The Pensacola journal
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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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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_ THE, WEATHER:' Partly: cloudy Sunday; Monday:rain_; fresh cast winds._, ;

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Outside of'Water Front But nt t
A. Butler Under Ar-
1 CITY ALSO CLAIMS Twenty-Five Thousand 'Frenzied Spectators Witnessed : BIRMINGHAM WFRE + :

I. BROKERAGE HOUSES I Little Indicate Hur- : 't.
to If
rest in Pittsburg, Married I Bedlam, of ISrors-Walsh's "Spit-Ball" too Much .. ;WIN IN LEGAL FIGHT ?. .

in 1904 WHARF PROPERTY For National Team-Game Amateurish in (Birmingham By Associated-, Ala..Press.Oct. 13.- T ricaneHadPassed.WORKOI .r: '; i 1 ''J.

Judge Feagin,., of the inferior I ,

,/ the Extreme. court in the case of C. H. :
Cothran and other roanaser* '-* J CLEARING1 ) :
- ON i wire brokerage houses, who o
/ By Associated Press. game to-morrow will be played on : are contesting the validity of : _' :f. f .
-, THAT PORTION ,EXTENDING FROM PAL- Chicago I Oct. 13.-Out of a bedlamof the Americangrounds.. the new city ordinance excludJ t iI i- ; ':

4 er/ors, long hits, vanquished pitchers The Nationals to-day used three ing all forms of wire brokerage i Away Wreckage Is Being : j
- Both Parties Well KnownIn AFOX WHARF TO BARGE OFFICE .And the vociferations, of more pitchers; Reulbach who gave placeto : houses from operating in Birn, *I I ,j

j thai twenty-five thousand frenzied Pfeister" in the third inning, and he ingham, to-day gave a decision. + Carried If
5 This City. 4 favoring the brokers. The cue 0 i on Rapidly. 4
spectators: the Americans; emerged in turn' to, Overall in the fourth. ::
The waterfront property in the tions become more settled, to.build a 1 victorious, over the* Nationals te>dat. Ming- was behind the bat. For the was submitted on an3.".-'- -. : dth <
eastern section of the city is not all substantial city wharf at that point The Americans won in spiteof five Americans Walsh pitched until the I i statement of facts. The. exchange .

CUTLERS INFATUATION FOR AND the property that the city has laid I This property is claimed to be in I I ghastly errors which accounted for seventh inning. when he apparently men contended' that the BUSINESS CONDITIONS IN THE F j

claim to and will endeavor the middle of a street, and if suchis nearly all of the' Nationals runs The weakened, having pitched Thursday's : : city had no power to restrain .\,' '
SUBSEQUENT MARRIAGE TO tect. I pro the case no deeds or titles are in Nationals lost because they could not I I game, and White finished the game i, a business which the supreme i l'WOr.K : .:,.
(Rebuilding 13 being
r preventedall I court of the United States held
existence.In hit the Walsh "spit ball" delivery. with perfect control. Sulivan caught ,
'y ,
along West Main street .
I the western portion of the city The Americans fielded Jfke amateurs for the Americans. '

BROUGHT ABOUT HIS UNDOING is held claimed squatter the former rights'and occupants that only the rebuilding will' not be allowed where !i and the Nationals fielded perfectly and The Nationals were credited with I I. The whether city attorney he will appeal Is undecided the- .. TRESTLE-AT THE WHARVES .:t.!
the cltys interests are at stake until! batted very much In the negative. seven hits and no errors, and the
property really belongs to the j .: :
munictrahty. case orseek'to get an adequate AND ALONG WATER FRONT ,
-CONFRONTED BY WIVES AND surveys can be made. The mayor I The day was warm and fifty mInutes Americans with twelve hits and five I I "
stated yesterday afternoon, however, before the time for playing the errors. Time, two hours and forty law passed by the next legisla .1 YESTERDAY.
COLLAPSED. About the most valuable piece of that the titles issued by the waterfront i ticket selling stopped. minutes. i ture. !:,: ',

has waterfront laid claim property, to which the city 1 1 commission were respected by i The Americans haveow won The Score. .........................: I"f':;:- ,
and where it has ordered 'I the city whenever presented or held three of the five games and should 123 456 789 Pensacola Is I

Special' to The Journal. Is the that strip no extending rebuilding from be allowed Palafox I by parties claiming waterfront prop- I they win to-morrow's game will capture Nationals .. .. .. ..300 102 OO -6 from the recent rapIdlyrecovering hurricane and two ;!.';. .

P-.ttsburg. Pa.. Oct. 13.-The meet- street to the United States barge of I erty.There was some talk on the streets the world's championship. The Americans .. .. .102 401 000-81 blocks from the water front there is ,.h' r

tg of two wives of Charles A. Butler, fice. This was formerly in the possession yesterday afternoon regarding the action -. WATCHING WORK but little to Indicate tEat the worst 1: : r ,

a well known Pensylvania railroad detective of Capt Saunders and used of the mayo, but as one gentle- storm the gulf coast has experienced tI,: :! : i
not only stopped his honeymoon for many years as a wharf. I lEan. stated he could not be criticlz- : Chief of Orange, N. J. Fire in many years passed over this see !'"- ')E, J'

!S with his third bride whom he Thi property lies directly south of ed for protecting what ha believed to tion less'than three weeks ago. True ;>t" i t I
married three weeks ago, but resultedin the Gulf Machine Works, and it Is be the rights of the city, and for car- there are many: trees still lying In ;;.1,;'f f '
his arrest Butler Is now behind the intention of the Board of Public rying cut the duties of mayor as he I Department Dies on Train Of TOREOO the streets and here and there a pore :i'.I; -
tie bars in the Uniontown jail held tion of a tin roof be but to
I Works, it Is said, as .soon as. condi- saw them. may seen :j .b..i ,f
in tl'avybail for a court hearing. But- the casual observer Pensacola appears i' -

k is 35 years old is well known and By Associated Press. I he was taken with a hemorrhage on in nearly normal condition and.as far r. r
!>i i' parents are'well to do. lIe Is Jacksonville, Fla. Oct: 13.JamesW. I the steamer caused by an internal as business conditions are concerned, .' : !

handsome and has seen service in the Hodgkinson, chief cf the fire department rupture. He was so ill he had to WORM the city has practically recovered | _
army in the Philippines PRAISE fOR MEN ANOTHER flACEIS of Orange, N. J. died -suddenly leave the Vessel at Key West, and I from the effects of the storm. '' 1 ; .

(In May 1899 he married Celia B. on a tran: coming from Miami was hastening home by train when he The greatest sufferers from the / : ;: it

Dacrr of Sarversville, Pa., and two to-day. He left New York by steamer _was taken with another severe hem storm the lumber interests, owners ; t: j.:i <
children were born to the couple. Butler for Dallas, Texas. 'to attend the orrhage, resulting fatally. The body of tugs steamers and sailing vessels .t 3
then became a railroad detective convention of fire. chiefs there, when will be sent to Orange for interment Expert in Forestry in the fish houses and the L. & N R. R. Co., I d :'

Pennsylvania lines City on Behalf of Agri as usual although the volume, in som i.' ; 1 I

Married in Pensacola. The Mysterious Disappearance cases is necessarily restricted. The -2 :. tit l
During a vacation in 1904, he wentto ; cultural Department. fishing interests particularly suffered :f' ::1 f:,
.! Florida and on April 16, at Pensa heavily but notwithstanding the fact It J' !
cola. he married Miss Flora M. PENROSEI JOHNA1- -I Flagman Smith at that nearly all the smacks In port at .: "" 11
Earaey, who was nineteen sears old at l Century During recent years the United the time of the storm were either ._ "1T.-k '
the time. The couple came north and :States Department of Agriculture has beacBed sunK damaged to a great'j .
took up a residence at No. 1329 Page deioted considerable attention to the er or less extent, the few remaining .\ f
street, Allegheny.;; Miss Ramey was Special to The Journal. awoke very early and found him roW. I.destructive toredo worm which, n are making their regular trips and the ..

'11 ignorant of Butler's previous marriage Lieut. Bryan Receives Commendatory Won Event in Nashville in Century, Oct. 13.-Mjv Smith, a. flag tag upon the floor, apparently in great southern water, is responsible for an II catch is being handled expeditiously Li'i:" ;t
I agony. She immediately ran for a while. the fish houses fl' -
man on Vie Escambia railway, with I immense amount of damage every I are being rebuilt Iii. .:; r
A month ago, Butler, who had by I Letter From Straight Heats in Time. headquar at Century mysteriously near by physician and when she returned year, and hag now detailed C. Stowell ,r_ : 't
this time tired of his second wif! metMiss Mr. Smith had disappeared.Since Smith, of the Forestry Department to I At Escambla Trestle. .
Pearl West, a pretty milliner of oi21-14.' disappeared from his home at 5 that time no trace of him has make a thorough Investigation of..the The work or rebuilding the L. & N. .' i't ;

Milboro at the Cannichael: falr. He -,4. ..- "Department., .- ', ..- ,- -. o'clock* Wednesday morning. He had been found.: work of the toredo upon piling at f R. R. Co's seven mile trestle across r:: l ; <
made love to the girl ardently and I teen n' ill health: fdi..a0Ysreyears, Smlthwa9connectedwltji: several -,the various ports of,,the,Gulf coast. Escambia bay Is proceeding rapidly:: U i
Persistently ,and she yielded to his:! but was able continue a*'work. :prominent' Pensacola families. Mr. Smith Is now ia PensacoEt toad< I notwithstanding the fact that the I.: t tI .

; Oitunlll-s and married him at Lieut. J. 1. Bryan, of the revenue John A- the fast pacer owned by II On Wednesday morning his wife His wife was Miss Villar of Pensacola. -will remain for several days I work Is seriously handIcapped by .' 11 f

tniontown on Sept. 19. cutter Penrose is In receipt of the following Capt T. E. Welles, which is making To a representative of -The Jour. I scarcity material. Five hundred 5 1.' -.t ; ,
Compared:: Not s. letter from the department 'at such a record in the southern circuit,i nal Mr. Smith stated last eveningthat I men are at work on the trestle and, ;1- \ ,I I :: '

Meanwhile wife Xo 2 had learned, Washington:' added another race Friday to the Pensacola Horse Show to Be his work was particularly with i while the officials in charge are una- ..: :- .. J

of Butler's first mairirgp and began 1st Asst. Engineer J. I. Bryan, U. S. I many he has won this season. As I II reference to creosoted piling. Some ble to say exactly when the work will :: ; ':
Investigating She get into communicatIon R C. S., in charge of revenue usual he carried oil! the honors in of the creosoted piling does not resist be finished the Impression prevails'i'j;.1:' "1

: with wiie No 1 and a meeting launch Penrose, Pensacola, F'la. I straight heats. I Given ,Friday November 9 the attacks of the toredo as -well among railroad men that the big trestle 1, I
resulted, the two women comparing I Sr: 1. Tie departments extends The pacer was entered in the 218 .. as other piling treated In practicallythe will be In condition to allow the 4 tt i i
notes. to you and the man !1n your charge I pacing class at Nashville, together same manner, and it is for the running of trains within the next ten ;14 \;. J

Publication of the Issuance ota Hcene -I its congratulations: for your zealous I I with Blae Ribbon, formerly of Pensa. The Horse Show, which was postponed I The committee has decided to reopen purpose of deciding which method of days. The railroad line now being : p,
in all cola, and other fast animals, creosoting is the best, that Mr. Smithis used between
to Butler and Miss V.est provedthe and well-directed efforts lending I many allow this city and the Escam -;<
the books, and any 11
on account of the storm, will entry
I within' to the but won easily in 2:111k. now touring the gulf bla bridge is
man's undoing. He was searchedfor your power simply a temporary one, :
Friday November 9. This parties desiring to make entries to do ;
occur on devised that will
Pensacola after the The telegrams received here a method can but it Is I
of severe announcing It '
by detectives and his arrest followed -(people i possible that will be used
date decided so, but those entries already made ,I:.JI
In Sixth Avenue, this city. He hurricane of S'pt. 27, 1906. the result of the race also was dafimtely: upon yeE- will stand. effectually prevent damage by the for the operation of trains pen hl't'- 11 'I tf
was: at once taken to a police station'heTe I 2. A copy of this letter will be stated that Blue Ribbon had made terday afternoon by the, arrangement toredo it will result in immense benefit the_ construction of the new line ..i..1. i M
committee: and it is anticipated that The committee will immediately begin .
his first two wives confronted filed with your record In this, depart fourth place. to gulf coast cities.BULLOCK whIch is to be constructed several feet ":;:l 't I
although a postponement was neces- to make all
necessary arrangements
tim Butler collapsed His three I ment. higher': than the old track wo'-k upon ,bfr ,I
after all for the for and
preparations the big event as many
-- - sary
eek's' bridewill join with the other Rsepectfully. EDWARDS. TAr I AND DAGON/ event had been made the success of are taking a great Interest in the HALL which has already been commenced 9$ } J
J. H. When the
two victims in prosecuting Butler. new track ,is finished It will : ; : t
the' show is assured. show, its success is assured. iJ'
Asst. Secy, of the Treasury. be high '
MISS RAMEY A SISTER enough above the surface of .-4
OF MRS. PETER OLSEN' Lieut Bryan and the men under his HAVE LEfT CUBA AT EXPOSITIONHOME the bay to prevent injury from ..4-+ 'j :
command rendered every possible aid storms, even if as severe as the recent ,: fi'
The I local end of the story is quite, immediately after, the' storm both in Rumor that Fugitive Banker hurricane } i

interesting:, especially as the young getting the slips cleared and communication Slips Cleaned Out. t '
ladv to water restored and by FAREWELL BY LIBERALSAND 4 'i t
whom Butler by
I was married and L PRESIDENT'S MOTHER All of the I
OF slips along the water .
who is known as No 2, is well known workng! in conjunction with the relief FORMER REVOLU. Financed Cuban Devolution front have been cleared of wreckage .I t.. ;!
In Pen acola where committee and "Pensacolians in ;
she resided when WILL"BE REPRODUCED AT !
are now in use, but it will be .. -
Cue *as married. :Miss:\ Ramey is a general will be pleased to learn that TIONISTS. / some time before j .
repairs to the
tister to Mrs. Olsen, wife of Capt. their work has received official recog-- By Associated Press. gents' anonymous threats, which were JAMESTOWN. Wharves can be made. Work at Com- \\or': !!
PU T K. Olsen residing on West nition. By Associated Press. Havana 13.-A circulated aroused killing fIIf > ;.;ti.
Havana Oct 13.-Messrs_ Taft and Oct rumor I I evidently by the mandancia and Tarragona wharves is { }
Covernn- >nt treet, and there, at mId- President since departure from Havana of General Quentin Bandera, the negro proceeding practically as before the '
Bacon Roosevelt's 1f..
itel!!!: t a Journal representative learn- WILL CONTEST peace Manuel Silveira, the fugutive Cuban leader, who was shin by rural guards By Associated Press. storm aa neither of these wharves ;
commissioners, to-day completed their I
f 1 J more about Butler and his doublePutler banker, is .to.the effect that he finan- I last August at the.. Silveira farm, fifteen Altanta, Oct. 13.-President W. N. were damaged to any great extent ; f i
labors and left for the United Stateson !< .
dfting: !! ced the recent revolution.: This is miles from Havana. Nobody Mitchell of the Georgia Commission, .
the battleship Loa's'ana.! They appears At Muscogee wharf a large force of ;: t,
is also not unknown in Pen- SEAT OF NEGROBy others ] have financed the revolution has selected for the' Georgia buildingat
( were given a farewell by many liberals denied by friends and likelyto to : men is at work and already the track } ;
eaeol'e He here first the know affairs. They Silveira few leaders who spent their the Jamestown exposition, a reproduction
came on I and former revolutionary leaders, his say cepting a on the west side of the structure has ,.'_
cruiser Drool lyn, and was kno-vn: as but no prcminent moderates appearedto was. much frightened by the insur own money for ammunition. of Bulloch Hall, at Roswell, been rebuilt nearly to the end of the 'i ,

Pie tallest man In the navy measur- Join In the farewell. I u__ ____ __ ______ Ga. This was the home of one of Geor.da's pIer. It will be some time before the :: -
ha Associated Press. and the home of {
something like 6 feet 7 Inches. early governors track'on
Atlanta Oct. 13.-Dr. George Atwood General Funston left for the United I the east side can be reconstructed f"i
and( built in proportion, and he will notice States the battleship Virginia. I United States Grand President Roosevelt's mother, from as the timbers were badly :
be rrmemb.ered by some as bartender of McIntosh county gave on Juryto which she married. The plan has the and it will be ,
to-day of his Intention to contest: the of Governor Terrell, nec- :j.damaged i
at Dunham's saloon South strong support
on essary to remove the two"Vessels that ,
Palafox street on the second visit of seat In the nett legislature of ''wn-in GERMANS WANTED Be Empaneled November 7 Governor-elect Hoke Smith and other are lying near the bulkhead before the : :
the ham H. Rodgers, the only negro prominent Georgians. Some of the tt r
Cect and after he had secured his. work .
I who can be carried on in a satisfactory .
dlschargl the Georg'a! legislature, has represented .. old furnishings of the home will be : "f.j '
for several 1- manner. A large amout of filling -
I Mcintosh county I
IN THE SOUTH loaned for the exposition.
Mrs Olsen Clandestine stated Marriage.hst tha j I >ears. The white people of Mcintosh The United States grand jury forth Charles Swayne that he will reach will also be necessary at the shore 1 1'i
night I I end of the wharf.
, toe ,county are outnumbered three to one fall term of the district court of the city during the early portion of y j
, *as marriage a cladestlne of her.sister to Butler by the negroes and it has been practically the ,Northern District of Florida, will next:: month, and will be ready to preside -j NO PEACE IN Acres of Timber. r: ,
, wniFi per- iinposs ble. to elect a white representative be empaneled in Pensacola on Novem- over the term of the court lIe Between Muscogee wharf and t. i
, ia the office of the clerk of
, the The question of disfranchisement IMMIGRATION WILL BE ber 7 This has been definitely decided has about fully recovered from his il- Wright's mill acres of lumber and tim
circuit court by the deputy clerkRnd .
iras much opposed by the family of the negro is involved in upon. and It is probable: that the ness. SAM DOMINGO ber have been jammed:: together and, I
: the coning contest. DISCUSSED: IN ATLANTA. petit juries will be organized the following while some work at clearing away the :,
well the
Qt"cirIly her mother who did not beDlv The court room as as
-n -'I' Monday. The' juries will be wreckage has been done it will be a
that the men whom her daughter By Associated Press. offices. of the clerk has been renovated }
h::, married had: given his correct CASFS .' Atlanta. Ga., Oct 13.-The gather- drawn in a'Yew days. and placed in condition for the By Associated Press. long time before this part of the .
bl1t- FIVE: NEW Ing of German Americans of the Southin The dockets, both civil and criminal, term. New carpets have been placedon Washington, Oct 13.-The peace water_ front resumes its usual appearance .; .

Pctler was master at arms on the Atlanta Monday will be addressedby are quite large for the approachingterm the floor in the'court room, and which was to have: been made yes-. West of Wright's mill the it:; ,
?!'nr';'vn when that vessel came here : JACK Dr. Charles A. Hexamer, of Philadelphia of the court. and it is probablethat linoleum on the floors in the clerk's terday between the Dominican government wreckage has been cleared away to I : -
OF YELLOW and the Insurrectionists great extent as far as Cevallos street ij1
'uh the the term will be a lengthy one. and hasbeen : } .
fleet in 1904. He became ac-: president of the Allied Ger- offices, as well as other changes but from Cevallos
to Alcaniz
postponed indefinitely. larg& : ,
q1liinh: >d with Miss af'he Societies of received from made. t
Ramey shortly man America and other Word has been Judge Improvements
quantities still line the beach
tl't Dispatches show that although the Inter. : ;:
vessel arrived. and persuaded prominent_ Germans of this country. '
insurgent leaders promised- to spersed here and there with a vessel .
bet i meet 't. :i
''o become his wife about two''Pka The discussion will take the
By Associated. Press. up question of -
the government officials and some description. Several of the
before the departure of the Washington Oct 13.-The Marine of the most practical method of arrangefor ,
Serious Charges Against of the l leaders failed boats that were washed high the -
Iflf! : peace some upon fj
1 I Hospital Service lias been advised: of turning German immigration to the i: .. ;
J beach. have been .
of i to appear and the negotiations were floated and are but ,
On Long Cruise. the appearance of three new cases South, spreading correct Informationof i
therefore delayed.RAILWAY little Injured. The hencE between Al
!he fleet then went on a lon; yellow fever at Havana, of a case at the South through the press of The President of Ecuador canlz and Florida Blanca, which !>' f.
truhp going to foreign countries,JbuttU Cienfusgos and another at Guines. Germany and denying false reports of ,
Mayor Bliss and a force of
city i
befo,.. employees 1 I
that he conditions which I
departure he jitated have been circulated
take his return wife as to soon hIs as home possible in Pitts-1 an-l :' DAIRYMEN regarding. the southern states In Germany Guayaquil, Ecandor, Oct. 13.-Foreign with money, arms and soldiers for buildings, has been pretty well clean- '3 1ft' _

burr : Minister Valverde, president of the revolution; corrupting part of the ed up. as the people were nearly an I..
Ibroad,During the time the fleet was I Los Angeles, Cal., Oct 13.-The CONDITIONS the national convention now in session army to take up arms against the OUT ON STRIKE preparing to rebuild. .. 't;
however dis-
he secured his IN
rhr! Southern California Veterinary Association at Quito, _has made serious constitutional president General Gar The immense mass of wreckage -f
1IJ3kin iccording, to local reports. by.. I has declared war on bewhiskered SAN FRANCISCOSan charges against President Alfaro. The cia and revealing state secrets. The I that filled the slip between Palafor 'J
believe! that hI'! was not :. If it has Its the to a i and Baylen street wharves has j
dairymen. princ'pal points cf the charges are: convention referred charges By Associated Press. been j _
Edition'i3mflo to ;;serve and was sent to : way, caretakers milkers-and milk deliverers Francisco Oct 13.-It is' a lit Supplying the Columbian liberals commission for investigation. Houston Texas, Oct. 13.-Clerks in I nearly cleared away and that which .
'10 r Road from where he came in this county will have to tle more than five months since 'the the; employ of the Southern Pacific I I remains is practically on the beach ct :
Jer acoh.: being absent for about :. po clean-shaven. In a paper read before great fire. In that time the business Railway belonging to the Brother-i the head of the slip. The soucl .itl tl

Hj a months :I the association last night by City centers have been established and :ed out and the foundations of big first street is the scene of active efforts hood of Railway Clerks, to-day went I..steamers Capt. Fritz and Eusene both ,,. '

'('vn then resided In Pensacola for :,': Veterinarian Young,whiskers were denounced traffic resumed; the car lines so far ,buildings that awited: the action cf to clean up.. Many additional on a strike without warning of which were left squarely on top of l ,
months:! with his new wife, and' rendezvous engines and derricks have ing recognition for the union the Baylen. street wtarf
I'rt1inf'd.' &s the favored restored as to fairly serve the needs insurance companies are lOw being dummy demand-I havebe! a :
1 here during': tae period that !i. and abiding place of germs.' Legislation 'of street travel; the real estate sales cleared; contracts have been let and been set up, to lift heavy material o'" creased wages. It Is : jacked np and ar being rppulred as : < }
JP! Pd"eet returned Afterwards he de-. was demanded to force those who have moved sfeadily upward; values streets are to be paved, and sewers' drive plIes for foundations and the I eight hundred art out along the entire I rapidly as possible. Both will be In : "'n.
to return to Pittsburg. carrying'i !handle food to dispense with "microbe have remained normal; much of the constructed. Nearly every business great fronts on < Market street are i system. iRailway officials c'aini the I r."

(Continued on Page Seven) j.I harboring parks" ,on their! chins. insurance tangle has been straighten- I I street from North Beach to Twenty- now 'rapidly being cleared of debris. vacancies are already being ZJefi. (Ccntinued' on page uven.1 .) ) .;



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; The Big Store WILLIAM.. J JOHNSON & _


f New Up-Town Store, in Brent Building, 9-11 Palafox Street.

.- A Dry Goods Department

We have now ready for your inspection, one of the best and most Carefully Selected Stocks in the City, for you to select from. Including all the


: very latest designs in Silks and Dress Goods, with Trimmings to match, also a complete line of Fine Tailored Suits, .Skirts and all the New.Ideas. in

t Box and Military Coats.also; hundreds'' of other New: Things We invite your inspection. ,' ." : :.

; Gents' Furnishing Department. '

''i We have ready for your inspection, a fine line of Clothing, Shoes, Hosiery and Shirts, also many New Ideas in' Men's Neck Wear. .. Our_line of


Shoes for Ladies', can't be beat Visit this department before you leave the store. t.

The Great Water Damaged Sale of Wm. Johnson & Son's DownTown Store.pp pFOX'ST AND EETS: g

i -i Monday this .Sale will break: all records. We will bring forth our best values in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Dress Goods. All will be sold out regardless -

r of what they cost. Better come early and get your share. Store opens at 8 o'clock.

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It have your fall and winter clothes
cleaned pressed and repaired, and put in
BANK TELLER'S good condition send them to us. We W. M. FALK
i! WINDOW do everything in that line and guaranteecur
I II work. Ladles' work a specialty. Gent ,
tlemen's membership rates. 11.00 per
e: I ,_ Phone month.1373.All work called for and.delivered. ON KEY WEST OF THEIR ONSHADOV

of the count has been overdrawn and the ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB,
tGreat depositor must be quickly notified 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET,
{ and a careful watch kept upon any WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER.
J| Man Who Handles Funds further demands which may be made HIGH CLASS MILLINERY

rA upon it There is a complication of [EXTENSION

t5< for. Modern Banks. notes coming due, there are scores Florida and Alabama \'
of accounts to be looked up and borne

tt t MACHINERY OF AN UP-TO-DATE a in suspicion mind against here, a possible certainty demands of de- LAND COMPANYManufacturers 109 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla. e

R The work of laving the track on the "In all grades of crooks there are
ception there a long list of figures of
;, INSTITUTION IS MOST GOAIPLJ- relating to various certified checks and Dealers in Florida East Coast Railway extensionin certain peculiarities which are very

}; CATED, BUT PRACTICALLY' PER- air with some bearing on the business LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- the keys will be commenced this marked," said an old police detective,
to New York Sun reporter. "Howdo
f- of the day. There are long lists of I OLES AND KILN-DRIED.SAP. week, says the Miami Metropolis, a detectives' into a crowd of
': f'ECT-LIABIUTY TO ERR RE. signatures go
each to be carefully memorized practically all of the other work, in MILi.INERII.n
< and arrest twenty or thirty .professional FIRST AUTUMNAL EXHIBIT OF
i OUCED TO MINIMUM. Just Received. eluding the laying of ties, having been pickpockets in the course of
Regular Work Begins. completed al l1 of the keys a few hours?
Imported Macaroni Sweet 011. Cheeses on except h
Bankers hare been described as a Promptly on the stroke of ten the Dill Pickles, Sauer Kraut. Mackerel. Cod There Is a popular idea that they
-'- class who are permitted to rest In window Is thrown open and the line, Fish. Pigs Feet Spanish Onions Pilot Plantation Key,-where there is still are familiar with their faces. They 1:

.. i elegantly appointed offices from ten which has probably already formed, Bread French Navy Bread. .Everything some work to be done. 'are are to a certain extent but it's
to 'three on working except onSaturdays passes rapidly in review. The windows fresh and new. The track laying will commence on c
days, Witch Hazel Jl.OO per gallon. the way the pickpocket, acts in a
i I when they are wakened both of the receiving as well as Marine Grocery Company.V. Key Largo and continue on south crowd rather than his face which tells
-: and put out at twelve. So far at the paying tellers are likely to be J. VIDAL, from one key to the ot er.. The rails the trained'detective his character. .- y
t least as the bank teller is concergn- very busy places in the early hours.In Manager. are now arriving I "Pickpockets are verY easily scared! ., w
the New York banks other than the ------ The trestle and'pier building Is also --it -i -
description U Incomplete. off. man who has been markedby I .. P
red one, of course, knows the gen- 'pu.ely savings Institutions the re- time is exceedingly valuable besides progressing nicely. At Long Key crooks gives the least sign that tl

:. type. Once a day perhaps at port of the clearing house is receivedat Insuring a degree of accuracy. whichno where the work" is considered the he suspects what is going on they will ....
-< long Intervals the average man,: about half past ten a. m. Here is mortal cashier can rival. most difficult seventeen concrete drop him like a hot cake. I have seen -
; 1| catches a glimpse 01 an alert, nervous half an hour of margin to cover the Depends on Memory. piers have already ben built and them mark out a man and follow bin Vi
:face lined by the bars of a bank win- withdrawals of the previous day. It From the nature of his position the others are under way.' A total' of be- until the man happened to 'turn am
dow, and but for a moment Half a may be a very vital matter that mon teller is obliged, to depend almost tween three hundred and fifty and around and look one of them squarely'| '-' '
dozen words are spoken, perhaps, the ey be deposited the first thing in the wholly upon his memory. Few memo forty piers will be built at this place. in the face. Then I'have seen them t.p
f transaction is carried on in dumb morning to stay the hand of the cash oranda are 'allowed him. The most Up to a few days ago the work was drop that man instantly, although 1

|show. There is a request made, perhaps ier, who would otherwise stamp the obvious of these are the names he retarded by the non-arrival of certain was morally certain that he hadn't '"
in a gesture, a glance of Intel- fatal "no funds" upon the check -\a keeps beneath the glass plate which machinery and supplies, but there are the faintest suspicion that anythingwas
Z / ligence.: a bank book, a pile of notes its way from the clearing house. A serves for his desk cover. This now on the ground and the ground wrong. r
: of hands cashier will tell you to a certainty is and the engineers expect to make "The is of I DJ
or a slip. paper changes plate usually placed beneath the (I I pickpocket afraid his
quickly, and one steps aside and the when the lines will reach their maxi sill of the paying teller's window and terial greater .progress In the future. Ma- own shadow. If he is on a street car ti ... C Ce Cy
line moves up. Naturally the face at mum lengths and when they will disap out of sight of any curious> eye out being rushed to the various and any one gets on that car who he
; the teller's window Is likely to be re- pear. These calculations differ in side. Here' is usually kept the list operations as rapidly as possible anda thinks knows him he will leave the r
; 1 various parts of the city. The busi-- of stop check orders, in such a posi- big showing Will' be made during the car at'once, even if Be had no inten- ... t
memberedA nest six months. More .
I laborers I:
( Trying Position. ness of the depositors the approach tion that they will be directly under are tion of doing anything wrong. He is ( (
., t Reverse the situation and the prob- of a holiday, or the first of the month the teller's eye. In this way he can being added rapidly, and it Is expectedthat afraid of people becoming too familiar .' t. r
i lem is immensely complicated. There even tha weather, must be 'considered run over these important notes without several thousand will be at work with his face. Then again he figures '. '
I Is all the difference in the world ont }In this very complicated equation. exciting suspicion. '?ben the along the route within tEe next month that if anything hapepns on that car

which side of the barred window one Cashier's Machinery.The payment of a check is ordered stop- or The six weeks.health of all the men continues. |I I'he, will be held responsible of it ,i{ ;

r stands. To the teller the ornate bars! machinery under the cashier's ped it Is probably for some good good and but few ;whether he Is innocent or guilty. ., ,
\ of his window shut out an apparent. control which aids in handling this reason and a mistake in such a matter contemplating very leaving. are leaving or(i I "The same peculiarities mark. the '' 'j. .'- f
They have
._ t endless succession of faces, each difficult business with the greatest is likely to be a dead loss. good food, comfortable quarters and highwayman commonly called the : .. .
; |1"y: business to transact, which possible dispatch has reached a per In the order of their frequency, the .receive sufficient pay to make the Etrongarm man. Here in New YorJr .

r varies as widely as their features. fection of late years which the old mistakes of figures usually rank first :positions worth holding on to. the strong-arm man usually follows 1
; j IlHere are a thousand problems with time cashier could scarcely have The possibilities of taking bad money his victim home and attacks him cn (
: so of ow reputation staked Imagined. The telephone at the cash perhaps ranks next, although in all a dark street Most of his victimsare

upon every one of them. Often there ier's desk Is, of course,-indispensable these matters opinions and experiences 0. ANSON GOT drunken men because he can the Tuesday and 'Wednesday
>- .Is only time for a glance; for a frac- but this has been superseded. The differ. The teller must, of more easily sneak up behind them :

\tion of time a face loons in through cashier is, after all, only the mouth- course, be able to tell at a glance the and lay them out with a club without J
i the bars. Thousands of dollars may piece of another department where I genuineness of a note or a- coin of THE CONTRACTHE being seen.
1 decision. An error of denomination. "A strong-arm man will run like a October
!bang upon the long rows of clerks are bending busily whatever 16'and J 17
r 2'ecognition-and there are hundreds over great books everlastingly addIng Checks on Money. whipped dog if his victim happens to ;
f. or ''thousands of faces to be kept in up long columns of figures, the I Whenever a bank employe goes turn around and get a look at him.
i tni&d-and the loss is instant and Ir outflow of money is, of course, under wrong the fact is made much of and WILL FURNISH UNIFORMS lie's too cowardly to km a ;, remediable. On the other hand, the the instant! control of these clerks the proportion of such thefts, in comparison he won't attack a man who has hada
\ FOR CONDUCTORS: AND MO. look at him, he knows that that I have Pensacola'sSmartest
; 'danger of erring through overcautlon The problem is therefore to keep n with the amount of money as I planned to give
i Is very great An instant's hesitation the closest possible touch with the handled, Is likely to be greatly exag TORMEN ON STREET man may indentify him later on. (
{ in recognizing some big deposit- bookkeepers. One of the ingenious gerated. There are, of course, an endless "The fiat thief is the easiest man of i
1 jt>r, which way be expressed merely devices to this end seems to transmit number of 'checks upon all the I CAR LINE. them all to avoid. Just make a rule Followers of Fashion a correct
i b gesture and an offense may be all questions and receive the answers ''money thus handled. Every precaution never to leave a flat alone. The flat t
ii I'Ten. quite u dangerous to the teller by a curious scheme of silent teleg-( is taken which It seems would thief never gets in a flat unless he is I
as ''an over-payment Meanwhile the raphy. To one side of. the cashier's j ibe taken. Occasionally however, some I There was :some spirited bidding I I quite sure that it is empty, although idea of the approved Millinery Styles :
ieervlce must be rapid the line must !, method of deceiving the bank for there have been exceptions to this],I )
2 ; window stands a curious white slate new I this year on the contract let by the'rule..
(not. be kept waiting. It IS! scarcely to BO connected with a correspondingslate i'a time Is discovered but with each 'Pensacola Electric Company for fur for Fall.
*be expected that the cashier of a in the clerical department that such theft the particular danger is nishing uniforms for the conductors "He will manoeuver for days sometimes -! :
ffcank find time to be as comorc&lcatlve carefully regarded for the 'I before he makes an attempt at :I
should any word written on one will be instantly thA more and motormen employed on its lines.
as an ordinary tradesman. reproduced on the other. The future. In any report of a bank de- The bids were opened last week a place, and a person who is at all j A cordial welcome to all.
observing ought to know that some! ;
} Concrete .Wealth. I telephone would do the same work to falcation it Is generally announcedthat and the contract was awarded to H.
The narrow cage barred in upon be sure, but the conversation mightbe I the method employed was an en- I O. Ansonf the well-known South Pala- thing is wrong. Look out for your I
place have had
you men to I
aIr aides, even roofed with steel into might re- tirely new one. fox street clothier who will now coming
t. \ overheard. A depositor provide
_. the door Inquiring for that
to time, # #ft Bible you
which one glances from sent the cashier taking up the tele- AS a matter 01 .iavit every.pos uniforms for the street car boys never heard of. I
'S after all a very fascinating interior precaution is taken. In addition to I for the
Is. phone and asking if he (Jones) were coming season. !
its most concrete of bookkeeping I many peddlers is another sign
wealth in
:;V ; Here and available form. Under the"CaShier' ,good dollars for, but a hundred he cannot or a complain thousand If the with elaborate its innumerable checks, a care- of danger, but the surest; sign that I I ;

,r. very fingers are piles of i I the cashier delays paying out the ful watch is kept upon the cashiers 1060 PASTOR'S CALLS.A your bell place is 'planted Is when ,

.... gold and silver. lie sits before open, money for a few seconds while he apparently themselves, and their habits, and man. ,week rings and a when number of times your.j
:l. drawers where bank notes of all denominations makes some notes on. 'a .ner of living are familiar to tie) bank. Sturdy Minister.A I to the you press the
are sorted and stacked harmless looking sheet When the Should they appear to live; beyond N. H. minister thought he would open door no one responds. 1
commonplace com- they are likely- to come have to quit the ministry because of a "That means that the thief Is trying'
i- like some very cashier takes up his pencil to writeon : means find
to out whether i
modity. He is actually hindered inbls' this reproducing slate a signal bell I under suspicion. One ingenious bank growing misery from undigested food.He you are at home.
r\ When the door
cramped for elbow room I was in the,habit of calling was induced to try GrapeNutsand opens knows' that
In clerical department president
Is the '
; wrung you are. and he takes his
'toy piles of bank notes or gold. But wherever that may be, and an alert all his cashiers to his private office is now well and hearty and says: departure.If ;
ti don't his
which is the cause of sox the course of conversation. "For tour years I suffered severe you answer ring he will
this money clerk receives the question. It is but and in :
has long since lost show him what kind at times result of 1m ring again and usually a third and NUJ F
'f-. many anxieties, the work or an instant to turn the asking them to agony as a prop. fourth time.
1;;;' all fascination for the teller. For ledger to the proper page obtain the of shoes they wore. The president 'er food. I could not do much work: he will
}; him it Is merely a very cramped little necessary information and signal it would then carefully examine the and was In misery much of the time."I "Then come upstairs and
i+' cell very much overcrowded and back. sole to see if it were'marked by the I had made up my mind that I ring the bell of the apartment a num-

littered np with money, where he The machine for making change is brass tube which usually lines the would have to leave the ministry, but ber of times. Getting no response he

V i must sit for'at least five hours dailywith again a great saver of time where bars of the city. He. believed that one day a friend advised me to try will him long open to the door and it won't take
,: every nerve strained upon an in this way he should keep a fairly Grape-Nuts and I am thankful that I out get everything worth have FI
{ exceedingly difficult business. accurate check upon their personal did, for I am well and can give God ing
,K' Day Begins! at 9. habits.New York Herald.. better. service than ever before. "The sooner people get away from
ig.. The bank teller's day begins at I Liver and -Last year was the hardest of my the notion that locks and chains will '
nine o'clock often much earlier. It 1' Kidneys THE LETTIE HOWFLOATED ministry, but by the daily use of keep the thief out of the fat the better (
YESTERDAYThe for them. Fifteen
for the outside world that !, Grape-Nuts I stood np under the strain or twenty minutes
is only It Is highly important that these organs at the outside is all I
; before ttilsilonr funeralswas an ex-
at ten. Long with comfort. I attended 57
banks open Should Lettie G. How
barred properly perform functions. fishing schooner pert wants to get in any place. It
behind the In the sabbath. except -
the little cage in preparation fort When they don't, what lameness of the I ard. of the fleet of Saunders ,,& Co., three, made pulpit 1060 every pastoral calls donesnt matter how ,he does it,'it is a
''Window is busy be aide and back,what yellowness of the skin, I which was one of tie'vessels driven enough that he does. The burglar
There is mall to gone and the best part of it is I do not have '
the through day. the books must be brought what constipation!bad taste In the mouth ashore at Brent's mill was Boated any more 'Blue Mondays. alarm"will keep him out,- but'the lock Over 2,000,000 Bank Note Cigars sold inWest Florida in 1905 1

fsr vaults where they have speht tick headache pimples and blotches and yesterday. at "There is hardly a.day passes that never.
; from the be repaired once and
'.of'' night. A fortune in coin ani currency loss. of courage tell the story. She will 1 do not recommend Grape-Nuts to '
the must be brought from the The great alterative and tonie placed in the trade. some person who is suffering as I suffered New Suit Filed.: Frank Reilley Agent Pensaco'a! Fla.

vaults, a sand well as carefully counted Decree Handed Down. for 9 or 10 years and who mightbe The following new suit was filed ,
disposed pf in the drawers or on Hodd'sSarsaparillaGives Judge Frances B. Carter yesterday welL" yesterday in the office of the. clerk of
the tables, where it will be at hand handed down a decree in the matterof Name given by Postum Co.. Battle the circuit court .-- -- ----
\ 'when the rush begins. There are the these organs vigor and tone for the Lagos vs. Lagos. granting the divorcd Creek Mich. Get the little book from Lee Daniel vs. Frank M. Harrison

problems carried over, from the pre- proper performance of their functions,and sought. Geo. T. Morgan. was so- pkgs. "The Road \VellvUle.." damages $2001( Blonnt & Bloont, attorneys Subscribe for The Journal to-day
l vtoux! day to be adjusted. An ac- cures all theft ordinary ailment lake It. JUfJior foe CfgnnTainonf: "There's a reason." for plaintiff. '

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DILL MACKEREL.PICKLES, Forwarded There YesterdayBy I! S ALE 1-1i'f::i'f: I

CHEESE Relief i Committee,

Limburger Swiss Which. Good Work.Continues Commencing Thursday Morning, October 18 at 8 o'clock. :iH

Italian Neufchatel, i
Pine Apple Roque- I
Beds, bedding clothing, etc., inj I .
large quantities,were forwarded to the I, P i'1 {'
ford Club and, navy yard yesterday by the relief,.. .,. --1 .! of',
committee of this to be ., .
city : H LANNO & '. :
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buted among the poor of distri-I '

I and warded Woolsey.to the The relief supplies committee of i. > : r ) ..lTIi

Warrington, which has been organizedto
assist the poor and destitute of Ii Will inaugurate a 39 Days.Fall Opening Bargain Sale that will eclipse ana.outshine all previous Ji.j f )
those places and has so far rendered _.
THE FANCY GROCERS, much When assistance. I 12 efforts in extraordiuary bargain offerings. e I :;: ,
a request was made for more .
assistance: from the. naval reservation ,1II \; -:,
116 SOUTH I 'I -
PALAFOX ST. a few days since the relief committee 'I'
requested that a list of everything
Phone. 391SOMETHING needed be forwarded. This was done

list and yesterday was sent every to the article sufferers on from the I'II Our Store Will Close at Noon on Wednesdayto I.. lj: .

the hurricane, and as the cold weather .

... NEW has of those caused who much lacked suffering proper on clothing the part,I I arrange and display as many of the tempting bargains as possible. 75 cases of new merchandise bought rj t j: "
[[old.filled' Beautj Pins, 25 and 30c per pair the articles'wUl 'no doubt be thank ;

W A. Gahlenbeck 212 S. Palafoi SL fully In addition received.to supplying the, needsof ij especially for this grand sale will be offered at prices never dreamed of before, and.it will pay you to come 100 |. -j .L"

COTTRELL the'naval, the committee reservation,continued sufferers yesterday its miles to attend this grand bargain carnivalMLiJ! LS SOUVENIRS will be GIVEN | .
good work in the V'T
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. city furnishing be-
Pensacola. Fla. tween lies with forty bedding and fifty and persons clothing or,fami and i A WAY the first 25 customers buying $2.00 or over during the first 10 days of this sale. Don't forE j .. : f' ;

---FHOlOCRAfHERS TURTON- -- 4 SINCE BELL.1879.Kctiak one The or committee two with food.desires, to acknowl-12 get the Opening Day, Thiarday9 October 18th, commencing promptly at 8 o'clock. i ,:f"i;' {. t, ,.
edge donations of $100 from the Pabst g 4r. '
': 5uppI.es. Flnisnlnj tor Amalajr Brewing Co., through; S. A. Friedman, 'I : :.':, ,1 I
and $25.00 from the J. J. McKaskill V I '

M ztchmaVer R.Manufacturing K. WHITE.leveler ad Graduate Co, of Freeport I Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Coats: and Jackets. Bargains in Domestics, Sheetings, Etc. : ;>
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(rllc"11.3:1: S.Paiatox Street Pensacela. Fla. ;
I Quality Counts-Use I a One lot of ladies' or misses' $5.00 Gray: or: Brown Q 25c 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, to goat . .;. . .,. .19'4c ,3 : r

ToldJas. LIGHT HOUSE BREAD.- I Tourists Coats, Velvet Collar, Cuffs and Piping, Best 35c 10-4 Bleached Sheeting for .2Gc f, : "I
Tersely Pfelffer' Steam a
Baker/ I stylishly made, special . . . . . . .$3.49 COG 22 yards stout 36-in Sheeting Domestic, to go for -$1.00 rt >
leaves to-day for 20 yards good White Outing Flannel, pecial for $1.00 "
T. Gerelds INFORMATIONFOR $7.50 Mannish Tweed Tailored Coats, trimmed in Silk :

!his Birmingham parents for where a few he days.W. goes. to visit MARINERSGulfport g Velvet and Braid. Very stylish;'special. . . .$5.90 ) : Mill-ends of 8c Flannelettes for 5c N :: t '

A. Page, who has been visitinghis Channel Light No. 2.-The $10.00 stylish Tourist Coats to go at .. . . . .$7.90 -- Q.G New styles of 12J%c and lOc Zephyr Ginghams, special. 2 :. ':.,t l tl

brother Frank R. Page on East position of the red, square, pyramid,! I $8.50 Man Tailored Pony Jackets, Black, with Satin for .' 8Hc ;; ., f I

Ifill, left he last will night spend for a few New days Orleans and, horizontally.slatted structure, from Lining, well made; special bargain. .1: . . .$6.90 ( 1 case of new style Flannelettes ,15c value go'in this a : &; 4.
where which tills fixed red lens lantern
then return to his home in Nashville. I I was shown the light heretofore reported -II $12.50 Finely Tailored Covert Box Coats, to go at .$9.75 sal for . .I'i
Capt H. O Admundsen, of New I extinguished and the structure 5 $15.00 Black Melton Coats, newest styles, finely made, Mill-ends of best 6J c. go, per l i i r 4 t-

York,which surveyor several for the of underwriterswith the 'vessels II class destroyed spar was buoy marked Oct. 10,by 1906.a red thIrd- | for, .-. . . .-. . . .,. . ff'f" . .$10.95 "" th for . . . . . . ... . .,. . 3c II
wrecked here were insured, has re-I I Gulfport Channel Light No. 4.The 5 Very special bargains in ladies' fine Tailored Coats, :: 5c Bleached Crash Towels to go at . ... .,. . 3c i } 'I' : f

turned to the city, after the a coast.short trip I horizontally position of the red d, Square structure pyramidal from | manufacturers' samples, at $11.90, $12. 0, 13.90 9c Bleached Huck Towels, special for .'. .,. . 7c .. {}:: .
to other points ?long '
The Daniels Boys and the Orioles I which this! fixed red lens lantern light ,f $15.90, $19.50 and $23.90. Worth fully 1-3 more.Ladies' II QPI Q' 12y2c Bleached Huck Towels, special for .,. .: 9c t: '., :: .
will close the baseball season at Pal- was shown extinguished, the light and Heretofore the structure rePorted | $10.00 Rain-Proof Coats, Oxford only! a great .... Bleached Table Damask, worth 35c per yard, special. 23C" '. ; f

teams metto Beach will be this composed afternoon.of picked,The destroyed! was marked by a red third. 9 bargain at . . . . . . ;-." .-. . .$5.90 Best 30c Bleached Table Damask, in this sale . . 19c ,: I IMillends !1 i I "
and an interesting class spar' buoy Oct. 10. 1906. 5 Extra in fine Tailored Rain of fine Bleached German Table Damask at L|'
players promise .Bp: 'order of the LigKl-house Board bargains Coats; at $9.75, .... i.
contest be to no those charge who for admission.The attesld..Therewill "Mobile Bay. 7 $10.90, $11.90 and . . . . .\. -.'. .:. .$13.49 ca vt Q about Yz actual value. f fil "
The position of the red, square, $ 'i: Q Fringed Napkins worth 35c per doz, for . : .". ... 23c ?, ,
big gymnasium of the Young four-pile ,
Men's Christian Association' Is being house from structure which this supporting fixed white lantern lens .?N. Children's Sample Coats, all Strictly Hew :: .sU) 75c German Dice Napkins to go now, per doz, for.,. 59c Z i,:, :
jut in condition for the regular lantern light was shown on a line .obs Extra special Bargains in all Linen Damask Napkins, a ..l .1''

classes right with which a class commence of business men.Monday At with near the the :Mobile western Ship end Channel of the Middle lights' 12 I and Stylish. ': .! tIftiI from 89c per dozen to .*. . .,. .. . ...$2.19 H: if}
the men's class numbered 32 and will reported extinguished and the 18 positively the greatest bargains ever. offered at 69c, .! Q Q Bargains in Blankets and Comforts. t!
probably be fully as large this year. structure destroyed, was marked by a | $1.25, $1.49, $1.95$2.90, $3.90, up to each ... . .$5.90 '\I 1': E' :...:. { ,

the Frank valued C. members Benjamin,of for the years Pensacola one of "red 6," second-closs thirty feet south nun buoy of the, numbered remainsof 1'Qc: ) 10-4 Blankets in Gray or White at 49c,,85c, 98c, $L39, ,.!'} JV J

police department, is In the city aftera 'the beacon, Oct. 10, 1906. [| Special Bargains in Ladies' Fine.Skirts.. II .:: $1.95 to . . . . . . . . ... $6.90 ;.: .1 ,
long absence, and will-'remain for af..v. Don't Blankets Comforts until N
I buy or you see ours. 1 f 'j
dajs He accompanied his wife FORBUILDING "Q.t:2: j.ftf
PROPOSALS I p Best $6.00 Mannish Tweed, full Circular Skirts, trimmed -
tpre on :account of the serious illness '" "bQ
of relathes Mr. Benjamin is now CANALNew I| in folds and Buttons. Special sale price . .$3.98 I: Bargains in Notions and SmallwaresiGood :1' ; J '!
I located in Jacksonville where he is Mannish Tweed Mohair Skirts I RW r. F "
1 $7.50 or choice styles,
employed by the Clyde linen Redfern,Orleans.purchasing Oct agent 13.-Captain of the Isthmian | special price . . . . . . : . . .$5.90 ," ..c..,. oS 0f Adamantine Pins, full papers, for . . ... Ic ,!' ;:.t r I
Blue Rib- Canal a q . . . . f
\ other extract equals Commission received yes- 2 Very special bargains in fine Tailored Skirts .at, each D 0 Rubber Tip Lead Pencils to go at Ic t ;,
bon Vanilla. Absolutely pure goes terday copies of the invitation for proposals Pin Cards for. . . .). *
twice as far and the. "Blue Ribbon for the completion of the construction g $8.95, $9.49 and . . . . . . . .$11.90 tii yO. President Jet Head to go .; 5c 2 _': ,1",
Fla>or" is perfection. Ask for the 25c of the ship canal upon the : t. 8c and lOc Garter Elastic, to go for . . .,. ., 5c 2 : ,
size! Isthmus of Panama. The specifications ... C Q) 15c and 19c Amber or' Shell Back Combs to go for, . lOc i ; '":
call for an 85-foot lock level ship Bargain Sale of Hosiery. (It,:,: '- ,;
ESCAPED CONVICTIS canal with minimum depth of 41 feet ... t ::: 50c Jewel, or Japanese Back Combs, for.. . .,. .;. . 25c M ::1 : !; -

RETURNED minimum between deep width water of bottom in fhe of CarribbeanSea 200 feet 5 375 dozen ladies', children and men's hosiery (a manu- if k. Q: p i lOc Jewel Hat Pins, to go now for . . ?. . 5c ':i;;: ."

and deep water in the Pacific ; facturer's sample line), bought at 1-3 off, to go on sale aI' : ; 8 a 1 lot of sample Hair Brushes, fine English Bristle, d 1 : .
\athan Sheeler, colored, an escaped Ocean. Any contractor or firm 1 c choice of entire }; ;
or cor- follows worth 39c to 50c (agent's samples) .
convict from Bainbridge Ga., who of ; -
was arrested here about a week sinceby .entitled poration to submit over $5 proposals 000 000 .capital is : Men's 10 and 12%c Seamless Socks to go at . . 7'4c .t:c.:.=.. E line for . . . . . . . . . 15c \

Officer to the Murphy Georgia, was city yesterday, not'only returned to I' Men's 15c Seamless Socks to go at . . . . lOc F: I I lot of fine sample Belts, in Corduroy and Silk, worth a :

serve out his term but to stand trial BIDS FOR LIGHT Men's 25c extra fine Seamless Socks to go at . . .19c UTw g I IO 50c each, all colors' to go at . . . . ... 15c' '.3 t
upon a number of other charges. PLANT AT MOBILE '. Ladies' 5c White Handkerchiefs to go at . .,. .2J/Zc ,.
Deputy Sheriff John H., Emanueltook Ladies' and children's best 15c Hose, now-. . . lOc ... : r :
the negro, in custody here and Mobile Ala., Oct. 13.-Mayor Lyons Finest 25c plain or lace Hose, in black and colors, to goat ... 15c Hemstitched or Embroidered Handkerchiefs, now y. '.t '

left The with deputy him at stated noon.that the negro yesterday opened the bids for the construction i . . .I. . . ,. . . 19c ..... Ww for . . . . . ... v . . . .10.-. lOc ::, I ,
lad a reputation as a bad man in of a municipal electric light- 35c :srl: 1 lot of fine Linen Paper and Envelopes, in boxes;.regular .. I \.f
Ing plant There ,were two bids and 40c fine Cotton, or Cashmere Hose to go at. 25c
J Jj Bainbndge! He was serving a termof opened. The McLeary Electric Light I CI 50c quality to go now per box . . ?. 25c x I 'it\\.
twelve months for selling liquor Company, of Detroit, bid $123,600, the| 1.- "ts g E
without license, and is also to be Underwear
a city to furnish the site and rights of Bargains. :
tried on the same charge when he way, and the Joseph! McWilliams Com 'QI. Miscellaneous Special Bargains. i f; }fA
serves! his sentence, and In addition of Louisville, bid 137800.. The i
fa is docketed for assault upon the pany Ladies' and children's Full _Fleeced Vests or Pants, 'N1aI \ ,f
bid of E Q Bruckman of New fork, 81x90 Bleached Pepperell Sheets, torn and wide hem,
thief of jiolice, and badly injuring that ,39c value . . . . . . 25cChildrens'
who proposed at a former opening to 2 to go at !;
o4eer.BOYS') 600 a worth 85c, for . . . . . . .'. . 69c''j
furnish the city lights at $63.50 39c Full Fleeced Union Suits for . . 25cMen's M .
per annum per light for ten years, and 2 Best 14c Pillow Cases, extra good, for . . . lOc :
DEPT. Y. M .C. A. at the expiration of that time to turn I 50c Winter Weight, Full Fleeced Shirts and i
Pillow for
Cases fine 14cMen's
: 19c Hemstitched quality, special 1J
ELECTS OFFICERSThe the plant over to the city.in first-class, Drawers, special for this sale . . . :. . 39c Work Pants dark 10''t.
condition was reinstafed. The bids neat styles, only

members,, of the boys depart-: will all be considered by a committeeof I All the finest grades of Underwear at special prices. ... dozen, to go at, each :. . . . . . . 9ScBoy's '.il 4 '
&ent!: of the Y M. C. A. held, an interesting j; the Council having the matter in E
Wool Cheviot Mixed Tweed Suits worth -Ii
charge. or ,
meeting on Friday night Silks.
at t which the following officials were f Special Bargains in $2.50 to $3.00, in this sale . .$1.95Boys' 1
elected' for the ensuing year: : --T-- $3.00 Beaver Overcoats : for . . .$1.69 .
President.! Clarence Avery.icepresident 100 pieces of 36-inch All Silk Taffetas, all colors, never I. special '1
Earl Lyman. I 4000 BOOKS 4000I sold for less than $1.19 per yard, but will go in this .. 1 case of White Wing, Full Bleached Sheets, 72x90, g '1. :,

Treasurer Secretary, Jack Thos.Roberts Finch. 8 sale at . . :. . . . . .l. . . 69c torn and hemmed, to go for . . . . . 39c fl
Tie committees' of the department thank hundreds for their patronage : 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all colors, regular 90c 1 lot of ladies' new Plain i Silk Belts,worth 25 and 35c t.

Rift>1 be named during the coming and thousands for promise- their. Xmas to at . . . . . . . . . : 19c I ;1
*wk after which:: one or two literary trade but I amanxious to. do more value, for this sale . . . . . . . 59c go .,
business now.' 8om.'Of the best sellers :
societies( andtwo bible classes will now will be out of. date Christmas.. 75c Faille Silks, all colors, special . . :. . 45c 2 cases new Mohair Lustre Suitings, worth 19c per i ':

be formed. What about your birthday trade! There Best 59c Jap Silks, all colors, to go at . . . 39c 200-202 yard, special for ... . . .. . . . . 12c 1 -
are about 90 birthdays per day in Pen- .
Julius Caesar. 2 cases of ladies' and children's 39c Full-Fleeced r. !:
sacola and I have books suitable for all New Plaid Silks for Waists:

was Its mark a man and of he nerve-but became sickness aged before left ages to Dictionaries and conditions and.from from Buster Uncle Brown Tom 75c quality, in beautiful plaids, to go at . . .v. 49c Underwear, to go at p . of . . . . 25c g < 1

{:Is time Sickness Is often caused Cabins to Clansmen $1.00 quality, in beautiful plaids, to go at . . 89c South Palafox 10 pieces 38-inch Ombre Plaid and Check Henrietta g i i

y a your torpid liver liver.and Herblne give you will health.11r regulate .- cile.Then or Tour Reveries Sweetheart of supply a Bachelor.Trade'TryLu of "Fighting- $1.50 Imported Plaid Silks, choicest styles, SpecIal: 98c Suitings, worth 25c, special . . . . . 19c | i f d .
Have a new
Carrie Austin. Hollon, Kansas Chance and all the September books. 1 lot of fine 50-inch Fancy Wool Tweed Suitings, new- 2 cases finest Pacific Percales and Flannelettes, g ; :H .j i

I. writes jnedicme: "I I ever consider heard Heroine of. I am the never best est styles, and 45-inch Silk Down Suitings, regular Street. in 5-lb bundles, to go, per lb . . . . . ., 35c g' V4 '
Uhout! ifQuality $1.50 bought at a 1 lot assorted Work Baskets, worth lOc each, for . .. 5c pi
quality (an agent's sample pieces
,HARRY T.HOWLAND, Best 5c Ink Writing Tablets, to 3 for . . . lOc :
Counts-Use big sacrifice), to go in this sale for: . . . 85c | ,
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. ..Manager,.De Luna:Book Store '- ssxs3ur* a uau's\3\s8\3\> r c.c. ca cs cmcx."x>Eloi"s I ::! !'
P'fift.r't steam Bakery. / ,De Luna SL. Phone 1491. r


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r i-eitto then the bricK : and crashed THE GAY RIALTO
tbe 7plllars ROUNDABOUT
'jonfmt burdened with a license tax-something them all to pieces as if a cyclone had I j
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if not I I.c
that Is unknown In many, I struck the building. together,with the

the majority of. cities, and still the men that workedjoa it. I

same business men are accorded a i When 'the f people* who owned it By Sam B. ;Russ.

j 1;: PUBLlSHEDlIEVERy DAILY* WEEKLY.MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAY.MO'NDAY :j| smaller scores of public other service places than enjoy.that which II with togetherwith closed lIpg'.nd ihetrl neighbors streaming stood eyes, &+:.+....+w..:+m+:.+.:.+w+.-.+.++*wt4 : ww+**<*<+*w.:. : ....:....-o' J I

to think how: hard it was. to.see. their -- -- -

: > .*3r ...BY... Very few people object to paying I neighbor so' wickedly treated and Share Alike. pensive show like Field's Is the one i sists upon divorcing- the Sultan from
taxes-even high taxes-when they I could not defend themselves.! some.rain must fall- thingto be avoided in. laying out a all his wives, but one, "the charter
::4 THE JOURNAL COMPANY.f I know that they are getting a reason Yes, and Bliss" will reap his reward. Into But no each one man should get it all route. i member of his harem." The judge a;*.

able return for those taxes but,when "I will repay, sayeth the Lord. For this is one of the cases where vocate also exacts alimony at the rate
II MRS. KRONE. Talking of negro minstrelsy a recent of half the Governor's
they pay taxes, either high or tow Every chap should get his t"1 l1'; salary for each
t; FRANK L. MAVES, President and General ManagerMEMBER the writer in the Mobile Register of the seven divorced wires and
and then fairto get therefor even I upOn
common conveniences of life and i & Corinne, the well-known actress gives some -rather interesting reminiscences his failure to comply with this tm.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. J ; who was seen here recently in of 'the old-timers in the I possible decision the unhappy ruler u
.. _. business some of the questions ask -:10: SAID OF PENSACOLA Cohan's "45 Minutes From, Broadway fcnrnteork stage. As one paragraph i plunged into jaiL The United States

i ed in the foregoing"may not we trust *. AND PENSACOLIANS. ," -should change her press agent in this thoroughly"" readable article refers : soldiers fall in love with the fair m..

L SUBUCRIPTION RATES : be deemed wholly Irrelevant for one 'who can devise something to ."a professional" who is well- vorcees and their passion is recipro

One Year ... .. ......... .J6 00 One Month .. .. .. .. '.. 45; ': fresher than the familiar "lost known in this, part of the world: It cated. A quartette of New England

Sir: Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week .. .. .. .. .. 10 All Things Come to H diamond" dodge as an advertising me- may as well be quoted verbatim: school teachers is Introduced to ":1'

: Three, Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..$! fO UnconquerabIPensacola ., ium: It was in Chattanooga, a' few "Jacob Tannebaum. manager of the lighten the the benighted native

-- -- -- ---- --- Those Who Wait.It has already gone cheer days before Corinna appeared in Pen-' Mobile Theatre .and Southern circuit there the merry monarch proposes to
The was long since made plain to all fully to work repairing her losses.In sacola that the thing happened; and was not only a superb leader of or- add to hi*harem but the Judge Advocate ,
; Only *mwacote Wmrvpaper from Which a Befaffe of the least. lurid chestras in New Orleans Brooklyn his calculations.
disinterested observers irrespective of all the Union there Is no city that i according; to one up3t3 Thre!
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. has more of the elements of life and newspaper accounts it happened New York and other metropolitan! are many amusing complications 1 be
party, that what passed for brilliancy strength than. Pensacola and the best about like this: theatres but Is the composer of many fore affairs are finally straightened

and independence": in Theodore Roosevelt of all is a brave people unconquerable "Corrine. who was the star at the beautiful popular ballads. Among Us put and the constitution Is distorted :

3 Ph" !E4ft'aJ Roms 38 I # : 1 Papers onSal' on Trains was in fact but little more thana by misfortune. Jacksonville Times- I I

'lBusinessOfficel500 l -' : ; -- and at all News Stands lack of responsibility and a deep- Union. -

seated passion for publicity upon any Not So Bad As-All That.

terms and at any cost Pensacola and Mobile were almost S- ." --. -a- '- -
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Irtendencia a.
and DaLuna Sti Something this sort has often wiped from the face of the earth by ,- -
been said and as often denied; andit the severe! storm of last week.' Re- *r
ports show that the damage is much ;
is. for this reason some satisfac-
PEXSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1906. greater than at first thought runningup '
tion to those who have cherished
never -
to 5000.000 at Pensacola and 8. I
I any illusions upon the subject 000,000 in Mobile. Almost, if not en- -

The recent cold snap was no snap to tions ol a purely personal or business to find that some of those who were tirely, the water front with its im .

the poor. nature. once among the President's most devoted mense docks were completely wrecked. $ r'fr -JLp- --
In many respects the damage
admirers, can now find no stone
The cotton planter now finds that The Charleston News and Courier Is done almost equals the Galveston
; heavy enough to cast at his devoted
flood. A number of lives lost
t things are picking up a little. the very latest authority to declare were
head. in both cities. The entire nation f4I1
a more or less admiring world that S '
The mercury may drop but the necessities So long as Mr. Roosevelt contented sympathizes witch these two unfortunate -:
"separation of the Is
races only
of life show indication himself with devoting his erratic eloquence cities and will pour in supplies -
no .t
radical -s 5 s-- -
solution of the negro problem as want now stares them in the face.. j'4. .
to follow salt to his political he I ;4PI -; ,. 9.I
opponents, 444
In this country." We regret to observe Manatee( Record., $i
was a man among men. But that S,
now t
Wall Street is betting two to one however that our esteemed: All Florida. 1t5 '_ 2sl
he has placed himself where :Mr. .e'
against Hearst Straws still show contemporary fails to supply any of I All Florida sympathizes with Pen-

which way the wind blows. the sordid details so necessary to our Bryan stood years ago a change has sacola in the great destruction of life -S f -
fallen nature. come over the spirit of the g. o. p.! and property by the storm, and all S : ?4 viS

The coal dealers of the south are I dream. I admire the pluck and enterprise of

; to meet in Atlanta. It is likely to be If a recent writer In Harper's Maga. All things are said to come to those I her citizens In the splendid mannerin : yIer

long metre and a cold deal for ,the zine knows what he is talking about who wait; and for our part, we are I which they are handling the situa

poor consumer.Tt our turpentine men have been puttingour glad that some of our Republican contemporaries tion. Pensacola and Pensacolians are
great-Tallahassee True DemocratNot 4 \
pine trees to a rather poor use. have had to wait for the, --.-- T :iftt
: St. Louis Globe-Democrat comes
According to this authority: President's Harrisburg address for For a Moment.

out square and solid for the annexation A pine tree is worth $10 a ton the following hot shot from one of the Hard as Pensacola was hit by the

of Cuba. About all there is cut and stripped it is worth $15 boiled biggest guns In their battery: storm moment her discouraged people were but never almost for be-a q t _

"square" about it into a pulp it is worth $40 bleached :

-The legislative fore the wind' had ceased and long j
it is worth $55 which turned into or judicial actions ;
and decisions before the tide had regained its normal -
The President has discovered that of which I
cellulose com
and silk is
spun ji t'e 1j1t4f4W
plain level planning and
be it they were % r
the way to keep the peace is "to worth 5500." !Here is an opportunity remembered do not really
better Pensa-
leave to the states working for the bigger 4
shoot straight.! Glad there is something for someone to figure out the val coroprate wealth in power to deal with cola that should.rise from the wreck- 4 )
ue of the pine in business. Actual
forests Florida.In .
straight up there. experience has shown that the states age of the old. IteFuniak: Breebe.

a recent Issue the Century Magazine are wholly powerless to deal with this -
It has been decided that the Panama The Winning Spirit.,
dilates at tJmd any action or decision Pensacola! The
great length upon Three cheers: for
canal is to be completed by contract that deprives the nation of
what it is pleased to term "the charlatan to the power storm hurt her severely, but it didn'tdishearten
Time to look out for a leak deal with it, simply results'$n leav- ,' "She is and hurtling -
her up
In politics. But the most
: and another big G. O.. P. scandal. dan- ing the corporation absolutely'free to to clear away' the wreckage and The Sultan of Sulu.
gerous type of liarIatan'in our poli- work without any effective '
declares that ,she will build _bigger
: The very latest collegedictum Is tics is not as the Century would zion whatever; and such a course is and better and finer than ever before.

that slang "is the ,effervescence-of a have us' 'believe "the political adven- fraught with untold danger to the fu That is the spirit'-that wins, and nothing opera house Friday night, b xaTie! 'ex- songs |s, "I Ain't Going,to.Tell" He so as to admit of every one beii I
vacant mind." .Men like George Ade, turer" who is. "freehanded with .his tore of our whole system of government short of annftfitetfon'/can preventit eited after.the play was-over, r1!-l1ed wrote the music ,of this! song for made happy when the curtain d
and, indeed to our whole civil- from winning.Miaml. from her dressing .room to the stage Tommy Ryan. Billy Emerson sang it .scc'hds."
who have made slang pay dOfl'tmind money. but the Intellectual aristo-
ization. It Is our clear duty to see ;-, and startled opera 'house employes for .year:}. The words were by Pool i
a little thing like that: crat who has so little sympathy with In the interests of the people that No Distress Signal.It and members of her company by announcing now manager .of Pool's Opera House,| r Palmetto Flat Paragraphs. I

Democrat the plain) people of the country that ,there is adequate supervision and con- was certainly blowing some over : that she bad been robbed of New York. "Sadie Ray," a sentimental -
The Tallahassee True
he Instinctively describes any propo. trol over the business and of the in Pensacola. ''But her people are her diamonds. Considerable stir was song is also by Tannebaum. The The cotton is mostly blown out. a. i
says that "nobody knows what the swollen fortunes of tcnlay, and also made of the proper material and thev occasioned by'the report officers were chorus is considered the finest ever, we are not at all likely to blow o

drainage of the Everglades will cost'' sition made In their behalf .as socialIsm .wisely to determine the conditions upon have refused tot blow the distress :summoned;> and a large'number of per- written to a song.' It has a world-wide selves this ;year.

It has already cost our esteemed contemporary or worse. which these fortunes are' to be whistle. They hare gamely taken sons had to. be complaisant while reputation and has been sung by all -
transmitted and the care of the "situation: and refused to "We purpose getting out a sjicri
percentage that their persons and! baggage were first-class minstrel companies.
any amount of ink. A Timely Tampa they shall pay to the government accept outside*fhelp.,JacksonvrneFloridian. searched. According to'the claim of storm edition next weekor as s ra
as we get hold of a city paper wi'.i:: ,
Secretary Taft"sayS that Cuba Is Proposition.The them whose to protecting arm alone enables the actress, she had left the diamondsin Th Land of "Nod." the latest .
a tropical plant that needs pruning.As people of Tampa have .had 'do this work. To nation can Don't Believe It Vet her dressing room during the last: The flowers nod In the garden; \
relegate It'to the Then Pensacola pappers must stop act, and returning after the curtain at Her mother nods in her chair; The big storm sure struck a sn 5
Is of
a prune a variety plum.'there sprung on them a proposition to aboP states .,is a farce and is -
simply missed them. She said that
an- once a struck Palmetto Fiat. ; i
spelling it Fort McRea. Major Sid- And they slip out in the shadows when a T
Is little doubt that the G. O. P. will iSh the fee system, so far as all coun- done other at way of saying it shall not be ney Herbert, infallible authority on search through her own effects failedto That linger reluctant there. most of our omce force felt tiLe I

get anything of the sort that may be ty officials are concerned and to put all. such questions saY it is "Fort Mc- reveal the jewels, and it was then Only these two and the flowers striking for the high woods.If .

In sight them upon a fixed salary. >>- Ree," named after a well known officer that she'gave the alarm. Chief of And the sky and the first dim stars-
I The details of this proposition were of the old*'amy In ante-bellum Police Moseley' was notified and he at And< the sound of a girl's low laughter the cotton farmers in the neip'"-
The Memphis Commercial !Appeal S5 PENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY. times.! Fleace'-'se'e that it don't -occur once wdtjt to the opera house in per As Cupid lets down the bars. borhood of this place are on top U.:'

thinks that "the Ouban insurgent begins given in yesterday'sJournal, and it again.:--Live': Oak Democrat son. He:summoned Patrolman Shipp. year, it won't be the fault of the ''too' i

to feel the, strength of the is our purpose in again referring to # By Sam B. Russ. # I and the-three proceeded to search That the poor need blankets just crop, which is a plum failure. \

Wait be- the matter.-to-deal with the proposI- I Sometimes. : every person in the neighborhood of now may be taken for granted but no -
clutch. till he
American Jacksonville Times-Union says the dressing room and also the recent Lent Hodgkins happened to a piinful -
tion as a matter, of principle. $- The bag- such wet blanket as the storm
gins to feel the great Americangrafter that with a town;as full as Pensacola gage of the actors. All search was proved. accident the night of the ston->.

7 clutching ,his money. There' are obviously certain counties People who live to eat seldom live of vitality calamity is only a steppingstone fruitless. If anybody secured the diamonds while crossing Six-Mile creek OD :

I in.this state, in which, under the long. I I to greatness. Bute don't he succeeded in making away George Ade's "Sultan of Sulu" will log. with a jug whisky he was carrying 1

In referring to Tom Watson's boast fee system, some of the public officials care to be great-it grates on our feelings with them." be given here tomorrow night, and home fcr medicinal purpcs \ f

that he Is a populist and proud of it, i are grossly overpaid, and as the People who make trouble ''seldom I when it comes the wrong way. ..-- will no doubt draw as well as its mer- the aforesaid whisky falling into '
.] the Montgomery Advertiser rises to money thus squandered comes from make friends. :Pensacola JournaL But, you know Life's Knots. its certainly deserve. It comes hers creek. Friend Levi is still a-flshicz j t
'cities are like individuals that they heralded great success, having for the jug, but doesn't seem to bare
remark that "some people can feel : it Love lights a lamp that Not what you think as a I
j the people to the people should return marriagetoo have thrust upon of bait 3
greatness the kind
sometimes made phenomenal runs In New York, right :
But what
often blows do
proud on a very small capital. Especially either byway of the road fund out. I Jacksonvfll Times-Union. you. ,
1 That- makes the dreamsOf and Chicago. The plot is not'so improbable .I
: when it'g corporation capital school fund. It's an ill-wind that blows nobo!} "
or No thoughtful man can ever be hap.. youth'come true; as that on which the general I I

: Mr. Taft now holds two important On the other hand, there are doubt py for long at a time. Coaching'Pensacola a Congressman.Bay \is all right-one of Not, what you make, run of musical comedies are based. It' any edge good the and receipt we of cheerfully a good ackno1-pair >f t, 1
differs from them in possession of
in the fees
less counties which Santa But what
positions at one and the same time- some Men who are generally "full" gen- the best in the country. but you a distinct subject of contemporaneousInterest pants with only one patch wherf >' f
That forms harvest
are not sufficient to pay a living sal- erally lead Rosa Island is not a success as a sea- the coat tails come, what was blown 10:4 1
: he Is secretary of war at home and empty Hves. well makeup All would reap. which if humorously treated i .
t of Cuba abroad. There ary, and it is understood that some walL Uncle Sam might as I in Mr. Ade's quaintly original style. our backyard while the storm was 't :
may line of masonry
authorities are of the opinion that in Marriage is a condition In which his mind to run a "The theme" according to advance Its height i J
that The man who can get rid of this
i be some warrant for all this in law, there Is little room left for illusions. along the.'ocean front of
such"instances the,fee system shouldbe Pensacola cold wave by a wave of his band is notices, suggested by the American I
the papers Orella Boggs Palmetto Flat's favorite '
1 but there Is certainly, none in prece- Island and Sum :
occupation of and the 'benev-
allowed stand. Love out the window Congressman i the man Pensacola is looking for Just '
: to may go when should begin early to coach poetess has returned from th rand I
olent assimlation' of its
dent or policy. In this view, however, we cannot poverty comes in at the door, but it 'Lamar' on the subject ''Hurri I now. ruler who.early leans that polygamous'the 'Con- favors us with the following gem: i :

-. Mr. G. Cleveland the fiery untamed coincide; If the fee system is wrong often leaves the catch up. canes like the last straight.one don't but when come I Considerable disappointment was stitution and. the cocktail follow the Plunged Into Woe. '-

fisherman of New Jersey,' has coined it should be done away with' altogeth. It is idle to suppose that all .men often nor shoot result is something I felt here in consequence of AL G. flag.'" The island .potentate, with Her life was a load I '

1 a new word-"afflictive." Need It be er; if it is right, it should stand can be good as it is to suppose that they: do. The hit wind the can't be headed off I Field's failure to make good his date. many wives- accepts* sovereignty Which death shook off, S

said that this addition to English as But we think it obvious that, if It is they can all be brilliant. but awfuL the waves can. Wre Oak Demo This, however was unavoidable, the of the United States and takes the I As she left life's road ,
bad condition between Pensacola and title of Governor, under the tutelageof With a hacking cough, f fI
:- she ought to be spoke is applied by its bad public policy to pay one county, Women admire strength In men- crat. J Jacksonville on account of the storm a volunteer colonel from Arkansas.A I Survived by, eight -

distinguished and extinguished authorto official too'much; it is quite as'bad to the trouble is that so few of' them Good News.. rendering it impossible to make the strong minded maiden lady who arrives Offsprings, and JoSeph t

f the present Democratic situation in pay another too little. know strength when they see it. After investigating: the effects of I trip' without losing a night on the with the American: invaders Is I her mate.

fir the Mayor Bliss road and this with a high-priced ei- :appointed judge advocate. She in- : Who Is plunged In woe. ;
'New York? Let each county, therefore ........... .. ............AI the storm In Pensacola :
scale for itself and let every public of that city has given to the Associated -I !

The Birmingham Ledger, In refer. 'official in the state be accordingto i Press a lengthy statement in 1a-HH shows bile I
' paid I VOX POPULI which he goes into details and char- H information there was nothing are only some six feet above he)

ring to the recent death of "AT his deserts: not according to circumstances .t acterizes as gross exaggeration the so unusual In the character of this ordinary level of the water, the wav 's

t Adams In New York. says of "policy" or the amount of "pull' ..................l...... stories sent all over the country of EXTENDS SYMPATHY I tropical invasion. Similar storms. flooded the first floors of some Wa--- I

t that It ia "a form of gambling that hasp he may have. the stupendous loss inflicted upon that TO THE GULF COAST. '* : and some of greater velocity have houses and stores, doing no tit!'"
LADY: PROTESTS AGAINSTTHE been etima- 5'- oS damage to goods, but not greater tfc! >!a ,
had in The damage '
not any success South. visited that coast as far back as there ;
Should CITY'S ACTION ted at $3,000.00 in the aggregatebut i' happened a. hundred times fn-n
; The Ledger's fund of sporting infor- City Sprinkle t l >> are records. If there were more flooded streams to other coast or
that $1,000,000
( mation. Is certainly not lo be admired i the Streets. Pensacola. -Fla.] Oct 12,- 1906. will Mayor cover Bliss the .property says loss. It is >>>> iI'I lives lost In this last visitation it riverside cities. There Is nothing !to: I''
Pensacola I
for Its accuracy.In : Editor Journal: good news that the metropolis of west was probably because there were the calamity at any point makin a :
The Journal regrets that the city Will you please give space In your more resident demand *op
Florida was not hH nearly so hardas The fullest sympathy of the whole, people along th? ex- on the rest of the world I
a recent "expiation" on the council failed to make provision for paper for these few lines? had been reported. And this is : posed shores than at earlier dates. financial assistance and it is to '

beauty of Atlanta John Temple the sprinkling of the streets or at :My nerves are yet unstrung causedby doubtless true of Mobile also.-.lire country is with our fellowcitizens Some ot. the reports notably from hoped that the highly colored 18'I< 'I
I the recent great storm that swept resident along the coast of the eastern -i I Mobile were sufficiently terrifying to counts of destruction will not tend '((1
: Graves, the talented word purveyor of least those streets in the business Oak Democrat.
away every home ,for more than a I portion of the Gulf of Mexico in lead people to conclude that residenceor the detriment of the prosperity If. -1 t
the Georgian; refers' to "the jagged Section, 'during me' coining year. block In front of my home on East ,Another Freak. the: considerable loss of life the physical -I property there would be very un- rapid growth that In the last ', *

grandeur of Its sky line.",-.

: that the man who evolved that phrase government to sprinkle the streets of [ left of the homes of the poor who Pensacola was the complete wrecking property which came upon them'I i mentable enough, It Is unfortunatethat cola Gulfport and others of the ,-? *

; from his own pocket dictionary has the business section as it is to keep had tolled and. labored for years, fora of a mission! church building through the hurricane of last week. they should be distorted to the towns. f
shelter from a storm.A while not a building near it was in- The wont effects seem to have beenat I r damage of the fair of
: to pay laundry< bills and get broke \httn fclean! -M much its duty to repute one of
few days since of the sufferers
some jured. The north end of another Pensacola lower Mobile Bay and the most delightful and promising of JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES
like ordinary mortals! see that the dust is laid as to see had begun to try and gatherup church building; one belonging to a the coast of Mississippi Sound. New:'all our seaports: In the City of Mo

One of that the garbage' Is hauled away.It .what lumber they could on their colored congregation, was blown 'out Orleanspractically escaped. as did bile there were but one or two lives Editorial Rooms'I f

our exchanges takes the will be said'of course that there lots, and started to, rebuild\ their lit. though the. destructive winds came the Texas coast There Is reason to lost and those from flying debris, Business Office! .. .. r i) r
ground that "nobody would have objected tIe: homes. thinking the storm over southeast The believe that in the early fully i
was no. money, either,on hand or insight from the east or the reports which could as well )happen in any To communicate with The Jour u to
to a business man continuing but alas not so. waters rose that fateful Thursday afoot and sensationally printed in the, Northern city during the the bn: 4
which could be prevalesceof during the day time use
for this
used This morning about 9 o'clock a tide Northern there '
his live of business while a member higher above mean high press was very con a gale. The waters of the Bay office No. 1500. To co::
- phone
purpose and' therefore the council crowd composed of workingmen than they did when Galveston was siderable exaggeration as to the destructive "
of congress;;" and goes on to say "why jlayor I were driven up. and as the three or tate with The Journal at nit! '
Bliss with
had the best of reasons for cuttingout headed by four wrecked.-Jacksonville. Times-Union. force of the storm. Later four front streets the 33.Femenina'ftr .
I of City of Mo- the editorial! phone, No.
then should be
a lawyer aked to put that provision. But is that a officers came down jJain street likea I

; an end to his practice because he ? storin. with about 20. men with

. happens to be a United States senator good reason bright dining axes and shattered
. i Jt there was no. money either on fences that had been set up since the

? Simply because no man can hand or In sight for this work, why storm and those"who had started to :

serve corporations ,and the people was there not? If other city governments rebuild. One family especially who Women

at. the same time. As for the can so finance city affairs as had their little cottage over half com ,
When the great crowd of
first proposition! no selfrespecting to provide ,for street: sprinkling, why ilaughterers plete. arrived at this point,

; ,.man would ever permit his course in cannot ours do likewise? Is Pensa they rose like wild men upon the

I I congress to be affected by. cosslttera- cola different from other places or are building and, the brignt axes, began Equal to any il.oo preparation .on"the niarkt, :




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i rateeach '
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upon We have something to say that is of interest to every woman who oBeautiful .. TT':'

:a im- How 'it. Feels to Know You Gown, a Stylish Coat, a Handsome ,Hat or any piece of Femine i i 1;
ler i
!13Mates t tI Wearing! Apparel of Modish Design and Tasty Creation. THE READYTOWEARSTORE ; f : I' '.

.Ir! dl- fi' 1r I Are Rushing Near .to is desirous of getting the custom of every Lady of good taste and judgm i ;" ': ',

ciprogland- Death. I !lent, and in order to get them in the habit of coming to our store we are gom f .- i' ,

to entives- ing to offer, such inducements as will attract OUR LINE IS ALL NEW-New' N :

, 4 GoOds New Store, New Firm. Our Buyers bought only the BEST-Latest N t;); : '
es to echo of I
.a pathetic the )
AdvoThere- T Bddlngton: Pa., on Saturday i tragedy when a' I Possible to Obtain; and in the way of m ; ..: ,

i the fastest train running between ru r., }

tenedorted a be- '- :(New Into another York and vain Philadelphia on the Pennsylvania crashed- CLOAKS SUITS CRAVBNBTTS N j'f'(

: road, killing three women and Injuring I ,
: many passengers, came Tester
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- L j day in the story of George, Van Are- SHIRT WAISTS SKIRTS t :
dale the engineer o* the flyer says r
the New York American.
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ilia the narrative emotions of he what felt is happenedand Jntesely And Headwear is in Full Accord with London and New York. ;' ::4 i J

dramatic-fraught with the sorrow

i iZ iz a three man years must of feel work when at. the after throttle forty-, .Our Inducements for the Coming Week Will Be I : < y

and at the age of sixty-nine, he meets I.
av M 1 his first accident. !R ,

M a'pension Van Arsdale years might ago, have with retired the reputation on- Hi 100 Coats, 52 inches long, latest designs and styles, Elegant quality, made m I : .:

I of being such a careful engineer in loose and semi-fitting, beautifully tailored; well worth $15.00, for the : ,"'

I II that he never even ran into a !If week . . . . . . ... Hi 1
II bumper in a depot, and never had coming . :. . ..'. ... . . $ 7.98 :
I been reported upon unfavorably. m 0 -
II 60 great wag the grief of the aged t 100 Skirts, beautiful patterns, made in our latest "Ready-to-Wear designs fU '

I man, who for more than two score 1 well worth $6.00, for the coming week .' . . . _..r. $ 4.49 N.
years had whirled millions of people ,
I hundreds of miles in safety, that after One Lot Shirt Waists, all wool Albatross, all Shades, made in our tU ,,1

fr-.Ir I1a--ffl-] shoot the him.crash" he begged same one to Hi "Ready-to-Wear" style, well worth $3.00, for the coming week . .$ 1.98 : U ,

Now, coupled with the horror that !'
I \ haunts him 'at night, is that in his One lot all wool Waists-come in all evening shades-suitable for evening .

old grace age from he will the be employ discharged of the in company dis- and opera wear, beautifully tailored, well worth $4.00 ,for the com m .) :, 1

for which he worked on the first ing week . .'. . . .. p . . .' . . .. .'. . $ 2.49 : tl t "

4: J Sack Suits for Bin5ees! \( Wearmade day it began Mania operations For Speed.in 1872. 50 all-wool Ladies Suits, made i in Pony Coat effects; also semi-fitting, m i '

"Its the craze for speed, the mania come in black, navy and gray mixtures, well worth $18.00 and $20.00, r .,
I for whizzing along like the wind that
is responsible for that wreck," the for the-coming week . . . . . .:. .!. .:.-,. ?.,.,.,.....,. ?..?. .... $15.00
order the Stein-Bloch tailors with all their highly paid skill. Three engineer said to an American reporter tV
; by at the former's home, 162 Sip 65 Cravanette Storm Coats of Priestly Utility Cloth, shown in all new N I,.

distinct styles-conservative, "English" and "Saxon." You have heard of Stein- street, Jersey City. "Since 1863 my shades, Oxfords, tan, gray and plaids, made in the very latest styles, IU 4 :

Bloch, but you have not seen these 'suits, nor learned how they will fit. Try a and hand since has been 1863 clutching I have been the watchingthe throttle, well, worth $18.00 to $20.00, for coming week .......,....._..<.......*.._. ."..... $10.98 "t, '1.
and be convinced that good fit as tailor "' r :{
try-on to-day we can you as your gradual speeding up in railroadlife I N "
for less money.: Prices, $15 to $35. and in general commerce. The
-' e -- train I had yesterday could speed N ; ? <*
along the steel ribbons at sixty, MILLINDRY OPENING "
f :
p <;. seventy, eighty miles an hour, whisk. J ? I
ing through hamlets BO that houses II c E
: looked like blurs, thundering alongso On and will have GRAND MILLINERY .1.' j
; fast that the perspective seemedto m next Tuesday Wednesday we a
iTAMDARDfEOTHfflSOTHIESElf / be swallowed beneath the great OPENING. On account of our Show Windows being broken by the recent N :' 2 ;

,i being de- wheels' my that fest were'Men flying wanted around speed beneath -, storm we have arranged to give our Grand Opening in our Back Parlor., THE ; .- '! I.

VtBUODlf\: and they had.to.have it. But the cost GRANDEST DISPLAY OF MILLINERY EVER: SHOWN IN THIS CITY 1.11 ,1 ,

there sometimes are small is great contrivances In a great, the train importance will be arranged there for the inspection of such Ladies as delight in all that is ; I

of which none knows but truly Feminine and Beautiful. We are inaugurating a NEW FEATURE for ', f 'i. -

t, and the- engineer.inslgnfi Let one pieces of these apparently the occasion, which will be of much interest to the Ladies. This is a French N : !
ant of
a our- machinery : N
go wroog-rwellt) you know Room, wherein will be displayed latest Parisian Importations. N : :
what, happened." r
pedal Van Arsdale nervously paced up ftjft i I
soo'a: GRAND I REPRESENTATIVE and down piercing together the memories
with STATISTICS I OF of the awful minute before the f

collision.Working Smoothly. The Store 8 8ftt '
sna;; Ready-to-Wear
and WATSON RETURNS HOME "When I started out that morning"he
like said, "I had no prempnitions. My ,
THE PASt p locomotive was working splendidly IM*
smoothly. Everything was .n grand Brent FALK & FRIEDMAN. 17 S. Palafox Street m *' i
neigh- ATTENDED SESSION OF I. O. O. F. IN TORONTO shape. Tho miles reeled behind us Building.

i p"top"this AND SPENT TWO MONTHS VISITING I l : five without stops-one incident.at:We Trenton were, to and make the aaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasixty ru : .I" J(

VARIOUS CITIES IN CANADA WEEK ( final one at North PhBadelphia. At i,
., :
t each station when I applied the f .
p-\In-: \ y AND THE EAST. brakes they answered. in the old time i
torm, ,, way. In point of years and serviceI miles; an hour- and that's speed
on a am the oldest engineer on the road, son; that's speed. But we could have

,s carposes- Grand Representative Thos. C. Wat,.Netherlands, Sweden Switzerland, Record of Marriages, Births and thought that my experience with toward made seventy the end of or the eighty.curve I Coming slowed MILLINERY HIP:
Jnd a dozen other countries. The In- trains certainly: would help me if any DISPLAYy
son, of the Odd Fellows of Florida down some but the train didn't respond
I not
troubles But had fig
the arose.
o fluence of the order is widespread and Deaths During the should have done.
from the city the way it
who has been absent
ishin? and its system of government is almost ured on the little machinery tha.tW0111d Is
, have for the past: two months' visiting and in perfect, its achievements during Past Seven Days.The not work. what My brain the trouble throbbed.I was, and did tried not every know olJolJolJ -
prominent cities in the East the past century being marvelous, and "At Croyden I saw a danger signal +il H '
'But I
Canada has returned, accompanied byMrs. the admiration of the glimmering ahead of me. I threwoff known way of stopping.
,obody DO"1Ilr 1- him. Watson While, absent who made Mr.the Watson trip with attended ple.whole intelligent and thinking peo- folowing is the record of marriages brakes.the There's power' a applying, long curve the air at ed the to,time be, pushing and the pushing engine was ahead liter all A store full of t.he/atest creations 41!:!

ofe the sessions of the Sovereign After the close of the session Mr. births and deaths during the Bristol that winds aroundin, such a ally shoved along.
:' then Grand Lodge, I. O. O.F., during the and Mrs. 'Watson visited several In- past week, as of record in the offices way that high speed is possible ont Almost Went Mad. In style and beauty--the season's '-rl J i ii
! into third week of September, held in teresting cities in Canada, among I had taken that curve many "There were pods dead ahead.
\\'as atfavor Toronto, Canada, and which were pronounced them being Montreal and Quebec, the of the county judge and city: clerk: times. I knew every inch of it, andI We shot out from beneath the foliage i best In Millinery. t -,,11 f i ij
by Mr. Watson to be the latter being one of the most Interest- "" Marriages. had the old girl whistling along at and the track shimmered In the light c--
most delightful and interesting the ing on this: continent Every city he White-John Leslie Browder and in front of me. Another danger signal tlMrs.
many he has attended. ''tsited, said Mr. Watson, showed evidence Vera F. Frances/ Malcolm R. Yongead loomed up, and I almost went Call and see It. .' '.. 4
e city "The reports of the officers," said of prosperity, workmen beingin Margaret Hattoa, Wm. A.. Andrewsand mad. I jammed:: the sand apparatus .
geme : Mr Watson yesterday afternoon in demand in all branches::!, with few Ethel Purcell, Chas. R., Haynes COFFEE .darn and poured the stuff on the Nordstrom, fl 3
peaking{ of the grand lodge sessionsto strikes, which was very gratifying. and Louise Edna Dooley, John Victor' : tracks in streams. But there was 0,.f.i
a Journal representative, "showedthe ''Tue first accounts of the storm in Soderquist and Hannah Carolina only a grating' noise. The huge 11 E. Intendencla St. ... ;
remarkable gain of over 80,000 Pensacola that we read" said Mr. Toreson Brooks Corley and ,Etta .wheels skidded over the sand, and -
members during the 1905, and The speed was not' slackened. In a moment t L
year Watson, "were very'depressing. Louise Taylor, Chas. Brown and We are the Pioneer
'the total number of persons belonging northern papers contained large Amanda P. '4?rice, David' J. Meade, and. more the stalled express train .
to the order on Dec. 31, 1905, aggregated head lines and one of them said: Mattie L. Evans. Coffee Roasters of came into view. It Is strange I had ................................1..N..NN ...NNN t'
; 1,600,712, which places it upon 'Pensacola, Wined,Out of Existence bya Colored-Chas. Smith and Sallie West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. jio thought of death. Only the fleet- 1
the pinnacle of the various fraternal Cyclone or Tornado,' but as soon'as Walton. Carter N"\ll and Delia: Bishop, Ing, delirious visions of men and i
organizations on the globe. 'we could get communication by wire James Moore and Sarah Washington. women heaped In shapeless masses : Like Warm Bath? iI.
The total amount expended for re'iei we found that the earlier account had Henry Williams and Isabella Oillis, lifeless only the mental glimpse I a I / '
!' for 1S05 was $4,680,387.74. and this been greatly exagerated." I Ike Shelby and Lena. Powell, John coaches, twisted and torn, came to
,- the lid not include the amounts sent by f Since his return Mr.. Watson has i Thomas and Nellie Bailey James me. Then I thought we were within J IIII
wave9ware numbers of the order to California for" not had an opportunity to view the Tally and Martha Shackleford, John 100 yards of the other train. But we i
'h relief of Odd Fellow sufferers from ravages of the storm along the water A. Jefferson and Eva Willis, Daniel! were not ,stopping. I, heard a voice .;You can take one any time jf you : J.;
littl 'the earthquake, which amounted to front, but he feels conffdent that Pen.I Gray and Alice Wills. have no equal, A trial behind me. It came as voices In a ; !I have heater. Cost is $35.00 for T
r than rully a quarter of a million dollars. I sacola will soon assume her former iBrths. \ dream ,and I had' a dim realizationthat I a gas S I' i i'p
fromst While the larger part of the mem-1 proud position in fact is fast doing so "'hite-To' J3. J. Dubuisson and will convince the con Y rrJtt, my fireman, had Jumped. i : "ra. fine instantaneous Heater, by which f (
or 1J rship" continued Mr. Watson, "is in now, and that the hurricane will be wife, a boy; to Rufus Suarez and nolsseur that we I knew I could no nothing, and. .. hot water turning : '
.by a
:ng In 'he United States and Canada the or- remembered as'only an 'unpleasant occurrence wife, a girl; to J. A.. Hughes ,and so" Insanely clapped; my hands to my you can get : 1 :
ing a d"+r is well represented in many lands' of'1906J; with all signs of its wife, a boy; to Joseph Marques. Jr. make no extravagant ears to keep out the shrieks I ex .. '" .,valve and striking a match. Cost for 1
Id for "4 in Australia Germany, Denmark. visit-wiped out and wife, a boy; to John P. Sandusk pected. And I closed my eyes to ex- i. bath .
only two cents.
to ba and wife, a boy; to Max J. Heinbergand claims. clude the visions which danced before ,. i 1:.w
J acnd o .. wife, a boy; to Placido So Lore .
' toy and wife a boy; to Geo. W. Smith and me."The great machine banged Into 2Z t
and wife, a girl.coloredTo. Wholesale and R.tallGROCERS! the'rear coach I heard the roar, and i : !
| Pens co/a Gas
few Hostetter'sStomach Nelson Moore and my :entire body quivered from the Company
wife, to H. Simpson and wife,
[E'ensacoast- a boy; shock. But there was no burst of
a girl; Walter. A. (Russell and wife, steam. No overturning of the en Z Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i f '

a BittersIs a girll girl; to Thomas Coops and- wirer a gine. A' dead silence seemed to follow ...........+.................*................+....N :.f .
Deaths.WhiteUnknown and all kind of Feed and then I vaguely remember j
of the
JES !F Is The Best Medicine You Can take clambering out over the top .
.. 33! STa C$ male, 38 years, Stuffs.fluto cab and trying to help .In a weak
+ IE TO RESTORE THE APPETITE.TO drowning. bottle of
with a
..1500 SWEETEN THE STOMACH.TO Colored-'Samuel Sloan, 81 years, dazed way.brought A man me to my senses. -- SPECIAL NOTICE: Est'
\1rnAI PREVENT SOUR RISINGS. uremic poisoning; Fannie Thompson.* whiskey But not with, the whiskey; with the THE HOME DREDGING COMPANY, l :' :
TO STIMULATE THE LIVER.TO 49 dropsy Eliza McDonald .
;inesmuni years ; WaterWholesale brain seemed towork' ',
ItMy -
, Ii --L Land RELIEVE THE KIDNEYS.):: 57 years, paralysis; Ida Lackey, 21 proffer again of and It flashed over my CHAS. G. OLLINGER, MANAGER. f fwith t
user consumption.DIES do all kinds of wrecking work
It s are all dancer signals of a more serious sickness mind that if I tooK the liquor men' Is fully equipped to i
cannot afford to take ary chances by delay. "Van Arsdale was drunk hoisting
you FROM INJURIES would say hydraulic dredge, clam shell dredge, apparatus t M
Therefore get a bottle of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters ,and ,Retail. I needed the sUnralanL -
- u this very day and see for yourself how mush good it will RECEIVED IN A GIN God too** bow the and tugs. t .1
Then ,
it wrecking
j do,you. It Is also a sure remedy to prevent and cure But I didn't take pumps
Cramps. Biliousness Shivers,Miss., Oct 13.-B_ c. Pace horror of the thing gripped me, and Office, Foot? ,of Eslava Street, Mobile, Ala. I t ,
Indigestion, Costiveness, Headaches Heartburn, died last nlght-at 9 o'clock from inju- New Orleans .,Grocery Co, here I am, a wreck. sleepless" and i .[.
ries received In an' accident at the broken down In a few hours. < .
Insomnia, Female Ills Colds, Chills, or'' ., '
I cotton
gin One arm was caughtin .l f
-t 1I Malaria, Fever and Ague. >
1 rt the saws of the gin and cut off. He Quality Counts-Use :
a The Genuine Is sold only In botttes-Hke'- illustration was a member of the local Camp of the Jas. McHugh h3Y HOUSE BREAD. Subscribe for the Journal .H
and bas ear Private Stamp ever( ,ti\e:neck.' Woodmen of the World, which took LIGHT t '"
I charge of the remains. ".hone'105. Pro>trl.tor. pfeWter'f Steam B kcrJ' > '


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REAL ESTATE THE WAY TO.MAKEMoNEv iEir Saile :r"How About That House;;'j I II

x IIfThe distribution of the .. FOR SALE : J2SOO-street T-room; large cottage lot., modern East Jackson conven

'II is to place what you $35OO-C-room fences.4 cottage. on corner, with 6 I You Can't Rent? I

t BEACH HAVEN"Lots have, whether' it be a lots;, North Hil t I

Good Homes. large or small amount, $4000,-S-room %- tOry. modem street.conveniences I

_ will be held. in the $2500-6-rooms. I block from Confederate first where it is safe, and 14500-7.r,om.East' 2-story Gadsden, East Gadsden St, LET US RENT IT FOR YOU. I 2 !

,connection monument; bath,, 'gas, **electric"* second, where each dollar l- near car line.
S-room cottage. East Cervantes St, t
have will earn S2200- 'Ii
of Escambia (4200-7 rooms.- North Alcanlz, ,corner you : bath. Lot 60x132. A large list of desirable : \
applicants -
Cervantes, 90 ,feet front. by 125 more, until in the course
910 North
feet deep; gas bath. etc. $1600, -6-room cottage. No. are now on file with 2 i
,of time it becomes two avenue. '
13500-10 rooms East Gadsden, mea and ,
Hotel Monday Oct. 15 Methodist church bath, gas and" dollars or a greater sum. $ 450.3-room house renting for $5 per us, we can rent your it
modern. month.
., everything The best means to accomplish .. houses at once. i

.""I. j $1600-5 rooms Hast Cervantes, 1 block $1600-Cottage corner avenue and f Phone or write us to call
; .. from Methodist church. This is a this,result is to Strong street Lot
: at JO Purchasers new house has bath and gas. on for a Tornado Plate- ;
a. m. $ 650-3-room house lot 56 x76. No. 513 j you I

Investments. Buy PensacolaReal North ,6th avenue white tenants. : Glass or Fire Insurance PolIty ,!

: Estate $3000-West half of block 29, corner of I
: of lots'are requested to $3300--6 houses, corner LaRua and A Gregory and lOtn avenue. t :
streets, aH new. renting for $456
a year. You'll be surprised how $1500-Lots U to 15, block 138 New :

$1600-3 houses North' Hayne rentingfor quickly it will double. City.$1350Lots. SHOOTON
: be $%16 a year. 1 to 3. block 94, New City. & WATSON i
presentA. -
.: Act now! Don't delay F
$5250-8 houses. North Hayne.. each 4 *2500-Lots, C to 10, block 92, New City. ,
rooms and hall, renting for $672 j
a ye$1600Elegant. $ 500-Lots 21 and 22. block 11%. North THE RENTAL AGENTS"
A. ERRICSON Palafox street I
; building lot on North Hill. McDAVID-HYER CO. I :

140x120. $1300. -Lots 16 to 20, block 138 New Real Estate. Insurance and Loans

President Pensacola Development and Construction Co. $8000-155 feet by ISO feet with '6'good Agents New York City. i

houses, renting for $84 a year. Life Insurance Company. $1300-An of block 117. East King

. . One block' from depot., 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., Tract : No 37 S. Palafox Street Phone No. 54. :

$5000-6 Baylen small houses renting, for comer$540:Wright:a year.and Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. $ 725-12 Tract.lots In block 109 East King ........................................... .... MOMpANANDAcITYI

See our list for other bargains.
$1500-Forblocka 113 and 207, West King -::::::

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MEN' J91! .00 monthly made passing bills, RETURNS MADE. BARGE ,
WRECKING List your property with us for quick
tacking signs, tfc. Life business. No
canvassing Confidential Distributing I can sell your farm timber land town I
Service Chicago I1L oct41t property or mercantile business for cash REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
no matter where .it is., Quick sales. I
:WANTED-Carpenters wanted. Apply only deal directly with owner. 'Write at WANT TO BUY A HOME OR 'INVEST SALVORFOR
lend small
Money to In large or
to E. J. McCrossin. 503 Woodward
Goulding Fertilizer Company. 14oct once IN PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU amounts.
WANTED-Two traveling salesmen .In Building, Birmingham,. Ala. 14oct. 4s; EITHER. II
Florida to sell Fruit Ciders and Grocers ? 4
Sundries. 125.00 per week, and expenses. WANTED-We want 100 bright young WANT'TO SELL'YOUR PROPERTY! SALE. PRICE ,REASONABLE. Fire and Tornado'Insurance written In
men and women to enroll with us and
: Cider Experience& Flavoring unnecessary.Co., 114 Market California qualify for the many business positionswe WE CAN SELL IT. ? either of eight reliable companies. FLORIDA
St.. St. Louis Mo.: 14oct are called upon to filL We have doz- AFire ... I.
ens of calls every month that we are Insurance Placed in : 'I'Ii
REPRESENTATIVES wanted to- solicit unable. to. flU. Terms ,easy. Day and! I

and orders Clubs from for Woodland Saloons Druggists Whiskey,.adopted Hotels- night classes.. Telephone- 900 or 14octlw 1031. First-Class Companies. i 170 gross tons, schooner L S Brown & Co

by the U. S. government for Hospital\ rigged, Sheathed with yellow ,

salary.ples purposes., etc.Write Easy Woodland for seller.territory Distilling Commission prices Co., cam No.or ,WANTED-Board ment.East or Telephone North Hill with 900. by.private lady of family.14octlw refine-on LESLIEljROQKS metal, equipped with anchors -, "WE SELL.LOTS.tt i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL i iI

16 Scott St. Covington; Ky. -SsTRAVELING : hoisting engines,.boilers, -

WANTED-Position as bookkeeper by steel haw- Phone 91Thiesen.. BuildingEDUCATIONAL. ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY
SALESMEN for country competent and experienced young wrecking pumps, :
trade. Samples free. Experience unnecessary. man. who can furnish typewriter. Ad- Real Estate ; .
California Cider Co.. 15 dress "C. M. P..'** Care JoumaL 12oct3t e sers, cable chains. ,and ,suc- .
Thompson St. New York. 14octlt and Insurance. tion pipes. Address Jackson: I t .

WANTED-Nurse who will live on the WANTED-Quiet man wants private -- Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing :Mill machinery i
board by week or month; expects to be ville and
premises. Apply to Mrs. Sam Rosenau, Towing WreckingCo. EXPERT STEJKXJRAPHER desires few
corner 12th avenue and 13th street. in city four to six months. Answer for a Phone 462. 112'S, Palafox: pupils. Day *r night lessons; terms here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot()(
Hoctlw week. J. F. Walker City, Gem Delivery.* 5 ., Jacksonville.Fla. reasonable; eajy system.: Address E. E.
lloctlw ti.; Care Hargia Pharmacy._12oct3t : 'V go Wharf: built. Bank, and Store buildings 1

W.A1lo"TED-G to work In press boy room.strong Apply and Journal steady, WAIVED-AR kinds beer bottles. I pay MRS.:IOLA'BARTON MASON win opena going: up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :
press room after 8 p. m. 150 dozen. I handle all leading brandsof school off Shorthand and Typewriting.
iWANTEDExperienced wines beers and whiskies and still For SaleCash MONEY TOJ.OAN.;: October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- j the: city. :
HELP WANTED i manufacture that well-established cough cants Typewriter Exchange. 313 {
saleslady. Apply -, medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragonaand rr w Brent bniKRng 2octlm
at Ready-to-Wear Store, 27 South Government Sts. lloct MONEY LOANED on ;real. estate and MISS GEORGIA SEVSIBA. graduate of
Palafox street. 14octlt personal property on short notice. Knox College Illinois, and Ferris i i
I, FIRST-CLASS ,saw filer wants position or on InstallmentPlan Terms easy. J. YV. Bullard 28% South Kindergarten College. Mich., win opena GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
W ANTt Experienced presser in ladies' or millwright work. Address G. A. Palafox St. Phone 1144,, Kindergarten and Primary School. Oc-
tailoring. Apply Monday morning atReadytaWear i Gredler Escgmtta-Fla! lOoctlw I tober 1, at her home, 212 West Gregory .
Stor, 27 South PalafoxSt. t I CAN LEND TOUR MONEY. at eight str<-etTerms $3.00'per month. 23seplm*
noctitVANTED SMALL HOUSE. or cottage* by reliable 1 per cent. If you: have any that you Z Write or See :
tenants. Xddress 222. West Cervantes want Interest on, see me about it. It :
\ -Woman to do general house- 1 street. 9oct will be absolutely safe on real estate ,
work. Apply 304 East Government street. security. Leslie E. Brook Phone 462. FOR SALE
14oct2t "TED-Gentle pony or horse. Must :1 i THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANYFOR \
I be cheap. Apply at AL, &.O Clothing $1200.00 t MONET TO LOAN- Everybody borrows
WANTED-Assistant tailor. man 'preferred. Store. 323 South Palafox. 9octtf money from Jno. A. Hill; & Co., 145;
Apply at Ready-to-Wear, store 27 E. Government St. When in need call FOR SALE-One: horse and wagon. 2 :

gouth Palafox St. 14octlt I"TED-First-c1ass hat cleaning. Old for 2, houses on the southeast on us.MONET. 3 dozen buggies chickens fine cow, gentleman's seven head saddle of hogs and, ..................... ........ e&.o..............

WANTED-One girL Apply at once. and hats blocking.made new.Satisfaction Cleaning guaranteed.pressing corner of Strong: and DeVil LOANED on'iff kinds of personal 2 sets at harness. Apply to Mrs. C. L. --
New Method Laundry. 13oct3t t Wilkerson near Kupfrians Park.
I Panamas 50c: Straws. 25c; Felt 35c; property on short notice. _Terms 14octlw
Derbys, 25c. Victor Louis! 100 E. Int-n- Hers Sts., renting for $13 a easy. J. B. Gray" Co,,,2 W% Romana. SALE
WANTED H. Fairchild requires at dencla Phone 1163. lfeb ____ __.____ .
once 1 upholster 1 cabinet-maker 1 street All, come in. 6octlm month. Si' FOR SALE-Two horses for sale. Apply
mattreea-maker, 1 carpet-layer and 2 9t g UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon 12S South, Tarragona St. 14oct3t FOR SALE-Nice home,-good location for
helpers. Apply 15 East Garden street. upstairs I WANTED-AU owners of poultry to all kinds of personal property. Sp*- chicken farm. Enquire Chas. Lorange.
before 8 a. m. Hoctlw know that we are agents for the celebrated $3000.00.for Hal rates to business men no largeloans FOR SALE-Boat suitable for freight 1912 West Jackson St. lOoctlfit TWO GOOD BOYSIn
Conkeys Poultry Remedies. Guar- The New York Loan Co'!, 20414 passengers or .towing Length 66 feet I
WANTED capable engineer to handle I anteed to cure rupe. coolers (gape and to South Palafox. beam 18 feet draught 4 feet tonnage 29 FOR SALE-Good mowing machine 5 ft.I
engines, dynamo compressor, ice and i kill fleas, lice and mites. Also their an Artistic and up-to-date tons. net. Power two 25 horse-power out; one ten ft. self dump all steel
Bteam heating plants. All combined in I wonderful efg producer, F. S. Mellen & THOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loans. Murray & Tregurtha gas engines. Lauched hay rake; one-2-section all'steel-harrow, i

one building. Coal to used. Excellent and I i I Co. Phone f o. 334. ISapr.WANTED 6-room and hall cottage, with SU.Upstairs, corner Palafox. and 12septlm Romana December in state'1905.for $5.500.Will J.deliver M. Rowley.anywhere two hot blast heating stoves, burn coal I the writing line-
position party.
permanent -At once, a four or five-room or wood; one tank force pump capacity to submit samples
Fla. 7oct2w ready
Weft Palrabeach
Write ences., stating Address experience"Superintendent.age and"refer care ': cottasjeMust: ,.be close In'ar..dln good all modern conveniences, on 1 bbL per minute; oneAermotor wind mUl; 'of their work to reputa
this Hoctlw neighborhood.; .Address 123. Care Journal SECOND-HAND, SAFE for sale used one twenty-Inch foot power tinner's
paper 25sept West Chase street, on car :MISCELLANEOUS.TREES only one year. Address P. O Box 492. shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine I- ble merchants desiring to

WANTED: cook and a woman to do R. R. CRITTENDEN W. S. Hooton 12 E. Intendencia. 7oct double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar-I use their advertising appropriation -
house work. Apply at l' o. 227 East In- I with his brother.wishes F. to M communicate Crit- line. ornamental or fruit .repeating rifle 12-calbre. .G. E. Bard- in successful
tendencla street. tenden, who was last heard of in Florida trees of_all kinds: ,also hedge plants FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen shar. Bluff SprlnAFIa. 26 Sept 1m ;
furnished and parted! S. D. Jackson & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase.
4 by ,
about 5
w-1 years ago. Any one having
WANTED-First-class A bargain. Piano can be seen FOR SALE- One dwelling, 202 East
carriage on terms to suit customers. Best refer
heard of Mr. Crittenden would do favor ,
smith and woodworker. Good a by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3o<:t. Church street; if bought at once, can Advertisements.
market Address S. D. Jackson,
lowest rate ences. City.
t by addressing )Jr. R. R. Crittenden at Money to loan at be had cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy
for right man. Address. John G. Building No. 47, U. S. Navy Yard. of interest.Mortgagse 14octlm
butcher shop Intendencla
Carriage Works Pensacola Fla. 18" ptlm* : on real estate In this city. FOR SALE-At a bargain, paying Furniture Barcelona. corner and
'welSh.1 bought jmd. Sold WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We business at 13S E. Intendencia St. 23aug
WAJJTKD-A good cook. Apply WANTED-Light delivery wagon. Ad- AU ot thY Maxent Tract 'west of "C" are now in our new quarters, 214 'East Address Box S25 City. oct Free ad offer-made In
Dr..R. a White 222 West Gregory dress..J. IX CCare.Journal.. Usept street now for sale. Intendencia and prepared to do every good faith-we want to ,
9octlw thing in wagon and carriage building and FOR SALE 'CHEAP-100 nice, clean FOR RENT.FOR .
TAILORING. L. Diamond. Tailor. do ork-bringing:
barrels. Apply to Vucovich Cooperage your ,
repairing E. L. Herring. City. 14oct syrup
Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and
repaired -
Co., DeLuna street. ISoctlw I trade
*WANTED competent nurse. 701 North on short notice No. 11% Went l\fUSIC-l\flss Cawthon's Studio. 386 more your
Palafox St. 7oct Government St. Fen aeola. Fla. Brent Building. Voice and piano Special RENT-Some nice stores on East ads than they have ever
attention given to correct breathing and FOR SALE-One skiff 6 weeks old with Government street; cheap rent. The
e THE PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeep I WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your Fisher Real Estate Agency placement. Miss Beatrice White takes sails; 15 feet long; natural ("rooksthroughout. Fisher deal Estate Agency ljuly drawn before.
ing Magazine want representatives moving and hauling. lie guaranteesall pupils In primary piano. elocution and Apply to S. Bosso Pensa- Write us
both local and to travel They pay very I bieikage. Phone $30WAVTED dramatic' art. Phone ,184. :Miss Caw- cola. 12oct FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage I confidentially
liberal commissions and also give large COLLECTION thon; 810 Miss White. 14oct room for rent, suitable for furnitureor
cash prizes. For terms -Carriages repaired and repainted FOR SALE-A grocery business on tine other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar
references, to Good Jfu.sekeepingj i I ; floats built to order; horse SPECIALTY. TARRANCE & ADAIR. Livery De- corner stand. Good run of business. A ragona street. Phone(39 "AD-WRITER."
Agency DepL, bpnnfi: Jlaj-s. 6oct2w: -i shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Car 87. 206 S. Palafox I St. Funiak; single or double teams, nightor bargain for cash. Long lease and cheaprent. :
riage.. Co. Phone day, new rigs good service, ptUte: Address A. Greenhut & Co. Hoctlw I
iWANTED-Three or four good alters drivers., Give us a trial.. hone 59.
.l'i.i> he Merchants Transfer Co. GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
wanted. Apply at once Kandy Kitchen \ A Soctltj I Care The Journal..TH'RO .
Ko. oct wants jour moving: and hauling. All FOR SALE-See me about windmills. I CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE
breakage guaranteed T. B. Therein, can furnish a new celebrated Star all ,
Proprietor. Phona 978. .DRAWINGS-Of all kinds; Hull Engine steel mill for little more than will cost Tallahassee Fla. to Atlanta ;
fifteen i
references good Patent Offictr, machine and misc. madeat ,f
to fix old one. Drop me a card andI
hustling sober men to represent thePlanters' WANTED-AU kinds of electrical work. THE STORMHas reasonable rates. Patentable ideas de- Ga.
I will give you price delivered to Pensa
Stock Insurance of'tromasville
.0. I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand vetoped Sail boats launches. Address! cola or other points. F. M. Williams
Ga. For particulars Address other electrical supplies. When you W. C. McGowan,Pensacola Fla. 9septlmMPiTTRESSESRENOVATEDNew contractor and builder city office 308 ROUTE" YOUR FREIGHT
Pierre G. Russell Tallahassee. Fla. Reference I 'to
need me ring 315 or 955. E. W. Peake, Thiesen Building. lOoctlw
., Capital City Bank. Tallahassee New Star Laundry Bldg.,E. Garden. of tick Southwest
Fla. 26 Sept. Imo. I not affected the values JEeal Georgia and West
WANTED-Second-hand sacks of..all de- Estate In this city $1.00. The taild- FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwell LC .T""D ENP'
I Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave excellent location Ice Florida.Via
ing near factory
-d. If out of town, ship ; .
WANTED once white nurse for chil wan
ins and wharves that were ,deatl'ot'edwill orders Watson, Parker & Reese Co.'s.septa.
them to if in ua at No good trade large lot. good water reason- .
dren. Apply 127 WfeJt Gregory. Sept %& UB; own ring up .
f ..
t' 334 or bring them to us at corner of be replaced by .more' substantial able terms at Marianna Fla. AddressW. 1
:ANTED-At one, office.carrier I Chase: and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen Ac buildings. Pensacola has before it ,F. J. WHITE & CO-Artesian well dr'Il- ., E. Taylor Chipley Fla. lOoctlm Steamer Lines, Carrabelle,
bile: Apply at this Co. % July the brightest fall of its future.. I have ers for saw mills and turpentine stills/ Fla.
especially. Geneva. Ala. and Gracevllle.Fla. FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply
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X made arrangements to take all the .- Prepared put wells from 4 to 12 to The Lewis Bear Co oct
BOARD AND ROOMS. property offered below its ,market Inches diameter and from I0*> to 1KIM feet GA.FLA/&ALA.RY.
or ; nearlynew
LOST. value. If YOU are afraid of.Pensacola: /depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. lZJne.Jm
t and In good condition will sell or Low rate, quick ..rvle to .Tallahassee
FOR RENT-Two delightful rooms ins Real Estate bring It to me, I will buyit J. H.. PORTER. Sdilmaker. 71S South trade for a good horse. Address C. and Quincy Fla., Balnbrldge Arling 1w y f"' '$r e ''i
Brashears, Milton, Fla.
: new house near cat line ana board. 6octlm
ton and Cuthbert, Ga.
from Palafox street. Orders taken for .
you.Some tents
t Would board refined couple. Apply 714 LOST-Gold eyeglasses and chain. Return
stools and house For Rate and Information write to
awnings camp cots,
North Baylen street. lioctlt* to John Colums 312 West Gadsden
t I i Prices reasonable. FOR SALE-FIne well grown Barred
etc. ; 31Jan H. McWILLIAMS
street. 13oct3t Money In These.A Hock Cockerels. March andprU J. '.
TIRST-CtiASS rooms and board by day CHAl'o"I.\LERS-McKIllzle hatches SI.00 to $%.00; hens, last year's G .F. P.. A.. Bainbridge) Ga.
week or month at 22 East Garden. I LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN-One SHIP Oerlng breeders, $100 each. 11"Lt.z&le
13oct2w white and black spotted hound dog one quarter block (5 lots) cor, 12th & Co. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Hughes Chipley. Fla. B. # 1 1 ..S
Y red half-hound dog. Last seen September street and 18th avenue, overlookingthe and grocers. Only first-class houseof 27septlm'FAR
PLEASANTHOMELIKE PLACE to I 30, three.miles north of HUly. LIb- kind in city. Fair prices to all. (1 :i iI
board on North Hill second door from eral reward for Information leading to Bayou one of the highest pointsin S.\LE-10.000 acres round timberland EVANSVILLE & I l pr
car line. For particulars address No. g recovery. Address Jvewgom Harwell. Holly New City, two blocks from car line CARRIAGES repaired ar' repainted. 1X500 saw mill timber and saw .
Fast Ftrongr. 12octlm Fla., or M. W. :Marshall Pensacola.Fla. cheap,at $1100. Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga mill 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several -
'I < Hoctlw very specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com good farms and town properties.!

TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms LOST-Between Southern Hotel and the A block 300 feet front on Bayou pany. _, : 27feb Write Gentry & Sctterlind- Chipley Fla. TERRE HAUTERAILROAD
x housekeeping. Phone 23sept
for rent light shade
Texar. Beautiful trees wasn'ttouched
South Pala- 'Union dEpot.: on Garden or Palafox, MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP Willie -
110 fox.%. or apply room 3. 204V4 lloct I street' one %Karet diamond! ring. Good : by the water and not a singletree Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The -ULi
reward for return to Cashier Southern blown down. One of the prettiest of ,an kinds, carpets laid furnI- .Jouma1! magnificently illustrated
f, TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Express company. lloctlw* sites for a residence and the eaf I:ture packed for shipping. Phone 63. magaz'nc, containing scores of view of 4 S
city For
and bath connected. 1202 E. Next to Tampa landing22apr11 sale it all ,
: Jadsden Telephone lOoctlw 1 est in the city of Pensacola 5000.. ? book: stores or at The Journal office. By s .t
: I MATTRESSES AND FU1LN'ITUREMattresses mail .20 cents. ';
4 ,HOTELS.BROWN 'made to order; .old ones Ilsept
4 two NICELY furnished rooms to let Wanted.A .
renovated. New ticks furnished. Second
Desirable location on West lilt ApplyP. hand furniture and sold. 25s, PURCHASES the receipt for the fin ,
I bought Upholstering -
eat of cosmetics. Box 336 !
O Box 446. 9octlw house In good neighborhood and and repairing done. 114 E. City. and all points In the S Gj! gI
23aetlmo .
HOUSE-DeFunlafc Springs. Belmont St., city. Phone 771. Davis I.A ....
ROOMS FOR RENT With privilege of beds airy near business district for about flIf't';
Good rooms elegant
meals, C. T.
Mfg. Co.. Paris Mgr. J.
light housekeeping; use of bath and free bath and sample rooms. Special 3000. FOR SALE-A: barroom and an futures' North and Northwest. L & H..'E.'T.1tand. =Cf. '
phone; on car line. Apply 900 East Jack- attention to traveling men. Rates $3.00: .H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet .:pool andAt 11a tables, etc. la a fine !
eon. loctlm per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. I List your property with'me: for sale. Iron Worker; cornice work and sky bargain If sold at once. 2 'est Mtf "ro.$II.TI.IJ'l.f! 2'
.. lights a specialty; roofing. guttering and Address box 193. City. Usept NASHVILLE -
FOR RENT One cr two newly fumis+eeJ HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all repairing. 315 South Palafox St. Phone THROUGH SLE"fcfeiw!o.t INltditoLtw
front rooms; ou'liorri e'q>osure; with 'ear. American and European plan.the 1316. 2Junelm FOR SALE-Four good schooners suitable Exceptionally Low Round- otftEuls.laaf; f !uI'IMNQ -r......
for lake, sound .
privilege' of hou. No. J3is. Location Special summer, rates. First-class river Address CARS n".SQ. Aii Iiee I es
desirable and near u;:ainesa,, confer, 422 every respect. Pleasant and convenient in J. W. Bullock ,Jr. "M. care Journal clang Trip Rates.to, all, Summer. ii.9.IIt13tA+...a;,:A.:!.s;L"-iC1! ir;rJL','1
W. Gresrorv :2lseptlmFOR T. U Bowen, Prop.. Pensa- '
Mrs. BARBERSHOPS.MILTON FOR SALE-A pottery works with ateameni1ne. 1 I'I-.vu.a.._ ;at. .- ...
RE.'T-Ro.ml cheap; real newly cola.F ISapr -. steam drying room, moulds, Points. '- .- _-.:... -
l.L clean furnished rooms sultab'e fore Real, Estate and Mortgage Loans -When visiting here have your and everything complete for carrying on
light housekeeping on fie! h!U. Location BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European Cor. Government and DeLuna SU. tonsorial work done by Ira Mlms. Willing business, together with the finest bed of D. H. Hillman. ,8. L. ---=='
high and healthy. dose to car line. plan. Rooms light and clean. street, opposite jail. 'Clothes- and pottery clay to Es-ambU county Located Roger, -- -
l Pritilegd of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. Tnf'lont trade solicited. 575-679 South 173. 637 hats cleaned and Convenient right in the city. Apply to or adJ G. P. dL T.'A. ., General Agent,
$ tM"&,. Phone 1S1J l":i',; ;: ,. Jrj. S. 5.1'11'i.1..;-. Box Pho"- *. t..A rt.f ..:-.. Repaired. 6 di-c'WJI R. P. R.-"-. l4.nt.iililiiaiiI Evantv.lle.; Ind.* '. Nashville Tenn. Subscribe for The Journal

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!t : BY are LIFE maJntamea ASSURANCE mortgages P E NNSYLYANIk '., SHIPNNG N NEWS ... .. ... .'. '

IgN I &s debts guarded secured business, undeve'poed render!' THERE'S SOME DIRECTORYi4H t U

!Investments given permanent ;rgle DIFFERENCE In having PROFESSIONAL. .
and cap'tal'! prf>served. A policy --_- -, : '!' Il
look well :- ,
EQUITABLE this Sailed.
does all ,
-ad more-provides for the family after BIGAMIST IS Belle'Isle! French ss, for ayonne..8t.nIhIDlo at first-and afteryou've T. G. YATES, M. 3 D.. I ,

roar death. Send us: your name started all worn them several :
and address. right Optician. '

cNowLESBR9S.. Insurance "All on account of Vulcanite," toot, Ayres to Gulf Transit Co. Just the difference '306 Thies Building. l'

CAUGHT August Belmont, Pr ss, Clarke
TK toll between haphazard tail
Dr. Woolllfs us r;of morphine, "Vulcanite" 2967, Newcastle, on Tyne to Gulj : '
", laudsusm.zirof Transit CoAxmiaUter.' oring and OUR Mud. Frederick' Ausfekf. F. M. Blount. -

PAINLESS f' & opiumeo.I Roofing Br ',s. Spink, 1231 Ha The cutter, that cuts AUSFIELD & BLOUNT :

Mc&ineorwh1ske7aUcularsos (Continued From First Page.) is the only roof covering that mike vana to master. -

D p itj i economical building possible. It Benedict Br ss, Roberts, 1758) our garments knows Architects '
.C sanatorium treat. his wife with' him, and ft was there Kingston! to S. P. Shotter Co his business, so does 312.3)4 Brent Bid j., 43 Moses Bids. ,'I'
menu Address,Dr. that the fact became known to Miss, puts a roof on your house that not only P.*sacol4: Fla. Montgomery, Ala. 3'
AND \B. M. WOOLLKY., costs but -Degama, Br BS, "Keene, 2245, New ..... the tailor who pots '" .
I Ramey that he already a trifle: ,
lO4N.Pror8t. I I ck '- Orleans to A. A. Brown & Co. WM.
Cure each piece togeUler.
Whiskey U&nta: Had One Wife. it looks lasts and : .
sorgil, ralces B!. O Saltmar&h Br BS, Rogers Short Talks
and two children, the oldest of which'' I dart is better than all 2319 Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. on Tailoring There's a whole lot Architect and Superintendent Uj. .

was about six years of age. She had Ibex Rinks '1729 Hamburgto of things that toyoull Office' -305 Brent Building, '
; : others. ;Br. as., RIGHT 'ACROSS THERE Is where go -M
been ,
residing in Pittsburg about three. ; PenucoU. Fla. :
find a wrinkle in a great many make a good tailoring 'f- -,
I GULF CITY COFFEE CO. months when this fact became known. -- Youdon'thanw Ida, Aust ss, Hr gllch, 2093, New coat "which we don't make. service. Our garments 1TC.W77I
Her mother visit to her at HICKS'CAPUDINE
was on a : send out; of town Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. v I
H. P. CHIPMAN the time when letter received There's lots of show how well we .
Manager. a was \ for It either; it Kirkstall, Br as. HInde Colon to causes .
Blenders and from wife No. 1 stating that he was t master. know They t&nd the ,
Roasters Shippers of is for sale right TOO much goods from the middle II
married and had two children. Whenhe a heretatownblA. Tapton, Br ss, Trailers 2300, )foa-. of back ,up Too little goods from test. 1n1_ MU6gTILycvtt3 t
CoffeesOUR returned home on the night that terideo to master.
Fine shoulder to shoulder. Incorrect slant HEADACHES
the letter was received be was con- Tugeja, Br. BS, .Nlcholl, 2141. Cardiff of the shoulder. Collar put on too Smartest weaves of 't

COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL fronted with the proof and admitted M. Avery Hardware Co. ,to H. Baars & Co. short. Inning put in too tight, and the season are found & Ira COLDS t _

GRI"CERSGIVE THEM A TRIAL that he had another wife but had Vidar, Nor SB, Aruesen,,l084, Sugua some others. In our assortment. _ Lt.II B.va '} '- ,'; '-
been led by his great love and devotion la Grande to Hyer Bros.' )IdbtU4M1i3an. I -

for Miss Ramey to make her his Ships. We know them all-- .nd knowing '4I

wife.. FOOTBALLHarvard Avantl Nor ship Anderson them, avoid them.
Left .
Him at Once. London to order "Short Talks on Tailoring" bringsto

FACTURee Miss Ramey,, accompanied by her ;,Ferreira, :Port ship Barros, 506, 14.. .light short comings common in Tailored to Taste PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 3. A-
$ recording to Mrs Olsen left bon to master. some tailoring. Shows how we overcome Pensacola lodge. No. 3. K. ef P. -f :, t
CFMARKETREPORT the house at once, and never returned. 21, Massachusetts Agricul-- Canada, Br. ship, Spurr, 2237_Bio them. Get a meets every Monday evening at '7:SO s-f
copy. clock at their Castle Halt t-
They went to the.. home of Mrs. Chas. tural College 0. Janeiro to ,Pitch Pine Lumber Co. $20 to $50 over Pon. table,temporary West!' Intendenda St. i-i t -

E. Eckert, No 408 Western avenue, Amhert 12, Tufts 5. I Ingrid, Nor.. ship, Dannell, 1260 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. '
and remained for a short time and West Point 0, Colgate University 0. Antwerp to McK Oerting &: Co. E. H DENNARD. C. a 'a I. .\

then left for Boston where they remained Yale 17, Holy Cross 0. I :Lena, fin! ship Tassara.. 1581. Ion H. KORSLER. K. of B- & S. .1- -

far: a few months then departed Princeton 5, Annapolis 0. don to order. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.

for Key West where they have Williams College 17, Jliddlebury 0 .Bjrka. pRICKETT.l GERSON'GARDNER Meetings .,f the 5 -
Knights of C 4iunbu rt 1 '
Princetown Freshman 29, Hamden- -
since resided: This occurred about. '
bk Uaragas,
a : Afredo .Uruguayan are held at their ball -'; c
year ago ,but not before the two Sidney College: 5.. 987, Montevideo:to H.'HThornton. 1 Mo. S West InUnden- -,,' ,

wives hal-met and consulted'over thf At Atlanta Georgia TechnologicalSchool 0. Airttld, Swed bk. Svensen 133*, FRANK B. CARD EK, Manager. Breut Building. + Monday cia street evening 4MI at every 7.19o'clock. '-'.'
18, Grant University
matter and decided to make affidavit Durban master
j I an to \. .An .Invita j', t'
,I. : against At Knoxville: Maryville 11, University Andrea, Noj W, Quale..'114, Durban? tion Is extended ta .' '.
'. of Tennessee 0. ** visiting Knirht %
'Butler forBgamy., to master. .' '1
This was done; shortly before Miss.1 At Nashville: Vanderbilt 29, University Avon, It .1. bk, Avegno 147V', Genoato 8. LEONARD. Grand Knight 'rsj '

Ramey left Pittsburg, but Butler,was 1 of Mississippi 0. master : :'| Recorder. I, : -

'too'slick for the officers. 'He jumped Campbell Hot tk, Hausken, 1160.Stavaoger '__ :-LlV
at Quality Counts-Use to TdcK. Oerting & CoChacma : DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. -i' : ;
Pittsburg once, and enlisted in a ,
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughter of :b I
l'regiment that was Just being sent to LIGHT HOUSE BREAD.Pfeiffer' Nor bk., Jorgense, 557, A' Bank Account Rebecca meets every Monday night at ':tj '
the Philippines. ...The officers with tha Steam Bakery. Fleetwood to order. S oclock In L O. 0. f. ball. VisIting j
followed Hereford, Nr bk, Jensen, 1380, sisters cordially invited to be pre ct. t 3
him. but
NAVAL STORES. accordingto MRS S. T PULLIAAL.. N. O. '- .".
Savannah. Ga., Oct. 15.-The ,naval information here he had already Rosario to order. MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE Seo. & .- n''
ores market closed today as fouowsW :' gone aboard the ship and the officer Helmdal Nor. bk, Hensen, 1354 30.'i '

%' ................................5 90 the Hull to order.Humberto Cultivates and Encourages RATHBONE LODGE NO.
na ................................s TON comanding troops refused to surrender RECOIERINGFROMSTORM Span. bk. 1111, Battle, Ratbbene Lodg No. SO. Knights of
..................................5 50 him to the officers. At any Pythias, meets every Thursday night at .
M ..520K rate he brought to Havana to order.:: Castle Hall. Members of sister lodges i
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.4 and it: was never that justice, Isabel Browne, Rca bk tlndquist: and visiting brethren cordially Invited _. : '"
supposed he
was was still
1 Ii .::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::=:::.4.4 45 50 in the Philippines, as he enlisted for 1231 Hull to master. : Thrifty Habits to C attend, J. LEVET, KJR.lLtf'lPER. a C. .:

G ..................................40 three years. King Oscar II. Nor bk. Johnsen, :. J
F .4 35t 752, Rosario to A. Zelius M. K. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::.420 Mrs. Olsen Surprised. Lilla, Nor tk, Aanonsen 1030 San- third Wednesday evenings at 7:SO p. m-, 1: "

D..... ..................4 00 to 415 Mrs. Olsen was surprised that But- tos Rafford Hall. No. 10, West Inten4encl : F 'I
C .................. .... 05 ler had at last been arrested and a!!- to order. street. A. Q. FELL, Prea l. t
Spirits turpentine .6.i U ; i.4: though it was midnight, told of the Lluis, Uruguayan bt, Lopez 700 'And all successful people have such habits. J. L. SWKENUV. Secy. '...1PENSACOLA'LODGENO.4
Continued from first ) Havana to order. ,
PENSACOLA COTTON.The duplicity of the man during his visit ( page. Do wish to become successful in life? I.O.O.F. : 't i '
I Maria, Ger bk, French 1022 Kings you Pensacola Lodge, No. 4, i O. O. F.. I' j'
following Penaoola' quotations are to Pensacola, and also the letters re- service, practically as good as ever, Lynn to master. You do nd better than follow jn the meets every Thursday evening at '7.3' '. .i
furnished by J. P. O'Connor &. Co., factors reived from his mother, who claimed I in the course of a few days. The Negpore. Nor bk. Gjerdsen, 1128. can, at the new hall OB Belm
Good and Middling! importers...:............. ..10 15-16 to be a Christian and knew of his first r smack Minnie ,V.'. is lying with her East London to A. Zelius. footsteps of all of them-open a bank ac streets..' Visiting B. R. W1TKOYSKT.brethren cordially N. O Invited. t. .f. 't t

!strIct Middling ..................10 13-16 marriage, but never intimate anything Noach VI StfW bk, Burgfeldt, 1260. It A. KERLE. Secretary 'f .J
Middling .................,.......10 11-16 ; to the family here of the'double- stern high on the Baylen street wharf Port Natal ,to rdfirOUvan count. at once gives prestige. and ;... ,
Strict Low Middling ...............lOVz! #> 'w.-o.w.
: of her her' in the : but is not in the
dealing and bow
son. Ital i>kr',Costa, Genoa to order standing community. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W! ; I' !t
PUBLIC SALE. badlydamaged and win -probably' be 'a meets in Pythian hall the 1st and 3rdin 1 i i' ; l
M H"ml Wednesdays each month. Visiting t.. .
,' Superb...Nor:,bk, Ulich, 1934, Ant "''-. 1
There will be offered to the highest % floated again in the course. of a few sherelgns! cordially Invited. .
bidder, on ,Tuesday October 16th. It06, .; AFRAID OF HEARST. ;.1.1iM days. The big seagoing tug Monarch, yerp to A. Zelius & Co. F. A. BOGHICH, C. C. :: .
LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. :. ,
: :
at the office of Robert Schooners.Donra
at 10 a. m '
Tuemler & Co., 331 Brent building for f which was blown high and dry on the Christina, Am sch, McLeod''' '. J #:
account of whom it may concern, the .-: H .: beach at the head of the'slip will In 165 Belize to master FIRST NATIONAL BANK .-
German bark :Marie her tackle and apparel J
vessel to be taken by purchaser in It I i all probability, be in the water before Domira Br sch, Reddle... 2001. SL PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY I
the condition and position she now lies. gravely announced that Mr. Lucia to master. \ '
many days. A ditch has been dug ( t. "
Will also be sold at the same time thei : OF PENSACOLA. FLA. ,
Roosevelt is so alarmed at the political ; i
Freddie Am ach ,
Heueken: Bryant,
I t cargo now on board consisting of about around the vessel and the dredge Fidget l
i. 2,000 aupereci4feet,of p1tc14 pyxj .sa ft1 _outlook: in.Nevi'ork: .that,he will! 475, Havana to' master, Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam ,#
lumber. Terms of sal*". cash send hig ablest cabinet officers, Taft, is hard at workdredging- out a HJahnar, Amich, Axelsaa, 55, Tampa Designated Depositary of the United States Train and Electric Car Schedule,. c J
CAPT WILH. FRENCK channel for the big vessel. 'The Monarch to order. Effective June 19,1908. .
Master. Root ,and others into that state to f.
THE PLACE OF SALE OF ABOVE to all appearances is not badly W. H. Knowles President W. K. Hyer, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. BETWEEN CENSACOLA AND DIQ r .t'i I : '.
VESSEL HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM try to stem and turn the rising political 4,
OFFICE TO ALONGSIDE VESSEL ON damaged. Real Estate Transfers. Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Ass Cashier. BAYOU. t. j

EAST SIDE OF TARRAGONA WHARF, tide that is sweeping Hearst The smacks Ruth A, Welles and Fa. Directors-F. C. Brent, W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K. Hyer.-Jr.,, Lv. Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou. ", .;
AT 10:30 A. M. toward a stunning victory.It Following 'Ie'a list of the real estate D. O Brent. a a.m. 9:00 p.rn. C:20 a.m 10.30 p.m. \ .
vorite are jammed together west of transfers recorded )esterday furnished by 1 'Lm. 10:00 p.m. 7:30 a-m. .U:30 p.m.I ,{" 1:1:
is one of those peculiar conditions the Pensacola tract Oo: I 11 00 30 '
where the Monarch is lying'and bothappear ---p a-m. : .m. : a-m. \ -7
when all the papers and all the to be badly damaged. Just be- DEEDS. -a 9 a-m. 9:30 a-m. -+\f t

TYPEWRITER'REPAIRS leaders! are against a man and all the yond them is a big coal.barge which J'. T. 11arperi tS T-,1*. Barrineau-All of 11 10 amIX a.m.: 11 10; g : : \) ;

people for was washed from the east'side oi the land in this tract on the west side noon 12:
are him.' All the New i 1
4 in the
of the public road, except acres 1 1:
York papers, except Mr. Hearst's are Palafox wharf to Its present positionand northwest corner That part of the C.W. LXHAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant CiiHi-r. Z p p.m..m.t 2: 6
which was the means of saving a northwest \i of the southeast % and of K.! E.CLARK.Vict-President and, Cashier J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant CliJ .... pra.I 3 g)1\)1 II'-
posing him. All the old leaders, number of launches and other vessels that portion of land lying west of the :iO pm. 4;:g :: : ; (
L. & N. railroad in the southeast U of ;
almost to a man, are loudly opposing that were blown ashore just before It the northeast "4 -.aU in Sec. 21, Tp 1 N, 4 4p.m.:30 p-m. 4 6.: 7 ,

Hating secured the services of an expert him, yet, things look so alarmingly stranded across the northwest corner R 30 W. 12H acres-1(250. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 4 fI1))< pm. 5: t ,
Henry M Tongs and .1. Wallace Lamar :
5 S5 C :
: p.m.t -
of the p.m.
like slip.
repairer we beg to notify the public a victory for Hearst that the to B. F. Wolfe-The north 4 of

that adujust we or are rebuild now all prepared makes to of typewriters overhaul.- republicans are going to call in their The smack Mary L. Hardy, which block 218, New City Tract-$100.00' *and OF rCNSACOL, U'*. f t 6.30:00 p.m.p.m. 1:00:30 p.m.p.m. To I '
was sunk In the slip near the Qaylen other valuable and adding machines and cash fegis- strongest men to try to prevent his street wharf raised J. E. Baars to Sarah A, Dunwodv-All Opera House Building. .35 p.m. 8:00 pm. .
t..rs. All work guaranteed Estimate fill- was Saturday
of block 328 New City Tract-$100.00 and 8 00 9 30 i" '
election. That is odd condition : pmSaturday : P-m. !;:t
'd Telephone us and we will send for an morning and tak n to Bagdad where it other valuable considerations. only. I '
our machine or call and make an examInation DESIGNATED STATES.
The republicans have brought it on will be taken out for repairs. Charlotte Holsa and husband Victor '
and estimate. themselves. At the last Between Hoist to J. T. Harper and F. E. Brawner BETWEEN PENSA'LA AND FORT t.
moment Baylen street wharf and The southern 15 feet of Iota 1 and Land (APITAL STOCK, $209,000. SURPLUS $60.009. BARRANCAS. 'f' I
when they saw that Hearst was to Perdido wharf the work of clearing up the south 85 feet of the west 10 feet .Lv Pwisacola. Lv. Fort Barrancas. r i ,

PensacolaTypewriter be nominated they hastened to turn the wreckage and floating the numerous of lot 3. block %4. Shackleford Tract- DIRECTORS. 1:\9 a-tn. 5 00 a-m, J -i.-i.9:50 1 -,
I down all $8 O.&e. 11a.m. t. I
old back
their politiciansand vessels that driven : a-m.
were ashoreis
Mary L. MeCasklU to C. L. Wtggllls.All Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Branncr,
11 00 am.5 12:15 ,
pm. ;
put up :Mr. Hughes, who made a progressing rapidly and, although title and interest. H.tS acres ; ; j
right J., M.. Pithier, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, It 50 pm.: 10 p-m. ,
Exchange strong fight in the insurance cases, will be some time before all the vessels in th_ Michelet Grant Sec 2. Tp 3 N. R Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, 360:; 6:10 pm.T ,I ': &
in Santa Rosa county
but stopped when he came to Mr. are again in the water and 31 W Also lands 1:20: pm.: :00 p.m.I t
the -so&oo. A. M. Avery W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura, ; 1 !
t:SO p.m. :00pm.pm. f
PHONE 1369 i Bliss and Mr. Cortelyoul.] It is a wreckage cleared up appreciable Mary L. McCa1ill Guard to C I* Wigglna W.L C..tbon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, ftfcKcnzlOertlng Saturday only. ,'1 -
compliment to Hearst that the brainsof progress has been made and the out- -Undivided interest in 14. a acres Jn Alex fdcG014'In. C. M- Co lngton. M. E. Clark.year. Steam train leaving Pensacola at T:II : ,
313-315 Brent BuildingSomething 1 the cabinet. are ,to be set against look is anything but discouraging. the Mlchelet. Grant, Sec 2; Tp 2 N, II 31' a. m will stop between Pensacola and :; -
W-J3T5 00. 3.C8 tad III Private Bi< Bayou only to take on passengers for
atlttt$ PM apartment
1I him, after it was anonunced that he Pensacola Investment Ca. to JosefConrad fildyitjultlcxcsferret points beyond Big Bayou. Stem train
I was ridiculous and could show no -Southwest % of the southwest in (Gnn Jon for the ccnvenience of customers. leaving Fort Barrancas at 8.10 p. m.. : I t
strength. 'Tie republicans are con U, See 34 Tp 2N: ,_ K 31 W, 49'acres: will top between Big Bayou and Fensa- j"'
I EXCURSIONTODA S40000 Four per cent Interest Paid on Tim Deposit cola only to put off paafiengera from beyond .Y !
their cf of
fear the
I fessing man mystery Executors estate of Wm. Fisher to Pen- BIg Bayou. Other steam train win '
and radicalism and New York is sarola Investment Co.-An undivided %. make an tops. Each electric car nuke ,j
about to go' anti-trust to the limit. interest in' that portion of Sec 1*. Tp 2 all stops. '. :
New W, bounded on ,the south by schedule and !
Y. S, R 30 The above regulations i
The Republicans are alarmed as they north line of City of Pensacola! on the subject to ensue without notice. .
have not been In years. They well west by line drawn north and south 4 Local Freight Regulation. t-.
Birmingham Ledger through said sectienlOSS:! feet east of ........................ Freight shipped by the 715 a. m.
may Steamer the west line of Sec N by land describedIn ........................ .. train will be received only for point ,
Enterprise ,leaves deed, made byL A. Qjilna and A. C. beyond Big Bayou and will sot be received .'t'
Something FineThat's .. 'i *.H H ". Palafox wharf at 10 Blount. Jr. to W. W Ltd, and f'=---- wii-'r ? later than 7:Oa a- m. All other
a. m and on the eaSt by the dividing line between Week Day train leaving Penacola not 1
THE MONOPOLY 3 m. See 18 and 19. 22 acres--J106.00 and other later than I:M p. m., carry freight for >
p. considerations- : Deposit 'your money in a' savings bank at 4 any bat freight! will not be re- :
Sterrett Tate et at to Aubrey Maura- than 20 minutes before ache*
( what: we are Viewing Pensacola Navy Lot 4, block'9!, New City, lots 1 to' 10. : per cent., when the Pensacola Home and' Savings doled departure of trains. The >;00 a, m, "
Inclusive, block 105; 10.18 1 to 5 in block Sunday train may carry light, perishable
Yard Fort
H-a; H-J;
$ Barrancas
putting on, the mar- Fort 12a; tots 18 to 20 in block 125. and frac. : Association will issue you paid-up stock freight under some circumstance by special Yl

ket. It's in the shapeof If an}.one-doubts Uie effect that the I Pickens, Fort McRae U. S. Tract iional block Belmont 140 Numbering all In the-J400 East.00 King bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, payable carry permission.freight or Electric packages: car of will any description net '

crusadeSfor municipal ownership is Life station Eli Johnson to A. A. Fi her-North 90 except medicine urgently need
a small, all-Ha- the monopolies of Atlanta Saving ; .also the feet of lot 4 and the north 90 feet of the semi-annually. ; ed. Shippers ere requested to bear the i'
having upon cuts made in west ',; of lot 5 in block 49, East King J. S. Reese R. M. CARY regulation in mind that Inconvenience !
new island H. DeSILVA.. A. GREENHUT :f
vana five cents. ci- and of' Georgia, he has only to by Tract, East (If Tarragona street-$826.2 I O. President| Vle..president. Treasu-er. Secreut')". mar not be caused.Tbeee '..
( :
(watch *the mails. Uncle Sam's the storm. A. A. Fisher to Pensacola Investment freight regulation subject to \\1
gar. It is called\ undivided Vi interest in part Dlr.ctore-H. O. DeSllva, A. Greenhut Knowlei Hy rf, A. V, change without notice. : -
pouches are- pretty well filled every } FLORES of Co.-An See 1& (same u des<'11bed in deed of" Clubbs, ,.C H. Dorr, (h E. Maura Sol Cahn. I Any further information regardiu. ? pa*- 1.1;1
day with the multitude of doctrines 'I.J. Executors of William Fisher to 43 South Palafox. had by applying to the general office of q 5
The Gonzalo which to the city both Investment Coal >e) JIM.pensa-I the company. --M ,
from local are coming mailing places and ,from Manager other'cola 5 SS25TS .... .............................................. Passenger* are earnestly requested to .
1'. B 1 Jack promptly report to the general office any t'.1 '.
outside mailing placesccstaia'nf:: ht-. --- -- .. .. northwest U of the smith.S&Jb.tfJW'SW inattention to duty or discourtesy os -
"Babies"It .' erature carefully selected to antagonize -; & '4 of* the part of employee and to make tpeclfio > .j:1:
criticUnu of pervlre. fl
the theory of munIcipal owner. I JOHN W LEADLET ''-.

is manufactured pamphlet ship. Not or a booklet-dav passes or report'ttul bearing' sdme! WE EXERCISE; IstOO i' City (of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. Manager. i:

expressly'for"us. and' the earmarks of the monopoly comes CONSCIENTIOUSCARE TEMPERATURE OF 72 Denomination $1,000.00 eaca. Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January ...- I

is winner., ,Call for into the mails ot hundreds and thousands DEGREES YESTERDAY 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. lit; 1926 Interest Parable Semi-Aanually. Pensacola, St. Andrews and n
of individuals-! throughout the
them.. They.are the City, and perhaps: throughout tha I AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. Gulf Steamship Co: -1

state. It Is just as well. for.the people -, in the STEAMERTARPON.w. i
best : way we "do up"things TEe\ maximum temperature yesterday G. BARROW, Matter .- t '
yet, I
: .: to be on guard against these statements Your was 72 degrees at 2:30 p. nu FIEST-CLASsS PASSENOfca AND j'Betw
"duds"last Bank of
which are so carefully: edited while the minimum was 65 degrees at The 'Peoples 'Pensacola FREIGHT SERVICE. .'
1 '.. I by the agents "of 'opposition. They if n- i"t
longer the
s. 0 we launder 7:45 a. m. Last year on same PENSACOLA. MOBILE, APALACHICO, t \; :
f are very suspicious in their pleas, and them which date the maximum wall 71 degrees and Pensacola, FJa. LA CARRABCLLE. aT. AN- "' ;
are apparently very *eH' founded in means an DREWS MILLVILLE. .
I. ,' It .the ipWnmrff 54 degrees. And all points on St. Andrew Bay, Car- 1 i
> The their origin, but with most of;them, actual saving of '
I will be found;that they:are the extraordinary money Advertisements.In rabellc'EdDaeJ.acn'COIa.:: r rf

statements of.interested witnesses to you.- Legal Leave Pensaoola Sunday, 8:JO p. nw fit

and that they contain largely Mobile.Pensacola Ata.Leave Tuesday, t:10 ... .;
I County Circuit Court '
Lewis Bear Co. captious objections and.factional reports The Star Steam Sut of FtorWa-In Chancery Mary THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK for St. Andrew. MlUvlile. Apalachlcola, '
of experiments which have had Jackn T*. Charles Jackfoa. TOvegaf Carrabelle and intermediate points. (. t ,
5th day eI Neyener, A.P. For additional Information apply to
complication.Wa are On Monday,
i Wholesale the slightest defendant. Ctiartu J&Ck&OLreqt1r.d PENSACOLAA J. IL SAUNDERs -
UH, tile '
Dealers '
that the -people of At- Laundry E .R. COBB PreaideaC
quite confident Is to appear to the biD 1ileil ,
I lanta are too 'well -balanced in Judgment & elm herbk Tbls order to)8 General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative General Frt. and Pass.Fla.. Agt. Pen -'
: saesla1,
well in their 37 E published once each week foy eight (L I : :
settled con-
and too Garden St. Batl. .
Phone 114 \':
cojuecutlre wMIli m The PansacolaJournal. _
Pensacola Fla. be unbalanced changed # '- -'= --1 '!". !
vlctiong to a ,Dewapap"'IW"II 4 In &1d
I by these wordy demonstrations i Pensacola Fa.!! EacanMa counto. A, MUeUlUui.. C4erk Corroaporuicnce Solicited--R. M. Buhnoll. Cashier.
Circuit Court. by L. O. Armard. D. C. Subscribe for The Journal. I ':;
lanta Georzix .-_ : Pensacola.. Flain* 34. IMi. \ !

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-7 r.t STORM 1 .: EMPIRE .

Style in Men's Suit is a mighty good thing _

-you want it; and you'll get ,i it if you '
: Damage of Tms. City Miss Bertha Krupp and Dr.
come here. But mere style is ,not"enough; -i. I

-you want quality and Good Tailoring Not Nearly As Great Von Bohlen Will Be .OF ,

t and style that stays. That's why it pays to As Here. ., Married Monday

buy your suits from the "Old Reliable." '
/ Boys' and Children'sSuits

Weather Observer 'William F. Reed..Jr..who .
Berlin Oct. 13.- 'Miss Bertha Krupp
io.oo has been on an inspection who is to be married on Monday to
$ to $35.00 'tour to various stations D'ear Pensa-: Lieutenant Gustav von Bohlen und
I cola, returned' to the city yesterday.He Halbach, has. possessions valued ;
not only made an inspection of all ,somewhere between a hundred mil
stations in the district but made lion dollars and aposition in Germany and Overcoats

in ,notes of the damage done by the recent that is more than that of the richest ,
.'" Bargains storm damaged I Iil'I hurricane in order to report the subject The institution she owns'.is'
same to the department. almost a department of the gQvem.mente
Mr. Reed left here last Monday and supplying it does the artil
il,I after a week spent In visiting'the var. lery for the German army all armor We desire specially to call the attention of the
ious towns came to'the conclusion and guns for the navy and some of
I that Apalachicola, Carrabelle and other the ships. The semipolitical agentsof
I points had not suffered as greatlyas the KruPPs are persons of 'consequence 1- mothers of Pensacola to our immense stock of
Pensacola. )
in Constantinople and the Bal
THE JOHN WHITE STORE Ii I Beginning at Robinson Point he kan capitals. The Germany diplomaCy
i found that place had been the worst supports them. Intelligence of most these goods and the prices. No better values
i I sufferer of any of the towns the departures in military and naval affairs
damage corresponding with that of in part of the world reach
I any
Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear I above Pensacola normal,and the At tide Bay,rising.Point 10, feet two the the Krupp general management staffs of the and army thence and were ever offered in Pensacola. We have themin <<

miles northeast of Robinson! Point navy. In time of war the government
Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX the tide rose about 9 feet, and car would probably take over the all styles-
ried away the flooring of wharves control of the works.
capsized one schooner and did other The government 'has :kept ,a: solid-
slight damage. ,tious watch on the Krupp enterprises The regular Knee-Kigh Style '
Further up the Blackwater river he .' which Include bes'des! the steelland _l,
found that the mills of'the:Blackwa I I I :
gun works at Esssn shipyards: The and -
ter Mill Co. had been damaged to Bloomer Style v
.I1................................................... some extent, and timber scattered at Kiel gun and arm works at Mag .:. r'
r deburg and a number of. coal and
The beautiful Juvenile
aboutAt : iron mines. The employers aggregate Style, ,
Bagdad a few trees were blown 63,000.<< The sole inheritor of '

'I Witcher Zemurray & Co. I down and some fences' demolished' :these undertakings 'on' the death f from 3 to 6, years.! -<,
and the tide rose about 8 feet. At her father in 1902 was Bertha "
:Milton very little damage was done, 'Krupp. who was 20 last March. Dr. The other styles run from 7 to uty ars.
except by water rising and flowing .Von Bohlhen as he is generally .
i Commission Brokers. : into the basements of the stores., .known was First Secretary of the Price $1.00 to $4.00.. e
Apalachicola has been damaged; to Legation which' Prussia maintains at 6
the extent of about $10,000 by water the Vatican distinct from the German

:1 Pensacola and New Orleans i 1 and the' Pensacola$2 000 by wind St. Andrews the warehouse& Gulf of I!.embassy born thirty-six at the years Quirnal.. ;ago He at The was .< Having enlarged our store by taking in the adjoining j

II, W. Intcndoncta. 820 Common. e Steamship! Co. have been blown: down: Hague. I
I There the tide rose 5 feet. ...... building, our floor space will be equal to any in the city j f.fe;

i Cotton, Stocks, Grain Provisions, f.1 I suffered Millville Carabelle little had had damage a a 6 five foot foot tide tide and, suffered but- ONLY ONCE' IN ONE t f We call special attention to our $2.. School 01" n ;:

Z bought and sold on margin or for Investment. i i some 'damage by }boats; and timber Suits r-th
.'' being blown ashore and water HUNDRED taut
,: Z running into the wharf warehouse. YEARSI Yours for o J
2 Out. -of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. : I .. bargains, :
.. 1Th

; i Direct Private Telephone No. 1173. |e BRIG HULBERT ,- I HAS FR.CST APPEARED ON GULF I, RII 0 C1fb: : 11g :/
i Wires.'f COAST AS EAPJ,.Y.AS DURING j. e I'VI. ,
'1 : 0 S: OY'e enn
............... .f.......,.NINNNNNN... NOW AT ALGIERS] 'PRESNf'YEAR.! I InL

1 1I ,. : 321. and 323 South Palafox Street.
The wreck of the American.'bri; ;
: THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO Jennie Hulbert has, been picked up The Mobile .Register: says: I Agents for High-Art Clothing and M. & O. $2.50tIen's Shoe -

I SAGE LEAVES I and towed to port according to tta; Local weather statistics comp'lei .

APALACHICOLA. FLA. following, of Saturday from the: New Orleans Picayune by the late W. H.' Gardner: show that l i!.l\.....;... jltl."i, _'i,!_ L, 1" _J,;;_ _.1 .iUi. 1 t mb" ;',>' :- L'j_.' ._'. ,- .-, -." .' ,,;'
only once in tae on*:hundred: years "
Manufacturers of
I I I The American brig Jennie Hulbert,: covered by his notes did trust come as I /t +
Special to The Journal.Brent i lumber:laden, waterlogged and abandoned early as the frost of 'Tittfrsday' October J '
Cypress Shingles. was wrecked in the late hurricane 11. In 1855;; there' was frost in BiBLSTU1YRALLYD4Y 1
Sept 13.-We are having'unusually -I I in the Gulf of Mexico, ands middle Alabama'September 25 and -6. I :
'A"x4"x18"w" cold October weather. The,I since floating around a dangerous obstruction and black frost October 8.' There
x 5- x 18" temperature is about one month aheadof i I to navigation WAS found fif'ji were S3vere coast storms August 19
the date. ty miles off the bar by the pilot ,and 29. The winter that followed wasa AT THf Y. 'M. C. ,A. TODAY r= nth
Cypress, Tanks of all Descriptions. Frosts ar generally light in Novem Underwriter and towed in to South; very hard one. The'harbor at St.
"Write for Catalogue and Price List ber.All Pass on Oct 10 and uo to the city !Louis was closed .f9$ seventy days -
three of the Clop*on brothersare yesterday morning and located at ,Algiers by ice. Stand'ngPura oet *at" :Mobile
f ,, Today is J3ibl S study rally!a1 at: interest has grown until it appears
treating their residences to new :where the lumber 'mt}be discharged -:froze sufficiently for skating.! 'In I860 '
when of the vessel i ( Men's Christian Association -,: that additional classes must beorgan
over coats of paint to insure comfort a survey there was a coast storm September the Young '
through the coming winter. will be held and what disposition will 15. Killing frost came October 13. and all men of the city are cordially ized to-day. There will be a class for t'C YAh
file of last
Our young winter-garden vegetableswere i i be made of her. The Jennie Hulbert j'j'i In 1891 there was light frost in Mississippi young men similar to one
invited as well as boys from 14 season, two classes for members of
: completely annihilated by the when wrecked, was bound from Pas-: October 8. Tliese: are the
; '
To the to 18, who members of the asso the boy's department and in responseto 'tiCt
Public great storm.If I I cagoula to Havana with about 250, i only instances where frost came even are the suggestion of the Sunday }:br ,
replanted at this season, they 000 feet of lumber. approximately so early Tas .is noted ciation.
School class will be
I Institute a organized
will be so and tender when be 'mentioned will be ren-
young this year. It must The,following program
Pensacola Lodge No. 42. F. & A. M. for "Teacher Training In which
Jack Frost puts in his appearancethat Regular communication Thursday however that ,the frost of Thursday dered beginning. at 3:30 p. m.
learn to teach Bible
men .how a
Free they are very liable to share the Oct. 18, at T".30 p. m.y was not what is described in Capta n Hymn. class.may
fate of those which were caught out a Visiting brothers fraternally Invited. Cardner's reports as killing, becauseIt : Prayer. I I
in the raging hurricane. TV E. HARVEY.. affected only the Northern portionof Hymn. A competent instructor has been secured I
There is great value In the brush B. 1L SOLOMON. W. M. the cotton belt. \V hn he says Address-Rev. T. Callaway.. and this course will not only bea '
.To those who have contracted the and debris which the storm left in its Secretary. "killing frost" he means :a frost that Solo-W. S. Garfield. practical demonstration Bible ,
habit of taking one or some of the for teaching but will also include Instruction -,
path filling gullies and allwash PATIENT BURNED WHILEUNDERGOING puts an end to plant growth all over Announcements.
dangerous advertised remedies this outs. It is useless to fill gullies with TRAETMENT the cotton district That sort of a Organization of Classes. In the art of teaching. THE HABERDASHER
communication is particularly address dirt on hillsides without having the frost has not happened yet. The Bible school of the Y. M. C. A. A!' interested In these subjects CgE
ed.If lower end well started with brush. Shreveport, Ls.--Oct. 13.=JI R. Loe, Althougn the market has responded waS organized in April of last year whether members of the associationor ,
you take some of the various so- stones or batts to hold it from being of Bienville Parish filed an interest immediately to the reports of frost .and conducted its work successfully not are cordially invited to be --- ----- -
called tonics dyspepsia remedies, swept out by the next rain. A ing suit to-day in the Caddo Parish and damage by frost, it is impossiblefor with a large attendance until the present and to join these. 'classes if SCARRITT MORENO, I
1 kidney liver or stomach cures cures stategical admixtureQf brush, batts, f District Court against Dr. Louis any one to say what amount of close of its session in September. The they so desire. .
for insomnia if you are in the habitof clay and Bermuda grass will make a !Abramson, proprietor of the Shreve- damage has been done in the part of I __, __ ____ __ __ SAFES for OF Diebold ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS.Agent and Lock Co- thtr
taking daily doses of effervescent complete stay-filling up with leaves ;Jx>Sanitarium. for $2,500 damagesfor the district affected by frost. At this! n' Canton Ohio. loaf
salta for the nerves, or cathartics forconstipat'on and etc., to eventually make an air injuries claimed to have been sustained season the plant is very near maturity i Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. Ta
: nostrums advertised to and-water-tight finish. i by him while a patient in the has made its full quota of bolls I '
clear the blood take away pimples Bermuda grass Is a wonderful safeguard 'Sanitarium last November. The plaintiff and the opinion of many farmers is L
clear the skin etc.. apparently harmless against the washing away of i holds that he underwent an opera that when the leaves are frosted and OPERA HOUSE ant
but highly dangerous advertised the .landIt Is just the thing to use ,tion 'after which he was given morphine fall off there is quicker developmentof i! "Real Love'Letters of Real Girl" crer
headache cures-then we say try us for a stitch In time to save nine. : and that he was under the influence the bolls because-the sun can shine 1t
without' a cent of cost to you. THOS. MCMILLAN. i of the drug when ji nurse more freely upon them; bolls that are I MONDAY OCTOBER 15 1n.OEO.
100,000 people die annually in Amer. are thus dried out and open ,
bottle of hot water'against sappy
placed a
III not going to beat the big drum of sentiment and mAe
ica from of Lest am
the use dangerous headache ;We \ whereas, if they are shaded too long
his leg, badly burning the member. err
heart and kidney remedies. forget-Baby Is' restless, cant sleepat : they rot. We infer that the farmersare a wailful noise. Nothing is so dead as a dead infatuation. ADE'STriumphant
Bromonla is absolutely harmless and ,night, won't eat, cries spasmodically. much less concerned about the The more a person has been infatuated,the more he resents an Com! Opera, Peet set
more effective as a cure for the above ,A bottle of White's Cream probable effect of the frost than they attempt to galvanize the dull, dead thing into life. 'I am wise, txi
a complaints than anything known to'Vermifuge never fails to cure. Every II are by the absolute knowledge that you see,to the end. And reasonable,too, I hope.' ,And brave. eras
Medical Practitioners. Not a patent mother should give her baby White's the great wind storm has done damage And brave, I tell you. Do you think I will be a coward, and the
nostrum Cream Vermifuge. So many times that nothing will repair the cry out? I make you a present of everything;of the love'and
Cut out.. coupon at the bottom of this when the baby is pale and fretful plants in many places being prostra- happy thoughts,of the pleasant dreams and plans, of the ,little SiISUlU t1e sdI
article-send it to us. You will receive the mother does not know what out. This I
to do. :e ted and the cotton whipped prayers sent up, and the blessings called down-there were a
a package free of cost. Be sure A bottle.of.this medicine would bring a .I I m damage has been estimated at from great many every day-of the kisses,and all the dear sweetness. I I tea,
to' write name and address plainly. color to his cheeks and laughter to 20 to 33 per cent in all the middle Take it all. I want nothing from you in return. But do you
a 15,000 will be paid to anyone who his eyes. Give it,a trial. % district and we can well belieye it
'x can shaw that Bromonla Is not absolutely This should make a material reduc- "'suppose that, having given you all this, I am going to gre a you ORIGINAL GORGEOUS 1E
7CII soul as well? 'To moan life beautiful life? 'H ITS. 11
safe to take. Formula furnUh- LLJ tion in the output of cotton. ,my my away my 27 SONG
ed""to any physic'an.! Hospitals and POSTAL PICTURESOF :%: =m-: In making calculations as to both You are not worth it. You are not worth anything, hardly. AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA.
doctors supplied In bulk free of charge. I- storm and frost damage it will be well You are unstable, invertebrate. My life shall be splendid in OF 60. It
-I Ien to bear in mind that Texas cotton has spite of you. You shall not cheat me of one single chance of COMPANY eF
t FREE BROMONIA COUPON. GREAT STORMMOST ::a escaped the worst af the visitation. heaven"-{(From Froultin Schmidt and J/r. 'Anstruthtr in PRIZE BEAUTY CHORUS. bit
Qen both of wind and frost Ordinarily the November Delineator). Price* -Sc to $1.50. Seats now on sale

,Name.. .. ..................... .... c U:) spread the storms westward that visit into Texas this this but coast the The iweetot, teaderat lore mesuje ever pat oa paper. y i,,

PROMINENT SCENES OF :z 1 m September 27. storm was little felt By the author of "Elizabeth and Her Gamma, Catdea. ONE NIGHT ONLYe..
This : of the iplen&l (eatoes d the
City! ............ ................. DISASTER DONE' IN t- :::10.... there. The cold waves usually reachus *arj cue many r
en by the way of Texasbut, on the Tuesday October 16.
PRINTERS INK.A present occasion the cold wave has NOVEMBER DELINEATOR
down Mississippi valley. -THE NEW-
Y State. .. .......................... come the
Rowland &' Clifford Fri
Y pictorial story of the great storm WILL DEDICATE THE NEW

My: dlpease Is....................... form.has just been published in unique The "Flat-iron" Brand, ARMORY AT MARIANNAOn Fashions in Dress- Needlework Comedy-Drama; .Production.
It .
consists of ten mailing r
cards all in one'sheet, that may either are noted for Individuality and for Household Matters.
'p :My'nearest drtfggist; is In............ be framed and hung up folded or York tailor-made tailors make fit. The these best trousers.No New. the evening of the 16th Company Thorns and
M, First infantry Florida '
rolled and sent altogether to a friendor tailor could make better ones 'f.
cut up into ten cards and mailed ",. State Troops wilL dedicate Its new Butterick Patterns for November Orange Blossoms
.. ..... ..... ... ? ... .. ...... out separately Just. as postal cards Sold In Pensacola- by armory at Marianna" the' invitations J Pot
are mailed., : n already being out _
WHITE i. NIX, -Ten and Fifteen Cents. .. B. Parker. t
Address: Beginning tomorrow Hooton's Pharmacy Wyer's band of this city will fur : x f ,By Lem- s
will give away one of these CLOTHIERS, nish the music. for the occasion and With Edna Earle Lindon 35
.v storm picture sheets containing ten 29 South Palafox St the leader f is in receipt: ,dL a letter "The
Bromonia views of the storm with every cash from one of- the ;committeeman in Delineator $1.00 per Year./ Violette Beaton.AN .
Company purchase of CO cents or over. Out. MADE BY. charge of the r reception -and dance, .
of-town people who'c nnot get here suggesting that, IIi, Mel: 'SIt the bad ; .. DRAMA
t 688 Broadway New York. to make a purchase can secure these ; BLOCK BROS. & KiLPATRICK condition between Marianna and Pen I i r r INTENSELY CAST lt:
Special sale now being held by HANNAH ten pictures, .delivered post paid by sacola the band come on by way of,'! ; .. ". : .Z: And Produced With a Scenic Mounlf
'y BROS.. WHOLESALE D1 J 'iiL.. sending 25 cents to Hooton's' Phar. 17.19 Waverly Plac &New Yorkin. Milton, all additional and"" incidental t. Picturesque and Elaborate.

E uTErS.sF macy. expenses to be bor e;b1pnnpanT JL Prices 25,35, 50 and 75 cents.


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\ f.HWIJ the sun Is the source of all this r with water plants and trees.- The I the .vegetable-matter would gradel: '>" *- .i.Ui<#<-;..' -' '' co.. _.,,- ,f".!!: ,.ll' ,.

INI v" earth's energy. And, wherever yon soil Is as black as Ink: from, the old, J7... e kflled ad the water from the .. '1'" .- t' .,>
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J ; see an automobile coming, and step dead leaves, grasses,roots and sterna I streams'In.ih. ,west,would no longer .<1. 'J I ':: r Hjj.: t'! ,I
'.- aside, you pay a compliment to the; which lie in it, and so toft that everything 4>e. >filtered, bur would bring 'down r tOJlIo'L1JHp +sRaMm. ''1[ 1 J-i'+ ';

sun, whether"you know it or not. i would sink into,it, if it were I mod .and lease It',as_ a layer over the. .;{

old the sent not for the mS.tted roots of the I deed plants. If the ground went : '
'. "In those days sun on
I i LL the coal we. burn these er, in amazement. :::aJ."I -:/ lX yearn. Sows..can eehow coal wasnot } ; :
,66' A days," said Uncje Joe the don't know" answered, the coy."Exit forth its heat and the leaves stems, mosses,.ferns and other plants which sinking tW the sea covered, the !
veran4a branches and trunks of earth's vegetation bind It together. You may dig down whole place nhe sea,, sand weald be, gad' :'he..drfren>oat.o* -the-littleDotag' it: .t J tt'of
/ ji.Story Teller "was made Uncle Joe is out on the butm1icb. >of?the oiland' gas ,
were armed and grew. 'In for ten or fifteen feet, and find nothing thrown--down*over>the ctaf'.n'\toirBd-\ i ihaTi au "wi1f'l1gh ; ': i '
hundreds and thousands Vlth'a lump'of coal and is going to I i which; were in the leaves, of the ,
:f year ago"This lellusa about it." the form of coal that energy of thepaaj.has but peat made from the remains ually ,pressed,down\by'the'weight 'Of : 'hi talk on.coal TJacte*Joe il ; :
ptzJrte,was ariven oat, ,
come to us. of plants; which have lived and died new sand above, 'ttirit, formed,soU5; ; *, Jjyjpresffttre? had bees".buy on his.coal taU./nd ? -
lump of coal ,which I hold: "I believe I'll so along and listen; and :the internal heat-of; :earth, and .
':a riy hand must be from a great; too," said the boys. fat.Jer.: who ,useda "With coal we generate steam. there in succession for agee and ages, 'sandstone and our*<.coal bed>becomes ihe: -whole-bribed;Jcto -.substance. "'had whetted It on:.the i iwlgk

:berth for It seems to be made up of I I.Ia.nt 'great .deal of coal .in, his manufacturing I With the aid of steam we make _all while the black trunks of the fallen buried d r'alid deeper"la... the; '. The difference. had.-a. .flat bettroe&cosl
,which, t> >at'of'.h1s"m! t'
trees lie here and there earth. : !
Hfe! which kinds of wheels round and develop
: l long be- business. : go '
i flames-4 $ coal, :sre plants had Cowers. "In the first place," said! Uncle Joe, electricity, "compressed air and other being covered up by the. jiea.d plant&"Peat'when "At last after long ages, when,the : ieAyat '
:; vnebeesald avmcober aiyiatreting. .
In "the proper way to build : motive powers. But It must all come dried becomes firm and thick of ?
Hnbfse, days there were no menn preface mass sandstone above the : .
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f' motreetDaat >deafgns : ;,, Uncle Joe :
earth, ;and very few animals of a quick lire is to lay the ,coal with tJa : from coal first makes an excellent fire,*and If it were :! bed had been laid down, the: sinking: 'otbee., CoaT,which .ttamea'Das,tUgmtib11t' ..- eby-feen*, r ':1:1e

::2!* kttfd. ,Giant grasshoppers and layers pointing upward; for, as you : "Of course, some people still burn pressed until hard and solid.it would must have stopped and the land_have, be-.:tar and-.gas aa&Rhe Cite bttfla conei-aDdotter..rparts .

:srnrU'1; toads were about the only may see from this lump, coal consistsof I' wood. But, that'sonly J away out in not be unlike coaL Pure peat is free : risen a little,. so the tea was ,driven' which,the>,ptentstored,. p In tte ::d* long: 2ong>ago. j ",'f.-t

snd-ef: animals then living." layer upon layer. If the layers are the country. So, I may safely ,say, of earth. The explanation is not dif 'back; and then, the rivers would -aadrthsBemfcen'thpescape: Think ,-thin,* .. ,

*TU, ipet they could jump some," laid upright the heat of the fire below : coal is man's dearest possession. Its ficult. Streams\,iow"conitantly' or, bring down, ea.rth.again. and make I again;gtre,:Hade the, sunbeams 'W a 'Ttow much* 'we owe to i i!

iet*mt td Arthur. stands a' far better chance to j hidden power, composed of the storedup rather ooze Into the Great Dismal ,another clay-bed. Then a new forest I bright Same The bard -stone ,coal, which Ired and died: so a

"le'3'p t Wfcll. I Ktculd say. so!,'.:., shcot through and! up." Don't forget I energy. ,derived from the sunbeams $Swamp from the land that lies to,the would spring up and 'a. 8ecoD4P ontt4te' cumrufjirhaa lost-a-great Think, .too, of what: we } ,

Ieq s4id Uncle Joo. *Their 'footbf iIratr"; I of the long past, ,by dint of west but instead of bringing mu4'rtnwtili ;bed of peat and vegetable..matteij of .thMBfr,ofk, and only'carbon re- miner of today. 'W'hoftelves; fioottaci"i.! : ', i

I xlflb the coal would indicate I "Coal consists! of, layer' upon layer i application and .perseverance _on them .as rivers do. to the sea, would ,begin to..accumulate to form_ rosins, wkh.aeicea hold.of the ozy- ,the,earth and risks his ;;;

, '!hit f>*y .were, pretty -rood jumpers. of fallen vegetation. of long ago. Hundreds I man's part, has .rendered, ;.. possible the1',.bring only per,elear water, :VcoaTbed' many'feefftbove; fire' *. sea ofitbe' air and -burns without .life' la the-pursuit oKhte- <'<

Yo r*. r opstain and rt my knife. 'and thousands! of years ago,:this I steam cars, :automobiles and. other because as they*filter through the :In'this manner the'different.deposit*,li flame.; Ooke;.la pure 'carbon,,'which ebgine without of coal:: any. we kind conk: and, h.ee :t '

1 tS,* bIAe'Is open be roTe to-closet lump'of ,coal;I'now held in my hand means cf rapid" transportation.: dense, jungle of reeds, ferns and :or veins, of coal beds have beer W1I' maW. artificially 'by' driving*oat irno' large ; ::' ..

b for. :TCU: st .rt u Q>talrs." was being formed'by- the dropping of "The 'Great Dismal Swamp' lyingto shrubs which grow around.the marsh :formed. the oils and.gUM from coal, and the transit ,woola be a thing "+ _

t'baa Arthur retora4 with the leaves, stems and branches: Just the i the south of Norfolk, Va., and an earth la sifted out and left be i "The pressure which .may, be .ex gas*. bmf.I.pwt.ef wbat.s.wmacjgL' ..aut"! electric light would !'' f
'Theprocess of,
ull Uncle! Joe Mat cis for the same as in the- fall we find, our carpetof i stretching far away Into North Carolina hind. I erted by machinery fa absolutely rolres digging ,picking mining, i !' Ii,! t

rfe fetote. The wh* stone was leaves overspreading our city j ,- furnishes 'one of the best com- "We know that the surface the I nothing compared 'to the weight of "A: .anltttatore:CM r factory :maybe sorting, tramming, hoisting 1 1.1" H t

:ekW tP tad Artbnt had to ask,his parks. ? I parisons of present days to a'probable earth,Is,, constantly changing.X Now an those hundreds. feet.of. solid constructed ttf:aor'one using: an ordinary ing, screening and much : i t

.UIl !ttr It. '"In those days' there, eras no man view of,a prehistoric_coal bed In process If the Uand to,the; east ware to;sink rock which f,lid over the coal-beda, :'day pipe. Fill the bowl, with and stove hauling and before furnace.it 'The .J J

"v.\at does Users fee want the with the rake and the destiny of the of formation. The whole place sufficiently to allow:ttha salt 'water and which has pressed them. ,down a, little powdered coal and cement dangers' attendant upon f

rt,utoae for?" asked rthW"'. fath- present was being accomplished. Is 'enormohs Quagmire the Atlantic all for and tA4. fine Place-'
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"Tallahassee, beautiful land!" Beau- at a time wJ .en'the legislature was in : There was very little speculating of civil war, flourished and flowered In'l- properly fertilize and cultivate it, the I ioned dinner parties long ago- became ry in general, Tallahassee still holds 111 :

-al to-day as it was when the name session he received many. courtesies I I any' kind; if a man bought a piece cf to a civilization and, later, a social same amount of work is not spent I extinct, but one Is, frequently, "cor.I ita reputation for-shall We call W 1t'
'j bestowed upon it, but In most at its hands. land or a slave or a horse it was not life, than which nothing finer has upon it.. Before the war, and in Tallahassee dially invited to be present" at a dignity of movement It's the 'thing 1 r: !i
ter respects-well, -the old orderalSet Old Time Entertainment for the purpose of reselling at a profit ,been known in thlh country." "the war" always means I banquet at one of the hotels. Becausethe Philadelphia is accused of by the rest j tI
: : $, giving place to the new." Entertainments in those olden gol- II because he gave the full value in the been known In this country.". the civil war,-lands were tilled systematically town residence is not so spaciousas of the country, and'perhaps Tallahassee } ; J

Tallahassee in ante bellum days den days, usually took,the form of first instance and nothing was to be Tenant Farmers Now. If not always Intelligently the mansion of plantation days, will not object to being classed ,t'j
la 'the home of some of the "oldaljes" I what we would to-day call house par gained by reselling. There was no Today the old order ot "landed At the blowing of the horn n dancing parties at home are of infrequent with Philadelphia considering the ex. i'' .
:: .! of the state, whose broad ties. There was a great deal of visiting bank except a branch 01 some Savannah gentry" has given way to that of the the morning, usually at sunrise, the occurrence, but "opening cluslveness of Philadelphia's! smart {i i
antatlons, spresd'ns over many back and forth between the or Charleston institution of that absentee landlord. Descendants of negroes rose from their slumbers, had balls," also at the hotels, receivea set, its assembly balls and it abeo- 1 q. ,

:'res., sheltered fed and gave emOrrnent I great houses; every family kept Its kind, but the planters transacted the planters, in many instances, still their breakfasts and repaired at once good deal of attention. Indeed, the lute social superiority to any other : ..r)
to numerous black servitors, carriage ,and the gentlemen made their banking operations through New own and, in a sense, possess the I to the fields and to work. They had social'life of the. town seems now to community In the known world. :. I "
d formed the foundation of what calls as well as the ladies of the York, and when at the beginning of land, but they no longer make their Ii their rest time at noon,, they com- center round the hotels, one of the This reputation can be best illustrated "
as really a sort of landed gentry family. There was no 'such magnificence the year, they settled their accounts, homes upon it. Instead there are menced their work and continued it reasons for this being that Tallahassee by the story of an Incident of ;: .
-oere ,
under their own vines and fig'es as may be seen in weathly checks on New York provided the many tenant farmers tilling the soil until the sethngrtof! the sun ended has become a resort for tourists which Tallahassee is saidto the 1 ",
i, lived
aat! Stories of those days, of the and, for state occasions, of gold, many were in the nature of checks against elsewhere in the state, or even in negro farmer works and rests as he people' from other states spend the shown the places of Interest and of .; .
atiesS. the lavish hospitality, the ma- servants horses and everything that their cotton crops:; which any busi- other sections of the country. It is pleases, and everyone at all familiar I' winters here and become part of the course was taken to see the capitol. '
rja1; plenty .that abounded and the made for creature; comfort.'were part ness man of the times was glad o estimated that 75 per cent of the land I with the characteristics! of the negro -'I life of the little city. The hotel provide After looking in at the various offices, I:
enerous us'e. that was made of it, knows that he pleases to rest entertainment for these guests -t
of, the .regular, ,ordinary life of the accept.: in Leon county is owned by persons the senate chamber and house of rep
:are come: down to this generation day. Madam had her gowns< made in Meaning of "Tallahas e." who do not live on it. but who leaseor I much oftener than to work. That Is ,. and invite resident society to partakeof resentatives he was taken up to th*
make famous fireside tales for Paris and wore them with the grace ,rent it for cultivation. About two- why only enough labor is now expend I -it also, hence their part in the social cupalo on top of the building in order : f
:oandsrea! or grandma's telling, andese and the stateliness of any great lady The meaning of "Tallahassee" Is thirds of these owners reside now In I ed upon the land to make It produce game. During sessions of the 4 to get a view of the surroundinC: S '
: tales, with the innumerable of a court:_ Every house still in dispute, but the best authori' I the town or Tallahassee, the rest of I sufficient for the bare::: necessities of j:: legislature the hotel is the center and country from that elevation. LeaclnC 'l lout
Tnted pages descriptive of the,times.are ties agree that: the town received itsInaine .life The unspoken prayer almost the circumference interest,
its wine rootli"which was keptfiled them outside the state. From this negro's too far he lost his balance anQ \
served to keep alive a knowledge had with choice vintages imported ]I' from a tribe of Indians of that I failure of the land owners to live up : is "Give us' this day our daily breadwe II II the capitol being largely but, the fell to the ground. The friend. wh. .
life "befo' de name. This tribe or band of Indiians 'tall 'bout ter- of routine work. Again the
war cultivate their heritageof don't keer npthin' scene
( by the : 'Guests, carne and on and own was conducting the sight-seeing expedition tI
Present to LaFayette. i: opera composed of both Seminoles and hotels play a most important part '
of feudal
has a kind morrer. rushed down stairs to the
welcome acres grown up :
It was In Leon Tallahasv spent days at.a time and'the ]'I Creeks, was in camp near the 'in Social' Life. tour wben the inauguration I .
", county at never'failed, for all:that'a:man owned pres- system. The owner of the soil will Change every :years aid of the visitor and found him Just :\\Ii- ?
ent site of the capitol, but under' the I of state officials! occurs, being al
i.flrst section east of the town, where
believe the disposal of his friends have his home in This method of conducting farming rising from the ground after his flightthrough :;: .I-
was at
that the congress of the. I treaty made with them they gave up In luxurious ways'the scene of ,the inauguration he '
n.tt'd No)attempt; was made at, display, but I'their and ho spendsthe winter operations has effected a complete the ah "Are you hurtr .
States camps departed the Semi-
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selected balL "
a township idleness, and.passes the summer inquired anxiously. "Oh no, repliedthe
of perhaps
every effort was In furtherance change In the social life of Tallahas f
: for a present b the great La. noles to the South and the Creeks to other I New Ideas In Evidence. 'Ve're In Tallahassee
in manner other with a smile, -
simple travel or any life .
of others a this social was
1T tte in the pleasure ; Join their brethren in Alabama leaving see. Where once
graceful recognition of his social in- his fancy dictate, while the lands i ,, know., J. fell slowly."
'rv:ces during the revolution. Though kindly spirit dominated the only the name to hold them In re- may frequently centered In the homes of the plant i Through these various mediums,i
v general himself: never visited his tercourse and the thought of self was membrance. The commissioners who are cultivated by his tenants annual, ers. where the functions took the also, have percolated ideas from the I A walk' through the business por- f ;
fissions here his grandson EdUM not permitted' to Intrude upon their selected the place for the capitol for I negroes, who pay for form of gatherings in these homes, outside world that have visibly effected -i bong of the town any Saturday will
< de LaFayette was entertained pleasure. ,A man was not accounted the newly acquired! territory reported rental of 800 pounds of Here cotton and for feasting or 'dancing, for the celebration life in Tallahassee. 'As an illustration i disclose curious. enes to those not
Tallahassee !several times. That worthy simply' because he had piled : that the site they had selected was ; forty acres of ground. them of eventful days, or preparations it Is no longer considered > aorustoioed to a predominant negro .t
a:1 1 of Tallahassee known as up a great many dollars to his account : "one and a quarter miles from the{I there may be found among and thrifty a.; for the hunt or other pleasures : good taste for a young' womah to i| population. That Is the day when ,; OJt
yenchtown" was so called because at the bank nor could money old field in which was camped the[.chard working, ambitious it is now transferred the town and,boast'that she has never so much as the entire. black population "doea ita :: H '
1 the fact that a colony of French buy an entrance Into'the'social'realm. i tribe of Tallahassee," and the name farmer, but the majority if are perfect- is expressed in other 'forms. The swept a room in her life, and as for tradSn': and from morn till dewey '

.bie' ; were brought over who were The lines of caste were much more I clung to the place, carrying with It, I. IT contented and happy the they and can "landed proprietor" still occupies the earning money! oh fie! To-day there ; eve the streets are 'crowded with a .'f.::
+ cultivate the land included In the closely drawn' then and ,the necessityfor : as the generally accepted meaning, make sufficient to pay rent both of same place in society as of old; he may be found for, sale at one ,of the motly throng arrayed in every conceivable !II
r clothing, .. :
t to LaFayette and who lived forUte '"keeping up appearances, which i the definition "old field." There is I buy provisions and the toils not: much, nor does he spin beet groceries in town, preserves and i color and combination of col '
: has been the financial ruin of so many i the cheapest kinds, during year. but he is getting the earn rental price ]
in that part of the town that' probably an inaccuracy somewhere In Jellies; most tempting in appearance ors. ,' t __
's the name mentioned. Sickness3'e..er homes In these latter' days, did not i this legend and it is suggested that I, Land Is Fertile. for his leased lands that he did thirty and delicious In taste that were prepared : Amusing scraps of conversation ;
invaded their ranks, and exist. I Mrs. LeVert's definition of the'word I The land Is fertile and with proper years ago, although:he gives them -almost no by some o&the fairest and most ;(may sometimes be caught byth : ,
: 'inly' homesickness, also many of Business Method. : Tallahassee, that is "beautiful land" I and intelligent cultivation would pro attention and has"allowed and the nerves- aristocratic fingers to be-met with in paaserby, as witness this: between e ...
till d ed here and the rest, dlsheart. Business methods have:also under i should be accepted and handed down. i duce almost anything that can be to "run out, the aristocratic old town. And' the 1! gray "wooled" old chow and a young I
.ej lv this went back to their gone a- vast Change since that time : The pioneer settlers, the men of Virginia j grown elsewhere in the state, but that center in his pocketbook falling have 08 owner of these aristocratic and use- ; girl "Hone," said the oW darkey. ,: ,
i)1es,) in France. The LaFayette Very little actual money was'in use; and South Carolina and Geor I from long neglect by Us owners, and not felt the thrill He takes any his pleasures ful "fingers still maintains' her position -{| Tiuccomee you ain't never Is maid! < '. _
t was afterwards cut up Into purchases were made oa credit : gia who came down and possessedthe I the kind of, cultivation given It by In his receipts. but of hi society. I JWhut all your* "1 des-cain't find aman
'ar:e and disposed of by the Ameri- throughout the year: and all accounts !. land evidently thought It a "'beau-I the Ignorant and unskilled laborers therefore,The as of, the tan But through the old plantation and to my notion."' was the reply : 'rand ': ,

ant: of the LaFayette family. were settled the first of, January of tiful land." for here they remained,j It has reached a point where Itproduces' different kind. heard horn.on the bin aj slave days have passed away end 'in I the old man shook: his 1ifa'l i as r f '
"'n Edmund} Merchants' bought their to found the order of the landed about one-fourth the er Is no longer Is &o o i
LaFayette visited' Taltitste each year. I proprietor now whist counter may their stead have come the days of he said: "You sit1Te, y t I '
k: he was handsomely enter-. wares on six or even twelve months which, during the years be- I amount that It brought forth in the the bridge home. The'old:' .grubbing fast living and,hor ,j chile, yous too choosltIve." -i
I "td and when his visits, occurred -time" and sold them 'the same nay" tween the early settlement and ,the. old! : days. Besides the failure: to found In every I' '.1

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8RADREl.D REGULATOR 00., Atlanta, According to Information received HERPICIDE I

here yesterday the tug John N. Gilbert -

Capt Sheldon Is to join in the

A PRINCE OF THE search for Standard Oil barge No. 90 yrN
which was lost in the ;ulf by the iY y NN
I tug Astral during the hurricane. The

HOUSE OP NAPOLEON tug Immediately after the storm her, put the : Charming and Deservedly Popular ,# F ;,- 1:!
into Pensacola for repairs to machinery '
which had been strained and I Theatrical Star, writes as follows r .e k z.,,, c
for supplies, and later she proceededinto s r 4

j of the genius of his illustrious kinsman the gulf in sreach of the barge. I "I am'delighted with Ntwbro' Herpicide. It I II just #
Eccentric Career of Charles
r which had he been able to make Now she is to be joined by the what I have been looking for. I find that it not only prevents ; ,, t '. 1;
the use thereof, might have John N. Gilbert, which has sailed I dandruff'\, but that it stops: the hair,from falling out. It Is a a > ', :
| Louis Napoleon Ar- proper his from New Orleans, and the owners most delightful hair dressing, and. no. lad Y'. toilet table. is -' x.Co w, z 'r'. "s
stamped name on history's page. complete without it.", ,... s .r .A.
4Tet, fate ordained otherwise and like hope that the two tugs will be able I (Signed) MILDRED HOLLAND.
chile Murat. many others, he directed: his efforts in to locate the big barge. i .
: It Is believed however by some that I
t the wrong direction and accomplished the barge has been lost.. The British -A woman to be pretty must have pretty hair
nothing. His lineage became his only
i, 1 LACKED STABILITY OF DISPOSITION boast; his memory of days agone his steamer Axmlnster which arrived in There is a subtle charm about beautiful hair ,that '
port a few days after the blow,' reported -
BUT LOVED THE SOUTH only Joachim pleasure.Murat was one of apo.eon's passing through miles of sea lends more to personal adornment_ than all of the skill ;:
between Pensacola and Havana cover of all of the doctors" combined. The hair
AND, WITH HIS BEAUTIFUL marshals and a man of power "beauty
ed with oil. and some think that the
WIFE, LIVED MANY YEARS ON ed Through to the Napoleon's throne of favor Italy he for was he rais-was barge was wrecked and the oil sighted need not be of extraordinary or abnormal length, but

J ESTATE AT TALLAHASSEE. the spouse of the emperor's sister, by from the her master of tie Axminsterwas it must: have that distinctiveness of appearance that t Ma ky"':;; r
; Caroline. He was executed. however On board the barge were nine comes' from intelligent care, and is, the result of perfect \ 5
{ -"First judicial district court of the after Napoleon's downfall. The young:: well .. ,
men, and while they were sup-
| state of Louisiana. To the sheriff of prince was educated in Austria to hair health.
and '
water -
I plied with provisions they
the Parish of East Baton Rouge greet. which country his mother took him The cultured ladies in -yam
: have not a supply on hand to last most every community use ; ,,.
and her four children after the deathof
Whereas due has been
( Lag: proof
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made before the first judicial court of their father. much longer.FOUND : Newbro's Her icide'; and when you see,a head of hair '

1 the state of Louisiana by Bernard Prince Murat came to the United WRECK OF | that glistens with beauty and is radiant with life, it fj' ; t .
States in 1821. Here he found the atmosphere
| Villars and Jean Bte. Dubreuil Villars i ''
< is indication that Newbro's Her Iced M ..
a fairly
Achille Murat Is indebted to them more in harmony with his SLOOP HAZEL;i
sum of $$44,819, and that said tastes, than the etiquette of European j has been used. t k -w, ti '
is on the eve'of leaving the courts and decided to remain for a 5
tat time at least.- Visiting the south he The 'sloop Hazel attached to the i q 3--t
: of Louisiana and is about to
re- '
life saving station, 'was discovered A common cause of dullness of the hair Is the presence ; ; t.
concluded to make it his and
his property out of the said home about half between where the of fine dust and soot. In the streets that Is kept In constant ?a& S'O
before the said debt becomes in Florida he bought a large tract of way | trolley cars, automobiles, etc:. This: fine f < 3
are commanded t' seize and land. He,took up his residence in Tallahassee station stood and Fort 'Pickens on frequently laden with disease germs.-adheres. to the hair and i a" +
you Thursday by the officers of the cutter dulls its natural lumter ,
$ ;a e t ;
.I attach all the property .-rt-a goods of taking out papers of citizen- Penrose sunk in water so deep that A delightful way to cleanse and beautify the hair Is to -y d
the said Murat if any you cat find in ship. It was shortly after this that he the extreme tip of the mast moisten a cloth with Newbros Herpicide and draw it carefully I a T k t.t.*<, a
said ." bought a large sugar and cotton plan only through the hair, taken one small strand at a time. It
parlsh.This above the surface. An anchor be done sc '
tation in East Baton Parish showed may dally or leas often, as desired. +
paragraph Is contained in a Rouge used as a grappling iron, caughtthe "he result of this cleansing process will prove a surprise _
writ against one of the most interesting i from"the Dubreull-Villar famUr.i wreck the vessel was towed not only In the amount of dirt removed. but In the added ;fit a i characters of his day, Prince The act of sale was executed before and : beauty of the hair and the sense of cleanliness and comfort z 4 ?? e= 5
into shallow water. It is expected that follows. ." '. I
Shampooing will also remove this dust, but a P' HC" ; '
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Louis T. Caire a
Charles Louis Napoleon Achille Murat a notary public, Feb. that| it will be raised and sold: at too frequent washing of the hair Is harmful. ; ? a" 'L .ti s '
son of the King of Naples, nephew of 13, 1837. Murat, so the story goes, auction as it is the, intention of the : 4" f =- r4; 5
Napoleon Bonaparte rover bon vivant gave notes taking the property over the Santa Rosa
to supply
department Newbro's Herpicide is'the Original'emedy that
at He harvested p'..
once. the ,
and a one time resident of New crops station with a motor boat In,the near
Orleans says the correspondent of the !pocketed the money and was about to future. !( kills. e, ,dandruff germ." It, eradicates dandruff &.J"
make his adieus to his debtors when _
New This York prince Herald.than whose life story I I the writ, a paragraph from which is and.stPS falling hair. It i is the only real scalp,prophy-

there are few more interesting, once i quoted at the beginning of this narrative fore the restoration of the BonapartesHe lactic in existence. ,A delightful and refreshing hair _11
owned vast estates in East I was served on him. Whether not destined to see the gloryof
sugar was
Baton Rouge Parish and he practiced !or not he was ever arrested is not his name rise again over Europe, dressing:; Stops itching the scalp almost, instantly.AT ) ; ;, ;

law for a time in Exchange alley New I,stated. It is thought that it was about yet his widow was not forgotten by DRUG STORE5-Send' stamps'to THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. "' s ': '
Orleans, when that narrow thoroughfare this time that he opened a law office Louis Napoleon when he became em
> L., Detroit, Mich., for samp'e.! ,x ,frw ge'.
pulsated with activity. It was at I In Exchange Alley. peror. Louis remembered his cousin'Achille's _. F
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the time when that neighborhood was He Loved the South. widow, whom he met in Lon ; '
in the heyday: of its glory. Murat also Though he lacked the stability of don on one of his trips abroad, and he1 SEE: WINDOW DISPLAY.!

'lived for a time in Esplanade avenue disposition ,to hold him to one place, settled an independent fortune upon w FrF ;., .zt
between Bonrfon and Dauphin streets. he seems to have had a preference for her. At' his urgent invitation she was W A: 'Alemberte ,
For some reason, however his life in Florida, and after several trips abroad present is Paris on the occasion of a
r this city remained in obscurity, and and a' change of residence several family reunion where she was re- ,
time has left but faint traces of his times in this country he found himself ceived by the emperor-with honors be- Druggist and Apothecary
memory. It is a fact _nevertheless, gravitating back to the palmettosof fitting her rank. After a short stay at Finaptctoe
that for a short period he did main. Tallahassee Here he met and mar- court she returned to Florida where SPECIAL AGENT.GUAM
tain a law office in Exchange alley, ried his wife, the faithful companion, she lived until her death in 1867. Her t. .
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but pecuniary embarrassments abet- and for'whom he held a strong affec body was laid beside that of the "- .:.7"t.-' : ...-
ed by a roving disposition compelled I tion. It. was in 1826 that he took to prince, her husband. The :inscriptionen I _
him to change his place of abode and the altar the beautiful ;young widow the marble reads: --: -- :.. 4c
t from here he went to his Florida estate Catherine Gray daughter of Colonel Departed This Life HAS THE of Guam on small sheets of paper
Econchattle near Tallahassee. Bird Willis: of Millis HaH Va., and April 18. 1847. that gave no hint of what our little c DRINK BOTTLED
Both tho prince and his wife are grandniece of George Washington. Charles Louis Napoleon Achille brown brothers think of the lengthening .rI rfo
burled in the Episcopal cemetery in Shortly after the death of her first :Murat. LONGEST SUNDAY of their of deprivation. Informa-
that city. Their resting place is I husband she accompanied her father son of tion on this point is eagerly awaited, 0I
marked by two marble shafts In an ob- I to Florida where she met :young Archie The King of Naples for if rebellion should threaten among
ECrre corner of the old burial ground.A Murat. Noted for her grace and andCaroline the vast horde of the descendants of @
Prince in a Republic. beauty, the widow Gray was of rare :Murat BEGINS AT 10:30 SATURDAY good old New Bedford whalers and o 4 0 tJ ,, ::
The story of Prince Achille Murat is .qualities of mind, fit to adorn the gilded Aged 47. aboriginal islanders the navy depart- Q
NIGHT AND HANGS ON TILL ment would have Its hands full. S. Q s ...,
Recalled by Albert Villars, of No 2234 chair of a throne. The hope of the To the MemorY ofPrince
JJonstance street who has in his post prince's" life was to see the Bona- 'C., A. Murat, 6 A. M. MONDAY. Governor Potts issued his ukase in m mO.
/ession the original papers of arrest partes restored to- power, for in that Widow of connection with a new and completeset a
.f the' prince, who was Indebted to restoration he discerned his rising CoL Charles Napoleon Achille :Murat, of liquor laws which fill the great.er 0 0 = Before drinking, see that you B
Villars family for the purchase of he and of the part of six sheets of paper letter
to /jhe sun. Until that time preferred to daughter! late One of Uncle Sam's dominions beyond .
)ugar estates in Baton Rouge Parish be master of his estate in America, Colonel Bird Willis, the sea which is contained with-:I size and are divided into thirty-four 0 the GENUINE. A word
( tor which it Is asserted, no settlement and it was for this reason that the of Virginia; ,_ in ,the perimeter of the island of i titles. On the Sunday established by o get
was ever made. Mm at died intestate pomp of the-old world held forth The monument was erected to the Guam, has a new kind of Sunday according -i the governor and commandant, no
in, exiled prince in a foreign land. It nothing but visions of greatness denied -princess memory by her brother and to a homemade edict of Com liquor is to be sold. The saloon keep.. o .. 0 to the wise is sufficient
i was here in the south that he made him. To hold a throne might sisters. His widow had erected a mandsr T. M. Potts, U. S. N.. governor er who offends is to be fined 200pesos
j his home preferring. to any; other have made him a conspicuous figureIn column over his grave "In perpetual and commandant of the dot in the ($100) for the first offense, and
1 section of the United States over the history of his day; without it memory of her love" Pacific, says the Boston Globe. The 400 pesos ($200) for the second be- Hygeia Bottling Works 0
I which_ h* had traveled extensively. he preferred oblivion. Sunday begins at 10:30 o'clock on sides forfeiting his license to selL ,
Prince Achille Murat was the eld- When the Florida Indian war broke Move to Brent Building.! Saturday night and does not wind up The unfortunate who is found moistening 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 581.
est'son of Joachim of Ausfield &. Brent the architects nowhave until 6 o'clock Monday morning this long period of thirst is
J King Naples, out his martial spirit led him to the on ;
offices In the Brent build ,
103 rooms treated to the some fine as the saloon -
; and of Caroline sister of Napoleon ranks, and' it was not long afterwardthat 212-314 giving a clear Puritanical sweep of ,
w Bonaparte. He was therefore by he was commissioned coloneL He thirty-one and one-half hours. keeper, but apparently he doesnot
lose his license to drink. j
blood, the nephew of the great war- was fond of study particularly scien- GLASS The laws containing this provision I
.4 I nor emperor. His acquaintances said tific subjects. AND GLAZING.E. cutting such a huge chunk off the I Furthermore, no saloon law shall be I H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY
1 called a saloon. The has the'I
r 1 that.In, his mental make-up was some He died In 1847 several years be B. WELLS; 10 E. INTENDENCIA. insular week days reached the port I I dreadful word printed In great big !' 'K

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f saloonkeeper can't pr.nt.lt that way.j, Can fill orders for lumber, sash. doors, window ot tit
He his irrigating parlors
r It's lots of ,satisfaction to, have a whiskey in the a cafe must, buffet or restaurant. It is so I| 'Glass and all material. Jc
nominated in the bond. *
It. In two places in the law the word We won't be able to make 'special work TeY

1. t.. = .. home that you can give in case of sickness to "drank"has chanted.occurs this Some to purist"drunk of," Guam usinga for a few days.: Send your orders. ar

Y pen 'dipped in red ink. Looks likea tttt
1 bad sign for the enforcement of that .

;: any member of your ,family, with absolute con= abnormal and Saharan Sunday.A Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. N

Most Worthy ,Article.
When an article has been on the _ii::. ii,
1 t fidence of its' perfect purity and health=giving market for years and gains friends -
i; I uas every year it is safe to call this BAY ELECTRIC.AND SUPPLY COMPANY .
medicine a worthy one. Such is Bal-
lar q u i1t ties. cures coughs and all Pulmonary representative will' call W T. Bid well. President and Manager' 205 S Bay.: :> ,
diseases. One of the best known merchants I '/
In Mobile, Ala., says:
Rose's Old Rye or Rose's Old:Corn has,had confidence of thousands of families who have used it medicinally "For' five years my family has not street.WASH need have no terrors for yoi ,

for years. It.is shipped into every'- State, and is,universally) endorsed by physicians. ', been owe troubled this to with Ballard'g the winter Horehound coughswe .DAY if you send your washing to

Be certain that you know the quality of whiskey that you use. Don't you realize that it means health: Syrup., I know It has saved 'my chU- > The New Method Laundry,

= For thirty-nine years we have been distilllnourr, whiskey and selling direct to the consumer. During all of dren from many sick spells." PHONE lift E. W. LAWRENCE:_ AGENTS prop.WANTED.Mew *etho Uuadrj Bid} W. Stllil a!

these years_ not one drop,of impure whiskey have'we sold. Our most valuable asset is our reputation, and we put itba.ck Temporary Location.The J st

of sale besides refunding if not : temporary offices of E. E.
every your money, you are Saunders & Co.. and E. E. Saunders t.lc
Four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye or Rose's Old Corn of assorted as you like, sent by express prepaid for $3.40 are now located In the north end of I'

any'address in'the following States: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, or any point on; the Keyser building. SHINGLES FOR ROOF REPAIRING ;

"S Adams or Southern Express lines.

Remit by,Postoffice Express Money. ,Order, New York exchange or send the money by registered mail. Do Phone No. 178 t," We :have all the shingles that you want for I

,.-r not send stamps or personal checks. Is Now Working.Sol / .6.. repairs to your roof at .$1.50 to $:J.W pe't

= We ship orders ,the day received Cahn & Co. ISani'-Pine and cypress. '' t

I ,77 8.4 Pe_ chtrceSt. ESCAMBIA LODGE NO. 15, F. & A. M.. tC tt
w I = Regular communication of Ea-
\ Dose---LlquOr-'Co'mpan'V'' cambia U, F. & A.
Ati t a: Oa.;. A \M.. wffl October be held 15th.Monday at evening 7.JO- Sounders Mill Company, a I'

o'clock. Visiting brethren fra- "

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% 'but;=.we:have some cheaper ,sizes, all colors. Cravanettesare fi
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!a; SHOES. keep out both wind and t :
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before have
you purchase .. .,
: positively that we can fit changed. Our assortment

Jin ;price ,is $3.00, $3.50 comprises all the latest styles. j'i i iJt
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To the Boy or Girl Whose N Thursday Night, The Journal Will !
I i Southern Grown Nursery Stock i"-:I'it 6

r The Boy or Girl Whose For at D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. True atoms. j 't':
i Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one \ : > f
-. So poor I{city; John R. Miller, Brewton. Ala- .
3U BIG VICTORY waves. God: j i''I hams; Stella Touart city; Elmire year Peach, Strawberry, Roses Shade and Orna- | 'l '"1 1

to die, and Bell, city;' Gladys Bell city;. Lucy : mental Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a. '';; ii.
rd --wnich swallow Swaine, city; Ed SwaIne, city; Evie ;
him, and for I Davis, Century, .Fla.; Gladys Vaughn, i., na.me. or money cheerfully refunded. Write for 5 : ;il \
JOURNAL'S days Jonah liv city; Majorie Daw, city; Carey Stewart price list at once. .* 5 :;II =
repented of his Milton, Fla.; Mary V. Boyle, '
ley, city Richard Vogal, Warrington, I "
; C. R. Nurseryman Andalusia
time God caus- Fla.; Walter Jones, "W'arrington, Fla.; Ala t i _
ONLY ONE INCORRECT him up onto Inez! DeLay, city; Viola Koch, city; ..................... ...................o..o.....: # .ttf
r ( Jonah repented Alice Louise Roch, city; Edith Parker .t
s WEEK'S PUZZLES- : went forth to Marianna, Fla.; Clarence Martin <
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city, and 'Marie Christie, whose onlY
- FEW ANSWERS. of Jcnah,and mistake was in number 3. How Our Acme ,Double Flint ffi f
puzzle army A coupon: giving the answer to the !
p out Kith flying puzzles of September 30, was received Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels i,!.;
What a victory this week has beer puzzles. from Gertrude McKeithen, of MIl Is made from the best Wool Felt. i't
scored: by the puzzle army. Every and from Warring ligan, Fla., too late for the puzzle Saturated and coated under a new pro M with Asphalt. r r .'ti i
Is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. '
answer corect except one and this ly returned to contest. of that date. Coated on both aides with.Silicate. ,
one would have: been, had not the lit The a correct an The following' letter was received Resists the action of vapor acids and fire. y y ro( :j ,
tie puzzler forgotten: and said that puzzles, whicl I from Miss Sadie Holson, who acknowledges Not affected by heat or cold. jri"r
Job that Richard of last week's The roofing that never leaks. -I
swallowed :
was the m;* the whale the receipt Easily affixed.: 11 ,
instead of Jonah. Job, she will all right. An i dollar: The experience of twenty years proves It to be the best + .
remember Is the man in the bible whom Puzzle Editor; Dear' Sir:Many: Ready Roofing on the market. : t '
Put In rolls 32 inches wide and 40 feet I inches .
rfilo had such an inexhaustible with: thanks to you for the puzzle dollar.I containing up 108 square feet, wrapped in heavy casing.long .r.. 4- .
amount of patience, and it is strange His an have been working for It a longtime .
that being a man he should have had. : but was not fortunate enough tc APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. r. ,;;
The dollar this week goes to Miss : are very win it until last week. Yours truly. 3Ply, 80 Ibs. 'per roll, complete. ,. it j' .
anette Rosique, 105 Intendencia I will no Sadie Holsen. ;
street I i ( the puzzlers A little note was also received, I 2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, complete. ,
The box of Huylers candy ROCS to .Of I from Preston K. Woodham:) of San 1-Ply, 60 Ibs. per roll, complete.. .
- lI!as Edna V. Riedel. 601 W. Garden. that I Received. ford Ala, in which he announces the _;
Both of these little member of the at I were received I fact'that be had joined the puzzle I Samples and Full Particllars Free. ;f '
y _. Rosique army. He is very welcome, but the Also 3. z and 1-ply. Tarred Roofing Paper, Sheathing and t t+ .1:, '
I ; city; Gus Keat(little man did not understand that Insulating Paper.Carolina .
a Ala.; John his answer to the puzzles must be :
t'n I Holsen city; I written on the coupon which comes Portland, Cement Co, ,l; fl r
- WDS Arthur John with the puzzle in The Journal every Atlanta, Ca. rl 'f :
S Pfeiffer, city;
S S ; Sunday.
; Azalea Pace, J 'f 1 1t
) e a OF city; Lloyd Napoleon Bonapart. t':. .
; Blumer, city; showed, at the battle of Austerlitz, he .
The healthy color of the skin is given Leona Blumer was the greatest Leader in the world. ri .
empuscles in the blood. These are the Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown Mekrioffi
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- trength to all parts of the body-in : the public it is the best Liniment in .rJJ
.. blood. When the.genus"of Malaria get I theworld. A quick cure for Rheumatism j t <
these corpuscles? and rob the blood of its Sprains, Burns Cuts etc. A. C.Pitts' II veritable dragon of lIl.teaJlIl leaves III Its>patJa .:H1
nfg it thin, weak and watery and unable Rodessa, La., says: "I used Bat ease more phyelal iisrtoemer1cens wrecks ban.prola8It anT older ODe d1.. :;.n
strength to resist disease. Then } .1.1I lard's Snow Liniment In my family '0h tgtlimp17becal188trpOo the first IndicationI it";
pale,sallow complexions weak vitality, I and headache find ,it corns unexcelled Jn fact for anything sore chest.that quinine: ,ortL deadly mineral-calemel.xwm( wile :: .;,,
general .
fever how"let that condition of the system can be reached .by a liniment" J either. We: C ely azantee Jm'.an -< > this insidious disease is
)IM h: aria must I* removed from the system I I Phone No. 178 BERDINE irMParmsadtsasmuass.aytaaa
edicIne to accomplish this is S. S. S. It < ..' J
hI pure, unhealthy matter, but rids the s ; Is Now Working.Sol .... l _&6 ot.All...QIe., e.Lrti_.-nil'.- ..l;;' )
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a strong healthy condition. S. S. eai cr.nuvraieeey..4 .
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I She ate theappte-ea did Evei -. I ,>4 Jfa. ?f '2 ;+;jY Z k 3a W 'N2j..K v,b,' :3.'r "h' 5 ., '%.,,r' r.r I
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A little lonely lass. 0 4e' t A 2 i 'Y ; y: r'1E.r :

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She ate the apple, rind and ali l, '

;, So that the Fates could see. JUST!! ARRIVED TWO CAR LOADS. 0F CROCKER'
Y' Although She trusted' she was utterly.so lone. and small I: I ,

The Fate-not always wholly' kind- Semi-Porcelain and Iron Stone China.
Now said among themselves Plain White and Decorated
: "Here Is a darling to our mind;
'Send for the happy elves!"
I .. These goods are of the best quality American ware Inferior 'goods craze and discolor .vnen putlto

II, The happy elves came 'trooping in wae: ; This shipment gives us a complete line of table articles,, plain and fancy shapes to select from.
Ready to run or fly; y.4tt < ; !
And when'she did the charm begin. dq t Ya
They all were standing by. .

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She held the candle up; the flame-
Went flickering to and fro; jy NOTE OUR PRICE LIST ON WHITE WARE. .
j The happy elves wrote out his name '

And drew his face below. PLATES. ... . .'. . .'. 5c each 8-inch DEEP DISHES. . . . ... 15c elh!
1 She kissed the mirror (yes she did; 4 5' 1. IS, )' -
t ; And I know what she said: :iLATES.. . . : ... .... ... ... -5c eachinch DEEP DISHES. . . :.. . 20c e i1
t But won't tell It-heaven forbid!) : "

;' i r And then she went to bed. FLAT DISHES.-.v: . lOc each l .inch DEEP DISHES. .;.. :. . .25c ea
? 1 John Vance Cheney in Delineator.IA .

' HALLOWE'EN+STUNT .3w t,.% d .,,r.W.. : DISHES. . ... .. .,. .15c each FRUIT SAUCERS..i.2- :- .., for
i Hallowe'en "when mischievous : .FIAT DISHES. . . ..'. .25c each 1-quart MILK PITCHERS . . lOc ea
{ spirits go abroad will come on the "

{ last night in October. I t DEEP DISHES.,. . . . .10c each .CUPS AND SAUCERS . .> ... . .5c pai .
t This is a great time for the girls i
I.to tell .their fortunes and find out ..,-.. -. ., -.
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'whom their future husbands are to t _Co.. '. '. .
4 be. and for the boys toplay practical *rd "
jokes upon those who most detest I l 4l I
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out, upon this mystic night, the man '
?3' who will be the "one man" for the I stock of hotel ware will satisfy the most exacting purchaser. Complete in every
future. One way which is said to be
sure, is to walk down the stairs I '.' particular. All sizes of every item.
backward at twelve o'clock at night. .
With! a lighted candle in your hand,
end, still walking backward, go tog
mirror (the mirror in the hall hat- ,
2' rack will do) and peer over your GERSON'SSYJVOVOAfOCS
shoulder; into the glass, when, by the CROCK
ghostly flicker of the candle light the
,face of your future husband will ap Typical Pensacola Palm. / OF QUALITY

pear.Then there is another way to de- I" 1
,dde your fate and this is especially Mollie the leder. had jumped from the wedding of Mr.
'amusIng if the; boy you like pretty the bed and seated herself on a and Miss :Maggie Mae
well finds it out. A crowd of jolly trunk. "Now, girls," she began. O'Brien is a cousin ,
x i girls once gave -hollowe'en party at "Dave has promised to help us out. colm Yonge and also yeawthey taught as prin opening of the club was postponed until ...............- ................ ..$.........0..... Ns
:a university in this slate. The school (Dave was the negro in charge of the friends and respectively, of next Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs.F. .
dining room.) He has promised that cola. have Williams will be the hostess.
:was one having two separate apart- and they ,
ments, for the "higher educationof the plates will be ready to set the -.in St Louis attend- .
one tables and the cakes and all are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. institute there. Miss Hattie Neville, supreme representative FRESH CEREALS JUST 'RECEIVE! 1Z
young women, the other for the i Z
for waiting for us. All we have to do turned and are, at Rothbone Sisters, left last I I.i
same After purpose the "dean"young had men.looked In now is, when the mystic hour of Southern. They will go Friedman has pur night for New Orleans where she will
twelve sounds from the tower clock ing as soon as they Johnson home on Guille- represent the Florida organization
upon bed and the asleep girls and consciousness found them "in to light the candles and walk down home. and has furnished it. this 'week in the supreme lodge. .i There Is nothing better for breakfast or for su> ?

o* duty well done, she retired, little stairs,A shiver backward.of excitement" ran throughthe Mr. and Mrs. H s''r Mr.Leightman Friedman of has Cleve his Follow the crowd-get Blue RibbonLemcnyand per than cereals. This is a food suitable for od t

dreaming that. a hallowe'en party was crowd. "And set the table back to-day for New Orleans. with him, and she will Vanilla. Absolutely pure, ,and .young. Here are some of the leaders: :
in progress.As remain away for several twice far and the Blue Ribbon 1 ,.
ward, said one. "And put the here permanently. go as '' t.! :
the clock struck eleven & girl chairs! up the same way," whispered be registered at the St. i I Flavor perfection.- :Ask'for the'25c 'OatFla&esper. package. . . ; .'.".-. . Ik) j S
in a pink kimono sat up in bed and i Neuman
shook the girl by her side. another. "And then the ghost of Mrs. Harriet :Matthews .Central soliciting of Georgia freight rail- size. Oat Meal, 2 packages for b b b b b , tic t
husband will and
your future appear
melodramitcally\Vkke up traitor, "know, she you whispered not that sit down beside you." is Tenn.the, guest arrived'yesterda7 of her city. 'He is the guest MISS CAWTHON Cracked Wheat, 2 packages for.. . .::; . 25c i
The clock with its chime, H. P. Neuman.
walketh the ghost in of a few your moments future!"husband was on big the magic stroke'silvery of twelve. E.Mrs.Batts Matthews at. 16 expects West .T Berry S and son Randall v WILL OPEN STUDIO. i Buckwheat, per-package. ... , , . . DC j:

The girl by her side giggled. "Say And with aline lighted of candles pretty girls held stood ready their winter. l for Selma, Ala., on a SIiss"Cawthon, who has been study i Pancake:Flour, 2 packages for . . . . .25c J ie
Mel" she replied stifling a yawn, "is over ;. ing in New York for the past season, '
' ehe -the old dragon safe?" left shoulders to make the descent Miss Annie Baars ,,. A has returned to Pensacola for the NEW ARRIVALS. :
She had scarcely finished speaking into the dining room and solve the from a delightful trip City .FlinchClub will re- winter-and will teach voice and piano. Kraut +
f when steps as light as the tread of problem of a future husband. Baars's trip included meetings this week. Dur I Special attention will be given to correct i Sauer Pigs' Feet, Holland Herring and \
hallowe'en fairies were heard, and the But the boys on the other side of cities and points of days of the summer the breathing and tone placement. Spare Ribs. :
F door opened gently to admit about the campus had heard all about It I Germany, Italy Spain the club), decided .to I Miss Cawthon will be assisted by I .. i iliffiIIil
twenty girls in various styles of neglige. and had bribed the negro Dave to tries. She spent some until cooler weather.:Just. Miss Beatrice TTfoite. who will take I .
let them into the dining room at the and came from there they had decided to'pupils in primary piano, elocution
A breathless silence, then smothered right time. The table was set. and I Friday night she 'with an outing on the and 'dramatic art. I n.st Grocery C009 i ii
whispers from all of the crowd- the extra chair: placed by each girl was met at the depot by "to the life saving sta- Studio '386 Brent Building.
for her future husband's approval, ber of friends who gave of: the storm were re- Telephones 1284 Miss Cawthon.
es when In stalked as noiselessly as welcome. day, however and the Telephone 810 Miss White.Journal's M. F. Bowes, Manager. Phone 212 I;
posible, fifteen or twenty cadets i
wrapped In white sheets, and each Mrs. Clarence Jones
SCHOOL All SchoolChildren seated himself: by the girl of his Birmingham. .NN.............N.NF'.DAVIS... ...c..o..tJ. <
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choice. Friday night. Mr. Jones Daily
The result can be better imaginedthan Pensacola for several
Calling at described but it nearly ended decided to move his
seriously for all and many of the reside permanently. JEWELER
girls had to make great promises to Bennett
SHOES Glyen keep from having to pack their little Mrs. H. J. Now *In
Pretty trunks and go home to "mama." But Ave., and her daughter New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St.
Book Corers.The Just the same it was lots of fun. two little sons have r --
trip to Chicago.
The prizes given at the Progress 3L RESUMING WINTER HOURSour
Club euchre party last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. L. :
some time ago for an store will be until 8 o'clock and Saturday
: good, strong, serviceable were a cut. glass fruit bowl which open on
through North and
was won by Mrs. Sam Friedman, anda until 10 o'clock.Coo's.
c kind, are the ones we want cut glass celery dish, captured. by turned home.. Their trip .
to rather an abrupt '
Mrs. Archie Rosenstein. ... :Bools. Store:
I to talk to you about. count of Pensacola's ) ,.
Mr. F. C. Brent and family, have accounts of which New Brent Building. Phone 235.
'The boy who has been rough. moved Into town from their summer Mrs. Davis Immediately. I
home, Brentwood and are now at i
his shoes that's the :Mr. B. S. Bernard ''''
on chapwe their home 108 East Romana street.
Marean, are both

are. after-r-we have the Mr. and 11irs. Ma J. Kahn, are the home suffering from.La r 1
parents of a fine litte son, born Fri- I October W edd liDo
Prof. and Mrs. J. H.
7 '?ery shoe for him, good for day evening. Their friends are h; rtl- the city yesterday en
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F ly congratulating them upon the ad-
1 rough usage, yet genteel in vent of.a son as the other three small I where they will have Q 8
, public school there
not delay longer in
members of the.'family are all d-xngh- placing for engraved
! appearance, made upon sensible ters. I Our fall samples represent the very latest shapes InTitations.1
that have been accepted by refined and fashionable
x lasts | shoes that will give :Miss Reita'Miller the little neice of do follow-we. LEAD In originating artistic
Mrs.Joe Coleman, who has been visit- fine material. Our prices are the lowest Send for samples,
: the toes room enough to wiggle ing here for some time has returnedto which;; will be supplied free of charge. J. P. STEVENS EN:

her home_ in Prattsville, Ala.. Hams White
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Miss Euline Carter, of Repton,.Ala.,
, If you are looking for shoe- has been the guest of her sister Mm.T. ANDBreakfast
J. Butler for the past few days.I ,
goodness for the children, 'our Miss Carter leaves today for Fort

Worth, Texas, where she will enter I ..*****f *tt&TO.ttfr4Ht R"srFkt NM'Y 'tt lht-r.\t.nJl
store is the place to seek. Weave the Polytechnic University.)
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h all styles leathers all Mrs. Sol Cahn, has returned from a
three weeks visit to New Orleans. Decidedly, CLo.CKS. PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSS *

:, sizes, and at prices you wantto Miss,Rome Cahn, who accompaniedher : .% STERLING I
mother to New Orleans, remained is:-Morreil's SILVERWARE,

pay. there to enter Sophie Newcomb Col- ART. POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, j
lege.Mr. : : CUT GLASSWARE.
look. R. J, Owens leaves today for'a .JUICY ,and
Come take ,a short bUiness'trip to Mobile, : :

Buy if t you please. again Captain for T.a L.short Cosgrove visit. Is His at many home w 11 i .Engraving and Fine Stationery. I

I: friends In Pensacola were glad to =
learn that he was at Tampa when the -V- ?
big storm here. Considerable pile apricot: broadcloth 13 soutache' was used for the braiding, .
Sol Calm & the buttons of Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attent o". JI ,
MEYER SHO'E CO. uneasiness was felt concerning his sketch, the trimming being gilt and enamel ,
These cloth blouses will
be much
whereabouts, many fearing that his braiding, lace and velvet -.J" :, f .
ship had been In the path of the bur Th. Pure Food cloth worn with tailor coats and skirts ol 9a
ricane.:: buttons. The was the same material and !Jt Is predicted .
Corner PaUfoi
t FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS O'Brien Southwest each .side of the front to that the washable white blouses I E. .O. ':Zadek Jewelry Go.I o 9J

Father H. has returned to Phone. j4 the open- will be superseded .II many cases by \.4" '. "
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T Ho to 1 with velvet rib of colored .: v MOBILE, ALA.
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- This Department is in charge of Miss Marie Gehrs, one of the celebrated GAGE trimmers. This ( :::1 j

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V: :.a Consisting of all the Latest Styles in L aces' JACKETS, Ladiest CLOAKS, Ladies 'CRAVENETTES, "Ladies' SKIRTS, > : .

.; t. Ladies' WAISTS aces' FURS, in fact, everything for, the Ladies and Children will be found here. Our stock was never ;1 1:1 1 : }

... so large: and complete., In our Dress Goods Department will be found all the Latest Styles in Silk Plaids, Woolen Plaids, L aces' '- T.

J .: Cloths, Ettamines, Voiles, Broadcloths, and all the Latest. Novelties, AT PRICES TO SUIT THE PURSE OF' ALL. "
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:.0t0 ft... .:u.t. "' )+u +M UniverMlist fit paitor. Sunday School at 10 a. WILL LEAVE MONDAYTO '
Y First Unlvenallat Church-Bart m. Preaching; every second and fourth ACCEPT POSITION
14. Chase street Sunday School at 10 a. Sunday at >1 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Miss Ethel Jones, a student of the _
I: Services at the Churches m. Y. P. C. U. 6.30 p. m. All are Prayer me Ung. every Tuesday alp business department of the Pensacola "MAKE THE SPARE ROOM r;:
cordially Invited to attend. at 7:30 o',lock. I Business College will leave oMnday
MethodIst. West Hill Baptist church W. Jack. for :Wesfville, Fla., to acept a book
sA",I>J TTTTTT=".'il"."' 6..!."'. . . . ,. .. _. .......... Pa1&tStreet- Methodist Church ion tree1-ReT.. J. W. Senterflt pas keeping position. Her.friends in 'the i
!wish her'success. EARN MONEY
i Rev. J. Barney Butler pastor.;Regular tor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preach. : '
$ 3 Confessions in the evenings before services at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. .m I fag every first and third Sunday at 11 Cards of Thanks. } .
- .. Sundays,Holy Days of Obligation and Sunday school 9:30 a. m. .J. N. An' a. m. and '7:00 p.: m. Prayer meeting We wish to express our thanks to i
& Ministers are respectfully requested 1 First Fridays from 4 p. m.to 9 p. m. drews superintendent Epworth'I every Sunday 7.p. .m. Mr.Frank Kelley and Mr. Dick Hub- I There'll be lots of visitors here this winter r;: ,
V to notify The Journal Baptism Sundays. at 2 p. m. or by League" :30. p. m. Mr. Butler's } e bard for saving our lives during the recent !
promptly; of any change in the '* appointment ject at the morning service will su.1 Church of Christ. storm and also to the colored citizens and you might just as well furnish up :,
lay v order of services at thelr$0 Lutheran Church. |The Gfeatest Thing in the, World." Church of Christ cor. Jackson and on the hill, who so kindly extended that and make it .: .
r4 gpective churches. Notices for German Lutheran .urch-Rev. J. 'He will deliver, his farewell sermon! Akanlj Streets. Bible school 10a. their hospitality to the 'War extra. room, earn your t
& this column should reach Tha 1<'. W. Reinhardt pastor. Sunday at 7:30 p. m.. I m. Communion service at 11 a. m. rington and WoolsEY: people in distress I. "pocket change." Twenty-five to fifty dollars ;: ,
Journal not later than 6 p. m. School 9 a. m. German service with Gadsden Street Methodist Churcn Preaching at 7:45 p. m. Prayer meetIng will do it handsomely and the earnings
*;. oa Saturday of each week. Holy Communion 10.30: a. m., English Rev. F. A. Rogers, pastor ..Services Wednesday 7:45 p. m. All are cordially Mi KEEFFE and R. LYONS
service 7:30 p. m. I today at 11 a. m. and 7:30.p. m.'conducted .; : Invited. Warrington, Fla. from the rpom; will soon pay for it. .::1
H M Hi-H* iI-N-" Special collection relief of membersof by the pastor. Sunday school e e I .
church who suffered in the storm. 9'30: a. m. J..B. Tiller Supt.. Epworth. Y.M.C.AT" NOTICE. -
The order of servicus at the various Church meeting at close of service. League 6:30 p. m.Powelton The Pensacola, Electric Company haveremoved BU'NOW.PAYLATER.:
td office Sato
:M. C. Assoclatloa building. temporary rooms {
churches in and near Pensacola today All voting membersrequested: to at Circuit ;
I Rev. J.W. Breed 329 Brent, buildIng. .
open from 3 to 6 p.m.; song service 3:30: '..
1 1I will ,be as follows: love pastor. Geo. H. Hicks.assistant c1a.ss' W. LEADLET.
Catholic. tend.Norwegian Seamen's Church-Rev. First Sunday Powelton 11,'a.,'m., and p. m.; Bible .4 .p. m. I Manager
St. Michael's Church: (During tae John Helle pastor. Services 10:30 a. 7pm. First Church of Christ. Scientist: ------ V
winter months services will be as" follows m. Holy communion 7.30 p. m. Al] First Sunday, Pine Forrest 3:30 p. First Church of Ctrtit. Sdnt t- FROM'COLLEGE, TO MARSTON & QUINA ,
: First Mass 7 a. m.; Children's Scandinavians cordially. invited. m. Services at Peasacola Library at 11 a.. A GOOD POSITION I
Mass 9 a. m.; High Mass 10:30 a. m. Second Sunday Muscogee 11 a. m., today.
Vespers, Rosary and Benediction, 4 p. Episcopal. and 7pm. I m. Mr. Ernmett :Waters who for the 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla t>'
m. Baptisms at 2 p. mSt Christ Church-Rev. P, H Whaley Second Sunday, Lathram's Chapele SeCond Church of Christ, paust three months has been attending :i
Joseph's Church-Low Mass and D. D., Rector. Early morning servicat 11a.mand7p. '- Second Church of Christ Scientist Scientist. the Pensacola Business Collegehas .. ..................................>...1..6. i 1.,
instruction 7 a. m. Sunday schoolat 7:30 o'clock; Sunday= school 9:45a. : Third Sunday Brent, 11 a. m. .f Services every Sunday morning at 11 I accepted a bookkeeping position i
9 a. m. High :Mass and instruc- m.; Morning 'Service 11 a. m.; Third Sunday Warrington., 7:30 p. rfclock) ,. Wednesday afternoons' 6 with the Swift &: Co. this city. ..................... ;
tion 10 a. m. Vespers Rosary and Evening.Servlce'7:30 p. m. m. o'clock. Reading room open daily Mr. 'Waters Is bright.' industrious .
| Benediction of the Blessed Sacra SL Katharine's-Cervantes and Da- Fourth Sunday Escambia 11;a. n.; from 10 a. m. to.3 p."OIL, where Christian I young man and his many friends pre t
/ ment at 4 p m. Mass during the via street Rev. Andrew Sharpe.. S. and 7 pm I Science literature may be held ,diet for him a bright future.Pensanx .
week is at 7:30 a. m. except Monday T. B.. rector., Sunday services 7:30 Room 6. Masonic Temple. I -- NCOALAND J
=s I and Friday when it will be offered at and 11 a. m., and 4 p. m. Sunday Presbyterian.First WOOD ,
8 a. m. school 9:30 a. m. Weekday service on First Christian Church. *
Duringdvent., Lent and the Wednesday and,Friday at 5 p. m. Presbyterian Church-Rev.:1 First Christian church 43 E.Gregory _
i months of May and October holy St. John's Church. Warrtngton. S. Sibley pastor 'Pirfeaching street .Sunday school t tit
mass is offered at 8 a m. on week Rev. A. T. Sharpe, priest in charge..11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday'choorl :
H. J. Mackey SuptState
et days. Services every Sunday at 7.30 p. m. 9:30.: m.a. m., Christian Endeavor
Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave;I sermons at'11 a. m., and 7:30 p,m. where in the ity.Ve' can supply you in any quantity !:: '

nue Mission at 3:30: p. ml C,F. Zf k I Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. andour service is always prompt. Steam and do- j
superintendent. All are co aUy' In- ,ml:. .All cordially Invited. i t
Coal and. Ice for Sale Winter and Summer. Tlted. ', WILL, EMBARK; IN mestic coal. Wood cut any size. '{?,F t''
Get before placing orders.._ We Baptist E/G.
our prices your ;
:Mr..,.A- S. Edwards, of Argyle Fla-,I : ,SEWALL
sell Jellico, Galloway and Alabama best lump coal First Baptist, Church-Rer. Thos.:M. who has just graduated from the business .
We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery pastor. Sunday school 9S9 department of the Pensacola I : Street '
a m. Judge E. D. Beggs supt. Preach left for 26-North Tarragona i
College yesterday / .
' system. Our price for ice on platform at:factory is ,ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and T'SO' Business Fla., caber he -will embarkIn *
Glendale .
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p. m. :Morning Phones 614 and 363.
subject :
Phone 232. : "Fighting for himself. The young t
25 cents per hundred. pounds pr over. Giants." Evening business Workman-of the Yorld. meets oa .:
: "A Domestic :
I IIt Tragedy." man made many friends during his the first and ,third Friday evenings t ".).
tI all of whom uniteIn
The Ice Company stay In the city
Moore The morning sermon win''espec wishing him success. In each month at 7:30 o'clock at the :
:> and Manresa Streets ally for children. All are 1 cordially old armory ball 281-2 S. Palafox -- i
Garden ,
Factory, Comer invited. street visiting brethren cordially in. .
; I P. O..Box, 422. Phone 232 East Hill Baptist Church 11th Ave: AND GLASS GLAZING. TitecL R.TWIDR. $ Scribe.'f If you like The',Journal, tell your neighbor ; :!
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". 'w .: J--J J'B FORBESDepartment ".. .Appreciating the approach of cold weather, we added
Cool! nights. coming now Better think over .the .. ., :1. to our line of'"winter" comforts in various sizes, ,

g Blanket question. We have 4he' line, that pleases-and: : '" '.. ; and figures It. was foresight combined with .
the truth of \ weights
"values? well, an examination \ViIl'pr9ve our : '
Store choice of the most _servicable grades-that makes the 1
his best blanket' value offer '.. ., our
assertion that is the we ever As'usual
the line is
value possible. in
offered complete
No pods but that light A : i
made. heavy:soggy g fluffy, '
warm, protective kind- A tender:spot in.. the financial anatomy is anticipation of your-every want- 1

5, 89c to $10 the Pair. the :_ from :$1.00 to $3.50 each.
purse. : '
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T a glorious bargain day Monday will be! What- a spectacular -.siKhto- see this store

> its immense stock of goods, bright in e newness, all useful, and serviceable

chandise. For Bargain Day, Monday, ':will be in point of fact goods bought in New York,mer-I

great market of.the world, and rushed here under" special ,orders that this. store- The

Store, might be first to offer.latest goods for fall trade. Are you a judge of.quality--of bargains?

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.'- '\ Men's { Ladies' and Children's. Ladies'i Waists. Men's :

Fall and Winter Suits. Knit( Underwear' ; ,SILKS-The style and snap season's to be best found, productions in the most, up-to-date stylish waists with % 'Fleece-l-I inn d Underwear.
K Jrall "what shall I wear' question is answered here.
VESTS, PANTS, UNION SUITS., $z.sO to 10. A bargain for the men. Let all who need heed. True fleece-
z Best in cloth qualify-not a suit. that is not PLAIDS-A very recent announcement of these lined .garments of the warmth-producing kind;, and there are
Perfect-fitting to wear well-comfortlvtngr. Underclothing .goods brought buyers by the, score and selling was brisk, of
-here from the world's best makers 8 for the ,these is 'still opportunity for elegant selection .
1 and course. But. !
all wool 1-we 11-cut-to hand perfectly t.wllh .
Forbes Store. The great growing depa.r e assortment to ,those who call, early 1d nday. 200 SUITS
of the best procurable-bid you cone and get your 1.00 2A0.
$ to $
reliable suits
fit com f.t a bl y.: Handsome, Underwear needs supplied with ease and;comfort We are ON SALE.
ALLOVER-It. Is desirable-almost necessary-that.
insistent on having-sizes and shapes correct-prices right-the LACE
at lady's wardrebe contain at least one lace-all-over waist. .
sort that of
tempt. Thinking buying new underwear union i
I suit perhaps? These that we offer are ,Indeed beauties. You'11 appreciatethen every garment mad to fit-to wear. Here is an opportunity
Buyable: 'at for economy and satisfaction. Consider the price. A suit of a ,
$1 0 to $1 7.50 25c to $1.50 thegarment.; K00 to $15.00. ,
S1 .OO value for 75c.Ladies' .
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Misses'i and Men's Shoes.FOR .' ..

The shoe. that wins-built The virtues that constitute After a careful l canvass of CHEVIOTS,. SERGES SERGES, Of nnVENETIANS. :

t on graceful and very nUyart: and comfort, grace, fit, the Shoe situation. we c'l1.1e.: CASHMERES.; ,..50c CHEVIOTS.C Ol.UU

last; madea beautiful style,,,all.of which, are: found to the conclusion-which we''

soft leather ,in calf, tan or- in this Shoe. Perfect and dependable found right! -tKat the Shoe PARTICULAR SILKS ,FOR PARTICULAR, PEOPLE. :

t; patent. The, Shoe to appreciate in every way. Wear that satisfied absolutely was A chance: for clever One very unique assortment The height of perfec:

the the.- in selection =' of Silks in tion i in
the. : bargains proper :- ,design and qual I

Kuppendorf-Dittman.' ALLEN. HEYWARD.: t I from our Silks strength of design and ity-plain or .fancy,

at. '- 50c quality . .f .75C choice at . . .$1.00

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r 7, Expected that Operations to! begin It is on not the known station, just but when it is work the.will evident IZED OCTOBER ''10. A ...........................................'!.................................................................... ...y.-N. I: PIANOS i
1"I I intention of the Marine Hospital
f this End ,Will, Commence I Service to get the station in service, Special to Tf";. Journal I ORGANS
Carrabelle, Fla, Oct. 13.Themare
I with The_least possible 3elay.( : i
riage of Miss May Bsrmce Parltn. of I f
at an Early I The Clutter Music House is still in
178 this city, and Mr. Joan E. Graves, Of. *
Phone No.
Apalachicola was solemnized in the the grasp of the carpenters and brick .
Date. I Ii Is Now Working. church of the Ascension the 10th, at I layers. They are putting in one of
4 Co 8:30 p. m:, Bishop Weed'of Jacksonville the finest up-to-date, pressed brick
i Sol Cahn &
officiating. if ; fronts in the city-The- Clutter Music
BUILDINGS WILL PROBABLY BE! The church was :decorated with House occupies one of the largest
palms and ferns The ush!rs were Dr.. buildings in the city being two stories
ERECTED ON THE CRIB INSTEAD! I BLUff SPRINGS J'J'Soeclal F. P. Ferris and S. E. Teague, of Apa, high 42 feet wide and 112 feet deep- .
b : y07nrYi. It's the largest exclusive
lachicola Miss Kate Moon of Tallahassee -' G piano house :
1 OF ISLAND PROPER AND WILL! and A. P. Bickett,'of Tarpon 1; Florida,,Alabama or Georgia. t
SEV-ERAL FEET HIGHER!I Springs, Miss Fannie Porter of Apa-: Until the front of the store is fin .
BE lachicola and Mr. C. O. Parlin, brother: 4, : ; 'fry ished our entrance will be just south "
i THAN THOSE DESTROYED. Bluff Springs,to Oct The'13.-A Journal of the bride. The maid of honor. Miss x Ac xr of store between The Music House
protracted Alice Parlin was followed by the 'and Pyle's Jewelry Store.
?3 J. S. Raymond inspector In charge Hill meeting Baptl3tchureh'commenced at Pleasant bride, Waning on the arm of her father xa .Z Watch for notice in the paper of I
,quarantine buildings of the United Thursday night.Miss General C. H. Parlin. -They were Big -Bargain Sale-of Pianos.
States Marine Hospital Service is in, front, a'plea.3ant Filhngrim visit has with returned met at the altar by the groom, accompanied 1 We are still selling Victor and Edi- .
.3 the city and yesterday in, company;!her bro'her, Mr. John FiUingrim, in' by the best man Judge W. J. con Records and machines-on easy .
ylth Dr. White and several others,'Atmore.'Ala.. :" Owen i payments. :
visited the ruins of the station on Masses Lsila Fairchild and The wedding march was rendered THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,
Banta Rosa island for the purpose of Avery, teachers "Inschool; No.9 Agnes, attended by Miss Edna Allen, of Bainbridge' Z 112 and 114 S. Palafox St. 'i'
making an official inspection upon Georgia. .
the teachers''meeting: held at .
? which he will base recommendationsto Roberts on, Friday. Prof.. :Maddox After the ceremony a rer! tion ... -...........N.......... N
the proper authorities with a view also attended..' I was held at the residence: of tie
i to having the buildings reconstructed I Mrs. .Genie Jernlgan, of Milton, bride's parents where everybody I 3, N
during the winter months. spent several days here this week ,seemed. to be delighted. y 1
f The only_house at the station that is' with her father Mr. Cowart who con-J The happy couple left on,the 11:30 I w .r. '
jtill standing is the one formerly occupied tinues in bad health. Mr. Cowart is traIn for an extended trip north and'
by Dr. White and that is in such quite an old gentleman and not much east, and will make their home, in :
condition that it will have to be torn: hope for. his recovery is entertained.Mr. Apalachicola upon their, r tuiD.' C '
flown. Pour rooms remain of the '- Albert Davis has. the
seven house formerly occupied by Mr,: agency,jot the L. & N. at this place. :
Stearns, but they are so badly wreck. He and his wife are with his parents, TO PREACH FAREWELL SERMON- :
ed to be of no use. .. WM.JOHNSON
as Mr and JMrs. Stanord Davis. (Rev. J. Barney Butler, who, is to & SON'SUP
definite could be
While nothing ascertained Roddie
Mr. Davis has: gone to Pen- leave oMnday for Kentucky will oc
"relative to the recommendations sacola for a cupy the pulpit at the Palafox Mstho-!
that will be made by Mr. Raymond
Miss Etta Taylor and lima Davis
dist church at both the morning and!
it is the .general impression' spent' last Sunday In Pensacola with Evening Services.At TOWN STORE !
that he will favor the construction of relatives and trends: the evening service Mr. Butler ,
stailon'on the crib Instead of Mr. W.. A:
the new ; Knapp former railroad will deliver his tarewell
oa the Island proper and that the agent left Tuesday morning for Pen.
buildings will be at least ten feet ,sacola.! I Small Fire Yesterday.A BUILDING( 9-11(( PAIAFOX STREET
above high water mark. Had they 'Mr.' Mac ilcCasklll of Nora, is a small blaze cCfurrsJ yesterdayon .
been thai high during the' recent visitor in our town to-day. East Intendencia street the blaze
1: storm it is not believed that they 'Mr. JV A,.' Gilmore Vas in Mobileone being on the roof of a cottage in the MIILLINERY! i
would have been seriously damaged day this week. rear of Marshal Schad's residence
as'the! damage was principally caused Mr. and Mrs, Cox well are occupy A fey shingles were. burned b:tore,
by'water in connection with the wind. ing,the Walker residence. the blaze wag extinguished.kt .. I Our Mrs. Russell is preparing for an open- i

EDNA EARLIE .LINDON. I ing in a few, days. Our line is complete i

"Thorns and Orange' Blissoms l,!ss"Edna Earlie L'ndon, who plays I in :every respect. We have everything in
I/ I which cccaes here next Tuesday for Ue role cf Violet Beaton the perse- the 1
I one night is from the pen of Lem B. cuted wife, originated the part when Millinery'l.ne.. ,Mrs. Russell is an artistis
II I Parker a dramatization of Bertha! M.Clay's .lit I ,was first produced In stock at the j designing Hats_ No two alike.
Always :
.1 famous novel f.the same j 1,People's Theatre In Chicago. J I
name, and of the many novels which I''lot The players engaged i In the support | ready for your inspection, a complete line I
have been dramatized "T' orns and Miss linden are all exceptionally
.YZ Orange Blossoms" easily holds its I good-, each and every one of whom of ReadY -Wear Hats.
0-*1 *n point of chosen i
popularity. vas with respect to their abil Wait
ii e play is pure in sentiment and tty to play the parts assigned them. and watch for our Grand Millinery
p e throughout which there is woven a Opening. 1
bt dep vein of heart interest together U.: C. V. TO MEET .
with many bright comedy lines. A
Tie scenes- of the play are laid in RICHMONDMobile i
SEALEO AChJtSEY SL: Philips hotel cn the Mediterranean. Oct., .-Adjutant General
fVR 1'ouR. The drawing room at Rycers- W. E. Mickle makes the official announcement :;
FYd Sa PROTECTIOft well, the family_estates of Lord Randolph of the !
:seventeenth j .WM.JQHNSON SON
annual *
yBEb1 E pF T ft E S QO s the mission in London show. reunion J of United Confederate: I

.. ing the snowstorm at night} and thecottage Veterans at Richmond, Va.. May 301
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".". 'OFFICE-- : ; WORKS: Norfolk viu Oct.. 13.-A well- More money has been made in the fr i. :

* | Alcanlz and Gregory Streets.- "' ".. Tarragona and 'Brainard Sts. known the British British Medical physician Journal writing tells to of Real Estate in the one city of New :' ij, :

t..t. Pore 367, ED ,B. BANKS, Supt. I a remarkable case of imaginary disease been, made out of all the gold mines :

j t.' that was cured; by an Imaginary, The history of all the LEADING '-
: 'Il1..u.ut operation.
a U..1 J tr. );t f The case came under the' opera- as New York in a less degree. '!
tion of Mr. Richelot. surgeon in the \
becoming one of the LEADING '
Cochin Hospital, Paris who told of j!
............. ..... ....... ........................... county Hons. I. Withers and T. B. it to a number: his colleagues. A peats itself, and the history: of i'; ri' ;
Lanier, as well as with those fast peasant- woman, who claimed she hada
is in Pensacola.
estate being repeated F FS
1 I Editors and Politicians i friends and royal good fellows, Phil lizard In her stomach inquired if : ; f:
Isaacs, -Humphries, Editors Harris it could be removed. She affirmed :
at Okeechobee and Bittlnger of Ocala, Sheriff that the reptile: hadtenanted her : !
f Tippin! of Lee Frank Alderman Dr. body for two score years'and that it The- opportunity is here Some will ; f.r l:
i Brecht and others worthy of the had kept from her the food Intendedfor :
Punta Gorda Herald.
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her nourishment. a careful
: highest praise for the pleasure they
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The River the woman was suffering : :
From .the.Tiew. point- ol pleasure. shown its attractions, its fine drives,' way.The There weather were was pleasant no mosquitoes all the, relieve hallucination hereby and an-Imaginary he determined operation to 'of 4 what they might ,have, done' if they ,,11 j ,
the excursion to Lake Okeechobeelast and In.
orange groves residences I 'In 'laparotomy. When she came .(
week was an unqualified success.As eluding Thos. A. Edison's, winter sanddies'or, ,bugs of any kind. eitheron from under the 1 Influence of the anesthetic to back their judgment j : ; : '
'Is known it was given by the Fort home and laboratory. board or. ,ashore. Going up and he showed her a live lizard '. : : t .
Meyers Board of Trade and the peopie For supper the guests were served coming down we saw many fine that he had procured for the purpose e\
of Lee county to the state officials with a regular, up-to-date banquet but orange groves beautiful homes extensive and the poor woman was overjoyed. : h.
members of congress, and of the without toasts or speeches which' fields of sugar cane and thriv- She began immediately to take on Approximately $1,000,000.00!> worth Street.'i l ((
Saw G. D. Floweree'afamous
legislature and to the editors of the was given in honor of Gov. Broward. : ing villages. flesh and was soon apparently per under construction in Pensacola $ L '
of 500 whose I f
state papers. The chief object was I Some of the editors, not being accustomed grove acres fectly well again. 1
to afford ocular demonstration of the' to such princely diet came crop of fruit when only four years ThIs story suggests a parallel incident I expended on the sewerage contract- : f ,I t ,
need of drainage"for the Oaloosahat- agar making, themselves sick by eat old sold for 15000. The boat was that was'reported from Lynn- be expended during the coming winter i fit
minutes this I :
chee valley and this object was' fully ing too much and thereby ,made thirty passing grove. haven Bay near the site of the James {
accomplished, for,all the guests after themselves the, victims of much jok !At ,every place the party was given town Exposition Hampton :Roads I in the city. Extraordinary ;, "
seeing the situation and the local conditions ing. . I the most cordial reception especiallyat near"Norfolk, Va. An oysterman, became '. made at the Navy Yard, and the t It
agreed that the valley'of this Crowd With Broward. Alva where the people possibly possessed the idea that an I I t
beautiful river and the property of 200 in number had decorated the oyster was growing: in his stomach.He of the Bay. New street ear lines and ; ::,
After the feast, a splendid brass houses and forest trees with flags said It immense: and that it
the people along its shore are in imperative I' contemplated in the near future. t j i ti;
band the way with rausic to the and banners of welcome and nad almost filled that Important organ of ,1
need protection inflict from courthouse, which was packed to spread a feast which in quantity and digestion. He amId feel the bivalve ALL! We don't intend to tell it all, ; :
periodic overflows which great ;
i overflowing with people assembledto for 500 and closet*its shell and
quality was sufficient princes. open swore the and ride with the :
of terri on
wide extent get
damage upon a i wagon
hear the governor speak. His After a short speech by the governor that the thing; didn't leave him ,
tory.: speech was about- three hours long and a brief coruscation of oratoryby enough food teV keep. him alive. sacola Real Estate, kindly remember I. :
A detailed report of the excursion of lasting until the electric lights went Judge Syd. Carter, of Gainesville But what troubled him more than the subject. f .:
within the limits
isimpracticable out and it was given the closest at- the visitors were escorted to the load the "presence"of-that- giant oyster ;. ;
this paper but a satisfactory under tention. It was:very evident that the ed tables and treated to a repast-that in his Interior was that he felt cer- ,
standing of It may be had from the audience was: in >full sympathy with arpused the greatest ,enthusiasm and tain ,it -ontained a pearl .fabulous ;

following, : 250 Invited.Of the erful governor argument who interspersed made a really so posy to caused guests of the appetites exhibition of by astonishing'many of the ca 1f went izfi and on and priceless the oyster value grew: As the time afflicted I We Invite All Interested to Call.and 1 ::1: U.

250. Invited guests 'only about speak with & great deal of ad cap-' pacity., On, leaving '"three cheers' man's,-vanity waxed fat.apace ,
sixty-five were present Most of tandum kind of,talk.-- He did not say' and a tiger" were given for the noble, and, being assured that he/was a mil
these'went down 'on the noon train much about the proposed drainage hospitable'people of Alva. lionaire by virtue- of the Jewel con- -
Monday 17th Inst, the remainder ar- amendment; what he did say aboutit rived in Fort Myers that night at was not satisfactory to this writer. ,From here up to L8.ke-Hic-hpochee, egotistically of hIs Insufferable viscera--he to became his assocrate so
1030. Those arriving in the day But his whole speech was greatly ap- the current of the river Is very"swift. that theyThreatened to him
time were met at the train by a reception plauded.At there being a fail in this distance ,of to an asylum fer the insane.oend -Pensacola I I!
committee headed by Hon.Philip 7 o'clock Tuesday morning the 21 feet. In many places owing to This alarmed '-him and after a few :
Isaacs editor of the Press and party Ieft"'onj the upriver trip. Gov. abrupt bends navigation 1 Is-' difficult days he disappeared, going no one ,
president of the board of trade and Broward with a number of editors and tedious. If these bends were cut knew whither but after a few months : :.
were taken to the new Bradford hotel and others; went up on the steamer through and the river straightened returned to Norfolk and Informed his '
managed by I..A. 'Philips where they Edison .Capt Nlck' Almeda. The navigation would be facilitated and friends that he had entirely recovered 3
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were royally entertained and' fed like ,rest of us., which included ye Her the water would, run .9f1 faster, and< from"oyateritts;. whatever the No. N.-Palafox t? ,
princes. It Is but the simple truthto aid man, were guests aboard the the floods not stand so long on the disease might be called and that a ,
say that lnv appointments! accommodations -, Suwannee, Capt. Duprey. The guests groves and;farms.-All along the.rl' er CaffldenYNew: Jersey doctor had -, '
table fare, service' and 'were assigned by, lot too these boats from Olga .apto' Fort Thompson 'OIl', brought...,."abou *the<. cure .Actoordmg. : ': Ii it. ..1
general management, the Bradford: and it was a happy coincidence that both-sides* there were water,- narks' "to'bla'.pott'jfh '4eeor hid ',given .t
proved Itself equal to many of the those most, congenial to each other on .the' trees' showing that, during hfm.'sometMjlffi to dissolve the oyster '" tf d.' ,
large tourist hotels In'the big cities were thrown .together. '"The governor the .recent'-floodsj-the; vater: had!: slfel)," and .thisdone, theentire .obstruction -
and at northern resorts. had his staunchest friends with him stood from four to six feet'deeI was moved .fey an' emetic.As MOSQUITOES A
After dinner the guests were takenin on ,the Edison, while this scribe was the orange groves and 'fields: : to the peart'lie was's' JTy to i }
carriages and driven about the placed In the highly agreeable company : :"We reached"the rapids and rocks relate, that the medicine administer F.
beautiful city of Fort Myers and I of his ,old friends ,from Lake at ljX>rt Thompson at- sunset and,.It : ed to dissolve":the oyster shell had ARE USEFUL 3 3r'
'required careful steering to get' doubtless, also, destroyed the pearl.
through. Then at the entrance to He "regretted .the 'loSs of his wealth ({JT' '
but' was glad .'to be'able to eat a
i Lake ;Flirt, we struck; a field .of .hyacinths square' meal and.. keep It all for.himself ACCORDING TO NEW YORK MAN tr
white came.'near stalling ourboat.
After breaking .through1? this' THEY MAKE FINE CHICKEN 4' ,
barrier we came to' the Disston canal I ATTRACTS z
leading out of Lake Hickpochee.Pas- I sonvllle gentleman and his Tampa accomplices FEED.
Ing up this'canal. we entered;the.lake are,' 'solely "responsible, After"centuries of being considered l' l
: about' 9 p., m.,and anchored for the though a large majority of the visitors only a pest, mosquitoes have at last ATTENTION i1:
uiDRj night. ,- being especial admirers of GOT been discovered to be useful membersof '
Lake Okeechobee.' ,. BBro' card, voted for- their adoption. the lower kingdom says a writerin WRFTEUSATLANTA. tf
Next morning we crossed the lake This resolution:business' was the only the Washington Post They make
and passed'throUgh a,three-mile canal thing that caused the lightest Inter. good chicken food., It has remainedfor
into the O&eechobee/where'l'we': .spent roption" to great"pleasure of the William A. Woodbury of 150 Fifth z ,
about an hour steaming around -and trip; 'The returning excursionists avenue, New Yorkto, disclose this Im
then started on the return' trip. reached Fort Myers at nightfall portant'fact.
Every one was impressed with ,the Wednesday; and, after a. sumptuous Mr.:Woodbury Is tEe man who gain-
11r vastness of '.the. area of submerged supper: at the Bradford attended by ed notoriety a year ago by offeringa
lands which was apparent on all Invitation a meeting of the board of reward of $1,000 for a married man ., '
sides from the decks of the boats trade'ln; the hotel "lobby.' Here those that.could,prove that he was perfectly f
stretching as far as the eye'could reach resolutions came' up again.They contented The reward was never
and'it was generally agreed that the and-Ihe mlhutegrot the nesting which paid. 1 i-
J3cert proposition to 'drain' these lands 'is adopted 'them''yrere-read 'and formal MrWoodbury has a summer homeon
perfectly feasible: ".The cost'and the ly'approved.. Various, visitors' were Oak' Island, Just across the water ?
benefits to/:be derived by the! peopleat called on for-speeches"-and, : most of from Long Branch; Long Island. :
large was a subject tor' debate. them" respondedwery'happily'and, won "While I was .a sworn enemy at 1 -
On arriving at Fort'' Denaud. a; great'appltuse., first" said Mr. Woodbury to a reporter
Tampa: newspaperman, instigated by Position of Humphries.Hon. yesterday now know that mos- '
Steve Melton a' fish"monger,of Jacksonville Joss H. Humphries,..of;Braden- qnitoeswererent' here for some good. V.
,- ; abetted by HoI Kobert MOTamee, of their-poSition as being opposed .
f' Tampa tried to get 'the visitors to to the drainage amendment "There Is nothing In the world that
-5-- adopt'some''resolutlons which.he hau, but not to drainage per se, and that ducks and chickens thrive on so muchas
I preparedostensibly for the purpose; they were heartily In'favor of something they do on flies and mosquitoes. I1
TEMPERANCEAND of thanking the people of Fort, Myers being done to protect.the property *We' all know that flies and other T
I and Lee county for. their princely entertainment .of the people of'the Caloosa jal- Insects' are attracted by' light. Well :
I but In reality so worded ley from overflows Senator 'Hum.phrles one night I set up a net with a large
NOURISHMENT as to, be an endorsement toto of stated that he would favor'an opening and a brilliant light at th- i
the governor's drainage schemes and, appropriation for this purpose by the small end. The result was astonlsn- "
A I the drainage amendment. There was legislature and the Herald man cordially Ing. The next morning the net was f "'.. '
are the cardinalfeatures of Gerst beer. It a "kick" by Senator Jackson of Citrus endorsed the' Idea. Then Hel filled with mosquitoes flies and bugsof ; .

is so light in alcohol ((31-2 per cent.) that it county and others which caused'the ton, the "smart Aleck" from Jacksonville different varieties. Other nets .:
Tampa scribe to remodel the resolu- made a very uncalled for and were set up in the salt marshes. Very
is,truly a temperance drink. On the other tions so as to apparently eliminatethe unjustified insinuation,, which Mr. soon there was noticeable diminu- 1 '

hand! it is so heavy jn.J malt extract; that it objections and he again, present Humphries Justy resented, and the tion of m08quito s.and we could sleep .
ed them when the party reached': Alra. -> pleasure of the occasion! was thus undisturbed. .
is like liquid food In its'effect upon the blood,. A meeting of the visitors was calLed marred. ButGor.. Broward arose and "During the summer I have succeeded
muscles and nerves. and held on the shore and the with a few wlse and 'kind words restored In catching about a ton of mosqui 1 .
resolutions were formally adopted. the peace. The speech mat- toes. What I propose to do Is to organize .0"i
_The water is purity itself. it quenches thirst, II The Herald man attended the.meeting leg lasted till 11 p. BL, when the a company. lake the mosquitoes i
refreshes you and washes away the waste1 of. the' ; but as he did not ,feel sure of meeting adjourned.The pour: "corn mealier shorts over
system. In fact, you need Gerst'beer.. It .is a I what was coming he considered him-- visitors slept at the Bradford them anti grind them"up with oyster ;
nourishing temperance beverage, good for I self a spectator and did sot'vote at breakfasted there Thursday morningand and clam shells that, are thrown out
pure, I all, not even for Senator Jackson for left for their homes on the 7 from the summer hotels. There Is no
you in every way. chairman. That, night at the big o'clock train. Every one felt that he more excellent chicken.or duct food.
'meeting In the hotel lobby at Fort had been amply repaid for the time "In this jlmpie mannerI, expect to ,__ l1
WITH ..AIEJlLSIT HOME this most delightful excursion obtain enough food for a large hen t
DRWK IT Myers, he was called on for a speech devoted to GA 'ItE
I and availed himself of the opportunity and that too much praise can- Deny all winter and materially cheapen ,
AND CALL FOR!IT JtT,JiLL RESORTS Island docks and .
!to extend his thanks minus politics not be given to ,the enterprising generous the price of Long
; :to those princely people for the royal and noble people of Fort My broiled chickens.-while ridding the resort f3E JT PPEQ I
the WM. GERST B.REWING ,CQV' / : entertainment which they had pro* ers and Lee county lot having devised of the old-time pests. j' R6 raN ,
NASHVILLETENN..- M A ,vided.. an entertainment so fruitful of Mr. Woodbury said he had submitted v PLANT CO U'a
Information combined. his scheme to .a number of
Lee Count and
exonerated. pleasure
PETER BELL, WhplesaleDealeri None of the Port/ Myers or LeeCounty Every one who went on this trip w wealthy Lone Island residents and it
henceforth. a loyal friend that they will back him In .the new
people had anything to do'witb.: now and -.w_ r''t
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x The recent storm so damaged my store-building that it will have to be ,extensively repaired and partially .rebuilt, .and a large part

r of my stock must be, moved before the work of rebuilding'bqgins. A small portion 'of the stock was also slightly i damaged, and in viewof

these facts, this great 25 and 15 per cent reduction sale i is offered. : The. sale includes everything, but the- following will partly 1

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AGED. 25 Per Cent. Off. Stetson Soft Stiff
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.' This great sale means that
*, ; $3.50 Hat for . .$2.95
x None of my superb line of There IS very little d .

in stock but as far you can now,get. a fine new, Alison's, Special, Soft orStiff
Clothing v.as.daJI.1age: ,aged amH. 0; A NSON ,
$3.00 Hat for. 2.55
the least, but it will :nevertheless = goes this .means- undamaged and strictly perfect -: ,
Other makes $1.35
all go at a discount of A $1.00 suit of Under- ,

= 15 per cent. from the regular wear for . .'. 75c ,,' to $2, now for $1.20

price. This is your opporA' ,$2.25 pair of Shoes '1, -- ,to. . . . $1.70

tunity to clothe up for the 'all- go . . . .$1.69 :;;' ,, $10.00 Suit for.. ..-. .$'.8.50 .

winter. And all other water-dam C. ash ClothierCor. $12.00 Suit for '.. ;. .,! 10.20. SHOES. 1

aged stock in proportion- .. -: .' This is the chance of a lifer ,

.t NEW GOODS ALSO GO. 25 pe cent off. .: :r : $15.00 Suit for ., .. 12.75 time to buy Shoes-you'll J

-r This sale includes not only SHIRTS AND FURNISH- Or you can buy. a == need them this winter. Look 1

stock INGS. at the discounts: r
everything up to ,
$16 $27.50 K
the time of the'storm, but $1.00 Monarch.for . 85c uppen- A $1.50 Shoe for . .$1.27 ;

also the big consignments of '5Cc Princely for . 42c heimer Suit for from A $2.00 Shoe for . 1.70 ;

New Goods, which were on $1.50 Cluett for. .1.25 i" j' A $2.25 Shoe for . 1.90 t
"} ." $13.60 to. .. . .$23.35
their way here and have arHosIery' Neckwear, Suspenders A $2.50 Shoe for .. 2.12 s

rived! and been unpacked. and every item of r' i'i I'a f O'X" an d' M'a I n. $10 to $27.50'Cravanette A $3.00 Shoe for . 2.55 ;

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since the storm. These will furnishings go duringthis .' .
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all go at the 15 per cent. dis- sale for 15 per cent. off. :; "A $4.00 Shoe for '. . 3.40

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Gadfield.: Ner. Oct. 13.-Staggerfnsap for you?-la' about half way down the stories of ,men driven -crazy by the the temperature The ground over, waters of 'the little stream heavily Caught In a Sandstorm. the Furnace Creek, yet there was absolutely
the trail from the heart of the pit .valley' on the east sjde. Over back loneliness of Death Valley and which I was beglnntngtotra0el sloped" charged with the saline as they were, "Then suddenly, out of the wes nothing familiar about it-
if Death Valley, '430 feet below the of these Funeral Mountains: there is a ed at them. Now I know they laugh-I upward; I was leaving the'marsh and, had laved my feet, there came a flimsy veil which rolledin not, even anything that I recognized.
sea level, to a lonely ranch house on I pace! called Greenwater. One blade real very reaL as I rose from that;dreadful pit hope *t. rose unsteadily walked with, a over the great basin like a fog. Into It, however, by: some magic
the' rim cf the hottest pace! In any of grass grew there once and they "As I walked my feet sank, came back to me. They say, hope' stagger; felt S, dizzy that I Immediately But it waau'tfog.. I knew what it fate I staggered. 1 seemed to hear
desert In the world. H. W. Manton of i called It Greenwater. It was from yielding borax dust. I did not perspire dies hard, and surely mind did,, for 'sat down again plump into the was-a sandstorm one,of those terri voices If I stopped the voices: stop
s Rhyolite, told a story of awful suffering :th',s place. that r plunged down into ; I could not. The great heat with its coming I pushed on, renewed stream: I dreaded to leave the cool ble American slmoons that sometimes ped with me, but as soon as I took
a few days aso wh'ci; rivals in Furnace Creek then out across the. drank up all perspiration before it IP-ength'i.n my legs; a longing in.my tag;waters: I determined that I would sweep the Colorado and Mojave des- up the trail I heard them again. Presnetly .
Its sheer terrors any c* the tales f big borax marsh, and back lost on had time to collect on the ,skin. To heart for life quite different from: .that not until night Then I ate my lit.' erts. they became reaL I did hear
the Inquisition. Then he read his foot, alone. When I first came back sweat would have been the greatest hopeless:. don't-care spirit which had tle lunch still intact because it was "I tell to my kneeS: No living thing voices. I was sure I did. I starfd
obituary In a local paper. they didn't believe me,. but some of I pleasure, for then even the hot wind pervaded me when I was 'in the mid.. tied to 'my belt, My canteen I 'had could stand before that blast from the to run. I felL Then I crawled on
For half a week: Manta was lost the fellows: at' the Furnace Creel would have Cloled'me" a bit by' its die of the pit thrown away, and now I regretted It mouth of hell. Hot as living flame my hands and knees. They tell me
In the heart of Death: Valley. In three backtracked: me, and now they know evaporation. Pools of brackish,water "By this time I could neither talk exceedingly; as I,could have filled the it seemed to sear my face. _Into my I traveled so for all of two miles; thatI
days he tramped e'ghtj-fire miles that I did. rose out of the marsh In little hum- nor sing My tongue was pressing precious! tin receptacle with the fluid chapped lips Jt drove the fine parti- could not have heard the voices of
over sands so hot that he could "I left Greenwater," he 'continued. mocks where once had been hotspringS hard against my teeth,,and I- suppose now :running to"waste in the sands cles of its burden until'they beganto my rescuers at that distance. But 1
scarcely walk over them, though shod "the first part of the week, on foot and at sight of these" I- drank the pain served to keep me awake. and it would have proved a mighty bleed afresh. 'did It, anyhow. '
with heavy shoes intending to inspect the mines of the the more from my canteen. Presently I entered,a canyon,of some help to me on my weary way back. '"Stronger and yet more strong I I "And then I came to a gate in Ifence.
During thane three: days he had no Furnace Creek Extens'on Capper "Telescope peak rises sheer 10,000 kind-I. could feel, rather food and but one chance to get a Company on the opposite 8'.de of feet into the colorless sky; Just from the waIlS of the mountain closing in deny occurred to m'e' that the night of sand It bore. I could scarcely I remember passing through the gale
drink cf water. When he came to the Death Valley, from the mouth of. the the rim 'of Death Valley,:and directly around me. .. before had been unbearably dark. If breathe. Oat of my. hands I made still on my hands and knees and tlzl::
Furnace! Creek Ranch, core dead creek and plainly marked en my map. back of the properties on which I'wa: ,Melody of RJlnrdog Water."And : I were to cross .the pit, then it !behooved a little scoop buried it In the'sand of a band of dogs came running out "
than alive, his! tongue was swollen tc "I went down Furnace Creek to the to make my report :WIth'this' my ._' \ then, all at once, so softly that me toget on the move, lest the floor of Death Valley, plunged my bark at me. Doubtless I must haft
ranch! a size fiat his mouth could no Furnace Creek Ranch, stopped there eye I held as straight a course 'as 1 I thought at first;:tat I had reallj I be' caught in the dark and irmoca face into the shelter so formed, and been a sorry looking object BT
longer contain:: Iu iris 1 lps and eje- for a chat with Lee,. who was cuttinghis could for the' gaunt peak."More gone :mad, as so.many had' done before bly) lost before the sun should rise. there I lay while the-sand silent relentless those cowboys didn't think so. The>
lids; were crated open: h's clothingwas alfalfa, little thinking I should and more as plodded ,on. .-me,: I heard, the trickle of run stretch 'of such desert as is Death Implacable, whiled round me. knew Just what to do, and they dd
In tatters and his shoes were I wander back before the end of the I wanted to sit dawn, to sing.to shout ning water. I started to run toward Valley is'.an immense' waste once you "For fully two hours I lay thus it instantly. I could not,talk, I coutr
coated with a heavy incrustation of I week, more' dead than alive Then to do something to oreak the terrible it. I staggered and feel headlong; are lost in it, trackless treeless my feet to the wind my face pointing not stand alone. But today I am a'
borax and other alkalis, which had I as afternoon'began to wane, I went on monotony of the white world that cutting,Three gashes' In my face and without a landmark to guide the help down the valley. ,Then, as suddenly: well as ever, though I can assure you
eaten great holss In the leather. I down the canyon and camped at the seemed claiming me for, :Jts own. hands. Then the, flow of blood, I.sup. less, wanderer on h's way. I as the storm came it passed and that never again will I attempt tc;
Water Burned Like Fire. I mouth of the gorge about two miles Gradually the water disappeared from pose roused me and 1 tried;to get np: "Ia-an instant I was on my feet, hung an Impenetrable curtain between cross Death Valley In midsummer,
d At first he could not drink: and tho back from Deat Valley, and just :my canteen. My will power.:was leaving But my .strength;was about gone. I cool,collected: revived by the appall- myself and my destination. :(Not with a train of camels woa'fl! 1
touch of water was like fire to hi where the last vestige of water disappears -: me; I; could no .longer 'restrain could reach my hands: and knees but ing fact that.here I was forty blistering Time was precious. Into the sand- try it again."New York Herald.
parched Ups and tongue. Kind heart- 'from the bed of Furnace i from the round nozzle and then. all a1 I no further.' And on ,my hands and miles from human being, .,and storm I plunged again and In five
ed ranchmen and miners forced the Creek. i ol.Ce. when I lifted the precious canto kness, cut and scarred: as you .see foodless, with the; prospect of night minutes was as completely lost as I .
precious fluid Into his mouth with a "The heatlw'thin the gorge was I my lips, the water was. gone. A I them; by the Jagged lava rocks ofJhecanypn' being upon me before could be halfway I had been the night before, with the .... .A AAAAAAAAAAAAAA T TTTTTTY.T I
draw, with a spoon any way to get terrific. My pocket thermometer read i bare drop remained and this I sucked I crept In the direction of :'acroSs the pit i(I added hindrance that I had no water >
him revived! And eventually bespoke ninety-nine degrees at that late hourin up ravenously. Inexorably the sun that sound. It seemed as if I would "If-ssaked all .my clothes In' water and< that the, fine sand seemed blown ThoGeng
telling the stranze story of his the day! I tore aw trouble aheadas demanded water."I I never, reach It' again ad, again but the heat dr wthe' right through me. ,On and on I stag
crossing the dreadful pit; of hOw he I did not know the country aheadof knelt beside one of the potholes "I,may/ have crawled. an hour,.may water from. them almost as. soon gered. I must have gone in a direc-
k had wandered therein for many days me :and I determined to take the I I I have mentioned. I. bent my: face to I hap five minutes.I do'npt know but as I could lift myself from the pool tion almost at right angles to the one
with no companion save the lizard back track and secure a guide as ; Its rim. I almost .drank. Then yearscf I,what I do, know 's that .in that last by the spring to which: .had wander I should have talon. for when J ne I
; ; and the snakes of the barren Bands. soon a$' I rose the next morning. Laid: j. desert training for a 'brief timeas, interval}, wfth"the'f rtr.. d.o of ttai od. ,I Ay down: on my' side in the': emerged from the hanging pall of
T:' i His story, as he told It to a St. Louis, out in the soft sand however, with 1 I serted themselves' and I saw the I life- -glving'stream :rfnging in. my ears. water until .that side had ,bepomfhoroughly *- ', dust darkness had; fallen, but by the
Globe-Democrat, correspond. a fen the last gargle ef' the stream in my I(I death that lurked in 'the ,treacherous ,: I. differed' all tI'e'10rLttrcs of tic: soaked,, then I raised myslf :I dim light of the stars I could 'see
days after his almost fatal trip, Is as ears. I slept so SDundly: and whenawoke i t I pits, a death more rr'61th an one: I,'damned: What;I'had passed"through and turned ,over but as fast as I neither Telescope grak. whosa base I"'Article !
d follows: the, sun was ,sh'niag! so ,beautifully of .th'rst-a slow, lln e 'ing-:end in all in.the,bottom of.the pt ,was nothing the)under, side soaked the top s'de i; I had left, nor: the mouth of Furnace
"Death Valley is About get'enty-fiv on all the mountain peaks I.1 the tortures of arsenic! poisoning" 1 compared: to it.. dried.: New; as .I look back at, theprocess Creek canyon tonrdVh'ch I was:
c miles lone by from five to twenty+fivc around, that I was! determ ned to rose and ran, as as I ran I got out o' 'and then all.:at pace, I felt'daznj.- it,seems Immensely funny Journeying. THAT'S
miles wide; for the greater part t I push,on walls 'the day was yetyo'.lng'I'I. the belt of arsenic springs', one of the I san.benei'thhmy 1 haalx." In another ,JcfUthen it did not seem sok -How I. passed. that night no ,man, j;
this area the land is below sea level. Terrible accidents! of. fate which I ,think saved. I II dragging of my body its own length "Eyent a'ly I gave np the ,scheme not even mrs1f.can. ever know
It is, In short, the bed of a ,long dead The; valley at this point atta'nsits I my life I along the bed of the canyon 4 cam 'and struck out I ,felt pretty strong Without water, without food: lost in I
sea lying between the ranges of the. greatest widtabout. twenty "In ,two hours after I'had drafnet I on a t'ny rivuot.'grt' :the"morning :by this time, and the twenty miles the heart of Death Valley I wandered i P1EL BROS.
panamints and the Funeral Mountains miles. At noon I was something like I my canteen my tongtie-began'to swell saw tba1 it wan; scarcely: an ,Inch deep .across the ,valley; to the shade of the I in what I strove t? keep In a straight
ti on the west and on the east a third of the way cross. I left my In threa hours I could'scarcely $ee 11',but there: that night h'd the lon?l* Funeral Mountains did not seem very line.' I did tot find the borax flat
respectively, of the sink. blanket and all but a'very light lunch the tall peak ahead. But I ploddedon hills o*.Death Valley jUav,face dQwn. :..far_' but the soft sand and the sharp lava
+ "In this sink there is no water save I under 'the shade cf) a greasewood I lost, to the sense:of'direction: save; ',in the trickling stream: and .thought : "F>e nil's: j walked down the boulders st'cking through were even 1 REAL GERMANILAGERBEER
at' two springs-Mesquite wells and shrub\,Jn the bed of the canyon, so that as the sun sank; 1 followed. it i it the finest conch I/ever rested on. slope, not following my back tracks worse to walk, on. pefore morniiTg
t the Bennett wells both on the west that t' was traveling light But by and, fortunately it led'straight. In the Into fie {wet sand ,J r}>n?Fs side of the valley and situated abouta noon my' canteen became oppressively direction. I wished to go: i Tics.. and then. br t>n? r.-tt.o.lr. stpinrekindnesses : aad, less torn laden route-and my where the rocks. finished.,the job begun
third of the valley's length from heavy. More and more freely 1 "As I walked I must have passed <: cf Providence! I fell asleep .feet began fcj hurt terribly tI was by the lava. -
each end.. The' bottom of the valley idrank from it; the heat was terrific' over the last, sad camping place of i j,lying on my side Jn tha.,water. How" 'tat ,a trifle 'afternoon and the heat "Araln my ,tongue began 'to swell: ,
Is one vast borax marsh. The heal Far and :wide on-either. sIde of me the band of Mormon emigrant for" long I slept I;ct- course have :no :teas' terrific, .even greater I beleve! I could not even ting:' to myself, which
in this pit, which, walled in by lava, glistened mile-on mile of snow-whIte whoe pitiful! end ;,the valley was *!t'! means of.Tccowlnr hat when I awoke than'' tie d,y before I did when I cane: out of the sand. TRY IT!
mountains becomes a veritable caul borax crystals.!. I was alone in the named, yet I )knew nothing it, 'dldi j'I the ann was pouring over th* wall,of _Not a_ iv a* thing anywhere In storm. All night I wandered
f droix in summer, is seldom below 120 great pit. Heat waves rose in visible not even note the pile '; f 'wooden I I the canyon in bright rays which falL sight, beleve_ .I would have wel Men who followed my tracks but thus.J ONLY '15c A BOTTLE
the months from the lines from the earth on all sides cf remnants of their wagons'}the I!I ,
dagrees"dming huge lug full on my los -eies: awakened ;co'aed the sight or the :mnd of a little wow from tbc'edeof' "1
$ end of May until the beginning of m*. Iron 't:'res. the neck-yokes: whtcfc.: 11 j I rne. rattleanake. eo.deathly quit was tho declared I wa dalirfousIremember tneV $1.50 PER DOZEN.
and frequently\ rises to "An inexpressible ,sense of .. have been told, still He thera round "The ,
September oppresslon. I swelling: In mv tongne had desert wprldL: I had no canteen :no little or nothing of, the--nIght-
136 Tb sun draws the moisture' came over me. I have traveledfar the scene of their "end"Suddenly 1 i gene:: down i: my lipy and evel'ds were" 'water ,of. any sort gave what J had that my onlyambKisnwastokeepon.sara
from a'man's body faster than he can on other deserts inspecting mines night came down. There bit lei drank.'all I
t i a .sore, ,yet I could scarcely\ could compel my stomachto Doubless It 'was well for me that I
drink water to i1PPy1t. from early manhood; but'neveI' I has is no twilight in Death Valley;; It':is I open. m, 'eyes.',: I tried to whistled hold before I left the. spring I did so."And. .Morris eisser
Ka' Oreusome Nomenclature. such aiterrible:-vague ,fear seized me. daylight then It is dark, with. none 'of 'was the most excruciating I eVfe'tt had.no:thought! "of searching for the :when mornlnr'ltned Teas ann ,
TorwKe Greek In the Funeral It seemed that I was being crushed that mysterious halt light .wh1cft'.ln.tervenes Then J' raised\ myself on my '-mine f I,had come to sse. I was too distinctly remember seeing
1 Mountains, on the edge of Death Val.leTIsn't slowly down, down, by an invisible Jn other parts 'of 'the-world.. feet .My shoes were covered with' :a'i hungry: .a uf tired, and, I am afraid a directly before me the month yawning of 12 W. Zarngossl S1 f
that a combination Of names noiseless monster., ,I had heard the 'Wfeth the night came. -a slight,'drop Ji'I thin incrustation? .of borax, where the!big'frightened. I e canyon. .It .was the :gorge of a

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