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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 = FENSACOLA FLORIDA. FRIDAY 'MORNING. OCTOBER 12, 1906.- PRICE 5 CENTS rI -



IS 51 R.ONOAQAINST FAST PASSENGER TRAIN. PENALTY OF $5 PER: HOUR 8l1SS'Wlll N NAMEt-.r; .IT


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CUBAN ANNEXATION IN WRECK AT FLOMATGN IMPOSED ON WATER GO.; ''u


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Senator Bacon, of Georgia, I Misunderstanding of Orders FOR EVERY HOUR THE WATER' PRESSURE IS
Americans Take Third : ;

: Comes Out Fla -Footed the Cause of a Serious BELOW, A-CERTAIN LIMIT-MAYOR BLISS fti.f'I';

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= and Gives Reasons. Accident.J OFFICIALLY NOTIFIES THE COM- i
Game Score
by of 3 to i i : PANY OF THE PENALTY. >


I'S CONTRACT SYSTEMAt I I Eight :Persons.lnjured, Six At Next Regular Meeting of :
By Associated Press. hose breaking It O'Neil relieved!1 A penalty of $5.00 for every hour or !fled the company that It was liable for! '
between Chicago, Oct ll.-Toctay's game ''Hahn on first The bases were now! of Them Passengers. fraction of an hour that the water I the penalty of $5 for every hour .or Council and Not : t
the '
teams
of the
Nationaland full with nobody out and a pandemonium -I pressure Is below a certain limit prescribed fraction of an hour. ,..
Panama Favored By Rail- American leagues was a battle of cheers from American league j 1 by city ordinance has been The mayor's position Is that the accident BefQre.SEVERAL .
royal between pitchers, and the sympathizers! broke loose. Captain I II placed In force by Mayor Bliss againstthe stage In the proceedings has
road Builder. American team won, three to nothing. I Jones fouled out Istell struck out and! ENGINEER COMER,' WHO' JUMPED Pensacola Water Company. The passed as the company should have
Twenty-one batsmen were struck out, 'then came Rohe, a substitute, who! mayor officially notified the companyyesterday made repairs before. this, and thus
twelve of them by Walsh. In additionhe i brought victory to the Americans JUST! BEFORE COLLISION, SUSTAINED afternoon' of 'the enforcement given better pressure.At IN R4CE .
I a gave one- pass and allowed but two i Tuesday. He sent the ball down the BROKEN' COLLARBONE, of this section of its charter one of the fires yesterday morn tf
tion SENATOR TALIAFERRO. AND FAMILY hits, both in the first inning. Thereafter I third base line under the bleachers caused by the low pressure, it Is ingthe gauge at the police station '
of RETURN the Nationals until the ninth In- I and the three men on bases scored HIP AND KNEE !AND BADLY stated, of the past few days. showed a pressure of only 46 pounds, "
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WASHINGTON ning never had any sort of a chanceto amidst wild cheers. Donohue then t Mayor Bliss 'stated last night that which is far below the pressure demanded Sanders Hutchinson and :
wefits FROM EXTENSIVE TRIP score. I flew out ending the agony. I CUT HEAD-MIS$ : HUMPHRIES the Etand pipe on North Hill had not by the city at all times. ,

thusiastists Thirteen thousand five hundred en- The National's except in the first OF MOBILE CUT. contained any water for two weeks, I During the hurricane the stand pipe Frank in the Lead. : :
'OUt' THROUGH WEST MAGOON encouraged by the slightly inning, never gave a hint of designson I or since the storm, and that while the was damaged to a considerable extent
,m's warmer weather were present the home plate, Walsh having -- charter of the company provided that i and workmen were engaged placing II
THINKS (CHINESE WOULD DO Pfeister, the left-handed pitcher, them at his mercy. It took a large no penalty shouldlbe Imposed In case 'In condition to hold water, but the .A
WELL ON went in for the Nationals. His 'con- force of policemen to protect Walsh If By Associated Press. I II of accident that more than two weeks mayor has been Informed that they MAYOR BLISS ALMOST BESIEGED
PANAMA CANAL. trol : Ala., Oat 11. 'I & ,1t
Montgomery :
was good but by no means per and Rohe from frenzied admirers who had elapsed ,without repairs, and that have not yet done 30, and as a consequence .
fect.. Ha quickly steadied and pitched N. passenger train number.96 collided used Is being' BY FRIENDS OF ASPIRANTS FOR
all water
-- thronged onto the field. The score: I as the city was liable at any momentto
superbly until the sixth when he went RHE 1 near Fomalon this morning with a I Ii need a high pressure, he had noti'pumped direct I' THE POSITION OFFICERS PETITION .!
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Washington Special"to D.The C. Journal to pieces and the game was lost Nationals .. .. .. ., .. ..0 2 1 i south-bound freight; The, acCIdent! I ,

Bacon, of Georgia, ,Oct.has 11.-come Senator out Tannehaelll batter, singled., reputed Walsh'walked to be a 'and weak Americans Batterries .. ... .. .. .. ..3 5 j I was due 'to misunderstanding of or II i i MAYOR TO APPOINT ,:; f-

for fat-footed against the annexation of moment later Pfeister hit Hahn In the a Walsh and Sullivan.: Pfeister and Kling; !dered. Eight persons. were Injured. I Southern Construction Co. EITHER FONDEBILLA OR M. B. !
do Cuba. On his way through Washing-I 'several seriously.: j ji 'It

ten he said: "Generally speaking i !Engineer Corner 'and Fireman I Track FRANK. 'I 1
i-cial as well as political equality Rebvilding L. & ,N. !
passenger-jumped just
of the
exists among all classes in Cuba. The COLD WEATHER CAUSES :Jumps *" ,f
rceroes there: are a prominent, self :before the colIls' n.< Comer! sustained II The new marshal of Pensacola will ,}-

assertive force in matters civil and : a broken collarbones hip and knee I The Southern Construction Com- the company is well equipped for the be named by Mayor Bliss at the next:, ';, .
r military insolent of political place BIG DEMAND :and a' badly cut head The fireman'ship I pany, the firm that has the contract to job and has commenced in a manner regular meeting of the council, which' I
ana: leaders In revolutionary enterprises FOR CLOTHING and foot are Injured.. i rebuild the tracks of the Louisville & which Insures its completion withina will be two weeks hence. On that
of the past and present Tb Nashville from Pensacola to Escam- reasonable time. date he will send In the name of his :;
introduce such: a community into our Miss Humphries of Mobile who was I bia bridge, has a big force of men,at A tempo /y sack has been con- choice to be confirmed, and while he
Federal system would seriously en. BY THOSE WHO. LOST ALL in a sleeper was cut and 'Conductor I work along. the road. Two trains, structed to the bridge and is used In will probably make his selection long ; ti
|large and Intensify the racial prob- THEY POSSESSEDIN Brock of the passenger train and five I bringing equipment; two steam hauling material to that point before that date, he will not divulgethe
V-m With the develspment the THE other passengers here more or less shovels and a large force of men arrived The work on the rebuilding of the name of the person or lead anyone j>t
k. 8-isar and tobacco interests In Cuba: HURRICANE, AND THE RELIEF injured. II here recently and as soon as bridge is being rushed as rapidly as of the aspirants to hope that he i t. .
which! would certainly and speed'ly possible the trains were sent out over possible, and about five hundred men will be successful {,
follow: annexation, those interests in COl\iMITTEE.SUPPLIES MANY The crew of the freight escaped- jl the P. & A. division to commence the are engaged In the rebuilding work, The mayor stated yesterday that he :l
the United States would soon be de- serious Injuries. I work of building a permanent track but the progress is greatly hamperedby had been besieged during the day i -
i stroyed. Certain kinds of tobacco APPLICANTS. PULLMAN PASSENGERS : and one which will be several feet : the lack of material At present with friends of the various parties : .
production might be excepted, but I ESCAPE.: higher than the old roadbed. This en estimate upon when the bridge will whose names have been mentioned as ; ';.j i f -
generally speaking th's would be the I HAD NARROW= work Is an immense undertaking, but be ready for use cannot be made. possible successors of Marshal Schad. !t
IYUNo result. Senator Bacon al3o pointed! I The cold weather of yesterday and the loss of their bed clothing, but : --0-. :I and while he was receiving suggesr t<.1 .:
out the Immense loss of revenue I the day previous 'caused many addi-- now that there has been a great fall : Several passengers were slightly. tions as to the most capable man for ; .
"which tional 'calls to'be made the relief In the : injured and many bruised as a result -:' he not .
would ensue if Cuban sugar upon temperature they feel the loss Admondson Leaves the position was leading any f'
and 'tobacco: were admitted free. committee for clothing and bed of. their! blankets, quilts, etc.. to'a : of the double wreck_at Flomaton ; Capt. of them to believe that their favorite ', t i.
Favors Contract Work. ding. Those who had suffered from great extent I yesterday morning, out none of the would be named. 'I' ;, '
W C. Oliver, of Knoxville, Tennessee the hurricane losing all they possessed. The relief committee has so far II Injuries are in. any way serious.A After Surveying the Wrecksto It was stated yesterday afternoon a
said to be the largest railroad felt the need during Wednesday distributed fifty dozen comforts, between switch engine was, transferring that the friends and workers for the t ,
r contractor in the United: States fa. night and yesterday morning of hear thirty and forty dozen blanket two Pullman cars from the main line appointment of Frank D. Sanders W. ,i:! ', f"
TOTS the construction cf the Panama ier clothing and suitable covering for and about forty dozen' sheets, and it I to a siding, and was endeavoring to H. Hutchinson and M. B. Frank were I' '
canal, by contract. He claims it can their beds, and being unable to provide Is expected that to-day there will be shove the cars into the switch and Captam Admondson representative make recommendations as to the!; in the great majority, and that one of .
R be completed] under the contract sys ,,them called for assistance from additional calls for similar, articles close It ,before train No. 96 fromMobile -of the underwriters with ,whom manyof disposition. Two were condemned the three stood the best chance of securing _
tent.Inroar.. six. to eight ,years -and:j he_relief 'committee., _Every.. person The calls for food have' ceased 'en I :was: due. The Blatter .however, the:wrecked vessels In Pensacola one of which has been sold and the the position. 1 '
the South is especially anxious it I[calling during the 'day received clothing tirely. ""Everyone,now &Pp1rl: 1g.wantt ,came-around: tie "STve dashing before the harbor-were' insured left" .yesterdayfor other win' and be, but-repaired all of.the it-thought others can' The officers In the police department I x
should be ready for operafon at the: and bedding: sufficient to. tide clothing of I some character, and this I switch was closed, into' the he-saved .have circulated a petition' which. :): i
I probably here
and other 'points. He-will The captain has been since a 0
earliest them condition. tender of the switch engine will t
ver'their to the
possible momentSir I present Is, being furnished. they present mayor reQuesting t "
Oliver demand The tearing it up, as well as breaking it stop in Mobile. few days after the storm, making a that t' I. t
says the South Is progressing ] While the for clothing c{ committee expects to receive ; finishedhis either Deputy Frank or 'jf
ex- rapidly especially in the! all kinds is heavy, there are more information from the relief committee from the engine. I He was sent here to examine all of thorough survey, and. having Captain Fondebilla be 'appointed. The 7 t "
abliccaul production cf iron steel and: cement calls for blankets and suitable bed at the navy yard as" to the exact The engineer and fireman of the the vessels wrecked in the storm, and work departed.STAN'DARD information that the mayor had sent : .F
rrlt-, large quantities of which are being: covering than any other articles just I needs of the destitute there, and when switch engine jumped and left the the officers a communication was incorrect : 3r: '
gts- used in the construction of railroads at present While' the warm weatherwas this Is received an effort will be madeto I throttle of the engine open. with the ;and should have been that the i-
fill- which is.keeping up with the develop I here the poor did not.feel so much supply the wants in that vicinity.:' result that the engine with the two officers were preparing a petition to : \: : t.:
for ment of Southera industries. I'Pjillmans in front went along the sid tile RECKINGCOMPANY G Oil the mayor. In this connection Mayor ;: .
;am- Taliaferro Returns. lg at a lively ,clip, finally bringing Bliss yesterday afternoon made the :> .to
After a three months' trip through up1 against two bis-lococntires stand following statement: L. ,
the: Pacific States and Canada wit IS ing on the track. The Pullman which "The statement in this morning's ;: :;;i .
his family, Senator Taliaferro, of SOVEREIGNTY OF f FATAL mm hit the engine was somewhat damaged Journal that I had addressed a letter f i'; iJ ,:
Florida cane to Washington to con- but none of the passengers, and T T81D TO CONSPIRACYTRIAL to the police force asking their recom* ?IIl!; 'i '\
sult the Democratic campaign leaders. there were quite a number from Pen mendation as to who I should'app InJ : ::
He is a member of the "congressional sacola, were injured, or even shakenup chief of police. a mistake. I have ':.' ; L
ge ("Jm itt@e. In discussing the San to any extent. not asked anyone for advice, but I am -rf f.''x.
Francisco disaster the senator said THE ISLE OF F OF F SUICIDE The engineer of the Mobile train cheerfully receiving recommendations i.l "j, ,
easterners do not comprehend theeaormity had his collar bone broken and thr. from all Interested citizens who desire '
of the catastrophe. The city passengers who received injuries to speak for any particular can. ; } ,
J vas almost completely destroyed yet a were also on that train. didate and after I have heard them :: .:
.-r all I will act best judgment! :
the" people there are confident its upon my
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l PINES C COMPACT In the interests of the city." '
bf'lng restored in five or ten yearsat jl j f
the mostDiscussing CLEARING OUT"IS On Floating the Vessels Evidence Adduced Yester- .
conditions in the north. :

user,Cod "The west northwest and south has, the a great Senator future said as: OPPONENTSMAYOR Stranded at This Port day During Proceedingsat RESOLUTION BYWAR Ji

[ Hotline It Provisional Government of Bride and Groom of Week
otters
a better means of making a
money quickly ,than anywhere else. I During Storm.The Findlay, Ohio. VETERANS ".

vHth the south:> Mississippi Valley, Itwill Cuba Will Have Noth- Decide That Death Is WEAVER OF PH1LADELPHKA !E' .-
fly.C see the greatest development 1 tj; -

flaring the next decade. The lower ing to Do With' the Preferable to Living.By GETTING POLITICAL representative of the' Chapman : By Associated Press. CONDEMNS PRACTICE OF BURY. ,
Mississippi; will benefit from the fact & Merritt Wrecking Co., of New I FIndlay, Ohio, Oct 11.Evidence
that it will be the gateway to the REVENGE. York is expected in Pensacola withina was brought out by the state todayin ING MEN WITHOUT WAR t. .
markets of the world through the .Question.By few days and will bid upon floatingthe I the trial of the Standard 041 Company
Gaf! and the Panama canal and that Associated Press. many vessels that are on the I of Ohio for conspiracy against RECORDS IN NATIONAL : .
if has every material resource, In addition Liberty, Mo., Oct .-AS the out. : By Associated Press. beach. He is now in Mobile, and of trade, showing the ownership of the CEMETERIES.By 'i ;
: Associated: Press. come of a 'suicide compact Jesse Mobile Register of yester- Manhatta Oil Company to be in the
, to being able to raise two crops I Philadephla, Oct. It.-At the request him the
where the north can raise but one." Havana Oct .-The provisional Webb, son of a prominent farmer way : Weaver Thomas 1 day contained the following"CaptaiIn : General Industrial Development Company
of Mayor *
Chinese on Canal. government will have nothing to do to-day shot and dangerously wounded : of Chittenden of the Mer limited, of London, England; .
the
with the question of sovereignty of by his wife at Smithville' near here.: Hicks, director of department that the Manhattan does not Associated Press. ;" '.
Compaqof also
Before leavlns for Cuba Governor his ritt & Chapmann Wrecking -
Oct 1L At the
public works, resigned -day, Washington, final ,
11nmn I the Isle of Pines or with the separa Mrs. Webb then shot herself, dying New York is in the city in connee compete with the Standard, but does
. of the Canal Zone, discussed resignation to take effect! Immediately. session of the United Spanish Way .1
, labor conditions in that territory giv tion of the government of the island instantly. The couple had been married The cause dates back to the city lion with the salvage of a large num.ber compete with the Independent compa Veterans a resolution was adoptee .
the rest of the' Cuban republic. only a week and were on their, These facts were brought out .
lag it as his! juJgment that Chinamen from convention which nominated D. of Norwegian steamers which are nies. condemning the practice of burying !
'could become good workers on the The executive'authority of the United honeymoon. Webb, who was "a suf- party district attor stranded and wrecked along the gulf in the testimony of T. T. Cuthbert. citizens without ?
Clarence Gibboney as distinguished waft ;
C canal after they learn how' to work 1 I States has already decided that the ferer from tuberculosis, became, worse The mayor's candidate wat coast The big ocean-going tug Rescue president, of the Manhattan. A similar records in the National cemeteries. .
to Cuba and em- the last few In ney. to that trial i if t I
lIe thinks the more Ch'nese labor is Isle of Pines belongs during days. a state Frederick J. Sho>er. of his company is now on its criminal suit en It was decided that in states where t f
secured for this the bettera I bodied that affirmation In the treaty ment Webb said that he and his wife to this port from New York and pending; against his company, and ht
project week Mayor\ Weaver removed way there were composed of k:;
Three !: ago camps negro <
pending for ratificationIn had decided ,it better to end it I under order of the court
which is now was contract is awardedthe testified
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V they are more efficient worke.rtthan CoL Sheldon Potter as director as soon as the members x>f the organization the ne .'I ;":
the negoes of Jamaica. He the senate. all of the department of public work of salvage will begin along which renders him immune from future gro camps should be organized into ;:'.
fears however, that after the ChIna. Governor Taft has decided that the safety because he would not dismiss the coast. Many of the vessels are I criminal prosecution. separate departments and that hereafter ",
men make a little money they will pay of Cuban senators and congressmen the superintendent x>f police, whd I badly damaged while others are total I the word "negro" should be used j;
Wfr their work and go Into businessfOr shall be stopped on October first ELOPED: WIT"PITTSBURG was accused by the mayor of taking wrecks. Some of them will be floated. I FORT MORGAN 1 instead of "colored." ;.t
themselves. when the Palma administrationceased. interest In Gibboney's "Captain Crittejiden will bid on all TO BE REBUILT; ;
Another Chance For Cuba. He will decree congress In recess too great an vessels here at Gul/port Ship Island, .
Charles R. Miller, cf Cleveland. until its status is settled. GIRLSON nomination. Tfensacola and other. places on the COTTON I KILLED ;!
Ohio the retiring commander-in-chief The Battleship Louisiana leaves on j Gulf of Mexico. Of these vessels RUMORS THAT POST WAS TO BE
cf the United Spanish War Veterans Saturday for Norfolk with Governor there are quite! a number, which in- ''''''
thinks the Cubans should be given Taft and party on.board.accompanied FIRE CHIEFS cludes the Condor and Merzapore ABANDONED ARE BY THE FROST
.
the Virginia with Generan Funs- OF VICE-PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS Hereford, i
by Andrea,
another chance to govern; themselves stranded here I I UNFOUNDED.Mobile .
j and if they do not demonstrate their ton on board.STOLYPIN. MARRIED AT STEU- ELECT OFFICERSBy Noach. Alfield. Snperba. Ingrid at ?
ab*>:Hty the United States should take ,Pensacola and the Sign! Magdalena Oct. 11.-Colonel Mills Inspector By Associated Pr.... '1
1 the island. He says he and his comrades BENVJLLE, 0. Nurnberg Baunen and' Hercules at General of the War Department Atlanta Oct 11.-President Harris i
tiid<} not go to war for glory, but IS Associated Press. Ship Island." has finished his inspection! of Jordan estimates that forty or fifty t
r to free Cuba. "if it can not govern Oct 11.-The Inter- the damage,done by the storm at the thousand bales of cotton were killed + {l
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e Itself," be said, "it must fall Into the By Associated: Press. Dallas, Texas Chiefs Association today FOOTBALL GAME Fort Morgan Reservation, and has in Georgia alone by last, night's frost '. 1
lands of the United States or a European DENOUNCEDFINNISH Steubenville, Onto, Oct* ill The national elected Fire George :M. Kellog, of ENDED1N'TIE. recommended to the department that and freezing weather. t

power. It Is my opinion that announcement is made here that Frederick Sioux City, Iowa, president and the fort be rehabitated, the work to THREE INDICTMENTS ; .:
if its people again fall to maintaina : Fairbanks, son of the rice- James McCalla of Roanoke, Va., secretary Press. be by contract This determinationon AGAINST THE L. & N. >
stable government.. It should beCOme CONSTITUTIONAL DEMO- president of the United States, eloped Washington was chosen as By Associated? the part of the Inspector Genera"ets .
a part of this country" from Ptttsburg with Miss Nellie meeting place. Raleigh, Oct. 1L-The A. & !M. Col- at rest rumors that have been In Nashville, Tenn, Oct 11.-The Fed-( ; :f,
CRATIC CONGRESS :TAKES Scott and was married here. It Is the next lege and Richmond College football circulation here to the effect tha era! grand jury returned three separate :
NEGRO CHILDREN stated that Mr. Fairbanks objectedto BIG STOCK ISSUE BY game here"today resulted in a tie, :Major Slaker had recommended to Indictments against: the Louisville [ J
BURNED TO DEATH RADICAL"A.crION.By the marriage. The bride Is the NORFOLK AND WESTERNBy neither side being able to score. The the department the abandonment of and Nashville Railroad Company aE .
daughter of a prominent Pittsburg contest was witnessed by a large and the fort. charging violation of the act making : .,1""
family. Associated Press. enthusiastic crowd. Captain T. H..Jnllum a representative It a misdemeanor for a common car J
By Associated Press. ...
Fort Mill 1, S. O,: Oct 11.Three ne-- Associated Press Roanoke Va., Oct 1L-Stockholders of eighteen of the Norwegian net to "Threaten or discriminate t i -
I 10 children were burned to death Helsingfors Oct 11.-The constitutional Capt. E. L. Tyler Dead. of the Norfolk and Western Railroad -] Silver for Mints. surance companies having risks on' against any employee who is in thIS >t
this afternoon In a fire which confined democratic congress adjournedthis Anniston Ala., Oct 11.-Captain 'E. at the annual meeting today, Washington, Oct. 1L-The directorof Norwegian bottoms which were more train service of such common carrier #""
their house on J. H. Pratt'sJ1antatfon. evening. At the conclusion of L. Tyler a retired capitalist formerly decided to issue thirtY-four million the mint to-day purchased 600,000 or less damaged la the storm. Is it I because i of having Joined a labor or. h.
The parents of the chillrn the session a pronuncemento denouncing president of the Atlanta and West- dollars in additional stock. The old ounces of silver at 6d.ll cents per fine the city for the purpose of adjustinf I ganizatiin or corporation. .r
locked them in the house and Premier Stolypin's--administrationand Point Railroad was stricken with paralysis officers and directors were reelectedand ounce, to be distributed among the Insurance. He says that the aggregate The order of railroad telegrapher "l,
.('nt to work this morning. It Is all Its works was adopted by.acclamation this rnomlns and died. this afternoon a substantial Increase in business mints of New Orleans Denver andPhiladelphia. of risks involved on the vessels I. it is understood furnished evldenoq 't
- opposed the children started a fire. amid great,enthusiasm. .announced. U 1500000. t on which the Indictments are based "r.


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1i THE MANY U USES E EOF Eruptions. MEMORIAL -FORSOU'TftER.N JUDGE 1IHARLESB1 There where is the real best pleasure tobacco fa grows chewing in the the.best femora tobacco'grown Kedmqnt



The only way to get rW country

Li DENATURED of pimples and other eraptkms PARKHIll
WHAT'YOU KNOW .ABOUY
is to deanse the blood, CHEW

improve the digestion, stimulate -, of this well snitured and thor.

ALCOHOL l the kidneys, liver and WOMEN DONATES Only oughly choice cured selections tobacco is used in znakiig sca tt4

I skin. The medicine to take is Thats why SCHNAPPS and other of t Reyncd '

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the Internal statistics!
Hood'sSarsaparfllaWhich brsnd as shown by Revenue

for a fiscal yearrnade, the wonderful growth of six

i 'Arts.and Crafts In Germany cUred thousand Genl. Walker's Plan'-Which And Admires' theSpirit -'t- and one-quarter million pounds,o a net gain of
; one third of the entire increased consumption

: Have Flourished With Was Presented at Re- Shown in the City Caring "z of chewing and smoking tobaccos jn tie

I GULF CITY COFFEE CO. United States.

Cheap Product. H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. union Decided Upon. For Its Own. < '-

;;'J Roasters Blenders and Shippers o! *

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the Memorial to the Women
of the
y; alcohol has for many years been an hundreds of friends fn Pensacola.
:.. important feature of agricultural ,lifer COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Confederacy ha3 been decided:: on and
in Germany,. the annual production GROCERS. GIVE THEM, ,A TRIAL each state of the 'Confederacy, under where he' resided' prior to his appointment j.-f'!:' .. Evidently, chewers cannot resist the
for the whole -empire being, even 20 the wise plan adopted will have a as supreme: court justice, has .
Lavorand cheer SCHNAPPS be.cau i'
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,years ago, about 80,000,000 :gallons.; ,. monument of the highest artistic design written Mayor Bliss the following letter 4b
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Quite' 80 per cent of the alcohol is ,SCARRITT MORENO, to mark its appreciation of these -which 'willbe read with Interestby SCHNAPPS Cheers them more
r distilled from potatoes,' the'remainder SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. glorious women. The plan selected the of the Judge In than any other chewing tobacco and
friends C
l' being obtained from grain, fruit and Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co., is that suggested by; General C. Irvine many every man that chews SCHNAPPS passes the
,
the by-products of the sugar and beer Office and Salesroom Canton, Ohio.E. "Gov. St., Walker, of Charleston, S. .C., this city and elsewhere: good thing along one chewer makes other chew.
t: Industries. which was presented formally at the "Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 8, 1906. cra-until the fact Is now established that there
: Up to about 10 years ago the alco New Orleans reunion by the commit "Hon. Charles H. Bliss, Mayor of C are morel chewera and pounds of tobacco r
many
,- hol thus obtained was consumed at January 1, 1907: It Is predicted that tee of which Cot James Mann, of Pensacola Fla.: e4 : chewed to the population In those States where '
,
home In the form of splrltous liquors the United States will benefit underit Norfolk, is chairman. It i is well that "Dear: Sir:-Enclosed find my check .4 ,
4 SCHNAPPS tobacco first sold than there is 's -
; and was exported in its raw state like Germany had since 1887, when this point is now settled, for the for $10. Please add this amount to ,;1E-, L' was are
t: !n large quantities. Since, 1887 denatured she first made alcohol for the arts South can know exactly what it is the fund now being raised for the relief \ /, the States where SCHNAPPS has cot ret been offered -:-. '
;t alcohol, to be used for technical and crafts tax free. working for. The plan had most ma- of the sufferers from the storm. td tho trade.
has been free of' duty ture consideration and was adopted I 'I greatly with the -
1Jt purposes, Denatured alcohol is the ordinary sympathize people
;;, and the export of alcohol, except in grain _alcohol, now heavily taxed in as it would give general satisfaction of my home town but I rejoice.to AND KNOW WHAT YOU ARE: "CHEWING
i: the form of spiritous liquors has very this country, which will be made tree and was thoroughly practicable., I see-the display of that unconquerablespirit
considerably fallen off. On the other if It ls doctored so that it cannot be The plan is to secure from the very which has enabled the people of SCIINAPPS1s1lkeacupofneJavacoffeesweetened .
.: hand the amount of alcohol used used as a drink. This can be, done best artists a model Or design showing .Pensacola to overcome any difficultyand S fast enough to bring oat its natural,stimulating qualities. L
ii for technical purposes has increased by the addition of 'wood alcohol, in the most emblemlc and highly : to recover from any disaster."If : 4l' SCHNAPPS pleases all classes of cfcewers t the neb, because :
i, more than 500 per cent since that which Is poison or by the addition of artistic form, what these women did I can be of any further service, they do not find a chew that really pleases them better
$: date. assafetida or' other'offensive ingredients and suffered, portraying it in single please let me. know. With kind regards at any price; the poor,because it is more economical than
:- :About 5.000000 gallons of alcohol wWch: may not interefere 'With statue or group of statues, in bronze.It I am -I> the larger 10S.orlSc,plugs and they get their money's worth
L are consumed annually In the manufacture the processes for which ,It may be is the artistic work which Is the "Sincerely yours, -c of the real snappy,stimulating flavor so appreciated by tobaccoi
of celluloid varnish, etc, and intended. large cost, the casting from the model "CHARLES: ,B. PARKHILL. lovers. All imitations contain much more sweetening than
r about 4,000,000 gallons in the manufacture comparatively inexpensive. The L SCHNAPPS. They are made that way to hide poor tobacco improperly
of vinegar. Increasingly large PAZO PILES OINTMENT CURED IN Is 6 TO guaranteed 14 DAYS. to committee will buy the model and fromIt P cured. .

quantities are being used also In the cure any case of Itching. Blind Bleedingor will have cast, In bronze, enough SEVERAL SMALL ., For the man who chews tobacco tobacco's sake,there is to chew
manufacture of smokeless powder Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or replicas so that at least one can be -
file SCHNAPPS.
of money refunded. 60<:. placed in each of the Confederate
: but it is in the generation power, -
light and< heat that the German alcobol GLASS = states. All the casts being from the FIRES: OCCUR Sold at SOc.per pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly We. and I5c. plags. .* -

: ; producers see their most promise AND GLAZING. one model and all delivered at the St *
., 'tng; future. E. B. WELLS, '10 E. INTENDENCIA. -same time, at each place: as may be I ft. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wtestea-SaUm, N. & I
Valuable for Emergency. hereafter decided, the statues will be
Some seven, years ago an association THE STORM AT erected on appropriate and handsome GOLD WEATHER BROUGHT ITS
formed with the object of pedestals. These pedestals will vary
I was USUAL NUMBER OF BLAZESIN TUG WITHERBEE I I'E
$ :finding means to dispose to the best GRAYTON BEACH but all will be similar, in that they
advantage of the alcohol produced by will be crowned with the same statue. THE CITY. j Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.
Its members. The kaiser hlmset' furthers (DeFuniak Breeze.) i All throughout the South can be seen IS RAISED \
: its cause. !Tie association set. Uncle Blue Colvin was up from the these splendid memorials and the Get. our prices before placing your orders. We

.i :tIed the price to "be paid to the pro-. bay country last week and gave us a very uniformity of the crowning Several small fires occurred dur, sell Jellico Galloway and Alabama best
; ::1duoerfOr the raw material and the graphic description of the scene at statues -win show, as they should, ing yesterday In various portions of lump coal i
nrioe at which'it is sold to the public, Grayton Beach during the storm. He that the South as whole, united in the city, but only slight damage was VESSEL WHICH SUNK AT PALA- We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery ..
also to to staid in his house until the waves began this magnificent tribute to the done. All of the buildings caught
It
'GIld has take measures paying system. Our price for ice on platform
washing in the front door when at factory is
Igoard against over-production. It women of the South as..a whole. from defective flues. FOX WHARF FLOATED, BUT
: demonstrated to the public tho advantages he opened the doors and windows and The plan has been accepted and en The first alarm. was shortly before 25 cents per hundred pounds
bid It a fond farewelL Thursday 6 o'clock, and the fire was In a frame IS BADLY DAMAGED.
state conventionsof
of alcohol as a power, light dorsed by all the
and beat producing agent. morning the water was up under Les- Veterans and Sons to which it has cottage on South,Clvallos street, between The Moore Ice
Ire Miller's house but soon began to Confederate Governmentand Intendencia,
Alcohol been submitted but the
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: AT lamp to consume Light.alcohol Instead recede.: ,Oyster lake now ,empties into Veterans at their New Orleans reunion occupied by an Italjan. The blaze After laboring for- several days, Factory, Corner Garden and
jot petroleum for use in private houses the Gulf west of the fiotel, the big and now decided by the approval was quickly extinguished.The workmen yesterday ceeded in raising P. O. Box 422.
has been placed on the market hills between the Redfleh lakes are of the committee of the Sons, to firemen had hardly reached the the fug Florence "Witherbee, 'a
washed down and the whole truck alarm carried which sunk at her moorings alongsideof -,-
appear houses before_an
:_ and to wiling by tens of thousands. whom it was referred at the same re
: SM; a cost of no more than once of the beach Is changed. union. them to the same locality, for the Falafox wharf during the storm. ................................
'the of it roof of a small cottage on East In While the tug was floated she is in a
coat petroleum gives a steady
: ,light' of 40-candle The flame tendencia street had ignited. badly damaged condition, and it will
power. Arotaatle Petit Larceny., i
LIke a Doc Watelu considerable work and time Southern Grown
Shortly afterwards the home of require to
,gives off little heat the light is white, I
1 hope you notice how sweet I am,
Mamma had not noticed the clock Sam Charles, colored. on West Belmont place her in condition to run.
brilliant and soft there is
yet no
smell, and the lamps cannot; get dir- striking during all of the afternoonand smiled the girl when they were out on was dicovered burning, and the Chains were passed underneath the : True N I ", ::
c it had the street again. "While the man was called out.' vessel by'divers, and ,
-tjv It has been proved that thireIs thinking perhaps stopped firemen were.again a big lighter
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no_ danger' of explosion. Different I she asked little Rita to go into the hall wrapping up the toothbrush I was Yesterday afternoon a cottage at tilth a hoisting engine on board went t Budded and ,Grafted Pecans \ .1C
forms of lamps with higher candle I and 'see if It wu running. After a trying all the perfume on the counter the corner of B. and LaRua streets alongside, ,and although the, first efforts ,
power are made for lighting railway I I hasty survey of the long pendulum ne looked at me awfully hard. ,was found burning, and one of the to raise the tug were unsuccessful -: year Peach Strawberry, Roses

; stations, public streets; farm buildings : swinging back and forth, Rita ran back "I should think he would have had trucks responded, no alarm being the workmen succeeded- yesterday :' mental Trees of all kinds. .

etc. and announced: "Why, no, mamma, it you arrested," remarked her companion sent to the station.; afternoon. name or
cheerfully
t money
Alcohol ..Motors.qually isn't running. It's standing still and severely. "What If everybody tried all Chief Bicker's home was also
successful efforts have been wagging its tail Harper's Weekly.A the perfumes like that? Bow mich threatened during the forenoon. Just FRESH HEADLESS MOBILE f price list at once. 11o
residence after SHRIMP. JOE ROTH, CORNER
to his
made to introduce a type of motor to would be have left to sell r-New after he returned '
I'be driven by alcohol. The alcohol York Press. responding to the first call he discovered GOVERNMENT AND TARRAGONA i C. R. LONG 1 0C 0a
Helpful Wife. that in one of the closets a STREETS. PHONE 154. ,

motors bile, and are are both employed stationary chiefly and mo for "Ladles and gentlemen," said the Gettla* sm Ap 4lt*. large quantity of clothing bad caught .............. ..................
: supplying power for farm machinery after dinner orator, "unaccustomed as Tm Just desperate about my husband by some means and was then in Hw Le.. metes* He,Cateh" VpT
pumps, saw and other mills and electric I am to public speaking, and having ," said the pretty, domestic little flames. He happened to be passing Johnny-When I was two years old
light plants. In 1904 they con. been suddenly called upon without the woman. "He has no appetite. rye through the room at' the time and'discovered and big brother six, was he three times How Our Acme Double

Buined 800,090 gallons of alcohol. To slightest notice I am- r-exceedingly tried everything la the market, and I the smokfc coming from the as old u I? :
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.:- encourage its use the association, has -er"- load the table with the most tempting door of the closet,.and while he was Schoolmaster-Yes. Coated Asphalt Roofing

: Taade a special price for alcohol used "Why, John," said his wife from the dishes I can devise, but be eats hardly extinguishing the blaze the second. .7ohnl17-And when I was four and Is made from the best Wool Felt.
rot motors, about lu cents per gal other end'of the table "have you forgot anything." alarm came In. Had he not returned 1 bt" was eight, was he twice as old as II Saturated and coated under a new process with : lt
Is
wouldno
did hIs home a rubber-like (densely
at the time he compressed) Roofing
ion. Transport wagons driven by alpohol the reaU'y a said it all right this "Starve him," advised the tall, handsome doubt have been badly damagedby Schoolmaster--Certainly. Coated on both sides with Silicate. t.I
;
I: are also made capable of drawing morning. woman with the firm jaw."Oh.howdreadfnir Johnny-Aad now rm eight and he's Resist the action of vapor, acids and fire.
: a load of six tons. Alcohol auto. fire. Not affected by heat or cold. 0C)
twelve, is he only once and a half as The roofing that never leaks.
tnoblteg are undergoing severe tests Leather rotor Coats. "Not at all; mercifuL He's surfeited! Lest We .Id again as'I am? Easily affixed. I
: C at the hands ot the German military. For motoring the smart Parislenne I know by experience.. -When I -first forget-Baby is restless. can't sleep Schoolmatter Yes. Why? The Ready experience Roofing;of on twenty the market.years proves It to be
; F'uthor1Ues. :
Alcohol is used furthermore in Germany has adopted a leather redlngote.' It went to the apartment hotel where w at night won't eat, cries spasmodically. Johnny-Well, how long win It take Put up to rolls J2 Inches wide and 40 feet C
: I
; for a multitude: of smaller domestic hangs straight back and front. The live the menu was so attractive that I A bottle 6f White's Cream me to catch-up to h1mchumi.Co1t.u4nl containing square feet, wrapped In heavy .
fails to Every
E purposes and the consumptionis leather is light and as soft at a glova -well, I am ashamed to tell the number mother Vermifuge should never give her baby cure.White's APPROXIMATE )
rapidly Increasing. It can be dyed any color, from "ga- of dishes t ordered at every meal --. :
So times 3-
3 Cream Vermifuge. many Ply 80 Ibs. roll
," It has been calculated that the rance" or scarlet to the lightest or the Only for a short time however. la when the baby is pale and fretful, ,Why are fowls the most economics per rj
; crop of potatoes produced on two and deepest green. The buttons should be two weeks t was Just where your husband the mother does not know what to do. thIngs a farmer can keep? Becausefor 2-Ply, 70 ,lbs. per roll,
one-half acres of land yields alcohol in leather, circled with g & The hood is., The sight of a, menu card A bottle of this medicine would bring every grain they give a peck. 1-Ply 60 lbs. roll tf tf
/[sufficient to light 12 street lamps for can be worn as A bead_covering when made me faint., ._ color to his cheeks and laughter to What is the most dangerous time of per ,
j J.%" months, or to drive a five-horse one Is traveling. It is not unlike Dan.te' "Then _I got an idea and cut 'right his eyes. Give it.a trial. the year to go into the country When Samples: and Full Particllars

power alcohol motor ten hours per hood and wraps the. neck very down to coffee and rolls for breakfast, the trees are shooting and the bulrushes Also 3. 2 and 1-ply. Tarred Roofing Paper, ,
i; 1 day, excepting Sunday, for three prettily by means of a crosspiece and a green salad and biscuits far lunch- Phone No. 178 out.Wheawas. Insulating Paper.Carolina -

: .months. buttonhole eon, a roast and cue vegetable for din Ruth, rude to Bout
IAfter the denatured alcohol law cleverly adapted. It Is most Is Now Working. very ,Portland :
I becoming to,the face. ner. Try It. Your husband will soon When she pulled his ears and trod oa I
passed by congress takes effect on have an appet1te.Yoft;press. Sol Cahn & Co. his corn. Atlanta, Ga. '

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I i_ a. Major- Rathbone's Remarkable .: Fight For His 5'a I IMAJOR I ,t"



ESTES O. 'RATH-!I his conviction. There were many difficulties on him;" that statements that he had I also he
; director general of too in the way of a success Ei'f 1 appointed the men 'because he knew h "'ng .ff
: in Cuba during th. tul attempt to obtain a review on appeal they would assist him in his schemes"were jf3 :
: occupation and In Cuba at that time. Ex part : also. Z:> prove this he offered the
convicted of mismanagement ot his depositions were also accepted in evidence I in testimony a letter from Heath, ot received t
t ofQce and public funds baa astonished which had been taken in the which the following Is an alleged ex* thermore. .
: the government authorities as well asthe United States without notice to Rath- fPi.-r It .,. _- tract: for an f
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public by his ,persistent endeavors bone. This lack of notice prevented the I "I intended to, say to you when you his re
1j to obtain a reopening of his case ard accused from having counsel on handat --1 were here that there is one man S
anew trial. the taking of such depositions to Charles F. Neelr of '),(uncle. I"",. to the I
) "I will keep knocking at the door of cross examine the witnesses. In this '- who wants to go Into the Cuban se?':- penses ,
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congress as long as 1 live if necessaryIn Country the use of such depositions iiiiii : Ice, In whom I am More interested thAn says, ; t
order'to get justice** Rathbone says without notice is not permitted underan : any other man among the,thousands of reported J
7 The late United States Senator Mark act of, congress which was dated applicants for positions ot that Char The
Hanna was the first prominent man to June 6. 1900. acter." counts to .
rk espouse the cause of the discredited He claims that the testimony of the A second letter fromGeorge 1L AlIen Convicted
; e official and now other notables, as well chief witness against him would have acting first assistant postmaster tgint rr
as the Ohio legislature. are attemptIng been ruled out in American courts. general, to Mr. Xeely was; also'made I169.M8, rt rj
) to gain a new heating for him. The This witness was not put under oath. public. It fells, Xe.Ty-that he has still j
Ohio legislature at Its last session as he appeared as a codefendant with been appointed a clerk in the military mote
unanimously passed a Joint resolution Rathbone. Under such: circumstances postal service at a salary of. U.I64 br...... ( ? (
asking that an inquiry into the Rath.n. in Cuban procedure a witness need not year and directs him to report to Nth.bone. I wkscA*, (

imbroglio be held. be. sworn. : ;Batfcben says be had,/lever seen ,3to tn". : (
It is in President Roosevelt's power Rathbone has always been particularly r1. ? Ne ly _until 'he reported to him for Cubsa' f
;_ to grant or to ,refuse Rathbone his bitter against Major General duty. Likewise, he bad never heardjof bone .. >4 C
wish and considerable Influence Is be Leonard Wood present military commander iv -. 4 l'w W. H. Reeves until "appeared in Havana. \.
InC brought to bear on the president In the Philippines, who at the armed with a letter from Mr. However 1
from people on both side of the controversy : time ef Rathbone's troubles was director C Heath, announcing his appointment and fled. .
-those who side with Rath- general of Cuba. If Rathboae'i ,, directing him to report to Rathbona. Should
bone and those who for various reasons case is reopened General Wood will -- .. \ \ To the charges that be had,paid personal for a 1f
a desire all publicity in the matter probably have to return to this countryto 4- servants and other private expenses on new 0
to cease.To appear on the witness stand. Perry from the: postal funds, Bath- and '* :
t particular point In flatbone'spetition 'B. Heath"former first assistant postmaster bone reply is that it-he was guilty of wait for
for a new" trial that may win general of the rhlted States. Is that General Wood was guilty also, congress : lC'
him in his arduous Isthe another man at whon tathbone .
success quest points \ and much D\OI1l.o. He avers that the he & 1
fact that his hearing was conducted the accusing finger. When Rathbone .I general bought household good at a years be
; along lines not as impartial as those was accused of conspiring with his assistants -- Philadelphia store and ,paid. for them odium
existing In this country. He was tried ; Charles F. NOel) of Muncie S -, from Insular funds and that a employed fight on.
:! by a Cuban court under proceedings Ind. and W. H. Reeves (both of whom ':% \\1 1 two coachmen and a hostler are his 1J
; based on old Spanish law, and the system wen convicted in Cuba) to defraud the -- .: 'who "ere'paid from public funds. and J
'; ,of government then ia control in government Rathbone stated that Many of Wood'ssubordinates he say. tiples of 1t
Cubs existed bat a brief _period! after Heath bad "forced _Reeves and l'ieelf : ESTES Q. :KATHBOHE. LEONARD :WOOD. tncurt.4 UM tame kind 'ot xoensea. :



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_---___ 't THE PENSACOLA' 'JOURNAL,' ,FRIDAY M'ORlf.INQ. OCTOBER: 1906. .
PAGE THi REe
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'r""No HOT NGAMBLERS Every Trorran Corel a '

Married shapely,pretty figure,and; a''

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IIUnyofthemdeploretho 1 .1. }

Fashion for Men Ever FORCED. OUT OF BUSINESS"Skidoo" I: after loss marriage.of their girlish The bearing forms iI i-- "i

Became PopularIf ii W QI"'efJ of children often dcstructjvo' tI v

c \ 1 to the mother's shapeliness. ; rc ,

Committee I All of this can be avoided 9 ,
Closes t t
It Was 1iv1 J. BARNEY ; however, by ,the use of Mother's: Friend before' baby comes, as this It

Criticized Adversely byWomen"en Every Joint :irf Noted, great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and J

preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the "

Arkansas'ResortWIDE danger of chi1d. irth," and carries the expectant mother'safely throughthis .

'BUTlER.TO critical period without pain. ,It is woman's greatest blessing. ,-:', : .,
,Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from tht '" i 'L 'I

OPEN VIOLATION OF LAW use of,this wonderful :: 1)

Here ENDED BY BUSINESS MEN AND reined Sold by all ;. '', ,
J are colors patternsand Mother's "
druggists at'l.00 per
POLITICIANS-CROOKED WORKBY LEAVE E bottle. Our little { ; ib
this Fall
styles that -
,GAMBLERS AT ELECTION book,telling all about it .

cannot fail to meet the approval } ST STARTED CRUSADE. f!' : liniment, will bo sent free. r.end t

r
fir oi. l:11c !
Has Been
of
the ,most censorious Transferred To

# Hot Springs Arfc, Oct. lL--'l1le :
I eye Skid3oo" committee has pot the "Md" Kentucky Conference,
c
;, on the Monte Carlo annex to Hot and Will Depart ,DRINK, BOTTLED : .r

Nothing good has escaped Springs. ;
,
.
Twenty-Coo/ the most notorious -:J- r.
Monday.Rev. O. ;. :
us. Come and give gambling houses in' the world hare ; ,;

closed their doors. Gambling paraphernalia L; 0 :;; ,f
AR
I ;;, your eyes a treat: worth a half million dollars J.. Barney, Butler, who since ;M- ,1' }"';

is being carted to the freight depots. last March has been pastor of the

Suits, $10 to $35, Five'hnndted men and women em' Palafox Methodist church, will leave VZ c c. ': .}
the city Monday,
and having been trans
a
ployes
I I ii Overcoats $8 cappe are leaving. ferred the conferenceHe o 0 a Before drinking that I' '
to $27.50. Forty years of gambling in Hot to Kentucky o? see :you ;::1 :

Trousers Springs is at an end. The closing of: will be located at Owensboro havIng o 0 the GENUINE. A word .. '" ;
r $2 to 0$8. the gambling houses was brought been appointed to the pastorateof get

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I! about by the Citizens' Improvement the Woodlawn church, of that city o 0 to the wise is sufficient .... ; ,
The
union composed of good and deter news that Sir Butler Is to ,

I II mined citizens. The active work was leave the city will be received with
\
ITAnDARD dene by an executive committee of 23, regret by his many friends here. Hygeia Bottling Works :.d
: '1 T "' -- While! only in the city for a com para. ,
"The Skidoo
Committee.
I : lively short while he has made many; 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
[OTHIrlG {0} Disgusted with the evasions of the close friends, who will wish him success ._ :: .,
sworn officers of the law. the "Skidoo in his new field.

Committee" issued a final formal It is not probable now that both need have no terrors for yo\ ; .r, -

Clothes of the % % warning. ]Rev.been Vreeland transferred and to Ttev.another Butler conference have. WASH DAY if you send your washing to : ft ,

Kind.THESEH Drummed Out-of Town. that a regular pastor will be The New Method Lau""" J '

Better The proprietors of tEe" gambling ,assigned to the Falafox church until PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop Ne. Method Uwlfj BId/ |. XMAlST If ,
:the annual session of the :
houses realized tb this-meant busi- confeence AGENTS WANTED. 'l
ness. Officers of the law. too. awak- i which Is to beheld December 5th at (+ iN
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Bufaula, Ala. From now until that
.. ened to the occasion. Failure to do'f t
date however various pastors will be
their part would have meant: impeachment Invited to Pensacola t 'to conduct ser TYPfWRITRRtPAIRS :

I Eold-tllled SOMETHING Beauty i Pins,'25 and NEW" 30c per! pall l 'lAST D DAY Y FORREGISTRATION COTTON NOTDAMAGED Following the warning fully 400 vices at the.church.PERSIMMON HIT AN N IMPORTANT j

W. A. Gahlenbeck. 21I S. Palafox SL members of the Improvement union "

marched down Central avenue in BOTH TRIGGERS : '

I COTTRELL front-of the gambling resorts behinda MEETINGTODAY Having sheared_.the..I services of asq.. :I'
pert repairer wibefH o notify tfco WiUlo .
> FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. band playing patriotic airs. The OFSHOT GUN, CAUSING BOTH that we are now prepared to cw eii1. ; ',
HERE impressive. The adujust or rebuild att makes Ioof typewriters '1. "
Pensacola. Fla. scene was procession .
BARRELS TO BE EMPTIED and maobtewuand oata regis '
to the gambling fraternity, wasa ters. AH wok guaranteed..EatkmatM vi .'., -i r-t
BELL. i veritable funeral march. INTO A DENTIST. Chamber of Commerce Will ed. Telephone us and we will, seed tot :,- : a ,
TURTON & E Et'
your machine or can and?make aa examination 1 j" p ;' "i
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Blighted by Gambling.For and estimate. f '"
Kodak SuppliesFlnishial tar AllUl'J1'1.R. To-Morrow at 5 P. M. the Not a Single, Bale of Pensa- 40 years gambling has been Hear Report of Senator ';'!III j j': .

+ condoned here in the belief that It (Natchez Miss.. Oct. 11.- A falling :;4i --

K. WHITE, Registration. Books Will cola Cotton Was Injuredin was indispensable to watering place. persimmon colliding with: a hammer Mallory and Collector PensacolaTypewriter -
Walckmaktr.Manufacturing Jeweler at: Graduate: The city of Hot Springs Is now a city less shotgun resulted yesterday in j'4-1
I (pllclan.30 S. Paiatox Street Ptnsacola. Fla. Close for.Y ear. the Storm. of 15,000. But with its growth there the serious, wounding of Dr. A. II Stillman.The
was not a 'correspondIng growth in :Marron a, prominent dentist. Exchange ;''I 4 I. '
municipal Improvements, good streets Dr. Marron, in company with a .
Told sewers, etc. Very little from friend was hunting game along St.
money
: if.- Tersely. To-morrow Iii the, last day on which The report has been made that a visitors ever found its way into the Catherine Creek in Adams county. Chamber of Commerce will PHONE 1369 "t
citizens can register for the general large number of bales of cotton were '
. tReplies to the following want ads city treasury. What was not spent at Reaching a persimmon tree late in hold a special meeting this afternoonto Y
damaged at 313-315 i Brent
election to be held in November. The Pensacola the l Building
during '
' are at this office to be called for: registration books at storm here and cotton have recent the bath houses boarding houses and I the afternoon, the hunters decide hear the report'of Senator Malloryand : t .
are now
. "$," "w. Q. W.." "Reference." open men with the doctors,,went Into the hands to have a feast The companion of ': '
the court house, and;Scpervwor: Scott received Inquiries from insurance Collector Stillman on the condition j
many
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'Farm "S. RJCo. of the and climoed and began
: "Woodsman, FJer gamblers never,again found Dr. Marron the tree
. / ;." "R.. I/ D.:" "N. P.." "A. B. will be la his'office there: to-day and companies concerning the mat- Its way into. the regular channels of shaking the limbs. Dr. Marron of the cuts through Santa Rosa ..
"Home-maker." until five o'clock to-norrowJafternoon.: ter.The trade. had rested hs! hammerless double- Island. r
but the books will be'closed at that Journal yesterday saw J. P. These gentlemen were appointedby
: Dr. C. IA Smith, who has been absent O'Connor, the well known cotton factor Organizing' .the"Crusade.: barreled shotgun muzzle up, againstthe the Chamber of Commerce to Investigate -
. from the city for some weeks, timeWhile there fs no particular con, relative 'to these ports and Mr. I At first there waspnly.a small band tree. One big persimmon half- the matter and report, with EXCELLENTIa- rH
the triggers, of
ripe, hit squarely on
r:r has returned. test as to candidates: in the Novem, O'Connor stated that,there was absolutely of "improvers. The movement gathered -, recommendations as' to what action,
the hannnerless. Both barrels were
. A meeting of the boys' department ber election there frill be several important no truth in them. strength slowly until the independent -( discharged: the loads of No. 1 shot if any they deemed necessal'1in the
: of the Y. M!. C. A. will be held to-night constitutional.amendments to Tsot a single bale of cotton," said !. county ticket was deliberately pajmg through the left arm and premises. They secured the servicesof t.i
I at 7:30 o'clock when officers will be be Toted upon and a large vote Mr.'O.Connor. "was damaged either at counted out at the Septem- groin of Dr. Marron. Capt J. E. Turtle, government engineer i
l: chosen. should be polled. Every" good citizen I I the compress or at the L. &; N. her election and men knownto The wounded dentist is resting who Investigated the Island SCHOOLSHOES
I should vote anyway but those who I wharves and consequently no loss : be favorable to gamblingwere comfortably. The only fear of the with them and he has made a reporton ;\1 ;
r W. J. Roth special representativefor are not properly registered cannot do from that source was experienced. counted in. Thereupon the the matter which'will also be read t
Ridgway's Magazine Is in the let all I Mr. O'Connor citizens' movement'gathered force, attending physician is that gangreen .
so. Therefore, register before: : said that a few balesof at this meeting.It
city In the interest of his publication"RldgwayV to-morrow afternoon at five o'clock cotton were now coming In from and now it has the active or silent .wllI'set in. Is desired that a large attendance I
,
is a new periodical and other and that support of threeforthsof,: the resident that the sentiment .
I points this cotton had Senator Beveridge 111. be present, so general < ri I ;
U already becoming popular.. AN iCEAL WOMAN. been slightly damaged In the headsat -po uJation. x,.'; ,. Boston Oct 11.United States Sen of the city may be secured regarding t ,,j} f :f
Judge R. IA Nicaelsen' is movingthe the points of shipment, but that I It was politics after alT that clearedHot J ator.Albert J. Beveridge of Indiana Is any action deemed necessary : 'I '
Justice ,of the peace office from Tie "Typical American lady and there was very little of this and that: Springs of its gambling houses. A ill at the home of George B. Baker ii} J / ;.
the building just south of the opera Her Rome' Infloence. no Pensacola cotton had been hurt af: few months ago Governor Jeff Davis Brookline, and it is probable that all =.'tr
house to the two-story brick buildingon all. and the local Democratic machine had of his t-: r )
The home life of ta typical American speaking engagements for a MADE A FORTUNE ,
differences. About this time the .
Fnt Z&rragossa street near the lady is the sincere index of her egoIn reg-. week or ten days will be cancalled.Senator s-3 ,; ,
corner of Jefferson. NORTH CAROLINA ularly elected prosecuting attorney Beveridge caught cold in I ,

T XSialkly) Hatton engineer In Here it It she Is indelibly that she expresses exercises herself.to the COTTON DAMAGEDBy died.> The William governor Scoegin scored, a young by appointing attorney -- Is Chicago some evidence two weeks of ago a fever but the as Sena there IN SPECULATION Parents, who Have" }

charge of the street paving work is maximum her potentiality and that of more than the usual amountof tor's physicians have insisted that he bought school shoes :: ,
expected to reach the city in a few her personality scores. Presumablyshe Associated Press. nerve. Prosecutor Scoggin Imme- remain: within doors for several
days from Wthnlngton, Vet Same is a wife, and mother. Her age? Cha-i-Jtte Oct:: 11. fflteavy frosts diately Joined forces ,with the enemiesof days. PRETTY IRISH SERVANT THEN here, have learned that ,
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of his engineers are already in the general the North Carolina
Poitfl A lady of cleverness nonplusestime. were over gambling. The gamblers realized SHRIMP-MOSILE HEADLESSAT .
city and have_established an office. cotton belt this morning and weather that withthe help of Scoggin the JOE'S PLACE GOVERNMENTAND JILTED HER LOVER ON AJ;. our school-shoes-are: : the '

bureau records show tht coldest' Oc- union could carry out its determination. TARRAGONA STS. PHONE 154.
Another box of clothing for the re- best.
been received She is her son's besttgirl.) her, daugh- tober in twenty-eight years. Farm Move to Brent Building. COUNT OF HIS POVERTY. .
list committee
has "
ter's chum a hostess sans reproc p.She" ers report damage to cotton. Ausfleld & Brent the architects, now .{
Bldrehi of Tallahassee. Suicide's Graves. "
from Mrs David ,
have offices In the Brent building, rooms
rulesher home with thrift and
These clothes are very much J On the hill back of the city lie 312-314. The,superiority of tour
Oct 11. By Jilting a ,
IkilL Her husband safely trusts In Rttsburg.
needed by. the ,storm sufferers just buried scores of suicides-men and
and her price is above her birth EVERY LITTLE NOISE. young manon the eve of their marriage shoes is due
now, and Mrs Bdrehl's good work is her. women who came here for health but Miss Margaret Duffy a to our

therefore highly appreciated I stone. Coffee Nerves Easily Irritated. who being tempted to increase their pretty day.Irish girl, has revealed the fact method of having them .
Pretense never finds aafooyiold in a meager funds at the gaming table, (
One of the locomotives of tho COFFEE has made a fortune by specu
big that
she
Ever notice how cross and irritablea oat all then
lady's menage. Display seems to her and life by their own made to order and
the doesn'twant our
loulsvine Nashville Jumped I bating in stocks. And now she ,
I well poised mind not only belittling coffee drinker is when he has not hands. No one was ever told of the
track near the corner of "Wlrght and to marry any "poor" man. ;
had his usual dram? losses of the poor. The one story of according to our own
morning, but savage. She never, confounds? lit was to have been
Hame streets yesterday' I Miss Margaret
I Trifling noises: that a naturally less was that of John W. Gates who
and for several' hours street car traffic ter' with furnishing or Junk with art 'healthy would We are tbe Pioneer married several days ago to P. J. specifications.
notice
person never is alleged to have dropped $40,000 in, ,
was Interfered with the big,engina. Her house is beautiful- its atmos-' : sound like a boiler factory or a brass one night; aUthe Ohio cjnb. Coffee Roasters of Mooney, of Braddock. The young
Hocking the tracks' of the street railway phere fine and clear. She Is never band to a nerve-poisoned coffee slave. Such has been the influence of game I man has a responsible position with it :'

company and compelling the passengers too busy' to listen to her "boy" or But there's a big difference when ling; that but few of the business 1 West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. the Westinghouse interests at East: BOYS' SHOES j f.

to transfer. I advise ber "girl" or read to their I such a one finally learns the cause of houses here escaped the mortificationat Plttsburg. ,
Ii before for the
the
Bon J. T. Ftllingim, of Bluff father. Young people en masse,delight his trouble, quits coffee, and uses well one time or other of harboring a Several days day -
was for their ideal mother made Postum. defaulter embezzler. One store so: wedding Miss Margaret quietly slipped '
Springs, in the city yesterday in her. She is
the first time since the storm and and friend. Laughter Is never hushedIn "For,lZ years I was afflicted with the story goes ha. within the past I the away engagement and her mother ring ,and gave his Moony let.- Strong, sturdy, leathers i l-[g

he spent a portion of the day looking her home. Music Is welcomed, and stomach trouble loss of appetite my five years suffered embezzlement by i. stylish comfort- ,
W the damage done along the waterfront food distressed me and caused heart' sixteen of its young men for funds I terse -t.:
of whatever sort find of
merit secret
the Margaret'schanging
Mr. Fillingim said he had imagined In budding ber an earnest and sympathetic at.Minna burn. Every little noise disturbed me. with which to gamble. I r have no equal. A trial Then came her mind. She Is a nurse able and durable-$1J25, J <,'
that the reports which he had | "None of my physicians relieved Policemen a* Capper.
read of the storm's work had been Thomas Antrim in Llppta- i me, but all advised me to stop rink. One night before the closing two will convince' the con. girl in the household. of the of Carnegie Aha C. DInkey Steel- $1.50, $2.00$2.50, $3.00. -

somewhat exaggerated; but after cott's. fug coffee. About two years ago my ladies and gentlemen attracted by i noisseur that we Co., president One day she heard Mr. Dinkey '-f'1'
Dewing the wreckage he did not (husband brought home a package of the tales of splendor'of the gambling such such stock :
that and
think that the reports had been in the :Ifevel!' Bleacher Cubtom. Postum. and we. gave it'a fair trial- places, stopped in front of the Ohio I make no extravagant remark going up sure. She took a thetip : GIRLS' SHOESSoft i iI
least overdrawn.. A new bleacher cushion is in use en followed directions! about boiling it 15 club and asked a policeman in full was ; all
unconsciously speculated
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claims. given "
,file Chicago National baseball league minutes-and liked' It. uniform if visitors were allowed icstde. -
W. A. Gahlenbeck yesterday banded with her savings in the stock,
The Journal a check for $10 for the grounds and ,has proved a great success i "Very soon I noticed a change' Inmy "Certainly" he said "walk rightIn. and made more money than she could I but
condition. Now with Postum ." pliable
relief fund which lie had received sad win prove a gold mine to the as. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS!! have earned by tending several generations 11'
beverage, I sleep better eat without !
,.m Not content to permit men and
from manufacturing I
of
iL J. Averback inventor, says the St Louis Post-Dis babies. strong, leathers correctly
distress and enjoy life, since women to be attracted by the dazzUng .
Jeweler and diamond importer of in Since then she hag quietly actedon '
It folds when net
patch. use
l up every little disturbance or noise does sights through the ,doors, several of to fit misses' '
work
New to the bit of shaped
Information
York to be appUed And is used as the ordinary seat If the not shatter entire every the about .
my nervous system. advertised In the local!
the "clubs"
of has also received that
relief. The Journal the stock market fell from Mr.
$3 from Mr. and Mrs. Cteo. F. spectator wants to use this cushion arrangement "To-day, thanks to Postum, I am a newspapers, a prominent line being Dinkey's lips. She brought her parents feet, $1.00 to $3.00. )

Carden of DeFunlak for the same he purchases the slug that well, woman, and every member of, "Visitors are Welcome Ladies. 'and and all kinds of Feed from Ireland and bought them a
fund. Both'amounts have been turned opens it and, unfolded secures a cush- my family has been benefitted by It Gentlemen are Invited." most comfortable home in Turtle ::1f
committee.' ion .seat and a back support as welL A friend while taking dinner with us Subsidized Sirens. Stuffs.Pluto ": -
over to the relief Creek. 4
,' The slugdrops.into a'can and Is collected a while ago''remarked, on the delicious Beautiful women always attired In "Maggie is rich now," said her
Robert Bell' a colored man residing after tae game, and the, cushion !, coffee t served. 'When I told he height of fashion were maintained mother "and she don't want to mar-
at 120% Tarragona. street. Is snapped back again. her it was Postum sIte''Was surprised, for the purpose of lending ladylike no clerk"
poor
hlle clearing away the wreckage at saying she had tried It but did not like color to the houses. These WaterWholesale ry BostonShoe ;

the foot of Alcanix street yesterday it women with money furnished by the PUBLIC SALE. 1 i
found a deed conveying certain property Empress Cvvvale's Dresses.Boae "When I told her,that;boiling it 15 proprietors would play roulet ant'

at Freeport, Fla, by Jas. C. recently published> figures as to or 20 minutes gave It that rich flavor other games whenever parties of There wffl be offered to the highest Store ;{
Blackburn to Jonah Robinson executed the extravagance of American womenIn she followed directions and then knew visiting men and women were presentThe and Retail : f'LOll Tu afheOc: 16th, 1906.
in ttoi and recorded in 19W. The dress give Interest, says the Springfield for tier self.- "improvers" feel confident that 1' t ., at of Robert

owner can have same by applying to Republican, to the statement of "In addition to, the great relief ,I :when the new Is spread over the Tuemler account of A whom Co.. J31 It Brent max concern building the for :
EeH.! the Empress Xayemie to a friend Inthe find I am more_ levelheaded' and :world that gambling: has ceased, 300. New.Orleans Grocery Co. German bark Mart, her tackle and apparel fl'
Uaited States that but three times every little noise does not disturb me 000 Instead of 150,000 visitors win vessel to be taken by purchaser In Foot F' 690.'I
the condition and she liea.
There Is none Just as good as Bins !to her life tit an*-wear a bean that as It used ,to." Name rfven by Pos come to Hot Springs within the next Will also be sold at position the same time now the
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely cost a. >muck as$D9. Once It.war for i tum Co. Battle Creek. Mich. year. There are. of course, those who cargo now on beard consisting about 117 S. PALAFOX ;
!| pare RO twice as far and the "Blue her w Mtoc ..* **,'the.hofren of ,' Red the famous little book. ."Thl"'Road'to predict the ruin of the city, but they Jas. McHugh ,XOOO lumber.superficial Terms of feet sale of cash pitch pine sawn PHONE

Ribbon Flavor", perfection. Ask for the krises.bapedII... WeDvIUe.. In pkgs.. "T ,wB are In the minority *A very, hopeful Proprietor I CAPT WILT FREVCK.Master..
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the 25c size., ,,a reason.. spirit prevails. Phone .
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Mercy's Outlines of" Ancient History. t .

*" DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. 1 i By William C. Morey, PhD, D.'c.L.. ',.; !. .r'{, i[ t: -.:, !' \ :

Professor of History and Political ... >> j,.. ,. .....," .... .'."O..t'.. ;. 0feasaas tt

$ PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY *, Science,University ol Rochester. ':' .
Author of Outlines of Roman History i r SeterlwllJ w
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...BY... Outlines of Greek History, etc. Those Atlsntaps{who have been advancing ,'the fact that the reductions the cities were acquiring r '
Half leather Bra. 550 'pages, with the Idea of municipal owner- made Immediately upon .-. --- -

THE JOURNAL COL ICI PA NY. maps illustrations. ,Price. 150. I ship with conservative tentativeness twelve the plants.cent dividends. Six and were eight and not

American ,Book, Company, New can take unto themselves' the assurance -; required.per. And advertising and soliciting

FRANK L MAYES, President and GeneralTHE Manigar'T York, Cincinnati and Chicago.In I I that the movement has made aI I were dispensed with. Salaries
has
his book. Professor Morey I
successfully.followed the plan of treat- deep impress upon citizens of all I were reduced in many Instances and of >< +
( PRESS. classes and'that day hundreds there was eliminated the possibility
IIDfBpr ASSOCIATED ment of his Greek and Roman his- day by strikes and lockouts.

tories, but. while the present volume r are becoming consciously allied to the Jacksonville Is Illuminating, but
: an
covers the same ground, it supplies definite ideals in the crusade
f suaucmpTioN RATES the need of a one volume course in [ involved! i by no means exceptional 'city which I.:

Os. year .. ........!f.$>,00 One Month ., .,. .. 45 Ancient History, meeting fully the launched, by The Georgian. I I Ii is enjoying in full" the benefits which .: :r'c .
Six MfrtV .. ... ...*.. ..' 1 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 college ,entrance, requirements, for : .Morally-strong at its inception, the accrue from municipal ownership; .. t. yo' 1.
'Ttoae' ]M&ttfcs. .. .. ,.125' Weekly Edition, per year..$1 tt> schools 'which cannot devote more i Municipal Ownership League has When the Florida city established its : '
gained remarkable strength with each electric ,light plant the private companies : x >; i
y .. time to this subject The matter is so r >
:paging week, until it has become a were charging 23 cents per
arranged as to Indicate the historical
f\: The Ooh feaaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed I relations of the countries treated and :formidable organization which Is determined kilowatt.. The city plant at once reduced i. -Z\ t i

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the contributions which each, has I to accomplish for ,Atlanta the charge to 7 cents per kilowatt : '; .',

S I made to the,progress of mankind. The :the greatest service ever rendered the and if,has remained at that fig : -L. ,< LIf I

z stages in the growth of ancient civil- I city.So i ure.. For a 2,000 candle power arc, : .c

g J MtorW ftMiM58 Pepers en Sal.,on Trains !' ization are clearly shown. The history encouraging has been the response -. burning all night, the companies ... :
tau 7 Smites. *:Ofllce-lSOO I I ; ," of the Oriental :countries Illustrates I to the_ announcement that charged $15 per month;, the city fixed .
and at all News Stands :
the beginning of man's Indus- there was'beinglworked out, a plan the rate at $7.50 per month. For mId- .
for the city betterment that The night arcs the old private rate was '.
trial life, and the Initial stages in religion :
Georgian no longer' fears aggressive, $13.50, and the new city rate 650.
art and science. The Greek
L Office*-Journal Building-Corner lrtend: neia and OeLuia Sts f .
": world is treated as especially distingal.hed opposition, but desires to win' over The old companies were forced to f j jc M
for the growth of political I those who have manifested an Indolent meet these rates and the price of gas .

liberty and of & high stage of culture.In disinclination to become interested was Incidentally reduced more than f.': {': :
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PENS ACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1906. In civic affairs. 100 cent. I .
describing Rome emphasis, is laid per m
4 t
on the Roman genius for organization; The .municipal leagues of most Formgrly.Jacksonville paid '$S,000per ( ..
and the cities have been forced to convince year for lighting its streets. Now I': :
..... development of a universal
"i
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5 J Two Sides to National 'I. system of government and law. many that the supplying of public the street are lighted free; as are the '. :

PENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY While the book is written in the utilities is a proper function of a public buildings, the Jails, fire stations .. .. m"

X ur Prosperity.. By Sao. B. Russ."I*j clearest and simplest manner It de- municipality. But this has not beenso armories, hospital and an char-, i :
velops in the pupil's mind a scientific in Atlanta, where the city-owned itable institutions. A sinking sum of '
The Washington Post in a recent I :. spirit, indicating the relation of special waterworks system, practicable and' considerable proportions is being laid I .'.- U'' : :

editorial walls eloquent over the facts to, general movements, and profitable, stands' as a unanswerable aside ant the business Is paying 5 per .. j i i',!!"
1
prosperity of the country and in the No nvm can ever be wholly free. of these latter to, the growth of national argument: cent interest on the Investment. The .
Those who appear to be, have the character and Institutions. The It is generally known that almost annual profits above operation.. and de- G r'rdsUee 5900
course of its optimistic remarks goes faculty of keeping their troubles to topical method of treatment Is followed all of the more Important European predation are'UooO.. It Is estimatedby : ,',. : By 1
"on: to say that "the accumulation of themselves.If throughout Irrelevant matter has cities own and control all of their public disinterested persons that the I e .- -" ; SCIILOSSOROS. 4 .1Z -

}wealth! is unparalleled in the history been excluded, and the facts selected utilities. In England and continental -municipal plant saves the people (In- rise Clothes Makers --
we could choose our own ancestors '
I Europe the furnishing of transportation dividuals and firms) 25 percent of the -; O+Illaaoreandnew> _
tot the United Stales or any .other we could all do as we choose. I carefully arranged. The illustrations :
light, heat power and former cost of light with equal ser- "
ere
country} : in any age." numerous and of a high order of 1)Q)
Nothing looks so unreal to old age as merit. The helps to pupils Include a water by the municipality is regarded vice. By the reduction of rate alone, .i :. ; 1
In spite of all this, however, tile the aspirations of youth. synopsis for review and a list of references as necessary as the maintaining of gas and electric lighting, the peopleare w.
spirit of discontent is abroad and! for reading at the end of each law and order. It. is such an Important saving each year an amount that Here you see more of the famous "University"models 1 (

come recent political developments i Every man is a hero to some woman chapter, and a series of twenty-one part of city's administrationthat approximates more than the entire -garments designed \ rare skill by the fins Yo

have clearly had their origin in a until. she marries him., "Progressive Maps" which Indicate it is designated as "municipal cost of the municipal plant. And ,
| important geographical changes. trade," to nominaly differentiate it through it all not a breath of 'suspi I est manufacturing tailors in the business. : ,1\\
t ifwidetpread desire to rectify certain If we could see ourselves as others from municipal government cion of political jobbery has been attached : :
( defects in our eocial and economic see us, few of us would dread blInd- Foibles of the Bench. But for examples. we need not go to the management

condition that are felt to press The Legal Literature Company of to far-away countries, where It maybe Municipal ownership is not the The style is right and the quality is right; the i 12&

heavily upon many of our producers. ness.Wealth Chicago are now publishing the first contended, greatly different con- dream of an idealist. Certainly it has i : clothes will wear and look well while them.There's
is wear +
so common nowadaysthat you
.: ,
of obtain. Let at ,
of a series of email volumes writtenby ditions tis glance con- morality on its side but it likewise
It is certainly significant that at a it Is sometimes almost a distinction Henry S. Wilcox of the Chicago I tiguous territory Virginia, Kentucky, makes its appeal to the twentieth t so much down-right good tailoring behind r

time when the'count!) has been enjoying to be poor. Bar. They are designed to point out I ana Florida. tury utilitarian. Perhaps it cen'f''.: them that they keep their shape indefinitely their | :
all this so in The history of municipal ownership 1\
prosperity many Those who pretend to know the way a racy and entertaining manner the I greater foothold In older countries,

people feel that they ,have reason to to-heaven seldom. weigh much. follies and frailties of Judges, lawyers:I in Richmond Danville, Fredericksburg but it is an essentially American: and good looks stay. i si
and juries which Alexandria, Henderson and a
be dissatisfied with their lot; and have come to the!I Democratic institution. i
:More time is often required to makea notice of the islhor during his many I Jacksonville-the experience of these Without municipal ownership it Is
this- feeling is doubtless intensified gentleman than to make a fortune. years of experience as a trial lawyer.I(I cities alone should be sufficient to dispel difficult for a city's government to be Our showing of high-grade "Ready" garments i
Fe
r by the belief that our system of government The book is enticed "Foibles .of the all doubts. On a: basis of general conducted on a thoroughly businesslike for men is a revelation of the wonderful advance in JI
while ostensibly Democratic, Discontent' lathe. mainspring of Bench," price $L00 and contains: average it may be stated that the basis. It Is Indispensable in any
has, in reality, borne fruit not altogether progress. sketches of typical good and bad I cost of gas since these various municipalities government which approaches near to the _science of tailoring. The best-dressed men everywhere i R

unlike that nude Judges and points out abuses which: acquired the gas plants has perfection. For it benefits the people. are buying these splendid clothes there is ;
produced
:*M ,if.if }i.A'H ; no : A
M have become,prevalent in Judidal proceedings been reduced from $3.50 to 87 cents "The ,end of government Is the wel- I
+ the aristocratic system of the old WRITE YOUR CONGRESSMAN.The T$ and suggests remedies. It per thousand and;the cost of electric fare of mankind." said Locke, which reason why you should stick to the slow ,pensive : Ai

4 world. t, if. "I- abounds In humorous incidents illus I lighting has,been educed about one- summary was characterized by Hux- small tailor. :
It is true that, from a legal pointof ** trating, the points made and It calculated third. And in no Instance has the les- ley as "the noblest and at the same t
to interest the general reader as I sening of the cost of production figured time the fullest statement and of the I
view have no privileged class; i
we people of Florida, should not well as the members of the I legal to any extent, .as, is proven byToro. purpose ,of government" Come in and the You
pro- : welcome
see styles.
F but, on the other hand, it Is equally lose sight of the grave threat to the fession. The other volumes to fol- I new are as l

e s true that a large number of our pee prosperity of the state involved in the low will be entitled bibles of the to look as to buy. We can fit you perfectly! : Yo,

pie are evidently ,convinced that wej I possible annexation: of Cuba to the Bar," "Frailties of the Jury" and "Fal- Wall'Paper. 'Doctor Latin. whether of normal unusual
United States At the present time I When a hole has,been jammed in the I I I you are or build. Our : c:
have all Intents and r lacies of the Law. All the above At Its best It must be admitted thatloctors' I
to purposes
It. would appear that there is considerable volumes will be sold at the uniform wall paper, as sometimes occurs in I prices range. from $35.00 down to the point where : I
well be privilegedby Latin is. In the words of a di*
might
class that as sentiment in the north against price of moving a piece of furniture, if one has ,' s
statute, since they seem to be in annexation, and that there are very one dollar. no paper like the one on'the wall or dislikes -j j tinguished professor "doggy and me quality ceases to bea virtue, but ,we' can fit your : t

i control of affairs anyhow.It few of the great papers who are openly i. Tae Oldest Sense of Humor the appearance of a patch, a judicious -,, dlaevaL" .For our own,part,we would T' pocketbook ,as readily as we can your figure. ', i

> advocating the move But it must The oldest idea use of water colors will work go ,so far as to say that it is mon .
is easy to scoff at suCh beliefs of humor: Is surprise., >, ,,..Mtr
be remembered thin mediaeval -
that it would not take : "doggy" At Its'worst :
ex'Ist nevertheless; and, It This the child exhibits (for that which wonders.The'' ton: paper should be : W.
but
they
administration! long to manufacture It is a monstrum horrendum with which .
iz oldest we shall find in the first straightened as neatly as possibleand ;
all signs do not fail, they are fast taking I the sentiment, nor for it to act youngest) no respectable dog would own k1Dsh1p;
:when it hides and cries "Boo! both glued down. Then touch the
i a shape that will, in a very few without any such sentiment ,Florida up -British Medical Journal. rep
make It necessary to reckon should raise a protest against any at-. surprising and frightening its senior, be vacant spaces and' the seams with Watson Parker & Reese CoEverything ofho
years, tempt at annexation as would compel; this senior father, mother brother, sister paints the color of:the paper at that
Cigars Before Breakfad."The ,
'With them In earnest. I congress to listen and to heed. Every! or friend. One may find this primal place. The break will be almost Invisible -I I PE
II proper time to test a cigar of
3 I voter in the state should write his congressman .I sense of humor distributed through the If the water colors are used care- : of
stogy is In the morning before breakfast '
on the subject and show I modern short story" Frequently the fully. In patching wall paper alwaystear / to w Wear.' m;
said a tobacconist "Naturally, i
The New York Times Is evidently him that Florida's future prosperity turn In the plot, if not in its development the patch Irregularly Instead ofcutting .

finding the President an insupportable and progress are threatened in-a very; hinges upon this child humor of it unJ S1'1t'is: the full strip. early but It morning Is smoking is not healthy, : : tic

i burden, and in a recent comment onf ord.grave manner Miami Evening Rec- surprise. Even some grownup folk The edge will b!'lesS noticeable. by smoking very samples discriminating.of your favoriterands' Try it .........e..... ......... ........... ................

f his Harrisburg address, declares that ... will pull a chair from under one, thus \) in the early morning and yon .

he has made Hearst possible. The ... ,, .. showing themselves still children Inthglr Fretful Babies. sac depend upon your judgment'' S
of fun. The
verbal
sense conceit
When the baby cries and frets at
indeed bring Pittsburg Press.
whirligig! of time does f THEY'LL GET A RUN.
d? found la much of the in the
t I verse night, instead drifting peacefullyoff

j about its revenges. ."."'.MI. M fl11: r.c.. .x.,. pages of modern comic papers is of to slumberland,:do not give him Trlampb of Art. H. 0. DeSILVA & COMPANY ::
this
same class of humor and furnishes
medicine at once. ._Try first some sim- Miss Feachley (exhibiting her new
1 Many of the disappointed New 'conclusive evidence that a number of ple, natural remedy. Spanish women hat)-I know you won't Ilk* It Miss

The President on York papers are jumping on Hearst men and women are at child's pity in put restless infants: to sleep by rub- Tartun-But I do, dear. I never saw Can fill orders for lumber sash doors win-

I Fortunes." with both feet :They don't like his literature Poems which end contrary bing their backs, and this method anything more artistic than that arrangement ,
"Swollen
nomination and are afraid of hie to their foreshadowing are of this sort, should prove equally effective with of the flowers. It hides the .1 dow Glass and all material. w'tt
Roosevelt's utterances up- brand of democracy. Any man, in -New York Herctd.NURSERY. American tots. As second !I 1 :
a
President resource tape of It eautitulI1.:2ikago: Tnb
{on the occasion of. his Harrisburg: these days, who makes a fight for put the baby into a'warm bath,which I I t We won't be able to make special work
the is
people branded
as dangerous NOTES.
speech seem to have gone home to and all sorts of calamities are prophe- will take all the congestion from the f, < for a few'days. Send your orders.
contemporaries brain .and spinal, cord, and the little Farm For "Down and Caters." ;
some.of our northern led should he ,succeed. Even now, Where the laundry is considered, I
r Wall child will fall asleep in a few !Do- A farm for poor old bums, or men
satisfactorily street'
In anything but a man- is saying that if Hearst children's bibs or napkins made from
l'ner. should be elected governor, a finan- Turkish toweling have been found ments. that are down and out will be established Phone IL H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
at WInona Lake, Ind, in the
cial crash will result that will para-
The New York Commercial, for Instance very practical. They can be easily j eases the l_ 1
lyze the, business of the country. It near future as a memorial to the
takes the President to task for washed and do not require ironinj. j If r you cannot afford an asbestus '
Is the same old cry that helped to j late: Samuel IL Hadley, friend of
|his reference to what Jie very properly ::' defeat Bryan in 1896. The "plunder. A nurse who has any nervous habits, f I| lining for your icebox you will find "drunks" and for twenty years head

calls "swollen fortunes and de- bund" as Mr. Hearst aptly calls 'some such as biting the nails or fidgeting that It will materially.lessen your Ice of the Jerry McAuley.mission of New BAY ELECTRIC, AND SUPPLY COMPANY .

\ dares that he evidently finds it impossible of his bitterest opponents may succeed with the hands or feet should never. bill to lay old newspapers thickly over York dry, says the St Louis Post-Dis W. T.'BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER.
l I himself loose in defeating him; but one thingIs be kept as children are very quick to the top and sides, but not on the bot- Prepared to "to wholly tear Dispatch."Pop"; representative. win call. W. T. Bidwefl. President and
certain they will know on@lectlon notice and copy such habits, which are tom of the ice. This keeps the warm street. Manager, ass s. Baylen
from that socialistic, conception of his Hadley for years, had spentpart
day that they have had a run tor extremely difficult to correctIf air of the room from striking every '
to which he first gave utterance three their money.-Miami Evening Record. time the door Is and of each summer at Winona Lake.
a child has a bad bump on the opened, as It
I The first donation for the farm
was:
:years ago at Minneapolis. forehead use an application of witch melts much slower"the food in the .
I made by Charles H. Madison, head of a
'
If by "socialistic" is meant an adequate hazel as hot as can be borne. It will clumber below is kept at a.lower tem-

: conception of "the evils of great For Member DEMOCRATIC of Congress NOMINEES., 3rd Con jres. take out the soreness and, prevent perature. rescue Y. It was mission Hadley in, he Pougbkeepsle said who,rescued N. SHINGLES FOR ROOF REPAIRING

I fortunes, and the right and duty of sional District: swelling. A little oil or vaseline rub- i Him te Be 'Beaatlfal. him. A home trill be: built on the

the government to regulate them," WJI. B. LAMAR. of Jefferson. bed in afterward will prevent any'; "What do you do to keep so beauG I I farm for Mr*. Uadley.
I then the President's most ardent admirers Court tendency'to discoloration. fuir they asked the butterfly. We. have all the shingles that you want for
For Justices ot the Supreme :
{ must admit that he is in his CHAS. B. PARKHrLL, of Bscambla Much trouble is saved in mending.children's "I? I do nothing" she replied.? repairs to your roof at $1.50 to $3.75 per a.
clothes if the knees andseats .At the Wrong Coa.ter.The .
I way something of a socialist. And in JAMES B. WHTTFIEta,_of Leon. ,thousand-pine and
; lady who went to the book de- cypress. i
... of toys' trousers and the elbows A deep, genuine sincerity is the first _
that caso he stay reasonably expect For Railroad Commissioner: it jackets and girls' waists are made characteristic of aU men in any way partment of a big modern store and InQuired t

$ to have flung at him such queries ,as NEWTON, A. BUTCH of Levy. C"uble.. It is also economical in the heroic.-Carlyle. for "Crabbe's Tales" was told

the following, propounded by the Com R. HUDSON ,BURR of Dade. .end to buy material sufficient for two Clam Ear that fish and provisions were ,on the Saunders Mill

mercial in the editorial in question: For State Senator 2nd District: pairs of sleeves for everyday clothes j The clam's eggs are carried by the ground floor.-Boston Herald. Company, >c

And it is pertinent to ask President JOHN S. BEARD. mother on her gills.' When there are Phone 777. 21 Cast Can/00 Street. t
Roosevelt, too, just what a "swollen The Kitchen' Slake I fish'in the water with them the mother Stenbea Girard, Hero. I L
L fortune" is. Where exactly does a For Member House of Representatives Too ideal sink is of porcelain: with clams discharge 'the eggs which soon A tablet "In commemoration of the t

I fortune cease to be of normal proportions CHAS., M. COSTON. rolled edge, round; corners, porcelain i hatch, but if there are no fish they courage and humanity displayed by Z
and take on inflation! Is it at M. 0. BAGGETT., t Stephen Girard the .
back and open.plumbing; without a carry the. eggs until they decay. The during epidemic of
the $100,000 or the $10,000,000 point! For Tax Assessor: crack OP crevice for dirt or the ever reason of this 'strange'behavior is this: yellow fever in the year 1793: in }

tt' 'If 000 Black and Brown has scraped$1,000,001 together must $1,000-Brown W.. W. RICHARDS.os ready water bug. He is ready still, but I When the eggs are set free In the Girard college'in Philadelphia disclosesa SPECIAL NOTICE: '

he must live in the open and not lie water they soon hatch and the little phase of character in the philanthropist THE
surrender control of his to the DREDGING COMPANY :
United States government money and Blackgo ; Tax Collector( Concealed. A white enamel sink is a\- { ones swim about until they find some not generally understood. During CHAS. Q. ,

on enjoying the free use of his? ,J. S; ROBERTS.For most as good
Questions of this'sort may safely be much less expensive. Soapstone and ; They live for a time on the mucus of business and his luxurious home and Is fully 'equipped to do all kinds of wrecking work

County Treasurer: slate are very good and so. too. is the ,' the fish assumed the superintendency of a yellow with hydraulic clam t
left to the plainr common sense of the J. ED.. WILLIAMS.I and then drop off, sink to the fever, : dredge, shell, dredge, hoisting apparatus :
1' copper lined sink. The great danger i bottom and form burrows for theia- b't p1W. He took: up the
majority of our people to answer. And work others ,. wrecking pumps and tugs.
t in the porcelain and enameled sinks is |j| selves. This semiparasltic life recoiled from and did too t
when that answer shall be given it Is For Members of School Board: the breaking of delicate china and )Is no doubt a reversion to the habit of work<,because it WM, his'bty. Office, Foot of Eslava Street Mobile, Ala.Femenina'fijr t

t well to remember that. it will be made W. E.. ANDERSON.H. glass. The copper lining is much the some ancient ancestor. 1

:4 I through the ballot box, and in a man- G. DeSILVA. best for that: The wooden drain boards 1

|titer:that will need no endorsement or W. M. AGERTON.For tipping slightly toward the sink: are a f

sanction from great convenience. Frequently rubber t
K
other
j any authority. '
Board
Member County'
Comm mats with roughened surfaces are

sioners: placed on these to keep the dishes'from Women. SB t
J. B. ROBERTS.
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.I Secretary Taft, as the Czar of JNO. A. MERRITT. -... slipping. There are besides wire and 0n& E

1 I Cuba, during his brief reign made the > :JAS. M. ANDREWS. nickel plated dish drainen, ,which will 1t

authority of the Russian ruler look 'H.,C,CLOPTON ...' keep the.plates separated*one from an

.,(like UM proverbial three dimes' < JAS. R. STEWARD. ether ,while draining,-Harper's Bazar. to (
Equal
t any $1.00 preparation on the market.;
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CENISTAMPSI J. F. DAVIS JEWELER ii
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i I BEDLAM I ISpeefal.to Now 'In II-
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II New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox CL .
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0e u PEOPLE AND EVENTS I Said To Be Scarce.Due I i '.

i The JournaL IBeuIah. -
doubt the 1 {
no to ,large
Oct. 11. This good cool
i number of storm postal cards weather with drying winds Is very re- I

AURELIE MAREkN BERNARD. I being sent out. We handle freshing after the last two weeks of MAKETHESPAREROOMEARN I pi i
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waked land and dampness ,
water :
Telephone No. 38.After 3 P. M. these cards at the following everywhere. In the house and out of 'f fi <-

doors. '
prices:
The farmers have most of their MONEY
.. BD! ami HURRICANE VIEWS fences up and are trying to save what 2 .

hay, they can. Even where the cattle .
SAND CASTLES. 10 cents each or three for 25 did not get on to It, It Is hard to i

., ;Dolly dear you recollect, The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature cents. Real photographs. get for it Is pounded down flat by the There'll be lots of visitors here this win r
at
rain. It will be hay
wind and poor !
e We IDow, fair with castles childish would hand erect. Every part of the water Lest but will beat no hay by long ter, and you might just as well furnish up ::1' "

On the level strand! frontwreckage in photographic .odds and we are thankful. for what is that extra room, and make it earn your : .. if ,

i Too I,,with in saucy urchin pinafore spade. form. i left spent of-a once all Monday fine. crop.I last looking "pocket change." Twenty-five to fifty dollars i ?1.-:

Wondrous castles those of yore. over the wreckage from Mnscogee will do it handsomely and the: earnings I.x

Z. By some wave low laid. H0010N',5.PHARMACY me wharf that to the Big damage Bayou and by the It seems storm to to from the room will soon pay for it. : : ..A. 4.

all Interests In and around Pensacola '
-
Dack that was, full twenty years
.. ('?ardon If you wflX.) The Birthplace Prompt Delivery Is greatly. In excess of the estimatedloss. BUY NOW PAY LATER; ,
But you're partial it appears ,
Mr. Thomas Barrlneau returned last i .
To the pastime stiTL r .:
:
Phone 1100.
Z T week from a visit with relatives and .
True no longer have you me. "" 1 1
friends In Georgia.
Dolly for your mate. r :$/
Cora Spare and little brother
i Eat you have a vis a vis, 1 tI Louis Miss have returned from Manchester MARSTON & QUINA 1'
t
Whom you higher rate. have taken the residence formerly occupied Iowa, where they spent the summer. 5
by British ,Vice Consul Boaar,
.. For I note you sitting thereBy corner Gregory and Baylen streets. They road by were washouts detained lA Alabama two days and on the arrived 108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fia. J : } 11

the pleasant tide, They were formerly residents of : 'Y .
: Charlie Rocks cr Lord de Where Bunswick/. In Pensacola storm. Sunday morning ........................... ........................... i:: r
after the big
at side \: ,
Lolling your ; !
:
And your costume is as short !Miss Dalsie Hyer has returned from a The Rev. Postelle conducted a series ,
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in Asheville, of meetings at the Baptist church WINTER : 1 l'
Aa .I ever knew; delightful summer spent and RESUMING HOURS
And you're faithful to the sport a Yn Atlanta and other points; where) she They were well attended every i
Quite the summer through. was the recipient of many social at- one speaks very highly of the reverendent1emm's our store will be open until 8 o'clock and on Saturday ;I !If!. ituntillO'o'clock.
a n'a work In this communityand .
i tentions. .
he will come again-
hopes
Dear In those I do days not recollect.of old, Miss :Kate and Miss (Lens .Ferguson Rev. Charles Netherlands has Coe s :Boo Is.: tore ,. '
have returned from a suit with moved Into his new house and is now
.. You As were I now such behold an: : architect their aunt, Mrs. Bruce of MUton. at home to his friends when they New Brent,Building. Phone 235. j j :a

I a choose to call
Castles-'Tankee, English French "
t
Mrs. J. H.. Blckersaft has .returned Miss Lydia Spare has gone to Quintette. : !
0. Plan you gilded taU! drench a from Dawson Springs, Ky. Everyone She began her duties as teacher ..... HHMKMHHMWHI
Sure misfortune cannot win be pleased' ''to learn that Mrs there the first of October. .. WATCHES I
DIAMONDS JEWELRY
i Shall not drench them alL improved in ..i 'i
much
is
0T Bickerstaff Miss Mary Spare has been assignedto
-Edwin L. Ssbin: in Bohemian.
+ health. -' the Pine Forest school. CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3S ;; V.l: J
,1' Rev. Nicholson preached at the '
McMULLAN-SACKHOFF '
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' good for you. STERLING SILVERWARE.
WEDDING ANNOUNCED. The best is none; too Beulah Mv E. church Sunday morningand } .

.. The following invitation has been!I Get Absolutely Blue Ribbon pure' go Lemon twice and as far Vanilla and also several received who In to full member ART POTTERYOPTICAL GOODS i : :t .;
ship were on probltion.
In Pensacola ,
received by the friends Flavor" is perfec
the "Blue Ribbon Our old paster. Rev. James..Briars, CUT GLASSWARE. L I
of the contracting parties. Mr.: Sacktoff =
i tion. Ask for the 25c size. here and >i'. ft
Sunday assisted
was over
hiPensacola. .
is well and favorably known i "
I
.. the evangelist In the service. In the : '
Miss :McMullen Is an auntof
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many Mr.friends J. Elwood in Pensacola de la Rua, where and hall aa t AMUSEMENTS."The : j evening. Engraving and Fine Stationery. i :: : 1 1

i CABN1AL CROWDS TO SEEA f fr I IH

3Lrs.home Sackhoff after the she tenth will of November make her: ; : .................."!'..&.. ..........AA&.......... .AA.. .. HUGE BOUQUET FIRE .;., .. r,1, .. ,

:.. :: i Sultan of Sulu," the,book and Mail Orders Receive Attention. ,
<<0, A: bonquet of fire flowers several Prompt :
'.> ". : lyrics of which _are from the pen of hundred feet In. circumference will I' :' ; 1 1E. 1

- PeriFSLLYE ...... .' _, George Ade and the music by AlfredG. bo a spectacle to spellbind: Jacksonville : .; '
Saleswomen's to the famous 0
Mathall is, according carnival visitors in November. .
I .' .T jr author' of' "Fables in Slang"neither Sunflowers and petu&iis and Jonny- m Om Zadek Jewelry Co. | : .
a light or comic opera nor a Jumpups and t01reh.me--nots. and roses
STAKD1NS .
DUE TD S
DISWES '
l< musical or farcical comedy nor burlesque and every kind of flower.in the category MOBILE, ALA. =: : ,
T -1' or extravaganza; but merely a will be bunched Into a gorgeous ...... ... ...!
Fact Abort Miss Markle DacgerMs ? y which contains the ; **391**+1Fti***JMWHHHHHHHCAYENNE 3 tr 't F Yh't+st4i'IFi ,: !
Illness aid Coaeplete! Care musical satire bouquet- a* big as a house throurh; -
1 good features ofall.. the art of four expert pyrotechuolo-l i ;
shows simple and effective lace! was latticed across tfie yoke part musical opera brokeall r
Have yon ever thought why so many The design a This brilliant gists who are coming PEPPER. <
women or girls rather walk an hour -way to make a white blouseof I which was tucked to the bust line and records for receipts at WallacesTheatre especially to handle the nightly fireworks BOOKS .
than stand still.for ten minutes? Wide embroidery two strips of the lace insertion was New York. where it was the programme at the carnival. Its J4ie1e r.. IB CooMa BriansOd A
lawn.
mull or fine used in each sleeve. The collar was attraction for six mout .. It has also _.._Ita. Books only bat all kinds of bookI : -t
was used down the middi'thefront also of the insertion and the cuffs of received the endorsement of Chicago Julius Cae ar. Comparatively few people art aware 3

and down the middle of each the short sleeves were of the same Boston, Philadelphia, St. Louis Washington was a man of nerve-but 'sickness left that cayenne pepper If used Judiciously of I tan Bore particular Book: No attention well-balanwd to mr stock boy .t ,-
sleeve inch-wide valenclennes being finished by a ruffle of deep edging to and other theatre patrons.. Its mark and he became aged before be made to add appreciably to the will start with Shakespeare- U.rt him ,
may
used in combination. This narrower match. "The Sultan of SultT with Its arrayof his time.. Sickness is often causedby the of thecook's with Horatio AIg r. Jr. Htnty. Coop ; .
digestibility! of products eta These will keep them off the street.
I comedienne singers, exquisitely, a torpid liver. Ilerbine will regulate domains.If : <-
dressed and perfectly drilled choruses your_liver and give you health. For Girls IX>CM Ak-ott (Little Worn }
Messrs. J. J. and J. L. ilcMHillaa the Married Ladles Card Club at and artistic triumphs of scenic art Mrs. Carrie Austin Hollon, Kansas prescribed by the doctor and purchased :en books Martha Findlay (Elsie books). I ,
request the honour of your presenceat their last meeting. The first prize, t will be seen here next Monday night. writes: consider. Herbine the best at the drug store It will.appear ,Margaret Sydney (Pepper books). Mrs. -
s the marriage of their sister cut glass nappy and took-pIck holder medicine I ever heard of. I am never under the name, capsicum, but .it will 'I FiuaisstOHoBurnett .(UlUe Lord t
y ray :Bute Belle was won by Mrs. Herman Howland. Thorns and Orange Blossom.11 without it." be cayenne pepper just the same, and ; k.
r to The second prize, & half-dozen glasses Next Tuesday evening Len B. Par It is wise to begin its Ute before the I have all these at from Mo to 11.M,
. Mr. RObert-Christian Sackhoff was won by Mrs. V. J. VidaL Next ker's dramatization of Bertha M. \ time arrive to seek the good offices of according to.: binding. .:r t
en on Wednesday, October'the rentY4fourth. ; Tuesday the club win meet with Mrs. Clay's popular novel of the above ,.. a physician. Many of my lOc paper backs are by ; '
,tf ys. ; aF Harry Blumer. will be presented at the local standard authors and are good literature I
name The tendency of red or cayenne pepper >
S J'. at half after eight o'clock, Lai opera house by Rowland and Clifford. "The Best Is What We Sell"WE it to draw the Mood to the stooi. 1t
'Mr and Mrs. Jacob and famIly
here strongly
residence, costs
- at their win into town in the near The production will aeh, where it is seeded while the dlgee.tion
Greenville Alabama. move endorsed by press and public, and HARRY T. HOWLAND j
future to reside. advantage of mounting of food is taking place. Teas kind -Manager ,

PROGRESS ..CLUBGIVES Thos have and scenic every accessories.A of pepper must not be employed ai liberally De Luna Book Store )
Mr. and Mrs. C. Watson camp M black pepper however, or it ,
/Llln/Llcr t it IP EUCHRE PARTY. euchre hone yesterday. They had a splendid Moet Worthy Article. will be so much la ...evidence eat it wiU De Luna 8LHams ; iI i
its
The 'Progress club held trip which included Niagara Falls When an article has been on the HAVE be topowlble to tat the food.
numberof
party last night and a large Buffalo N. Y., and Canada where Mr. and gains friends .
market for years Use it tptrlntfy, aad It win help to "
It is because most woman suffer frees couples enjoyed the evening very Watson attended the Grand Lodgeof sal to en this RECEIVED
some derangement. of their delicateorganism much. After the games were finished Odd Fellows. every year it Is Such la Bal-I JUST bring oat the 8&TG1'.ef oaay savorydlinet I ,
the discomfort of which is dancing was Indulged in and refreshments medicine a worthy one. It positively although its preeeae! will not Vs
less trying when they are in motion were. served. The regular Mr. Switzer of New Orleans, is la lard's Horehound and Syrup.all Pulmonary' A \ be detected. Use it tn coupe la baked i

than when standing.In meeting of the Card Club will be held Pensacola. where be will probably remain cures coughs of the beat known merchants beans, la stews. In bash and to?01x7
some states laws compel employers in future onWdnesdar! evening during the winter. diseases. Mobile One Ala., says: CASK OF more conplkated culinary products.Om j ;;
to resting places for"their femsle in
provide .
has not
my family I ANDBreakfast 'f
employees. Mr. and Mrs. John Sandusky are :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Baker and theft "For five years with the winter coughswe .
But amount of law can regulate been troubled GERMANDILL I i
no
who }
the parents of a fine baby boy charming children five in nuzofcer, to Ballard Horehound r
the hard tasks of these'Vromen. They owe this Otsasst t
most get the Strength vthifh this work arrived. 'a few days.agoMrs. Syrup; I know It.has saved.- my children They had quarreled again."Perhaps Bacon J JI
demands run the risk: of serious from many sick Qpeus.Phone *
or N- C. McMillan and children MRS. MARY GREGOVICHOf yon are not twin, she
d-ceases and the surgeon's knife. have returned from a -visit_to friendsin said, "that I had over a down proposals I iII
- Read the experience of Miss Margret, ElPaso, Texas,.and other. places in Phtlipsburg Montana, Tells How 'No. 178 nan!*** befor I tocvptedjours. ,Decidedly the best that
Milwaukee i
MtrUey, 275 3d Street, thewest. She Was Cured of'Dandruff. I PICKLES -
Wls. Is Now Working. II
: .Mrs. Mary Gregovich. of Philips- I is-Morrell's Iowa Pride f!
Bear. lira 1't kham- Mrs. B. O. Saltmarsh and daughter burg. Montana under date of Nov. Sol Cahn & Co. 1me.IIushest "
bean"Gradual lots of strength, Derroosnets Irritation, Miss Mercedes, and Mrs., W..A., 26, 1899. writes: "I had typhoid, fever Also some Spanish "And pe'zt.apti-madam, he retorted CRISP, TENDER, 11'I
and extreme not I
g-down pains 1I&'hWy.r08 are aware that
from delightful
a
Thfa Blount have returned this summer; consequently was losing Location. Onions Limburger and
advlc
tumpeLed me to sM medical Temporary to
Va. proposed nearly twenty women before I JUICY and SWEET
>:or ..LlI bad diseased organs aid nleersxtajed visit \Vythevflle.. : my hair terribly and my head in omces of E. E. Cranber-
llII. and an operation if I places was perfectly bald. Nbwbro'sHerpicide The temporary Swiss Cheese, I became acquainted with roar
wand
to E. E. Saunders A NUT.
Louis, and AS
of St Co.
get well I m this and Mrs Alex Friedman Saunders &: self.
abated
Mackerel.Rosenati&Gerelds
had .
Just InUTuse InPhilipsburg and
come ries ;
of Mr.' and in the#north end of ,
Com-
to give Lydia E. Fmktam Vegetable is in the city the guest and the doctor are now located I
Mund trial. I ooo found-that siltbt food :Mrs. L. Friedman. Mrs. Freidmanwil strongly the Keyser building. Napoleon Benipart. I
Things said sheet this great nWldns were probably make Pensacola her future recommended it to me.. After S or 4 showed at the battle of Austerlltx. he! 1'
true- Th tJ tlom eoon beaJ.d. backachek applications my hair stopped falling was the greatest Leader fa the world. ;
dacha andlsrVousnftB tlwpe jr d, acdo home, and will go to housekeep out and Is coming in again quite thickL NOTICE. I Ballard's Snow Liniment hu shown I

IWsctlr e slat) wan' 'I I was irlsh stroas? erf(,/ orrkknK; pd kid ing some time during. the winter.Mr. used to.. be troubled greatly with Private bids to will.float be tit received* .Italian by ebt the"Lenrsianed the public it is!the best Liniment in Sol Cahn & CO. ,

*bo gaffer would 'dJa .'i1nkbanr'srepetableCc ( Julius Gugwheim is here dandruff, of which I -BOW--quite stranded on the west !side the world.. A Quick cure for Rheuma- .1 '
n4 trT." from Mobile,.to visit his parents Mr cured." Kill the dandruff germ with of Pe Id who N crgo board COO- THE FANCY GROCERS, tiara Sprains, Burns, Cuts etc. A. C Th. Pure Food Store.

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable'Com and Mrs.: I. Gugenhetnu is receiving Herplcide. slats of 1E0.00eAmer1csn.. lumber A.. TAS feet ... ST. Pate R04 Ua.. La., says: T used Ballard' t.stb.astC.rurPalates. sad lat ."__ d
I pound is vegetabl toniiwhichtnvig- *:very cordial ;welcome .from hisfriends : For sale by W.. A... D'Alemberte; : :. AR. 1 116 SOOTH PALAFOX- Scow Liniment In my familyand
orates and.strengthens the entire fe- :'who hare already shown him druggist and apothecary 121 Soul find it unexcelled sore p..ft..lllS .
ale orgunism. .,ncl'wiUiprpda** theme social .attentions.. Palafox street or send lOc in stamps GLASS', I .. Phone 391 headache, corns, In fact an Cbeat.j bt
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benefici&l.r su1\6.in the,cases of many. .. for sample to The Herpiclde 'Co.,De- AND GLAZING. .. _h can be reached by a liniment" ,t
other tick somas M with'ilisa: Mcrklaj.' 'Miss 'F5ni1: tttoca was the hostess ot trout Mick E. WELLS; 10 E. INTENOENCIA. 'i>


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SIX. -THE PENSACpLA JOURNAL. ,. FRIDAY. MO.RN) .Gr. OCT.O BE R. 12, 1906.; I'






I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. THAT PAjl



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HELP WANTED. --- Fiwo.00011 'AnElegant i Po ir 5alH



-<. help.Apply:mattrsss-maker.WANTED*. 1 upholster'15 H.East 1 Fairchild carpet-layer 1 Garden cabtnet-maker.requires street and upstairs atone 1 2- : BOYS i A Cutting Scrape I How About That House i


befere S a. m. lloctlw.WAJTTED 2500-4.room. cottage East Jackson

-A capable engineer to handleengines Home .\V e can r, give you a $ S street; large lot modern conven- '

i? : dynamo compressors Ice and In the ad-writing line- ; iences.
some I'
price two on I Ii

5:.j one permanent team pulldtnr.heating position Coal plants.to used.satisfactory All Excellent combined party.and In ,ready their to work submit to samplesof reputa. I real estate or that will $3500 S "lots-room; North cottage HilL on corner with 5 You Can't Rent ?


Write stating experience, age and"refer I ble merchants desiring to FOR $2500.00. ; make you "cut" your $4000-. -room % :stOI'Y'. modern convenien
Address, "Superintendent care
encea. use their advertising appropriation East Gadsden street.
ces.
lloctlw"WANTED i i ii
this paper. In successful SIX ROOMS CORNER JACKSON AND j purse strings, scrape LET US RENT/IT FOR YOU.
-A cook and a woman to do GUILLEMARDE STREETS,' JUST! dollars I$4500.-1room.8tOry, East Gadsden SL, :
few
In- ACROSS STREET SOUTH OF SCHOOL'NO. together near car line.
East
No. 227
house work. Apply at 1. GAS ELECTRIC i _
LIGHTS BATHJ _
fi tendencia. street. lloctlw Advertisements. ALL MODERN. IF YOU ARE IN THE and make a "stab" at $2200 5-room cottage. East Cervantes. St., i I

i: A.1\fTED-Rellable boys or yoking men MARKET FOR A HOME BETTER' LET I bath. Lot 63x132. A large list of desirable
In every town In Florida to distribute US SHOW THIS TO YOU.OtherHomes ; home-buying, The thing ap-
1 a vertll1D.a"tor: the Jacksonville Carnival $1room: cottage No. 910 North 6thavenue. plicants 'are file with
to do is to S : now. on
Address with references Jacksonville Free ad offel'-made in S C right now, geta f i

Carnival,Association. Jacksonville: Fla.10oct2t. S good faith-we want to For Sale. deed to some PensaI: 450-1-room house renting for $5 per : .us, and' we can rent your t

do your work-bringing cola real It will I month.1600cottage. houses at once.
W. ANTED-F1rst-cla.ss carriage black- I more trade through your estate. i :
"
,' smith right and man.woodworker.Address John Good v..position Welsh ads than they, have ever be worth a very great. i$ Strong street corner Lot 3th 80x132.avenue and i 'Phone or write us to call
ipr
Carriage Works. Pensacola. Fia.WANTED 500t! drawn ,before.. $1200.00FIVE deal more in a very few I:$ (50- -room house, lot 58 xT$, No. 613 i on you for a Tornado, Plate-

Write us confidentially.! ROOMS, EAST STRONG. t ; North 6th avenue white tenants.3000.West I
to Mrs. Glass Fire Insurance PolL -
-A good cook. Apply i years. If you want a I or
:; .Dr. R. C. White, 222 West Gregory St. '$ half of block 2S. corner of
_9octlw home, farm or business Gregory and 10th avenue. icy.HOOTON..

W Palafox A "TEDcompetent St.WANTEDGOOd. nurse. 701 North 7oct "AD-WRITER.sCare $1600.00. property, call on us for ., $1500-Lots 11 to 15, block 13$, New i .

t I FIVE ROOMS, BATH AND GAS, EAST it. Use rent money for _se1350Lots Ctt*
I
S len'street. cook at C19 North Coctlw Bay- The Journal. CERVANTES. 'S 1'r home buying. $ 1 to 3, block 94, New City. & WATSON |

i '$2500 Lots 6 to 10, block_93, New. City. 1
THE PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeeping -

Magazine .want representatives i $::300.00.'S'S '500 Lots 21 and %%. block 112. North THE RENTAL AGENTS" j
both local and to travel. They pay, very II Palafox street ;
S liberal commissions and also give large TEN ROOMS, EAST GADSDEN. :. HcDAVID-MER GO. .
casa prizes. For terms write, giving See our list for others. 'block .
WANTED.WANTED :$1300-Lots 18 to 20, 138 New
Real
%, references \.to Good Housekeeping. City.$1300AB Estate. Insurance and Loans
Agents New York
Agency DepL Springfield Mass. 6oct2w.WANTED j
I
Life Insurance Company. -of block 117. East King
S ; -A good cook .t Pearl Eagan ,-Positlon -bookkeeper by RENTS COLLECTED. AND PROMPT. i Tract '
I No 37..S. Palafox Phone No. '
S ,4 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., Street.
.Orphanage, 17th street between 7th competent and experienced young RETURNS MADE. : I : 54. } :

S and 8th avenues. 4oct man. '"who C. M.can P./furnish' Care JournaL typewriter.12oct3t Address 'MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON. Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. I I$ 725-iS Tract.lots 'I In"block' 109, -East 'King .. .... .! ......... ... ............... J r

W 'TED-Three or tour good waiters REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES.
wanted. Apply. at once Kandy Kitchen WANTED-Quiet man wants private $1500-For blocks 113 and 207 West King
Ko. 2oct board by week or.month;.expects to be WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN Tract.
in city four to six months. Answer for a PROPERTY CAN SELL LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY: t
YOU
;: WANTED-With references fifteen good week. J. F. Walker City. Gen'l Delivery. "
hustling sober men to represent the S lloctlw* EITHER. 'ThroUgh and Local Time :Tables Between Penaacola and Points North.
S Planters' Live Stock Insurance (.;0. ofThomasvllle STORMHas List your property with us for quick t
; Ga. For particulars Address WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY. THE sale. S READ DOWN READ UP
WANTED-All kinds beer, bottles. I S
pay I
Pierre G Russell.! Tallahassee, Fla. Ref- 15c dozen. I handle all leading brandsof WE CAN SELL IT. Trains No. t Trains Not. .
erence Capital City Bank. Tall hasse<. 5
: 2'4 3
wines, beers and whiskies and still iLv.
Fla. 2C Sept. 1 mo. manufacture that wen-established cpugh Fire Insurance.. Placed in not affected the values of Real :Money to lend in large or small' 11:05pm llJiazn ..................Pensacola..Ar 6:0UainjiT :,
WANTED At once, white nurse for children medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragonaand Estate in this city |1.00: The buildings amounts. 6:30am} 1Opm ............;..... ................. 9.35pm,1l.1.m: : ): f
127 West 28. Government Sts. lloct First-Class Companies. IIf5am IOpm Ar..Blrmin&bam................Lv 4:20pm 8:33a::
Apply Gregory. Sept and :
; wharves'that were destroyed 'i5pm 1:11am Ar:.................Nashv111e..h..h..Lv 8:4"am\ 2:1o:u .
.ANTED-At on<-e. FIRST-CLASS saw filer wants position; will be replaced by more substantial Fire and Tornado Insurance written in : Ieop: 3.11am Lv..Nashville.&r 81iaiif'til; ;:

boys. Apply at this office.carrier or millwright work. Address G. A. buildings. Pensacola! has before it either of eight.reliable companies. i 1:25&JQ &. ,Ar..Evanrnue. ........4... ...Lv 3.00am.: t: ::a f
.. Gredler. Escasibia, Fla. lOoctlw* the'brightest fall of-its future.. I have 7:40am %:lopm Ar..................St._. Louis..Lv 1:4 pml. 3:3p: t

-- --- LESLIE BROOKS made arrangements. to ,take all the 7:5OPml 3:21am ''.................. ..................Ar 3:27am1"tji;
SMALL HOUSE or cottage, by reliable offered below Its market 2:10am. 1:30am Ar...................Loul8v1l1e.................Lv 1:45am t:3OpIi
BOARD AND property
ROOMS. tenants. Address 222 West. Cervantes 7Iessnfl2:60n'ju Ar. ;. ... .. .. .Cincinnati.L.v 1l.0Opm ,: _
1.L S Brown & Go
street.' bet Real Estate I value. If you are afraid of Pensacola .

PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to Real Estate bring it tame, I will buyit BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEWONLEANS.

board on North Hill second door from WANTED-Gentle pony"or horse. Must and Insurance. from 'you.Some 6&,7 Z&24&1 3&2 1&4 $56700ath
?S par line. For particulars address No. 8 be cheap. Apply at M. & O. Clothing I WE SELL LOTS llO5pm1ISSam! Lv. .Pensacola..Ar 5.OOam 4:00pm 6.lupm (

I Past Strong. 12octlm Store, 323 South Palafox. 9octtf Phone 462. 112 Money In These. 10:45am 2:55am. 4:12pm: ............. ........... 12:40am 11:59am :Zlpm
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms S. Palafox. Phone 918. Thiesen Building 6Hpm: 715am:15pm Ar........ NewOrleans..Lv 8:1pm ........
for rent fot fight housekeeping. Phone WANTED.-Position as salesman or clerk .c I A quarter block (5 lots) cor 12th
'JIO%. or apptr room 3. 20i% South Pain4 I by young man thoroughly acquaintedin Street ,and 18th avenue overlookingthe FLOMATON, PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLL

fox lloct city. Address B. B., Care Journal.7octlw Bayou, one of the highest pointsin 21 I 6 I ,1 j 1 I Traits db not stop at stations I 2 t 4 I Ii' B
S FOR SALEFOR Daily f&r lDally! Dally where no time Is shown I
DallYi
Da1ly1Dafly Daily
!TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for New City, two blocks from cu'1Jne.very
Telephone and bath connected. 1202 rent. ...... 4:56 %:30 2.50l[ .......... .......... 12:41 1:2 8:51 at
E.
Gadsdcn. lOoctlw WANTED-Position as turpentine woods- For Sale cheap at $1100. :'ALE-One skiff C weeks old. with ...... 6:00 2:3: 2:551! .............Centllry............_ 12:40 11 111.. \\
man, by an old practical turpentine A block 300 feet front on Bayou sails 15 feet long natural crooks ...... 1:01.: 2:41 .3:051 ...;......Bluff Springs .......... .-1:33 1:15 8:1] "
woodsman. Address "Woodsman," Care ; ; ...... : 2.51 .3:201 ........ .. .. t1:11 \
S !TWO NICELY furnished rooms to let. Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn'ttouched throughout. Apply to S. Bosso Pensa .1dcDaTld ........ .12:%: 1:05 8:O& '
Journal Pensacela, Fla. 6oct3t V ...... 5:30: 1:84 3:161 .......' .. 1\
Desirable location on West HilL Apply by the water and not cola. I2oct .Plne arren.. ....... .'1:8! 15 1:5: ... .
S P. O. Box .'". S a singletree .....T. 6:39 ':13 .S.50 .....lIollno ............. .11:511 lZ:43 ?:4.... h
Soctiw'S WANTED:..First-class hat cleaning. Old Cash or on InstallmentPlan blown down. One.:of the'pretti.- FOR SALE-A grocery' business on fine ...... .*: .. ... .fO .. ............Qulntette............ .11:51.1:34 ... J
ROOMS FOR RENT-With privilege of hats made new. Cleaning pressingand est sites for a residence and the safest corner stand. Good run of business. A ...... .5:53 .1:%& .4:11 ...........COttage Hill ........... ..11f4.12n .7:34.7:39j.! ., }J
light housekeeping; use of bath and blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. in the city Penaacola bargain S for cash. Long lease and cheap ...... ..6:57 19: t:15 ,..........Cantonement.......... .11:40 16 ... G
phone; on car line. Apply 900 East Jackion. Panamas. Sic: Straws 2*>c; Felt, 35c; 5000. rent Address A. Greenbut & Co. lloctlw ...... .':01 .1:14 .f3 .......GonzaJez............ ..11:35.1:21 .7:311.... F
? 7octlm Derbys. 25c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Int n- ...... .1e31:16 : ..............P..oberts............. .11:33 .12:19 .7:24''.... F:
dencla street All come in.6octlm* Wanted.A .' FOR' SALE-A beautiful spotted half- .... S. ..4:15 .3f5 .4:25.. ...... ......Ollve.............. .11:2% .12:09 .7:15.... I
FOR RENT-Two connecting. furnished I blood Shetland pony colt. Good: sise and ...... ':Zl .3:51 -. .. ............. ..Brent.............. .'11.15.12:04 : ...... C
house .
WANTED-All owners' of to in good neighborhood and .... 6:25 -3:54 .... ...
poultry .
rooms suitable for light housekeeping -S S very gentle. Will make a fine saddler or 7:05
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S In excellent neighborhood.. near car line: know that we are agents for the cele- near business district for about driver. Address J. M. Ewing Mary 1:30: 4:65 &oof Ar.::::. ::::.Pensacola..Lv: : .-W A .W: 7:00; :.::.:
and in walking distance of business dis: brated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed 1200.00 3000. :! Esther. Fla.. llocUt No.111 1 -1 = .
S trict. Ring phone 6(3. to cure rupe, coolers, (gape and to r 1- :No-lj: 'T
,7octlw kill fleas lice and mites. Also theirwonderful List your property with for sale. :PM ____,,,, I I r AY t.
NICELY FURNISHED room with board egg producer. F. S. Mellen & for 2 houses on the southeast me FOR can SALE-See furnish a new me about celebrated windmills.Star all I 5: .............. 1: Lv..Pensacola..Ar- IOiiO ...... ......j J Illj .

S electric light, gas, bath phone and all Co Phone No. 334. l8apr.S steel mill for little more than will cost 5:2.S. 7:13. ..&hemla............ ...... ...... ...... '1":>> "

S S mark modern, 122 conveniences.West Chase.Mrs.Phone H.. H.11(3.Soctlw Hall. WANTED-At once, a four or five-room corner of Strong and DeVil-' to will fix your give old you one.price Drop delivered me a to card Pensa-andI : 5:22.;:..:::::: :::::.: :.:::1.5 ::::::::::: ;j Point..::::::::::... : .::::::.::::,jW

cottage. Must be close in and in good Hers Sts., renting for $13 a J. W. Bullock Jr. cola or other points. F. M. Williams C : .......;.... 7:11 .. .........Escambia............ ..108.. '. ; ..
_ _ _ _ neighborhood. Address 123 Care JournaL .Si contractor and builder city office SOS S S:40 ...... ...... .. 15. ..............Yulat............. .- .. .-10.4:

S FOR front RENT rooma-One: southern cr two newly exposure furnlsuej; with 25sept month. 1 I Real. Estate and Mortgage Loans Thiesen Building. lOoctlw : 557.:; ...:::::: :::::: .1i; .; .:.;:::::.Gait... ag Y:::::.:::::: :::.:.:::: :::: : .:18.32

S privilege of phone, Vo. 125S. Location R. R. CBTTTENDEN wishe to communicate Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling 6:03.. ..... ..... 1:39 ..............Mllton............. .10:05 10:14
; desirable and near business:: renter 422 with his brother. F. M. CrIt. $3000.00. 'I I ._ S excellent location near ice factory; C:35...... .... ....... ...........Good Range........... .. 9:41:
S W. Gregory. 21aeptlm tenden who was last heard of In Florida Box 173. Phone '637 good trade large lot, good water reason- 7:93............ 8:15 ..............Hol................ ... .. 9:11: t
about 5 years ago. Any one having S 1:26...... ..... 8:30 ............ .. t
for Artistic and able terms at Marianna Fla. AddressW. .YUllran. .. ....... 9:12...... ...... 8:5: %
S FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real. newly heard of :Mr. Crittenden would do a favor an up-to-date E. Taylor. Chipley Fla. octlm 7:40...... ..;... ............Crestvlew............ .9:04.. ..... ........ 8n
clean furnished rooms suitable' for by addressing' Mr. R. R. Crittenden at)t 6-room and hall with i I S 1:09............ 8:5i. ...........Deer LAnd........... ....... ...... 8::3
light bovsekeepJag on the MIL Location Building No. 47. U. S. Navy Yard. cottage, FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply S 1:33 ...... ......' 9:10: ...........Mossy Head.......... 8:3S.............. '; 4t )
high and healthy. Close to car line. ISseptlm all modern conveniences FOR SALE. I to The Lewis Bear Co. 6oct 9:11...... ..... 9S5. -.........DeFunlak Spring........ .. 1:13............... ': 1 ).
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. on I I ... : 5:30....... ...... 9:44.. .............Argyle............. 7:4.1...... ........1:41:
Strong. Phone WANTED-Light delivery wagon. Ad ------ -- ------ ...... ...... ... .
1211. 9:62. 1:51 .
lOaug West Chase AUTOMOBILE or trade: nearly ..Ponce DeLeon......... '
-' dress J. E. I suitable for freight new and In good condition, win sell or 10:1%. 10:10 .Westvtlle............ : .. .
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent I I passengers or towing.'Length 66 feet, 1 trade fr a good horse. Address J. C. let2............... 10:15 ... ........Caryrllle............ 7:29.:0. :
with or without board. Transients so: TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor.: beam 18 feet, draught 4-feet. tonnage 29' Brashears. Milton, Fla. 6octlm 10:..S1............. 10:30. ..............Bonitay............. !
S licited. Phone, gas and bath. No. 3. I Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired tons .net, power twa..-%5>>.horse-power 11:1% ..............10:47 .............Chlpley............. .. 6:37.. ............ 4..!
Palafox. 13septlm on short notice. No- 11% West) Murray & Trecurtba'gasfJen. Laucn-: FOR SALE-Wind mill and 2 119 :............ 108 ...... ..Ayeock.... .... .1: 7 .............. .4:3'
I Government St.. Pensacola Fla. ed December. 1905. _\V\li\ deliver any. sen cheap if sold at tanks. Will 11:43.! .... ...... 11:07: ...........Cottondale........... 6:18............... ...t4
Money to loan at lowest market rate t where in state for $5,600J.> .'1L Rowley Mrs. Glngles. Cor 10th once. Apply to 1:1 ..... ...... 11:%$. ...:MarJanna............ 6:00 ...... ...... S511:45
S .WANTED R. Bingham wants of interest. West Palm *ach. ,Fla. :\$ 7oct2wSECONC1IAND street: avenue and 14th : ..... ...... ..Cyprf'ss.' ............ 5:38: ....... ...... 1'1:,
MISCELLANEOUS.TAURANCB [ moving and hauling. He guarantees your I Mortgages on real estate In this city S 6octlw .12:55........ ........ : %.. ..........Grand :rUdge.......... .. 3'1);
all breakage. ,Phone 630. bought and sold. : SAFE for sale used FOR SALE-FIne wen 1:1 3' ............. : ............. .' ::n
All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" only one year. Address. P.,O Box 492. Rock Cockerels March grown and Barred 1:3 !..... ....... 12:15 .......Rlver Junction......... .5:32..0. :::31))
& ADAIR. Livery De- street now for sale. W-, S.. Hooton 12 E. April .. .
Funlak; single or double teams, night WANTED;-floats Carriages built repaired to order and; horse repainted Intendencia. Toct hatches.breeders, Jl$1.00.00 to each.$..00'; hens MI'@. last Lizzie year's B. 10:10.AM .... ........P11 7:40. Ar, ..Tackson\-t11e..., Lv .._ PJI 4:1)0:

or day new rigs good service, FOR SALE CHEAP Alipost
polite shoeing a specialty. J. O. Welsh Carriage new Mehlen Hughes, Chipley: Fla.
driven. Give us a trkU. ..hone 59. Co.WANTEDThe. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood 27septlm Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 1 carry through sleeping car between Pensa-
: Soctlm case.' A bargain. Pjarjo can be seen FOR SALE 10,000 cola and Jacksonville via River Junction andSeatoarciAlr Line.'Trains .
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S DRAWINGS all kinds Merchants Transfer Co.; Fisher ReaFEstate.geny r by calling at the Kandy. Kitchen. 3oct. land, 12,500 saw mill acres timber round and timber saw stop on'signal._ _
; Hull Engine
wants your moving: and hauling. All] mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Sev.
S Patent Offlc. machine and
misc. made breakage guaranteed T. B. Therein, FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture eral good farms and town properties.

S S. at eiope4 reasonable*. Sail rates.boats Pa.tentable launches. ideac Address de- Proprietor. Phon3 978. COLLECTION OF RENTS A Address business Box J25 at, CIty.lIt Intendencia r" 2oct St. Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley Pta.S ..., MONEY' TO LOAN. GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.

S W. C. McGowan> Pensacola, Fla.. Sseptlm : SPECIALTY. 23sept CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE
A.\"TED-All kinds of electrical work
FOR SALE-Several tracts virgin pine PANAMA: CANAL EDITION of MONET LOANED on real estate and
I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand The
I. S :MATTRESSES furnished if RENOVATED desired. Guaranteed.-New tick other electrical supplies. When you Phone 87. 206 S. Palsfox SL timber. ,Turpentine places and sawmills Journal magnificently illustrated personal property en Ion notice. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta,
in operation. Also
-exceUent tractsof magazine, containing scores of view Terms easy. JW.., B % South
taken and need me ring 345 or 965. E. W. Peake of
Carpet up malting laid. Leave
Turner
stumpage. & Aymard. Real the city and harbor. For sale Palafox St. Phone 1144. Ga.-
New Star Laundry Bid. E. Garden. it all
orders at Watson Parker & Reese Co.'s. Estate Agents Box 11,. DeFunUk book stores or at The Journal office. By
S sept?. WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions HOTELS. Springs. F a.. 20July mail, 20 cents. tlsept I CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight ROUTE YOUR FREIGHTto
F. J. WHITE A CO.-Artesian well drillers wanted. If out of town, ship I per cent. If you have any that you
S: for saw mills and turpentine stills them to u!': if in town ring us up at No. FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam 25c PURCHASES the receipt for the fin want interest .on. see me about It. It
S Fpcially. and Gracevllle, I I IS Eli or bring them to u* at corner of I engine.' steam drying room. mould*, est of cosmetics. Box 336 City. will be .absolutely safe OB real estate Southwest Georgia and West

Fla. Prepared to Putll1 from 4 to 12 Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mellen & BROWN HOUSE-D*:FunlaK Springs I I and business everything, together complete with the for finest carrying bed on t Ilseptlrno' I security. Leslie E-:. Brooks. Phone 462. Florida.VI'
of .
diameter and from XX)
Inches to 1600
CO. %
: feet :lJUly r:
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depth satisfaction: guaranteed. 12,>ne,5m Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals; pottery clay in Escambia county. Located FOR. SALE:-A barroom and all tlxtUr S; MONKT TO LOAN-Everybody borrows
free bath and sample rooms. Special I II right in the city. Apply. to -or address pool and billiard tables, etc. In a fine money from Jno.. A. Hall & Co., 141,
S attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 p R.- P. Reese. location. At a I E. Government St. When In Steamer Lines
NOTICE-Having Installed machines for day. J. R. Brown. Prop. I UseptfFOR bargain if sold at once. need call Carrabelle,
the manufacture of galvanised iron LOST. per Address box 103,.City. 23.ept on us. S
cornice, skylights cornice gutter, circular : SOUTHERN I SALE-Good. mowing machine. Sit. Fla.and.
mouldings etc; I am ROW prepared to '5 HOTEL and-Open all the out; one ten ft. self dump all steel FOR SALE-Four good schooners, suit 'MONET LOANED on an .kinds of personal -
S do sheet metal work of all kinds on short year. American European plan. hay rake; one 2-section all steel harrow; able for lake, sound and river. Address property on short notice. Terms
notice. Satisfaction assured Estimates LOST. and STRAYED black OR hound STOLEN'Onewhite dog Special respect.summer Pleasant rates. First-class and conven In. two hot blast heating stoves, burn coal "M." care Journal. 21aug easy. J. B. .Gray: & Co..' 2 W. Romana. GA., FLA. & ALA. RY.
spotted ; one every
l cheerfully given on work in or outside the L. i Or wood; one tank force pump capacity Phone 1185. Ifeb I IUNLI1UTED Low
'S red half-hound dog. Last seen September ient. Mrs. T.. Bowen ProP.. Pensacola..Fl rates quick service to Tallahassee
'I FOR SALE
-Nice home
city. Cha B. Vetter 18 W. Iniendencii. 30, three miles north of Holly. Liberal &. Uapr I 1 bbU per minute; Aermotor wind mill; chicken farm. Enquire good location for amount of money to loan I and Quincy, F\\*-, Balnbridge Arling!
Phone 698. Jomaylm reward for Information leading to one twenty-inch foot power' tinner's 1912 West Jackson St. Chas. Lorange, on all kinds of personal property. Sp.- ton and Cuthbert, Ga.
S recovery. Address Newsom Harwell, Hoi' BAY HOTEL-Open right and day. Eu,S shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; l00ctl6t cial rates to business men on large For Rates and Information write to
3. H. PORTER BaD maker. 716 South ly. Fla-, or M. W. Marshall. Pensacola ropean plan. Rooms light' and clean. I double barrel hammerless shot gun; J'a loans. The New York Loan 'Co, 204* J. H.
Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Fla. lloctlw* Transient trade solicited. 675-579 South lib repeatIng rifle 32-'calbre. O. E. Bard. South Palafex. McWILLIAMS, .
awnings, camp stools and house oats Palafox. Jos. S Nlcolao. Prop. [!har. Bluff' Springs, Fla.: 26 Sept 1m BARBER SHOPS. O .F. a. P. A-. Balnbridge Ca.EVANSVILLE.
: etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan .. THOS PEBLET-Real Estate and Loans.
LOST-Between Southern Hotel and the I
I VE ,,"ON-Rates J2.00 :. SALE Uy-stalrs corner. Palafox. and Romana
Union depot. on Garden or HOTEL per day. FOR -One dwelling 202 East MILTON-when L
SHIP CHANBLERS-McKInale Oertingft Pa1afoi Special rate by week.S tal atten I Church if visiting here have Tony Sts. IXseptlm
street at
street ; bought
wholesale and retail one %Kant diamond: ring. once can tonsorial w.rk done by Ira Mimi, W1l1-
Co.. ship chandlers reward for return to Cashier Southern tion to traveling m-n. Free sample I be had cheap. C. L. McVoy, ing street opposite jail.
I I cotleIY Clothes
S and grocers.Fair Only prices first-class houseS Express company. lloctlw* room. Mrs.J. P. Mauldin. Prop., Vernon- .I batcher shep.. Intendencia and hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient stud &
kind la city. to all. S -
Barcelona.
Fla
ZJaug to hotels. Phone 63.; Bang NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS..

CARRIAGES: repaired ar"* repainted. .STRAYED from premiss a small curly -- As all kicks registered In this of .
: Floats built to order. Horse shoeing whtte" poodle. Answers to name of fice for failure of delivery; Of the
J. W. Welsh Carriage "Tnffy. Return, for:reward, to 27 East TERREHAUTERAILROAD
a specialty. Com Gregory.street Soctlw paper are charged up to the carriers

pany. _- __ _27feb it is desirous that subscribers' be (

/ ){ TJPHOLSTERINO Minn. Proprietor. Furniture SHOP-Willie repairing WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. quite certain that the paper ia$ not

of an kinds carpets laid, furniture I EDUCATIONAL.EXPERT been delivered. before registering' such
packed for shipping. Phone 63. .. kick. THE DIRECT LINE: TO
-- --- Send it tQ The Journal office
S Next to Tampa landing. %!april day or nig t. When you need help, have anything At times complaints comes S in from

MATTRESSES Mattresses made AND to order FURNITURE; old ones pupils. STENOGRAPHER.Day or night lessons desires; terms few to. sell rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the houses has at been which delivered, we are .and certain the CHICAGOand
this
New ticks furnished. reasonable; easy system. Address E. E. paper !s
Second
'S 5 renovated.hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering H. Care Harris Pharmacy. 12oct3t work. obviously unjust to the boys. If you

and repairing done. 114 E. MRS. lOLA BARTON S : do not get the paper we want to knowit I all points in the
MASON will
Belmont St.. city' Phone TJLfg. Davis school of open ; but please be certain. -
Shorthand .
a and Typewriting. ,
; ,; Co., C. T. Paris. Mgr. October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- North and Northwest.

H.: ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet caniz or Typewriter Exchange, 313 SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES II
t
Iron Worker: cornice work and sky Brent building' 2octlm
Editorial Rooms. .. ... .. _
lights a specialty; roeflng, guttering and 31
I repairing.. 815 South Falafox SL Phom1S16. MISS GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate of .. Business' O1Ilce.. .. .. h ..1500' Exceptionally: Low Round
Uunelm Knox College Illinois, and Ferris ; .
', : To communicate with The Journaldaring
Kindergarten -College MicJu will opena ..- Rates all Summer
5- Kindergarten. Primary School. October the daytime use the business Trip to

1; at her home 212 West Gregory .; .. 5' 5 S ,, S ... ; t.: ..: SS office phone. .No.- 1600. To oommtmi-, Touris Points.
FOR RENT. street. Terms {3.00 5
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per month. .
25seplm"PRIVATE '
: .. cate with :The Journal at night use
,
f SCHOOL-Miss Belle Whiting < '. the editorial phcae.: No_ :L
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will open her private school at No. 5- D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers.G. .
FOR RENT-Elegant Z-story modern cot p 521 N. Spring street. October 1. Tuition I P. & T. A. .. General Agent

"Walker tags Ingraham.:31S West 37 Belmont.East Garden.Apply street.to ,t tI i illoct 13.00 t.per month. IJseptlm I S S :!. .:' f' > .5 ; : : :> Legal Advertisements. i Evansville. Ind. Nashville. Tenn.JNO .


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& RENT Som .; :. ,-. S S ADMINISTRATOR'S .NOTICE.
FOR nice East
Stores on .
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FOUND. : -' Notice Is hereby given to creditors CREW NOTICE.
Government street; cheap rent. The I I ; .
distributees Owners
Real Estate \ legatees and all other per- Neither the Captain
Fisher Agency. Duly .
sons having of the B ru--I
'.- claims demands against nor Consignee
,FOtn"DPalroldrimmed -
spectacles .
on '. the estate of William wU "
FOR RENT-A, R. Dln ham has storage Palafox street last week. Owner I : Barry deceaawj/to a steamship Mminster!
}I i can '
for rent, Rates-The rate on a want ad the above is"25cents present the same to the unde1'8f6n responsible for debts concteu
I room suitable for furniture, redeem property by calling on S. A.Friedman's filling space first insertioniand within ODe (I) yee. the Crew of sailvrssi.
1".hJJ !
Gate. oy
etheroods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona saloon' Cor. Palafox .B9pD. -
r I and Zar- .. '
street. Phone 639. I I 5 cents a day for each additional .4Ma .,fiseptoagw. S CAPT. ptINB.rE.tITT
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racossa. : consecutive Send'cash ministrator. :
with'the Captain.
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StearnahtjJB. T. G. YATES M. D. t.. .,

i August Belmont, EsClarke, Cultivates and Encourages -'. ,',
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I I 2967.Transit Newcastle Ob.AztalnlBter.. on. Tine to Gulf Optician. -it:.. I.;' 4-

Bf M, Splat, 1231, Havana 306 Thiesen Building. .: ; I'

It represents the finest possible to master.. Thrifty Habits : .!. ,

Belle 161, FrencSx'ss, LeBarre. ,; ; ,; ;t
concentration of food products in 1354. Cotte to MX Transit Co. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. t t .,

Benedict. Sr af,' Roberts 176S, Nrr -0 AUSFIELD & BLOUNT ; I 11 r :f

I the form of a temperance'drink. 'S'Kingston Degama,to Br S.ss P., Keene hotter, 2245 Co. New And all successful people have such habits. Architects ,, t.4

i I Recent researches in the realm of food Orleans E. O. to Saltma.rSh.J3r A. A.Brown &;"s.Co.Rogers, Do you wish to ,become successful in life? '.. 312-314 Brent, Fla.Bid.a-, Montgomery 43 Moses BldgPensacola A a.- ; .-i t j 1";


I u1 ::4. } chemistry and} physiology have resulted in .2319, Tampa to Golf Transit! Oo. You can do no better than follow in the WM. A. BORMANS, t b S

declaration. by chemical scientists that ; Ibex order.Br. 'ss., Rinks-- 172$.S Hamburgto : : j footsteps pf all of them-open a bank ac- Architect and Superintendent ;

1 : beer should be regarded as a liquid bread. I Ida, Aust SB, Hraglteh 2093, New count. It at once gives prestige and j? Office-305 Brent BalMtng 5'- ,. ",

alcohol contained is declared I Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. in the communit Pensacola Fla. )" 'f.
i p The small amount of 1. standing '.
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.. Kirkst&U., Br asi Hinde Colon to -5 __ ;
I p; I just enough to insure digestion and assimilation, muter. HICKS'CAPUDHIE

iI J ..-. not enough to intoxicate. Tapton, Br s. Tratters, 2300, Montevideo -' !I (1-'

.. Gent beer therefore is a real food-drink, full of the to maatenTugela. Mkf
and .. Br. ss. Nlcholl. 2141 Cardiff kanD2cun3 (
-3 nutrition, refreshment tonic properties demanded to
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I !;i I restore the waste of the human' system. ,. to H. Burs & Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK HEADACHES S.
Vldar Nor ss, Aruesen 1084. Sugua
K I -4 Send in your' order for;the home, and call ii1'!. la Grande to Hyer Bros. frat> CO IDS ::1i ,

I far Cerst beer atatt resorts. V* Shlpa.Avantl OF PENSACOLA FLA. S ..ate lJ ..... : ,
w........ J&tai San
i I Nor ship, Anderson, 1841London -

i : ; :; The Wm. Cerst Brewing Co. to order. rr- Designated Depositary of the United State*. .

Ferrelra Port snip, Barros, 6Of, Lte-
I Nashville, Tenn.x" .
boo to master.
Rio W. H. Knowles. President. W. K. Hyer, Jr., VIce-PresMent and Cashier SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA .
4. PETERBELL Wholesale Dealer. > Canada, Br. ship Spurr. 2237. Thos.' W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberta, Ass't Cashier.
Janeiro to Pttch Pine! Lumber Co.
Director*-F. C. Brent. W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowleo. W. K. Hyer.Jr.. LODGE NO. 3.
Ingrid. Nor. ship. Dannell, 120, t>. O. Brent. FeosacoU Lejge. l'io. a, K.of P.
Antwerp to }{cK. Carting it Co. meets every Monday evening at T:Jo'clock
. at their temporary Castle Hall
. Lena. It&i rtilp. Tassafa. 1581 Loo- over Pou's' stable West latendeficla St. -
doa to order. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
: H. DENNARD c. C. .
Bark HORSuBi.
. _H._ K. et B. & S. I
. Afredo ,TJrnenayan bk. Maragas S
.. age plant.Merchants'. 987. Montevideo to H .H. Thornton. Co W. LAMAR PruI4st. WHS rTEIFFER AssIstant Casllll1. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
. M.E.CUIK.YiCt-rrMidwt and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS. Assistant Cuhisfc! Meetings of the
Mill-Dry KIln. AKhitt Swed bk Sveuwa, U32
... INDUSTRIES 0 OF f Oklahoma. Durban to master. are Knights held of at their Columbus haD. ;1, .

JV'f1Rrp Custer-$25,000 mining company.El Andrea Nor' bk, Qnal. 11., Durban THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK No.eta 8 West Intenden- .;
master.. street oa every
Reno washer to
-$35,000 company. f> Monday evening at 7:39>> '
Guthrle-$1,000,000 aerial navigation Avon Ital. bk, Av gno. 147T Genoato O'clOCJt..An .tnvtu. '. -
company; $500,000 mining company master. OF PtNSACOLA. '54. tion Is extended t.
.
SOUTHERN ; $2,000,000 manufacturing com Campbell Nor tk. Hausken. 1100. Opera House Building. : visiting,JOhN Knights B. JONE3L t S S

pany. Stavanger. to McK. OerUng ft Co. 3. S. LEONARD Grand Knight : I
Tecumseh-Water works. Chacma Nor_ 'bk, Jorgensen, 557. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Recorder. iS; '

I Pond Creek-$25,000 lumber' com Fleetwood to order.
!
1.I. pany. Hereford Nr bk. Jensen, 1380 CAPITAL STOCK, $200,006. SURPLUS $60.000. DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. i -
Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughter of
' STATES Oklahoma City-$1,000,000 advertisIng Rosarlo to order. DIRECTORS. Rebecca, meets every Monday night at 'f -
.
1I company. S Helmdal Nor.. bk, Hansen, 1554 S o'clock In L O. O. F. halL Visiting ,;'

1 Norman-$100,000 mining company. Hull to order.Humberto Henry 1.. Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner. slaters cordially MRS J invited T. PULLIAM.to be present N. O. '. 't :

1. South Carolina. Span. bk., 1111 Battle J. M. Melffer. W. 5, Rosasco, C. W. Lamer MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec. \\1

.. Colombia-$25,000 oil mill and refine Havana to order. Bryan Dunwody. ;" '*b T. F. McSourin: J. R. Saunders ;I
New Corporations Formed Isabel Browne. Rug bk Llndqulst, A. M. Avery, ?' **> W. H. Milton, 0. E. Mannw. .-. RATH BONE LODGE NO.' 30. ,
No.
Rathbona JO. Knights of .
Lodge.
ery.Honea Path-Creamery. 1231 Hull to muter. L- C.wthon V' Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie: Oertlng Pythias meets every Thursday night at '

Cheraw-$10.000 lumber King Oscar H, Nor bk Johnson Alex "McGowtn, C. M. Cevlngton M. E. Clark. Castle Hall Members of sister lodges .' t -
Week. company; Zelius. and visiting brethren cordially Invited, ; '
'in Dixie During 752 Rosarlo to A.
S $25,000 building and loan company. Lila Nor It. .Aanonsen 1030, Santos Safely (clean tGxea fer rent at|ILCO JUS vA ftoo the yur. Itinto apartment to attend. ,J. M. KOPEK C. C. -
,
M RKET REPORT '
11 Charleston-$30.000 coal and timber C. J. LEVEY.. K R. & S. (
S
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,. to order. in ceanection: for the convenience*f customers.
II J-:st Past. company; $20,000 car company. Lluis, Uruguayan bk, Lopez 700 M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first end '
Tennessee.Chattanooga$100,000. Four Interest Paid Time Deposits 7:30 'J .
Havana to order. percent on third Wednesday evenings at p. nu
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No. West IntendencU S S
land Rafford Hall 10.
NAVAL STORES. Chattanooga Tenn., Oct. 11.-The com Maria, Gr bk' French 1022' Kings street A. O. FELL Pres. : S ,4

I !=:Savannah Oa. Oct. 10.-The naval Tradesman's weekly review of Southern pany. Lynn to master, : J. L. SWEENET, iSecy. :I.j. ,.'
stores market closed today as follows i' Knoxvllle-Mining company. 5-
shows the Negpore Nor: bk GJerdsen, 1128 ;
", \V ...............................5 90 Industrial progress I Nashville-$8,000 Insular pin fac East London to'A. Zellus. ...... ...................................... .......: PENSACOLALODGENO.4l.Q.O.F. t '
\\Q ................................5 70 principal new Industries established tory. Pensacola Lodge No. C t O. O. F.. i'1 v" .
Noach VI Swed bk Burgfeldt.- 1260. meets Thursday evening at 7 SO I' ,
S every ;
\ .5 50 South during the week ending .
:il ::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::.5 00 in the fair index of the great Sweetwater .Water works. Port Natal 'to ord r..', .a: 'l at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen.. \ :
Is ,
i'o ................................... 75 to-day, and a Texas.HoustonSSOOOO I Olivari Ital kCosta Genoa to or streets. Visiting brethren cordially In. 'f ( j
1 ..,.............................. 50 forward movement In which this section : Deposit in a savings bank at 4 1 vited. B. R. WITKOVSKT. N. O. r i .1! _
If ..h............................. 45 is playing such .conspicuous development company der. hnJr:' your money A. KERLE.. Secretary ;. ;1.
.440 ; $10.000 development com pant."BurkeYiIl Superb Not bTr. TJllch, 1934. Antwerp when the Pensacola Home and Savings Ii .t,
F(7 : : ::::.::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::.435 part. It will be noticed('from a study -=-$20OOO.telepbone' sys. to A...Zetfds & Co. per cent., U f E j' : -

Fl _u, .................................425g of the accompanying list for the week, : StfKeoners.Donna .' Association, will issue you paid-up stock Live Oak Camp w.otw.No. 1, W. O. W., "I ,. "t;' .
415
I .::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::::::.4 03 that all, and lines that of the Industry new InvestmentIn are represented tern.Emory-$10,000 land company. Christina Am sch McLeod' bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay meets Wednesdays in Pyttlaa In each baa month.the 1st and VlslUngsivereigns 3rd ,r ;; a

Spirits turpentine', cents. South Is most conspicuous Tezarkana-$50,000 light and, power 165. Belize to 'roaster. cordially Invited. S.
the able
PENSACOLA COTTON.The lines of exploiting the vast plant; $ .00O lumber company. Domlra. Br ach.. Reddle. 2001. St semi-annually. : F. A. BOOHICH. c. C.LESLIE .
along the H. G. DeSILVA. A. GREENHUT. J. S. Reel. R. M. CARY. E. BROOKS. Qerk. j ,
] Bronte$10,000 development, company Lucie to master.
following Feimcoln quotations are natural resources of the various i VlcePretldent.Treasurer.. .
President.: Secretary. ._ _ _
& Co. fae. Freddie Heucken, Am sch Bryant I
furnished by. J. P. Connor
week's'list are found ;
states. In this Directors-H. G. DeSllva A. Green hut, Knowles Her, A. V.
:.i Good tors ard!BJdln! importers! !r .....................109-16 such new enterprises as lumber and Gordon-$10.000 lumber company.- 475. Havan, |its master. : Clubbs C. H. Dorr, O. E. Maura. Sol Cahn. i PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY ;! J
MrlofMJddlics; ....................19 7lII companies coal mining and Qranbury-$5,000 warhouse company HJatoar]: Am t sch, AzRlsftn, 55, Tampa -. 43 South Pa fOx. j .
1 ddlai ... .._.. ..;................10 iii-IS building and S to order*'**' S S t : f\ &
mills
) btrict low middlirg ..............10 148 furnace companies cotton (lreyIe-$4, warehouse com !. ........ ........................................... -. ot- l
gins electric light and telephone companies .*' ESCAMBIA LODGE NO. 15, F. A A. M. :
oJ Real Estate Transfers. : warehouse companies Ice factories pany. 'Jl": Regular :communication of Es- Summe Week Day Schedule-Steam : il i' ,
Gonzalez-Ice and cold storage camBla Loire No. 15. F & A. .j' ''I
1 water works power plants Train and Electric Car Schedule, : ; f.
.' Following 5s a list of the real estate hardware companies,.coal companies plant c In M?.. will. October be held 15th.Monday at even-7:30 City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Effective June 19,180ft. I '4 r
Henrietta-Warehouse
)
transfers reccrdE'desterday furnished by contracting and construction companies company. o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND BIQ 1 '
5 the I'cnsacola Abstract Co.: etc. A careful perusal of the Lone Qak-Warehouse company. invited C. D. BEYER. Denomination $1.01)0.00 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January I4 L
DEEDS.
; T. J D \idson to B. A. Jones-Comendng list will prove of Interest any who Dallas-$10,000 lumber .company; W. O. DAILET Secretary. W. M. let 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, 1026. Interest Payable Semi Annually. BAYOU. S t: .

.J I,, at a stake nt the southwest cor- especially concerned In regard to $ OOO9 .land company. WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, IN Lv. PenMcola.. Lv. Big Bayou. f'S\
) nir o( Lot 8. Sec. 27, Tp 1 N, R 31 \V. are BrncevilleWa rouse company. .. a.m. 9:00 p.m. <23 a.m 10.$0 p-m. l
who AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
? .
1 the growth of,the South and are NOTICE.S 11.39>> I t
'bence running north 220 yards thence a.m. 19:00 p m. 7.20: a-m. p.m. t :
3 S aI: 220:! >ard"! thence south 220 yards looking for evidence upon which to San Antonio-$250,000 flouring mill; Tenders 'are.;:oskecl for the dischargeand S a.m. 1J.OO p.m.. f:<0 am.t S S t
,!} i ,'nc* west 220 yards. to place of begin- pin their faith: The Tradesman's list developm company. custody Of the cargo, BOW on board 9 a-m. SO .. i I 4
f
) II I n:;. 10 a're$25.00.Ii Is as follows: Amarino-$150,000 hardware company the Swedish bark "AlffilldV stranded in The Peoples Bank of Pensacola 10 ..m. U'O: ..10. 0# r, I"; .
D. Becgs! to W. T. Tracy-Lots 3. 4 for the week the bay of Pc&sacok near Musoogee 11 a-m. 11:SO a-m. 1
*nJ ;5;, block 211. New City Tract-$100-00i' Alabama. ; $10,000( laundry. wharf. The discharge to be done at the 12 noon 11:30 p.m. I f .
,) ,,, other valuable considerations. Tallassee-Lumber company. Wichita Falls-Construction com rate of sot less than forty thousand superficial i- Pensacola/. J P.>n. I I-i:: 1;$0 pan.S.tO ... 'I :
<"_ L. Wood and D. V :Stephenson:; to F. wo-ks pany. .' feet per weather working day.Parties ,; S j p.m. : : p.m. r q .. i I
brick
.I II 'liffe-Lots 6 to 10 inclusive block Birmingham-$50.000 : N contractingwill bave to furnish 3pm. ..;. S:JO p.m. I !' ; r
. :". Sew City Tract-$1.00.and other con- Scott's Station-$6,000 gin and mill Canyon-$50,000 hardware company bond and wlir be responsible\ for the Car -=------ S S 3:30: p.m. 4.','.: 4:00 p.m. .. I :. !-.;-
, .,Icrations.ttm. I Fort Worth-$100,000 building and go, whUe out of.hIp.. Tenders also 4 p.m. 4:10 p-m. .. t. f. !
B. Runyan and C. R. Burgoyne toM company. ._ _U' loan company. wanted for event rtJeadlnr of the earro. 4:10: p.m. > (.W p.m. J 55 ,it .' S
S : I Kuester-Lots 20 and 21, block 118. Woodlawn-?25,000 lumber c om- after repair ef the veeseL: Bkjj" to be L. HILTON GREEN President T. E WELLES. Vlce-Presldent. 1:00 p.m. ,'. t:25 p.m. .- .., : .
) w City Tract-$110.00tto pany. Virginia. opened Safurdar, the llth of October at B. M. BUSHNELL. Cashier. MANSFIELD MORENO Asst Cashier. S 35 p.m. 1:00 pm t f
) S 1-::. White to I). Corinne-Part of Ragland-$10,000 construction com Roanoke-$20,000/ contracting com 10 o'clock in the morning, at the office (:00 p.m. 1:30: p.m. ... >.
'
S K. known as the Tan Yard Lot. said pany. of the vice-consul of Sweden, Mr. C McKenzie aso pm. 7;00 pm. w. t r ;
S 54 feet west : CITIZENS NATIONAL BANKof 700 7:SO ;
.rtion containing running pany. OerUng, and Master reserves the pm. p.m .
t.
mllL
S 'tli Intendencia street from the east Arkansas. Ablngdon-$15,000 flouring right to reject any or all bids. 7.35 pm. 6:00: p.m. ", ., ", f
rner also piece lying between said Little: Rock-'$150.000 building and Suffolk-$50,000 development com CAPT S. BENGTSSOJC Pensacola. Florida.DIRECTORs. I:oo p.m. t:39 p.m ,i ;
stern portion and being 54 feet on In- -' "" Master of the Swed. Bark 'A1thI1L"PROPOSALS Saturday only. I I .
miCTuU street by 240 feet in depthi0o.00. loan company; $200,000 building and pany. S 1. :-
% loan company: oil company. Edinburg-$17,000 water works. Qee. W. Wright. Morris Bear. T. E. Welles Rlx M. Robinson 1.. Hilton Green.A BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND FORt t tt ,

Dnerllle-Electric light plant Rtcbmond$60OOO'machine: works.. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. BARRANCAS. i i
A GIRL'S GIRL. Aleandria-$500.000 manufacturing .Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Fort Birrancas < "
Dardanelle $300,000 coal'mining
f 7:15: a-m. t:00 a.m. t
'- company.' company. >:SO a.m. 11a.m. j.; So
Wben Ten Sleet Oue Make Her T WCompanion Helena-"Wagon material factory; Luray-$5,000 telephone system. 11:00: a.m.. 12:16 p.m. 4 I '
12:SO p.m. 2.00 p.m. t <
..d Frlemd. Big Stone Gap-$50.000 lumber com \
factory.
woodenware 3:SO p-m. 110 pm. S
Whenever you hear a girl called s Prairie Grove-$6,000 telephone sys pany. (:SO p.m.: 7-00 p.m.: l

"g\-\'a\ girl" try to know her. If you tem. S West Virginia. For Discharge .and Custodyof SID': pmSaturday- ODI,.. I 00 p.m. .. S

(do! net do already.: She is sure to be Mineral Springs-$40.000 'warch 3e Farkersburg-$5,000 concrete block Steam train leaving Pensacola at 7:K ; -..;
; factory; $43,000 manufacturing : the of Italian a. m, will step tttwwn Peosaeola an4 ; r
!iCQ! l la t&e lx>st SJDSB of tie word. lan'ae company. com Cargo I EEOE3iIST1A
pany. Big Bayou only to take on passengers for
cases out of ten you will find her Florida. S points beyond Big Bayou. Stem train '
rue and sympathetic, always ready to Lake City-Knitting milL Fairmont-$20,000 tool factory. Bark "OlivarL"Sealed leaving fort Barrancas at C:10 p. m., ; I .
St. Petersburg-$500.000 buildingand Welch-$10,000 laundry. will top between Big Bayou and Pensa .
listen to tnfu'1tI1CU! and, above'all., Elklns-$50,000 construction cola only to put off passengers from :
loan com Him.ke
such. She Is al- company. yond Big Bayou Other steam trains
ready to keep them as
Georgia. pany. ARE AGAIN HERE. iI' all stops. Each electric car make ,
*-avs: doing a kind! act for some one. Athens-Bottling works. Hinton-$10,000 curtain company. bids will be received at the all stops. S S :
and. though for herself comes nowhere SistersYllle- oil A The above schedule and regulations; A-Lo
$50,000
Atlanta-Shoe factory. and gas office. of the Italian Consul at this port subject to change without notice. I
b her calculations. Such a girl is always Cedartown -Cotton milL company. S up to noon Friday the 12th Instant for Local FreIght Regulations. 'it''
until October 31st the :
popular "tth her friends! and you Indian Territory. Charleston-$150,000 coal compa y.Pawaahop' discharging the entire cargo, It necessary TO.DAY'and every day MISSOURIPACIFIC Freight chipped by ths 711 a. m. ,
RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will received for polnubeyond :
sell only :
train will be
*M bear golden opinions of her:on all SapulpA-Electric' ligHt plant of 560,000 superficial feet of South will .
OREGON Big .
Colonist Tickets to CALIFORNIA and NORTH.
cheap 1fru-Tl'd: DOlnbJ: : '
s1dps.' There may be nothing speciallybojt Kentucky. Sales. American. lumber. Of the Italian bark WEST. S solved later m. .
i Henderson-$100,000 buggy factory. "Don't'Imartne.," says an auctioneer. plivarV to store the lumber on a safe Week Day trains leaving Pwaacola not j
her to attract notice; It seems to Choice/ Of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through 8AINT later than 3.60 p. nu. carry freight for t ,"
Somerset-$15.000 lumber company. "that you can get any real bargains at and coavenlentplaee: protected from the freight! wUl Dot be ,\
be Just la individual charm, in her LOUIS KANSAS CITY. SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE any point. but received :
S Louisiana. a pawnshop !sale. The pawnbroker e"' end weather damage as far as pos- later than 20 minutes before scheduled 4!:.
otur that stamps her "with this en- CITY. The others via MEMPHIS and EL PASO.TEXAs.Liberal ;
New Orleans-$750,000 metal bed knows Just what people think abort 611l.e. l.oldth. entire cargo free of expense departure of trains. The S.OO a. ra. :': i
.ting chart cterlstic. She!: Is generally manufacturing to Ka tet'. Owners or Underwriters stopovers of five days on California Tickets and ten Sunday train may carry light perishable '<{, '.
factory: $ OQOO corn.rany his stock, of them learn- circumstances by
many: baring freight under some special "j
fsnk and honest In expressing an opln'on $150.000 saw mill. until cargo Is reloaded or otherwise disposed days on Northwest Tickets.No penniaclOD. Electric car win notcarry ;,
; ed from experience that h. will
and her frIeonds'm 1 be sure it la '\\1nnfietd-$25.000 warehouse com- pay of. for a period not to exceed 90 changes.) Through Tourist Sleeping Cars every day.HOMESEEKERS' freight or packages of any d.- t ..
a tennlne one. See Is at once unaffecNv next to nothing on the best quality of days. Contractor has prefernee,. should scrtpfon! except nadltme urgently need ; -;;..
l'any.laundrT Jewelry and silverware, watches etc, cargo be reloaded to deliver and reload EXCURSIONS. ed. Shippers are requested to bear theM f : .
and simple and ready to show an Mississippi. same at current delivery and stevedore regulation In mind that Inconvenleac .f.{1
interest in all her friends' undertak- : and they thus get It Into their,heads rates of this port. Bond will be required may not be caused. S 4
Collins-Ice factory. ARKANSAS. TEXAS OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA, 1
INDIAN
for the of and TO freight regulations subject t*
that all the articles sold! at auction are security cargo performance These
lags. if you cannot: count among your Possumneck Cotton gin; grist milL of contract. Right reserved to reject TERRITORY AND MEXICO. Change without notice. ; "
trlends a girl who earns this,title try MIssouri.AlbaConcentraUng genuine goods. But there's where they any and all bids. F. COSTA. Any further information regarding pas- .
plant make a big mistake. The pawnbroker Master. bad by applying to the general office of t 1
to find one, and when you find her con- .
rratulate yourself upon your success. Aurora-Mine*. seldom Bells'any pledged articles at NOTICE. OADays Limit will be Allowed on These Tick- the company.Passengers are *arne.tly requested to ,! t

Joplln-$35,000 mining company; !I these auction sales. He rises them simply Oil which will be sold promptly report to the general office any .
Tenders are asked for the discharge, S ets on September 4 and inattention to duty or discourtesy on \
Monks *. Cbsmffeurs. mines; $150,000 flouring mill; $150.000 for a bl'ndArticles taken la and to make 11I'i.i.

':'heGrandSt.: Bernard 'mouu'm de mining end milling company S ; tailing pawn are Invariably sold ,at private and of the custody Swedish of bark to much"Notch of the VI.cargo now 18-October 2 and 16. __ the dflc part criticisms of employees of JOUN s.i-vle.W LEADLET. .rKa.nacer.

th'lfirrt! trip recently from Martignyto saIe.-Xew: York American.A '
the st' Bernard hospice with their mill.Webb City $30,000 mining com moored In the Day of Pfensacola u LIBERAL STOPOVERS. _. j

_
the Board at Surveyors orders cargoto
new motor transport car 'which hu' pany. Glimpse ef Carlrle. Go See.the New Country. T-i--r-.c r
be taken out, In order to be Able
Kansas City-SIO.OOO. bridge company
been specially .constructed: to carryfcfivy ; $25,000 steel company; $24,000 One day Carlyle suddenly stopped at to ascertain the damage. S Free S Literature Mailed on Request. Pensacola, St. Andrews and ,

eights on steep gradients. The terra cotta company.ProsperltyConcentratlng. a street crossing and stooping picked The discharging to be done at the I. E. REHLANDER, Gulf Steamship Co.

"ar which is of forty horsepower. Is milL up something out of the mud, even at rate of net lees than forty thousand!! Traveling Passenger AgentChattanooga 2 i ': ,.

fitted with special tire coverings tP I! St. Louis-: $1*.000 ice and cold storage the risk of being knocked down and superficial feet per weather working Teen. W.STEAMER O. 8A"ROW.L.TARPON.M ttf.. < 1

!;I1 P the snow and Ice says the Eroot. plant; $24,000 land company; $50- run over by passing vehicles. With his day g rrasT-CLAt PASBEXOKB AND ;'',1"

b$ Eagle. 'Six monks from the hospice 000( light and heating company; $15- bare hands he gently robbed! the mud Parties contracting will have to fur- SSXS8SX8XW m Ba MiW mmn ll FREIGHT-Between-8ERVICB. .. r.

eceatiy went to Milan to learn the art 000 lead and zinc company. from It He then took It to the pare- nish bond and will be responsiblefor PENSACOLA. APALACHICO J
I meat and laid It down the while out of chip. L.... 8T. AN- ;
cf drivin and are now' North Carolina. on a clean spet cargo ::t'tvf \ t.
;-a motor car, DREWS.: I
eIlertTw0 I I Indian Trail-$30.000. mining'comI on the curbstone. "That" said the old Tenders ftbo wanted for reloading And all paints en St. An draws Bay. Car >
ch&QttanrL: of the r0seL and Analachlcola.ftCHCOULE.' r ; '
pany. man In a tone of tenderness he rarely the cargo after repair reScUe ; 'It
,
habit
monLa wwarinc the usual Raleigh-$25.000 bottling :works. I I used, "to only a crnst of bread. Yet 1 Bids to be opened Saturday the Leaves Peasacol Sunday. S.I9 poa, -: .

and cowl drov the hoary car loaded' Scotland k- $25.000: warehouse was taught by mother never= to 13th of October at 11 o'clock a. m.. The Journal delivered by carrier to for Mobile. Ala -f
111 Wi prorJslons! and flxo wood Bp the company. 1 my at the office of the Vice Consul of Leav Pensacola. Tuesday 3:39 p. m. -
.waste abore Apalacaloola. :
anything all bread more for St. Aadrews. ItUMlU. -1
nonnta.Jn road to the hospice without Charlotte-$10,000 optical company.I Sweden, Hr. C. McKencle OerOng. CarrabeQ and Intarmadiau points.
lIe:: se0.S01 precious th&n gold. I am sore that! the the right to reject For adjitlooal Information apply to j' .
( t.e LInlOTlty. Xut : I Lexln&ton-Lumbel. company. I Muter referred
little sparrows or a hungry, dog "will J. R. SAUNO/Rt. "t i
b n13a1 ""2 Bta ... aotor car Rocky Mount-Land company. any or all bids. door for 10c 1 week E .R. COB II. President. -

"Ice for to&rlsts tr.._. ).Lartnas-t oerv'l Asheville-Telephone system. I I get nottrigtiwHjt from* this h1 fbread. CAP BERNHAKD ANDERSON your per General Frta.s4Paas. Aat. P... : "f
." : S sacola, '
GtStonia-SO.OOO fee and cold stor A Master of Swedish bark Koach VI. Fla.
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I;:; i- PAGE' EIGHT THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING,. 'OCTOBER 12. 1908.

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\ Keeping a BigBrewery SENSATIONS 5 Hawes Celebrated
GOLD WEATHERPREVAILED RECENTCHANCES S .

3i;i THE POPULAR "LID" OF Clean $3.00 Hats




: THE SEASON TO BE [ PABST SATURDAY-ALWAYS NEVER,WEEKLY_JMMENSE CLEAN.BREWS SCRU.. BING.GETS BEER PLANT ON IN THE U.U.V S. LOOKED fOR ; AT l lSTONE'S



THE HIGH TELESCOPE, Scrub-day at the brewery.! Readers cf .
The Pensacola Journal 'Idn know thereIs :
.HERE such a day. did you! Well. there Is at NAn SHORTLYLocaJ.DruggistHasSecuzed
the big Pabst brewery in Milwaukee and :
Its is nothing but "erub-day. You mtcht ,
be surprised to see how thoroughly the ..

I Raw edge or bound, and men who care for style scrub-day cleaning is no done other_ and work to Is know attempted that on in r ----

and beauty in hats are .cordially.irivite to see our the brewery except in the ShIPpinrth4epartment. 'Department j
Issued
Orders Navy
By
Temperature of 46 Degrees of course, for the :
,
hat assortment-by far the biggest ,ever. seen in never ceases. -
-
Saturday is the Pabst scrub-dayjwl '
Pensacola.. They're here in all the measure ble. Registered, and Frost year brewery round.on air If you Trtday were and to were visit told ththe e Regarding the. ':- Celebrated Preparations THE HABERDASHER

colors-black, pearl J, aluminum cedar, otter and that on the following Jay the"vast plant .of T. L. Cooper.'
Reported in Country.! would be shut down for cleaning you Changes. Servi: e. ----
brown. would say "! don't see any reason why -
it should be, for it:Is clean now.:' Yes.
that's so The Pabet brewery Is s.lwacleanclean 222 SOUTH PAUFOX
STREET
kitchen-be- Peosaoola. be affected'-with (be F
The coldest as the cleanest Special to The Journal. WUl
$3.00, $3.50$4.OO. $5.00 and $6.00. weather experiencedthis cause It Is kept clean The Pabst process -Washington; D. c.. Oct. 11.-Tha game astonishing demand for the new
,
season was In, evidence yesterday of brewing beer clean pro-
is a perfectly -
following orders have been issued to preparations extolled by L.. Cooper,
morning, when the records at cess. But the weekly scrub-day Is considered -
by Pabst additional and Important officers of the United States navy: who has visIted St. Louis and the
Soft Crush Hats at 50 cents,.. ,$1.00 and.,. the weather bureau showed a minimum feature of an the keeping always' Captains-A. Marix detached Naval leading cities of the Cast -

$1.50. Derbies $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 46 degrees temperature at 7 a.of m.fraction.- Frost under also price clean process.paid for It the Is absolute part of the cleanness enormous of:i War College' and ordered to resume The question is brought forth by the WEEXERCISECONSCIENTIOUS
was
and Pabst Blue Ribbon-the best beer ever duties ,as supervisor of the Naval fact that a local druggist has secured
$6.00. reported from the
country. but !
brewed. Auxiliaries Baltimore, Mary land; U. the for the mucli-talked-of
none was seen In the city. Several Not a kettle'b 0s. not a pint of beer I agenjr
parties, however who came to the Is brewed In the great Pabst plant on Sat R. Harris ordered to duty as captain preparatf that are producing sucha CAREin E
urdays. In the McCrea ordered to furor$ U1d about wfeicb. the newspapers -
all parts of the brewery of Boston yard; H. ,,
city early in the 'who
morning, or hag; I' cleaners are at work with scrubbrushand D. C. yard W. H. of the United States hare devoted
Washington, navy
occasion to visit low places early water. The walls and floors of cement the
yesterday, reported that there and brick, ev.t ot of space, every Everett detached Boston yard and columns way we "do up"
was i
light formation of nook and corner from the great cellars placed on waiting orders; S. M. Ack In fact a discussion: off Qopefspreparations ; things. Your It
frostFires below the ground to the top of the five Naval War College and and the unheard of demand "duds"last
were needed mall places, and and six-story buildings Is cleaned until it }icy detached t if
overcoats fairly shines. The very extreme of care placed on waiting orders. for tieinwhever Introduced has longer we launder
THE JOHN WHITE STORE and heavy clothing were Is shown in cleaning and rinsing the brew Lieutenant Commanders S.. E. appeared'ln a. greater; part of.all the them which
donned and felt
decidedly comfort. kettles, vats and. pipes-nothing but pure Moses detached duty as inspector of leading dallies of the country.: means an
water.
at the
pumped to the reservoirs
able.The temperature top of the brew-house and great storage equipment and ordnance at Bath Iron The recently published statement of actual saving of money
on Wednesday warehouses and then filtered, being used Works and ordered to the Georgia the manager the Wolff-Wilson. Drug to G
: was reported as 53 degrees but during This weekly Vcleanmg Is so thorough I Vail retired ordered Co:., of St Louis, which appeared In you.
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear the night It dropped over 7 de- that we cannot even attempt to describe as na.vigator.JIL the Post-Dispatch and GlobeDemo-
Its office
The effectiveness! and when you stop to to duty in' Hydrographic; '
grees. maximum temperature' consider that It represents merely a part I navydepartment; T. P. Magruderor crat ol that,civy, would seem to Indicate The Star Steam
yesterday was 63 degrees. of the Pabst watchfulness against any. that with no exception these preparations
Phone 225 205-207 S. PAUFOX Observer Hare in his summary of possibility of contamination Or Impurity In I dered to the :Iowaa$ navigator; H.. produced the same ,results In
weather Pabst Beer then you will understand why' K. Hlnes detached the Iowa and ordered
'" conditions yesterday said: we say Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is the j to the Alabama. all, sections, regardless of what pressure Laundry
"A ,well denned area of tigh pressure cleanest beer brewed. It Is the purest detached Is brought to bear against. : tns
extends from the upper lake beer' and the richest In food value too. lieutenants 'iW. K. Wortman medicines. 37 E. Garden St. Phen8 114
because made only from Pabst exclusive the Wolverine and ordered to
region south to the Gulf with frost. eight-day His statement Is follows
malt, choicest imported hops the Tennessee ,H. L. Brinser orderedto as : Pensacola, Fla.
reported as far south as Thomasvllle. and pure water. :Money and skill cannot I ; "This talk about St. Louis going

r.+.......+....I I' ', '...+I I......1.I...I" I I.... Montgomery, Meridian and Vicks- ; buy exclusive or produce eight-day better ingredients. Pabst, duty as inspector of quipment at mad over Mr. Cooper is absurd. II
malt slowly River Company'sworks
grown Fore
burg. Killing frost was reported at and natUrally from finest barley. retains Shipbuilding his preparations did. cot do all that is -
St. Louis, Knoxville, Nashville, Asheville all the'food value of the barley in pre-dl- ; B. T. Fitzgerald detached claimed for them there 'Would be no
i i and Atlanta. The gested form, and makes Pabst Beer the New York yard and ordered to Columbia demand. Mr.
temperatureat Cooper has nothing
Like Warm Bath ? most Florida and :
a Pensacola at seven o'clock this I' the world nourishing, most refreshing beer in ; D. W. 'Wurtzbaugh orderedto whatever to d&With it""The Alabama

.w morning was lower than at Havre, Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer.the choicest of the Georgia! O. \\1' Fowler detached idea that Ida personality baa
: Montana. The weather conditions all bottled beers perfect In age: purity the Nevada and ordered to the something to do with the'sale of his ; LAND COMPANYManufacturers
and strength. Is the beer for ,
"I resulting from this "high is fair with the home. Naval Academy; 1. C. Palmer de. medicines and that the people of tills !

.: You can take one brisk northerly winds. .1' tached Bureau of Navigation and city only Imagine they have been benefited
any you : "An area of low pressure Is cen S. .A. FRIEDMAN placed on waiting orders; Wl S. Pye Is too far-fetched to be seriously of f
: have a gas heater. Cost is $35.00 for tral orer the lower lakes. Oswego Wholesale and R. S. Keyes ordered to the Naval considered." __ and Dealers In t

I :t. '. a fine instantaneous Heater, by which : reporting a barometric reading of! Phone 179. Dealer.331 S. Palafox. Academy; C..: S. Freeman ordered to "One physician says'the people havea LUMBER tiLES AND SAWED KILN CYPRESS;DRIED SAP.SHIN.
v : 29.74 Inches this morning Cloudy the, Connecticut' disease ealtod 'OoopermaailThis'

4. you can get hot water by turning a weather Is reported from.. this region Pabst Blue Ribbon BeerORDER Ensigns B. Barnette detached the may be clever, but:It certainly not _ _ _ .t
i j valve and striking a match. Cost for : with 1.40 ineie.sof snow at Buffalo Louisiana and ordered to N. Y. Naval true." .
+ "Warmer weather conditions prevail A CASE FOR YOUR HOME Hospital for treatment -"I tare sold these preparations; Just Received.
'
: bath only two cents. : in the northwest an area of low TO.DAY. Midshipmen. C. Starr, C. L.. trial ever since Mr. Cooper made my Imported Macaroni, Sweet nfl Cbeeso

+ barometric pressure being central) i Wright;,C.' T. Osburn, W. H. Lee and store his headquarters Any one can Dill Fickle. Saner Kraut Mackerel. Cod SFIsh.
+. around Havre Montana." i H. Campbell ordered to the Rhode receive whatever they pay for the Pigs Feat Spanish Onions, Pilot
ii i Island; F. Russell G. E. Baker, H. preparations instantly if they are not fresh Bread.and French new. Navy Bread. EV'erythlnC t

i Pensacola Gas Company I ii BOOZE fIGHTER T.,JDyer, A. T. Beauregard and H. W satisfied. If the people are: Infatuated Witch EaseL $1.00 per gallon J.

CAPiTAL STOCKIS I McCormack ordered to the Tennessee with Mr. Cooper, as is claimed, and Marine Grocery Company.V. .

i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden'Str8st.. t ; D.A.. Scott, J. A. Monroe H. S. therefore buy his medicines why don't J. VIOAL Mwrager.
Babbitt B. Bruce, E. D. McWhorter thy com* and ask for 'their, money
....................................................: DOUBLEDPEOPLES ordered to the Washington; R. P. R. after they have taken them? Out of C

Neilson granted six months sick the thousands of.bottles we have sold

CLOTHES :PICTURQ]. INISCONSIN leave; I. H. Mayfield, F. P. Hoteomb almost none have been returned." OPERA HOUSE :
G. L Caskey and R. C. eedham ordered "AM a matter of fact St. Louis Is
CLEANED AND PRESSED. MANY BANK HAS INCREASED exception In the immense demandfor IICEO.
to the Connecticut W. P. Beea- :
< To have your fall and winter clothes KNIGHTS ; the preparations.Before Mr. MONDAY OCTOBER 15
cleaned ler ordered to the Iowa. ,
pressed and repaired. and put In
good condition send them to us.Ve CAPITAL STOCK FROM $50,000TO Medical Inspector W. R. DuBose I. Cooper came to this city I received r

do everything in that line and guarantee ordered' to duty In command of the letters from leading druggists through. .,ADE'S C-
our work. Ladies' work a specialty. Gen $100,000. out the Bast te Ingme that whereverhe ;Triumphant Comic Opera, t
tl men'. membership rates. LOO per Naval Hospital, Yokohama Japan; P
month. All work called for and delivered. -- A. Leering ordered : in goes his preparations{ are sold almost -
TO to duty command -
Clione 1273 IIISIT NEORLEANS to the exclusion of all others."
ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, The capital stock of the Peoples !of. the Naval Hospital, NorfolZVIrgtna. "Every city In this country where r

9 E INTENDENCIA STREET Bank. Pensacola's, youngest banking I Novel Scheme Adopted At > these medicines have been introduced cmi1wJwcf
WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER. Passed Assistant Surgeons. H.
institution, has been doubled. At a has had the same: experience as' St.
recent meeting of the directors of the Fon du Lac Check Holoway ordered to the Nevada; A. Louis. This ought to be proof positive

MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY S bank it was decided to increase the to 1.r. D. :McLean detached Naval Recruting that the, people know,what they are ;
BY LIFE ASSURANCE capital stock from $50.000 to $100,000, Station, Cine;nnati, Ohio and ordered about"In
.
rds.
Incomes .:are maintained .mortgages and the full amount cf the increase was Drunk to duty at Naval Recruiting Statton the light of tnl statement it will )
protected debts secured, undevepoed! subscribed immediately the Increase: ; Detroit Mich; F. M. Bogan Or- be Interesting to see how.these preparations ORIGINAL GORGEOUS PRODUCTION. f

enterprises guarded, business rendered was authorized. :' dered to Naval Hospital, Washington are received in !Pensacola. 27 SONG HITS. f

safe. Investments given permanent K. of C. to Attend Initiationof Tha bank is in a flourishing and Fond Du-Lac. Wis.(Oct 11;-;In the D c., for treatment
value' and cap'tal preserved. A policy, safe condition and its rise among the future WhEn: th?: J tud/aed and booze- ,Assistant Surgeons-J. S. Woodward AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA. 1
fin THE EQTJITABI does all this.!. institutions ordered to Naval Recruiting Station tached the Florida and COMPANY OF 00.
a Large Class in the banking is a source of befogged rounder? wtk thp granted one r
and mors-provides for the family after / gratification to those who were Instrumental bleary eye Cincinnati Ohio; F. H. Brooks month's leave; J. Bryce detached the t
PRIZE BEAUTY CHORUS.
your death. Send us,your name in its organization.: and the cauliflower nSse careens Into granted six weeks sick leave. Arkansas and ordered.to the Florida. t
cge and addressKNOWLES Crescent City.A gin shops In Fon du,Lac, be will meet Assistant Paymaster-T. William Gunners-H. J. Palmer detached Price -29c to S1.50. Seats now on ta!.

BROS.. Insurance the artic welcome. FdV In"Fon du Lac son... Jr.. ordered to Navy Pay Office. Naval Torped. Station. Newport, R. -

-- "-. .-.,.;..- .. ..;. the perpetual Jag hunger"is very much Washington.! D. C.; H. L McCrea r. L, and ordered to the Georgia.
large,party of Knights of Columbus to the kl-bosh. *,. dered to the Albatross; F. H. Cope Chaplain-C. M. Charlton orderedto

Ice Coal Charcoal and from this city are to leave here INOLJS It all happened when the genial pro- ordered home and wait orders. the Georgia. To the Public

Saturday for New Orleans, where, prietors of the 70 odd rum emporiumsof Paymasters Clerks' -G. T. South ,
they will be present Sunday when gate ordered to duty in connectionwith NOTICE.
Wood two large classes will be initiated by the city became frightened at a law the accounts of the apprentice The Pensacola Electric Company have
that demands that no'constant removed to office .
tippler temporary rooms 325
the Knights Columbus In that city shall be seamen at Training Station Newport to 329 Brent building Free
permitted to trifle with the
Delivered anywhere in the In fact the classes to be initiated on RELIABILITY that cheers.It R. L; C. A. Hotoway; ordered to J. W. LEADLEY

city. We can supply you in this occasion are the largest in point cup was the fertile brain of Alderman Yorktown; W. Craig ordered to the Manager.
of known In Southery; W. V. Joy ordered to the
numbers ever the south
any. quantity and our service' the fourth degree class confining H. W. Bruett that devised the easy Georgia; J. L. Johns to duty with i Phone No. 178 To those who hive contracted tl

is always prompt Phone 450 candidates and the first and sec and-out reference booze picture fighters.gallery for down. accounts of the Franklin; H. Dial ordered Is Now Working.Sol habit of taking one or some of tti
; ond degree classes 110 members. Prominent Physicians to the Boston; H. E. Brown ordered dangerous advertised remedies this
Join
The alderman Cahn
conducts saloon & Co.COLLEQIAN'8
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to Naval Station, Guantanamo, communication U addresseo. -
those particularly
I Among who will be initiatedin and it is presumed that while contemplating .
363.E. the ,fourth degree are James Me With Brady in Recommending a long line 'of.notices Cuba. .

warning -
G. SEWELL, I Hash, Sr., R. Nichelsen, :Edmund him not to sell "various frequenters Warrant Machinists Quill de- LONG WALK.* If you tare some of the various ?>
Fox and John called tonics, dyspepsia remedies,
26 N. TARRAGONA Massey. Vinol. of buffets he fell to wondering bow -
STREET
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kidney, liver or stomach cures, cent
I The Knights expect a large partyto he would the tabooed Dadertakea te Cover 1,300 Miles tmIM
,_ ever recognize
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lasomnla. If In h&bi&of
I for you ate' the
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I I go leaving the city a drinkers by the names that decoratedthe Tha.,a XMUfc.L. .
........._ taking dally doses of effervescent
noon Saturday and : Monday Countless physicians
=:q relurn'ng and druggistsare walls. The photograph idea Impressed O. flaB of Chicago, a freshman at for the tot
salts nerve, or cathartics
I
1 morning afternoon. now prescribing and indorsing him as a goodone and at the Trinity college Jn Hartford Conn., constipation nostrums advertised t to
All of the supreme officers of the Vinol as the most valuable! cod liver "
PaintingTime
next meeting of the council he who
I' very ha* won laurels this year as a clear the blood, take away plmpes: ,
lodge w 11 be present at the initia oil preparation known to medicine, '
I Ii tion. and it is fast superseding all other chief introduced of a resolution whereby the pedestrian, will put himself to a supreme clear the skin, etc., apparently hrtThless
police is authorized to distribute
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forms of cod liver oJ and emulsions. test In attempting to walk a but highly dangerous advertised
i A prominent physician writes. "1 photographs of habitual drunk. distance of 1.2DO'mUes: over rough headache cures-then we say try us
GO TO JOE'S PLACE, GOVERNMENT ards along with notice to .
AND TARRAGONA STs.. FOR am satsfied that Vinol derives its that saloonkeep.ers country roaia.ID'leu. than a month, without a cent of cost to you.
they are on the black list., '
FRESH HEADLESS MOBILE wonderful life-giving and strength says a.Qartferd: special dispatch to the 100,000 people dl. annually in America
SHRIMP. PHONE 154. creating power from the medicinal New York Times. from the use of dangerous head

1 curative elements found in'the cod's PfNS COLA Ball started the other afternoon ache, heart and kidney remedies.
GIRL
Well Kept: Baado. liver. It is the best strength creator is bound to around walk to his fitter's summer home in Bromonla Is absolutely harmless and
i "Over my sink are two bottles anda and vltal'zer for old people weak women come Michigan He was. accompanied on more effective as a cure for the above

nail cleaner" said a housekeeper."One children and" the convalescentthat IS HOMELESSIS once in a while. Even the ; his first day's journey In which he complaint Medical Practitioners.than anythlnp Not known a patent IS
I ,
ever saw. .
bottle contains five parts of lemon coveed eighteen nilag byenthual-
Juice to one of alcsbol, which will keep Another physician writes: "I best paint will wear off in astic crowd nostrum.
-- could cite many cases where health of ills classmates. Hill expects Cut out coupon at the bottom of ti:*

.' kt' indefinitely. The other contains the has been restored in a surprsmgly IN CUSTODY OF POLICE OF time. But painting time will to co'\"er'about' 1rty. ft miles a. a.rt1cle-send It to us You win '*
; : I following lotion: One-fourth of an short time by VinoL i should be day and to reach his destination, July ceive a package free of cost. Be sar9

-. ounce of gum tragacantb added to oepntof : very sorry to have to do without MOBILE-WAS TO HAVE MAR- come around least often,if, IT. to write name and address plainlY

t : softened water, one ounce each Vinol In my practice It has no equal -.. 15,000 will be paid to anyone wS!::

I of alcohol glycerin witch hazel and a for hard colds, throat, .and. bronch'al! RIED JOHN WEEB. when! you paint you use : A Doa"'Gat n.tSoa.A.n can show that Bromonia Is not ais*
dash of same sort of perfnme. After troubles." lutely safe to take. Formula fnrol'ij:
washing dishes or preparing vegetables Now, when we tell! you that we Interesting and pathetic little story ed to any physician Hospitals ,""

I apply a little of the lemon Juice, then have never sold In our store a remedy !-- The Montgomery Advertiser yesterday Red Seal about a dog's attachment for its doctors supplied in bulk free of charge
of more remarkable curative : muter came to light at 1tlvrh ad.
the lotion and in a moment my hands and contained the following from L -
are dry. soft and smooth. All strength creating power tnan Vino its Mobile correspondent: N. T. a few days ago. One night a FREE BROMOHlt COM.

.. stains disappear as if very by magic,and the for the weak, the sick and the aged "At police headquarters In the [! Pure White Lead \ little dog owned by iwyerBobert P. -
it ,fails' to
and that it
accomplishwhat charge of IS' OrlCag became badly frightened at
nails are cleaned easily. The time re the police department Name..I
it will will QUi"u..014 Dutch rxoeMd
: we say we refund
t Copyright 1906 quired Is not over two minutes. The wthout 'Esella' Lewis, who gives her age at. firecrackers and rushed up Into the i

k. TM Hou.of KuppsnhsIm.* expense of the lotion l la comparatively your shows money you our faith In question(he preparation .It- sixteen and her borne as one mil' : third story of the house,and hid. Nothing City. ............ .................
nothlnr" east of Pensacola en the Pensacolaand more was thought of It until tie
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3ButtonSquare Atlanta mixed with Pure Linseed
Railroad. "

Cut Sack. Railway to Have Inrtrvettaa School. H.Try White Vinol& Co"Druggists on our guarantee.. W... "The girl was found friendless and. Oil. It is the accepted next started aornlng.across his When lawn be Mr.noticed Grlffinj thai State.. .. ..........................

The Santa Fe railway will open a Note.-TVille: we are sole agents financially short by a police officer.: the dog ww.looking out of the third

around Generous neck in length and shoulders a perfectfit school.for. instruction in telegraphy for Vinol in Pensacola, It is now for She related of her the following In in Mobile explanation : :-!: standard paint. Looks story winitw and literally bean te My disease is..I
and with and station agents' duties at the Tope- sale at the leading drug store Innearly presence
labeL
a "Kuppenheimer"
j : laugh ant dance when be saw his.mas
John Induced
-a tailor-made suit without the ka Business college. The main telegraph every town and city In the Webb, aged twenty-three. best lasts longest, and costs ..,...
Almost at ...
ter. the ...
tailor" high price Look for the Vinol her to leave her home and sane moment tb My nearest drtfgsist Is In
country.
"1 .00 to 2750. line of the road will be connect AgencyIn least in animal out of
; your town. come to Mobile Sunday night They the long run. leaped the window tc
ed with the school so that students reached Mobile Sunday night Monday the patement In fh& path below. Be ... ., ......
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will haTe an opportunity to hear actual Webb left saying he wouldye. .. ... '" ..
Send for free booklet, beautifully flbstnted. rend hurtlngon. leg_a little and temporarily
railroad The FASTIDIOUS WOMEN
school
win
essages. turn shortly with his license.Vtebb
stunning the Address:
him. col
dog was
H 0. replace the present system of apprenticeship consider Paxtine: Toilet Antiseptic A failed to return, and the girl started: ,' : Vshubls to say one who Injured. -

ANSON under which an apprentice necessity in the hygienic care of the out to find him. but made a dismal would preserve mod beautify his

worked, for three yean under an operator person'and for local treatment of failure. She appeared absolutely nn: property at the least outlay. Wealtfc .f Bromonia Company
CASH CLOTHIER or azent feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing, conscious: of her predicament and Japan.
germicidal deodorizing and healing maintained. her "Jennie" would show I NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY An official return recently Issued' b, 683 Broadway, New Ye*

Ciner Pilafox lid H.is I I GLASS qualities are extraordinary. For saleat up and claim his intended bride. In the Japanese government 'gives tot being held by J.I* *
: clerk AT nJ lOtfc SC. St. lomU. H.. Special sale now
AND GLAZING., Druggists. Sample free. Address the event he does not the girl will AC: wealth eftJapai1'at the end'of 1904 s, NAH BROS.. WHOLESALE DA.' it.*

E. B. WELLS, 10 E. !INTENDENCIA. The R. Paxton Co.. Boston Mass. sent to her: borne( """ ,.. Iy For sale by first class.dealers., f 51M0>3Wor $145 per bead. ,_ UTERS.J .

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