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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 13, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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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).
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P : SACOLA, FLORIDA., SATURDAY, MORNING. OCTOBER 13. U 06. PRICE 5 CENTS : i t
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NATIONALS WIN MATOR WILL PRESERVE -.,. .' REPORT ON SANTA '.j.rr :




ERE R I THE FOURTH GAME WATER FRONT PROPERTY 2ISLAND CUTS .J i ,,'.;.8 IIj-G" ,



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E Rivals for :Baseball Championship r, I Senator Mallory Speaks to j .

Are Now IMDEI FORTUNE Fences and Buildings of the MANY INDICTEDFOR

- Even Again. .. NOMINATION I IS Squatters on City Prop-. 'SEPARATION[ or Chamber of Commerce s''



o IN I N ILLICITBYIHISLEY T erty Removed By RIOTING Regarding Matter. J a -


BROWN SAVED'GAMEBy ACCEPTED IT. Authorities. lSlE10FPINES' BARRIER IS INTACT

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", Magnificent Catch of Property East of Alcaniz I Y I.N ATLANTL'By i i.

HURST ANDCU8AProvisional And Channels Are Rapidly .

r Liner in the Ninth. and South of Main'fis -

: ** Associated Pr ... Being Filled Up. a
1 Richmond Va.. Oct 12.-Wayne R. Claimed by City. I Atlanta Oct. 12.-The Fulton cone
ty grand Jury to-day returned Indict
GAME WAS SHARPLY CONTESTED Gooch known to revenue officers as In Letter to Chairman of the Government Will ments against twenty white men '
the "King of Meonshiners. pleaded CAPTAIN TURTLE'S LETTER ?
THROUGHOUT AND WAS WITNESSED CARRIED ON WITHOUT charged, with rioting In Atlanta on
guilty In the United States court today New York Democratic -. WORK WAS Not Consider Movementto September 22. The names were not VERY GRATIFYING TO ALL CITIZENS .' ;

BY A GOOD CROWD- to an''indictment' charging conspiracy THE SLIGHTEST: 'DISTUR made public. Previously two white

to defraud tEe government State Committee. That End.: men were Indicted on the same charge -BREAKS ARE NOW PRACTICALLY {

RECEIPTS FOR FOUR GAMES Judge Wadill fined him one thousand BANCE-LAND SWEPT CLEAR OF and sixty negroes indicted, charged }
CLOSED AND NO DAN
with complicity In the'murder of
PLAYED OVER dollars-and confiscated his distillery. BUILDINGS BY HURRICANE-
Policeman
County Heard on September
SIXTY-oNE.j -
Gooch is said to have accumulated DECLARES FEALTY TO. THE I TAFT SAYS 'ECQGNltlON OF :.. ,All of these are the result of GER IS APPREHENDED THERE- .i
THOUSAND DOLLARS.By I MAYOR STATES HIS POSITIONIN
II a fortune of halt. a million dollars by 1 an Investigation by the grand Jury of FROM-REPORT IN FULL.
II I PRINCIPLES OF JEFFERSON AND 'ISLE WOULD: BE. ,VIOLATION: ,
I the manufacture and safe fot illicit I. THE MATTER. ; the recent race riots here.FLOATING .' I

. Associated Press. whiskey. He owns a,thousand acres JACKSON AND THE- DEMOCRAT- OF TRUST-MARINES: ..ORDERED '

of land Meckleburg county and The report of Senator Mallory and t "- ', .
-. Chicago, Oct. 12.-The 'World'srlampionsh1p TO ISLE'.TO P OM TE.FEEUNG
baseball series is again, maintainan armed. guard around IC PRINCIPLE. GREATEST Learning that buildings were being Collector J. E. SUlIman at the special 't'. ;. ; t

, (even the local National League team the place GOOD TO GREATEST NUMBER. erected and fences constructed around OF SECURITY.. : THEWRECKED meeting of the Chamber of Commerca ,I i: [ .
today defeating the American by a certain property along 'the eastern yesterday on the breaks in Santa Rosa, it i : j

score of 1 to 0. Each side has now waterfront that is claimed by the city I island caused by the recent storm, I ; :, t

IY'ilN. von two games. Both National victories By Associated P...... Mayor Bliss yesterday gave orders to I By' Associated Press. was a very gratifying one... !I. .,J;, ;
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have been on' the American CLAIM SLAVERY Elmira N. Y., Oct 12.William the city street department to visit the Havana, Oct. 12.:-Secretary Taft Senator Mallory presented the re, i t' ; .

grounds ''while the White Stockings Randolph Hearst today formally places and remove all buildings and to-day met President Starke of the [ U port stating that the committee had ? f. :

earned success on their rivals field. the democratic nomination for accepted -fences. Not only did he give the or-' Isle of Pines Association and informed visited the places and had been fork "'J

Altrock for the Americans and ders for this work to be done but the him positively/that the provisional tunate in getting Capt. J. E. Turtle, U? ,
of New York state
in letter
governor a
Crown) for the Nationals again contested addressed to Chairman"Conners, of mayor accompanied the force of workmen -. government could not consider any S. assistant engineer at this port, to. .J. ;: :
Brownwas EXISTS and to 'prevent any disturbancethat movement in the-direcUon of separation accompany them and had found CondV i
for supremacy to-day. NEAR the 'democratic state committee, and I I '
at his best and gave only two made public this afternoon.Mx. might occur, he Instructed the of the isle of fines from Cuban' SMACKSSaunders tions on the island greatly lmproT -. ;' I

and allowed but two hits. He .Hearst marshal to have four or five police sovereignty., Mr. Taft said the matter The two cuts had practically closed ,,
he the
passes says accepts .
held Americans hitless until the officers on the scene. had been referred to Charles H op it being impossible to get through f ; _
the nomination bearing' in mind the 'I
records
3e9. sixth. There was n:) disturbance of any na I Magoon Taft's successor as provisional either ofthemwith. a boat, and no im. -
of the great party in the and
Cod past
' ture. A large number of persons gathered -, governor. mediate danger was apparent AB 'Zf i!
Uot Nationals looked
The dangerous as TAMPAAlleged knowing that the of the
membership Mr. Taft declared Jt,would be absolutely part of his report Senator Mallorj ; '
tag parly as the second Inning when party is determined still to be ruled about the point where the men & Co., Getting a : .-
for the provisional submitted the following letter from
were engaged and watched operations impossible ;1'
nah saved the by
day temporarily by- the principles of Jefferson and
government recognize the Isle of Capt. Turtle: i 1- t 11' _
but the street force soon had
catch of Fleet of Schooners
making a magnificent! Lang'sfly. Jackson and Fishing
guided by democracy: -
lY. all fences and a portion of one build- Fines as it was not under the jurisdiction Capt Turtle's Letter. 'r
the I
The Nationals earned seventh.run That Hundreds of ideal the greatest good for the greatest ing which had been erected clear of of the provisional government ;. S. Engineer Office, Warrington. it ;,..
which the in the
numberHe in
si won game : the lots in controversy, even to the and would be violation of the trust Shape for Fla.. Oct 9, 1906. ,
Chance cent a fly to sEort right field ; says the duty of true democratsIs ,
foundations and fifteen minutes after imposed on the government to protect Hon. S. R. Mallory, Pensacola, Fla. f
and reached third on sacrifices by Men Are Held in Slav- to deprive of all authority within t'I'U. '
; Service. ij :
&: their arrival there was note a vestigeof the interests of Cuba during the Sir:-Complying with your verbal, >
Steinfeldt Evers
Tinker.
and played the
party those who seek to promote the property left I J incumbency' : of the provisional gov request of the 8th. Ins"'... I have then ;. .
R pretty singte over third and Chance special interests at the of
in South Florida. expense ,
scored. ery The property in dispute lies just ernment. honor to submit the following reposfc> ;
general welfare.Mr. east of Alcaniz'streeV running aloe Secretary Taft ordered an officer and opinion regarding the tan '
15N. : ? Although many of their fishing
two out in the ninth Jones .
With Hearst the democrats .
must
says five to the Isle breaches in Santa Rosa Island between '
marines !
considerable and twenty >
the beach for a distance schooners were beached and some of
raised the fluttering hopes of American I declare and must mean that no matter of Pines to promote A feeling of se the Quarantine and Life Saving t '
By Associated Press. and even the lower'portion of Al- them almost hopelessly wrecked .
supporters by waiting for four how the wealth .
great of individual
bad second when Washington. Oct. 12.-The department an caniz street, which the city, found had, curity. Saunders &; Co. have succeeded in Stations. I, ,'
ones and going to jot has.received fresh allegations or corporation that wealth A breach in the ordinary acceptane* 1
; justice been of
the ball got past Kling and hit the must not be fenced up during the previous I floating several their fleet and }
umpire. A good hit would have tied of the existence of virtual an irresponsible domIno- night by some patties is clalmed: .Before by to-night more of them will be in of its meaning would convey the let- t :.

J the game. Massive Isbell batted tJ/5; slavery in South Florida below Tam- ating"power: in boternmenLHORSES the hurricane ..aUf this land FIRE DEPARTMENT: the.water and' undergoing repairs. presslon that the mound of saat !: j' "'

lull, like shot pa in which hundreds of men white was settled upon- .buildings having. of the fleet-escaped uninjuredby whicS separates the waters of tla ',."j .
a cannon at Brown
face and he'caught the and colored are held by' turpentine been erected from time to time, but being in. the gulf daring the hurricane Gulf and bay in normal condition fa. '",: :i '" ;1.

blow laid him flat on his)ball back.but the He operators, lumbermen and mine own- THREE PENSACOLA these were all washed away during f'f'TO F BE I INSPECTED but out of thirteen .or fourteenin tides, had been carried away leavtcft I ,,

quickly recovered and threw the : ers. R is declared that those responsible the storm, 'and as the mayor claims port, only one' escaped without what might be strictly termed al t ; J

ner out, ending the Brownhad run: for these conditions are that the title to the property is vest- y I damage. The i rm however' Is rush- opening. This however from our examination j f.,.I' '
game. ENTERED
to fairly his I mostly northern men. : ed In the city, and thai the parties ing what vessels it can back to'sea made on the 8th ins t' -
fight out of the
way BOARD OF SAFETY HAS ORDERED fast they reach port with cargoes not the case. A very abnormal tid& ti
grounds, It is further alleged that sheriffs of who have been occupying It have only as as '
admirers.The being .surrounded by enthusiastic various counties of southern Florida -- squatter's rights he Issued orders MEN TO ASSEMBLE AT and -is endeavoring to supplythe more than ten feet above mean loT r" ,

are parties to the enslaving of negroesIn shortly after the' storm that the city demand -for snappers, -w.hlch Js water, driven from the gulf by equ ;" ::1
weather was by far the most I JOHN A., RAILROAD BILL AND JIM heavier than to the ly[ abnormal wave,action has. lowed j :'1 ,
pleasant of the phosphate mines turpentine I claim its own and refuse permits for I GARDEN STREET HEAD- now ever- owing $
the series and the attendance I the two localities referred the lan r f'
4 to '
camps and lumber mills.A CROW TO RACE IN SOUTHERN buildings to be erected thereon and to; scarcity. i
WM Increased.!' Receipts for the I' I QUARTERS. The schooner Minnie W.. which was separating the two, bodies of wat. -:.
four woman who is reported to be stop those attempting to rebuild. .., :
thousand games dollars.have been over sixty-one the informant of the department, had CIRCUIT. II At the meeting of the city council I..r driven ashore. between Baylen and until the present crest: is somewb* t:

11. nn interview with Attorney General I last Wednesday night h'e presented, Palafox wharves will be floated to below the level of our normal hij J -, I h '

The Score. :Moody and the department is now'debating the case to that body and the matter', The Board of Public Safety will day. An examination showed- that a tides leaving still intact -the barrice :I '.. If'

R H ESationals what course to pursue. Three fast horses owned by Capt. T. 'was referred to the city attorney and make an inspection of the Pensacolafire piling had been driven into the hull which separates the bay and gull J;: '.' ,
.. .. .. .. .. 'I but has been moved waters below low ,
.1 7 1 E. Welles of this city \have been harbor and sanitary committee with department this afternoon or an engine 'over ordinary tides 1 j.
Americans ., .. .. .. .. ..0 2 1 in a number of the races to entered :Instructions to look after the city's rather of the condition of the uniforms to the point where the smack is Therefore the places lowered by t :. 1
C Batteries Brown and Kllng; Alt EARTHQUAKEIN in Nashville Birmingham Mont occur -rights in the matter. of the men, and for this pur- ashore and the piling will be sawed recent storm will be exposed at lor a '; r !
rock Sullivan.TEMPERATURE. the hole caulked and the tides and for ,f' 'r '
and Piece of House the various companies have been off up vessel submerged the- presenv t
gomery and other southern cities. The Destroyed. pose : .
;
three horses are now in Nashville Yesterday: mornin however when I I ordered to report at the Garden street floated and repaired. : by high tides. f.
at 3 o'clock this after- The schooner Areola- of the War The sand movement across thee i r
MEXICOMOST the headquarters .
NEW where came to his office he found
I they are entered to race in a mayor I '
IS number of the events to occur there that during the night fences had been noon. A special meeting of the ren &; Co. fleet, which; was, slightly low places. In their present condlUoq i
damaged has been launched from can only occur under the influence '
this hour ct r
called for
built around some of the property and board has been
during the next week two. From
or the marine railway and will ,put to tides alone, The. action of flood Udcrfwill ;.
there they will to Binmingham and that one lady, Mrs.-Pate, was rebuilding -, at that place. : 1
go ,
SLOWLY sea at once. be much marked than, th ,;
.he RISING SEVERE SHOCK IN MANY then to her home. He Immeditaely head-,. It is probable' that the attention of more 14 ,
Montgomery The tug Florence Wltherbee, which of ebb since the former will = '
time be _
this Xi
the board will be called' at act
ed the of and,
he street
During the past few weeks the fast party workers .
'
launch
MONTHS El.T."AT to the condition of tru k house No. 3 was raised Friday and the celerated by the result of wave action !'
tilaSe. police officers and decided to sV ;
John A. not ?
pacer has been enteredIn hauled out on '
East Zarragossa street, where the Grand Rapids, were from the. gulf. On .our ontsidq
ALTHOUGH THE, MINIMUM YESTERDAY SOCCCRO.: any of the races in the circuit In further proceedings: In an effectual on and stock are exposed to the ,the ways yesterday to undergo re- caches there is almost always somi.. .F
:manner. This he did by having the'i men
fact the bad weather and heavy. rains
dur.Ing pairs wave action even when the tide is ': \
weather to large extent, and
!ass( .AT 6 A. M. REGISTERED have prevented many of the events i force remove from the ground every, a suf- ebbing this wave action will be f ."
the recent cold weather had op* '
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' of that had been
piece building placed
from occurring in various cities
but posed to
any tendency to wash
By Associated Press. due
et tit i 50 DEGREES.The Albuquerque N. M. Oct.-' 12.-The it is expected that for the remainderof i..there, even to,the foundation of the I I fered considerably.As winter Is now approaching It TWO SMALL to ebb currents flowing out and oven ''

Qt most severeearthquake shock 'in the season better. racing weather .cottage. Tina vas only partly rebuilt will be necessary to alter in some these low places, while the tide Is fall .
many months was felt at Soccoro, N. will prevaiL i the frame work and a portion of the!:manner the sleeping apartments of ng from high .to say half low;; and t

or tG temperature which has been M-, this evening. It is said the shock Railroad Bill shipped from Pensa I weather boarding having been com;) the firemen, and also the stalls of FIRES, OCCUR. the fill, or raising of .the crest whlcjf "'
decidedly chilly for"the past few days, was felt for 10 minutes. At the same cola just before the, hurricane, was 'pleted. The fences about other lots, stock. has been acquired by the flood will 5
:5. is slowly rising in this section and time shocks were felt at Balden and entered in two events at Nashville, some of which the mayor states had the not be permitted to be washed bacfc 4

med warmer weather was felt last night and Albuquerque. No damage is reported. and got third place in both. I been enclosed during the night especially !SATISFACTORY WORK BEING to the outside beach This ccndltloo :
, I is predicted that lower Alcaniz EARLY YESTERDAY MORN '
for today than has been crossing ONE
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DONE ON THE TUG MONARCH. will be emphasized by the fact of tfa
us experienced 'since Tuesday. street were then attacked and re
I YESTER. very shallow depths found In tha.
ING AND ANOTHER : ,
Yesterday moralng, however, the AN OLD SOLDIER SALOON MEN moved. Some 'very satisfactory work is being places which have been lowered.sinca, .J:
!hid Minimum was 50 degrees at 6:30: Within! fifteen minutes the work'had I done toward floating the tug DAY-AFTERNJON.: the wave action will be--always inward; I 4-'
,
II- o'clock, and many shivered as they been completed and the workmen re- :Monarch, which was beached during and since they will always be great ;

vended their way to their work. The PASSES AWAYJOHN ARE NOTIFIED turned to their other duties. i the hurricane In the slip between enough to attack the sand. In connex

maximum of the day was 63 ,.desrewat Ths Mayor's Position. I Palafox and Baylen street wharves. Two more small fires occurred yes ion with this principle with us. ig ta .

vs 3 p. m. The "mayor's position in the prem'l I I The big tug was high and dry when terday, but in neither case was the be considered the fact that the san& .; .
to L4st year on the same date the ises is that the property is" work was commenced;: but now she damage very great The first was at and wave movement In the locality'

maximum was 70' degrees and the ROACH IIED'.I'T'? HOSPITAL, MARS.'H'A'L'SCHAD' SENDS NOTICETO the city and as mayor he should look'I I has been moved back into 'the watera 3; o'clock yesterday morning, when a referred to, is from the eastward the ; "mt

tits minimum 50 degrees, the only differ- after the interests of the city and prevent -, considerable distance by channels frame cottage at NI). 1014 North}t volume of the former being astonis!bc > J
! ence between the same date of 1906 HAVING BEEN?: SENT THERE REMOVE NUDE PICTURESAND parties from attempting to claim j FidgetIt
5e I being dug by the dredge Seventh avenue was found to be. in ngly[ great This shore movemeoj I "t T
re10 end 1905 being' that the maximum AS CHARITY PATIENT. STATUES.The that which he says does not belong to j I is probable tha\the vessel will tames. The truck stationed on East i causes sand to seek shelter in ever? :',;,

this year was two degrees lower. them. be floated''by this afternoon or to Hill responded and extinguished the pocket and tow place, and is the a i .;;.
I position is that this is city:
"My
morrow.. blaze. t tion Immaterial as It may seem thai ,l\
,.,. MACHINISTSNOT soldier, who :property: said!: the maycr yesterda j i I Yesterday afternoon the' firemen retains this barrier of soft und be* ; :
John Roach an aged proprietors of saloons all over !.afternoon. "It has now been swept called to Bears alley, in the tween our harbor and the fruit !1,
J. ORDERED BACK for :years was an inmate, of the Soldiers the city and restaurants patronized clean of all buildings by the storm,i iI willing i to make'a liberal donation out I were western section of the city where From careful study of the matter fi
, a ;
ctc. Home at Johnson City. Tenn., by the colored population have received and now Is the time to act by preventing --,,of my own pocket 'towards assisting DeVHlIer street, a Small frame I' and observation of :-' .
near experience
By A.soe'at Press.Washington atthe hospital having notification I 1 1I r cannot rebuild my
from upon
Marshal Schadto
died yesterday rebuilding If allow but they
,- OCt. 12....:President : any we them cottage had caught from a defectiveflue. sand movements in and adjacent tg '1
been sent there by the city physician remove all pictures statues worksof I any parties to rebuild] they: can carry this city property." and from tha .
harbor entrance
O'Connell International Association I} ,
of
the our
of :Machinists said today, retarding as a charily patient He htl been In art etc.. In which white women are the case into the courts and in these i M; Caused Considerable Comment Thursday night the firemen stationed -,I general Taws named above, I respecff :'I
of late shown in In thus
between the Pensacola for some years and a nude condition. days of smart lawyers it can be kept I t I The action of the mayor on East Garden street. extinguished -. .
the fully state.
dispute
... Southern Railway Co., and the machinists had been employed in some capacity This is the result of-the order recently there fore ten years. This property I r looking after the city's rights causeda a blaze which had started 'at the i: 1-That the real barrier betweenthe ;

that he had not ordered the at. the Pensacola! na\7yar&He : Issued )by the Board of Public should be reserved for the people as a great deal of comment upon the residence of Mrs. M. L.. McCaskill, t Viters of the baw nd-'gulf is stflE i
men settlement was evidently an employee of Safety that these places be rid of.all beach, as it is a very nice place and streets during the day especially! as just across -the street and adjoining ;!undisturbed. -
back to work pending a
.e the yard up to the time of the hurricane pictures that could in any way be beautified. misunderstood the situation I
"thecase. He said a certain could be I I many the Southern Hotel. The Babcock %.-That this barrier Is still BufV
Proposition had been submitted to the to Judge from' letters found characterized as indecent and it Is "Now as to rebuilding. No one is I j and thought that the city was pre--fire extinguishers were .used-and. the dent to resist without injury"to-th t'j
his effects;"one"of'which was to expected that the line will be drawn of this those who had clear titles to
.e men to be voted, and that their among going to rebuild on any prop,venting damage was slight.STANDARD. channel of commercial interests of the ;
upon Sol pretty tight what is their homes. i
the superintendent of -the Union on classed as erty: unless then can show a clear,property from rebuilding '
of ordlnaif
tote will not the i harbor, the action our
whether
decide .or diers Home stating that:as Pensacolaand nude and almost all of the pictures title to It. If the nroperty} belongs to l This is not the case, as the city can- .' '- ;'
men I :
... would storms.
go back. the navy yard were, ,badly injuredby removed from the bars. them they should have it and they,not dispossess anyone'of 'property to OIL 3.-That the natural forces existing twill

THREE ORDINANCES WERE the hurricane he could .no longer The marshal had the officers notify have recourse to the courts 'for any which they' hold clear title but only rapidly rebuild these lowereS" ;

.. find employment and 'wQuld haTe to the'saloon proprietors of the order. damages incurred in removing fences those who have erected buildings upon somewhat above the plane oc r.'
APPROVED THE MAYOR. places
iY
return to the home-and requesting and If they are not obeyed. arrests and buildings, which amounts to very' city property.It TRIAL ADJOURNS our highest; tides. : ....

. Three ordinances which were pass- transportation. This transportationwas will follow little. If the property does not belongto is understood that tEe police de- 4.-That moderate storms wjl1: "

"d by the city council at Its meet- forwarded to him, and reached them then they should not be allowed partment detailed a special officer yes- greatly assist in the restoration ol ii
Dg Wednesday niiht' became effec- here Just before he was taken ill evI- ATLANTA.CHOSEN. to build upon it and force the terday afternoon and last night to see By -Auodatad Press. these portions of the1 island.' w-,= : :

tj e yesterday when Mayor Chas. H. dently from cold and exposure during city"into litigation."As that no one rebuilt the destroyed Findlay,' O.; Oct. It -After'a two 5.-That similar openings have occurred :
miss approved them by attaching histignature : the storm for n* appeared'a.ti.tM police BY MAIL CARRIERS the matter stands at present no fences. The officer's Instructions:lt la hours session today the trial' of the ,on the McRae beach and were .? V"I

, to the m a ures.' station and asked1,for assistance one has been really badly injured with understood, were to the effect that if Standard Oil Co., of Ohio charged by the natural forces, rapidly restore '

One of the ordinance provides for and was sent by the. city-physician' to By'Associated Preen the possible except?TO of one or two they attempted to rebuild they wouldbe with conspiracy against trade was and were not reopened! by the recent #4 f
i B'de walks eight feet in width on cer- the hospitaL 7 Peoria BJs. Oct 12.-At the dos wealthy land jumpers. Some of the reported and their arrest' would adjourned until' Monday. The ad- storm. ; !;1
of -
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i electric'' : wiring shall be placed underground some relatives some'one willing to tion of Rural Mall Carriers Atlanta understand that one party is even I, Most of the fence? destroyed were he death of former Judge Burkett. curs within the next few months tft J#>r,

; and the third provides for bear the,expense ,of:" bis funeral he Ga, was selected as the place of the willing ,la dispose of his claim very only temporary affairs built of wreckage The proceedings today consisted of work of rebuilding win be so far i ,'

the assessment and collection of Ad will be.interred' atithe-eipease: of the.. next'convention.. P. E. Lindsay, of cheaoly. If, however any of the poor which iad.btea-thrown upon. 'the testimony by three witnesses summoned .1!

'>a mim taxes county. 4 peorc1a.: :was chosen president people tare been greatly injured-am> ; beach. fejp tts-jjrosecriion., ? r !c ritlncttQartx Bays. y ;

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"with it, and to remove it and clear the i sT
, STREETS ALMOST CLEAROrWRECKOAND streets was an immense undertaking SUFFERERS FROM m. DRINK BOTTLED

but the street force is emerging from I COTTAGE t HILLSpecuL'tiiVTh II .....J .... i -J >}v { r. ,.
the work in good shape, although a 'STORM' fti t- :I h
: : DEBRIS large number of extra men were em- MEET ,0'0, "
; ployed. In clearing1 wreckage new : ... :
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..*. -:1' as many: of them: were'carried'.way.Iain The' Mobile. ;register-'yesterday Cottage EUft?6et Ift- Mrs. C. N. O 0 m r'i.

IMMENSErAMOUN3) WORK'HAS BEEN DONE street, both east and west of says: Levey has retUrned home from a delightful ..
Palafox street;; was also in a bad con At a meeting of the storm'sufferersof visit with friends and- relatives Q ... :.. t r 'r; tv
dition, but this has been cleared, and Coden and Bayou la Batre held in in the"north.. e.
BY'THE'CITY_ STREET FORCE DURING in fact all streets are now about opento the hospital tent at Coden, October Mr. and Mrs. Walters.arrived home -
traffic. 10, preliminaries arranged forA Saturday after a three month's visit Q Before that
were o O' drinking, see you
: . THE P&SX/IW, WEEKS. While carrying on this work of general meeting of the two com- In' Iowa and Indiana,"and report havIng .
--- clearing the streets the force also had munities to be held in the pavilllon had a fine time. o 0 ;,; get the. GENUINE. A word
to make numerous repairs to streets at.Coden, October 12, at 10 o'clock, a. 'Miss Lois Roulette, of Pensacola
An,immense w fk jhe big tre4 ;thaVvhad fallen ,across the spent Friday and Saturday at the Hill
ainouottpf all over the city. In some sections m., at which time an organizationwill
t extenf oJ'trtrd daBHoCnie mpflrectated '' 'Streets blocking them up completely, washouts occurred six and seven feet be effected, having for its purpose the guest of Miss Julia Hahn. o 0 to the wise is sufficient.
except by those who visited the .lf1ater' tackled the lower sections deep and These had to be repaired and the permanent relief of the Mrs. Reeve and Mrs. Beall 'left
streets immediately after th! hurricane ? near the/waterfront, where wreckagewas the streets placed in passable condi storm sufferers and the restorationof Sunday for Pensacola to visit rela.
T has been accomplished during piled into. the streets as high as the wrecked.h<>mes. lives Hygeia Bottling Works
the past two weeks by the street force the houses. Here the hardest work tion.While there is much work yet to be At this meeting a resolution was in Mr. and Mrs. Coffman and sons ,
under Acting Superintendent Spotts- was encountered, as immense timber, done in repairing the damage-done by troduced thanking the many friends: drove to the city yesterday.Mr. 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
wooJA, Hundreds of tone. of wreckage portions of houses, boats and everything the storm the street department has of the coast residents throughout the and Mrs. Breen and little son,
wUsS?Wockaded streets io such'an ext that could be gathered by a hur- situation well in hand and within a state for the prompt and generous aid lW ll am, of dFnsacola, visfoed' Mr. I
r.t. fiutt'it 1mSeveI1 Impossible for ricane, had been washed, ashore and short time will have the damaged extended in this hour of need. Breen's parents, Mr and Mrs. Walterson have no terrors for you
n !?-/i itrfan tcucnrwl over It, have dumped Into"the"streets. The eastern streets in as good condition as before The i meeting] was addressed byM3SSTS. Tuesday. WASHneed!
}.. !.?t & removed,..and an effort made at portion'of the city was bad enough, the storm.TO Bloch and Laurendine of the Mrs. Marriman, Mrs. Finch and u send your Cashing to
:(;rong the passageways"which ex- but the'western section was much relief executive committee. These son Waldo spent Tuesday In the city. The New Method Laundry,
if j betore'th stbfm.'u .. worse. Zarragossa and Government CURE.A COLD IN ONE DAY gentlemen outlined the methods Miss Luta Fairchild, who is teach. PHONE 1188 E.'W.'LAWRENCE. Prop. Nell ethod Itundnr BWj. W. R3IU4A
; .11e the-force at first centered Its streets for"many'blocks was not only Take' LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. which the executive committa Proposed ing at Bluff Springs, spent Saturdayand
AGENTS WANTED.
'JZ removing the hundreds of strewn with wreckage, but piled high Druggists refund money If It fails relief Sunday here with relatives.
on : : to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on to Install for the future
each box. 25c.:! lot the storm-stricken sufferers, and People have been engaged in repair.
1 ing their places since the hurricane
fL [expressed the hope that Coden andI
I Bayou la Batre would soon recover most everyone suffering slightly. Dr.
Call Feeel" I 1 from, the calamity which had befallen Gate's wind mill was blown down
t In 112 days calves fed 'whole milk-\them. and Haverland's barn, also a good H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANYCan
In a feeding test in England'gain d 11 .[ A motion was introduced to request many trees and fences came down.
pounds per head per day as"compare I I a meeting of the citizens on the 12th Miss Levey was in the city Thurs

: with.1.07 pounds with those fed sepa- Inst. to provide for a committee day.Miss Delpha Finch left last even fill orders for lumber, .sash, doors win-
rator skim milk and cod liver oil. t whose duty it will be tt) confer with
About four ounces was found to be [the commercial bodies of Mobile be- ing on the midnight train for Kinsey, dow Glass and all material .
will enter school.
Ala. where she :
the maximum amount of oil which ;;fore appealing for aid to the country
her her. She iWe'won't.be
father accompanying able to make special work
could be fed. A feed relished by I at large. will be greatly missed by. her Cottage L ,-
calves was made up of oatmeal ground I The meeting was well attended, Hill friends. k' for a'few days. Send your orders.
manifested.
linseed meal, linseed cake and lentils- .and great interest was Mr. W. HL Smith was in town on. .:.
feel deeply
The citizens of Coden '
8:5:3:4-cooked: : overnight with a email'1' circulated business this week.Monkey .
:grieved that reports are being
quantity of salt and molasses and fed .to the effect that the newspaper Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
warm In the proportion of three. accounts of the disaster had been .* NDraes.
:' pounds of meal to Jive quarts of water. exaggerated. These reports are utters ."Monkeys make poor norsei" S:11d'
tr I 1 without foundation as it is .impossible zoo keeper. "When they live near a
1 Remedy- For Shoe Boll. to conceive of greater destruction !
stream of water and one of the colony BAY ELECTRIC AND COMPANY
Make an incision into it large enough of both life and property falls sick they invariably toss him
also allow than that the south coast w BEDWELL, PRES, AND MANAGER.
to insert your forefinger and I along
overboard. They don't want him Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short-notice. Ring phone 510 an<1representative a
The TOP of the in the contents to run. out The DEMANDS OF CHICAGO artsrjd. His sighs and groans annoy will call W. T. BWwell, President' and Manager. 205 S. Baylen
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with the finger tear loose all adhesions,i SWITCHMEN REFUSED theme so. 'Psst! Off the dock: street *
then syringe out the cavity with a. 11 "Here In captivity I have to removeat -- ::jI
per cent solution of carbolic acid. Afterward -;, --Chicago. Oct.":'12.-Tue general managers ; once a sick monkey from his com-
inject tincture of iodine sue of the railroads in Chicago who rades' reach.: Otherwise they would
Mellow in flavor. Aged'for years Jn charred dent to wet all parts of the sac withIt recently received demands from the soon kill him. When they can, well I I
and all the further treatment need-! Union Switchmen their lines that FOR REPAIRING
casks, in warehouses flooded with sunshine. 1 on monkeys take a strange joy In tormenting SHINGLES ROOF
ad will be to syringe; cut with carbo- an eIght.hour.day and other concessions -
an Invalid. They bite the end
.Best Northern Rye always selected heals : be granted have decided to refuse -
by a member iized water until It -up. Put a of his tail,. they drag him'about, and
.-. of the fine: boot on the foot to prevent:a recurrence the demand the men. they pinch him. Finally when he We, have all the shingles that you want for

Purest. water from wells sunk' :hundreds'"of feet of injury National by' the .shoe.-C. .V. dies, as many as can find room sit on '"repairsto your roof at $1.50 to $3.75 per
Smead, V. S., in Stockman.
to his close
solid body together, very solemn
into limestone. thousand-pine and
cypress.
z as though engaged. in some religious H
.Goes to the heart, not to' the hea $ Dairy Jottfrn*.. Try -- >?;.* rite."
.--- --.- -. .... Study each cow. Strive to feed her. t-
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b ,Make the next high; ball of' % economically, but amply. ster ** .,.-- Saunders Mill Compa
Clean the mangers' before each grata Care of tie Farm for... ,

feed. Never allow horses to 'wear ,
your Phonr717. 21 East Garden Slraet.i .
RED TOP:RThwrnsIcEr Salt the herd every day. loose fitting collars,says American Cul I ". ,

Weigh out the grain ration. for theDerd. Crape-Nuts tivator. The collars should fit snug. : .. .....
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..:* If* tip.to you" V C : Feed silage after; tnfflfoig. Keep the' horse's. breast clean in warm

-*, tflage and''car out of stable other I weather when the .sweat dries OI). The 1 delivered carrier to
>4 e 1 times. It's the surest builder of sturdy Wash the collar clean while the team Jburrial by
FERDINAND WESTHEIMER. dlh SONS Feed bay after silage in morning and children you ever saw.THERE'S ,Is resting-and wash the breast of.the

two hours ahead of milking at night bone before the sweat dries on. If
Cincinnati O. otiisvill H> St. Joseph Mo, ,
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Arrange bedding the last thing at I A REASON. i proper attention is 'given this matter doOr jot JOc per week

z, nigbt-American': Ccl .ator.--. rarely will tha'horseVbreast_ get sore., your : .
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---- THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL' SATURDAY 'MORN ING. ,oCTcfBER' '1,3. 991 PAGE. UItI,' I

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,WATER SEE THE r.RAlil. .- 1 ; ; 111 s e i iti k
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REPLIES' 1'OMAYQRI S SANTA ROSA \ .- Mrs. Eliza Scheirer.who I- t

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Macungie, Pa., .

and who has 'passed a' ,

Syv ISLAND CUTS I very strenous life, found t'.'

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Denies That'It Is Liable If t vanced that the action of our ordinary! ;: r;;::f;:,. ,. '; ;f. Y, and energy lacking. She \,
"Happiness lies first violent storms will assist rather than '
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of all in health." Penalty ild'Says! Pressure retard.' "
.7.-That I reconmend.or the .
present 10 : : i'j W :4.\: something to give i her -
Sufficient.. f nothing be done, more than ob-' f
Don't ris your: happiness t t serve! carefully the result of the nature'i strength in her declining a
by wearing the al forces. j I
t 8.-That from a comparison of early': 7.. years. For over a year
The
underwear.
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wrong Pensacola Water Company reports with the examination made on she he has used
right kind for this cli- replied to the letter of Mayor PAt.OCea I the 8th. that the work of rebuilding, Duffy's
in which b.e stated to' the c I has materially advanced. I i .: Pure Malt\ Whiskey as a
and this is v
mate season that it was being penalized at $ for the Finest i I beg to report farther that I will >., ,;. r :... .. *tonic-medicine and has
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right here; Where are keep this matter under careful exam-
? rate of $5 per, hour .for every o the World i ination and report to you from timeto found in it the very thing i i
you or fraction thereof that the time and the results as I find them.
the abnoraml storms, naturally, 4 needed for at her
stand pipe Is below a During one
t Prices $1.00 to $7.50 a stage and inasmuch: the scientific blending the lowest places suffer most; partic-i ? time of life.
suit. pipe is claimed to be empty it beans ularly is this true when they become: :
r twenty-four hours per' day. grown submerged by the rise of tide alone ?3, / She writes the following -
have President' -the result of f for then the wave action continues
\Ve a' line ofmen's Pitt's Reply. : .
The letter of President Pitt, I across them and rapid erosion follows i! :.' and cordially) recommends ;
Union Suits this ceived by Mayor; Bliss of successful en: This evidently was the case in the locations -|!
Pure Malt\ l
under consideration, is prob- ,,
season, $2.00 to $4,00'a ternoon as follows: t
"Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 12; ably will be the case alter they'have Whiskey to both young 1,> >
suit.CTANDARDfLOTHINGfO.. "Hon. C. H. Bliss, Mayor, FOOD i been rebuilt by tides and waves. To '
Florida. 'I i avoid then a re-occurrence of this 1 and old: '
"Dear S'r' We are 'In rec Awards in ; believe after the rebulfding has advanced ;:ti: :.?<::: "I would say that I am now in my KV-
jour letter of the 11th lust* and America. : to a few feet above mean low : enty-axth year. Have always lived an :T 1
our attention to the fact that Illus I water that it would be advisable to F attire life. About year ago I began using e .
violating! our franchise as' : Book sent free. assist natural forces by, a series of i DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY a .
the city as shown In section 15 brush fences. so placed as.to catch as a restorative, and I can heartily recommend l;{, ,
JTHIESENVBUILDINGVSOMETHING not having maintained' a & ca Ltd. the sands which are being shifted by it as a very valuable preservative for
number of feet of water In the 1 winds. The results that may be attained iYD.:N and old.** MlS. ELIZA SCUEUI. ;
pipe on Norh HUH; Palafox tr MASS '. by such structures can be seen has EUZA 6CHEIKEK. 76 YEAU OLD May young 6, 'OS.Duffy's }i i,:i
"We claim that we are not all along this island where vegetationand
for the demurrage of five shrubbery has taken root. :
NEW!IE hour demanded by the city :for Trusting I have ,made' myself clear Pure Malt tL'
E Willed! Seautl Pins, 25 and 30c per pair having used the standpipe for A and hoping I convey the assurance 1 Whiskey '
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past few personally feel in the safety of
days as we have our .
W. A. Gahlenbeck, 21) S. Palafos Si ; .
for Just 'such cases by placing a commercial interests If yon wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow of perfect l; t
er tank on East Hill ,and can : I beg to remain health take Xmffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly according to direction.a..d take ao'.
/a other medicines :It is dangerous to all your system with drugs, they poison the body end U "
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that, with exception a Vel'spectfWly yours }. .
COTTRELL, 'I depress the heart while Duffy's Pure Malt whiskey tones and strengthens the heart ,
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. hours,on the} day after the storm Ade Production.. J. E. TURTLE action and purifies the entire system. It ia the only whisker that is recognized*s a med t : i't t 9 J1?!' ,
have maintained a pressure I that have had U. S. Assistant Engineer.Vote icine and contains no fusel oil. This is a guarantee. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has ,: +
Pensacola. stood severe tests for fifty years and has always been found t 1 'J
Fla; absolutely pure and to coo. ? =
by the franchise.J : the Increasing pop- of Thanks. tain great medicinal properties. \ .'sr".I _
"We have endeavored to have Sultan of Sulu' are: On motion a unanimous vote of
TURTON 4 BELL. standpipe repaired, and have' March." The thanks was tendered Capt. Turtle"for, CAUTION.-When you ask your druggist or'grocer for Dufy ; t
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. the last two days found, Sulu," "The ;Military his exhaustive report. 'and a similar i fy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It's the +:-
Kodak Supplies ,Finishing for Amateurs mechanics to do the work. I First Met ,You," vote was also extended to Senator !a } t {
Respectfully yours, rt of Way," "The U. Mallory and Collector Stillman. only absolutely pure medicinal whiskey and is sold only in : ,t'f: -
R. K., WHITE, "P NSAiCOT* A, WATEIR- '' CO. I I Sulu Lulu Loo;' Committee to Continue.As sealed bottles-never in bulk. Look for the trademark the I lsa i :1
W.t"aakH.II."ladllrino' Jeweler, and Gradual 'B., R. Clancy." nothing can be done at presentbut i :'
Old Chemist; on the label and make sure the seal' over the t !
e ptl lan.3Q.S. Palalox Street Pensacola. Fla. await, as Capt.Turtle in his let- ,, J i
Violating Franchise. ter says to see what the action of cork is unbroken. Price $1.00. Medical booklet. and doctor's P a <
Mayor Blisg stated last night I the elements will be in repairing the advice free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester N. Y. ; ;; i
Tersely Told the Water Company is still I t damage done by the storm, no action E btA
the provisions of Its ,franchise I relative to the work which may in future I
Replies to the following want ads that he is imposing the penalty I be necessary there was taken N. GOLDRING, DISTRIBUTER. .1,1; tf
are at this office to be, called for: per hour as he gave the, I the committee was continued Indefin-I ,
-X," "W. B W.," "Reference,1 tice that he would. ,He says the itely. As Senator Mallory will not be A& & & & _ _ _ _ _ _ '
""Farm" "Woodsman," Filer, "S. R. pany's franchise provides that I 't,: in the city a great deal longer it was destruction, it is hard to imagine to :" 'N 'l .i Jf
((tip" "R. U D;,- "N. P.,' "A. B. shall at'all times be voted to:;adckanothex knember to the anyone visiting the place. True the '
C:: "Homemaker"Mr. certain amount of water In the r ra committee and President :Mayes appoInted sidewalks were washed away and a : ; ;

and Mrs. Alex Walter of Co allowed pipe or the to go water below there a certain' must member.Geo. '1'. Morgan as the third good away many or damaged wharves to a greater were washed or less MAKE THE SPARE ROOM :I 1 Ii. :

tage,Hill, spent last night in the city ,
This he claims' has been violated Efforts Appreciated. extent, bat not sufficiently but what : -f
the guests of the latter's daughter, that the there) have been safe landings for all : .
furthermore requires Senator >taUorys, activity .J Jn this, 4
Mrs. Wm. F. Breen, of East Hill.
sife, is not being ,given. matter has been highly ,appreciatedand vessels at all times since the cessation : EARN
Miss: >Annie Ruth, ,the 8:year-ol during a fire he said,: when the the whole communliy"feels"grateful of:the storm.. T wo or three 4 MONEYY
daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Caro, panv should have given a t to him, for hls-igorts. to protect small boats were 'driven'ashore, hut ;rf ,.
of 916 East Jackson street, has been of 150 pounds It furnished .' Pensacola's Jnterests. none 'of them were": badly damaged: :
III with typhoid fever for some time pounds. 'r Only one building was damaged In 4 t
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'I. T1 ere ll be.lots visitors here this winter : :.
and is still under the physicians' care. DAMAGE LIGHT the least as far the Bony can learn : -d
ESCAPED CONVICT and that John R. and might just as well furnish 1
The many friends of Mrs. Jas was Thompson's you up .i :, I 1I
Smith, of East Hill, who has been CAPTURES IN AT ST., ANDREWThe small new freight house,, built upon that extra room, and make it earn your ,' .; !!f

quite which:ill she due underrwent from the nervous as the, strain resultof I Sheriff Van Pelt received E'C' last Issue of ths St. Andrews his from wharf.under:It The and pilings It tilted were over washed close :4 "pocket change." Twenty-five to fifty dol- i. ; '1

the storm will,be pleased! to know Gulfport tion yesterday to the from,effect tha: that r Buoy Extravagant says: outrageously untruthful by and Intact is now and being will righted be placed up in practically its- I lars will do it handsomely and the: etrnings:1: ;. j I
that she is better.
now 'Wi bb, colored 'an escaped reports concerning the dam- original position. from the room will soon pay for it. f : ,jl Jl
Wreckers continue at work on the from the county chain gang here age sustained by St. Andrew in the : tug Simpson, which was driven on the been capturede there and that by late storm are being industriously cir. r f
rocks near Sullivan's wharf, but it is ing the officers a reward, and a culateg In some parts'of the country. '. FOOTBALL. : BUY NOW PAY LATER. J 1
believed that the tug will be safely of $%which 'had ,been Imposed of Sulu. What! the parties think to gain by_circulating ( University of the South 57; Southirn -" : Jr
floated to-day. Ways have been built the negro the local ',sheriff these reports of wholesale j Presbyterian University 0.7he I'
under the vessel and the workmen take Charge of him. As no ( supplied by George -- I ,{ ;It
hope that she will slide into the water has been offered it Is not likely humorist and are '
without trouble. the Gulfport officers will see the vein; and the Journal's Daily Fashion Feature MARSTON & QUINA : j l'
of the $50' of which they now of the kind that is j ,
There is none just as gvod as Blue visions.
was composed 103/110. S/Palafor St. Phone 149 Pensacola Fla. It J
Ribbon Lemon and /anilla. Aboslutely Webb shot a negro named f
pure, go twice as far and the "Blue Williams about two years since : of Sulu" and his .. i t
Ribbon Flavor" Is perfection. Ask was given a twelve months galaxy of beautiful re NN................................................ f}
for the 25c size.UDIES part of which be had served ', together with
made his escape.
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RELIEF Card of Thanks. here next Monday ). F DAVIS, JEWELER ,
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I I wish to thuank Mr. T.Mooney -.;. iit Now ?# .
Mr. Willie Ray for saving"tha in !
M. Clay Drama. New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St. t :
SEWING CIRCLEAS of myself and my children at the opera house .j.
the recent storm'; and'also to Rowland & Clifford's a ,
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Mr. Geo Bauer. Mr. G;: R., "Thorns and Orange
Mrs. Glover and :Mrs. F. } by Lem B, RESUMING WINTER HOURS .J

ADJUNCT TO WORK OF STORM their storm.kindness to me' during rtha. M. Clay's popular' try our) store will be open until 8 o'clock, and on Saturday l

RELIEF COMMITTEE-MA- MBS. ANNIE M '. first name.produced last until 10 o'clock.Coo's. 'f ll

CHINES ARE NEEDED.' GLASS Theatre Chicago :BooJx. Store :
I AND 6LAZING. ,,and scored an in
which has New Brent Building. Phone 235. I If
E. B. WELLS 10 E. INTEND been du- I j :
A number of prominent ladies of company which has t i
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this city have organized a sewing circle in the larger 'cities f : t
aa an adjunct to the work being;

mlttee carried and on by they the are storm now relief busily com-enpaged "The Best Is What We the of play the is love,the of old a Coal and Ice for Sale' Winter and Sumifier.1 p'I' .

in making clothing for the r : d handsome man, and
storm sufferers. of a villian to dis- Get our prices before placing your orders. We ,: 1 .

The Sunday school room of the and how he is foiled sell Jellico, Galloway and Alabama' best lump coal .
First Presbyterian church has been WE husband and wife are We still maintain.our up-to-date ice deliver" "tt
wnred and the ladies do their work ends in happiness_ k
there. Pour sewing machines are HAVE Clifford have engaged 1 1aP system. ,Our price for ice on platform at factory -J .
now running and more can be kept worth to pre- "
headed by the 25 cents per hundred. pounds or over. Phone 2 t f
busy Jf tho ladies volunteer in sum- well-

dent"do any numbers.of this work Every Is lady requested who can to JUST-RECEIVED. Earths before LIndon on numer,who I The:. ,Moore Ice Compan 1!i' 1

taU there and take her scissors with ACASK support of her father t Factory, .Corner, Garden; and Manresa Streets, ,:'
her in Damon & Pythias,
and anyone who can donate raw ; I II
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material Tn the way of dry goods OF of Monte Cristo. I g i''r ; P. O. Box 422. Phone 232 :Y

which! can be made Into clothing or I ? '
bidding, Is requested to send it there. -- 9 9it ;
The work which these ladies are ..GERMANDILL OLD. >
doing is a splendid one and will remit to ment.Profitable Employ. 4.. t
in great relief to those wh lost II i j jII ''i,
all in to grow old. 1 t :;
the'storm. t ?
More sewing machines are needed of strenuous competi '
and those who are in a position to to maintain, as t COAL AND WOOB T.i.
PICKLESAlso ones
loan machines to the sewing circleare youthful appear- i -
requested 'to do so. Ladles who ,
to do r
desire to assist In the work may do this without i I '
ro either by coming In person, sendinga' some growth of hair. (
sewing girl or donating raw material Onions, Limburger of Dandruff indicates i I -.'-' We deliver tee, Coal, Charcoal and Wood any- '
a burrowing '' I -
Swiss Cheese, r ,thrives on the germ roots : II j'I t where in the city. We can supply you in any quan- lit:

Torments of Tetter and Eczema" Al- ries, and Mackerel.RosenauLi it causes total bald- Z tity and our service always prompt. Steam and domestic \ iiI

The intense layed.Itching characterise I Is the only I coal., ? Woodcut, any size. fi
of eczema tetter and like skin dls- of this pest, and It l 1. J .r"
eases is inrtanfy allayed by ppfytt Ger It Is delightful to I '
SEWALL
: E. G. I Ii
Chamberlain's Salve and many sever an elegant hair The cut Dlustrates a graceful house and on each side of this vest embroidered 'f.
cases have been .
permanently cure* In Oriental colorings were : -
by its THE ,FANCY GROCERS, as Dandruff cure. frock of soft silk or crepe; the skirt] pieces
use. For sale by all druggists. -there Is none. being snnpllated. and the waist ac- set'in, these of In the turn silk being embroidered outlined bya 4 26 North Tarragona Street.. !t 1JJ.:
A. D'Alembert, cordlonplaited. The model was In band i -
Phone No. 178 116 SOUTH PALAFOX .121 South dark wine red, which Is to be one of raised dots the size of a pea. The : ':Phones (614 and 363. ;

Is Now Working.Sol ;, :Phone 391 send,Herciclde lOc In ce.:stamps, De the tumn.most The fashionable yoke and colors collar this was au of girdle was and made bands 0'of ine the f" a f fs red, embroidery the f ,. t t iI.I. I'

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PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL- ?, SAT' Iifi'AY MORNING, ,OCTOBER, 13.. t,90S '\ .

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everybody and having a good time Ay '. Cberry PectortI.

wherever is to like people and
AD5CON'OINGDANKEn you go ==
DAfrLYi WEEKLY. f SUNDAY. The turning of the .tide of }ome- to, take an Interest In their lives. It _

I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J seekers southward Is an unexpected does not matter whether Is a princess -

result of the passage of the railroad or a serving maid, a statesman or -=

&. -BY." rate bill farmer whom are thrown with TOPICAL, SUMMER SONG. A. Crasher
with its abolition of passes. a you' ., :....:.-- '
-- : for few minutes or a few hours; find Thsre la a prominent official InWasv
c THEJOURNALCOMPANY. Yet Mr. Brobston as quoted in the a CJvelr Ditty TTltk a Stlrrlas CIa....
: out the main Interest 'of the life you iBgton, a frequent diner at the T1:
.. Times-Union Tuesday shows that it is I That H.. YFom Pvfclio Favor. hotels
--- -- -
; -- --C't -- and who Is most fastidious in
---
have met, and talk about that his
doing so and why. Since real estate That annual arrival, the summer, ideu
FCMftK L MAYCS, PreaJcUnt and General, ManagerM. I you will: Interest yourself and your :with respect to the service rendered tj (
men In the east can no longergetpasses I song, Is once more In op midst and waiters. One afternoon
f
this
too.
; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATES PRESS. :! for the parties they transport,, Wires to All Parts of the bearer This human nature lover,Is a sepa- refuses to vacate the public haunts feeling somewhat under the weather oficiaL:

they are looking nearer home and the music and mirth bold until decided to omit his
1- World rate and distinct Individual from the where sway usual substantial
-- ---- -- Kept Hot Trying
% RATES south gains where the west loses.-! I man who calls himself a student of the changing leafes warn the summer lunch and to substitute therefor sent s
SUBUCRIPTION
: % '
Jacksonville Times-Union. nature. This student looks: at boarder ci ywards.The light refreshment As he entered
/.One Tear .. .. ..........$5' 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 S S I' To Locate Him. human eafe of a fashionable hotel] the :yenofula
rf81x'UOllths .. .. .. .. .. 2'50 One Week. .. .. .. .. .. 10 I his neighbors usually through a quiz- summer song has, been a regular a new ,
Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly'Edition, per ir..$1' CO The Hungarians that struck on the': zing glass and continually takes Inventory and not unwelcome visitor for waiter with the grandest of mnacen, -

-i i Apalachicola Northern' Railroad arrived -' .New York Oct 12.-Cablegrams to of their vices defects and several years. Hitherto It.has always hastened forward to take the hat ami : :

In town last Sunday over one all out weaknesses. The other person comes coat of the official He then assumed '\'iJceifea
ports in the world were sent been associated in the popular mind
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed hundred strong to'be paid off It was I to-day asking the authorities to keep to his or her fellows with love In the 'the in 'which 'tempo the the blandest of expressions atd awaited '
with waltz
I the order.
i Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. first thought that they would give our watch for Manuel Silveira the Havana heart and in her mind the one ephemeral warm weather ditty has almost bill of fare the Scarcely official glancing said at tt, est

officers some trouble but such was banker, who is accused: of having thought: "We are brothers and "sis- ThIs : "Briar 'T.U
been written. .
invariably me a milk toast1 The
waiter
not the the What I do for your She heard,
case cashier Guest drewa absconded with more than $1- tern can
; 'hOles (Editorial Rooms 38 I 1 Papers on Sale on Trains long sigh of relief when he handed 000,000 thereby causing the assignment .Cares only and looks only for the grand year however the form if not the subject but remained motionless, all attention the

\ Business Office 1500 and at all News Stands. the last one his money. Most of them in this city of the banking and human sentiments In the heart of each of the summer song has been to lieu the rest of the anticipated or. jCC

departed last Tuesday over the Sea- commission house of Juan M. Cebal- man. or weman she meets, 'says entirely changed and it comes to us in der. "That's all I want," said the ofl. 1fer..
-
board for Chicago and Pittsburg. Mr. los & Co.. who failed on Wednesdaywith Woman's Life. a novel and wholly different guise. cia!. "hurryupr ,

Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendencia and DeLuna Sts William Baur agent here for the road liabilities between $3,000,100 For Instance, a new: song called The waiter went away with disap. 2
.. .._- -----.......- -, .., ., that and And somehow she finds them. Be
and
-' $4,000,000.It .
announced Wednesday morning pointment contempt
"Alice, Where Art Thou Going and stamped npoa
-a his ticket sales on Tuesday amounted was anounced here to-day that the'q antity great or infinitesImallysmailshe which has : into Immediate popularity -i every feature of his haughty count&- it.er S
sprung
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY,,:MORNING. OCTOBER 13. 1906. to over* 23,000-Gadsden County Silveira is POt on board the steamer calls it out. She has friends Is written m stirring march nan<'e. The official had not failed to !
Times. Carmelina in which he and his family everywhere., People love her believe 4
." sailed from Havana.. :it is said and confide in her- Why? Becauseshe ,time, and unlike the dreamy,, languorous observe the disposition of the waiter! ; dannf\
he decided
The City and abolition stock of New England, or of I The Lkeland Sun has changed proprietors that the present whereabouts of the loves, believes In and takes an waltz bass tendency to rouse the eo not to give hIs usual {

I the newer blood of today, one single I and is now published by the Carmelina are known,' and that the Interest In everybody. drooping hotr-Xreather spirits of lethargic generous fee. The waiter after coaIderable -

he Water Front Claimants. Northern man who has ever pulled up Sun Printing Company with W. W. destination of the .steamer to which I pleasure seekers in dancing pavilions delay, slowly returned with f 4

of Bliss In his. Northern stakes and settled him- i Norman, editor and J. N. Huchlngson. -It is said Silveira and his family or overcrowded trolley cars. the toast* As he laid it down, he also: 8we
The action Mayor removg -
self permanently for residence in the : business manager.-Live Oak were transferred two days out from PASTEURIZED MILK.r Furthermore has tempted roost of placed the bill upon the table-a check

; the temporary fences and other I I South who did not within twelvemonths Democrat Havana has been ascertained. I the bands and_ orchestras at the sea for 25 cents the price of the modest 9

tnall incumbrances which tad been and with his whole heart, absorb S S W. V. Rowe receiver of the wrecked Simple pome Method of Securing shore and other. resorts to repeat this dish."That's.

rected on certain portions of the and adopt into life and action the i The St. Augustine Record has moved and- firm, said to-dat that every effort Safe Food For Babies. lively number time and again at each a small check," he remarked eta'paso

rater front now claimed ,by the city creeds and customs of the South upon Into its elegant new building was being'made apprehend Sil Pasteurized milk is that which has superciliously. 'I
for the excellent that
been with concert reason
equipped a new plant ,
T this problem and we will confess in veira who he said was a close per- been heated to a temperature of be- ;
rill the of the vast said the '
; meet approval ma- "Yes official
throughout The Record Is one of the they as musicians enjoy the relief dryly, jj
of
humility that are all right and we sonal friend of _President Castro
you tween 155 and 170 degrees and kept at
-
of citizens who are in favor of in state and the would have been 50 cents at
Drity are all wrong.' If you do not find this best dally papers the Venezuela and had important financial which it affords them from the per- a tit1 thtIirc
; etaining what waterfront property man among our great army of Northern Sun is glad to note its prosperity.. relations! with the head of the tnat temperature from ten to thirtyminutes formance of' musical numbers which class bouse."-American Spectator.

1' Ights are still vested in the city. : citizens, you ought "simple hon Gainesville Sun. S S *. South AmericanJlepublic. Detectiveshave before being rapidly cooled have become "flat. stale and unprofit rei
and ice.
The Journal is not entirely familiar esty to shut up your factories of denunciation Edftor- Alfred Salnt-Clair Abrams of been employed to run down Sil put on able." Su;

rith the specific case or cases which ,' or put up a nobler line of the Tavares Herald ana Cartoonist veira, Mr. ,Rowe said, and their opin- It may seem strange that a lower While the,story and lines of "Alice, -- lo
Hart Screen Fice Bowts.Because
r
ion ig that the Cuban banker will temperature than the boiling point
comment upon the problems which Where Art'Thou
Going can hardly
before I. L. ,
Taylor had a trial Julge
the object of MayorBliss's at- bad not
rere she screened
your brethren have helped to make. Farris 'at Jacksonville last Monday strain every nerve to reach Vene- should be the one selected but bacteria be described as even semiclassicaland I

ention yesterday but we understandhat So much for theedItors.. They do not charged* with uttering a criminal libel zuela. which cause milk to sour are it is certain that they will never !, finger bowl with the regulation eight },

his action is in line with the represent the mass. The mass of the against former governor W. S. William N. Cromwell of Cromwell killed at J55 degrees, and the disease occupy a niche In' any ball, of fame- een mesh wire, .Mrs. R. L. Arnold t con,

suggestions which The, Journal madoI Northern people are In sympathy with Jennings The defen4ents were represented & Sullivan, counsel for the receiver germs which are likely to be presentare the chorus Is herewith submitted to well known New Orleans water color Co
of Ceballos stated that it
the South upon the question. & Co.. to-day will have to answer in thesecorder's
negro artist
few days: ago regarding ,the city'sluty by Attorneys John E. Hart- the money taken by Silveira Included destroyed at 170 degrees. give an idea of the general prevailing rio

( in' protecting its water front ,this much we are absolutely sure. ridge and Frank W. Pope. and' the $600,000 which he had collected from For the mother who wishes to pas trend of the public taste: court for alleged violation fee

erests. 'In.1 The truth of, the matter Is that the prosecution by D. U. Fletcher and A. the Cuban government on treasury. teurize at home the simplest and (with Alice where art thou going of the now celebrated cistern: screening ,
average northern knows llttle W. Cockrell Jr. law a New Orleans dispatch isme
man or says
Every private citizen who warrants. care) a safe method Is to place Where shall we spend the day
waterfront
: owns I'nothing of the race problem as it prpIsents A number of witnesses were examined Ceballos & Co. were heavy pur- the milk In glass jars, fill a pall with Alice we'll make a dead swell showingIf to the New York Herald. Inspector for

property and who can show a I' Itself to the South Here the and the defendants were held chasers of these warrants which boiling water and place the jars in It costs my whole week's pa/. G. Young acting for the board of enFo

roper title to same should be and I in a bond of $400 each to await the were Issued to the Cuban veterans ,My coin was made for blowing- health of New Orleans made the affidavit ;
The should
Is this. water to
everywhere in evidence come nearly
negro ; action of the criminal court which > Girlie If* to
; rill be protected in his rights I after the close of the SpanishAmerican up you- and an hour later Mrs. Arnold
I there he Is-in most localities merely will soon convene.-ocala Banner. the top of the jars and above the milk. Sail or ride or roam the sands -
But no citizen who has been war. Some $300,000 additional the bands herself appeared In court with the
simply a negligible quantity. SS Set the pall In a warm place and Or sit and listen to
Albert Gilchrist of.Punta uncollected warrants were found in Alice where art thou going finger bowL She uses the receptacle
iquatting on the water front and who][: Few negro.servants are employedat General W. Silveira's safe according to advices stir the milk occasionally. The milk is r
sannof show title to his claims should I Gorda has returned from his European heated to the desired degree before It Is not known whether the author to wash her paint brushes, and it ii
the North few other received to-day by the Ceballos firm
[ ; occupations
iver be permitted to trip. The "Gentleman froraDeSoto" the water lowered to had in mind the, president's daughter nearly always tull.of water. The inspector .
occupy any por-i than menial there from Jose Beola.who; Is acquitted of is the pasteurizing -
| are open to the colored will doubt be
now no soon
I stated that he visited the
when In the throes of composition but ar
:ton-of knowledge of Silveira's
that property until his title to'' any allegedwrongdong. temperature.! Lastly and most important -
I man and as a natural consequence -heard from regardIng his candidacy the to take it for tist's house and examination La
: It has been affirmed by the courts. for The General Is one of : Another cable received cool the milk by,running cold public appears granted upon
I to the average Northern community governor. from' Beola to-dav indicated thathe water Into the then that he did and joins in the chorus found that the bowl was unscreened
the hearted earth.- pall stopper quick
bIg men en
the "race problem" is simply total alleged to* b ; under and contained several "
The amount lave ntaken" and with renewed vigor the impression "wiggletaUs, or
Rockefellers rather Gainesville Sun. ly set orf Ice.
and son- I an abstract proposition. *, from Ceballos by SilveIra'is that it'is paying a compliment to baby mosquitoes. Judge Marmouget
Remember
recently ran a race to the polls. But-as the' about 1000000., 'In addition to th> 'that pasteurized milk In the
Georgian Intimatesletthat Nothing shows more conclusivelythe Mrs. Longworth. Indulged a hearty laugh over
Fhey have been running close I $200,000 In outstanding liabilities may easily become contaminatedagain
a corporation proposition. once become a living, prosperity of any community than are and only Insure affidavit but nevertheless Mrs. Arnold
for some time but the 'matier vital an increase in the amount of its bank gone. proper care can must answer the charge.A .
reality and
the
,
man of the North its
'I remaining sterile. Good ELECTRIC MILKER.
hasn't deposits. That bank deposits in FlorIda -
i got to the polls yet. Ir1iuv
will be found A Craft.
standing with his Housekeeping.
have Increased more than $18,000;
I brother of the South. In' other While It is rarely,employed by Europeans Device by Which Boy hUb Thirty Deadly' Weapon.
words 000 in four Is the gratifying --
years '
I What One State The gentle wave of a lace
as method of, travel edged
the ,difference between the two colorsis showing made in the new publicationof a ,, even In .. two Cow.In Fire Minates.Charles
t Doing. not local-It Is racial. the Seaboard Air Line railway's industrial emergencies, the catamaran. of the Death to Jack Rabbits. Fran.clS.' a farmer near Medina handkerchief has carried more poor

department, which was reproduced Madras fishermen, of India is by all Railroad men are predicting the co k N. Y.. is using a patent cow milker fellows to their doom than the mighty
.
South Carolina seems to have succeeded The Jacksonville Times-Union in- in condensed form In Thurs- odds the,most.extraordinary of water plete annihilation of jack rabbits aloof operated by electricity transmitted breakers of the sea.-Exchange.

in solving the: .Intnigratlon: : advertently day's Times-Union. Since 1902, that vehicles. It consists simply: of three the Southern Pacific line between from a power plant five miles away
credits the Tampa Times statement shows the number of Yuma and Tucson and also between Reprove thy friend privately, commend
problem-or, at least, has came nearer national logs lasheditogfthqr and u.sh with the says a Rochester special dispatch to
with the
publication of Colonel Robert banks has Increased 80 cert Tucson and EI Paso, says the Tucson him publicly. Solon.
doing so than ant other Southern per surface' of 1119.water. On these a ,fisherman the New York World. The Ontario
i W. Davis" readable and valuable from 20 to 36, the state banks have (ArIL) Citizen.. The electric headlight comPany has
state. (sometipe(two of more fisher- completed a power cable
: series of remiscences. It is to the increased: In number nearly 170 per they say la doing the business, for it
stands and with from Niagara Falls to Syracuse 150
men) ,
a single oar pad-
Among that state's public officials energy of the Tribune however that cent;' the total increase in numberof seems to'Iltupefl and frighten cold the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
,
miles and its charter furnish
dles himself by must
far out to sea., A Madras ,
t Is one known as the commissioner of the publication of these banks in four years was over 130 percent long eared creatures which sit on the For Member of Congress 3rd Congres.
articles is
current the route. Farmers
In fisherman will venture out when boat- along particularly -
agriculture commerce and Immigration due. capitalization ,surplus and track until they are .run down and sional] District-
profits the increase has been enor- men will not'launch their craft and dairymen,. are making great WM. B. LAMAR. of Jefferson.For .
which position is filled by the killed. Just bow many thousand jack
plans for using the current for all kinds
in
mous. The people cf Florida had deposited even weather when boats cannot be
Hon.' E. J. 'Watson. The G. O. P. managers in New? in the banks on October 1, thiy launched he will I go through the surf rabbits' there are along the Southern sit farm work. That Niagara falls will Justices of the Supreme Court

Now, instead of quietly trusting to York intimate that they will be compelled year magnificent sum of 32196.I: and out to ships with letters, for the Pacific is problematic, but the railroadmen fee milking the cows between the falk CHAS. B. PARKHILL, of EscambJa

luck-as our own state does-and ,to spend money to defeat 381, an increase of nearly 134 per! delivery of which he gets a few pence. say that the ranks of the representatives and Syracuse to no idle dream. JAMES B. WHTmELD' of Leon.

cent in four years. With an estimated of Kansas are rapidly being Farmer Francis is ,an ardent advocate f
-
tassively accepting such immigrants HearslWe.trust In order to catch their few be-
that they also ships a Bor Railroad Commissioner:
may population of 600,000 last year- thinned out Before the day of strong
of electric-
s came her South Carolina lated travelers have been known the cow milker. for a NEWTON A. .
) may way. spend considerable wasted to BUTCH. of Levy
$54 electric the
time. nearly deposited per capita-It is headlights jack rabbits
of fifteen milks his
: las beer.. trust themselves boy thirty-two R. HUDSON BURR, of Dade. :
wise enough to send Commissioner a showing of which Floridians may on catamarans. Theyare would sit along the road and gaze at
I e ws in less than five minutes, even
Watson abroad in the hope I That Chicago crank who is lecturing -I well! feel proud.-Jacksonville Times- united In the statement, that, the the trains as they passed by. Now the the Irascible kickers. Mere manual labor For State Senator, !tend District: ..

that he may succeed in turning south. on the origin of the earth should I Union. ride on the logs was the most nerve rabbits sit on the track stone blind would for this work JOHN S. BEARD. '.
same require
S
.' )ward some' portion of the tide of immigration. lose no time in securing Mr. Rockefeller It is said, that A.' K. Taylor, the trying experience they had undergonein waiting death by the engine wheels. four men two hours, not counting tbt i
House of
a land that holds a new thrill for the For Member Representatives
's opinion on the subject. He well known Florida cartoonist, will go at i kicking cows the flies, the switching 'CHAS M. COSTON. ii
stranger turn. The and
The term "some portion" is used seems to own the earth. to Augusta Ga., to illustrate TornWatson's j I every sea Novel Building of Summer Home. tails and other 'drawbaCks. M. 0. BAQGETT. ii
:
an occasional ducking have no terrors In order to complete a costly summer i
advisably; for in discussing this I new weekly paper. The pen -
is mightier than the sword, and the for these natives, not even the extremely home at Geneva Wis., in iliac for use For Tax Assessor:
J question it should never be forgotten Senator Bailey now ascribes the .
at-
cartoon mightier than the pen-i young and'in reality the catamaran this season a novel method was resorted W. W. RICHARDS., i

: that many of the immigrants who tacks on' him as being due to Mr. with a whole lot of people who read \ is not entirely to be scorned for to. An enormous circus tent was GreenWhowas One )Man' Wisdom- ,. ; .

.. are annually landed at Castle Garden Hearst's personal animosity The anti think with difficulty.-Live Oak It Is, after, all,,nonsinkable. secured and erected over' the spot : It that said, "Let :: For Tax Collector:
me make the
; are altogether unsuited to the South. latter certainly has money, but It Democrat. where the building was to stand. This are not who songs makes of a nation and "1 J. S, ROBERTS.For i
Its
It is often taken for granted that hardly lalks that! loud. Clae 'Wonder. was at the beginning of winter. The Brown-I laws?
The National Campaign Book" Is One of the recently dIscovered'1rOl tent covered entire don't know the man's name, County Treasurer:
':! an acre and with I
Immigrants from the south of Europe General Funston will out and those people who don't know ders of China Is a mountain of alum numerous fires burning constantly the but he was! a ,wise guy, all right. J. ED. WILLIAMS.For .
Mil be more readily assimilated by not reign in why they are Democrats would do Green-Because why? BrownBecause
which Is ten miles In circumference at work of -
: and
foundation
excavating
Cuba
after all. General Bell has well to send to the Democratic Con- it is Members of
the South than any other class. This possible to evade the laws School Board
Its base. It is 1900 ,
feet and
high the laying proceeded night and day.
bowever is a great mistake. The tolled his knell, and Teddy is no longer pressional Committee In WashingtonCity Chinese quarry the alum in large but one can't get away from the'songs, W. E. ANDERSON.H. .
and get a copy of it. That will t G.
DeSILVA.
I
people from the north of Europe have in the"swim. gfve them 243 pages of sound Democratic l blocks. Soldiers With Weak Heart. Chicago especially News.:wben-.they become popular. W, M AGERTON.For ; .

; much more in common with our own facts, figures and arguments Nearly 500 men fall out from the .

people and it promises well for Commissioner New York Politics are now described -enough to keep them Democratic and The Cry From Kan**. ranks: of the British army every year Member Board County Com:;] 3

T Watson's mission that ha as "very warm.." Should like to convert all their Republican neighbors ,Let the of pessimistic prate about the PAIl owing to weak hearts and other defects So to Be Trifled With. sloners
gloom ahead
seems to" be spending much of. his see something warm down this way .-Live Oak.Democrat.. And call up scares and panics and a host brought about by the illogical Love bad :Just laughed at the lock J. B- ROBERTS.JNO. .

; for a change. of troubles dread; '!. system of physical training In the smith. A. MERRITT
abroad The New York
time in north Germany Bel-- correspondent of a
Berlin The man of woe might Just as well cra.lW8.7 army. sa.l Sir Frederick Trevea at "Why don't you laugh at the milliner JAS. M. ANDREWS.
111 -and newspaper: In stating the
Holland. Senator Ladgeof declares back la his den Sherburne the other day. This system and the landlord'and the (" H. C. CLOPTONJAS.
Massachusetts
charges made grocer
I' Florida br one Wilenskl who When from oft the Kansas wheatflelds .
to-day stands as badly in according to the London Mall is asked R. STEWARD.
now a bystander:
that the Democrats "are aimingat accuses Florida turpentine firm of comes a call for hired men.

J need of immigration as South Carolina class )legislation. But not tho peonage, says "the laws of Florida allow under review. "Because," replled''Love., "they atjrays

but, ;while ,it has'Often been sug-- class he Is in. a man to be Imprisoned for debt. We sometimes our statesmen get discouraged act. at \be way I make mefeel< .mighty, serious.-,

gested that the state legislature move The laws of Florida do notiallci' I' Imprisonment And the corporation scandals worry Flung Her Face. Houston Post : .

ion the jnatter: it has. hitherto been The Washington police have had for debt. They have not somewhat-that's a fact- She started, recoiled and then bent TYPEWRITERREPAIRS
allowed It for seventy-eight years. One But,we feel the ship a-nghting, and we're
Instructions: to keep their helmets
found impossible to do anything in on section of a law adopted in 1828 reassured again anxiously nearer her mirror."A Wemea Money Earner

this direction. Great bodies move straight. AS a warning to the crooks reads: "In no case shall a. capias ad When from off the Kansas: woeatfleldscomes wrinkle, as rm alive!?" she ex the' %
Unfortunately of
majority
' elowly and then often in the wrong possibly. satisfaciendum be Issued upon a a can for hired Ken. claimed. en money earners remain' amateurs worn-In

direction. and it may in the long run According to the Atlanta Journal. judgement nor shall the body of any For the Lord can't mean to ruin those to She was of a bouyant temper bow- their work 'as' well'as In their accomplishments -
defendant be subject to arrest or confinement whom he sends good crops; ever. S Having secured the services of an
that with the entire
prove us ques- "there is project on foot to restore for the payment of money.! We can deal with all the problems of our "I suppose m have to put a good and studies. They often pert repairer we beg to notify the p J
tion must be left private'initiative offlces and work for years without If that we are now prepared to overt
to shops considering
the garden'of Eden." Better locateit except It be for fines Imposed by lawful face ,on it," she said, reaching forth-
adojuat rebuild all makes of t)1)f'1L
or
And the
solving of our troubles cannotbe their time and labor could not be
i and private mear-s. first. authority. This was one of the beyond our kenWhoa. with for the necessary materhls.ck. .- spentto era and adding machines and cash --* -
first laws passed by the territorial leg from betteradvantage., If a young womanis ten. All work guarantee Estimat*
off
I The anti-Palma, or liberal faction This is the sort of weather that slature. Spain ceded what was then comes that eaU the for Kansas hired wheatflelds me!). i to earn money at all. why should she ed. Telephone machine or as call and and we make Yom an eif ex .

T- In Havana is to start a newspaper 1 makes Coal Baren Baer feel good and known as East Florida and West Denver Eepa1csa.Husbasda. {I An EeoBomleal Place. not put ambition and energy Into her your nation[ and estimate. ,

? agaIn. It will need "liberal" backing i the average citizen feel in his pocket. Florida to the United States in 1821. Short-Isay, old man, will you lend work to accomplish much as posci .'.._.
A territorial eovernment was set upend ;. me|5 for an hour? Long-No. Go and bloT She should, not allow herself to -

I Mr. Rockefeller thinks we shouldoil in 1S45 Florida. with Its present! The woman who said that she knew sit in ,the park for an hour; then you be satisfied with doing anything short PensacolaTypewriter
r Public North boundaries was admitted into the her husband didn't drink because be of her best In
Opinion our roads :{. Union as a. state. At the date of its drank so much ,water In the morning It is by' no.means desirable
and South. grease his pocket a little that all
more.A
i admission that relic barbarism
I
Imprisonment Isn't In it with .
the who Exchange
:}: ; woman says Broken EasIlsh. women should. be- but
money ,earners
The Atlanta Georgian certainly hits 1 for debt had been abolIshed
Mississippi man was re entIykilled' that the reason berhusband doesn't go Teacher-What are the parts of it is most.Important thtall should be
the mark when in a recent Issue it declares seventeen years.-Times-Union.
by a slap in:the face. Couldn't . to church Is because'he is already as speech? Tommy Tucker-It's-It's whena capable of:earning enough to support PHONE 1369

in discussing the race question. face it, as It, "were. "Emphatic and Enthu iastic."* good as he can be.-Detroit .Free Press. man stutters.-Chicago Tribune. themselves q&iT those dependent-upoa

f that the Northern papers do not as a IYoung- The endorsement of the proposed J themAmerican., Magazine 313-315 Brent BuildingFemenina'ftr

rule, represent the mental attitude of Man",Dr wned. nomination of Hon. T.. A. Jennies f for

the Northern people toward the negro. Houma La., Oct. 12.-Henry Lou. governor continues In most emphatic t tx

,As our Atlanta contemporary forcibly viere;; JS-year-old' son of Alphonse and enthusiastic terms to 'be heard
Louvlere and another) boy. Eddie from all parts of the state.; Never before .
$
f; it
puts : Whitney,'erein.': : a skiff, which was have we seen the principles of

To these fiery and unthinking romt overturned both beys being thrown old fashioned Democracy more forcibly ; m'eji nijii.1fJIijEauai L

mentators who mould, the apparent Into the water.-. ',Whitney saved himself Illustrated. In this case.the office

public opinion of the North we present but his companion went down. seeks 'the man most persistently, and

!one unanswerable proposition:] The bodifras. recovered shortly after, we don't see how the.Colonel 1 'can re
t Find,us in all Your ranks whether; Yt'ardL' fuse.-Carrabelle Advertiser.

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80- The Journal Will Run Series "HOUS[ Baton %% THE CHILDREN ENJOY C ? -ij r.li .

Decidedly the best that N NORMAL l tt s.i:& ; i-4'
, of Illustrated Stories for 41k. life oat of doors and out of, the games which they play and, the enjoyment :' .
is-Morr l's Iowa which they receive and the 3
efforts
Pride
u. which they make, comes the greater part of that '!
and Girls. 4 healthful : .
Boys development which is
so essential to their when
happiness
ialme Was Taken Just CRISP, TENDER, Is laxative is needed the remedy which is grown. When .j., J1
City Rapidly RecoveringFrom given to them to cleanse and sweeten and -

smdaT: morning The Journal wiljjsn Was Demolished JUICY and SWEET strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would J -

-ha the first of a Tery interesting series by AS A NUT. 'i Effects of Destructive sanction, because its component parts.are known to wholesome and the remedy -';$
itself L f
of i lustrated stones designed partic- _Recent liuiicane. \. j free: from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and ,\ .

, U.arl for the littla people but whIch parents, well-informed, appnrs and recommend and. which the little ones enjoy, '

.., 'i. The Journal's Sunday puzzle ,because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup t'y2& ;
tea'pt'e. will be found full of inter- A photograph ,of the little '; of Pigs-and for the same reason it is
All over the city of Mobile :.c-J{ the only_laxative which should be used
the.evi4enceg
, -es or the older ones as welL of Catholic Jefferson school and building Church, at the Sol Gahn &, CO. ? of the storm are rapidly dIsappearing _:;i1ittl 1i)t fathers and mothers. by:2: ? 4

The subject of these stories Is, where many prominent from view, and it is almos: t. Syrup; of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and
, Joe, the Story men, The Pure Food Stor. to how naturally t ,
'j( 'Ie Teller and incredible behold the spirit tt >c without griping
middle irritating
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aged, were instructed or nauseating and which cleanses the '
-
, ':It'. will illustrate the following sub- IIIIRi"d.ncl' business enterprise and activity has system effectually, '
ter'Mary Southwest Corner Palafox a I without .
.. Dominica is in the been'revived and ? c producing that constipated habit which results from the: of the old-. :
sion; of the sister .s well I restored, says The' \ use t -k- ( 4
How Coal is formed as Mobile Herald. )f time cathartics and modem imitations, and :
and its. dif. those whom she: instructed Phones 1l 8ODrl against which the children should be so .
fpr.." uses. Traffic was< soon resumed all I' carefully guarded. If : t
years., on of you. would have them grow to manhood and womanhood / i
: What Rain is, and what causes I the 'street railway lines and now, but /Jr.. -; "
The little building was : : ,,, strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines ''. '"
'I by the hurricane, but the j ,, little over two weeks after the storm ; ;,-<,' ..... needed, and when nature needs : are not J ;'ic _
assistance
:: in
Bees, the most. powerful work. vious to the'big blow a great many of the fallen trees have Lt the way of a laxative, give them only :. t ,
,r! mong Insects. Turtofi made a photograph \VGOnlr ueers o been removed, damage to houses has the! simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of,Tigs. :

4 Honey its importance in every While it?was the intention to' ,o9tu 1UdZ5.eIIzrof been repaired and an account: of stock ,- :; ; :?: Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative '

;a\ life. those who had received \ !WDOOWllJltl optumco.,.. shows .that the city suffered nothing "f.7t:':/ principles plants with pleasant aromatic and juices but it. .: -
syrups also
Iron and of like the loss first estimated. toccr ; .
the
> some thous-
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in : -
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the building in the lug book of
appear (k r.V.;
particulars
original method of
f,:".* of uses it is put to. graph only two appeared, oa IiomeWIatortulB or Stocks'of goods damaged by water :\ manufacture and as you value the health of the little onei,do .; ':'

7. Leather, and *ts manifold uses. a misunderstanding of the hour !meet.Address tret,Dr.H. have'in many Instances found a readysale : t not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers, sometimes offer to 34_ : -
!>I i Glass, bow it Is made and how notwithstanding this the AND WOOLLIT, to those who seek such bargians- X. increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the torapny'f :

ff could not well live without it. the little building is highly I, Cur 1O4N.PTTX8t. for speculative purposes, and Mobile I -' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRuP: CO.-is printed the front .,
& on of
9 Plant Life a most interesting especially by the sister who .tluu, -Georgia- today finds herself going ahead at an -'id every package. In : .- _

u3r .here on a visit from New I increased pace, with credit practically .t" .. t order to get its Jteuefidal! .:
10 Birds their ways and their life I requested that.a photograph be uatapared able to take care of her "':.:--o..r'. r.,.-..:.. ... ?...h. ,, effects it is always necessary : t
These ten scientific stories, told Had there been any delay in COLD WEATHER self and to give liberal help to the ': :(.- c--=SAfe X"e.\. to buy the genuine ;i' $
cafly in pictures and in a manner to include those who attended less fortunately'situated. ,. %.\/- ::! ftSi' >,,, : ..; ,
so simple that a child can understand school the sister would not The ,business men of the city have! ;,, ,, only For sale by. all reliable ItA !.
,iem, The Journal believes will be in possession of the ; AT DeFUNIAK about stopped talking of storms R. t-..:. \\ fW)-s druggists.Hr' '1:::" -
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grove very popular with ,all of its as the hurricane completely floods or other exciting incidents, and (. I. .. \ "lt1".r.4.

alers and one will be run each the building, which was,' after, are turning their attention to the \1 ,.....'.'"". .r"t.". ', :...., .
Slda.y'until; : the series is completed :many years of use as a future. '' -., ': "1. :. ;-. ";: .' \:::. r \ .f .
the first : Nat a single failure has been recorded ,,r- ..: f' :'.'.'''' .. "....J" p- ',
AOout for one tomorrow. school converted into a THERMOMETERREGiSTERED, 39 ..- --.... t
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the in the city of Mobile as a result of .1 .1 !
peace office. ; h \, : '". .
Nothing to Fear. Among those who attended WEDNESDAY MORNING-% the .storm, and those having debtorsin ....J. : :. '.I. ,( ; )*. : .,;.. "'1>!-' 'f'1 .::4',,)"'>..:-\'.. :''.c-'-\"!' J .' .
Mothers need have no hesitancy In in .the building. and were Mobile show out little anxiety and ;..; ."''i.J ., r.: t 'i ; .;: j"': \
continuing to give Chamberlain's by Sister Mary Dominica are GENERAL NEW NOTES. are not Inclined to push settlements. :: ,.. ... r hiJ.U' IT _____<"j r5 ;; I

rough Remedy to their little ones as Allen-. S. Leonard, Jos. I. Real estate has remained i rm. and \:, .'S. ,.... .;-1'J--... .. :._ t i : 1 t- i' 1 ;
It contains absolutely nothing injulous. Frank Taylor Gibson Moreno Special to The JournaL in many instances has advanced in 1. < ;at. ;;Jq_;. { ,. ,
This remedy Is not only DeFuniak Springs Oct. 12.-The 'price. and '" ...J "
per- Maloney, Jerry Maloney, Dr. The pessimist the knocker : .. :;:._
!ecUy safe to give small children, but Blumer Harry J. Blumer, marked 39 degrees here starngely a product of more peacefulperiods ... ... ;tJ. (. <
a medicine of great worth and Riera, Frank Riera, George morning'whIch seems have about disappeared nov ; (' ;".,. .'. 'S:= .. r.-'o!" d J .i ;
merit It has a world wide reputation -Frances del Castello. Gregory too great a fall to please old that they might be expected to have \ .... ... '. :. l.ffi.'H".: "'''.lLftb" .. .< : .'., ; ] <' .

for its cures of coughs, colds and Chas. Kupfrian Father But some prefer this. something to "kick"! aboutand in .. ::. ..-. ; q-2 ,, ...... .."' .:) ..' ... t : r
croup and can always be relied upon. O'Brien, Peter Pendleton and a weather to 94 in the shade. Mobile at least the working accomplishing r\ -g .....' ;:, ) !.. \ .+ ;1 f
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For sale by all druggists. of others. Court is on now for two weeks. tt :t" \ .t: cf ( :, \ :
number optimists are holding the { \ l : .P "o... << :
Carter is winning all classes c. ...:___'. ;. .. .... .,.= C-\ r>:. !;.. 0' \ .. .1. > .:J
field.Those \ r '
!! He understands his business who suffered loss but : _i: _.._. _; .._1 ,\: :... -.i "
I ?.........................o.4.........+...$...... it is business sure enough at the no loss of life in their money families or immediate .,: -z-- ,":,: ,::1 r

t, The solicitor also seems home circle express much :

fce entirely successful At the more joy at the escape of loved ones OYSTER DS I ractions in connection with the cat :- ; .: li!
HORSE SHOW AT
i nil ... ,.....: of court Saturday night 17 than at merelyproperty loss. IN nival. 3 !
cases had been tried and every In a few weeks, except for the griefof BAD CONDITION, The horse show committee have received ,, i: ;. i If
of them either ,pleaded guilty or those who lost that which neither JACKSONVILLEJacksonville letters from owners of fine : 't i i' ;
the verdict of the jury: ""Guilty wealth nor labor could replace, there stock In various parts of the state '- i' j
I. ::5; charge!:" The heart' failure of will be nothing- left to remind one of Captain. J'ohn.Andrews. who has inquiring about the regulations and i i -
!r. King, who was on trial for the the: hurricane.: It will become as a been in the oyster catching businessfor entry details, and they are being answered :; j' "
.. I of a Mr. Powell, ended a very' 'I tale'that is told;and the lessons it has a number of years and who lost Oct. 12.-More than with urgent Invitations to ., 1ii t
case. The grand - escape that needed inrestiga and of confidence in themselves and home and boat during the storm for the Florida state horse show horseflesh. It Is the belief of Mr. i': f j t

and all are pleased with its work in each other, will be of Incalculable returned from Bon Secour yesterdayand which will be held at Jacksonville on Logan that nearly half of the entry t. .
I Walton county is putting forth .value. stated that the oyster beds ,Thursday November 8. will be out of town animals. Some of ,:" .\ j
: great effort to win the S500! prize The damage to( shipping is not irret around that place were practically At a meeting of the horse show the horses that have been entered are i.

.J be awarded at the state"fair.! parable by'any m'eana."nor was It such ruined for this year's committee Saturday presided over by., well known for their pedigrees. 'I ..> '
.t'I At our DeFuniak Springs fair, which as to injure the(reputation of the portas the Mobile Register.- business says Chairman ;J. J. Logan, some of the Women are taking a great inttist !l-.f
a subject of much interest ajTthe one of the 'safest harbors in the. I He stated that prizes that will be offered were decided In' the horse show ana the competition t i tt
,draws near, arrangement are United States. the mud. had become.: so thick over upon, the principal one being a for the trophy among thexn will t tbe -
F perfected for the great Brow _. n. the beds that the oysters had smothered handsome silver piece as a ladies' one of unusual Interest Before "
A. M. LeFRANCOIS trophy for the finest runabout horse. ; f 1
debate on the .drainage the trophy becomes the permanent i '
v VETERINARY SURGEON, to ,
: ilost of the DeFnniak vot- PHONE 497. Captain Andrews stated that he had The first prize for gentlemen's run- property! of any woman it must T* .4 -
are for drainage seemftgly. ')X about will be a $40 track harness and won a third time and this means teat J .f':
investigated the beds on both sides the best ladies' saddle horse will receive i
.
: Editor Storra has purchased the there will be a hoieshow in Jacksonr'
I t Pierce' property'? on Bruce of the bay and in some instance, a high class saddle and bridle. rille every year in the future. ;, ,: "j
: :. ", I|LPNir I I ater-uslng." tongs be only found two The list of prizes have not been com Among the women who have enter- ,

3Ir. and Mrs. 'Brannon are happy; :! or So: discouraged three good is oysters this In a tongfulL pleted. A number of harness men and .ed horses are Mrs. "W. S. Jennings .;11 I
gentleman
over jewelers of Jacksonville are anxiousto Mrs. F. :
the arrival of a son Thursday! M. Sanderson. :Miss McMillan. ,j f
i $ j and Mr. and Mrs. Bass are the. outlook fort this season that he donate prizes for the occasion, Mrs. J. J. Logan, Mrs F. S. Paramore' I: 1

i happy over the arrival of 'a Special to The JournaLPond has "given and win up the remain idea In of catching the city oysters this which will be one of the biggest at- and Mrs. J. A. Hollomon. .-' i t t 1- .. I'' i

t r_ on. the same night. Moth Craeek, Oct. 12T. J. Hin- winter and seek employment in other } : I'
: and babies are reported, doing ote and hands are busy getting logs fields. ,
,
: -:.FiN down the rapid curent of Shoal river I While Jhe outlook. not bright for

: Deputy Collector Hollowell makes and its tributaries. the oystermen those that know, say
headquarters here now, The De Rer. Self, a Holiest preacher has thattbe;reefs are not so bad as has ;: Hon. Jake MooreSuffered : ; F'

people are glad to have' II been conducting a protracted meetingat been ,first ,reported and that with alittle' I
: ,41. j : } with them as a resident Dorcas. The attendance: was SA more replanting they may be.
I '. and he succeeded in getting a few made ready' for next. season. 4
ix The school and ;; t } >
waterworks ques new members.
; % : are still agitating the people of The Bolton & Swinney mill has Bow B** Gafber IIoner.A Twenty Years With Indigestion.Cured ,: :. :

: village and ought to do so until been sold to Nichols & Hulion. bee gathers'honey by the aid of

.. ,. ', t4 4i : have a new school building. and Billy and Wilson Powell are attending its -"trunk "lower lip" or "tongue," by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure '

Installed. ;court at DeFunlak. A large number which is used as an Instrument for extracting f.l
: I B. Cawtbon has'sold his HvAy of important cases will be. tried at the nectar from flowers. Thetongue" -li tf :

t ::1. to W. L. Adams and \V. C.-this term. of bee Is not, as'was'once ;;
.
Mr. Cawthon will! erect- a lines down and
i ) The telephone are thought to to the case, a tube through r '1
A
at once for the sale of .L
J ; It horses. I communication between this place which,the juice is sucked, but is built OFFICE- OF : t ; -
: and DeFunlak since the '
Springs !
; more after the fashion of a fine broom.:::
': .'f'. whiskey business in express storm, We understand rations are : I
.: 6CHLOSS BROS. A : is annoying the people here getting short at the county seat and With this broom the bee brushes or Cje! prison Commission of 6eorn a : ]

,.jMikefl" the grand, jury found no indict that judges lawyers and visitors will laps tbc honey or honey material f rpm>

i l 4 a3l1..rssa4NIw The investigation Is on bow. have to take "pot luck with the fam the flowers, leaves, etc., and passes I* I JOS.S.TURNER.Chsun&ui. TOM KASOIT. CLEMSNTJLKV1KS.GOODUH .- f k J
'" and some of these days the ily." down a groove In the upper surface of CommnKnr.fr. Gonstaii J
)
: \ will leak out. the tongue to the mouth proper. From Yjurcr. J.C.MOORE, .," I >

: \ '-. ( E. A. Dannelly, presiding. that point the juice is conveyed S.crry. Stat.WWID. r; ,
---- -- of Marianna district, will preach through a minute orifice Into the "first
: *,Here you see'more of the famous: "University" ,the Methodist Episcopal church. WORKS WONDERSA stomach vulgarly called the "hone,. 1t!

i mod garments designed with rare. skill by the finest fourth, on Sunday evening; and hold I bag" The honey bag is a real chemical ATLANTA, August la, 1904. t tt
quarterly conference and t laboratory, where by some mysterious E. C. DEWrrr & Co., Cljicago, Ill
WONDERFUL COMPOUND- f'
for
manufacturing tailors in the business.: : the jear. Mr.: Northcnt the 1
t is well liked. He"has 'done .a CURES PILES, ECZEMA SKIN process which has not yet been Dear Sirs! :-"I have suffered more than twenty years from Indk .j-
SKIN ERUPTIONS explained! .by .science the juices are
i The style.is.right and the quality is right; the : year's is that work he and will the be their hope of pastor the ITCHING. CUTS AND BRUISES.Doan's converted-' into pure- honey. When the I gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that lIflI -I

another year. chemical process transforming the I could not digest a crust of com bread and could not retain anything f
clothes will and look well while them.There's
: wear, you wear is the best skin
Ointment
nectar Into viscid honey has been completed
a special election for town coun stomach. My would beat fast I. could
en my heart so not sleep, at(
f so-much down-right good tailoring behind Dr. G. P. Morris was' elected. treatment, and the cheapest, because the,be.disgorges It Into one of #
to It times I would almost draw double with pain in the pit of stomach
so little is required cure. cures
them that their i Morris will make a good council the cells made for the purpose of a re my :
indefinitely-their
they ,keep shape
: it is believed. piles after years of torture It cures eeptacle. For years the microscopists I I lost. twenty-five pounds; ,in fact, I made up my mind that I could not
all skin itching It cures skin
eruptions.
I good Iooksstay. : ': i Sick Headache Cured. .. It heals cuts bruises, scratchesand and entomologists have been studyIng \ live but a short time, when a friend of mine recommended Kodol
the bee's-laboratory, but its work
headache is caused' by d'e- abrasions without leaving a scar at the Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him and I was better In _
unex-
hags are present among
Our of It cures permanently. Pensaoola testimony -,
showing of
high-grade "Ready" garments
the ,
: Chamberlain's stomach 'and by In- proves It. plaloed mysteries., one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better 1i _
i ,St
maCh .
for is revelation of the wonderful advance in
men a Liver Tablets correct.haese dis H. E. Powell, machinist. by trade health than for many years Kodol did it. I keep a bottle constantly ; -

: the science of tailoring. The best-dressed men everywhere : and effect a cure. By taking residing" on sufferer West Cewantes from. Itdring 8L. says piles! : THE 'CONGREGATIONALISTS. and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited." .- _
tablets as soon as the 'first' in 1 was a
i are buying these splendid clothes;] there is no than and Yours .
of the disease appears, the for more seven years They StStS'1.the first foreign missionary very truly .
reason vhy you-should stick to the slow. ,.expensivesmall I may be warded off,, ,For sale: nothing I could get seemed to, help .society: 'in'the country. f\ ;
: all both day and night r
druggists. me I suffered & !
.! tailor.. % and it was Impossible for me to get They' started the first home miasionary /&. .; -:f;; :j- -

S \ .. Pletr of the Irish Gael. to sleep a night on account of the society In the country. % : :, ;';>o
terrible suffering: ;When I read about They started the most effective city
: Come, in and see the new styles. You are as welCome Dr.Irish Douglas Gael Hyde pointed out Doan's Ointment I thought I would missionary- ..society In the country. K dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only digestant or combination Iff'f .
is
pious"by nature, _
i to look as to buy. We can fit. you 'perfectly is not Irishman In a hundred I try it and procured It cured a tox ata They started the greatest Christian digestants that will dia'eaan classes of food. In addition to this fact, '. .

: whether you are of normal or unusual-build. Our i whom, is the making of'an' unbe-. : pletely.drug I store.cannot praise me It highly com young people's movement, of this countrY it contains in assimilative form the greatest known tonic and recon ; .:fl _________

: prices range from $35.00 down to the point where God. When is for he him assured; tme.; enough! and have recommended it to 05They any started-other the country.first college In the structive properties. All other digestants and dyspepsia remedies }f fl _
meets of friends .1
score dur'ngthe
a
than a
quality to be a virtue but we can fit neighbor more digest certain classes of food only and are lacking in reconstructive :
: ceases your of saying 'Bon Jour or 'Good past three months, and I know of country. H. "j4

i pocketbook as 'readily we can :your figure.latson !: he says *Go all the ordinary invocations his bands and he has since toM m j seminary_ the country.
Kodol Dyspepsia? Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E. C
that it cured film promptly and eff o- .
I salutations of the Irish language They started the first religious newspaper "m
I. governed by this religious feelingT Uvely I BEiesttiiiagly Moomawud a I Intb.COU11tIY.: DeWitt & Co., Chicago,,and JI sold by leading druggists everywhere.
trial of, Doan's Ointment to anyone :
he takes snuff from you be They published the first hymn bno) .
from any itching skin dls- :
Buffering
4 Reese say The blessing of God be'with I easeL feel, coo.11dImtthat they will in thecountryv -

:1::1 Parker souls f-your"dead.'--U-a sudden 'not be disappointed- In the results obtained. They .iuted, the town meeting-tb j Kodol Cure !i'J Ja.
Dyspepsia
e. GO'I surprises: him be will cry, ." Initiative and referendum. _
thousandJaudatioM) to Ged,'_and Jf! : For sale by'all dealers. (Price 50centsT They started-the first temperance society -
shown FosterMinmra' Buffalo t.
** 4 "Everything to WearM / a young child or anything in the country. | .
: for the first New .York,jwle agents for the United '
,. time he:will:say, They hara given to America the three < DIQESTSWHATYOU-EAT \ f -.j- _
-I, -3'a .' pertq-troJD.God-en tt/S"';';$ adoik States.. :
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bad.-
tt. ; : '.Remember the n-'e--d greatest gyingallrts it has ever ?
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f' THE PENSACOLA -JOURNAL, SATURDAY. .CORNING, < 0
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: I TWO GOOD BOYS. ,! Cutting' Scrape : How. About That House i "


; SALVORFOR : $ $25OO-1-TQiza_..gottage.,. 55. .Jackson p
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,. i We can J give you a 'street..Iare lot conven-
Home iences: .
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p FOR SALE. PRICE REASONABLE. In, the to writing submit samples line- price or two on some S3500room- ''1 cottage. on, corner with 6 : .YouCan't Rent ? I

ready of their .work to reputable real estate that will I Jots;. North HUL ,

/. !I merchants desiring to FOR $2500.00. make you "cut" your ';4ooo.i2story.. :: ,; modern streeC convenienst .
.EastGadsdea!:

170 gross tons, schooner use their advertising in successful appropriation SIX ROOMS CORNER JACKSON AND purse strings, "scrape" .$45OO-T-room.. 2- tory. East Gadsden St., LET US, RENT IT FOR YOU. !

Sheathed with yellow GUILLEMARDE STREETS JUST .. -'
3 rigged, ACROSS STREET SOUTH OF SCHOOL together fexv dollars i near car. bn t
anchors NO 1. GAS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, BATH __
metal equipped'.with and make .-"stab" at $22OOfOttage.. East Cervantes S to .
: ALL MODERN. IF YOU ARE IN THE .
Advertisements. : *
enginesboilers MARKET FOR A HOME'BETTER LET. bath.. LotS 60x132. A J large list desirable i
: : applicants
hoisting US SHOW THIS TO YOU. j home-buying.} ,The. thing I : cottage. No. 910 North 6th '

wrecking pumps, steel hawsers to do right now, is to geta II I$1600room avenue. are now on file with et t
Free ad offer-made in
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cable chains ,and suc- good faith-we .want to I deed to some Pensa- I Ico'la j $ 460-S-room housei\ renting for $5 per us,. and we. can rent your

Address Jacksonville do work-bringinjr Other Homes For Sale. I *\ month. houses at once. i
tion pipes. your real estate. It will} 1\ /
I more trade through your I Cottage _corner 8th avenue and 1
Wrecking $1600- 'Phone write call
and or us to
Towing ads than they have ever II I be worth a very great \ Strong street. Lot 80x132.I I

Co., Jacksonville, Fla. .. j I drawn before. ,.$1200.00 deal' more in a very few I I $ 650-3-room house. lot 56 :x78. No. 513 on:you for a Tornado, Plate-
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I: Write us confidentially.. FIVE .ROOMS, EAST STRONG. years. If you want. a North 6th avenue white tenants. t Glass! ..or .Fire Insurance Policy t

i! $3000-West half of block 29, corner of
HELP WANTED.. I home, farm or business Gregory and 10th avenue. '

WANTED-One-. girl. Apply..__. at once.- ; "AD-WRITER. r $1600.00., : :*.; ,,4, I property, call onus... for $1500- Lots 11 to 15. block 138, New i .

,. New Method Laundry. 130ctUV FIVE ROOMS, BATH AND GAS EAST it. Use rent money for City. I i.iI-bN

L: )WANTED 1 upholster H. Fairchild 1 cabinet requires-maker. at 1flattressLnaker Care The Journal. I CERVANTES. I home buying.McDAVIDll'YER. $1350-Lots'1 to 3, block 94, New City. I & WATSON i

f t ) once. 1 carpe -1ayer and 3 $2500:-Lots 6 to 10, block 92, New City. ,
Apply IS'Last Garden street up- .- I !
rbe1pers.fct&h-g, before-8 a..m.. ... lloctlw ,$3500.00.,; $ 500-Lots 21 and 22. block 112 ,North THE RENTAL AGENTS,
Palafox street.
WANTED capable engineer to handle: TEN ROOMS, EAST GADSDEN' CO. I
engines dynamo. compressor. ice and See our list for.others.. $1300-Lots 16 to 20, block 138. New Real Estate. Insurance and Loans I
steam heating plants. All combined in WANTED.WAlIo7EDPOSltlOn..as Agents New York City. ,
one building. Coal used. Excellent and I
Life Insurance Company. {$1SOG-An' block 117 East. King
to satisfactory party.
position 1
permanent
Write, stating experience."Superintendent.age and"refer-care;, competent and experienced bookkeeper young by RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., ; Tract.. I I No-. 37 S. .Palafox! Street.. Phone .No. 54. i
Address. RETURNS MADE.
ences. lloctlw man. who can .furnish. typewriter Addles Phone 700. Pentacota Fla. $ 725-12 lots In block 109. East King ... .......... ....
this paper. C M. P., Care Journal. 12oct3t Tract. .... ................... .. h
MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON I '

WANTED house: work. cook Apply and at No.a woman 227 East to In-do I WANTED board by-week.or Quiet man month wants, expects private to be REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES. '.I $1500- -For 'blocks. 113 and, 207, West King ,
TracC
tcndencla street. lloctlw In city four to six months. Answer for a WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN LOUISVILLE & RAILROAD

WANTED-First-class carriage blacksmith week. 'J. F. Walker, City. Gen'l Delivery lloctlw* PROPERTY CAN SELL' YOU1. !. NASHVILLE. COMPW.
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and woodworker. Good position EITH ER. Through And Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
for right man Address. John G. Welsh.. WANTED! kind* beer bottles. I pay TIE Ifiii LIst your property with us for quick -
Pensacola Fla. 9oct WANT TO sale. READ DOWN. READ ,
Carriage Works lac dozen. I handle all leading brandsof SELL YOUR PROPERTY I I. \!
.wines beers and -whiskies, and still WE CAN SELL IT. Train No. Train NOI.
WANTED good cook. Apply to Mrs. manufacture that well-established cough 2 4 < i

Dr. R. C. White 222 West Gregory St.9octlw.. medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand Fire Insurance Placed inFirstClass Has not affected the values; of Reifl Money to lend in large or small : : $ [ .. ....... ..................ArG:3OamI I: .ami .. fp
Government Sta. Hoot The buildings 6lDpmI: ........... .... ................. 9:3:>>pml1:15aa:
Estate in this city 100. > amounts. 11:45a.ed tl0 m .,. :. ........ ... ; ................ 4:20pm a Iu
WANTED competent nurse. 701 North FIRST-CLASS saw filer wants position; Companies. and wharves that'were destroyed; 7tsprdf 3:1ml A '.....'........!.....Nashville..i 8:45im.: I8:00pm aat ;

;- Palafox St. 7oct or millwright work. Address G A. I will be replaced by 1Dore substantial Fire and Tornado Insurance written in 337i.i1 -.,;;...........;...ashvIle.................. r 8l7a iTTfiss -
Gredler. ,Escambia:Fla. lOoctlw buildings. Pensacola1 has before ,It either of eight reliable companies.. 1:25tm 8.Ita Ar........:.........Evan8ViUe..................Lv J 3:90an: 8P: 11
THE- PUBLISHERS:Magazine want of Good representatives Housekeeping I SMALL HOUSE cottage, by reliable the brightest fall of its future.. .I have 3lODinl ...;...............St. Louls..... .............Lv 84ipmn, S:3L'r. :

both local and to travel They pay very tenants. Address or 222 West Cervantes LESLIEEJROOKS made to take all the ?:&OpmISfasal ..................Nashville..._..............At Z:2iTiin:
liberal commissions and also g\e large street.' !oct! arrangements 2:10am. $:38am1 M...................Loulsvllle......_..........Lv 1Z:4i14J1l SlOpn: >:
cash prizes.. For terms write, giving property offered below Its market & CO. 7:2Oaml2O0nn & .... ..:.. ...: . .... .............. 11.', m 5'
references to Good Housekeeping I value. If'you are afraid of Pensacola II S Brown
Must
A1"TEtGentle horse.
Agency DepL. Springfield. Mass. 6oct2w be cheap. Apply pony at M.or& O Clothing Real Estate Real Estate bring it.to me, I will b.uYI ETWECN PENSACOLA, MOBILE- AND NEW ORLEANS

-- Store. 323 South Palafox. docttf it from you. 6&1 2-L4Ai 342 1&4TT
W.A."TED-Three' or four good waiters and Insurance. "WE SELL LOTS.
wanted. Apply at once Kandy KitchenKo. Mam ll-fiSiWlj:Stamll Lv..........Pensacola..........Ar I .04am OOpmi S3p
oct WANTED-Position as salesman or clerk. Some Money -These.A 0:45am 2:SEAmf 4lfpm Ar............Mobile.Lv ((13:40am 11:Mam! zllpn:
I In by city.young Address man 'B.thoroughly. B.. Care acquainted JournaL7octlw' Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox Phone 918. Thlesen Building_ t:OOprn ISamf I 1pm .-Ar.A New Orleans... .. ..Lv I 8:ISpm sn.,,

WANTED-With references fifteen good 1 ..... quarter block (5 lots) cor 12th FLOMATON; PENSACOLA
bustling, sober men' to represent the RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.

II Planters Live Stock Insurance \;). of I WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old street and 18th avenue, overlookingthe 21 I 1 I 8 I Trains. do not stop at stations I Z I 4 I' :1
Thoirasville Ga For particulars Address Bayou of the highest points I '
TallahAssee. hats made new. Cleaning. pressingand one FOR SALE Daily Ddflyjpafly Daily where no time Is shown ,DaDy DaIlyJDaily'! Daly

Pierre e'enre.G.Capital RusselL City Bank Fla. Ref- blocking Satisfaction guaranteed. in.New City. two blocks from car line, ...... 4S5 %:30 2.50 -...;...... ........... 1Z:4i 1:2i 81,
TaIlahassee.1 Panamas. 50c; Straws. SIc; Felt. 35c; cheap at $1100.A ...... 1:00' 2:15 2:5i ......... .
FJa.: 2C 25c. Victor For Sale very FOR SALE CHEAP-100 nice clean .Century..... ....... 12:40 1:21 8:1: .. ..
dencia Derbys LouIs 100 E. Inten- block 300 feet front on Bayou barrels. Apply to Vucovich Cooperage .....,. 5:61 2:41: -:05, .. ...,......BJuff Springs .......... -12:33 1:15 8:15'. .
street. All
,5 come in. 6octlm syrup ...... 5:112.51 ... .......
3:20 .
ANTED-At once. white nurse'for chil- Beautiful 'shade wasn't Co., DeLuna street. 13octlw .McDavid ............ .-1::%% 1:05 1:06: t
Texar. trees
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26WAVTED ...... 1:10 1:04 -,:*.. ..........Plne BarrlD........... -12:08 1:25 1:55'' .
WANTED-All owners of poultry to'know touched the water' and not ...... 5:3' 1:11 .. ......... -
by a singletree FOR SALE-One skiff C weeks old with : .S.50 : )lollno ............. : 1:43 1:471. .
that
-At one several carrier brated Conkey's we Poultry are agents Remedies.for the Guar cele- Cash. Installment blown down: One of the prettiest sails; 15 feet long; natural crooks ...... -:43 ..;.. "104J: ............Quintette..........._ .11:51.12:341:39': .. .
or on ...... -.:53 -6 .4:11 ........._ '
boys. Apply at this office. to cure rape cnolera, gape and to sites for a residence and the safest throughout. Apply to S. Bosso, Pensa- .Cottage Hill .......... : -19j:34':
rJeee ..... .5:51 39:16 '.... .... .
lice and mites. Also their cola. 1%oct .CantclDement.......... : 16 j:1' ..
---- --- .. wonderful egg producer F. S. Mellen & Plan in the city of J'ensacola,. $5.,,000.rj: ...... -':011:34 ...:%3 ..;.......,Gon&lea............ : .12:21 .7H: ..
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BOARD AND ROOMS. Co.JPhoneJv>_; 334. ISapr. WantwLA ':: FOR SALE-A 'grocery business on fine'corner ...... --1:03':151:45-:36 .-12:1974: j... ..

___________ WANTED-At once a'four or five-room stand. Good run of business. A ...... .&:21 .S:51 -4:25.Roberts..11:33. -12:01 12:04M.-1:151?. ..
cottage. Must be close in and hi good house In neighborhood bargain for cash. Long lease and cheap .3:84 .. '

FIRST-CLASS week or month.rooms at 22 and East board Garden.by day neighborhood.- Address .13. Care 25septR. JournaL near business. good. district.r for. about and rent. Address A. Greenhut & Co. lloctlw :::::: ._tig_ 4:0iJ; ; :: :::::: : -tf; l 7tO'------7:05': :

13oct2wPLEASANT $1200.00: $3,000. r I 's-yi-: i I I -I ....".
FOR SALE-A beautiful half- ?
spotted I
PM
R. CRITTENDEN wishes to communicate I /
HOMELIKE PLACE to wIth. his brother. F. M Crit- List your property-with me for-sale. blood Shetland pony colt. Good size and _____ UI
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board on North Hill. second door from tend en, ,who was last heard of in Florida for 2 houses on the southeast I II very gentle. Will make a fine saddler or : :1i ....;....... .. ; 10:50.'U'I. .
1 driver. >Address J'1. M. Ewing. Mary .Bohtmla. .;......._. ...__ ..... ..... 'U:
car line. For particulars address No. 8 about 5. years ago. Any one having I C : ..-;;;.....;Gun Point.. ......' .
Esther,"Fla. lloet3t- j-10:33....... \ "
East Strong 12octlm heard of Mr Crittenden would do a favor corner Sfrong and DeVil- ... -1''...........Yn1etra". ............ ..... 'u.t
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by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at J. W. Bullock Jr.al pb.-T i.. : ............Esc..mbla...'..'f'....... ..-108..... ...It:4
liers for FOR SALE See !
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms Build'ng No' 47. U. S. Navy Yard. Sts. renting $13 a me about windmills. I .

for rent for light housekeeping. Phone ISseptlm month. I ,, steel can mill furnish for a little new celebrated than will Star all : :;::..:::::: :::::: ; : .:::::::::::.:W; t:::::::::::::. I: ?; ::::::.:::::: :i::
204 South Pala-
more cost .
110 or apply room 3. % WANTED-Light delivery wagon. Ad- I Estate and Mortgage LoansCor. to fix old one. Drop card andI C .. : ............Galt City............ ...... ..... .18:1:
fax. lloct dress J. E. c.. Care Journal. 14sept I will your give price delivered me a to Pensa- &:03...... ...... 1:39 ..............1II1too............. 10:05..... ]I):" r
$3000.00.for Government.and DeLuna Sta. cola other you .C:2'...... Range...._...... ..... ,...... 4S
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.Telephone or points. F. M.
Williams
TAILORING L. lamona. Tailor. I '1:03. 8:16. ............. ..... .
.Holts. ... .. ..... ....... 15
and bath connected. 1202 E. > contractor and builder, city office 308
Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired Box, 173. ,I hone637 ) Thiesen .,76....-.. ...... 1:3J: ....-.MUli&an............. ':12....... '-52 ri
lOoctlw Building lOoctlw
Gadsden. on short notice. No. 11K West an Artistic and.up-to-date '..ii ,. i 1:40 ...... ...... 1:18 ............Crestview............ '::0. ...... 8.31
TWO NICELY furnished rooms to let. Government SL Pensacola. Fla. FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling C l:dS.S 1:51 ..... .....Deec und........_.. :...............8ot:
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Desirable location on West HilL Apply WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your 6-room and haIl c ftage; with I ,.excellent location near ice factory; S : 9:10. ...........Mo88Y Head..j';. IIS: ...... 'J ::44
*P. O. Box 446. Soctlw moving and hauling He guarantees good trade. large lot good water reason- ':35 ........DeFunJak Sprln< all breakage. Phone 630. all modern conveniences, on FOR SALE. able terms at Marianna. Fla. AddressW. S !! ':44 .............Arme............. 1:4. ...... 842 i
ROOMS FOR RENT-With privilege of -----..-------------------------_._-- E. Taylor. Chlpley, Fla. lOoctlm ':1' ..........Ponc.-beAon......... ?:29........ ; :4
,light housekeeping; use of bath and WANTED-Carriages' repaired and repainted West Chase street, on car FOR SALE-Boat suitable for freight, 10:10. ............WestviUe............ .-1:11.. ..... U4
phone; on car line. Apply 900 East Jack- ; floats built to order; boreshoeing passengers or towing. Length 66 feet FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply .11i: ............Caryvtlle............ 1:1% ...... \ iSJ:
/san.: Toctlm a specialty. J. G Welsh Carriage line. beam 18 feet draught 4 feet tonnage 29 to The Lewis Bear Co. 8oet ...Bonlfay............ 1:65 ...... 5: !
Co.WANTEDThe. tons net. Power two23 horse-power 10:41. .............Cblpley............. 1:17... ...... 4'5, I
FOR REXT-Two connecting. furnished -, Murray &. Tregurtha gas engines Lauch- AUTOMOBILE or trade; nearlynew 8:33.1 10:11. ..o... ..Aycock.... .... .1:21...... 4.Sf
rooms suitable for light housekeeping Merc *ants Transfer Co. J ed December. 1905. Will deliver any- and in good condition. will sell or 11:01 ...........COtton4ale........... .. 1:11 ...... 4.:'
wants your movinj and hauling AU trade for 11:25. .. ... .....MarlaDl1a............ ':00 ......
in excellent neigrborhood near car line I guaranteed T. B. Thorstn.Proprietor Money to loan at lowest market rate where in state for 35.500. J. M. Rowley, a good horse. Address J. C. 5i .
and in walking distance of business dis breakage Phona 978' of Interest. I West Palmbeach Fla. 7oct2w Brashears; Milton. P1*. 6octlm : .......;. ....Cyprell8............. 5:3* ...... 1.1'
trict. Ring phone 663. Mortgages on real estate in this city : % ............GrM Ridge....._.... 5:12 ... ... 2.111
WANTED-All kinds of electrical work.I bought and sold. I SECOND-HAND S..FE'for sale. used FOR SALE-Fine well Barred : ....;...... ...Speu.............. .. 1:21 .... .. %::41
i FOR RENT-one cr two newly ,70CU..1; sell an kinds of electrical batteriesand All of the Maxent Tract west of 'C" I only one year. Address P. O Box 492. Rock Cockerels. March:grown and Aprt 12:15. .....!tfv :
I electrical supplies.' When ; :. .& ...... (
i privilege front rooms Of phone.; -souMnvr Vo .135 E'X:$)(.) need other me-ring 345.or 955. E W. Peake.you street now for sale. W. S. HoOton. 12 E. Intendencta. 7oct hatches breeders, 31.00$ .ooto each 3200. hens Mrs. last Lizzie years B ,{'M.. Junction..1:10.2:38.
E. Garden. '
desirable and near business: (" r. New Star Laundry Bldg. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen '
Hughes Chipley Fla. 27septlm Trains 21 and 32 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between Pena-
W. Gregory. :21septlm' I WANTED Second-hand sacks of all descriptions &; Sons' piano hi, handsome rosewoodcase. col* and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
wanted. If out of town ship A bargain. Piano can be seen FOR SALE-10,000 acre round Umber '
FOR RENT' -Rooms cheap; real. newly'I them to us; if in town. ring us up at No. I Fisher Real Estate Agency by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. land, 12,500'saw mill timber and saw : Tralita stop on signal! :
clean furnished rooms suitab'e! for 314 or bring. them to us at corner of mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several -
: light housekeeping on the hill. Location Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & FOR SALE-At a bargain. paying Furniture good farms and town properties. had by applying to the general office of
high and healthy. Close to car line. Co. % july COLLECTION OF RENTS A business at 138 .E. Intendencia St. Write Gentry & Setterlind Chipley, Fla.23sep. PENSACOLA, ELEctRIC! COMPANY tbe ,
e Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. Address Box 325, City. 2oct company.
Passengers are earnestly
Phone 1213.:! requested w
Strong.
; OaugMISCELLANEOUS. .' SPECIALTY. FOR SALE 'Several tracts virgin pine PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The promptly report to the general office tnj

LOST.. 87. 206 S. Palafox St. timber. Turpentine places and sawmills Journal-a magnificently Illustrated Summer Sched"le4team Inattention of to duty or dlscourt} &a
; Phone In operation Also excellent Week Day the part employees and to make cpe-
tractsof magazine containing
scores. of views ot rifle criticisms of cnvice.J6HN
LOST-GoJd chain. stumpage Turner & Aymard Real' the city and harpor. For Ale nt an Train and Electric: Car Schedule,
eyeglasses and W
LEADLET t
312 West Estate Agents, Box. 115, DeFuniak book stores or.at The Journal: office. By Effective June n,1101-
turn to John Colums. Manager
.; ... TARRANCE & ADAIR Livery, De street. Ri-I Springs. Fla. 20juiy maiL 20 cents. Ilsept2SePURCHASES' -
:- Funiak; single or double teams. night HOTELS.BROWN BETWEEN :PENSACO'-".. AND BIG
4 or day; new rigs. good service, polite LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN-one FOR SALE-A pottery Works with steam the. receipt for the fin BAYOu..
drivers. Give us a trial, hone 59. white and black spotted hound dog: one : I engine steam drying room. moulds, eat of. cosmetics. Box 336, City.
toctlm' red half-hound dog. Last seen September -' I and everything complete for carrying on 23s9ptlrr.o Lv. Pensacola.. tv-sIg Bsyou.S GA., FLA. & ALA. RY
30. three miles north of Holly. LIberal HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs.: business together with the finest bed of a.IL tot: p.1I:30 a.m 111.39 p.rn. _
i DRAWING**-Of all kindS;" Hull Engine reward for information leading to Good beds. airy rooms. elegant meals pottery clay in Escambia county. Located FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures: 1 Lm. 10GO ..m. 't:80e.ma., .11:10 p.m. CAPITOL ROUTE:-SHORT LINE
Patent Odcc- machine and misc. made recovery. Address Newsom Harwell Hol- free bath and sample rooms.. Special : right in the city. Apply to or address pool and billiard tables, etc. In a tine< 8 a.m. 1100 p.tn.-U: &.m.
tt reasonable rates. Pat >ntable idea? developed ly. Fla., or ,.M- W. Marshall, Pensacola. attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00'- R P. Reese. 16septf location. At a bargain If sold at once. 9 5.0 .:" a.m. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta,
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;' .Sail boats, launches. Address Fin- lloctlw per day. J'. R. Browiy Prop. I Address box 103. City. 23aep 10 Lm. 2..i0 ....m.
Vf. C McGowan. Pensacola Fla.. 9septlmkATTRESSES FOR SALE-Good mowing machine, 5 ft. 11 Lm. 3l3o: Lm. .Ga.
LOST-Between Southern Hotel and the HOTEL SOUTHERN -Open all the out; one ten ft.. self all steel FOR SALE-Four good schooners euit 12 noon U:30 p.m.
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i RENOVATED-New tick I Union depot on Garden or Palafox year. American and European plan. hay rake, one 2-sectlon Juiel harrow; I able for lake. sound and river. Address 1 p.m. -1IC p.M. ROUTE.YOUR FREIGHT I I
,, furnished if desired. Guaranteed street. one &Karet diamond ring Good Special summer rates. First-class hi two hot blast heating stoves. burn coalor "11." care"JournaL 21au I p.m. 2:40 p.m.- to
Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave I reward for return'to Cashier Southern every respect.' Pleasant and conven- wood; one tank force pump capacity 1 p.rn. f:20 p.rn. Southwest Georgia and West
trders at.Wat, con. Parker &. Reese Co's. I Express company, iloctiw'EDUCATIONAL. ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. ProP.. Pensa- 1 bbl per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; I FOR SALE-Nice home good location for 3:30 p.rn. .:00 p.m.
cola. Fla ISapr chicken farm. Enquire Chas. .. Florida.
Iept7. I'' Loranre. p.zq. i .
one twenty-inch foot power tinner'sshear : tf u: -
I. 1912 West Jackson St. lOoctlSt : .:m.. :
p.m. ,
; J'.WlITEI: : CO.-Artesian' well drillers BAY HOTEL-Open .night and day. Eu; ; ; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine 1:00: p.rn. 15 p.rn. Via
; for saw mills and turpentine stills plan. Rooms light and clean. double barrel hammerless shot gun; Marllr. 1.5 1:00
ropean p.m. Steamer. Lines Carrabelle
p.rn.
specially. Geneva. Alaand Gracevllle; 1----------. Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South repeating rifle 32-calbre. G. E Bard- 1:00 p.m. .1:30: ,
li fla. Prepared to put wells trom 4 to 22 EXPERT STENOGRAPHER desires few Palafox. Jos. S. Mcolau. Prop. shar. Bluff Springs Fla. 26 Sept 1m BARBER_. SHOPS. 1.30 p.m. '1:00: p.rn.p.Jn. Fla.
!_: (inches diameter. and from 100 to 1GOO feet pupils. Day or night lessons; terms -> 1.oo p.m. 1:3' p.m.. if
).pUi: Satisfaction guaranteed. l2jnem reasonable system Address E. E.H HOTEL VERNON-Rates 32.00 per day. FOR SALE-One dwelling. 202 East MILTON-when visiting here have your Ui p.m. 1:00 and
p.JIL.;
I : .. Care Hargls Pharmacy. 12oct3t Special rate by week. Special attention Church street; if bought at once can tonsorial work done by Ira Mime, Wil. $.O0p.m. 9:3p.in.'Saturday .- FLA. & ALA. RY.
rH.PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South :- to traveling men. Free! sample be had cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy II ing street opposite Jail. Clothes and only. ,,
Palafox street. Orders taken for tents, MRS. IOtA BARTON MASON will opena roomMrs.. J. P. Mauldoi,, Prop.,'Vernon. butcher shop corner Intendencla and hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient Low rate, quick service, to Tallahassee
iwnings, camp stools .and house cots school of. Shorthand and Typewriting. Fla. Barcelona. 23aug to hotels. Phone 83.; 2Uug BETWEEN PBN8ACOLA AND FORT and Qulncy, Fh).. Bainbridge Arllng
October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al-
reasonableSHIP ten and
ktc. Prices 3ljni Cuthbert Ga.
BARRANCAS. .
rants or Typewriter Exchange, .313 _
** I For Rates and Information write to
:
CHANDLERS-McKlnxle Oerthig Brent building 2octlm .Lv. Pentacola'.. Lv. Fort Bari'ancaa, ,
I 7-15 Lm.:0. a.m.. J. H. McWILLIAMS,
i Co. wholesale and retail ship chand. MISS GEORGIA SEXSIBgraduate of
I I lets and grocers. Only first-class house I Knox College, Illinois. and Ferris 9:50 a-m.. l1a.m.. G .F. A P, A.. Balnbrldge. Ga.
Jf kind In city. Fair prices to,alL WRITE-YOUR WANT AD HERE. 11:00 a.m- 12:15 p.m.
I -I I Kindergarten College. Mich, will opena 12 50 p.m. 169 p.m.'
Kindergarten and Primary School. October -
3:W p.m.. 519 -
i CARRIAGES repaired an? repainted. p.m.
1. at her home, 212 West Gregory ,
to order. I I 8:20 p.m.' .1:00 p.m..
built Horse shoeing and
: t specialty.Floats J. W. Welsh. Carriage''Com 27feb street. Terms $3.00 per month. 25seplm Send it to The Journal,office day,or night. When you need help, have anythingto 8:10.S&turday.only.: p.m.* .. : .."9:00..p.m.. Pensacola, St. Andrews

pany. Gulf Steamship Co.STEAMER.TARPON. .
\MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie MONEY TO LOAN sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the a.Steam m.. will train stop leaving between Pensacola Penaacola at 7 and:15 .

I Mtms. Proprietor. Furniture retsdring : \ Big Bayou raly to take on pan.Kg.rs for W. O. BARROW, :
; of an ktads. carpets laid furnle MONET. LOANED real work. polirU beyond Big Bayou. Stem tram FIRST-CLASS. ir.A'o'D
for (hipping. Phone 63. I on estate and leaving Fort Barrancas* FREIGHT SERVICE.
re packed personal property on short notice.Terms %t 1:11 p. m. I
landing %%april will betw.ee- .I Between-
ext to Tampa J. W. 28U top Big Baron aa* Pensa -
Bullard. South
; easy / cola only t& put.off- passengers from beyond PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA.
STRESSES AND FURNITURE Palafox St. Phone 1144.I .
ANDREWS
CARRARCLUE. ST.
made to order; old \. ONE'J Big Bayou Other.steam trains will .
Mattresses ones i six ORDINARY WORDS MAKE -
i:. renovated. New tick furnished. Secnd I CAN LEND YOUR 'MONEY at eight ... LINE- all make all stops.. Each" electric' t'car. makes And alt points on,.St.MILLVILLE Andrews Bay Car*
hand furniture*bought and sold Up- per cent. If you have any that you The stops above rabelle and Apalachlcola.
Bolstering and repairing done 114 E.ielmont I want interest on. see me about it. It ", ; ; to schedule and regulations SCHEDULE.
subject change
St. city. Phone 77L Davis. will be absolutely safe on real estate : '. : : "- Local Freight' withoutnOtice.' Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8:30 p lfl'
Leslie E. Brooks. 2: : '. Refutation
fg. Co.. C. T. Darta Mgr. I security. Phone 4S2.j ., Freight .shipped 'by' the 115 a. for Mobfle. Ala.Leave ..
m. ""
; ALFMAN Tin. Copper and Sheet j MONET TO LOAN Everybody borrows .. .. .'. train will .be received'only for points for St. Andrews.Penaacola,l1tnville Tuesday, Apal 8:38: .cbl P ,*.
.; 'Iron Worker: cornice work and skyBents | money from Jno. A. Hall & Co., 14Vi ; : .= *3 t. : : beyond Big Bayeu," and will not be re- Carrabelle and intermediate points.
.t a specialty: roofing guttering andepalrtng. 1:. Government St. When In need call : ;; c.ived later than 7-05 a. m. All other For additional information apply t*
> .
31& South Palafox SL Phone on is.MONET. z .. Week Day train. teavtnr Penacola not SAUNDBRS.'!
J. R.
: |jl6. 2Junelm .- later than $:50 p. m. carry freight for E .R COBB. President

; LOANED on an kinds of per- . .. .. f ...- <- :f- any point later, but than freight 10 mInutes will not bo received General Frt. and Pats. Agt. P before ache.cSu1IJ
sow property on short notice.
t Terms'easy. i acola, FU.
., departUre of train. *The 9 00
FOR RENT 3 B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. ___ a. m. ---<
!
Sunday train
phone 1185. lf.b ; ms.y-cry-ght. pcrtshabte
"
: \ freight under Mm elrcumatanCM by special
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan t i jermlsMoiw Eleetric ear will not CREW NOTICE.
1.. fOR RENT-Some nice scores on East on all kinds of personal property. Special : / carry freight or packages of any description. Neither the Captain Of7
:; Government street; cheap rent. The rates to business men on large 9tmetfiein urgently need nor Consignees of the Britio,
fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly loans. The New" York Loan; eo.. 204)4 ed. Shippers.... requested to War these a steamship Axm: !n.ter. wU M

:E i FOR.room RENT for-rent A. R.suitable Bingham for has furnitureor storage THOS South .Palafox.PEBLElt.--Real.- Estate and Loans. ".t.es--The rateon-a: want ad filling' the abo've'sp' is 25._cents first insertion may regulation.These not be freight to oauaed.Blind inconvenience-, responsible tracted by the for SPRUt.JNo. 4ebUr' c. nj


other street,goods. hone 104 and 433.IOC South Tarragona I Sts.I Up-Btairs_ ._ .. comer, ._ Palafox. and UsepUnafc Rocnana, and 5 cents a dav. for' eacrfadditibnal' consecutive' .insertion. !Send cash with the ad. change: Any InfoTtioi1igsrdIg without:!attic nnlatloJW'-ubjeet! to. A. MERRITT vseseL Consicne CAPT A CO.. CaP

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I = SPECIAL NOTICE: MCMILLAN BROS.COMOBILE.ALA. :- xdvertisernents.NOTICE : t popahrtiQP::1onet thousand do separately.t AlTainendineaU adopted ,
'Brs;':m courittea of:
from
= r OF fifteen thousand at the election'at which this is submitted DIRECTORY f
I THE HOME DREDGING COMPANY UFACflIRjp3 STI ELECTION. to. twenty-five thousand populaAtioa *
wifKHmAff_ The, Legislature or heretofore adopted by the ,
of fifteen hundred
CHAS. G. OLLINGER dollars in
MANAGER.
;
I 1903 electors are.hereby declared *&aiol
under the
Constitution or J8a counties of from

,I} I Is fully equipped to do-all ,kinds of wrecking work 'Joint of the State of Florida. did pan five, to thirty-five thousand twenty-five' population thousand two adoption the Constitution of the from-the., date-of the PROFESSIONAL. -i iOptician.

I with hydraulic dredge, clam shejl! :dredge hoisting Resolutions. .proposing .Amend thousand 'dollars- and la counties ,of Approved J T.
apparatus 'menta to.the Constitution of the State more than. thirty-five thousand pOpuIatl The ? G. YATES M. ] '
votes cast incompliance with D.
I wrecking pumps and tugs. ot Florida, and tie same were agreed i twenty-Are) hundred dollars said :
proposed amendments and the
Office Foot of Eslava Street Mobile Ala. to by a rote' of three-flftts of all' hereby repealing' any and all part or canvass declarations t3Q6'
.1I L.--- the members elected to each House;'I parts"of the said Constitution In.con-thereof and returns .
shall be subjected.to the
I .. .the rote on said Joint Resolutions filet herewith/ same Thiesen
regulations and restrkConsare
were entered their as Building.
: I upon respective ed.Juae 6. 1905.
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; : r"- -------- 'Journals, with yeas and ; provided by law for General .
). LI nays thereon ARTICLE XXXL Elections in the State of Florida.
and did
they determine
and direct bat the :f following IX Frederick AusfekL M. j
that the 'said Joint Resolutions amendments to TESTIMONY -WHEREOF. I F. Blouni -
be submitted to the electors of the Article v of the Constitution of the have hereunto set my hand and at AUSFIELD, & BLOUNT .

A Bank Account ., State at the General E1ectloJl.in NO. State'W Florida, rela.tlTeto. the Judiciary fixed the Great Seal of. the State of Architects :'. ? 4.
: 1906. Department to: be numbered Florida at Tallahassee the Capital, "
vember. .
. .. -. .- NOW Sections 40,'.Cl, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 and this first day of August A. D. 1906. ;I 812-314 Pensacola Brent Fla.Bldg. 43 MOMS BI Jg, i..
i THEREFORE: : I, H. CLAY 47, of said Artlcle V;be &nd the same (L. S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Montgomery, Ala.

ii M RKET REPORT CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of are hereby' agreedto and shall be submitted Secretary of State. WM. A. BORMANS
the
State S
of
Cultivates and Florida do hereby .
ii i Encourages notice that a GENERAL ELECTION give: I the general to-the election electors to of be the held State on the at! To County J. C., Van' Pelt. Sheriff EscamMa Architect and Superintendent ,

will be held In each S.
Lon County In Florida first Tuesday after the first Monday In Office-305 Brent Building, 1 I
iI.i NAVAL STORES. Tuesday next succeeding the first November .A. D. 1906, for-ratification : In Escambia County Circuit Court. Pensacota: F-. ..
Savannah. Ga, Oct. 12.-The naval .Monday In November A. D., 1906, tile .or rejecff&x. to-wit State of. Florida-In Chancery. Mary -
Thrifty Habits, stores.market closed today as follows, Said Tuesday being the SIXTH DAY I : Jackson vs. Charles Jackson.' Divorce. .- I 4S
On
Section
WW ....:..........4::....5 90 OF NOVEMBER for the ratification 40" There shall be estab D. 1906 Monday the the defendant.5th day Charles of November Jacket A HICKS' r--
WG ...................S 70 or rejection of the said Joint Resoto ,lished in the county of Bscambia Is to appear bill &
I. N ...,. ... whenever :rrm Thtys
.5 60 i the voters of said herein.
M :::::::.:::::::::.::::...........:5 20 tlons proposing Amendments to the shall tIO; county published once each week for order eight to CAPUDINE
,
fAnd all successful have such habits K ...............,...;.... SO Constitution of the State of Florida, determine by a majority of consecutive weeks. In The "Peni .,
people I ............,.....;.......460 viz: :the votes castf on the question at any Journal a newspaper published in '
Do wish to become successful in life? H .....................4 60 general election,:a court of record and Escambia county. A. M. McMillan, _,__ CURES f -C
'' you ;. ( ,. ......................450 ARTICLE milLS :there shall be a ,Judge of said I Circuit Court, O. Armani, it.
.- You do better than i in F .................._.4 40 I court I Pensacola. FUL, luk 24. 190 rALLACHE8
can no follow the $ 1 E ........;............4 35 ,. That,the following amendment to who shall b appointed by the Governor .: L,.; ?.- -
N
..: footsteps of. alLof them bank O ........................4,25 Article XVI'of the Ocm'tl uUon of the and confirmed by the Senate' Lea _" -. -
I bpen'a acj C ......;............. ..( 15 State of Florida be --M It is hereby 'wno shall hoi*his office for six years' In Escambia County Circuit Court. .- T h I :
.1 count. It at once gives prestige and J|f Spirits turpentine% cents. .. agreed to and shall submitted to and whose salary shall be two thousand State of Florida-In Chancery. D. Hate -.-.--- -------------. .5 4

.., standing in ,the cojnmunity. v PENSACOLA COTTON.. the electors of the Stele at the geiT five hundred dollars a year,I : J'eyblr. -Brantley Foreclosure and of Nancy Mort I I I '

__ The following Pensacola quotations are eral election .to be held! on the first payaole quarterly by the county of:. gage. On Monday. the 5th day of November NOTICE i: sIi sIiThe
i, I furnished by J. P. Connoi, & Co., factors Tuesday after the.first Monday in November Fscamb1a."he criminal court of Frank A. Di 1906 the defendants.

.' and Importers: A. D., 1904, for raiflcatlon or record now' established in Escambla I. required Brantley to and Nancy Bnntley are Wooiley Sanatorium,the only Inrtitute 1
.
Good middling ..;..........10.-1S appear to the bill filed against
: Strict Middling ............107-16 rejection. county shall, upon the ,adoption of them herein. This order to be published in the United States where the ,
Middling ....;..........;105-16 Section 32. The Governor the these amendments, become and be once each week for eight consecutive Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey >
.. Strict low middling ..........101lCSHIPPING I the of record weeks in The Pensacola Journal. a habIt 1 '
Comptroller the State court as herein providedand can be cured without :
: FIRST NATIONAL-BA'NK Treasurer, the newspaper published in said Escambia exposure, ;
Attorney General and the Commissioner all officers of suCh criminal court county. A. M. ilcMUian, Uerfc Circuit with BO much ease for the Only ;, ;
") of Agriculture of the State of of record shall be officers of suchcourt. Court. By L. G. Aymard D. C. Pensa I 30 days' time paent. '
cola. Fla, Sept. 14, 1906. I -. -
OF PENSACOLA.. FLA. I Florida,, and their successors In office, of record 'and discharge the : sepl&oawSw your case and I wU write you an :: '3
NEWS are hereby'nStItuted and designated duties and receive the emoluments of In Escambia County Circuit Court, opinion as to can accomplish .'.'
as a boanTof drainage each until the expiration of their State of Florida-. In Chancery. Callie for '
commissioners present Ask
y.ily : your family
y. physician
;
Designated Depositary .of the United States. term ,of office. Holt vs.. German W. Holt-Bill for DI- you 0
and are hereby authorized and empowered vorce. On Monday. the 22nd day of Oc to Inestit"Dr. B. M Woley. 101 ;'
to establish Section 41. The said court and ,"' f
-- a system of tober A. D. 1906. the defendant. Genna.i N. Atlanta '
-
W. H. Knowles. PresWent W. K. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President and. Casher.Thos. Arrived. canals,: drains, levees, dikes and ,reservoirs Judge shall have exclusive original W. Holt is required to appear to the bill Por Stre : ':;' .,

W. Brent Ass't Cashier W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier, Acacia, Br ss, Thomas 184S, Buenos I : of 8OCh :dimension and Jurisdiction:of all criminal cases, not filed be published against him once herein each week This for order four to ..,; .:

Directors-F. C. Brent. W.A. Blount W. IL Knowles. W.. K. Ily. ,Jr... Ayres to Gulf Transit Co.Cleared. depths, as In the Judgement of said capital which shall raise in Es- consecutive weeks In the Pensacola Journal SECRET SOCIETIES.
iim D. G. Brent 'f : ,--- board of drainage commissioners is cambia county and shall have In Es a newspaper published in said Es- __ !t f t
cambia county concurrent with the rambia County. A. M. McMillan, Clerk -nnnn : .
deemed advisable to drain
and
Belle Isle, French 83, Le Berre, r? Circuit Court. By L. G. PENSACOLA LODGE.NO.3.
1332. for Bayonne, with 2,730 tons; claim the, swamp and oversowed Circuit ,Court and Circuit Judge of Pensacola. FUL Sept. 11,'l9o Aymard. ZOsepoawl D. C. Pensacola Lodge, No.3, K. of P ., t
am -- a phosphate rock. ands within ,the State of Florida. or said county: the same original juriscucnon met every at their Monday evening at 7: i.1 'Ji
I Ban
temporary Castle
T sucn 01 an otner cases and matters NOTICE. 4.
parts or portions thereof is
1:11 as Is over Pou stable, '
Steamship deemed best by said board of drainage as the'reu1t court and circuit judge stockholders hereby given of the that Pensacola a meeting& Mobile of the Visiting brethren cordially Wet Intendencia welcome t t I ,!E i' ,Ii .'

mm C.W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant dashleirM. August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke commissioners.from time to time. of said e&untr/And the same power to Railroad and Manufacturing Company will E. H. DENN. J ;.. .
.E.CLARK.Vice-president and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant' Collier. 1 iesue3 writs 'of be held KORSLER. K. of & .
pm 2967, Newcastle on. Tyna.: to Gull and to provide .for the Irrigation of mandamus, injunction, D.. 1906 on at the 10 o'clock 7th day of November. A. l R S ,t ,!..f"
waxranto a. m. at the '
office
the lands reclaimed and to quo certiorari prohibition, KNIGHTS "
maintain of OF ,
Transit Co i' the Southern States Lumber COLUMBUS !'
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Azminister, Br ss, Splat 1231. Ha such'canals drains,.levees, dikes, and habeas corpus, and all writs proper In the City of Pensacola. Florida.F. Company, the 'i 4 : '
and to the Knights of Columbus -
necessary complete F.
'. vana to master. reservoirs in sttch manner as will be exercise BINGHAM
held tJ
are at their
,. Belle Isle 'Frenctt most advantageous to the territory so of their jurisdiction as the cir- Pensacola Secretary. g West .all' I
..mJm ss.; tieBarre FUL. Oct.'.M. 1906. oaw4w No r .i
cult
: OF. PENSACOLA. .* A. 1354, Cotte to rutf Transit Co. drained the St&te.at Florida its inhabitants court and circuit judge of said street, on ever I '

Benedict, Br ss, Roberts, 1759 and the commerce thereof. county except the power and authority !. AN ORDINANCE, Monday evening .' t ;
Building. .An .
Opera House Kingston to S. P. Shotter Oo. Section 33. That the board of Jury.to summon and empanel a grand To Amend Sectt-gz of the Code of o'cok. extended invita to -:-; i'.t

" DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Degama Br ss, Keene, 2245, New: drainage commissioners are hereby Ordinance of 1902. '" visiting Knight !, f i
authorized Section 42. There shall be six Be It Ordained by the Mayor JOHN : t t
and and Council B
Orleans to A. A. Brown& Co. empowered to estab .. .TONS t
of the S LEONARD.
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS.$60.000. ,E. 0. ,Saltmarsh, Br es, Rogers, lish drainage districts and fix the terms Section of said 43.:court in each year. Section City 1. That of Pensacola section : 92 of the Recorder. Kiht. J' k
There. shall :
2319. Tampa to Gulf Transit P boundaries thereof the State of be for Code of Ordinances of the City of Pensa- _I j
DIRECTORS. Ibex Br. ss., Rinks, 1729, IIamburg FlorIda. Tha.t '(he board of drainage said:court a prosecuting attorney who cola follows for 1902. be amended to read as DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. .1 I; .J.
shall be appointed by the Governor Naomi Lodge, No. 10. Daughters of
Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Rellly, F. E. Brawnrr, to order. S commissioners bq and it is authorized Section 92.. The sidewalks f"
and confirmed oy the Sensate and who on both Reba meet ever Monday night at 4 t
J. M.Pfelffer. W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar Ida. Aust Hreglich, 2093, New and empowered,to prepare a list or shall hold bis office lor four sides of Palafox street between Wright F. haU. Visiting -P .
Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Sounders, Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.' lists of all the -.dLlluvlal- swamp and years street and DeSoto street and on both sisters cordially Invited to be present. o ,
Bryan His compensation shall be fixed by sides of Government street, S MR*, 1'l. .
A. M.-Avery. W. ". Dillon, 0. E.,Maura. Klrkstall, Br ss, Hlnde, Colon to overflowed. taxable Jands within such law len and Adams street and between on the north Bay- .MRS. HATTIB : PULLL, N. a _,'
master. -, drainage.. district; ;-pr districts, and side of Zarragossa S "
W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie OerUng'Alu S Section 44. A11 street between Pal&r '
S offenses triable
McGottln, C. M. Covlngton, fd. E. Clark. Tapton,.Br. Tratters 2300. ,.Montevideo levy thereon an acreage tax not exceeding said court shall be in fox the street south side and Tarragona street and on RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. t. 1 t
of "
prosecuted Rathbone
Zarragossa No.
ten upon 80.
to master.f ". cefiOJper acre per annumto street between Lge Knights of ,. I
hid texts kr rent tlJUO, fUend J5.CO the year Private"ap tment be -fixed annually by said board of Information, under oath to be filed ty Palafox street and Barracks Pi Thursday night at J "
) flU S Tugela,. Br. ss, NichoU,. 2141,\ Cardiff the street shall be eight (S) feet wide.' Ha Members of lodges .. -'
in connection for the convenience of' easterners., J 'to H! Baars &' C6"Vldar drainage commissioners, and ,the various prosecuting attorney, but the Sec. 2. Nothing herein contained shall and brethren site _.' ,J\ ; U f
of the be ivie :
grand circuit
jury court for construed to .
tax assessors' of the various compel any person now t attend J M. '
Nor
j Four percent interest Paid on Tim Deposits. ss, Aruesen 1084. ,:Sugua 'counties embraced In part or in wtele said county may:indict for any offens having sidewalks complying with existing c J. LEVEl. K R. &ROPER .
. la Grande -
ordinances
{ to Hjer Pros. triable In the court of record. Upon to remove them and to broad -. V'
i Ships.: ": 5 within such drainage district or districts en t1lthl1tono the width herein provided ILE.BA.No.1lmeetsllrstand x l
S shall receive such list or lists the fli-dlng of such indictment the circuit existing sidewalks shall third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m., j t .
SIt 7 :AVantF' Nor ship, Andet3on-1648.: and enter the same upon the tax rolls judge shall commit or ball the be in bad. repair and Rafford Hall. lo 10, Wet Itedenci : t .

o ........................ .,. .. .O......_...,...........) London to,order. of tie counrrsp counties In which accuse*} for*trial" In the court of :ordinances Sec. 3. in All.conflict ordinances herewith rednJ.at. of street.J. L. .SWEENEY,A.Secy. FL Pe .. j )
are hereby
: : Ferreira; Port:ship' ,.Barros.,..S06, Lisbon sfectfjandst&. 1 andjtheamount so record;. which trial. shall be upon in repealed. t i '
313J wirn to_master. S levied by the board of drainage commissioners formation." bection 4. This ordinance shall take PENSACOLAL000ENO.4 I. O. O. F. I
3Jn Canada,. Br. ship Spurr,'w2237, Rio ''in suca manner and form Section 45. The clerk of said .effect immediately upon. ,. Its passage. and Pensacola Ledge No. 4. L O. O F. -k i
approval meets : ''> ;
Thursday
: Deposit your money i in ,a savings bank at- 4 Janeiro to Pltch .Pine Lumber.; Co. as may,be:prescribed by-the board of I court shall be elected" by the electors Passed October 10. 190C at the new every hall on Belmont evening and at Bayle 73 $..; }
t Ingrid, Nor. ship Dannell 12 drainage commissioners from time to f of Escambia county and shall hold of Approved October U. 1906. street Visiting brethren .

U 15 : per cent., when the Pensacola Home and Sav- Antwerp to McK?'Oertlng ,&.Oo : .time, .' hlcl>'fam"mits shall be collected : flee for four years, and his compensation Attest i CHAS. H.'BLISS I B R WITKOVSKT, N. O. .f' ; 'J-

: ings. Ass iation will issue,. you paid-up stock _Leaa Itai shlp,JEassara.t 1581.'J;Lon, : by the vark nswtaxooIl xJtora of shall flxed-by law. The sheriff :C. E. MERRITT. Clerk..Mayor. A KR Sret ; :,
don to order. ; -
38to Ch counties'wnereln'siicn levees have of Escambia county shall, be the -
'
: bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay- Bark*. :*' 1 been made as ether taxes are collected executive officer of said court and his AN ORDINANCe. Live Oak Camp w.o.W.No. 1, W. O _. :T'l 1}

toe : able semi-annually. f ,,'" '\ Afredo, Uruguay bk. Haragas, in accordance" with Jaw and pay duties and fees'shall be fixed by law. Entitled An Ordinance to _Jevy Ad meets hi Pythian ha the lit and W.3rd :,_fiJ
: 987 Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. over said amounts collected to the Section: 46. The same rules of procedure Valorem Taxes For the Year of 1906. Wednesdays in month. Visiting -- l

4J H. G. DeSILVA.President.A.Vice-President.GREENHUT, J. S. Reese Treasurer., ..R. M.Secretary.CARY, Alfhlld Swed bk, Svensen, 133%. board of jdrainage commissioners, said and :practice which obtain In Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Council Elvereigns .cordially F. Invite. fit
i Durban to master. ., x commissioners shall have alien the circuit court of the county shall of the- City of Pensacola, Florida: BomCR c C. : "
Greenhut. .
. Directors-H. G. DeSllva A. Knowles. Hyer,. A. V. superIor Section 1. That there is hereby levied LESLIE E } J
5S Clubbs, C. H. Dorr, O. E. Maura, 6ot Cahn. Andrea, Nor bk, Quale;114,- Durban to an other'liens upon the taxable -obtain in the court of record and all all taxable real estate limits ;
3 A 43 South, Palafox. to'master.Avon. lands in any such drainage dlstricts laws're1aUve to.crimInal! courts of ri'h city and upon all thth -- dJ ,
4 ItaL bk Avegno.- 1417, Genoato to be enforced by tax for record except as otherwise provided property In the said city or owned by : .
: ......................... ..... ........ .4 master. .' the cost of work levy, herein shall apply to and control the persons residing- in the said city the -
11iT any doneunder the following taxes for the year of 1906. &
Campbell Nor bk. Hausken, 1100 provisions hereof, or done prior to the court of record. Change of venue may For the purpose of the General Fund. a 1I111EVANSVILLE :
4.1O Stavanger, to McK. Oertlng&\ Co. adoption of this amendment under the be i had from the court of record to tax For of five and one-quarter SU- mills. ttJ

10 City: ; Pensacola Improvement S Chacma, Nor bk Jorgensen 557.. provis'ons of ...act of the Legislature the circuit court->f another county for providing the Police for Dolice Fund_ nmteetfon.. for the_ purpose a ta-r n'of TERRE HAUTERAILROAD '
Bonthr '" -- Hn "* --
{ Fleetwood to order. rassed! in 1905. I the sam',causes, and under the laws one (1) mlu. : ;
- Denomination $1.00000: each. ,Dated January lst.190. Hereford Nr bk. Jensen, 1380 Section 34. That the board of providing for changing the venue from For the Street' Fund. for the repairs and '. .

1st 1936 Redeemable an. 1st.- 19!6. Interest Payable Seini-Annually. Rosario to order. drainage commissioners be and it la, the circuit court of,one county to the and improvement crossings of and streets bridges,varies a tax squares of t! '

WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE,' lt\\ Heimdal Nor. bk. ,Hensen 1354 authorized to exercise the right of' drctttt court of another county.' The and one-quarter (1U> mills one ;1 f'I 1 .

AMOUNTS TO 'SUIT PURCHASER. Hull to order.Humberto eminent domain in ,the condemnation Governor'may in IMS discretion, order For the purpose of paying the intereston THE DIRECT LINE TO --_ J'

'Span 'bk, 1111, ''Battle, of land.for the location 'of its canals, the circuit judge o{ Escambia countyor ing the fund'bonded for the debt payment and creating of the principalsum a sink ,

JtJ Havana to order. drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs any other county to hold one or of the bonded debt a tax of two r
The Peoples' Bank 'of ,Pensacola Isabel Browne, Rus bk, Lindquist. for. the purposes aforesaid and may more terms of parts of terms of the and one-half Z%) mUls.c CHICAGOand ,. 'j'ji. )
Sec. 2.
II Y I 1231, Hull.to master. enter upon take and use such land.as court of_record. Any civil cause in an the taxable There real is estate hereby in the levied limits upon of all points in the : t "ur.

Pensacola, Fla. King Oscar II. Nor bk. Johnsen. It may, pending condemnation proceedings the court of record may be tried afore said city situated not more than two .

752 Rosario to A. Zelius. deem necessary for such referee. ,.or in case of the disqualification thousand feet from the nearest fire hy '. : '

I Lilla, Nor"-Ik, Aanonsen, 1030, San- purposes, and in ascertaining the compensation of the judge of the courtof drant in the and city upon or owned all the by personal persons property residing North and Northwest 9 I I.I

tos to order. to be paid for such land 01 record, may be tried by a judge ad in the city. for the purpose of the fire

I LJuis, Uruguayan bk, Lopes 700, right,of way, benefits.to be derived litem, or may be transferred to the fund. to provide for the protection of the .

THE CITIZENS_ :NATIONAL BANK Havana to order. from'such drainage shall be considered circuit court of *cambia county or of city Sec.from 3. fire This a Ordinance tax of two shall(2) mills.take ef Exceptionally Low Round j !f[ _-

Maria, Ger bk, French. by the Jury. ,other county in the and .
1022 Kings : any same 'Way feet upon Its passage and approval. t
PENSACOLA Lynn to master. Section 35. The Legislature may according to the same provisions as. Sec. 4. AD ordinances or parts of ordinances Trip Rates to all Summer r.f

and Negpore Nor bk. Gjerdsen, 1128 provide S for the assessment of benefits ,govern such proceedings in the circuit in conflict. with thIs ordinance are Touris POints. I.
Safe Conservative herebyrepealed.
A General Banking Business Conducted Basis. on a East London to A.,Zelius. derived by lands by reasons of court of Escambia county. I Passed October 10, 1906 t 1,1

Noach VI, Swed bk, Bnrgfeldt 1260, such drainage andthe collection Section 47. The Supreme Court of Approved October 12. 1906.CIiAS. i
Port Natal to order. thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall the State shall have, appellate jurisdiction H. BLISS. O. H. Hillman. 8. L. Rogers, : ; ;

_Correspondence Sol.lclted--R. M. Bushnell., Cashier. Ollvari Ital bk. Costa Genoa to or be paid to the board of drainage'com: in all cases at Jaw and in Attest:C. E. MERRITT.-. -Clerk.Mayor. G. P.
der.Superb missIoners'to be used by them for equity:originating in the court of record Evansvllle, Ind Na.hvle, TenS .I-

Nor bk; TJlich 1934, Ant- such drainage purposes ,and in cases of conviction of felony AN ORDINANCE :

7erp to A. Zelius & Co. Approved May 2'?. 1905. in the court of record. The clr Relating to Electric Poles and Wires. I at locations i

Schooners.Donta ARTICLE XXIX. cult court of Escambia county shall Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Council Board necessary of Public Works. approved by the .-1"-4-1 ; .

Christina, Am sch, McLeod' That Section nine ((9)) of Artici flv have final appellate jurisdiction of all of the City of Pensacola' See. I. That If at any time after any ,
Section 1. That
1C5 Belize to master. < ((5) of the Constitution of the state of misdemeanors tried in the court of :. after written notice by within the City sixty of Pen days paving of any of the streets. alleys. or t'

1 Domira Br sch. Reddle. ,2001, St Florida' be and the same, Is hereby record. All appeals or writs of error sacola to be given not earlier.than January public have been places done within by or said under territory.authority shall of t "J

COLONISTDAYS Lucle to master. amended so as to read as follows, viz: prosecuted" from the court of record 1, 1907 any person or corporation the City It shall become necessary for

** Freddie Heucken, Am sch, Bryant, "Section 9. The salary of each whether to the Supreme Court or Cir- transmitting by or causing wires along to be transmittedelectricity across any person or corporation transmitting I" t

475, Havana to master. Justice of the Supreme Court shall be cultOourt., shall be prosecuted in the streets, alleys, ,or public co. within electricity locate or as re-locate aforesaid any to of remove Its poles repair or, J' t.

HJaJmar. Am sch, Axelaeo 55/Tampa four thousand ($4,00000)) dollars a same way and according to the same the territory in said city bounded on the manholes. cables or conduits and thereby 11
to order rules .such from South by the South line of Main street: to displace any of such paving. such !
I ARE AGAIN HERE. .. year. .The salary of each Circuit as govern proceedings on the North by the North line of Wright
: person or corporation shall at his or Its ': '
the Circuit Court to -
three the Supreme
Judge eSall be thousand five street on the East. by the west line of expense replace any paving displaced and '
hundred ($3,500,00)) dollars a year." j Court i Tarragona street (which street U excepted put it in as good order and condition as .
That the foregoing amendment to! Approved June 6., 1906ARncLEXXXrT.. from the operation of this Ordinance before displacement and In the event of
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2 and day until October 31stthe MISSOURI PROPOSALSFor S ), and on the West, by the West his or Its failure so to do within a reasonable 01' .
: TODAY every :
Section 9 of Article V. of the, Constitution -: line of Baylen street, and also on Palafox time the City may do so at his i1 i '
PACIFIC RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE mill sell That the following amendment to street. between the North lineof'
IB hereby agreed to and the Gad.eden or Its expense. i'J ;
r, cheap Colonist ,Tickets to" CALIFORNIA.- OREGON' and -NORTH., I same shall be submitted to the electors : (Article XVII of) the Constitution o! and the South line of Pine streets. Sec. 4. That any person or i

WEST. : of the State for approval or rejection the J State of Florida be, and the same such shall wires begin In the conduits work necessary to be furnished to place by electric tk>n failing wires or in refusing conduits to under place corporatM '

; Choice of two routes to CALIFORNIA. One through ,SAINT } at the next general election of; is hereby' agreed to and shall be submitted such person or' corporation>underneath said territory within the time hereinbefore
: LOUIS, KANSAS CITY. SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE Discharge and Custodyof representatives as required by Section to'the electors of the State at the surface of such streets alleys or limited or any person or corporationafter L *-:
: cn The others via MEMPHIS and-6L PASO TEXAS. public places (except where such conduits said time erecting or maintaining !1.
Constitu the general election 1906 for ratification -
: 1 Article XVII of the : .
: the of have already been placed and shall complete any wires. posts or other structures with- f'
Liberal stopovers of five days on California Tickets .and.ten Cargo ItalianBark"Olivari. tlon. or rejection: the placing of said wires within In said territory for the transmission of .

: days .on Northwest .Tickets.No ',Approved May 31. 1905. Section. L Either: branch of the such conduits within- 210. running days electricity. except an permitted by tfecUon f,
after such notice and after such completion 1. shall conviction be fined Twentyfive : ,
changes. Through Tourist Sleeping Cars every day. ARTICLE XXX. Legislature, at a regular session thereof I DO wires, pole or other structuresor ($upon I .eo) per day for each day of 1 .
That the following amendment to may proposeamendments to this I appliances I above tbf ground shall be the continuance of such failure or refusalor
; HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS. Sealed bids will be received :at, the Article V of.-Constitution of the Constitution; and if the same 'bel permitted In said territory for the carriage of the continued existence of such J. ; f. ,
office of the Italian Consul at this port Florida relative to the Judiciary --agreed to' by three-fifths of all the of electric wires or the transmission wires. poles or other structures above ::
State of ,
up to noon Friday. the 12th Instant for of electricity except posts and the necessary S "
ground.Sec.
; TO ARKANSAS, TEXAS. OKLAHOMA LOUISIANA, INDIAN discharging the entire cargo. U necessary.. Department. to be numbered members elected to each house sucn attachments thereof tubing and S. That all ordinances or partsof j .
: TERRITORY AND. MEXICO.' of (60000 superficial feet of South section 39 of said Article V,' be and proposed amendments shall be enter cables. and overhead wires from distributing ordinance in conflict herewith be and ;.{ _
., American lumber. of the Italian bark is hereby agreed to and ed upon their respective Journals with posts to subscribers' stations used the same are hereby repealed. I .t
Ollvart.' to store the lumber on a safe L. e ame in connecting electric -wires In said con Passed October 10. -15(4.< r. ;
and convenient snail be submitted to the electors of the yeas and nays and shall be published dulls with buildings lamps < .
d place. protected.from the or signal Approved OctoberMERRITT. : ]
O A Days Limit wjll be Allowed on. ,TickOUets sun and weather damage as far as possible the State at the general election to In one newspaper in each con boxes on or adjacent the- street in dli1. 1L BLISS .
hold the entire cargo free of where a newspaper Is published, which such conduits ate laid; such posts Attest: Mayor. .
besold September ,and expense be held the first Tuesday afte ty :
6 whichwill or* on ;
Shan
: to Master Owriers or Underwriters, one month(Immediately precedingthe be located onlyat such points as C. Eo 'Clerk. -
the first Monday November. A. D. for for
are the
until is reloaded necessary proper distribution
cargo
or otherwise
2 18, October 2 and 16. : L.. of. for a period not to exceed disposed SO- i;06. for ratification or rejection to next general ,election of Representatives of such electricity to such buildings THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES

days. Contractor bas preference>should .wit: at:"Wen election the same lamp or boxes and only I under the supervision Editorial Rooms.. .. .. .. .. .. 3S {j3b Ii

H. LIBER L STOPOVERS;' .&, *. same cargo at be current reloaded delivery to deliver and and stevedore reload Section 39. The annual salary ofaie shall be submitted to the electors of of 2.the That Board nothing of Public in this Works.Sec. ordinance. Business Office. .. .;1500 _

1 Go See the New Country. v "'rJV uT UT5 i -. rates of this port. Bond will be required, Judges of each of the Criminal the State for proval or reJection.It sha.fl apply to poles, wires, conductors or To communicate .with The Journal } : ,
Reqgest.s -'.." **T .* ttREHLANOEfl for th? security of cargo and performance Courts of Record now, or hereafter to a majorlty'of the electors voting apparatus necessarily used by street rail during the day time ne the business \ : <
5 Free Literature Mailed on way companies in the operation of trolley
cf contract. Right reserved to reject oe established shall be paid quarter upon the amendments at such election office phone. No. 1500. To communicate ,'.
cars in said territory as now authorized
:: '. :I' :':'-I.,. E.. : any and all bids. ,F.-COSTA,: 1,:by -the'county, woere' suck court is shall adopt amendments the by ordinance of the City, nor shall It with The Journal at night, use ;' '
.
: TfaveJnll.Passenger .Agent, : S :,Master established and shall be as follows: same shall become a,part of the Constitution. be construed to prohibit the use of afl the editorial phone No. 38. iJfI
.. Chattanooga Tenn. :2 GLASS I The proposed amendments, necessary manholes connecting the surface .
r : ; In counties:of less .than fifteen thoo- I .P ,
of the and
streets alleys public
.; ; d E. B. vote on, each amendmentiiiiiiiiii. manholes shall W authorized wherever Journal. ;
.. T H .I WELLS 10 E. INTENDENCIA. ;. in counties of from fifteen thou- electors to

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I '- : JAGK 5 08. lllFS'PHENOMENAL BOoKs woutn[ CUT' OFF STOlOfSLocal S : -


THE POPULAR"LI1i'OF' Booka only,but in k1rofcboOksI .. ..... .. [
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I can attention.to my,stock '

r THE SEASON JS TO "BB t: v Of win with Boys start Horatio particular Books with Alger.:ShakeSre4start No.Jr.wU-baJanced_ l1entJ' Cooper. him boy fAT i ILO0LEOFOR.SflORTLY: :

ftc. These will keep thern off the street. OFFICIALA ,
rc:=;
For CUrls:.Lotiw klcott, LftUe Wwn- :
I THE HIGH TELESCOPE, en books, Martha FIndlay (Slsle: books), j :
Margaret Sydney (Pepper bOOks). Mr*. : :
: Francis Hodgson Burnett (Little Lord : =
GROWTH Pauntleroy and others), etc.I .- ; '; tJ ;;

have an these at from.5c. : to $W;' .- ." : 1
; who for according to '- 'tI
Raw edge:or bound,;and men car style binding. '.' .

: 'and beauty in.hats' are cordially invited to see our Many. of my lOc paper, backs are by -
Shown Mercantile and In- standard Movement Started in Tampa Druggist-Has'Secured
by, authors and,are.. food l1tera.ture. ,. .
in < ->>
the
hat assortment-by far biggest ever: seen

Pensacola. They're here in all the measureable dustrial Review Now For-Law: Fix Remun- ; Celebrated,"Preparations '

I colors-black, pearl, ,aluminum ,cedar, otter and BeingvPrepared' t. HARRY f. rtOWLAND:;, eration of Office oMVL-.Cooper./ 'STO'NETHE ,

brown. .Manager De Luna. Book Store, ,
The Mercantile and Industrial Review Holders. HABERn Ch
De Lun -St. SHEl l
of Jacksonville' and Florida,
Will Pensacola be affected with the
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00. '" I which.. now being prepared by the same astonishing'demand for-the-new !
.....
.industrial department of,the Seaboard. ;:;:::::::
MEN
ARE :
UEARNJNQ THAT BY preparations extolled J. by I* T. Cooper
'A movement' las' been started in
Soft Crush Hats at '50 cents, l.OQand.. .... ,Air Line railway, under'the"dlre Uon BY LIFE' ASSURANCE as has risked St. Louis ,and. the. leadingcitIcfthbst SCARRITT MORENO
widespread
| of Thomas K. Bates, and which.,is incomes Tampa :whf h.: if it becomes '
are maintained mortgagee ? SAFES OF ALL
$1.50. Derbies 2.00 $3.00, $4.00, : $5.00and$6.00. being issued for the purpose of in; protected debts secured undevetpoedenterprises .over the state will prove the The question brought forth by Agent for Dlebold' Safe DESCRIPTIONS and Lock
ct
i teresting northern manufacturers business render most exc1ting'lssue of the next legislature Canton, Ohio I
; I .guarded the,fact tha.t:.a Ioca'Idrugg1sthas; secured Office and Salewootn E.
of.Florida West Palm Gov. St
the
j and capitalists la -possibilities of ed safe. Investments given permanent says the.agencT for the'muchtalkedof (
I I this state for any kiud of Industrial. value and capital preserved. A policy Beach Sun -At meeting of the preparations tiat\\ are' producingsuch -
j mercantile or agricultural endeavor; iin TBS EQUITABLE does all this board of 'county commissioners ,,,of furor-and"about: which the IBo
I' will show that this city is one of'thr and mor<--provides for the family after pillsborongli :county, held day before & jtheUnited-States! have OPERA HOUSEMONDAy'

'most Important business.points on the your death. Send us your name, yesterday member, J. Mack Towne' newspapers devoted columns. -

I Atlantic Seaboard, says the Jacksonville age and address.KNOWLES offered a; proposition to fix a limiton '
.
i dscu9slonof
: In fact ; : Cooper'spreparations' .
the remuneration to be receivedby
Times-Union. ... '. OCTOBER 15
BROS.. Insurance and the unheard of demand
,It will show that Jacksonville's the possessors 'of the most lucrative
THE JOHN WHITE STORE the mercantile capital of'an area. having officers-In all counties of the stateof forr them wherever Introducedhas all S QEO. ADE'S
of
In a. 'part
greater
appeared
a population of 1, 44,000,: ". THE LUMBER-CO over .20000.. This is going to the leading dailies of thecounty.. Triumphant Comic Opera,
The territory embraced in the area CYPRESS cause of a bigger row In,Florida than

f is that portion southwest Alabama the. \drainage the. _.: tie manager of tie 'Wolff-Wilson
east of the Perido rlvor,",taking'in fifteen APALACHICOLA, FLA. There'll..fee"a" howl from present
Specialists In Men's and'Boyst Wear : ; counties having a poulation and- prospective circuit clerks, county Drug Co., of Stt Louis, which appeared. '
Manufacturers of in .the Post-Dispatc and P
344,000-that. portion: of Georgia southof treasurers, county solicitors, tax assessors Globe-Democrat' that, would &l'SUW
the line drawn from Columbus to and collectors and clerk of city, E
Phone 225 205. 07' 8. PAUFOXMM Macon and direct east from Macon to Cypress Shingles criminal courts that win reverberatefrom : seem to jRdlC&te that with no exception ;-

the sta.te.llne, which contains a population .Pensacola to Key West and thesepreparations produced the

of 900,000, the entire'state of %" x 4" x 18WxS"xlS"" from the placid bosom of the St. same results in all .sections, regardless .
-C
Florida with a ,population .of OOOOo.and Mary's to wave-lapped sands of .sf J what. pressure"Is brought. to ORIGINAL GORGEOUS PRODUCTION
bear tthe'medicines. 27 SONG HITS.
the Bahama islands. the southernmost bay.
Cypress Tanks of all/Descriptions. The JHig; statement is as follows:
Various .Unes of Business.This proposition will 'make the
I.............. *.............*. ................ territory is covered by 246 mite for Catalogue and;Price List offices and every man.who wants next one "This talk about.L: Louis going AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA.

commercial travelers-, large',m joty of them to :afoDCe constitute hhn-I mad over '){r.'Coo er is absurd. It ,COMPANY OF 60. I'Jng

I of whom live in Jacksonville, and self &-committee of.one'to grasp the preparations did not.do all that is PRIZE BEAUTY CHORUS.

i Like a Warm Bath ? the lines carried embrace such sta.pIes MANY ANIMALS Towne resolution-by' its'tender "throat claimed demand.Mr.iorthcmthre. Cooper would has nothing be .no Price*-25c to .50. Seats now on wit aTtect

: as groceries hay grain, hardware and squeeie the life out of 1t.- '
.. drugs notions, Jioquors,-cigars, It Is'a question which is apt to 'become whatever" to" do witit.The mat

',;',1. I fertilizers, store and .offl.ce3 4xtures, KILLED "' state-wide issue very shortly Mea-ihat.his.personality hag :,' ONE NIGHT ONLY ma
BY STORM
something todo with the sale of his ,
confections, dental supplies; books, and one that the people must consider : In
#, "You can take one 'any time if you stationery, saddlery and harnessye- ,: It admits of a great deal of discussion -: medicines.and.that:the people of this Tuesday, October 16. the

.. have a gas heater. Cost is $35.00 fora i hides, machinery, packlng.'house pro and it 'Will doubtless get all ctty"only.imagine they have been,ben. '. in 1
'
Business men of Mobile who' have the discussion fitted Is too far-fetched to be seri -THE NEW- Jl'rNs
ducts trunks
paper, umbrellas. anda : that lg'coming to It
fine instantaneous Heater, by which host of lesser items. been through the county to sea thai The Towne resolution .passed by the ously ,conllde d.
: destructioD:wrought by rthe-storm 'One physician tsars the peoplehave Rowland & Clifford
cay
baD
you can get hot/water by turning a There are 209 establishments in Billsborough commissioners! may be
: that the brush tops of large pine treeson a disease called 'Cooper-mania.*
Jackonville doing a wholesale business considered ag the official of Comedy.Drama Production. anr
I valve/ and striking! a match. Cost for : ezeclusive of the naval stores hills far back frogi the coast are the. :approaching tempest. warning It is calculated This may he.clever.;but it. ,certainlyIs Ii

5 bath only two cents. and lumber companies. If these latter marked by muddy' :water, says the before it finally" lands at the not true.:, Thorns and DUlchI
Mobile Herald. It Is clearly shown "I: havesold-these
i were included the fact would be state.capltolto blow through num preparations on :
a
established that Jacksonville catersto that the back water reached a very ber of.'court' houses and the offices trial ever sides! ; Mr.'Cooper'made my ler

; a goodly part 'of the Atlantic seaboard high mark at a considerable distance {thereof creating something like a store his headquarters.,,Any one Gas I well various from the regular water marks. Nonl .( receive whatever they pay for the Pet
I: Pensacola Company as as to, foreign |jn a few days now we will
countries. Few people know that this Fast Fteh Drowned.' ,V. b gia"to hear the rustling of the peparations .instantJt if they are not Lem B. Parker.
little does 'a Fishermenfrom" the, west coast r j. leaves and the satisfied. If the people are infauated r
hustling city : greater first faint rumbling .
; Phone 148. 24
27 '
and E. Garden Street. i wholesale business than NewOrleansand port that the beach,, after the water ,of the Impending thunder. with Mr. Cooper" as is, claimed, and With Edna Earle Lindon as to

..................................................... that it is the outcome only a went,down was literally covered with, / Mr. :Towne' -sdtedule. therefore, _buy his| medicines 'Why rot;
_ _ _ _ _ _ few .years erowtn. fish.: Among: the'.dea: :.inhabitants ot ; & Towne's schedule Is thus told- don't they cjnrie and. ask for their ; ,Vi An Enormous Business the water were Veen,,many popularly in part bj himself' money afthey :lave taken them? the
CLOTHES known as''the jack fljfl. .:This species Out of the thousands of bottles we too
TELEPHONES ARE The item of groceries"S9ld by Jack 1e clerk of the circuit court yin AN INTENSELY HUMAN DRAMA
CLEANED AND PRESSED.To sonville's wholesale' merchant will of fish is classed among the fastest receive $3,600 fper'aJinum' and all ex have sold ,"almoSt" none." have"been re PLAYED BY A SUPERIOR CAST stet

have your fall and winter clothes reach the enormous aggregate $16r fish in existence. They)rank. with" the cess,fees of the office, ai now charged turned. And Produced.. ;fIlth a Scenic Mounting 1gwthis
cleaned pressed and repaired and,put In porpoise and tarpon L "As a .ter'of fact St. i
Louis is'no Pfcti/resoue and 'Elaborate. rtu
rood condition send them to us. We NOW WORKINGNEARLY 800,000 for the current year, and the shall go into the road fund as
do everything in that line and guaranteeour gross volume of wholesale business' itand, Squirrels: -.. specified; by the resolution; the fees exception In the immense, demand for Price;f25,,it, SO and 75 cent A

work. Ladies' work a specialty. Gentlemen's in all lines will :amount to, $122,000 A well inownliunteAof. .this city U of -the..county! solicitor, in excess of these preparations. Before Mr. Coop,
' membership rates. $1.00 per 000 for 1906. _' authority 'fpr the sjsueinent that'In 2,000 annum'of- the treasurer dr:came to"this cy-i received Jetterg MI?
month. All work called for and delivered. county:
Phone 1373. 1 ALL OF THE DAMAGE To. keep apace with this stupendous the woods In the county! [ way be found ;'fp excess of .:,000; of Jhe ,sherIff.inexceSs from leading druggists throughout the t ... ... .." MilT
ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, I expansion, new warehouses are many dead, squirrels and rabbitswhich.were of $4,000 and of the assessor east telling me 'wherever he "gbe$ .a'

9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET, 1 .DONE BY" RECENT- STORM being erected terminals'xtendad, kflleCjly-the stonS. ,"In ''excess' $2,500' all to be his":lJreparationg'.are' almost to per1m
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WALTER MOULTON.% MANAGER.. J
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They sbo'w'ho.-marks'ofj' falling timber xclusloiiofall l others. r
new docks built, harbor deepened and treated)nn like manner. ,, : *
., .HAS. BEEN REPAIRED. EXCELtENfSCHOOL
-- -- various other improvements made all Mr. Beni/of tJiis' city the well, "I make; this schedule 'In view of "Every city in this country whert UnJor

Florida and Alabama of which means the addition of millions !- known architect says"'he has informa. 'the.'pay received by .the Judiciary of these, medicineshave! been- introduced <
of dollars in increased property tion that so'me birjc ..wera drowned thq state. ,The supreme'court judges has ha4 the same experience as I
Nearly all 'of the telephones are valuation. It is somewhat"; difficultfor in the woods adjacent 1% ..Mobile" receive $3-00 the'-judges' of the circuit St. Louis. .Th1s' ought to be proof
H LAND COMPANYManufacturers now in operation"and the prospects and Bay Shore R hm: positive that the know Inv
the average mind to"grsp the exact ')<>ln, court U,75'OJland the' judges of people : what
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are that the'entire'system will be in "J& cat
meaning of figures when they .PossumsJiSuprlved. the.criminal court $1,000. I consider they are aTwut"In H
ot complete working order within the have reached the above proportionsand Not a single carcass of a 'po surii that a man will be'amply paid in the the ligh't thl3-8tatemen: it will res

and Dealers In next week. this revelation will undoubtedlybe has been, found aDd it'is believed that office of clerk: of the circuit court be fDt r stlng.to see how these preparations not

LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- This tact seems to be demonstratedby a surprise to many residents f th'ese winter animals round safety in when he receives $3,600 for the ser are received i Pensacola. 1

C.LES AND KILN-DRIED D SAP. the increased number of telephone Florida. high tree, fops. :The'.woods are alive vices 'he renders. I realize the responsibility certin

' orders, received by H oton's Pha"- Reasons for Growth.>> with 'possums, and at Whistler now of the office is large but -

macy which,, for the past three days, There are two 'well defined reasons the people can hardly. sleep at night the labor being clerical work, It hasa. change many hundreds of thousandsof SHOES for
Just Received. :Mr. Hooton says, has kept four messengers for Jacksonville's colossal mercantile .for the call of the horns and the yelping valueand a market value not in dollars saved annually to the tax lovwn

Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses. busy from morning until expansion, 'the first being: that th' of the night hunting dogs. A ,citi excess of $300 per month." payers of Florida;
pill Pickles. Sauer Kraut. Mackerel. CodFish nightMr. wb
Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions. Pilot citizens of Jacksonville are not ad- zen of .that.place'.who recently spenta "I.may mention the assessor In like "Now, therefore, the county commissioners bin
. Bread French Navy Bread. Everything Hooton desires to commend the dicted to noctambulism,they are alert nlght.ln the woods of Chickasabogue manner, except he would become most ef fflilsborough county, -

fresh and Hazel.new. $1.00 gallon. telephone.-Tompany for its quick work,. and work as a single man fcr its welfare swamp says,his dogttreed six In two efficient' his work and unbiased In Florida, in session assembled, having I we lw
Witch
per as the telephone' service is appreciated having faith in their'town and and a half hours, and he caught' four.ot hIs'drclsions, when he marks valueson regard for the beet"interests of. the
Marine Grocery Company. by himself as well as by the thou MI
sands of kheftr' neighbors; the second being the 'possums.OCALA property thatthe. county commissioners tax payer of our county, do resolve Parents, who have
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. people'who use it and
are that win from time to time be able follows
the city has transportation facil. as : -
-- -' enabled thereby to. save car fare as IS ..AFTER to make their school shoes r
well time.Thinking itles far in advance of, any.other cityin ; assessments from. 'T1nt-.n.at the senator: and members bought
as ; the southeast, there being steamship % ICE COMPANIES The Sheriffs. of the legislature) from Hillsbor lnt
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. ,that your telephone directory I here have learned that
; connections with all the, n 4h- .to' the sheriffs of the various ough county are hereby requested to Jar
possibly have been
may misplaced markets its navigable Ocala t2.-E, "Wl Davis counties, I consider the occupation their best efforts at the coming
.. H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. during the,' xcnement of the era 1,100 milesof : I' Oct. : use our school shoes are the wi:
rivers, its magnilcent harbor state's attorney Monday filed in the hazardous, and would; therefore suggest session of the general assembly of In
recent storm Mr'Hooton ,
I Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of method of ; takes this with unlimited docks and Beveri miles clerk's office, -in the 'rtame of the attorney that all fees In 'excess of $4,000 Florida to have enacted a general,law best..' sin

phone number reminding is you that his of water front, and \splendid ra!} 'general of the*state of Florida. bepald'overto: the road fund. As to by which it shall: be provided. that tisPeCo'
1100 and that he
Fine Coffees will be connections there being no less than &n information in the:nature of a quo the'treasurers of the various counties': officers, in counties! wlrase population
: OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL glad .to have you ring him up. ten railroads centertng".here.COFFEl. warranto writ against the Ocala Ice of. the-'-st te,. $2,060 Is'ample salary exceed 20,000 at the last state census The.superiority of our '

GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL! An and Fuel .Company and this companyis for the amount of work attached 'to shall be put> 'on a fair and reasonable aIred
Awful Cough Cured. required to' show' ,cadse before theiroffice: -As' to the solicitors," salary basis; and 'the excess In fees shoes is due to our

"Two years ago our little girl hada Judge W. S. Bullock on the 20th day might say to pay them in excess of received from said .offices over and method of de.
,z touch of pneumonia which left her October, why the writ of quo war- what .the state pays attorneys to me above the said salaries shall, be paid ,having them I

with an awful cough. She had ; ranto should not issue, The information -look ridiculous." into the road funds of the respective made to 'our Qrder and sat

l/ :' I It spells of coughing, just like one with recites that by.reason of-the combination -Thp Hillsborougli county commissioners -counties for the purpose building, crt
the whooping cough, and some of the Florida Packing and unanimously endorsed 'Mr. and Improving macadamized and other according toour own thin
thought she would not get well at Ice Company and the Ocala Ice and Towne's proposition and passed the hard surface highways said conn- I
all. We got "a bottle of Chamber We.are the:.Pioneer Packing' Company the. law has been following= resolution: ties. specifications.. ,. an
lain's Cough Remedy which acted Coffee Roasters of violated, and prays- that this company ''Whereas.'It; la believed that some "Second-That. resolutions 'be -. be

"charm. She stopped coughing be found and, adjudged to have sur- of the jcounty.officers of Hillsborough printed In the public press of our city. de!
' -. and got stout and fat." writes Mrs. West Florida.McHUGH'S rendered and forfeited Its charter,. county and other counties in the stAt! and$ that the, newspapers throughout BOYS' SHOES Path

% ,' Ora Bussard Brubaker IlL This corporate rlgh ,-power and -franchises, of Florida are receiving in fees as Florida be requested-to copy the same (

1 remedy is. fcfr sale, by all druggists. it be ousted and excluded therefrom,: the proceeds of said offices, from $15;< and that other boards of county commissioners db

, and dissolved. The outcome of this. 000 to $18,000 'per 'annum; and *be-requested,to.take similar !-
Iz, ,. PUBLIC SALF BLENDShave matter will 'be watched with'interestby 1 'WhereasTIle road funds in the action 'in their' respective coun Strong, sturdy, leath- .

every' citizen of Ocala and surrounding respective 'counties where these offices ties. th
win .
There be offered to -the highest ers stylish comfortable -
bidder, Ob Tuesday.1 iOctober 16th. 1906. territory. are paying the largest sums areutterly'depleted 'Thlrd-That a copy of these resolutions 11'8
at *10 a., m..' at the ".office of Robert and.in bankrupt condition be forwarded to the Honorable and durable-$1.25 for
Tuemler & Co... 3J1 Brent building, for no eqp'aJ..ftrla'! The. Royal Month And, The Royal ; 'and Napoleon B. BrOward governor of the than<(

account German of bark whom Marie It, her may tackle concern and apparel the- will convince. the con* Disease. ,I "Whereas" It is 'believed that the state of Florida, and that he be. re $1.50, $2.00, $2.50$3.00.GIRLS'SHOES., .
; vessel>to be. taken by purchaser In Sudden changes of weather are' especially preseut'omeers, or.others Just as competent quested'to deal wlthlthis-qnestfcm: in ear:
\. the nd1t1on.and position she now lies. nolsseur that we_ trying, and r probably to none would gladly .accept thesaid lie
forthcoming to
his message ttle..l leg
Will also be sold ab .
the time the
same
: more than to the scrofulous and bnVfair ,
so offices and reasonable
salarybasis
I carso now on board consisting of about mak, extravagant islature. Eau
32.000 superficial feet of ,pitch pine sawn ." consumptive.. The progrws of- scrOfula and by, reason of the said 'r .
t lumber. Terms of ale. CAPT WILH. FRENCKMaster.. great. 'Wte -never' think :ot 'Wou" .'-:Brul'e and, Burns. i Br-

: scrofula-it bunchep cutaneous eruptions i By 'applying' antiseptic" dressing I Soft but sieu
''RetailGROCERS :to wounds..brulJe.,.bnysaad like.in pliable,
Phone No. 178 Wholesale and and-wasting of fee bodily substance I
: juries before, Inflammation sets in
-without thinking of the great EXERCISE strong leathers correct-
Is Working.. good many sufferers from it have de 'I they may be healed without maturation tehe

Sol'Cahn & Co. rlved.from Hood's Sarsaparilla, whose \ CONSCIENTIOUS and In.about* one/third 'the time lysh'aped to fit misses he'C
Co YI'Iaht'1904ne required by: *the old treatment Thiss '
radical and permanent cures of this I 1Iett1
,
imf ,- CAREin the feet to $3.00.;
Hou. of Kuppfih one disease are enf ugh to .make, It } greatest discoveryand triumphof $1.09 .
Temporary Location. and all kinds-of. Feed, the most"famous medicine In tile modern surgery. Chamberlain's -, "
I 3-Button The temporary offices of E. E. world. There is-probably not a city'or "- -the way we: "do upi" Pain Balm, acts on -this same princi
Saunders & Co.,.and E. E. Saunders Stuffs; ple. It Is anantisepticandwhen: applied befsc
SarsspartHa
Hood's
town where Your "duds"last
Square Cut Sack. are' now located in the north end of '. has itsmerit in more things. to such-injuries, causes them to .
proved
the Keyser' buildjng. not l if launder heal very* quicktr-- also"allays the "
longer we
and tal
r Generous In length a perfectfit homes than one in arresting com '
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around neck and shoulders pletelv eradicating scrofula: which.:Is them which means pain and sorenes* and prevents any :: bein
an Boston
: and with a "Kuppenhelmer" label. Plutoajer danger of blood poisoning.' : Keep abottle
NOTICE. much to br
-a tailor-made suit without the almost ,as serious and as actual -lIzna1m" In- .
tailor's high price. Private bid will be received by the feared as its.near'relative. consumption. saving of money it-wilTsave: your home th,
and
undersigned to float the Italian ship'Lena you time and
money.
916.00 to $27.50. tar
," now, stranded on the west qide tofyou.The. not to mentioa'lhe Inconvenience and Shoe Store
- of. Perdido wharf. 'Cairo on board consists Wholesale W Retail suffering such. Injuries entail. eont
of 110,000 superficial feet of South Phone No. 178 For '
American lumber; A. TASSARA. Star Steam sale by'all drucgists.M to
Master. ..Fashionable
Is Now ,
; Working.
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H. 0. ANSON, ESCAMBIA Regular'LODGE communication NO. 15, F. &of A. Es-M. New, .Orleans Grocery Co,, Cahn&-Co.. : .:1 Laundry h Tt offlc **In JBrjnt the Brent the architect boIMlnj-, now : Foot Fitters.
rooms
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ramble lodge No. 15. F.A T : 112-tli. -
! CASH CLOTHIER M.. 1I1U:be held Monday even- --r- NOTICE. Pc:
E. Garden St.
J87 Phon. 114
c JnK :October 15th at 7:30 The Pensacola Electric: Company bv ;: ,
; Jas. office ..325to : -,"1J7 S. PALAFOX STREET
McHughy removed to temporary rooms .
I tfdock. Visiting brethren fraternally : GLAS.e.t.ANDPLAZINQ.a' ,, dt
Penuoola
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