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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 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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VOL. IX NO. 240. PENSACOLA- FLORIDA., SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 8.; 1906. PRICE 5 CENTSBNGROSSBD.BY

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I THE I GREAT DAMAGE RED. CROSS STANDS- READY SCHOONER JENNIE HULBERT "1 i J




CUBAN SITUATIONpresident TO; RENDER ASSISTANCE. VICTIM, OF THE HURRICANE1"Iillj' ', & :


TO THE CITY OFNEORLEANS :. I '

and Advisors Are I TELEGRAM"?ROM" SECRETARY OFFERING TO 1 i iSheIs
UOY: : Dismasted and Abandoned) I 4.: !
WISHESTO SEVER
STORM Ii
Keenly Alive to Impor- FORWARD SUPPLIES OR MONEY-AD- Found In Gulf By ,:.1\

tance of Matter. I MIRAL. CAPPS NOTIFIED SOCIETYThe '$1'the


ADOPT TOCHILDREN -. Up. BarkNagpore.t' 1 1
AT POINTS
famous Red Cross has tenderedits by forwarding supplies or money. Admiral : : t

SENATOR FORAKER Reported That Levee Above assistance to the destitute of Pen Capps"of the navy department CREW LOST AT SEA 1 ; :

sacola, but like all others the ,offer suggested that we commtmicate with .

Has Broken and City is was thankfully declined by the relief you. If so please state what supplies -" ti of ,
SOUND "
Intervention But committee. Admiral Capps, who was are most needed. Address rely to \
Approves I Inundated.STORM Evidently Battled the Gala
I recently here to inspect tie naT Red Cross War Department Wash- ,',
"
Not Annexation. I yard notified the society of the conditions ington. In Vessel's Lifeboats.

that prevailed here, but did'not CHARLES L. MAGEEL
If Any Were Left Destitute WAS STILL RAGING WHEN know then that the citizens could '-,." Damage to Property at Gar- .

SENATOR ELKiNS BELIEVES ANNEXATION PARTIES CONVEYING THE REPORTS take care of the destitute The society The Reply. WRECK SIGHTED ABOUT TWO 4 -
and Homeless by the ner's and Mary EstherIs
I offered either money or sup "Charles L. Magee Secretary, Red '
OF CUBA DESIR- LEFT THERE-TELEGRAMS HUNDRED MILES SOUTH OF 1 a
Hurricane.Among plies. The-1eleir'am proffering assistance Cross, War Department. Washington
I TO SAME EFFFECT RE- Very Heavy. PENSACO '
JOHN -CARRIED ABOUT
ABLE- SHARPE WILLIAMS was received "last and D.rhank C. :

SAYS UNITED STATES IS NOT!! CEIVED AT FLOMATON. Chairman ShenHi's. reply, are as follows you very sincerely for kind I BY THE TIDES IT IS A MENACE < t:

the communications receiv : ? offer of October fourth just received. Special to The JournaL TO t i '
NAVIGATIONCAPTAIN
I
JUSTIFIED IN STEPS THAT yesterday was one from a lady "J. HJtEberrfH, Chairman Relief Com- Situation well in hand and Gamier, Oct. 5.-Tbe worst storm

HAVE BEEN TAKEN. led : to adopt one or two chil- Reports of great damage to New mittee:" Chamber ,of Commerce of Pensacola amply able to In the recollection of the oldest inhabitant i KNOWN HERE. l:y

if any were left homeless by Orleans by a high wind early yesterday Pensacola Fla needs. cittize1-1 visited this section Wednesday I I

I the hurricane. It -was received by morning and later f by the Jefferson ."Red Cross Society wishes to be"im- *J. H. and Thursday. At times the wind I Dismasted and abandoned the 4

Special to The JournaL the mayor and any one knowing of parish levee breaking above the formed if it can assist lour committee "Chairman Relief, Committee., blew at the rate of 75 miles an hour, American schooner Jessie .t
t Halbert
Washington, Oct 5,-The Cuban\two orphan children that need a city were brought to the city last I and the tide rose to the unheard of .ttl
-- --- which only a few months since wa .
tzation 13 engrossing the attention good home, should notify the ,mayor. night. None of the reports however, t
height of S feeL There is not a person
riding safely at anchor in this bar _
t the President and his advisors The letter he received was as follows could be confirmed those who
by TEN CHINAMEN BREAK FOR either on the bayou or sound, bur was found by the Norwegian i r
sore than any other subject of na- : heard them early in the evening. less.
who has .cot suffered more or bark Nagpore, as that vessel was on 4
ccial interest. Now that,the United -Sparr Fla, Oct 2, l&O. About midnight however, the train Perhaps,the worst sufferers is the the voyage to Pensacola from East !

.res Las taken steps. to restorer "Mayor of Pensacola Pensacola Ha. due in the city from Mobile at '6:0 LIBERTY FROM SALTMASH Pryor Jim Company which lost its Loojcm about 200 cxile& south of -

in Cuba and place that -'Dear'S1r-Are there any orphans and the mail clerk
ruquility I o'clock arrived, store building and contents at Mary !.. No one was aboard the ; '
firm basis the thought left destitute by the awful storm snivel and the mail clerk stated '
country cn a o'clock Esther the schooner Hfflery, and pos boats and compass were gone and .
of the administration win be of that I would ,like to get one or two real that he heard from passengers coming ton! the cook had made a grievous sibly 150,000 feet of lumber.. It is.everything even Lie store, Indicated -

Lar4: Republic. The President is up- nice children to rear as a gentlemmor' ; into'that city early in the day But Failed in Two Attempts, error in preparing his menu-he had possible that some salvage may bed I that the captain and crew bad left
I
,!j by everyone of prominence in a lady. I have friends to whoa I from New Orleans that much damage oaiittedchcp uey, and 'substituted had from the HlHery and the lum I the vessel and battled with the hurricane
.
I could refer jou I -do not wish as Special Watchmen some American dish unfit for the
tls course toward the Cuban goveraceat. had been done the cffy. and that i
: ber. The lumber was on lighters and in small boat, but it is very .
any children with parents as they stomachs of the Celestials and there s '
might interfere; and I value good I water'was'standing in many portions Called for Assist- was discontent which grew Into re- the Hillery at the time of the storm deoMfol if they reached shore or arci

Senator Foraker of Ohio thinks it blood with bright minds so that i from four to fire feet in depth.'These beK'on: and they an determined to was in Pensacola harbor. II rescued though they are in the coarse 1:1-:

is the duty of the United States to passengers left there yesterday morning ance.CHINKS. desert the,ship and make a break for Mr. Clarence Brooks had bis launch ,of vessels bound for gulf ports.
I they can take advantage of their opportunities -
intervene, not however for the pur-I I will, certainly do my I and said that a storm was then liberty.Fought For Uberty. badly damaged Mr. Some had his CaptaIn Gjerdesea cf the N'a.gpore.1I11kh. e .
of annexation, t".ii to re-establish sad been
vessel entered
lose and much damage Thursday, reported
I best for them as I love children and raging Gathering on deck de firemen an- boathouse swept away and with It his
thority and upholding a lawful government am the last living member of the done. DISSATISFIED CN AC. nounced that they would co longer launch; but recovered the launch that he bad sighted the wrecic Y = si
-
capable of maintaining proper Last night reports were also circulated 6 remain on the ship. This aaou&ce- Mrs. Harris floating about the gulf and had low. ,
family. COUNT OF ALLEGED OVERWORK practically uninjured. '
international relations. He does that telegrams had been received meat"was in -Chinese and was not ere a boat and gone aboard. The'
MISS JESSIE A. OWGN'S.THE had her store and dwelling "house
not think a majority of the people at Fkrmaton almost to the '" AND THE FACT THAT understood, but when they made a ,schooner wad completely dismasted fi ::
break for liberty and attempted to swept away. Mr.Watson bad his garden
cf this country want Cuba annexed: effect and that the water was -still THE COOK F AILEO'TO- SUPPLY leave the steamer by climbing over destroyed, besides the, shipyard!:i half fell of water and being carried ;i J't I II

to this country. "The Cuban people rising the sides of the vessel to tbe wharf I t about by the tide. He searched foe 1-1 :
are in many respects different from':1 SECOND DAY No Wires>In Order. THEM WITH CHP? SUEY. the officers understood what was and on the Island Capt. Asa Ward] the crew but could ILtd no one I 1 "" ,
meant did also the officer and Captain John Martin lost the
as special i
Americans They are of the Latin None of these reports could be con- aboard A doser Inspection reveal !f \ ted
Ten Celestials, the entire fire-room and they Immediately set to work fishing schooner Grade 3., whfle their! the fact that all of tie small boats '. t
race; their institutions are foundedon armed telegraph or tclepooae for corralinz tie rebellious stokers with .
: -
crew of the Enttsa 'steamer EL O. flab house is
new goneThere Awhfie'.the
the civil instead of the common tue reason that the cue wire which|i i t Salt marsh, made a break for liberty the result that after a few knocks I is hardly a wharf left on the' were: goo and also the compass :. '1.

law; they are excitable and prone to OF CLOSING has been in working: order over the!|Thursday night wfcll toe steamer awl cuffs they were returned to the, sound or bayou and there are sever condition of the store zoom
Use I! moored a'sazsig of the.Tanagoca vessel. Thin did net satisfy them, showed trot store* had been earned i' ,
I engage. }fl revolts and revolutions.IThejf'w Western Union .for the p& st week al boat laid vy hiah.&WI dry or -' I ,
however &ai aae>Kxfer'break-for liberty -! away' > '
street wtarViad bar for'Joe Be &erefore came to tie eoncfcsioa :
and when ft Wondered on tbe beack,. .Among themis ; i
was made,and this time the -
prompt action of tae special watchman the Honor tbe property CaptainAsa fSat the "veeiel had been :t '
Apeople and we would haTe trouble in went out of commission Pensacolawas made amore stubborn, tte&t. I
aboard tie vessel and Iaerthe
Ward and under the control of
abandoned the 'crew. .
slating for them if they were partof again shut off by telegraph from officers of the ship and men from .than before. Assistance was caUeJ Jones. The Bernice Is the by J. J 1
EARlY I for from'the' wharf workmen and it Captain on The Halbert was owned by Penile J
cf J I
our country. Their sugar and to- the world. The wire went down rs-y; the wharf the Cb'oaznen or some beach near the lighthouses In the narrows I
them would now be in this country. :was only a f"lbeflJrl the ton Bros, cf New York, and was
in the afternoon and to midnight The Duck stands Smack
up on
tacco would into
come competition
firemen bar aboard. aol sbort-
t The entire'erew of the Saltmarsa were }: bound from Moss ; -
Point for a South
Point The boat owned by Mr Dun : '
I vita oars if they were annexed. The communication had not been restored i is composed of Cai&amen and the ly afterwards in Stea'* find later 41 ;;
0.1{: A search of the can was badly damaged and Is near American port with a cargo of lum { { "I
versus
JaB. -
senator says the administration has and the office was dosed I only Americans on board are the the county -
Caused Those Who Like a of revealed tbe fact Eiat the mouth of Don Bayou. Thus far ber. The firm also owns a large number l 1.
L3 idea of annexing the Island Repab- All trains over the- Louisville and ficers. It Is a violation of the Immi- : ibc men
three of them were armed with big there bar been no report of any loss of other schooners which hue r. -i
lie and concludes that if annexation greUoa laws and Chinese exclusion i .' .
should come it would be as the only Toddy After 7 p. m. to Nashville were late owing tothe condition act for Chinamen to be allowed !knivf and one with a pair of bass of life or any serious injury' to any traded in Peosaeota, among them the f .
the wires. The Mobile train one. .f
of
say la which to secure permanentI ashore from any vessels carrying ;knuckles Peodletcn Brothers aad the Pendle -
fix hours and also: i Yesterday 'morning the Celestials Mr Rob'nson. the mill man lost alarge "
arrived nearly late
in the island Seek the Bottle.Up I them as crew. r carried before Comm'SStoaPIMarsh amount of freight in the storm ton Sisters. It was In July that the .
Views of Elkins. reported that another blow was being To secure them the Louisville I J:were Hulbert was in this and ,
the water. port carried .
Nashville Is under bond and whenever for a heartOeh o'e could through being damaged by ii
Senator Eltins of West Tlrgtnix experienced in Mobile but that it was the vessel, which Is owned by !make himself understood *B! sneak.i His goods consisted mainly of feed. out a cargo of lames to Havaca and It

says this country is justifiable in tak- To You. not a strong one. ? tie company enters port, a. special I i lag for the crowd by said that the Manuel Brown made his first trip on the next voyage' went to Mow 1\ '
tg the step it has is Cuba. Hen The bars are open DOW, watchman Is placed aboard to see'Venxvn crew reftwed it *o back oa with his sloop since he repaired her I Point for a cargo She is a large vessel ,f_' :

the annexation of Cuba to the From six a. m. to seven; that none of the Celestials get away.j!boarl the Silt2B"r a. fri fe?"the com- Friday. He was lacky to be in safe f3r a tcaooBer and was in cow'R. -
.
United States desirable but how !And the topers' placid brow NOTES Friday afternoon the fire room j,Nrri4esloer that t-heT bad bee badlY quarters during the storm. nand of Capt. Bright, an old and experienced 1 ; t'.
NEWS
loon this win come I cannot say. He I Indicates ie is in heaven. crew started chattering among them-,;treated b"hie' Cfjainelled in fir the Captain Asa Ward did not get In mariner who is well known wand .
l2eves that in the end this country selvesand, seemed to be scmewbatexcftsL. ; wcrk of tbfrten men. and stating last week on account of the storm. liked In this port. ,t!
Tin annex Cuba at the request of her All day the sound of voices, ,Later It was discovered that:!!ItJocook'world wnt trve them So many depend upon him for their The master of the Jfasrpore reported :
people Today I believe if there And cf feet upon the rafl. OP DCFUM4Kto they were dbsa.t& ed" as the lire ..'a ion; s nfar dinner supplies that his missing a trip issorely that when be boarded the Holbert oe

corJd be a free expression of the will Told the story of, the .. room crew Is composed of thirteen f j Ti_ ec r "i 5*' 'A- orh"'e4 t"12t the felt be found a Dumber of sheet aairaiKs ;
.i."ter Pe&sacota's gale. and three had escaped when the yes-:'-PU bf butt Antic the vessel I? reads "BuddBrown Is talking of bufld-'f< tied to the mat stubs! which ,
only sad that they then be placed himself house his mother's bad evidently been placed there by
team f.-.r lag a on
to The JournaL set touched at Tampa, ; c-
And the dark brown taste succeeding I the crew to signal vessel, before they
'l Have always believed that Cuba To the merriment of night. DeFtmlak Oct. 5. Dr Hawley returned tea to do tie entire work. In adii-i aboard. I claim ttis faIL I I abandoned the schooner -

'YC"J be a part of this nation and ad- Was a proof- proof were needles from Freeport Tuesday. The steamer Florida towed away t The captain also reports Out the -t.

lie into the Union as a state." That the booze was out of.sight. Mrs. D W Burke and children the lighter loaded with lumber from I wreck Is very dangerous to navfita' "
& will be remembered that in the The Brazilian Government ?j Robinson mill Monday night last,:don being IB the track .e vessefj { 0' ;
rrt of ISO Senator ETkltre Intro- Of course, R"s very foolish are visiting in Greenville ;Ala. end she did not leave any too soon as I bound for golf ports
fie i a resolution In the Senate Fran a moral point of" viear Sunday afternoon Mr- Stephen the lumber wharf was entirely submerged -iW'

q-red after the resolution proposing To take your tod bat after an, Baker and Miss Emma Davis, both Sympathizes With Pensacola"Brazilian and would undoubtedly have I

tie admission of Texas into the Ton see it's cp to you. of Paxton were married at the Towers ben swept away ia the storm freight for parties at Mary Estber'. 1

trioa. "I then predicted what is nowarpe THE MORALIST. House Rev. Stanley Thomas 'of Mr T J. Pryor is in Pensacola this Wednesday .
to' week laying In a supply of goods, and The people at the #
"and turpentine stOT
Senator Elkias embassy request you
s. said flee restrictions placed on saloons through
Brazilian government.
ficiating.Mrs. I
The I feed and looking after his
property formerly Green and Real J ,
andrctecaoa Brazilian suffers f
b of
crier to maintain order peace I I r extend In nane gOT- i
Borrasbasseata I
I
to close 7 vfce-ecnsal, J.
the compelling the places at O. 3. Brown and juutije it Its i for there r cocrfierable loss to their stock of* -,
of 1 sympathy f
la the interest eminent our deep -
Cabaa people ,Cuba would be an-.pm,. caused many of those, who. Child who hue been visiting relativesin message of Pensaeola sympathy the to first the sugaring to be received .f the misfortune which fen upon yours The Katharyn B. and tbe mail'r'f goods In their commissary la thek tl'rltMm. .

ieii I think this government has I Eke their fuddles_ after that boor to i. Ohio, returned home Satarday. people !from a any of the foreign coun s city. Wishing that loss and suffering i launch Ruth brought In -loads of,k ::.

-*:e a mistake in not taking tubas ,! seek the bottle to drown their sorrows Miss Efie Subs is back again in tries. It is as follows: !is less severe that reported. ==== = =======:===:===:=================== : .'
-* did the Philippines and Porto I i and it is said that shortly before the the telephone office after nearly a -Xew Tort Oct. 4, 1W5- (Signed "GARCIA, off
'
Rica From the time of Jefferson un-lr I,closing hour many persona were mon'h's vacation. "J. I* Borras Brazilian ConSUL(Tiee-ConscI In charge of the Con- Four Saloon Men Were Fined ;i-: *
G of ,Cuba baa!! along the'streets with snlaieGenerat"lHorse
sow the annexation noticed going Miss FannIe Loa Cawtaon returned Pinsacola Fla.: I
been favored by nraay leading Amerkaa -I!,a. suspicions bulge to their hip pockets -
statesmen I think President I r or pecaLar looking packages iatiefr from Florala 'Tuesday. I $25 Each for Selling Liquor |sj. tit

KcKfsley hoped in some way to bring I' baada. I At tha concert given by Professor Will Be Given ,
tioot this annexation.. There was some street fads yesterday Ton Focas for the benefit of the T Show n
William Talks.Represeo.tadve i I' to tie effect that the mayor i L A. last Friday then was a. very'appreciative I For selling &i*>r after Acting the tow ', ;

John Sharp WDbja. -would probably amend .thee, restrfetuons aai-sice.. spire of the Month of October,Mayor Mauna had Issued a prociamz- There were **r ease* of this chariJ 1: ;
and allow the- saSooos to keep [weatber. Tae faCowiag program was During tica feat week ordering all caloons sets, before the court bat ia OB* '
S of Mississippi, the mlnontyS .r later hours Saturday but nothing dan rendered: I closed and &o Honor said until farther ease there was BO evidence adduced ito
iEaJ cr ia the House of Representa- in this regard was orders four saloon men were wafran'7't
nature
official
,
I I Bondon (Don: Joan Mozart Miss I
t's. does net think the United issue from Its office yesterday or Irene Brown. Peasacola's Horse Stow which I i date la sot definitely settled upon hued Iii each Ia tbe recorder's eoart guilty so be was dischargedAnoth- < i'' }1.
iaes la Justified in Intervening inv5e k r.lowtag to &e unsettled cenii on of yesterday morning; and in addition er case was eootktaed but the r ."
last nightMAYOR Boys of the Old Brigade-T. L A. occurred last Friday, re- 9 :
C1t "- in I'I [ to have reboOdtng
be was
Justified In -
L might Quartets :j the city aad tie activity the recorder took occasion to gife confer adjudged the remaining four !J .
t (.izing between; the two factions, Trio D Minor Mendekaoto Miss i bat of which few thought at that ; and a* a3 Save fsesr onrfs upon them t a talk Sport ifcspogla of lotoxf- qty a; e&arged aid Imposed a due -
ire in brfagiag' order oat of i ( ) te3 abandoned, but'. work the commfCee Will waita f cants nci a time and i
aai DID THE Cawthco Prof. C. vonFttcas.Traameref i true, has not this at for violating, of $25 and cost apon each 'I'
es"M by that act. and then we ought Snamantt. vonFccha 'I'co the contrary it *Bl ** given, and l few day oatS the great rnsb Is I i .f
t" cut of Cuba. I am afraid that aDd more over then announce a date which
TAmVram22geoer granifer
*e ?r sid Ilt some of his advisors THING accompanied by Miss If possih on would haTe been however. wBI be during the latter I
or PROPER taaa
Leben : 3Cs AEia I elaborate scale t Wrecked Vessels to Be Sold 1 1
and to of October
+"diitg' to get Into Cuba Tbompeon.Xazorka. I tae ease had ft been pen last week portion
ray Cie-e. He says that If the peo- Faotaataqoe. Popper-C.vocFocha. As soon as eondjuoos settle a little Those who were anxious and en I

lie ft Cuba would of their,own freeJ3 more the general arrangement commute tioaiastlc to ester their teams and Soon at Public Auction .
e ;ress a desire to be annexed toha THINKS "X. N. ANDREWS IN DECLINING Minuet (C Minor) Seiobert Miss i will take *S the work where rigs in'&K Horse Show are and atm It of is I .i

country,, it would be well and .C. Warren :It was left off whea the hurricane the same ffl.5Of mind ,
*** for the United States to take AID PROFFEREDBY i Lore' Old Sweet Song-T. L A. stooped everjthias. and will that 43-.1': prerHtted that the event will be aeaA ,;
entartahrfng- Two TeaeLr. wreck of ate recent r bed The former Is to be sold j.
fc"s anger tU wing because of the I :',Quartette. I nssaaee a date. Just at present the uceesstul oa j i".
MONTGOMERY.Mayor [Oct. Uta while the latter Is .
to boe
|Jr commercial bvrrkase are already advertised for 'iJ. ;
: a5hIcaI. aava! and ] I -WTBfaun TelT by Berlot and Cs-
I add flat Monday The Campbell jg .
main oboa sale the saderwrUers having nude
itagea of CUbthe bornc--Prof. vonFoc&a, f oeoetpar fed
to the annexation of Cuba. i by ]digs Cawthoa.RLapsodi of Bast Pass their decision ia. tie cues _and the ,!sow ryta east of the Tarragona -i ;
reerfved the Fishermen wharf and she will
be
BIB street told c
yesterday ** ; :
M t V that we would be adding to; which Is i Hougrsfse, No. 4, LlxztMa master deriding to sell them to the she tsa ;

i@ i!erogenity of ocr popuJarfam. following coominnication I_ M. I* CsLwtaon. big&est bidder at pciiic outcry In 1 In addition the Norwegian ski; t
nave Enough people of the negro: selfexplanatoryl&Pensacola The tropical hurricane wMc& was Boats and Equiptment ,
ace ta. this country now and we dot ., I destructive to Psasacola. ezssed eon Lose addition proposals are being bxvfudj I-Avastf- is advert&fag. lor bids foreewfsg j
'
-Hon. C. H. BSw, Mayor. I fin removing; cargoes from two her carl of lanster andlumbar -
siderabU
damage to fences
jj wast per'that trees and
under our flag ay {I
iiCt Dear Sin-Asa very Pad indeed b We without aDd others,and k Is zaticipa d that wttata .: and the custody of sum tsstfltoe 1t"6'
we neither can nor will as-: ; re. were mat fo? yesterday by Leonanl Destla.
ha bees .
assist of East Pass are ship repaired and Is l
: led ,the : i duet week stoCar will
that yoa Tb a a 2sposl6oa :
ate. it ought to be oar obj e\ to see i three days ant the wires being later The Jooraal recefred fefiorza- ready to receive it again
b awtd, as far as poaafWev any aaaaexattoa -, once of Montgomery It was very i down both ways there was BO direct .,also among those Jn almost destitute doG by man from a party residing:at be made of every vessel and cargo i Tbe Norwegian.bark Superb' Ig so 'I.
eesary of colored peo-' kind of theca aad .w H,be duty appre !o ftlonttl1 tae outside I[i jreajoetaaees with no means of raak- Destm Ffcu grvtng practically the nov en the beaevfe or r wrecked alo&g--i layl dated but we can handle the situation world. JR o fn&s&t, of coarse, can hurricane deeSr T&e people e re aide of wbarvea I .
a We oaths to discourage by Kviaocd. The same fsformat. her earo and take care of It unto =s- :-
tog a
I wWI It.aDd..I..thmk we ought ,come tag and the onlr war to reach Pass lave been for years Tie : offend for sale are
rr" ctLenris into the damaged af lot I r
their coming 4 houSes, lag eCd tor. These bid will be
open- (
be'mu creditable troyfi. the German bark Marts together ::1:1i
It win more :Peasaeolafs to take trafin Idton. engaging" to 1-1
to do SOL the to 1 BvEiood TXT ..
States, a- wrecked their earning i
of
a those the
j&t eves of their o.-a aDd and ed Tuesday JDOr1Ifa
what h.ome5. tace eM
take u ser boats
taaa to t&ei/ with all ,
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I am encIadet them with a> the flsfcifiS rrade, of Vfcfr .
afraid however. I floats and seta.leaving tAM saperfieiaJ foct of tea-I!Avoatf Monday at tU ac* :r,
to' BotTteed- The PensaeolK baseball and they ever ,
xr aaaeatka we really teaan ;. beat and nets are guns -- -u.- j"
IIaIa.'that.
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4 a jr>:,.'. .:. ; iv.. Into Tuesday.She the was:commlite's a tall girl headquarters-six, feet las at 1 I 1 DYSENTERY CURED AT 88

.. least; her hair was cropped a la
Buster Brown,. It wag towseled unkempt _-I
and; napttjtected'' from expoSure Mr. Silas Dunton
'to the e1emeats; it was <4bk>ndirf ,, '- who cele.

'Ur P' ; ed' part of its length, the balance 1 brated his 88th birthday on
; natural; evidences of facial fresco
,,--.... '--, .. applied before the storm, were vis-] April.9th,' last, and who has

': 'o 3 "J abla where the ,freckles ,of nature ... the
t < been most
; ., .. one.of highly
., ". did not predominate; her eyes were i .A ,:. ': respected -
3.c r il r ; ',< -- > Indicative unashamed: ot; her her life mouth--"blear was, bold large and I ., ,and best known mer-

but frank and good natured, and ;a:' chants forth past 60 years in
through the stain.of snuff which was I

exuding. from both comers. of the 1: Mfllbury,_Mass., thanks Duffy'sPure'
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mouth, the Inevitable gold tooth of I X:9i ; .
better days appeared; her peck was : Malt Whiskey for his

scrawny and lean, as was her whole youth and vigor.
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anatomy; she trsa. attired In a dress
of some flinjsv; material of black friend of Mr. Dunton's
made for a child not yet In her teens says
the waist-band which, 'scarcely he looks so well that he is easily!
reached beneath her armpits; the
f\cts ; elbows and the' hem of the skirt '
"\ reached Just below the knees; na- Mr. Dunton visits his store

\\AI/iLdS: / 'ple sa"tly,; ture's was hut adornment partially of obscured her nether by a limbs pair I almost every day. Last sum.

of well worn dropstitchstockings,: ,, : mer he had a severe attack of
j jVcis Beneficially* and on her feet she wore a pair of i m ,
mlsmated, assorted s'zes, of pink slip '' :,, dysentery which was completely

..iy. : ::.A:2iI (icts lr\ily ais ,a Laxaiiv -. pers The with usual French formula ieels.of questions ': ;' cured by Duffy's Pure Malt

was appliedby the committeeman:
.: i Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the in charge w. '.ch Included: "Were I Whiskey.
j :;': :, well-informed and to the healthy, because its you In the storm-did you lose anything 'N :
component parts are simple and wholesome ?" With an unintelligible exclamation am rang Du Hy" Pure Malt 'Whisl:
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I came the: reply: Why: ask '0 a it very valuable as a medicine. jyq
s-: y- Eir ;.r< and because it acts without disturbing the that don't I look like I've been I was taken sick with dysentery, and the
natural functions,.as it is wholly free from drowned out?" thought my case was almost hopdess.

r every objectionable quality or substance. In The poor creature was given clothing : : doctor and a very good nurse worked
r f : the process of manufacturing figs are used, as ,-more and better clothing perhaps v "' :' OLD"I me night and day for four or five months,
> > r 1 they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal ; ,than she has had since her t } me all sorts of medicines. Finally I a-
first ad vsat into the world cf the demi on two or three ,spoonfuls of Duly$
.t F 4 I virtues cf Syrup of Figs are obtained from monde. At all events, when she left Malt Whiskey a day, and I do believe it
w sf.. p ) an excellent combination of plants known to the committee room scaie of the ;.: medicine that cured me. For a ion
..& be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. hard lines of'her countenance had years I am very well."-Silas Ductoa

( a'a>; To get its beneficial effects-buy vairehed.Why : do you ask? Some- MIL SILAS PU&TOX. 6S,YEARS v, Mass. May,18th, '06.Duffy's .
thing there have suggested visIons -
the genuine-manufactured by the of a home may somewhere recollections -

x :: maybe of a mother whose Pure Malt' Whiskeyis
; heart is bleeding for the 'waywardgirl .
out In the world she knows. not

AItSYRVP where. '.: an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating StImi"'Rant, and tonic;builds up'tie nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to tie
f brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, it makes digcuksperfect
Aunt.. Rachael's Plea. the nourishment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate
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Every member of the committee, and enables you to gej from the.food 'you eat _
I(i x. and the two lady assistants were up women and sickly children. It strengthens the system, is a promotor of good health and longevity, makes the'otd young and lttpr
; contains fusel oil and is the only whiskey that Is recognized as a mt&
Malt
the Dairy's Pure Whiskey no
tA youngstrong.
A7 !'1h C1.5C0 to their eyes; in work issuing rations
i au i s vs11@'K .x r 1 ll e wYorft nY. and fitting out some half a hundred C 11e.. This is a guarantees
n bottles Price SI. insist ea the genuine see that UM
balk.
Sold by>> aft drurtUts and grocers or direct,I sealed only never In
clad, half famished storm
For sale ty an leading Druggists,in original package only,tearing tie full meagerly '-Oi d Cbemietu trade-mark Is*a the label. Beware ef refilled battles and spllrlous malt whiskey! sab6tltukS offered for sale by Ul1'f1lo!
sufferers chiefly mothers and their oi.bll"4kalboeUet. 04 /i rtar'* 4dficefreeDaffy Malt Whisker c...
name of the Company *Me Itttle children, when in rushed "Aunt Rtcbe5tcrN.Y. *
ak Rachael" one of the now almost extinct .
old "black mammies': of antebellum LEWIS BEAR CO., DISTRIBUTERS.
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i. BQ Q fl Q Q Q Q Q p Q QSome .... ...... ? ,.... '.. 'RRR6. .R 'As her days.kind ire wont to do on all 1 _,

occasions when Introducing themselves hurricane down there found an .. 1 ... ..N.
to "de white( ) folk," Aunt urchin of some eight summers In- .
the _Rachael: courtesied! her way into the dilitiliously see-saki fag on a board
and
of
Tragedies room. "Tank de Lewd I dun foun protruding from a mass of debris r. .1
da place Whar de whi folk Is gibbin' which was all that wag left of the
'; cut victuals an klose ter de niggahs comfortable cozy home of an industrious AU'C'TIONSALE
Comedies of the Great Stofm whut wuz washed away-whar de fisherman"' Between the com-
boss man Is," exclaimed Aunt initteejman and the boy the following i
RachaeL dialogue took place "Where' Is i
One of the comnrfteemea approached home, little, ?**
By W. ,C..Jones. your my -man "Right :
her and as was his duty propounded -, there" answered the boy,, pooniiag f < .
4 these questions "Wiere--dtd you to the pile of wreckage- 'upon whichhe Or .. *
T1fXVV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 \) 0 0 0 o.0 0 0 0.0'0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 e innnnra'a a aTo'aTg's s ga 4
live; how long had you lived there; stood. "Well aatd the big com- .
did you lose'anything; and' where Is nmxeeman, "you and your mama.and .
y There was never a cloud without ''years The man was digging In the ttorning's: relentless attack upon the your house now?" papa must be in a bad'fix-the storm i NORWEGIAN BARK j: :
its eilver lining; there was never a wreckage which surround him on city's water-front battlements; the !'Aunt Rachael was perceptibly Im- was ,terrible wasn't it': "' "It sure ,
serious situation. without its ludicraw every side. tide, as if angry at the pelting of the patient under such _catechisingand was bad," answered the child'"it sure '
side. j ''What are you doing Charlie inquired rain and the lashing of the winds the committeeman' bad, scarcelyfin i was bad,-and my,papa, he's on a fishIng i': _
!- The following stories .:crudelydrawivaresome the committeeman' was still running mountain high, and ished when she bake In,with;. *CP '. smack and-basn :comarr 'home CAMPBEL.L.I! c
.of the tragedies and "Jtjst looking for.some. of the things: piling itself In ceaseless irresistable 'long dhfte doan,": x me no mo. yet it sure was,bad.,but gee! Mister, : "
4 comedies growing o>.t of last week's that I lost with my home which breakers .upon the piles of debris kwestfnns; I'se horngry, and I 'want didn't It leave me a fine see-saw- .
terrors which have come under the stood right here" was the negro made up of a tangled, inseparablemass sum victuals an klose; fore de Lawd, Illustrative of the pluck of 'Pensa-.
+ observation of irembera of the re- man's reply. cf timber and lumber; of de- I does. :Kom on chilo and gimme cola, don't you think? i by order of Norwegian Consul i ii
lief committee: "Did you lose everything you had?" molished dwellings: ,of household fur. sum rittuals; bless Gawd I neber (
i. the unfortunate niture of heerd tell slch. Honey I bin .
poor was asked. every kind and every grade; UT no ,
LARGE STEAMER .
No Time For Cho sing. "Everything on earth but my old of, wreckage from shins from tug libin on de beacheber .since: de surrender _
Two properly ,accredited children lady and the ground my house stood boats from fishing craft-some and I kum frum Perginny wid Ii..OST.AT, SEA i Sale Monday 10 a* mat on: board bark \
one a girl the other'a .boy- ister tJn." was the sad refrain. stranded high up on the beach my ole mistug 'rectly after de stars ;
and brother::.the former ,about ten, The committee's mission was explained some sunken'at anchor in.tbe stream fell; she's' 'dun ded'an gone but de Biloxi, Miss, Oct. 5.-:Pilot Frank east side of R. R. wharf. : :
!; ,(the latter' probably: eight, came into and its assistance was tendered some utterly destroyed-wrecked 'beycnd Lawd, he slat tuck me yH. Did I Castanera who returned to the city Z on J
the relief headquarters on Monday'afternoon but with, profuse expressionsof repair."I loos ennything in de storm? Betterax last evening from Gulfport brought:
..'It fell to my; Jot to fit them gratitude for the spirit of tins tender was fighting my way along the 'me whut I dlden't.looa. 'Kum honey with-him: the news of the loss at sea 10 bolts New Canvas 4 Coils Manilla '
lout with clothing and shoes," remarked the negro-declined its acceptance beach, through, all of this" said the an gimme dem:vlttnals kase I'se of an unknown freight steamer and i;
one of the committeemen, "and I thus: "I forgot to mention when I committeeman "when I ,came upona hcrngry. My house? :bawd ha' mus- her_ crew. The crew of the three- :1
am glad It did. They were nice said I test everything that I had six man and a woman both tugging sy chile, ain you seed ma house? masted schooner Susie B. Dantzler Rope. All of ships provisions and furniture .
;;children: both of them; and as brightpa dollars In silver money In .my pocket away at something' under a pile of No I doan neck tt you Is seed It, which had just arrived fem quarantine -
a,new silver dollar. I. of course when I escaped from my wrecked halfubmerged wreckage which on kase tain nuthin lef>?: UT hit ter see stated that they had during the and other goods
separatly at
{ (attended to the wants of the little tome; I\e got that yet, and untilIt the day before, was a comfortable cepen de corner uv de kitchen hits storm of last week rescued from ;
b }fetrl first and had finished picking gives out, I,don't need help." well kept cottage. The man Was' an down dare now, but I ain' gwine back their vessel which was then in a
out cf piles of clothing: a complete 'In his house secured In, a strongbox invalid; the woman Was wan emaciated to see hit no mo: ., kase hit's fall 'uv sinking condition,' the crew of the I auction.. :
outfit of clothes for her and was fitting Charlie had $250 In money, rep- and oh! so; tired looking. makes'kase I Jest kum fum dare an barkentine Jennie Hulbert The crew .
a pair of shoes on her. The first resenting the savings of many years. "'What are you .about I asked. seed em tore Gawd; I ain't gwine of the .Jennie Hulbert had
} pair' tried I was sure would fit her. Buried somewhere beneath the acres "This Is all that's left of our tome.' back no mo nether arter I gits delI in turn related to*, during i i
but they were tan shoes. With a of debris which cover the western the woman answered; *we owned It vittuals and klose. the height of the storm they badseen 0
bashful little smile the child hesitatingly bay frcnt Is Charlie's strong box. It and it was all we had; it 'wasn't.in Aunt Rachael was given victuals a screw steamer battling with MCMILLAN
saM that she didn't like' them 'may be recovered but most likely sured against the storm either and and clothes and departed as.she had the waves, turn over and sink and N. c. j
x -4hat she'd rather have another pair never--by" Charlie.. John my husband there, he's been entered with a courtesy, half whispering her crew with her. The crew of the .
)which had C'aUghther fancy.: \All the sick and not able to work 'for:into half crooning a prayer: Hulbert were themselves put 'to such
//while the little boy Was looking on, 'A Touching" Incident than a year .' 'tJawd bless dem whit gemmensy straits to keep their own vessel afloat
g deeply interested in the proceedings "One of the most touching incidents Gawd bless em." i AUCTIONEER
1 kept 'the family gdng. I mean that they were unable to give any i
but without venturing a remark of I -tragedies, I migb4more'aptly John and the: three.children, with assistance to the crew of the steam-
any kind. mien] his sister objected express it,. which have witnessed in my sew1ng'mac'hlne. and:it Is my:machine A Son of Ireland.In :. :
z lo what had been offered her, however the wake of the"hurricane." said a *" rushed middle-aged son of the er.The ............' ......... .
that-we are trying to save! a tug: Gulfport put to sea yesterday .o.. .................. .......
c be could contain himself no member of the relief rcomitirttee, 00- That brave noble-hearted woman Emerald Isle who without the looks for wrecks. She ran
longer, md chirped In: "Say, sister tarred on Thursday morning, long announced himself; :
declined a proffer of the relief! com usual salutations across the oil' barge Magnolia, but the
this' ain't no time to be choosing before the restless, churning cruel mi tee.s assistance. "Me name is Dinny Ryan ind I get latter refused any assistance.CANT .
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fend you had better take what you can waters of the bay'had been tamed. losht.in the shtorrmn. Say boss ind
feet" The scene was laid en the eastern afther askin bit the
I'm UT yez a uv
Such gratitude should be a lesson water front; dark, ominous clouds One Applicant For Aid. assistance what yez aire given the STOP TALKING. G DeSILVA & COMPANYCan
lo some people much older than the I scurried hither and.thither overhead With a Jaunty air of abandon evidently poore dints what wuz losht: the same .
little boy in the foregoing story. as though playing at hide and seek as free of the cares and trials es I wuz. Yes yis begorry, tvery Farmer Talks Grape-Nuts to all His
. with one another between showers of of this mundane sphere as it were bloody pace nvme lasht week's Friends
Charlie's Strong Box. blistering pelting rain-epells of possible for humanity to be-certainly washin wax losht on the smack fill orders for lumber sash doors window
On Friday afternoon when the Relief weeping, perhaps at the scenes of de- apparently oblivious to the neart. Mlnervy, Ind the rags yez sees me The average farmer Is nobody'sfooL ', -
Committee first Inaugurated Its struction and desolation already rending tragedies enacted by last. In now 0s me washin u? the wake It takes a pretty level head to Glass arid all material. .fj -_ "1-'
t cystematic Investigation of the cases wrought. by the ferocity of the wind Thursday's cataclysm> yet within herself before lasht IUd if the Mtaervy bas run a farm and"-th 'more carefully '
f destitution and want, caused bythe and the death-dealing force of the perhaps weeping bitter tears of Wn fcond. I, fcavln't beerd or it ylt. he thinks the more successful.he is.t We won't 'be able to ke-special. 'work

: storm's hark on the water front tides;, a gale was still blowing, alternately regret for the first step that placed Tisyls I wuz losht In die storrum A Ma Tanner writes: i .for a few days. -,' Send our orders."
l-member the committee ca.meupon howling, moaning, scream- her there a denizen cf the lower hid begorry I hiT just found meselt "I want to say something about I. : ;
colored well known to him for ing refrain of its strata of nether world, flounced .
\ ? man a terrifying early the I wuz losht at l&ast Pass ketch! Grape-Nuts as a food but as I am Justa i
bait. Ind begoiry me tad all me shipmates common old farmer. I can't'put it as' -
w wuz losht but all tiv us hav strong as.I-wout .like to."But .. : I Phone 11. .-...A -H.,(!.' DeSILVA & CO.
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T bin found." I would love, for all the'woridto >..,. j : ;y ,
"Dinny". was given; an outfit and know (that dont" already: bow -
ie spent the night at st. ,Anthony's. about the merit _of Grape-Nuts food.It ', '
has done me' and Tny family more I ; .,
TrETPADEriMKTELLSQioSIOB'It: Their Pound of Flesh. good in the way of bringing about .r:::><;
..t At a late hour oa Saturday evening good: health adjusting our _systems
: the ReHef Committee was apprized purifying our blood and 'keeping our f
.ipa stands for of-the deplorable situation and stomachs In good 'order than all the Portable .,Metal l Fire Place
destitution of some fifty to seventy- medicines we have ever taken. .. '
five persons forming the settlement "My little boy was pale and slim
about Carson Point and Trout Bayou. did not have much appetite until we They' reduce the cost of small houses-save..

f* MKEKS It was utterly impossible for the committee began the use of Grape-Nuts about a building the thing
COCOA chimney-and are just
to send relief to these peopleon year ago.. Now he Is robust and '

j relief Saturday expedition night,,was but organized early Sundaya and hearty, eats Grape-Nuts every day and ; ,.;. ':for t. rpentineat' '1ps, etc. $12.00.
enjoys perfect health."I .
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equipped with sufficient food. clothIng -
have prevailed upon my neighbors
tt Used Round-the World.yfj and medicines to relieve the suffering ,to.try Grape-Nuts and It Is astonishing
I destitute, homeless half a hun- the results. I would not be Saunders Mill I
children of Company
dred women and little
without It If I had to pay $tOO a pack- ,

t ,Highest Awards in Garson that stcrm-demolished Pontand Trout nelehborhood.Bayou: are _age.** ., Phone 717. -- 21 East Garden Sfreet.
A year ago I read about ,It and
accessable cnly by boat and thertoLangs "cfI
1\\\\ \ 'faRJEurope had order I
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an erica. mrsrpcer some. bought
\ the tale. Here was tie opporttmltv -
most of it, and caw the benefits from
for of the
the owners
t" AhancfeomdiIllustratecf It. and then. began to talk'GrapeNutsto -
1 Recipe launch Cupid to demand of the Relief
Committee their "pound of flesh,"- ,everyone. Now I don't know- how I
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of the onportunity when they week but he keeps nearly everybody-
extorted from the committee Fifty around here supplied. I. ;THE' HOME DREDGING COMPANY,
> &* ,tr.smeatomoa WALTER AKE ? OLTD. Dollars for the trip of twelve miles "Now you can publish this, If youwant.to (' CHAS. G. OLLINGER MANAGER.

I and return. can't keep or do me as TOU from please talking but,about you ',Is, fully e. equipped to do,all kinds of wrecking! work

Established780: .Dorchester, Left a See-Saw. GzapeNuts.for: : : there Is no. equal tot I with hydraulic: ,dredge, clam shell dredge, hoisting apparatus -
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One of the members of the committee anywhere. Name given by Pas
"covering"* the eastern water turn -Ccv:; Battle Creeks Mich Read ,>wrecking pumps and tugs.

front in search of the scores of cases the book. "The Road to TVellville In]t Office; Poot of Eslava Street, Mobile, Ala.

e Mass.'r of destitution.left In. the **ke of the pckgs. "There's. a reason." I




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will be the cause of many .i a must be properly digested and assimilated to be of :

V : hcPI1tI: cold, which can be cured by 1 any value to you otherwise it is a source of harm ', .f
ILY instead of good. '
the two following guaran ,
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decays, causing e4
teed preparations at 25 cents: "sour stomach "heart bum .-
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nausea, 'I
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From,Effects of Recent Hurricane -Jack's Cold. Tablets. Cough Money Subscribed for Those

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... \\1 .t ,, : Loss YetvPossible. HOOTON'S PHARMACY Account of Storm. 4
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.. ; visitors to the city are J.-Epp Brown Enclose please find subscription list compels proper digestion.of,the food and sends the $
Phone 1100. to date, which kindly publish in food nutriment '
your through the blood into all parts of -'
,'. .. general superintendent of the South- first edition.Yours .e
era Bell Telephone. Co., and T. 1... A--I truly, the body. :: : -

I: ',. Ingraham, general superintendent of very W. A. BLOUNT. The tissues are thus built up and every organ is ..

construction of the same company Secretary Subscription Committee restored to health and strength and. putin perfect ; :! ,

of"Atlanta, and F. I* Woodruff superintendent Relief Fund. condition. ; ef ;

i This Fall a man can suit his own ideas in regard ; ; ,of Montgomery, who are Senator S. R. Mallory .. .. ..5100.00 Disease is. driven out to stay out-the cause '
American National Bank .. ,
., .. 100.00 Is removed.
: to length of coat, as long as it's not short.: here for the purpose of looking over Just Received. J. R. Saunders .. .. .. .. .. 100.00 : -
the situation and arranging for the J. C. Avery .. .. .. .. .. 5000
Here is early restoration of the telephone service Imported M2. aront: Sweet Oil. Cheeses, : PlantersTille, libs. .
everything from the extreme length to \ Marston & Quina .. .. .. 50.00
Dill Pickles, Sauer Kraut. Mackerel, Cod
: in ths: city. Mr. rfrown wa* Fish. Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions; Pilot Sol Cahn .. -.. .. .. .. .. 50.00 I have presented Kodol quite often in my practice, 9
: the medium. Ever "pattern that is new, every' color : called upon by a representative or '. Bread French Navy Bread. Everything T. A. Jennings .. .. .. .. .. 100.00 and have found it a very efficient remedy for all '
The Journal and queried regarding fresh and new. Daily News .. .. .. .. .. .. 50:00: atomach ailments. It has always given the best' of Iesult. -
i that is in style everything for to wear-all the amount of damage done here and Witch Hazel $1.00 per gallon. ..
you j First National: Bank .. .. .. 100.00 % J. T. MAY, M.D. _
and elsewhere and the plans of the company Marine Grocery Company. Pensacola Inr. Co. .. .. .. .. 100.00 ': ;j
t ready- we .will buy' back anything. that; fails to :t for getting their lines in condition V. J. VIDAL Manager. W. D'Alemberte .. .. ;. .. 50.00 KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT :
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: suit. I to handle business again. In reply Bass .& Co. .. .. .. .. ... UDOOO ; 'bic
to the queries Mr. Brown said: H. L. Covington .. .. .. .. 50.00 D.ub.tti.koigasA4 MAKES THE -I'

i Suits, $10 to $35. Rain Coats, $10 to. $27:50.: i "We have not, "as yet, been able, CHAIRMAN CAHN'S J. E. Abercrombie ,.. ... .. .o. 25.00 ]tiBM trial. M t W B t Ck nt M rin.tk* 8TOMAOH SWEET. I IFOR [ pzn.j
to even approximate the damage W. A. Blount, Jr. .. '.. .. .. 25.00 i
l done tO'our lines in this city Mobile J. H. Smithwick. .. .. .. ... 50.00 I I

I : and elsewhere and all our energies REPLY TO GREENTAKES Walker Anderson .. .. ... .. %5.00J.
are at present directed to getting the .. Clark Porter ..' .a .. .. .-_ 2500 .
lines in service again, -We' aave & A. D. Morrison ... '.. .. ... .. 25.00 -
I large force of men at work in this R F. 'Mitchell .. ... .. .. ... % .00 ,
I I TAtIDARDaOIHII1G@ city and I think it possible that tele- ISSUE WITH HIM REGARDING J. A. Wilson .. ... .. .. ... .... 2500 SALE BY : ; II'l ,
phones will be :working ,generally in B. S. Williams -. .. .. .. .. 25.00 HOOTON'S PHARMACY. t
the courseof, ten days.or. two weeks. THE ACCEPTANCE OF :Pensacola Gas Co. .. ... ... .. 100.00C.
: "In Pensacola the exchange was M. Jones .. '.. .- .. .. '.. 2300 -
; i THIESEn\BUILDlliG! ; % I put out of business entirely and at STORM RELIEF FUND. Walker Ingraham .. .. .. 25.00 -

Mobile only about two' hundred Dr. S. R M., Kennedy ... .. .. 25.00A. SCHOOL BOOKS.

3' 'phones were In working order after M. Hyer ... .. ..' .. .. .. ;5-CO; ,. .
.. ...........O............. .. .....t............. the storm. While our greatest damage The' following letter from ChairmanSol J G. Pace .. .. .. .. .. ... 2500 Tablet and.Schaol,: Erasers Supp'iec.,: Ruler:Bag. Straps. Scholar Companion Spo.iges; Slate*. Pencil..' _-",",' ;
was sustained Flomaton | Watson Parker & Reese ... .. 2500 Drawing Pencils. Book Knap-Sacks fof Boys; Ink Pen ;
between Cahn of the Relief Committee is Per-fcoider All -
; Text Books sold at publisher's prices. Store !Jammed full of ,
Brown .. .. .. .. 25.00 ) :
I and New Orleans and on the' Pensa L. S. School! Supplies. .
e. I SCARRITT MORENO I. cola lines, the storm interfered with self-eiplanatory: ij. H. Sherrill .. ... .. .. .. 2500
Pensacola, Fla, Oct. 5, 1906. D. Hale Wilson .. ... .. 2500 Co.a's :IBoolSL StOlT; :
' : I 'our service 'as far north as Montgom [ ? .
SAFES OF *ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent Mr. Frank L. Mayes Editor Journal,
\
I: All of the long d'stance: lines F. M. Williams. '.. .. .. .. 25.00
for Diebold Safe and Lock Co. 1 LSLANDRLWS. ery. City. New Brent Building. Phone 235.
.. ... ... 10.00
I Canton Ohio. in the territory along the Gulf coast, :Mrs. R W. Menefee ".i t
Office and Salesroom 1 E. Gov. St. :or practically all cf: them are down, Dear Sir:-I note in the columns of Lamar & Fulghum .. .. .... 25.00 "
and it will be some time before ser The Journal of this morning a communication W. C. Jones .. .. ... .. ... 5.00 f1 ;-'HWI '
vice can be resumed."It from :Mr. L. Hilton Green, T. M. Brainard .. .. .- .. .. 5.00F. t \U DRINK I BOTTLED ,: t ;
.. SOMETHING NEW I will be a long time before we addressed to the mayor, which is sus- W. Marsh .. ... .. ... .- 15.00 -t-l' '. J :tB
Special to The Journal I ceptable of no other construction than ... ... ... 2-00 .
.
Cash .
s.-
t Eod-filled! Beau! Pins 25 and 30c per pair St Oct. 5. can form anything like an adequateidea
] Andrews -St. Andrews
a criticism of the Chamber of Commerce A. A. Fisher .. .- .. .... .. 25.00 '
: W. A. Gahlenbeck. 213 S. Palafox SI and all points on the bay are safe. It "will of be the damage we" sustained but 'I. Citizens' Relief Committee. E. D. Beggs .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 500 'I :
I I The tide here rose eight feet and enormous. Mr. Green was invited to attend the B. H. Fairchild ... .. ... ." Soc B 8 flfrl .; t :
carried 'all wharves. No
i COTTRELL, I away then A Bill in Equity.A meeting of citizens at the Chamber J. W. Bullock, Jr-------.. 5.00
loss of life and no boats lost. bill in equity has Just been filed of Commerce on Friday last at which Al Moog .. .. .. .. u .. .. 1000
: FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Very little wind was felt here. in the chancery court of New Jersey the Relief Committee was organizedand Hooton & Watson .. .. .. 100.00 .. ... 'f ,
Pensacola. Fla. Everybody had,a ro gh passage on by Walker Baker & Co., .limited of instructed, but failed to attend Standard downing Co., (do- M .M 1 '' ''

i the Tarpon. Dorchester, Mass., tha old chocolate same. Had he attended this meeting nation of clothing u' .. .O' 30.50 WI 2 WI 2 .1 { Io
The mall service between here and manufacturers, against a recently or however, I am sure that he would J.: W. Bullard .. .. .. .o' 25.00 Q Q '. : _
TURTON & BELL Chipley has been 'suspended since ganized New Jersey corporation-the have agreed with the meeting in their: Dr. D. W. 'McMillan .. ... 5000 0 Before drinking see that you f : .
: PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. I Tuesday. The bridges are all gone. .. .. .. .. .. .6.01
Jones
Walter E. Baker Ohocolate Company decision to refrain from accepting out B. *
Kodak Supplier Finishin for Amatar& .00 0 the GENUINE. A word : ..1.t.t.O t.
4 I -and Walter E. Baker,/of Newark side assitsance Dunwody-AIken Tow'Boat Co. 25 o get :.
Sick Headache Cured. one of the incorporators. It was the' unanimous sentiment of L F. Dunwody .. .. .. .- 5.00 .
: R. K. WHITE, : Sick headache lis caused by derangement Tie: Nil alleges that Walter E. the meeting of last Friday that Pen Avery Hardwarde & Sup. Co .. 10000 0 to the wise is sufficient ::$ i.

: Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jeweltr. and GraduattCpticitn. of the stomach and by in- Baker has been engaged in the hotel sacola was great enough and good Harry L. Brooks .. .. .. ... 5.00 ,'> ", t
: .30 S. Palafox Street. Peasaeala. Fla._, digestion. Chamberlain's Stomachand and liquor business on the outskirts enough to take care of its citizens Gary & Co. u .. .. .- 25.00 t
: Liver Tablets correct these disorders of Newark an:! that the company homeless and rendered Cash .. .o. .... .. .. .. .. 50 Hygeia Bottling Works /'i
and effect a cure. By taking Incorporated under his name is engaged hurricane and .the"*destitute- by'' the W...R. Elgin .. -.. ,.. :.. ..".... 2.50Cash. : ,
I TersclyTold' these tablet as soon as the first in- In a scheme for selling chocolate good people of response 'of, the .. .., .. .. ..' .. .. .. ... 10-00' :4. I.
i dication of the disease appears the upon the reputation of the well- of the committee Pensacola- for funds to the and call Parlor Market.. .. .. .. .. .. %5.00A. .124 E. Chase.Street. Phone 587. .:: (

: C. P. M'cRae' of Florala, is in the attack may be warded off. For sale known house of Walter E. Baker &. clothing has amply LIschkoff .. ..' .. .. .. .. 1000' ,.. '

city on a business visit.Alderman by all, .druggists. Co.. and the reputation it has.established Judgement of the meeting proven, which that created the Lep :Mayer .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.50H. Carlos Eugeno .. ... .. ... .- 10.00 I .1' f..
: has for the name "Baker" in that the Committee B. Owens .. .. .. .. .. .. 500 People's Drug Store .., .. .. 10.00 !
; Jas. M. Muldon who NOTICE. line of business. Several Relief was good. J. S. Beard .-. .. .. .. .. .. .. %5.00Miss Cash .. .. .. .. ., .. .. 500'
fcr ,
: been absent from the city sever The Pensacola Electric: Company haveremoved systematic canvasses of the Fannie W. Sullivant .. 23.00 .. .. .. 10.00:>> \, ', ft
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months visiting Europe with his to temporary office rooms 325 I WHENSOFT.CRABS; desolated sections of the city have E. :M. Pyle .. i\ . 1'i
al 329 Dimitry Bros., (White's Old Fred Favourite .. .. .. 5.00 ,
Canada to : Brent building. been made Mrs. 'I
family, and later going to would not I J. W. ,LEADLET. 'call of by the committee and Stand) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1500 Cash .. .. .. .. ._ .. .. ... 1.00 ..--1: .1:1. '
: has returned home. He learned Manager. ARE DANGEROUS"There and every want is known to it, C. M. Covington .. .. .. .. .. 25.00W. W. W. Richards .. .. .. ." 10.00 : ,2' I ITHE
but temporary
have returned so early. and I fair relief furnished.A funds H. White & Co. .. .. ....' 1000 Arthur Gunn .. .. .- .- .. 5.00B. :; i.
of tho hurricane striking the city CLUTTER 'WILL Is no danger in eating soft to estimate of necessary K .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 50.00J. Fratoddl .. .. .. .- .. 1.00 ,
: lurried' here. HAVE FINE FRONT shelled crabs," observed an epicure,, fully relieve every one of these .' A. Merritt & Co........... 15 00 Southern States Lumber Co.. oOOO .,: ',<<
: The fine little launch Annie W. "if they are fresh, but they are poison cases, places the amount of money J. S. McGaughey.... \.... 1000 W. J. and B. Forbes. ... .- 100.00Dr. .,
owned by Mrs. "Hies.: C. "'1.*son, was The building occupied by the Clut. if they are not. They should be well necessary at $8,000 or $10,000, and if Welles Kaha Co..5: (.O E. F. Bruce .. .. .* ... 5.00

o on* of the few water craft which ter Music House, which suffered severely seasoned and an extra lot of pepper Pensacola Is unable to !supply this H. Mailer ............... ... 15 00 Chas. Cottrell .. .. .. ._ 5.00Dr. 1 'f. ?
: nent through the storm without injury during the storm is now undergoing put on them as a precaution: especially : comparatively infinitesimal sum. it Lcertainly' H. Baars & Co. .............. 100 00 S. W. Jefferson ... ... .. 5.00C. \ : 1
: there beIng' hardly a scratch some extensive repairs and if the weather is very hot when hieh time that we discon Theo. Baars ............... .. 25 00 E. Shackelford .. .. .- 2-00 GREAT FOX. "(.. .
to show that anything unusual had improvements. A new 'pressed brick they are eaten or If' they are eaten tinue our claim of being! prosperous, W. S. Keyser Co. .......... 100 00) \V. L. Morgan & Bro. .. ..- ... 25.00 I Has been tried for years by men who i
'happened. shortly before one retires" says the progressive, community. W. J. Corner. .. .. .. ... 25.00 use their machines every hour in the ;
; front is being put Into the place and Scarritt :Moreno ............. 25 UIss. ) t' :
and found to stand too hardest 14 :1
use
day
the habit 10.00
Undertaker John G. Wood yesterday when completed it will be one of the WashingtonStar.UJj Is of Respectfully, L. Bell ....... ..... ...... 25.11>0 Rosenan & Gerelds .. .. U 2.00F. and do the best work. 'I -.
t receivd a telegram from Frank finest business fronts in the city. many persons to eat soft shelled SOL CAHN, The Lewis Bear Co. ....:. .. 50 00M James T. Gerelds .. .. .. .. If your typewriter got wet, don't try .<
crabs at nighttime. I do not know Ciairman Relief Committee. ,.. .. .. %5.00John S. Mellen .. ... .- ... .- WOO to repair it, unless it is a Fox but trade ')
e E. G "1n. of Chicago, offering to F. Gonzalez Co. .... 10 00 In for that is
but that thsy taste better then. It \V. N. Van Pelt.......... it a new Fox guaranteed i
render assistance if necessary.! :Mr. to to A. M. LeFRANCAIS. White Store .......... 25 00 .... ...... 25 00 in for two years, to do perfect -f
: is somewhat dangerous::: many J. R. Meade..... or'rl 'hi"
and all free. You
with Mr. W. Johnston. .......... 50 00 repairs can fee
KILLS VETERINARY Geo.
Wood became acquainted COLD THE GERM. SURGEON '
drink milk after .eating crabs Milk 00 Merchants Transfer Co... .. 10 00 both model visible and regular price i..,
PHONE 25
4 Gawln while attending' the convention seems to develop the colic that fol 497. East Bay Lumber Co-------- Gulf City Club... .......... 40 00 J100. by calling at 21 Brent Row. Also : "n'
........ 25 00(
cf embalmers and undertakers Lleut. 'Are No BaldHeads Nic Apostle .... I everything in sporting goods.
Says.There
Perry ()
with 5 00
: lows eating soft shelled crabs AUCTION SALE OF F. M. Dunn ................
...... 23 00
....
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offer was
In C'blcago.and while his In the Arctic Region. LVootheifthing thjtsihouli W. H. Northup. .......... 300; 3''iF.
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...
i*>m )Me--ned.[|: ft was, nevertheless, appreciated' The people who come 'back from be remembered, and that is NORWEGIAN BARK} Jas. :McHugh .............. 50 00( Ladies Auxiliary ............ 25 00 : : ;, Klondyke testify to the fact that no 1 a sharp thunderstorm will kill soft I L. Friedman & Co. ......... 25 00 Clothing Co. .... ... 10 00 7J1f
i The ............. 25 00 M. & O. B. BRUCE.NEW
.
The Right Bower the first boat native bald heads are \here. The evidence shelved crabs, and even the hard Norwegian bark Campbell will W. M.\ Faulk H. C. Stringfield .. .. ... :. 10.00V. .
: built exclusively in is that the cold climate kills 1 shelled crabs at times. Unless the be sold at public auction Monday at F. E. Brawner ............ 25 00 Prather .. .. .. .. .. 5-00 i.
to engage .
'14 ever sturgeon fishing; is among the the germs that eat the hair off at the 1 soft shelled crab has been cook: d 10 a. m., on board of bark on east side Cash ....................... 10 00 \ G.Eapan .. .. ..' .. .. .. f>>W BRENT BUILDING. : 1.

- .wrecks of the storm. The vessel ,root. Liu t. Perry who went to the before the thunderstorm, I think it of railroad wharf together with 10 Cash ..................... 500 Pat Marks & Gayle ... ... .. ... 10.00; _ ___ 11.
'*as owned by Cfcas. H. Wells cf this Arctic Regions. gives the same evi would be the safer plan b declineto bolts of new canvass, 4 coils Manilla White & Nix ........... ... 10 00 Rii M. Robinson .. .. .. ..., 25.00
- city! and Pallas Duncan. The latter dence. Newbro's Herpicide has the eat it- -Unde.r all other' condi rope, all of the ship's provisions, furniture Pickett Gerson & Gardner... 15 00 R. J. Leary .. '.. .O' ., .. .- 1.00C. GULF CITY COFFEE CO j jH.
lad the boat at Garnier's Bayou, and same effect as the cold-climate. It tions there. 's no danger; in partakingof etc.Weak. B. Gerson .................. 10 00 F. Marsh M. D. ... .. ." 5.00 ,. .

tot only was ahe destroyed but everything kills the germ that'eats the hair off them, for I do not think any one Hannah Bros. .............. 5 00 Maxwell: & Reeves .. .. .. .. 10.00 P. CHIPMAN, Manager. :.".
that point. the and the' hair would be criminal enough; to cook a Barton Pepper .............. 5 I 00 25.00W. '
roots. .
he possessed at at grows ... .. .
The .. .. .... ... 10 00 Peoples Bank .v Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of!
shell. .
again. Herpicide Is the first hair remedy dead crab hard of soft Dr. M. E. Quina .. .. .. 1.00
Two largo boxes of clothing were built the principle of destroying proper'way' to kill a crab Is to ttirow Wear Women W. B. Wright .............. 25 00 R. Moore M. D.- V 5.00 .
upon
received! yesterday for the storm Tallahassee sufferers : the germ that eats the hair him into a kettle of boiling' water.I Tom Pebley ....... ........ 5 00 W. A. J. Chipley Poltock .. ... .u.n. ... 10.00 Fine Coffees

having been David sent Edrehl from who, I off. Its phenomenal ,sale demonstrates know that some people think this J. M. Coe ...,*............. 5 00 J.Buckner S. Roberts .. ... .- .. ..e 5.00 I OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL a' :-
I
by Mrs. of her friend, the correctness of the scalp Is cruel, but it is no more cruel: than Boston Shoe Store .......... 10 00 Patllto Campbell .. .. ... 5.00 i GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. t
*Kb.
the assistance I ., to stab them with a needle or kill Goulding Fert. Co. .......... 100 00 German-American Lumber Co. 2500:
1rs. W .C. Appling of that of place Tallahassee germ For thpory.sale by 'W. A. D'Alemberte, them with chloroform, as I have LEARN THE CAUSE OF DAILY F. C. Brent ................ 100 00' F. Julius Sohreyer-.. ... .* .- 25.00 J.
wcured them from the ladles sensitive WOES AND END ...... 100 00( 11l
druggist and apothecary, 121 South known some extra persons THEM. Pen. Lumber Co. ..... S. P. Shotter Co. .. .. .- .- 100.00N. CLOTHES :
for this worthy purpose.The Palafox street or send lOc in stampsfor to do." J. R.' McLane ............... 10 00 R. Rotureau .. .. .. 'I" .. 100Geo. CLEANEQ AND PRESSED. ,. 1J't.'
ciated.clothing will ba greatly appre- samole to Ttie Herpicide Co.. Detroit Cured. O. H. Smith & Son ........ 25 00 L. Lapplngton .. .. u ... 500) To bave your fan and winter clothe! : ...,..;
Mich. An Awful Cough hada When the back aches and throbs. Pensacola Electric Co. ...... 50 00 C. B. Marston .. .. .. u .* 100J. ; ( pressed and repaired, and fuV ",
=
Nearly every business house in "Two years ago our little girl W. Hargis Craig ............ 5 00 P. McMcHugh .. .. -' -, ,1-00 condition end them to : ; I' '.1
is
hei When housework .
which left torture.
the city has received tenders of as- '-T'-> touch pneumonia, had 'Wieke&Co. .........C..... 5 00 Export Lumber Co. ." ... .. ... 10.00 our do everything work. Ladies'in that work line a specialty.and guarantee Gen {,
e'stance'! for the storm sufferers from < with an awful cough. She with When night brings no rest noi Solomon Furn. Co. ........... 5 00 E. T. Davis .. .. .. _.. 'I. .. 25.00 tlemen's membership rates. $1-09 per !. '
- the various wholesale houses and spells of couching.; ; Just like one Fleep. W. L. Moyer .......*....... 10 00 Sam Pasco. .Jr. u .. ..* .. .* 10.00E. month. AU work called for and delivered. Y. ,. ;.

e business people generally with .whom .! the whooping cough, and well some at When urinary disorders set in. F. R. Pou ............. ..... 10 00 F. Porter' .. .. .. u .. .* 50.00 Phone 1373. ,"; r.,,0 :
they do business in other cities. thought she would not pet Women's lot is a weary one. Cash ............_;........ 10 00 Oscar E. Maura .. .. .. :. 10.00 ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, .
_ These tenders are ,folly appreciated Ready-to-Eat all. We pot a> bottle which of Chamber acted There is a way to escape these W. A. Blount .............. .. .100 00 Alger Sullivan Lumber Co. ... 100.00 WALTER 9 INTENDENCIA' MOULTON, STREET MANAGER., ;
Rf dy.
wd while the situation is not one lain's Couzh: She m coughingand woes. 'vB./Sheppard ...\... .... :20 00 R.: F. Jones'.. .. .. .... .... 10.00 r: .
that reqniies outside aid. the goodm like a charm. stopped" J. P. O'Connor ,............. 10 00 Indianapolis Brewing Co. u.. 100.00 : .
stout and fat. writes MrsOra Doan's Kidney Pills cure such Ills.
manifested ,by the friends of Groceries pot;Bussard. Brubaker. III. This Crystal Pharmacy .,........ 15 00 Pauline Spencer .. -.. .. .. ... 25.00 3 it|
Pensacola abroad is accepted in theme Have 'cored women here in Pensa .. .. .. .. 10.00 .
..
is for sale by all druggists. Scott Loftin. W.B.La'nar .. .. .. .. ;. 100.00
spirit in which It is given, with remedy cola.This Proceeds of Dance given by J. J. Sullivan .. .. .. o... .. 500() GETTING POINTS ON I

the assurance that if help is ever NOTICE. is one Pensacola woman's Nick Condon Frank Boghich J. K. Rozier .. .. .. .. .. ... 5.00 : -
npeded! they will be called upon and There are so many things in testimony.Mrs. end J. H. Graham .. .. .. 1000 w H. Covington. .. ..'. .... 500 LAUNDRY WORK ;

heir generous offers will be gladlyaccepted. our grocery store that are prac- Principal Lockey will be at school No. Martha A. Stephens, residingat C. H Gingles u .. .. .. .. 5.00 Pensacola Water Co. .... ... .. 100.00 ...
I tically ready for the table with t on Thursday and Friday of this week 308 East Gadsden St., says: "1 Kress! & Co. .. _. .. .. .. .. 2500 Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers It

The best is none too good for you. out labor on the part burdens of the of between who 9.00 have and not 1 yet o'clock been to classified.If. examine. have been a friend of Dean's Kidney C.: W. Hagermaa .o. .. .. .... %5.00The .. .. 1. .. .. .. .. .. 2500 Is always desirable ', -
Cet Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. housewife, that the pupils B. COOK. Pills for' a long time and I always Pensacola Journal .. .. 50.00 Jas. :M. Johnson .. ., .. .. 2500 before sending your gar- "

Absolutely twice, as far Sand housekeeping are materially at County Supt. recommend them 'to everyone I hear Escambia Realty Co.: or .. .. 5000 W. L. Bell .. .. .. .. .. 25.00 the .'
pure, go lessened for those Who take advantage 'or Co. .. .. .. 10.00 .. .. 25.00 ments to laundry.
the Blue Flavor" is, perfection. NOTICE. complaining of backache kidney Ieyer Shoe W. K. Hyer, Jr. .. .
Ask for Ribbon the %5c size. 1 of these ',ready-to-eat Tenders are asked for the discharge ills of any kind. This remedy baa Lewis &; Co. .. u .. .. .. .. 10.00. J. G. Wood:: .. u .. .. .. .. 10.00 Anyone who has his -. ,1
things. Toothsome pork and and custody of cargo now on board the been used in my family off and on foryeuti D. B. Rutherford ..' .. .. .. 5.00E. Wm. E. Anderson_. .. .. .. 5.00 done at the Star ;."
"' beans, potato .chips soups, Norwegian bark Suix-rb. now stranded in have been M. Prater .. u .- .. .. 1000F Powell Co. .. .. 25.00 laundry :
Location. the pills never A.
W.
and
. Temporary E.I preserves,.jellies,.pickles! etc. Pensacola bay. Weather permitting F. Bingham .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 u. will tell of its highquality l
The temporary offices of. E. work to be done discharging not less than found wanting to anyone requiring Citizens -National Bank .. .. 100.00Ed you
.. .. % OO
SaUnders & Co.. and E. E. Saunders forty thousand per day. Parties contracting a kidney medicine. No one need hesitate C F. Zeek .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 Peake .. .. .. .. .. .. 6.00 laundry work f

fre now located In' the north end ofQe responsible will for barfto cargo furnish while out bond of and ship.13 ,about going to a drug store for Mrs.: WI.. A... D'AJemberte.. .. .. .. .. 3.00 A. M. McMillan .. .. .. .. '.. 10.00 ..14

Keyserbujlding. Bids to be opened Tuesday morning Doan's Kidney Pills for they will not Cash Lannon ..o. .. .. .. .. .. 15-00 Jos. Coleman ... .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 The Star Steam ;
October 9th. at 10 a. m., at the office of disappointed in the results ob T H. Leslie E Brooks .. .. .. .. 10.00
E. A. ZeItUSo''Vke-consul of Norway and be Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00 .
Phone No. 178 Sol Cahn & Co. reserve the rights to reject any and an tained." Mrs. Fountaine .,' .. .. .. .. 1-00 J. E. Dubuisson & Co. .. .. .. 25.00 $ ,
Is Now :17 bids. '0. P. -Ullch Master Norwegian For sale by all dealers. Price 50 F. Hilburn .. .. .. .. .. .... ...10.00 G. Rolfs .. .. '.. ...' .. .. ,.. 5.00 Laundry l'
Working. Bark Superb. 6ocUt .. .. .. .. .. 5.00
'Th. Pur* Food Star*. cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,, W.M.J.Seott..q.;. ., .. 4.00 R., P. Reese. ,
Sol Cahn & Co.. $;T Phone No. 178 New York, sole agents for the! United Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.00! M. H. Sullivan .. .. .. .. .. 50.00 37 E. Garden St; Phone 114 .;
-* ;-w" ;' SMttmest Ctrmw.Ptlatu ad.IstideaciaPhosis States. R. Billiard .. ... ... -'.;;; .. .. 1.00 J. Emmet Wolfe .. .. .. .. 15.00 Pensacola, Fla. ;- :JI
cu5s Is Now .. .. .. 5.00 Escambia Lodge Xo. 15, F. and i :I ,
f't1\ fJI8 Working. the name-Doan's-and Cash .. .. .. ..>.. ; ; I ,
AND GLAZING. -"Il' Remember Cash :... ...! : .-.\ ..t... LOO A.M.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' 25.00. ,- "
t Sol Cahn, & Co. take 'no other. : / '
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I I'in our navy: has of late been made. the NEW WHITE HOUSE. ONE. 'GERM, j BEET SEED., Ak your doctor about tidOmor'I -

i VJbe DttUiutola Joutnall!subject Cx widespread comment But I, 1- eleatJjt. Solve Problem of Ecoolii. Y M keeping Ayer' Cherry Pectoral the ho ur

what else Is to be expected. .so long:, resIdent. Retmrn to Re04de4 eal Beet Culture. 0 Li ay ready for-colds. coughs, croup,bronChitis
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as unscrupulous- and dishonest contractors 'I I ECCtYIUlon.President Professor W. W. Tracy of'the department he says It's aU right, then get a bottle of j it t
I Roosevelt and his family I of agriculture has Just returned Why not show*little foresight in
are to off.rot ach
permitted palm
will return to a practically new WhIte from the fat west, where be Need Itonce. ? Early treatment,culT cure.

; DAILY. WEEKLY._ SUNDAY. i ten material upon a government department House,congress hating provided ample' 'I"has been looking after the experiments: : .r..no**of-Uou->!pr W p. jmfcll r tioM.* J.O.ll.JeAn.

PUBLISHED: EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I, that is evidently worse than! means,for putting: Jhe executive mansion : with beet seeds on which the department -
rotten?
i la first cl "condition, says a has been working for years.

...BY... I 1.a i Washington dispatch to the St. Louis I As a result ot these operations it was .

J THE JOURNAL COMPANY. l Post-Dispatch.' Bince the president left announced' by Charles F. ,. special Ex.CUHSIO: : :

3 UPTON. SINCLAIR'S : Washington In July it has been in i agent 'of this work, that a one

& NEW COLONY. charge of: painters plasterers, plumbers : germ seed has been developed' whichwilt

FRANK L YES President and General Manager and other workmen. A new roof a Washington -
.M .. : solve the problem says Sunday, October 7th. The Launch Marion
.
1 I I EI has been: put on the colonnade by dispatch to the Omaha WorldHerald. ,
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MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. which guests entet the White House I .. This Is one' of the most re-
and Safest In the
l Upton Sinclair has bought a placeon from the east narkable processes in plant development The Largest Harborwill
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.J --------i the Hudson where he will estab-- Colonel BrowneU superintendent of the department scientists have

SUBUCRIPTION RATES lish his colony of SocIalists. The public buildings and grounds, said: excursions. at 10 and 2:30
ever undertaken run two leaving a. HL, p. m., passing
; 'Tear .. .. ......."".. One .. place purchased Is'called Helicon the
One .J5 CO Month '.. .. .. 45 "While outward:Improvements have A beet seed is,in fact not; a seed buta Yard, Forts Barrancas and Pickens, Life Saving Station and
11 Six Months .. ..-... .. .. 2 50 One Week. :. .. -.. .. .. 10 Hall and is' at Bnglewdbd N. Y.. been made the east room and blue. 4 cluster of seeds in ,a small husk. Navy the island, viewing the cuts made by The recent storm. along
Three .Months.. .. .. ..,1 25 Weekly Edition CO about half an hour's travel from New ;
per year.1 *
York. The house is on the Palisades, I green and red parlors have not been Planted' each germ ,nslde the busk Wharf, .rear Pensacola Iron Works, S. Palafox street Fare 50 cents.

; four hundred feet above the Hudson 'neglectecL' It was deemed essential (n starts a little plant The small cluster

The Only Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed river, In the middle of a beautiful treating the appointments and decora- thus crowds each other and It is nec- W.W.HUGHES

Circulation. Statement Can Bo Secured. .1 I park of nine acres, on the border ofa tions of these rooms, which are shownto essary .t(). pull by hand all but one In '
forest extending fifteen miles along that should be takento developa
the public care order that It may bare: room to -=
the tcp of tae Palisa'des. The extarior hostile criticism by visitors. Abroad where In-
,
prevent beet fit for sugar. 3\3Vt\BXS\S\SXSX X8X XSXSX "'='
I of the building is of unique design "Unlike any other official or private bar ,thIS is done:: by hand; In ,
i is cheap
Editorial Room 38 Papers on Sale Tralna'lBusIness0tfice15O0 and
on impresses In .
one as being
PI {[ \ residence In this country, these rooan will do such work.Farmers .
this country no one
: perfect harmony with its .surroundings ; -
and at all News
Stands. The Interior Is unusually at- cannot be shut up to prevent the entrance want to cultivate their farms 1 NIGHT SCHOOL i

tractive. The property Is appraised of air and sunshine. They must from a spring seated cultivator drawn I II

Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntend-ncia and DeLuna Sts. at $2,000 an acre with buildings always be open and ready for Inspec- by four horses. So the ,beet sugar in- ..
north $40,000. Bowling alleys a tion by critical housekeep of this dustry has grown'slowly because there 5 _
theater and a large dining hall makeup country and abroad. If such critics was nobody to pull! the superfluous ,

PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1906. I some Mr.of Craig the features the. former of the place.WVle found carpets and draperies faded or beets Secretary ilsoa set .hs! .scientists i DO YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BOOKKEEPING. PENMAN.,

refuses to mention the consideration owner worn they would not hesitate to con- to..work to develop a beet seed SHIP, SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING, BUSINESS PAPERS, COMMER. t

j- t it is believed to be somewhere around demn the apparent niggardliness.. with only a single germ in it This a CIAL CORRESPONDENCE ARITHMETIC, SPELLING-IN SHORT. '/
1- The crop statistic nuisance Is be- A Sane and Sensible 65000. Possession wul be taken In "People who come to the White Professor Tracy says they have done. E ALL BRANCHES OF STUDY THAT COMPRISE A FIRST-CLASS BUSL S

: nn1ng to crop out again.. of a few days. Some of those who will I House ar6 unanimous In the opinion Last: year's seeds contained 33 1-3 NESS EDUCATION THEN DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND OUR

i 1 Expression 'Opinion..The live there this winterare Upton Sin- that there Is nothing too good for the per cent of one germ'seed. The experiments :: .' .
will not of Cuba
Taft be
governor recent Atlanta race riots have clair and,family Professor John Dew- president of the United States and his began four years ago. In three NIGHT SCHOOL. S-- v jj
I 6
J *fter alL Saving himself for something
of
ey, Columbia his
College. and -family Insist that
and congress
family, they of evolution says the scientist .
: given rise to much futile discussion, years more
better. ; ; Professor and :Mrs. William -
: should take the same view of it and seed with uniformly -
will have a
they .
and have led so many well-meaning Noyes. Professor and Mrs. Montague. =
I Besldes.maklng a hit with the people people to conclusions utterly illogical also cf Columbia; Ellis O. Jones and make adequate appropriations. Con a single germ. Then it can be "'. -

Hearst can hit p'etty hard him- that it is refreshing to meet with a family. Dr. Charles. H- Castle Bjork- stant care and vigilance necessary, to planted by machinery at proper Inter- PENSACOLA BUSINESS COLLEGE. ;jr \
fie'f! man, W. J. Lampton, Dr. and 'Mrs. keep the Interior of the mansion lookIng vals. :No pulling of extra plants will
on occasion.
; f commentary so sane. sound and sensible Gwathmey and'family and Mr. and fresh and up to date In all Its ap be necessary, cultivating and diggingcan ::- 900 and 1037.University "

of this administration talk as that quoted below from the Mrs. Edwin Potter. !As far as possible !- pointments." be done by hand and the American Phones S"; .
St. Louis Republic; the cooperative plan will be ad- all the ;
; "rotten" elections .In Cuba is beets will easily supply U I
riMUch all rot. As for the possibility of a race war hered to. AS the colonists, are all MARKING FAMOUS "TRAIL country's sugar. -
"
;' in the South, that is a nightmare well-to-do and can buy what theydon't lI ''"\::\ iiW
I Payne having been put find at their new home they
upI which disturbs nobody possesing a will doubtless enpoy life at Helicon Penny Contribution to ,PerpetuateOld .
for Congress for the twelfth time level head and good digestion.It Hall Santa Fe Route. An Ancient KnglUb Workhou.e.In ..
for
a while at leastMeantime it
the records of' St. Thomas hospital
doubtless feels all serene.VIcePresident is a significant fact that the Atlanta will be a fine advertisement for Sin School children ;everywhere will be '
London is an entry of the year <
mob which recently brought disgrace clair.-Atlanta Evening News.A Interested in the announcement that a of f the State of Florida
Fairbanks is said to 1570 to the effect that "In consideration
t upon that city was madeup- collection of almost half a million pennies -
; of the hote of the the 1
have looked quite peaked when 'onPike's tyme yere" poor .
it is said-almost wholly of the class Batter of Nose. has been made ,from the schoolchildren three iW GAINESVILLE FLA.
be allowed one a day
"every
Peak the other ,
day. which, feels the competition of negro In spite 0? the important place givento of the state of Kansas the pyntts of Bere for two months". a Fall term opens In Gainesville September 26th_ ,For catalogue
the nose as an index of character, fund to be need for the marking of the and Information address. .
still for :
\ Troops are sailing Cuba labor. quart at dinner and a pint at supper:.
there is but lIttle'to be learned from it
; Wnd' the great American grafter will On the other hand. those who :were in estimating the.causes of an Innate famous Santa Fe trail. The Idea was and at the end of two months returnto I STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINE

,JBlso soon sail in, in earnest most. earnest in their efforts to sup- bond between ,the mind and the fea- originated children.only recently have but already with "there olde. ordinary allowance A high grade Institution for young men. Literary, Scientific
responded
369,160 Is quarte. The food at thin j
; Senator Dryden declares that he press disorder and protect the innocent tures. Most of the .correspondenceswhich contributions of from! ito, 5 cents, and wyche ancient workhouse one was to be dealt I and Engineering courses.

twill stick to the President Some victims of the mob, were among be have been- remarked appear to the pennies are still P uring in. says with as liberally as the drink. The almoner I I ANDREW SLEDD, President,
of
a radical order but a Roman -
linen are always getting stuck. the._best people in Atlanta more than why the Washington Star. and steward were to "bye no GAINESVILLE, FLA.
nose first became associated with a
t one of the old slave-owning class glad- It is the intention of those In chargeof byffe but of the best without bones
Howard Gould's wife's sister bas I warlike and domineering disposition or
Just married a Chinaman. The famIly ly opening their doors to give shelterto how a long and'ttin nose became linked the project to expend the fund In and In special without the marybon
the' of which will be and other to be
posts bowght"
respectable colored people whose with purchase none
business
: prudence is more than I
can now Its dirty linen at
wash
'at Intervals
erected the
along route
.
lives in -i-- --------------w
>aiome. were danger. can say. If we omit the changes
These facts speak for themselves. which take place in a nose during the once traversed by 09 many thousandsof .Profentonal Dignity. I -

iPalma is coming back to the United Those who ,best know the negroes of lifetime of its possessor, there is scarcely pioneers before the days of the rail- '"What wages do you expect? asked Coal 'and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.
road.. The posts will be set as close Mrs. Randolph of Aunt Phronie who
nasal
States as as he left It. Estrada a peculiarity of value to the
poor
the South
best
are satisfied that '
will never rank high among modern they physiognomist which at,the same'timeIs .together as the amount collected will bad come to biro.as cook. Get our prices before placing your orders. We
are here to stay, and that the talk of allow, and it Is expected that the work "Well, Ah tell you- Ef Ah cooks an'
statesmen. cosmopolitln.Tartar or Ilottentot sell Jellico, Galloway and Alabama best lump coal
I"deportation which is heard from however warlike could give proof- will be completed<\ before the end' of waits on de table, too, Ah 'spects $2

:; The ribald paragraphers of our be- time to time, Is:no more tnan so much of it In this way., Japan has shown the summer. *.* ebery week Ah lives, b-o-t ef yo' ,all We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery

i loved country are certainly having wasted breath.' that she possesses plenty. of men with The Santa ,Fe trail, reaching from has 'family reach at de table an' Ah system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is

1 lots of fun with little Freddy Funston I There is .no 'practicable-no possi- military aptitude, but no Welhngtoniaa Kansas City to Santa;,ice; is about $00 Jes' hab ail ter* cook den Ah charges er 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232.

just now. ble method of getting the negroes nose can be found within her borders; miles in length, almost every mile -of dollar ttf bits.-Pfttsburg S Dis

out of ,the country. And. If there Again na.Chinese nose is long and which was once the, scene of some patch. The Moore Ice CompanyFactory

The Birmingham Ledger says that were,' those? who were the 'strongest thin yet John is not without a certain fierce struggle engaged in by the early Thi I. Different. Corner Garden and Manresa Streets
""Cuba is now as much ours as advocates of aptitude at driving bargains.-Black-. western settlers with the hostile bandsof ,
deportation would be "Love makes theworld go round.
; Luzon." Yes, and well lose on It all 'I the wood's Magazine. Indians :who half a century ago P. O. Box. 422. Phone 232
among first lo''want them back The world se right} too. I roamed the plains, ,- --------- ,...
wreaking vengeanceon I --nA-- ewI
II makes head swim. That's the -
I.I again. And this ,want would develop your .
Music and the white 'who
the .
Turtle. ,man kept_ driving *
If John D itself explanation. -
about
Rockefeller'sinastery of the in -
of
putting the next ;
I I The Egyptians according to the sage them farther and farther west. It Is a
I the French language is as poor as his crop.If, Apollodorns credit their! Hermes or landmark in American history, and the :.....+.t...... 0 f.......0......................:
'I How to Be DeautifuL"What
opinion of the French people, he is .to I' the South needs one thing more 11erctll'j"Ith .the Invention 6f music proposition to perpetuate it throughthe <
I I do'you'do to keepso beau
be. pitied. than another :just', now it is labor; under the following circumstances: medium of penny contributionswas rul?" they asked the butterfly."I I
Massachusetts' Democratic state I and until that want is supplied the The Nile having overflowed its banks hailed with delight by the schoolchildren I do nothing," she replied.A I SIDEBOARDS AND CHINA ii

Eonventlcn hissed Hearst and cheered:less 'we hear .of. "deportation" and and inundated nearly all of Egypt, on .. .

Bryan. Cheerful way of making his- "race wars" the. better for all, con- its return to'its banks left on its Her Wlcdam.' deep genuine sincerity is the first I
shores various dead animals and
5- /tory, at any rate' cerned. among the rest a tortoise, the flesh "Girlsr! quietly called old but e&N characteristic of all men in. auy way i CLOSETS i ii. ;
astute Aunt Broadhead.
nently heroic Carlyle.Am .
-
Some' Prussian geismographlc sharps Another: Navy.Department until having nothing dried remained and wasted in the In shell the-.sun but "Ma'am they replied as they fluttered ./ :

report a violent earthquake some- obediently to her. i. We never have Had ones as t
ScandaL curtilages.; These: being tightened by Arab Fishing Tarn so many pretty
where. Taft must have stepped "Always remember, girls, that whena A from Algiers "Some
on fishing yarn :
the drying heat became
- something in Cuba. I.! Nobody need} : be, at. all surprised at Mercury walking;,along: the sonorous.banks of man,professes to have a 'fatherly interest' Arabs were fishing from a boat with we have now-made of quartered oak, highly J

any developments that the river, happened to strike his rooll in you his own daughters need lines off the coast when dolphin sev- : polished and marvels of beauty: and elegance :

j The President announces that refbates -I may from time to time' be made In against this shell was so pleased with Jt that your own father can sufficiently enteen feet long, eleven feet In circumference ."

have been "stopped." Yes, stopped -official circles at Washington and no the sound produced that the idea of supply you with It and that is the and weighing four tons swal- ; !__,___ 1
i ( In the Immediate vicinity of the Oldest of all stories'save one la the lowed of the baited hooks and i .
point In the! entire. circle. of administrative the lyre suggested itself, and he constructed 1\"orld.-Puck. one : .
: ]I shipper with a pull I corruption; will bear closer a lyre of the shell of a large dashed off: at a tremendous speed. The

than tortoise, which he strung with the fishermen paid out as much line as 15.00 to 65.00 I
; j ANew, York newspaper man has watching the nevy department An Experiment. i
sinews of dead animals. possible and then made it fast This ,
: Must married Into the Astor family.i which is administered. by .Secretary wrote: Dryden "Where are you going, Michael, .so. brought the dolphin up sharply, but ', *

j Ills example Is not, however, likely! Bonaparte' 1n a manner that Is early" the line. The
the strain snapped ; mon
; Less than a god they, thought there could | Why not.give one for that wedding present. *
.
:to be generally followed. |.doubtless : s.agreeable: .to certain Xaj not dwell "Apothecary's: :wife got sick last ster then attacked the boat, and capS S I .

I vored conractpr.as: ft is expensive to Within the hollow of that shell night""Doctor sized it, flinging tbe fishermen into the .
:
i Mr. Rockefeller thinks that we the taxpayers of the country. That spoke so 5s.tly.. been thereyetr"No. water. Other Arabs ashore waited till S .

Should; keep on "building up." BuildIng -, The very latest addition to the long I found a'prescription. In the the dolphin was clear of the men and .
Pap rus. street when I was In town and I'm killed f MARSTON & QUINA i if
, up such skyscraping monopolies list of scandalous In then it with rifles. ,
deyelopments
The papyrus used by the ancient going to have tht.made. up and try It.Fliegend ."
: .es the Standard Oil. of course. this department is concisely 'summari -i Egyptians vas made from the stemsof Blatter. The Perfume Core. 108..11CrS;,Palafox' SL Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. i

: ; The Atlanta Journal talks. In a ed In :a, recent press dispatch, which a peculiar water reed'growing In all One American girl who spent the f

: ,weet singer strain of "the gray daysf reads as follows: parts of Egypt The outside layer of Conflicting. summer In Paris and who went ..............+......4..........6..............+.....

} autumn." Blue days for some peo- The statement is'made 'that the vi- the plant was removed, and beneath Actor-I can't play all three of the through what the Parisians said was

along the Gulf tals of Untie Sam's crack Traf vessels this! there were found a number of layers parts you have assigned to me In this the hottest season In many years with
,pIe coast, it is to be
: '{eared. are declared io be 'filled with boiler of a delicate pithy membrane. melodrama. ,Manager-Why not? Ac- sunstrokes common enough to make an F ; DAVIS
tubes that should tor-Because In the first act two bf J. JEWELER
'be rejected by the These, being separated, were placed In American, feel at home has returned ,
;; i The Birmingham Ledger observes government Inspectors. The United layers. A second layer was laid at them engage In 'a fight and the third with reports of a new antidote for Now in .

I that; In the case of tramps the peon; States government of justfce;.'through:is investigating the department right ngles to and above the first and rushes In and separates them. veat that the Parislenne has developed; New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St
'
.
)age law, should be strained. Better, the charges that defective boiler sometimes a third over the second. says the New York Press. The Paris '

, observe the law, and let: the sons of flues were supplied 'by the .Steel Tube Heavy pressure'was then applied and Fine feelings without vigor or reason fair ones call it a "cure"-the perfume
la
rest rest Company, for the'nMv warships, the the layers were firmly cemented Into a are the situation of the extreme I cure.. It is meant to prevent sunstrokeand
i Maine the'Colorado the Georgia and fair article of paper.: No gum other feather of a peacock' tall, dragging In has been elaborated until there OPERA HOUSE Typewriters.

1 The New York Chamber of 'Commerce the Pennsylvania:' that'government than what was.contained in the plant the mud.-Foster. are special antidotes for,a dozen special -

is out with a plan to "Improvethe stamps were stolen' and used to get itself was used in the process.; The nervous ailments. The Parisienne TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. The beat Standard Typewriters off..*,,-

condition of the currency." If defective flues past the Inspectors and papyrus was very much,stronger than: Farm FOP MDotrtt and Outer" says the scents blown from an atomIzer for ten days only at a great sa-. '*

-ever carried into effect, the people that cars after being sealed by the the average paper. made by the modern A farm for poor old bums or men have the effect of evolving cooling Klaw & 'Elanger for cash.
government
were broken open and defective machines. The sheets were commonly : breezes, so while her men relatives One Remington, No. 7 Been used
probably be out also. that are down and out fill bo established .., I:- !'
I I-Iil tubes added to complete the ] made from ala to twelve 1nche3sqtuU' Present the Tremendous Success, aMusic 6 months, perfect condition
: In partake :of iced drinks she seeks out Play in Three Acts,
shipment Assistant Secretary of the .at Winona Lake Ind. the by One Fay Sholes No. C. Fine condl
:And now Governor Beekman. of, Porto -Navy Newberry declares that as soon *. __ __ near future as, a memorial to the the atomizer or patronizes the penny- GEO. 'M. CONAN. lion ............................" *.n' "
Rico told is to be as: the agents finish the late Samuel H.: friend 'of"drunks" in-the-slot scent machine. Of course One Underwood No. 4. Been used _
we are "provi- investigation AN EXCITING SCRATCH. Hadley, three .....,.. '
the weeks. Bran new
*t sional governor" of Cuba. The adminIstration action ...111 be. taken. by the govern- and for twenty years head perfumers are fostering the fad. 45'Minutes Good con _
One Bllckenderfer. .
No. 7
.4 certainly makes provisionfor me.nt. Trenton HaD,; Relierlaff a Tickle. of the Jerry McAnley mission of New The American girl who reports it says dltion ..............*.-.-.,.." ... .* ,
This dispatch goes on to Calls Out Fire Engine. York dry Post-DIs- that the various perfumes are classified One No. 3, Fox. Practkafly brar ,
say-as a the St Louis
"
all its faithful henchmen.The matter of c says as follows Rhine violet cures from BroadwayWith new........................... .. ,
leaning
nrse-that the managersof James Lavettt an Italian while patch 111"

Atlanta Journal thinks that the. Steel Tuba Company "de up against; the dry,hall la Trenton' "Pop" Hadley for years had spent nervous' Irritability palm violet cures Corlnne;..a Notable Cast and One months No. .3..Fox.........Been......used... ..... ...(;.

c ''old President ,Palma conducted him- clare the charges false," and that "no scratching his head the other night i f part: of each summer at Winona Lake. neuralgic headache, wallflower cures Cohanesque Chorus. One No. 23 Fox Visible. Been HE,.. _

self with considerable dignity in the basis forthe charges is known at the accidentally pulled the! fire alarm at The first donation.,'for the farm was faintness headache,lavender water cures congested 20 WEEKS IN NEW YORK.' two months ..........,. '* .(' : ,

$ closing days of the Cuban republic. bureau of steam engineering that point: which brought out half the made by Charles H. Madison head of a ..sleep 'and,pleasant hops and dreams poppy car-induces 30 WEEKS....--IN CHICAGO... above I am for overstocked ten days only and for will! ca o.', -

Nothing to the dignity with which This was. to .have been expected. fire department. says ,the New York rescue mission in Poughkeepsie. N. nation revives one and stimulates in Under the business direction of Cohan

,' //Secretary Taft conducted Estrada. to Denials rise as readily to-day to 'the Times.: Lavettl was immediately arrested T. It was Hadley,,.he said who rescued hot weather, lily of the valley quiets &,.llarrls.PrlcesEntlre'LowerFloor.

ihe back door. lips of contractors implicated in such by a detective.who was standing him. A home will be built on the the nerves and hyacinth has the'effect $1.50. Balcony F. B. BRUCE,

scandalous frauds as they did in the close by. He u'could hard not explain farmer Mrs. Hadley. of a Turkish bath. I I cents.., 75 cents and 100. Gallery, 50 21 Brent suira,:' '
and it waijust to make him
? About this time look out for a loud days of the Infamous armor plate'e .-
understand that ,be had caused so
,Corporation protest against govern- 'posure a few years since.
much trouble.
: ernment interference in the business ,And now, as then. the
government Because of the fact that the sendingIn
; ,(of looting the public for revenue only. officials, charged with the
duty of inspection
of the false alarms Is a common occurrence
. The ,true inwardness of this rotest find it convenient to close at...that point by persons who 1

{becomes.apparcnt when it is remem- their eyes at: the""pyschologlcal mo declare they do hot' know what ,the Plantation Chill Giire isTo

i )Jbered that the people and the government ment" box is there for', Chief Allen of the fire

: happen to be interchangeable The frequent occurrence of dangerous department prefer charges against

:ienDa In this country -and' sometimes fatal accidents the man for malicious mischief as &
- arainZOk Cure, or Money Refunded bur Your Merchant. So. Wh/ Hot'Try IT I UrIne, SOc. Retail.

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-. I Summer Beverages and Desserts Replenishing the Summer Wardrobe. ByDorOtby Dale. I Of Interest to the Housekeeper. ; |Ii rBY .


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BY SARA CRAXFORli. Sommer gowns need constant attention The novel touch to these! frocks was I front the tucking only extending to yoke BEATRICE CARET. ] ,,

s to keep them looking fresh and attractive given by the way in''which the lace yokes I depth and the gingham was not used for \ 'J
Iced Tea.-The most economical way to spoonful of butter, or lard and one-half To Wash Thread Laces.-Very'fine or I perfectly. The gum arable can be bought : ..j! :aIn
and as even the most charming were made. Valenciennes lace ,was generally the sleeves which were of sheer lawn covered .
<
of teaspoonful of salt; add three-quarters of expensive lace of the real band-made variety the drug store for a few cents, and r
Iced tea is to make: a pot tt'i
prepare : gown will not be effective If It Is crushed used, each, row being joined together with ruffles of narrow Valencienneslace. '
rattier Oolong tea early In the a cup of milk and roll out one-third of an or old lace which has the yellowish should be soaked and allowed to dissolve '
strong and partly soiled It really becomes quitea by: a narrow..rClung beading the A band of Insertion finished the '
Pour of fresh boiling Inch thick. Spread thickly with any kind tone of the old-time tinting so highly in warm water for an hour or so before c"J I
morning. a pint problem especially to the summer sojourner stitching being done on a chain stitch sleeves, th&band being edged with a gath-
of berries sift sugar over and roll Bate prised has to be very carefully treated using Instead of ironing lay the lace OBa x
tablespoon-
three ;
water heaping
slowly on to keep one's clothes In proper machine in color. For instance one frock ered frill. The yoke had a collar and
full cover tightly and set to one side not half an hour. and serve hot with. fruit. In cleaning and to do this effectively piece of old linen and press between! 4 ;
condition. If one Is planning a summer was of white'voile, with a little conventional upper part of the Insertion, below which f
over the fire. When perfectly cold pour off sauce. I and at the same time work no Injury the leaves of a heavy book. Lace treated: : ;;
one-half i at a seashore resort. It Is well to take pattern In red embroidery at intervals were, little frills of the gathered lace r
the tea from the leaves and set on Ice. Fruit Sance -Cream 'together to the lace Is often a puszle. There. are in this manner win remain clean longer : y'
of Into account the effect of salt air on one's the lace and beading forming; the matching the sleeves. The gingham was :
of sugar and one tablespoonful certain which make of and have a and finer .f
of filtered water lyingon cup shops a specialty new appearance.
!large bottle
JIateji finery In planning an outfit, and'althouzl pointed) yoke, being onachlne stitched in finished by being scalloped down each side
the let and Just 'Sefore) serving-! -aad putter;,_ add\one beaten egg,' one cop of- I the work In this country these chops employing Care of Tin 4eptac1ea.-Enl cook j.
; a few organdies soft mulls et cetera may red silk,"with the chain stitch vppermost. of the front and back, the armhole also i
one quart of this water to the tea. Serve mashed berries and one' cup of boiling experts who mend the lace and should be most careful of allowing food '!
be Included one's frocks the materials Another little dimity_ patterned in smalL being scalloped as shown la the sketch 1
In glasses with a'slice of lemon and sugar milk. Wet one teaspoonful of cornstarch among restore It after the cleaning has been done; to be prepared for the table to remain In : ,t' ; \ '
which have rather substan- bouquets of tiny flowers was stitched in The second drawing shows another
more
to taste. Small lamps of Ice may be and enough milk to dissolve It'and stir In' of character but if the following directions are carried tin receptacles, as many a ease of 'J f
the with blue silk, this smart design for'a gown light
tial best for generalwear. same pale
wearing
qualities way
are I
i
slowly. Let all boll together three minutes has been traced to
added If desired.A linen. out the work can generally be done at ptomaine poisoning ,
blue
this model being in light-
Among these fabrics are the silk model being made with a Dutch neck and ,
and serveRaspberry
more'dellcate but home most aDd with this the poisoning developing Ir
tea. more expensive successfully equallygood very source
muslins, French dimities, fine lawns etcetera short sleeves.:, The collarless neck Is, by Small white linen buttons and pipings of
can be made with cold water. Foom.-Sl--"I half a package which results. Indeed few women care from the action of add on the tin. This IiI. -
and for the even more popular than ever white ornamented the gown was '
morning wear ginghamsare way;
of water be of gelatin In half a of water until ,to trust old or meat or canned :
Pour the entire quantity to cup front. There valuable lace which is probe I. why vegetable any ii
,one-half In great favor, as-are linens and the especially for' the young girls and for made with a princess paneled IJ
used on twice the "quantity'ot tea used soft; heat to boiling two and Ii
ont-oftown of the little was a deep pointed yoke of fine white batiste
wear
111I heavier cotton materials, such as cannon many
when making with boiling water; and cups of red raspberry Juice; sweeten to
also being
the elbow sleeves
made In this fashion. embroidery
cloth, French percale. madras. cotton morning frocks are
six twelve hours before taste, and turn'over the soaked gelatin.
I let It etand from to three-inch
cheylot. et cetera. Often after one's BUmmer as well as those for afternoon and evenIng finished by a ruffle of em- 'I
dissolved then strain '
until ,
serving. The cold water extracts Stir perfectly' wardrobe has been ostensibly com- I wear. broidery to match. These sleeves were :
dish In lee- ater to cooL '
and the
the refreshing Qualities of the tea without let tucked crosswise a few' inches from the
pleted it becomes necessary to replenishit As to the gingham frocks some of the
When cold beat the whites of three eggs
the astringent.) during the midsummer season and If best-dressed women seen at the fashionable inner seam the lower part being shaped t t'
Raspberry Vinegar.-To four quarts red to a stiff froth and stir Into the thlcken- and with !
i one makes a round of visits at various resorts resorts are wearing these little un- as shown in the sketch piped ,

or country houses a fresh, new gown pretentious gowns but they are so smartly white linen.- The waist had a separate .

. or two Is almost always necessary before designed that the effect is extremely good. piece' of the _blue linen as shown in the '-

the season Is half over. Checks are the favorite and the large drawing set on either side of the front r. '

i ." These frocks need not necessarily however I checks are considered the most modish. this piece being carried out by a paneled :tr.'r'r.,, ,,

be expensive: : as all summer materials Lavender and white, light blue and white front to the skirt. This bodice trimming "

are. as a rule much reduced In and pink, tan and yellow also in combination and panel,was outlined by the white pip-

: 'price at this time of year and the chief with white are most effectively made Ing and ornamented by groups of tiny

.1I 1. difficulty lies In having the fabrics' made up. with very deep yokes of lace or em- white battens. This style would also be ; ,
.
up. The deep'embroidery Bouncings broidery and a good deal of white also Introduced very effective in plaid or checked ging 'd'

:1r Y either in all white or In white with the about the sleeves. The ant drawIng ham'piped in color or" in pale gray or ; .}.

s embroidery In color are cleverly con- shows one of the most desirable mod- ecru piped In black, tiny black buttons ; {f .

i trived Into trimmings for delightful little els seen In these ginghams, this one beingin also being used. ,

. costumes and one prominent New a rather large black and white check." To go back to the problem of making '(

: York Importer showed me several models The black and white checks by the way clothes, It is pften quite' ixraslble to have 1'

. Q'.f where the deep embroidery had been are extremely good style and are especially such 'simple frocks as' those described i

: w made up Into a little short-sleeved bolero favored for the days when the weather made by measurement without the necessity -
when excursion into of going back to town to be fitted.
. coat to be worn with a skirt of Is not favorable or an
short Is the Another excellent: : plan is to send on a
. sheer white muslin finished around the town or a railway trip program
and short
. well-fitting simply made blouse
bottom with a flounce of the same em' be !
,
. 'which measurements may'
. broidery. One particularly pretty model The gown illustrated was made with a skirt by '
had block In inch-wide Valen- which full taken. As to replenishing one's summer
a pattern plain gored skirt was very 1 1
ciennes lace let In above the flounce. A around the bottom and was made to clear hats often a bunch of fresh flowers or ,

i blouse trimmed with the same valen- the ground by four inches. Three bias ribbon is an that is required and In many \

clennes accompanied the costume: which bands were used as trimming the lower cases faded flowers can be retinted in i

! was decidedly smart looking although band being three inches wide, the second water colors with satisfactory results. .
very simple. The embroideries with the used to clean r
alcohol be .
and the two Gasoline or can '
one two and a half upper one
. open eyelet designs are especially effective straws, and If the hat is discolored 't ,1t -
used In this way the sleeves being Inches in width. The first band was fight-colored: ;
- merely gathered ruffles of the .same stitched onxdlrectly above the hem which too much to renovate, it can .' act.
1 1i 1r 1r be dyed black or some dark color with
u slightly hollowed out under the arms and was three Inches deep a two-Inch apace i
the top of the coat being finished by a being left between each ben The girdle surprisingly food results. The large- : : :
!
stiffened In the mIddle brimmed black hats are very smart and
,
turndown collar and rever pieces madeof was of the gingham 1 t ,
the edge of the embroidery. Other of the back and boned. The bodice was becoming when worn with lightcoloredgowns f .
made with deep V-shaped yoke back and and are relieved from any hint Ai't. /
charming little frocks shown by the same a .
Importer were of white dimity or cotton front this vest as it might be called extending of somberness by being trimmed with ,. :
voile patterned with a small ,design. in almost to the girdle. The- material garlands Of flowers and rosettes of colored \ ; II
- DOROTHY DALE. t
xrl color. was tucked at the shoulders back and ribbon. ::
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"place for several days. A Practical Jewel Case. "<
Blueberry Cakes. -One pint sifted flour, \ i ,1a '

one pinch of salt two even teaspoons bak.' I '
I
ing powder one-quarter cal sugar one The accompanying Illustration shows ft safekeeping the case being worn under #1; '

egg yolk and white beaten separately, one sketch of a Jewel ease in which one's rings one's gown suspended around the neck f ;

cup milk, one heaping cup huckleberriesor and pins can be placed when traveling for with ,a white wash ribbon. The outer ,

blueberries. Sift together flour, salt envelope over of the case is shown in t :

1t and baking: powder two rr three ,times the lower 'pan'of the cat and was made ':

Cream butter and sugar and beat again. of white handkerchief: linen the flap

,0 Add beaten yolk, then t ilk. Stir in the being finely, scalloped and buttonholedand
beat Add' white, 'i. :
flour and thoroughly. the owner's initials being embroidered :
' beaten stiff, and lastly the berries picked
0o in the center.. 'Two small buttons
over, washed and sprinkled with a ur.
used to close the 1
buttonholes were
Bake In muffin tins about half'an hour. and if. ,
o Sour milk may be'used with one-halt teaspoon flap. Half-inch-wide white wash ribbon :'

of soda Instead of the baking was used as a hanger, about twothirdsof ably an heirloom to" the I >'
whole Is a I
white wine vine- Ing gelatin. Beat until the ', :
raspberries put enough being required. sional cleaning establishment
a yard
iIe far to cover; let stand twenty-four hours; solid foam stiff enough to retain its powder. tidy The laser,CAM. la which the Jewels are one is sore the work win be
email molds'prerlousl7 Grape Marmalade. season thereIs
Into
:Turn
of shape.
cald and strain It add a pound sugar
; and most done would
to one pint of Juice; boll twenty minutesand wet with cold water, then pile roughly In so much fresh fruit on hand that the placed, was made of cbajnolr' akin it with carefully their own hands i:

ready for, use and a dish. Serve with whipped: cream. housekeeper will find herself with ''left was also In envelope shape except that ,
bottle. It Is then
My method Is this Cover
:
will of Ice Iced Currants.-WAsh and drain lane overs." ,About the most satisfactory: there were two compartments formed by a .
keep for years. To a glass with the leg of a soft old ; .
water add two tablespoonfuls; It Is very dry bunches of rip. currants, dip Into of using up a,small quantity of fruit is stitching two strips of. the chamois to It t
lag fastening securely
beaten white of eggr: pat In serve so that to make it into marmalade. Take ,the rpb ; the outer section the inner piece being
refreshing In warm weather. wail not touch each other sift powdered .to.where.the_Cap_folds over this low., Wind the lace smoothly \ .i
of they grapes which have dropped from the cut tip I '
Vienna Coffee-To one and a half cups and In .. bottle, sew carefully arouD
them put
..
sugar thickly over bunches and take the seeds out, then .. piece being divided Into different compartments *
boiling milk add one cup of whipped a warm place to dry. Cherries and grapes by rows of machine stitching.In with a fine needle and i -

cream and pour this Into one cup or more ..may be prepared the same'way.Barberries. weigh or measure and allow measure for ."'", these compartments: the rings are every loop fast to the k
Place all together
measure of fruit and
or strained coffee, Two cups of. raisins, seeded sugar. outer piece was not cut first In cold water; then 3e'y
,
placed.ne .
Iced Cocoa.-After the cocoa;has been and chopped one-half pound of made in'{he regular'way. using all milky 'citron-one cup sugar; juice of one lemon, 25 minutes; then add the Juice of \ quite so in deep,, which one's pins could be made with food white .soap : ;

it should boo chilled without adding any .one-half cup.of water. Stew all together boa lemon to every quart or pound of Ii- ta strip ,- els- Mils of money placvd. lace gently with the palm '.i s.
-- clasped or
cold milk. Beat thoroughly just before fruit. Set "marmalade-wr-jelly- -
''Lye minutes., Line (man patty pans.with twaytn TIll. ,little case to most practical u I Bins carefully through tw ,

serving Baked Berry of sour ,rich pie crust filled riththe above mixture glasses and serve very cold. 'Place" in Icebox the Cover, being washable: it is easily waters, and when perfectly : f
RolL-one pint .
with upperetnsCand bake In the nUht before, .. comfortably won. i ii this solution- of gum
'lltte-.lwltla one heaping tablespoonful"of. cover 'SLSA-CRANFOBD. : -- -!; '.: ,- laundered ana can be. a t
'Qufck oven., These wfll keep la a cool:
baking powder; mix Into thin eWe table- I I1







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.* AGE SIX. I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY_ MORNING! OCTOBER ,

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:. LESLIE E BROOKSREAL A GOLDEN REAL ESTATE

VACANT HOUSES


I.!i'i'WARNING 'I ESTATE AND INSURANCERENTS OPPORTUNITYTO ', .' ; \ '



BARGAINS WANTED ;!

: COLLECTED AND PROMPT MAKE: .: .' .
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RETURNS MADE. ,, '

Be prepared for the next i: ; REAL MONEY ESTATE PLACED MORTGAGES.AT, INTEREST- ON.. MONEY $3500Takes : : "


WANT TO BUY A H'OME'OR'I INVEST ', 6-room cottage on
5 lots and

; cyclone by allowing us to. write :Ia I: IN EITHER.PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU is offered to those with a little of northwest streets.the This corner street property ffrom of Reus the Is and two Immediatelyacross Cervantes new cottages ; WE' CAN: RENT. ANY.


WANT-TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? money to spare-all recently completed by Mr. Caflero.A AND ALL DWELLINGS

tornado dwellings WE CAN SELL IT. block 151 and north half of for very$15 per desirable month.corner.with ample Cottage room rents to AND STORES PLACED
policy i
on
your R. build a nice home on the corner or.three
block 152 J.
adjoining
more cottages. If you want something WITH,;US.
: good will find none better at the .
you ?
Saunders Co.'s naval stores -
price. Let us show you. WE CAN ALSO PLACE

f etc. I I' yard. Especially desirable FIRE INSURANCE IN 16

LESLIE E. BROOKS for building tenant houses. A OLD-LINE COMPANIES. __ ,


HOOTON & WATSON, I Real Estate I bargain for S Brown& Co. .-. .

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and insurance. $2750. :* SELL LOTS" :: ... )
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( !I Phone 54. Agents. i. :
462. 112 S. Palafox.
: Phone Phone 918. Thiesen Building .. 0 :r: ,
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. i L. HELP WANTED.. WANTED. For Sale Ufe Agents Insurance New, Company.York FARMFORSALE HOOT.ON & 'WATSON ,


RVANTED-Good cook at 619 North Bay- WANTED position as home.maker 100 E. Government Street. "THE RENTAL AGENTS"
len street. 6octlwJTHE for any old or JLi1dl -ag son, by a wiu.e ttonran. age 25 years. !
; PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeep- Married four years, with one child. They Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. Leading Real Estate and Insurance Agency.
lug Magazine want representatives. must have the nect-ssary money for a $300.00.for .
both local and to travel. They pay very home, for WhICh'I.will give my every attention _
liberal commissions and also give large to their wants. Address at once. Phone 54. NO. 37 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
3 cash prizes. For terms write. givingreferences. "Home-Maker. ," Care Journal. 6oct2tWANTEI southeast quarter of Bile .
-; to Good Housekeeping THESTORM Forty'acres 20 acres under
Mass. 6oct2w Twelve of West Tract. -
:Agency Dept Springfield. -Position as turpentine woodsman King ----- --
by an old practical turpentine cultivation all under fence,
; i\V Al\"rED-A good cook at Pearl Eagan woodsman. Address Woodsman Care I E.

Orphanage 17th street, between lad 7th Journal. Pensacola Fla. 6oct3t $1200.00 I Has not affected the values of Real 1 five-room house, stables, etc., HOTELS.. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.
and 8th avenues.
WANTED-First-class hat oleanlng. Old I Estate in this city $1.00. The buildIngs 94 of mile west of Brent I
I a
z ;Al'"rED-Three or four good waiters hats made new. Cleaning pressingand for 2 houses on the southeast and wharves that were destroyed BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlaK Springs. Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam reTrain
wanted. Apply at once Kandy KitchenKo. blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. will be substantial Florida -all for $1250.00. Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals; I and Electric Car Schedule at
%oct Panamas, lee; Straws, He; Felt, S5c; corner of Strong'and DeVil- replaced by more free bath and sample rooms. Special Effective-June 13,1906.
Derbys. Z5c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten. buildings. Pensacola: has 'before it I Will a three-year mortgage attention to traveling men. Rates. $2.00 iper
carry
hers Sts.
'AGENTS WANTED to sell Ott's Oyster dencia street. All come in. 6octlm renting for $13 a the brightest fall of its future.. I have day. J. R. Brown Prop.
BETWEEN PENSACOLA
Knives. For particulars write Peter loctlw C. PARTNER WANTEI>-No capital re- month. made arrangements to take all the for65000. 'HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the I BAYOU.Lv. AND BIG ,

Ott, Biloxi lliss. quired. Box 236. Soctlt property offered below its market year. American, and* European plan.
Special summer rates. First-class; in Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou.
value. If are afraid of Pensacola I
HOUSE SERVANT wanted at once. E. $875.00. you THOSrPEBLEY every respect. Pleasant and conven- 6 a.m. 9:00 p.m. (.20 a.m 10.30 PTD
: B. Morey, 9th avenue and 12th street WANTED-Small family.horse. Must be Real Estate bring it to me, I will buyit ient. "Mrs.'T. 1* Bowen. Prop. Pensa i 7 a.m1000 p.m. 7:30a.m.( *11.30: p.m
Zoctlw* safe for any. to drive. Will not pay for 5 lots from cola,. Fla. ISapr 8 a.m. 11:00 8:30
I i. fancy price. Address Ellis Tucker, Brent. on.N orth asf corner you.Some p.m. a-m. e-
9
Palafox and Romana. a.m. 9:30 a.m.
: Ar-"TED-Wlth references. fifteen good Fla. 3oct2t Palafox and Sierra Morley In These. 1 CHIPLEY HOTKL Carl Setterlind. I 10 a-m. 10:30 a.m. P'.':
hustling. sober men to represent the Prop. Special attention to commercial I 11 a-m. 11:30 a.m.
Planters' Live Stock Insurance (.0. of WANTED-Position as first-class cake streets. A quarter block (5 lots) 12th travelers. Free sample and .bath rooms. 12 noon 12.30 p.m.
Thomasville. Ga- For particulars Address baker. or pastry cook. either In bakery ear Large rooms with good beds. $%.00 per 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
Pierre G. Russell. Tallahassee. Fla. Ref- or hoteL 'V.,F. Lessman Care. General street and 18th avenue, overlooking ,FOR SALE day. Cbipley, .Fla. IZmchlm 2 p.m. 2 40 p.m.
Money to loan at lowest market rate
erence. Capital City Bank. Tallahassee. delivery Pen cola. Fla.. 4oct3t* I of Interest. the Bayou ;one of the highest pointsin 3 p.m. 3:30 p m.

!la. 2C Sept. Imo. Mortgages on real 'estate In this city New City two blocks.from car line,I FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply BAT HOTEL Open. nigh and day. Eu- I 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.:
A1\"TED-M friends and patrons to ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. 4 p-m. 4:30 pm.
bought and sold. -
.Al'"rED-At once. white nurse for chil 26. know that I will, in a few dajs be at All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" very cheap' at $1100. I to The Lewis near Co. fioct Transient. trade solicited. 575-579 South 4:30 p.m. 500 p.m.
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept home permanently. In order to take care street now for sale. A block 300 feet front on Bayou 11 AUTOMOBILE or trade: nearly Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau Prop. 5:00 p.m. 5:25 pro.
of the fall and winter work. All kinds : 5:35 pm. 6:00
WANTEDcolored girl to assist in of work on pianos and ,organs. Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn'ttouched new and in good condition, will sell or HOTEL VERNON-Rates 2.00 per day. 6:00 p.m. (30 p.m.p.m.
-.>Keeptng. One who, wiU stay on I phone number is 1401. Mv shop and rif. by the water and not a single: I trade for a good horse. Address J. C. ,Special rate by. week. Special atten- I (30 p.m. 7.00 p.m.
premises preferred. Apply *o-day before dence. No. 1320 15th avenue New City, tree blown down.. One of the prettiest .I Brashears, Milton Fla. 6octlm tion to traveling men" Free sample 7-00 p.m. 'l.3v p.m.
3 o'clock at 108 North Barcelona. 25sept Cor. of 11th street. J. Conrad Scott. ..I room.-1Ira. J. P. ilauldin,'Prop-.Vernon I 7.35 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
for
Fisher Real Estate sites a residence and the safest
Soctlw Agency FOR SALE-Wind mill and 2 tanks. Will 8:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m.
WANTED-Combination nurse and house in the city of Pensacola. $5,000. I sell cheap If sold at once. Apply to .Saturday only.
North Pal&fox St. Mrs. Gingles, Cor. 10th avenue and 14th
girL Apply 701
WANTED-Board without In COLLECTION OF RENTS A.
rooms private I street. FU.DIRECTORY BETWEEN
!:sep Wanted.A 6octlw PENSACOLA AND FORT
family for man wife and child.
SPECIALTY.Phone'87. BAR RANCAS.
:Must be close to business section. Ad- [
I WANTED-Young man. acquainted with house' in good neighborhood and I FOR SALE-Fine well grown Barred
dress with rates and full H. -
country, who can lurtlsh: horse, to rep- J.. Journal. particulars. 206 S. Palafox St''near business district for about,I Rock Cockerels March and, April .Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Fort Barrancas.
care Soctlw -
I hatches. $1.00 to J2.00 hens last
resent The Journal In Escambia county. ; year's 7.15 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
Apply at once. Journal office. .23sep 3000. ,_ I breeders 1.00 each. Mrs. Lizzie B. 950a.m. lla.m.
: WANTED-All owners of poultry to List your property- with tie for sale. Hughes, Chipley, Fla." 27septlm PROFESSIONAL. 11.00 ..* 12:15 p.m.
Al''TED-At on':"e. several carrier know that we are agents for the celebrated MISCELLANEOUS. .. I 12-50 p.m. 2.00 p.m.
boys. Apply at this office. Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed FOR SALE-10,000: acres round timber 3:50 p.m. 5:10 p.m.
: 'to cure rupe cholera,,gape and to t land, 12,500 saw mill timber and saw T. G. YATES, M. D. 6:20 p.m. 7-00 p.m.
kill fleas lice and mites. Also their I mill. 3Z-room hotel at a bargain. Several 8-30: p.m.- ':00 p.m. I
wonderful egg producer. F. S. Mellen & TARRANCE &: ADAIR Livery De- J.'Wlluft5.-lI I good farms and town properties. .5 Saturday only.
BOARD AND ROOMS. Co. Phone No. S34. l&apr Funiak- single or double teams, nightor ; ( Jr. I Write Gentry; & Setteriind Chipley Fla. I Optician.. Steam train leaving Pensacola at 7'!> '
day; ner ,rigs good service, politedrivers. .. ,23sept] a. m, will stop between Pensacola ari
WANTED-At once, a four or five-room GU e "us a trial. .hone. 59. I Big Bayou only to take on passengers t.i
NICELY FURNISHED room with board. cottage. Must be close in and in good 6octlm Real -Estate and Mortgage Loans: FOR SALE-Stop; Consider not the price* 306 Thiesen Building. points beyond Big Bajou. Stem train
electric lights. gas, bath, phone and all neighborhood. Address 123 Care JournaL I but the profit that you'll gain by the leaving Fort Barrancas at S'10 p. m*
nodern conveniences.. Mrs. H. H. Hall- 25sept REMOVAL NOTICE-E. L. Herring ;Cor. Government and .DeLuna Sts. I purchase of 5.500 acres of land In a body I will top between Big Bayou and Pensa
nark. 122 .West Chase. Phone 1163. whose wagon and repair shop at 135 I for $90,000. Best farming land In Jackson I cola only to put off passengers from beyond
: 6octlwTAMILT wishes East Intendencia St., was destroyed will ,Box 173P1i. ne 637 I County. Florida. Over 300 settlers on body I Frederick Au.f W. F. M. Blount. Big Bayou. Other steam trains will
R. R. CRITTENDEN to communicate re-ppen at 214 East Intendencia about I of land, and that means 300' farms paying I make all stops. Each, electric car makesall
OF TWO on North Hill will with his brother F. M. Crit- AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
October 8. 29septlOd on an average of 500 Ibs. of lint cotton to I stops.
take refined couple tie board or rent two tenden who was last heard of in Florida the farm. Partly'fenced with wire. The The above schedule and regulations
lonnecttng rooms up-stairs to gentle- about 5 years ago. Any one having DRAWINGS all kinds: ; Hun. Engine FOR SALE.roR'SAL&F I plot contains the large Blue Spring, better I Architects subject to change without notice.
"
j nen. Address "Home Care JournaL heard of Mr. Crittenden would do a favor Patent Office machine and m.sc. made I known as the long Moss Spring of West 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses Bldg., Local Freight Regulation
4octlw by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at at reasonable rates. Patentable I Fla. Well watered and timbered I '
Ideas de- ;;; ; for ,Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery Ala. Freight shipped by the 7.15; a. m.
Building No. 47, U. S. Navy Yard. veioped. Sail boats. launches. AddressW. room house good I plantation and other use. For reference I II train: will be received only for point
tHREE. FUlU'SHED'ROOMS for light ISseptlm: C. McGowan. Pensacola. Fla., Sseptlm condition! homer Main street and First I E'tc.. I refer you to Hon. W. H. Milton! I beyond Big Bayou and will not be re
housekeeping. Apply 207 North.Reus. avenue' ; also country place.. southeast partof I President and Cashier of the First Na I WM. A.Architectand BORMANS celved later than 705 a. m. AD other
4octlwfWO "iTED-Llght delivery wagon. Ad. MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick Myrtle Grove 27 acres;: of land, well tlonal Bank at Marianna Fla. A. Purdee. I Week Day trains leaving Penacola not
dress J. E. C.. Care JournaL 14sept furnished if desired. Guaranteed. wooded. Address Thomas F. Suarez. Box Real Estate agent counselor at law edi I later than 3.50 p. m.. carry freight for
i FURNISHED or unfurnished Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave 43. R. F. D. No. L 3octlw tor and published of the West Florida Bu- I Superintendent any point but fre'ght! will not be received -
rooms for rent for light housekeeping. TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. orders at Watson. Parker & Reese Co/a.. gall Box 224 Marlanna. Fin Septlm Oft'ice-301 Brent Building later than 20 minutes before scheduled .
i phone 110%. or apply room 3. 204$4 South Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired sept?. FOR SALE! CHEAP-Almost new Nuhlen Pensacola. Fla. departure of trains. The 900 a. n
Pala/Dx. 2octlw on short notice. No. 11% West -& Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. FOR SALE-Wolverine engine. 8' H. P., I Sunday train may carry light. perishable!
Government ::SU Pensacola, Fla. A bargain. Piano can be seen 2 cylinder 2 CYCles. complete fittings I HICKS' I freight under some circumstances by ep -
FOR RENT-One or two newly fumlsiiej F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well drlI by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. Soct. for salt water; In perfect condition and I cial permission. Electric car will not
front rooms: southern vx.ure; with WANTED-A. R. BIngham wants your era for saw mills and turpentine stills running daily; reason for selling going I carry freight or packages of any d*.
.' privilege of phone. :-;o.' 18.;; Location moving and hauling. He guarantees especially. Geneva Ala., and GraceviUe, FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture to replace it by larger engine., King & .CAPU DINECURES scrlption.! except medicine utgently; need .
: Desirable and near business center. 422: all breakage. Phone 620. Fla. Prepared to put wells irom 4 to 12 'business at 13$ E. Intendencla St. Runyan. 19aug ed. Shippers are requested to bear these -
W. Gregory. 2Lseptlm inches diameter and from 10'!)II to lf.OO feet Address Box 325, City? 2oct regulation in mind that Inconveniencemay
A."TED-Carriages. repaired and repainted depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. 12jne&n FOR SALE-One dwelling, 202 East 1 not be caused.
: NICELY FURNISHED room forent.. ; 'floats built to order; horseshoeing FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin pine Church street; if bought at once can These freight regulations subject to
Apply 301 West Chase. Phone 1233.I a. specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage NOTICE-Having Installed machines for timber. Turpentine places and saw be had cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy. ALL ACHES change without notice.
; Co. the manufacture of galvanized iron mills In operation. Also excellent tractsof butcher shop, corner Intendencia and I #.:_). I Any further information regarding pa .
cornice skylights cornice jrutterj. circular stumpage. Turner & Aymard. Real Barcelona. 23aug Lad NerY08a aTrUlbstflelflc had by applying to the general offic it
I FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real. newly mouldings etc. I am now prepared to Estate Agents Box 115. DeFunlak 4nrI'" I the
clean furnished rooms sultab'e for WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. sheet metal work of all kinds short Springs. Fla. PANAMA CANAL EDITth'f;; company.
do on 20july The I Passengers are earnestly requested (I)
light housekeeping on the hilL Location wants your moving and hauling. All ,
Satisfaction assured. Estimates Journal magnificently I
notice. I
illustrated
T. B. promptly report to the general office any
high and healthy. Close to car line. breakage guaranteed.978.' Therein, cheerfully given on work In or outside the FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam magazine, containing scores of view of I SKNTTSXXtdtt inattention to duty or discourtesy on
: p Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. Proprietor. Phone city. Chas. B. Vetter. 18 W. Ictendencix engine. steam drying room moulds, the, city and harbor. For sale at all I WooHEfs1 users of morphia* I the part of employees and to make specific -
,Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug Phone 698. 5majrlin and everything complete for carrying on book stores or at The Journal office. By I opium laedsau- criticisms of service.
W.uo"TED-AD kinds of electrical work.I business, together with the finest bed of mail, 20 cents. Ilaept AIMLESSAND elixirof I JOHN W LEADLEY.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent sell all kinds of electrical batteries J. H. PORTER. sailmaker. 716 South pottery clay in Escambia county. Located R fcsineorwiiiskeys I Manager
with. or without board.and bath.Transients so.netted. and other electrical supplies. When you Palafox street. Orders taken for tents right in the clty,. Apply to or address FOR SALE-Green pine piles. Quick I Oure large book of pai I
Palafox. Phone gas No.3.) need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake, awnings camp stools end house cots, R. P. Reese. 16septf delivery. Address .A. II. Holt. Floma. I 1U tlcular*oo home or I
ISseptlm New Star Laundry Bldg, E. Garden. etc. Prices reasonable. SljanSHIP' ton .Ala. .SOseptlw ..sanatorium tresS I
25fc PURCHASES the receipt for the finest iment.AduressDr.

WANTED TO BUT a cash register at CHANDLERS:.-McKinxie Oertlng of cosmetics. Box, 1 336, 1 City. B. M. VOOLLKT t GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.
once. Apply to Clutter Music House. & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chand- %3! pt mo. \l04H.Prjor6tT
-EDUCATIONAL. 2 Sept.WANTEDrSecondhand lers and grocers. Only first-class houseof I .LOST. CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE
kind In city. Fair prices to alL FOR SALE-Nice farm of 20 acres. For
: MSS PATTI HOLDEN announces that sacks of all descriptions information Inquire of Chas. L'Orange I Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta,
;! her school will not open until next wanted. If out of town ship CARRIAGES repaired ar" repainted. West Jackson St. No. 131%. Pensacola. LOST-Black and white setter SECRET SOCIETIES. Ga.
.Monday, October 8. when she will be Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga 12septlm puppy
z them to us; if in town. lng us up at No bitch. four months old. Rewatd
Vlad to receive her pupils at No. 9 West 334. or bring them to us at corner of specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com. K. for I ROUTE YOUR FREIGHTto
return to W. Hyer, Jr. I I
FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures 29sept
jjackaon street. 2feb ;
SoctlwklRS. ,
: Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & pany. "
pool and billiard "tables etc. In a fine I PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3.
: .. lOLA BARTON MASON will open Co. S 2Sjuly MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie location. At a bargain if sold at once. LOST-Bunch of keys, on train passing Pensacola Lodge, No.3, K. of P. I Southwest Georgia and West
i school of Shorthand and Typewriting Mime Proprietor. Furniture repairing Address box 103. City. 2&ept Flomaton Saturday S p. m. for Mobile I meets every Monday. evening at 7:301
W tober 10. Apply Cither at 314 S. Al- of all kinds carpets laid furniture with key tag marked" "Neptune I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall I 1orida.
for shipping. Phone 1 Buckner Asheville N. C. on one side, I over Pou's stable, West Intendencia St. I
: canix or Typewriter Exchange 313 MONEY TO LOAN. packed :3.: FOR SALE-Four good schooners. suit- emblem I
Tampa landing. and a Shriner's on reverse side. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Via
LUrent building. Soctlm Next to 22april able for lake, sound and river. Ad-
Finder please return to Box 48, Asheville I B. HDENNARD.
c. C. I
\fISS GEORGIA SENSIBA graduate of MONET LOANED on real estate and MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE. : dress "M. care Journal. 21aug N. c.. or Care Journal Pensacola Fla, H. KORSLER. K.,of R. A S. Steamer Lines, Carrabelle, \

I Knox College Illinois and Ferris personal property on short notice. Mattresses made to orderold ones- FOR SALE-Good mowing machine, 5 ft. and get reward.
I Kindergarten College Mich., win open I Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 28% SouthI renovated. New ticks furnished. Sec', out; one ten ft. self dump all steel I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. I Fla.GAMFLA.&ALA.RY..
,a Kindergarten and Primary School. october -I Palafox St. Phone 1144. ond hand furniture bought and-sold. Up. hay raker one 2-sectlon all steel harrow; Meetings of the I and
1 her home 212 West holstering and repairing done. 114 E.
1. at Gregoryatreet. Knights of Columbus I
Terms $3.00 per month. 25seplm* I CAN LEND TOUR MONEY at eight Belmont St., city. Phone 711. Dam I two wood hot blast tank heating force stoves, burn coal I BARBER SHOPS. are held at their hall I .
or one ,
per cent. If you have any that you Mfg. Co..' C. T. Darts Mgr. ; pump capacity No. 8 West IntendenI I
; PRIVATE SCHOOL-MIss Belle Whiting want Interest on. see me about it. It 1 bbl. per minute; one Aennotor wind mill;I I cia street,.- on I Low rates, quick service, to TaliahU.see
: will open her private school at No. will be absolutely safe on real estate H. ALFMAN Tin. Copper and Sheet one twenty-Inch foot power tinner's MILTON, -When visiting here hav your Monday evening at every 7:30 I and Qulncy, Fla.. Bainbridge, Arlington
621 N. Spring street October L Tuition security.- Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462., Iron Worker; cornice work: and skylights shear' ; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine I tonsorial work done by Ira Minis Willing I o'clock. .An .invita- I Ilion and Cuthbert, Ga.
;13.00 per month. ISseptlm a specialty; roofing guttering and double.barrel hammerlesa shot gun; Mar I street opposite jail. Clothes, and U extended tel For Rates and Information write to
: :MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows repairing. 315 South Palafox St. Phone, lir. repeating rifle 32-calbre. G. E. Bard- I hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient Visiting Knights. I J. H. :McWILLIAMS .
PRIVATE Instructions given In advanced money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14 Vi 1316. 2Junelm I I shar. Bluff Springs.! Fla. 26 Sept 1m. to hotels.. Phone 63. %26aug I JOHN B. JONES ,
s( 'English! French stenography, and the E. Government:: When in need call J. S. LEONARD. .Grand Knight. I G .F. 4. P. A.. ,Balnbridge, Ga.
l usual grammar school studies. Apply to on us. Recorder.. -a.
:'Usa Z. D. Adams 411 W. Gregory street
,or Box 793. 13sept3w MONEY LOANED' on all kinds of personal and
DAUGHTERS OF
REBECCA. Pensacola St. Andrews
property on short notice. Terms WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of ,
easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana.
f :MISS MARGARET MACLAY Will reopen Phone1163."' Ifeb Rebecca. meets every Monday, night at Gulf Steamship Co.STEAMERTARPON. .
z her kindergarten on Oct. L at her 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. halL Visiting

;: mother's reldence 3$ E. Wright. where UNLIMITED amount of money to loan Send it to The Journal office day or night. When need help have sisters cordially Invited to be present. .
she may be interviewed In regard to you anythingto MRS.'J. T. PULLIAM N. G. W. G. BARROW, Matter.FIRStCLASS
all kinds of
'! on personal property. Sp-- AM
25. .
after
Sept. aept1mo.i PASSENGER
terms
t clal loans.rates' The' to New business York men Loan on Co. ,. large 204 Vi sell, rent, exchange, or: 'wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE, Sec FREIGHT-Between-SERVICE. :

South Palafox. wor RATH BONE LODGE ttO. 30. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA

FOUND. C Rathbone Lodge No. 30. Knight of CARHABELLE! :: ST. ANDREWS
THOS PEBLEY':-Real Estate and Loans. Pythias, meets' every Thursday .night at MILLVILLE.And .
Up-stairs,. corner Palafox and Romana Castle HalL Members of sister lodge all points on St. Andrews Bay C rrabelle -
roUND-One email bay mare age about Sts. 12septlm and tVlsiUng brethren rordlaUr mvUed and Apalachlcola.
seven years. Right hip dOWJ1-t nd feet SIX' 'ORDI/iARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE.S' to attend. -. J. M. ROPER, C. C. SCHEDULE. ,
white. Owner can have above by provIng C.J.LEVBYKR'&S: Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8:30: p. rn.
j same and paying for ad., J. W. Un- I for Mobile. Ala. .
derwood. Muscogee, Fla. seplm FOR RENT.- : : .. M. E. B. A. No. ''Si. :meet first and :-i Leave Pensacola.Millvill Tuesday' APalaCblCCorrabcile 11:30: p. -m.*.
: I third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 for St. Andrews.
p. m. I
I and Intermediate points.
$ Rafford HalL No. 18, West Intendencia
to
NOTlGTOSUBCRI9R8. FOR RENT-Six-room cottage, bath and ',' street. 'A. G. FELU Pres. For additional Information SAUNDEH5.applY
;, As all kicks registered. in this office gas. West Wright street. J20.00 per : \ \ J. U SWEENEY. Sec -. f J. R. Fresidcnt
for' failure of delivery of the month; Fisher Real Estate Agency. _4; ". I E .R. CODB. Pen
19sepFOR : . : ), .. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4; I. o.o. F. General Frt. and Pass. Agt.
,paper are charged up to the carriers, Pensacola Lodge No.. 4, I. O. O. F sacola Fla.
it is desirous that subscribers be ,RENT-4-roora cottage, with bath ,1 : '; : ft < : meets ev .ry; Thurs4ay evening at 7.301at I I
: .
etc., on North Spring street. the nan
quite certain that the paper has not gas : new .on Belmont and Baylen!
month. Fisher
Real Estate "
$13.00 per stl'e@'ts."hltiDC brethren I
TELEPHONES
cordially. tn"t1ted. I
been, delivered befora registering such THE JOURNAL'S
Agency. 19sep: ; .' rS- WTTKOVSKT, N. 0.
kick. < ItKERLE.. Secretary; Editorial Rooms. .. .. .. ., .. *.
RENT Some nice scores I' .
East '
s At times complaints.: comes in from FOR Government street;. cheap rent.on The: : ': I Business Office! .. .. .. 'l ITo ..
v bouses at which e are certain the Fisher Real Estate:Agency 1JuIr; .. w.ow. communicate with The Journal
paper has been delivered, and this Is Live Oak Camp 'No. 1, W. OL W.. I .'
busneot3ce
obviously unjust to the boys. If ;you FOR room RENT for-rent.A. R suitable Blngham for has furniture storage: Rales-The rate ,on\a Want ad filling: the above space is 25 cents !firstdnsertion: meets Wednesdays In Pythian 1m eack.ban 'month the tat. and Visiting. led I I during phoas.the day No.time 1500.use To the comsittat!

do not get the paper we want to know. goods. 104. and 106 South Jar sivereigns .cordially invited at nigit u
other
or and 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send'cash F. A.. BOGHICH ute with The Journal
It: but please be certain. T-"l street.' Phone *19. :: with the ad. C. C.
:. editorial phone No.
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,.- .. THE P"EN8AC.OLA'- JO'\IRNAL9 SATURDAY. 'MORNJNG. :,OC7OBER 8, '1908. .t I" I
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[ '$ -"Section' 9.' Tie 'salary' 'of 'each of Escambia county and shall hold of 1.r Lkj i I.:

ff UflS YOU ABOVETTHE CARES OF UFE SHIPPING NEWS MAR rEETEPdRT[ T ustIeeoMhe-Supreme: Court: shell be ice for four years-a, id his oompeosa* ; '

four thousand (14,000.00) dollars a tion shall be fixed by &,.-. The suer'3 '

; year. The salary of each Circuit iff of' EscaiaMa county shad:! be the ". 14

-- r ,! Judge s1&aIl be three thousand five executive officer of said, court and his ,, t:
:
NAVALSIORES.Savannah hundred (J3.-500.00) dollars a year." duties and fees shall be fixed by law. ,

Arrived. Ga..' Oct. & -The naval That the foregoing amendment to Section 46. 'The same rules of procedure ::,:, ;
Degama, Br ss, Keene 2245 New stores market closed today. as follows.WW : Section 9 of.Article V. of the .Constitution and pracjjoe which obtain In'j'

Orleans to A. A. Brown &:; Co; .. -H: ...$.70'< Is hereby agreed to and the the circuit court of the :county. shall ::' '1;-- i, .t

Steamships. M WO... A.. S. 40. same shall 'be submitted to the electors obtain In the court of record, and all _-.->' i t i_ '

K .,.,.460o of the State for approval or rejection laws relative 'to criminal courts cC ..'
August Belmont, Br ss, 'Clarke at the next election of record
general otherwise provided -
except as J
I ; :
; 2967 ,Newcastle Co.Axininister. "onTyne- to( Gulf .. ..- ,....>!....*: representatives as required by Sec-herein, shall apply to and control the 0. : '1 .J

rC Transit F ..................jim......i... tion I, Article 'XVH of the Constitution -court: of record. Change of venue maybe f-
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Br ss. Spink 1231. Ha E .. ...... ...!.. S bad from theo court of record to ;, "
vana to master. I> ........... ...... .. .410 Approved May 31. 1905. the circuit court of another county for -_: oJ., :
C .;.J.J.. MOBILE.ALA.wS
c Belle Isle Franca ss, i/eBarre Spirits turpentine 45 cents.. ARTIOLM xxx.. the same causes, and under the laws ; 't f '
) 1354 Cotte to Gulf Transit Co. That the to '
following amendment providing; for changing the venue from i I
J. E. O Saltmarsh Br ss, Rogers, PENSACOLA COTTON. A1"tkle'V! of the Constitution of the the circuit court of one county to the ,; .. .1 : ,
(-' 2319, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.Ibe'x i The following Pensacola quotations ate Ice Coal Charcoal and State of Florida relative to the Judi- circuit court of another county. The _. < !"

I Br.. ss.. .Rinks, 1729 Hamburg tors furnished and importers by ,J. P.:.Connor & Co., fac ciary Department' to be numbered Governor,*may in iis discretion, ordet1 i S i ,

: to order. Good middling .......... ..........109-18 Wood !section 39 of said Article V. be and the circuit judge of Escambia county 1 .'i' I
"It's Irtlington. Br. ss, Roufflgnac, 1840 Strict Middling .,.,... is 7-1& iTe: same is hereby agreed to and,,or of any other county to hold one or'i? + ; ..
Pt. Arthui1 to Bin M. Robinson. Middling <.?. 5-16 snail he submitted to the electors of vot.'Ierms, of parts of terms of the '-r-i \ -
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Delivered
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Strict low middling .... anywhere in the
I-II
Klrkstall Br Hinde Colon to the
State'at
Up ss. the general election to court of record. Any civil cause lathe ,' ":

1" Best flavor master. Wounds, Bruises and Burns. city. We can supply you in be held on the first Tuesday afte- court of record may be tried be 'ii Ll.

to Tugela Br. ss, Nlcholl 2141 Car- By applying an antiseptic dressing and the first Monday in: November A. D.. fore a referee or in case of the disqualification ,= ti, i !
becauseyou" quantity >
:
any. our
service
diff to H. Baars. & Co. i to wounds bruises burns and like In- i lsK)6) for ratification or rejection to- of the judge of the court elY? 11#

it is the "Vidar Nor ss. Aruesen. 1084. Sugua. juries before inflammation sets in tf always. prompt. Phone wit: i of record, may be tried by a judge ad f'j; I :

la Grande. to Hyer Bros.. they may be healed without maturation '. Section 39. The annual salary of litem, or may be transferred to the '
: BestWhiskey Ships. and In about one-third the 'time Ae Judges of each of the Criminal crcult: : court of Escambia county or of s.;

Aranti Nor snip, Anderson, 1648 required by the old treatment. Thisis 363.E. Courts of Record now, or hereafter to any other county in the same way and .'1'-1''i:; ..

; London to order ,the greatest discovery and triumphof G. SEWELL oe, established shall be paid Quarter according to the same provisions as : ; .'

Ferrelra Port ship Barros, 506, LI* modern surgery. Chamberlain's 26 N. TARRAGONA STREET, ly by the county where,such court is govern such proceedings In the circuit .J);
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Q bon to master. Pain Balm acts on this same princi established and stall be as follows: court of :Bscambia county. ;;" ..

I Canada, 'Br. ship, Spurr. 2237, Rio pIe. It is an antiseptic and when ap la counties of less than fifteen thousand Section 47. The Supreme Court of l'f '

Janeiro to Pitch pine Lumber Co. plied to such injuries causes them to population one thousand dollars -the State shall have appellate jurisdiction : ,

iflY Thfl Ingrid, Nor. ship Dannell 1260, heal very quickly. It also allays the Legal. advertisementsNOTICE sand; in tpopciatkm counties of one from thousand fifteen ,thou-dol- In all cases at law and in :i1'\41,- :
I j.
& Co. equ1tyorlginatIngInthecoizrtofrseord
Antwerp to )f K. Oertlng :; pain and soreness and prevents any 'ars In
; counties of from
fifteen thousand
-
Lena, Ital ship Tassara 1581, London danger of blood poisoning. Keep a OF ELECTION. to ,and in cases of conviction of felony .1 '.
twenty-five thousand
populalation in the court of record. The dr. '
to order. bottle of Pain Balm in home f 't
your
TOP R E 'WHISKEY Barks and it will save, you time and money, 1905 WHEREAS, tinder the. The Constitution: Legislature of 1885.of counties, fifteen of from hundred twenty-five dollars thousand; in cult court of Escambia county shall i
RED have final of all : ; .
1332Burban appellate jurisdiction '
Alfhild Swed bk, Sfensen, not to mention the inconvenience and of the State-of Florida did pass fire to thirty-five thousand population two] misdemeanors tried to the court ofi <:' '-
master. suffering such injuries entail. For -
to
is aged charred casks,m warehouses flooded with sunshine distilled from test Northern rye Joint Resolutions proposing Amendment thousand dollars; and in counties of record. All appeals or writs of etTOl"i
114 Durbanto sale all .
member and from wells sunk hundreds of feet into soud Andrea Nor l>k. Quale, by druggists. than thirty-five thousand .
selected\ by a of the firm purest water to the Constitution of the Stateof more population ,j prosecuted from the court of record, .-',
linestone. Goes to the heart,not to the bead.///'$*//oji master. I I
p. Florida the twenty-five hundred dollars,] ,
and same were agreedto i whether to the Supreme Court Circuit ": "
Ferdinand Westheimer & Sons dndoua.0..Lea nme.ly,St..-. .tu. ; Avon, ItaL bk, Aregno. 147Y. Genoato Real Estate Transfers. I .toy a vote of three-fifths of all hereby repealing any and all part or. Court, shall be prosecuted or in the ::1

master. the members elected parts of the said Constitution in con.'
-- to each House;
Campbell Nor bk. Hausken 1100, Following Is a list of the real estate I that the filet herewith. same way and according to the same \
rote said Joint Resolutionswere
Co. transfers recorded yesterday furnished by oa rules as govern such proceedings!: from ,,"
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Staranger to McK.- Oerting the Pensacola Abstract Co.: entered upon their respective :Approved June 6. 1905. the Circuit: Court to the Supreme ', ',

SAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COM PANYW. Chacma Nor bk. Jorgensen 557 DEEDS.B. Journals with yeas and nays tnere- ARTICLE XXXL Court. !,>
Fleetwood to order. F. Wolfe to Elbert A. Clubbs-Lots 3 J
T. BED WELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. Nr bk Jensen 1380 to 10 inclusive, block 186, New City- on. and they did determine and direct That the following amendments to Approved June 6. 1905. 1 S. ,
Prepared to do all electrical repairing: on ahort notice. Ring phone 570 and arepresentaUve Hereford 1000.00 and other valuable considera 'that the said Joint Resolutions Article V of the Constitution of the ARTICLE XXXII. 'S"

will call.V.. T. BidweU President and, Manager, 205 S. Baylen Rosario to order. tions. be submitted to the electors of the State of Florida: relative to the Judiciary That the following amendment to "
street Heimdal Nor. bk, Hensen, 1354 Jas. C. Watson Trustee to Jas. Mul- ,
State at the General Election in No- Department to be numbered!' (Article XVII of the '
Hull order.Humberto don and H. H. Boyer-34 acres of land r ) Constitution ol 'f.
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---- Battle in lot 15 SecilTp23it3OW.also vember 1906.NOW Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45. 46 and I the State of :Florida be, and the same !
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!need have no terrors for you Span. bk., ,' lsacresinLot6.SeclT.Tp28R30W THEREFORE I, H. CLAY 47, of said Article' V, be and the same lsherebyagreedtoanclshallbesnb. 'j. '
Havana .
order. 1 00.
-$
WASH DAY if you send your washing to Isabel to Browne; Run bk. Llndqulst CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of are hereby agreed to and shall be sub- I mUted to the lectors of the State at '
PUBLIC SALE. the State of Florida do hereby give muted to the electors of the State at the general election in 1906 for ratification -
The New Method Laundry, 1231, Hull to master. notice that a GENERAL ELECTION the general election 4o be held on the or rejection: ,

PHONE 1188 C. LAWRENCE.. Prop. New Method Laundry Bldg. w. RO*{< ASTCEE King Rosario Oscar to II A., Nor Zelius.Lilla bk. Johnsen, bidder.There on win Tuesday.be offered October to the 16th highest 1906. will be held in each County in Floridaon first Tuesday after the first Monday' In Section 1. Ettber branch of the :

AGENTS WANTED. 752 Santos at 10 a. to, at the office of Robert Tuesday next succeeding the first November A. D., 1906, for ratification Legislature at a regular session t&eret ?.
Nor bk Aanonsen, 1030. '
--------------- ---4 I Tuemler & Co.. 331 Brent building for Monday in November. A. D, 1906. tile or rejection te>wit: of, may propose amendments to this
--- to order. account of whom it may concern. the Said Tuesday being the SIXTH DAY Section 40. There shall be established Constitution; and if the same be
German bark Marie, her
Lluls Uruguayan bk., Lopez, 700 tackle and ap
pare!, vessel to be taken by purchaser in OF NOVEMBER for the ratificationor in the county of EscambU agreed to by three-fifths of all the ,I t
Havana to order. the condition and, position she now lies. rejection of the said Joint Resolutions -whenever the voters of said county members elected to each home.; suca. :
Maria Ger' bk, French, 1022 Kings Will also be sold at the same time the proposing Amendments to the shall so determine by a majority of proposed amendments shall be enter '1.
An Factor In Lynn to master. cargo now on board, consisting of about Constitution of the votes cast on the question at v.. : :
Important Negpore Nor bk, Gjerdsen, 1128, 32,000 superficial feet of pitch pine sawn the State of Florida, any ed upon their respective Journals with, ';
viz: general election, a court of record and
timber. Terms of sale cash ; the yeas and nays and shall be pub !,
East London to A. Zelius. CAPT WiLl FRENCK. there shall be a' judge of said court lished In one newspaper in each county .
Noach VI, Swed bk Burgfeldt, 1260. Master. ARTICLE XXVIIL who shall be appointed by the Governor where a newspaper is published, "I'far '
Port Natal to order. That the following amendment to .
Business ..
and' confirmed by the Senate month S '
one immediately preceding ; .
,
Olivari. Ital bk. Costa Genoa to or NOTICE. Article XVI of the Constitution of the ;
.
who shall hold his office for six years the next general election of Representatives :- : i{
Bids are requested to discharge the State of Florida be and it Is hereby and whose salary shall be two thousand at whjch' election the .
der.Superb same 'ct
Nor bk Ulich, 1934 Antwerp cargo of deals of Portugese:ship Ferreira agreed to and shall be submitted to five hundred dollars ,
a -
) shan be submitted to the electors of ::1 :
A. Zelius & Co. : and take charge of same the electors of the State at 'earl I. f
to cargo the ,
general
payable the
quarterly by
I the State for approval or };
is Having ,the right kind of bank back of Schooners.Donna for benefit and account of whom it election,c to be held on the first Escambla. The criminal court of U a majority of the rejection.'r-'r f.-

you. You can't be too caref l :in-tKe selection Christina, Am sch, McLeod' may cncern. < Tuesday after the first Monday in November record now established In Escambla upon the amendments at : ;T4' :'" .
Belize to master. BARROS A. D. 1906 for
165. raification
or
county shan the adoption of '
upon tion shall adopt the amendments the ::t", I im
This
of bank. bank wants .
your your Domlra Br eels. Reddle 2001. St 6t Master. rejection.!
these amendments become and be same shall become a, part of the Con :f: ; l ,
: "*
account and offers absolute safetyand.. ,.every Lucie to master. Section 32. The Governor the the court of record as herein provided stltutlon. The proposed amendments '".

Freddie Heucken Am sch, Bryant, The- -Staple Bride." Comptroller the "State Treasurer, the and all officers of such criminal court shall be so submitted as to enable the : "

accommodation consistentwith' safety* 475 Havana to master. Attorney General, Sand the Commissioner -I. of record shall be officers of such electors to vote on each amendment ., .
Bride after the return from the
,Four per cent interest paid on savings deposits Hjahnar Am pelt, Axelsea, 55, ,Tam. : bridal tour-I( by thiS medical work of Agriculture of Ihe State of court! cf record and discharge ''the', separately. AH amendments adopted .r .. ,'
see
pa, to order. Florida and their successors in office !atlas and receive the emoluments of.at the election at which this is sub- t ,
interest compounded every months I that a manrequires, eight hours' sleep are,hereby constituted and designatedas such until the expiration of their present mKted on heretofore adopted by the i i. ,1;

Nothing to Fear. and' a woman tidb. Bridegroom-Yes, a board of drainage commissioners, term of emcee |I electors are hereby declared a part of ':

-, r :Mothers need have no hesitancy in Fve read 'Aat'' somewhere 'myself.; and :are hereby authorized and empowered -, Section 4L The said court and the Constitution from the data of the ,; j; ,

continuing to give Chamberlain'sCough BrIde-How IDlM'< You ian get dp to establish a system of I jcdge shall have exclusive original adoption of the same. ;;

Remedy to their little ones as every morning and have the fire made canals drains levees 'dikes and reservoirs -jurisdiction of all .criminal: cases, cot Approved (June 6, 1905. 4 I
it contains absolutely nothing inju- of such dimension and which shall raise in -1 .
Ese The votes
and the breakfast ready before It It capital. cast in compliance with ,
rious. This remedy Is not only per. depths, as ,in the judgement of said it I ; :
cambia county and shall have in Es said >
to' proposed amendments and the t
time tot me get up.-London Tit- z- it ,
fectlysafe: to give small children but board of drainage commissioners is cambia county, concurrent with the canvass declarations and returns ,..." ,
is a medicine of great worth and Bits. deemed advisable to drain 'and reclaim -Circuit Court and Circuit Judge of thereof shall be subjected to the '
FIRST ATIONALBANK merit. It has world wide reputationfor -.T '" r the swamp and overflowed
the
said county; same original jurisdiction same regulations and restrictions aa i
Its cures of 'coughs, colds and What a Baby Can Do. lands within the State of Florida, or of all other cases and mattersas are provided by law for General ,
croup and can always be relied upon. such parts or portions thereof as is circuit court and circuit L
the judge Elections in the State of Florida. i t.I
,It ;
OF PENSACOLA. FLA. For sale by all druggists., can keep its father busy advert! deemed best by said board of drain- of said county and the same power to IN TESTIMONY "WHEREOF I i
Ing, In the paper for a nurse. age commissioners from time,to time I
Issue writs of mandamus Injunction. have hereunto set my band and affixed '
Designated Depositary of the United States. Tenders asked NOTICE.for the discharge It can simultaneously occupy both and to provlda( tor the irrigation of quo warranto, certiorari, prohibition, the Great Seal of the State of i !' 'I' ,
are aides of the largest bed made.It the lands reclaimed and to maintain habeas and all writs the
and custody of cargo now on board the corpus proper Florida at Tallahassee Capital,
Avantl now stranded In can cause its father to be insulted such canals drains, levees, dikes, and to the ,
w. H. Knowles. President. W. K. Hyer, Jr., VIce-President and Cashier. Norwegian ship and necessary complete exercise -this first day of August, A. D., 1906. t i

Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. work Pensacola to( be bay.done Weather discharging permitting not less, by every second class boarding house reservoirs most advantageous in such manner to the territory as win be so of their jurisdiction as the circuit (L. S.) H. CLJA.Y CRAWFORD. I J! ,

DirectorS-F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount W. IL Knowles W. K.,Hyer..11'. than forty thousand per day. Parties keeper In the city who "never takes drained the State of its In- court and circuit judge of said Secretary of State. ,11 l-
Florida
D. G. Brent. contracting will have to furnish bond and children,which, in nine cases out often county except the power and authority I To 1. C. Van Pelt, Sheriff EscamWa ;: ,
habitants and the thereof.
be responsible for cargo while out ofship. commerce to
summon and empanel a grand County.
Bids to be opened Tuesday is fortunate for the children.It : .iJ '
1-----.j----' -I morn- Section 33. That the board of : -
in October 10th at 10 a. m., at the Jury. '
make itself look
can like fiend commissioners
a drainage are hereby !
-- office of E. A. Zelius vice-consul of Nor- I Section 42. There shall be. six In EsrainMa County Circuit Court. 'J ,'
way and reserve the right to reject any just when Its mother wants to show It authorized and empowered to establish -terms of said court in each year. State of Florida-In Chanceiy Mary
B. P. districts and fix the Jackson vs. Charles Jackson Dlrorce. '"'
and all bids. Andersen. Master of oft drainage
c.W. LAMAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cashier. AvanU. Section 43. There shall be for On Monday. the 5th day of November. A. '
6octlt h
Norwegian ship
M. E.CLARILVIce-President and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier It can make an old bachelor in the boundaries thereof In the State of said court a prosecuting attorney wbo I>. 1906 the defendant. Charles Jacksot l f .'
next Florida. That the board of drainage shall be appointed by the Governorand Is required to appear rirs the l'illto f11be -
room use language that if uttered against him herein -1;:"
commissioners be and It is authorizedand 3
BANK Mad Screen Finger Bowl on the street would get him in the confirmed oy the Senate and who, published once each week for eight (S }. ;
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL empowered to prepare a list or for four consecutive weeks in The Pensacolai.
Because she had not screened a penitentiary for two shall bold his office years l
years.It lists of all the alluvial or swamp and His shall be fixed by Journal a newspaper published in said -;I r
compensation
bowl with the regulation eighteen Esoambia county. A. M McMillan, Cleric '
finger can go from the farthest end of overflowed: tazablo lands within such "

OF PCNSACOLA. FLA.. mesh wire' Mrs. R. L. Arnold, a the room to the foot of the stairs in the drainage district 'or districts, and law.Section 44. All offenses triable In Pensacola Circuit Court Fla,by Aug.L. 24.0. 1906.Aymard D. C. J :>
f
Opera House Building.' well known New Orleans water color hall quicker than its mother can step levy ,thereon an., acreage tax not exceeding said court shall be prosecuted upon :fIn

artist will haTe to answer in thelecorder's into the closet and out'agaln.It ten,cents ,per acre per annum Information under oath to be filed by :
DEPOSITORY OF UNITED 'to be fixed annually by said .board of Eftcatnbla County Circuit Court
DESIGNATED STATES. violation
court for alleged can go to'sleep like an angel and] the prosecuting attorney but the State of Florida-In Chancery. D. Hale s- '

CAFITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000.: wf the now celebrated cistern screenIng just as papa and mamma are starting: drainage tax commissioners assessors of "the and' the various various -grand Jury of the indict circuit for court offense forsaid :* ti"eY vs. his Frank wife-Brantley Foreclosure and of aZ ;

law says a New Orleans dispatchto for the theater it can wake up and stay counties embraced in part or in whole county may any gage. On Monday. the 6th day of No,0
DIRECTORS. the New York Herald. Inspector A. awake. within such drainage district or districts triable. In the court of record. Upon vember, A. D. 1909, the. defendants r,
the fli-dmg of such indictment the circuit Frank Brantley and Nancy Bnntley arrequired ;
Henry 1.. Covlnglon, Frank Reilly. F. E. Brawner G. Young. acting for the board of These are some,of the things a baby shall receive such list or lists judge stall commit or ball the to appear to the bill filed atralnst 9''.

J. M. Pfeiffer. W. S, Rosasco, C. 'V. Lamar, health of New Orleans made the affidavit can do. But there are other things as and enter the same upon the tax rollsof accused for trial In the court of them herein. This order to be published

Bryan Dunwody. T. McGourln, J. R. Saunders and an hour later Mrs. Arnold welL A baby can make the common the county or counties- in which record which trial shall be upon in once weeks each in The week Pensacola for eight ronsecutiv Journal, a .i...

A. M. A,er>. W. ". Milton 0. E. (Maura, herself appeared In court with the est house the brightest spot on earth.It such: ,lands' may lie and the amount so formation. newspaper published In said EacambU. ..
W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng levied by the board of drainage commissioners county. A. M. McMillan Clerk Circuit
w. L. Cavvthon Dr. finger bowL She ;uses the receptacleto can lighten the burdens of a loving Section 45. The clerk of said I& O
and formas Court. By Aymard D. C. Pensa
M. E. Clark. in such manner
Alex McGonln C. M. Covlnglon, wash her paint brushes ,and it Is mother's life by adding to them. It may be prescribed by the board of court shall be elected by the electors cola FIn. Sept. 14. 1908. sepl&oawSW

ftlciy (lUll texts far rent it JLW, 1318 end KM the year. Private 'Fartment nearly always full of water. The InSpector can flatten Its dirty little face againstthe drainage commissioners from time to

la connection for the convenience of customers. stated that be visited the artists -, window pane in' such a way that time, which amounts shall be collected ft.1

Time house, and upon examination he the tired father can see it as a picture by the various tax collectors of .

Fourpercent interest. Paid on Deposits., found that the bowl was unscreened before he rounds the corner. Yes babies the counties wherein such levees have

and contained several "wtggl ta1l ,-n or are great institutions, particularly been made as other taxes are collected < i
I In accordance with law and pay ,
-.................... .it t' to, ,............,.. ... baby mosquitoes. Judge Marmouget the I na's owa baby. over said: -amounts collected to the / j
indulged in a hearty laugh over II COLONIST *
: 'q" ': I, .. board of drainage commissioners, said
wII-r affidavit but nevertheless Mrs.-Arnold i
., lien
: j I' Said Too Hack."Now commissioners shall have a superior -

bank : must answer the charge., r ,.sir," said'the cross examining to' all other liens upon the taxable .
savings at 44- ,
-
Deposit your money in a in cn osmg a stair carpet It la always counsel, "auswer ,"Yes or' 'No.' The lands :in any such drainage dls- j I
islets to be enforced by tax levy for < : i
and Savings DAYS AGAIN
ARE
Pensacola Home : HERE.
: per, cent., when the in better taste to select perfectly court does not want to,know what you the cost of 'any work done under the .

: Association will issue .you' paid-up, stock .2 plain carpet than a figured one,'but if supposed. I supposed that I had m/ provisions hereof or done prior to the

the latter be preferred then choose 'watch in this but under the
: a my pocket morning, adoption of this amendment S S
: bearing ,interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay- small, close set design, :with subdued as a matter of fact I had left It on my provisions: of an act,of the Legislature TO-DAY and every day until October 31.t the MISSOURI _'

: able semi-annually. colors well mingled. dressing room table., The court wants assed in 1905. PACIFIC' RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will tell ;
CARY. ::2President '' 34. That the board of cheap C ton lit,'Tickets to CALIFORNIA, OREGON and NORTHWEST i '
R. M. Section
DeSILVA. A. GREENHUT J. S. Reeso, facts, sir not supposition. "
H. G.
: Secretary. be and it Is .
Vice-president. Treasurer. drainage commissioners
G. DeSllva A. Greenhut. Knowle Hyer, A. V. Pictures always look best on a warm The witness did not quibble anymore authorized to exercise the right of Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT : t

:. Clubbs Directors-H.C. H., Dorr, O. E. 'Maura, Sol Cahn., i toned plain surfaced background. So and the case went quietly on. eminent domain In the condemnation! LOUIS KANSAS CITY. SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE ii

43 South Palafox. when you are papering a room choose But.when the lawyer arrived home that of land for the location of its canals CITY. The others" via MEMPHIS and EL PASO TEXAS. ..1.

: .. .... ......... . ......... ...... ............. ,rather a paper with no gure than -one evening the wife of his bosom said to drains levees dikes and reservoirsfor Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tickets and ten ,:"
'
him
with sprays. : the purposes aforesaid and may days on Northwest, Tickets. ;'

"You must have been anxious about enter noon take and use such land as No changes. Through Tourist Sleeping Cars every day. "' ifHOMESEEKERS'

City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. If scars remaining from pimples be your watch to send four men after it- It may, pending condemnation proceedings '

bathed in a saturated solution of boric one after the other." ,' deem necessary for such EXCURSIONS. :-

Denom'nation! $1. OO.OO each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing Januarylit. acid and then anointed with zinc ointment "What!" cried the lawyer as a suspicion purposes,,and in ascertainin the com ;
ARKANSAS. TEXAS LOUISIANA, INDIAN
me Redeemable an. 1st. 1926.' Interest Payable Seml-Annually. pensatton to be'paId for such land os TO OKLAHOMA .. : .,.
his mind. "Did
WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN they win disappear. crossed of them?* yon give right! of way benefits to be derived TERRITORY, AND MEXICO. :: :
to
AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. It up any from such drainage shall be considered -
NOTICE.
"Of courser! she 1&1d."I gave It to

The Bank of Pensacola Pensacola, Oct. 1st. 1906. the first who called. Why he actuaDy Section by the 35.Jury.The Legislature may 3 0DaysLimitwilI be Allowed on These Tick- .;; 'I
Teachers and Patrons
of the
Peoples Public Schools, Attention! City. I knew where you bad left itr provide for, the 'assessment of bene- sold on September 4 and .{ t
of
lands by reasons I
fits derived by }
Pensacola Fla. Unlessfnrther notice is given, the ob.and 16. j
i such drainage and the collection 18, O t
r--- ___ _ __ _--- i City Schools win stand adjourneduntil thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall 'S ,
I Monday, Oct. 15th, inst. Tw GUI.. be paid to the board of drainage commissioners 1 LIBERAL STOPOVERS. ot :i iGo

U HILTON GREEN, President. T. E. WELI KS MORE.. Vice-President.O. Asst. Cashier. N. B. COOK 'I It is just e&I7"to" fallin lore with to be used by them for '
R. M. UUSHNKLL. Cashier. MANSFIELD Superintendent. a rich girl,as,It is.to fanIn love witha such drainage purposes. See the New Country. .S -f' .

CITizENS NATIONAL BANKof -poor one but'It1s generally easier Approved Mar 27. 1905. Free Literature S Mailed on Request. 1 .j

NOTICE the poor one.-St Joseph I r. E. REHLANDER, 'L
to marry XXIX. .
The Depot Loan ,office formerly II ARTICLE Passenger : ;
:
Traveling
Agent :
Florida.DIRECTORS. Pre98"NewL of ArticU flw I !
Pensacola owned by S. S. Llghtman has changed (Mo) I That Section nine (9) Chattanooga. Twin.gjBnssxsxsKsenucttastxs S
I Constitution of the State of ..101H
of the .
hands and Is the of 1. (5) :
.. Green.A now property '
Ceo. W. wrlaht Morris, Bear T. Eo,Welles. Rlx M. Robinson 1. ..tUton E. Clement & Co., who will conduct [ ,Be of good courage; that is the main ''I'Florida be and the same Is hereby : 1
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRA4SACTED ; amended so as to read as fallows viz: **% % % % % % %::% % % % % %2ic
the business as heretofore. thing. -Thoreau.


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Store. "Never- in'the history of this city has such. marvelous values been- 'given. Remember: all damaged goods are




I being sacrificed regardless of cost. All goods that were sold out yesterday will be replenished this morning from stock




: upstairs. Come to-day and get your share of water-damaged goods. Remember, it's our loss and your gain. No goods




on approval, none exchanged, and for cash, only. Corner PALAFOX and INTENDENCIA STREETS.


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THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO {(to is the enforce coming any 'light standard on the'I believe' English it Hawes Celebrated$3.OOIlats

THE INDUSTRIAL t SAGE LEAYfS I language. No dictionary has ever
APALACHICOLA FLA. been more thaa a:record of the varying

v RAINCOATS usages.,
Manufacturers of Why not spell such words as the

Boeclal to The Journal. following like Webster says they are

PROGRESS Of Cypress Shingles. Brent. Oct5..The equinoctial,pronounced: Phthisic' (tizlk); Foreign AT i
storms have abated at last.
(foren); Gnat (nat); Boquet
It was Bill Keuhn's residence that (bocka); Tableau, (tabto): Phantom
FOR MEN AND BOYS % T 4" x IS j got off its base during the storm in- '
"Tt 5" 2184: (fantom); Tongue (tnng); .Bureau
%
f", stead of Bill Hutchins, as- your type (buro); Enough (enuf) etc,. etc.I 'STONE'STHE.HABERDASHER
xq SOUTH Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions.i made it read. trust that Theodore Roosevelt
: .. 13'A Write for Catalogue:and Price LiSt.j Sheriff Van Pelt should have known approving signature of this movement
i Rain Coat is _a necessary: better than to go over to Santa ftdsa with Carnegie's millions have created -
' c county for a good sea breeze and salt the which will
primary rumblingSj
: of man's
.
part any wardrobe.: : water bath -where he has no author
r *" Ruby-$10000 land company. culminate in a tidal wave", before the
i It sheds water like a duck's New Corporations Formed McNutt-175,000_ land'' .- and lumber com-: ity to,'"arrest the winds and tides! end of tho century to,wipe away the
pany'Wigglns50,000 I am in receipt of the new simplified
which hare so
( v back, keeps out cold, raw lumber company. condemned unabridges
:spelling ,book of 300 crooked .
Missouri for the
been impassable
winds, and is always: a dressy in Dixie :During, Week St. Louis->-$50"OOO lagd'and investment words.. sive long ages. progres-
company; $500,000 trust company; $20.-
It would have been worth millionsof
top coat. 000 investment company, $20,000 lumber The chaotic ruins of Webster wouldbe :
_
Just Past. company; $40.000 crate factory; $14.000 dollars if Webster's Dictionarywork looked,back upon by following generations
ice and cold storage plant; $50,000 candle I' : on the English language could asa barring absurdity of
f \ company; $100,000 white. lead company have been to establish the rational .
dark 222 SOUTH -PALAFOX STREETMEN
$aO 000 planing mill. ages.!
; Chattanooga Tenn.. Oct. 5,-The material Columbia-$33,000.:quarrying: company I I orthography for every word and Invent THOS. MCMILLAN...
fi For Youths 12 to 20 $10 to $15 development of the south is indicated Carthage-Mining company.JoplinMines sufficient new terms for none to have

each week by the by authority verified reports of The Tradsman.given out Kansas City-$100.000' mining, company.I but one meaning the popular: Instead debauchery, he followed Torments of Tetter and Eczema AI- ARE LEARNING THAT BY
Duenweur-Mines..
The list is for layed.
accompanying the
periodof
on week ending to-day and shows North Carolina. through crooked absurdities which The Intense itching characteristicof BY ,LIFE ASSURANCE

For Men Sizes 33 to 46 $10 to $35 the the principal southern new states industries during establishedin these six Washingt6n Gastonia-$100-J2,000.000 cotton iron,. works.mill.,, handicap our tongue from becomingthe eczema: ; tetter and like skin dis Incomes are maintained' mortgage
debts secured,
days. It will be observed that the caPitalization -- Oklahoma. leading language ,.of. the human cases is instantly allayed by.applying ;protected, undevelpoed
is give in the majority of cases Shawnee-Land and loan company. race. Chamberlain's Salve and many'severe enterprises guarded business render
but-where the amount of money involvedis Okal'f'he-5OOO telephone system. By slow approximation the popular have permanently"cured :ed 'safe" Investments given permanent V
cases
I not stated the importance of the industry 'Custer-$6x10 hardware company. '
value, and capital preserved. A policy
Oklahoma poets; and leading Business men are
be City-$100,0pp) manufacturingcompany its nse 'Forsale by'aI druggists.
can readily judged by its char br
,. fin[ THE EQUITABLE does all this
acter and location. In this week's list ; $500,000 development company. eliminating some of the fantastical
are several notably large new concerns Sentinel-Trashing. mathine..company.' superfluities to warrant an improvement GLASS i and more-provides for the family after .
among which may be mentioned a JaOO.- Rock Hill-South Electric Carolina.light plant. I.I .in revised dictionaries. AND GLAZING.E. I your': death. Send:us four name =
000 development company in Oklahoma I
City, cotton compresses and warehouse Tennessee. A lengthy board of the literate of B. WELLS, 10 ,E. INTENDENCIA. :age and address .

I THE JOHN WHITE STORE industrial companies companies in Texas; in several Missouri mining, lumber and company.KnoxviHe-$3,000 block and paving'I I the United States has been formed to : KNOWLES BROS.. Insurance i

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companies in Mississippi and Louisiana Isashville-Shoe factory;. $10.000 mining urge educated people everywhere to y
and buggy carriage and wagon factory co Fieasa taf&, aid in the gradual simplification of 's
.
s' in Georgia. The Tradesman's list for Ice "; English spelling; as by such approximation 'I- CARYVILLE I
':\ the week is as follows: Oliver Springs-$6,000 canning factory*II JYPtWRITRRIAIRS
Y Alabama. :Sprtn..vfield-J50.000 oil company. seems to be the only hope ot _
Specialists in Men's and Wear _
Boys'
Texas.
Mobile-$40,000 lumber company; J25-. perfecting the language.
000 electrical supply company.dfontgomery$20,000 Marshall-Gas company This board is composed of such timber
Pecos Special to'The Journal.
safe and lock -$a0.0004 building and loan com-
X company. pany. as Editors of three chief American .Caryrllfe,.Oct. 5.;W. B., Caswell .
Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX Arkansas. Kennedy-$60,000., compress. dictionaries; professors In'Yale. representative of The Journal was In I ,
Little Rock-JaOO.OOO.building and loan El Paso-$40009-development company..
Willis-Warehouse company* Harvard and. other universities Jus- Caryrille recently "as busy as a bee"In
company. Palestine-$75,000 tice of the Supreme Court of the the interests of the
Fort Smith-$100,000 mining and smelt- development,. com- paper. Having secured the service* of an expert -
Ing company. pany.San Antonio United States; Editors of Century While the people here regret the! 1 repairer we beg to notify the public
-$20.000 lumber
*ploh1a-tS.OOO lumber company. Pennison-J4.SOO oil company. Magazine and independent Andrew loss of Al Hogeboom, whose pleasant 1 that we are now prepared to overhaul,
" " " " ". ." Jonesboro-Spoke Georgia.CovingtonBuggy and .hub factory. Hillsboro-$20,000 manufacturing company. com- Carnegie, the literary King, etc etc. manner and newspaper ability made :adujust and or adding rebuild machines all makes and of cash typewriten registers .-

and carriage. fact : pany.Weatherford { Mr. Carnegie has supplied the board many friends for his paper we'hare 1 All work guaranteed. Estimates fill
. % ory, wagon factory. I pany. -$4,00 Warehouse com- with funds to arouse the masses received the new representative Mr. :ed. Telephone us and we will send for '
1
! 1 Inverted Gas Okemah-Grain Indian elevator.Territory. Cody-$10,000 lumber company. through a long campaign and their Caswell as .folly: up-to-date and a :nation and estimate., or call and make an exam'
Lamps J Sapulpa-Brick and Tile works; sugar San Beaumont Antonio-$20-$20.000.000 laundry.lumber company. first step has been the selection of 300 hustler to suit the busy limes of the '

: I i > beet Poteau factory-Water works. Mexia-$100,000 light and power plant. words which are spelled differently present day in newspaper' life.:
Bennmgton-$10,000 oil and gas company Hutto-$5.000 warehouse' company. by eminent writers and dictionaries The Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co., un-
Montgomery-Warehouse company and urging the adoption by all of the der PensacolaTypewriter
the
The of the fixture II Gas bweetwater-$60.000 cotton. management of.W.: B. Archer, k
arm the Durant
J fs over light! he plantKentucky.. Virginia. compress. simplest orthography which has been Is still making extensive Improvementin

light showing the rays downward in same ; Louisville-$25.000 gun company. Newport News-$ O.OOO' L lumber com- authorized for this list of common the way of new buildings and repairing Exchange
pany. '
Catlettsburg-$15,000 lumber words.In
company. the old ones. The west end G
;i ..'\ -. manner as electric bulb. Light is very : Hintonville-Telephone Louisiana.system. Central City West-$10.Virginia.000 distillery. his instruction for governmental of Caryrille ,presents quite a hand

>: strong and clear and casts no. shadow. : Lake Charles-$3 ,000 construction ice Keyser and.cold-$15,000 development company; adoption of this simplified spelling the some appearance now and four new PHONE 1369
storage
i company. Athens $28,000 plant. President .expresses a desire for cottages have been built and: street
mining
Brent
Shreveport-$100 000 land company. 313-315 BuildingBOOKS
Alexandria-$a,000 lumber company.company. Charleston $80:000 lumber company. UnCle' Sam to keep abreast of the opened up adding much to the pic-
Put For Bayou Scie-$10,000 lumber company. Parkersburg-$sO,000 tie and timber views of the ablest educators and turesque view .In that, part of town. ]
Up $15jD :
: Lena-$16,000 lumber company.. company. profound scholars like 'Professors The hotel is still under the'manage-
l' construction New Orleans company.-$100,000. laundry; $20,000 i Lounsberry and Skeat-to cast what ment of G. Harcus and olfe, who are

I II IIi Morgan City $25,000:!: electric company. I SOUTHERN NORMAL slight, weight can properly be cast always ready to please their guests.J. .
Pensacola Gas Company Leesville-$aOOOO. lumber company. II on the'side'of the popular forces C. Anderson and family arc pre-
i Mississippi. which are endeavoring to make our paring to move,*Mr. Anderson having
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.CoryrlghtlSOG .1 Brooklyn Hattiesburg-feaw-$30 mill.,000 land company. SCHOOL OF MUSIC spelling a little less foolish and fan- resigned the management the milL The latest fad Water Wagon Series', 8
Foolish Almanac Silly Srclopedia. CyukRules
Amory-J100.000 stone works., Ustlc. I Mrs. Alma Lindsay wife of B H. : of Conduct That Reminds Me, ctat <.,
t ." " " " ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. The Southern Normal School of While this board has no aotlority Lindsay and daughter' of Mrs. L. L. I Z5c. These will make you laugh. 1
I Blake of Caryvllle is on a visit here
?Music: Prof. J. Henry
Showalter prin- Something else new; moat of the stan'
and will remain' C
ciple. Board i until.the storm sea lard works in pocket sire leather
of 4 limp
Managers W. W. -
The Imp.boaed Toad. son is over.' ]India paper. 75c. Thumbnail series of i
You have all heard stories about live COFFEE1We Richards president; E. E. Johnston I Seth Sergent 'and wife have moved j jI standard works at 11,00. t
secretary and treasurer
toads that were, found imbedded In C. E. Shackelford C. F. Stewart.; R. H. Vick. OPEN FORBUSINESS I to Pensacola, Mr., Sargent is one of Shake re. Scott, Dumas Dickens E
rocks 'where, It was said they might This school will ; the first men who 'commenced work Cooper, > tcin numerous. binding, *. It
I '- have been for years.' Natm'alistsl|say are the Pioneer Showalter in Gadsden be' taught St. by M.Prof.E: 'In the big mill of the retired San ]lowest prices. a
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that,these stories are either myths or Coffee Church beginning, MondayJanuary 7, ford Lumber Company. He is an expert My entire stock Is new and includes aI
exaggerations, for:the toads could not Roasters of 1907 and continue for twenty 'days in the machinery department. He of the new things in the book line. rt

possibly exist for an ,Indefinite time West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. and nights,.;closing-'Tuesday night leaves Caryville with the satisfactionof ,
knowing that he-man .'friend9 he>' f
II I under such conditions: They bar, January; with'grand: concert. > ) !
however considered the stories of sufficient Course of study will be rudiments who success wish in him their and new his field.csiteable wife HARRY T. HOWLAND, )li
{ Interest to warrant them In test- theories and doctrines of music; voice
The I
Is culture; harmony musical I recent storm did considerable Manager*De Luna Book Store, L;
Ing their truth. It aid, for example ; composition I II II damage* to crops. No lives lost .
were
that a French naturalist Imbedded a I ; church music;' Solo: duet quar I ,,, i I The rivers and creeks havebeen very De Luna St.
toad In plaster of paris and found It tette and chorus singing; conducting. high but are failing_fast. r!

y 1 alive at the end of twenty-eight have no equal. A trial etc.ProC. I. Political matters seem to. be quite : --1 It'
Showalter of best The
months. We all dislike to hear of such :.one the .Klet Grocery for
warm some' of. our Democratic Florida
Alabama
known and
t
will convince the con musical educators in America .
experiments with living Slings, for friends Hon. W. J: Bryan ex-Representative k

; ,i J rr x they are not without an element of noisseur that' we, and recommendation needs no 'special from us.introduction. or Compai y is op i for':' from Washington, county LAND COMPANY
but the of science had an open letter in the
cruelty, cause some- Has been county
actively engaged in the
mekt noeXtravagant'claImS. business tits old papers last week, addressed to ,
ln times requires that they should be work for twenty years; covering prob- a W. B.
CYf Manufacturers of
ti the
I I Lassitter present Democratic I
made. ;
s
's Ti G < ably a larger territory than any other and Dealers in
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stand nominee charging him with affiliation
teacher in the United States, includ i co.mer'lVlatn and 4t
NOTICE. j jI with the populists ,in convention at LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIM t
!or will be I lag hid native state Virginia North <.LE: AND KILN.DRIED SAP.
a reg- I Ii ,Vernon July 2& Mr. Bryan i
r of ML Wholesale and RetaIlGROCERS: Carolina South Carina Florida I I Palafox streets, and opponent of W. B. Lassitter In was the the recent -

-- l' A. Chapter on Georgia, Alabama Tennessee West ;
e.There 8th inst., at Vaginia Ohio Kentucky, Indiana nlinols. i solicits a continuance Lassitter primary is one and'o was*' 'the'most defeated. Mr.
Iowa and Missouri. .I pronounced
: m. I Democrats in West- Florida Batteries I IAll !7r

Tie House of KuppenheloMr the He most was eminent graduated musicians under of some Amer-of i of ,the patronage that I i and no one here doubts the sincereity
.
r A Secretary. and all kinds of Feed ica. This will be his one hundred has been I of the nominee. He is a, thorough
bestowed inthe business man and.knows that
and thirty second session of his norman I simply
KUPPENHEIMERWATERSHED. Phone No. 178 Stuffs.Pluto .
nomination '
I a by the Democrats-
of
school and itIs'. our desire to : .' !
.
Is Now Working.Sol make it the best. : 'past" i EO Washington his popularity. county won't elect him, kinds of Electric Bar- .
We trust to have the co-operation ; doubtless carry
Is a perfect waterproof Coat Carm & Co. of all singers and lovers of vocal Fresh' I the votes of populists and Republicans teries for launches. I have !
for a rainy day. for all other days WaterWholesale sic. 1'0' goods are beingreceived who differ with, him in political matters '
Move to Brent Building. m one barred. Subscription Ask me
what
want.
Its a stylish perfect-fitting Over- .. : just you
,. coat-$12 to $27.50. Ausfield & Brent the architects now lists to this school;will be open until "; 1 ,
have offices in the Brent building. rooms December 15. Any one subscribing 'daily and The open'letter of W.A..Bryan does .,about them.
312314. _
and Retail. five dollars win be entltled to tuition no.harm further,than.establishing the
:
g' BIDS WANTED. f for three members of his family for none but the' Qesfare"offered' fact in the newspapers,here that he y
f full term. For further information was defeated In the primary by Mr. .
f : H 0. ANSON ,The Board of Publip Works of the Cityof address. the trade Lassitter. '. '
Pensacola"Will receive bids until noon E. Johnston secretary and : .
Co
Monday; October'3.'li01. for.the dally removal New Orleans Grocery treasurer -1107. E., Cervantes St, Pen -. E. Peake ;
I.-0.- W. ,
B.
of garbage except Sundays, in sacola. Fla. ..t., B; ,
CASK CLOTHIER of Pensacola until October '
the City 1st. There wIIT be"a special meeting ;
1907: Approved bond in the sum of Two /
Thousand dollars will be required.. Bid- Jas. McHugh GLASS Sunday evening at 7-- o.clockat Tem- Electrician. ;i
Corner Palafoi and Main ,
ders will name their bondsmen. The ple Beth-El. /
board reserves the right to reject any ANDGLAZING." I KleinCro CO L. I
ail bids. 6ocut: Phone! 1O5.. Proprietor.I ,E. B- .WEi1S; XI INTENDENCIAr ery. .n.'UIRSCHMJ.N. I
i and: : : : \ ; :"**' '-*Pat Secretary:.:.. New Star, Laundry Building*

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