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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 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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.5 S S SANTA 5 ROSA

STORM ii in-1895' Has Increased to. the Delayed One Week, Be- -

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.. ;: Danger Point. -. 'ISLANDBREAKSAre gan Yesterday. !

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Inconvenienced Only by Deranged cLl1l _ '
: % By AssociatedPress.. action ''he deemed'advisable to establish >>- BROKE THE RECORD 'f :
Schedules of I Havana ,Oct.. 8.-The factional a reasonable agreement and good
feeling existing at Cienfuegos since: wilL Governor> Taft believes It necessary
Not So Serious AsA
the presidential election ,of, 1805 that tffe! Cienfuegos situation
the Trains.WHARFAGE which resulted hi.the -death, of Congressman be. settled before the Issuance.of an Over Five Hundred Pupils j
VUluendas.and Chief of Police amnesty proclamation as those guilty First Thought They

niance. increased during the recent -Villuendas's murder will be includ- Enrolled at No. 1.FIRST '
revolution such'an extent that er in-the amnesty.'The governors of all -- Would Be.Mallory'Stillman .
\ RATESSettled he return of the rebels from the field' provinces excepting Santa Clara -
is causing dangerous condition. In port the disbandment of both re-I 5-
view of this Governor Taft to-night teers and Insurgents complete. : DAY OF TERM.. SPENT OR 4
Jiitthi sent Consul General Steinhart toCienfuegos Governor Taft will probably sail and Turtle # S
by Compromise Sat- I __ S.I h il 1 ir : with authority to_take anySALOON1STO ] for the United otates on October 13.TO. .,J GANIZING THE CLASSES AND

: Visitf hem.' REGULAR ROUTINE WORK BE,

isfactory to Lumbermen. I: CAN TO-DAY FACULTIES OF
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S S BE Of flSHlNC'ARE NOW PRACTICALLY Y .CLOSEPAND THE RESPECTIVE SCHOOLS; ,-.

HON.! B. H. PALMER, THE LAKE : WHILE, SOME WORK WILL: I '
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, CITY JURIST., MAY BECOME A PROBABLY BE NECESSARY,-THE Ii i The scholastic year of 1906-07 In the .

CANDIDATE 'FOR GOVERNOR public schools of the city' commenced '
CLEARtIOF
C flEET ARE JOB'fILL NOT BE AS BIG AS
: S yesterday morning! being delayed one -
FRANK ADAMS MAY ENTER. -
AT FIRST ANTICIPATED. week, and while reports were not received -

RACE FOR 'UNITED' STATES: $ ., from all of the schools thIS ,.

enrollment is thought to. be a record '
SENATE. P1 CTU1-S Senator 3. R. Mallory and Collector
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breaker In the history of the public ,
: J. K Stilhnan, the special committee : .
5 schools of the city. It is known that ; !
5 appointed by the Chamber' of. Commerce '
,
By Jefferson Bell. the attendance at school No 1 exceeded >
'to investigate the condition of '
Tallahassee Oct 8.r-October, with by a good margin all previous r -

its mellowed .sunshine, reigns in the And Statues of_a Nude Char The Kwasind and Littlefield the breaks ,in Santa Rosa island.whlch' years there being enrolled there yes' ff,
were previously noted in these
land of Tallahassee and variable as terday morning over 500 pupils. -
April has been its first,days at the acter, By Order of the Weather the Blow at columns yesterday paid a visit to No effort at instncting the pupils -
those places and found them in a
capital.! The "mild September" of the was made during the day, the entire .:
mocking; bird went out furiously, BoardofSafety._ Snapper Banks.The much less dangerous condition than time being consumed in organization -
there.-
leaving a wide swath of .desolation.We was imagined' existed but .to-day the pupils will commence -
The saloons of .the city 'are to be of The committee was fortunate in securing
: were Just in the outskirts of the fishing schooner Kwasind, their studies. -
cleared\ of all p.ictures'and statues of the J. E.
Etorm. and were inconvenienced only the fleet of Saunders &. Co.. arrived presenceof Capt. School building No. 1 Is In a very
nude prominently
whlch5are
women who them the
in"port 'yesterday'; and her appearance Turtle accompanied on crowded condition at present owing to ::
by the deranged schedules of the displayed in some.oVthem.: This will breaks.The '
trains. Slowly our people are returning Tomas Estrada Palma. be done by order cf ths 'Board of allayed the fears of' the owners and trip and condition inspected of the the island is much the fact that the new annex to the -I .,
'and life is beginning to takeon S Public Safety. .whic discussed the others that she. had been damaged or building has not been quite completed. .
its normal aspect. Hon. A. C. matter last night.at.. some length. had not weathered the:storm. but she better than it appeared to be Imino.diately It is of four rooms and will be ready I -
after- the storm. The two '
Croom and Mrs. Croom returned Monday The meeting of the board was a special rode through the gale"at the snapper for occupancy during the latter portion :
RAILROAD MACHINISTS breaks the known fishermen's
at place as -
from Asheville and Judge James one and those present were :Mayor with. perfect easeWhile the one of the week. and will be occupied )''..
B.. Whitfield Mrs. Whitfleld and: the Bliss and Messrs. Ingraham, Mc- ,wind attained a high velocity the crossing and thejother, about by the four sections of grade 5. i .,
a,mile and a half to the westward arenow J'
children will come from Alexandernext Gaughey and <\Vjiite.i[ .smack was somewhat out of the The Faculties. '1 Ii "'
week. Ex-Governor Bloxham.! '$TR1IcIfORMOR[ PAY The first matter? to demand atten- course of the storm and did not get practicclly closed. Each one The faculties of the eight white"i: ";-
'Mrs. John Joe Williams'and her tion was ..the report,of the architectsand i the full force of the blow. She still-has a small opening but neither schools of the city are as follows: : !:.i{ ; '
daughter. Mrs. Thomas Glover Rawls contractors appointed by the cityto I brought in only about one hundred is sufficient even to admit the passage High School-Prof. Jos. B. Lockey', .. :;::
tare at the Battery Park and will re- / investigate the condition of a number pounds of fish and had no sooner of a small boat and both appearto principal; Prof. L. B. Lockhart math. ',\ I:,
next week.. Among other weiltatnown ''Ihousand.Enlp/oye'es'of of buildings in the city: whichare moorer 'alongside of Ihe dock than ice be closing up rapidly. The island ematics and science; :Miss Pauline it S'r,
TaUahasseeans who have?quite Over One Southern deemed unsafe. This committea was being placed on.board and she I I at those places is practically fiat, the Reese English; Miss: May Thompsoni! :

recently returned from their summer ,fefV '-',- .- S' was composed of IV Mr Blount, J. N. will sail at once for .the fishing heavy seas having: leveled it to possi Latin; Miss Maude Suter history and i :'
,triPs are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hirch- Broughton and das.**!, Turner grounds. t, 1 I bly within three.feet of tide level but French; Miss Maude Sparkman, Span r '
'berg, Mrs: TV" L Jloora and Mr. an:: ... 'i System ,, Walk Out' When tijeL-.' ,Tie IQeia bu;&xi b; -:*t he -corner : ToeKwasind alzbv brougtt- ,..-thc: .thefsand seeirs to be making, ,up again t ish. I
')fr3.. CUfton B. Gwynn and children! S of Palafox and Main streets! was i news that the Clara Littlefield had ud.it is 'pos ible.that within a short I School. -No. -Miss Augusta- ': t'

Wharfage Rate Hearing.The v r Demands .: found unsafe and the committee, recommended sustained little if any damage and timer the same action of the elements : Holmes, grade 8; Miss Maude Spark. S ?
hearing of the wharfage rate = are Refused. I I that cast this narrow island up and i t
that the ceUar be filled was on the fishing grounds when the I man. grade 8; Miss Elma Morley (
matter before the''railroad commis- with sand, the front stfongly tied former, sailed. ,.,/ maintained it for so many hundred i grade 7; Mrs. S. U. Sampey grade 7i ,t J "
sion Tuesday brought. to Tallahasseean with anchors and some portions of Converted IntoSloop.The years will again build up the sand ,Miss McIntyre grade 7; Miss Virginia 1 .
aggregation a conglomeration By Associated Press. five to fifteen cents' and when this the walls rebuilt. smack Silvia which was one of sea wall as It was before the recent. Snyder grade 6; Miss Emella Schul. I t '
of brain brawn and power in the Atlanta Oct.. 8.-over thousand was- refused. the road refused!! to.fur storm. 1
one The frame building atthe corner the vessels only' slIghtly-' damaged, has man. grade 6; Miss Josie Roberts ;, -
lumbermen railroad men and their machinists and helpers employedIn i ther consider thei question. of Palafox. and Magnola! Streets was been converted into tL sloop as her Capt. Turtle will make a report on grade 6; Miss Jordan. grade 6; Mrs. *. .'.
{attorneys. They descended upon us the machine:siops of'the Southern fountf unsafe and beyond repair. and masts were carried away, and she has the condition of these places in a day' Thomas grade 5; Miss Buda Day', ;
;in a pravite car over the Seaboard Railway system"walked out to-day following CLAIMS: SOUTHERN RY. the committee recommendad that it been fitted out tobe used as a or two, and Senator Mallory and Collector grade 5; Miss Ethel Clark. grade 5? ,
!Monday night ani had breakfast' at the refusal of the company to PAYS STANDARD WAGE. be demolished.: wrecker. She is in command of Capt. Sdllman will then know :what Miss Mae Burton grade 5. '"

the Leon Tuesday morning. At nine grant an increase of about tw. n.ty.five The building at the corner of :Main Frank Coodey and will start, work this action to recommend to the Chamberof School No. %.-Mrs. E. J. Wilson I
o'clock they were 'in undsputed: possession cents per day in wages. The 'shops Washington, Oct. 8....:Djscussingthe and Palafox streets occupied by H. morning. I Commerce. All three gentlemen principal grade 4: section C.: Miss '
of the corridors of the stacc-: affected are located at Alexandria and machinists' strike which sent Into O. Anson, was found to"be unsafe Contract 'to Float Two Smacks. are very much pleased with the im Katherine Wentworth, grade 4, section If .
liouse while the big guns of the party Va. and Asheville effect Southern today thata ,conditions at the investigated '
Manchester ; Spencer on the Railway and the committee recommended Saunders & Co.,yesterday awardedthe proved points B; Miss Allie Yniestra, grade :Z.: section i
went into a caucus that lasted until N. Cl: Charlestonand Mechanical and, while it is quite likely
; Columbia Superintendent portion of the walls be rebuilt new contract to float two of their A; Miss Ethel Suter. grade 3. sec-t } i
twelve o'clock and resulted in anamicable Green villa, S. C.;- Atlanta and Stewart'said the basis of the machin arches placed and a new .I perch built that some work will have to be done -
schooners to.Alex Ceruti. and he will tion B; Miss Ellis Wentworth grade --
adjustment of the troublesome Macon Ga.; Birmingham, Selma and ists' wages paid by the Southern The board adopted the recommendatlong -commence.work at The vesselsare there it will hardly require the work 2, section A Miss Lois Hewlett grade .
matter without the assistance Sheffield Ala.? Greenville: Miss. and Railway is substantially the standardof of the committee and ordered the Letlie Howard once. and Caner, that, was at first thought would be 2. section B;; Miss Fannie Hend ; S
Df the railroad( commission. The Knoxville Tenn, the South. Where inequality exist- that, they be carried out necessary. rson.1
both of which the island atBrent's grader section, A :Miss Maggie
hour set by the commission for the The strike was ordered by Presii.dent ed the company 'was willing to' bring The Nude! Pictures.Mr. are on. ; A. : : ,,
section
mill. ley grade-1,
tearing wag ten o'clock, but when O'Connell of the Machinists them up to the standard. McGaughey brought up the subject -'
that hour arrived both parties requested I Union at Washington ten minutes The machinists\ argue the increase of nude and indecent picturesand The company also has a force o' School No. 27.-Miss Sadie Stock-* -
a postponement of the hearing after his! telegram was receivedthe : in tb.e.cost of living justifies them in statues that are displayed in men employed In floating the Minnie ard principal, grades :3: and I: MIss
RETARDING THE[
which was granted and the diplomatic men in Atlanta laid downS their expecting a higher basis of wages many of tie saloons of the city particularly : I W., which is In the slip between Pal- Florence R. Higgins.; grades 1 and 2. I -
afox and: Baylen street wharves and School No. 40.-Mrs. A. K. Suter;
negotiations continued with tools and quietly walked.out No disorder Mr. Stewart said the'cost of operation those patronized by negross. -
it is expected that she will be floated principal, grade 4; Miss Lucille Spen -
the above-stated results.In is reported at any point. was also greater and that the He gave it as his belief that many of '
the party were Mr. S. F. Par- Southern officials, bad offered a company 4s In no better position to the crimes and assaults commit'ed about the middle of' the week. cer! grade 3; Miss Mlraldo Bishop
rott. vice-president of the G. S. and compromise advance* ranging from i increase wages than in recent years. in the south could be traced to the Capt. Saunders owner of the tug grade' 2; Miss" Marion Spencer' grade I'
p. Railway; Mr.* C. R. Capps, general display of these pictures and thought Simpson will possibly float that veiselfrom WRECKlr G "1. I
freight agent of the Seaboard; J. M, It would: be a wise move for the the boom .at Sullivan's wharf -, School No. 7Q.-Mrs., A. )Y. Mcfley- (
jditler, general freight agent of the : board to take some steps towards to-day. A railway has been built, tinder nolds, principal, .grade 1; Miss Olive j
Will
.0. S. and F.; W. u Pierce of the Contractors Complete having them removed. the vessel and It is 'believed that Andrews, grade 4; Miss Dagmar Hol.'
Et. John's Terminal .Company; James .Mayo Bliss Chairman Ingraham she will slide off into. the. water.easily. mes grade 3; :Miss Katherine LoftinM; S
ilenzies, general freight agent of the and Mr. White expressed themselves T "'Float Sand Sucker. 'WORK.Scarcity grade 2. -
Isthmian
A. C. L.; R S. ''Ryan superintendentand The. Big. Waterway along the same line and a resolut'on The sand sucker' and pile driver School No. 74.-Mrs. S. H. ; ,!'

E. D. Kyle assistant superintendent wag passed instructing the marshalto George E.; Lewis which was blown principal grade 1, section ;' (
of the Seaboard Air Line; W. B. order all proprietors of saloonsto from the marine railway and landedin Clnbbs grade 1; section B; CoIllns.\\ .
Stillwell, millionaire lumberman of ,By Associated' Press. This change will in no way. affect I remove the objectionable figures the yard of Wm. H..Knowles. will Owsley grade .2; Miss \<-
Savannah: J. J. Paul, of Watertown; Washington; Oct. It. has been I the employment Chinese labor, as ,and if the order was not compliedwith be floated to-day unless something of Lighters Prevents row, grade 3; Miss Emily Thornton i..

TC. EL Guilett, G. D. Gray, George H. finally decided, that the Pianama Canal proposals for furnishing them were to bring them before the recorder. 'unexpected happens. grade. 4.School. ,I -
May Frank E. Warmer, Fred W. shall be completed 'by contract. made so they 'can be transferred to. Cargoes of Vessels From No. 80.-Mrs. Frank D.f
Backy Joe King and many'others of the contractors. Tie contract for furn'shing uniforms Tracy principal; Miss N. Constance] Ii-, "-
more or less note. Judge Raney President Roosevelt, isf known, to sup- Preside (Roosevelt still Intends to or the police and fire depart d:. Day and Miss Mamie Freeman teach\\ ;

John E. Hartrldge, Cot Kay and J, port the commission its- positionthat visit the Isthmus and, unless there: is ments was !awarded' to Jos. Coleman. OIL OCTOpnS mON Being Discharg ers. i: !
C. L'-Engle as attorneys for tha) railroads -i the work can be done more- satisfactorily a change for' the worse In, Cuba will Colored Schools. i: t

and J.> M. Barrs attorney for by. contractors. .than by the probably leave for Colon..a short time The eight colored schools of the, ;
*he lumbermen, were notable figures government after the election: The scarcity of lumber lighters In city' also opened for the term and the i\ t '

in the crowd. RATTLE[ port is seriously retarding the wrecking .enrollment was exceptionally' large. ", ,:
The compromise rates accepted by PITCHED FOCON5PIRACf ..work as those who desire to bid All of the teachers selected by the; I

r the lamlermen were as follow: Another':Drainage Debate tRIAL on discharging the cargoes of ,the i board were present and started thel' ,:
, Cross ties:. Wharfage, including vessels csanot secure lighters upon year's work. 1 S ='j
( not over sixty days storage handling which to load the lumber. The recent The School Board. ., :'

at owners expense. per tie. one cent. Between Broward and ,Beard WITH C CANADIAN N storm destroyed and damagedthe The monthly meeting of the County > ,
Storage: Each additional thirty daysor I local fleet of' lighters to a Board of Public Instruction was hell ,.'i:
fractional part ,thereof following I' '.- large extent, and there are not enough yesterday morning and considerable 'f

''tke first sixty' days, one-half cent! per debate 'upon the subjectOf "Jacksonville would like joint de- left for local use without the ,extra, business relating to the schools transacted .::;
te. Another service requled. ,i Teachers were assigned to the ::1
bate'Mtween 'and-Broward. Governor '
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Lumber: Wharfage including stor- draining the 'Everglades' : has been, wining! to you debate with eIgh- Findlay Gale, Oct.. '8.charged Len LeBaron agent for LJoyd'syesterday following country schools. f

ae for' not exceeding sixty days"*, arranged between Govern Napoleon teenth Instant In open: house you! WIllou STRIKERS with "conspracr'! against trade in telegraphed to the'Southern No. 9, at Bluff Springs-Miss Agnes S

handling at owner's expense ,per B. Broward at4 'Hon. Join S. come after Ocala debate. Wire violation of the anti-trust.laws of the Construction Company of New Or- Averat: assistantNo. -- '
thousand feet, board measure. Kccta. Beard the:arrangements having; been immediately our expense. state, the Standard, Oil Co., of Ohio leans inviting that company' to send a 14. at ,Pine rchard-Mlss Mary l
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(: Storage:. Eacn- additional and Illinois alleged! constituent companIes here to bid on the j
-Beard representative a
com1)letedyestetday, when Mr, S METROPOLIS. Quebec Oct. 8.-The and Spair. J
Ewrty thousand feet :25! : Buckingham of the Buckeye Pipe Line
days per vrcrk and to furnish lighters and towboats ..No.20, at Beulah-MI s Florence 'f'
cents."Wfoere. wired his ,acceptance 'to the' Jackson- Mr. Beard's Acceptance McLaren Lumber .Co.. toniay endeavored Manhattan Oil Co."= will be"placed on to be used in wrecking. Thatcher, assistant f
railroad commission and will meet the "P nsacola. Fla Oct '8, 1906. to break the strike which has trial here tomorrowbefore Judge
does the ville. Metropolis, He also telegraphed to several parties .No...33,. at PIne'Creei-: Miss Mary ; '
come In?" I heard one of the governor that'city onOct.-18.! The "The Metropolis Jacksonville, Fla. been in progress for months. The Barker, of the probate .court.In in Mobile who own lighters and Robertson. f' 1 '
Commissioners ask of the other two. as fol- 'Wlil >Governor strikers and detectives engaged in a the original .t Information John towboats inviting them to come hereor Pineville-Miss Agnes
telegraphic..correspondence( / be glad to meet ( No. 46, at l .
the is still to
"This and and fight. Rockefeller made party
rate has been accepted : : Broward in joint debate In Jacksonville battle with guns 1 p.; was a send representatives. 7'
k5ws McCurdy.
fled with us and is In force" was theSSswer : t on.' Two strikers have been killed the suit but through the grantingof Miss Ida fl
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Oct. 8, 1906. on .eighteenth InstantJOHN McDavid- -
"Jacksonville Flaw trial Mr. No. 48, near
the rule and thirteen other for a separate
"and when we adopt detective a request
'- and one ATTEMPT
lIfe have Il'elared-that the existing "Hon. Joh '-S.,. Beard. Pcnsacola Flat S. BEARD injured. The dead are said Rockefeller will not. be called as a defendant TO KILLRUSSIAN'GENERAL Burns.. ; S

U rate cannot -be altered without the .. persons to be President Ballanger and the until the case Is disposed: of. No: SI. at Olive-.Mrs. William, $, S :1

approval of the commission-we will VIce-President of Lumberman's union.I Nichols. ,
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lave accomplished all we. desired intle ONE NEW, FEVER, RECEIVED-BY Troops' and a machine gun dEtachment -CREW OF >SCHOONER No. 71. on Wilson Station Road- '
., ordered to Bucking By Associated Press; Miss Prudence E. HarrelL :i
matter.* have been SAVED BY YACHTBy Sebastopol. Oct. 8.- bomb -was No. 82, at Klondyke (new)-Miss .4::\
Political Rumors.jon.
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ham. .. :
John Ml Ckldwell. the-'Teteranteirspaper CASE:IN HAVANA MRS. ROOSEVELT Associated Press. thrown to-day at Major' General Eva Water Wilson Station-Mist i '"
,man 'of Jasper was one '- OFFICIALS DUE New Haven Conn.-After clinging Dumbadsee commander troops, as No. 83. near :
d the the capital -- British to the barracks of the Bessie May-Lenoir. '
notables seen at to the side of Jfle ,capsized he was driving .
kn week.:. "I have been lathe newspaper AT HAVANA TO-DAY schooner Oceanic for fourteen hours Breseten regiment: The general who No: 84, at Quintette-Miss Lydia ""f ,

business forty-eight years." By Associate Pf- ..' By Associated Press. Lohema and< his ,crew,were rescued was slightly wounded, fired on his assassin Spair."f S.
jaid; Mr. a1dweJi."and have been try Washington Oct. -8.-The: ,Public Washington, Oc: 8y Mrsl Roosevelt Washington Oct. According to a 1 Capt.by the auxiliafjr yacht Aolha and as the latter, after a struggle No. 79 at Century-Miss Anna Lee ,.1,<

Ing for forty-six to' get' out of It. ,I, Ifealai and Marine Hospital. :Servlce this afternoon receqed'n re telegram received at the. war depart,brought here to-day". The schooner with the.soldiers'eKaped. The gen Brown primary teacher. 11 :
from its than, hundred and fifty members ment.from General Bell. chief of staff following No. 80. city-Miss Mamie Freeman. 4
"ppose HI aie In'the harness,, he I bas received & cablegram one J bound from Louisburg to New eral's coachman and two orderlies
was
conclude; representativfijln"flavana-. saying;:that of the Woman's Auxiliary, Spanish the party consisting of himself Judge York and. when twelve miles west of ; his carriage 'wereasverely No. 1(5(. at *Muscogee-Miss ETa. 1

Speaking; of Jasper, reminds- me of one,new case of yelloW" fevet- wz y con- American War Veterans which Is Magoon and others will not arrive-at]Sperry light. capsized: in a squall. wounded. I Vaughn and Miss Jean Patterson.C '' \
:1 me d yesterday, :holding; its anmualconeauQA-ere.:, ) : S Havana till tomorrow. S /" -
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Some of the Tragedies and REPAIRS CAPT.I< J.- ED. O'BRIEN a'o

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{ Comedies of' the Great Storm Hating secured the services of an expert LETTER RECEIVED' FROM HIM, 0ft
I 'repairer, beg to notify the public n
:: i that we are now prepared to overhaul AND HE ALSO'CONTRIBUTES
I adujust or rebuild all makes of typewriters -
,By w. c. Jones. and adding machines and cash regis $10 TO RELIEF (FUND.
I ters. All work guarantee Estimates fill <
; ed. Telephone us and we will send for, SATURDAY
ooooooooooooooooooooooooo. your machine or call and make an exam- .
ination and estimate.
.' Secretary JW. CL Jones, of the ,
Generous Alabama. 'ing If I Lad saved my big hog." of the affluent and cottages of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday re- -
"\\hat a pity it, is that this portion [ Questioned further, the poor un- humble weremeeting on equal terms ceived the following letter from Capt.J The Klein Grocet"J]
of Florida (I mean alt of Florida unfortunate ,explained regarding the and, going- own together, forming an PensacolaTypewriter Supervisor Will Be At OfficeIn BirOTBrien, who Is in New Tork
t (iwcst 'of the Apalachlooia river) Is hog: "I had about'forty hogs," and Inextricable mass wreckage; Strongmen ? on business connected! with the Na- Company'is for m-
F; ,not a part of that great sympathetic.' Ipst them all-one of them: I had fattened ,were appealing to their neighbors ExchangePHONE Court House tional Bar' Pilots Association:, open

generous Elite, Alabama," observed until he weighed 400, ponnds. ,, to assist 'them in the impossible Every I' "New York. ,Oct. ,-4, 1906. business, at its old w. .
I a member of the relief committee Early the night, I realized that the task of saTing .some of their. all; "Mr. W, Chipley Jones, Secretary -
5 the ,other day. "Geographically Itt stogy was very severe, and that: the women and 'children in terror, were 1369 Day This Week. Chamber of Commerce, Pensaco- stand
is a part of Alabama! ; while in reality tide might run high enough'to swamp screaming for assistance- ,their awful .la Fla., corner Main ad
t, ... it is a part of Florida only, how- my lig hog so I took him into the flight 313-315 Brent Building "My Dear Sir:-I am keenly touch-
ever, for purposes of taxation, and house'' to save him, never dreamingthat "The' noise of It all was horrible, there are any citizens of,Pensar: ed at the sad :reports that am receiving Palafox streets, and
boasting of the fact that Pensacola the house would go, too; but terrifying heartrending, absolutely' cola or -Escambla county whose ;from Pens cola. The good -
harbor is the only deep water porton it did, and the hog went with it paralyzing to one's senses and' yet, CLOTHES names are not on the registrationlist old town and her people hare my solicits continuance
the Gulf. Til tell yon mister," continued the above it an could be heard the voice they most get them,on, .that list heartfelt sympathy. I wish I were
"When Pensacola is in trouble It poor fellow "It was a' terrible. night of: one man. .-It ;was a 'shrIll, high- CLEANED AND .PRESSED this week: if they want to vote In the there to aid her citizens. If subscriptions pi the that
; never occurs to the cities and towns and I will never know how I managedto pitched voice., and if all of the hor- cleaned To have, your'and fan repaired and winter, and clothes put in coming general election or,in the city are desired kindly place '10 In patronage I II
pressed
of the real Florida, to extend to her get the old woman and the children rors surrounding the'man from whici good condition, send them to us. We election next Spring.' There will .not. the fund for sIre. has been bestowed -
the common courtesies of humanity, to high ground without their It emanated ,had been concentratedIn do everything in that line and guaranteeour after this week, be another oppor- "Accept my personal. regards for inthe
1. e. 'messages of sympathy far her, drowning. him, it. were impossible for, It to work. Ladles' work a specialty. Gentlemen's tunity to register for two years. you and family.
and her distressed people in their He was supplied> with food and have expressed.,greater terror. I month. All membership work called rates.for and$1.00 delivered.per Supervisor "W. M. J. Scott will be "Yours .'Very truly, pastFresh w.rsthI!!
travaiL Alabama, thongh-m.a.gntfi.j clothing for himself and "the old "Taka ma backa taka.me backa; ,' Phone 1373. at his office in the court house annex "J. ED. O'BB IZt"
cent, open-hearted and open-banded 'woman and the children," but there I say J<}hnnle,'taka me backa! I' for- ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, every day this week and will be gladto I be- -
lAla.bama-ncver forgets us; and who was every evidence that his pride was getta she, I forgetta she-l gay taka WAt iE INTENDENCIA STREET, have-everyone who has not registered : OPEN LETTED TO ALL goods are
of us can ever forget Montgomery: ,I ''Wounded at the necessity." me backa/! was.what, -the" man.., was- MOULTON. MANAGER. do so now. His books will WHOM IT
and Troy, and Setaaa, and a dozen screaming. ? close at 5 o'clock: Saturday afternoon. CONCERNS- ing received daily and
other of Alabama's generous, Saved the Balmorals."A "He eras an Italian.. In his hasteto Every good citizen should be regis- i Editor -' Re
thetic c 7.Iln1.Ufilties1l11e Sympa-1 big sleek negro woman as blackas escape with his -own life he had i BUSINESS LIVELY tered and it is' to 'be hoped that no Pensaccfa Journal, : none but the best are are"X.
I of middle am- left his wife in his his :Assuming that your- paper: 'is con "
clined their generosity ebony, possibly age, cottage. By one will fail'to do so this week. .
solely because Pensacola is greatenocgh : bled into relief headquarters an even- own admission, he had forgotten herI q. ducted impartially in the interests or offered the trade. "Far
and rich enough, and generouS ing or two ago and requested assis- ( forgetta she.J: IN PfNSACOLA Nothing to-Fear. all, that fair play, is a characteristic Jo.;
citizens said committeeman yester- One of the of the it may claim, I ask space for the
enough to care for her needy tance, a young men C.,"
Mothers have in
rendered *o by the calamity day. "She was plied with the usual neighborhood who.did such noble rescue -i need no hesitancy insertion of ny reply to the uncalled
continuing to give Chamberlain'sCough for
which was visited upon her last I questions were you in the storm work throughout that trying The amount of 'busIness done last and unwarranted attack:: made Tt
Remedy to their little as
seek. are appreciate to the fullest and did you save anything?' morning heroically plunged into thef'eething Saturday and yesterday by the Pen- it contains absolutely nothing ones inju inst upon. me in your issue of the 7th JoUT'ands

the spirit which prompted it, and Ala- "Did I saved ennything?" she water and rescued. the Ital- sacola merchants'' was something almost rious. This remedy is not only per- :I refer to the KleinCrocery Go. pens
bra will err life la the memories i echoed, "didI saved ennything? ian's wife. marvelous. Great crowds of paragraphhaving
; fectly safe to give small children, but
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of every .Penii3 o1-'n, of to-dw !I Course I neber saved nuthin--bless "Later that day I met .the. swarthy 'people were se.eti'lon'the streets and is a medicine jot .great worth and which tIt1e.la Their Pound of Flesh,' Tt
"P nsacca! knows that she has the j Gawd, I neber had no time ter save son.of Italy* With his countenance in these prosperoustomes" everyone It herewith given: t'IJ"nand
merit. has a world wide reputationfor
cf all Florid knows thatJacksonville Eiithin 'Fore de Lawd I didn't-it beaming with gratitude he said: Their Pound of Flesh.iAt .
sympathy had to
: I on the streets something buy its cures of coughs, colds and a late hour stances, cry "extortion' to this vrcntarily >
and Tarn a; Orlando and J. wuz all I could do ter git outen my "Sava'ma" wifa, he sava ma wifa and money to pay for It. Deliverywagons croup and can always be"relied upon.For Ing the Relief on Saturday even- entered into arrangement COUE:
Ocala; St. Augustine and Key West; I house wid mlself. and den I diden't Mary--hea. tina man, I tella you.'* in all lines were kept on the sale by all druggists. of the Committee was apprized fully carried out by me, savors cl will
deplorable situation
Tallahassee and Gainesville and all i,had on nuthin 'tall but two balmorals, jump from early 'morning untilafterthe destitution and imbecility. Ct
of the other lesser panets in Florida.'s -j and dey was ;round ma neck. I shoreto Sick He da he'Cured. stores were closed. THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR five persons of some fifty to seventy-: Upon arriving at Trout Bayou, agerthat

galaxy ,cf stars were weeping Gawd diden't saved nuthin, kale Sick headache is\_ caused by derangement The cool weather, the reaction of BALL THURSDAY NIGHT, OCT. '11, about Garson forming Point the settlement with its some forty Inhabitants, it
for her in her troubles, tut their dese klose whet I'se got on now of th| stomach and by in-: the storm, and the fact that there is FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE It was utterly impossible and Trout for Bayou.. was found that they had by no means tber
syncjathy: has been sealed with silence -.bTongs tar 'nuther ooman." digestion. Chamberlain's Stomach a great deal of moneY' in circulation STORM SUFFERERS. to send relief to these the committee fared a3- badly as reported and this U f<
and their! tsars: must nmbe and Liver Tablets correct these dis- were the causes for the'big business. peopleon
memories of 'incident (to I Forgot, His Wife. orders and effect : GLASS Saturday night but early Sundaya started some little talk among moor *
fleeting an a cure. By taking Indications are that business in all relief bers of the relief of the advisability FerC.
party
them) of the long ago.Lost I', "One of the, most' amusing1 incidents .these tablets as,'soon' as the first Indication branches will continue brisk for the AND GLAZING. expedition with sufficient was organized food,''cloth-andequipped of selling them the supplies:: ,, .
I ever witnessed notwithstanding of the:disease ;appears, the present year. The merchant who E. B. WELLS,. 10 E. INTENDENCIA.'Ing and medicines-to but was ended.by gratoituous distri by (
The Hog.A 1 Its tragic circumstance," 'saida' attack may be warded off. For sale does not wake up now and advertisefor ; relieve the ant bution. the
half-drowned half-served man gentleman whose home was onI by all : should not -- fering. destitute, homeless half a hun mad
druggists. of
his share business
; earsVh* Take the Such
"Cure. it
the facts and I leave
dred are
from the eastern bay, shore, near Es-i j I the water front ''was .on the night of at other time. women and little 'children of O. I
expect any any
,. j Begging Bema to be a lucrative canIng that etormdemoUahe1l'nelghboI'hOOd.. to the public as to whether the lannendoes
cambia: dropped into relief headquarters ;the storm. It was Just after day- Temporary Location.
: a few days ago. He was one of break on Thursday morning. Everything The temporary 'offices of E. E. NOTICE. hi Vienna. In one of the 'district Garcon Point and Treat Bayou are and direct charge of "ex -Tl
the most woe-begone, destitute speci- was turmoil and confnsjon) launders & Co, .and E. E. Saundersare NEW LIMBURGER AND SWISS police courts a man and his wife were accessible only, by boat, and thereto tortion" can be said to have any bas ingInto
mens of humanity that has called en II down my way; the wind was still now located In the north end of' CHEESE AT ROSENAU & GERELDS I summoned to appear on a charge of tangs the tale. Here, was the op- es In fact, or whether the one who
the relief committee, but. he was as I blowing at hurricane speed from the Keyser building. begging In the streets. Only the woman portunity for the owners of the makes each charges is not paradin; BUSt
proud as a peacock and as game'as :the southwest; the tide, like some MANY BOATS 'ARE appeared and La answer to themagistrate' launch Cupid to demand of the Relief a puerile Imagination in an effort to She
a fighting cock. :hell-invented substance released from TWO NEGROES ARRESTEDFOR BADLY DAMAGEDThe questions stated that her Committee their "pound of flesh,"- pose as a righteous censor of morality ,
to his losses, the size HAVING WEAPONSTwo and the owners of the Cupid took ad- and as a descriptive writer! boatH
Questions as its fetters to deal death and destruc- husband had to Baden to take a
gone
B. f. EMTJNDSOtt
of
of his family .and his needs were tion, was,rushing in great white-cap- fishing schooner Kwasind, The vantage the opportunity when they Roc
' cure prosecuting attorney remarked exerted
r as<*d. to which he replied: "WelL ped breakers upon the beach, leavingin negroes Jake Williams and I which arrived: In port yesterday from the committee Fifty An Awful Cough Cured. city
I lost everything my house and all its wake ruin and desolation! ; Tip Johnson were arrested yesterday reported that the fishermen at St. that the Viennese beggars Dollars for the trip of' twelve miles firm
cf my furniture; my provisions and t trees that had weathered all of the I by the police for carrying concealed Joseph's had been heavy losers by the earned such good Incomes and lived so and return. Two years ago 'our little girl hata big
s ell of my own and my family's clothing gales of a century past, were falling weapons, one having a razor and, storm. well that they were forced to go to The foregoing paragraph, to say touch of pneumonia, which left ho bus:!
; my fences and my chickens. I like weeds before a .scytha-'some the other a revolver. All of their stocks of salt are ruined some bath resort to recover from their .the least Is misleading; of a with an awful cough. She h.: '
lost everything in fact except the were uprooted by the encrachmentof Williams, it is charged, threatened I and their boats and fish houses dam- high living. On],.a few days ago he piece with all proceeding from the spells of coughing Just like one -) merT
oil woman and the children. There the tides! ; others were snapped off Sanitary Inspector Wells, who went aged and destroyed. In fact the said, a beggar well known In the Vienna same .pen. Facts, If ever possessed, the whooping cough, and sro
fire eight of Us in the family, but I like pipe stems high above the to his home to inspect the place, and Kwasind reported that the fishermen police' courts had returned from are Ignored or suppressed, the usual thought she would not get well lalL has
c don't want to impose on the commit- ground by the sheer force of the when the police later took him in custody -there saved only their seines and Carlsbad after taking the cure there course pursued by a pernicious imagi- We got a bottle of ChamtIain's ter
e'e for much, and I wouldn't ask forrrtthing winds; houses were tumbling into a razor was found in his many will suffer for want of a meansof and had resumed his begging with nation. .In striving after effect, "Sir Cough Remedy, which alike d the
except a change of clotliir mere piles of kindling wood-Thomes pocket making a livelihood. Oracle"'has this time, however, over a charm. She stopped cougt::.; mat
renewed vigor. Pall-Mall,Gazette. stepped the mark; It may yet be- determined and got stout and fat;" writes ',:. gre;;
that the paragraph In ques- Ora Bussard. Brubaker. Ill TJJ Cry
,Pawnshop Sale tion is libellous. remedy Is for .gale by all druggist: of t
1'r "Don't imagine: ," says an auctioneer, When approached by :Mr. Sherrill
\rr that yon can get any real bargains at re1aUve'to making the' trip to Trout NOTICE.. SO1T
i ( a pawnshop sale. The pawnbroker Bayou, I hesitated undertaking the Bids are requested to discharge
hazard under cargo of deals of Portugese ship ra atel
the then
WhySyrup.of eca.LMsea I knows Just, what people think about cumstances. and:risking a existing boat worth cir reira and take, charger same c:rgo Chi
his stock-many of them having learn several thousand dollars to poasibleserious' for benefit and account of whoa fen

ed from experience that he will pay damage sand hoped that he may cncern. ma
next to nothing on the best quality of would be able BARROS6t
Its I 'I I to' make arrangementwith ofCel
11.5: component parts are all wholesome. I r Jewelry-and silverware, watches, etc.. some other boat for'the trip t Mas--
!! It acts gently without unpleasant after-
It is wholly free from objectionable substances I that all the articles sold at auction are I'had, to make, the trip .for fifty dol- TEMPERATUREOF
Id genuine goods. But there's where they lars the committee to have, practical DEGREES cat,
make a_big mistake. The pawnbroker unlimited time to,execute their errand Bal1'
; It contains the laxative principles of P'ants. ; of mercy and succor. A
bE-stfa.Jnily laxative ; seldom sells any pledged artIdes at very marked fall In tho tn-
> It contains the carminative principles of P leafs. these auction sales.. He uses them simply' -, This arrangement was come to ature was noticeable Sund.vMonday : '
1 previously to'startingamfwas'
\ "* It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are for' a bnnd* Art elei'taken inpawn to bY ; A agreed ,' the maximum yesterday
Jir.Sherrlll. buslnesS'.trinsacUon :
p. m, being 75"degrees and the rcr:
s, ... agreeable and refreshing the taste. are invariably sold at private from start'toflnish In which. mum 56 degrees at m. Last l'
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\ : salefew YorkAmerican.A
"extorUon.dfd..not.a1 .
pure. k ". .. ;> I f" d could jiot.play on'the same date the maximum

din It is gentle. ."'.i Xj'-v. 'i ", t' .tit .. All are pure. ,, GlfcmpM .f.Carlrle. t a water part craft!Dr- 1-"-To tave-, "under no [monopoly the cireum-of mam corded 70.was degrees.S 78 degrees. and tho I

is pleasant. < "':-*" .-' :.. All are delicately blended. -. One day Carlyle sudden!y'stopped at ,- -- ...
If a street crossing'and,stooping
picked
!-o i : All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. :
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? It is efficacionst "' "' i _' UP something out of the mud even at : tXPELS --4
I the risk'of being knocked down and

It is not expensive: .. t tIt Its- value is.due:,:to our, method of manufacture run
,.:. : and to the originality and simplicity of they; ,r bare'hands: berg ntir rubbed the mud

,is good for children.-- '<' combination.> jr.- from ,ttfie tbenitookVlt: to the :: "X *- : .0 ?. < OOD; HUMORS
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? ment and laid Jt down on a clean : j
It Is excellent for ladies.' oa the curbstone. '"That,** said pave-1 ;lt hlng-disfigunng"et'aptions. ,;ashes/'boilsy etc., as well as pimrWaciheads ; 3
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. I / To get its benefidaleffects-buy the genuine / man in atone of tenderness he and rough, seal y skins, show the presence of some i miL/c

It is convenient for business_ mean l I :< used, ns'only'a crust of bread. Yet I ; humor in the blood ThesfcacIcU and humors;with which the blood is Ii *
Manufactured by was are being constantly thrown off through the pares and glands, and the -:s a
It IB perfectly safe, under all circumstances t waste taugbtby anything-niy above mother alt.bread never more to is kept iri a:fevet h, diseased and 'unsightly condition.. Nothing appa..d

,. It is used'by,millions.of families the world over. 4 f ''precious than gold.-1 am sure that the externally can change the condition of the blood or prevent the outf",'"V cf
poisons and aads
Vhf little sparrows or a hungry dog will ; onIf constitutional treatment can'do this. The counters

::11J It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. (SFQRNIA 'fiti SYRVPc(? ,rfi.fi.! get, noorishcveat from this bit of washes salves, lotions, etc., that are used cannot reach the humor -den
blood and
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bread. are therefore;useless except for tfie temporary comfort and :I:-ja
k : I If you use: it you have that:, best laxative the liness they afford. The acid poison in theblood, which is the cause o* to:

5' J I Sa Francisco. Cal.Kr 1 1r How to 'Be,BcMtlfaJ."What trouble mnstbe remoyed.beforearcure can be effected. S. S. S. is a rCJ
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world produces. ._ Looia.illb x.,. Yos$. H. Y.T do you dot .keep go beauti blood punfier"passe s ni- 1 the requirements to neutralize and remove tl.e
till r,tBey asked the,butterfly."I humor:from the circulation It-completely eradicates every trace ot '. '
T; SdLE!iT..u.J LU1JIKQ DBGGGISTSS ? I do nothing" she poison and "" :j I
rOB replied J restoies this vital flail to Its natural state of purity S. S. S <
the add-heatedbfood so that instead pouring out acrid matter-on tt ::3

/ =--- L.. l.. AdeeP_. ;. genuine sincerity lithe first it feeds and'nourishes it with: health-sustaining properties,and the eru: ? .
dls..ctef!tlc.:ot;:pJ< taen_ -wiJii., !aaddjseaseSolthe."sktn! awayl"Boek.iauSkin Diseases and n:, ;xaidvrex
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t and luckily" started for Jack all it ended, an : "He Who Chews ,Win Know d I :"
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"All : '
:- STBWMPastagd on account of Vul .

I "Vulcanite" STORMtr ,- The Proof 'is in the Chewing )

-- -.' Roofing 5 r
Why : Is the only roof covering wholesome
Do You 1 a, Scientist.Advan- economical building S. :John'Wilson Sailed From appetizing aroma of the tobacco SCHNAPPS is more economical igrown'

l Y J puts a roof on your,house that in the famous' Piedmont tobacco than a much larger plug of cheap '
,
.ces New.Theory'With cat ? .,>;\, costa a, :"Mobile.Day'Before the belt continues to create and tobacco., '

IJ Dress ?. Reference to the utart make '" I \jJ: -it is looks better,! Hurricane.The popularize man's fondness:for chew- That's why SCHNAPPS wins all : ,

To please I "l' others. 'mg tobacco. Lovers of real tobacco classes of chewers: the rich, because -

your eye, Hurricane.. ",. pass the good thing along--one they dd ,not find a chew to ,really -
curse! or conventions? You '
: Mobile Register says: chewer makes-another chewer until please them better at price the
There should be a reason Scranton, Miss..; Oc$. 8. The Pasca lend out Captain Hansen of the steamer any ;
in dress. goula Chronicle hats the following \ for it John Wilson just back from a fruit I there are now many more chewers poor,_because they get thenmoney's :
J your "Major Hess,makes-this analysis of is for trip to Central America tells of a terrible and more pounds of tobacco chewed, worth of the real snappy chew and '
First think of the recent gulf hurricane f. 3 herjf in in the
experience gulf the ship I
your
to the in those States flavor found in the
population not
highly sweet-
need then what I "Geolo sts gay] .that the earth- having sailed from Mobile at noon
your A. M. Avery the before the SCHNAPPS tobacco first
Valparaiso : day great storm which where was ened mixtures. Neither the rich nor

particular "build" calls ... she encountered in dista full force the. -next sold, than there are in the States the poor wish to chew tobacco so -
I ors in varoqs.othe..)localities were morning a short' e out.And
-, for; next your business caused by subterranean slides and a terrible experience- it was', where'SCHNAPPS has notyet been. intensely; ,sweet ,that its true flavor .
demands and what will I caving owing to faults in the crust the ship being In grave danger of being offered'to the trade. and tooth-preserving quality are lost '
DIS S THIS BU G driven from her
of our earth and m@teplolpgists chief- course and
give ,you the most ease |ly depend on the barometer, thermometer wrecked 'on the shoals off South Pass Only choice selections of well maLook for the word "SCHNAPPS" ,: '

I It'j and comfort. I and telegraphicadvices for their avoidance TJSls Janf/sr necessitated was -"avoided an, but equally its tured, thoroughly cured tobaccos, on the tag, and on the plug under the } -' ,

Look at our collectionof [when short.rangeweather the electromagnetic..forecasts interaction but grave: danger, that of foundering and ; grown in the famous Piedmont tag and :then you have it-the most 'z "; "

Men's Clothing, made ,[of sun moos and the other planets of BEDDING going down. And this danger was tobacco belt, are used in making wholesome tobacco produced, with ;
not averted by margin
a large
enoughfor
j lour. solar system are: :better under-
1r for men who know stood long-range forecasts .of interior comfort, however much the pleas- j t SCHNAPPS. just enough sweetening to preserve .

"what's what and exterior disturbances'of bur earth ure ,of narrating dangers past adds That's why it has a better quality the quality and bring out the flavor $
zest to the life of the sailor whose
will become possible for years, instead fURNITURE soul has been tried by the face ot and more lasting flavor than the.the: real tobacco flavor that stimulates : :.
of
a few ,days,In advance.
CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JTHIESENVBUILDINGt I t "One'of the remarkable features.of death and whose spirit has been on- tobacco formerly sold chewers at and satisfies.f .;
daunted in that grim ,
prestige.To
'the recent'' storm here at Pascagoula the landsmen there is something double the price they now pay for Sold at 50c. per pound in 5c. cuts. -
was that the hard blow commencedWith picturesque and exhilarating in lOc. and 15c. -
SCHNAPPS. Strictly plugs.
the rising of the giant planet e
the thought of waves being "mountain
The 'Relief Committee 11
Jupiter a1'about
half past eleven
SOMETHING NEW o'clock on Wednesday night, Sept..26, highTn on the the John danger-loving Wilson however-Norwegians R. J."REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wlnston-Salem, N. C. ::

J! EiHIed r Benll) Pins, 25 and 30c per pairW. at a point some 27 degrees north of viding These I the exhilaration left; no opportunityto : :"
east from
near which point' the wind admire the picturesqueness of the r f s g'qr 1' ,
d, A. Gahlenbeck, 2U S. Paiafoi SL blew all night, with Increasing fury, After angry ocean. For the waves dashed $,. ,,;I .
until Jupiter reached our merid1an,-at over the ship breaking on her sides [ f
about 7 in the morning, Sept, 27, whena the Cases.The and occasionally sweeping, over her I .
. COTTRELL. sudden lull and perfect calm occurred foredecks In such a :swap as to flood
.dd FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. for about half an hour. Then the forehold and to necessitate the
.de Pensacola. Fla.. the wind shifted around, and soon began placing every man possible on the :h .
to blow again from the .southwest general relief pumps. Up on the bridge the danger
: and south, with renewed force tinues its work of providing was especially great and the ship i. .
TURTON & BELL. driving the high water of the receding the ,destitute storm sufferers was navigated only with the great ....._ -/ ........+tAfr ........... ........... .
PHOrOORWHERS SINCE I87X tide back to the beach.. difficulty that mariner
presses the
It Kodak Supplies. Finrshlnj tar ,AmalesiL. "By 2 p. m., after the 'setting of food clothing, and necessary when the greatest danger Is immi- i. : .1 : :u
.- :Jupiter at Pascagoula the worst of hold articles. Yesterday the ; nent. One of the great waves dashing dMILLINERY. .
n j the storm was'over and the barometer tee provided several families high over the side of the ship 1'
R. K. WHITE, which during the night; had fallen ticles of furniture and bedding.Sect't.broke in such wise that its full force i Pensacola- people are waiting '
M.iI "lIIlh,.Manufacturing Jeweler, an1 GraduateCitician.30 many
j from the neighborhood, of 30 degreesto cases, however, were found fell upon the bridge, damaging it and So i -
Fla. "
S. Paiafoi Street. wrecking the binnacle. An idea of 0
28.40 degrees. began rising again and and '
imported
and the articles anXIOUS to see buy our '
m : ranidly. serving were the force of this shack: may be had. i 1. di
=- I I "For several days before the storm nished until it was found by from the fact that the compass was'j
Tersely ToldReplies 1 jthe sky was overcast, and rain was i investigation- the parties carried oat of Its box, and that when !i Street Hats that we have decided to i' ,}t !_1 1I
, falling! at intervals but on the morn-' application for 'them had It was replaced as soon as the storm
de to the following want ads s ing of Friday, Sept.28' the sun rose'I destitute 1 by the storm and was over. it required the strength. o, ,I: have a special showing of 'such on '} }l''I'
are at this office to be caned for:. again clear and bright, with one group I two storm-tired but still brawny sap I :
"%," W. B. W-," "Reference" of prominent spots passing off and an- lptely no means of providing ors even to lift It f from' the floor:: 011 I
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ticles. I and October 8 and 9.
"Farm "Woodsman" Filer." "3. R. other one. composed of six double the bridge. Monday Tuesday, b :lJ
JOD." "R. u ox.N.. P.; "A. B., spots (visible In but a very small The committee -continues to I Captain Hansen has been on the ..
C./* "Home-maker. telescope), was coming on and what, valuable assistance to the ) sea sine he * tears old and hasbeen ; '6)) ., j A week from this date will usual ".
mischief if any they may do hereremains so accustomed to storms that occur our | j 1
This is a want ad season. The yesterday distributed a large he rather loves them in a horseman's .

Journal's ands daily want ads are are read not by thous-inex- storm is to reported be seen.from Another the Carribbean tropical of clothing to the suffering. fashion, but this one was ,of the variety J '. Fall opening of Paris and New York Pattern : ,
they
yet that Lag not yet learned to appeal ; | :
Sea and another typhoon from Hong .
J pensive. to his affection. It was the I
d Kong all but faint echoes of tremen Real Estate 7Hats.. so
The teachers Institute, which! was dous exterior rn worst blow I was ever In," said he. 7I/i t 1
-1, to-'meet atRobertsFlaon, Oct 12 I I of the storms'ana sun affecting interior convulsions the- "If the wind had"bgwn} steadily in I i i .1/11 !III W. J. & B. FORBES. r..rf.il !
)1.It- and 13, has been postponed ,on account whole solar system this fateful anyone direction, itwould have been .
. of the late storm. Teachers year Following !s a list of the quite bad enough, but the very high I 4
!, will be in readiness for a later date. I 1906. transfers reoorded yesterday seas were made all. .the worse andtha 41Oee0eeceoeeeo9eeoee '$'''''''''''''''''.''''''.elleeeeeeeoe/N1eee0ee000:0 .* .t .I.-;
the Pensacola. Abstract Co.: t difficulty madean r
Chas. G. Ollinger, of Mobile, man- WERE CALLED TO DEEDS.- !navigating was
tae greater oy me tact that the
Co. to Geo.
Dyas Lumber
>U, ager of the Home Dredging Co., or northwest 14 of the northeast %, wind was squally and volent: and j
itns that place*is in the city seeing what I MONTGOMERYGeorge east % of the northeast % of I blew with sharp variations from all A It i'i'ff

l :i there is for is the to present do in his the line guest: here.of Capt.He C. McCalnt the well known 4 Louis N. R 3.Boley W-UIOO.tout) / C. directions. While, the general trendof CONTRACT WAS KILliNG AT T lURECKEO BARK K 7
conductor on the dummy line left for north % of lot 9, SeO<5 30 Tp 1 S the wind was easterly and the
:caIS.- Ferguson on East Intendencia streetC. .
Montgomery last. 40 acre$100.0" handling of the ship was naturally to
G. Hartfield has been appointedby of a telegram night received in consequence from south W. %L.of Morgan 7.75 acres to of G.land:J. In be adjusted to" this condition: the vio- ;
'S, Clerk :McMillan as deputy clerk of bis people there informing Jiim that em part-of Sec 18. Tp 2 S. R. lence of the terrific gusts of wind ff 'I'IThe

ri.ft the made circuit vacant court by the filling resignation the position of 1... some members ilL of his family were seriously west follows south line of-: Commencing the of said north 7:76 line at acres a of stake,the 7.12 that'any came old direction apparently'at,' as you random Americans from AWARDED TOJUl.DAI TURPENTINE AS SOLD J'J'FOR$50

would say, rendered the handling of
ftn G. Aymard.The Mr. McCain' was also accompaniedon Thence south 3.92 chains tht>
11.50 chains, to the Maura line, the ship much more difficult and add-
'xI&- passenger,steamer. Faults, ply- his trip by W.-E..McCauley, of this northwestwardly along said line ed proportionately to .the danger,
ing between Mobile and Tampa, put city. southeast corner of the north % CAMP
7.75 acres thence westward 8.27 which was great enough at its least, $
10Ig into port yesterday morning having to point of beginning! -$100.00 with the forehold flooded and the ,
sustained damage to her propeller.She PUBLIC SALEThere valuable "considerations. steering of the ship of course affect
to was towed into port by the pilot '-- W. C. Dewberry to T. I. ed to an extent." _
west 12 acres of lot 9, Sec 24. Tp
11- boat Pilot, and will be repaired. bidder, on will Tuesday be offered, October to the 16th.highest 31 W less 2 acres in the CapL Hansen reports the ..passin,; i '
Henry Anderson,' representing Red at 10 a.:m., at the office of Robert 190S. $;O.OO. of the derelict Jenne Hulbert about For Sum of $387.50 Per Clarion Shavers colored, Is In the Norwegian Bark Campbell ,:
Tuemler & Co.. 331' Brent building for Albert H. Elliott to Geo. thirty miles e. s. e.' of Mobile and county Jail held upon the charge oJ
Rock Co., of Jacksonville is in the account southwest % of the northeast U
of whom it
city looking after the interest of his German bark Marie."her may tackle concern and ap the i 14. Tp 4 N. R 34 W 40 acres-$ drifting eastward. She Is in the path Month For Removingand hraving murdered Alice Anderson Was Sold at Ai- i
Helena Phillips and : of steamers and sailing vessels'and
pare be taken The
firm. Mr. Andersou says his firm is min: by purchaser In Pensaoola Investment also colored, Saturday night
the and position she now lies. Phillips to some means should be taken to get '
l'I highly pleased with the amount of I Will also be sold at the same time the north % of Sec 20 Tp 1 6, R 30 her out of the way. She is submerged Disposing of killing occured at Godwin's turpen- tion Yesterday at -
etd, business .done in Pensacola this sum- cargo 32,000.now superficial on board feet consisting of pitch of about siderations.acres-$100.00 and other and cannot be seen at night[ tine camp situated between the light
pine
Itc mer. lumber. Terms of sale: cash.- sawn W. H. Maguire to :Modeste & Garbage.At house and Millview and about twelve. Noon.
Itl CAPT WILH.FREXCK.Master.. Hargis-Lots 1. 2 and 3. block. : .
NOTICE.
The
beautiful .Pharmacy
fla Crystal mont Tract $100.00 and other- miles from the city. ,
... has recently installed a cashier coun- considerations. Tenders are asked for the dischargeand Coroner Nichelsen and Deputy Sanders -
ter which is one of the prettiest In custody of the cargo "now on board the special.meeting'of the Boardof received news of the murder i The Norwegian bark Campbell, one -
d the state. It Is made of the same the outbreak of the Chinamen and'Torments of Tetter and the the Swedish bay of Pensaeola bark "Alfhild., near stranded Muscogee In Public Works.held last night to Sunday and went out to the camp of the vessels wrecked by the hurricane
,'". material as the fixtures and adds but for this it is stated that many of layed. wharf. The discharge to be done at the receive bids for the removal and disposal where the former held an inquest was sold yesterday at noon atpublic
greatly: to the appearance of The the men would have escaped. i The intense itching rate of not less than forty thousand superficial of garbage for the fiscal year, From the facts brought out in the auction and brought the sum ..
3 Crystal,, which is, by the way one / of eczema, tetter and like Parties contracting feet per weather will nave, working to furnish day. the contract was .awarded to J. A. investigation It seemed that Shaverswas of $50. the highest bidder being D. >
of the handsomest drug stores in the Weather Observer Wm. F. Reed, eases is instantly allayed by bond and will be responsible for the cargo Daw. his bid being for $337.50 per intent upon killing the husbandof Levy. !.
South. Jr., left resterdaY'for''a trip of in- Chamberlain's Salve and many while out of ship. Tenders also month. He named as his bondsmen the woman and, it is alleged, had The amount named Is for the vessel
spection to several weather stationsin cases have been permanently wanted for event reloading of the cargo, fcr:: the faithful performance of the made one attempt Saturday night proper and does not include any : !
) The entire crew of the British this section, among them being by its use. For sale by all after opened repair Saturday of the the vessel.13th of Bids October to be at work J. J. Hooton and F. E. Brawner; he stood near the house of the An- of the sails, ropes, boats, supplies .
steamer Saltmarsh is not composed of Carrabelle, Aplachlcola and Bagdad.He 10 o'clock In the morning at the office There ''were, a large number of bidders dersons and called to- Anderson to etc., which were sold separately and "! '; -
} Chinamen, as stated recently* In referring was detailed by the department to Order Eastern Star. of Robert Tuemler & Co., Brent building but all of the bids were in excess open the door. The latter'swIfe brought fair prices, netting a much 1 '-
t to the attempt to escape make this inspection' and will be absent Regular room reject 331, and OT:Master all bids.reserves the rightto of the one receiving the contract. opened the door instead, and this, It larger sum than the vessel itself. 1(_ Ot "
made by the fire room crew for some days. der Eastern Star any CAPT. S. BENGTSPONV The board transacted considerable Is alleged enraged Shavers ana< he The Campbell suffered possibly i j'" ,,
of that vessel The firemen are' day night Oct. 9, Master of the Swed. Bark "Allhild." routine business before adjourning.THE fired both charges of his shot gun more than ony of the sailing craft In .
Celestials, as are some of the They never disappoint-Blue Rib- o'clock. Into the left breast of the woman. port She Is a wooden vessel and la :.
helpers about the chip but a large I bon Lemon and Vanilla:: Absolutely 'MRS: : ELLA Phone No. 178 EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR addition to having a great hole stove -
portion of the crew are not of that pure, go twice as. far and the Blue Is Now BALL THURSDAY NIGHT, OCT. 11, NOTICE. in her side was otherwise injured r I f j
Working.Sol .
") nationality. It was the'steward of the I I Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. Ask for MRS. ALICE FOR THE BENEFIT' OF THE NEW LIMBURGER AND SWISS and sunk. To'repair the vessel ia I .I
Faltmarsh who gave the first alarm at the 25c size. Cahn & Co. STORM SUFFERERS. CHEESE AT ROSENAU &. GERELDS impossible, and It Is the Intention of : ';,
'. \ I the purchaser: to float her across the r' ;;:t:
and there strip her of all '
bay copper ,1
I "
, ,. f. .
'''' ---- q -- -- -- brass. Iron, etc.. of which there Is a "
," '- : ; ._ :; ;::Jf: : ..: -, ,; *:_ : ; ; large amount in her construction.The .. .'r'l i i'
.
bark has a smallportion of _



BIGGEST PIANO BARGAIN SALE EVER SEEN I IN ANY CITY I:CHEESE ed cargo, NEW at once.stored. LIMBURGER AT, ROSENAU but NOTICE.this will AND&. be GERELD8 unload"f SWISS, :, .;:i i i




AT NOTICE. a
Tenders are asked for the discharge i -
I of the Swedish bark "Noach VI," now "
THE CLUTTEifKEiVi SIC HOUSE moored in the Bay of Pensacola. a* '. J
the Board of Surveyors orders cargo :
to be taken out. In order to be able I Ito r
ascertain the damage. J. '.,

Nos., 112-114-. Palafox St. as Soon as Our New' Brick Front is Erected. The discharging jto be done at the -;. ..it
rate of not less than forty thousand t: "

This Bargain Sale will be: FOR CASH, at prices which have no references to real value-$500 Pianos as 'low as- '$350 ; day.Parties superficial feet per weather working -t'IJ I V z .J-

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contracting will have to
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.. $350 Pianos at $250.. Watch The Journal for details.The .. furnish bond and will be responsiblefor B
th'e cargo while out of chip. f .

: Pianos are ALL NEW, no wet damaged' Pianos will be offered. We had en route before the storm two ,carloads :lof LESTER and CLUTTER PIANOS. the Tenders cargo after also repair wanted of for the vessel.reloading 1'F, :'I

They MUST BE SOLD, WE HAVE NO ROOM FOR THEM, as the building will be entirely remodeled the second floor, .making the finest warerooms in the Bids to be opened Saturday, the i I
13th of October at 11 o'clock a. m I
I South. We will offer about FIFTY; damaged Pianos sometime in November. NOT BEFORE. at the office of Robert Tuemler ft Co.*, l' ...
Brent Building Room 33L Master reserve :.1.
'1 iE CLUTTER THE STATE s. the right to reject any or aH I ,. i
Goo:W. C. Clutter, Tr as. );, ; MUSIC, HOUSE, THE LARGEST AND OLDEST 'IN E. Clutter, See'y. I bids. l.'i. .. f'

CAPT. BERNHARD ANDERSON,
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of the'state, for there Is a practically : : brush M4 comb
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'DEbt 1itaIa Joutnal unlimited market to. their WS: --AND VIEWS ** #. *> .O- urfl1rucvlmproved 4 it with Ayer's Hair Vi ft,

product if. it be as good as It might be < formula. Then
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made.; Properly! tinned and attractively ? vffl remain at, home, on : m
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: labeled; always: up to a high I ; :; P1OM-STATE PAPERS. II Contrary. where it belongs. An elegant dressing j i
: DAILY WEEkLY SUNDAY. standard,!it could be jobbed at 60 Doee not tttfa or cheat '
cents to 60:cents_- per- gallon and th. olo>eftii.hUr.WE. .

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY would afford a_ very handsome profit g
over Its cost.Itehould -
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be.explained, for the benefit Best In the :World ,. will go directly through by raiL ThiS .'.... ....................... .... ............
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THE JOURNAL COMPANY.. of those-who do not :yet know their Florida hasOhe' best all the year will mean a diversion of a greater .

I __ ._ Florida, that there.Is a great misconception round climate In the world, and people I part of the extension traffic from Miami r. g
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as to this syrup-making business in all sections are 'fast _realizing i though this city will be held_as I.I REPLACE OLD AND :
FRANK 1, .MArES. President an' General Manager the fact,-.Lakeland'"San, permanent headquarters of the, conetructing ,
on the part of newcomers and, >,
and
a4 engineer

: MEMBER THE 'ASSOCIATED, PRESS. for that matter, many old settlers.It Sweet Franklin County. I ami lfetropohls.S .o1flcers.-MJ-1'I ''IJA.MAGED FUR'Nrr I 2MA: :
is commonly'supposed'that sugar Calling, attention to: -the ..extraordinary S S RE

i cane can be grown ,In this state only crop ,diversities of Florida, the "Syd! Carter Say. I -
SUBUCRIPTION RATES: upon what Is called "strong land.." IAyeOa-xaf-entloas' the fact Judge Syd L. Carter has returned t4A'S

k One Year .. ... ..........$SCO' One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 This Is that' thehdithi-oftFrauk1In; courty from a trip ,to the,Caloosahateb.ee :
a mistake.
t SIx Mentha .. .. .? .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. ..' .. p. .. 10 great Upon land of this seaso4rW: tal,) ,;panels, river Into Lake Okeechobee and the : f of
; Three Months.. .. .. .. 125 Weekly EdItion. per year..$! CO this sort sugar cane.grows to a great worth about $ O.OOtl.-st.: : Augustine- Everglades, where he went:with" Governor ";\ th new, handsome furniture,that will be a daL 10
size but is often.1 deficient in *s number of the
Record. Broward and a
E saccharine matter ,as to be of much -. .. *'*'*. .* members of ,the legislature and FlorIda .pride, ., to any home ,and by our'wonderful : .enc'

The Only Pensacola Newspaper FI'Oirt.Wllldl. a Detailed less value than it appears. WhoSaid It, Anyhow editors. 'It speaking_of, his .:trla. % ofd

Chvulatten Statement Can Be 'Secured. The best cane-so far as syrup- Pensacola is so far removed. from Judge Carter says he will.franklj\, -.: |:.;BUY NOW PAY LATER i't. :few
making this'section. of the state that it seems mit that the trip shattered many of aa ne?
purposes are concernedisthat .
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strange that* ,Its. ,.newspapers.should his preconceived opinions of that;sec Ifcar
Paper en Sale on Trains grown, upon poor land properly wish,to put a: finger-In,the Miami pie. tion of ,the state. A more generous: S plan, anyone can get it. Doh't wait-buy i C

Fllel"- {I Editorial Business Office Rooms 1600 38 I ? I fertilized;' and it may be laid downas It.they :lookarcuad they will dad hospitable and intelligent ,citizenshipthan to-day. Dining tables $6.00to 25. Side- + to
News
all
and at Stands a'rule, that the thinner the soil, the plenty In :th& Eseambla. section to the_Port Myers people cannot b* I the

better the syrup. keep'them, ',Imsy.'_;"'-MiamT'News.- found on,the/globe. "The river Is exceedingly -'. : boards $15.00 to $65.00. China closets. .. $15.00 i the
s- .' said ,Car '
beautiful, Judge ,,6ta'ver
.Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendenola and DeLuna Sts. We know of no crop which will better farms to $75.00. '4
Lauber's Enterprise.The ter. "It Is lined with thirfty i .
repaythe exertions of our people statement. is made that the and magnificent orange groves, and to
than this. The market for syrup is management of the Tampa Bay Hotel Lake Okeechobea Is a splendid/body + jioe-
P SACOLA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9. 1906. practically unlimited, and with a lit is spending- twenty.five thousand dollars of water,'said to be the largest southof I her

tie care In making and handling all advertising this season.' How Lake Michigan. ; and :it 'Is only' a MARSTON&QUINA, i Si
difficulties In the does that strike, the Starke merchant question of time when its shores will
: Mrs. Humbert proposes to write drainage were known scheme to ?be opposed. to the profit mayeasjy.way be ofa handsome who doesn't spend $25 in'a whole be lined with stately-hotels and beau- 1 106/110 5. Pa1afox St, Phone,149. 'Pensacola, Fla. ,MAICE

? her memoirs. It Is now up to Cassie overcome.I year for advertising. -Starke Tele-- tiful residences; for he who contends : ,

Chadwlck! to do her worst. Little Jakey Rlis has at last gone i..t( graph.- ,* ",'.' '. lowered that the waters and the of the adjacent lake cannot country be ,.......... ....'................'............. .. barpat 3

Colorado is about to build a glass back: on the President. Everything I Long Dela'ed Returns. drained and brought into: a high state, -
L' bridge and it will be. one that any comes to him who waits especially vox POPULI Miami and Dade county have their of cultivation, does so through dense Wr

tourist can see without glass s. those who wait on the tables of the long delayed census, at, last* and the Ignorance' of the facts, or else from m DRINK Ins'
great. .... ... result shows that the Democrat was interested motives; and It:he will go BOTTLED. we

* New York wants harbor improvements NON-ENFORCEMENT OF too generous'In,conceding precedence and'view the land for himself,he will .-4 fete A
to that city- Live Oak in the'mat-admit that Governor's Brow ml's tO :
altogether over
Already haobors Everybody In Florida who kn ws THE NEW STOCK LAW o tent
740ft gives us p1ans'are entirely'practicable. how
ter of population. Our ,,
too many-jack-leg political misfits. a good when he one will nlfital!
mar sees Editor Pensacola Journal: fifth place in the procession, with only ever much he may differ from the

There are said to be but two honest be glad /hear the following good Through your paper I wish to regis Jacksonville Pensacola, Tampa and I governor<<; about other things" 9 @g[ ,erhgirJ

men in Cuba nowadays. But news from the New York correspondence ter a complaint about the way the Key West ahead- ef iis_-Lire, Oak I Gainesville Sun. ,&tTjg '

'that's away above the O. O.,*\ aver, of the Ocala Banner from Miss stock: law Is being enforced (rather Democrat ., S the
- Sara H. Harris. not being enforced). Complaint has The Democrat and Dr inage. tin
age. been made to 'authorities without Doesn't Feel So Good. The and editorial .
-"Saturday haughty majestic
morning Mr and Mrs. g / atA
In :
George any good results. Cattle roam at "When the western farmer reads T* of the Tallahassee Sun in the
r- If this drainage business does nothing Wl Wilson, of Jacksonville exercise Before drinking see that
speeches you
In the
called at the hotel to see Us but'we large In herds on East Hill In the the papers and ,hears of his plenary powers of supervision Sand
else. It is likely to drain some of neighborhood of Twelfth* that the average, freight rate In this :bed
and Fourteenth the of Florida has
unfortunate
were enough to miss over press "
x- these Florida newspaper people dry them. Mr. Wilson ,Is still under the Avenues and Thirteenth and country is less than a cent per ton per at last got around to Live Oak, and, 0 0 get the GENUINE. A word oed

cf editorial eloquence. care of.a specialist but is greatly to- Fourteenth streets and the surround mile he feeds good. W'' bn he ,finds I pointing his august and terrible stub- pfe
proved. He expects to sail for homeon Ing neighborhood. Many times half that It costs $180 to send a ton of I pencil at the mild and unassuming"we" o 0 to the wise sUfficient.. andMr
According to the Atlanta News, October 12, and will resume his a dozen can be ,seen at a time'anc It fifty'mlles he doesn't feel so good, of the Democrat thunders out .

k: there are now perceptible some duties as editor-in-chief of the Times- they can be found any afternoon. and he sets up an Inquiry why he I like the Kaiser bellowing through Ue! Mr'
Union. I was opposed to the should pay nearly four times the aver- Works is .-
: changes Northern. sentiment. What stock law but hearso telephone "I command that yon gt Hygeia Bottling
This Is the''anarchy. hot
Inasmuch as have age. you ,
we it and most
of light! on the drainage issue, and If yon
might be.'called "small change". prob- Plenty of BouquetsF.or the people observe It, It Is great' in- much about-:"-Tampa Times.. don't get light get out! Scat! Skid- 124 EC Chase Street. Phone 587. iAj011
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ably. justice to those who do observe It and i doo! You have 'no business at the ...
Pensacola.The I would appeal to the proper ones to Newspaper Changes. :butt end of editorial pencil unless tap
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Colorado is have home for "old
to
a Everett M. Canova formerly of St.
enforce it ,
or repeaL and let aU fare ., you know it alL" The quotation
newspaper men." The trouble is that entire state Is engaged In tossing alike. Augustine but recently 'connected "'-"''"' BR<(
marks are ours, for the Tallahassee
? the life Is so strenuous that few, if bouquets ,at this city nowadays.We EAST HILL CITIZEN. with the Tamp' Herald has taken. Kaiser doesn't use just those words, l MAA
: Coal and Ice for Sale Mnterand1 Summer.
any of them ever. get time to grOw don't, know that we deserve all f: charge of the Polk County Record, of although he seems to .mean it about the
,lcL 1 th, good,things that are being said 1 H ...*H 'l-I-rJ .Bartow, as editor: _and"" _manager. Mr. that way. It is a perilous thing to do,
Get before placing orders. We Cia
-" Canova has ha f tteful newspa.perexperience 9ur: prices your
of 'Us; but, all the same, it Is pleasant ?* but after calm reflection we have concluded
PENSAGOLA PHILOSOPHY. In this state that his ,size
so
to risk It, disobey orders and sell Jellico Galloway and Alabama best lump coal.
The New: York Sun has come to the .to know that our efforts are ap I N /* efforts In Bartow shtjald prove entirely 'VerjBro
Jpnclusion' that Atlanta is not 'a predated. By Sam B. 'Russ. successful. He hasDcast his lot in neither get light tW.f. get out. That is We still maintain our up-to-date ice' delivery j
to say, we'shaD ,continue to mosey
southern city. It should be explainedthat The Jacksonville Times-Union, for %"':ifl $ H \ H one'of the-RecordV.le5t.towns;.l&da Florlda.-St. along'in the sot mystic twilight of system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is ,;law 1<

the gun means this as a compliment. Instance, in its Issue of Friday last, Augustine ;SS a our pro-rata share.of popular knowl- 25 cents:. per hundredy pounds or over. Phone 232. ion!

,says, in referring to Pensacola's recent Virtue edge on the drainage .Issue, and sao
is
"storm and stres ". comparative-compara-,Phosphate Discovered. what's more-now that our Irish Is The Moore Ice Iiraid
periodEvery CompanyFactory
.Accord!ng to a contemporary: astrol- tively rare that Is.- One of the richest beds of phosphate up-we shall freeze on to the job we

os'st, President Roosevelt is to proud of Floridian thQ brave has spirit reason with to which feel Self-pity Is a luxury that nobody was found ever'thlsweek discovered. about In this one state mile are holding! down at these presentsand Corner Garden and Manresa Streets whttof

; meet with trouble this mouth.. Little Pensacola has can afford: .to indulge. in. defiantly refuse to absquatulateLive .-
4 :twice met' misfortune south of Zolfo.alarae area of land Oak Democrat P. O.' Box. .422. Phone 232 'I'o'W
, Jakey Ritz must be coming back'the to, in little over twelve* months The The woman -with a post'Is' the Is' found bYteS 11dly. -underlaid with sw's -- -' ____________- # ,.

fold. yellow fever last year did the cityno woman who needs a paster. the richest kjnd tot. deposits. The Regarding Personal l,Abuse. _
permanent harm and the storm -
land under which,'it 'Was found fortun-
An esteemed contemporary wantsto that wrought such vast destruction The best Governor Broward Is making a most |
I part of life is that with ately does'not ,belong to the Peace
know what has become of the promises to result in the ,growth which we have not yet had to part. River Company, and It Is extremely aggressive campaign in behalf of his
fellows who "wore dusters. Taking rather than ,the retrogression, of west probable that a plant,'will be 'established Everglades scheme and that he isgrowing req
Florida's metropolis. The vitality of Talk Is cheap-If It were not, the before' stronger In this regard Is Lumber Orders Quickly Filled
and mining begun long.
somebody else's dust by this time, -
,
Pensacola lies partly in her location average woman. ,.would., always be Zolfo Advertiser. *U:o* generally admitted. "jX the election
probably. and partly In her people. flTie- two broke. : had been three months ago Governor a
combined guarantee her such a futur -I I *9D Broward.would have_gone down In defeat We are in position to fill all orders for
: The President is said to be inclined as few American cities can hope The man who declares that he was Hamilton Count1 Politics. but at present the result is

td give Cuba: another chance to equal. No city of the entire Unionis I never afraid Ia certainly not afraidof Talk about the oppression of the doubtful Broward has gained lumber, doors, blinds, sash, builders' hard- '

: for self-government. No necessity more favorably situated for the I lying, at. any rate masses by the classes the republican strength In certain sections but Da;
; for giving the grafters any other commerce that will flow through the I The party is the mother of all trusts,. combines vocates like the :Mercury, in ware, etc. quicklyand at lowest prices.
:' chance there-theY' wlU it Panama canal, and when that canalIs I fact that a girl has a bad and class legislation and the laboring weaken him on account of the ad-I 'J 3
take any- completed, Pensacola win take on I figure never prevents her from fig. and toiling masses of these articles published therein. On deho1

how.The a growth rivaled or few American uring on matrimony. United States will be forced by the other hand, the anti-drainage forces Saunders Mill

: Jacksonville Metropolis has discovered cities. She is already growing rapidly As unendurable the flavor of corrupted monopolies to bow In hum-. are weakened by: the publication of Company, gate
in population and more rapidly in ble submission, until the next presidential -. the vicious attacks '
: that "'the'resumptidn of business garlic to those who dislike it Is. the extremely against Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. !!'
commerce but :what she is doing now affection of the wrong woman. election when an outraged Governor Broward In the Tavarea
in Pensacola Is most gratifying will seem slocIn comparison with public will take revenge from the octopus -Herald and other papers. The facts -----.n

t Intelligence." This is,all right-only, what she. will da in the near future. It is one of life's most ironical at the ballot box: and again restore -pro and con should be given and \, I

as a matter of fact, business never The two recent misfortunes would compensations that the prettiest the government In the hands of abuse relegated to the rear. Gover. 'SS
;really stopped here. have discouraged a weaker people, women should so often be the silliest. the people. Yet a little handful of re nor Broward personally is an honor- '

and would have greatly injured a publicans and populists met last Tuesday able man, endeavoring to do what he
Judge Parker Is understood to Intimate city of less vitality. It must be remembered and nominated a ticket of republicans -deems to be right The Metropolis 5! Some Tailors know

: that he will not vote for however that, Pensacolais flu '-M ia'It!, foe the senate and represents has found many things In him to criti \,4 style well enough but
not especially liable to a recur- PREARRANGED lives of this county; Wonder if they cise and does not indorse his drainage :
Hearst in New York but ,will bolt cL : .
rence of eIther There Is no reason INTERVENTION. think that the party of this county scheme, neither does it Indorse the kcan't embody it prop
-- the ticket It Is hardly necessary to again to ,.expectyellow fever in Pen- will support the:party_that has during charges made against him by certainpeople. :' '
"bolt" sacola. The city has been put in 'a 13 11 -: erly In their gar
anything up from the judge; (Montgomery Advertiser.) the past twelve years permittedthe The oppositon should 3ght %.. .v-
\ nowadays. Ila I3 taking all he canget condition that would make Its spread trusts and combines to sap their the drainage plan and leave Governor V _,! .-l-----i li .. .ments.Here's.
t ;" practically impossible; and Its shel- $K fl; very lives from 'them by controllingthe Broward's personality alone. He 1r-\: ,I
I tered position protects It trom storms where we ex-
commodities' for the benefit of
can be such '
never Injured by attacks. -
; The Jacksonville: ,Metropolis says' witnessed such as have at a intervals power that. centuries Is only The fact of Intervention In Cuba is Wall Street Jasper Banner of lib .Jacksonville Metropolis, _j.JIp \ .-in-,-7: ; -i .-.

L that "this Is the scarcely more patent now that official erty.
.
.. time; of the year .
when ;mrt. proclomation ha$ been made t.b.a.n'It .j'_. COMPANY LIABLE [ Styles this Fall are tr
1t every able-bodied person ought The people of this city are certainly was on the day Secretary Taft Bridges'for the t e"sicn.Three \ : 'difficult to make right
to feel
like working a few days In FOR FRISCO LOSSESBy
justified In looking forward to the landed on the island. It will remaina sections the 'steel bridge ,
t- the week at least" But then sot future with a certain degree of confi doubt in the minds of thousandsof weighing many ,tons each which lato Associated Pres. ,, The deviation of a

;;;-'" many people have ,no feeling what dence. :As our Jacksonville contem- patrotic Americans whether or span Jewflsh Creek and form the San Francisco, Oct. 8.-The Trans- fraction of an Inch in P

, ever. it location>u deep not interested people on the island connection of the Florida East Coast Atlantic Fire Insurance Company lost p i;
< porary puts our did not stir up all the trouble by cutting or tailoring;
Railway extension from the mainland In the first decision rendered in the
ijj Candidate. Hughes, in New York, water and .our bay front-give our:. actual use Qf money, to keep Insur.' with the keys at Key Largo arrived supreme ,court regarding the liability will cause a garment

declares that all honest men must people good reason to look forwardto gents American in the field Intervention, in the,expectationof \1 the terminal dock yesterday, and of companies which refused a dollar Short Talks on TailoringBIG to wrinkle or sag.
followed
:t etand together for decent government the future with confidence. will be. transported to their destination for dollar settlementNO (
speedily by annexation. The FELLOWS
This 'Pensacola's future be remote arrangements at once. With the bridge are the who pratronize The unerring accur--
however, is but a may for an army of occupation have some tailors have trouble securing :vI
f ." phrase; and In the meantime it that depends upon her people, and been going on for months, and con- three cars of connecting and framing comfortable fit* in pants. When there acy with which OUR

might be well for Mr. Ryan's friend the course- they take; but that that trary to expectations. Secretary Taft Va.material, where, all a coming number from of other Portsmouth bridgesfor MORE DANDRUFF. Is enough, goods to reach around the garments. 'are made i*
future at uncertain will never sided with tho e who were seekingto "shapely" part, they stand
. to explain .how his former law partner Is all use over, the waterway crossed by away at
be believed by those who realize that overthrow the government rather Newfcro's Herpicde Destroys the Pestiferous .the;waist Infront.. a point worth consld
i had so great a share In turning : than with the constituted authorities.If : the railroad In Its route to Key West
ThI 'ls' caused r
those New' York life insurance companies the city has the best harbor. this side he was to preserve-order the natural are now, building at the same place. Cause of Annoying 'tailor to by failure of the cring
'Dandruff. properly "work In" the
-I of Newport News. and that inference would be and will be delivered here as SOOI as waist t
the our portis that the weightof "
overto
r wrong people'at Does and In Stock -
your head Itch? Is your coator many- cases, error on the part Our Fall compel
: the wrong tim the natural entre POt' for more than his influence would be wtt& -those completed. Vast quantities of stealrails dress .full of white flakes after, of the cutter to properly> "shap;" the Attention from
_ one of the great states of the new upon whom rested the obligation 'for and othet'rmaterlals for bridge dressing your hair? 'That's the effect waist-band. ,
keeping order, but it not be and trestle building are being transported r "those who care."
'l'heJournal certainly appreciatesthe was to
of dandruff. Is hair Sometimes
? the
.c01Hh. your thinning tailor hasn't ,
The Cuban : to Jewfish Creek: and Key.Largo enough
this people
_ way. as a
following paragraph from the'sedate Are Beginning
you to get bald In goods to do It
right.-Sometimes he
: fit for the sort of where the is now centering
and dignified Savannah News; The Isle of Pines will no longer mass are not under which President government ; operations company in an endeavor to- spots? Are you already. in fact, just don't know how, SUITS I i

Three cheers for Pensacola! The Irlne. for American. controL, Palma has been acting. Possibly make a base of supplies JewfIsh rapidly becoming bald If so, that OUR big .pants are great. C
: storm hurt.her severely, but It didn't i those in Imp with him have been' Creek. As soon as the road now extending -Is the effect of a measly little para- Got your copy of "Short Talks on Tailored to Taste,
: dishearten her. She is up and hust- Some Syrup Making pnilty! of ballot-box fraud and that from the mainland proper site that burrows in at the root of Tailoringr*. .It'. an education on' ,

t:; ling to clear away the wreckage, and I i In This State.In there Is some ground for. complaint distance of abqut 'twenty-seven miles the dandruff hair and and eats throws off up the the hair scalp at theroot in tailoring matters. $20 to $50 !
declares that she will build bigger the against him on that ,score. but not over a graded roadbed has been completed
a recent issue Tampa Times Science's'latest
r Ii..}. >nd better and finer than ever before. to the extent of intervention by th much practically all of the Discovery Is a
. That I is the spirit that wins, and nothing -which Is ever on the alert' to say a United States and assumption of all material now bring transported from destroyer that pestiferous germ. "" r
short of annihilation can prevent good word for Florida and Its possi; power by our secretary of war. There here bysteamerwill be- delivered That_ destroyer is contained in no f

; It. from winning. 1Ulties-takes up onp of our neglected might! have been an effort to upholdthe there. by steamer: "land the base other Newbro's hair Herpicide preparation Try It earth, and but be P' PERSON 6 GARDNER!!!

;i; In Its last Issue the Lire Oak Democrat Industries in the following manner. hands the withholding of tht printing of such governmentand : knock- changed from Miami to that point convinced. A delightful dressing. : UF"M" Who Care \
We note in the On Key Largo rail laying is '
current news of the progressIng For sale by "Wl A. D"Alemberte drug
which Journal
puts a question The -
I down and drag-out Intervention until
state that. a,syrup. company, at ,Grand time had-been given' and rapidly and as soon as completedall gist and apothecary, or send lOc In FRANK_B,,GARDNER .Maat9er. Brent Building.
4- for one, would like to have an- Ridge, Fla. has made and divided reasonable material for use at points at the stamps for 6am ple'to The Herplclde r

- swered at the earliest- moment possible among its stockholders a profit of evil effort complained exhausted in of.'trying That.to however remedy lower end of the Island and beyond Co.. Detroit, Mfch.' .

: 30 per cent, on its operations for the
'WOuld not have been In accord with
-
iF :'\Us a matter of Information the past year. No details accompanied arrangements. made- beforehand, and : --

: Democrat. would like to knowif it the: Item that came un4er our observation th. country wag wait and see what -- I
I is: a fact that in the counties comprising but it is fair to Infer that the will be the outcome of the deliberate
.; toe drainage district, the candld statement was' correct The Times
overthrow of a new. retrabllc by thepreater
, s for the legislature In the recent has always' maintained that the manufacture one whlc should be an ex-
T Democratic primaries who favored of syrup on a commercial amplar for all tree .and-strnezlinspporrle. Plantation Chill Cure is Guarenliip
: draining the Everglades were scale would be profitable In any locality In the meantimelet us hope

Mch End every ore defeated by the In South Florida, provided it that it will not ,endhv the additionof
; voters of theIr; respective counties, was managed whit anything.like good another race problem to oar., already -

.M that ti-"cesaIl caJi Utes justness. sense.: There Qwdit to W overburdened counter., 'to -TO cure, or Money Refunded by Your, Merchant. So.Why:Mot Try It T -.ce. COo. RetelL

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CONTAINS ALL THE FASHIONS ;1 : ..
SOCIAL EVENTS Hurricane 'Wrecked
MANY .Side 4
NAVE BEEN OSTPON.ED. 7lz e Journal's Daily Fashion. atlfre' kr -4 f ;

Since the big storm the social side 1 Walks. and Wharves '
cf :a*: in :pensacola haw been rather ,' > STORES BY 4 1i[ k'r l
event which was' V* .y )- ,
lullea.rly) every PanamaiCity"Also +\{" t ti.
ju i ve occurred .during this week ,

,,3:; next, wag cancelled on account Suffers. r 1,;fI "Elikbejh'and Her German Garden"x ;
accidents which ha .
'Of f ie many Pen- .. ',. i. .
C3 homes here. Then there are so t IJ.

je> resident 'phones, working, that 'r The Williamsons >- !
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new picked up on the streets isttr \ ,The SL Andrews Buoy says: ,
., to verify. 'when the item regarding the tide :
J. ; i 1"41 :
o- course people are not expectedto was published in the Buoy last week, Bany Pain : i f.

dye rjeceptions, and teas, whenCe 1E .was supposed that. the maximum ,
stars can blink in at them through height was reached? but is soon trans- >. I' ..

''tlu roofs Qf their homes but this t Fated that the condition then was onlya i Harriet Prescott Spofford : I -

& !fof affairs is not going to last forecast of,what, was to.come;_ for _
!Ter long and as the wreckage due lilra Fani D.Fox early Wednesday'afternoon the tide
>lie
he storm disappears, so .will the
to again.began to rise and by Thursday
;jDttory'of.it, and Peasacola will be morning it."",as six or seven feet higher -

ierself again in asocial" as well. as -fSo; -oaued t*wanderingpains" may thanI that already reported and -J.

i easiness way. >_* T'I come from Its early stages or the parties who, were living here at the BUTTERIQK PATTERNS
Lil.1AM'S' \ pft'.senceof danger may be made manifest time say.It lacked only one or two l
P. J. WI I '
.MASTER :
byprofuse monthly period*,accem- Inches of "reaching the 'high-water t
For
CELEBRATES FIRST BIRTHDAY.. panted by unusual pain from the mark 'of":1887; while some insist thatit November i
Master I: Paul Joseph Williams, the abdomenthrough the groin add 'I
thighs. went higher than in that year.
hand!3IDe little son of Mr. and Mrs-- If yon have mysterious pains, if there At all events, iris-a fact that thousands Ten Gents and Fifteen .Cents "
Pat Williams, celebrated his first m
are indications of inflammation or displacement of dollars worth of propertywere
birthday last Wednesday, the ,fifth i Y secure a bottle of Lydia E.Pinkham's destroyed in St. Andrews and '
laswith a party at which there f
i Vegetable Compound right the Bay country. Et ry wharf in St. 1
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wtc twenty or thirty of his little yet away and begin iU use. -
deratroyed.F
Andrews was entirely or nearly
friends! present.Although Mrs.Pinkham. of Lynn, ,Mass.,will "
Of the sidewalk between thQBuo1' '
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Master Paul Is, not.a flu- hef advice if will write iw t'
give yon
you ,office and Brackin's store, nota NOW ON SALE HFI1MCBWS
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'em conver ntionalirt, as yet, he signified .. her about yovrself. She is the daugh ,
while the bulk of
rod is.left intact,
his great pleasure at this gathering ,..: ter-in-law of Lydia XL Pinkham. and f-- !
: in his honor, by kissing all theirs for twenty-five years has been advising It' is washed inland. ${
present and 'pulling the .boy sick women free,of charge. The water entered Brackin's store '
tar.: He was.also.very gratified for : : Dear lira Pink am>- in West End to the depth of two feet, &;

tit! many pretty little presents given ., '"I take the liberty to eqngratalate you on or more, and every man and boy ii : >
tim: and wanted to break them all. i : ,, Uu tuooeei I have had wife yqor wonderful that end of town spent the night SCHOOL BOOKS. .' ":}f" ;
tim l'( moving the goods to Mr. Brackin's
st one madteiM. Eighteen main periods
r ago my and School Supplies, Scholar Ce State, Pencil ,
Bag Strap soaaten.
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After the children had gone home. \ ,\ topped. Bbortir after I felt ell' and the young host bad been put toted I s mitted to a thorough physiciAn and was told that I bad a tumor School Supplies. l lCoe .
Mr. and Mrs. Williams entertain- T ,
> and would bsvs to imd/rgo an operation.M The water entered >some other .
Ed a few guests at supper. Those I Soon after I read one of rear adterdse* places of business, bat not to the extent B Boo: 1 l S-tore t' f: ;
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present were Miss Daisy Welch, Mr. WfttaanA Added to 1M Lydla K. Piak- of necessitating the removal of I < ..
and Mr;. K. Hual, Mr, E. Kerchoffer.Mr. n -- .. .. .. "'- .. 1I har&'s vegetable Cttnpmtnd a talaLfire A&V the goods. New Brent Building. Phone 235. {. ,_ ;
Ralph Davis, Captain Sikes and BotUas. directed, the tumor is -- :
Jno. R. Thompso&'s new wharf and -
Mrs. Sikes and Mr." PattI Tornoe,'who I Simple gown of figured taffeta or I and trimmed with a ruche of the plain elf p2ip.t! gone.saw H I bye says I bbaa tans touatnad no signs by of a a store house went down with a heavy Pensacola, Fla., October 7, 1906. -

i is: god-father" to the. baby' -of the foulard trimmed wfc curved strap: silk, in open cap style over a puff and tenor now. It sore wino brought my peri ds loss of freight and the building standsin .
lousehold. pings of plain ailk'\ to match. These: 1 fitted cuff of lace. The skirt was atoned once eta I am entirely the bay, a few feet north.
An'elegant ,was greatly en- w0"-F&1W. D. Fax 7 Ckeataut .
supper strappings outlined pieces of lace made with tucks around the .lower Street At the Buoy office the tide just
happy joyed, 'and returns little of Paul the 'day.wished- many., about the C upper part of the bodice,I.I part, with a ruche of plain silk set Bradford,Pa. reached the front door sill and the J. F. DAVIS, JEWELER z ,

+ the ''lace matching the pointed yoke above. The> upper 'part was tucked wind drove a little water .under the .
BROWDER-FRANCIS!:: and under sleeves. TBe bodice was. inthe centre of the_front and had an front door for a short distance, but Now (In
MARRIAGE OCCURED SUNDAY. tucked back and front to yoke dept inverted plait on each hip as will be no -damage. save the tearing' up of New Brent Building., ,23 S. Palafox St ,

and the sleeves were laid In very aeep omre' lucidly explained by a study of the sidewalk was experienced there. ..
took at
A Quiet home wedding place ON WAY :, >
the residence of :Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,folds .like tucks across the.upper parting the drawing. J I ISpec The Ware Merchantile Company'snew _,' t ;

Grant, number 413 East Cervantes wharf, recently completed at a PeI18&cola-tho first named being : i r
sunken in the bay with its load of iJ!
street, Sunday afternoon when Mrs. cost of over $1,000 is a wreck, save a ,
BOOKS
Vera Francis wedded to Mr.,John yesterday was with the Gadsden I cola, however as she is one of the span of a was :Methodist Church Society and members of Lodge number four Rath-- al.to Journal .
Browder, a popular 'railroad man "of Street i Jhe which, albthough submerged, was ed with St .Andrew' freight, aground .J" ;r
Gulfport, Miss. the two will alternate; The prayer bone Sisters and takes great interest: Boinfay, Oct j.- services are very interesting and in the work of. the lodge. of1 his sick considerable and top of her, .
Mrs. Francis, .Is the sister of Mrs. called'joX to rthe. bedside house in which' freight one on as reported ;
Grant,.and has many friends in Pen beneficial and a good' "attendance is brother in Alabama one day this wu..stored., which was more or- less here. Even if it be possible to repair of I call Boys particular: No attention well-balanced to my etoc-too) -':-I h'1::t.'
sacola. desired. f Mrs. John Beard and children and week:! damaged.A and float this vessel again It will win start with Shakespeare-etart hlri 1
the Miss Fannye Sullivant, Mrs ;Beard's Hou H. E. .Hlckman went to West few small boats were driven doubtless cost as much as It is worthto with Horatio Alger Jr. Henty. Coopetetc. .-f t:. ,' t.
midnight Mr. and train Mrs. Browder for Gnrfport left,'on Miss., The'1ittle.daughter'of-Mr. and Mrs. sister have returned from Suwannee, vllle one day this week, returning yes ashore, but-the loss thereby was not do so, and Capt.,Otway Ware"win These will keep them off the street 1! '1 :
I I Gus.Riss is reported quite ill. Tenn., and are at their home on the be Alcott >"
'where they will in future reside. terday. serious: a heavy loser. For Glrte: Louisa (Little Worn 1 :
i + bayshore. Master William Beard was books Martha Elsie books), r.i
The large saw mill of the,Sessoms- At. Panama City the new wharfwas en > Flndlaj ( .
fa Mr. and Mrs. H. G. DeSilva and interesting left at school at Suwannee,where he If you want the "Best Ever Made" Margaret Sydney (Pepper books), Mrs. ': i ,
The Journal Is receipt: of the fol- WhItted Co.t-,1s n arly !framed, washed away to the abutment and Francis Hodgson Barnett (Little Lord <;
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"'-, 7o5rins tevitati0n'from; >Company *3H I ., family, ..have"returned: from will finish'the term. Hon.- J. A. Hathaway went to'Weetnile It will cost .several hundred dollarsto get Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Faontieroy and others), eta ,1 ", i
of Marianna: pleasant' trip. They were.. absent one day this week. repair it; but the elements did not Absolutely pure goes twice as far and t 1
Company ":U" First Infantry. ,. I about'six weeks. Rev. W. Q.- Vreeland left last Friday The stoi'n141d not do much damagein stop' at Panama for practically every the "Blue Ribbon Flavor-< is perfect. according I: have aQ to these binding.at from roc to $LSO, J'I! j.

Florida State Troops,' > I to 'take charge of his church inLetington. and near Bonifay, that we have harl on all the arms of the Bay. waa Ask forthe Sic size. ." .J' J !
requests.the pleasure of your :Mr. and Mrs. W. J.' Forbes have re- Ky. Mr. Vreeland will be heard of. destroyed,. Many of my lOe paper backs are by I
company. THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR I4
standard andare
turned from, a. trip north.. authors good literature. :. .7
at the I greatly missed by his many friends in W. T. Bludworth came over from Tha fishermen from all the campscame BALL THURSDAY NIGHT, OCT. 11, .">' .
opening of their New Armory, Mrs. F. E. Bruce.and children have Pensacola,who wish him much success DeFuntak. .Springs Monday. In, as soon as they could get FOR THE BENEFIT .OF THE ,..f', ; 1. -t

at nine o'clock, on the evening of '. returned from Franklin- Tenn., where in his new.1' charge. County commissioners met Monday, her, and ''reported that all were STORM SUFFER RS. t >
T. HOWLAND
October the sixteenth they spent a pleasant summer.. MissM. Mr. and Mrs."J..O. Walker and.let. and adjourned Wednesday. driven out of their camps in the storm HARRY : 1
nineteen hundred and six, We see no reason why the U. S. and darkness. and while scarcely one ;. '
C. Day them home KITCHEN RESTAURANTIS
accompanied tie daughter Virginia have"returned KANDY Manager De Luna Book Flore: ...
Marianna, Florida mail should notcome,, through from escaped a heavy loss'Of fish and fishing "
f.
and will be .with Mrs. Bruce, per from visit .to Panacea Springs.., NOW OPENED. f
Dancing at ten and a half,o'clock. manently. a Pensacola at the same time a passenger tackle, fortunately, no loss of life De Luna St. '4: ,
Some of the pleasure of their -visit: does. That la, if a passenger is reported. J. W. Anderson's crew I The Kandy Kitchen's restaurant la '. I I"j
The Woman's Hcme Mission Society -! Mr. and Mrs. David Meade have returned however, was spoiled by the fleets ofPensacola's can leave Pensacola in the morningand came np from St Joseph Monday with now open, and those who want to I .t' ,
of the Palafox Street Church is: to the navy yard where they big storm, as the .springs arrive here the same morning', we twenty-two:barrels of fish. They report -.eat a good Juicy tender steak or ,,' -'

holding a week of prayer, which be--! will in future reside. Mrs. Meade were overflowed and the water madeso think that the mail should be broughtat a thrilling experience and that some fresh oysters, fish or anything L t
I gan yesterday'3:30 p.m. "Th .meet- will be 'a frequent visitor: to Pensa- salty that is was impossible to the same time. We get the Pen the property loss of the crews en- else in season, may find It there and
drink it. This state of affairs causeda sacola' Journal one day later than we camped there will amount to about prepared to the "queen's taste." The f?
good deal'of annoyance to resi should. $'00.; kitchen has been repaired, and is t

dents as well as visitors. The farmers are bringing in some But 'St Andrews Bay cannot complain now in first das order. The service

cotton tp market because of this visitation, for is better than It has ever been. Theyare
her
W. and -
Mrs. W. Bagley daughter. TheStorffl&ndRain
Luther BarbankOriginator Miss Nellie have returned from The county school board met Monday Irma -Pensacola, Mobile and other stUI serving hot rolla and eoffee !
early tn the xnonrftg.: The Sandy
I'
points west as far as Gulfport and .
and Rockford, DL, where
Chicago, is to New Orleans tale of death Kitchen elpectg to rTe food to the will be the of f
the summer months. The Bonifay high school begin ; comes a cause many a s ;
they spent
of forms of life next'Monday. destruction 'and terrible wreckage of public equal "in. quality and service .
( new plant. ,) I. cold which can be cured by -
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The children ,oI. The Confederacy Mrs. Wf H. Brett, Jr., and little son property the extent of which St. 'An to any restaurant anywhere.: ,

z will meet Wednesday afternoon at Martin went to Weetvffle' last. nightto rews. has no means of ascertaining.One Wounds, Bruises and Burns. the two following guaran _
four o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. visit relatives. fact Is clearly established that
By applying antiseptic dressingto I teed preparations at 25 cents
: Says; t S. A. Moreno, number 124 West Bel-- The county commissioners made an St Andrews BaY' In the direct trackof wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries s
mont. A good attendance is desired. order for b14s to build a pafl here. the storm, is the safest and best! before inflammation sets In each: For cold in the head- F FJacks 1-

David Williams".son of Reddin Wfl- harbor on the Gulf of Mexico. Had they may be healed without maturation Cold Tablets. Coug1iWhite _v ;
Mrs. Frank Tracey has Hams 'United States merchantman
'. --- returned died yesterday. The family every and in about one-third the time
from Boston, where she spent the have-.our sympathy. and war vessel been moored in our required by the old treatment Thisis Pine Expectorant. -1
: summer very pleasantly with "relatives land-locked harbor; not one need have discovery and triumphof '
"Too'much:starch' in our diet is a cause- of,no-end of and friends. suffered had proper guard been kept the modern greatest surgery. Chamberlain {:

trouble.)'' : Booth .. over them. Pain Balm acts on this same princi HOOTON'S PHARMACY :> I
.
Miss Ruby who ha been.vl. I ST. ANDREWS I Probably as great a loss as the Bay ple. It is an antiseptic and when applied -
"I believe that ill-balanced foods resulting im- Itlng her aunt Mrs: Askergreen, or : f country has sustained will be in the to such Injuries, causes them to .:
? Gouldlng, has returned to her homeIn schooners Lucy''H. and Cleopatra at heal very quickly. It also allays the The Birthplace of Prompt DelireryPhone 9 ,

nourishment are at the bottom of,the causes lead- Mobile and prevents t.
proper The Journal. pain and soreness any
Special to
:
1100. :1'
tuberculosis." iMfss Berta Hyer returned to her fit.Andrews Oct ft.-Jin. Rynear, danger of blood poisoning. Keep a i ii
ing up to borne'In Pensacola first of the ;week, son' and little daughter, Dorothy who bottle of Pain Balm in: your home ; : ..'

We eat quantities of white bread (starch) ,potatoes, after several weeks In tie city; ; guest have" beery Tisiting friends here for The'Best Is What We dl"NIfMPRE and it will save you time and money, 'i .-J' !j
of the Holdens.-MariannaTimes- the :past month left on Sunday for not to mention the inconvenience and "

(starch) pastry, (starch) wheat & oats, (starch) and Courier their'heme In Hammond, Ind. r suffering such injuries entail For 1 ;

;Capt U 3[. Ware left on) Wednes sale by an druggists-
wonder: why we run down and have bowel troubles. The many friends of Mrs. H. S. day :night with his new freighting IT COSTS With J. A. Wafref. JI1'I
Now
Chunn will regret that she is too schooner "Martha Ul11anfor Ptensacola ;
It's plain enough on thinking. leave the latter'part of this week.forAtlanta ,-. .Messrs. R. and T. Wilcox, Ray 'Miss Maggie McVay Is now with I ,

From too much starchy food the lower digestive wtere she will be Joined by mond Sheppard, Lewis Wright and C.L. J.win AWalkee be pleased book to store see her where Mends.she
her TO EAT
son Charles. From .
there Joyner
they go were passengers.Mr.
machinery wearies and fails to digest IL (Starch indigestion to their future home in Washington, A. JL Calhoun, Jr., and family She will and take periodicals.subseriptkns{ : She for desires magazines Hot Cakes Vj l :
D. C. after & several months' stay in St.
). Then the'partly digested starch lying' in the moist Andrew left on Sunday for their that her late fathoms lfatonfefrieads
GOOD call on her when, In. .need of anythingIn
BODY IS FOUNDON how,= tn Marianna. 'f
warm place in the bowels, naturally; !decays, gases arise silent T. H. Bheppard and family her line., With j ?
FT. McRAE BE
CHAnotherbollyno after a summer near caroms
Save returned 1
of bowels results -
and irritation the showing.in poor nourishment '
Chattanooga, Tens. GROCERIES We hereby take 'fhir method of

and various ails. What can you do"? Eat storm victim-has been doubt>found that on of the a Mrs. R*. M. Brackln and nephew, .thanking our: mane friends, the Catholic Maple Syrup tt'i '
Coaa. Nina who have been spendingsome Benevolent Association and Prof- J. 'I
Grape Nuts and Cream instead of bread, potatoes. pastry} Fort half McRae west,beach the, about fort. a It mile anda weeks at Hot Springs Art., at our store than it does Wyer's Band for.the kindness shown t
pt .
discovered
was '
wheat oats, etc., etc., because in Grape Nuts food the Sunday by"a" negro, named returned Mr. J. D.home Forester on) Sunday.was Joined by the other kind at other 1L at A.the Slmo.death: V of "our'. beloved- '- uncle. There's nothing quite so good

Hart, who resides on the lagoon west his family on last Wednesday and stores: We the Mr. SSUO. now as a plat of fine hot -t
starchy rts of wheat and barley have, 'in the process of of.the. light house, and he reported the ttey"are now occupying the Eeker carry 5TR3. BIBIAJ73C 'VIDAL 7 cakes with good butter and t ';

manufacture been transformed into-a form of sugar J perfectly matter to the army officers at-Fort property on Loraine avenue, which best, ,and ,sell them at genuine maple syrup.8WAN8DOWN r 'I
Barrancas.The! .
.
C Mr. .Forrester has purchased popular prices. PIANOS! PIANOS!, ;
body was :so badly mutilatedand e -
digestible. Piftrw embodies SSe ,
The Forbes
as many CAKE FLOUR
discolored l that It could not be Arrivals. features of superiority as any piano on ,:
is '-supply energy identified. The New LOQ CABIN' MAPLE SYRUP. i'
Starchy food demandedrby1: upper part of the the tton. i .
; clothing had worked Feet Mackerel Tb. 1. all that could t. desired by i ;
about Pig I
up the Ever
the but It should"'be so -1 ; see ; the moat critical mvcicUa. and hs bee
and to body prepared
'warmth neck and.the only other -
garment. rn
aCoffee Cranberries and Apple perfected to a very blf a degree. :
can make use/ofit without was what appeared to be a pair of Toper ? .The low prices and **sy enables on) -k t
that the human system _
I blue overalls.: The body was burled .Butter which tbeee piano* ar.80M.. an
.who wish to do so to use enE *.'
the .machinery. ,: on the beach.Pensacola E.'FOSSES CO. .f
overtaxing digestive. :: .. fIt I Look about. P. A. BE1'mIUX.I'8Gs&cda PIANO Arent. Sol Oahn & Co. ;

.. : r .,_'i. a Sunday School Council TecUt
There's a-Reason" for ,, .c. : ; '
r : the Pensacola comfort with Phone No. 178
.. Sunday School Council J; S thMt Corttf PtUfts u4 IUK I
I at the Young Men'g Christian Association THE. FANCY GROCERS, Is Now'Working. .;
Tuesday afternoon*' at four : I Phones f .
o'clock. An .teachers POSTUM"Ttee's Sol Calm & Co. I e.a
and ofccers of 116 SOUTH) PALAFOX 'ST.Pboae391 I '1>
the Sunday Schools Penaacola. ,
are
Nuts1 .
Move to Brent BulUtng.Aocfield "
G.rape. considered members of the, Council i Hewn." A Brent the architects now

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j ; W RNIN"GI! 1 I I -'An' : PAY RENT TOYOURSELF l '. CANTEDRed. : to Sell. -' I. .HowAb1Jat' That. c House. .... i J Jt




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Elegant Home 13 .y.. are **** :
-- '*" ,f O? iVt tng a good :
.i- 5; 'flemand for. all ; YouCant Rent?
I
I Be prepared for .1 the qe i 1 4. :We classes have of every property.facility .

FOR $2500.00. for handling property hix
.*v Own' 'your'nvn home.Hrs ; >r near Pensacola -to good ad- j
'SIX'ROOMS,' CORNER i JACKSON AND vantage. If- you care to sell. US 'RENT IT :
FOR
I Ia 'do it LET YOU.
.| cyclone by allowing .us to GUILLEMARDE STREETS JUST how ;you-can ; list '.yoirswith us, for quick sales.
ACROSS STREET SOUTH OFSOHOOL :
$100 down and.$15: a month I. :_ t
NO. 1. GAS, ELECTRfC LIGHTS, BATH; -Mon y to Lend. .J-- -

ALL MARKET MODERN.FOR .A'IF HOME YOU BETTER ARE IN THE LET buys a nice;;fProom, cottage, :

tornado policy on your d I US SHOW/THIS TO YOU. i In any amounts on approved real A large3 list desirable applicants
in i 'and .,
\ good neighborhood ,., estate security at lowest rates of Interest .1
and upon the shortest, notice. : are now on file with .
I
close to city f school. Location -:

etc Other Homes-For,'Sale. :: :; East Cervantes.ACT P Fire Tornado' Insurance. : us; and we can rent your

| ings, j '\ ,; -. I f I, :J houses atonce.PhOne \
: written in either of our eight companies
I. NOW. ; w. at all times procure for our clients ': ,;r or write us to calls 1.I

HOOTON & WATSON, -" $1200.00 Improved lots' that-are- very. the lowest possible rates.'I f- on you? for a Tornado, Plate- I

FIVE, ROOMS;'EAST STRONG. f Homeseekers. Glass Fire Insurance Pol
the or
desirable i in tall parts of
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I! Phone 54. i look desirab-e i. I(
l city. Should over our list of icy. .
: houses and lots before buying* 'Weave .
$1600.00. h some very attractive propositions tu -

.............. ........... .... ................... FIVE ROOMS, BATH AND GAS EAST -.r. and upon- terms that should .appeal to -

_ _ _ _ CERVANTES. -, yea, '. t !
McD vid-Hyer Company] HOOTON I
: WANTED. .5 \. ..: ,Call and See Us. ,
HELP WANTED. :,
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-- ,------- t Agents HawVo k "
$3500.00. \ : THE RENTAL AGENTS \
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: Good office boy. Scott M. -
WANTED Loftin. 14-% East Government St. 9octIVANTED WANTED dren.- want-A unfurnished young couple TEN ROOMS EAST GADSDEN. Life Insurance Company. .' :
rooms

-First-class carriage black. Journal.housekeeping. Address "A B, See our U.t.t6r others. 100 E. Government Street. : Real l. ste' Insurance and Loans \

: smith and woodwork Good position 5' ,
lor right max.. Address John G. Welsh. SMALL HOUSE or cottage by ', Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. L. S. Brown &Co .

Carriage Works. Pensacola. Fla. 9oct street.tenants. Address 222 West RETURNS RENTS COLLECTED MAD;. AND 'PROMPT ,, t No 37 ,S. _Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. :\


5VANTED-A good cook. Apply to Mrs St. MONEY ., WE SELrLOTS." .... ...........i.. ........... ...........,... J
Dr. R. C. White. 222 West Gregory WANTED.-.Gentle pony or horse. ,PLACED AT INTEREST ,ON
octXw'S be cheap. Apply at M. & O. REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES. '
tore, 323 South Palafox. Phone 918;: Thiesen Building -
-w: ANTED-A woman _to do houseworkand WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTN THE STORM .. .
care for two children. whQ go to
619 North Palafox. 9oct WANTED-Position as salesman PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU
chool. Apply
; by young man thoroughly EITHER. ,* i '
) North in city. Address B. B., Care >
WANTED competent nurse. 7tl
Palafox. St. 7oct WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY Has not affected the values ofReaI FOR SALE

WE CAN SELL IT.For Estate in this city $1.00.The buildngs ': PANAMA CITYFLORIDA
.WANTED-Young man about 18, to 'do WANTED, 'position as -and wharves that were destroyed'.
FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators., Apply
be correct at figures. '
work. Must
office
'for old
middle-aged
or
;Apply 'X." JournaL oct son,' by any a white woman age 25 Fire Insurance Placed in will be replaced by more snbstantial to"The Lewis Bear Co. loot '

Married four years, with one buildings. 'Pensacola has before It \
A.'n'ED-Nurse who will live ,on the First-Class Companies. I UTOMOBILE Sell or trade; nearlynew
must have the necessary mone the brightest fall of its future.. I have '
premises. Apply corner 12th avenue home, for which will give my made arrangements to take all the trade for and In good horse.condition, will sell.. or
and 13th street. '7oct3tWANTED tention to'their'wants. Address I a good Address J C.
"Home- aker." Care Journal. property offered below Its. market. Brashears. Milton Fla. '' loctirnFORSAI.EWindmujand'2tanks. I
-Good cook at 619 North Bay- value. If you are afraid of Pensacola I -- I (

len street. 6octlw WANTED-Position, as turpentine LESLIE BROOKS Real; Estate, bring H to me, I. will! buy] sell cheap if sold at once. Apply. Will to ,
old :
xuan
by an practical
THE PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeeping ', it from you.. : Mra. Glngles Cor. 10th avenue and 14th
woodsman
; Address "Woodsman .
want .
Magazine representatives streeU
: 6octlw*
both local and to traveL They pay very Journal, Pens cola. Fla. Real Estate In
liberal commissions and also give large Some'Money These. i FOR SALE-FIne well
grown Barred
cash prize For terms write giving WANTED First-class hat and Insurance. RocTT Cockerels. :March and April D'EP WATER PORt: RAILWAY\ TERMINAL i j .
hats made A quarter block lots NEW
references to Good Housekeeping. 'new. Cleaning. (5 ) cor 12th hatches SI.00 to $2.00; .hens 'last year's
Agency Dept.. Springfield, :Mass. 6oct2w and blockIng. Satisfaction street and 18th avenue, overlooking-I breeders $1.00 each. :Mrs. Lizzie B.
Panamas. 50c; Straws. 25c; Phone462. 112 S! Palafox. the'Bayou, of the": Hughes Chipley Fla. 27septlm I
WANTED good cook at Pearl Eagan Derbys. 25c. Victor--Lpuis, 100 E. one : highest points \
Orphanage, 17th street between 7th dencia street.. All come In. in New City. two blocks.from'car line,! FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber ON ..BEAUTtFUl.ST.ANDREWS BAY
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and 8th avenue 4oct: i very cheap at $110 ,; land. 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill t .
WANTED-My friends and 32-room hotel at a'bargain. Several .
WANTED good waiters know that I will,' in a few A block 300 feet front on,Bayou L good farms and town properties. II

Ko-wanted.' Afplr arog::Kandy" Kitchen%oct of home the permanently fall and winter in order k.to Sale Texar.touched by Beautiful the water shade and trees not-a wasn't single; Write- Gentry-- & tterl1nd, Chipley,23sept FJa. Panama: Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill machinery i


AGENTS WANTED to sell 'Ott's Oyster phone of work number on is pianos 1401. and My hop tree blown down.' One of the prettiest PANAMA CANAL EDITION of '; here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot j

Knives. For particulars write Peter C. dence, No. ,1320. 15th venue., .sites for a, residence ,ind'the safest Journal magnificently illustrated "Wagon: Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings t
Otto'.Biloxi. Miss. loctlw Cor. of 11th 'stlet.S Conrad : -. .,. In the citY of Pensacola $5,000.I I magazine containing scores of view? of :
"*.. -., ,. the city and harbor. For pale it all going Atlanta&St.. Andrews Bay' Ry. nearing
: up.
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I -
if ; book stores or at The Journal office. By
WANTED-With references fifteen good : Wanted. mall, 20.cents. the '. .. tI
Ilsept city. -
ioo.o. "
hustling, sober men to represent the WANTED-Board without rooms I -
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Planters' Live Stock Insurance Co. of vate family for man,' wife _- 42 A house
Thomasville Ga For particulars Address Must be close to business 'in good;neighborhood and I .
Pierre G. Russell. Tallahassee Fla. Reference dress with rates and full for 2 houses ontthe southeast: near /business t'4et'er:<< about I -- I
Capital City Bank Tallahassee, .1.. care Journal. '* *.* HOTELS.BROWN i

-- Fla. IC Sept. Imo. WANTED-All owners of cornerof: Strong and .pe Vil-L: .3000.List.- ;your. S .property: -/JJgf./. irith..me. for sale HOUSE-DeFuniak I GET: IN .ON THE GROUND FLOOR I.I I.( ...

WANTED once. white nurse for chil know that we are agents for tiers Sts. renting 'for $13'"amonth. < Springs.
brated Conker's I Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals;
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory..Sept 26.WAIVTED Poultry .
anteed to cure- cholera. J. + free bath and sample rooms. Special t
rupe
gape Write See"
: or
kill fleas lice. andmites.. : attention to traveling men. Rates J2.00

....uSf' eepI11g.-A colored:Jn:?: who'girl will to assist stay on In wonderful egg producer. .F. S.. : ", ; J. per day. J.- R* Brown Prop. -, -
W.
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Co. Bullock
premises preferred. Apply o-day before Phone No. 334. : ; 21&1&I jooo.for < ., Jr. HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open au'the' I I I

3 o'clock. at 108 North Barcelona. 25sept WANTED-At once, a' four or year. American and European plan. THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY \\

cottage. Must be close in and I an Artistic and up-to-date Real Estate ,and Mortgager Leans I Special summer rates. First-class in
WANTED-Young man. acquainted with neighborhood. Address 123, Cor. every respectPlea.sant and conven- .
: 6-roornand Government, .and DeLuna Sts. :Mrs. T. L.::
country who can furnish horse, to lid hall ient. Bowen. Prop., Pensa-
resent Toe Journal in Eacambia county.rep cottage; with 4 cola. Fla. Itap .......... ..... ........ .. .....e.. ..................

Apply at Once Journal office. 23sep R. R' CRITTE TEN wishes all modern conveniences Box173..Phone< 637S ..
municate with his S r > CHIPLEY. HOTEL Carl Setterlind,
T
brother.F.
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WANTED=-At _one several carrier t tenden who was last heard of in : West Chase street, on car :y ftf J Prop Special attention to commercial Advertisements.Notice than Sixty-Five Thousand $65,00000)
boys. Apply at this office. about 5 years ago. Any one travelers. Free sample anct bath rooms. Legal Dollars. (
line. with
heard of Mr. Crittenden would do : Large rooms godd. beds. n.ooper Sec. 5. That this ordinance shall take
: Chipley. 'Fla. ..
FORSALETT" day. .n 12mchlm; .
by addressing :Mr. K. R. for PUblication-Department effect Immediately upon its adoption.See.
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Building No47. U. S. Navy ---r ---- rT-'J. ,- f ---- ,- BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European the Interior land office at Gainesville -6. That all ordinances and parts
; BOARD AND ROOMS. of ordinances In herewith be and
conflict
FOR SALE-Boat suitable for freight. plan. ,Rooms light and clean. FIa., Sept. 10. 1901. Notice is hereby
:- Money to loan at lowest market rate- passengers or towing. Length 66 feet Transient trade solicited. 675-579 South given that Mrs. Rachel C. Irwin of Mary the. same are hereby repealed.Passed
: TWO NICELY furnished rooms to let WANTED-LIght delivery of interest. beam 18 draught,,* feet tonnage 29 Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau, Prop. Esther Fla., has filed notice of her intention Sept. 12, 1906.
Desirable location on West Hill: Apply dress .1. E. c., Care Journal. :Mortgages on real, estate in "this city-S tons lee\. 'two 25 horse-power to make final five-year proof in Approved: Sept 15, 1906.
P. O. Box 446. Soctlw bought and sold. :Murray & Tregurtha gsv/engfaies. Lauched HOTEL VERNON-Rates 12.00 per day. support of her claim. viz. Homestead Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS.
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TAILORING L. Diamond. All of* the Maxent. Tract West- of 'C" December; 1905: .,:Will deliver any Special rate by week. Special atten Entry No. 30852. made May 17, 1901. for C. E. MERRITT :Mayor. !
ROOMS FOR RENT-With! privilege of Gent's clothing cleaned pressed : street now for sale. where in state for J5,500. J. M. Rowley, tlon to traveling men. Free sample Lot 4Sectlon 12, ,Township 2 S, Range Clerk. (
light housekeeping: use of bath and paired on short notice. No. 11', West Patmbeach Fla. 7oct2w* room. :Mrs. J. P. Mauldln Prop.. Vernon. 24 W. and that said proof will be made
phones OB car line. Apply 900 East Jack Government St., Pensacola. Fla. Fla. before the clerk of the circuit court, at AN ORDINANCETo
; son. 7octlm SECX ND-HAND SAFE' for sale. use4 Pensacola. Fla. on October 29. 1906. She
WANTED-A. R. Bingham Fisher Real Estate Agency)P only one year. Address P. O. Box 492. names the following witnesses to prove
FOR RENT-Two connect g. furnished moving and hauling He W. S. Hooton, '12 I&tendencia.. 'oct I hey continuous reldence.J1pon. and cultivation Change the Names of Certain Streets
-: I'OO1U" suitable for light housekeeping all breakage. Phone 620. LOST. of. the land viz Asa Ward, of In the City of Pensacola.
in excellent neighborhood. line COLLECTION OF RENTS'SPECIALrv FOR SALE-Four Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council
near car A room Tiouse in 'good Mary Esther. FUu, John R. Wright; of .
and in walking distance of business dis WANTED-Carriages repaired condition corner Main street and First Mary Esther Fla. T. C. Brooks of Mary of the City of Pensacola.Section
trict. Ring phone 663. 7octlw painted; floats built to order; ; .. avenue; also country place, southeast partof STRAYED from my residence on Bay Esther. Fla.. Sam Z. Gonzalez Pensa- 1. That the following change
shoeing a specialty. J. G. Myrtle Grove, 27 acres of land, well shore a red and white spotted Jerseycow. cola Fla. W. G. Robinson Register. 18s to the names of streets as they appeal
NICELY FURNISHED room. with board, riage Co. : Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox SI I. wooded. ,Address Thomas F..Suare Box named Betsy. Reward for return. upon the map drawn by Davidson and
electric lights, gas bath phone and all I.S 43, R. F. D. No. 1. 3octlw Max L. Bear. 9oct PROPOSALS wfll be received at the Bureau Lee and copyrighted by T. C. Watson &
modern Co.. in 1902, and as adopted by ordinance,
conveniences. :Mrs. H. H. Hallmark
The Merchants .
WANTED Of
: Supplies and Accounts Navy
ninth (9th) day of May,
liZ, West Chase. Phone 1163.6octlw. LOST>-Gold eyeglasses and chatn Re- passed on the
wants your moving and FOR SALE CHEAP Almost new Hehleri Department Washington, D. C., until 10 1906 and approved on the eleventh (lit!
: breakage guaranteed T. B. MISCELLANEOUS.TARRANCE & Sons' piano In handsome rosewood turnto" John Colums 212 West Gadsden o'clock a. m October 23, 1906 and pub- day of May. 1906. be and .are here:*
Proprietor- Phone 978. .. case. A bargain. Piano can be seen street. 9octlt licly opened immediately thereafter, to made, viz:
FAMILY OF TWO on North Hill will by calling at the Randy Kitchen. Soct. furnish at the navy yard Pensacola. FUu.a "Park street," extending from Tw !'
take refined couple to board or rent two & ADAIR.'. Livery De' STRAYED front premiss ,a small curly quantity of naval supplies as follows: tieth to Bayou Texar, shall U
connecting rooms to gentle WANTED-All kinds of Funiak single double ,. white poodle. Answers to name of"Tuffy. Sch. 17C Creosoted avenue
up-syalre ; or teams nigh FOR SALE-At bargain payingFurnl: ; yellow pine plank and street."
: I sell all kinds of electrical known as "MalJory
men. Address. Home, Care Journal. and Other electrical or day; new rigs, good service, polite ture business at 138 E. .Intendencia St. Return, for' reward, to 27 East piles, bar steel. etc.-5h. 177; Grindstone "Palm street" extending from Bona
4octlwITHREE need me ring. 345 or supplies.955 E "W. drivers.. Give us a trial. .hone 5J.Soctlm.. Address Box 32$.'Clty", loot Gregory street. Soctlw rivet forges, air tubing, oakum. etc.. street to Bayou Texar shall be known U
.
:: New Star Laundry,Bldg. H. : -Sch. 178. Wire railing steam pumps "Twentieth avenue."
FURNISHED ROOMS for light FOR SALE-Several:,tracts virgin pine LOST"; -Black and white setter puppy bar steeL! Applications for proposals Palf street," extending from BGII l
housekeeping. Apply 207 North Reus. REMOVAL NOTICE fc. I,. Herring: timber. Turpentine places and saw bitch four months old. Reward for should designate the schedules desired by street to Bayou Texar shall be known u"Escambia
4octlw 'y'TED-Second-hand S sacks of whose wagon and repair shop at 13;5 mills in operation. Also excellent traCt.of return to TfW K. Hyer Jr. Z9sept number Blank proposals will be furnished avenue." .
wanted If .
scriptiotis out of t r East Intendencia St.. was destroyed wil eturnpage. Turner & upon application to the "
Aymard. Real navy pay
: ,
from -
"Texar avenue, extending >: *'
tWO FURNISHEDor unfurnished them to as; if in town, ring us i.p re-open at 214 East Intendencla abou Estate Azents. Box 115, DeFuniak LOST-Bunch 'of keys on train passing office Pensacola. Pta,. or to the Bureau, teenth avenue to Liberty street, and U.)-
rooms for rent for light housekeeping 314 or bring them to us at October 8. -, septlOd S Springs P1*. 20Juls Flomaton. Saturday, 5 p. m., for Mobile H. T. B. }HARRIS Paymaster-General street,.
ert extending from Texar -
Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. ( ) avenue
tag marked
with key
"Neptune
Phone U. S. N.
1102. or apply room: 3, 204H Southa.1afOJL '-%o-06. ; 2-Soct
._ ; to Bayou Texar shall be known is
Co.
|> 2octlwFOR. : : DRAWINGS all kinds HulL-..Englce.! FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam Buckner; Asheville N. C. on one side "Nineteenth "
Patent Office,-machine and misc. made engine steam and a Shriner's emblem on reverse side. avenue
drying room moulds, AN ORDINANCETo I "Brent street," in Pettersen's A REJoi"T-One or two newly furnisueJ at reasonable rates- Patentable ideas de- and everyCrlngcom lete-'for carrying Finder please return to Box 48, Asheville.
on be known
front rooms, southern! exposure; withtfrtvilege MONEY TO veioped Sail boats launches. Address business together with the finest bed of N. c.. or Care Journal, Pensacola Fla, Provide For the Erection of a City shall as "Watson" street7"Bessemer ,
of phone Wo.. 1308. Location w.e. McGowan.Pensacola.,'FI ,;> eptlm pottery clay In Escambia county. Located and get reward. -, Hall Building: In the City of Pensacola. the City! of street Pensacola., In the water f p' .tot .
according (c-
Desirable and near business center. 422 right in the city. Apply to or address Be it ordained by the Mayor.and Council
official map thereof shall be known "
,W. Gregory. 21septlm MONEY LOAlIo'"ED'on' real MATTRESSES.'RENOVATED-New tick] R. P. Reese. 16septf of the City of Pensacola: "B street."
furnished If desired. Guaranteed.. Section 1.That the City hail buildIng -
7. personal property on short Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave Pensacola St. Andrews for the City of Pensacola shall be The street Immediately north of 21s':r
FOR RENT-Rooms chetxp; real newly Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 2SU 25c PURCHASES the receipt for the finest ; and street and extending westerly to f.:*
clean furnished rooms sultab'e! for Palafox St. Phone 1144., orders.' at Watson Parker. &- Reese-. Co3.scpt7. I. of cosmetics. Box 338, City. erected and constructed according to city limits shall be known as "Tur.j
Gulf plans and therefor
Co. specifications preparedby
light housekeeping on the hilL. Location S ZJseptlmo: Steamship street. .
high and healthy.\ Clbs Frederick Ansfeld, architect, recommended -
to car line. I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY "TOUJ
atreetshall: be known m
Privilege of phone and gba. Apply 314 ILtrong. per cent-If you have any F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well drillers FOR SALE Nice farm of 20 acres. For ,W.STEAMER G. TARPON. by the board of bond trustees of "Leonard g street. .
Phone 1213. for mills and BARROW Matter. the City of Pensacola, and heretofore approved -
lOaug want Interest on, see me about saw turpentine stills information Inquire of Chas L'Orange. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER "Sierra street" shall be known 's
will be absolutely safe on real especially. Geneva. Ala.. and Gracevllle West Jackson St. No. 151%, Pensacola. FREIGHT SERVICE. AND by this council. : and as provided "Stoddart street"
cELT FURNISHED Booms for rent security. Leslie E. Brooks. Fla. Prepared to put wells from4 to 1.2 12septlm in the contract fer the construction of "Job "
-Between- street ehall known U
with or without board. Transients so- inches diameter and from JOoto )coo fee'depth. said building entered into on the 25th "'Yonce be

t r1cited. Phone, gas and bath. No. X.Talafox. :MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody .. Satisfaction' guaranteed. IZjneJni! FOR-SALE barroom and all fixture. PENSACOLA CARRABEULE.MOBILE. APALACHICO-ST AN day H. Turner of July.and-iCed,the by said mjM between board of Charles bond Sec. 2..treet.That an ordinances and parts
13septlmEDUCATIONAL. money from Jno. A. Hall & pool and billHrd tables etc. In t.d
-a Tint DREWS. MILLVILLC. of ordinances in. conflict herewith be
E. G .Government St. When in NOTICE-Having installed machines fo.thfe r location. At a bargain U sold at once. I And air points on St. Andrews Bay Car City trustees of ,Pensacola.acting for which and .behalf said of the the sane are hereby repealed.
manufacture of galvanised contract is
Ion us.MONEY iron Address box 103 City Siasy rabelle and Apatachlcela.SCHEDULE. Sec 4.That: this ordinance shan 'ceffect ;'
cornice. skylights cornice gutter, circa. hereby ratified and approved and the and
:! LOANED:! on all kinds" lar mouldings etc. I am now prepared t..0 ; I Leaves Pensacola Sunday, 8 30 mayor Is hereby authorized' and directed Immediately upon its adoption
FOR SALE-Four
good p. ru. approvaL
schooners suitable
to In the execution-
sonal property on short notice. do sheet metal work of all kinds on anornotice. t for Mobile. Ala. join eaidcontract
for lake. sound and river. Ad- for and behalf of the of Passed Sept. 1!, 1906.
.1. Satisfactionassured. on City Pensa.
-t easy. B. Gray &. Co. 2V.. Estimate dress "M," care JournaL Leave Pen acola. Tuesday, 8:30 p. ra. Approved Sept. 15. 1906.
MISS PATTI, HOLDEN announces that Phone 1165. cheerfully given on work in or outside the 21aug for St.-Andrews. Millvllle, Apalachicola cola. That the actual 'construction of C .
Chas. B. Vetter IS W. said building shall be commenced within .Attest CHAS. H. BLISS
: her aonool win not open until next city. -brtendenCj.L.Phone FOR S.ALE-Good Carrabelle and intermediate points..
: October 8, when she win be UNLIMITED, amount of.money 69$.: 25raaylin out; one ten ft mowing self machine all, 6 ft. I I For additional Information apply to ten (10) days after the adoption of this C. E. MERRITT May"City
Clerk.
dump steer
c glad tofe&tve her pupils at No. 9 West on all kinds of personal I v I J. SAUNDERS, ordinance, or as soon thereafter as the .
Jackson Btreet. Soctlw clal rates tQ business men on ; | J. H. PORTER saflmakeri .71S_ South bay rake; one %- ection all steel harrow: i E .R. COBB President. board of bond trustees with the approvalof
loans. The New York Loan Co. \ Palafox street. Orders taken for tents two hot blast heating stoves. bum coal General- Frt. and Pasav AgU Pen. the council, may determine. '
1 .ias. IOU BARTON MASON wiD open South PalafOL' awnings. camp stools and house cot or wood; one tank force pump. capacity sacola. Fla. Sec. 2. That the proposed contract of
a school of Saorthaad and 'l7 ewrtting. etc. Prices reasonable. 31ja- 1 bbl, per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; I Frederick Ausfeld architect. with the DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
4 October 10. Apply either at -a14 s. Al- TROS PEBLEY-Real Estate and one twenty-Inch foot power tinner'sshea.r City of Pensacola. dated 25th day of
;. cardS Ot.Typewriter Exchange 313 Up-stairs corner Palafox and SHIP CHANDLERS: -McKinsie: Oerting ;, 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine July. 1906. and submitted by the boardof
Brent b1t ilding.HISS 2ocUm. Sts. & Co.. wholesale and retail ship 'chand- double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar- GA. FLA. &ALA. RY. bond trustees for the approval of this
lers and grocers. Only first-class house 11& repeating rifle 3-calbre. G E. Bard council be and _the same ,is hereby approved .
GEORGIA SENSIBA.. graduate of of kind in city. Fair prices to alL. shar. Bluff Sprlngs,1pa. 26 Sept 1m. CAPITOL .ROUTE--SHORT LINE : and t1e mayor and the board of _
Knox: College. UlinoU and Ferris ,- bond trustees of the City of Pensacolaare
; ){fch., FOUND. CARRIAGES repaired arrepainted.. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta authorized
Kindergarten College will open FOR SALE-stop; Consider not the price: hereby and directed to D
Kindergarten and Primary SchooL October Floats built to .order. Horse shoeing but the profit that you'H gain by the f --Ga. execute the 'came for ]Caai) on behalf' of T. G. YATES, M. ,
I, at her borne 212 west Gregory FOUND-Pair. gold-rimmed a.speclaltyn Welsh ,Carriage. Com purchase of 6.500 acres of land in a body 1 said city. _
street. Terms $3.00 per month. 25seplm. Palafox street.: last week pan). 27feb for 90000. Best farming lane in Jackson ROUTE. YOUR FREIGHT Sec. S. That the:'said. Frederick AusfeW. -
j redeem property by calling I ? County Florida. Over 300 settlers on body to' architect. and his representatives Optician.
,PRIVATE SCHOOL-Misa Belle Whiting saloon. on MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie I- of land. and that means 300 farms, payIng as is provided in,the aforesaid contract -
Cor.Palafox Southwest Ge
will open her private school, at No. IFrledman'a I Mlms Proprietor; Furniture repairing I. on average of COO ibs. of lint cotton to rgia and West shall have charge of'the- construction of 306 Thiesen Building.
'i October JL of all kinds carpets laid, furniture k the farm. S '
(tl N. Spring street Tuition Partly fenced with wire. The Florida. said building and of the work Incident
t. $3.00? per month. ISseptlm i j FOUND-.Pocketbook containing packed for shipping. Phone 65.Next plot contains the large Blue Spring bette: thereto but the board of public works
} change. Owner dUI have same I to Tampa Janding. ttapril wnWeJh lcergMoss Spring of West $ Via shall under such instruction as maybe
I jing property-*nd paying for AND Fla. watered and timbered for Steamer Lines Carrabelle I gives from time to time by ordInance' Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. sr"ullt.
MATTRESSES FURNITUREMattresses
plantation and othet nse. For reference, resolution of the council,
at 7
Enquire Zest Intendencia St. supervise the BLOUNT
: FOR RENT. I made to order; old ones etc.. r refer you to lion. W. H Milton Fla. actual construction of.all said.work. I AUSFIELD
ta reno\ated. New ticks furnished. S o- President and Cashier of the Firs National 1 Sec. 4To the end and for the *
ond hand furniture bought and sold. purpose 'Architects
Up Bank at Marianna Fla. A. Pnrdee and I of defraying ill expenses

FOR RENT-Some nice stores on East I BARBER SHOPS.MILTON !I holstering Belmont St.and city.repairing. Phone done T71. 114 Davis E. Real and Estate published agent of, counselor the West at Florida law. editor Ba- GA.,,PLAALA.. RY. with the construction of sail nnected city hall 312-314 Brent Bid;.. 43 MOles Bt, '*a:'
herein Montgomery
building as Penaacola'FIa.
-- Government street; cheap rent. Thea t MfgCo..... c.. T. Das45s.Mgr. -* galL Box 224 Marianna. Fla. provided not includIng .
Fisher Real ,Estate Agency. ljuly -- Septlm Low rates, quick service, to Tallaha the purchase of the building'cite the
: i see and Qalncy' Fla.. Balnbrldge.Arlington board of bond trustees.hereby,
When ; author
Tlstting here H. ALFMAN Tin. "Copper :and Sheet FOR SALEOnedwelling, 202 East and Cuthbert Ga. WM. A. BORMANS,
FOR: RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage tonsorial work done by Ira, .! Iron Worker; cornice work and sky Church street If ized: to expend -out-of the proceeds of'the I
bought at
room for rent, suitable for furniture ing street. opposite jail. 'lights a specialty;roofing, guttering'and be had cheap;. C. L.once can For Rates Information write to recent issue of four and one-half (4 H) Architect and Superintendent
'I. Apply :
4 .*or other goods. 104 and 10$ South Tar hats cleaned and repaired. repairing.. 315 South'Palafox St. Phone butcher shop. Intendencla McVoy7 ,.. J. H. :c\VILLIAMS per cent.: bonds issued. for the porno**_of
street. Phone (39.>> .t3.; corner and purchasing a _site and constructing Office 301 Brent Building.
to hotels. Phone a 131
JI'IIPDa $ SjunalmV -
*-;. > arc.lna., :. ;...L. ', RUg i a, .F. .& P.: A. Balnbridge. Ga. hall building ,not"more.In the aggregate PensacolaFl..
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In: terldeo to master.
:=- Suit Against. Alfred StClairAbrams Cleared.

Florida and Alabama Nooch VI Swed blt. Anderson,.12 O.
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for Rio Janeiro. with 925,433 s ft lum

lAND COMPANY Taylor. ber. 4.
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I Manufacturers of August Belmont; Br. ss, Clarke, f
and Dealers In 2967, Newcastle on Tyne' to Gulf For beer will
The JacksonylUe Industrial Record : common -usually- buy
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II LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- ; Transit Co.Aiminister. ., t z
OLES AND KILN-DRIED ,SAP. says; Br ss; Spink, 1231. Havana .
!Before Justice I. I.. Farris yesterday master.. -
morning former Govi W. S. Jennings Belle Isle French ss, LeBarr Schlitz beer if ,ask for it. The purity '
I filed a suIt. for criminal libel 1354, Cotte to.iuf Transit Co. ; you <
against Alfred St. Clairi+ AUrams ot Degama, Br sa, Keene, *2245, New F
COIFEEIWe Tavares, and A. K. Taylor, of Jack- Orleans 'to A. A. Brown & Co. '
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sonville. E. 'O- Saltmarsh. Br ss, Rogers C costs you nothing yet :it costs us more than '
i "'The charge of criminal libel Is bas. 2319, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co, < r
ed upon an article! .wfrlchappeared in Ibex Br. as. Rinks, ,1T29.. Hamburgto
: are the f/oneer the TavareS Herald September 24, order. \. '-
e Coffee Roasters of together with a cartoon, which former Ida, Aust ss, Hreglich, 5093, New \. .if half the cost of our brewing. .
GOT. Jeonlng alleges Is false ma.- Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .. 4
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: West'Florida.. .. Hcioas and sctadakms criminal libeL Kirkstall' Br ss, Hinde, Colon\ to i ; ;: "i.l./; ,. .
The cartoon which covered the upper master. 'I / ,. ;.'; '
i .4 half of the front page on the Tugela. Br. ss, Nicholl. 2141. Car- :f* '] (l .
Tavares Heraldpictures ex-Gov. Jen. dlfl to H. Baars & Co. > I ,< Z McHUGWSBLENDShave nings In tattered clothing speaking Vldar.Nor as. Aruesen,,1084, Suguala I Purity means healthfulness-freedom
before the legislature of 189'. with Grande. to HShyert' Bros., i ,
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the speaker In his box saying: "As I
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you.are a good? old-'atraightout,' rye Avantl Nor, ship, Anderson. 'IMS, ',
M Atrial worked) It to let .you.01t for' 1000. London to order.Ferreira i t,'. ; from germs.It means a clean beer filtered _
a will convince the'connoisseur The audience'is plct.uredu.ying: : :Pprt.shlp, Barroe,:BOfi., LU-, ; ,
'M ", u.are.poor- *he' poor st.l specimen$ bon to master \-: : : -' /. : -- f '_
that we of man I have erer seen." Canada, Br. ship Spurr. 2237, Bio .' j' .,
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The cartoon 'pictures.Got Jennings Janeiro 'to Pitch ,Pine Lumber Co. and "sterilized. It means an 'aged beer-- ,
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makt.no'.extravagant with his face toward the audience; la Ingrid, Nor. ship, flannel 1260, .
i claims : belled: "Sherman-; Jennings. saying Antwerp to Melt ,Oerting' & Co.; f ; I

f. + .. "Gentlemen;" I bare walkedriromBrooksville : Lena, Itai ship, Tassara. 4581, London .. "
,:: : to:;,'uhib1tmy personal. to order. .: I .*. aged uatil jt cannot cause iouS. '
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appearance toTau.ri11ch speaks pityingly Parka v
.e Wholesale and RetailGROCERS' of my poverty I am hungry.. .Afredo, Uruguayan bk :Maragas. .'. i;': .t:. 'I "
footsore, shoeless and ragged and 1 1 :. : # ., _
987, Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. 1- _...
las& itelief from; defaulting Ootttns' 133%. C; ;,"" "TL ..
: Alfliild Swed 3>k, Srensen, : [. mr
bond which I am on for $6Ooo-pit, Durban to master. Ask fa.fire lh'euJ "lof/JIIg.. .! : :E.' ,
me, gentlemen I am very- poor". Andrea. Nor bk, Quale 114, Durbanto "
eT and allrkmds of Feed Grounds For Suit. master. ... I Common beer is sometimes .substituted for'Schlitz.TV ... Scblftz (1E: ,
The light hand of cartoonplc> Avon ItaL bk, Ayegno., ,1477, Genoa bee r 1' .
that the cork &branded .
sttlfLPinto tares GOT. Jennings sitting In an-arm to master. T : moid-being imposed upon,see or crown ?:
T -V"* chair labeled "exOorvherman: Jennlngs" ,Campbell, Nor bk, Hanaken, '1100, .. .
-with "pa arg;jwojecting from SUvanger. to McK. Oerting *;.Co.CKacma .' I
: his coat pocket tebelei:;'fi' .(Hft bank Nor bk, Jorgensen, 657. I i. means f
+0a Water: stock"-. end he reading the follow Fleetwood to order. I s
ingr "430,000" stock Consolidated Hereford, Nr bk Jensen, '1830

.+: Naval picture Stores"in"labeled "Cousin'another, B l1"name fa hangIng A-' Rosario fielmdal.to order.Nor. bk, Hensea, .1254.I'' it I. ,, to-you. .: I

.+ Wholesale and Retail. on the wall afrlng.. "May be Hull to order.Ilumberto. .' I : ,
+ minister to the 'court of St. :James" Span. bk, 1111. Battle J "
+ and ex-Gov.) Jennings saying: "i Havana to order. .Ii \, .,
i mar not be able to' fool'an the people Isabel Browne, Ras bk; Lindquist,! tt t\
New Orleans Gmery all the time, but I've been able 1231. Hull master. 1
Z to fool a good many of 'em a good King Oscar' II, Nor bk,. Johnsen, { 21
many times. The cartoon picturesMr. 752, Rosario to 'A. Zelhis.'Lilla I I ; ''T.'.
Z Jas. McHugh Jennings leaning back In the Nor bk Aan'onsen, 1030,..Santos :.'': ; i ;
+ chair, resting his feet on a bag la -to. order=r -?? i "'Phone 18 '' d'j:'j, ,
T Phone.10S., Prop rlQtor. beled "Convict lease profits $," and Lluis, Uruguayan bk., Lopez, 700,I -
: at the' bottom of;the cartoon are the Havana to order The Lewis Bear Co.Main .,
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+ words.' "Before and after taking." Maria, Ger bk, French, 1022 Kings r' and Palafax Sts.;:, Pensacola t
+ Although the cartoon" bee's no Lynn to master. >1
Z DDUlrS name, It is alleged t.at Mr. Taylor .Nel1>01'e. Nor bk. GJerdsen, 1128. r
I.i'nDtd.- drew it. Feet London to A. Zelius. H;
t The story upon which the criminal Noach VI. swed,.bk. Burgfeldt,1260.. 4 { Y i '-
IIW largo book of pen libel proceedings Is band appears In Port Natal to-orde*.' r i
tI ficnlorso0 homeotsnaatortom treats- the Tavares Herald on the .editorial Olivari, liar:bX.Costa,,Genoa to 'or .
,Dr.' page'and Is headed "A Scandalous der. .'
I B..wooL B Administration" :Superb Nor, bk, UUcb; 1934, ,Ant- to i
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N Cure tN l't.1'ryor Article' Obect d'To. 7erp to A.'Zelius &: Co.
ta. Georllt _
r In the affidavit filed''and sworn to Schooners.Donna Th Made Milwaukee mous.
before Justice Farris ex-Gov. Jennings Christina, Am sen, ;McLeOd' } 1 ..
)(I) points out, the" 'followihg which appeared 165.,Belize to, master. <
. GULF CITY COFFEE CO in the Tavares Herald. Domlra, Brdsch-; Reddle, ,2001- ,St
ksrte "Florida has had good governors Lucle to master. -. -, .
,,H.".P. CHIPMAN, Manager. Indifferent governors and poor gov Freddie Heuck Am srb, Bryant. .............. ................. .................. J'.
nd ernors, but ,until William Sherman '475. Havana to' master. i'I .
Boasters Blenders and Shippers o! C "
Jennings became 'of estate W ]EI" ? ? j .
governor Hjalnuuv Am'sen, .Ael3em. 65, Tom- :
Fine CoffeesOUR of 'F1orl a there was never a pa to order.ICANDY < i '
scandal circulated affecting-ttle Integrity THE YEARS OF A MAN'S EARNING Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 i i a ...J
KITCHEN RESTAURANTIS
COFFEES ARE SOLO BY ALL of any -chief magistrate of this + ,
Pensacola Home
when the and Savings
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. state. We have had governors who NOW OPENED. per cent., I '
r have been criticised, assailed and Association will issue you paid-up stockbearing i ; ;
The: Kandy Kitchen's restaurant.Is h
their actlons'denounced. but we cannot
HICKSCAPUDINE recall' a'single-instance In which now open, and those who want to POWER ARE interest! at 5 per cent. per annum, pay- i .If;;' ; '.
! eat a good Juicy, tender steak or "
any report .were circulated charging able semiannually.H. .
of them with by his of some fresh oysters, fish or anythingelse : .".'
profiting
n.e1 any : in season, may find It there and H. G. A. QREENHUT, J. 8. Rene, R. M. CARY
fice. .It Is useless to'-deny' the char. President. Vlce.P..ld."t.. Treasurer. Secretary .
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::11n4 CURES acter of the'.reports that have been prepared to the,"queen's taste. .The And, to avoid dependence, a condition 5: that adds .misery Director*-H. G. DeSItva A. Greenhut, Knowlet Hyer, A. V. .if, -
and;are still in circulation. It wouldbe kitchen has been repaired, and:'Is Clubba, C. H. Dorr, O. E. .Maura, Sol Cahn. i n' _
& : ALL ACHES useless,to suppose that they have now in first class order. The serviceis to misfortune, money should be laid aside for the 43 South Palafox. "' !

''eo'T, AatI N..wuaeasTdslktdelk UdralsnsttaIce not'reached''the .ears, .William Sher better still serving than It,has hot ever rolls'been.and coffee Theyare days when, you cannot produce it. The first years of H

11)n) man"There Jennings.have been scandalous reports early in the morning. The Kandy 'man's life, must make provision for: the last. A practical -
Kitchen expects to serve food to.the
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of money monthly on account sensible .profitable way,accumulate. a reserve -
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in and
public equal quality serviceto
'.ea Coal Charcoal and money; of paid the to convict secure "the lease signing, and of of any, restaurant anywhere,:; fund-'for future ,years is to have: a bank, account City i of Pcnsacola Improvement Bonds. F ,

' the famous divorce' bilL "RJth the with us in our Savings Department Four per xent. Denomination 11,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January1st
ISd Woo truth 'of falsity-of these ''reports the PROPOSALS I 1936 Redeemable an. 1st, 1928. Interest Payable Seml-Annoally. .
people.of Florida area very much-con interest .paid. compounded semi annually.: _":.-__ WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN t
La Delivered anywhere in the cerned. 'ilr. .Jennings .ie' still taking .- AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
active part ,In the..affairs of this ,.. x
,- city. We can supply you in state. He is believed too be the pow.

,. any quantity and our serviceis er age behind echeme Gov ond, Broward'to have In been the the drain author For Discharge: and Custody The Peoples Bank of Pensacola, L

I, always prompt 'Phone of the constitutional amendment of the Cargo of Italian, .I 'FIRST'NATIONAI.BANK Pensacola, FJa
363. now sought too b& foisted upon the .
it people -of, .this'state.. He, is the attorney '
e Bark "Olivari : .,.
for the Broward-board' receiving .
ISa. E. G. SEWELL ,'It"13 saId, $5,000 per, annum'from Sealed bids win be received at the OF PE SACOLA. FtA.. I* HILTON OREENJ President' T. E.'WELLES. Vice-President y .
Cashier. t-
MANSFIELD MORENO Asst. Cashier. .
the funds of 'the 'state."Elth@r R. M. BUSHNELL '
STREET office of the Italian Consul at this port
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e N. TARRAQPNA this"man"has"1>een for years up to noon Friday the 12th Instant for Designated Depositary of the United.. .States. '
:I most outrageously- slandered or. libel discharging the entire cargo if necessary CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 1. ,:,
of 560,000superficial feet of South
S SCARRITT MORENO ed or he Is utterly unfit to hold any American lumber of' the Italian bark W. H. Knowles. President W. K. Hyar, Jr.. VIce-President and Cashier. of Fensacola, Florida.DIRECTORS. j. t I
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poslUon of:trust and confidence in the "Olivari. to 'Store the lumber on a. safe .Thos.: W, Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N.. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. i I.
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SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. State of Florida. He entered upon his and convenient.place protected from the Dlr ctort-F. C. Brent, W.A. Blount, W H. Knowles, W.., K.Hyer.Jr, t F .
Agent for Dlebold Safe and Lock Co., sun and weather damage aa far aa pos W. Wright Morris Bear, T. E. Welles, Rfx M. Robinson, 1. Hilton Grwru.A .
D O. Brent.C.
:Comparativelypoor .
Canton Ohio. duties "as governor a sible hold the entire cargo free of ex* : GENERAL BANKING. BUSINESS TRANSACTED. l; :
4s Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. man; when he left it, he Is credited pence!" to Master. Ow ers or Underwriters ,

: ... with being In affuence. Report until cargo of for is a reloaded period or rot otherwise to exceed disposed 90- : }
1a L gives him the ownership of-$30.000 of days. Contractor has preference should ;. .1
. stock in the Consolidated Naval cargo be reloaded, to deliver and reload F;;
Stores Company. $16,000 of stock In same at current delivery and tevedore JOHN PFEIFFER, Aul/,tent CuMtr. 4
rates of this port Bond will be S.CLLARN.Yke-PnsldutudCas )
required U i.W.ANDREWS.Auisiut CasUac.
of which he was one of the K. -s.
I the bank for the security of cargo and performance
WE GIVE vice-presidents for one year and with of contract. Right! reserved to're H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY
being possessed 'of other, thousands" ; ject any.and all bids. Y, COSTA.;Master. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK f ;1

all this within four-short years. ,

TO MEN; The Information Allegations.further alleges thou 'In the Tavares "Her 1d. r- OF rtH&MCQLA.; nIL Can fill'orders for<; lumber, Sash, doors, win- / Ii f

r The correct finish 'on their that ex-GoT"; 'Jennings' 'has' 'been ,accused Alfred St. .Clair Abrams was in the Opera House Building. dow Glass and all material T, : ;j ,,:
'of the following: city yesterday, a guest at.the Aragon)
shirts, collars 'and,cds that the' "Th'at'wheril he,was elected governor and was arrested by Constable W H. '.DESIGNATED. DEPOSITORY OF UNITED, STATES. We wont be able to make special work *. '.
particular and. well dressed he:was'86 poor that be'could only Herndon. A.- K.;Taylor .was-:also arrested .,. / ,
men appreclat Then too, by pay ohersixtlrpf what he"bwed as>e-: later by Constable Herndon. CAPITAL STOG $200.060. SURPLUS'16O.010: for a' few, !days. Send your orders. rF

our careful handling these 'articles rarity on> the State: treasury for the They, were both released--without going DIRECTORS. ) l t
r Collins bond and only"paid: onethirdof bond and will appear before 'Jus- : .' .. ..,
last longer. what he owned In the Brooksvllle- Uce I. L. .Farris, at 10 o'clock this Item) L, Covfnflton, Frank RetHy P. E. Browner, Phone 1L I; H. G. DeSILVA & CO. : < ,:
f bank..trouble, bill afterserving as morning for ji preliminary hearing J. M- Pfelffer I W. 8, Resaaco C. W. Lamar. "
The Star Steam I governor for your years.at a salary of The. following Is the State kIat un Bryan a wo4y T. F. (McGMrin, 4.R. $aeaders. n'
$3,500, he quit with. .handsome fortune der which the action is brought! A. M. Amy W. H. Milton. 0. I!. M cra, t J
variously estimated at from i"That any person who willfully states, W.L. C.Wthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah,' McNenzJeO rt2o9' .
Laundry $50I>00 to $100,000. -How. did. you get delivers or transmits by any' 'means /tlu"''cG.-I J' C. M Covthgton,* ,... E. Clark.. 1{'
It, governor-.:where did you get It?" whatever, to the editor .Titrate .". '
publisher
manager
Ul tUMQ apartment
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taxer fairest. year
37 E. Garden St Phone 114 Got..'Jepnitigs'sets forth, that. they or reporter of I_fct1'CtfUit SPECIAL NOTICED -
any'newspapers> *. Sa aaec6aa for ffia eonTiniene e". ouatdmers.. ---' !
thereknowing' the said .
then and magazine or periodical ; -
within this '
Pensacola Fia. ,1
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scandal falseAlfred.St; CIalr.Abrams and.A.. and libelous statement concerning?any C to "' CHA* 0. OUllNGER, MANAGER. _ct
EL Taylor? did unlawfully and maliciously person or corporation, and thereby''secures .. kinds r' f.
-- Is fully equipped to do all of wrecking work ;.1
draw,portray, write and put>> the actual .publication' fcf-the: .
l' lther."the Consignees Captain of the Ownersnor Aus- Ush and i.cause tube.written*, drawn, same shallupon convtctionitherof/be EL C-rllic'AND SUPPLY COMPANY with hydraulic dredge, clam shell dredge, hoisting apparatus Io, j

trian steamship '--Ida" win portrayed and' published of:and'concernlngJW -: punished by a"fine.not exceeding |500 \srreckirig and tugs. t
be responsible for debts contracted ; S. JennIngs,:.a-.false.-8C8n- Ot'> imprisonment exceedi&g/=one '1 W. BEOWELU, PRE AND MANAOtR. pumps
by the Crew of said libel 'Prepared to do an .leetrteal notice. RIDe shone. 170 and a Office Foot of Eslava Street, Mobile Ala.
dalous and malicious criminal, in
or by both fine : President
v*geL .HIEGLJCH .Capfc/ year and.toprtioa-. 'wpresentaUve'will -U. Vi T..BUweQ.. and :Manage, ZOS S. pylen ,
CALF TRANSIT.,. CplSf@ee. //' the'form of, picture. ; drawing or car. meat- la the f'-discretion of- the' court.1 .' street .. '
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PAZt14T: 'THE. PENSACOLA_ ,_ JOURNAL- TUESDAY. MO- RNINbCjT.OBER!: 9, 1908.lif -
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I Y. M. LA. 'NEi1aici1SCHOOL PasiPresentand "IBOlUTIOr t U T SUE, REIMS: 'Hawes' Celebrated! I,-,.(



A Stylish Future Paint $3.00 Hats L Li

H HIS.t .INMEXIcOIS STUPIN 0 OUS

The best "past" paint is the AT

paint which. ,has worn down' LH



IiriI; Raincoat OPENED ready the evenly need for of leaving repainting expensive the scrapingand without surface. I -o .'_: ,.... ..-t-":' O [R ,:-. fIGURE '. STONE'S.THEHABERDASHB H



Mburnmg-of vT I :* / ... -

Enrollment Not As'Large; As The best "present" paint is Pre Diaz, Mexican Consul AtThis Cooper Preparations. Have

is one of the most handsome the paint which applied with

5 and serviceable of 'Expected-Boys' Port. Calls Attention Become a.Leading:Topic.In ,
Prpar- least labor, covers the most surface i < II I
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garments. It; sjjeds) the atory Class to Start.J per gallon, and looks the II Present Conditions. Sti4ouis.: -

-i': rain and 'keeps you dry best when on '

and warm. These are' The best "future" paint is I / : 222 SOUTH PAUFOX
of the better kind and Thenight school .of, the young l The Mexican consul. at this port st. Lou t. :Oct. 8.-'The _nost inter- STREET
Men's Christian' Asociatkm" opened the paint :which lasts :without I Dn,Diaz has called the attention of esting feature of'the enormous sale

can be had at last night most auspiciously although cracking or peeling, affording I The Journal :to the following articlein of the Cooper preparations, cow going .
; editorial in this is what the-medicines
the enrollment ;was not as "Modem Mexico"-an on city;; :
large as expected. However, it Is protection for the greatest from the pen of an American writer are actually accomplishing among the. '
probable that-the attendance will In- number of'years. (Modern .Mexico Is published in New people of St..IA>uis. ,A.B.KIRSCHBAUM&CO'SiMl Kc
I crease as the benefits to be derived York) on the would-be revolution," At Ute commencement his visit
$10.00 to $3.00 'tom this excellent Institution. become Viewed in any of**sa ways labor troubles, miatreatement.'of for. here Mr. Cooper prophesied ,that during : '
more 'widely known: :. elgnere' etc. -which was to happenon the latter part!his stay he would ;
Of the various classes opened the National Holidays on Sept. receive' hundreds of callers daily .......,

Spanish seemed to be the most popular Fed .Sea, 15th and 16th, and upon which the who came simply 'jto thank him for
and In this branch the enrollment press of the United States'comment. what the preparations bad done. He .
was 'the largest This:class is Pure,WhI Lead. ed extensively: also stated that stomach trouble Is the Clothing
in charge of Mr. I. J. Diaz, a thorough Mexico's "Revolution" Over. foundation for a great;many diseases,,
scholar and uose ,anticipating taking Mto fcy tU Old Dutch FTOOCM' ) It' Is indeed: fortunate for Mexico and that nl*:New \Discovery, as it LJ Ii
THE JOHN WHITE STORE this course should see him at. that, the national holidays passed called would .prove very effective in It will take you quite awhile
once. without disturbances that eveu all cases of rheumatism;, _simply by to make a *eectc! ,
It'is possible that the boys preparatory mixed with Pure Linseed Oil is :offered a any shadow,of excuse for the getting the stomach in,working order. from, our assortment of '

class twill be commenced at an best Good painters all say so. damaging: reports of antigovernmentand That this prophecy has 'been fulfilled -: ; Klrschbaum clothIng v.
early date, 'as' it is expected that"'a anti-American uprising that have cannot .be doubted aftera: half We
Specialists in Men's andBoys' Wear sufficient number will _enter to war- Send for oar free book. It tells about been so generally circulated for several hour epent at' the young man's headquarters .. haY, so many beautiful' lUlU.

rant Us commencement.Next paints, thoroughly yet simply, and give months. It is now well: under listening. to :wfoat his callers v If you know anything about
Thursday night another session .test that have to say clothing at all, Klrsthb .
Phone 225 : yon for paint purity. stood that most of the stories um'
: 205-207 S. will be
PALAFOX held and
all'taose who
-IA. to
were_printed the United States, as reporter who'wa.t.ched ascertain will catch your eye. RC
desire to take any of the courses NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY well as inflammatory literature to ,- if possible some light on: the

which ,are to bs taught should enroll CIa. Art sad IOthS*.. St. Louis ... some extent In Mexico,. emanted reasons for 'the immensity of Cooper's Come In and

their names at once j I from the little band of revolutionaryexiles success Interviewed about twentof -...,,
For sale by first claw dealers. i rt
GLASS that has had headquarters' his callers: yesterday afternoon.. The
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> AND GLAZING.E. St, Louis,Mo, for'several years. stUeIn: ,mad ,by those seen 'Indicate See Them.
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njIV !.needhav e nO terrors for youif .' B. WELLS, 10 E. INTENDENCIA.BAGDAD I These men.have.no organization and that physicians who: claim that 1
z WASH i substantial following In Mexico, Cooper is merely'a passing' fad;;have *.Whethr
send __ .
AT yU your ,yiaShmg to you are ready for
II !Their present campaign has been not looked Into the facts.:
., CUTTERINDOMS you'! suit .or not.. It orI
Some of the statements follOws win ft
The New Method Laundry_ iwithoutt1e.1eas1 hope on their part were as I
PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. .- UeiethodLundryBld. W. ROIIHA SI I I that they_could secure a following in. : Mrs.-!'Atma B. Hampton, Bring you good to look at them.

AGENTS WANTED. Mexico, .or accomplish any part of at 1422 Michigan 'avenue,- upon being

_r .the ambitious programme announced. questioned, mid: .: -
.. "' ... They are'_merely turbulent spirits "I have been troubled With'general
VOLUTEERSBut
Special The Journal. who hoped at most, to secure some debility weakness, dizziness, ,head WMtel .
_.Bagdad Oct. 8.-Mrs..Simpson, is :or" by makingtrou' ache sleeplessness and stomach.trouble Nix ttNc
measure revenge
; : ; ;; ;! going to move into. the hall and. ..,ble for. the Diaz government. This for over.-three years I bad trieda re
talks of
I More LightMore TradQfL Mrs.Oakland.Miss Edker keeping. Keen- boarders.is .moving downin their much they vicious have campaign accomplished has undoubtedly since- several number doctors of ,medicines but none'helped and visited me. I wt

: Bevels has arrived and will SERVICES ,injured Mexico and Mexican pro heard on all 'sides of !these Cooper .OUTFITTERS de
:Jects to no slight extent even tho Remedies and' decided .to try them. Se
'start with,her part of the school October "
i who 8a.ys that
L :the Injury be only temporary.It was Any one theyare"not
Tour Worth Your
15.Misses. Hooey's or Money Back.
t more trade means more ., i noticeable last month that any investors i wonderful medicines "does not know Sem
: : Mary and LUler Sellers returned I ,who have contemplated en- what they Are talking about/ After I ;
: profits. :More light is there- .. .
:: !.:I two weks home visit Sunday afternoon froma the Penrose and Fessen- tering this field decided to wait and need the first bottle I noticed a decided Received. In
River Falls and Just
fore at '
investment.
a good Let Florala. see what might possibly happen. With Improvement 1 have taken in
i install : den Are Rendering All ,the practical demonstration that the three bottle of the New Discovery andI Imported Macaroni Sweet OH, Cheeses
us a Mr. Adams has
electrician. moved dr
Dill
: Pickles Saner Kraut, Mackerel M
: Mexican' masses are not opposed to now feelas well as I-ever have.In
from Gait City to (Bagdad. He occupies Flab Pigs..Feet, Spanish Onions. Pilot
: house No. 14. -- .: 'Aid That Is Neces- the government or to foreigners, except my life, I Bleep and'eat as I have not Bread. French, Navy Bread. Everything
possibly in isolated and personal done for years, and I'am happier than fresh and new. bt
I. Gas Mrs. Chas. Kelley moved back to 3 the incoming flow of American I have been for a long tbme.. I have Witch Basel )100 per gallon.
<:
i Arc Lamp for S7.001: her old home in, Horala. Tuesday... ... ', cases ha
Mr. and Mrs.. Henderson moved saf3T"." .6' I, capital win undoubtedly. be come here to' .tha lk Mr: Cooper forwba.t'be Marine Grocery Company.V. ag
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promptly resumed. bis done for me.
I Pensacola Gas Company I. from week Roberson. .Point,' *!l to. Bagdad last 11. 't4' ; While' the revolutionary'handful in The statement of John Ehrndal, J.- VIDAL, Manager. id,

Mr. and Mrs.'Hanson left Wednesday ) Another revenue cutter, the Win- St.Louis/ have accomplished' their living- 927 N. '11th street, was as Re

: Phone '148. 24 and 27 E. Garden morning for Manistee Ala., much dom, yesterday volunteered to assistin purpose- to' the extent of alarming follows:. MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY as
Street. I to fee regret of their friends and relatives. .- the relief work, around Pensacola many people regarding the safety and *1 have Buffered with stomach trouble BY UFE ASSURANCE ta

..............9.._................... .... ........-..... but inasmuch as the Penrose and Fes- stability of this country they have and constipation for a year or so Incomes are maintained mortgage
_ _ Mr. Walter Salter has resigned his senden are rendering all service thatis not accomplished what they :considered When I ate I would have bloated protected> debts secured. undeTeipoei:! de
position In Capt, Rourke'g-store and necessary, the offer:'was deplined the. surest way of making trou- spells, sour stomach, fermentation, enterprises guarded, business reuier Ufto.
has accepted a,position in D. F. Wil- with thanks. The telegrams l profferIng ble on a large scale namely to bad taste in my mouth. IIi the morning ed safe investments given permane"
TALLAHASSEE ON liam's store at Milton the aid and the! '.ply are as follows bring about' difference, and possiblya was as tired as when I went to value and capital preserved A poUylln
Mr. Rogers of near Mobile, is visiting : conflict, ,between the Mexican and bed. I had a dull ]pain in the lower THE EQUITABLE does all this .
American governments. The cordial part of my back and had to get up and InOre-pl'Ovides for the family at
:
EDGE OF STORMContinued his family here. "Mobile Ala: Oct :8, 1906..
ter your death. Send us year name-
several in
Chairman Relief. Committee. Pensa good feeling existing between the times thenight I have pc
THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR cola Fla.: '. two nations rests upon too firm a almost taken one bottle of the New age and address.KNOWLES is
from-First Page BALL THURSDAYSNIGHT, OCT. 11, "Can revenue cutter"Wfndotn be of basis 'to be disturbed by a' few irre- Discoveryand' I am so wonderfully; BROS., insurance e-

two'political rumors that came from FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE any assistance iarelief, work account sponsible, agitators. Their effortsan Improved that I have come down,hereto ._- -- _. *<
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Hamilton county to 'the capital last STORM SUFFERERS. hurricane? Answer Mobile. plans are well understood on thank Mr. Cooper in person and'obtain -

seek, of'which, however Mr. Caldwell TL W. ,THOMPSON; both sides of the Rio Grande more of the medicine." OPERA HOUSETUESDAYOCTOBER 01
if, not the author. One was to the ,i "Captain TJ. S. R. C. S. Commanding.". The damage these exaggerated storica Another statements was made by n:;
effect IL' The : have accomplished is among the Miss Margaret Jordan, living at 210( t:
that Hon. a Palmer, the Reply. "
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stinguisned Lake City jurist mightbe OLIVE 1 I "Pensacola Fla. Oct. 8, 1906."Capt class,"of'small investors Mexican who are not Center street who'said: "I have been 9.
I "among those'who also ran"for'' R.V.. Thompson. S. R. C. S. well acquainted with conditions a sufferer with rheumatism'fatsever..
personally and have no direct al I p
THE GREAT 1OX. years. have tried many remedies,
governor in the next campaign. The __ Revenue Cutter Windom, Mobile alarming '
of disproving Klaw &
other Ala. means and have been treated bY'e.-number of Elanger to
was that Senator Frank Adamsis :
Has !been tried for years by men who Special to The JournaL reports. The natural result Is that physicians. Nothing: helped me in any
frfi
shaping his personal affairs so that "Many thanks for your kind offer. Present the Tremendous Success s
use their machines every hour in the Olive, Oct. Everybody is cordially they simply suspend Investments way and I despaired of finding relief. Music Play in Three Acts, by
day. and found to stand the hardest use he can enter'the race for ue United We are happy to say that we have most refutation CONAN. t,
the complete CEO. M
invited to attend the Pensacola pending I was In a general rundown condition
and do the best work.
States senate two years hence. I do the situation well In hand. Penrose
If jour typewriter got wet don try not know Palmer Bay Association which is to be held and other of the sensational stories. also, and bad some,stomach:trouble I o
to repair It, unless It Is a Fox. but trade Judge personally here beginning on Oct 25 and runningon government' vessels givingus _The danger now Is, that the groupof was told 4y friends of the CbopeT-rem- 45 'Minutes
It:In for nor do I know what foundation thereis all the aid
,. a new Fox that Is guaranteed necessary. Mexican terrorists in the United
to Oct. 28. edieg and decided to'ty some of them.I .
In writing for two years to do perfect for the rumors, but I certainly "J. tt.iSHERRILL. .
work and all free Mrs. J. H: Davis is States so pleased with the annoy purchased'some'of the'.
repairs New
You can see would be to on .the sick list. Discoyiery
glad Adams
Mr. ele "Chairman
see. Relief '{ .
both modelYisble and regular, price this week. *. { nmittee.The ance they have caused many legitimate medicine although It took me 1.t
l J100. by calling at 21 Brent Row. Also vated to the United, States senate if and their native from Broadway
enterprises
everything in sporting eoods. he desires it. He is one or the ablest Mr. C. L. Creighton made ,a flying -- NOTICE, three hours to do so, as the crowd was
men in public life'!' In Florida. visit to Pensacola.Friday last. Pensacola Electric... Company haveremoved country, will endeavor to continuethe so dense. This'was last.Thursday.: 'With Corinne. a Notable Cast and 1-
I Miss Minnon Jones will leave in a to temporary office. rooms. S25 senseless scare. As nothing serious was improved almost immediately.? Coaanesque Chorus. 1
One to 329 Brent
On The .building i
Judge."I September 16th, .
happened on
1 have continued -
to take this
short time for Pensacola, where. she J W. LEAKLET. wonderful )
will tell you. a story of Judge to move the > 20 WEEKS IN NEW YORK.
;. they will possibly try
will attend school. Manager. medicine and I am cow with- 30 WEEKS IN CHICAGO \
: Westcott that Mr. Davis did not tell The Olive school opened todaywlthMrs. > '=' date up January 1st. It is to be. out a sign of rheumatism. My general '
F. B. BRUCE. in his" sketch of him several weeks Gillian Nicklcs,as,principal I doubted '_bowever, that their cry ofwolf"'will bealtfc- if also :greatly Improved, and Under the business direction of Cohan
ago. The speaker was Cot Nat R. '* & Harris.
SAD 'WSVS'RECIDURE ''I again frighten many peo I have not felt, so wen for years. I ; ti
Walker of Wakulla county. "It is a ple. i
t would not have believed that there Price Entire Lower Floor, Balcony
NEW BRENT BUILDING. *- $1.50. \
true story too, he added. '. I :,Mexico Is certainly to be congratulated was a' medicine on earth that woulddo 75 cent and 100. Gallery, 50

.--- q-Juige,: Westcottwas a memberof T 'that no conflict as serious as- what this has done for rfe. ,I am cent
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_ the supreme court, and a very fine OLDPEOPLE: .. that'of the race riots in Pennsylvanialast so much happier that I .grateful to
man, but he would get on sprees. month occurred on September16th the man that has 'made "possible for
I On one occasion' when he was at St. for all the yellow stories would me to regain:my feeaJta,' He has'the
Theresa on (prolonged spree: a carriage MRS., D. M. SMITHERMAN NOTI. have :been justified.. If' this country most'wondcdful medicine"tjiat I know
_ 'was sent from Tallahassee to .**- had been so fortunate as to witness anything about. Did You Ever-
SHOES,1The bring him back. The'driver founi FlED. OF THE. ASSASSINATION. an armed conflict between citizens (Other statements -to.ken from those
him with two weeks growth of beard, 'HER' and federal troops of a certain colorof who had previously.'used the medicines -*
his clothing, soiled and his. hair unkempt : OF BROTHER: skin as was seen in Texas onlya seem to 'prove that-Cooper's sue Stand at t a Counter
altogether disreputable 'I.-
few weeks ago, it would have takena cess throughout. country: Is genu
looking object i
> long time to overcome such, an uncivilized : ine. -
"As he was retaining to Tallahassee Mrs. D M. Smitheraan residing on exhibition. Southern lynchIng -
along a lonely read he saw a.man East Jackson street:received the sad riots'"and serious labor troubles and note the customers i

ahead walking-with a' sack of' cornmeal intelligence yesterday of the death of 'even in stricken San Francisco, receive Diaz, who, has ruled Mexico with a as they call ;
slung on a stick over his shoji- her brother:, W. L. McCain who was but passing mention in the pressof strong hand for than
ic more a quarterof
der. The'man, was a typical cracker __ shot from ambush while riding .along the United' States and the idea a century, should.not have 'some for their favorite
named Powers. Tas! judge' sUll part- "ii the road about seven miles from Tal- that they 'are at all indicative of any enemies. Bat' tie: few walking delegates brands' of beer
ly drunk, -called to him to stop'they a. lassee, Ala.. Sunday., The assassinsof movement against the nation would who have arrived in Mexico to

Beacon Light approached a :creek that ran wvis Mr:'McCain, who was acting deputy f appear! redlculous t9.Americans. earn a living by trying to-..convince About: seven'out of
\ I across" the road. sheriff are at present unknown. The 'In Mexico these things' have not Mexican laborers ttat they are abused every ten will
'Do yen l now who I, am? he demanded : deceased was also a brother of Con- !hat>;ued to anything like the extent and the handful ol malcontents
t j, fiercely. .No;/ 'sir, I don't ductor G. C. McCain of the Street th ftney liave: .in the United States. who cannot live in: their own native
< know who you are/ the country man Railway Company. The Montgomery I and yet irresponsible threats that land area small and
'As the beacon. part have but
: light answered. 'Well, I'm, a b-rtgand-a '. Yr.: Advertiser of yesterday speaking they were-going to happen have- been small effect upon the busy.'millions ,Call for a
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shore the robber-(His appearance bore out the ,taken all too seriously.,
: on gides mark the 'assassination of.Mr. McCain said: of Mexico. There Ir more work in

iner into 'a"peaceful haven ,- statement-and'But I can't) dance I,want I don't yon know to dance.h3w.: The lifeless body of William L. Mexico is 'Passing through a periodof this big, undeveloped -country than Bottle of Red Heart.That's
'Well you've dance.if McCain of Montgomery, an acting labor evolution that at times results there are men here todayto do H, .
r of rest, so the Beacon don't I got to you deputy sheriff of Elznore county was ,In- Some friction between employers and more money is needed than the
am going to blow .
your'brainsout
"' Light'Sfioe a haven And he brandished NEED found by two negro',women early: yes: and -employed but a strong gOT- country contains. Foreign brains, energy
a dangerous-
terday morning on the public road .ernment and wise counsels have so and capital are 'necessary and because it is
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looking pistol.
of rest for tiredfeet.. Down: went th9 sack ,far promptly, settled serious difficulties. -
of meal and Powers seven miles from Tallassee on the any are welcomed by the enlightened lead and'suits the
i .They fit the: foot easily tesque performance, the began best a Imitation gro--:: VINOL Sistrunk place. c It Is impossible that Profirio ers. The results that theyv accomplish good,
To 2.11apVe&rances. '}lr. McCain are.,appreciated- : taste exact-
he.could. command of fancy dancing by the>mas es, popular
i and naturally ,;and_ cost; had ,ambnshed'and assassinated, who are provided with more work ', and sells for
.."Now probably by one ok lila avowed enemies and better pay more clothes to,wear ly, yet
only my good fellow/ said this
t ; .. modern Robin Hood 'that will do, :Because it contains! ,the'very of that 'community., The acting You Can TrustA and, .better homes to live in ,by reason 1''only: 1Q cents.
r needed .. deputy was shot side of their coming. .
inthe'
come and have a" drink with me.' elements to rebuild right witha _
He laid down his pistol on the stump tissues,' shot gun and", it, is believed that l A healthy stomach.with all ''kinds of -z I
and'replace
Three Dollars C'f a tree and took out his flask. wasting death must have been almost Instan- i good food for. it is then in proper THE PENSACOLA :JOURN -

"Powe'/j- snatched-up th* pIstol, feebleness with strength. taneous. It is presumed by his relatives condition'to ,extract all the strengthening ,A L, TUESDAY. MORNING;.

drew ,a bead of Judge Westcott and We return money if it fails to'benefit. vjiere_ that the killing occurred I and, life sustaining qualities but : OCTOBER9-1906.
1 said: "Now by Guinea you dance Saturday. Meagre details of thetragedy -. when it'U.weak,'conditions are reversed : The
L \ some!' The judge expostulated, entreated W. H WHITE & CO. reached Montgomery. Members .and'you_become weak and run Phone'No. 178 .

and offered bribes, but his of Mr. McCain's family who went to down. "* Is Now Working -
late victim was'obdurate. Dance.: ">.' FASTIDIOUS WOMEN. Tallassee. and returned Eere last night I : Lewis Bear Co.Wholesale

H. 0 ANSON 111 blow your brains out- and the consider Paxtine Toilet An&eptic with' thte remains .were unable to secure -Hostetter'sStomach SolCahn&Co.. .
judge danced.'Tfow wallow,' was the necessity in the'hygienic care of the any'' definite Information' of 'the '. '
', next command and he wallowed. person and for local I treatment of assassination owing to' the fact that : Bitters! Bargain. .t '

i CiSB CLOTHIER 'Now get up; I've a' good mind to feminine ills. As wash: cleansing, the killing occurrea out to the country makes"stomachs healthy without'fail, Low price for quick zalebaIfblo.k on Dealers,
r blow.your _brains out, anyhow-yours' germicidal deodorizing,-and- healing arid those who were conducting an Investigation thus,:curing/Poor Appetite, Indigestion -Me.. Eaat HIlL; 'A*, \\ CLTJBBS.

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carriage and go home I'1} keep this **at Druggists.. Sample free.: Address lasses at the hour the,train.for Montgomery : Ills. .T it to-day.. .;;:: :;_ ,
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