.

2 j Telephone No.; 38 After 3 P. M. I A Hobto,WMUM. Who. Baa-aa-cd Imav a
'i Ifoble. Work. l'r

I As Caroline M. Phelps Stokes of New !

Cranberries _mmm&i; t .. l: .t.o; o!, 1.York Mrs. Robert Hunter was reared
in the lap of luxury. Her father An-

I son Phelps Stokes is many times a millionaire -

WHAT HAS BECOME .and her grandfather, Anson
2 Quarts for 25 cents THE; HORSE SHOW? The Journal's Daily Fashion -.Feature Phelps ,was numbered among the

This is the question people are greatest of New York's many greatfinanciers.

pausing> long enough to ask, while UlIf
i
they stop for breath in relating a Her home on Fifth avenue was one
: RosenauSGerelds "storm story." of the most magnificent in that city of r -i

Where, indeed, lathe "Horse Show,- splendid mansions.. Liveried servants

anyway Not a word !ias any one r, were always at her call;her every wish
THE FANCY ,GROCERS., saidabout- Its wherea'jouts. It will was gratified. Nothing that money

I 'take search warrant to locate it. It 1.P could buy was denied her when die desired
116 SOUTH PALAFOXST. was to have been held last Friday it She is said to have a fortuneof

after the "eventful Thursday," but $10,000),000 in her own right
Instead of crowding to the park it
Phone 391 Blossoming into womanhood Miss
seemed as if every one, men, women r ,
Stokes followed the example of her two r
and little children was on Palafoz
street wading through the rain and 1 r brothers, the Rev.Anson Fhelp' Stokes,
.. mud to the wharf, to'catch sight of ; Jr. and J. G. Phelps Stokes, and began

the terrible havoc wrought on the bay U \ work .In the slums of New York's east .
front Not a soul breathed "horse side. lS' r'an r e raPrr gi penrA-chers ,. f,
.. Marine r Grocery CO. show" and even the promoters of the She. turned her back upon the usual

4 event, look as though they had forgotten pleasures of the rich and the Invitations .

.. 634, 605 S. Palafox St. all about it 'All*women-work f*some In.their I could not sleep and coaIdTha dTy'rdTtrf ,
Phone 725. But hare they! Hardly, and when homes, some in church, and some in around. I consulted. two physicians without
V. J. VIDAL Manager.We the wreckage has been cleared away, d the whirl of society. And in stores. relief, and H a last resort, I tried Lydia E. v
the ground gets dry, and the warm mills and shops tens of thousands are Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, and to art

0. carry a full line of imported andDometlc cheerful sun beams out once more, we 4 on the never-ceasing treadmill. ,earning surprise ten every pounds ache and and am in pain perfect left heaUih.ma 1ga.iDed ;i ,
Grocerie and Provisions. We are surely going to hear somethingmore r their daily bread. t

.. want Fresb your stock patronage.of Eastern Mackerel Just about it, and\ the show will probably All are subject to the same physical Hiss Pearl Ackers,of 837 North lIXD- t
received. 3 for 25 cents. Witch Hazel for be better than was at first anticipated laws; ,all suffer alike from the same mer Street, Nashville Tenn., writes ij 1. +
sale-41 per gallon.Beautify for the managers will have 1.'p 1. physical disturbance,and the-nature of
Dear Min Plnkhamt
more'time to enter horses from other their duties, in many cases quickly : 1 i
"I suffered with perio&Vnvenbackache fs
places. drifts them Into the horrors of all painful
: bearing-down pains pains l
acras!
The programme had been issued, kinds of female complaints tumors, the abdomen; was very nervous and irritable :'
the Complexion and had there not been so much to ulceration, falling and displace- *jd my trouble grew worse rrwy month .1 x
divert the mind, the postponement of meats or perhaps Irregularity or JMy phyiicten failed to I help mt and I
Ift TtM 0 YS. the event would have proven a great ? suppression causing backache, nervousness decided to try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable
disappointmentHow irritability and lassitude. Compound I soon found it wardofng me ; <
1 good. All pains and aches #
my disappeared,
4i NadinolaCREAM true- it is, that "man proposes ti They especiallyfeqaire an invigorating and I no longer tear my monthly periods." _
and God disposes" for we plot and sustaining medicine which will
the unqQLfwutifiu plan but how seldom do otc plans a strengthen the female organism and Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com: r -
i i is for'the*inture reach fruition.5' enable them to bear easily the fatigues pound ltthepnfa>1lng cure for all theae ;

endorsed" by thou-. 1 of the day to sleep well at night and troubles. It strengthens proper ,
ands, and .-, Miss Blanche Reager returned i f to rise refreshed and cheerfuL muscles, and displacement all it* '
.... ::, tadto : .a. horrors will no more crush' '
remove home; Sunday morning, after having How distressing to see a woman
Y'\.V} -=- freckles, pimples, spent a very delightful two months struggling to earn a livelihood or per Backache, dizziness, fainting, bear.-,
liver-spots, tan, sal- visit with relatives and friends at ti form her household duties when .her ingrown pains. disordered stomach, t
.0 lowness etc, the wont case ia 20 days, her old home in Louisville. back and head are aching, she is.so moodiness dislike of friends and sodet f r
and restore the beauty of youth. Price .+ R.a rt tired she can hardly. drag about or --ail symptoms of the one cause will x ;
0 50;.and $ .oo by.leading druggists or mail. Mrs.,I. K. Quarels, who has been stand up, and every movement causes be quickly dispelled, and H will make j l#
1 fount kr NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Ms.to< visiting ME. Quarels's parents, in pain the origin of which is due to you strong and well 'i .

.. Mississippi has returned home. r some pnism.derangement of the
.. / to a woman, and receive help
I Mr. and .Mrs. R. H. Vlck are rejoicing x. BOBD'l' EU tTJe. !'.Orser,of 14 Warrenton Street Pal advice free of cos Address Mrs.
.over the arrival at theirhornVSundayrof Boston, tells women how to avoid such Pmkham, Lynn, Mass. The present
.. *-pretty little daughter. of her social set, and, with.remarkable suffering; she writes: Mrs.: Pmkham is the daughter-in-law:

>N devotion to the cause, set about atterattng !- Dear Mrs Rnkham"I -- of Lydia E.Pinkham and for twenty-

-. the sufferings% of those who were suffered misery for several yean with five years she has, under her direction 3 F
The many:. friends! of Miss Lillie far less fortunate than'benelf. female irregularities.! 11 back ached: I had and since her decease, been advising ,
f Taylorare; pleased to learn that Miss It was while engaged In this work .bearing-down pains and frequent headaches; sick women free of charge. .

The Storm/and Rain Taylor in end the recent her guests terrible escaped storm. The injury I Evening or carriage wrapof broad. This cutwork Is not at all difficult to that she met Robert .Hunter, a young Ljdia E Pi ham'. Vegetable Compcwnd Succeeds Where Others FaL! :

cloth, trimmed with stitched bias I I do the cloth, which must be firm man who had been brought from the
Old Mill Inn
in
seemingly rather
Th1atet will be the cause of many i exposed place, stood the brunt a of the bands and cutwork of the same cloth. 1 and. closely woven, being first stamp west to( take charge of a large university : '
I The wrap' was plaited on .each side ed or penciled In.a conventional pattern settlement work In the east :I
cold which be cured storm exceedingly: well, the damage SCHOOL BOOKS.
'
t can by being the loss of the little pavilionat of the front and back'and was made and cut' out with asmall, pair of side. He had nothing more to offer her ;

UI.o'D. ,tthe two following guaranteed the rear. The house having been with open pointed cape sleeves which I I scissors and machine-stitched over. than a clean heart, a clear head and a and School Supplies, Bags, Strap. Scholar, Companion, Sponges, Slates Pencils, i i.
were hung over loose foundation I velvet, silk or some contrasting material Tablet Erasers, Rulers Drawing Pencils Book Knap-Sacks for Boy.; Ink Pens.
25 cents originally built for a mill, its braces strong character that was all, aflame Penholders. All Text
preparations at Book cold at publisher price Store Jammed full of
I, sleeves of silk to match the lining of i or over gray broadcloth, the -
School
were much stronger than those of an I with enthusiasm for the 'betterment of Supplies 1
each: For cold in the head- the coat these silk sleeves being'i cutwork being stitched over gray 1"i i
..... (back's oridinary house. edged with plaited frills of ecru.lace)I i I satin of the same shade,.-,the lining the lower strataof, humanity but Miss Coe's :US oo 3 S-tore J 'I
Cold Tablets.
ably Cough to the elbow. The bottom of the being of the same satin. A band olthe Stoke* had not been Impressed by the
are 'White Pine Expectorant.HOOTON'S Captain T. S. Caro, and daughtersMiss coat was slashed up on each side I I cutwork also extended'dO'\"n each average young men In her social set New Brent Building. Phone 235. :,;i1 ; \ +\

1.50; Kate and Miss Yvette, have returned and ornamented at the top of the side of the front, being 'continuouswith So the two were married. }"! 01 l
two from a visit to Montgomeryand pointed band, which outlined the I I the pieces which extend over Not long afterward their friends p ; 1 ;
other in .
C la points Alabama. slash, by a figure in the catwork.Oeorco i the shonldersVF: were astounded to learn that the J ,

PHARMACY, Every one will 0 be pleased to learn Hooters had abandoned.their palatial University of the State of Florida
that :Mrs. H. Hatton and her charm dwelling on Fifth avenue and had gone
The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery ing family 'were among the fortunatefew Afte Won Oati Contest. BATTLEAX SWINGING. down Into the lower west.side of New CA'NLSr.nc. FLA. .

), at Big Bayou, who escaped serf George;.Ad *bas ,demonstrated that York, a section that had been crying '
DaD&'ero1d'lfew Sport of the British Fall term opens in Gainesville: September 26th. For catalogue ; ..
Phone 1100.
ous injury from the storm. Mrs Hat- he can raise oats. Ade-has,a fine farm Tommy ,AtlrtiUa out for help for. years, to make their and Information address. r
"e, ton and her daughter Miss Maggie In Newton county, his old home, and new home thereThey -
:May are for the present the guestsof this season interested himself,"in oat "Swinging the battleaxes": Is a took a modest house In Grove STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINE '

Mrs C. Hafton.Notwithstanding. groWing,.,,1omsng in, a contest with and rather dangerous drill recently Introdnced street, and there they have since re A high grade institution for young men. Literary, Scientific '
,,
- Into the British t. .,
the inclement neighboring,farmersto see which could army says sided. Their days are spent receiving and Engineering courses. J :
the New York World. King Edward
i get the.largest; yield says a Richmond caller*-hot those front the fashionable .
weather
a very pleasant party was t.
'E '
has the seal of his royal ANDREW SLEDD President
placed
approval ,
given at the Catholic Knights hall, i (Ind.) dispatch., Ade claimed"to know set they had )tef*uptown but from the .
Friday night by a number of young I something :about oats, tmt'his'neigh: on It, however, by expressing a squalid regions about them In-extending GAINESVILLE FLU. t: i
gentlemen in honor of Miss Mena bors were inclined to believe they desire to witness the first exhibition\ toe! helping hand and studying ,
0....1.............. ,..N Wellhouse the guest of Mrs. Henry would clean ihim up. Ade's, crop .:was drill, which is to be held as soon as''n what next to do in the campaign ; )

. .2r1ts i i HorsIer. Miss Wellhouse is quite an tie last to. be thrashed, and It was fair decree of proficiency reached. In against poverty and Its accompanyingevils. __ -- hi.:.. bi. :
accomplished musician and is also had the best In the officers' gymnasium of some of the :
found that be yield
I Fall Friends II IIt the possessor of a very sweet voice. crack cavalry regiments It is proposedto i.'
i Newton county. "All day long white faced misery
After several musical selections, substitute battleaxes for Indian throngs to the doer of the humble little Learn More Earn More'i! !
is
dancing was indulged in, and then ,
G 'Lt.ts*. clubs but so far only the most skilled house." Financial assistance Is

'\ the Mr. party Joe Santo, under, the leadership at the of By a peculiar mania Miss Annie army athletes venture to use them. given one, advice to another, a tanglein JI"
were guests THE PENSACOLA Y. ,M. C. A. i >
For Your Face ; : Kandy Kitchen. The young people Fuzee of Toledo j has changed tinto a The substitution the battleax: for the thread of this life or that Is !

spent a' very. delightful evening. living statue, and her case Is the a club In performing what are knownas straightened. Offers to give Instruction In any subject for which twelve$' men !_ :; ,

: -+- strangest In the records of ttte'probatecourt the outer and Inner circles show "We have taken this small louse"safd'Mr. apply. i }k..
''S His irrepressible lor bh'p, The says a special dispatch to the not only great strength the man who and Mrs. Hunter to an early YOU MAY NEED Arithmetic or Algebra. English. Spelling -:I"; ,1
.ventured out in all the stormof Penmanship Mechanical Drawing or Electricity. IF YOU DO let l.. ,.
Stork
New York Herald. She refuses to does It, but also perfect skin and absolute caller, la order to keep our lives sim i
last and left at us help you : ih ,
Thursday night
:........ ................ the home of 'Mr. and Mrs William move a muscle of her body, but stands self confidence. The skill will what be pie. There Isn'thalf as much Interest Short practical courses are the rule.an ..only the best teachers :-; ;.
Kessler, a fine baby boy. The little sits or lies as she is placed. She will I' appreciated by those who know in the l life of fashionable New are employed. Classes open October first, 7f30 p. m., and each .t.r
one will be christened Winder Bar not move her head or her eyes, but wielding heavy clubs mean and how York as Is to be found in the kindly, class meets two nights each week. I ; ..1"
>
o ,t In our Toilet Goods ret and he is a handsome little fel sits all day In one position, staring:! easy it Is to knock oneself about If the homely circles of humbler folk. We A NIGHT SCHOOL FOR BOYS who have not finished their J .,, .

let | Department we have; a low. His father however, with the fixedly at whatever is'before her. She I clubs ate ,really heavy. Moreover, want to live the race life, the true grammar school education will be maintained. "::.
wickedness characteristic of a "man" refuses to eat food of any kind. their shape makes them the harder to American life. It is for the purpose of THE COST '
: section devoted exclusively ;
s suggests that his name be "Hurricane wield as tlubs. Yet when once proficiency being next door to poverty that we -
.COir : to face lotions. i Jim." lire. Cleveland's Great Climbs has been arrived at very littleIs have come here."-Philadelphia North FIRST-You must Join the 'x.' M. C. A, which costs $1000 -+- for boys) per year, and entitles you to full privileges In the most .;
Mrs. Grover Cleveland arrived in made of what seems to ordinary American.
t If there.is some particular Mrs.. M. A. Fulton has returned II complete club in the State. with Gymnasium, Baths Game room,
: Bretton Woods N. H- wonderful 'feat The battleaxb
: : that from Alabama after a visit of three ; recently and eyes a Reading room and many Qther privileges. '
preparation you months. made the ascent of Mount Washington, I a rare sight nowadays. la the *..W SECOND-You pay a small class fee for each class youenter- I 1 : '

: had trouble in getting taking the rough nine mile tramp over i crusading days It was part and parcel CAREFUL DOCTOR. I Fees run from $3.00 to $5.00 per term, and there will be-two"terms 'i'

: elsewhere, just come and Mrs.. P. K. Yonge and little daughter the.Crawford bridle path. Mrs. Cleveland of a mounted,man's equipment :North of Food Instead of of three months each. .
Prescribed
Marjorie, and Mr.-and Mrs. Henry .was looking decidedly welL She 1 of the Tweed the battteftx: was calleda Change I I.* t

: look-through our assort- Yonge are expected home from St arrived at the summit in time for spertbe. Scott, In. The Eve of St. Drugs.It i --- ---. --..... t i,
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ment. No doubt will Louis Wednesday. Mrs. Peter Buck, t Jobs In describing the accouterments I 0 J
and ,
-fINe o you luncheon, :had: one of the season's takes considerable courage for aI
t and little son Philip will accompanythe dearest for the view. Ii of the Baron of'Smaylho'me, says
find it.Or party to Pensacola where they days doctor to deliberately prescribe only I

j+ we will get,'it for will be the guests of her. mother for At his saddle. certh was a cood rtMftPSV J i I food for a despairing patient, insteadof SIDEBOARDS it
; I < resorting to the usual list of medicines AND CHINA
weeks.
>, j .you,without delay. several 1 fan too. patina wetebt and more. tj| I

I. Blue Ribbon Lemon' and Vanilla There are some truly scientific phyBidans .
Our Va-No Skin Food
Co* Extracts are absolutely pure, go twiceas IOitae.elhaeL: among the present generationwho CLOSETS 1.f'i !i
has host of tender-faced was-killed recently In recognize and treat conditions as
T a far as other kinds, j nrf the "Blue A Chinaman .
friends. It is priced 25 Ribbon Flavor" perfection.. Ask DELATOURGINGER Bangkok in a duel with another of his they are and should be treated regardless +
of the value to their pockets.
Chinese method of duelingIs
for the 25c site race. The
f cents. .1 Interesting, but does not seem dead- Here's an instance: We never hare had so many pretty ones as > '
CARD OF THANKS.I "Four years ago I was taken with .
of- ALEis ''Jr. These two Bangkok Chinamen severe gastritis and nothing would i we have now-made of quartered oak, high- i i' :'
the take this first opportunity to publicly J'fought with the two forefingers of stay on my stomach, so that I was
>ss great gratitude to Mr. CoHingof
Tpw my
erg pre-j Warrington.! for his sentl kindly I each hand stabbing each other with on the verge of starvation."I : t fi
be Let fill treatment of my wife.and children, and these In the region of the spleen and heard of a doctor who had a sum- dcfiance. "
us your for his heroic behavior in rescuing them level on,the other side of me-a specialistfrom .
a most invigorating the cottage near
not from their perilous situation when our refreshing, at same mer .f
:. We have fillscriptions. i house beoam inundated. Also to Mr. and healthful the body. The men who'go In for this N. Y.-and as a last hope, sent i

uca ed 200,000 since Arthur White and his brother. Howard. of contest practice every mornIng for him.
: over and Harmon: ; for their efficient timely home drink-the ideal kind he examined me carefully I '
t we have been in busi-' \ assistance In taking my family to a placeof : stabbing bags? of rice or paddy "After small quantityof i $15.00 to $6 5.00 1
!bin i safety. For all-of which I am and always drink for these hot with these fingers till they can use he advised me to try a .".
f ness. shall be most sincerely grateful dYa s. Grape-Xuts at first, then as my .
the i
of iron.
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piece
M. A CHAMBERS.PensacolaLodge : them like stomach, became stronger to eat more.

3 ;ayod I...... No. 42. F. A. A. M. $1.25A T kept at it and gradually got so Why not give one for that wedding present.. ,
............. ....... br Bolua i:
Pensacola Lodge No. 4%. F. A A. M. Death I could eat and digest three U-aspoon-
10W Rcjrul communication Thursday October In oldxEngtend before the law was fuls. Then I began to have color in I.
NN...NNNN.NONNtI: 4; at 7;SO p. B.m. M. SOLOMON. DOZEN. passed which prohibited "cruel and un- my face, memory becamedear, here .

T..E. HARVEY. Secretary. usual for.uf punishment" murderers before everything seemed a blank. I MARSTON & QUINA
W. D'AIemberle W. M. .wert'often condemn to death byboiling. My limbs! got stronger and I could r
:J; such the victims walk. So I steadily recovered.
cases
NOTICE.'l'he In
Penoacola Electric Company have Sol Cahn & Go.Th were chained?;** large. kettles,of. cold I "Now after a year on Grape-Nuts I 108x110 S., Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla :1y '
153 Ibs. Mj people were surprised
removed to temporary office rooms 325 heated weigh
which gradually
'
: Drultlst and 'Ii to 329 Brent bu11dIn water, ,was I at the way I grew fleshy and ; .........o .............:f
from
Py flesh to yyy y
I I. Apothecary J.- W.. UEAPfcET.Manager.. r Food Star, until It caused the drop I strong on this food. Name given
,. Southwest Corner Pilaf 01 tad tnterfencla the bones. The.last English victim of I by Postum .Co Battle Creek. Mich. .
::1 ,GLASS the "boiling death" was one house a! Bead tha little book.. The Road to
121 South Palafox Street 1A AND GLA ING...., Phones jJig cook; who It was.alleged.had)kffled : Weflville,*-in pkgs. Subscribe for The Journal to-day ;

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I! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS:' THAT PAY" I




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:f For Sale REAL'I Is Your House $50 Down Do.YoU. VACANT HOUSES-



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WANT TO SELL YOUR REAL ESTATEOR


: $300.00. or Furniture 1 and BUSINESS. t. WANTED.!


: for southeast quarter of Bik. ESTATE ( $.I 1 0 a Month.t i'.z. -.

; Twelve of West King-Tract. /. There Is always some one

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Insured who wants to buy what you

$1200.00for Buys a 3 4-room col- have for sale-and .we have .
Lots: 1, 2 and 3 Block 64 New City .. -' .

2 houses on the southeast on which is situated two age', -with* back and front lightning methods of finding .

houses for $170.00 per :
renting
WE CAN RENT ANY
: comer of Strong and DeVil- year .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1500 galleries, on Alcaniz street- that somebody: List with us t

for All Block Z03 New City .. ,.. 1200 _If not, better take out a $65o.oo. :: p- AND ALL DWELLINGS
liers Sts. renting $13 a to-day.
Lets 1 and :2 In Block 147 New and'let .}; --,;..' -AND STORES

month. I' Qty mAll policy at once. Ring up PAY ,REN' {! TO YOUR' ; PLACED

'All .. WITH US.
Bdcks 358 and 360, each us know what want .

$875.00. I We Blocks have 374 and 376 desirable, each.. Iou 650 insured and you will SELF. : WE CAN ALSO PLACE
some very we give L S. Brown & Co. -

; for 5 lots on Northeast corner oa North Hill at prices ranging from t FIRE .INSURANCE IN 16
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Siena $600.00 to $750.00 per lot best attention, immediately This is your opportunityto OLD-LINE COMPANIES.
and "
: Palafox We will sell of the above for < .
any landlord WE- SELL lOrS .
become ,
Don't wait until house own .
'streets. one-third cash and will loan you the your your '< ,

__ I I balance of purchase price. burns down. : Phone 918. Thiesen Building
loan at iowestinarketr&tecf '
Money to
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Interest. We hare some very desirable business "-4- .
real estate Jn this cityuo1Jctlt I -- } :
Mortgages on ... to in. .: : _
; and sold. .. prperty that will pay you
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All of the Maxent Tract west 01 vestigate.Escambia. FOR SALE
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street now for sale.iFisherRealEstategency. HcDavid-Kyer Company I f
LESLIE E. BROOKS: ,

Realty Co., Inc., FOR Rock SALE Cockerels.-Fine w Marchll grown and Barred April

Agents New:York hatches $1.00 to $%.00; 'tIt-ns, last year's

I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Real Estate ; breeders $1.00 each. Mrs. Lizzie B. WATSON
HOOTON &
Life Insurance Company Hughes,Chipley Fla 27septlm

i COLLECTION OF RENTS A AGENTS, and Insurance. ,
100 E. Government Street. FOR SALE-Fresh milch cow exceptionally -
; | SPECIALTY. 204% South Palafox Street. V .fine Jersey: or two other good fresh "THE RENTAL AGENTS"Leading

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.MISCELLANEOUS. Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. mile cows. Addres G. B. Bardshar
206 S. PalafoxStHELP
$ Phone 87. Bluff Springs. Fla. -G C Sept. Iw Real-Estate and Insurance Agency.

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I I FOR. land..ALE-I0OOO 12,500 saw mill acres timber round and Umber saw J I Phone 54. NO. 37 SOUTH PALAFOX ST
WANTED. FOg SALE.Nice mill :%-room hotel at a bargain. Several I

4 __ HOMEOn good farms and town properties.Write I __ _____
''WANTED; -Three or four good waiters REMOVAL NOTIC -.--E. L. Herring, Gentry & .Setterlmd, Ctipley, Fla.23sept. -TPANAMA-

wanted. Apply at once Kandy Kitchen two-story house on whose wagon and repair shop at 135 -

K*. oct two lots East Intendencia St. was destroyed. .........................t..o.. ....


4- AGENTS Knives: WANTED For particulars to sell write Otfs Peter Oyster C. I the bay large, on East, overlooking Jackson will about re-open Oct. 8. at 214 E. Intendencia sept29-10d \Vest Chase St., six MONEY TO LOAN. ;

) OH Biloxl Miss. loctlw rooms and hall, gas, bath
street, two blocks from car DRAWINGS all kinds; Hull Engine,
; ,WANTED-Young man about 18. to do I Patent Office machine and misc. madeat and every modern convenience MONEY_ LOANED' real estate and CITY ?
office work and collecting. :Must be line. Will sell on easy terms. reasonable rates. Patentable ideas de- personal property on short notice. I II
1 exact at figures Address ''Xo'' Care ,veioped. Sail boats, launches: Address Lot fifty-five feet Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 23% South I

Journal. 2oct Apply to I W. C. McGowan Pensacola,_, Fla,. 9septlm front by one. hundred and Palafox. St. Phone 1144.

UPCSE; SERVANT wanted at once. E. J. O. JENNINGS, THOS PEBLET-Real Estate and Loans: iAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eightj' :
; B. :More)", Sth avenue and 12th street. Up-stairs corner Palafox and RomanaSts. seventeen feet' deep. This is per cent. If you have any that you

:; 2octlw 315 E. Gadsden. 12septlm Interest on see me about it. It i
I II a new house, close in and be absolutely! safe on real estate I FLORIDA

BOYS-The needs I j' )". Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462.
Journal MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick : only one-half block. from the 1 '
furnished if desired. Guaranteed. TO LOAN E\erybody borrows
several honest carriers at WANTED. Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave j car line, part cash and balance money from Jno. A Hall & Co., 14'j : :

at the office. orders at Watson Parker & Reese Co.'s. E. Government. St. When In need call
I once.. Apply septLMETHOlSTTORTh''liing 4 : under mortgage.A on us.

:;. WANTED bright boy about 16 years PARK eujiOa HOTEL\eeti-Hats*>n cleaned.y, ....c.DV and block--- eFroahchstein : BARGAIN AT $3000. :MONEY LOANED on .an kinds of per- i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL I

old Apply Monday Mbming to Bay of Mobile. 2octlt sonal property on short notice. Terms .
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business with Rev. W. Q. Vreelant ,
: I
Electric and jSupply! Co. SOseptltWANTED 'I can communicate with him at 1375 East easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana. : .
I WANTEDPositionby young lady as Gadsden street or by Phone No. 483 Phone 1165. Ifeb: -ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :
Bright boy (white) 14 to 16 stenographer and office assistant. Address -
years old to do collecting and office I P. O. Box 244, Florala, Ala. It* Sept. 2-lm J. W. Bullock Jr. UNLIMITED amount of money to loan

work. Chance for promotion. Addressapplication in own handwriting to "C." I: A\"TED-Good cook at 619 North Bay- JERNIGAN LIVERY STABLES BagdadFla. ; :I rates to business men on large Mill i
Journal office. 30sept2tWANTED Ion street. 30sept3WANTED Carnages meet all trains, sirguor : Cor. Government and -DsLuna Sts. loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204 Vi Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing ma-
to
double teams night or day any:
,, "With references fifteen good I -All owners of poultry to point. Best ;service; rates. reasonable.lauglm.. I South Palafox. chinery here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot ;
hustling. sober men to represent the know that we are agents for the cele- Box 173. Phone 637EDUCATIONAL.
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Planters' Llva Stock Insurance (;G. ofThomasv111e brated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed I Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings ;

Gtt For particulars Address I to cure rupe. cholera, gape and to F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian weU drillers -
;; Pierre G BvsseS. Tallahassee Fla. Reference kill fleas, lice and mites. Also their for saw mills and turpentine stil's o DIRECTORY i going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :

Cajiltai, City Bank. Tallahassee, wonderful egg producer F. S. Mellen & 5pecially. Geneva, Ala., and Gracevtlle ,
Fla. :6Se1_ >t. Imo. Co. Phone No. 334. lSapr. Fla. Prepared to put wells from 4 to 1:! : the city. :
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Inches diameter. and from 10-t to 1600 feet .
AlI."rEI.A.t: nCe. white nurse for chil WANTED teacher holding first grade depth. SatisfactIon guaranteed. 12jn<>jm PROFESSIONAL.T. : Write or see the Panama City Real Estate CO. i
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26. certificate wants position in public MRS. lOLA BARTON MASON will open
either In Alabama or Florida. Fourteen NOTICE-Having Installed machines for a school of Shorthand and Typewriting .

WANTED-A colored girl to assist in years experience. Address, Mrs. RebeccaC. the manufacture of galvanized Iron October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- G. YATES M. D.
< ..jusekeepln. Due who will stay on Goodale, Jasper, Ala. 26 Sept Iw cornice skylights cornice gutter, circular caniz or Typewriter :.Exchange: : 313: '
premises preferred.. Apply o-day before mouldings etc. I am now prepared to Brent building. 2octlm I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR j
3 o'clock at 108-North Barcelona. % 8ept WANTED-By Inexperienced young man do sheet metal work of all kinds oh short Optician.
bus- notice. Satisfaction assured. Estimates MISS GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate of
position as clerk: gent's furnishing
; ,V -Combination nurse and house cheerfully given on work in or outside the Knox College Illinois and Ferris
l' girl. Apply 701 North Palafox St. sa iness lon.preferred.J. E. IL,Address.care Journal.stating 26 Sept compen-Iw- city. Chas. B. Vetter. 18 W. Intendenoii. KJndergarten College, Mich., will opena 306 Thiesen Building.Frederick .. Write or See |:
23sep Phone 693. !amd>lin Kindergarten and Prltoary SchooL October .
of 1, at her home, 212 West Gregory
POSITION WANTED bv first January
W.L'"iTED-Young man. acquainted with J. H. PORTER sailmaker. 716 South street. Terms 3.00 per month. 25seplm Ausfefd. F. M. Blount.
country who can lumish horse, to rep- ware by a man first-class of 20 years'hardware experience.and queens For Palafox street. Orders taken for tents, ) AUSFIELD & BLOUNT THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY I
; resent The Journal in Escambiacounty.. further information write to F. Herr- awnings camp stools and house cots. PRIVATE SCHOOL-MISS! Belle WMtlng i
:: Apply at once Journal office. 23sep mann Golding Fla. %;)sept lOp etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan will open her private school at No. Architects
9. 521 N. Spring street, October 1. Tuition .
AN'l'ED---\t once several .carrier WANTED-At once, a four or five-room SHIP CHA1I.'DLERS-lIcKJnzie Oerting J3.00 per month. ?, 13septlm I 513 Thiesen Bldg., A3 Moses Bldg., ......... ......... ......... .....$..............
) \ boy Apply at this office. cottage. Must be close in and in good &. Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Pensacola Fla. Montgomery. Ala.
neighborhood. Address 123 Care JournaL and grocers. Only first-class ,house PRIVATE instructions given In advance -
Sssep of kind in city. Fair prices to alt English. French, stenography, and the i WM. A. BORMANS
usual grammar school studies. Apply to I her continuous residence upon, and cultivation July. 1906. and submitted by the boarl
CARRIAGES repaired ar* repainted: of, the land viz of bond trustees for the approval of tl 'a
FOR SALE. R. R. CRITTENDEN wishes to com Miss 2. D. Adams fit W. Gregory street, Architectand Superintendent : Asa Ward of
__ munlcate with his brother. P. :SI Crit- Floats built to order. Horse shneirur lor Box 793. ISsepUw Mary Esther. Fla.. .John R. Wright of council be and the same is hereby approved -
hUhhuuuuuu I tenden,- who -last heard 'of in Florida I a specialty. .1. W. V. elsh CarrtageCompany. : Office-301 Brent Building, :Mary Esther Fla., T. C. Brooks of Mary : and the mayor and the board of
was -
5 27fe! MISS MARGARET :MACLAY Win reopen Pensacola. Fla. Esther, Fla., Sam Z. Gonzalez.of Pensa bond trustees of the City of Pensacc
about
Any one having
: FOR SALE!-Improved and unimproved heard of Mr.years Crittenden ago. would do a favor her kindergarten on Oct. I, at her cola. Fla. W. G. Robinson Register. its are hereby authorized and directed 10
property in all parts of the city. J. A. i Mr. MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie mother's reidence 36 E. Wright, where execute the same for and on behalf of
Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents. Room by addressing itIL Crittenden at Slims Proprietor. Furniture SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA .
I repairing she may be Intenfewedqin' regard to In Escambia said city.
No. 47 U. S. Yard. County Circuit Court,
7. Salisbury building. Phone 172. Building Navy of all kinds, carpets laid furniture
23jan ISseptlm terms after Sept 25. ?ti;, Tseptlmo. State of Florida. In Chancery. EastPensacola Sec. 3. That the said Frederick Aus-
packed for shipping. Phone 6::. LODGE, NO. 3. City Dul" feld. architect and his representatives
FOR SALE-Wolverine engine 8 H. P I Next to Tampa landing. 22april SCHOOL-The Othd Gaspard as Is provided in the aforesaid contract
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2 cylinder 2 cycles, complete TED-Sewing at reasonable pricesby PRIVATE fifth annual Pensacola Lodge JNo. 3, K. of P. r sit. On Monday :\ of October.A. .
fittingsfor cession of Miss Holden's School win meets everyMonda: )" evening at 7::20: : D. 1906 the defendant Gaspard Duisit shall have charge of the construction of
salt water; 'in perfect condition Mrs. L. D. Perdue. 221 North Ce- MATTRESSES AND FURNITUREMattresses -
and sail building and of the work incident
October o'clock at their Castle Hall ;
begin 1st. at So..9JWest J Jackson temporary is required to. appear to the bill filed
,. running dally; reason for selling. vallos. Phone 1188. ISsep made to order old
going ; the of
ones thereto but board public works
to It by larger New ticks furnished. .. street. Sept 2-lm. overPou's stable, West Intendencia St. : against him here'n.; This order to be
replace
engine. King reno\ated. Second -
&; I Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. 'published once each week for four (4) shall! under such instruction! as may b
Runyan. 19aug A1I.'TED-Ught delivery wagon. Ad- hand furniture bought and sold. Up- E. H. DENNARD C CL : consecutive weeks in The Pensacola given from time to time by ordinance or
dress J. E. c., Care JournaL 14sep holstering and repairing done.: 114 E H. KORSLER. K. of R. & S. :Journal ,4 published in said resolution of the council supervise the
: FOR SALE-One dwelling. 292 East Eclmont St. city. Phone HI. DalsMfg. I I newspaper actual construction of an said work.
:: Church street; if bought at once can Co.. C. T. Darts. Mgr. FOR SALE. 2scambia county. A. M. McMillan: Clerk I I Sec. 4. To the end and for the
WANTED-The public to know that *..e ..... KNIGHTS OF' COLUMBUS. Circuit Court. By L. G. Ayward D. C. pur
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be toad cheap. pply C. L. : ----------------------
McVoy. do allkinds of repairing, float buiU Meetings of the pose of defraying all expenses conne tf'1!
: butcher shop co-..er Jntendencia can REGULAR HACKi LINE-From Mrs. H. L. Pensacola FUu. bept. 8, 1306. Seplloawlw
FOR SALE
and ing. horse shoeing etc. J. G. Welsh carriage Chple RESTAURANT Knights of Columbus with the construction of said city ha"
; Barcelona. 23aug Co. : feb making connections with mail launch Byrd. of Florala, offers her restaurant are held at their hall. i. building, as herein provided not Indue
for points on St. Andrews Bay. Extra and entire equipment for sale at a bargain : No. 8 West Intendencia I In Escambia County Circuit Court. Ing the purchase of the building site. >:
PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The "' teams for traveling men. Good horses, at once. This is a paying businessand .; State of Florida.' In Chancery EastI'ensacola hoard of bond trustees Is hereby auth
.Jo\l.maI-a magnificently illustrated \NTED-Real Estate for sale or rent comfortable \enicles- Call on or address she would not sell same could she Monday street on at every 7 30 City Company vs. John D. lIed to expend out of the proceeds of t'!
; maeazia*, .containing scores of views of : lease or exchange.. .. Your business re- J. C. Sinclair, Chipley, Fla. Telephone_ remain here. Call and see her on Fifth o'clock..An evening..Intta.tlon : Moser. On Monday the lith day of October recent: Issue of four and one-half (itt
the city and harbor. For sale at all spectfuully *>tl. J.Wilson. Kt.J No.H-; ; 28ap. avenue opposite. Inter-State. Bank if In- is extended to- A. D. 1006. the defendant, John D. per cent. bonds issued for the purpose ,
Estate Agent :! 4 W. G'rnnA'nt -
book stores or at The Journal office. By M terested. Zoctlt Moser is required to appear to the bill purchasing a site and constructing a 'u"
Knights.
Visiting
mail. 20 cents. Ilsept Room 7, balisbJry. bntldla Phone I2. IL ALFl\IAN-Tln. Copper and Sneet : JOHN B. .JO "Es. against him herein. This orer to Ini : hall building not more in the aggregate
2-jan! Iron Corner; cornice, work and sky FOP: SALE-At a bargain paying Furni- Grand published onceeach week for four (4) than feUty-Five Thousand (J65.000C:t
FOR SALE-Stop. Consider not the price- lights a specia'ty! :. roofin: guttering and tire business at 138 E. Intendencla St. J. S. LEONARD, KnightRecorder. consecutive weeks in- the Pensacola Journal I Dollars.
but the profit that you'll gain by the TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor.Gent's repairing. :311: South Palafox: I>t. Phone Address Box 325:: City. foci a newspaper published in said !:,.- Sec. S. That this ordinance shall tate
purchase of ,6,500 acres of land in a body. clothing cleaned pressed and 1316. Cjunelm cambia county. A. :M. McMillan, CJeik
)- for $30,000. Best farming land in Jackson paired on short notice. No. 11% re-I jolt SALE-Good location for small! DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. Circuit court. By. I. G Aymard. D. C. 'I effect. immediately upon its adopton.See. .
Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters of 6. That all ordinances and
Florida. Over 300 Government St., Pensacola Fla. pans
County
x settlers on bodyof Pensacola. Fla. Sept..8. 1S06. Seplloaw4w
land and that means 300 farms I mill, apply at once Barrineau i iTramnell & Rebecca. meets every Monday nteht at of ordinances in conflict herewith be sal
of SCO( lbs.'of paying I ,- Pensacola. Fla. R. F. D. 8 clock in L O Q.. F. halL \Visiting the same are hereby repealed.
on An average lint cotton to WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants you HOTELS.BROWN In' Esr-amb'a! County Circuit Court
tMvfarm. Partly fenced with wire. The moving and hauling He guaranteesall No 1. 29septlw sisters, 'cordially invited to be present State of Florida.. In Chancery.: East Pen Passed Sept. 12. 1300.
plot contains the large Blue Spring, better I I breakage. Phone 30. MRS. J. T. PTJLLIAM, N. G. I sacola City Company vs. Frank Moore en.i Approved Sept. 15 1906.
:MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE, Sec. Attest. CHAS. H. BLISS
r known as the long Moss Spring of Wet i Rosa J. Moore. On Monday, the 15th day
4 ,Fla. Well watered and timbered for' WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted HOUSE-DeFuniaK Springs FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam of October, A. D. 1906. the defendant C. E. MERRITT. Major
plantation and other use. For reference, ; floats built to order; horse Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals; 'f ett, I refer you to Hon W. II. Milton I shoeing a specialty.' J G. Welsh ,Car- : free bath and sample rooms. Special and everything complete for carrying: otbusiness Rathbone Lodge, No' :::0. Knights of required to appear.to.the bill fifcM a.rajnvt
President and Cashier of the First Na- riage Co. attention to traveling nvpn. Rates $2.00 together with the finest bed ot Pythias, meets every Thursday night 'at t them herein.- This order to h e published AN ORDINANCETo
tional Bank at Marianna Fla. A. Purdee, 'per day. J P- Brown, Prop. pottery clay In cambia county. Located Castle HalL Members of sister lodges once each week for Iou !) jonjcctitireweeks
Real Estate agent counselor at law ediItor I right !n the city. Apply to or address and visiting brethren cordially Invited i Change the Names of Certain Streeti
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS hat cleaning.Old in the Pensacola JDurnnl. a mwspaper -
and published of the West'Florida But HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open aU thjtar e BP._ Reese. IGsept to attend. J. M. ROPER. C. C, in the City of/Pensacola
f al Box 224 Marianna. Fla. hats made new. Cleaning pressing American and European plan. c. J. LEVEY. K R. & S. published in sa'd Lscambia COUlty.
Septlra and blocking. Satisfaction guaranteedPanama A. M. MeKillan: Clerk Circuit Court. By Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council -
?, 0c. Straws lIe; Felt. lie; I Special summer rates. First-class In FOR SALE-A car load of fine Tennessee .. L. G. Aymard D.. C.. P-eneac. Fla-, of the City of Pensacola.
.
Pleasant and M. E. B. A. No 81. meets first and *
e'eryrespect. conenlent horses; come early and get your Section 1. That the following! charges
Derbys, lie Victor Louis, 100 E. Inten- 8 1906.
Seplioaw4'.vPROPOSALS
Mrs. T. L. .Bowen third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 m., Sept. ,
LOST.l. dencia treet. All come In4sentlm' Prop., Pensa pick. Pensacola Stables, John G. Wood. p. In the names of streets as they appear
f' cola Fla. loup manager. 12stf Raftord Hall, No. 10, West Intendencia upon the map drawn by Davidson sri
J street. A. G. FELL Prcs.J. will be received at the Bureau I Lee and T. C Watson &
copyright by
WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. CIIIPLEY HOTEL'Carl Setterlind. FOR SALE-Iron bedstead one set of 1. SWEENEY. Secy. of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Co.. in 1S02, and as adopted by ordinance
:1 &.OST-Black and white setter puppy wants your moving and hauling.. All I I Prop. Special attention to commercial springs and two mattresses. Apply at Department. Washington D. c.. until 10 passed on the ninth (9th) day of hal
breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors"..nProprleto rree sample and bath PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4 I. O, O. F. o'clock October 190C and
bitch four months oM. Reward for travelers. rooms. 907 North Alcantz street %%sept a. m, .13. pub 1906 and approved en the eleventh (lltt
\ Phone 978. Large rooms with good beds. 12 00 per Pensacola Lodge, No. 4.: L O. O.: F. licly opened immediately thereafter to :day of : be and beret
May 1306 are
;.return to W. K. flyer Jr. 29sept day. Chipley. Fla. 12mchlrn lie PURCHASES the receipt for test fin meets every- Thursday evening ;at 730 furnish at the navy yard. Pensacola.'Fla.. made, viz:
W A 'TED-All kinds of electrical work. of cosmetics. Box 338. City. __ at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen a quantity of naval supplies aa follows 'Park from Twentieth '
street
'1 and Cervantes street Reward for return other electrical supplies. When you tppean: plan. Rooms light end clean. __ vited. B. R. WITKOVSKT. W. G. piles bar steel; etc.-Ken. 177; Grindstone known avenue as .'MalJoT Bayou" street."

I:? to L. Showers & Co., 1001 N. Davis need me ring 343 or !955. E. W. Peake, Transient trade solicited. 575-573; South FOR SALE-Nice farm of 20 aores. For A. KERLE. Secretary .rivet forges air tubing, oekura. etc. "Palm street,") extending from Boa
New Star Laundry Bldg. IL Garden. Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop. -
information Inquire of Chas. L'Orange W., O. W. -Sen. 17S. Wire railing. team pumps street to Bayou Texar shall be known at
; street. Sept 261w West Jackson St., No, 1912, Pensacola. bar BteeL .Applications for proposals "
Live Oak Cami- No. L W. O. W. Twentieth avenue.
WANTED TO BUY a cash register at HOTEL VERNON Rates $UO per day 12septlm. should designate the schedule desired by Bonn
once. Apply to Clutter Music House. Special rate by week. Special attention meets in Pythian ball the 1st and InS "Palf street extending from
LOST-Blue and gold Macaw. Left :Mon- 2 Sent. Wednesdays in each month. Visiting number. Blank proposals will be furnished street to Bayou Texar shall be known M
to traveling
for men. Free sample! i FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures upon application to the navy pay "
day. Reward return to 119 W. ; sivereigns cordially Invited. "Esrambia avenue.
J. P.
:Mrs.
Maul&n
room. Prop.. Vernon. and billiard tables etc. In I office, Pensacola Fla, or to the Bureau :\tI1t--
; Chase stree4. 2$ Sept .u."TEDndhand sacks of all descriptions Fla pool a Due F. A. BOGHICH C. C. "Texar avenue. extending from
wanted. If out of town; ship location. At a bargain if sold at once. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.IIr I. H. T. B. HARRIS- Pa mutu-GeneraI teenth avenue to Liberty street. aDd Ub-

LOST-Bunch of keys on train passing them to us; If la town.ring lu up at N o.U4. Address box 103. City. :flsept U. S. N. 8-20-06. 2-9oct city street extending from Texar a\'e-

Flomaton Saturday SPorn., for Mobile or bring them to us at corner of I Due to Bayou Texar. shat be known as
with key tag marked "Neptune Chase and Alcaniz. Sts. F. S. MellenCo. & BOARD AND ROOMS.: FOR SALE-At u oargaln on. large AN ORDINANCETo 'Xineteenth avenue." .
Buckner. Asheville, N. C.** on ,one side 23jul marble soda! fountain with 20 syrup WDo1lefs Provide For the Erection of a City "Brent street" in Pettersen's Atditionshall
and a Shriner's emblem on reverse side. cans. McMillan & Turton. 120 W. Intend uen of morp&lB* Hall Building In the City of Peruaeola. be known as "Watson street

f, Finder please return to Box 48, Asheville, TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished encis- 4sept opiam, Uudanag. Be it ordained by the Mayor and CounU "Bessemer street," in the water front tt.e
N. FOR RENT., FOR SALE-Four' good schooners suit. ea1Deor whlJltl1.a shall be known u
and reward. Section 1. That the City ban building official map thereof
get 1102 3, 204
Phone or apply room % South -
F able for lake sound and river. Address
for the of "E street"The
Palafox. 2octlw "M," care JournaLZletg I IU MSfliokoml?gr City Pensacola shall be street immediately north of )lauraf
erected and constructed
FOR REVT-Six-room cottage, bath and sanatorium treat* according to westerly to tJ eI
FOUND. gas. : West Wright street $20.00 per FOR RENT-One or'two newly furuls-ieJ I mot Ada.nss.Dr.' plans and specifications therefor prepared 1 f street and extending as "Tut a
FOR SALE-Good mowing machine 5 ft Frederick Ausfeld city limits, shall be known
month. Fisher Real Estate Agency. front rooms: southern osure; with AND trr architect, '
19sepFOR privilege of phone Vo. 125S. Location out; one ten ft. self dump all steel N. mended by the board of boll street. ;1J
FOUND-A considerable sum of gold desirable and near business center 42.W. hay rakeone 2-sectlon all.steel harrow; Cu the City of Pensacola.; and recom-I "Young street" shall be known'Leonard

; money.Loser haversame.' by prov- RENT-4-roora cottage, with bath Gregory_'liseptlm two hot blast heating stoves, bum coalor proved by tbie council; and as I Vreei:: shall be known 5''fitoddart
ing .property at 114 East Belmont, and gas, etc., on North Spring street wood, one tank farce pump. capacity I in the contract 'fer the construction of I i "Sierra "
paying for ad. 22sept!: $15.00 per month. Fisher Real Estate NICELY, FURNISHED room for /en 1 bbl per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; said bunding entered into on the 25th i.I street" known *3i"Tonge
Apply 301 West Chase. Phone 1259 of street shan be
Agency. 19sep one twenty-Inch foot tinner's day July, 1908 by and between Charles I

FOUND-One small bay mare age aboutseven ROOMS FOR RE'-"T-Wlth shear; 4 horse power Gas power Engine; fine Legal: Idveriisemenfs H. Turner and the said board of bond ,I 2.street"Sec. That all ordinances and paI'tof
t yxirs. R'ght hip-down; hind feet FOR RE"T-Nlt'e 7-room house 311 privilege of double barrel hunmerless: shot gun; Marlin trustees., acting for and on behalf of the, In conflict herewith be are
ordinances
White Owner ecu have above by East Ramana St. $1S.00 per mont llgL. house keeping. phone and bath. City of Pensacola. which said contract u
prov- repeating rifle 32-calbre. G. E. Bard-
On line. 900 East ;Jackson. Notice for Publication the are hereby repeated
;;! ing same and paying for ad. J. W. Underwood J. A. Wilson & Co. Real Estate and car 2septlm shar Bluff Springs Fla 26 Sept 1m -Department of Lereby ratified aid. approved and the same ordinance stan t
ilusc, :::ee. Fla. Sseplm Rental Agents. 224 W. Government St.. the Interior land office at Gainesville! mayor is hereby authorized and directedto hec. i That this adoption CapprovaL .*
Salisbury building. 4july FOR RE."Ii"T-Rooms cheap; real. newty Fla-,. .Sept -1", 190$. Notice Is hereby join In the execution of said contract effect Immediately upon its
FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin cine
clean furnished rooms suitab'e for given that Mrs. Rachel C. Irwln of Mary for and on behalf of the of Pensa-
light housekeeping on the hilL Locatlo timber. Turpentine places and-"saw Esther. Fta. has filed notice of her intention cola. That the.actual City Passed Sept. I%, UO&
: BARBER SHOPS. FOR RE."r-Some nice scores on East high and healthy. dose to car line. mills in operation. Also excellent tractsof to make final five-year construction of Approved Sept 15, 1906
proof in
said
... Government .street; cheap rent. The Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. stumpage. Turner & Aymard Real support of her claim vis: Homestead building shall be commenced within Attest: : CHAb'IL BLISS: ,
-- ten (10J 'after
Real Estate Agency. Estate < days the adoption of this Mar>r
Fisher ljulyFOR
Agents. Box
lU 115. DeFunia
Strong.: Phone lOau Entry No. 30852, made May 17. C. E. MERRITT,
___ Springs. Fla. 1SOL for ordinance or as soon thereafter as the
MILTON When vteltli s tere have your 20july Lot 4JSection Township 2 a-Range, board of bond City Clerk._
:;- tonsorial unfit I'o'so by Ira Mime, Willins RENT-A.tR. Blngham has storage NICELY FURNISHED rooms for t'ent, 24 W, and that said proof will be male .trusteen.with.the approvalof
sU-cet o tf jal.: Clotnee and room for suitable for furnitureor with or without board. Transients FOR SALE-Green < the council may determine.
o;>:; < > so pine piles. Quick before the -clerk of the circuit GLASS
court,
cleaned and other goods. 104 and 10$ South Tarragona licited. Phone, and bath. No. at Sec. 2. That the proposed contract of
hats repaired. Convenient gas a. delivery. Address A. H. Holt Ftoma- Pensacola.: Fla-. on October 23. 1906. She Frederick AND GLAZING.
Zoteia. P&one 62- 2bau. street Phone 639.5 .. Palafox. ton Ala. Ausfeld. architect with the
to ISsepUm *
SOseptlw the following witnesses INTENDENCIA-
names
to prove City of. Pensacola; dated 25th day of ,E.,B. WELLS. 10 E.


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II ..;..I",. .'' "' .. GREAT DESTITUTION AJ '- BAY ELECTRIC AND a ""LY'COM"ANY -PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.- 1

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w. T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.
," SPSfSL to clo an electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 579 and a
H e.1td't; ;;. repreeen wUl: ?calL W T. Bidwell. |>resio>nt and Manager.205 S. Baylen Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam
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4't .treet.- Train Electric Car Schedule.
MOBILEANDALONG "d i
g C ;It:_ BAY fi Etfe t1v.'.rune 13,1908. ;

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i, 'woe,, BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND Bid :
I t'YI F'o SA YOU.I '
started all right 81 :
.BUSINESS JIOUSES OF CITY SUFFER HEAVY OILS, --- -
luckily for Jack it ended all right sn.. ye Lv. Pensacola.v.. Big Bayou. j I
and account of Vulcanite," too."Vulcanite" LOSS-FR"OM 01WI' We Invite the Attention .1 i C a.m., 9:00 pan. (;::20 a.nr 10.30 p.m. -
fl on
"AI I RAIN-WILL'ACCEPT CONTRIBUTIONS ; 7 a-tn 1 : p.m. 7:30 a-m. 11:30 p.m. l
I S a-m. 11:00. p.m.* 8:30 a-m. -; ri. :
9 a-m. 8:30 a-m. -
I TO HELP OUTSIDE .. .r 19 a-m. 10:30 a-m. .
Roofing of Depositors 11 a-m. 11:30 a-m. '
roof covering that makes 7 : 12 noon 12:10pm. I
i jj tie only I. TOWNS. 1 p-m. 1:30p.m. I
economical building possible. Itpt.s 2 p.m. ::40 p.m. .
3 p-m. 5:30p.m.: _.J -
a roof on your honse that not only 3:30pm. 4:00: p.m.: 4 4.
costs a trifle but Mobile Oct. ,1.-Reports from this I moreover considerable sickness with to the report of an examination of the assets' and liabilities 4 p-m. 4:30 p-m. .
,,0.SJ section to-day are not different inj i total absence of medical supplies or I 4:30 p.m. 5.00 p-m. I
eI it looks,lasts and character from' those previously pub-'' surgical instruments. The situationat ; : of the First National Bank of Pensacola, recently 6 6:00:3S p.m.p-m. 6 6:00:%$ p.m.p.m. .f- I ;

15z&rt I ; is better than all lished. At Alabama Port there are Monlouis Island is not so bad as completed by the Audit Company, of New: 6:00 p.m. e:30 p.m. I-
: others.Toudon'thavetO. 35:) people wholly destitute. ,At Her-! previously reported. There are some 6.30 p.m. 7:00 p-m.. er '-
ron bay there is of ; York: City. Anyone interested can secure a of 7:00. p.m. 7:30 p.m.'i t
an equal scarcity local supplies but a scarcity of medi: ,copy p.m. 8:00 p.m. ; :
:.__ I all! comforts and necessities and cine. I it by sending us their name and address. 1:00 p.m. ':30 p.m. : -.
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tend out of town Saturday onis'i'. .
I .. for It'either; it .Upon the merits of this report, and our twentysix BETWEEN PENSACOLA- AND FOR\ ,. '

is for Bale Tight Chapman=Merritt Co. Tugs Jtt years' record of fair and, considerate bankingI I BARRANCAS. .' .1.t ,4
here in town '
3 by
service solicit business. Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Fort Barrancas. 's. .'
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LECTURE No.22 we your 7:15 am.SOa.m.. 8'0O a.nulla.m. -

A. :M. Avery Hardware Co. and Wreckers are Coming This will prove a "winning" Pairto 11:00': a.m.-. 12:15: p-m.. .

you. So will any of the 12:50 p.m. 2.00 p.m. i.
r- -'-- ':$-) p.m. 5:10 p-m.
seventy Styles of '::20 p.m. 7:00 p-m. : -
I To-morrow and possibly to-day a ly wrecked will be floating] in the 5:30 p.m.- ':00 p.m. -
number of the powerful tugS fullyequipped harbor. Saturday only -
Steam train leaving Pensacola at 7:15
.gVACTURC. for wrecking work, of the The company it is understood FIRST NATIONAL BANK a. TO., will stop between Pensacola and
.. E STILlS Cnapmaa-iMerritt: Company of New sent: their fleet out from New York Bl*Bayou only to take on passengers for
York will": reach port and will commence upon receipt of the first news of points beyond Big Bayou. Stem train '

TUDPEN ,, 'Do-Pof-,. I at once the work of saving the the extent of the hurricane realizing OF PENSACOLA. FLA. will leaving top Fort between Barrancas Big Bayou at 6:10 and Pensa-p. ia, : ;'
61' vessels that are beacued. that to reach here first meant many cola only to put off passengers from beyond '
I All of the vessels are quipped especially thousands of dollars. $3.50-$4.00 Shoes Big Bayou. Other steam train. will .
for( this class of work and ', IA. few of the sailing vessels have want Designated Depositary of the United States.W. all make stops.all stops. Each electric car makes ." 4
faithful
If .
a Companionfor
I in addition! -all necessary apparatusis been floated but with these excep- you The above schedule and regulations
being brought along and it is believed tions all of the sailing fleet in the ''your j.'eet, one that win keep H. Knowles President. W. K. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. subject to change without notice. 4-

that With such an.outfit on the harbor at the time of the storm are. them on "Easy Street" and you In Thos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts Asst Cashier. Freight Local Bhlpptu Freight by Regulations.the 7.15 a. m. i
scene it will not be long before on the beach and some of them. Its "GoodHmorwearThe"ATLAN.TIChoe. DI..ectQrs-F.C. Brent.- W.A.mount, W. H. Knowles W. K.Hyer Jr., train will be received only for points
every vessel, now. appearing hopeless .believed, are hopeless wrecks. D. G. Brent.C. beyond Big Bayou. and will not be received t S
I guarantee that it will later than 7:05 a. m. All other -'" I
I Week Day trains leaving Penaoola not ,';:;! ; .
be the best Investment you ever later than 3:50 p. m, carry reign for ; I

I Rear AdI1iraJ.CtJ.PPs Here made and you will thank me.for the any point later but than freight 20 minutes will before not be scheduled received '';,:_'r, :
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Suggestion.The"ATLANTIC'DcalerinyourTownwiflbeglad' departure of trains. The ':00 a. m. r ..
.W.UMAR PresIdes JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant/ Clthlir. Sunday train may carry light perishable '-1' '
TORNADO ... to Lopk After Navy Yard toshov K.E.CURK Vice-president and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Distant CasbUr. freight under some circumstances by special ," : .;
the new Fall Styles. To loo! permission. Electric car will notcarry 4
you
1
freight or packages of any de- i '
is to buy. To buy'is to'buy again AMERICAN RTlptton! except medicine urgenUy need "" ', !
THE NATIONAL BANK ed. Shippers are requested to bear these .',
INSURANCEYou I Rear Admiral Capps chief of the The nary officials did not even regulation in mind that' Inconvenience '1
bureau 6l. coustruCCon and repair have a tug to come to the'city yesterday rjedlaBn mar not be caused. ". ,

should not be without is 'at tie. navyyard looking after after the workmen, but the cut SriLOAFERS/ A(JJ/ITlfI/U sKQ ll ra HAlQ or NSMCoia.. FLA. change These without freight notice.regulations subject to 1-
the interests of_the navy'Idepartm nt. ter Penrose, in command of Lieut. Opera House Building. Any further Information regarding pas- -
it-See how much better 'off, The repairs to be made on account Bryan, was tendered and carried "the ...< "," ; ;'.i + had by applying to the general office ot -.- : -
of the hurricane come under his department workmen to the yard and on there- 'l i DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF* UNITED STATES. the company. ., !
would have been had Passengers are earnestly requested to
you J I and when Commandant turn trip she brought up about twen- promptly report to the general office' any
you let us write you a policy' Bickwell wired the condition of the tyfivepersons from Wodlsey whose CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. inattention to duty or discourtesy on
,yard to the officials Washington homes had been destroyed. the part of employees and to make specific p .
-The cost is DIRECTORS. criticisms of service. ,
so smallRingus the rear admiral decided to come hero Yesterday the big tug Osceola arrived JOHN W LEADLET. --a e F -
up or see us and let us and acquaint himself with con at the yard from Key West S. WillNOW' Henry L, Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, Manager.

write a policy to-day. ditions. The raising and repair- and will be stationed there until J. M. Pfclffer W. 8, Rosasco, C W. Lamar _ _ _ _ _ i4- ,
you ing of the numerous war vesselS and other vessels can be secured. The Bryan Duawody. T. F. McGourtn, J.R. Sounders
tugs wrecked at the yardwin requirethe tugs Uncas and Hercules hare also /.,fd. Mary, W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura I Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Southern Insurance expenditure of an immense been ordered, here from Key West W.L. Cawtbon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe OcrtlngAlexMcGowin t
amount of money and much work. and are now on the voyage. GET TO C. M.Covington M. E. Clark. Gulf Steamship Co. .
STEAMERTARPON. :
Agency dtty (tfuit texts for rent at U.co $fUt: and $JS.M! the year. Private apartment W. G. BARROW' Matter.
la connection for the convenience of customers. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND 4 .

L. S. BROWN, Manager POSTPONED THEOPENINGOf 'GREAT DAMAGE Four percent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. PENSACOLA.FREIGHT-MOBILE Between SERVICE.-APALACHICO. : -

WORKIi LA CARRABELUE. ST. AN '
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Thiesen DREWS MILLVILLE. -
Building -- I And all point on St. Andi>ew. Bay, Car- .-
rabcllo and Apachlcol! .
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..... .......... MM.M..MMMM... SCHEDULE.. -- ; h
( -'(- Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8:30 p. m- ff f
BY STORM AT for Mobile. Ale. r

TYPEWRITERREPAIRS City to -Compel All Who W IIT ? for Leave St. Andrews.Pensacola' ,Mtllville.Tu iJay Apalachicola, 8:80: p. m_, ,-. :. r,

Have No Job to Get I. Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 Carrabelle For additional and intermediate Information point apply to _.' .- ii'
.
5' per cent., when the Pensacola Home and Savings E .R. COBB J. R. SAUNDERS.President 4,:: -'1\

CUOU1S I B BABDAD One, : \ Once and i Association will issue you paid-up} stockbearing General Frt. acola and .Pass.Fla. Agt. Pen c: ;.t: ''.r'!

: ,,:
?f" '" / -? interest at .5 cent. annum 1d
I per per ,
Raving, ecnred the serrices of an expert i.ep Busy pay- ,
repairer we beg to notifythe public able semi-annually. : rJ \1'
that we are now prepared to overhaul, Some and Teachers ,Bagdad Oct. 1.-The region here GA.FLA.&ALA.RY. : 4
aduJust or rebuild all makes ot typewriters Pupils suffered greatly from the recent H. a DeSILVA, A. GREENHUT J. S. Reese. R. M. GARY CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT' LINE n .1't -
and adding machines and'cash regis No'loafers will 'be tolerated in Pen- President. Vice-President. Treasurer. Secretary.Directors 1 -
ters. All work'guaranteed. Estimates fill GatheredYesterday But storm the water rising three feet sacola] during the city's present con l -H. Q. DeSilva/ A. Green hut, Knowle Hyer A. V. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta, j&1. I
ed. Telephone us and we will send for higher than its ordinary height.and dition. The ,anti-loafing ordinance Clubb, C. H. Dorr O. E. Maura Sol Cahn. J Ga. r ;
or.can.and
your machIne. make an exam- the whole inundated. 43 South Palafox.
. ination and estimate. Dismissed For One country being wilt be strictly"enforced. And the city ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT i-;.444;
mWs'and the roads ,
Water in the on officials intend to see that tfrery man ............................................... to ,<, ,

PensacolaTypewriter Week. was piled five to with ten feet-deep.debris and The all streetsare wires right who has away.no ,Job' gets one, and that Southwest Georgia and West :it} .1:

down. The Bay Point and Robin. Florida. ; i
are Loafers can no longer have the excuse f ;
The opening of the sixteen public son Point'mills report'.heas-y.damage of "no*work*.to offer for thereis City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
Exchange schools of the city which,was to have Lin-; :
occurred yesterday morning. was an .abundance of it 4t good pay.: Denomination 1000.00 each. Dated January 1st 1908. Maturing January1st Steamer Carrabelle, '

and men are in demand. everywhere 1936. Redeemable an. 1st. 192$. Interest Payable Semi-Annually. Fla. 'i t,
until
postponed until next Monday or
PHONE The city needs & large number to
1369313315.Brent WE'OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN I 'If.fi I
such time as weather conditions are T.ANDREW BAY whom it will:pay good wages U.they and :
Building more settled'and the school Buildingscan are ready to go to -work. If they AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. GA., FLA. & ALA. RY. t--l, .
be placed in a condition to be insist on loafing then,the eit' will Low rates quick service, to TalJaha.Ie. .- ,
occupied. take them ,ttp. andsr 'the ton and Cuthbert, Ga.
When the downpour of rain came and suspicion_ ordinance s'd give For Rates and Information write to -I-'I t''

Ice Coal Charcoal and yesterday morning. Superintendent HIT HARD DYHURRICANE them about thirty days on the Pensacola, Fla. J. H. McWILLIAMS ., '
';
Cook who anounced Saturday after- streets when they will: hare to work : !
Q .F. & P. A., Cambridge Ga. "' ,
Wood noon that the schools would open for nothing.It .
made a trip about the city,to allthe; was reported yesterday that 'it
in the schools. At all of the schools fce about one-hundred negroes were Idle 1..BB.'f01f GZ5T!: PsismLe7. T$. wsns, VWe-PuSJDJln.!
Delivered
'anywhere found the teachers and some pupils at GouWing but when one of the B.M-lfcBICml.: .CiaatiB. MAKSnELD UOKHSTO.t ..QAftma I

city. We can,supply you in and these he dismissed until next officials of the railroad went there' Citizens National Bank COFFEE ; 1f:

and our serviceis :Monday. From now xmtil that date and offered them work at good pay
any quantity efforts will be made to. place the only three were ready to make a C .,MaoaU, nod .
always prompt. Phone damaged school buildings in condi-- livelihood. The balance preferrd to QtXfCTORS, "t 1k
363. tion and the superintendent hopes St. Andrews Bay Oct. L-The get out of Guilding and when the u_.w.WrlcM.. )fOVTiO Ber '.t.B.W.M t. KH t L&bW4m. L.JDltca CtNc.! IVff are the Pioneer .. "

that the weather will permit this storm here Wednesday Thursday and official told them It was work or he I *EIIAL B&HtlNG BV8W183 nUNSACTTO Coffee :
; Roasters of
work to proceed without interruption Friday was terrific. The tide rose six intended reporting them to .the officials I ti;

E. G. SEWELL, and if so it is very probable that'the feet higher than in fifty years. they alfletfand walked up-the West Florida 'I.MdHIIOH'SBLENOS .
session will commence next Monday. The wind came from the.eastdrlv', track but are no doubt now back In
28_ TARRAGONA STREETBatteries If not then It will postponed until ing the waves, from the gulf entirelyover town again.It : -,1 :T.
the neck of land at the Is the Intention,to keep the saloons -
entrance
such dates as the buildings can be re
paired and everything made ready. to the harbor. Every wharf on the and club rooms closed Just so v:
bay was demolished and the damage long as the present conditions exist xsuiCOLONIST I ,
aggregates many thousands. When the people quit loafing around 'J:'.
corners and settle down to work then I ;;l'
The wharves at Panama City and
Cromanton were destroyed and the the saloons ,will open. They were have no equal. Atrialwiliconvincethecon. "
NOT HIT 50WERE O DAD beach between here and these townsis to bave opened yesterday afternoonat .
with 5 o'clock but the orders were revoked. ?t"nolsseur
piled high wreckage. The '
Durmg the day the bars in DAYS ARE AGAIN HERE. ..
All kinds of Electric Bat- I stores here were four feet deep with all the social crabs were ordered that we :" t .

teries for launches. I have water.rIvLs0LDWRS. closed. _ -. makenecxtravagsntclams. f;':;

just what,you want. Ask me NAVAL; ;I TO-DAY and every day until October Slit the MISSOURI ; .' I '
v PACIFIC RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. will ..II|| .
about:them. KLEIN GROCERY J
cheap Colonist Tickets to CALIFORNIA OREGON and NORTH.; : '

DRIVEN INSANE.A WEST.Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. On. throw oh SAINT' Wholesale and RetailGROCERS 1

STORESMENH. CO.BUILDING LOUIS, KANSAS CITY SCENIC COLORADO and SAL.'rCITY. LAKE .
E. W. Peake -. a ,The others via MEMPHIS and EL PASO.. TEXAS.
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report has reached the, city to Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tickets and ten ;L .':
Electrician. the effect that five.of the men who WAS. CONDEMNED, ? BY THE CITY days on Northwest Tickets.No .-

L. Covington Says Condi-i passed through at Fort such'a McRae harrowing during the experience YESTERDAY, iT.IEING FOUNDTO ) changes. Through Tourist Sleeping Cars every day. and all kinds ol Feed


New_ Star Laundry Building.Refreshing tion Is Much Brighter hurricane demolished when the, were post driven was completely Insane BE 'UNSAFE.The HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS. Stuffs. f Y j\,

by their terrifying strugglewithwind TO ARKANSAS TEXAS OKLAHOMA LOUISIANA INDIAN -
ThanFirst .Repo'rts'I and wave and are now under TERRITORY AND MEXICO.
I treatment the naval building at the corner of Main Water
hospitaL is Pluto
I Had It. not believed that the insanity will:be and Palafox .streefs, occupied by the 'J.j:J
will be Allowed
permanent ,and the early recovery :of Klein 'Gl'ocery Company was con- Q A Days Limit on These Tick- .

The later reports' which have all is expectedTHERE'S. demned by the'city yesterday and noon OUets which will be sold on September 4: and :
come In' indicate ,that the naval will be allowed to occupy it for Wholesale and Retail*
stores industry has not suffered near-i business purposes In its present state. 18, October 2 and 16.LIBERAL. ,
ly so severely as at, first supposed. I The building Is one ot the old two-

H. L. Covington. of the (,ansoUd&-j A RECORDOF story structures and could not withstand I g STOPOVERS. New Orleans Grocery Co. -i'-
There's ted Naval Stores Co. received & yes.I the nurages of the hurricane I 5 See the New Country.
feeling so
Go
no
terday's mall a great many letters and rain of-the-past few days. 8 Literature Mailed on Request '
delightfully refreshingas from operators different directions 53 YEARSBack Free :
for the most part Framing Work- Stood. C I. E. REHLANDER, I McHugh
that well- and these letters I of every bottle of Hostetters fi Jas. ,
given by of thestrength
11 contained cheering news.There Stomach Bitters The hurricane was a test Traveling PaMenoer Agent.
laundered linens;; just I was practfcaHy' .no damage wonderful merit as You a guarantee are therefore of its of theframe of the Blount C ChaUanooga, Tenn. Phone "05. Proprietor. .
'Mr.! Oovington in of erection.
east of Milton said building tow course
such as turned out by of Brewton. The not making an experiment when you the in its
and none north decide to this The tact that building present .. '
main' damage seems to have been try soverign remedy.' "unfinished state withstood the e--------'-'- -" ---- --- "" GULF CITY COFFEE CO !.

west of Pensacolabut even thereit Hostetter'sStomach fierce'blotf ehows' that it Is strongly] ,. -
The Star Steam was not. so severe but that all built and that when it Is completed: Real Estate Transfers. southeast % of the southeast M of Sea H. P. CHIPMAN. Man.get.Roasters. .
will right along 14. Tp S N.R Jl VT thence north 70 yards,
go
of the operators win be able to withstand almost
Laundry with their work. Bitters It \ to' a Ust of the real estate thence east 79 yard, thence ontb 70rarda. Blenders and Shippers of -
Mr., Covington ,feels greatly relieved shpuid be your first'choice because It eniwind pressure. trackers recorded yesterday furnished by thence west 70 yaMs, to point of
he wants always cures Poor NOTICE.AD the Pensacola, AbsTSH. Ca: beginning-J10O.Ibert Fine Coffees -
and
37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 by these reports Appetite, Belching, DEEDS. A. Oubbs to Harry W. GIbb -
the navalstores people generally to Sleeplessness Dyspepsia, Indigestion, members attend of Joppa the Lodge No meet-6, are C. EDam to The Board of Public AD of lots 2 and 4, block 151. New City OUR COFFEES ARE SOLO BY ALU _
Pensacola, Fla. is Costiveness requested to regular at a stake 100 Tract 1100 and further and valuable
Beginning good
the situation not near- Female Ills and Malarialever. .
that
know lag at their ball at ?:3* p. m.' Business easTof the southwest corner of the considerations.: GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. ;
ly so bad as was 'a.t' first feared. Try It to-day- of Importance wul be transacted. yards (-

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51 lOUIS- W AS S THE STU-flF PaintAddsValueto f' REliEF ruinNG53,421.50 Howes Celebrated l..



OUR DAMAGE IS SLIGHT Property $3.00 Hats


EXCITED BYCOOPER E ESCAPE C JROMl. For every dollar's worth on'yo of N $ .n, : AT =


paint good Paint-you pot _

A few hundred will cover : house, you add several STONE'STHE 1
.. Victims of
;0 Unfortunate the
: our entire loss. The damaged .... l. 5TiTION dollars to its value, for the difference

in price which propertyin Storm Being Cared for
stock has been
L already set ; ,
good repair will bring over
aside and a new roof is being (Continued fg-omFlrst Page) building is by no By More Fortunate
shabby
I The Young Man's Medicines .a
; -. put on to protect our immense boat.came with The such blinding force-ti3t sheet it of felt raiD like means measured by the-actual Neighbors.The HABERDASHER

c stock. We are still Have Seemingly Done leaden hail, and the raging hurricane cost of the improvement. -

rolled the surt higher and higher calculation have fund subscribed
relief
In this we total by
i serving our many customers, All Claimed For fall It seemed as though we wer the citizens of Pensacola to their less
insurance feat.
c and want them all to come in 1 being carried out to sea. not included the fortunate neighbors, who suffered 222 SOUTH PAUFOX STREET
Them. Capt. Broadbent' Crew. saving of the
property
ure-the from the storm now aggregates
and the fine line of fall
see "The brave crew did all in their I3.42L50. The fund now stands as
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from decay.0
We power to keep the boat head on to -
; goods we have. have+ follows:
st. Louis Oct. L-This ,city is at the sea and to keep her afloat It Good paint looks well, protects Paid at Journal Office
storm shoes, rubber shoes, present in the midst of an excitement was life or death. and ever>on real well lasts welL Previously acknowledged ...$ 624 00 ClothesCleaned
beyond anything that it has experienced ized it. The water broke into the W. N.. Van Pelt............'.. 10 00
; umbrellas, rubber coats, crav- in recent years. : boat with nearly "every sea and It There, are many imitations J. R. Meade:................ 25 00

enettes, etc. Old and ypung. rich and poor all: took the hardest kind of bailing she rose to of paint which do none of these W. H. Nort1 up.............. 25'00Merchanto and Pressed
seem to have become beside them-! keep her trom swamping as Transfer Co....... 10 00
selves over an individual who was a I: to the tops of the seas that towered things, yet cost as much or Gulf City; Club' .,........... 40 00
stranger to St. Louis until two weeks like mountains above her. more than straight white lead 1-.. M. Dunn ...:............. 504) clothes To hare your fall and winter

ago.The Daylight Broke. and linseed oil the best paint. Cash ......,.................. 300Total. repaired cleaned and pressed in and
man who has created all this "At last daylight broke (Thili'sday put good

turmoil Is L. T. Cooper. President of morning) and no land in sight- ...........-1.$742 00 condition send them to us.
the Cooper Medicine Co., of Dayton, nothing but a raging surf mountain We do everything In Qiat
Ohio who is at present introducing high all around 'us. We had a conv < Red Seal Collected by Chamber of Commerce line and guarantee our work
? THE JOHN WHITE STORE I 9 o'clock Committee.Previously to be done as well as
his preparations in this city for the pass on board.and, about any establishment
first time. I Capt. Broadbent.ordered the men to Pure White Lead acknowledged ...$%,%89 50 in West Florida.
Cooper is a man about thirty raise the anchor and steer northwest J. A. Merritt & Co........... 15 00 Ladles work a specialty. Gentlemen's -
yearsof
age who has acquired a. fortune I "As soon as released from her anchor Obd by the 014 Dstca fzooea) J. S. McGaughey............ 10 00 1 membership rates
within' the past two years by the sale the boat shot ahead through the' Welles Kahn Co. ............ K; 00 SLOO per month. All work
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear ..... ...... .. .
of some preparations of which he Is mist and rain without the use of H. Muller . 15 00 called for and delivered.
the owner. oars being driven by the treme-idous is the 'acknowledged. standard.See H.Baars&Co.10000 Phone 1313.Escambia' .

Phone 225 Reports from Eastern cities that force of the gale. which still blew that it is used on your house. Theo. Baars ................. ._ 25 00
205.207 S. PALAFOX preceed the young man here were of: with$ awful fury. W. S. Keyser Co. .......... 100 00Scarritt (
the most stratling nature. Many of' Land Is I Sighted. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Moreno ............. 25 00 Pressing Club
the leading dailies going so far as to I' "In a short time-.the glad eight of Clack AT.. cad 10th St.. St. Lo U.. Ho. \\'. L. Bell .................. 25 00
state that he had nightly cured In pine trees met our gaze and we discovered The Lewis Bear Co.. ..s..s.. 50 00 9 E. Intendenda Street,

._, ., public places deafness of years' that we were near Woolsey'A. For.tale by first class dealers.
-ti --- ---' -- with .............. Walter Moulton, Manager.
.................................................... standing physicians one of of the his East preparations.The contradicted out-oro"and:;,prp.i helped>the-drag&ecewe the- ooat all leaped over Total 2,679-60

this statement, claiming the tangled underbrush and wreckage to Grand total.......$3,421 50 MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY
TELEGRAMS
i I MR. MERCHANT: i thgig: to be impossible but the facts tha hard road where we made her Pay the Treasurer.The BY LIFE ASSURANCE I
seemed to bear out the statement fast to a tree. Chamber of Commerce Committee Incomes are maintained mortgages
; : Do you want to sell more goods? 'Evernotice i that Cooper actually did so. "From there we took the military. UNDELIVERED' requests all of those who have protected, debts secured undeTe'poet! ci'
: In consequence people flocked to road waist deep ia water. fc-1 we subscribed and who have not paid to enterprises guarded business render
t how the crowd all go to 'the store him by thousands and his prepara reacheed Odd Fellows tall and at pay their subscriptions at once' to ed safe investments given permanen* -,
: .that ,is brilliantly lighted? fling sold like wildfire. that place kind friends took us In the treasurer W. N. Roberts, at the value. and capital preserved. A polr! t
I Many of these stories were regarded charge and sent us to the marine hos- Following messages undelivered up First National'Bank.. !'n THE EQUITABLE does all this; .-
: LIGHT YOUR STORE WITH as fictitious in St. Louis and until pital where every attention was to 2 a. HL, to-day account congested and more-provides for the family af. ....,
i Cooper actually reached this city little shown n$ and our Immediate wants business' and inability to get all delivered An Awful Cough Cured. ter your death. Send us your name;
I : GAS ARC LAMPS : attention was paid to them. Hardly relieved by the officers. and men .ia promptiy. Parties will confer Two years ago our little girl hada age and address.KNOWLES
had the young man arrived, however charge. touch of pneumonia 'which left her n
t They give more light and better light than had he began demonstrations. "The next morning (Friday) aftera favor by calling. Wires are crowdedat with an awful cough. .She had BROS.. InsuranceTypewriters.
i as ,he calls them; in public and daily good night's sleep,,we went bacK present, but 'we are making every' spells coughing, just like one with ==-
any other lighting agency and at smaller : met people afflicted with deafness to where our boat was moored and effort to repair as, '.rapidly as possible.I' the whooping cough and some
; : cost. $7 installs lamp. and with a single application of one sailed away for the city, being pick CROCKETT thought she would not get ''well at I
,
A. Mgr
: of his preparations actually made ed up enroute by my uncle,, Mr. Burton G. j i phI, t*> rot .*, bottle of Chamber- C .
deaf people hear again.In ., who had come toHoofc* for us Anderson Mr.; Aycock, T. J; Iain's Cough Remedy, which acted
: Pensacola Gas Company : addition to this work Cooper ad- In a launch." iG Armstrong, H.; Angelito Angelo,; like a charm. She stopped coughingand I| The best Standard Typewriters offered!

vanced the theory that stomach "..: Korcodlla, Geai; Ashman,. Gus Bredt, got stout and fat," writes MOra .(, for ten days only at a great sacrifice
: : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. trouble was the foundation of nine 4 Bosaard Brubaker m. This for cash.
oat of ten diseases and claimed to MRS. THORNTON G. E.; Burton Capt. ..7.A.; Buzzett remedy "Is for :sale by all, sts.'f' One Remington, No. 7. Been used

:.............................. ....................: have a preparation; that would restore I J.. .' I Will; Burgoyne. "Caleb; Bleth, O. J.; I I --- C months perfect 'condition ..,. ,$35.00:

the thus stomach rid of to such working troubles order rheumatism and DIES IN NEW YORK Bollard, D.: S.; Baker, ,..Florence; I II '!I|cI fte Sewlsr- Boon.'A One Fay...Sholes.......,.No......9....Fine......condition ,....-S25.00
get as '
I Beard, John S.;, Baars & Co., H. H; !! : : sewing room depends upon the extent -, One Underwood, No. 4. Been used
and affections of the
:_, and liver in about two weeks'kidneys time. O'f.I Berman, Dan; Bingham A. R.; Belt of the Industry; carried on therein three weeks. Bran new .........7900

This statement seems to have been zer John J.; Bergas.. Maggie; Berry 'l'he'inore important filings.which,win One No. .7..Blicfcenderfer........... .. Good condition -
ORDERS FOR MOULDINGS AND ............flS.03One
borne out by the remarkable results I EXPIRED THERE YESTERDAY. AFTER H. L.; Biebighauser, Hazel;' Chandler make it'.a comfort and pleasure to( No. 3, Fox. Practically bran

obtained through the use of this preparation Catherine; Carroll. D. C.:; Crawford :work in are an old pier glass which new .?...........................$7000
t ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK and now all St. Louis Is ap.. I UNDERGOINGSURGICAL B. F.; Clubbs A. V.; Custodian yon'can' either hang or..have mounted One No. 3 Fox Been used two
rarently mad over the young man. I Post Office; Creary James: Castello, months ... ..............$55.59
OPERATION. and If possible, a' discarded piece of :3F .Vhibi. Sh'two
; One No Been Heed
furnished promptly. Our lumber is well- His headquarters resemble a veritatle W. J; Calom Elder Carmlcheal.' furniture of 'the "dresser: variety months ........................S.eJI
stampede. Thousands of peopleare Jack: Crosby Dowd H. M.; Ellis A.
telegram from New! York, conveying .which win give:a.nilrror.to. stand opposite am overstocked and wOI offer the 1
visiting him each C. C.
i seasoned and of day and the ; Elmore G.; Farley J. W.; Ferguson above for ten days only, for cash.
S superior quality stock. druggists are selling his medicinesin the sad intelligence that Mrs. Henrietta; Fraprell, Perry W.'; It. This can be turned a little
enormous quantities. H. H Thornton had died"' there during Grant, .L.L.. .; Green Jr, Atty.; so that it Is possible to get a full length
What seems to make Cooper still the day, was received in Pensacola Greene J. C.; Hill John Rev.; Harris' e'W'both back and front., A table F. B. BRUCE
I more popular is the fact that he prac- yesterday afternoon. Mr. Thorntonwas Jas. B.; Harris Thos.; Herron F.; long enough to ,hold.a skirt can be 21 Brent
3aunders Mill Company tices extensive charitable work and with his wife at the time andba Hclloren. Pensa. Gro. Co.; Hall, Dr. found In a kitchen table often and, by Building.
,
has already dispensed a small fortune been present at her bedside for several -Wilmer S.; Jones Capt; Jones,.Cad; having an extra leaf put on the back Ret
i Fhone 717. 21 Cast Garden the Is this days.
Street. among poor city.
T. A.
Jennings Johnson, Aaron
;
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How long the tremendous Interestin Mrs. Thornton was taken to New I you can "square" It wbeu'an extra THE TIME HAS COME
Job, L. F. 800 E. Gadsden Kennedy,I
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fJ __ Cooper will last Is hard. to estimateAt York, City under the :advice of her J. H; Kendall Chas.; King.; J. w.; I large table ia wanted.. ,This shape and
present there seems to be no physician,'several weeks, :ago, and was Kohler J. W.; Kilpatrick O. T.; 'Mc', size: are especially called for' when do- TO OVERHAUL
.----- sign of a letupPhJ"siclan claim It being treated there for peritonitis Milan, Dr.. D. R.; McDavid; McVoy, log a circular skirt. WKh Krapbasket. cHt
to be a fad that will die out as soon a surgical operation havimgfbeen performed V. L.; McCanto; Men wee; Master S. workbasket and 'a hamper for keep your Fur and Winter Clothing, and the
Goal and Ice for Sale. Winter and Summer. as Cooper leaves.In 'a few days sine While it S. Ibet; Marks, Cayle; Millview Carter Ing rolls of linings and materials that end place:repaired to send, them I ii the to be preMed cleaned Rl
justice to him, however. It must was known that tbe lady was In'vefT a L.; Marshall M. W.; Moore Al- are left bits of which may be,wanted nand
Get our prices before orders. We be..saId that he already seems to have critical condition the news of pea; Morasso & Co.; ,Morris Richard any time and with a low folding table Pensacola Dyeing, Cleaning
placingyour accomplished a great deal for the silk her death will nevertheless prove a
Maher, W. J.; Mackey. H. J.t Mayorof and one low and one high chair, and
; sell Jellico of this city with his preparations. great shock to her numerous friends Club.
and Alabama Pressing
Galloway best :
lump: coal. all over the city. Pensacola; Mercy, F.: Moore Wm. the machine., your sewing room Isequipped.
We still maintain our ice C.; Miller C. E.; Lane M. Jr.; Levey -
up-to-date delivery The deceased is survived
lady by
a The bet equipped ntlbl/.bmeat/ In
Sidney Lockey, J. B. Isham, A. W.
system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is JOHNSON & SON husband' three sons Messrs. Earle.!' Rawls;W. A.- Rotchild; M.; Saunders; A manikin and a tree rack, which work.West Florida for doing this kind of
Dudley and Pressley, her mother. garments can be hung on when halffinished CI
i 25 cents per hundred pounds. or over. Phone 232. Mrs., Annette Knowles of this city I E. E. Sheppard. W. B. Atty.; Spencer are'also great helps.
J. W.; Sims, Sarah; Staples; Sharps Altering of' Men's and Women's
j The Moore Ice Company IN BRENT BUILDINGGOODS three Miss Julia sisters.Knowles Mrs. Osmond and Mrs.Durant.Albert I W. R.;- Smith C. V.; SUne. C. F.: A much larg amount 'of sewing is t
I apt to be Clothes
Taylor J. F.; Tobin D.; Thompson accomplished In tbe'house in a Specialty.
Hver of this city and'Mrs. Leo Super-
: Factory Corner Garden and Manresa Streets, villa of Havana. W., K.; Vetter; Weaver A. D.; Wolfe which there is a place where balf.finished Our term reasonable f al.
P. O. Box, 422. Phone 232 The remains will be brought here A. .L.; :Wolf, H.; Walker G. L.; work caD be left as it is possible satisfaction.are on air work.and we guarantee so
,NOTi DAMAGED WILL BE for burial and will probably reach Walker J. M; Williams, Ed. Gro I to take advantage.of every bit of spart f {
-- -" ON SALE THERE TOMORROW Pensacola to-morrow. Co.,; Williams, J. E.; Williams LII- I time, which never' woftld be done 11 Reese & Mendel
lie; White J. E.; Whales, Melen; things had to bigot outTalked Prop'trsNo. .
MORNING GLASS White H. C.:; Young N.; County 13 N. Palafox Street. Phone 675. tIe
AND. B. GLAZING.E. WELLS. 10 E. INTENOENCIA. Supt.; Graiir, Dr. John Newton; Nor Skop*.. ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND 'I
ton. A.F.; Kno Annie; Heightower DELIVERED. Jlu

i: I n. G. Wm. Johnson & Son were very S. M.; Molse, DeLeon. barber's"I spent chair a pleasant rday.half" hour in a 4 't1:

DeSilVA & COMPANY busy goods yesterday in the arranging double store their at stockof the TtTwo --- Wittich: Str.Cables.Irthlngton; Str. Dom- "TJow was thatt""Listeningto.ycst, _..,..l k>k:

ira; Str. Tugela "Kirkland Ceruti the barber's) story oJ
north end of the Brent building where : ; ; ;
Can fill orders for lumber sash doors window they moved the undamaged portion of Waysto Capt. Arneson. how his brother..vent snddenry lasanc ion
$
I their stock after the storm. .' and slashed a customer. The" barbe. The
Glass and all material.We Fortunately the great bulk of the 'Wounds, Bruises and Burns. explained between strokes, that iosaultj Beer ;
stock down stairs*was not damagedat By applying an' antiseptic dressingto ran in his family.. -COlumbus. Presg
won't be able to. make special work all, and in this was a great deal wounds bruises. burns and like injuries Post. .
of their new fall stock which was before' inflammation sets in of SatisfactionRed
for
few
Send :
a days., orders. r
your still in the boxes and had not yet Dress WellOne they may be healed without maturation -
been opened. They hope to have and in about one-third the time
these goods" on display ready for sale required by the old treatment Thisis
Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. by to-morrow morning ..: the greatest discovery and triumphof No DamageAt
Their ,way is to go\to modern surgery. Chamberlain'sFain
damaged goods will be left at Heart Beer is one =
r the old stand and will .be sold out the custom tailor and Balm acts on this same princi
from that place the sale pIe. If is an'antiseptic and when applied \ ,
: --I---- inadayortwo., beginning pay thirty to sixty dollars to such injuries causes them to of the. few beers that always t ";;

t : ....$eo..o.e o .. ..eo ....+ Their_hardware stock was,not dam- ; the other way is to heal very quickly. It also allays the gives-1*satisfaction. i "
: aged at all and their store is now suitBUILT pain and, ,soreness and prevents any All '
buy a .
.
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a
: We have just received at Pensacola a cargo of : open. bottle of Pain Balm in your home I It never varies. It is

: 5000'barrels Brand first BY THE and it will save you time and money. j always pleasing to the
Eagle quality : NOTICE! not to mention the inconvenience and
HOUSEOFCUPPENHEIMER
.
;. On suffering such injuries entail. For -' taste and mild. It does
of
account washoutsthe *
sale all
i I i Belgium Portland Cement f fin L. '& N. railroad can only by druggists.NOTICE.; not make you bilious or

Goods all fresh and to'
operate out of Pensacola for So easy, so sure andso new select from ff
Pensacola,.Oct. 1st, 1906., -the best In the market. Come In and leave after effects.
: : cooperage. .* the present, trains No.2, satisfactory. Teachers and Patrons of the City Inspect our Hart, Schaffner & Marks, A. any

IV 4. 11:05 p. m. and No. 4, 11:55 Public Schools, Attention! B. Klrschbaunj and W. 'S, Peck Fine Beer drinkers declare it Jis J-!
: ; We.offer it t in car loads and less than car loads, : for Flomaton Prices: Unless further notice is given the Clothing: Banister TCaDcover and Dong-
a. 'm., ? and City Schools will stand las Shoes. Stetson. No Name P.1
adjourned and Bonar the best lOc beer in
i for prompt shipments. Also have in stock at Peni i points north. No trains ,be- $16.50 to 2750. until .Monday, Oct 15th Inst Hats; also a complete One of Shirts,

: sacola our tween Flomatc11'and New N B. COOK, Pajamas. Ho ery. Neckwear and Fancy the world.,
: f It will pay you to see Superintendent. Vests.- Overcoats. Cravanettes. latest -
'
t ,Apex Wood Fibre Plaster, and Texas Brand Hair Orleans. our fall and winter suits Temporary Location! styles We will and appreciate colors. your patr Q&6. -

Fibre Plaster. Lime in Carload GLASS before buying. The temporary offices of E. E.
:i Ii Keystone lots. i AND GLAZING.E. Saunders.&; Co. and E. E. Saunders:
B. WELLS. 10 Eo )NTENDENCIA. are now located In the north end of -
& j jj Your collect telegram will get our prices and the Keyser bnilding:- The \

a *<> shipments can be made the day your order comes in. i, Notice is hereby NOTICE.given that I win on CLASS .

'4, the Sth day of October, 190 apply' to AND GLAZING.. _
the county commissioners; of Escambla H. 0. ANSON E. B. WELLS. 10 E. INTENDENCIA.CREW White 6 Nix Lewis Bear Co. ;

-c: ii f Carolina Portland Cement Company i ferry county across Florida.the.for Escambla license to river operate, near a Neither NOTICE.the .

McDavid. Florida to be operated on Section CASH ClOTHiER, nor Consignees Captain of the Owners Belle Wholesale Dealers
: II ATLANTA GA. : 33 or 42, Drury Manning Grant, Tp a Isle. wiB be responsible for ,
1 OUTFITTERS
4. Range 21 west known as the old John: toner Ptiifoi lid debts contracted by the Crew
0' MtlLl"I'
son ferry. C. H. JOHNSON.SSSeptSt. of tsaki vessel Pensacola Fla.TT' tL

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