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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 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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; OF SQUARE MILES ed 'steel bridge ,across the Escambia decided to continue allowing the
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may at last be constructed. The Must Make Statements SERIOUS CONDITION THAT CAN :
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IF ,MEANS IS NOT DE I Board of County Commissioners last A communication from the state .
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TO DIVIDE CURRENT OF parties to operate a ferry 'at that that ,by direction of the governor he OFFICIALS TAKE FIRM STAND J ;:'

Ii RIVERA-. SEVERAL pont! decided, to have the represen-[was calling for reports each monthfrom
f -. tative of the Southern Bridge Com-{f the treasurers and tax collectors AND ENFORCE VAGRANCY LAW ;'I

ALREADDESTROYED. pany, of Birmingham;: who is'now ,in of each: county. These reports :
TO THE LETTER-LAW ON THE ,, .
the city, visit the point draw a planof he stated, must be made out In full. ---- "

a the proposed structure and submit and show not only the cash on hand,; SUBJECT. 'J'tI 'p; .'
:: .. '- an estimate of the cost of, c nstrnction. but the number 01 warrants issued
By Associated, Press I It Is believed that the bridge since" the last report the amounts k. f .'

ngton.: Oct: :'.-Who is re: company already haS, on' hand plansof for which they were drawn and other ': ,) <"
for' the
in California, :which covers a i!point and if so:this will even,obviate state officials to know at a moments plaints of the scarcity! of labor' and 1J. S

"' mites, and which i the necessity .of doing; this prelimi- notice_the! financial standing ,of any the non-enforcement of the vagrant : ''t' -3 I
square I I nary work, and the, commissioners{ county Blanks were forwarded to law. says the Jacksonville Metropolis., : ,{ ;;- :
ens to spread over, a thousand can. after securing estimates! upon i be used In this connection and these In Jacksonville employers of labor t J
\ miles if some means dividing i!COSt of constructon decide ,whetheror I II : reports or statements must be recelv= say that they cannot find men sufficient r ; .f
river 'is not devised?"' not the county financially in .a ed by the county commissioners from to do necessary work but that i.' 1 :
i question is. p-rp'lelIeXica.n'!!i I condition to build the structure or the officials, approved 'and forwarded their agents report scores of loafers to the state auditor. around dives In the .J' ,
diplomats. But for the nOLWhoa who hang daily!
I i : the board, met last night It was decided to have fifteen or suburbs. The officials sometime t' :=
being ,diplomatic 'relations have therewere' present Chairman Avery twenty grates installed at the, poor make an arrest but to properly carry J ', }t

suspended. and' both..the United and Commissioners Sennott, WJggins, house at $7 each, and to purchase the law Into effect there should be r: :i
: and Mexico are bending every Steward and Andrews. about fifteen tons of coaL This was wholesale raids made every day. ; '

: : to check the' river, which has several unimportant matters were left :in the .bands 'of a committee That something is needed to relieve if". .:: t '
accidently turned from its considered, the report of the finance The commissioners are to meet the "stricture" in labor conditions. i -i. '
committee approved and the: petitionof Monday: receive: and revise the reg- when Florida's prosperity Is hampered f ,: t
through an :effort of the C Ii- Mose Lyman for a ,license to sell istration books. by the scarcity of common labor while t ]f- I J

i it Development Company' to Irri liquors -precinct; 12,- on East Ara- Both' R. A. Jtoinfay and C. H. John- hordes of able-bodiec negroes'are loafing ; : < '-I

near the" line. between gon street, approved.The son ,made application- for a charter Is expressed in the following paragraph j;t t j't
: and Southern California. In op'nion' of Attorney Reese as to operate ferry across Escambia from the Tampa Times wherein .! t. -'
complications an interna to the legality of allowing the sheriff river near McDavid but owing to are given the observations of Assistant _
75 cents per day for a Jailer was then the fact that? the committee has under Chief of Police Riggs ,f'
nature! are threatened when the, read in which he, stated that there,. I consideration the building of a "He said along the docks a great"i'i:j' II !

: : n attempt to settle was no,provision for a'jailer but that .steel bridge there both petitions were many negroes were offered work, all E ,
: ; 'differences. The California Dee the board could Callow '75" cents per I laid on the table until next month. of which Is paid by the hour. The 0't"
taIlt Company,'originally tapped I negroes work an hour apiece for the ; .

: I below, Yuma, ,Arizona,, and: various discerns In all putting in but i !1 '

9i ; Mrs I James ,A!-, Hayes left ; water from,Arizona to a canalin a slight amount of work but when -. i j ,4,
i dent's phrases may be found mixel J : : ColoradoSprings 'of the they are arrested on a charge of vagrancy .t j f
up fn the secretary's! remarks.. last night for,... ew. 'York(:, City States: president of the?: Confederate t .., North ,Mexico, and back Into a great I CHILD .FT I ALLY y ELECTRIC CARS they are always able to show l : .
, valley in Southern have '
Labor After .Cannon v J. "' ',' ..": .,.. .. '- California lnT904. to the courts that they recently -
it was.1oup.d' thG(.t1.tJ8fcima1'was inadequate worked a little for two or three differ 'i :'f"
'. Should the republicans! carry the i it, and thte la :
concerns ,
Inn to -
supply the : ,
t 'use, Speaker Cannon may hare: opposition RELIEF COMMITTEE; water requiredfor sufficient,toe rid them ,ot a tl.lw"yi'4.'j :'
the irrigation project and a Mex SON DUMMY ,
for re-elect!on. In fact, it BURNEDATMO'BILL lie. said that by working a few J"'It'
is reported to-day that the labor bid, corporation, controlled by the California 1 each week they were enabled lout'i;i-
. Development Company which i and hang around the dives the remainder '
e- may start the fight against Canon CONTINUES. ITS GOOD WORK was asked by Mexico to'take the! of their time and, be able to' 'j ':

before the election; and contemplates x-' water from the Colorado' river was' show that they do. work when they ;
, .11 formed. LINE arrested." ..,. i
opposing for re-election all republicau are .
members who announce their inten- IN RENDERING ASSISTANCE The irrigation canal was only one- :; Practically the same conditions exist : .,"t i J 1
DESTITUTE. Fourth of a mile from a given pointIn in Maiml. says the Metropolis of it, '
ton a! voting for Cannon. Mexico A contractor who has a .- "
where a ditch was cut that city. "
The speaker has incurred in an especial CLOTHING ,FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN through the sandy bank' of the river.roId' large order for crossties l says that ne : \ 'f
degree the hostility of the la connected with the first 'irriga1tion Playing With Fire in Yard Will Be'In Operation By To- is unable to get negroes to go Into the 2 ,i I' Ie

bor people who hold him responsiblefor WHICH CAN BE DISPOSED OF TO, canal woods. The land is near Miami and ;\ .the '
the makeup of the house commit- N Several small towns are now beneath When GarmenBe- Morrow Night If Present has offered them exceptionally, 4 f' :
"o ADVANTAGE IS SOLICITED. the waters where the Coloradohas good wages. Every negro he has ape i .1
tees,which have ignored the demands preached has listened to his proposi irk -
poured into the basin and in came Ignited. Work Is Continued.If { '
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:sf labor. many places only the tops of the'rail tidh and then replied that they don t 'M! : i '.'

Chandler Will Socn Quit. The relies committee continues Its of assistance. It is the desire to assist way telegraph poles indicate where want to cut ties don't like the woods. f I
Former Senator William E. Chanl work of assisting ;those found to be'I but there must be some sytem the road bed formerly was. In the and don't have to go there. i aI -t
the work of repairing and re-
kr destitute. or: Jn a. 'helpless conditionas i of Investigation and this method has lowest part. of the land'the water is Mobile, Oct.' 9.-Another victim has Yet every one of them was Idle an*( 'ff 'j''
the head of the Spanish claims J1[
a result 'of the hurricane, nearly been adopted by the committee. 50 feet deep owing to failure to con- been claimed by the flames. This building continues at its present pretending to be seeking work. Thet : 'f }!
commission: will give up his'office cn 'I trol the river this electric will be In operationover negro and the white man alike Is getting -' f t' .
and cars
two weeks since; and not a day passes -j Clothing ,Badly Needed. giving country time it is little 10-year-old Annie Car rate ,1 f
his labor. If it:
March 2, according to an order issued but that many are relieved both ,While! anything that could be used Mexico a lake comparable to the great ney daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. George the steam division of the Termi suits too them choice they about will work; if it don.fr ,= !. ;-
lj the President to-day.: Chandler by being' furnished- with food and by a destitute family is" acceptable lakes separating the United States Carn y, residing at Conception and nal Railway as far as Big Bayou tomorrow they won't >!

was the go-between of the President clothing. I I the committee at present has the and Canada. i Adams streets. The tragic affair ,occurred night Trains have been running State Law. _!
tnd Senator Tillman during the fight Yesterday the committee received greatest number of calls from Most of the land to be irrigated was '
persons the home yesterday t-
at family
since afternoon In order to Inform the people
I I II to that point Sunday gen.1"i :
ver the railroad rate bill in the last Information that there .were' large for clothing for women and children. in the United States, and the Mexi- afternoon at 4 o'clock and is the result convenienceto erally as to who constitute vagrants( t
session of congress. He could not number of families on the naval reservation Many are clothed each day,:but the government had comparatively of playing with fire. affording great under the State law the following is* ;
keep up with the President's attitudes both at, Woolseyand- War- I calls are so many that the stock of little to gain from the concession From what can be learned the little those residing along the line but taken from the statute passed by thai '. :
on tie rate bill, and when the rington, badly in :n- dof ,clothing apparel of tail character has almost granted to the irrigation company girl with other companions was play- the company Is desirous of placing last legislature: t:
3me: came stood by Senator Tillman and arrangements are being,'made to i i become exhausted and those having ing with fire In the yard when the electric cars on the line as soon as "Rogues and vagabonds idle or dis I
a the controversy. supply their 'wants just as soon as a ;;;articles of this nature o)q hand who garments of the Carney child became possible and has been rushing the solute persons who go about begging 1, J f''
sufficient amount of clothing can be :: BRYAN PRAISESPRES. repair work on the lines etc. and Itlis
Curry Statue Located. are charitably inclined are requested !ignited. As soon as her playmates ob- common gamblers persons who use; "fi;
The marble statue of J. L. M. CurT commoted.. The, government, la furnishing I to notify the committee by telephone, I served that the child's clothing was now believed that by to-morrow juggling or unlawful games or plays oJ'-
the gift,of the state of Alabama: food for the destitute but j or else send the articles to'the Cham- afire they ran pell mell from the night or Friday cars will be In opera common pipers and fiddlers common "

MS definitely located today in the many are sadly' in need of clothing, her of Cbmmerca. Sam Randal, rep- ROOSEVELTPort scene, screaming. The little victim tion.Yesterday .drunkards. common night walkers i' ti
southwest corner of Statuary hall especially as the weather has been I 1 resenting' the relief committee is visiting ran around the yard several times, workmen were engagedfor thieves, pilferers, traders In stolen -.:; t
resting between statues of Green ot somewhat chilly. during the 'past few the homes of the city, soliciting fanning the flames into a blaze before some hours In recovering the i property, lewd wanton and laa- pt
Rhode Island and Fulton of Pennsylvania articles and any turned over to him Scott Kas., Oct .WilliamJ. member of the family could reach trucks of a number of cars which had .ivlous persons In speech or behavior, :
The Curry statue la one of days.While the :committee is glad to as- will be appreciated. Bryan made his first Kansas speechof I I been carried Into the bayou by the keepers of gambling laces, common: '
the most imposing in the halL It is sist and help those worthy of assis- During the past few days there this campaign here. He said in her.Within that time the flames had .hurricane. These were on a switch railers end brawlers, persons who ,"

the work of Dante Sodinl of Florence ance, every ,appeal with few excep I have been many calls for quilts and part: 'j I eaten their way to the child's flesh I!at Little Bayou and, were wrecked. neglect their calling or employment -...
laly( Curry sculptured In convent tions that is made for assistance is ,'blankets from, those who lost every- "Unless I am very much mistaken*burning her terribly from the anklesto I It is now believed that service will and misspend what they earn and do v ', :.rt'
tonal: Prince Albert attire the mod- personally investigated by some member thing In the storm.and the committeehas we are approaching a time when we the shoulder. Her agonizing cries be resumed over the entire line to not provide for themselves or for the, :. ;' :

ernism of the work being further Indicated of the commiU e. So far there distributed no less) than twenty can consider public measures with could Be heard for blocks away. AJ,:Fort Barrancas within fifteen days ,support of their families persons wandering : J 1''
by creased trousers, a new have been. only few .appeals made dozen which were purchased from less partisnship than we have before I' physician, was quickly sumoned and provided the weather continues good.A from place to place able to ;
departure In Statuary hall art. On where the parties! were not worthy various stores In the city. I D generations. I can remember whenI an examination made. I biz force of men is engaged In work and who are without means and -3 : ,
the base of the statue--apear: the : first entered politics in regard to The child's ,condition this forenoon!rebuilding the trestle across Big who neglect to earn their support and :
words "Statesman. Educator, Patriot I the parties that it was almost Impos- was reported as critical Bayou, and also In repairing and rebuilding live by pilfering or begging Idle and il' {
Orator" CAY HOKESMI1H sible for a man belonging to any one the track to Barrancas. disorderly- persons including those .:11
Children of Confederacy Organize.a I J. W. HASPAStD SAYS party to find anytning good: In another Bottlers In Session. who neglect all lawful business and ,
the Children party.> Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. 9.-The American CHANGE OF WIND habitually misspend their time by free ;J;;.
the local chapter composed of of girls o AWAY G. 0. P. IS SCARED "This state has done much to break Bottlers' Protective Association begana SAVED THE TOWNBy houses of III fame gambling ", I
Confederacy,' down the old feeling. President two day's session here to-day with houses or tippling shops. persons able ? 'f.
and boys who are direct descendantsof ,. Roosevelt has done a great deal to nearly a thousand 'delegates present Associated Press. to work but who are habitually 'idle .t

those who aided the Conefederate here. The Atlanta Oct. 9.-"Hearst Is the un- convince the public that there is nearly every state being represented. Los Angeles, CaL Oct. 9.-The and live upon the earnings of their( ; "
arse has been organized known quantity in the great political something good In the Democratic President George L. Huge oa opening changing of wind saved the town of wives or minor children and all able'J,
and highly esteemed -
st' particularly an old :
idv. of the civil war, J. W. Gay,
the his home problem In the mInds of New Yorkers platforms. He has the courage to called attention to the necessity of San Fernando from certain destruction bodied male persons over 18 years oC( .
tie principles which underlaid undertaken. resident, expired, of at Heinberg ," said Hon. Hoke Smith govern- take up soma of the reforms the Democrats strengthening tha organization In the "by mountain fires which raged age who are without means of support "'
will be at .the:corner
Confederate cause yesterday avenuafter short or-elect upon. his return today from advocated before his party southern states, and some time will Intermittently from early Friday and whose parents or guardians 'T.
street and Ninth several a New York City where he went for i had advocated them.: be devoted to the consideration of morning until last night. are unable to support them and whore
Miss Francis Youngblood of Birmingham Illness. He leaves ;and daughters large the first vacation he has had since : "The president has done much methods accomplishing this. Sixty square miles of slope and not usually In attendance upon 1' 1
assistants a .
relatives
will be; among the a number the campaign, ,what he school or educational establish- ;
his loss. began. : goodI don't know might valley lands, it Is estimated were, some ;l f'
The reunion of the Firty-flfth bit number_of friends to mourn "Hearst has Snow In Minneapolis. ment but who live in habitual Idle: : I '
got them all frightened i have done had he had an environment I burned over Sunday night and until ; F
talon l of the Confederate army, "M'i His death was dui to a paralytic Minneapolis,-Mina Oct. ,9. Minn e- I declared to be vagrants and ,
Including Roosevelt" Mr. Smith favorable to reform. He has done remarkable the subsidence of the flames. It Is ness are f
t>J8 Men" will take place in Richmond stroke, which he suffered several days continued. "Everybody is talking I things for a.man who has appolis experienced her first snow fall said that In all 350 square miles have! pos conviction shall be subjected to : '. ,I
Colonel Mosby,who He was on a street car when to-day with the temperature ranging ;
Wednesday. ago. the penalty provided. j.
about the campaign, but it Is Just I to fight his leaders all the way been devastated. 'I
hobs a position In the department o! taken ill, and' whenhe eras: removedto about as easy to judge the situation J don't know what he might between 35 _and 40 degrees above Warrants Executed. :;t I
to'tke! ,here,..will be ,unable to,atten t his home he yas,In".a critical con- down here as It is up there. ThereIs I through.have accomplished had he not beenso zero the greater part:of the day. REGISTRATIONIN "The law also says that upon proper -; > '
the reunion. dition. Information made upon oath before an !
no doubt about the 'fact --t. ,
the funeral. services will be con- that handicapped. FARMERS INTERESTED NEW YORK s
The new Washington 'paper. The Hearst forced of railroads office: authorized to act !n such cases :t >
the ownership -
republicans to On government FUNIAK
IN FAIR
issued Its ducted this afternoon but the hour put shall warrant for the = -
'Washington Herald, has ; out the cleanest said that several he Issue arrest i
strongest Mr. Bryan
Bret edition. 6cott C. :Boone, who has not beendetermined.;, upon. man they By Associated Press. of any person therein named or described 1 :
could find. The odds seemed In favor years ago the Democrats and populists That the'lwers appreciate Fair New York Oct. O.Local registration '
fads the Washington Post, Is tho Jackson Nominated. of Hnghes when I was there, but were ridiculed *w suggesting, that is run for their'benfit, education In this city yesterday was %21.87 ,- who is charged therein witttein '
editor,in-chief, and William P. Spurn New Judge York Oct.,-8.-- -Tbe ,Democrats Hearst is the great problem and nobody such a thing and that he himself had and wholesome amusement Is shown % against 204,612 the first day of visions? a of vagrant the under any of the pro ,

? also of the Post, Is the managing of the Thirteenth ,Congersstonad 'District knows just how strong; he Is. been denounced dangerous! because : by the wide interest manifested In last year. The interesting .gubernatorial such warrant shall foregoing be section and. i
the executed
editor. The capacity Insures nominated, William H..'Jacksononlght Every paper In New York City except he had mentioned It as ,a means of the Gulf Coast Fair and Agricultural fight In New York is responsible sheriff constable by any fit 1
policeman
success! of the enterprise ,Mr,':Jackson is a native of his own, Is fighting him but he relief from the oppression of the rail Exposition to -be held at DeFuniak for the big registration. There rivata person duly authorized or thereto by 8* -
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Justice Is Springs, Fla; tram Oct. 31, to November was no trouble during the-day. First -
making
Gold. Tennessee and a son Of the late a game strong race. It roads. I by.the officer Issuing such ;
N'ew Engages Import Loeb, & E. H. Jackson of,the 'SupremeCourt Is now everywhere conceded that "But now we find President Roosevelt 3rd- The premium-listt are indications were that fhe registration rants but any sheriff war >to Co
9.-Kahn. constable
Co, York Oct. have of the'United S.tates.-He-was: Hearst Is the vital force back of his daring to hold as a club over the I ready tor distribution and will be would be light, but the voters came ceman or other lawful officer po"
that they
announced may ar
"eased today London'for Judge of ,the::SuperiorCourt,of Cincinnati chain of papers and that it Is he who 1 railroads that idea in terms more radical sent free of charge-on .aD11caUonto out In great numbers dnriae: the PVAH-J

,iiItf: 'ort to Jl.500.000 the United gold Staten in from I89tto' -1902.1i' -"., possesses the executive aMlitr. than I suggested" he a1d..l the secretary.; ing. (Continued on Second PULl

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d 5' GYMNASIUM. :; UEY. ',Lessens:' A the Bad usefulness, "Stomach,and.main the hop..:, CUN SUttDATION: 14'a ':- ..\..;.: CITY'- ::80ARD 'OFn Dyspepsia and,. I



: pines It's a of weak life.stomach. ,a stomach' that cannot I : ;


yx Y i Y. M. c. A t: TO Among properly its perform symptoms,its'are"l metiooa distress._ after.. .; .- 'OF-FLORIDA ...:i1: ;:- H1AfT HI N" *. Stomach Trouble II


: eating nausea between meals, heartburn, Clean Things to I Mr W. W. Crouch
belching,vomiting;flatulence ted nervous z: Of

t4 headache.Hood'sSarsaparilla. Eat and Drink ; South Framingharn
;*- ,e SESSION iti w :::: ,

UPEN RDADS are as desirable as pure food. Mass., who suffered se.

Unclean food cannot be .. .- "
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a c. Cores a bad stomach,indigestion and dyspepsia healthful.;Jt is the methodof verelyfromcomplicatedstomach
handling in thfe manufacture
,and the cure is permaient. : troubles

Y Classes Have Been Arranged Accept DO substitute Tampa'Northern and Gainesville makes of:it a clean*food.'or-uncleair.product", that-; ;Met Yesterday- at Noon. and that" great tonic invig., says'


and Good Season Is &, Gulf May Soon Discussed. .Sanitary' _Mat-' .- orator, Duffy's Pure
Pabst'BlueRibbon' -r > r+ 1"- .' '-''' ,
GULF CITY COFFEE CO "
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Expected.The Be Merged.An ters of the City.The Malt Whiskey, has re.

t T H. P. CI-PPMAN.Mznager. .f stored him to vigorous

Roisters, Blenders and Shippers ot ply. :.

Y. M. C. A. gymnasium will An effort is being made to consummate is manufactured from the' City Board of Health held a ;. l1e ii lth. He writes :
Fine CoffeesOUR Mayor
open up for,business, Oct. 15, and the a deal whereby the Tampa: purest{mateiiald by ,scrup- meeting at noon yesterday. For' some years I suffered severely
sanitary
COFFEES ARE OLD BY ALL ulously' dean machinery.From Bliss presiding. The general from dyspepsia and
gymnasium committee has planned Northern and the Gainesville and Gulf the best complicated
condition ot the city and .r
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL brew to bottle or keg :4 stomach
trouble. I tried
: great things for the coming season. Railroads will be under one manage- it is never touched by human means of improving it was discussedat a numbcj

r: ? Besides the regular classes that will ment. The Tampa Northern Is buildIng hands and never comes'in some length by the board. of medicines and visited phys:dz

Jw conducted at the regular hours, Florida Alabama from Brooksville to Tampa, and contact with anything but The washouts and low, places In I hoped to secure permanent refiei

there will be a basket ball and Indoor and the Gainesville and Gulf Railroad al- pure, filtered air, and perfectly various 'portions of the city caused but to no avail. I learned of Duffel],

z base ball league pyramid tumbling; "dtobes,,pipes by the ;recent storm, must be filled Malt Whiskey, and for some
ready completed between Sampson and sealed storagetanks.S. In the owners of the yeaIpast \
immediately by
clubs organized. LAND COMPANY .. I have been taking it
, boxing and wrestling City on the Georgia Southern and property. These, places allow stag regularlyas ( I
r
Indoor athletic contests and exhibitions distance form which causes un- directed, and I find that it '
\ Florida to Irvin, near Ocala a nant water to g Yes
k of work being done in the gymnaSium and Manufacturers Dealers in of of. forty-six miles, will pass healthy conditions to exist'and.a res- absolute relief from dyspepsia and

will be throughut the that all,such places stomach troubles from
given LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLEST through practically the same terri olution,was passed which I suf.
. winter to which the'public'will''be invited. AND KILN-DRIED SAP. tory .and 'parallel each other:"nnle'ss'a be filled;in at:once1.by ..those who feted As a tonic stimulant is is

own the property.A "
.
deal is made and the roads consoli discontinue the pres- without a peer. \V.CROUCH ..
: motion to
e It is intended to accommodate all SCARRITT MORENO dated.A ent inspection semce'.of.'the ..city 'by MR. }V. w.gtOUcH.Duffy'sPure'. So.Framingham,Mass,June 20,'0$

boys and men in Pensacola, but, it meeting of number of the di- the tour inspectors, upon the ground

i must be understood that the Y. M. C. SAFES. for OF Diebold ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS.Agent and Lock .Co., rectors of the two roads was held in that this number could,not cover the Malt

A. gymnasium is not a place for boysto Canton Ohio. this 'city a few days ago says the city and to have themInspect only Whiskey

play but it can truly be called a Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. Jacksonville Metropolis and the A. FRIEDMAN, those localities where ,sic nes exist

,! hall of recreation, correction and Gainesville and Gulf_ offered the ed was lost. is the[best core for Indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulency, nervousness and every form of stomri
health. Tampa Northern all 'that it had ex- Wholesale Dealer. trouble. It is an absolutely pare gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic: builds op the nary.
Phone 179. 331 S. Palafox. The city physician spoke of the tissues,tones up the heart,gives power to tbe brain strength and elasticity to tile muscbs and
c For the boy who is growing rapidly and a bonus of $100,000 to sell This practice of some of the physicians in richness to the blood. It brines into action all the vital forces: it makes digestion perfect and tu-
what,needs the proper kind of instruc- SEAMAN BADLYINJURED D l Y proposition was refused, the directorsof Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer to'report cases' at lever and t bles yon to get from tie food YOU eat the nourishment it contains It is invaluable for overrrxketmen
his the Tampa Northern stating that failing delicate women and sickly children as it is a form of food already digested. It strengthens U*
tion prevent becoming stoopedand made the statement that many had: system is a promotorof food health and '
narrow shouldered or thin chested they considered their proposition ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME never been reported. The law includes makes the old young and the young strong.Duffy's .revit1. p t
; for the boy or man now in that worth much'more than tEe price and TO-DAY. fever. Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oQ
every class of and the only whiskey recognized medicine.
is as a
needs the the inducement offered. It is the in-
condition, who proper corrective Report of City Health Officer. : ThIs is a guarantee. .
t exercises ,to pvercome these tention of the owners of the Tampa health officer tCAUfONThere
UN of the
The report city is but one Duffy's Pure
.
deformities. For the young man who Northern to push their road on to SANTA ROSA STAR
covering the month of Septem
. is looking for a better manhood physically Crystal River at once and from there follows: Halt Whiskey. Sold in sealed bottles only; r
bar 'was read as Q
as well as morally each will north to connect with some of the "Pensacola, Fla./Oct: 1st, '1906.1 never in bulk. Insist on brine the genuIne h

find Just what he wants in the line of roads in Southwest Georgia. It is believed WAS DROWNED OUT "The City Board of Health, Gentle and refuse Injurious substitutes and p
pleasure as well as body ,building.For that an outlet to the west for 4 *
WHARF men: imitations, which are chew D only in name. !
the business or professionalmen Tampa will be of great value to any
"1 beg to submit this, my monthly. LOOK for the "(ChemIst" trade-nark ton
in
who are all in need of the right railroad and will result, bringing a
kind of instruction as to health giv great deal of business to that.Tort PRESSES, TYPE STANDS .ENGINE report for September just; past"The the label and be sure the seal over tiecorfc
health of the city' remains
ing and health retaining exercises In the meantime the Gainesville and general ETC., COMPLETELY COVERED good, with the exception of a
mixed with pleasure: of the Kind that Staging Leading from Wharfto Gulf Railroad passes through one of somewhat large number at cases of or direct,$\.00 a bottle. Doctor's advice
drives all dull care away and causes the most fertile sections of the state WITH WATER. and
medical booklet tree. Duffy Mart
fever. _
one to forget his troubles and per- and has been doing a big business in typhoid
plexities of the busy day. Vessel Fell on Him the hauling of fruits and vegetables. "The santltary inspectors report Wniskey'ce., Rochester,IT.Y. E IVfA

The following will be the class While the road has never been spaying The Santa Rosa at the following>> inspections and other
Star published
Late in work of their department. Premises
schedule. Afternoon.A investment, it Is believed that by :Milton !,.
says: 5,605. N. GOLDRING DISTRIBUTER.
Business Men's Class A.-Mondays extending it a few miles farther southit After Lard week's work found in sanitary condition ,.
a and justas
614. Total
and Fridays. 6:15 p. m. I will be made to ,pay. The Star to In unsanitary condition,
was getting ready
go violations of
Business Men's Class .-Tuesdaysand seaman attached to the British i. The Tampa Northern has every to press with what was believed to 6,219. Arrests made for.-

Thursdays 6:15 p. m. steamer Belle Isle, now 'loading a. probability for success. There"is a be the best issue it ever attempted to sanitary ordinances 5 Convictions m m

:Young Men's Class-Tuesdays. and cargo of phosphate rock,at the Com- large area of the finest timbered lands get out, the worst hurricane knownIn 4, Acquittals. 1. the DRINK BOTTLED
Fridays. 8 p. m. along the right of way and a number "Daring: the week succeeding : -
mandencla wharf was seriously and :Milton, even ,to the oldest inhab- .-4 r-4' 5
to
Working Boys Class-Mondays and perhaps fatally Injured there late yesterday of, turpentine farms pBosphate plants itants, struck 'the town Wednesday storm the inspectors .were put
the
Wednesday's 6:30 m. and saw mills. When the road has work collecting animals killed by o
p. afternoon. The staging lead- night, driving great volumes. water
Juniors--Tuesdays and Thursdays Ing from the vessel to the wharf and been completed to Tampa it is believed from the Gulf'before it.and sweeping,I storm".anc1.ither' burying or turning
3:30 p. m., Saturdays 10 a. m. that it will be one of-the best J same.; There were several hundred \ O'@srL' :
used during the day to load the phosphate everything in its.track before it Oa: ra
Senior Leaders of railroad in of these animals, found among 'the
Class Mondays, fell from some cause, and almost pieces property Florida.It Before day light Thursday morning )
is said debris such as goats,- dogs; cats,poultry -
8 p m. the entire weight struck the on good authority that the office was five feet deep in water ; .
', :Junior Leaders Mondays 3:30 p. man crushing him to the deck. the Tampa Northern does not desireto and stood so during the next eight or rats and 'fish, all of which would Q

m.Thursday The cause of the, falling of deal with the owners of the Gaines- ten hours. They presses, type stands, have created an unsanitary conditionhad c Z v m' tv
not been promptly disposed
ville and Gulf that it has theyj
,
nights open for games. believing !
the could engine desks
staging not. be, learned., 'and. stationery were C) I
Saturday nights open for individual the' better propositon. 'of. In. order ;td tfaoilitafer thi*workit C) Before that
The L &- N. surgeon was summoned completely submerged, thus completely employ two () () drinking; see you
work. Another meeting of the directors of was fogiid ;necessary to
destroying about
and after $200 worth '
making a hasty of stationery 8 I't '
the two roads will be held, when the extra men, one for seven days and
examination had the man sent to the and the desks and books,' and 0 get the .GENUINE. A word
,I ask thattthe action ot
TRAINS RUNNING matter Is to be'again considered. seriously damaging the one for two. .
marine. hospital for treatmentWILL presses, type
in
be endorsed
health
EAST OF MILTONChief cases and engine. But despite all the city officer the is sufficient
Julius Caesar.was employing these extra men, as the exigencies o 0 to wise
these besetments, through the kind-
APPEAL
a man of nerve-but sickness left of the case required prompt
Train Dispatcher Campbell, of ness of the Index, The Star was able
its mark and he became aged before action. I would recommend in this
the L. & N. railroad came over from PEONAGE CASES to get out a sufficient paper to carry .
Works
Bottling
Pensacola his time. Sickness ia often caused Its legal advertisements. connection that, in view of the filthy Hygeia
Friday
morning and
by a torpid liver. Heroine will regulate Milton and repugnant nature, of this work, ,
straightened out things and now the By Associated Press suffered considerable loss.
I your liver and give you health. All the and that they were a large part of 124' E. Chase Street., Phone 587.
regular trains, except the accommodation Cape Griardeau, :Mo, Oct. 9. The merchants on the west side
:Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon, Kansas the men
in drenching rains
the time
which has been discontinued peonage: case recently tried here of Willing street, including D. T. Wil-
which resulted In writes: "I consider Herbine the best liams & Co., S. J. Stewart so engaged be given extra compensation -
for- the present are running on the Charles M. Smith & Bro.,
regular schedule between here and and his son, and others, being arrested without medicine it"STANDARD I ever heard of. I am never A. Nicholson, Cohen & Bro., Fisher & of one dollar per day. r

River Junction. and sentenced to; the Leaven- Co., Fisher & Hamilton and C. F. The city physician made, the fol-

Mr..Campbell chartered the steamer worth penitentiary, will be re-heard OIL Clark, besides Elliott's and Harrison's lowing calls upon the indigent sick of ; Coal and Ice' for ,Sale Winter and Summer.

g City of Tampa, and carried with In St Louis. The counsel for the defense .'I saloons, suffered considerable loss. the city, and injured employes. Residence !,

him to Pensacola all the passengers yesterday made application for PUT ON TRIAL The streets were completely blocked visits 40, office Consultations 30, total Get our prices before placing your orders. We
10 hospital ;
r who had been brought to Milton from appeal in writ; of error to the United with fallen trees and fences. The 16, police'station
the east, and about one hundred workmen States court of appeals at st. Louis. By Associated Prats. telephone and electric wires were all 96. Number of cases treated at the sell Jellico,. Galloway and Alabama' best lump coal.

to repair the tracks on the P. & The appeal was granted and the sev- Findlay Ohio Oct. 9.-The Stand- down and broken and the town was hospital 5, beds used-In days-45. We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery
ad Oil Company of Ohio was put on In absolutedarkness
A. division between Escambia and defendants have been
en admitted to
Pensacola.-Santa Rosa Star bail.RISING trial here to-day charged with conspiracy system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is

against the state in violationof NOTICE. ADAMS AND TAYLOR 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232.Tha .
,state anti-trust laws. The penaltyis Tenders are asked for the discharge

a fine of rom $50 to $5,000 or from and custody of much of
so the cargciof Moore Ice Company
many,other painful and serious II six to twelve months imprisonment.John the,Swedish bark "Noach VI.". now HELD EOR LIBEL

5 I I ailments from which, most mothers D. Rockefeller was originally a moored in the Bay of Pensacola, as Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets,
party to the suit but was granted a the Board ctf Surveyors orders cargoto 232area
suffer be avoided the of P. O. Box 422. Phone
by use ,
can .
separate trial, the date of which will -be taken out, in order to be able
"Monti's!" FrL d." This great remedyis depend on the success of the state in to ascertain the damage. IN SUIT AGAINST THEM INSTITUTED _::;>3"

the other proceedings. Iris said Mr. The discharging to be done at the
God-send to carrying BY EX-GOVERNOR
a women, Rockefeller will not be a witness and rate of not less than forty thousand '
: BREASTAnd them through their most critical will not attend the'trial which will superficial feet per weather working JENNINGS. Herald of September 24th which TO BE
severely criticised Jennings LIKEWHITE
er Governor -
ordeal with safety and no pain. be before Judge Banker 'and a jury. day. a and alleged scandalous conduct CITY
Parties contracting will have to fur-
3' No woman who uses 'Mother's' Friend" need fear the suffering LABOR SCARCETHROUGHOUT nish bond and will be responsiblefor The Jacksonville Metropolis says: while Jennings was: governor- at :Flor

i: and danger incident to birth for it robs>the ordeal of its horrorand STATE the cargo while out of ship. The preliminary hearing 'of the libel ida.The
; Tenders also wanted: for reloadingthe brought against Alfred St. Clair ,witnesses were & H. Mote, :A. THOUSAND OR SO BULBS WILL ILLUMINATE

insures safety to life of mother and child,and leaves her in One. cargo after repair of the vessel. Abrams, editor and owner of the M. Williamson;_ C. B. Jones, W. .R. JACKSONVILLE CAR
Continued from, Page )
e a-condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is ( Bids to be opened Saturday, the Tavares Herald and A. K. Taylor a Carter and George' S. Adams. NIVAL GROUNDS.

rest any vagrant described in the fore- 13th of October at 11 o'clock a. m., local cartoonist, by ex-Governor Jen- A motion was ,made by defendants'

4 also healthy, strong and going section without t warrant in at the office of the Vice Consul of nings, took place before Justice Farris counsel to discharge .them. on the

good natured. Our book '( case tha delay in procuring one would Sweden, Mr. C. McKenzie Oerting. ,I in the Municipal Court this morn- ground that the publication had not Millions of electric lights, will tur r 1'

"Motherhood is worth MOTHERS probably enable such alleged vagrantto Master reserves the right to reject ing, and quite a large crowd of spec. been proven ,libellous. This was over- carnival grounds Into a veritabh \' :f

escape arrest. Any persons so ar- any or all bids. tators gathered to hear the testimony.The ruled and ended the case. City," when the big annual aft nor

its weight in gold to every rested by virtue of a warrant or without CAPT. BERNHARD! ANDERSON, defandants were representedby The defendants were-held in ?400 Jacksonville 'begins Novcmbc-

and will be sent free in plain, : a warrant shall be given a speedy Master of Swedish bark Noach VI J. E. Hartridge and F. W. ,Pope. bail each to await the action of the "The Wonderway "'arch will-be a '
( woman, trial, and upon conviction shall be while D. U. Fletcher and A. W. Cock initial court. fled with several ;thousand bull: #. d

envelope by addressing application to FRIEND fined not exceeding $251) or by imprisonment GLASS rell & Son. represented ex-Governor Abrams and Tay or' secured as Market street .tA Ninth and Ninthto I

Co. Atlanta Ga. not more than six AND GLAZING.E. J nn1ng$. The ,case grew out of apublication bondsmen Mar Myerson, Maurice liberty, .aU_tbe.:way from the ,'-
Bradfield Regulator I I I months." B. WELLS, 10 E. INTENDENCIA., and cartoon in the Tav-:- Slager and Gus Miller to "Wonderway" at Eighth sir.:"t .w
festooned on,both sides with li ft->
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s IUpp&dro0i win blae with fir" w-.*-

-- -- v. .... -- - ->- .-- -. sides the thousands of electric bulbs.
.- : HO.- .. : 0--: :
The carnival grounds will be I iv
between .Ughtband Tenth ..street't



r%7*? BIGGEST PIANO BARGAIN-SALE EVER SEEN IN ANY -CITY t'I I t Market Jacksonville grounds attractions the there Hippodrome Is and ample used that Liberty ball for space and have park.previous streets the for been the"Wonder It carnival taking score Is ergaKt tbtI :<:




\ The arch at the entrance on F rD
? WILL TAKE PLACE AT street will cost 600r and will be tl .1

n* magnificent ever seen In this part "
country. A great deal of constr 's

THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE work and beautifying will conv. '

: ban park into a handsome hippodro- ,f
>a
much
', Is intended to make It as
as
order of the New York Hippodroc-"

Nos. 112-114 S. Palafox St., as Soon as Our New Brick Front is Erected. :: possible. _



r. This Bargain, Sale will be FOR CASH, at prices which have no references to real 'value-$500 Pianos as low. -.:as -. $350 ; and custody are of NOTICE.Tenders asked the canro.for .now the dlzrr.on :1 ,f..

Pianos Watch The for details. J' the Swedish bark "Alfhild.:' strar: :
$350 at $250. Journal the bay of Pensacola, near -)11-' -i :"'
done irate
wharf. The discharge to be
.
-1'; of notiless than forty
thous'y
t The Pianos ALL'NEW, no wet or damaged Pianos will be offered.. We had en route before the storm two carloads of LESTER d. CLUTTER: OS. perflclal feet per weather will have, to'." -a!.

;< They MUST BE SOLD WE- HAVE NO ROOM FOR THEM, as the building will be entirely remodeled, the second-floor, making the finest .warerooms'.m the j I bond Parties and contracting will be responsible! Tendf-s for t; ,.j)
of ship
s out
{k South. We will qer. about FIFTY: damaged Pianos sometime in November NOT BEFORE. -- ;-' : after wanted gohUe repair for event of the, reloading vesseL of B tl!li; "

Saturday, the Uth *f <
opened
Treas.TDE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE THE LARGEST AND OLDEST :' 10 Robert o'clock Tuemter in the morning& Ox. Brent, to tllof !t:. ya. '.

t I!room 131. and Master reserves t.;
to reject bids-
an'fJ..r&j1 S. BENT-; '
I ..
u..ion
Master of the SwelL Bark

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10, 1906. PAGE THREE 1
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,.,or THE ,GREAT; 'WAT j.R-'DAMAGEDSA.LE-il.' : : ;t







.f't OF WM. JOHNSON & SON'S, BIG STOKE, PALAFOX and INTENDENCIA.f; .tj j !




I.S I.' This store will be closed<* until ,Fri< October J 12, on account of re-arranging stock and getting rest of damaged :t :.I ,.

II ,

: I goods together. We are :going to gather remaining'goods and sell them all out regardless of cost price, and when you t I



. all come to this greats ,l Friday morning and witness whirlwind: of fast selling, and get your supply of Clothing, l



f Shoes, Hats and Dry Goods at almost: your own price, it will cause you ;all to wonder and ask how such a thing is :;il: .



i possible. Remember,. .it's: your main chance, so take advantage of it. You may never have such a chance again. ;'!


I Follow the crowd to the' Great Water-Damaged. Sale Friday morning at 8 o'clock. Our hardware department will openat !N:: .' 1


the usual hour. .

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l TTENTION-OJl big up-lbwn r store in the new Brent building, 9 and 11 Palafox street, will open each morning at 8,o'clock. Wo cordially '

I invite you all to call and see 'tha-many nsw things. : r

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i n nSaId I IMMENSE' Ci RCOj TWO- GOOD s BOYSIn PICTURESQUE TRIPS IN J. F. DAVISW,I" JEWELER iM "*.p"* )" I IWas

V
i I II PALATIAL PULLMAN CARS New Brent Building 23 8. Palafox St -z t4 '


i i 4i diE flaw[ L afj1t
i : -the ad-writing line- .
ready to submit samples, On this key fifteen miles of railroad THE t
Service Be Established
Direct to'
of their work to I reputable will be laid. REPORT OF TElEGRAPH C0S V
'r -I
: } merchants; desiring to Bahia Honda Harbor. t

'rST [ use' their advertising appropriation" Between New After that, now with short, now

TAPLE .> -F .successful with long jumps, the whole series will ,
.. York and Havana. be traversed through Lower Meta- V

1 I I comb, Grassy, Gravel, Vaccas, and FINDING OF BOTH OUT OF

i.. .... .0 I Advertisements. ? I then with an immense spring acrossa .n :

:, ,Fifteen ,:Thousand z r y, WORK OF CONSTRUCTING LINE channel 15,000 feet wide to Bahia
Honda where a little harbor will be 1'

tial ':tti, Free ad offer made in ACROSS FLORIDA KEYS TO KEY created, enabling direct train commu- ;
Be Loaded
Mother on good faith we- 'want to nication with Havana even before the BODY BUSINESS /;
the : ShalLi I get a ? I", WEST PROGRESSING RAPIDLY- V
you a Russian Blouse?" do 'your work- :brtnginsr line is completed to Key West. Deep -
:Belmont
August ; draught vessels can secure admit- ,
.
I more trade through
:
Said the your
Boy; "Do Ma! (and INTERESTING STORY OF THE '
the dummy fell down dead). ads than they ,have everdrawn tance at this point, and the distanceto f, .l 1
'before GREAT ENTERPRISE. Havana is only twenty miles Both the Postal and Western Union ; :
I Made the Police Station Ii-
The new Russian What will, ;be the record 'cargo ol greater than from the city at the end to :. ,
Write as confidentially.! Telegraph companies have beet .
'
the of where ultimately
cotton shipped from the port of' Pen- I of i cresent keys ,
Blouse and the Norfolk I now being a 'great seaport will be conI But Officers Could having their troubles since the storm, ': : I tt}
sacola\ bo far'this season, i? Annextlon of the now disturbed Cu- :
structed with terminals, wharves and and, although both of them managed 2 i r,
Jacket are designed toagain' loaded on the British steamer Au-I 'AD-WRITER. ban republic by"rail, conversion of,the I docks. From the harbor of Key West Not Locate It. ,:' 'J.. }; '_' ;,I
I, to get the wires in working order foi \ I
z: lead in favor. If gust Belmont The shipment .Is fourII already thriving city of Key West into: the car floats, each capable of con- .t.-; "
I a time the service has been i ;
interrupted t
II Bremen and will consist of about fitteen'thousand Care The Journal. the "Hoboken of Havana," with its : veying a train of thirty cars, will ply
have liked them be- to the Cuban capital. by frequent breaks, especially td t :
bales, very double1decked
t you making a docks thronged with huge A report of the finding of the bodyof
Coral Help. the lines of the Western ,Union. ; ft
fore, will like them valuable one.The ferry boats; construction of a Bugs a woman In the midst of a pile of you Nature has assisted in the 'project ito :
The Western Union was the first 1
dt'last : :
still better. II steamer 'arrlv week andas great railway line that goes to sea,, The little coral insects whose secre- wreckage and timber on the water -I i" li'li'I
/ soon as conditions settled from the leaping from Island to island with I tions have been petrified so plentiful} front near Jordan's wharf, was madeto get its line in working order after '' .
effects of.the'etorm': the;work of sfor long viaducts 'and bridges on which ly all along the Florida peninsula- .the police station yesterday after- the storm and for several days handled 'i! V

All the new' .Overcoats Ing what will be. a'(full cargo was MANY the passenger bound from New York I"i have prepared a broad flat.surface to noon by Officer Louis Roach but later business In a fairly satisfctory \ .
1 lOOKIN G to Cuba will see from the car win- meet the needs of the engineers, some when the officials and others visited manner. On Monday, however, a fall j f
for little and big commenced, and is now well under I "',
ing tree carried down the wires in ,
I dows nothing but the blue waters< of Portions of It appearing just above I the scene to view the body and re- ;
The cotton is stored In the big' the vicinity of McDavid and ft ft.t ,
way. could be found. connection
i boys. the Atlantic on.the one side and the the water in the form of keys-low; move it, none This '
I warehouse of the Louisville: & Nash: blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico on ,I fiat islands covered with sedge and. was possibly due to darkness, as it was not secured again until ;

s I Suits, $2 to $10. I ville, and while several thousand FOR the other an engineering feat in jungle in the uncultivated portions; was 6 o'clock when the report was received Tuesday morning. Soon after the t ::
.
VACANT
'" for the :; at the station. wire was In working order Tuesday J
bales were damaged by1 water & volving problems rlowsolved; I with pineapples, lemons and 'cocoanut '
Gently, this will not Interfere with first time-all that and much more is groves where man has fixed his hab I Robert Bell, a colored man, reported morning it went down ,
; involved in the extension now in few the gruesome find to Officer Roach, out of business all of last ,t
I the itation-some of it submerged a i
I the
shipment being taken Bel-II night."J-"J
1.' The of Postal, J t"
CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.JIHIESENtBUILDINGt ment. progress on the Florida East Coast I feet beneath the waves that tumble land stated that the discovery was line the ; I
It is predicted that the full railroad south from Maimi, its present in from the deeper parts of the sea. made by the feet protruding from I through the woods 1 d
I being taken by the'; Bfljnont will cargo be OFfiCEAlready southern terminus, to the tip of the The coral rock provides a natural bal I underneath the wreckage. He was and Mobile,was practically destroyed _
told to report the matter to the police by the storm, and, after being rebuilt f :"
followed by others equally as largo long sickle) shaped series of coral islets I II last-one that may be dug out in :
and that this..season will be record which the peninsula of Florida has chunks large and small and used for I I station, but never arrived there. and in working order for some time, : i
breaker: a thrown out intothe tropic sea, says a filling where the line crosses one of I Another search will be made this went down last evening and was still n. .
SOMETHING NEW! a :Maimi despatch to the Jacksonville the swampy tracts of the region. I morning for the body, and possibly If out of business at midnight It is ex. :.r:f j; ;;

Cold-filled Beauty Pins, 25 and 30c per pairw. ......................... There Are More Times-Union. Within three years'unless Rapid Progress of Work. one was really seen, it will be recov pected that the line will be working ;: -if r

: :, some unexpected interruption occurs The work is well under way. Each !ered. all right before noon to-day. ;- ',v_ I
A. Gahlenbeck 213 S. Palafox Si Than Half Dozen Can. I .
a 1
Amusements 24'N the tourist may take an ocean practical problem is being solved as it I [ ,
I i voyage in a pullman, conveyed in arises. For a railroad thus to go to ., '- .. _
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a didates For Marshal. highest comfort along the line of the sea is something new in the history of '- H I

COTTRELL, .......... ..4.... ,N... Florida keys and thence in a hug engineering but Inventive genius is 1 %. :;ai j a 1
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. !Notwithstanding the fact that odlytwo car ferry nearly JOO miles across the Proving itself equal to the task. The
Pensacola. Fla. Last Night's Play. or three days have passed since straits and out of sight of land to greater expense Is to be explained not ;: r
Minutes Chief Schad, of the police department Havana. only in the large mileage of bridgesand Rest ;
"Forty-five _From Broadway" r
announced his intention of re- Far Out to Sea. viaducts but in the exposed char t
is the "big' noise, as Kid signing the office' of marshal, to be- A thousand picturesque undertakings acter of The line,for the cost exceeds
PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE. BELL 1870. Burns would describe it., It.has a come effective Nov. 1, there are at havemarked the building of I that of average railroad construction : 'f
Kodak Supplies. Flnithln lor Amitaars. real plot to U,with Jots of noise, fun, least half a dozen candidates for appointment American railroads. Untraversable -about $95,000 a mile, which is perhaps the Stomach \
) :a' of the :musical
etc. and just dash 5R i
to the office. mountain ranges:: have been bored three times greater than that in ,
comedy. The four: musical" numbers While some are- avowed candidates suspension bridges assembled amidst ordinary fiat country where no long 1 d ';. t {

R. ,K. WHITE "Gantlemen? of the Press, "Popular and are soliciting the support of al- the swirling spray of cataracts bottomless bridges have to be built The total Nothing will relieve indigestion that' 'i., ,
Is Grand
2tchoiiker.Manufacturing lewder ant Graduate Millionaire" "Mary Minutes a Old dermen under the supposition that swamps filled in with the debris involved is from fifteen to twenty million ) doesn't digest the food, itself and give
FromBroadway"
Name "Forty-five
e,tician.30 S. Palates Street. Pensacola.! Fla. the vacancy is. to be filled by that of demolished mountains Yet dollars V
and "So Long Mary"were body instead of appointment! by the I none more picturesque has been Safest in the,, World. the stomach a. perfect rest. f

:; encored a number of times, es- mayor, others have only been mentioned evolved than this work due to the The construction work began in You can't reasonably expect that .; '
Told pecially the latter.. -. as being in 'every ,way well constructive imagination of Henry M. 1905 on the basis of surveys which '
Tersely The whole show practically cen equipped to fill the office. Among Flagler, who has projected an Ameri- tad been made previously. All the any weak stomach will regain its -
tered on Kid 'iBurns (Scott Welch) and those whose names have been mentioned can railroad that will go farther to grading of the section of the road on strength and get well when it is t
Replies to the following want ads Mary Jane Jenkins (Corinne,) both finished, '
has been
in this connection Frank sea than any other yet constructed. the mainland now --
t are at this office' to be called for": of whom were.given a number of curtain D. Sanders, Milton B Frank are, Joseph From :Maimi'to Key West along the and part of the viaduct work completed compelled to do the full work that a ,V:

"X," "MW.' B. W.,"" "Reference" "S. R-, calls. Fondebilla, Louis J.: Anderson, W. H. loute:,, which has been selected fVr the Over nearly all the distance, sound stomach should do. t tYou'
"Farm. "Woodsman, Filer, gigantic enterprise is 154 miles the fortunately. there is foundation of 1 '
as
Hutchinson
P.." "A. B. Frank Wilde, and John wouldn't"expect: a sick horse "
Co., "R. L. D"N.
. Morrissey. engine will go. In the mainland sec- coral which allows the concrete re- :
- C." "Home-maker." TAKLITINVTIM It is generally presumed that the I I I tion the line has already followed -us enforced with steel, to be firmly to get well when it is compelled to do a i : f

J. M. Hamilton, of FIsner & Ham filling of the vacancy would fall to far as possible, the space not crosshatched moored with steel supports. No road full day'work every day of the week. { : ',_
ilton, of Milton was In the city yes tje lot of the council, but to juiga; in the map' with the shadings way in the world, anywhere, expertssay ;1
terday. from the following paragraph from which show swamp to Homestead, a' will be safer than this; and none Your stomach must have rest. : "

F J. Davis of Boggy, on Choctaw- JUST AS SCORES' OF PENSACOLA page &8, of the city charter, relative distance of twenty-four miles. Thence I I more beautiful as it lies gleaming But it isn't necessary to starve your* i i "

fa hatchee Bay," was in the city yester- to the duties of the mayor, it is up' across the vast, nearly inundated 'white in the tropical sun. In a sand few, self in order to, rest your stomach. ;
foundation is .
' day on business. PEOPLE HAVE.. to that official to make the selection: j 1 I prairie that borders the' shallow places, where the
1 "To fill with the consent of the sounds projected by the long reef of piling is, used to afford a foundation. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect i f :I'l

Capt. Frank Boghich has returned board of aldermen all vacancies In islands, over Jewfish creek, to Key Every here and there dredges are di estant. It will digest all of the food 1, .
,from: a short business trip to Chattanooga of I sand from deepwater tt.
Largo, the biggest the entire chain actively pumping up
t and Birmingham. Waiting doesn't pay. executive herein and ministerial" offices not I conveying it through .pipes you eat regardless of the condition of, ; \ S
I provided for.
If you neglect the aching back, I I I I and depositing It In shallow water to stomach. .,
1t Alex. LJschkoH returned yesterday The resignation of Chief Schad: [ your
Urinary troubles, diabetes, sorely L DOCTOR'S WORDS. 'help in the construction of the line.
I from New Orleans, where he accompanied does not become effective until the 'I Elsewhere to be found dredges ri
J his! son Mozart who has en- follow. f ret of the month, and by that lima J of Postum are ,
relieve Backache I Talks About the Analysis which eat their way over the flat land Kodol
tered the Tulane college. Doan's K1
, J. L. Mathlas and son, Henry, of tly, be more applicants for apj; To the Doubting Thomases, the en-, of the roadbed which they throw ,up.' ,
.
1 McKlnnonville, were in the city yesterday Cure 'every kidney III, mint than'those now: mentioned. dorsement of a physician as to the ,Pushing Across Keys. '

They report that a great Pensacola citizens! endorse them. Tfte IrUt> '.1.11 In JonraMuim. I[wholesomeness of Postum Food Cof-I r' The pioneers of "the railroad that I Dyspepsia CurelI" r'for V

i many trees are down as a result of 'Mrs M. White, of West ZarragossaSt Of a well known past fee may be comforting. '!Is going to sea" are at this writing
of
the that few.cat : that will reporter a : When coffee causes! nervousness! their across the keys, r
"Anyremedy
I recent storm and a ; says: I I I. pushing way Indigestion Dyspepsia, Sour
of the I.generation many curiosities of style and It's time to stop it. And and unten- ,
1 tle were killed in their part make cure.as promptly and as thor dyspepsia many of which are*barren
w county. a D a.n's Kidney Pills did inmr are still repeated with zest by Dublin I r,there is where Postum is a true comforter ,anted' though a few are inhabited "by Stomach, Flatulence Headache, Water : ,X =

oughly case as is well worthy of the high I,journalists. It wu'this m'an who explained It Is a warm, palatable and,fishermen and wreckers, some of Brash,Belching of Gas,Nausea, Gastritis, .
II you want the "Best Ever Made"get recommendation. was troubled describing a caSe of drown- 'wholesome beverage and at the same them living in queer, picturesque
t Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. with est kidaays for'-some time, indi- lug off DaUey'The; body was washed J' time is a liquid food. r I II houses built on stilts. ,As the narrow Heartburn and all troubles arising..

Absolutely pure, go twice as far and cated my by s.evere pains in my back and ashore by a receding wave." Of a' fugitive -'I Coffee does harm not because It's passages ot water between the Islandsare from indigestion and non-assimilation,;I ,
I the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is perfec- sides. Sometimes it was a dull, aching from Justice 'he wrote: "The well or poorly made-not because it's crossed the construction crews V ''. .

tion. Ask for the 25c size. I and at other times .sharp twings. durgiar! was surrounded, ,on all sides by high or low priced-but 'because of I I find themselves often amidst the fleet of the food. .. i

GIVE THEIR I 'also had dizziness1 and severe head the poU e. Escape was 'impossible. the alkaloid-drug-caffeine, it con- of sponge fishers from Key West who I had dyspepsia in its worst form; was re- / !
THE *
EAGLES WILL difficulty with tains. The habitual use of coffee. valuable" cargoes from the .
aches and an annoying he lift their After using two tr .
Suddenly
BALL THURSDAY NIGHT, OCT. 11. made hIs''Way down a duced In weight to 118 pounds. '
J I to 'read an therefore, forms a drug habitA shoals about these Islands. :
happened
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE the advertisement kidneys. in the paper about, cul-de-sac and disappeared through. I Buffalo physician said recently, Building a railway' line across sucha and one-half bottles of Kodol I was completely k5- ';1.

STORM SUFFERERS. Doan's Kidney PiUs and procured a i I I side street The most popular storyof "I 'have used Postum Food Coffee In series of Islands and; stretches of cured and restored to my usual weight of 143 l ': j
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box at Sidney Kahn's' drug store. No. I this impressionist writer, however, my family and find it to be all that is open water naturally presents practical pounds. J. LUTHER JOHNSON. ,, il
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, PUBLIC SALE..There 9 South !Palafox SU.' 1 felt relieved relates to Mr. Gladstone. On the claimed for it-a most wholesome, delicious -, problems In the housing of men. Cleburne,Tex*'
I after taking a few doses and before I I Grand Old'Man's one and only visit to beverage. When made and After tha negro laborers have clearedout :
I i bidder on will Tuesday be offered October to the 16th.highest 1906. finished the third box'l was oompletely -I I Dublin be was interviewed by the ecs served according to direction It is the dense tropical jungle on the KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATtN.D.1ttTal F;

, at 10 a. m.. at the office of Robert"wmler cured. I am perectly'well and centric press man Mr. Gladstone, at certainly delightful and refreshing."I uninhabited islands, the constructioncrews '
&: Co. J31 Brent bulldln for healthy as far as my kidneys. are concerned. the conclusion of have read carefully pro Daven- of white men of various nationalities 'wu.ru.awawuy. !I ,MAKES THE nMrr f ; t
the, a somewhat amusing tlaf* [ '
1 German rountof bark whom Marie it her may tackle concern and ap- ." array ,of port's analysis of Fostum Food Cof- arrive. On the land they live nu.w s..la..t.>J STOMACH [ o. cw.trs \ .
jarel.\ vessel to be taken by purchaser to"L For sale by all dealers; Price 50 questions very courteouslyexpsesssd fee, as printed on the pkg., which I in temporary wooden houses, or in I '
) :, condition and position she now lies cents. iPostef-MUtxrrn' Co., .Buffalo Ms pleasure at meeting"thebtarSswar. most heartily endorse. I have been some cases in- well arranged tents, f ". I I'
"m also be sold at the same time of about tanro New-'York, sole,agents-for the United The latter, In a bigh state prescribing It1' to my patients. each in a favorable location on firm
3-<0oo( now superficial on board feet consisting of pitch pine sawn States. : of deMgbt, mid with enthusiasm,--lb.8 The Dr. Is right and there's a reason ground. The water for cooking and : ':

I 'umber. Terms of sale cash. -Remember the itlrauelDoana-and pleasure to mutual Mr. Gladstone, but 'Read the little.boofct 'be Road FOR SALE BY HOOTON'S PHARMACY.

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i r PAGE FOUR THE _PEN.SA'COL' :.10URNA1.:; ,WEDNESDAY MO.NING.; OCTOBER, i ;,1tOLrO'

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when they were twenty-four millions,, 1874 eighty-five ,millions, and ,in, 1895

z 'I In 1904 they were twenty millions.. Beventyeightmillions.., The year '-

3fe j3enacohtantat< a SOME SHOR'r' then during the war period they 1003. however, made a. record slightly -

dropped as low as eight and a quarter higher than that of 1874, the total

millions, but in 1900 again crossedthe val1re-of imports from.,Cuba in 1905

<:: t''ST T'C': STORIESThe twenty-million mile being in being ,$86,304,259.: In 1906 the fiscal

3'. DAILYi WEEKLY. SUNDAY. that year twenty-six and a half million year Just ended, the value; of imports
n u $84,979,831, a.
deBars, *la 1993""l they again Into the Island was

i., PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAYs dropped to a little less than twenty- slight! decrease as compared with-
story of thegreat phosphateboom _
two mJlionsi In 1904, twenty-eeven. 1905
: ...BY... in Marion county of 15 odd minions; in 1965 thirty-eight millions The increase in shipments to Cuba

years ago, when men went crazy over and n 1906 $47,763,688. In imports says tie Weekly! while visible in

I THE JOURNAL COMPANY. their '"prospects," and the Ocala the gain is ,less strongly marked. many articles: occurs chiefly in manufactures -

: House looked like the New York Prior: to 189J the value of the imports : of Iron and steel of which

fe{ Stock Exchange on a field day, has into the United States from Cuba the, total exports to the ,island were

FRAN ft L. MAYES. President and General Manager never yet been told. When it is, If ranged In most years from .fifty to 879,648 in 1906, against.? $6,164,908'

}t will be found to be a story with seventy-five million dollars being In In 1905 .. '

g : MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. plenty of "ginger," some pathos, and

amount of romance. The following -
.' any 1qILicvwi
Ift:
.
.
r; paragraph from the Ocala Star usn .

t\r SUBUCRIPTION RATES smacks of the bygone days, when for. .. .

f On Tear .. .. ..... ....$ CO 'One Month .., .. .. .. 45 tunes were to be had-and lost-a'- I PBNSACOLAI tL_

,:: Six Months .. .. .. .. .. '2 50 One Week... ., ,.. .. .. .... 10 I most for the asking: -"Hunting for deposits -:.. ZSAID .
Three Months.. .. .. ?,. 1,.25 Weekly Edition:per year.$1 CO of phosphate is still on the : I.---

I move and now and then there are, AND PBNSACQLIANSIOur
SL.u I
I lucky finds. One of the most fortunate -

e The Only Penaacola Newspaper from Which. a Detailed. I came to a man (we ,have forgotten 1 gqgum

Circulation Statement Can De Secured. : his nam") near Zolfo, In DeSoto n.

: county, a few weeks ago, It was on a

I 40-acre( tract that some man had built "Mak -Up." race. He is a man of pleasing address QaTh -

5'"Portal Rooms 38 I _T:1: : Papers on Sale on Trains I a house on, intending to improve it, Sam B. Rnss, the philosopher, is of marked ability and wide experience -
rBO"1BusInessOtVce1S0O I 'I I but fortune beckoned him elsewhere. and and those who know him ?COM
| contributing bright poetry proseto
.
and at all News Stands.
;HOE
: I He was anxious to sell at $400. The The Pensacola Journal, paper, bj best say he would make a model gov 'To.
man who made the,discovery was not in ernor. He is strictly speaking a WAS
the
i -- --- I way, which is progressive every FOR MENThe
burdened with this world's goods so the born and he
I makc-up.- Floridian to manner
department of its splendid
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intend'ncia and DeLuna Sts.
he confided his good luck to a friend, lives inVest Florida :a, section that

I who advanced him the money with EschangeS. has not had a representative in the "Friedman Shoe Maker"

tho understanding that,he should have I Hustler Hogeboom.Our Gubernatorial chair since Perry ,served k "- *_
i PENSACOLA, -FLORIDA' WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 10, 1906. LEC'rUR3No.6
an interest in the purchase. .The genial friend Ai Hodgeboom in that capacity eighteen years' "

T trade was made, the deeds passed and I formerly traveling representative of ago The people of West Florida After cathngcut joning the dozen or more Parts of

'of families rendered destitute by the then the finder made known his dis- The Pensacola Journal lifted up the claim, that all things being equal,,-4 eachsboeandcIectiDgthcpropcrLastthe Shoe is ready for

,', Contract Work on storm. covery. and on investigation phosphate light of his genial countenance on us I they should have the governor next the "Laster.' Most of this Work on the "ATLANTIC"

the Panama Canal. '. i The Journal: ever in front In all I rapidly people to buy of It.that The section bids advanced became last week. Mr. Hodgeboom informs time. For these and other reasons I Shoe is done by-Hand assisted by a Machine that grips the

... The decision of' the administration! i iI that concerns Pensacola, at an early rapidly from' $500 to $8,000, but as the I Journal us that to he go has'into resigned the concrete from manufacturing The-I it is thought strong Mr.candidate Jennings.-,Live will- be Oak avery Vamp (lining,and all) and pulls it, "tightly" over the Last,

4 to Panama canal I date headed a list with a liberal donatIon owners' pric Is $16,000, there Is a lull. business at Panama City. Democrat. after which it temporarly tacked until the Sole is ready to
complete the by con
all who
and calling on" were
In negotiations, but those conversant I *, attached. Notawrintle in the .
The Journal's loss Is greaf gain to be Lining, not a wrinkle
a
: tract work will be generally com- able to rally to the aid of the desti- with the pebble value of the land 1 -
say Panama City$ for Ai ,Hodgeboom Is a I No, Hardly Thomas. the Foot n wrinkle under the Arch-thats the
)nended by those ,who have followed tute, soon :had a long list of cash do- it is only a question of time when across ,
hustler Yet his The Pensacola Journal refers to I
from back.
nations. a away result of the cuuscientioua Vferk done by Menand
The of events on the Isthmus $16,000 will be handed over. to the Democrat's insane and all- my. the
:progress hustling is of that quiet, unobtsrusive "the True ,
Such true nobility of heart and mind present : modern Machines1 Method*in use.
owners.
tad It is to be hoped that the con- amid scenes of desolation and woe yet persistent character that wins consuming dislike for the state a'd-
"
pacts wIH t'be let without delay andJhe lends tinore than a silver lining to the In reminiscences of the good old friends along life's'pathway. We predict -- ministration." Now, wouldn't that thiwn See tte by new,Leading Fall aDd Retail Winter Dealers Styles in every"ATLANTIC"town. ,Take no other.Shoes

work pushed to successful completion dark clouds of eorrow'that.envelope. ::; days, which are now running in the'Tampa as well as,wish a grand successto Jar you'-Lake City SC Index. i '
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in the storm-smitten scene. It is a Tribune Bob Davis dwells at Mr. Hodgeboom in his new enterprise I
the shortest of time.
space bright and glorious evidence that the some length upon the late Columbus .-Carrabelle Advertiser. ..." .. .. "Sawing Wood." I ffriedib.on
; The history of the Panama ditch ,* 45 The papers are still booming Hon.! ?
brotherhood of man is not merely a Drew-who. by the way was the man :
has been anything but savory and tinder sentimental effervescence, but a glorious who In 1S35:; established the famous "One of the Best. T. A. Jennings, of Pensacola for the
The Carrabelle. Advertiser is, one governorship. In the meantime he b A COMTWUEO SUCCESS rOIl $1'YEA1lS" fMUS
the :DeLessups It
management reality. Jacksonville house of the H. &; W. B l fti4AR C CTt MODS IN IQOOO HAS SOCH'A EECOKDt OA.
was the means of impoverishing hundreds The hearts of Carrabelle beat intender Drew Co. Besides being a good, all- of the best and brightest weekly I sawing wood and saying, nOthing.l- .
z. papers that comes to The Journals Palatka Times-Herald. i _I-z
of families in France who Invested sympathy with our sister city. round business man Mr. Drew was a VU.J:1
exchange table.-Pensacola JournaL
poet of low
no degree as be
may
I
their all the representations The above Some Good Ones.
upon Freddy Gebhardt is again married seen from the following specimen of commendation coming
The Pensacola Journal has been
of the promoters. While under from such a high source is enough to
and when the Jersey Lily heard of it his\\verse: '
editions
getting out
''the management of the United States "Columbus Drew lovable make any young:: -editor fel proud some magnificient How Our Acme Double Flint
I she refused to express,an opinion on was,a gen- but our chief desire and .covering the storm which wrought
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greatest
ambition
{government it is not possible for the I the grounds that it was useless to tleman.his manner His gentle nature affable was kindly and is that we may be found worthyof I such havoc in that city. If one were Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels .

;people to be directly robbed, as was : "dig up old bones" and that "any fected. and unaf it. Thanks, brother.-CarrabeHa .to judge by'the completeness and the
He was an Incessant reader neatness of that paper the damage Is made from the best Wool Felt. 4 I
:the case under French management i woman is entitled to more than one Advertiser. -
contributor
a to '
magazine literature, in Pensacola would seem insignificant Saturated and coated under a new procesy with Asphalt '-
it is possible for the governmento i lover." Even in her, old age ,Mrs. and an art critic of no mean ability C S -Miami News. Is a rubber-like (densely compressed), Roofing Felt. ;
Rather lurid. Coated on both sides with Silicate- ti
: squander immense sums in work :Laugtry seems to be the same old LiL A number of poems composed by him =, t I Resists the action of vapor, acids and fire.

: that could be better done by contractors went the rounds of the American The scenes at Pensacola during the Far From Ruined. Not affected by heat or cold. :JuLit.
.'
Dowie has had a five boar vision, press. When the seaports of the recent storm will never be forgottenby One of the greatest losses of the- The roofing that never leaks. 4s -
working under government: su South those who witnessed them Easily affixed. -'L1r- I'
were blockaded said
during the storm at Pensacola Is fishing in- '
war The experience of twenty it to be the best ,
and ,as a consequence ,demands one years proves j
pervision. and we found ourselves not only unable Captain Norris, who is in charge ,ot dustry-the greatest on the gulf coast Ready Roofing on the market. J 'b'
The :people of the United States million dollars of the faithful In- to buy clothes from abroad the"Salvation Army corps of that city The buildings, wharves and vessels of Put up in rolls 32 Inches wide and 40 feet 6 Inches bug -

want the canal constructed and are cidentally* the faithful, should be wherewith to clothe our soldiers, and and who is visiting- this city. "At the three big wholesale shippers,, containing 108 square feet, wrapped In heavy casing. -

becoming somewhat impatient at the 'thankful that Elijah ,III ,didn't ,remainIn without factories or spindles to spin times the wind, was blowing at the Saunders & Co., Warren &. Co., and APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. :a ,.
or looms to, weave it the spinning rate of 100 miles. per ,hour and it Hoist & C.o, have been destroyed,
endless red tape that has been wound the visionary state any longer, or wheels of our grandmothers wer looked ,as if all,of_ the water was going though some, of the vessels may be 3-. Ply,"80, Ibs. per roll, complete. $! fei

around the project and the apparent ,it might have been two milion. brought down from the garrets and to be bloWout of.the sea. The floated. The "good will" of these 2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, complete.

put into use. This gale would,.take ap larg vessels! ana firms is left'to
: inability of the canal commission to inspired Mr. Drew them, together perhaps
get the work started in such' a, manner Chicago felt the force of the recent to write that rhythmic swinging blow them out on the dry land. One with such cargoes of fish as they had 1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete.

hurricane, although it was not severe poem, the first verse of'which ran: very ,large ,ship came in .a few yards afloat It is one of the tremenduous Samples and Full Particulars Free. ;
that would justify belief in their '
: there. The Windy City couldn't afford 'Out of the- garret out of the barn of my house and :was finally left hiea strokes at Pensacola's prosperity she Also S. 2 and 1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and.

I ability to eventually construct it. to let a blow like that go by Summoned am I to my duty: and dry over a ;mile from the port. suffered in, that storm. Her fishing Insulating Paper.Carolina 1 1

The problem can 'be solved by parcelIng -' Long set aside with my lusterless The loss of property ,will amount to industry prooably not "ruined," f
without laying claim to at least a little over five million dollars. Portland Cement Co. 1
out the work to contractors !yarn, The peopleof event It is badly crippled. Busi- ,

2 compelling them to give bond for thesatisfactory of it. Robbed of my fabric of beauty, the city are rajtjylng: ,noblj and the ness men generally have the energy .Atlanta, Ca. : f<
I'm summoned to situation: is being met with great to rise superior to
come with a whir : any calamity and -
It i said that "Governor Broward < 1
performance of their du bravery.itile
and a hum. every citizen of that we hope and believe it will be so in ,

ties. fairly sweats data upon, the drainage With a voice like the flying of chaff town has suffered more or less by the this case.-:Jacksonville Times-Union. (

Another matter that will adjust it question." His opponents, ,when they From some mighty machine that the storm they are all working together DOOOOOOooooooooo_ _ > ooOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooo, -

: feelf If the work .is given out to contractors tackle him on the platform, generally grain may be clean- to relieve the want ani suffering of Almost.
Tis but me and my mighty the others and upbuild P nsacola.Birmingh"am ."- The sentiment in favor of T. A. Jew The Watterson Glamour E
is the labor problem. With sweat blood. ,, '
distaff. Ledger. nlngs as a candidate for governor is
conractors doing the :work the government _* : JF' almost as unanimous
debates as that of Bryan
Drainage are becoming so -
will be relieved of alt responsibility ",, M-HHH Beard's Little Bill. for President-DePuniak Breeze. Atlanta Journal E Eooooooooo
numerous that It begins to look as -J i
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Hon. John S S
in the premises excepting to S. Beard, State Senate -
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thought opponents of the project had # AN APPEAL from Escambia Brought oooo'oooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOODODOOOODOOOO W
eee that the work Is well done, an4 it FROM MOBILE county, intends to In Everything.The
determined to talk it to death. troduce a Bill in 'the next legislatun Pensacola Journal, of Thurs-
; will make little or no difference what' #' New Orleans States.) questioning the legality of the'! 15th! day, remarked: "The annual equinoxnow
kind ot labor is secured to do IL It Taft has been christened "the amendment to the Constitution of the knocks at our doors." It A great impression was created by should he demur or caviL Happilv

: is a fact that the work of digging the strong man of the administration." 'I$ --$ .$ ;t.1YJ United States, or the bill will h. to have come in. tEat day, bringing seems the act of Henry Watterson in intro no, cashier has been taken off sudden
equivalent ducing W. J. Bryan ,to the latter'saudlenceat ly nor, on' the other hand,' have the
to the
!big ditch is such that no white man From a physical standpoint, he is undoubtedly An appeal has come from Mobile pass a measure that.depriving He proposes the t, doors with'It.Jacksonville Louisville! the old Ken- owners of the newspaper been impo-

5 can stand It and, this being the case, the champion. for assistance in the 'Way of providing the right to vote. In care negroof such- TimesUnion.TO tucky editor's reconciliation with the erished. This story is the usual answer .

if the canal is to be finished it Is done. it Nebraskan proving verj? dramatic and to the Whaf-is-Watersons-salan ;
: : ever During the next' six months we will the necessities of )Lfa for those will of course, Tbe taken to LEWIS ZIM.
unexpected. After holding aloof ten question, because it invests the Idol'
Is to those in charge to laborers who lost the United, States supreme court
get
up so heavily>
by the Gettln'
probably hear about as much regarding recent when the legality of Fixed. years Watterson accepted Bryan as ized Wa.ttersonWith a personality exalted -

: that can do the work. Of course, Oyster Bay as we do regarding storm that swept over that city last ment will be tested.the' 15th Mr. amend' The watermelon's gone the leader of Democracy but reservedthe above. the mere sordidness of
Beard
BS in other government ,work, the &-op s.. week. Mayor Behrman and the Progressive claims that this amendment was illegally : But the tater's in the ground, right to dlaagree.with him on politics salary.
Union And will soon be on the table, of which right.he availed himself
; eight hour rule should apply, and have taken up the adopted and should he succeed
!: there is no question but that citizens Labor being after the scalp of Uncle matter and it is estimated that some in proving his contentions in the mat The With possum, fat and browned. after the meeting by announcing his *, MHH
persimmon's
$15,000 is needed from New ter he on the bough, disbelief in government t ownership of '
Cannon him Oilcans, will be one of the *
Joe It'mai cause con- big
men of -
of the United States will be giveir the and our charitably disposed the And time Is on the Jump, railroads as an issue '
citizens
country- JOURNAL'S
preference if they desire employmentIn siderable labor: to hang on to his job are asked to contribute that amount Marfanna* Courier. So we're. gettin' fixed for somfort. In spite of his years, 66, Watterson'I *HOUSEWARMING THE EDITION.

% We deem.it to be ma seems to loose none of his vigor although eS
the construction of the canal The "good old summer time" fiend almost superfluous Needs No.Such Frills. Great ,
to say. that the amount needed ought The Chipley Banner big hedoo's not write as much as ,;1 ;:.;
i
is skinning around these mornings to assures thi!? Lump.
be promptly contribute. supposed. He has been engaged in
Pensacola Equal md, that paper that :Miss Bell whose
trying to dig up last year's: overcoat: it will be quickly mde up. New It Is to print nice business -Sam B. Russ, in Pensacola Journal editorial work ever' since the war, In I 'One of the Grandest.
things about Jess '
to the Occasion. Orleans has so often ]be}n the recip Idlans in Flor-. so, and which he was a Confederate staff officer Last Sunday's Pensacola Journ: '
general did
not refer to At The season's
that the call in lent of Jumpin on us
Notwithstanding generous sympathy from large- torney-General and las not been:over-exerting was one of the grandest exhibits )f
-R The wonderful recuperatIve powers bell has rung, the festive straw hat hearted neighbors and friends, that would make Florida Ellis as the one who.1 With Its whiffs. and starts and himself in latd.years. His rest usual- daily journalism ever seen in t. ;-

t- tf Pensacola, as demonstrated by the is still In evidence. we can fully appreciate tht satisfac She referred an excellent governor whirls, ly takes' the form of extensive travelin state, and most forcibly illustrates o'"
When
the Banner jack fit for
says rabbit's eatln' '
lion
City's rapid recovery from the effects that comes from duty so performed. to Mr. T. A. Jennings. And very easy stages! which allow for only the growth of a great city 'n
The the woods
New,, York 'Republicans may not be Sympathy' Is the sweetest, the plain mister! Idea! AI are full of squirrels; leisurely sightseeing and letter- writ material prosperity, but also '
of the hurricane,. have been widely If Mr. Jennings And Mbb White changes whistle
most beautiful thing in the world expects 1 ing. He loves, to growth of a newspaper when ,*:i
In old world
; linger :,
able to do so plentifully for Mr. to be in this be And the
running will gobbler's at
commented upon, but it is particularly and bound together as humanity Is, append have to And his best, nooks and write.. about "them in at I'I ducted by a superior knowledge )tall

:- pleasing to Pensacollans to know Hearst aifter alL when one community suffers a telepaThic would "Colonel"something to his name. How With venison the soon be eaten gamut that extends from his impres- that Is requisite to attain suer- ,-

that Florida cities and towns appreciate The football poet is !at the bat and almost shock of pain and sorrow is Times. do!-Apalachlcola. blest. good things served the sions of the comer fnrlf seller in Yen Such is Frank L.'Mayes, the great "

Instantly communicated to all ice to the oLd wprld problems of state, newspaper man in the state, if not
the greatness of the Deep Water beautiful other C But the time that seems most joyous .
t the snow fiend patiently members of the great human all spiced with -, ,charactmstlcKentucky the south.
some
I Citj and the fact that its recent experience awaits his turn. family. ,It seems but yesterday whea That "Demmtion Grind.? -
will but an Incentiveto New Orleans was receiving tihe Sam B. Russ, formerly on the staff When the frost Is In the air. story of.reminiscence. A "Hummer."
prove sympathy Every once:in awhile there is
of the And the golden fruit Is a vestige -
H fl ;1ii of the world In large Jacksonville Times-Union Ip goldenest '
still achievements. .Commenting measure And of a boom .for Watterson for The "House Warming edition
greater now we're climbin'
..- i.I because of the visitation of pssti grinding out editorial matter fOlThe' the golden The Pensacola Journal Js a 'i'''* "
upon the storm at Pensacola Jt> PENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY. l nce; then San Francisco's awful Pensacola Journal. Mr. Russ i stair- president or something, but this "
? usually starts home [mer. It is one,of the most ex"
outside Ids
Advertiser has the I calamity one of the most Is when'the yanks pile on us. state,
The Carrabelle staggered the world and original writers In th i sue editions' in '
ever printed
gave opportunity for the state, and it is safe to i By train loads day by day where it Is- well .known that his long ,I
following to say:, t By Sam B. Russ. generosityof say that he will enjoyed state, comprising five section*
And leave the golden sheckles freedom' from the restrictions
make
mankind the
upon a scale more gigan. editorial of The "
page Journal eight filled over
struck pages each to
that
destructive storm
The 'Fore they or obligations of office is his most
'
tic
tr "HM ..ta than has ever before been known. sparkle.-Polk County Record. I with well "
lag written articles
last week :
; Pensacola was -- prized
: and environs Careto possession, one to which he of-
To-dav It is Mobile and Pensacola *' SNot ,
the worst ever known by the oldest Go ten 'reverts-In hi& editorials with feeling cerning the past. present and ft*
our neighbors chastened So away.
by the Bad
handof as All That. '
of the EJHayes ;:
Deep WaterCity
:
inhabitants. While from what we Lewis ZIm in the St. Augustine and perhaps .tonchlof: old school
Providence and suffering for human From the '
Men who take all they can getS are meagre reports now given Is to be congratulated i-
rate
far the death Meteor.
have ,learned so sympathy and brotherly help. It Is: impossible 'estimate importance. But even,at home thereIs
; but the de- naturally able to take their too. the horri sort the publication in every. res per
was comparatively light ease, Let us supply them quickly and In the tie destruction from the a glamdur1 about Wattersonthat
Gainesville Sun.
Pensacola
Good '
"For
1::. fctniction of property and business interests most generous spirit with all. that storm. Some figures give fivp million Wishes Good People. many public men envy, even

was terribly heavy. The I The men who succeed in the world they may need. dollars as a conservative valuation. Lewis Zim, your little hymn though it Is too,'elusive for them to The Pensacola J'nal.The .

: Journal estimates the' losses all the are the men who work, for themselves. Mobile and New Orleans also Was apropos and sprightly; understand. % Pensacola Journals h"

I way from three to five million dol- --ift :a"ft' '" heavy sufferers.-Jacksonville were Flor- I And may you always In the wim, The great secret of 'Air, Watterson's' warming edition of 43 pages has
Sing; in forever life' is the salary ,he No ,
lars. The secret of success In politics is I idian. brightly. gets. one received and looked over with "
The, fishing business is! practically COMMERCE WITH: CUBAN '*, You know our soil-you know our knows how much it island therefore est. The Is highly crcd
paper
to let the other fellow IJennings
do the *
talking "
idestroyed for the present- clime; popular fancy put it very high.
: In Live Oak. and should be a source of much <-
L The mills and various manufactories & (Tampa Tribuxw.) Hon. T. A. Jennings of Likewise, our state's, conditions- evef, a favorite:.. tradition in How-I to Editor Mayes and his capat
; Pensacola
especially along the bay front,' The average man fears losing his was a visitor to':Live Oak :And also know: : every time.Our papers circles Is; that he' sistants A liberal adrcr -
; 1-
to destruction. Job whereas losing his ; < yesterday Petty politicians. any stated salary-be, Just drifts I ,
wa9 swept grip is the and while here met a number of his into I Ithe patronage testifies to the proT
; All the ,wharves, except the Mus- real danger.. Commerce cf the United States friends. Mr; Jenninsrs is I I mind we well, not long ago. counting room of the Courier-Jour! of The Journal It la one of
practically destrpjed, prominently You ran "The Datii iFepper," nal whenever he feels like it and goes'throu.fl South's : > *
: cogee, were' I- with Cuba in the fiscal year just spoken of as candidate for I most progressive newspz:
the latter suffered severe dam governor I And Id your best and lost your rest .the forn\ bf asking for the Bnalngham! Age-Herald,
t and All men know that ,Paradise really ended was greater than In any earlier and his friends believe that he would To make it a
highstepper contentsof thecash
'
U ages.The exists somewhere because year of the trade relations betweenthe make a very strong candidate. He I As well becomes'a man whose alms blithely' drawer and departs
a heavy they miss; to:raak it No. 178
Phone
railroad
: I* & N. was Unite. States and that island. has thousands of friends scattered all Are : go as far as

; loser by the storm's ravages. It will it so. Harper's, Weekly observes that this. over Florida who would'go .their t:I And here high is as hoping yours that are, Lewis claims; he the can. Fartof th (1 gend Is that: Is Now Working.
your cashierwpui
.probably require several months to is particularly true of exports. The length" for him should he enter the May equal what Jbe; instantly struck
due
is!
H repair the damages. The trestle.over Human happiness too often resembles Imports from the island fell, slightly your dead bfan outraged. providence SolCahn-&Co.

Escambia bay was greatly damaged a beautiful gem that has been, below those of 19Q5 due to the fall T.

t and. perhaps, will have to be re-built spoiled ,in the cutting. in the price of susar.! but the exportsto

But, notwithstanding aa this destruction the Island were 25 per cent great-
ct' desolation and woe, Pensa- It's a wise reporter that knows his er than In 1904 and about 120 .T>CT

noble'old Pensacola has owns "story" when the managing editor .- cent greater than In, 1903 The remenina for
v cola,- grand, j Women. 5MEaual
gets through with it. r
3' arose grandly to the occasion and srowth in the exoorts to Cuba dur- Only

4 declining all outside aid, her noble. The man who walks the floor with hi'c recent years has been very rap-: !
S citizens toj ti.: The value of export to that
trave-heartsd, propose
abby'allnightnq longer wonders at
island had never reached the 2().m1l.
-: louse, feed and clothe the hundreds ; the activity": of our divorce courts. line -
lion-dollar until the .
year 1903, to any SI.OO
) preparation on, th -m.. rket.:


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THE PENSACOLA- .JOURNAL- ..- ... -WEDNESDAY.. -- MORNING_ OCTOBER, ., -_ 10, 1906.- PAGE FYE' t
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: Storm:and Rain .< .

PERTH A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many ).

9. BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD the cause of many a Dread DIseases-Intelligent Women Prepare 4 .: j r, t'

: can be

Telephone: 3a After 3 P. M. I following cured guaran-by AMOOY for it.: Two_ Relate their Experiences. : : i

s at 25 cents The"change of life"is _:: "j- '
_
the most critical ., ..
period :
WI mmt1 For. cold!in the .head- of a woman's existence, as pGN10'I vbtr ; t;I, .;r

Cold Tablets Cough I and the anxiety'felt by : : '

WEDDING I HA YN E5-DOOLEY.THIS MORNING. ,The Journal's Daily
Every woman who
_
#a '
Float Togetherin neglects the care of her -C ,,-f.e ,i 'I
health at this time invites '" .
take place at St.. Mlcheal rectory this; S : PHARMACY Yard. disease and pain.When 41 *z t 'tt.' a ...
Wrecking
e
I -
corning\ at eight o'clock. The cere her system is in ; : -.

mon will be witnessed by only ,the p1a.co of Prompt'Delivery a' deranged condition, :' a.: :.
relatives and intimate friends of the or she is predisposed to 4 fs .
eoutracting'parUes. Phone 1100. _Perth Amboy N. X, Has a ship apoplexy or congestion 3 s -1: j .'
t
The maid of honor will.be Miss ,In- graveyard, where vessels Incapacitated of any organr the tendency ::4, 1 ,

p Torkelsen, a girlhood'friend of the \ by old age or accident end'their is at this period' _,. a -tti.. /
bride, and the best man will be Mr. likely to become active o ., -
Gasque Suarez. -- -.:. -, careers either by being torn up and II -and with host-of nervous s =1 h0 ,.' !'
sold for firewood, or, what .
seems irritations
bride wilLwear,
The pretty a pearlirbite make't ..
silk beautifully trimmed In d worse to a seaman, being reduced in I IrankTand'dtgmty life a burden. At J :t

aplique and lace and Miss Torkelsen, to do the cheaperand time, also cancers- and ''s"F">f ,-.{
attractive bridesmaid I Iwill tumors are more liable'k
the be dirtier jobs\ of a busy shipping \ :
to form and their
drM"d"; in white chiffon with val lace begin t i.
OFTHE port' destructive. work.
.
rjamings STORMMilton '
Miss Louise Dooley is one of Pensacola's In this graveyard lie the bodies of Such as warning sense of symptoms suffo. o ,t. a :y

most popular young ladies \ ( IndaL) vessels stripped :of their rigging and catlonhotflashesheadashes o ;'-1'

tnd numbers her friends by the people begin to talk of the machinery. They are in all stages of backaches dread i 't '
ccnr.-. Mr. Charles Haynes the young : the for dissolution. The skeletons and back } :"t
1 1f reasons the caty of impending,timidity $ d .
groom, is a trusted and valued" emrovee the past few months we bones ,float together at Madison and sounds in the ears, i -t -- .Y=:, 'to t tt ,!
>: at the L. &, N. freight depot many different opinions as Brighton avenues. To add to the palpitation of the heart d 4 J t .

,':Tehe has been for sbmetime. different classes of people. grewsomness of the scene nearly aU sparks before,the eyes, 0 j :4 .!
The presents received the old hulls are charred and blackened 4S0 ; f
the
: by hapm of people say it is the irregularities constipation Q 4
couple were very tasteful and of God visited upon the by fire.. An accident' on the variable appetite: ptt A 08ut otatCiiEOD p { "
pretty, many being of cut-glass .and punish them for their sins. night of the Fourth of July last year weakness, inquietude, ".'

!sdver.A':I I a libel ,upon the Almighty. started the blaze. The funeral pile and dizziness are I Mrs.AEG.Hyland ,
wedding breakfast will be giventhe I a visitation upon the people made such a plaze .that the whole promptly heeded by intelligent ,4"3:
bridal party at the home of the \ harbor was lighted. women who are 0
I \ sins wewould of none but aoauoia awwoeno amaio 1001in i
trill "s parents. There is an interesting feature approaching the period
punished. ..
Mr and .Mrs. Haynes will go immediately -. being Instead about the fire The General Slocumb, life when woman's. wrote. you for advice and commenced '.
to housekeeping at 13 North numberless Christian wo the scene "of the horrible disaster of may be expected. r with Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegw ;
innocent children among directed, and I am : "
Compound as you
RPUS Street followed by the best :We near of several cnurch- North Brother Island two summers Lydia E.Piak&am' :i to MI j that aU those. distra.mg*jv<*p* ;
tubes of all who know them, for a I II homes being damaged ago, was towed into the basin and pound was prepared to left me and I have pawed aafely through t .. .
tag and happy wedded life escaped the boneyard by becoming a of woman's system of life, a well woman. I am .
,
of the vile- ,the .
-. one as peo barge. The' Ill-fated old hulk is now period of her life. It your medicine to all my .
A LOW DOWN TRICK.It Tile-reaorts being hurt. used in that capacity on the Delaware. strengthens the female ."-Mrs.Annie E.G.Hyland Chester r ,
'
is said :that a man in a neigh- the Ruler of ThIngS has Some of its coal,."dirty coal" as it Is builds up the weakened W.

boring town recently resorted to the I ; in all these inflictions He called, streaked with chemicals and For special advice Another Woman's Cave., i -

- meanest trick on record to get his : 3 the people but one en refuse scraped out of the vessel's portant, period.women change of life words cannot u. ,
= wife to dig up1"the garden. He went from what 'the goody hold, was left behind on the pier. It write to Mrs. Pinkham what I suffered. My phyiiaaa said t "
- out with a spade andfa hoe and after give Him credit for. It is thought that the Fourth bt July fire and it will furnished a cancerous condition of the female] -
One I read some of the tettfa :
day
searching around for a while he wentto sliow how good some of the started through spontaneous combustion of charge; The of women who had been cured b* h
the house to wash off a dime anda : but how good some of the of this coal. is the daughter-in-law E. Pinkham1 Vegetable Compound, .
quarter. Back to the, garden,he are not counted so good When a ,vessel reaches a stage ham her assistant rile"I Conn"I decided to try it and to write you fo a '

went whistling"The Good Old Summer f : where it Is unfit for service it is and for twenty-five Your medicine made me a well -. ..
Time. Presently he 'came back' over the list of contributors negotiated for by the owner of 'the advice has 'been ", and all my bad symptoms mea .'T s.

again. This time he showed another t relief funds. See the graveyard or bought at auction. Thenit women. every woman at this period of lif. 1
quarter 'and marked that he could marked "Ghah"'and ask any"- ia towed on Its last Journey, perhaps Read what Lydia E. your medicine and write you for ad afford to take a nag; fie t had made I "cash" and not the name docked for the last time and pound did for Mrs. "-Mm Lizzie Hinkle,Salem. Ind. .>t -' :'

enough for one day anyhow. When The'writer. of this once gradually Knocked to pieces.. Its obit- HInkle: : Lydia E. Pinkhanrt Vegetable ..
he woke (?))41s wife had the wholelot a petition for relief and nary is printed In the Marine Journalas Dear Mrs Pb1khamI :-' did for Mrs. Hyland and f t (} >:
dug up. She had not found a Cloth coat for a small boy. made crochet or why. an Item of "port news." bad been Hinkle it will do for other women '. ;- ; "
offering .
cent-Dallas (Ga.) New Era. with three circular capes. The little each cape Pensacola fishermen don't The various parts of the ship and the organs for yean and time of life. f" t- .
garment had a round turnover collarof stitched outside !help. They say its furnishings are sold and If they the change of life My has conquered pain, restored :; l
life ,
A DOUBLE CHRISTENING velvet and was single-breasted but stitched take care of their own peo are in good condition they frequently swollen; my stomach WM ; and prolonged in cases that '

AT.ST. MICHAEL'S.Last toning down the front with large depth. I Is a whole pile of Chris bring good prices., Boilers and propelling spells sick headac&e*,and' baffled physicians .-
sA '''Sunday, at St. Michael's J that statement. machinery and such other Ljdla> E PbUtasrs Succeeds: Where Others EeL t f:.J"I ;

church, there was a double christen-, Johnson, a turpentine opera parts of= a boat as are of nautical _________n_--- -- :,- ._I
ing of ,two pretty babies. One was in Virginia.. :Mr.. Coston's friends in i I Mrs. county was a heavy loser value are installed in many cases in / .j't;;
the little son of Mr. and :Mrs. John Pensacola will ,be pleased to learn f glad to storm and several of Ills other boats. Dining tables cabin fur SCHOOL BOOKS. 'J k:
Massey the other"the baby daughterof that he was much benefltted in health i also to were rendered destitute. niture, gas fixtures and such furnish- !
'Mr. and Mrs. James White. The by his vacation. Mr. Coston and his i cola again.Miss the commissary and gave ings may: go to a hotel or restaurantThe and School Supplies, Bags, Straps Scholars Companion, Sponges Slates Pencils, '.. '. ., f.
t'
i Tablets Erasers, Rulers Drawing Pencils Book Knap-Sackt for Ink Pens, \'l '
cousins and with will 'for the present be the Boys; } r-
bahlos only a[mother .
are free to .all! who needed it general wreckage Is' sold for fire Penholders. All Text Books sold at publisher's prl ea. Store Jammed full of i '
few' daystlifference: in their'birthdays. 'guests of Captain and Mrs. John L. Miss may not be a professor wood. School Supplies. t t i

Although of sueh tender,\'ages, it issaid ,Pinney. are practices the true Christian :Many boats like the General Slo Coeo1.: J .: .
that they conducted: themselvesas i' Newton. comb; do not meet the fate of total
a little lady and.gentleman should, Mr. Albert H. White, of the American ;
I Peter Tomasella of Robin dismemberment. They leave the New Brent Building. Phone 235. '.
through the trying ordeal of ,National Bank bas returned froma ,
being
Miss, lost'lleavily' by the storm graveyard, however. In an altered t .
christened vacation trip to Atlanta and various spending losing from twelve to guise to start upon a new career. But Pensacola Fla. October 7 1906. t
,
The boy was given the name of points in .Alabama. f
.JJJLHoTsl Greenville dollars. As soon as the change Is never for the better. ,
John Blackpool and tEe baby girl
cousin They are always forced to adopt some
get ,tie people together tie : t
was named Miriam Theo. Mrs. John Price and kittle Edna will : !
returned left Inferior form A fine white
in the largest house passenger
the to Mobile this week to visit Mrs.Price's \
After the chistening go
ceremony -
Grande. steamer end Its
may days as a grimy
-4he school house-charter
rarty was served a delightful lunch daughter Mrs. Jack Ross. coal barge towed up and down the
of) \ They will be absent*several weeks. hand brought provisions
at theiresiaence 3fr. and Mrs. John Miss harbor from which It took thousandsof
Massey. ,. from a travelers. One almost thinkof r 1 j'lDo :
- Jars.. F. N. .Blownt, of Oak Grove, where she are lessons that, should be the can October Weddings
its
in the from these occurrences. poor thing burying head In
Miss PattIe ''Holden has returned Ala., aunt of the groom, is mer. shame hr
the waves of the North riveras
from Marianna! and has' resumed her city to'attend the Yonge-Hatton wed-: the Almignty has a purpose
.
position> ,as teacher at one of the Miss J visitations it is not for the it passes the, piers which were the ib
ppily scenes of Its former grandeur. not delay longer in placing orders for engraved
d'ng.Mr. .. ed to of the wicked-but to <
schools.Mr. .
Iden- public An old cattle boat for instance, Our fall samples represent the very latest eCapes InvltAuons.1 '
J. J. Gibson and family have be for e '
. glad to there is a love humanity '
the that have been accepted by refined and fashionable
: named John Stevens, plied for
returned from extended visit to :yearson
an maining of that proclaimed from "
\ H. EIHs-Davis who came to
do not follow-we LEAD in originating artistic .
:ipov- the Delaware as a first class
Carrabelle and other I pas-
1 1 an- Pensacola*to act as best-man at the points.- Two senger boat After being damaged by fine material. Our prices. are the lowest. Send for samples '
marriage. of his cousin, Mr. MalcomR. I which will be supplie-i free of charge. J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING '
:ilaryidol A arrived
fire local
pretty baby daughter Ribbon the passenger boat became a
Yonge will leave.to-night for his Congressman Hoar III. Whitehall
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.i short CO. Wedding Stationery Engravers 47
home in Oak Grove"Alabama, Sunday ly pure Mass., Oct. 9.-Congress freighter for distances. At last Ga.
St, AUanta,
y- ex- George P.. Wentworth. She receiveda I "Blue > Hoar Is seriously ill ** in its third and lowest state a cattle <;
,s Of :Mr. Chandler' C Yonge who has very cordial welcome and it is Ask for In this city. boat, It met oblivion in tEe Perth Am-

been attending school at Auburn :Alabama hoped that. her visit will be an. extended .boy boneyard.The .

1> has arrived In Pensacola,to attend one.. John Nelson, which is lying ,
*** the Yonge-Hatfon wedding. much the worse for wear and weather,: J
Mr Marko White has returned froma TELLS CHARACTER. '
; Miss Ida 1nbbs has returned home trip to Hot Springs and various Device was was also converted once a into passenger a Starin boat excursion It UK....K *
from New York. other places of'interest two Hair Said to Indicate a Per 1j ; :
1 J. I son's Temperament. barge. After service for many yearsin I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Charles j
Hon. Chas. M. Coston and his :Mrs. .1..1,1. Tarble has returned after tUna, N.T people believe that blonde or It was that then capacity turned its about bows and were its cut stern off j;! CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB 3
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mother Mrs. Coston, arrived yester- an enjoyable visit with her father denotes affection and dark T
day from a delightful summer spent Mr. Robert :Meek, of Kosclusko Miss, operated A person without was used for a bow, and it was forcedto i STERLING SILVERWARE, :,
from a not devoid of character far carry hay.
lrnals says a The description pt the ;aver When the ,General Slocum was I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, .
Of the New bought in November following the
is to show such
thisnot man towed to Perth Amboy it GLASSWARE t Ii i.
disaster,and
i
company
for the welfare of others,
was found to be pretty well intact except
I from neglects himself. A "
germ
". in.the miles, and : Prof. Sabouraud, of for the upper housings and deck. el-: t
THNKSGMNG The graveyard was rid of it by the fol- .
current : innoculated a rabbit Engraving and Fine Stationery.
con.of ticularly dandruff germs causing lowing June, but it left its hoodoo
I there in the pile of "dirty coal.
totally bald in five ,'
plans for .. {
cess Some of the best known of the old- il j '
time. To rid the scalp of
test of farm have been towed to the ; -
timers that
Mail Orders Receive Attention
Prompt
it is
not EL'INEATORCONTAINS be germs necessary *
I Newbro's ,Herpicide. Perth Amboy yard are the Drew of the __ 1
and "
People's Line, the City of Long
I the cause-you remove
Tanner ; ." Branch of the Myers Transportation.

1 I I cate of by W. A. IY D'Alemberte Line, the Jessie Hoyt of the Sandy: E. O. Zadek Jewelry Go. :
and Mid
, : boy ,of and apothecary, 121 South Hook route the Connecticut : '-It
u Hiten-
. lOWS in street, orsend lie in stamps land from New London; the Blacfcstone ; MOBILE, ALA, :
ALL THE FASHIONS the to The Herpicide Co., De from ,Philadelphia and Baltimore :(
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the oftow. bor would and the old Tremont of the Joy, ftj.HIH..IH.-I-HH.IIII..HH. .... < ; :

,<. ( tour men Line, which In her youth plied the I 4
.- rough waters off the coast of Maine.A .
conLure kicking
STORIES BY. .. .. > tails and ; German full-rigger Is resting .. ..
.. .... ? ? there as the' barge Marie and the
tor: Italian bark Phlllppo from Genoa Is

;t.pot- "Elizabeth and Her German ,Garden Cakes there. The Costa Rican another i
Aw*lord Hot sailor of) the high seas is there. She r WE REPLACE OLD AND j
It is
a stranded,In a gale off Jamaica Island <
vulgar two years ago. She was of the Leyland ::1
The Williamsons
,use perfection With Line and plied between New -
,ecu! at lUs York and Liverpool. She bad to be I DAMAGED FURNITURE jj "
eating. carefully maneuvered into the basin
ter- Pain
able Violet Coen Barry be guilty Syrup because the entrance permits, as a : 4

ide M his menu rule only a twelve-foot craft. The ,

;,ma as. Harriet Prescott SpoffordBUTTERICK it failed and to Costa'of Rican champagne had aboard and whisky.a large quantity The- with new, handsome furniture that will be a ,: I a

rut* '. rudiment I I nothing quite so good duty on this had to be paid by the pride to any home ,and by our wonderful t f
the r I as a plate of fine hot wrecking yard but It was soon sold.
)era weary the with good butter and The-yard,has seen tEe end of manya t
I ing is as maple syrup. t hard worked craft that year in and | BUY NOW PAY LATER ;

: ate it out carried thousands of com- ,
PATTERNSFor year

Jean Both are! FLOUR, 25c' rivers.inntertr across The whole the former Norffi fleet and of East the plan, anyone can get it. Don't wait-buy i !, .I

CABIN MAPLE SYRUP. discarded for the line Dining tables $6.00 to $25. Sideboards !
November r Jersey Central, to-day. !? ; j
< .. O of new'ferryboats,-was taken there to $15.00. to $65.00. China closets $15.00 '
leave the yard as kindling wood or : .;,. .J
Green
=a Ten -Celts: and Fifteen Cents me make- barges. The Communlpaw which was _-, to. $75.00.MARSTON., --',, r'l'
not unfit for service at the time of the
_. tare not Fourth of July fire became a total
Gahn & Co
Brown-I: loss, in that blaze.-New York Tribuna :t

but he ,. A QUINA ;
I : GieeDD : ; Pus's rood StoP": <

NOW ON SALE -: FIFTEEN C yISA cause It ia "alatel aM latuMada THE EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR .
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FIRST-CLASS W saw ANr filer wants D'. postion;, i An PAY RENT, TOYoURSELF WANTED, IS i'i'HoYt: About That House i


Sell. S
The Journal's"WANT" or millwright work. Address G. A.* Real Estate to ,

Gredler. Escambia. F1al00cUw. S .
> :
SMALL HOUSE or cottage by reliable We- .
ElegantHorne
'tenants. Address 222 West Cervantes are having

street. 9oct demand'a for good,an I- ;}You Can'tRent? I


WANTED-Gentle pony or horse. :Mustbe FOR classes of property.We .
I cheap. Apply at :M. & O. Clothing. $2500.00. facilityfor
'..+ Own home. have every
i own
Store, 323 South. Palafox.' Socttf f SIX ROOMS. CORNER JACKSON AND Here's how your can do it: < handling property In i : LET US I9ENT- .IT i ii

GUILLEMARDE STREETS JUST you or near Pensacola to good ad FORYO1J
W.U'TED-PosltIon.as salesman or clerk.
ACROSS STREET SOUTH oScHOoL If to sell,
down month vantage. you care
and
by young man "thoroughly acquaintedIn NO.1. GAS ELECTRIC LIGHTS BATH; $100 $15 a _
ADS with for quick sales.
t. city. Address B. B... Care Journal. list. yours us
ALL MODERN. IF YOU ARE IN THE .
7octlw MARKET FOR A HOME BETTER. LET' buys a nice -ropn cottagein' A large list of desirable: .
-- US SHOW THIS TO ,YOU.. and Lend.In S applicants
to
good neighborhood Money .
WANTED- Position as turpentine woodsman i are now on file with
by an old practical! turpentine close to city school. Location -
'0 approved real
woodsman. Address "Woodsman Care any amounts on : us and we can rent
Journal PenSacola Fla. CocUt Other Homes For Sale. East Cervantes. estate security, at lowest rates of Interest your
for and the shortest notice.
ire a tonic a rundown" A."II"TED-Ftrst-clasa hat-cleaning. Old upon t houses at once.

hats made new. Cleaning pressingand AaT'NOW.. Fire and Tornado Insurance.Written Phone or write us to call
blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. f
: business. Panamas. 50c; 'Straws 25c: Felt 35c; $1200.00FIVE lots that : 'on you for a Tornado, Plate-
DerbY lie. Victor Louis 100 E. Inten- Improved are very in either of our eight companies.We I

dencia street. All ,come in. Coctlm ROOMS EAST STRONG.! .. .. desirable, in all parts of the ,the lowest at all possible times procure rates. for our- clients : Glass or Fire Insurance Pol-

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WANTED-All owners of poultry, 'to v. icy.HOOTON.,
: .
city. :
A. trial will convince know that we are agents for the cele- Homeseekers. 1 .
brated Conker's Poultry Remedies. Guar- $1600.00.FIVE i _
anteed to cure rupe cholera )gape and to I i
kill fleas lice and mites. Also their ROOMS BATH AND GAS EAST. Should look over our list of:fleslrab-e I
the most skeptical. wonderful egg producer, F. S. Mellen & CERVANTES. ., houses and lots before buying. We :
Co. Phone No. 334. ISapr. $ McVavid-Hyer Company have some very attractive propositionsand & WATSON

;.. upon. terms that should appeal to I ,
A.NTED-At once, a four or five-room you. ..

See blank below. neighborhood.cottage. Must Address be close 123 in and Care in JournaL good- $3500.00. Agent New York : THE RENTAL' AGENTS," I

% sept TEN ROOMS EAST GADSDEN. Life Insurance Company. ... Call and See Us. I'
See our list for others..
R. R. CRITTENDEN .wishes to ,communicate 100 E. Government Street. Real Estate Insurance and Loans
with his brother F. 'M. Crit- i
tenden. who was last heard of in Florida Fla. I
Phone 7CO. Pensacola.
about 5 years ago. Any one having RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT, No. 37 S.' Falafox? Street. Phone No.
heard of Mr..Crittenden would do a favor i 54. :
; 'HELP WANTED. by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at RETURNS MADE. -I
Building, No. 47. U. S. 'Navy Yard.ISseptlm MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON I L;:S Brown &Co. .... ....................... ............ .J

WANTED-Two' bright. energetic young REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES. ,
men to act as rodmen on surveying A1\o"TED-Light delivery wagon. Ad- <
1IU't7. Call C. H. Blackman at Escambia l00cUt..ANTEDYoung dress J. E. C., Care Journal. lisept WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVEST THE STORMHas WE SELL LOTS ._ "\;\.
bo\w at 7.00 p. m. IN PROPERTY CAN SELL YO* .

man to learn express work. TAILORING,Gent clothing cleaned L. Diamond pressed and Tailor.repaired EITHER. 'Phone 91$. Thiesen Building
business. Must be willing to on short notice. No. lift West not affected the values of Real
Co.. WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? COLONIST
to Southern Express '
Apply manager Government St.. Pensacola, Fla. !
Pensacola. _IQoc WE CAN SELL IT. Estate in this city $100.. The buildings ,
I and wharves that were destroyedwill
WANTED Reliable boys or young men WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your .
; in every town In Florida to distribute moving and hauling He guarantees Fire Insurance Placed in be replaced :by more substantial FOR .SALE S
Advertising for the Jacksonville Carnival. all breakage. Phone 630. buildings.. Pensacola has before it -
Address with references Jacksonville First-Class Companies. the brightest fall of its future.. I have
Carnival Association Jacksonville Fla. WANTED-Carriages repaired and re- FOR SALE-Nice home'good location for -: DAYS ARE AGAIN HERE.
made
to take all the
10oct2t painted; floats built to order; horse arrangements chicken farm. Enquire Chas. Lorange .. S
_ _ _ _
J. G.
shoeing a specialty. Welsh Carriage property offered below its market 1912 West Jackson St. lOoctlJt S ;

.WANTED First-class carriage bla ksmtth Co.WANTEDThe. value. If you are afraid of Pensacola

and woodworker. Good positionTor LESLIE BROOKS Real Estate bring.it to me, I will buyit FOR SALE-See me about windmills, I TO-DAY and every day until October 31st the MISSOURI 3
right man. Address John O. Welsh. Merchants Transfer Co. S can furnish a new celebrated Star ,all ..
Carriage Works Pensacola Fla. 9oct wants your moving and hauling. All ,, from you.Some steel mill for little more than will cost PACIFIC RAILWAY a 4 IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will sell
: breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors. to fix your old one. Drop me a card andI cheap Colonist Tickets to ,CALIFORNIA, OREGON and NORTH. t
S
WANTED good cook. Apply to Mrs. Proprietor. Phono 918. Real Estate S Money In These.A will give you price delivered to Pensa- WEST. ,

Dr. R. C. White, 222 West Gregory St. cola or other points. F. M. Williams, Choice of twO route ,to CALIFORNIA One through SAINT ::
9oetlw and Insurance.Phone contractor and builder. city office 308 '
WANTED AD kinds of eectricalwork.. .
LOUIS KANSAS CITY, SCENIC COLORADO and
block lots 12th / SALT LAKE ,
I sell all kinds of electrical batteries quarter (5 ) cor; Thiesen Building. lOoctlw
wANTED-J. Woman to do houseworkand and--other electrical supplies. When you street and 18th avenue overlookingthe CITY. The others via MEMPHIS and EL PASO TEXAS. ;

care for two children who go to need me ring 345 or 953.' E. W. Peake, 462. 112 S. Palafox. Bayou one of the highest pointsIn FOR SALE-BlacksmIth shop and dwell- Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tickets and tan 5
schooL Ato7 619 North Palafox. 9oct New Star Laundry Bldg. .D. Garden. big excellent location. near Ice factory;
;
New City' two blocks from- car line, good trade, large lot, good water. reason days. on, Northwest Tickets. ::

WA\"TED-.A., competent nurse. 701 North WANTED-:Second-hand sacks of all descriptions very cheap at $1100. able terms at Marianna. Fla. Address S No changes: Through Tourist Sleeping Cars every day.HOMESEEkERS' ,
Palafox St. 7oct of W. E. Taylor. Chipley. Fla. lOoctlm -
wanted. If out town. ship :
A block 300 feet front '
j them to us; If in town. ring us up at No. on Bayou 2
WANTED-Toung man about 18, to do 334. or bring them to us at corner of Texar. Beautiful shade trees"" wasn't FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply EXCURSIONS.TO .
office work.. Must be correct at figures. Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen &For SaleCash touched by the water and not a singletree : t0 The Lewis Bear Co. 6oct '
Journal. 7oct ARKANSAS, TEXAS. OKLAHOMA. LOUISIANA
,Apply "X, Co. 2Sjuly INDIAN
blown down. S
One of
the prettiest AUTOMOBILE or trade; nearly'new TERRITORY AND MEXICO. 2 .j
WANTED-Nuwe who will live on the sites for a residence and the 'safest and.in good condition will sell or -
premises.! Apply corner 12th avenue I in the city of Pensacola, $5,000. trade for a good horse. Address J. C. ;
and 13th sUeet. 7oct3t MONEY TO LOAN. or on InstallmentPlan Brashears Milton. Fla. 6octlm
O A Days Limit will be Allowed on These Tick. e
W A "TED-Good cook at 619 North Bay- Wanted.. I
FOR SALE-Wind mill and 2 tanks. Will .
len street Soctlw sell cheap if sold at once. Apply to OUets 'which will be sold on September 4 and ,
4 MONET LOANED on real estate and ._ A house In neighborhood Mrs. Gingles, Cor.tWth, avenue and 14th '
good
THE PUBLISHERS; of Good Housekeeping personal property on short notice. and street. GoctiwsFOR 18 October 2 and 16.
., Magazine want representatives, Terms easy. J. W. Billiard. 28% South near business district_: ,for about .... < ,
both local and to traveL They pay very Palafox St. Phone 1144. $3,000List. S S S SALE-Fin* well grown Barred S
liberal commissions and also give large Rock_ Cockerels, March and April LIBERALSTOPOVERS. 2 2Go
7 cash prises. For terms write giving I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eight $1200.00 your property with me i-Jr: sale)hatches. $100 .00; hens last year's ..
cent. If have that ootof'l See the New po.
Country.
references to Good Housekeeping per you any you breeders, $ Mrs. Lizzie B. -
Agency Dept., Springfield, Mass. oct2w* want interest on. see me about it. It Hughes. Chipley,Fla. 27septlm Free Literature Mailed on Request. f. ,
will be absolutely safe on real estate for 2 houses the southeast ,,', ,
security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. on S I. E. REHLANDER
WANTED good cook at Pearl Eagan FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber {

:: and Orphaaag'8th. avwuea.*. 17th street between 4oct 7th :MONET TO, LOAN-Everybody borrows corner of Strongand DeVil-: J. w. Bllh1 tk Jr. milt land 32-room,12,500 saw hotel-at, mill,a timber bargain and' Several saw S Traveling{ S Passenger .AgentChattanooga *.

money from Jno.St. A.When Hall & Co. 14V ,tiers Sts.,, renting! for $13 a good farms and town properties.- Z T nn.4

W A!<"TED-Th e or four good waiters E. Government. in need call Real Estate and Mortgage Loans Write Gentry, &.Setter in Chipley Fla. ? .'
I on us.MONET S
S
waited. Apply at once Kandy Kitchen month. : tP.A."iAMA ,
m\sssxxxtstxsaxss
,Ko. 2oct \ Cor. Government and: DeL na Sts. 2
I LOANED on an kinds of
personal
:. AJlfTED-Wlth references fifteen good I property on short notice. Terms $3000.00.for Box 173. rhone 637 Journal-a CANAL magnificently EDITION illustrated of The I
easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Romana.
hustling sober men to represent the II I Phone 1165.: ifeb magazine containing scores ol views of DEMOCRATIC. NOMtNEESt' I DIRECTORY ]
Planters' Um" Stock Insurance Co. ofThoaasvUla. I Artistic and the city and harbor. For sale it all For Member of Congress, 3rd Centres.
Ga. For particulars Address UNLIMITED amount of money to loan an up-to-date .. -- book stores or at The Journal office. By sional District:
Pierre G. Russell Tallahassee Fla. Reference on all kinds of personal property. Sp-- 6-room and hall with I '" mail, 20 cents.. lsept25c
Capital. City Bank. Tallahassee, cial rates to business men on large cottage, FOR SALE. WM. B. LA5IAR.: of Jefferson.For j jI

Fla. 2G Sept. lino. loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% all modern conveniences, on _._ ....+ _.:. ._ est PURCHASES of cosmetics.the Box receipt 336. for the fin I
... South Palafox. -------- -- -- City. <. Justices of the Supreme Court: PROFESSIONAL.'I

WANTED once white nurse for children. \Vest Chase street ,on car FOR SALE-Boat suitable for freight 33'vtlrr.o. CHAS. B. PARKHILL of Escambia:
: Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept %6- ,. passengers or towing Length 66 feet, T. G. YATES M. 1
THOS PEBLET-Real Estate and Loans. B. WHJTFIELD of Leon. D1
Palafox line. beam 18 feet, draught 4 feet, tonnage 29 FOR SALE-Nice farm of 20 acres. For JAMES ,
Up-stairs corner and Romana S I
5 A.NTED-At on':e, several carrier Sts. tons. net. Power two; 2S horse-power information Inquire of Chas. L'Orange %
boys. Apply at this oMce. IZseptlm :Murray & Tregurtha gas engines. Lauch- West Jackson St. No. 1912, Pensacola. For Railroad Commissioner: Optician.

ed December 1905. _Will deliver any- 12septlm NEWTON A. BUTCH of Levy.

I FOUND.FOUND Money to loan at lowest market rateof where in state for $3.500. J. M. Rowle)'", B. HUDSON BURR of Dade.
West Palmbeach Fla. 7oct2wSECONDHAND FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures; 306 Thiesen Building.
; BOARD AND ROOMS.TWO Interest. S I pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine
Mortgages on real estate In this city! location. At a bargain sold at .}
SAFE I for sale, used once. For State Senator 2nd District: S. ...
bought and sold :
Address box 103. City. -
I only Address P. O Box 492. 2&ept
one year. JOHN S. BEARD.For ,
of "C"
-Pair gold-rimmed spectacles on All ot the Maxent Tract west j
FURNISHED ROOMS: for rent. W. S. Hooton, 12 E. Intendencia. bet Frederick Autfeld. F. M. Blount.
'
Palafox street last week. Owner can street now for sale. ______.
and bath connected I FOR SALE-Four good schooners
Telephone 1202 E. suitable
redeem property by calling on S. A.Friedman' Member House of Representative.
AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
Gadsden. lOoctlw* FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen for lake. sound and river. Ad-
saloon COr Palafox. and Zar- ". OHA$. M. COSTON.
JournaL
& Sons' piano in handsome rosewood dress M. care 21aug
Poet
TWO NICELY furnished rooms to let. ragossa. ease. A bargain. Pianocan be seen ,M. 0. BAGGETTT. Architects i
Desirable location on West HilL Apply by calling ,at the Kandy, Kitchen. Sort.
Real 312-314 Brent Bldg, 43 Motes Bldg. f
P. a Box 4M. Soctlw Fisher Estate Agency For Tax Assessor:
FOR SALE--At a bargain,'paving Furniture LO T. Pensacola Fla. Montgomery Ala
ROOMS FOR RENT With privilege'of MISCELLANEOUS.TARRANCE business at'13g .Intendencia St. S W--VW RICHARDS .
light housekeeping; use of bath and COLLECTION OF RENTS A Address Box 325, City. .' bet I -
phone; on car line. Apply 900 Cast Jack- S For Tax: Collector: i
JOn. Toctlra SPECIALTY. FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin pineS STRAYED from my residence on Bay J. S; ROBERTS. WM. A..BORMANS,
& ADAIR Livery De timber. Turpentine places.. and, sawmills shore a red and white spotted Jersey
FOR RENT-Two connecting furnished Funlak; single or double.teams, night Phone 87. 206 S..Pal fox st. in operation. Also excellent tractsof cow named Betsy. Reward for return. Architect Superintendent
rooms suitable for light housekeeping or day, new rigs, good service, politeddvers. .stumpage. Turner '& Aymard. Real Max L. Bear. Soct For County Treasurer: Office-305 Brent Building,
Vi excellent neighborhood, near car line Give us a trialhone 59.Soctlm. Estate Agents Box .115,. DeFuniak J. ED. WILLIAMS. Pensacola. FU.SECRET .
ind In walking distance of business dis- Springs Fla. 20July STRAYED from premiss a small curly I
; :aict. Ring phone 663. 7octlw ;HOTELSBROWN white poodle. Answers to name of --
REMOVAL -NOTICE-E. L. Herring. FOR SALE-pottery works with steam "Tufty Return, for reward, to 27 East For Members of' School.JJoard, :
NICELY FURNISHED room with board. whose wagon and repair shop at 13i engine steam drying room moulds, Gregory street. Soctlw W. E. ANDERSON7 SOCIETIES.

electric lights, gas. bath phone and alII I East Inttndencia St, was destroyed, wil and everything complete for carrying on H. DeSlLVA. .
modern conveniences. Mrs. 1L II re-open at 214 East Intendencia about HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. business, together with'-the finest bed of LOST-Bunch of keys, on train passing S -- S
I mark.. 122 West Chase. Phone 1163. October 8. 29septlOd. Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals; pottery clay in Escambia county. Located Flomaton Saturday 6 p. nu, for Mo. VT. M., AGERTON.. PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3.
6octlw* free bath and sample rooms. Special right in the city. Apply to or address bile with key tagmarked N. "Neptune Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. ol P
Asheville C.
DRAWINGS all kinds: Hull. Engine. attention to traveling men. Rates.J.OO R. P. Reese. ISseptf and Buckner.a Shrtners emblem on on'one reverse side.side. For Member Board "County Comm! meets every Monday evening. al:1 J
FAMILY OF TWO
i. on North Hill will Patent Office, machine and misc. made per day. J. R- Brown Prop. o'clock at their temporary Castle H:;*
f: take refined! couple to board or rent two reasonable rates. Patentable ideas de- FOR SALE-Good mowing machine 5 ft. Finder please return to Box 48, Asheville, sloners: over Pou's stable West Intendencla M;
connecting rooms up-stairs to gentle- veioped Sail boats launches. Address HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the out; one ten ft. -self dump all steel N. Co. or Care Journal, Pensacola, FUu, J. B. ROBERTS. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
men. ,Address "Home." Care Journal. ; W. C. McGoWan. Pensacola Fla., Sseptlm year. American and European plan. hay rake, one.2-section! .steel harrow; and get reward. JNO. A. MERRITTvJAS. H. DEJHN\KD, C C.H. .
I I
I \ 4octlw : Special summer rates. First-class In two hot blast heating 'stoves, burn coal : : lrORSLEi K. of R. & it.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick every respect. Pleasant and .conven or wood; one tank force pump capacity I M. ANDREWS.
c 'THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for light furnished if desired. Guaranteed. ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen Prop.. Pensa 1,bbl, per minute-one Aermotor wind mill; I H. C. OLOPTON--
housekeeping. Apply 207 North Reus. Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave cola. Fla. Uapr twenty-inch foot' tinner's I FOR RENT.FOR JAS R. STEWARD. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. tbf
one power of
; I.._- 4octlw orders.. at Watson. Parker & Reese Co.'s.sept7. BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine M_._..' .. Knights Meetings of Colum'

'FOR RENT-on. or two newly furnished I plan. Rooms light ana clean. double barrel hammerless shot gun Mar-1 are held at their haJ.
lib repeating rifle 33-calbre. G B. Bard. RENT-Some nice stores on East
front rooms; southern Transient trade solicited. 575-573 South No. 8 West Intends
privilege of phone Vo 1358.exposure Location; with F. J. WHITE & CO._Artesian well drill Palafox. Jos S. Nicolau, Prop. shar Bluff Springs,.Fla. 26 Sept 1m : Government street; cheap rent. The da street on *verj
ers for saw mills andxturpentlne stills Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly :1
desirable and evening al
business Monday
near
''W.. Gregory. center. 422 especially.I Geneva Ala.. and Gracevllle. I HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2.00 per day. FOR': SALE-One dwelling. 202 East 'o'clock!; ...In toivia
21scptlm'FOR Fla. Prepared to. put wells tram 4 to 11. Special rate by week. Special attention S Church street; If bought at once can FOR RENT-A.- R. Bingham has storage tion Is extended tf
; Inches diaaiettr. and from 10) to 1600 feet to traveling men. Free sample -be had cheap. Apply C. L. MeVoy. room for rent suitable for furniture visiting .
clean RENT-Rooms furnished rooms cheap;sultab'e real newly depth. Satisfaction guaranteed.' 12jneJm room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin. Prop., Vernon butcher shop corner Intendencia and or other goods. 104 and 10$ South' Tar JOHN Knlfhts B. JONES
for .
Phone 639.wRITE
'light housekeeping on the hill. Location NOTICE-Having Installed machines for Fla. .' Barcelona. 23aug ragona' street. J. s. LEONARD. Grand Knight
high and healthy. Close to car line. the manufacture of galvanized iron Recorder.
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. cornice, skylights! cornice gutters circular .'
: Strong. Phon. 1213. 10auc mouldings, etc. I am now prepared to S REBECCA.
do sheet metal work of all kinds on short DAUGHTERS' d
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent, notice. Satisfaction assured. Estimates Naomi Lodge, No 10 Daughters
YOUR WANT ai
with or without board. Transients so cheerfully given on work in or outside the I AD HERE. Rebecca, meets every Monday night Vi4: :
licited. Phone, gas and bath. No. 3. city. Chas. RiVetter. W. Irtendencia.! o'clock in L O O F. halL
Palafox. 13septlmEDUCATIONAL. Phone 698. 2Smaylm sisters cordially Invited to b* Present.

i Send"it to. Th -Jouni al office or'night.. When need help have S MRS J. T. PULL1AM. N G.MRS.
J. Hi PORTER. sanmaker. 716 South i day you anytjiing HATTIE NEVILLE Sec

awnings Palafox, camp street. stools Orders and taken house for tents cots., to sell rent, exchange or wish to purchase:anything try a want ad., They do the ---

etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan RATHBONE LODGE NO 30.
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; work. S \ S S Rathbone Lodge No 30. KnightS
MRS. lOLA BARTON MASON will open SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oertmg S .. Pythias meets every Jbraslte: nUt jc ii
a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. & Co. wholesale and retail ship chand- Castle HalL < 1 4
October 10 Apply either, at 314 s.'AI. lers and grocers. Only first-class house ,. and visiting brethren cordially ito :<
Santa 'or Typewriter Exchange, 313 of kind in city., Fair prices to all. ORDINARY : :, attend. J. M. ROPER. r cX
4 Brent building. Zoctlm SIX j WORDSt MAKE ONE. LINE LEVEL K R. & S. __
p CARRIAGES repaired aM repaInted.. : -
MISS GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate of Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga : : : ; M. E. B. A. No. II. meets first a.C
Knox CoUege. Illinois and Ferris specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage. Com third Wednesday evenings at 7'." eRafford
Kindergarten College, UlctL. win open pany. 2IfebMILTOV : : Hall. No. W. West lntenieES
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t Kindergarten and Primary SchooL October A. G FELL rnJv
: 1, at her home 21S West Gregory UPHOLSTERING' SHOP-Willie 'f .. f'. street.. 1. SWEENEY. Secy.
I Mime Proprietor. .
street. Terms $3.00 per month. 25seplm Furniture r* < __
I pairing of all kinds carpets laid furniture : -.. : '
PRIVATE SCHOOL-Mia Belle whiting packed rl shipping. Phone 63 ... .. ,, j PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. 10. 0 f
will open her- private school at No. Next to Tampa landing. 22apri Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. I 0 ;> .rJ
521 N. Spring street, October. L Tuition '. .,'. THROUGH. ERVICE'VIA : meets every Thursday evening aT ;*'
$3.00 per month. IJseptlm MATTRESSES .AND FURNITURE I I. %.'S : ..., SS at the new hall on Belmont ani &ar:
I Mattress made to order: old ones : -- "" :*- streets. Visiting brethren c1-)

ond renovated.hand furniture New ticks bought furgih and sold.. See-Up. .. . I 5' .. S,. -- ..'- ., SS L &; FT, E. frT.; H. and C. A:Ll.! rtted.A. KERLE.B. R.Secretary WITKOVSKT N a

BARBER SHOPS. I holstering Belmont 6C.and city.repairing Phone done.J7L 114 Davis E. 1- "S ', : ,: ; : : .l 1. '. 2 NABHVILL.tTOCM1Ob' isI1l,1uIM0si1y; : "' .. -

Mfg. Co. C. 'T. Da tis. Mgr. w. W.
THROUGH 81CEPER8 s..o DAY COACHES ON 0
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ALFMAN Tin. Copper and S ,. : t., < REV ORUm TO Live Oak Camp |
MILTON-When visiting here have your I Sheet 5- : < \ .. CHICAGO' In ban the 1st .:
IlL meets Pythian
tonsorial work done by Ira Mlms, Willing -I Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights Rafes-The.rate .on. Want ad filling the above'space is 25 c ntsJirst insertion rmwio CAM I UV\M AU HEALS M hours Wednesdays In each month. \L.-|
street, opposite Jail. Clothes and a specialty; roofing guttering andrepairln. ,. U.B.B1LUUJ(...*,&. &L tOOStS *.AIL eivereigns cordially! invitedF. -
: bats cleaned and repaired. Convenient 315 South Palafox St. Phone dafor-each additional Hi S ,, _, A. BOG.LESLIE jjjcn C G
,t* b teIs. Phone 61. 26atur 1:'F. :JJunelm_ and cents, a tcons cut..v ins : n Send cash With the'ad.. 's-"" tv..s.LI. -.r..::_ I BL BROOKS. Clerk.

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.=.. '$: r3 '- i II J *.u'i";JYr:: ::.". :.. .:..-.": TRIP I-1tPAiflL P [ Lumber Orders Quickly- i -Filled- PROPOSALS11- -" 1--!}t" :



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I 1 1I We are in, position to fill all orders for
.1-".,.. p PftLLM AI' For Discharge and Custody
lumber *
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doors, blinds, sash, builders hardJ -
of the of Italian ;
Cargo :
11fr 1', ;;1 l'J Tvareretc.; quickly and at lowest prices. '-


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Sealed bids wm be received 1:< : I
at tbe
.1 'Art. : $ ,--;--:-- .Phone. 17., 21 East Garden.Streot. office of the Italian Consul at this port ':J! .c' ..'I" ,
( S S up to noon Friday entire: the 12tn Instant foi \' .d' ,
S ContInus&trornThirdage.; discharging the cargo U neceesarnc (t ;
i of 560.000 superficial feet of Soutl -, 4 < ,
drlnklngY1Hla ,to .transported from American lumber of"the Italian barn :-'. ( i I
Maim i as well cooked and "OUvari. to store the lumber on a safe ',:. 4;
; the.fxxxjL f.a. SA ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY and conrenlent place, protected from thl \ ,- "
COMPANY
.1. varied as Is;'p sslble' so fat 'from and weather damage as far as pos -: 'I
BREWING urban markets., A hospital tent en- w. T' BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. sible, hold the entire cargo free of ez. -._ti
...' Prepared to do all electrical repairing; on short notice. : Ring-phone 570 and'a pense to Master. Owners or Underwriter( ; j
physician
; : ables the cam p.. .properly totreat. S representative will calL W. T. Bldwell. President and Manager, '295 S.' Barten until cargo Is reloaded or otherwise dia'T: -"I'sun
.any case of Illness. posed of. for a period not to exceed 91 ."
Comfort of the Men.The I days. Contractor has preference should r

i is perfected in American n Queen Beer. We have imported men in every way are made same cargo at be current reloaded,delivery to deliver and and siaredore reload ,---',.J" '
comfortable. Even an improvised rates of this port. Bond will be required :.; "
barber shop gives facilities for sharing for the security of cargo and perform i! fi ,
i I the masterly methods of the best old world, and hair-catting at surprisinglylow ance of contract. Right reserved to reject i ...-
any and all bids. F. COSTA.

. : brewers, and installed every modern American invention \ the rates.water The'men lira in who floating\ do the dormitories workon THE YEARS OF A MAN'S' EARNING Master. ;-ft.',1f';:1'l -S It.-.;;",.

two stories high which are anchored

i for perfecting these methods and offer youAMERICAN :! somewhere near the great : i'

floating dredges. ,Some of the men labor PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY ;

, constantly in water and naturally POWER ARE UNCERTAIN ,

receive higher wages than the others. Summer Week Day Schedule-Steart }. '

i The details 'of the engineering' task Train and Electric Car Schedule, t I
QUEEN give a conception of the enormity ol s Effective June 13,1906. S i.1 "

the undertaking. From Homestead to Andto,; avoid dependence, condition that adds mis-
S Key West the line .wiU consist of BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND BIG ; S
seventy-four land miles, while twenty- ery to misfortune, money should be laid aside for the BAYOU.Lv. :;

as an example; of ,the" .highest high-grade beer. The materials five miles are built over swamp and days, when you cannot produce it. The first years: ofa Pensacola.. --':: Big Bayou. 'i ;

I : used are. carefully chosen from the market'schoicest. S nearly. thirty,over_water._ Ten bridgesare ( a-m. 9:00 p.m. 10 am 10.19 p.nv '
man's life .
'\ S called for and 'several miles of must'make provision for the last. A practical 7 a-m. 10:00 p.m. TJO a.m. 11:3J pug. .4. m
. .
.I \ f Our brewers are finished workmen in their'departments 8 a-m. 11:00 pun.* 8:30 aun. '.-... -
steel span work and concrete arch. sensible and profitable way to accumulate a reserve 9 a-m. 9JO a-m. :: _
; take extreme for cleanliness Four long viaducts will have an aggregate 10 a-m. 10:10 ajm.: .
we precautions 5
; length. of nearly six miles.: From fund for future years is to have a.bank account a-m. 11:30: a-m. '

9. \ \\ and purity, aging the beer for months and sterilize every Long Key to Conch Key it is 10,400 with us in our: Savings Department. Four per cent. 12 1 p.m.noon', 12:30 1:30 p.m.p.m. -

bottle, so that there is no.possible excellence of inherent feet across Knight's Key channel interest paid compounded semi-annually. 2 p.m. 3:10 2:40 p.m. -L1"11 .
channel p.m.
Moser Key
7,300 feet, over a:1'p.rn. !
S quality, brewing, or nnal! perfection which ist 7,800 feet while Bahia Hoda channelhas 4 P-m. 4:00 4:30p.m.: p.m. ': 'I

t S attained_ AericanQ eenBeer. S a width of 14,950 feet.Longest 4:30 p-m. E.OO p.m. ; f,
5:00 r
Marine Bridge. p-m. SS p.m. .
h& 0. ..ie at dabs,totals, cafes ant saloeas. Kte* It in you horns. 5:35: p.m. CvO p.m. ; .
These viaducts will consist of a series 6:00p.m. > ,
:: Kananba thii ad tad watch for out nut one on:&!AI., POSIT 1:30p.m. ;
S of concretecircular arch spansand 6-30 p.m. 7:00: :
p.m. i
t -
Acme Brewing Co. piers, bringing the base of the FIRST NATIONAL 7:00 p-m. 7:30 p.m. .. / S t "'

I MACON GA. ;., rails somewhat more than 30 feet BANK lt:: p.m.p.m. 8:00 9:30 p.m.p.m. 'f --;:.

above the mean low water level and Saturday only. ,{ ';' ,

: insuring that the, passingtrains J will OF PENSACOLA, FLA. BEtWEEN. PENSACOLA AND FORT :: : '.
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of the .
I \i\ always be above the spray BARRANCAS. :) '

dashing waves below. The greatestof .. Designated Depositary of the United States.W \" --
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.Lv. Pensacota. Lv. "
I the viaducts will be the longestmarine 7:15 a.m. : ,8:00 Fort ajn.Barrancaa- :::'.
in existence. It has ,- '
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bridge 9:50: a-m. lILDL : .
about double the length of Brooklynbridge. H. Knowles, President.W; W, K. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. 11:00 a.mS 12:15 p-m. ,.
S Tbos. W. Brent, Aast Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. 12:50 p.m. 2.00 p.m. 'f: .i oj
Directors .F. C. Brent. W..A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. E. llyer Jr.. 3:50: p.m. 6:10 p.m. Ii
.. This extension of the Florida East C:20 p.m. 7:00: p.m.
HICKS'CAPUDINE Coast railrcad.. being made with a D. O. Brent. 8:30 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. J :

2 SHIPPING NEWS RAINFALL WASH view to having ultimately a double -I Steam Saturday train only.leaving. Pensacola at 7IJ : S

rA track all the way. By means of numerous a a. m.. will stop between Pensacola and 'i. t t+
I., HMifiuatur CUIUHEADACHES sidings the line will have almost Big Bayou only to take on passengers for ,' ., 5'
points beyond Big Bayou. Stem train i .
-- the efficiency of a double track C.W. LiJUR.I'rMldent JOHM PFEIFFER Aulslant Cathltr. leaving Fort Barrancas at 5:10 p. m. ,;, ; 'It II,
Cleared. road from the'start Most of the sid! M.E.:CUIK.YlccPrtsidtftt ind Ctthlet J.W.ANDREWS.Auislant Cishisr. will top between Big Bayou and Pensa '1' ; H 01
trab Up COLDS ,Klrkstall- ss, HInde 1162, for ings are to be']located on. the keys. cola only to put off passengers from beyond ".t i 'I. t .
last. 1.1 H.IIJ'S 'Gulfport in ballastS HEAVY H I A V Y IN I Big Bayou. Other steam trains win .i j \
2 Modern safety devices will be Installed ; make all Each electric ,'
_ TrW 1IaIt... .Mku Sailed, throughout THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK all stops.stops. car makes .ji ?

i : Kirkstall Br s..for }! <>rtStsamshto Commercial Possibilities.This The above schedule and regulations \I- t1
.5 subject to change without notice. $}
;
S *."- latestVFlagler:: enterprise is OF PtNSACOlA ft*. Local Freight Regulations. _' Jt t'

August Belmont, Br ss,, Clarke now .furnishing work for about 4,000. Freight shipped by the 7.19 a. m. ; ,.
a MCMILLAN: I I BROS.CO j : SEPT. Opera House Building. train will be received only for points I :.I- -
2967, Newcastleon' Tyne to Gulf men. uswiirjater'on open up new beyond Big Bayou, and wIll not be received :
Transit Co.Administer: : commercial possibilities to1 southern later than 1:05 a. m. AU other ,)'d t. .
&FcuRtfta STILL ; Br ss, Spink, 1231. Havana Florida and to the entire United DESIGNATED' DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Week Day trains leaving Penacola not "";' J
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to master.' States and Cuba as well The natural CAPITAL STOCK 1200,000. SURPLUS 60000.. any later point than, 3:50 bat freight p. m. carry will not freight be received for- 'i 1 >

S Belle Isle; Fren n88; LeBarrr.S connection of..the new railroad! with later than 20 minutes before scheduled i
I 1354 Cotte'to Gulf- Transit Co. :' According to Weather. 'Bureau the Panama canal has already been S DIRECTORS. departure of train The 9:00 a. m, ; ,,! !
t Sunday train light .,
J503MARKETREPORT? Degama,"Br ss, Keene 2245 New suggested. The chances -are that Henry Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, freight under some may carry circumstances perishable by special ,I ''
Orleans to A. A. Brown & Co. .',Summary the :Fall &onfe of lie Jtdstlag-lines, of tratlewnt' J, M. Pfeiffer' W.8, Rosasco, c.. w.. Lamer, permission. Electric car: will 'not ,1' "
E. O. Saltmarsh Br ss, Rogers, be greatly modified by its lk carry freight or packages of any de. (
gl11 T. F. J. Saunders ,
McGourin R.
16.48' Bryan Dunwody scription except medicine urgently need : j
'''' 2319" Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. Amounted to fluence. S'ach' considerations and A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura, ed. Shippers are requested to bear these \ ) 1
.::\ Ibex; Br..''ss.,'Rinks, -, ; 1729,- Hamburg many others of a beneficent character, W. a.. CaMthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oertlng regulation In mind that Inconveniencef.",J' t f S j
tit order. S 1.- Flagler all along had in mind may not be caused. '
Inches. MJX has
: Alex Mcfiowln C. ftt. Covlngton, M E. Clark. These freight regulations subject to ,: .
Ida Aust ss, Hreglich, 2093. New In decent address at Malml he said: change without notice. ,
Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. "What use would it have been to ,Eddy. 'tfiicjitlexcj for not It }1UO J3IO ud J5J9 lbs year flints iparbnent Any further information regarding pas- ; 'I
I MOBILE,ALA. Kirkstall Br ss; Hinde. Colon to, -a-railroad'to-Idiaml if you Into In connection; for the conyenlence of customers. had by applying to the general office or ,:.i- j
master. The rainfall during the 'month of the company. ,1 .,
whose faces I 'jook to-night, would not -
::: Passengers are earnestly requested to J
lnt.restP.ld Time ,
T ptou, --Br ss, Tratters, 5300 Mon September; almost broke all records have found If useful in the development Four per cent en Deposits. promptly report to the general office any t i. '

tevideo to master. since: the establishment here 'cf' the' of your .careers, your plans and the inattention part of employees to duty or and discourtesy to make specific on : ,4: s

- Tugela Br. ss: Nicholl 2141. I iCa? weather bureau. Others records were purposes? 'Xo man can live unto criticisms of service. .'

D., duff to H. Baars &"Co., closely if not equalled, himself.' We'' are all dependent upon .............................. ............... ........ JOHN W T.FMPLET.Uanager.. : ", -t
Vidar, Nor ss': Aruesen 1084 Sugua approached each other. There must be a class of i' _, S

la Grande to. Hyer Bros; particularly in the total movement of people who need our services if we -_ .w.II-'p. 'l _ i J ';.' .,'

S SWpa.Avanti the wind the velocity for five consecutIve are to make place in.the community i_ 1
NAVALSTORES.Savaznah :Nor 'ship, Anderson' 1648 minutes and the _number we live In.'''' 'Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 Ii S :
Pensacola St. Andrews and : ft,
Ga.. Oct. 9.-The naval London to order. days on which thnnclrestonns oc- -i-I'
stores market closed today as follows: Ferreira, Port ship, "Barros. 506, LJ!* curred. BE HIS FRIEND-- per cent., when the Pensacola Home and Savings Gulf Co. 1-: '

- WW ...............................5.80 bon to mast r." Association will issue paid-up stock Steamship >-{. ."
ount. \VO..i.............................5.50 The summary of weather conditionsthat you STEAMERTARPON. _<.t'.. i
X.................-...:.;............5.30 Canada, -Br. ship Spurr; 2237, Rio I prevailed In this cUy'during September The Wit Who Is Her HMliamC's bearing interest at 5 cent. annum W. Q. BARROW Master .- '
IT __.. .. .. ... Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. .... per per payable I
M ....;.?. ..; .4.sn> to 5.00 I' recently issued from the .eo. Baa LJttl to> Fvsur. FmSTGJ&1t : R AND i.' ;' ;
K ...........................4.60 to 4.90 Ingrid, Nor. ship; flannel, 1260(), semi-annually. : ....
I ............;.....;....;.;....4.50to4.70H weather office shows: that the total Marriage Un't a set of ru1e It is a -Between'C-_
..........................4.45 to 4.60I Antwerp to .McK. OertIngCo. tainfall' for the month'amounted 'to condition life lla4e'b7 ckswteten H. 0.. DeSILVA. A. GREENHUT, J. 6. Reese R. M. GARY PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICO'r..' I 1 "' -
3ldg., ............................4.35 to 4.50 Lena, Ital shiP: Tassara. 1581. London 16.48 and the President. Vice-President. Treasurer. Secretary. LA CARRABELLE. ST. AN- l S .
inches of the people j.
greatest two who eater it :
, Ala. ).' ...v......... ....................4.30 to order., precipitation tojp Dlrsctors-: G. DeSilva, A. Greenhut Knowles Hyer A. V. DREWS, MILLVILLE.And _-*I 1
B .. 4.15 for any twenty-four hours was There are booxea'tbt seem of a deadly C..11. Dorr O. E. Maura, Sol Cahn. all points on St. Andrews Bay Car- "
n .. ::::..v::::.'.:::::::::::::::::::::4.05 Barks, 7.68 on the 28th. The average precipitation dullness, fit to any mari Clubbs 43 South Palafox. i rabclls and Apalachlcota.. <
c .......;...........................!.95 Afredo, Uruguayan bk. "Maragas, for September is 5.22 inches.. dtfve Abroad Pensacola SCHEDULE.Leaves !
Spirits turpentine 64ft to .65H .cents. 987 Montevideo to:H. H. 'Thornton.Alfhlld the month just passed had an excess so There.are women whose dally conversation .. .............. ........... ................ for Mobil, Ala. Sunday 8:30 p. m.. !

ent ,. Swed bk Syensen. 1332. of 11.26 inches which $ co&sist of nothing but comflatot Leave Pensacola Tuesday <:SO p. tn. ,
PENSACOLA COTTON. equalled .
master. any about servants and housekeeping for St. Andrew. lliUvUle. Apalachteola 0(
Durban to .
The following 'PenS&t'OJa'quotations are month in the history of the weather Carrabelle and Intermediate points. j- J
furnished by J. P. O'Connor &"Co.. factors Andrea/Nor bk, Quale.' 114, Durban office except that of September 1898 and ..nerve and the press of engage- : Pensacola Bonds. For additional information apply to :1,_
of
and importers; to' master.: 8te'.aQd.--disiptoihting. dressmakers, City Improvement J. R.. SAUNDERS,
- Good middling .....................10 9.16 Avon, ItaL bk, Avegno; 147V, Genoato /when the'total rainfall was1793. E .R. COBB President 1'j;
, Strict MiddlIng ..: ,...; .io 7-16 The highest temperature during the complaints;of lack of money or complaints Denomination 1,000.00 each. Dated January 1st, 190?. Maturing: January General Frt. and Pass. Agt. Psn .
). Middling ..........:::::.....::::::.10 5-16 master. month was on the 15th,. when it of the strain of shoppufg with 1st 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1926. Interest Payable SemI-Annually. sacola Fla. -' i1a :
............. Campbell, Nor bk, Hausken 1100 ;
- Strict low middling .10 1.16 toMcK. Oerting & Co. reached 91, degrees maximum, while it. There are women who are too absorbed WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN "
Stavanger,
the lowest 68 tn-their chttdrea to consider thechildren's AMOUNTS SUIT PURCHASER. f.
was
A ltlee..Distinction. Chacma, Nor bk, Jorgensen 557 degrees on the 30th. ,
P. A well known Atlantan has a wire Fleetwood to' order. The total movement of the wind fathers, ",:"women who have notnowedge i- '
7:3<<< GA. FLA. & ALA. RY. ;
Halt! witha sharp tongue. Jones bad come Hereford, Nr bk Jensen 1380, was 7,706 miles and the average hour of their husbands!'business The Peoples Bank of Pensacola CAPITOL, ROUTE-SHORT LINE 'f
St. ly velocity was 10.7 miles. The
L borne about 2 in the morning rather Rosarlo toorderlHeimdal high. lives beyond the tact that those bus- :
.a the worse oft for a few highballs. As Nor; 'bk- Hensen. 1354 est secutive velocity attained for any five con Lands forget the commissions given S Pensacola, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta, :;.

won as he opened the door his wife Hull to order. -- minutes was on the 27th, them in the morning and are too tiredin Ga. p.
Humberto Span. bk., 1111 Battle, when 83 miles was recorded. YOUR. .
the evening to want,to oct ROUTE FREIGHT
anywhere
go
who
for him in the
was waiting accustomed The number of clear .
days in
Havana to crder the to
thenbu place< at the top of the stairs, Isabel Browne..:.Rua bk Lindqulst, month was only 6, the partly clear a scathing fact which somehow L. HILTON GREEN. President. T. E. WELLES VI( -Prfllldent. Southwest Georgia and West "
where she could ?watch his 1 uncertain 1231; Hull'to.xtaster. .'. -:.
..jen.ball.verj. ascent, started, upbraiding-;'hinvtfjr: his King-Oscar. II, Nor bk, Johnsen, rain fellseventeen days during the women, a larger.class perhaps:;;'%n all Florida. 'It

conduct Jones wont t fbed and,wh6n 75rn rld) to.k Ze1ius. ;:. month. The days on which thunder oVthesegood, unselfish, -loy..g- who I CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Via I

.-'l:3t be was almost asleep could* hear her ;I41lKort'k; Aanonsen/,1030;,, SanHavanato'order. fctorms occurred numbered 18." lack disastrously In some fine quality I Steamer Lines, Carrabelle, S :
i : of Pensacola, Florida.-
ItatU ; of humor of.apireciat1ooof friendli
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S ,
etiil him unmerciful/] He t
scolding i. : NOTICE. .' 'DIRECTORS. Fla. !,. ':
.t.1UtUg y Ii1 : t: p Z; O, ness. S "
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dropped off to sleep and awoke after a ; Tenders E. Welles, Rix M. Robinson, L Hilton 1
."' -i.. are asked for the'discharge coo WWr1ght. Morris Bear. T. Green and
:) ;:.r\ '
it of to bear his wife V ; ; 'The wife who,1s her husband's comrada J' TRANSACTED i- + I
couple hours, only M rteiierkFrencb: .. 1022Kings. of the Swedish bark "Xoach VInow .has little to fear. It Is one of the A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.
remark "I hope all the women don'tbare ; Lymi'ta'nulSte ; moored in the- Bay: of Pensacola, as S Low rates quick service to Tallahss :t.;,
- to put up with such conduct as Negpore; Kor'bk Gjerdsen1128, the Board of Surveyors orders cargo greatest factors in keeping him always U. and Quincy Fla., BaInbridge, Arllna- "''f -

this." "Annie" said Jones "are you & tLon-WL e1ius..... ;.. .- to betaken out; in order to.'be able hen, that of being ,t endl, with him. ton and Cuthbert Ga. j
t talklns again or yetr-Kansas City ,No: h.-TI\.Swed. bk, Burgfeldt.4260.' to ascertain the damage.: '. In being truly interested In ail be does For Rates McWILLIAMS and Information writ to '
I' .- S The and plans and wishes for and havingthe J. H. ., "
[tin; Star. Port-Jf aial :.toj'ordier. '; : : discharging to be done rat the
t.a. Olh1iri.ltal ;bk Ooet.a.. -to or- rate of not less than forty thousand comrade sense of humor that can H.G. DeSILVA & COMPANY Q .F. & P. A.. BaInbrIdge, Ga.EVANSVILLE. _, }

Clams' E&... der. ; superficial feet. per weather S working. always, laugh at his jokes and make
- The clam's eggs are carried by the 'Superb, :'Nor bk.,- Ulich, .1934AntTrerp"toA'Zelius day. merry by; the way instead of taking '
& Co: Parties contracting will have to account of everything with terrible
mother When there are
on her gills. : ; ," furnish bond and will be responsible smQe Can fill orders for lumber, sash doors, window : & ,',
Csh in the water with them the mother : : sthoonero.Donii for seriousness. If you can openly : j-:
t ajgE' S Christina Am sch;. McLeod1 the cargo while out of ship. for another and : .
clacw discharge the eggs which soon ; _' Tenders also wanted with him at his fancy Glass and all material.
hatch fish they 10s:3.alze'tornaster.:) S for'reloading even tease 'bInz-a little about it, the TERRE HAUTERAILROAD -
ftc but if there' no
are
:JDoifafipai'-Br 'SCh. ReddleJtZOOl: St the cargo after repair of the make I
Co tarry the eggs, until they decay:, The LncIetdmaster "st'u : Bids to be opened Saturday'V9sseLI the fancy ,isn't .likely ever to amount to We won't be able to special work:' ,
reason of this strange behavior is this: I 13th of October very'much. What forbidden is. we Send l
- Freddie- Heuckea;; Amsch, Bryant, at 11 o'clock a. m.. for a few days. your.orders. ;
an TVten the. .eggs are set free in the 415..'Havana --jnast<-"<-. at the office of Robert Tuemter &. Co., know, always more tempting. Many '.. ,
ncla moO Water they soon hatch and the little HjaJmar.: .: .'sch?. .xels15'Tam-. Brent Building. Room 33L Master reserves and many a situation has been saved THEDIRECTLINETOCHICAGO i r .,.f
.. ones swim about find some I the right to reject beeaus a wife was so true a friend
they
& jmtll I pa to-'orderjk. *. any or afl Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
fob to which to attach themselves. bids. to her husband that she persistently t ; i

-4 They live for a time on the,mucus of S ;NoTrcr- CAPT. BERNHARD ANDERSON. refused to regard' It aerioaBly.-lIary

F.F7.3' the fish and then-drop off, sink to the I Tenders - 1 bottom for them- and custody. of the cargo, now on board .l ,
and form burrows
S viet. &*Jres. .itis curious semlparasitic life the the Cwed1th'bark.bay of Pensacola"Alfhtld.Mstranded. near Muscogreewharf. In Neither CREW NOTICE.Pt tor owners The Simple Bride. North. Northwest. J' ;
ta Is Th'discharge tob done at the nor Consfgn of after the'return from the IiTSPECIAL
3. no doubt a reversion to the habit of a the British Bride ( NOTICE: ... I I
thousand 1
some rate of not'leas than forty superficial steamship Axmlnater, will be bridal tour>-l see by this medical: work "f
ancient ancestor. feet per working day. responsible for debts- con- \
- Parties contracting meh'a .to furnish tracted by the Crew 01 said that a man requires eight hours' sleep THE HOME DREDGING COMPANY Exceptionally Low Round- -,!.
Bow bond and will -be responsible for the.car* vesseL CAPT. 8PR1NK' and a woman ten. Bridegroom-Yes.I CHAS. G. OLLINGER, MANAGER.Is l "
to Be Besmtlfml."What
of .ship. Tenders also mo. A. MERRITT
while out
wt d& you do to keep -so beaut.fair go wanted for event reloading cf-th cargo.after S Conslgne5.& CO.. CaPtain. >e read that somewhere myself. fully equipped to do all kinds 9f wr cking work Trip Rates to all Summer i r,1

1Q. mey'asked the butterfly! repair of the--veseeL BIde to be Bride-How nice! Ton can get up Touris Points I"-
opened Saturday the nth- of October at Captain; Owners. hydraulic clam shell dredge hoisting .r
dredge apparatus }
mad with
I? and have the fire
I do nothing"" she repUed. 10 o.clOCk.1n the morning"at' the office ot the Aus- .every morning ..,
of,tbe vice-consul Oertlngand oft JIaster wedeo,reserves Mr.C- Mc-the aNelther'the for"Ida"! wffl 104 the breakfast ready before It'J 1tfaiy ; .:wrecking pumps and tugs. D. H. Hillman, .So U Rosen, ,,

A deep, genuine sincerity is the first right Kenxle to rej@'t any.or an bids. tracted by the Crew debts of con-said for me to zet up.-London Tlfr. .Office,, Foot of Eslava Street, Mobile, Ala. Q.P..T.A. .. General Ag.nt,. -
racteristlc WRY CAr: S.BENGTSSON.. vesseL HIEGLICH. Capt- Bits, S EvaDlYlIJlt Ind. WajhvlUe Ten% '..
of all in
men any S
,. ro ll1e... > Master of the,Swed. Bark J AlfhIld. GULF TRAIn1'1': O..ConsIgn4 .... of ,


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CONVICT HElOBY ,COFFEE: !I'Wi STRHNGE STATE, MANY ElPllfN- Hawes Celebrated





I Stout Men, Tall Men THE AlABAMA Coffee....Roaster*. Pioneer*.:" ofWemt : OF POLITICAl SYMPTOMS Of $3.00' AT Hats [



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Short Men OffiCERS McHUGH'S BLENDS AffAIRS PARASITES STONE'STKEHABERDASHEI c::=:



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have no equal. AIPIaJwIIteoftvlnced1e Broward May Coop r,Claims Worms Cause
p Are invited to call Sere and see tEe preparations P. C. Dawkins Returns From connoisseur Fight Against


we have made to fit them perfectly. Montgomery Without that we Result. in Great Victory Fifty i'er.Cent of Stom-'


I No matter what your waist, shoulder leg Jake Haney.P. make no extravagant For Him. 'ach Troubles.

measure may be, you can be fitted here just claims. S ,

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SS as well as your tailor could do it, and at a C. Dawkins, of the Star Turpentine The following communication, what St. iJoois,:Oct.'9.- flJbthms bas done 222 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET

; positive saving of good money. Trouser gomery Company Monday, who to went: secure to Mont Jake Wholesale and RetailGROCERS recent Is self Issue explanatory,of'The,Jacksonville appeared in Metropolis a so Louis much as the to arouse immnsenomber Ule. people of in par-St.

i lengths are 29, 30 and up to 37 inches in Haney an escaped negro.convict, returned :' "- atistes or tape worms that are being
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of The Metropolis !removed from individuals by a preparation
Editor
to the after To the
city yesterday .
length. Sizes for extra stouts as high as 48 noon without the prisoner. The man It is a strange state of political known &8_Cooper's New Dis TYPE.WRITERREPAIRS

held there is the one wanted but the affairs now: existing in the state of covery. W
inches. S .. S L_ ... Alabama authorities are undecided, an* all, J kinds of Feed Florida. The governor, a\seU-m3.de This preparation la being introducedin
L T.
is the'4rst time by
what to do in_ the matter as Haneyis man and a nateral-bora. Democrat this city for
Stuffs. members of his Cooper, the young pbilanthrop1twh3tins
held there upon a charge of grand 'being assailed try '
no governor of any made and is making a fortune: by
larceny. It will probably result in own party as : '
the governor of Florida making a request state in'the Union was probably ever Its sale. The medicine; is prepared atDayton Having secured the services of to
f on the governor of Alabamafor before assailed by men of his own I ,. Ohio,.and is sold for. various pert repairer we'lie* to notify th" c bik tt.
of etoana: :trouble.. It'Is now that we are now prepared to OTerhaal,
PlutoWate.rWholesale faith. forms'
the
political
escaped convict who is serving adujust or rebuild all makes of
a term of twelve years, andIf it Certainly, nothing like It 'has happened being sold in St. .Louis in such enormous era and adding machines and cashrtS.tni.T
THE JOHN WHITE STORE is refused Mr. Dawkins will probably in Florida, In. the twenty-five [ quantities as to nave caused tern AH work guaranteed. Estimates IIIl- p
have to watt until Haney is tried years of my citizenship here, and as !general discussion by physiciansI ed. Telephone machme. or us call and a..l we will aid for
your make
and serves his term before,ie'can'get and RetaiL I remember no Democratic governor 1 I throughout th*'city 1n&UOD and est1ma.te. an eum.
his man. Of th case the Montgomery I of any" Southern state. since the Cooper:claims :that meek Buffering.
,. Advertiser,ofyesterday contained Civil War. has been so abused by Is !the( result tapeworms. and stated A
Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear the following: New Orleans Grocery Co members of his own party. "Oraln- early. .during his,-visit that the creat-

"Jake Haney, a negro, is confined I age of the Evergladesnow marks ores were' responsible for fifty percent PensacolaTypewriter
in the county jail on a charge 'of the'line between those who. supportand of all -stomach: trouble. This

: Phone 225" '203-207 5., PALAFOX grand larceny. 'Jake Haney is ,also : thoee.' who oppose Governor claim seems :.0' be verified as fully

5 I an escaped convict from a Florida Jas. McHugh, Broward. in two primary conteststhe one-balf the individuals who have Exchange TI-
convict camp. present governor made drainingthe taken this preparation has been, relieved -
IP-: C. Dawkins, of Pensacola Fla.. Phone 105. 'Proprietor- Everglades ,an issue but those of one of these creatures. PHONE 1369 I
is in .Montgomery seeking permission ; who now oppose him so bitterly fall- A reporter spent an hour at Cooper's

from Alabama wthoritles to carry ad at that time to accept the Issue. headquarters, secured statements 313-3l5Brent Building

: need have terrors' for Haney back to Florida ,to serve outa and are criticising him for trying to from a number.people.. Mio,'brought
no you twelve years' sentence and. if Alabama redeem the plfdges.,h.e made the people one of the creatures to the young man I
WASH DAY if you send your washing to refuses, the convict camp wIll SUffEREDfROM in their own behalf. yesterday. The'following are some of
,
S. be heavy losers all'done_ :Montgomery In the contest that'made Mr. Brow these statements and are similar to -
The New Method.Laundry, patrolman will lose a $100 reward. ard the Democratic, nominee for governor all the rest:. BOOKS
PIOIIE'II88 E. W. LAWRENCE.. Prop. UssthIL&uDdriBld* ROMAASr Will the negro be kept here for trial ,.I eupported and voted for him, Mr. Chag. H. JKuetz, Hving:at 403t

AGENTS WANTED. and probably be sent off to serve & .a.:1d': have never regretted it, but 1 Easton avenue. who brought' with him Books only, but aQ kinds of bookitI
___ long term, or will Mr. Dawkins be THE HIGH didn't take kindly to his drainage a tapeworm about,fifty feet in length,
: ............. ........ ............................ allowed, to take him. to Florida? These scheme. I said then,, and I say now when ,questioned, said' : "I have been can p&rtioular Attention to my rock thin
If. questions that tie to be spent In drainage I of Boys Bo0te* ,3To well-balanced boy
were unanswered last right, money in poor health lot eight years. bare WlH start with "owa.Hp: : are- Urt him
and a novel situation is involved. It put Into a system of hard-sur- attributed it to my stomach, although With Horatio Ateer, Jr. Henty. Cooper de
"Haney was arrested by the Montgomery faced roads would do vastly, more I was' not certain Just what ete. These win keep them of .ths street

'1 More Light More Trade I Iand police September.19, charged WATER good. I had made up'my mind to wag the matter with: me. I felt: dull. For Glrfu,XxndM Aloott (Little Woa. ci th

wHh! grand larceny and was subsequently vote'against the drainage amendmentto most! of the-time and the least exertion en'book-, Martha Ftodlay (Elsie books).
bound over to the grand jury the constitution bat 1 have never tired: mfe. I had a very' Irregular Margaret Sydney (Pepper books), i&,.
by Recorder Barber. He has since ., said nor have I ever made up my appetitte and.always bad a coated Frmncia Hodgson Burnett (Little Lord thK
] Iscariot ,and betray F&untleroy and others), etc.
trade f been in jaiL"Through wind to turn Judas tongue. '1 was troubled wtthvj&ortness -
more means more
a letter from Police Chief my party or assist In the crucifixion of breath: headaches,.dizziness sleeplessness 'I bare aQ these at from 25o to U-M, in
i profits. More light i is therefore :.1 Taylor, Mr. Dawkins learned Satur- Farmers Along Tombigbed of Itg leader for trying to redeem and would see specks before according to.binding.
day that Haney answered the description a solemn pledge made .to. his and raised beta
a good investment. Let. River Sustained Great my eyes ti I stooped. over Many of my lOt paper backs are by
of a convict who ,escaped people. up quickly." standard authors, and are good literature,'
us install a i from the camp of the Star Turpentine F We are told that the railroads lay "Mr. worse rouble was that I seemed cc

Company at Cantonment, Fla.. twelve ,Damage 'From,:Flood. claim to all the lands embraced In to" lack all ambition and It -was IUat

: miles from Pensacola May 28 1906 the drainage district that they are difficult: .attend to my business a* HARRY T.
He came to Montgomery Sunday $ opposed to their drainage and are do HOWLAND,
I always felt tired even after anight'ssleep.
Gas Arc for $7.00 morning and Identified ing all hi'their power' to handku") I
the \
: Lamp : i Haney, Mr. Dawkins says is negro.a notorious The' Mobile Item *of. -'last' evening thel'governor in his efforts to save most. 'My mind of the seemed time and
burglar and was sent ; for says: _" 1 ,. LI5). these_ lands for the." ople. If the Da Luna St
oip I have had
I In, remembering. : '
The first .iron .the ombigbee -
l. ;
steamer )
| Pensacola Gas Company : house-breaking from Pensacola 'to railroads are so certain of their tlt'3to headache great deal'and have done at
river since the flood now prevail a
;
these lands why 'do they object to
twelve
serve years. He had been at
everything ,possible, but could get no at
the convict camp sixteen months ing in that waterway is the packet W. having them drained; and if the railroads ....
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. relief.
i i J.. Bethea arriving early to-day from
: -
when the
he escaped. have entered politics In .
: ex:
much of this man Cooper
"I
beard
....................... "Mr. Dawkins Demopolis. Her officers bring very state of Florida:"to one faction so Ice Coal Charcoal and
.... .* ....................... who Is interested In array that last WedneSday I bought a ,
discouraging reports of conditions in dfe
the Star Turpentine Company came of the Democratic party against the I did not
bottle of his, preparation.
I to the lowlands eitendmg-j rom Demop- have! done' ? If
: Montgomery without a requisitionfrom other why they so 'When I took two Wood c.
CLOTHESCLEANED SIGHTED WRECKIN the Governor of Florida. He c-Hs south to. the juactton of the as has been repeatedly charged the use it of till it yesterday-and about two hours ago a
AND PRESSED.To said yesterday that be rivers. railroads have played fox and :gees: doses '
THE GuLF saw no necessity left. my system. I know Delivered anywhere in the h
have your fall and winter clothes for a requisition because Haney So fast came the rise, they say with the two great political parties a parasite
all
cleaned, pressed and repaired and put In 1 is willing to go back to Florida. All that farmErs; cot Id not ,pick the cotton in several states. debauching the electorate now that made'me feel so, badly city. We can supply you In t1tr
[
Rood condition. send them to us. We The New Orleans.Picayune say.: these years. I consider this the mos
fast enough from the stalks/that wonder
: he desires Is authority to take the no great metf advocate -
and heardof. quantity and our serviceis
do everything in that line guarantee The steamship Atlantis, wihch left remarkable preparation I ever any
our work. Ladies work a specialty. Gentlemen negro to his state. they were compelled to,pull the stalkup government ownership of roads for v
's membership rates. $1.00 per Cuba last Wednesday morning, "Although there I is a disposition on by the root. This method was frequently aa the only means of curing existing i ievils. It hag made life ,worth' living always prompt Phone
month. All work called for and delivered. brings news of another wreck float- more' and I. am very tha.a.kful -
the part of officials here to assist Mr. observed'aJDng the river In But, if the railroads have entered me once .
Phone, ESCAMBIA 1373 PRESSING CLUB, Ing in the Gulf of Mexico, about sev Dawkins. there seems to be a doubtas the lowlands over which the murky politics in but a s1l;'e State t.f.

9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET, enty-five miles from the bar. to where the authority lies, and waters of the Tombigbee were creeping an? that state Is Florida, theo ssedth The tatementOflMt: Win. Bracken 363.E. t'C t'I'
WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER. To those aboard the Atlantis the some seem to think that it is solely rapidly. The damage to the cot day of government owner;!Vt on of 720 Morgan street, was as-follows: GSEWL.L
long black object caus'ed much wrth stomach trouble ,
ex with ton th> lightning's wing, it hsd'sufreied
the governor, while others thinkit and corn crop is extensive_ cainot come rt
citement and for a time all mannerof is with the solicitor and the judgeof Every effort has been made by the tfo soon. to save the peop'!"! for three years..I'was not sick enoughto 26 N. TARRAGONA STREET I'C
ME.NARE LEARNING THAT BY
conjectures were in order' As be to bedbutiustfeItb&d' all the I'C
S the criminal court"Solicitor farmers to save as much their cropsas Personal Abuse. I'C
BY LIFE ASSURANCE soon the object was sighted in S trouble .was that
as Dent said yesterday that possible in view :of'!the fact that t have watched this contst day by time. My gnatest
lacocoee are maintained mortgages the water the captain ordered his tfreclwou1d set up In
he could not authorize the:'*egro to the weather bureau had predicted a day as'one Democratia! neVspaper after I always
debts secured ondevelpoed
protected boat around, and started for an in tired as when
: ,enterprises guarded business rendered vestigation. be taken from here. further rise in the. Tombigbee. This another has opened up on the Democratic the mornlnrjfeehng" as To the PublicPrc' I'I
eafe.investments given permanent in "The patrolman who arrested Haney rise is predicted to reach a stage 0'\ governor of the state with I went to bed. and
Arriving close proximity to it, Irregular appetite
1 had a:very:
is anxious because of the
$100 reward columns of
abuse
value, and capital preserved. A policy they discovered that it was a large forty-five feet at Demopolis. Rainis written with pens troubled.with' dizzy spells. 'If ISloc.ZOr
offered by the Star Turpentine. Company dippel in gall and '1 have wag
in the
lla THE EQUITABLE does all this. square-rigged schooner turned turtle. falling continuously rpper wonderedif "4enlth of tin.e.I would
'and more-provides for the family attar -The hull your death. Send us your name camp"THE As a cargo the steamer Bethea had Esau: that guided the vo>ce of the Democratic -
in the
and evidently not water long. back. I feas nervous'and felt ail the 1
S my
ege and address.KNOWLES A hurried investigation made of 728 bales of cotton 301'of which ;.ra Jaccb. There is no way for 1J
was terrible"was
EAGLES WILL GIVE THEIR the voter to this time as though something
BROS.. Insurance the wreck as best they could but to BALL THURSDAY NIGHT, ocT' 11, compressed from Demopolis 368 and escape the drainagepreposition going to h ppeD., My memory has ,
sacks of seed, produce and other, as matter now .
---==:::: -:::- ;;;= :..-- no avail; nothing could be found that FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE freight stands it seems to be the governor been polng'bad during the past.year; To those who have contracted the

Just Received. would indicate that any lives were STORM SUFFERERS and his Mends on,one side the railroads and my eyesight.is not as keen as T habit of taking one or some ol the

lost.Captain A Most Worthy, Article. and their friends on the-other. was. I:have,tried.many kinds of med dangerous advertised remedies thi,
Imported Macaroni, Sweet"Oil. Cheeses, N. D. Nilsen In charge of helped
me"
Tflll Pickles' Sauer Kraut. :Mackerel Cod the Atlantis thought that Bargain. When an article has .'been, on the You pay your money end you take icines butnotbitig ever communication l It particularly addressed.
:1 s fVh, Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot probablysome Low price for.quick sale, half block on market for years and gains friends your choice. '"'i.bad about given,up all tope oT .
; Jlread, French Navy Bread. Everything )sailors! were in the vicinity but idge. East. HulLS A. V. CL.TJBBS. every year it Is safe to call this S In the' meantime. If the opposition ever being in good.health again, whenI If you J tarp-some of the various s>
Crcsh and new. after a rigid search he proceeded on
;. JTlteJi Hazel. $1.00 per gallon. towards the Mississippi river, leaving GLASS medicine a worthy one. Such is Bal- keeps up Its present tactics It will heard so much: of Cooper. and decided -'called: tonics dyspepsia remedies!,
lard's Horehound Syrup. It'positively land the Everglades high and dry t, try medicines. I bought ore: kidney, .liver or stomach cures cureS
Marine Grocery Company., the wreck to its destiny. It was Impossible AND GLAZING.E. it is
cures coughs ,and all Pulmonary put Governor Broward in the United bottle of hls'New Discovery, as for insomnia if ytfu are'bI. the habit
to-find out of the B. WELLS, 10 E. INTENDENCIA. 1
J. VIDAL, Manager.SIIOES the name oI'Just 'tb..re'e' doses o!
y. I t
; vesseL diseases. One of the best known merchants -States Senate where he ought to be, called. of takln.((141133583 of effervesced

The Atlantis brings the first report in J.Iobile.c.A1a., says: and create more sentiment in favorof the med.cine 'ano' this. tapewornr, salts for tb.. &ef* *. or cathartics lot
"For five family has government ownership of railroads which 13.over seventy feet in length constipation, nostrums advertised ta
years my not
of this ..wreck, and the .supposition
is, judging from the site of the been troubled with the winter coughswe in Florida than was ever dreamed of left my system.._::1, never suspected clear the blood5ake< ,away pimples! ,
hull and the vicinity in which it owe this to Bat1a .d's Horehound by any man. that I had this thing. I feel better clear Uienetc. 'airentIy harm-
OPEN FORIBUSINESS My personal influence: Is about that already and !Believe I will get back
buttMfihly advertise
I
was found that it .is the wreck of one Syrup. know It has sated my children let dangerous
the
of the bg lumber schooners trying from many sick, spells. of the average railroad lawyer, I have some of thefeshlhad lost during headache cur"-then vo say try us
to get into 'Pensacola harbor the one vote, but <1 expect for that vote pase 'few yeara .L would toot have without ,a,cent of coot to you.

day of the hurricane. on Will Open Thursd y. to Indprse thegovernor's position on that thing'in. "me again- for a thousand 100, 00tpeopla die annually In Amerlea .

The Atlantis, in charge of CaptainN. The Kandy Kitchen's restaurantwas the drainage question as well as the dottarsV from th, use,..of dangerous fleaS
D. Nilsen, was loaded with fruit not opined yesterday as. was position of the Democratic party on These statements and others like for ,ache, heartland fttaey remedIes.Bromcinia.Isabsolvtely .
stated In \ the same question already expressed them go fartoward accounting harmless and
from Cuba and .chartered by the yesterday's Journal but will here and
Oteri firm. open Thursday at ,which time this at the polls. Cooper &immense success more effective as a cure for the above
popular place will,be ready to serve :ALLAN RODGERS. elsewhere. So far,every claim made complaint than an-ythlrtg known ta
the public. by the young man'seems to. have been
Practitioners.
Medical Not a patertnostrum.
Lest We
TheBeacon ,
ENGINEER KILLED verified.' .
forget-Baby. is restless. can't Now With J. A.
sleepat Walker., Cot out coupon at the bottom of tt's!
night won't eat. cries spasmodically. Miss Maggie McVoy Is nt>w withJ. AT',BAGDAD ,MILL article-sead it to! us. You will tcelve

c Light A bottle of White's Cream The Klein A. Walker's book store, where she ed. s-package free of cost: Be bore!
Vermifuge never fails- to cure. Every Grocery will be'pleased to ee her friends. Whileworking In the island mill The body -w'a' terribly mangled, to write name and address plalaly
mother should give her baby White's She will take subscriptions for magazines at Bagdad last Friday evening, Mr both legs and' one arm' were-;mashed wM
15,000will. be pain to anyone
Cream Company is for and She desires John Rrashers-wbobas filled the position head .
Vermifuge. So many times open periodicals. almost to 'a Jelly and .the wascrushed can show that Brocionia is not xtstately >
when the baby is [that her late father's Masonic friends of chief engineer in the mill for beyond recognition., Thos,
pale and fretful,
: As the beacon light the mother does not know what to doA business at its old call on her when in need of anything several years. was accidentally caughtin working with him bad their bass safe,to physician.-Hake. Formula Hospitals furthll'ed'to *n!*

on shore gides the mar- I bottle of this medicine would bring I in her line. the machinery and Instantly kinWE to him at.t e time of :the accident, doctor any supplied in bulk free of chars:
color to his cheeks and laughter to stand Main and and could not tell' Just how ,it ,occtrred. -
iner into a peaceful haven his eyeS: Give it a trial. corner To_ Meet This Afternoon.The ., .

o! rest, so the Bea- Palafox streets and I,will meet Ladies this of afternoonat4 St. Catherines church o'clock :'JohnBrashears- yell: 1ai w1i'to.a11Clur FREE BROMOKIA COUP01.
had' held position ;with
PIANOS! PIANOS! people a :
is haven ,at the church. .
Shoe .
; Light a '
; con The the Bagdad mills for many.years. ............. .. .....
Forbes Piano; embodies as many solicits a continuance GIVETO remains brought to Milton Name.. .. .....!
were
of rest for tired feet. features of superiority as any piano on I Phone No. 178Is.NowWqrking The ,
the market. and interred in the. Milton cenvv

: They fit the foot easily The tone is all that could be desired by of the patronage that .. tarT Saturday evening ,the. funeral the most critical musician and has been attended-- Santa Rosa _,
largely
; and naturally ,and cost perfc" ted to a very high degree.; Sol Calm & Co. MENThe being i :--
The low has been best wed in Star. '1 -
1 1 only which these prices pianos,and are sold easy enables terms on all State. .. ,.....'..................,..
who wish to do so to possess, one. NOTICE. : I correct finish on their,

% P. A. HENDRIX E. E. FORBES Pensacola PIANO Agent.CO.,, the past. Bids are requested to discharge the shirts collars and cuffs that the, showed at Napoleon the battle of napaet.Au8 erUt%. he My disease Is........................
of deals Portugese"shlp Farreira
> Three DollarsH. _ _ ToctttNOTJC8. Fresh be- cargo and take of charge of same cargo- : particular and well dressed was the greatest,Leader, "'In'the world.
j
.-- goods ;are. for benefit and account. .ot whom It. men: .appreciate. Then too, by Ballard'a Snow Liniment bas shown My nearest druggist is to...........,
The Pensacolar Electric Company have] may 'cncern. : our careful handling these articles the public' it is- the best,Liniment in
r removed to temporary once rooms 325 ing received daily and the world. ,A: quick cure for Rheumatism
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BABROS ..
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to 329 Brent building J. W... LEADLET._ 6t S Master. last longer Sprains, Burns Cuts':; etc. A. C. .. ..... ..... ... .. ... .. ...

Manager. none but the best are Pitts Rodessa- La., says: 1:'used Bal- Address: :
Temporary Location. The Star Steams lard's Snow Liniment In"
my family
Move to Brent
Building. offered the trad The temporary offices of E. E. and find it unexcelled for
0 ANSON ', Ausfield & Brent the architects. now sore chest,
have offices 'in. the Brent building, rooms Saunders & Co.. and E. E. ,Saunders : Laundry; headache, corns.;.In,fact anything that Bromonia Company
J12-314. are noW' located in' the north/ end of can be _reached_ by .a liniment
the "-'a- .!
CASH LQTII1ER.l Phone No. 178 .. Keyser bulldinfe. 31 E. Garden St. Phone 114 THE EAGLES WILL:GIVE THEIR 683 Broadway, New Yor

Corner Pilafoi iad "II Is Now"Working. GLASS SM Pensacota' Fla. BALL THURSDAY :NIGHT,' OCT. 11. Special sale now being held by lLt'
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KleinGrocery i Go GLAZING. r" FOR THE BENEFIT OF 'THE NAH BROS, -<
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I Sol ((Jahn & .Co. E. B. WELLS, .10 INTENDENCIA.L .STORM SUFFERER; : ;
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