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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 16, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. IX NO. 248.
pENSACOLA FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNINGOCTOBER 161906. PRICE! CENTS -
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Coast of Central fiGHT O OVER[A T THE Ifis' Georgia Home-Body Sent to 'I American Army Officers Restraining City ,From Interfering f: '


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SEAR\ BLUE FIELDS By Associated Press. ,when he died. an Advisory CapacityBy I : '
little Rock, Ark. Oct. 15.-Rev. Mr. Jones arose from his berth in ;
Sam P. Jones, tha well-known evangelist I the sleeper at about five o'clock this BILL OF COMPLAINT ;.t i i"j

of Cartersville, Ga., Led early morning, complainng: cf sickness at '
and f FORTUNE E' to-day of heart failure In the sleeping the stomach. He drank 'a glass of Associated Press. with the various departments until :/' .
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Little Corn Islands c-r of a Rock Island Railroad: train J I hot water and immediately collapsed. Havana, Oct. 15.-Governor Magoon I it was possible to appoint. Cubans to
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I I near Perry Ark. Mr. Jones had been I[: Rev. Walter Kolcomb, who has been to-day received the acting heads! of I cabinet positions. '
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Swept Bare. 1 conduc Ing a -\:ccessful revival at ;i I associated wIth: :Mr. Jons for several the various government departments i' Governor Magoon said to-day he had Ownership Question ::1
Oklahoma Cty: and left there last years took the dying man in his arms and informed,.them that he would seen nothing to indicate that the liberal -
Brought to Sudden! and Mysterious -night for his Georgia home where he_I I and in a few minutes the. evangelist soon appoint! American army officers leaders were insincere in their in Detail' ,'if .,.:
CN MAINLAND STORM DAMAGEWAS I desired to attend a family reunion. on i breathed his last I to act in an advisory capacity with I action and only seeking office. He L1"lH:-
Ending in Phil- Tuesday, bxing the fift--ninth. anaL I The' body was embalmed and sent I them." Major Ladd and Col Crowder added that representations made to- ---- '.
CONFINED TO PATH THIRTY I versary of h'g birth. Mrs Jones and I to Cartersvllle this afternoon, where will act in such capacity immediately day regarding the rebel soldiers had STATED UPON REUABLE AU- f ':f
Yester their! two daughters were with him interment will be had. and Colonel BlacK has been selected been without foundation. The governor ,
MILES WIDE. IN WHICH adelphia I for the public works department. said he had no expectation that THORITY THAT OTHER SUITS d ,
The explained that these congress would re-assemble until a
CROPS WERE DESTROYED":' I day. I! officers governor would keep him in close touch I general election was held. WJLL BE INSTITUTED WITHOUT :fi! .-

TOWN OF RAMA, COSTA RICA, AMERICANS[ N ARE'THE [ Eurs mi I DELAY-CITY MAKING PREPA )1'i,:, .. '

BADLY DAMAGED.By J By Associated:! -Press. Hutchids and RATIONS TO FIGHT THE CASES :f'-:
t Philadelphia, Oct. 13:;.-A fight between Supt. Capt.
Vcacen TO A FINISH. :;
two over the distribution -
Associated: : Press.ew : of sixty million dollars! left by thc Broadbent to Select Site { "
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\ Orleans, Oct. 15.- One million late William Weightman: ,the chemist [ JORLD'ScHrbqP1cIiIs U UNVEILED'N [ ATHARRISBURG T ',.i it

;c c dfs damage. !n.cu.dng.h,3! ; partial was abruptly halted, to-day by the production I I \' Mayor Chas. H. Bliss and the City t.
litl.tio:! of a town was done by a of a small piece of note paper, ,of Pensacola were restrained yester- :I; : f fi
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I icane on the coast of Central turned yellow! with -age What the Supt. W. A. Hutchins and Capt. portions cf,the island had been carried i day afternoon by Court Commission- k:
AH. rica: whch: is reported in a brief ppper} contained was not made public. Root. B'-oadbent:: of the Life Saving away at that point and.recommendinga I.er Ooeton from interfering with Mrs. f t.
t,', !less' message received here. It Js.oted The halt in the proceedings; was mad site about a mile to the westward.The Barbara Tfcpe; in the possession and ; : f i
received
Service telegram
.( to-day that there is no prob- at the suggestion of counsel for Mrs. yesterday a department has now authorizedthe occupancy of property along the east aft '
a.loss of life. Jones 'Wister_who was.sc.t'ng! as guar- from the department, constituting superintendent and captain to ern waterfront the court commissionI tier -; .
ac hurricane appeared centraln dian for her daughter jIartha. a con them a commission to select a new select the site, which will be done at I granting an injunction In the afternoon !p: f fI
tr Bluefields on the east coast of testant. The beneficiaries predict: that I site for the life saving station to be once. in order that work upon the new after hearing the arguments ll'!.{ !l
: '; raaga. It swept in,from the sea, the case is ended forever Captured: Sixth Game From Marble Shaft and Fountain erected by the service to replace the building can commence. I of attorneys. ,: ;
S; ung Little and Great Corn islands William Wightman first made a will old one. Scperintendent Hutchins recently Supt. Hutchins was also notified yesterday This is some of the property that t i.
.r.:ch *era swept bare of vegetation leaving the estate equally between Nationals by Score Erected to Memory of advised the department at of the fact that wagons for the has been in question during the past \ : (.
,JM the topography even altered by Annie \Mghtman Walker, a daughter, Washington that: it was inadvisable to large lifesaving boats and equipment I few days and which the city prevent- ti t-' .
waves.' and his tv o sens' Ten years later an- ,of 8 to 3 Sunday.By M. D. Delaweiler. have the station located in the former had been shipp, and would reach i and any rebuilding upon, the mayor r.{ -
On the mainland the storm:: damage other will left the entire estate to the place owing to the fact that large here _at an early date: 'I with the street force removing fences I:..: :
daughter, the sons .hnvtng.died leav- and which had j r '
*; confined mostly to a path thirty ; portions of buildings :
Lies wideC In "Wh ch the banana: and in eilit: children. The widow of Wil- I :been erected, and warning the former t '.! ;
net crops were destroyed and liam Wightman married Jones Wister Associated r ess. f Harrisburg. Pa., Oct. 15.-A marble S occupants that if further attemptswere i'
Standard Controls
the Two
an ations bown'down.! and she contests the will"on behalf of Chicago Oct. 13; .-The Chicago club shaft and fountain erected by the made at: rebuilding they would ;, !I '
Rama, forty 'rniesfrom! BlueSelds her daughter, Martha, on, the ground of the American Baseball League is Ord r of Elks throughout the United be arrested '
and Port Limon. Costa. Rica, Suffered that he left a codicil in which he provided -' the champion of the world. By winning States in memory of Meade D. Dela- Ohio Oil Yesterday Avery & Avery, counsel L 'I "
-i-eat damageIDLERS. for the grandchildren. The sud- Sunday's game, 8 to 3, against. weller, of Harrisburg was unveiled Big Companies for Mrs. Pape, filed a complaint in 'J f ;
den halt caused rumors 'of' compro--1 the local club of the National League here to-day, the anniversary of Mr. ;the circuit court. and at the same : 'i .4
ms:: but this is denied by the attor- the Americans earned the right to Delaweiler's birth. The principal address -- i time petitioned that a 'Writ of injunction J '
MUST nejs. I float the world's championship pennant -: was delivered by Judge Jerome By Associated Press. Jersey after taking an "immunity issue restraining the city from ,
as well as the pennant of the B. Fisher, of Jamestown, N. Y. 'whose Findlay, j Ohio, Oct.. 15.-That the bath" testified freely regarding the 'I further interfering with the petitioner .. : f r.
American League, to ride to the subject was "An estimate of Dela- Standard Oil Company, of New :Jersey business and connections of the com in the possession of the property. t r. ,," J
\\'ORIOR MOVEBy \ AFTER HEAD OFMUTUAL grounds next season in carriages and I eiler, the man and the Elk." of the stock of pany. Other directors also gave in Court Commssioner Coston heard the { ; '
owns a majority
to haveVorld's Champions" let The statue was unveiled by MT"Delaweilcr's formation.It arguments of the attorneys in the af + !'I I
& tered on the blankets worn by their I two little sons, after the Buckeye Pipe One Co. of Ohio, was announced this afternoon ternoon commencing at 3 o'clock. .! ; ',;
-- LIFEBy horses. The game was the sixth of. which it was turned over to Mayor and the Ohio Oil' Company, was testified by the attorney for the prosecutionthat City Attorney Jones represented the '
Associated Press. the series and the fourth victory for. Gross and by him to the. park commis- to by directors of these companies the state would conclude its city in the litigation, and Avery & -.. i J"' ".
The Mobile Item says: the Americans. I slon- in the trial here to-day of the Stand- case tomorrow This came after Avery appeared for the complainant. ; "
,< -The crusade of the police department Associated Press.ew Score by Innings. The memorial consiss.of an elaborate ard Oil: Co of Ohio, for alleged. conspiracy Judge Banker ha. refused to admit I After hearing the arguments, the .
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against the army of idlers win York,. Oct. 13.-Tne, Tribune (Americans ......34000001 4 *--3 I marble structure, ia'front of which against trade., evidence to show 'that an agent of court commissioner granted a temporary '. t :
have infested says: 'that word: reached: here last I ...... .'is life. bronze elk. Both front restraining order, which
the city for years is / {Nationals .1 0001000 1-3 a size John OBriea a director and super- the Standard had offered and paid I
Laving most gratifying effect in the night that a warrant be sworn out Summaryy Left on bases Americans I and rear are marble seats and in intendent of the Buckeye, who also bates to a local grocer for re-I I Tents the cIty from interfering pre'I, 'I
opinion of those capatle: of judging. for President Pe b::>dy's arrest on a I 9, Nationals 9. Two base'.hits-! front is a life-size bust of Mr. Dela- owns stock in the Standard of New its oiL ther until it can substantiate its : ;
for the past three weeks negroes and charge of "coercion of agents" when Schulte, Davis, Donohue, Overall,,I weBer: On the sides are ornamental I to the property In question. I I )
white men who cculd not give satisfactory the Mutual Life's president visits Evers. Hits-Off Brown 8; off Overall -: drinking fountains and from the cen- I Petition of Complainant. f J
accounts of their movementsLa Frankfort tomorrow. Coercion is a 6., Sacrifice hits-Sheckard, Jones.!, ter a large marble shaft, thirty-five I, The petition of the complainant I '
been chased to the police stationand criminal offense in the Blue Grass I Stolen base-Rohe. Double plays'. feet high. is capped by a massive mari Ccmmissioners Strike Names setting forth the facts in thecase, .S ffJ ,
docketed on tie long .char e. state and many Kentuckans! are I Davis to Donohue. Struck out-By:i ble balL There ,are also. two large ,as follows: : rt ,?1 t
They are being held for loitering and thoroughly aroused, especially over Overall 3, by White 2, Bases on balls:i bronze urns on each side of the shaft From List To the Honorable Frances B. Carter, ; .,
the thread-bare Colonel Biscoe Hindsman's dismissalIt I Mr. Delaweiler of the leading Registration judge of the circuit court of Escam- '
defensa so often put -Off Brown 1, off Overall 2, off White j I was one I
up by negroes and others arrested under is expla'ced that :Mr. Peabodywill 4. Hit by pitched ball-Chance. Time:: : men of the order. At the time of bia county, state of Florida, in i
these conditicns-thlt! : they are appear before CommissionerPruitt hour and 55 minutes. Umpires'II his death in June, 1901, he was exalted chancery sitting: __ b
in the stats- uaroara rape ana ..1"V.. rape, ner '-I p
Frankfort house. ruler of Harrisburg lodge, and
working for so and so on the fruit 1-1 and Johnstone. A special meeting of the Board of an dthe Ne -s. qi'-
It is believed sevsral of the managers i I president of the board of directors of i husband, both of whom are over 21 j
wharves-stands them no good now attendance was 19,249, making! County Commissioners! was held last ; The commss-oners then received '
Judge Clarka don't take that old who: have resigned recently or have I total attendance for the series 89846 ,-i the Elks' Home at Bedford City, Va. night. Chairman Avery presding! and ; the registration bookg from Supervis- years of age, of and the city of Pensacola.this l.in l.\ I
said ,
state county bring 9
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including Colonel
song any more. If the arrested been d smi sed : The Andrews itor of M. J. Scott
person rec ipts Sunday were $20- Commissioners Wiggins, Sennott -; Registration W. 11
their 'I'
bill of complaint against Charles
Hindsman. F. 0.' of Detroit, i
cannot show through responsible Page 861, and the total for the six garnet and Stewart present. The ; and began revising the same, striking H.
BIas 21 of of said
over 1
persons that he is really engaged in Herbert N. Fall of th's city. and E. O 'was $103540 Of this amount the meeting was for the purpose of revising i from them all those who had expired, city of Pensacola.years and The age City of !
some kind of pursuit! its to the city Sutton of Massachusetts wilj attend players' share Is $33,401 The American -BASEBALL THE the registration books .of the: moved from the county, or moved Into Pensacola a municipal corporation of ; .
prison for him or leave the city. the hearing. League team with twenty-one county, as required by law, and for I other precincts. This work will the state of Florida: :fB'
WIthin the past three weeks more members will receive 25051.53; the the transaction of other business not be completed until to-day. A list And thereupon your orator and ora- {:
than a hundred have been arrested National's share for nineteen men IsS3S.17. Before taking up the registration is made of all the names stricken trix complain : ';:
and say
anj the docket shows each day that SHOT FOR TAKINGANOTHER'S $ books the com lloners: approvedthe from the list and these will be pub- L That your oratrii, Barbara I .:;
tho! e unable to show a clean record I SUBJECT OfI bond of Cheater L. Shine as notary lished, in order to give those whose Pape, is the owner, in fee simple, of I t -
mil other marks cf desirable citizenship WIFE public and ordered the namesof names are published an opportunityof the west twelve ((12) feet of ]lots I, :.
are given the privilege of leave those stricken from the registrationlist appearing before the board and eleven (11) and twenty-seven ((27) f ': -
1n? the city or going to jail. published in both The Journal making explanation. .
200 MEN BURIED I and all of lots ten (10) and "
By Associated--P-ess. i six (26) and the east ((10) twent1't",;
I SERMONS lot nine ((9), and the east ten ((10) j :f
Vidalia, Ga., Oct. 15.-Will T; Gilpin.

OXFORD M4DEWORLD'S a lumber inspector, last night fatally !! f FOR R VIOLATION N NOf lot feet twenty-five of the north((25),forty all n((40)block feet number of-. :;:
TO INVESTIGATE
shot W. W.. McDonald: a prsminent: : .
RECORD lawyer of Douglass] at 4 local hoteL, IN ENCLISH i I In accordance one hundred! with and the forty-nine plan of(UII the,) .' ; I II :
It is said that Gilpin learned that McDonald '
; Two Chicago Preachers Find water front of the City 'of Pensacola, -
had arranged to meet :Mrs. Gil- I
all of which is above high water if!
pin at the hotel and Gslpin, secreting mark of the bay of Pensacola. That ', : ; -
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in Cham-
Ey Associated Press. when himself the in couple the: room entered.shot. Gilpin McDonald and C COLLIERY Inspiration PEor AGE tr ELK J the said property was acquired by H'!

Vew York, Oct. 15.-Oxford, at surrenderedRAWLINGS .. Games. your oratrix, Barbara Pape by deed i !
his wife
*!Sit: to one, won the Westchester pionship_ of conveyance made to her on the l1 :
v o:Eh wright handicap! six and one- 4th day of March, 1906 by Herman Is- {
\tat: furlongs at Belmnt:; Park to- CASE By Associated: Press. lAW Krone and Clara Krone his wife, that : .

f!**, making a new worlds' record fart SET FOR OCT. 29 One Hundred Believed to Be Chicago, Ill, Oct. 15,-Two pastors FLORIDA the said Herman Krone-acquired the 1"I
t distance 118 1,5. one fifth of a used the champ:oaship baseball series said property by a fee simple conveyance -
second faster than the: previous best By Associated P't's- i as a topic for pulpit disclosure last from William Fisher, in the year
Iliac on a circular tracL.NCiBROKL Washington, S pt IF.-The supreme Safe in Lower Part of i I Sunday. Both- agreed that: the game 189S, and that the said William Fish- ..:;:f1: .
court to-day fixed O to1;"- 21 for hearing is the cleanest: of all sports, but they Washingtcn, Oct. -Cases of alleged -[ By Associated Press. I er, prior to the said year 1898, acquired n- '
the case of J. G. RawJings. ,the the Mine. I I deplore the f-ct that gambling was ; peonage In the region south of New York Oct. 15.-A jury was secured i the said property from one '
; !IN J I Georgia preach under conviction in II permitted on the grounds; and that Tampa Fla., were;: brought to the attention to-day in the criminal branch o!i I Jesse Tally; that, at the time of tha
; Lowndes county. that state, for killingthe I one of the csntests: vas: played on of President Roosevelt todayby the United States circuif court for the I purchase of the said property by the .
two Carter: c Ud.ren.! Rawllnss at- By Associated Press. I. Sunday. They appealed to the managerS j Miss Emma Stirlin.; agent of the trial of the New YorE Central and: said William Fisher the said Jesse ;'
lake stand:: against these Florida Humane" Society. Hudson River Railroad Company and Tally had the same under enclosure !
FOOTBALL GAME tacked the proceed'ns! :' of the trial : to a 'i
Durham. Eng, Oct. 15-An
explo-
: of justice has decided tq
court the' ground that preachers two evils in future. I Tile department Frederick I. Pomeroy traffic manager r and a residence thereon and had and
were: not on allowed to sIt;' on the trial sion occurred'at in the Wingate colliery Rev. Johnstcn Myers preached on to make a thorough investigation -of the road jointly indicted for violation -,'maintained such enclosure and resU : .
near here about
t himself being formerl midnight resultIng "A Home Run" at Immanuel Baptist I and to bring:: criminal proceedingsif of the Elkins law. which prohibitsthe I dence for the period of more than : i
Rawlings !
New York Oct. 15.:-Because of the jury Methodist, minister I About in some 200 men being entombed church and declared. among; .other warranted by the facts developed. granting of rebates. It is charged i I i ten (10) years; that, after the said I
death of Charles Surdam from a brok- a 100 of these are bel:eved to be things, that "if the same spirit which Assistant Attorney General Russell that discriminations In favor of the, William Fisher acquired the said ,,11
Saturday at the Morristown "X. J., ; I' but there were between 60 and 80 have been: wItnessed! the last weekin prosecution.BURTONtREADY. I and others were made by defendants.! Jesse Tally, he kept up the said en :1 .
school all games scheduled by the ,.. CAR-HIT TRAIN. !t men in the seam, where the disaster Chicago were manifested In the Judge Holt denied motion of counsel! closure and the building congtrtntlnf L..J. ;
Mornstown high school have been I !occurred. church, there would not be a spectls: : TO :for defense to quash the Indictments.! the said residence until he conveyed Ld
one led: and the team has been abandoned -, Chicago Oct.. 15.-A street car with I bodies Up to had 2 o'clock this afternoon 211 1 I left In Chicago BEGIN SENTENCEAtchison ;an dthe case will proceed to-morrow.! the same as aforesaid, in the month !}t .'t I
.brakes out of order. without sand and been recovered from the I "Wfnning the Pennant was CiA I of March 1905: to the said Herman t .:
Already' have been revived -: running on a bad rail dashed into a Wingate colliery, and 30 miners had I I subject chosen by Rev. John Roach I II GOVERNMENT; Krone, and the said Herman Krone, ...
by students messages in.private schools 'moving freight train on the Belt railroad been brought; out.allvetPYTH1AfS Stratton pastor of the Second feap- Kas., Oct. 13. Bailey after he acquired tie said property ,-1
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from thei" parents, forbidding them'toP'ay at West Fifty-first street and tist church. ;rv..(3j2er.: one of former Senator ; OWNERSHIPBy kept up and maintained the said to;r J '
the Kedzie avenue last night and twelve "Baseball Is the greatest grandest Burt n's counsel, said, to-day that he fences and building thereon until he }fl!
game.NOTHING- .:persons were injured. The gates were AT I and noblest of all sports," he sa'd. i iI had received no communication from Associated Press. I conveyed the same. as aforesaid te (, ...'.
HEARD down at the crossing. and the motor-' I"There are but two strong criticisms :. the former senator but said Mr. Bur-, New York Oct. 15,-The report current I the complainant, Barbara Pape, whc f I
man saw the danger signals, but could ;that the best element of a community ton had previously: expressed the : in America that Premier Campbell ; kept up and maintained the said i: i
FROM EXPLORERS not stop fils car owing to its deficient MEW: ORLEANSBy i ought to make on the game First, I wish to begin serving his sentence zn- Bannermann and Ills associates : fences and residence thereon until .1 I!
II equipment the amount cf gambling attendant on mediately the supreme court finally are considering a scheme of government the night of the 26ti: of September,
Vew York. Oct 15.-The middle of the. big leame games. The second I decided against him, as it did to-day. ownership of British railroads,i A. D. 1906, when the same were destroyed I : '
{ BAKERS DEMAND Associated Press. I criticIsm' is the almost general custom is true to some extent says a Lond'uspecial by a hurl cane; I !O'f
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cbcr timeI
.the New Orleans
reached '
been BY
having La, Oct. 15._ ea.rly the Sabbath." OFFICERS. ELECTED l 2. That during the whole tim : in
'":: set for receiving news from the ONE DAY OFF I every state in the Union was repre- of playing the game-on- LUMBERMAN'S AID ASSN.) cable to the Times. I that the said property was under ea- : I
*:** expedition hope was practically I sented to-day by uniformed The government has no Idea what- F1
: companies I residence .
NURSElJMOTHEROF closure and occupied by a ,
6.' : Lumberman's Aid Association ,ever of bringing in a bill for the naitionalization f .
The
adoned last night of hearing this Montpelier France, Oct 15- when the Knights of Pythiasbienj The aforesaid by the above named ,.
as :
T from the band of explorers who local worI..itlg..bakers to-day declared, nial encampment opened with the |i PRESIDENTNew No. 1, (colored) held a largely attended -'!( of any other railways j I parties, each of the said parties claimed ": '\. r
s! !led from\ this port fifteen months a general strike because of the refusalof : formal transfer of 'camp James R. i j meeting last night at which the than those of Ireland. The Irish the same continuously asserting *'t
fiRO the proprietors of the bakeries to I Carnahan. The transfer was made by j! York, Oct 15.-Minnie Jackson. following officers were elected: D. 1 roads, the government is inclined to title therto adversely to all the world. ; rf .
I"h:' first word from Peary was ex- accord them a weekly day of rest, as: J. Zach, speaking on behalf of the encampment I the colored nurse of President Roose L. Benboe, president; Chas. Morton, :think, should be taken over by the and the'r' title was not questioned by ft;t
'teJ to come to Morris Q. Jessup. provided for by the'law.. The city an- association to Charles E.I I velt's irothe" Is dead at Evergreen, vice-president; W. D. Faulk treasurer -!national in order to advance the welfare any person whatsoever; .i.f I
'' principal backer of the expedition. thorities have appealed to the govern- Shivley, supreme chanceller. who Ini I'i.1I. I. She was 94 years of age.: She ; Chas. Taylor, recording secreta-t! of Ireland 'and especially in ordT 9. Thatthe said Jesse Tally acquired i.:, t
*, :;terday at his office it was said that ment officials for the assistance of turn transferred It to Major General .:was brought to Connecticut as a slave ry; Joe Rayne, financial secretary; !to furnish the facilities required for the raid property by a fee r
\t.j: hope of hearing from the explorer military bakers In order to prevent a Arthur J. Stobbart. Uniformed companies -J I.by Stephen Bullock! the president's Willis Wright, Archie ,Livingston and j"the highest development] of -her agricultural .
Us! Jim ilunroe trustees. Interests. Continued on _Page Four ,
year was abandoned. bread famine. : are still coming Ia to-night t I maternal grandfather. '


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of my stock must be moved before the work of rebuilding begins. A small portion of the stock was'als'o slightly damaged, and in view


) of these facts, this great 25 ,and 15 per cent reduction sale is offered. The sale includes everything, but the follovingviii partly

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; AGED. 25 Per Cent. Off. Stetson, Soft or Stiff,
This great sale I .means that .
None f my superb line of There is very little damaged $3.50 Hat for . .$2.95

Clothing was damaged in stock, but as' far as it you can now get a fine new, Anson's Special, Soft or l
.t- H. O. ANSONCash
the least but it will nevergoes, this means undamaged and strictly perfect Stiff, $3.00 Hat for. 2.55

theless all go at a discount of A $1.00 suit of Under- Other good makes $1.35 .

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 to . . . . $1.70 60

tunity to clothe up for the all go . . . .$1.69 I $10.00 Suit for '. :. .$ 8.50 w

winter. And all other water-dam ... SHOES. e
ClothierCor. $12.00.Suit for . 10.20 ,
aged stock in proportion :.
This is the chance of a lifetime
$15.00: Suit for . 12.75
: NEW- GOODS ALSO GO. 25 per cent off. ., to buy Shoes-you'll .

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

everything in stock to INGS.. .1 : --' ;;.... .'. 0' at the discounts: .
up : ...;.. r". .':. ;. r '' $16 to $27.50 Kuppen- .
the time of the storm, but $1.00 Monarch for . 85c ;. '- .. A $1.50 Shoe for . :.$1.27

I also the big consignments of 50c Princely,for . .. 42c : .', ; I heimer Suit for from A $2.00 Shoe for . 1.70 ,

New Goods, which were on $1.50 Cluett for. . .$1.25 ; A $2.25 Shoe for . 1.90 ,
$13.60 o. . $23.35 y.
their way here and have arHosIery, Neckwear, Suspenders A $2.50 Shoe for . 2.12.. I

rived! and been unpacked and every item of Palafox I and Main $10 to $27.50 Cravanette.A. $3.00 Shoe for . 2.55

since the storm. These will furnishings will go duringthis .. coat for from $8.50 A $3 50 Shoe for : 3.02

all go at the 15 per cent dis sale for 15 per cent. off. 'A $4.00 Shoe for . 3.40

count' Trunk In. this Handbags reduction.and Valises are Included to . . . $23.35 A $5.00 Shoe for . 4.25 m

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that the men who entertain ,that I that the defection to Hearst is much apathy in this campaign G r
/2EWARNS I lief are misleading themselves be-I I greater than,the republican leaders Mr. Parsons' attention was calledto iTU.
their friends. He is insisting that have been led to believe, and this is the fact that the betting is 3 to 1
I every anti-Hearst vote will be neededon I the reason for his anxiety that the on Mr. Hughes. C. DeSILVA &
Y.: election day. usual off-year slump ,in the Tote That is material proof of the grow COMPANYb
N. REPUBLICANS I His Plurality 18,000. I should be prevented.It ing over confidence," he said. "I
This is an "off year" in New York is known that;.the President does wish we had less of it" Can fill orders for lumber a
I George R. Sheldon. treasurer of the sash doors win-
state politics. The record of such not regard this aa merely a state p
tional prominence who have visited years proves that a large falling off I campaign, but as the beginning of the state committee, said that the contri- dow Glass and all material. t
Not to Be Too Confident of him within the last,few days in Washington 'in the republican vote is almost inevitable I national campaign of 1908. If Mr. butions to the anti-Hearst campaignfund r':
urging the republican campaign Mr. Roosevelt himself was i Hearst is elected governor, he may were coming in very slowly and We won't be able to make special work
; Defeating W. R. managers to spare no effort to ,elected governor by a plurality of on :beome the leading candidate for the that the managers were badly in needof for a few days. Send
get the full anti-Hearst vote registered ly IS.000 in 1898, and Mr. Odell in !democratic nomination for the presidency money. your orders.
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s. Hearst. today and on :Monday.So 1902, was barely saved by a plurality I In the next national election, SMALL FIRES OCCURRED t
r' far from taking the view enter t of 8,000. This meant that more than :and a realization of this fact, It is argued -
$.;..., tained by the anti-Hearst leaders 100,000 republicans who had voted for I is more than likely to provea SUNDAY AND YESTERDAY Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. 1
CAMPAIGN MANAGERS URGED TO here, men who have come fresh from President McKInley did not cast their severe blow to the prosperity of Several small fires occurred Sunday 1
Washington are arriving convinced ballots at all in the state campaign. I the entire country. It is this knowl- and yesterday, keeping the fire de
;. SPARE NO EFFORT TO SECUREA that the election of Mt Hearst is not In spite of the democratic defec- edge that has brought the republican partment on the go for a short time. .
only possible, but probable. Their tion from Hearst he will receive many ,leaders of other states here to see for Sunday morning. -- i
FULL REGISTRATION-MUCHALARM attitude, which is known to have been thousands of votes which are always themselves what the conditions are Sunday morning the department BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY 1
FELT IN WASHINTON. taken from that of the President, has cast under the democratic emblem, and to learn whether the uneasiness was called to the homes of Frank w. T. BEOWELL PRES. AND MANACER. j
made a deep impression here, because'all regardless of candidates. In addition >expressed to them by the president Rivers on West Government, Mrs. representative Prepares to will do calLV.all electrical. T. repairing on abort notlc@ Ring phone 570 and a :
r the republican leaders know that he will have a proportion of the regu- :is well founded. Hammac's boarding house on West treet. Bidwell President and Manager, 205 s. Baden
r. The New York Herald says: Mr. Roosevelt is one of the most clear lar republican vote which has not yet Evidence of the President's anxietyis Romana, N. B. Cook on East Gadsden
S sighted political leaders in the coun- been determined. The canvasses of I shown in the fact that he is sending street and Sunday night to 404 East
6;. President Roosevelt, basing his con. try. 'While the President will not the up state counties, which were or- members of his cabinet here to {I Wright street. All of these fires were m m DRINK BOTTLED
h elusions upon information which hast openly interfere even in a campaignhis dq ed by the anti.Hearst managers, help in the campaign. Elihu Root, small ones and only slight damagewas
come to him from many sources allover own state he is taking a deep interest have not yet been completed, and they secretary of state, will make one done. k r-4
the state, regards the political in the situation. He does not will not be available for purposes of speech In this city and another in he Yesterday a blaze occurrd at the
r situation here as full of danger. He share the general belief that Mr. comparisons until next week after interior of the state. He will addressa store anl residence corner of Alcaniz ;
has sent repeated warnings, both directly Hearst will be defeated by an over- the registration here has closed. Pres- mass meeting in the Grand Central and Gadsden.. streets, but the damage 8 8 W @fq
and through republicans of na whelming majority. He Is convinced ident Roosevelt has been informed Palace on October 27, and he will was slight. 4 bj
speak in Uutica on November 1, with
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------1 I Charles E. Hughes. Secretary Habit. v ::5
f will make a speech in Cooper Union
I II' late in October. Leslie M. Shaw, sec- Habit is our primal fundamental
Ii i retary of the treasury,, will make law. Habit and Imitation-there is Before drinking see that
speeches in Kingston. Binghamton and i I nothing more perennial in us than these! Q 0t you
L i two They are the source of all work "
L Buffalo. George B Cortelyou post-
the GENUINE.
.( .... .- master general and chairman of the ins and all apprenticeship, of all practice \ 0 get A word
> t republican national committee, act- I and all learning, in the world.- l'
"' ing under the president's direction, Carl/le. ,- to the wise is sufficient
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: < ?!7 ;. IB making frequent visits to the state,
(, bringing with him sugestions for the .
Cutting.Mrs.
\ :: *;? management of the campaign. Enpeck-I think Mr. Mahlstick Hygeia Bottling Works
< I Over Confidence Feared. points: such lovely pictures.: I think ,

'i. owin.g.to the wonderful results obtained for the .:? I All the republican campaign man- that I shall have him paint portraits 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
agers are seeking by every possible of Henry and me together. Mrs. Cut-

.t ''pfr sick of St. Louis by L. T. Cooper, we have put :;;. I means to dispel the Impression that ting-Ob, I didn't know that he painted -- ........"' .... "" ", ;;:,,' i
< ... the campaign is over and that :Mr. battle plcttures. Chicago Sews
t. in stock of his Hearst is as good as beaten. I
a preparations. I
"We are in great dancer from over The Lesser Evil. Lumber for Rebuilding
"- confidenceTimothy L. Woodruff "I don't see how she could possibly
Everybody knows through reports how '-: ;' I chairman of the republican state committee be sfllier-she giggles so constantly." t
newspaper said last "That is our
: night Better submit estimate
"Well.If she didn't giggle all the time your of lumber needs rn
:.. 3 successful these remedies have proved in cases of chronic :';.k. t only are nearly danger.100,000 In my voters opinion in New There York she might talk, and perhaps that would us for prices-they'll ,save you money. Quick deliv-
be wOfie.-Catholic Standard
and
k. city who are in the habit of voting In
S stomach, liver and kidney troubles, rheumatism and deaf- ..''t.;.._ I i Presidential election and not Instate Times. ery. .
elections If they get It Into
ness. : ': ;their heads that Hearst Is surely going Her Wife Experience.
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,; .' i to be beaten the presidential vote Dottie I wonder if a blond is more
aI .'. i of 700000 in presidentIal years will attractive to men than a brunette? Saunders Mill Company,
7'I. We earnestly request that all so afflicted call and ,be cut down to 600000 and another Lottie-Ask Tottie; she's been both.-
100,000 may easily decide to stay at Cleveland Leader.Good. ,Phong 717. 21 East Cartfan Street.

learn of these remarkable medicines. ,. home. Thousands of men are willing 0 -=
to put themselves expense and Inconvenience
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.j.#.." .' in national elections who .
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In state elections. We want all those
HOOTON'S PHARMACY men to register this year. This Is Food Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.Get .
:. not an ordinary state campaign, but
: it partakes campaign.of the nature of a national j Steadies our prices before placing your orders. We

\ $ I "There has never been a presidential sell Jellico Galloway and Alabama best lump coal

t .. 't ., .' ;: 'r ,; ., :, .'. .< '.. :-'-'. '- t-i .. f I campaign as important aa this en Irritable mind."There.s We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery

.. : .. .-..._.. : "'"" ."' _n '- T .: '.. .. .... .... .-. ..:,, h\1. should campaign be to willing this state.to make Every the sacrifice voter a Reason" forGrapeNuts system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is

: : :. ; : :: :i;.,; I corded necessary and count to have." his vote re- 25 cents per hundred pounds over. Phone 23?.

t : Herbert Parsons, president of the The Moore Ice Company
republican county committee. shared
4:... J I I the views expressed by Mr Woodruff Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets
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"I regret the over confidence that
4 t exists" he said. There. must be noiiiiiiiiiiiil i P. O. Box, 422. Phone 232jjjjjjjjjj' .

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:t' By Prof. I. E. Allen Duringthe ; ;s I People of Warrington, Al- f :


4141: SHtR Past Week, in Southern ( ,c / though Heavy Losers : !i." ,'.


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Discouraged.Miss ;
Editor The Pensacola Journal

On September 25: I left Sim's 'Chapeland
went by way of the St., Stephen'sroad Rosa Lyons who handles The cts
to :McIntosh, which is a quiet
very
Our new crop Is here; and In itR Journal so efficiantly at tVarrihgton, 1 14k&hlsL
and pretty little village situated on the
irst class shape. public road leading from Mobile to St. @tJ$3.50$4.00 / tells her story of the recent storm in pe p..cf.s plea.s'a.t\tly: f

The Coat Shirts have come to Stephen's and being two miles west, of LECTURE No.24 a manner which shows clearly by ,

stay the bluff made famous by its betas owned what a narrow margin many of the : ::: ? .. J k :i j c.ts B e.ti'Gially; LclS'

Here they are, the best gradesin by the McIntosh Bros., two aristocratic Warrington and Woolsey people escaped '. t 1

Oxfords and Madras. English 17and gentlemen.returned to who England lived there after the. in a watery grave, and owes her V17; XvieI truly as a Laxive.iU ,. ; ;

r For designs-Bold Patterns In colonies gained their independence, as life to the efforts of her neighborswho l'

: Vertical Stripes, Checks Plaids, they rt'mainedtrue' to the crov.-tL; In are ever so ready to assist her; :; I ,, / Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the 1-

and Figures. company with' :Mr. A. F. Hooks, who is Shoe but although her stock of gcods: is ;; ,/ ,/J j :-- "';e.i 1 well-Informed and to the healthy, because its : >; r[ I
We guarantee the perfect fit of one of the most wealthy and courteous almost entirely ruined or washed / .
I feels so easy across the Ball of the I component parts are simple and wholesome,2;
: the Shirts we selL gentlemen of the community I visited away, all her poultry gone and her .
Monumental Shirts, $1.00 each. Mcintosh Bluff and was shown some Foot. No matter in what Positionthe home unin abitable, the little old cjA': : .' :"-. w,, 'J and because it acts without disturbing the f t J1\

Star B"" to $5.00. I II breastworks that were erected there Foot may be, or how much it lady is far from discouraged. She #' -X' 'ic0\-1 natural, functions, as it is wholly free from ;. .: ;.1 '

I = ..1 during the ch'Uw- r. Mr. Hooks started may be bent, it is always comfor and her sister. Mrs. Keiffe are now Az:: every objectionable quality or substance. In :v L .1'.1'i i;
where he is now living with nothing but moving their effects to a nearby COt- ',
two strong arms a firm will and an table. This 'comes from perfect"Lasting" tage which was obtained tnroUgn the 7 ./ ;4ej1V a the process of manufacturing figs are used, as i .I ef r' Jit:
z.tt .. i they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal : \l i l t"
honest heart. To-day he pays over $900 for which the "ATLAN- kindness cf the commandant.The .
I I, taxes on real estate and personal prop TIC'Shoe is justly famous. The I night of tiestorm the two I : t \ ir virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from : : 1 )1 '

STANDARD LOTHINC I' ). I erty.While ladles< were sleeping .in an outbuilding %. cte\ i an excellent combination of plants known to '.
r 't
is smooth the Lin-
: JTBIESENVBUILDINut" I at :McIntosh I met Colonel I I Upper pulled to avoid the heat, and did realize S be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. Lr
Slaughter who was at one time a famous ing is stretched tight, and the Lastis the. seriousness of ,the, gale till early S : s
merchant in Claiborne, Ala. ;in the morning, whea. they were 'A To get its beneficial effects-bay t !
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I I right-That's all there js to it.Ifyouwant + <
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:Mcintosh is made famous also by an : awakened by the firing of a gun as a : the genuine- by ; ;
to eliminate all the Ills that ..f
incident that happened there in 1806. i When Mrs. Keiffe -'IViPe'f ( '
danger signal. .. "
Feet are Hair to-start to-daYWJth a Pair : \ :
SOMETHING NEW 1 Aaron Burr, who was under indictmentfor opened the door tae water was already ,i ',f t ,
of"ATLANTIC"Shoes and you'll"come "
the government .r
conspiracy against "
(fold-filled!! Beauty!) Pins, 25,and 30c per pirW. 1 was taptured at a small creek just below again." If there is no "ATLANTIC" rapidly awash that before of the they sill, and could rcse reach so ifrIft : : .. :; f;:; 'j: i \.

the present site of the village. Burr had Agent, have your own Dealer order fromus SYRvPii t'l i ,
A. Gahlenbeck, 215 S Pzlafax! : St. i the street corner it was waist deep. ,:; ,?,.. >
what '
stayed over night in New Wakefield and just you want.SILOUIS t tt'
Ktere, Mr. Frank Kelley and Mr. :W t ,
the clerk of the court, knowing that there Dick Hubbard offered'to' help them toa | '.hi I.
COTTRELL, reward for Burr who was ThdIllLiAjp ,
was a large and they plungedout % 'f" t
-of safety,
point ,
to reach Pensacola, so as to be in > ( ; t
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. trying AOThPJ2Y3 ''Into the raging gale which was ; : .1 : 'i t ., .'
Spanish territory, arose after everyone min ; ZiewrkiY. I r
Pensacola. Fla. ,
higher
; driving the water every Ii Jto'
had retired rode away to Battle Creek !i. nsC-j: i ute. 'The water would at times wash \.o, r For sale fcy an leading Druggists,la original package only,tearing tie fall ''t'. !,") -

TURTON i BELL and notified Capt Gaines and they startedup .., them under, and they would be pulledto 4 name of the Company. '';,- : :
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FHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. their feet again and hurried on.
krdak Supplies. Finishinj for Amitrirj. horse had stopped to drink."I ante bellum days and made me think of "Bunker Hill" was finaly reached 'L.: \ i
presume I have the honor of meetIng the time her father and 'mother stoppedat of the calored citizensof
Colonel Burr" said Capt. Gaines. my mother's home at the 13-mile where Warrington many have their homes. Here : :

i R. K. WHITE What makes you think so" said Burr. house (now the old Shepard place at they with all others who had fled TOI SRVICOVERTUP.&A. i1t

'I,tctnta er. Manufacturing; Jeweler. anil Graduate "Never mind that; you may'consider Roberts), on their honeymoon tour. Mrs. from the storm, were received into ENDEAVORING
Fla. under arrest," said Gaines.
ClZll.33 S. Paiatox Street. Pentaeala. yourself Wainwright is a granddaughter of Abra-
comfortableas
His ory tells us that Burr was releasedfor ham MUstead, one of Escambia county's the houses and made as
TO BE RESUMED TONIGHT '
want of sufficient proof, but the world celebrated pioneers. 'possible. :: 'il
Told will always beieve Aaron Burr was a I made the acquaintance of ,C. W. Many of the colored people gave up
Tersely
their! beds to the wome and children, t!
traitor. Thomas editor of the Citronelle Call and flOAT BIGDOCK )'J

W. W. Jackson. The Journal's in the Chu city The next famous notable was fact the that ownership renders McIntosh of- The was Journal surprised as to an know exchange he did The not "Cit-have ed who them had every been wet kindness.through Miss and Lyons show- Train No. 2 From the East Will Be the First Passenger 1 i :::1 '

Eiuckla correspondent was with others,
about ten miles square by the Johnson ronelle Call" Is an excellent paper ably and her sister. many I'
last night; on a short visit I I Bros. A Spaniard had obtained a grant edited by Mr. Thomas, who prefers single stayed two nights on the hill and are Train to Cross the Big Escambia Trestle Since o": : i

The big German ship Hildegarde ar I to the above tract and sold it to the wretchedness to married bliss. However most grateful to their colored neigh-
lived in port yesterday, being towed two gentlemen. I believe he has seen the error of his b rs. *" the Hurricane of September 27th. 1 .

up the harbor late in the -afternoon. I While at McIntosh I made my. head- ways for the first time I called on him : i i .
official quarters at the residence of John Johnson he was escorting one of the prettiest GLASS t 11 I ,: :
Walter B. Hare, who was the '
;! a grandson of Hon. George C. C. young ladies of the place and dropped AND GLAZING. Service over the P. & A. division of night for the first time since the: t .
bureau ,
in charge of the local weather Observer I I Tonge. one of Washington countvs into, an Ice cream parlor, at which place E. B. WELLS, 10 E-'lNTENDENCIA.: the Louisville & Nashville is to be resumed storm an j that No. 3 would go out tomorrow ;:
during Reed the absence his vacation of Weather has re--': famous citizens who twice represented I saw them and therefore know whereofI Three Big Naval Tugs Are to-night, when train No. 2 will morning on schdnlc time. j,tl:f I '

on I i his county in the Alabama legislature.i speak. Everybody at Citronelle speaks arrive in the city from the east, and From Escambia trestle to Pensacola ; ;

a turnd to his home in Tampa.- I i George Tonge.was a brother of the. Hon. .well of llr. Thomas. Now.at Work, on, the" to-morrow morning train No. 3.will go the train wjll be run on the temporary ; : : ;

Supt. C.. P. 2eek, of the Pensaco'aGas"Cbmpariy CL'C..Yonge.so well! and favorably knownin The last night I spent in Citronelle 1 TO flU-Ai[ THE out at 7 o'clock as formerly; bound for track constructed: by the company and : .
left ):yesterday: for Chicago -I Pensacola. many ;years ago. At his stopped with Mr. T. Jernigan, whomI Sp nishjjfy D ck.- II River Junction. this will be used until the permanent' j : '

- i where he will attend the meeting death he was worth over 20000.. had not seen in twentyrsix years. Mr. When train No. 2 crosses Escambia track is -built by the Southern Construction ''I.;.
of the National Gas Association. I One can scarcely imagine how I' felt Jernigan; is proprietor of the Southern I trestle it will be the first train to Company, 'which has a big i 1 I
He expects to be absent from the city while playing the fiddle in the identical Hotel and he and his wife treated me steel cross that structure since the 'sum !- force of men with equipment at worss I J.on'tho .
to float the Span-
Efforts
:-cout a week. I house in which George Yonge's oldest royally. The Southern Hotel is a popular ARK HEIMOLFOR$5,000 l big cane of Sept 27, as those portions of roadbed. > 't
I daughter, Ann. was .'married to Powell: resort and will soon be filled with visitors ish dock, anchored just off the navy damaged ? 't !
the bridge that were not badly .
which
The British steamer Ibex, t I Johnson. Mrs. Ann Johnson by the way, from the north. yard, which went aground when I carried and the SUICIDE WAS ..
h of kainit to this port, Mr. 1C. L. were away, .
ought a cargo is one of the most remarkable women I Seeley is another fine gentle-
struck by the hurricane, are now 00int Louisville and Nashville has since had:
;soul was one of the few vessels to ever met. She is a noted midwife, den- man whom I met at Citronelle. He and TO 'BE MARRIED IU i iBy
made by the naval tugs Hercules, four to five hundred men at work making
!a-s through the hurricane alongside tist, and violinist, and she and I played his accomplished wife are proprietors of I
l-' wharf, has finished discharging together for the first three days and the "Bazaar," and are deservedly popular. $ Uncas and Osceola, all of which are repairs and,rebuilding the bridge. Associated Press. 1 i I

1 h T cargo, and will RO "lo Gulfport, to nights after we met, and were only stop Citronelle is 360; feet above the sea level powerful vessels. and it is believed The task was one whicE required both \Atlanta, Gx, Oct. 15.-captain W. f 1 t .!
I'-ad lumber and timber. ped by the storm, which took all the and the next morning after my arrival I that they can accomplish the work time and an immense expenditure of C. 'Xunemacher, manager of the ',.
music out of our souls for a while. felt to be not older than 45, although I silcc ssfully. money, and for several days after the Blosser Printing Company, was found 1 So t J i :
The cod! weather of the past severalCt. On Thursday after the:: storm I returnedto am in my I9th!) }(':l!'. The famous Cherokee The dock, which was held in position hurricane the work was delayed by dead in the basement of the printing diJ ;

s tas caused considerable sickness Sim's Chapel\ and remained with Mr. Mineral Springs, which won the medalat Contract Awarded to the by several big anchors, was mov- heavy rains and bad weather and plant early to-day with hfe throat cut. r I I j'
uuoag the members of the police de-I and Mrs. F. M. Pringle till the following the Worli's1.Ir, are situated two ed by the hurricane, and went ground afterwards by lack of material The circumstances ,indicate suicide, ;i"
I'-'nienL Among the officers now ill miles east of ..Citronelle.On immense it that the which must have occurred afternoon .
Tuesday, at which time Mrs. Pringle _Pensacola Towboat and being an structure However, it is expected Sunday L ;
v Officers Barter, Etheridge, Co-I took me in her fine buggy and brought Thursday I left Citronelle and came requires great power to move her. work will be completed"! by this afternoon or eventing. ?so reas/bn/ Is t

burger: and Hall. tie to Citronelle, which is situated on the to Whistler. Imagine my surprise when, Association.A Two of the coal barges, which and the Louisville and Nashville known for the act. I '
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I Mobile & Ohio railroad thirty-three miles instead of finding little village, I founda were overturned during the hurricane, officials: authorized the statement that Captain Nunemacher was to have ;
o insist on having Blue Ribbon Lemon north of :Mobile. town of 2500 population, .four churches have'been righted and are now anchored train No. 2 would arrive in the city to- been married within a few days. <'

;and Vanilla. Absolutely: pure, goes Citronelle has a population of'1200; hasten two schools with 300 white and 150 colored off the yard.A : ", .
;1\ICp as far and the "Blue Lemon merchandise stores two drug stores, pupils, five hundred men emploYe4 contract to float the Norwegian '

F'-ivor"' is perfection. Ask for the four churches, no saloons one lawyer, in the railroad shops" eight large merchandise bark Heimdal has been awaited: to I :;

-,x- size. tnree doctors, four preachers. one fine stores, a fine Masonic lodge the Pensacola Towboat Association Queer Wager. THE GERMS f
school with four teachers, and, a fin Knights of Pythias lodge Odd Fellows the latter agreeing to float the vessel There are men whose pride Is In the eli
MAKE WORK EASY. Chatauque building. lodge, public library and one school libra from, her present position and place stoic endurance of acute discomfort. S SKILLS !
While at Citronelle I made my head- ry. visited the white school and made her at a safa anchorage in the harbor insist doing unpleasant
They
upon
Precaution Which Mar Save lbs quarters at the large and pleasant home the acquaintance of the of Prof.Bancroft, the for the sum of J5.000. things in order to convince themselvesthat : e SCROFULA 'L
principal school. Prof. ,
Housewife From Sickae*. ; of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wainwright, who Baker, assistant The bark l is now lying in about
do them. At Oxford
they can .
Women bring: upon themselves much i entertained me royaHy. Mr Wainwright Mobile! was superintendent visiting the of schooL schools In four feet of water near Brent's mill, .there was an eminent The laws of nature and heredity are fixed and invariable. Parents who ; '
and he some ago
I never met before, but to meet Mrs. carried by the hurricane years ".
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where
suffering for which they alone are to captured me with his magnetic person- was Eugby football player whose passionwas are related by the ties of blood, or who have a consumptive tendency, or f
Wainwright carried me away back to the but the towboat associationdoes :: -
tlame. To the average housekeeperthe ality. anticipate meeting with any to discover the most uncomfortable family blood taint, are sure to transmit it to their children in the form of : ,

mere fact of getting breakfast i.i. i iI After spending\ a most delightful night difficulties not in cutting a channel to things and then to do them. One Scrofula. Swollen glands, brittle bones, weak eyes, hip disease, pale, waxy :

without first taking some nourishingfood !I A BALD NEWSPAPER -MAN. with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pringle I took the such a depth as will float the bark., evening a humorist suggested thatasIt complexions, emaciated bodies, running sores and ulcers and general weak :

herself Is enough to cause in her i car line and came to Mobile"and made The contract is the first to be awarded was January-it would] be rather constitutions are the principal ways in which the disease is manifested. .'

continual weakness, and to some It Getting a New Crop cf Hair, and Has my Rev.headquarters John Barge at and the hospitable. homeof for floating any of the foreign -vessels beastly to sit in a cold tub all night Those who have inherited this blighting trouble may succeed in holding it

day prove' a source of almost complete No More Dandruff. is a daughter of "Uncle"wife.Mrs.McShepard.Burge stranded by the storm. The long. The footballer at once offered to in check during }young, vigorous life: but after a spell of sickness, or when ; -

t austlon. Everybody in the northwest knows I of the most God-fearing, upright citizensof one Heimdal Is not insured and the con- wager that he could sit till morning the system has begun to weaken and lose its natural vitality the ravages of ;

If after the toilet Is made In the Col. Daniel Searles ,the veteran jour Escambia county during his life. tract was made by the master after chapel time in his cold tub. And he the disease will become manifest and sometimes run into Consumption. t H :
nalist and publicist of Butte. Jan. 10,, cabling the owners. down into the circulation and forces out the scrofulous :iZ
doming a woman would eat perhaps "Uncle Mack" had the old-time religion, did'It.-London Chronicle.Ease S. S. S. goes deposits, :,
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( banana or apple and sip a glass of 1900, the Colonel writes:. 1'used a because he loved everybody and everybody kills the germs and completely cures the disease. It changes the quality of t i.

SQlIk or other nourishing drink she couple of bottles of Newbro's Herpi- loved him. After resting a while I and Fluency. :the blood by removing all impurities and poisons and supplying this vital 1:'

ould cide with marvelous resuits! The dan started out to visit the Mobile. schools of the :fluid: with rich, health-sustaining qualities. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable I. ; :
End it did much toward keepingBp druff disappeared; a new crop of hair and the first school visited was the WestWard It is a Pleasure to When Tbiers was president .
is to systems which have been
medicine and especially adapted weakened
her strength through the day. To has taken root,and the bald spot is I school, having eleven teachers French republic, he was about to issue
"s tty the stomach" before exercise In rapidly being covered." Herplcide is I, Prof. Moore as principaL :Mr. Moore with took some important manifesto and submit- i; and poorly nourished by scrofulous blood. Literature on Scrofula and med. U'

the morning is all that is necessary. I'the only hair preparation that kills:I me around and showed me all the rooms, Hat ted the draft to a critical friend. ical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. 1;

When breakfast is over there shouldbe the dandruff germ that digs up the i and it did my heart good to see our future Wear a Bonar "Yes" paid the critic, "the matter Is

no rush!' to do the dishes. They can scalp in scales as It burrows its way'1 statesmen, Doctors, lawyers, teachers and clearly expressed, but I miss the ease I - -_ --.J t.lI
to the root of the hair where it destroys ,1 preachers working over their lessons. usual ] "
of style.
waIt! now better than papa and baby i I tho vitality of the hair, causing. Prof. Moore Is the right man In the right and fluency" your ....................................... ............ J,., I
Thiers, "I have not
fan wait at a future date while mamda I the hair to fall out. Kill the dandruS t place. I next visited Barton Academy, a know it worked':Ah those replied In yet! The ease will : ,;d.II ;.

recovers. germ with Herpicide. For sale by W. school famous before the war, and I was Because you I "
Allow the stomach to commence on A. D'Alemberte., druggist and. apothecary made to rejoice ty seeing one of the cost me much labor, and the fluency
finest well and becauseit .1.
Its without the schools I ever visited. looks shall have to drag in by the hair of its
process' of digestion 121 S. Palafox St., Send 10 centsin Barton Aoademy J

Physical rushing. stamps for sample to The, Herpi. enrolls 1.:,,; pupils, has 'thirty rooms and does not tax your head." _ II PARLOR CHAIRS ;

been Then wiped, again much, after of the the work dishes may have be cide Co.. Detroit.. Mich. .five principals L E. ALLEN. ,purse heavily. They sell Never Recovered. I I

-- Mobile Ala., Oct. 15. "You say you are a woman hater, Mr. I IDt
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dOle sitting"Instead of standing thus for only I
>-Smlth?
resting the back and saving the ab- AMERICAN, PLATE "Decidedly] so," he replied. "In my ..
fiorainal organs from a continuous: 4000 BOOKS 4000I We invite attention handsome line
IN ITALIAN NAVY youthful days a woman made a confounded i to our

ttrain.!> tubs, $3.00 fool of me, and"I I p Ii of Parlor Chairs with the new slip-seat, up- I
kettles or
> not lift heavy
New York, Oct. 15.-The Italian "Ton never got over it. I understand,
stand: the floor where thank hundreds: for their patronage naval holstered fn tapestries and velours-beauties. ,;
In wet"places on Sentinel
authorities SmIth.Milwaukee:
and thousands for promise of their Xmas are now testing Am r. Mr. De
the water has been spilled or reachhh'r trade but\I am anxious i tbetO morebusiness ican armor plate with 'a view to its worth i The slip-seat is, as the name implies, remov- : .
now. Some of sellers a great
of They are
:: than you can easilf.11 extensive use in the construction The Kew Sobnrb. '. !
now will be out of date Christmas. of able making it to dust and keep clean;
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these are the originators of many ail- battleships and cruisers. deal more than the price. See Mrs. Suburbs (with paper-I see that easy I '
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What about your birthday trade? There The proposal to : $7.50 to $25.BUY '
Cents.Even: adopt
are about 9ft birthdays: per day In Pen- the American the :site of the garden of Eden has at "
if precaution takes a little sarola" and I have-books "suitable for. all product is due it is said, to the them. You will like them.OUTFITTERS last been located. Mr. Suburbs-Yes?

laager, does It not pay when it tends ages Dictionaries and conditions and from from Buster Uncle Brown'sto Tom naval testing committee having re When will the sale of lots take place .

*9 prevent illness? Cabins_ to Clansmen.. cently found not accepted plates which were and what's the fare from the city hall? II LATER.MARSTOM&QUINA l" :
up to the standard of resis- NOW/PAY .
Then your Sweetheart Trade! Try Lu- tance to projectiles.TO Puck.. _
cile. or Reveries of a Bachelor.
Have a new supply of ''FI hting CURE A 0 Father, enough of wisdom Ii ;:
Phone No. 178 COLD IN ONE DAY I Grant me, :
Chance, and all the September books. '
Take LAXATIVE BRO IO Quinine Tab \Whitek Nix to live we!!. Prosperity to live :
Is Now Working.Sol lets. Druggists refund money if it fans me not as thou seest J
to cure. a;. W* GROVE"S signature U onQuality easily grant I i.
Cahn & Co. each box %5c. best-Carlyle.! ,

HARRY T. HQWLAND 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149 Pensawla, Fla.a.5 .
Counts-Use ;
Quality Counts-Use Every paint In,the calendar] I Is said ..
LIGHT :Manager D /Luna....Book Store; LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. I be provided with a floral emblem. : .. .
HOUSE BREAD Yew Sack. to .........,oo..f.. .6. .O'.t. j
Pfeiffer' Steam Baker De Luna St., Phone 149L Pfetffer't Steam Bakery.! 1 Tour Konefs worth or Money ,


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TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER, 16, 1906,
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL
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-'i- HH $;t.fl oath therto' being hereby expressly SOP ill And why not?

I II' 1 &fc PENS c.o.LA PHILOSOPHY. ONER4SECURES waived that; and your that oratrix your honor Barbara may Pape decree WIihe disease, a regular disease;falling and Aver hair' Hcara:
made from
be Jen utola outw4i 11l- ,--i- 3 is the owner In fee simple of the mula Vigor quickly as and our new improve d fQl.
mentionedin completely
t I s By Sam B. Rues. above described premises destroys that
a the first paragraph of this bill :disesehlllr stops falling out,

i *$ .". $ $ iFgzLife + complant and liiat the said defendant Hair Falls more rapidly, and an c1andrd disc PPers Cos'sot.amorebsaae .

i INJUNCTION Charles H Bliss has no right Does .
I' DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. 1 1y theeolorortaehstr tc;
resembles a bridge between whatsoever to interfere wits the _

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ,, two unknown shores. possession, occupancy and use of the !
'+? said premises by your orator and oratrix -I -
: f .. .i3Y' .. 7 c./ Politics is a game In which one and that he and the said city : ructltx>[rax cl n.I.\,;

must be game to win. (Continued from First Page.) of Tfensacola be perpetually enjoined

a ; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. '" JAdversity often sharpens the wits I simple conveyance: which was vested from Interfering and with such and from possession as-- I NEWS AND VIEWS ;

at the expense of the souL in him a legal title therto; occupancy use, k
? EERANK L MAYES President and General Manager 4. That, after the said hurricane serting title to the,said premises, and. y0 1,

9' .. We opinions have no that more to borrowed right to borrowed money.- 26th which of occurred September on and the night the morningof of the I that restraining a temporary the injunction defendants be,granted until "2 ec : 5e .$ FROM STATE PAPERS j jJ. ;

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. 1 the further order of the court, from in I ,
--4. __ A statesman is often simply a'politician the 27th of September building, A. D., 1906 and, ] any way interfering with the' posses- ux/xi 77C/a7C1JGR7id !GXx XII \I\I\-\I r '
said
{ had destroyed the ;
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who hasn't been found out yet sion and of the said
use occupancy
SUBUCRIPTION RATES fences upon the said property, your I

doe. Tear .. .. ..........$5 00 One, Monti ..' ? .: .. .. 45 :If men could recall the past, they orator and oratrix proceeded immediately I and premises that by your orator orator and and oratrix oratrix may; W. White has been named as one ones Introduced he promises. Mr Eon

Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.. ..,'.. .. '.. ..-. 10 would find It but a sorry pastime, af- to re-construct their fences nave such your other and further rebel of the commissioners to' the Tampa merson is president and manager 01 I
TnreeMonth' .. ," .. 125, Weekly Edition, year..U COff ter all. around the said property and to erect 1 unto honor shall seem meet; fair. White is, a hustler and Duval the Herald Publishing Company ana
thereon a home, for themselves, and ; as your county will have 'an excellent exhibitif he made a brilliant success cf'
If necessity is the mother of inven- so continued to do without let or hindrance i May It please your honor oratrix to grant the he is to have his way. He can do paper which he pulled up to tl.aI
and a h.
' the OmlvTP, ...*.c8b..I' From Which a Detailed tion, the patent office: is often the as they had a perfect right I unto your writ orator of subpoena directed to more In the exhibit. line with a little mark in a few weeks aftei mar

Circulation+ Statement Can Be Secured.Papers cruel stepmother.When to do, until, to-wit, the morning of I state's defendant Charles H. Bliss, and money than most any man in this charge of it It would seem, from L:
the
the 12th day bf October, 1906, the defendant card that
X state.-Gainesville Sun. Sir. Emmerson
si "wreathed the of Pensacola win eda
face
a girl's Is in Charles, H. Bliss accompaI to the defendant City both
papers.Jacksonville
smiles" the chances are she is think. nied by policemen of the city of Pen- I a municipal corporation of the The Jacksonville Floridian thinks ti ion. Times
Sale. Trains ing of the marriage wreath. state of Florida and ,a writ of In-
Ph.ItIiE'lterfaItl'OIlll 38 It I on en sacola and other persons, forcibly that the newspapers are losing their

' l afeeueffiar50o and atallNews'Stands.OfficesJourna' : Tf' all men cou d"rl'e' to the top society went upon the said premises with I junction as prayed for them, therein to and Influence with the people. Not all of It comes down from North CaiD a

would topple for want of a baseon axes, picks saws and row-bars and I] thereby commanding appear them, but only those' whose violence that a man threatens another alt:
tore down the said enclosures and and answer the premises accordingto of expression, personal hostility and :who had been called as a w,ness
which to stand. a
of this honorable
Building-Corner lntendnoia and DeLuna Sts building, without any' right or authority II the rules and practices extremeness in opposition to men or court against him that if he tea! ifa;

"" HHH"flfl1fHi-J whatsoever; court measures, lay them open to suspicion he would get a terrible trashing. xc
3 5. That the said Charles H. Bliss The Court's Order. of improper motives. Take the hundreds of people are begg'ngVegovernor
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; PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16 1906. PAY COUNTY 715 is the mayor of ,the city' of Pensacola, The order of the 'court commissioner Live Oak Democrat for example; ; to pardon the assai:ant _
I OFFICERS SALARY, and, as such ,mayor, at a meeting of i granted after the arguments had temperate, calm, disapsslonate pa- under sentence for six mon::is- c,

3 the city council of the said city, on i I been completed by the attorneys for per whose Integrity and honesty of cause he "stands well in the maw;- ,

., \ Those'Southern machinists evidently .IHughes' Halo Needs f! HHHt. the evening of the 10th day of October u complainant and defendants is as foLlows purpose Is patent to all readers and ity." This is a queer old wrrjj: y

struck oil when they struck. 1S06, read a communication to : which, for this reason, is perhaps the this is a pitiable exhibition of one w
Adjusting.Some The resolution adopted by the the said council informing them that "In Escambia County Circuit Court, most widely quoted paper in Floridait its seekers.-Tampa Times

\ After the storm, the calm, and ware county commissioners of Hillsbor- the said hurricane had destroyed the State of Florida; Barbara Pape cannot be possible that such a

now trying to take things easy. of our truly good northern ough county requesting the Senators buildings and. fences upon the said her husband, complainants vs. paper as the Democrat Is, wields no It should be remembered, m contemporaries who are now 'so busi- and Representatives from that coun- property of your oratrix and others in Charles H. Bliss' and the City of influence with the people; and its influence cussing the proposal to restrict ,j',

"President Palma will now hunt! ly employing themselves in boosting ty to use their influence in securinga the neighborhood, and that in his Pensacola. Municipal Corporation .I is not restricted to the coun- emoluments of county offices to T.
something new over which to preside. change in the system of paying opinion the land upon which the said. of the State of Florida, de- I ty in which it is published but reach. sums, that HUlsborough is p-xwi:
f Candidate Hughes, at the expense of county officers is calling forth con- structures had stood was the prop- fendants. es to all parts of the state.Punta the only county that would tn 6eJ::

I Freddy Funston ,evidently found a Candidate'Hearst, should lose no timeIn );;id ralble comment from the stateat erty of the city of Pensacola, and ad- "This cause coming on to be heard Gorda Herald. bly affected. There Is no count Q

s \ frost, before striking the "frost line."' finding some other ammunition large. And there are many ex- vised that steps be fortwith taken to upon motion for a temporary restrain- cept Duval, which would poss th tru

. I! I' than that afforded by their figure- pressions for and against the plan. prevent the reoccupation of the said ing order, in accordance with the The present ,howl about bad roads up to a liberal salary standard
' That New York fight on Harsl head's performances as a puppet for The Herald of Tampa supports the lands, and that persons who had occupied prayer of the bill of complaint, andit will continue until such time as moneys drawn by the count eW; _
somehow suggests the word "hearse. salary plan and says it believes that the same hitherto be prevented appearing that due notice has been the present,road law is cleared of its and in Duval there are proba'
the New York insurance grafters. county officers should be paid a salary from re-entering into possessionand given to the defendants, and the de- present inconsistencies and contradic. two or three. The Intense QK<::'j
The hub of the universe, from a IAt the time Mr. Hughes was so actively erecting structures thereon; that and resisting the '
and not receive fees as the pres- : fendants appearing tions and made plain enough to be activity and rapid growth cf < -a::
political standpoint is the Empire engaged in probing ,this dirty ent system allows. There are good thereupon 'the said communication of making of the application: easily understood and effective. Justso have made this county as jp-esi: 0

i State. scandal the smoke of battle obscuredthe men in this and other counties who the defendant 'as mayor, was, by f "It is ordered that the said defend- long as the overseers are made to exception In the matter of tht; <>:

fact that he engaged himself altogether will be willing, and some anxious, to vote of the said city council referredto ants, their agents, attorneys and con work for practically nothing just so pensation Its officials receive <>
According to some profound political fill the various offices with a salary the city attorney for an opinion; federates, be, and they are, .hereby long will they be negelectful of their the amount of business done a:

' t observers In New York "Hearst" still with the little fish and let attached. The scale sugested in the' that the said city' attorney has never I enjoined and restrained! until the fur duty. They should be paid and then handling of real estate The wt :: ot

the big ones go, unmolested and un- resolution adopted is a fair one and I rendered an opinion In the premises; ther order of the court, from in any compelled to do\ the work for which Florida cannot be properly and n: tS 1

rhymes with "worst. I questioned.That allows a sufficient salary for the du- 6. That notwithstanding the prem- way Interfering with the complainants' they are appointed. DeFunlak judged by Hillsborough comb- t

? Birmingham wants theatres '' fact however ties performed by the various officers. ] ises, and notwithstanding no opinionwas possession use or occupancy : Breeze. Tampa Times. i
"light is now begin-
The saving to the county would be rendered by the sad city attor- of the premises described in para _
but the theatrical managers don't ning to dawn upon 'awakened In- great This money could be used In I ney, and notwithstanding the fact graph 1 of the bill of complaint here-' Walton county wants that $500; of- Hon. Alfred St Clair Abrams, tif

want "light" houses all the same. telligence of, the public, and Mr. building goods roads., This alone is i that the said property above described and that this order take effect up- I fered by the state fair at Tampa for tor of the Tavares Herald and A K I

Hughes will certainly! have trouble In sufficient to cause the movement to as belonging to your oratrix, Bar- Iln the saId complainants, entering ,the first prize from this division of Taylor, the cartoonist mention; .:t
Atlanta has sent its dives diving keeping his halo on straight, unlesshe meet with favor. "It may be urged I' bara Pape, was and continued to be I into a bond, with security, to be approved -' the state. In the county exhibit we whose arrest was recently made -3

elsewhere. What Is the matter with "stoops to conquer"' by explainingwhy that the county will be unable to secure her fee simple property, the said by the clerk of said court, in will have here we win have a good the charge of criminal libel of EJ,

ether towns going the same gait? II did Chairman as competent men_ to fill the offices Charles H. Bliss, mayor as aforesaid, the sum of $150 dollars, conditionedto foundation to build upon. Now let Governor Jennlnfcs have each tr**
not Cor-
he cause
when a salary is paid. The Herald II but without any' legal authority what- pay to the defendants all costs, every exhibitor at our fair' be patriot bound over In the sum of J400( < 1 I,
Mr., Taft thinks that the Cubans telyou and Cornelius Bliss, of the Republican is of the opinion that there will I sorer and without any title whatsoever damages and expenses to which they enough to Join in making the. one we I I,will be tried In the Duval counts '

should do their own fighting. They : : campaign, committee, to be be_ little difficulty experienced in In the city of Pensacola, proceeded may be put by reason of the grantingof send to Tampa good enough to cap-I:criminal court-Gainesville Sun

will fight aguardiente all right any-' called to the witness stand. finding competent men to occupy the I with policemen and others, this order, should the same here-. ture the 'fir:: prize,there, and I t
how. Times have Indeed changedandnot various offices. The salary will be as above staged: and in the manner after be vacated. one mat will reflect credit; on tne Hon. John A. Graham, DemocraM1: f
sufficient command the services of I aforesaid, to tear down the fences "ThUS done and ordered, at Pensa best county In.west Florida.-DeFun- nominee for the legislature from Ma
for worse-In this
the country
Sir Thomas Lipton is contemplating good men.. The services such as are I and buildings of your oratrix Barbara I cola, In the absence of the judge of iak Breeze. atee county, whom Editor L'Engle ot
another try for America's cup. Prob when, so conservative a northern paper rendered In the performance of the I Pape, upon her "*property above described I said court from the said county, on the Tallahassee Sun has been COR'J I

the tea business needs ad- as the good old Springfield, duties of the county officers are not I and did' fear 'down and de- this 15th day of October, A. D.. 1906. i It has been charged that one judgein !ually lambasting, has published a
ably more ()Mass.) Republican can express it- such that they demand as large a salary stroy the same; and the said defendant "CHAS. M. CVOSTON, this state sentenced a negro to fif- ply to the charges made against t .> I

vertising. self upon this subject in the followIng as Is now granted. It may be expected Charles it Bliss, insists upon "Circuit Court Commissioner" teen years In the penitentiary for ; The reply consists principally of' t
that there will be a great opposition preventing and will, by means of the More Suits To Follow.It stealing a pocket knife. After he had tern from parties whom )Ir. G r a; ,:'
Judging,from the latest escapade of emphatic language:. "
to this movement From police power of the city of Pensacola,
served eight 'years of his sentencethe had been charged with swindling
Yet great care was taken not to I stated yesterday afternoon ,
Theodore Roosevelt Jr., the SOn' Is every county in the state there will prevent your orator and oratrix from was attention of the' pardon board 'exonerates him in each instance T
call Mr. Bliss witness stand reliable authority that at least
to or
going to follow the strenuous footstepsof the be some opposition, but the majorityof I entering upon: their said property and i upon was called to his case and the boardimmediately ,; letters were written to the cbtncai' : ,
involved. interested in
Mr. others

Oortelyou four other parties
his dad.LesUe or the people will favor it It is a i. from re-enclosing'the same and from property granted a pardon to the of the executive committee: of )lza:
Beyond a few questions put to Senator which Is now claimed by the
saving to the people. It means bet- rebulldingupon.-the' said .premises; j I convict. So long as this kind of '''tee County one of them being *rrn
Platt effort made to at will institute proceed- 1
M. Shaw says that he Is"sorry" no was get ter roads for them. These things 7. That the said defendant, I I city, / Injunction work is done by the courts there will Dr 1/EngIe, uncle of Editor LEas: :
the disposition of insurance moneyin ings to restrain the city from Inter-
will them to give the movement I Charles H. Bliss by color of his authority Gainesville Sun.
cause board of
for the democratic party. I n I be work for the pardons.-
Is that
New York state politics. As soon fering with them. It expected
aforesaid and by usa ot '
as :
their The Metropolis can ,
support" Palatka I'
News
Wonder what he thinks of his presi- the had been I of will be instituted '
public these suits
as given a of one
of the sad city
find no serious objection to the plan the police power ] I The first Issue of the SnwanarsCounty :
dential boss? of the golden stream flowing
glimpse to-day.
to pay county officers a salary. The. Pensacola which is acting under his The last number of the Fort Pierce News, published at Live Ox
out from funds held for widows
the
Judging from his peculiar perform- and orphans into the republican cof- sugestion Is worth giving trial. If I direction, will as fast and as oftenas I CITY WILL NOW FIGHTCASES News contains & card from Charles by John McDaniel editor and prop ,
it proves a benefit to the county, well ] your orator and oratrix go upon I IN THE COURTS. E. Emmerson, editor of the Tampa tor, Is before us. It U a well pr::'
the veil drawn and
ances In that New York life insurance fers was no cnepermitted to
and good, but if not we can soon rectify I the said premiseartand; commence Herald, stating his reason for termi- ed six-column paper and has a groslittvertisins
Investigation Hughes is a man of all to see further. Mr. Roosevelt the mistake Miami Metropolis erect fences or buildings, tear down I The city will fight the cases in the nating the lease of the News to J. S. \ ? patronage. The Sss: ,
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made no effort to have it with- i iM
sorts of hues.Captain the same and eject your orator and courts, where they have now beu Geiger & Son. It seems he was dissatisfied wishes the new enterprise success .1 t
drawn and no effort to bring about a << N .. oratrix, their employes and agents, I placed by the injunction proceedings. with the policy those gentlemen the Journalistic field.- Gainesv'1 t
restoration of stolen
Hobson thinks that the Cubans money. His par- *. therefrom by means whereof your The city attorney, who appeared; for pursued. :Mr.Emmerson anounces Sun.
should have their independence.The ty in congress even refused -to take THE COMING ELECTIONS orator and oratrix will be continuous'I'I the city yesterday afternoon, will ces that he has again taken charge of I
action for the prevention of further '
captain evidently has another ttS ly subjected to damage gather together all data and titles regarding the paper of which he is proprietor, THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES I
thought diversions of trust funds and corpora- ..I... t' iP7l i6. .."i and compelled to institute from time :I this property and it is stated and has associated with himself S. Editorial Rooms.. .. .. .. . >.1 i
coming. tion into
1 : money politics. I to'time a multiplicity of suits aganst I the first move will be to have the E. Shackleford, formerly night edi- Business Office: .. .. .1-"'< I

The Journal congratulates Its even-i It is so quiet In Florida it is difficult -' the 'said defendant; Charles HL Bliss, I temporary restraining orders dlssolv- tor of the Augusta Chronicle and at To communicate with The Jourcal

ing contemporary, the, Dally News, on Two Common Sense to realize ,that an important political and thOse acting 'with him, all of I ed and afterwards to endeavor to one time connected with the Tampa during the day time use the busioc
campaign, for an off.year;,is i whomincludingthe: said defendant, I prove claim to the prop rty. Tribune, as business manager. The office phone. No 1500. To comnnn-"
the latter's recent evidences of Im-
Opinions.The going on over the country generally.1t Charles H. Bliss, are insolvent; News will 'be enlarged to eight pages cate with The Journal at night cse

provement and prosperity.A Is. however, the case jmd the republicans 8., That the said defendant, I ARRESTED FOR ,FENCING again, old features restored and new the editorial: phone, No. 38. I II
Journal has always advocated are making strenuous efforts Charles H. Bliss, claims that the city IN PART OF ALCANIZ STREET
New York artist thinks that In of Pensacola Is the owner of the said
a moderate course in the discussionof : to hold their own. They have a. II
the near future most people will be the so-called "race problem." We large 'majority of the governorshipsand premises, belonging to your oratrix, George Johnson, in the employ of

crazy. Must have got stuck on the congressional seats that' are being as aforesaid; by,' virtue of an act of I the Fisher.estate as foreman, was ar
political situation in his state. have always felt that many of the so- contested. The evident anxietyand the legislature the state of Florida, rested by the police yesterday after- ,

t called remedies were worse than the uneasiness of the party leaders entitled. "An Act: to Grant the WaterFront I. noon upon the charge of obstructing

f The Jacksonville Board of-Trade is trouble for,which they were prescribed show that there is a risk of their en- of the City of Pensacola" that streets. It is understood that the par- I "Real Love Letters of a Real Girl"I
oratrix allege that
orator certain
to
and instructions enclose
had
i
your ty
i sending out Invitations to a press and we have never seen our way countering heavy losses, and it is presumable
1 the said city of Pensacola never did lots of waterfront property, and was I
they"will be abundantly
that
Carnival week., A clear to advocate that complete
banquet during sep-
satisfied,If they retain control of con- acquire any title to the said property doing this when arrested. The city I am not going to beat the big drum of sentiment and m&ke
board ought to'give good board any- aration of the races advised by some gress. On' the democratic side thereIs under the provisions of the said act, alleges that the property which was I a wailful noise. Nothing is so dead as a dead infatuation.The .
how. of our superheated contemporaries.For or otherwise, and that the said prop- being enclosed was none other than ;
no very noticeable' degree of en- more a person has been infatuated,the more be resents an
this reason, if for not other, thusiasm, nor any remarkable contri- erty was not at the time of the passage the foot of Alcaniz street and thatit attempt to galvanize the dull, dead thing into life. I am wise,
Probably the bluff that the admlnls- of the said and the approval cf the of Pensa-
act the city
is
)
property '
glad to that two of the of Thereis
we are see bution of the sinews war. see, to the end. And reasonable, too, I hope. And brave.
tration is running, previous to the formal thereof to-wit June 2. 1899 the prop. cola. you
,I abroad that if the
best and, best edited papers In the an impression erty of the state of Florida; that if And brave, I tell you. Do you think I win be a coward, and
annexation of Cuba is simply for tremendous gain this
state are with us on this point party makes a the said property ever was the prop- cry out? I make you a present of everything; of the love and

the purpose of giving Magoon, et al, a The Live Oak Democrat, for In- fall it will be difficult the to resources maintain at It erty of the state of Florida, the title 0. ANSON'S BIG happy thoughts,of the pleasant dreams and plans, of the little
for two en
chance at the slush trough. years the state called down there
of and the
stance, In quoting the Tampa Times hand. It is also the opinion of some thereto was divested out prayers sent up, blessings were a
not since said shrewd leaders that the winning of by virtue of the provisions of the act great many every day-of the kisses, and all the dear sweetness.
The California courts have decided long : the house of representatives in November known as the Riparian act of the 12th I CLOTHING SALE Take it all I want nothing from you in return. But do you

that the insurance companies cannot We are getting an endless streamof by the denocrats'would not of December,.1856; I suppose that, having given you all this I am going to give you
remedies for the racial disturbances
'that it is not 9 That inasmuch as the said defendant soul as well? To moan life beautiful life?
"wriggle out" of their San Franciscofire in the south, some of them crude be an unmixed good, so to act my my away, my
C. H. Bliss, professed 1
losses. Nevertheless to be supposed: that the party is put. You are not worth it You are not worth anything, hardly.
they' are and impracticable of them
many as mayor of the city of Pensaco!&. ALL GOODS DAMAGED_ BY WATER
likely to rig it all right yet hysterical and foolish, a few of them ting forth Its entire 'reserve of force and for the protection of the title alleged You are unstable, invertebrate. My life shall be splendid in
wise and comprehensive, and their and means. There are also some differences by him to exist in the said city, ARE NOW BEING SOLD:: AT spite of you. You shall cot cheat me of one single chance of

The esteemed Montgomery Advertiser authors In every instance are sure developing inside the party water front com- heaven.".(From Fraulein Schmidt and Mr. Anstruther in
inasmuch the
as
found that that they have hit the right dose which tend to dissipate its strength, and 25 FER CENT. REDUC November Delineator).
has. out G. Washington upon the ,drift of circum- missioners under the said act of 1833: i
general
was*"not a good manager." But to cure the patient But when all is though attempted to convey to the city of TION.
in its favor. Witha
stances is decidedly The tendered lore .
iweeterf, '-
said the Tampa Times has perhaps above inesuges era put on p
be was a mighty good faker if that but energetic campaign Pensacola certain' of the prem- "
,. the solution than quiet em- By the author of "Elizabeth and Her German Garden.
cherry tree story Is to be believed. come any of nearer the doctors to right and while it, of- ploying all its resources it is proba- ises belonging to your oratrix, Barbara said-: H. O Anson's big sale of clothing This itoiy a one of the many splendid features of the
ble that the democratic party would Pape, and Inasmuch as the : and gents furnishing is now on, and: .
Senator Tillman Is said to have fers us no present relief it comfortsus make sweeping gains, but this, kind city of Pensacola claims title thereto parties desiring anything' in mens' or
with the that it will all
cleared $25,000 in one lecture tour, come right in assurance time. of a campaign does'not seem to have under such action of said board, a : boys' wear should call and inspectthis NOVEMBER DELINEATORFashions 1
Inaugurated-whether for want of cashor cloud Is cast 'upon the title of your Immense stock, which Is being
,recently. Unlike some of his illustrious -] The opinion of the Tampa Times, from tactical reasons Is not made oratrix Barbara .Pape greatly pre- thrown upon the market at reduced

colleagues, the gentleman from 1 above comment'ed upon, is so closelyin plain. The chances are that the com- judicial tierto, and inasmuch as Is. prices.

South Carolina has no bad reputation: line with that often expressed m ing election will not make any exten- it the purpose of the city of Pensacolato As will be seen by Mr. Anson's big! in Dress-Needlework- t

to clear. sive changes on the political map, attempt to avail itself of the ac- advertisement elsewhere all goods
these columns that its quotation hereis
tion of the said Charles H Bliss and Household Matters.
though there will be great whittling damaged by water are to be sold at
The Suwannee County News, published necessarily almost In the nature ota down of republican majorities and to endorse the course taken by him a reduction.: of 25 per cent while undamaged -
repetition: some striking'' overthrows. as aforesaid, it the said city of Pen- goods are to be cut 15
possibly percent
at Live Oak. is the latest aspirant -
The -race problem will solve itselfin But in the main the democrats are sacola is made a party defendant The damage to the goods by Butterick Patterns for November
for honors
journalistic the first issue I II
time. It ,will spread all over the reserving their forces far a grand effort hereto. water is only slight and they are
having made Its appearance on, country. The processes of nature In 1908.-Tampa Times: I Foreasmuch, therefore as your orator practically as good and serviceable as
October 5. The News Is a good paper will polish off the unfit black until he and oratrix are remediless save before the storm. I Ten and Fifteen Cents. I Ir
I in court of and to the end
and The Journal wishes it every success. disappears. The remainder will be THE PRESIDENT a equity
fit and will survive. It is matter I that the said defendants may if they Fire at Cincinnati. r
a
perhaps of centuries, so let Us be patient TO BE A MEMBERBy can show why your orator and ora- Cincinnati O, Oct 15.-Fire com- The Delineator $1.00 per Year.
about it accepting and Associated Preu. rix: should not have the relief 'hereinafter pletely destroyed the John F Decamp

THREE KILLEDBY the burdeans of'the days as bearing they' ,New York, Oct 15cRresIdent prayed for, and may full true Company manufacturers of steamboat I I H

EXPLOSION come'along, always working to effect Roosevelt has accepted an Invitationto direct and perfect answers make to furniture, early to-day. Loss $50.000,
member of the Associate
Improvement and make become a all and singular the premises, their partially Insured.
to
progress Society of Farnsworth Post G. A. It, I
the final adjustment
that will
be last-
Initiation
Vernon The will
By Associated Press. of Mount
Ing.In take place at the ,White House, in "
t .Koanoke, Va., Oct. 15.Three work- this opinion, we think, all Washington Wednesday Oct. 24.General "

men employed at a quarry near hero thoughtful! people must coincide. The Horace Porter is to be the

were killed by the premature explosion negro Is here to stay-of that we may installing officer, acting In behalf of Fememna for
, of a quantity of dynamite I Wumin.
to-day. be certain. And equally certain is the Mount Vernon society. The as- I
The men were thawing dynamite before sociate society is made up of prominent -
r a fire and It Is thought one of the fact'that It Is the part of wisdomto business men who took no partIn

them kicked a stick, into the fire. make the best of ills that cannot the war but sympathize with the

U No other workmen were injured. perhaps be: entirely cured. cause of the unto Equal to any shoo preparation on the 'market.x .

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I PEOPLE AND I Simply 'Fine / t .Y UA1 Woman' Kidney} Troubles I


. EVENTS I to Eat-: ", \


CORK AND BOTTLE Lydia E. PinKham's Vegetable Compound Is Esp&r
1
BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. I This expression Am Odd IHMtnttou of the Fere *f cially Successful in Curing This Fatal [' .
I states in four Cfempreeeed Air.
i i m o Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. sim- Here I* a little experiment which win Disease. ? '
plewords the great ,;
& distinctive i Interest and amuse our girls and boys.It .

.i I wf2m1mmmmEtWtmD: ; miDt Dit Bt1 qualityof roriQos Is'an one experiment'with to onlookers: air and is a i\. : :. .,'

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i i ]1'1 feeling THE blue and BLUES.I am mad, T/ie .Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Morrell'sPride of Iowa t t Take fairly a wide carafe neck or and a large, holding bottle It with horizontally ,0 ,_ ) f 1 ,

.. I want to growl lay a cork Inside the neck ;; 1
The world seems dark and.dull and Hams and Bacon. Then say to some friend, "I defy you .

-id, to blow that cork Inside,, the bottle so ; jar: I
I want to growl! that It will stay there. ; ,

: :.. got the dumps in every bone, "Pooh!' he will cry. That's easy i .
M!> ?liver's bad I'm out of tone, enough! And he will be cocksure that .'- _, ; i{ s

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I want to growl! ..|.' ;..

The! future looks gloomy and drear The Pure Food Store.
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I want to growl! -
Southwest Corner Palates and IntenaencU s j t ,
Don't preach to me about good cheer, I Yll I f .
I want-to growl! Phones
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"jvngs! are all wrong-what that you :tll
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1: want to growl! ; .a

Exchange. 9 BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. Mrs. J.W.Lang and /72/v. y. FraAe ; ;.f t

QUINA-WHIT1NG ; -
..fTsa
WEDDING OCTOBER 24. ( Of all the diseases known K. T'":,
with Kakhanrt :
'he following invitation has beenr Veejstaoto Compound: has doe
(Ii which women are afflicted, chronic forma. When I first wrote tG IOU I had ..\.I
' II kidney disease is the most fatal. In fered for;yean with what the doctor sled .-
with 50 cent
Return this one stamps or
''
,1'! Quina and Mr. Frank JVhiting, :25! one cent stamps with the names and fact,unless early and correct treatment kidney trouble and congestion of the femate
1 fro TVnsacola and elsewhere: addresses of twenty ladies and learn how Is applied, the weary patient seldom orrans. My back ached dreadfully all the time, : .' ,
Mrs. Mary Alice Quina to have a lovely natural color as long as arrives. and I nffered so witfe that bearing-down ft't 4Ingloould .,,
iiuests the pleasure of yjpu live. This method is now being re coax hardly walk:across tb.room. Ic did : 1,
your m THX: noerLLhe :
companyat :
Being fnlly of .this
vealed.for the first time te the general aware Lydia not get any better,w decided stop: doctoring : ". ,
the wedding reception of her public. There are no cosmetics!, bleaches, will find that no matter how hard EL Pinkham, early in her career, gave with my pfcyricUn and tike Lydia R. Pink- : ; ,
'daughterMary 4 rw, ""iM' face powder, or other poisons in this. he puffs at that cork the tribment he ezhansive study to the subject, and in ham'i Vegetable Compound and I an thank .
Pimples blackheads and discolorations ful
it has }
Bernadetteand 1g' producing her great remedy foroman"s entirely cured ma Idoaflmy
disappear forever under this method. ceaSes to blow It will bob straight back own work hT no nose backache and
ills-Lydla E. ,
Women and who wish Pinkham's :
'I14i girls to be beauti- to I all the bad
where
Mr. Franklin Moss Whitingen ful will be taught the simple laws of It came from-the neck of Vegetable Compound-wa careful to I cannot symptoms hue dbapptared. : ,.
beauty, and they will learn how the mostbeautiul the bottle. prate yew medicine: enoort,and '
the evening of Wednesday, the tee that it contained the correct combination would advise all women foffcrinz i,
twenty-fourth of October trolled by women Master of Gypsy Paris and, raided Greek and minds con "Well, I declarecrar!' astonished of herbs which was sure to con- trouble to tnr it with tidnev 1.

fmni half after eight until ten o'clock 4 appeared upon the seen a, played the friend will ejaculate. "IIow do you trol that fatal disease woman's kidney Mrs. J. W. Lang, of 636 Third AT*. f, "
One hundred and three West Gregory / 4? game .of life and carried everything be- explain that? Is the cork bewttchedr* troubles. Lydia E.> Pinkham's Yep BM, New York, writes: : i" .
streetPensacola fore rivalled them complexions.J. with their. bright eyes: and un- The explanation la simple enough, table Compound Ia the only one especially Dear Mr Ptnklam t.\-" >

Florida.At I 1.. MOCKLEY, 1133 Broadway, after all The bottle Is full of air. of prepared for women, and thousands I have been a treat sufferer wWi kkfajtr: ,
home after the 15th of Xovemr. K New York. course, you understand.: Well when hare been cured of serious kidneY troubla DIy back aobed all the time and I :y 1
?* one hundred and nineteen West yon blow your breath hard against the derangements by it. Derangements of* wa PjBkham't diKouraged. I hoard that Lydia E.. 1 t'....J; 1 1
Vegetable '
CoBapowMl wooM
the feminine cure : "
Gadsden street C., where they will in future reside. organs quickly affect the kidney doeaq and l ; .
cork you cause a sudden compressionof kidneys, and when. began lO take it' audit I r,; i
Both Miss Quinn ,and Mr. Whitingare They will be greatly missed here as the air that is Inside the bottle woman has such .has cured me when.everything had failed. [
well known and popular members Mrs. Chunn, who is the daughter of and symptoms as pain or weight in the I bYe recommended it to lot*ef people and _-, f.*'. '
of Pensacola's society set, and have I I ( T Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Cushman has re- when ;you cease your blowing this com- loins, backache bearing-down pains, ,they all praise it very highly. :
many friends who wish them much sided in Pensacola all of her life, pressed air immediately; expands to its scalding or burning sensations or deposits Mrs. Pinkham'a Standing list ,
and former volume, tans pushing the cork in the urine, unusual thirst, rlUtion. 1 1
future of
happiness. I many her old friends hope that
back In its original place In the ewelline of hands and feet swelling Women from 1i i
The wedding will take place at the ; she may be a frequent visitor here. neck under the suffering kidney i
borne! of the bride's mother Mrs. of the bottle.-Exchange. eyes or sharp pains in the trouble, or any form ef female weak- i ; .:;:
back
running through the groin,she ness,are invited to promptly communicate i "
Alice will be Mr. Edward P.
Mary Quina, and attended Preston, one of infer that her .
only by the Intimate friends and The Journal's linotype operators, is THE GRINDSTONE. may and should lose no kidneys time in are combating affected Mass.with The Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, ,

relatives of the contracting parties. quite sick at his home on East Government the disease with Lydia E. Pinkham's the daughter-in-law present of Mrs Pinkham E. is 1: '
:Rev. Father Fullerton, of St. Michaels street Lydia Pink. : ..t
fishy Water !. Died ItVhIIe Vegetable Compound the woman's'remedy ham, her assistant before her decease,
church will perform the ceremony. SII.IU'PftI1a. Teolll. for woman's ills. and for 11
Immediately afterward a receptionwill A smart coat for a small boy is here double-breasted and fastened over at Mr..W. O. Porter left yesterday 'We :will try to make It clear to our The following letters show how has twenty-Grejeers.been freely given since to sick her !! fadvice r : 1 '
be held to which a large number shown the style being one of the most the side, and was trimmed down the morning for Georgians, Ala., having readers how water jnarvelously successful it is. women. Out of the great volume of ex. ; .t'f. '\
*have} been ii\vlted. desirable models. Heavy 'broadclothin front by frogs and loops made ol f received the. sad intelligence of the young helps the Mrs. Samuel Frake, of Prospect perience which she has to draw from, : : :
Miss Quina's bridesmaids will be hunters' green was used, the deep braid. The little round cap was made death of his mother, which occurred grinding of tools. If we draw a line Plains, N. J.. writes: it is more than likely she ube '
'her sister, Miss Jelestine Quina, turnover collar and the cuffs being of of the same cloth,.with a band of the Sunday morning: on paper with a pencil the mark Is Dear> Mrs. PinkhamI :-' knowledge that will help your ease.very l :

,maid of honor, and Miss Belle Whit-i Persian lamb fur. The coat was Persian lamb. composed of minute particles of graph. cannot thank you enough for what Lydia Her advice. la free and always helpful, .. .J f .
;ilng, a sister of the groom. Little Laura Marguerite Schwartz Its, which have been torn from the
-+- : the four-months-old daughter of Mr. point of the pencil by the roughness llila E PiBttanrs Vegetable Coupon*]11 a Woman's Remedy ftr WCEM'S H* r : ..:' t-

i KEYNTONVUCOVICH'WEDDDING disappointment to had not the had pleasant evening. and Mrs.; Schwartz, of Los Angeles _
I many a very of the paper. If the paper were perfectly It. i p'f
WEDNESDAY NIGHT. hurricane given them graver things Mrs. Gerelds's guests were; Miss Cal.:, was chistened Sunday by Rev. smooth no mark would be : J
The marriage of Miss Mattle Vu- I to think of for the time being. Many Blanch Reger, Miss Clara Pryor. Miss J. Barney Butler, at the residence of I'' U
made. Now, if we bold of Iron
I a piece
Icovich and Mr. H. II. Keynton occurs I people from different parts of the Edith Lusk Miss Lillie Williams, her grandmother, Mrs.. :M. L. Suarez, s
: Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at state had taken an interest in the Miss Flossie Boyer Miss Georgie on Gregory street. Her sponsors against a grindstone we will mark the :1'
their intention of Miss Miss were Miss Ida Hoar and Mr. Cornel stone aswe marked the paper because :
Christ Church. Rev. P. H. Whaley event, and signified Boyer, Occie Clubs. Amy MILLINERY DISPLAY Y
will perform the ceremony. [coming to Pensacola and will no doubt Briggs. ius Suarez.. the stone seUee tbe metal as the paper :

The bridesmaids are to be Miss do so nOW seizes the graphite.. This will In a h
(Helen McCulIagh, cousin of the brUe, The dressing rooms, as previouslyanouaced Engineer T. J. Butler and daughter The Pensacola Library Associationhas short time cover the stone with a thin
:Donald of honor, and Miss Kate Brux for the use of the ladies Miss Luraline, left iJunday for 16th called inst a meeting for Tuesday, the band of iron which will make grinding olJ : 11
Ibridemaid. The grjonsmen will be who are to take part, will be in readi ;New Orleans, where they accompaniedMiss afternoon, for at fourthirty the o'clock of in the Impossible while the friction of
?,rr. J. I* Beech, of Montgomery: and ness. Euline Carter who was on her purpose discussing Iron,on iron would produce destructive !.
3Ir. }I. G. Pendola of Mobile. way to Fort Worth Texas to enter the re-leasing of the library. halL heat But by; keeping the stone wet A store full of the latest creations jt a ='
Immediately after the ceremony the Polytechnic University. Mr. Butler ;
MRS. J. T. GERELDS
we Introduce a 41m of water betweenit
Mr. and Mrs. Keynton will leave for and Miss Luraline will return the The best that money can bu-Blue
Mobile and New: Orleans. thence to GIVES A "HEART PARTY." early part of this week. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolute and the metal, which causes the lat- .In style and beauty--the season's 1'tl t

''Montgomery which will be their. fu- ''Mrs. James T. Gerelds was the ly pure, goes'' twice as far and the ter to fall off as soon as it revolves to I I
''ture home. charming hostess at a "Heart Party' Hon. T. F. McGourln returned last "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection.Ask the underside. of the stone, which la best In Millinery. J ;
given in honor of the "new city week with Mrs. McGourln, who has for the'25c size, then free to take on another "charge"of i
HORSE
.tPEN5AoOOLA'S SHOW. girls," at her pretty home last night. been visiting! relatives and friends in the'metaL Call and It. '1- t
see {
tON FRIDAY, NOV. 9. The house was very' tastefully decorated the north for several months. THe Earth T tree Hottem, It is not the unction of the water to t. f ,
Pensacola Is really going to have with palms and ferns with nn The' motion of the earth at toe .equa make the grinding smooth for It Is Intended -
,her horse-show and it is said that occasional heart visible in the greenof The frienis in Pensacola of Miss tor Is equal to nearly L500 feet per that the edge shall come from Mrs. Nordstrom -.tr.t j'
tile wait caused by the.storm is going the foliage. The game of "hearts" Eula B. :McMullen, of Greenville, Ala., second and the earth has three
,ft' make it better than ever. furnished the evening's entertainmentand are in receipt of an invitation to a motions the stone rough. It Is then made 11 E. Intendencla St '
1 -vis, the rotation on its axis In smooth with a hone applied by hand I II
1 There have been some lovely horses of. course "hearts were trumps" "linen shower to be given by sever-
f entered and the track stands Delicious refreshments which still al cf Miss MoMullcn's. young lady one day of twenty-lot!boon, the revolution which is coarse or fine as the work for .

; etc., at the park are being put in perfect carried out the idea of the party were friends, prior to her marriage (o Mr. around the ran In one year of which, the edge is required may de ir
3 conditions. The postponing of served, and the young ladies who Sackhoff, of this city, which occurs 865)4 days and a very slow gyratory mand. A. great deal of grinding is i i

1 the event would have proven a great were fortunate' enough to be present on the twenty-fourth. inst. motion at the pole This last mentioned done without water, and of the finest ;r J .. ;

Miss Esther Gugenheim will leave motion is a very peculiar one qnaltty, too, but this ia done not with '<,::
I
-
and has been
not long known. The '
the first part of November for New grindstones, but with wheels made of :: :.
poles more around the outside of
Orleans where she will spend the line at right angles to the plane of the a emery or corundum, which have the ................................ :
Every'Day' winter with relatives. property of throwing off the particles
t ecliptic coinciding with the line of axle article :
Croft that hare been torn from the
i Mr. Thomas' I* is quite! 111 at rotation ence in 2&86S yean. i -1
News. {
that
his home, 109 North Barcelona la being ground.-Chicago : PIANOS .;

street with an attack of IJaGrippe. .A Charmiag Yi w. .
J Dawley (to the boose agent)-I The Feather.A fo '
She SaidEarly Mr. Lu W. Morse of New York af- small deify feather with very lit- ORGANS ,
ter spending two weeks In Pensacola, thought you said there was a charmIng tie stem should be procured. The 'I S I S
returned to his home view from the front windows. circle i
yesterday. close
player Conn a by putting
Why, there are Only homses to be seen. The Clutter Music House is still In l.,
their chairs together. One of the par
the of the and brick. '
The Jewish Ladies' Aid Society grasp carpenters e; :
House Agent-So there is a charming .
ty> starts the game by throwing the layers They are putting in of
one
will meet Wednesday afternoon at !
( in the morning before dressing, .1"Now I must quit three o'clock at Temple Beth El. The view, sir. In the house opposite lives feather Into the air as high as possi the finest up-to-date, pressed brick I .F '
ladies desire the bloat beautiful widow yon ever ble. The object of .the game Is to fronts In the city The Clutter Music :
coffee I know it weak heart and the a good attendance of
drinking causes my members. clapped eyes; on, and she's always; at keep It from teaching! any one. as the House occupies one of the largest S : .

ever increasing nervousness. These troubles get steadily the window. London Fun... one it touches must pay a forfeit. .This buildings in the city being two stories \ ;, :

Averse and what will the end be?" But ,when the coffee Miss Ethel King has returned home r ... game can be made a source of vast high 42 feet wide and 112 feet deep- 1 i
i
from a delightful stay of thre amusement If played In a spirited It's the largest exclusive piano house ,. 'j
comes on at breakfast, she says-'VelIJust this one cup, months with relatives and friends In in Florida, Alabama or Georgia. w p? ,
Atlanta, Valdosta and Moultrie Ga. manner.A \ Until the front of the store is finished : t 1
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and so it goes-from day to day the same old round and the "The Best Is What We Sell" our entrance will be just south f .

bodily ailments growing worse as time goes on. Mrs. J. N. Vaughan of Montgomery Few Fact Abort Clock of store between The Music House iand
will arrive today to attend the In Brussels there is a clock which Is Pyle' Jewelry Store. i II

The coffee habit acts like a personal demon, ever wedding of her brother Mr. H.. H. wound by atmospheric expansion Induced Watch for notice In the paper of t; 1i',.
Keynton and Miss Mattie \ucovich. NEWARRIVALS by the heat of the sun. Big Bargain Sale of Pianos. ,
,ready to offer excuse's and to steadily push his victim one Miss Lillie Heta The first cuckoo clock was made In We are still selling Victor and Edi- j t 1 i
z of Buffalo, N.
'
Step down each day and laugh at the good resolutions.But Y., who has been for, several winters OF THIS Switzerland by Frans Ketterer In the con Records and maci1Aea-on easy ; 't}
the popular guest of Miss Bernadette Year 1735.Petenborongh. payments. ,!"
there's a way and a sure way' to kill off that de- Qain4 lis expected; > to arrtve this WEEK cathedral, England, THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, if: .
week. She has the oldest running clock In theworld. ,112 and. 114 8. Palafox St :
comes to attend the
mon. Order the coffee kept off the table and Postum '
i .I
monk In 1320
made
Whiting-Quina wedding. It was by a Z

Food Coffee served in its place. Then one can have the Mrs. George of SOUR KRAUT, and Is the only'clock In existence that .......... . ........... .. ....... ., :; :'ti br! '

hot breakfast beverage with the- deep seal brown; of coffee, visiting Mrs. George Rnley.Vucorlch.Mo ne. Is DILL PICKLES, Is wound up ova a wooden wheeL \ .. I ii'
"ILr
changing to a rich golden brown when cream is added, Mr. and Mrs. J..E. Long, who. 'have, MACKEREL. Defy Tro.b1... !j

and, with a flavor all its own, the Postum comes as a been the guests of Mrs.! Drew on Vow,' Aramlata. listen, dear. C t t f
Then is don next dooa
a
strong friend in need. North Palafox street for the past And, do you know her mother to 11' i
few weeks, will go to housekeeping
CHEESE'Limburger. A really stupid bor*.
this week, on East Jackson street. need have no terrors for yoU f +
The change in feeling will begin within a day or two, She came to see me Just last week WASH DAY -

' generally the first day. The drug of. coffee '(caffeine) Miss Minnie Hanway of Greenville 1 Swiss When my poor doll was IO, if you send your washing to t : t d
Ala Is My dearest UtUe Eleanor
expected this afternoon ,and i .
The New Method Laundry :
has been off and the body and nerves relieved then the Td. given her a pill. ; ;
will
cut be
guest of the Misses
Neufchatel
Quinaat Italian, PHOHEIU6 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. "..11I... comes the sturdy feeling of new life and new healthy cells their home, corner Gregory and And do you know, my neighbor said AGENTS WANTED. : t.:

being built in from the rebuilding food in Postum. Grad- Baylen streets. Pine Apple Roque- That That if Eleanor she looked was like plain her Matte /I t.i .

| tally the old aches and ails disappear and the joy andSWl11g W.Mr.Balentine and Mrs.and J. Mrs.F. Poore.C. Eo, Mrs., Mason S, ford, Club and 'Tw Uld be the greatest gala. J. F DAVIS JEWELER 'fi;

of health comes again. You can prove it in your: to were Pensacola a pleasant party of sightseers And I would I said.not Dear hare Xlat her look Sally Jonas, r.
American.
alT case. Tuesday.- Milton Index LIke your Marie for all the world." Now in I "f1. ;

Mr. B. H. Turner. pf .Spartanburg ADd then her leave abe took. New Brent,Building, 23 S. Palafox St ,; :.t

5., "., Is the guest of his cousin Mr. Kow don't you seei If she were wise, A 1\\ .il
"There's a Reason" for > \ R. J. Owens, 16 East Belmont.; Mr;: Rosenau & GereldsTHE This neighbor fart next door f' fi rJ
Turner will leave -In' a few days for She'd I" my dolly's beauty RESUMING WINTER HOURS 7
Mobile. Oh. she is web a torel ,

t. FANCY GROCERS,' I fear I rpoke a little rude. our store will 'be open until 8 o'clock and on Saturday 1 .; ;' ,;
Mrs. H.
C.
Chunn ,
left last week Is ta doT :
But what one .1ntillO o'clock. S
E'
for Atlanta where she Joined'her i 116 SOUTH PAUFOXST. In neb a *M 1 scarcely thtak: 'i -.i
POSTUM son Charles who was visiting' his. I am to blame do your ] l '
:Boo Stcxro
aunt Mrs. Harry Daniels. After, .' Coe's ,

; few days'.Tfsft In Atlanta MrChunn] Phone 391 Subscribe for The Journal. New Breiit'Building. Phone 235. ,'}
and con will go to Washington D.

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; f'PA I iitMtji"eiTYlI HEAL ESTATE II. THE WAY TO 1 'Po :gl8lnteJR i : REAL* ESTATE i ii. ''e.'an i




I Ii FOR SALE Ii MAKE MONEYis i I taln Estate i. $500 i ii I "A


to place jyhat you
,..
have, whether it be a I i Desirable lot on East Hill, 80 ft front by 1324 ft deep :


i FLORIDA .1, Good Homes. large or small' amount I $2500.. i $950 isec

.; $25OO-6-rooms. I block from confederate: first where it is safe,.and will buy a splendid '..rbom'. cottage on pw.3a

monument; bath., gas electric. second, where :each: dollar East Jackson street witk sutliemxiibsare reception hall, : Two cottages on northwest corner of "B" and \\ est :
gallery
;
connection, etc good roomy
; I you have "will earn" ot 60x1 0; modern eniCnCes.525.0 t Jackson streets, if immedate sale. ; !
: RAILWAYTERMINALI! $4200-7 rooms., North Alcaniz comer !
,
NEW DEEPWATER PORT. Cervantes 90 feet front by ,12a more, untiljn the course -. t r t.tCoI
feet deep; gas. bath etc. $1000 -
of time it becomes two $ : f. :

; ON BEAUTIFUL' ST. ANDREWS BAY $3500-Methodist everything 10 rooms. church modern.East bath Gadsden, gas rnea and dollars or a greater sum... will buy a very desirable. .home on North i Desirable building lot 'on North Hill, 75x150 ft. 4f I

I The best means to accomplish Hill; C rooms. large reception hall; gal- V
i $1600-5 rooms. East Cervantes 1 block lery facing the south; closets to ail bed : $1500 f
from Methodist church. This !s a ; this result is to TOOTJS but'er's pantry china closet; all
Hotel Saw and l Planing Mill machinery w'A
Panama open, new house has bath and gas. modern conveniences i ,

here. Cement BlockY orks here. 1200-foot : .". Desirable one-storY cottage on East Gadsden street, .
Buy PensacolaReal ----::- .
Bank and Store i .Investments. ,, : splendid neighborhpod. V :
built.
i
Wharf buildings list
Wagon Estate If you have anything to sen your .
$3300-6 houses corner LaRua and A property with us for quick and satisfactory -
,
going up. Atlanta? & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing : streets all new renting for M-. >6 results.. !II $1750 :
: a year. You'll be surprised ho\ -
the city. .. : I I
$1600-3 houses. North Hayne rentingfor quickly it will double. i 10 lots on.North Baylen street, splendid investment. 1V
i p $%16 a i
year.

: $525O-S houses. North 'JIa-ne.) each '4 ; Act now Don't delay L L S: Brown & Oo $1800 ;: i

GETIN ON THE GROUND FLOOR rooms and hall renting. for '$672 -
: a year. I

.. Write or See : ; ..building lot on North I _Hill i j$1600EJeg8J1t j I McDAVlD-HYER\ CO. }. WE SEV.LOTS.1'Phone : Two-storywelling containing 7 rooms. on N. Dais .

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918. Thiesen Building : $3350 :
: $8000-155 feet by 180 feet, with 6 good I Agents New York t

i THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY i! One houses block renting from depot for .$864 a jear. I i.3 100 Life EAST Insurance GOVERNMENT Company.ST., ;; j.I---.c--- i 6 cottages on southeast corner of "A" and LaRua :

$5000-6 small houses corner Wright and Phone 700. Pensacola, Fia. i 'FOR SALE streets splendid renters.
Baylen. renting for Jo40 a year. 4 I : :

...................... .....0....................... See our list for other bargains. J to {
.
.on =:: ,.jj,3--: $4000 .
I FOR S4L.E-Lodsng house, corner of -
Palafox and Main streets Known as

: HELP WANTED. WANTED. RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT Dunn's business;Lodging everything House.complete An established: a good 1::1 Block No. 240, New City tract, very desirable, on 16tr i


WANTED-Ten experienced& Co.salespeople 16oct2t W.A1Io'TED-SituatIon as grocery sales. RETURNS MONEY PLACED MADE.- AT INTEREST ON I WRECKING! BARGE : investment 400 S. PalaTox.for the right man. .H. Muller 16oct : I Avenue, containing 20 lots, each about 40x132; 2 t

., at once. T. H. Lannon Ad- feet.
man twenty years' experience.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.. :
16octlw FOR SALE-One horse and wagon Z
dress "Grocer JournaL
WANTED-An office boy who can readtoita. care buggies, fines cow. seven head of hogs. I GI
write. Apply In own handwriting WANTED-We want 100 bright young WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN SAL YOu 3 dozen chickens, gentleman saddle and I.-2- $4000 :
care The JournaL 16oct men and women to enroll with us and PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU I 2 sets of harness. Apply to Mrs. C. L. .

WANTED-Traveler for established house. qualify for, the many business positionswe EITH ER. \\\\ilkers3n: near Kupfnan's Park.14octlw I 2 Desirable lot on northeast corner of Garden and De : Ro.ou.
Twelve dollars weekly to start. Expenses are tailed upon to fill. We have dozens FOR SALE. PRICE REASONABLE. I
of calls every month that we are WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY 2 Villiers streets enclosed and has good stone walk. :
paid References Address George and FOR SALE-Two horses for sale. Apply I ,
unable to filL Terms Day F
6. Clows. Pensacola Fla.. It* easy. WE CAN SELL IT. Ii 128 South Tarragona St., 14oct3t '
2 :
classes. Pensacola Business Col-
night lot 120 feet on Garden by 139 feet.on DeVilliersA : .
WANTED cook. For particulars, can lege. Telephone 900 or 1037. Hoctlw Fire Insurance Placed in FOR \LE-Boai suitable for freight II'
at 14 East Government street.. 16oct2w i passengers or towing Length 66 feet i genuine bargain.HOOTON. i GRiT
W.A1Io"TED-Board with private family on First-Class Companies. 170 gross tons, schooner: beam 18 feet draught feet. tonnage 29tftns ,
ANTED-CaTPE'nters wanted. Apply East or North Hill by lady of refine- net Power two 2&-1>> horsepower'Murray -
GouldIng Fertilizer Company. 14oct ment. Telephone 900. Hoctlw rigged, Sheathed with yellow : &. Tregurtha gas engines. Lauch- I.o C 4
ed December. 1905. WIll deliver any-
WANTED-Nurse who will live on the WANTED-Quiet man wants private metal equipped with anchors where in state for $ ,500. J. M. Rowley. I. -
,
premises. Apply to Mrs. Sam Rosenau board by week or month; expects to be West. Palml.each. Fla- 7o.*t2wSECONDHAND .
corner 12th avenue and 13th street 14octlw in city four to six months. Answer for a LESLIE E. BR.OQKS hoisting engines, boilers, i & WATSON i I
week. J. F. Walker, City. Gen'l Dt.livt'TT.l10ctl II SAFE ,for .sale used ,
w.W.A1Io'TEDAU wrecking pumps, .teel haw- only one year. Address P. 0. Box 49!. .. .
.WANTED-Good boy. strong ad steadyto W. a 1: E. Intendencia bet
Estate Hooton
"
Journal l Real "
work In press room. Apply; bottles. sers cable chains 'tnd suc- 2 THE RENTAL AGENTS, :
kinds beer I pay SALi :
press room after 8 p. in.WANTEDExperteneed 15c dozen. I handle all leading brandsof and Insurance. FOR CHEAP :'Almost new Mehlen I .
In ladles' wines beers and whiskies and still tion pipes. Address Jacksonville -!I &. Sons' piano in handsome rosewood j H
Monday:: presser morning at manufacture that well-established cough case. A bargain. Piano can be .,B een 1 1f : Real Estate. Insurance and Loans : pert
tailoring Apply Towing\ and "
Ready-to-Wear Store 27 South I'alafox medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. (Wrecking f by calling at the Kandy Kitchen.. betP01I that
adu.
Bt: 14octlt Government Sts. llott Co., Ja. ksonville;:-fIa. : SALE-At bargain. paying Furniture : : ere
i No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. ten
WANTED-Woman to do general house- FIRST-CLASS *aw filer wants position; business at 133 E. Intendencia St. .
street or millwright work. Address G. A. Address:: Box Ko, City. oct ed.
work. Apply 804 East Government 14oct2t Gredler Eacamr-ia. Fla.. lOoctlw i;. ...... .. o... ooo o.. .... yout

For Sal: MONEY TO.'l: >AN.. FOR SALE CHEAP-100 nfrf' clean butt
WANTED-One girL Apply at onie. SMALL HOUSE or cottage by reliable syrup barrels. Apply to \uco\ich Cooperage
New Method Laundry. 13oct3t tenants._ Address 222 West Cervantes __- >" __, .Co.vX>eLuna.street.! Uootlw ,

WANTED IL Fairchild requires at street. 9oct MONET LOWED on real short< estate and. FOR SAL _' _A grocery business en fine LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.
personal propt'rty'on noticeTerms
once 1 upholster 1 cabinet-maker and 1 2 WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old Cash Installment easy. J.V.. Bollard,..23>4 South: bargain corner for stand.Good elsb. Long run lease of business.and cheap A Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
nuutresa-maker. I carpet-lajer or on
Palafox St. Phone 1144 SL
hatsmade
new. Cleaning
pressing T
helpers. Apply 15 East Garden street up- tent Address A. Greenhut_ Co lloctlw -
and blockIng. Satisfaction guaranteed : READ DOWN READ UP ;
stairs, before 8 a. m. lloctlwWANTED I I Panamas toe; Straws 25c; Felt. :35c; I CAN' LEND TOUR MONEY: 'at eight Trains Nos. Trains "O

to handlet'ngInt'S' Derbys 25c Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten- Plan '. per cent. If you have say "that you FOR RALE-See me about wiftdmi ls. I % 4 :;
-dynamo.A capable engineer Ice and dencia street All come In. 6octlm want Interest on. see me about it. It can furnish a new celebratedStar, all 11:05pm 11:55am LT..................Pt'nl'acol,&............... .. .Ar 6:50am' ,
; compressor.All combined in It will' be absolutely safe on real estate steel mill for little more tcan will cost 6:30am ztTm Ar.-.Ilontgornery.:: ; ........._......Lv 9Hpl.
steam heating Coal plants.used. Excellent and WANTED-AH owners of poultry to security. Lesll -E. Brooks. Phone 462. to fix: your old one. Droo me a card and 1l(5aml'lf1pm .............._. ................Lv t'tIpm:
one permanent buildIng.position to satisfactory party. II know.that we are agents for the cele- 5" TO LOAN I will give you price delivered to Pensa- 7:15pm! 3I.am .................... ................. 8:4i>am1 :

Write stating experience. age and refer brated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guar- $1200.00for MONET money from Jno. -A.Everybody Hall & Co.borrows. 1S cola or other points. F. M. Williams, 1:00pm 3llamJ .................. ..........._...... 8lamn\ :: I
enct& Address. superintendent," care anteed to cure rupe cnolera (gape and to contractor and builder, city office 308 1:25am S.tiarn 3:00am7:40am2lOprn :
this:paper. lloetlw kill fleas lice and mites. Also their E. us.Government St.- When la.need call Thiesen Building. lOoctlw ;::::::::::::::::.. "t.a ::::::::::::::::::::t: 8lspm; ,

I Co.wonderful Phone egg producer F. S. Mellen & 2 houses on the southeast on FOR \LE-BlsfcksirUh dwelling bHpm 3:2smLv-----------------N3s1wi1le.- ....._.........Ar : 3iaml _
WANTED-A cook and a woman to do No. 334. ISapr. MONET W.\ "ED on aH ;kinds' of -excellent shop and 2:10am.. 8:30am Ar....................Lout.oville....... ......Lv ,,12:4Saml') Tf
house work.street Apply l at No 227 Last lloctlw Intendencia !WANTEr-At once, a four or 'five-room corner of Strong and DeVil'= property on short notice! Terms personal good: trade large location lot, prcsni near.water ice,factory reason-: : ? !:tnn Ar. .-. ... ... .. .. .C'1.l'lnnatl.: ... ..... ._. ... ..I.v :'l1.IIOpm' ties:

: cottage Must be close in and in good liers Sts. for easyv J. B Gray & Co., f' W. Romana. able terms at Marian Ha. Address g renting $13 a Phone* 1165; BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS. i
WANTED-First-class carriage black- neighborhood. Address 123 Care JournaL ifeb \\ E. Taylor: Chipley Fla. l00ctlmFOP. cur
smith and woodworker. Good positionfor ; 23sept month. UNLIMITED amount of money to loan 6&7 2&3 4&1 3& % 1&4.Aam tletc:
right man. Address John G. Welsh. on all kinds of personal SAI..E-Two large refrigerators. Apply .. .. -
property. Special to The Lewis Bear Co. 7OOam'lIOSpm : Lv-.P'nsacola.. .Ar J 5.00am! 4:0l'1m. I moo
Carriage_ Works 1.. Pensacola, Fla.. ___8oct 'R. R. CRITTENDEN wishes to communicate rates to business men on laige oct 10:45am :55am 4:12pm ............. .: .. .-... .-. 11:4t1am'l1:5.1mfIr FfcoI
WANTED-r-A competent nurse. T01 North with' his brother F. !I. Crit- $3000.00. loans. The New York SAint Co-, 20414() AVTO [OB1LE-S U or trade* nearlynew /;: \ m. 1:15am 8:1i! mAr. :.... Nf'wOrlf'an9..I.v I Slipmj--------- I
tenden, who was last heard of in Florida South Palafox:
Palafox St 7oct and in good condition will sell or
about 5 years ago. Any one having trade FLOMATON PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE \ W
for an Artistic and up-to-date THOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loans. for a good horse. Address J. C.
heard of :Mr. Crittenden would
do
favor
a
THE PUBLISHERS, of Good Housekeeping by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at Lp-stairs; corner Palafo" and Romana Brashears. Milton Fla. 6octlm 21 I I 5. iiJ I a I Trains do not stop at stations I 2 I 4 I .I. I
Magazine want representatives. Building No. 47, U. S. Navy Yard. 6-roomand hall: cottage, with Sta. 12septlm: Dally DalyjDallyDally[ where no tIme Is shown 1 Daily Daily Dih I
both local and to travel They
very ,
commissions also pay ISseptlm FOR SALE-Fine well grown Barred ...... 4:55 :::: .501 Lv..floiis5ton..Ar 12:15 IZf :.;. I
liberal cash prizes. For terms and write.give giving large I all modern conveniences, on Rock Cockerels March and April ...... 5:00 %: :5"1: ........!'.. ............. 1:441:11 1 S.5: ;
references to Good Housekeeping. TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. MISCELLANEOUS.TREES hatches Jl.00 to $%00; hens. last -.ear's ...... s:01 %: -3:0ii: ..........Blutt Springs: .......... .1:13: : 1:1:;' .$-: .
Gent clothing cleaned pressed and repaired breeders., Jl.00 each. Mrs Lizzie E.: ..... 5:1. .%. ............ .
Agency Dept., Springfield Mass. 6oetlw'' West Chase street a :0\\.3:0. )lcDa\il; .. ....... .1::%%, 1:03j 5:06:
short notice. on car
on No. 11% West Hughes Chipley. Fla. 27 eptlm* ...... 5:30 : .3:6:: .......;.PIne Barrt'R.-.. ..1t8 1.0: bi. 11ILUT
WANTED-Three or four good waiters Government SL. Pensacola Fla. ornamental or fruit < I ...... 5:39: : .3.iIf ...............J.olln ............. ..I1:20 33:43 74. ..
wanted. Apply at onoe Kandy Kitchen line. trees of all kinds; also hedge plants: I FOR fALE-IO.OOO acres round timber ...... .0:43 ... .4:941. .......... ..Quintette............ .-11:51'.12:3"' "7:=:"' .
Ko. % WANTED R. BIngham wants your furnished: and planted by S. D. Jackson land 12.aW saw frill timber and saw ...... .5S3 .3:26 .4:11 ........,.. Hill ......... .11:4I.In: -1:141.1 .
oct .
moving and hauling. He guaranteesall on terms to suit customer" Best refer mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several ...... -5:57' 33 .4Ui. .........C. ntonement.u......... .'..11:4/\, 1Z:26 7Slt., .
\VANTED-Wlth references, fifteen good breakage. Phone 630.WANTEDCarriages ences. Address S. D. Jackson City. good farms and town properties/' ....... .':01 -3:313 .............GHzalEZ.: ........... .. : :!:% ..::S .. ...
hustling sober men to represent the Money to loanat lowest market rate I 14octlm. Write Gentry V&. Setterllnd. Chipley Fla.23sept. ...... ..a)33:36() .(:% .. .............Roberts............. .'.11:331'1:19: .14..... .' C
Planters' Live Stock Insurance Co. of repaired and repainted of interest I _ _ :: ..-... .6:15 -3:45 .4:40 ....._J.OHve.............: ,. :%:,. %: .7:15 .....
.. Thomaevllle, Ga. For particulars Address ; floats built J.to order; horse Mortgages on real estate. in this city WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP We ...... .61. .:::. .':.. ....... ........ rent.............. .J'll.l1'12O4: .,: ... .
Pierre O Russell Tallahassee Fla. Reference shoeing Co.WANTEDThe.a specialty. G. Welsh Car- bought and 'old. are now in our new quarters 214 East PANAMA CANAL EDITION of Tho .... 6:21: -3:5-I: 1 .'::51. ............ Goulding ............ ,!/'llll'IZOI: : 7:05.: .
Capital City Bank. Tallahassee riage All of the Maxent Tract west of .C' Inttndencia, and prepared .to do ev ry- Journalamagnificently illustrated .:. .. .. 6.3. 4.001 5.0(1, Ar.. . .. .Pt'nsaroJa..J.v 11:05 11:55 700.
street now for sale. thing in wagon and carriage building and magazine containing scores o* view* of .
n& 8{ Septlrno.' Merchants Transfer Co. repairing H L. Herrins City 14oct I the city and harbor. Fo. salet al! iiii--i: I\ I, I, \ IffI
AN'TEJAt once. white nurse for children. wants your moving and hauling. All book stores or at The Journal office.. By Pali ) I. i 1 DIU
Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept % .1 breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors. n, lVSIC-11iss: Caivthon* Studio 186 mall 20 cents. llsept2uc Too....... ..... 1:00 Lv..PensaCOla.Ar IIOiiItj....... .... FishBras
Proprietor. Phone 97*. Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special I a 7:13 ............Bohemia............ I......\ .... ... I
;W..L.'l'E.D--\t one office.carrier attention given to corre.:'f breatVng: and PURCHASES the receipt for the finest I 5:20..S. .J. 7:15..Gull Polnt........... i'10:33.:; .... ... fres
: boy Apply at this WANTED-AU kinds electrical work.I Fisher Real Estate Agency placement Miss Beatrice \\hitc takv I of cosmetics. Box :336 City. S .... ... .........YnICl5tra............ F...... :...... ... W
sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand pupils in primary piano elocution and I %:"' ,ti.rr.qeI S 5:29..S .. !;(' ............ .10S...... .. ''Ma
other electrical supplies When you OF RENTS A dramatic art. Phone 1284,. Miss Caw- . .
BOARD AND ROOMS. need me ring.345 or 955. E W. Peake. COLLECTION thon; 810 Miss White. 14octTARRNCB I FOR SALE-A' baToom and all fixtures : 5:43..S;: .::: :: :::::: :.::: //:1::::::::::::::::. .: : ::..

New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden SPECIALTY. pool and billiard tables etc. In a line C .. '1:35 ......Galt City............ .... .... -
& ADAIR, Livery De- location. At a bargain if sold at 6:02..i.- ... .. -

1 FOR Call RENT or address* Two J. A.unfurnished Billingsley.rooms 14 E. WANTED-Second-hand wanted. If out sacks of town.of all ship descriptions Phone 87. 205 S. Palafox St. or Fur.lak day; ;new single rigs or good double service teams."polite ni?ht Address box 103 City. J"ept once. : 6:35..:::.::.:..:::..:: :::.. ::.:.:.::::?. :riange...-..::::::::::-:.:;.;:; ;::..::.::::. -

Government street 16oct2wFIRST them to us. If Intown, ring us ip: at .No. drivers. Give us a triaL hone 59. FOR SALE-Four good schooners, suit- C 16...... ........ 8:3 .............JoliDlJan.........._. 9:12 .... ...
': -CLAbS rooms and board by day I 334 or bring them to MS at corner of CoctlmDRAWING" able for"lake, sound and.n\'er. Ad- 8:38 ............Crestvlew............ : ........ .
; week or month at 22 East. Garden. Chase and AlcanU; Sts. F. S. Mellen & dress *M. care Journal. 21aug C 7:40..s... 8:51 .......f..Deer Land........... .................. (
' 13oct2w Co. 2sjuly -Of aH k'nds: Hnll. Englre. I 8:33..S. 9:10.. ..........11ossy head..S, ....... .. -
; I i rUE STOfl1Has Patent OBce machine and misc. madeat FOR SALE-A pottery works with steamengine 9:16 ............. 9:35. .......Def.uniak prings....... .8:33... ......,. .. t
PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to reasonable rates. Pateittable ideal: <3elewped steam drying room moulds S 9:30. .. ...... .. .
board on North Hill second door from *alI boats, lauracl *:<. Address and everything complete for earning on 9s. :::::: ::::::.: ::;::.:::.Poree DeLeon.:::::::. :::.'.... .

ear llne. JTor" particulars address No.8' LOST. W C. McGowan. Pe acola.. Fla., 9* ptlm business together with the finest bed oJ 10:1%....... .......r14t ............"..estviUe............ ........ (
' East Strong.._lipctlm IL j ------ -- pottery clay In Escambia county. Located 10:%!........ ....... ;;[ ............CaryvIUe............ ......I.. .
TWO FURNlSHED or unfurnished rooms not affected the values of Real MATTRESSES OVATIDew tick right in the city. Apply to or ad- ): '............. 10:30 ......-:.....;.. !,.......... ......:. . I
for rent for light housekeeping Phone LOST-Ship boat, marked "Noach VI" Estate in this city $L00.. The buildIngs furnished if desired Guaranteed. dress. R. P. Reese. ISseptf 11:1% .............10:4 .. ........ ....Chll'ley............. V(14 ......!. ..
' I tO2. or apply room 3, 204H South Pala- of Kungsbacka. in stern: .was lost from and wharves that were destroyedwill Carpet taken Watson up and.. Parker matting&. Reese laid. Leave SALE-Nice 11:29.:............ 10:58 ...... ..Aycock.... ,". .. ...... .'. ..
lloct I alongside my ship Saturday night 13th orders;. : Co.'s. FOR home, good location for 11(3... ..... ..... 11:0: ....,.......COttondale........... .......!. .
October 1906. Reward for return to B. be replaced by more substantial sept chicken farm. Enquire Cnas. Lorange .: ...... ......11. ;>> !farianna........_.. .... ...... .
TWO FURNISSIED BOOMS for rent. Andersen Master Swed. bark "Noach i buildings. Pensacola has before it F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well Jr.ll- 1912 West: Jackson St. 10octl6t 1:4( ...... ...... .11:4 .............C-pr ss............. 5:3'.,.. ...... .. .
Telephone Sad bath donnected. 1202 E. VL" 16oct the brightest fall of its future., I have ers for saw mills and turpentine stil'sspecially. FOR SALE-Good .1:5;;........ ..... .11:5% ..........Grand Ridge.......... ........ .. .
: Oadsden_lOoctlw made arrangements to take aH the : Gereva, Ala. and Gracevllle out one ten ft.mowing self dump machine ,5 ft : ...;........ .1O ad8...........;; i:3\\.... ... .....
BOOMS FOR RENT-With privilege of LOST-Brown fore-collar fur. Lost on I Fla Prepared to put wells trom 4 to 12 hay rake one 2-section all steel all steel Junction......... ,... ...'. .. .
fight housekeeping; use of bath and Tarragona street between 32 E. Gregory property offered below its market inches dIameter. and from 1Jot! to 16 ; phone on car line. Appl/ 90Q East Jack- and Wright streets. Reward for returnto I value. If you are afraid of Pensacola depth. Satisfaction.guaranteed. IXneJraJ wood hot blast.tank heating force stoves burn coalor _-_ AM j
one
I fen. : TpQtlm* 32 -Gregory street. 16octlw' Real Estate bring it to me, I will buy. ., H. PORTER. sallmaker 716 South 1 bbl per.; minute; one Aermotor pump,wind capacity mill, Trains 21 and 2% and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between b t' ,,-

t FOR 11ENT-One cr two newly furnished LOST-Gold eyeglasses and chain. Return -:.it from you.Some! Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. one twenty-inch foot power tinner's cola and JacksonvIlle ,1z, River Junction and-r Seaboard :AIr Line.

.. front rooms; southern exposure; with to John Coiums 312 West Gadsden awnings! amp stools and house cots, shear;. 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine Trains stop on signaL
privilege of phone" Vo. 3o8.: Location Street 13oct3t etc. Prices reasonable. 3lJan double barrel hammerlesa shot gun; Mar-
T dNirable and aear buulne center, 422 Money In These.A Ihi repeating rifle 3Z-<>albre. G. t;. Bard- .II-
W. Gregory.: 21eptlm I LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN One SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oerting sitar Bluff Springs Fla. 26 SepUm' V -- 1

FOR RENT-Room* cheap; real newly I.!!red white' half-hound and black dog.spotted Last hound dog; one quarter block (5 lots) cur 12th &: Co. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Legal Advertisements. Pensacola St. Andrews and
: clean furnished rooms sultab'e! for ; :38 l three miles north of seen September street and 18th avenue,, overlookingthe and grocers. Only Erst-class! houseof FOR SALE- One dwelling 202 East '"
light housekeeping on the hilL. Location : Holly Liberal kind In city. Fair prices te alL Church street If bought at once can V
reward for inforrrfation Bayou one of the highest points Gulf Steamship Co.
<:_ Ugh and healthy. Close to car lIne.i leading to be had cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. recovery., Address Newsom Harwell. Holly in New City, two blocks from car line CARRIAGES repaired ar" repainted. butcher chop corner Intendencla and 'OTICE OF PUBLICATION. .
Fla
or M. W. Marshall Pensacola. Barcelona. of the'Interior, Land Officeat STEAMER TARPON.
Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug Fla. very cheap at $1100.A Floats built to order. Horse shoeing -23aug Depf-rtment I
: lloctlw a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Corn- Gaine8\1Ue. Fla,. Ottober 8, 106. : V W. G. BARROW, Master
LOST-Between Southern Hotel and the block 300 feet front on Bayou pan). 21 feb Notice is hereby given that Mullen Flowers FIRST-CLAS PA EXGFR .."&;
{ Union depot on Garden Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't of Dyas, Ala., has filea notice of his FRblGHTbERVICU.
: or Palafox
: SHOP I ,
hi EDUCATIONAL. :MILTON TJPHOLSTERIXG -Willie GA. FLA. RY. intention to irke final 'five -
j I street reward one for HKaret return to diamond Cashier ring Southern Good touched by the water and not a singletree Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing & ALA. in support of his claim vu: year Homestead proof PENSACOLA." -Between-MOBILE APALACH1CC-

BARTON MASON will Express company. lloctlw blown down. One of the prettiest of an kinds carpets laid furniture CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE l-Jntry No. .33.312, made December 7, 1903. LA, CARRABELUE. ST AN
i: ns. TOLA of Shorthand and TypewrltlnI open. sites for a residence and the packed for shipping. Phone 61 Tallahassee Fla. to Atlanta for the EH of AE% (or lot 1). Section CREWS. MILLVILLE
....1. a school Next to Tampa landing 1 22aprU 4 Range
15. Township north $4
< either at 314 S. Altanlx of Pensacola west and St. Andrew Bay car
;.' I October 10. Apply est in the city $5,000. And all points on
or Typewriter Exchange, U3'z. sar'l MATTRESSES AND" FURNITURE.. Ga. that said proof will be made before the rabelle and ApalachicolaSCHEDULE. .
Brent building. 2octlm. HOTELS.BROWN Mattresses made to order, old _ones Clerk of the. Circuit Court. at Pensacola. .
f Wanted.A renovated. New ticks furnished. Second .- ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT Florida on November 30,-1906. lie names Leaves Pensacola SundaY. 8 'i'\ 'JI"
; :, MISS GEORGIA SENSIBA. gradnate of hand furniture bought and sold' Upholstering to the following witnesses to prove his con for Mobile. Ala. .
If 1 Knox College. Illinois and Ferris house in good neighborhood and and repairing done. 114 E.Bclmont Southwest Georgia and West tinuous n-sldpnce.upon and cultivation of Leave Pensacola Tuesday *> 'II.
Kindergarten College Mich. will open HOUSE-DeFunlafc Springs. St. city. Phone 771. Davis Nil! land -vizLuke"' Flowers, cf Bay for St. Andrews. MHlvlll A" '
district
1 business for
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.. a Kindergarten and Primary School. October Good beds airy rooms. elegant meals; near about Mfg Co. C. T. Paris. Mgr Florida. Minette. Alabama. W Beck, ot Bay Carrabell and intermediate P'J
1. at her home, 812 12th street free bath and sample rooms. Special $3,000.List. Minette. Alabama. Mallery Flowers of For additional Information ;: ,
Terms. $3.00 per month tSseplm attention to traveling men. Rates ,!00 H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet Via Ray Minette Alabama; S. S. Boyett. of I J. R. SAUNDc '*
t;::: per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. I your property with me for sale. Iron Worker, cornice work and sky Steamer Lines Carrabelle BaT :Minette Alabama. W. G. Robinson. E.R. COBB '
lights a specialty; roofing guttering and Register. ,oct 16oaw 5w General Frt. and Pass. Alt0cc
f FOR RENT.FOR HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the repairing. 31$ South Palafox fit Phone V J J' Fla. cacola. Fla.
)'ear. American and European plan. 1316. 2junelm Notice for Publication-Department of .. L
Special summer rates. First-class In the Interior land office at Gainesville.
> RENT-Some nice stores on East every respect. Pleasant and conven J.. W. Bullock Jr.' GA., FLA/&ALA.RY. Fla, Sept. 10. 1906 Notice is hereby .. .
Mrs. T. L. Bowen : ptven that ).Irs. October ,
Government street, cheap rent The ient. Prop. Pensa. BARBER SHOPS.; Rachel C. Irwin of Mary Pensacola. Fla. on
Low rate*. quick service to Tallaha-. Esther Fla, wltnvs'-
I Real Estate ljuly .cola. Fla.BAT Uapr __ __ hiss Wed notice of her In names the following
4 Fisher Agency.. Real Estate and .Mortgage Loans; **e and Quiicy Fla. Bainbrldge Arling tention to.make final five-year proof in her continuous residence upon
MILTON-When visiting here have your ton and Cuthbcrt Ga. support of her claim via Homest 4.; FOR room RENT for-rent A. R.suitable BIngham for has furniture storage HOTETr-Open plan. Rooms night light and and day.clean.European Cor. Government and DeLuna St... tonsorial work done by Ira Clothes){1ms. willing For Rates and Information write top Entry No. 3085%. made May: 17, ISOt %for Mary Bather Fla., John K : "t
;t.;. trade solicited. I II street opposite jaiL and : H. 1I \VILLIA Lot Section 12, Township 2 S. Range Mary Esther, FUu T C B-' FIii
575.'al&Iox. J.
101 and 106 Transient IS
or other goods. South Tarragona South hats cleaned Convenientto 'c -
and repaired. "f
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Box 173. Phone 637 24 W, and that Fla.. Sam Z. Goeza'! .
Bald Esther ,.
; street. Phone (39. II j i Jo.. S. Nlcolau, Prop. i hotels. Phone 63. t&xog proof will be made '
i'f I G.F..4. P.. A. Bainbrldge Ga. before the clerk of the circuit court at cola. Fla. W G Robinson. KcsH ::'
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TUESDAY
M-ORNING.'OCTOBER
16, 1906.
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(rr- '..' ;flouedC. ; ..-,:,. MARKEl REPORT L Ppz3 ;*- 1-\ :- 4a DIRECTORY: { ,




+ d I;>u'It' ::. Savannah: NAVAL Ga.. Oct.STORES.15.-The naval. PROFESSIONAL.T. .


WW stores..market........closed.......today.......as...follows.....5 90: For G. YATES: M. D.. ;
started all right "G .......,*..............,.........5 70 i
N ......... ..... .... .. 60
scd luckily for Jack it ended all right M ......... .....:: .:::. 500 OPtmlan.3O6 f
-All on account of Vulcanite" too. K .H.........;...........:n........i.75
I ......... ........... ........ 0 + Thiescn Building.
"Vulcanite" It .. ...... ........... ........ 45

Roofing G P ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::4.20 4.25 to to 4 435.40 ..
Frederick AiicftU.
F : F. M. Blount.

O the only roof covering that makes C I> ::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::425 410 4.00 AUSFIELD &: BLOUNT ;; ;.

economical building possible. It Spirits Turpentine, 65\ cents. :5Oyears Architects h E

pats a roof on your house that not only 1 312.314 Brent Bldg.. 43 Motes Bttfo, l'' '
costs PENSACOLA COTTON. PeneaceU, Fla. Meirte.etnery, Am. .
a a trifle but The following Pensacola quotations are

j Lracs it looks lasts and famished tots and importers by J. P.:Connor &; Co., Iac- WM. A. BORMANS, ; !p

ashact is better than all Good Strict Middling Middling ................ .1015-18 1013-1C Architect and Superintendent ;,

others. ,Middling ........:::::::::::::::::1011-1C office-acs Brent:vitrirag, :
Strict Low Middling ................10% PensacoU. la. :I

\ ''' send Tondon'thayet0 out of town New York New Oct.York 15.-COtton Futures. futures ; And over, Schlitz beer has been famous HICKS';- i ** A

for It either; It opened firm. October, 11.30; November,
Is for sale right 11:30 bid, December, 11.30, January, 11.27, CPUDINE
3 here in February 11:39: March. 11:45.;) April. % I. because of its
town bj>> 11:41; May, 11:50; July 11:62. ; purity., ..When it was brewed <3lLe 7 Kgfi CURES :

Real Estate Transfers. I-

A. M.\ Avery Hardware Co. in hut it ALL' _ACHES__ i
a brewed AM I'f
was "'!
Following !s a list of the real estate by a master aim-
transfers recorded yesterday furnished by tJalWdllh &l1n&.f
the Pensacola Abstract Co.:
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DEEDS.C. <
E. Merritt to 1L F. Skelton-Lots 17 ing at ideals. $
; and$125.18, in block 113, New City tract- new Now our output exceeds I-' : NOTICEThe :

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TI i Wounds Bruises and Burns. -a million j Woolley Sanatdrium,tie only Institute ...

TURPt41lL1 aabl. By applying an antiseptic dressingto barrels annually. Our agencies in tie United States where tM 's, ': ,

wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habits ;.
before inflammation sets in can be cured without exposure, and .

they may be healed without maturation dot the whole earth. Yet still with so much ease fop the patient. Only ? -
and in about one-third the time we double .(. r 30 days time quired.+ Describe : ; \
required by the old treatment. Thisis TOUT cass and I will write you as 1 \ ,' .
the greatest discovery and triumphof opinion as to what. I can accomplish ; ? '

ter. modern surgery. Chamberlain'sPain the necessary cost of our brewing to make .1 for TOO. Ask yew family physldaa ; ,
Balm acts on this same princi- to investigate Dr.' B. M. Wool ley,104 i ';
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ple. It is an antiseptic.and when applied N. Pryor Street. Atlanta, Gar: i
to such injuries, causes them to '
certain that the \
heal very quickly. It also allays the product is pure. '

pain and soreness and prevents any SECRET SOCIETIES. :.fir :
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a ,
GULF CITY COFFEE CO. bottle of Pain Balm in your home PENtAC04.A LODGE "0. .. .: ; V t
and it will save you time and money \ Common beer PensacoU Lodge No.3. K. of P. S .
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. not to mention the inconvenience and usually, costs you just as o'clock meets every at their Monday temporary evening) Cbstte at HU 7.30 I IH

Roasters Blenders and Shippers of suffering such injuries entail. For over' Pous stable, West Intvodencia. St. ; ,:
YUitiag brethren cordially w toome4. -i *
sale by all druggists.
E. H. DENNARD. C C. %,,,i r:
Fine CoffeesOUR Quality Counts-Use Ask for the Brewery Bottling._ 'HI U C h as 1 H. HORSLER. K. cf R. 4 s. -*i : ,;

COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. ; ; .
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.TYPEWRITER. LIGHT HOUSE BREAD.Pfelffer's Meetings of the \ : .

Steam Bakery.SHIPPING To avoid being imposed upon, see that the cork or crown is branded SchlItz., are Knights feefc at of their Columbui hall. I '..' : i.
: No. 8 West Intendeatla .l .:

... Monday street evening, 'on at every 7:31 "t 11
., o'clock. .Aa Jnrlta- '{ <1
NEWS 4. tion is *xtend 4 t.
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I. Tlsitint; Knights.
REPAIRS JOHiT B.JOKES. : }6.
J. S. LEONARD Grand Knlht. .i 1!
-- Recorder.
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Arrived. :- I \
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Having secured the services of an expert Euterpe, Br as, Wale, 2293, Las II I DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. ;.. i'. I .
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughter of w'i
repairer we beg to notify the public
Paltnes to Gulf Transit Co. '
Rebecca, meets every Monday night at
that we are now prepared to overhaul l
adujust or rebuild all makes of typewriters Ellen Dan bk. Gredericksen, 160 S o'clock ta T. O. O. F. halL Visiting ,'I.':
and adding machines and cash regis- Buenos Ayres to McK Oerting & Co. ", ,i sisters cordially Invited to be .present. F .OJ<5 ;
fill- ; MRS J. T. PULUA){. N. G. s :
Estimates
ters. All work guaranteed. '
ed. Telephone us and we will send for Steamship MRS. HATTTS: SEVILLE Sec. F- t ,

your machine.and estimate.or call and make an examination Acacia, Br ss, Thomas, 1848, Bnenos RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. i t t: t r'' t
Ayres to Gulf Transit Co. Rathbone JU>d % J *. 30. Knights of I! ; 1 .
Pythias, meets every Thursday nljrht t at r >
August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke. Phone 16 Caatle Hall. U.rab.r* of sister lodge J'> ,, r
PensacolaTypewriter 2967, Newcastle on Tyne to Gulf and visiting brethren cordially invited ; ;\1
Transit Go.Axminister. The Lewis Bear Co. to attend. J M. ROPER, C. C k I '

Br ss, Spink,. 1231 Ha Main and Palafax Sts., Pensacola C. J. LEVEY. K R. & 3. t -

ExchangePHONE vans' to master. :M. B B. A. No: 61. meets flret and :
Benedict, Br ss, Roberts, 1758, third Wednesday evening at 7.30 A. r. ;
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Rafford Hall No. 19est Int rlenclaJ. l I
1369 Kingston to S. P. Shotter Co. street. A. G. FELL pa : ,
Degama Br BS, Keene 2245 New The Beer L. SWEENET, Secy. ,(
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3J3-3I5! Brent. Building Orleans to A. A. Brown & Co.. PENSACOLA LODGE NO.4. 1.0.0.F 1 1

E. O. SaKmarsi, Br ss, Rogers, Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O. O. F.. 11 'M
2319 Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. meets every Thursday evening at 7.SO t tat "
1729 Hamburgto the new hall on Belmont and Bay I enstreeta. ,- '.. i-I
CLOTHES Ibex Br. as, Rinks .
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Visiting brethren; cordially in- ;
CLEANED AND PRESSED.To order. That Made Milwaukee famous.Good vited. B. R. WITKOVSKT: N. G. ;- 'tf '
have your fall and winter clothe Ida Aust ss, Hreglich, 2093, New A. KERLE. 8e cleaned pressed and repaired and put in Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. W. O. W I t i
good condition send them to us. We Kirkstall. Br ss, Hinde Colon to Live Oak Camp 'Ne. 1, W. O. W! t- i Y .
do everything in that line and guaranteecur master. meets In Pythian hall the 1st and Ira i :
work. Ladies' work a specialty. Gentlemen Wednesdays In each month. Visiting i
'a membership rates $1.00 per Tapton, Br ss, Tratters, :2300! Mon Elvereigns cordially\ Invited. t. t f t
month. All work called for and delivered. tevideo to master. MKI, i C. CL F;-
Pnono' 1373 LESLIE E. : -l I t tf
Tugela. Br. ss, NIcholl, 2141, Car. ff
ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, C.W.LAJiAI.President JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Caspar. '
duff to H. Baars & Co. M.E.CLARK,Vice-president and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant CasUw. o- : ft i ,
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STREET
9 E. INTENDENCIA
Vidar, Nor ss, Aruesen 1084 Suguala
WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER. Grande to Hyer Bros. Advice Should PENSACQIA ELECTRIC COMPANY f, ;1.t : : tf+

Ships. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ; 'i-I r i -
Avanti Nor Anderson, 1648 ; ..
Florida and Alabama ship, Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam ; t'
London to order. OF PER SSCOLA, ILL Train and Electric Car Schedule. I < .:
Ferreira, Port ship, Barros 506, Lb.bon Effective June 19,1935. t-. ;'.
LAND COMPANYManufacturers to master.Canada : Not Be Opera House Building. i<
Neglected'As BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND BIG I' ,
Br. ship. Spurr 2237, Rio DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. BAYOU. ,'
ol Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Lv. PenaaOOla,. :
LV.
and Dealers In Ingrid Nor. ship Dannell, 1260 I, CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. 1 a.m. i:00 p.rn. 4:10: IUD Big Bayou.1O.JO p.m. I'
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS, SHINGLES Antwerp to McK. Oerting & Co. 7 Lm. 10:00 p.m. 130 a.m.11:30 p.m. \

AND KILN.DRIED SAP. Lena. Ital 'ship, Tassara. 1581, London the voice of financial experience will tell you, I; DIRECTORS. 1 I Lm.Lrn. llOO: p.m.:30.:30 a.m.a.rn. f.

I to order. it is harder to, keep money than it is to make it. ;i Henry L, Covington, Frank ReHly F. E. Browner 10 11''a-m.a m. 1010 am f' ..;
Barks.Afredo
Received. Therefore the of of I J. M- Pfeiffer W. S. Rosasco. C. W. Lamar, 11 noon 11:30 12:30: Lm. _':
bk. Maragas retaining p.m.
Just Uruguayan means part your earnings Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders, 1 p.m. 1:10
: ,,
Dill Imported Pickles,Macaroni Sauer Kraut., Sweet Mackerel OH Cheeses.CodFish 987. Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. afforded by this bank, should be taken A. M. Avery, W. H. Mitten, 0. E. "'aura, J D.m. %:4 0 p.m.p..JII. J : .:
Alfhlld Swed bk STensen. 13S2 dvan'I'I 110 -
W. L Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerttng ip.p.m. p.m. !
Onions Pilot t
figs Feet Spanish
Bread:: French Navy Bread. Everything Durban to master. tage of by every person who desires to Alex Mc o"ln. C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. too 1:30: P.IL ,
fresh and new. Andrea. Nor bk, Quale 114, Durbanto wealth. tf p.m. 6.oe ::=t to lr
1
Witch Hazel. $100 per gallon. master. ftlrty tiepslt tues for rent stJUO$ $JJJI end $S.DO the ,ear. Prima apartment te0 P.IL 1:15 p.- .'

Marine Grocery Company. Avon, Ita2. Mi, Avegno 147Y Genoato Deposits received from $1 up, and 4 per cent interest la connection for the convenience of customer 6:35 1/10: P-D p.m.. 1:10 1:00 p.m.p.lllo J.

1 V. J. VIDAL Manager. master. paid thereon compounded semi-annually. '.10 p m. 1:00 p-m. ": t
L Campbell Nor bk. Hausken 1100, Four p..cent int.restPaid on Tim Deposits. 1:00 1I.m. ":14 p.m. ; I i :,-
Stavanger, to McK. Oerting&; Co. '.3. p.rn. 1:00: p.m. .

. Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen, 557 I 3:00 p.a. o.J7. 6:36 pm.'Saturday z. t!
Fleetwood to order. +
Hereford Nr bk. Jensen, 1380, BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND FORT I f : -

SomethSomething ing New Rosario to order. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF Penucota.BARRANCAS.Lv.. Fort. Barrancas. .
! 1354 NATIONAL BANK
Heimdal Nor. bk Hensen, THE .CITIZENS T:IS am.SO 1:00 aja. t- m
Hull to order.Humberto ': a.m. 11a.m.111S .
, Span. bk., 1111, Battle, PENSACOLA. FLA. PENSACOLAA 11:00 a-m.* pja. '
IS 60 p m. 200 p m.

j Fine Havana Isabel to Browne order., Bus bk. Lindquist, General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative t C::50 20 .. .. (10 7.00.Lv. PA. : .

1231 Hull to master. Designated Depositary of the! United States.W. Basis. S:;to p m.* 3:60 ::t t

II, Nor bk Johnsen only. :
I King Oscar M. Bushnell. Cashier. Steam train leaving Pensacola at 715a.
-R.
Xha'shat we are 752, Rosario to A. Zelius. H. Knowles President W. K. Hytr, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. Correspondence Solicited m.. will atop between Pensacola and IJ IJSaturday
i : Lilla, Nor bk, Aanonsen 1030, San- Thos. W. Brent, Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. Big Bayou only to take on passengers for I l

1 I putting on the mar- tos to order. Directors-F.C. Brent, W.A. mount W. H. Knowles W. K.flyer,Jr, points leaving beyond Port Barranca Big Bayom.at i Stoma 10 p.train ra,

ket. It's in the Lluis Uruguayan bk., Lopez 700 D. G. Brent. will top between Big Bayou and feasa- :
; shapeof ................... ....... oil from beyond ,
Havana to order. ....................... .. cola only t9 pot passengers yr;

a small, all-Ha- Maria, Ger bk, .French, 1022- Kings make Big au atop Each Other alectrU steam car trains makes win i.

,- five ci- Lynn to master. all C
vana cents Negpore, Nor bk, Gjerdsen, 1128, T'stopabov.soloedak, and regulations -:.a, ,

gar. It is called East London to A. 2elius. 1J60, 4NSNNNS....... ................. il Witcher Zemurray & Co. i subject Local to change Freight without Regulations.notice. :-t'I t
Noach VI Swed bk, Burgfeldt, Freight snipped by the t'IS a. m. ;
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Port Natal to order. ;( train will b* received oaly for petals I
The Gonzalo Olivari Hal bk. Costa, Genoa to order beyond Big Bayou, and will not be re- d# j
Commission Brokers. calved later tnea 7-06: a. m. AD other ; .l
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Week Day trains leaving Pecacola sot ; I.
bank 4
Superb. Nor bk UUch, 1934 Anyerp Deposit your money In .a savings at later than J:50 p. m, carry freight for I '
"Babies"It Co. when the ,Pensacola Home and Savings any point but freight will not be r.. r: i
to A. Zelins &; per cent., New Orleans i calved later than 10 mint* Wore scheduled 1".1
Schooners.Donna i Association will issue paid-up stock Pensacola and departure of train Tb S:00 a. ra. i I
is manufacture Christina. Am sch, :McLeod' you 820 Common. Sunday train may carry lS4ht perishable. !
tJ bearing interest at 5 annum 11 W. Intondonela. freight tinder some ctrcumstaneesby special t ;j-
165. Belize to master. per cent. per pays rmiselon. Electric: oar will not ,
for and
expressly us Domira, Br sch; Reddle, 2001, St able semi-annually. carry freight or package of af flescription. I J. 1 -
d' is winner. Call for Lucie to master. Stocks Grain Provisions except n>adicln a tseed- i
a Freddie Heucken Am sch, Bryant, H. G. DeSILVA.' A. GREEN;; HUT, J. 8. Reese, R. M. CARY, \ \ Cotton I ed. Shippers are requested to : 11
IB mind that Iaoonveai nc4 ,
the President. Vice-President. Treasurer. Secretary. regulation ; ;
r. them. They are_ 475. Havana to 'master.Hjabuar I .Directors-H. G. DeSllva, A. Qreenhut Knowles Hyer, A. V. bought and sold on margin or for investment. may notThese 'be oauMd. 1
:
best yet. : Am sch, Axelsen. 55, Tam. Clubbs, C. H. DOlT, O. E. Msura, Sol Cahn. i chance without freight notice.rcguIaUoas subject t* f- { ,;

1.. 1 pat to order. 43 South Palafox. : Any further tniormatlon regarding pas- ''"
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Given Attention.
Out-of-Town Orders Special to the general ome. of I;
\ PUBLIC SALE. ................... ............................. the had compBy.paMengers by applytng. 1 r :
'z;: < are requested ti ;.4
Ther will be offered, to the highest t Wires. Telephone No. 1173. I promptly report to a1ss .any t .
bidder on Tuesday October. 16th, 1906. Direct Private inattention ta duty ormdiscourtesy oa :
The at 10 a. m, at the office of Robert the part of employee and to make tj>.- !t
Tuemler & Co, 531 Brent building for : dfle criticisms of .errte*. -
account of whom it may concern the City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. JOHN W LEADLET. I.1 ,
German bark Marie. her tackle and apparel. Manager l! .
i vessel to be taken by purchaser in :
'lewis Bear Co. the condition and position she now lies. Denomination! ?1,00000 each. _Dated January 1st, 1906. Maturing January 't ;
Will also be sold at the same time the 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. 1st, '193 J. Interest Payable Seal-ABanally.. .' r

ree cargo now on board feet consisting of pitch pine of about sawn WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN CREW Neither NOTICE.the master, ..... '-I
32.000 superficial delivered <
i Wholesale Dealers, lumber.- Terms. CAPT of"sale WILH., cash FRENCK. AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. The Journal by earner to a British ere nor MMmskla conslneee"AIIeIawin of lie." I' ,!'

of Master. : be rwponslbte for debts ,.1

;! Pensacola Fla. VESSEL THE PLACE HAS BEEN OF SALE CHANGED OF ABOVE FROM The Peoples Bank of Pensacola TMS L contracted H.by INGRAM.JNCX the crew. ofeald t ,1 I

ss: OFFICE TO ALONGSIDE VESSEL ON door for J lOc per week A. MERRTTT ft CXJ. iUMe*. ,

., AT EAST 10:30It.SIDE. M.OP TARRAGONA- WHARF, Pensacola, Fla your ISoct I

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i SUIT STYLE ANDQUALITY MA fOR'S CRITIC I- Quality." _..s The-fact that SCHNAPPS 1 U


Dn d Ad' is so
Mayor Bliss Resents Abuse :
a -Alt thatitisthcbestchewthestandardm
t I Will TEST THE ,

and Misrepresentationof & IJ Ar flat,.plug., :Other plugs are made to imitate

the Evening .v. Ad, thesiz.and.shapandcolorofSCHNAPPS T
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Style in Men's Suit is a mighty EOQd thing STAND PIPE Paper. :, :: ._ .. AJother tags are made to look like SCHNAPPS YJ

-you want it; and you'll get it if you ,.. ; F tags-yet there are more pounds of SCHNAPPS

: f come here. But mere style is not enoughyou MAKES EXPLICIT STATEMENT OF ,f'. ': .-. Al chewed annually than all other similar tobaccos.

want quality and Good Tailoring TODAY -

a.nd style that stays. That's why it pays to HIS POSITION AND, INCIDENT --

buy your suits from the "Old Reliable. ALLY, STATES A REASON FOR -

THE NEWS' POSITION ON THE

Big Structure Was Repaired i WATERFRONT PROPERTY QUES--

$10.00 to $35.00 Yesterday and Will Be I TION.


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Filled With Water f fi

i Editor Pensacola Journal:

Bargains in storm damaged articles. Today.A I The Daily News is devoting a great

deal of space to abusing and misrepresenting -
the mayor of the city, evidently

test of the stand pipe of the Pen-. for a purpose, and while the in- I SCHNAPPS is made of only choice selections of wen matured, thoroughly cored

sacola Water Company will be made formed place little if any credance and in I leaf,and in factories as clean as the cleanest kitchen,situated in the very heart of the greatest att
to-day by the company to ascertain its columns, yet to the uninformed
whether or not the repair, which people out of town, it is more or less t chcwicg tobacco growing country, by men of 1ie-long experience" in tobacco manu-

THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists were completed last night, are satisfactory misleading. I do not feel that I wouldbe 1 v factoring, and who have directed the R.J.Reynolds Tobacco Company since 1875.

and if the: big structure will doing justice to either myself or SCHNAPPS has the pleasing,appetizing aroma which created and popularized
hold water. Workmen have been engaged the city to pas these gross misrepresentations ,
the fondness for chewing. Expert tests prove that it requires and takes a smaller EA'
in making: repairs sincethe silently, for my silence
out a ': amount of sweetening than, any other kind and has a wholesome, stimulating
hurricane, which damaged the stand would eagerly be pointed as Dl
In Men's and Boys' Wear pipe to such an extent that it was proof that the Infamous charges were and satisfying effect on chewers.

necessary to turn off the'water, but true. : Internal revenue statistics show that SCHNAPPS and other of the TR

it was not until last night that these ':"A large part of the Sunday editionwas l Reynolds brands won enough chewers in one fiscal year to make a net gain
225 205-207 were completed. Now the tank is devoted to the exploiting of a FR
Phone S. PALAFOX
1, of six and a quarter million pounds, or one-third: of the entire increased
to be filled to see if it will stand a "mare's nest" in which the outside
satisfactory test. world would be led to believe the consumption in the United States on chewing and smoking tobacco.

Since the hurricane the water company mayor 'of Pensacola had gone stark ci.c. sure the letters on the tag and under the tag spell a FO

has been depend'ng mx>n the mad and was devoting h energies to : E-C-H-N-A-P-P-S, and you will have the genuine. WI. ..ass
tank on East Hill for furnishing pres-. destroying the "homes" of the "poor' J

....... ... ... .................................... sure to the mains, and this has been pople of the city. From the studious ki.g R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
+ the cause of the mayor notifying the framing of the article many would Winston.SaIcff

company that it was being penalizedat think perhaps hundreds -of "homes". :: Sweetening!
1 the rate of $5 per hour, as provided had already been demolished. _
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I in its franchise, for not furnishingthe Now, the plain, unvarnished truthof Iks; 'eek
AND
COAL WOOD required pressure, the major: alleging the matter is that some of these ,. Than Any Other
: that on one occasion at a fire "poor" people are the largest taxpayers : t

the pressure went as low as 46 in the city of Pensacola and they Deuce

pounds and that the franchise called I could buy the highly estimated Daily _ _ _ _ (
We deliver Ice, Coal, Charcoal and Wood anyi i for a certain stage of water in the I I 1'News plant several times.over and not -

stand pipe at all times. 1I feel it very much, either. The fences.|I nances, take all the public printIng vJ eJ
where in the city. We can supply you in any quantity :1i I'I of which so much is said consisted!1 from The Journal and give it to th-*'| nina
An Awful Cough Cured., .of some driftwood stuck In the sand i News. I flatly refused to do so and ;:J AMUSEl\IENT Alt
service is
and Steam and domestic
our always prompt. i _
"Two years ago our little girl hada and some more strips of drift wood; the immediate order ;was given their) eff
vrJ
'coal.i Wood cut any size. .I. touch of pneumonia, which left her i nailed to it, forming a temporary i ii city manto not visit my office anymore 'r:
with awful cough. She'had I fence worth the wonderful of I Ii ; ui
i an i sum perhaps for news and from that day to It was a very enjoyable performancethat - :
spells of coughing, just like one with i three dollars. The multiplicity i the -- r&v-'E.h.T -hen
I I the present I have been the constant was given here last night by ( -
E. G. SEW ALL i the whooping cough, and some:of "homes" of the "poor people" which! subject of misrepresentation and excellent: company headed by Albert - '
: thought she would not get well at:i the mayor so ruthlessly destroyed and: abuse. Syk*>s, of George Ade's well-knoyn -b I U
: all. We got a bottle of over which the Daily News tore its "Circumstances Alter Cases." musical Joke,,"The Sultan of Sulu. Shy
26 North Tarragona Street: i lain's Cough Remedy, Chamber-I grey and scattered locks of hair i l No doubt had I granted the demands This operatic satire is altogethertoo -
+ like a charm. She stopped coughing I I sisted of a part of one room con'l I of the News and taken the familiar towarrant any extended clot
Phones 614 and 363. : and got stout and fat," writes :Mrs.'i I single shack that was being I printing from The Journal and given I I comment It is enough to say that the elI,

Ora Bussard, Brubaker IlL This seco d"hand lumber. I want to !t to the News, I no doubt would-have|music is as sprightly as ever; the situations ept
: remedy is for sale by all druggists. phasize the fact that all the "homes"* one
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that thefIa"or
....................................................t I over which! the Daily New: has, been II', been 3 patriot or a saint; instead of'a1 as amusing characteristic; and humor mf'a
b.ein? pictured as a cruel tyrant and : of air. Ade's ; -
Phone No. 178 Anto
ranting. so much about consisted solely" i highhanded robber at the present I is in no way impaired by time. vaP.

........................,',...................... Is Now Working. of one solitary partly built room,):lime I would,hare been loudly heralded -, Mr. Sykes was sufficiently amusing lb.:.
t ,9I Sol Cahn & Co. not enclosed without floor or ceiling 1 i as the first patriot mayor who had as the Sultan of Sulu, who becomes"assimilated" Stone At
or even a solitary rafter overhead. to of the too soon and the
ever attempted save any I ; .
And the News reporter was on the I!city's once extensive Holdings. Yes. "judge advocate" of Miss Sheldon was i nir.

Gas Arc Lamps for Stores I INo GLASS ground and knew it to b"e, a fact. -i Mr. Editor, I would have been alII very cleverly done. These are really I Iylit

I AND GLAZING. Mayor States His Position. j I wool, a yacdwida, true bine double-'the leading roles in the little burles-I THE
I I HABERDjiSHERSCARRITT
WELLS, 10 E.
E. B. INTENDENCIA.
There is nothing in Jie situation I II I actIon hair-trisgered. electrically I III quo, and it need only be said that they Mr
that warrants such wild ravings or I equipped. with all modern appliances! were on all sides adequately support- osne
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I IWORKERS I the part of a newspaper or anyone. It I II of statecraft, if I had only given;! the, 0Mr
other lighting agency gives such a SALVATION ARMY is simply a question of fact which I News the public printing. But Ididni J ed.The Sultan's famous "Remorse" MORENO,

:: dear, bright daylight-light the gas : I must be settled by the courts. If the i What a pity (for the News!) sons proved as irresistible as ever, SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONSa?
property in dispute belongs to individuals -.i Now let me whisper something to.: nnc: in fact, all the familiar airs were Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co.
1 arc. They bring busines'and cost i HERE Canton, Ohio.
they are entitled to it and will I
i the pUblic. I have not in the past, I well rendered. Office and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. st. I
'., only + 'I get it.- 'If, on the other hand it does I am not now, and I do not intend in I _ = -hong
+* + I not belong to them, but ,to the city, I the future to ask the News managers "Thorns and Orange Blossoms." --- --

+ then they will never get it if I can< for any advice as to how to run the I Rowland & Clifford's scenic comedy-
ENSIGN AND MRS. CRAWFORD, OF ; HOUSEONE
Seven Dollars | I prevent it. I I city government If I were to take drama. "Thorns and Orange Blossoms OPERA
it I CINCINNATI, TO CONDUCT- The official maps of the city fornear'r : their advice I would undoubtedly mks'! ," a dramatization by Lem B. Parker -
+ one hundred years show the as bin 3 failure of the administration'! of Bertha M. Clay's famous novelof
MEETINGS. prperty in dispute to 6e a street. ..I of i'I NIGHT -ONLY,
as they ,are making a newcaper.Very : the same name, will! be presentedhere
Pensacola Gas I have information that it has ever
Company no :
i respectfnTlv. f to-night. This Is one of the latest Tuesday, October 16.
been but that
anything a street or CIIAS. H. BLISS.
; comedy-dramas making a bid for pop -
: Phone 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. I Ensign and Mrs. Crawford Salvation anyone has ever held any valid titlesto I -- -- -- ular approval, and to say that it is -THE NEW- '
Army officers, of Cincinnati, arrived It except the city of Pensacola. The TEMPERATURE
I would be it mildly. Clifford
.................. .............................+...: in the city last evening and will fact that some land-grabbers *av<>1 1squatted 1 succeeding The play is an exceedingly putting well- Rowland &
I OF 72 DEGREES Comedy-Drama Production.
it sold of it to: Ne
remain until Wednesday night, in the on and some ccnstructsd masterpiace of the play
meantime conducting a series of poor people, does not divest the city 1 he
The maximum temperature yester- with the conventional
MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY wright's art. and
BY LIFE STEAMER WILL meetings here. Ensign Crawford is of its title, no more than does the I r'day' was 72 degrees at %:30 p. In., while,villain masking, under the guise of a'' Thorns ens

ASSURANCE NOW PROCEED the young people's secretary' :: for the rantings of a newspaper.Had i the minimum was 6? degrees at 6 a..1 friend, the,hero and heroine, and the t he 1
Incomes are maintained mortgages ',t. Southern states and is an eloquent I gone before the' storm and arbitrarily EJ. Last year. on the same date mother, unscrupulous in her efforts to Orange Blossoms ear
protected debts secured, nnflevelpoed speaker. Ensign and :Mrs.: Crawfordwill removed the shacks along maximum 71 degrees and the I and
The steamer Fantta, which wag formerly f was rid her son of a wife whom the mother
enterprises guarded, business rendered engaged in the freight and cattle conduct an open air meeting at the beach there :might have been some minimum 68 degrees. with 2.01 inchesof deems undesirable Lem B. Parker. at2in
: safe, investments given permanent the corner of Palafox Government I I ground for criticism, but the storm i rainfall. By I
trade between :Mobile and Cuban After a long series of seeming triumphs -
value and capital preserved. A policy points, but which is now to take the streets to-night at 7 p. m. and on swept the beach clean and I took pos, vice gets the solar pleviw With Edna Earle Lindon as t 4,
Hn THE EQUITABLE does all this, Wednesday night at 7:30 Ensign session of the city's property in th Inch
; ATLANTA NEGRO
place of the steamer Gussie, plying punch, to use a sporting'term., and Violette Beaton.
,; and more-provides! for the family after Crawford will deliver an address at name of the city and ordered the police I
: between Mobile and Tampa, will pro- right prevails. But the course of
your' death. Send us your name. Palafox street Methodist church on powers to allow nothing to bei rebuilt ,. GETS 40 YEARS AN INTENSELY HUMAN' DRAMA, madE
and address.KNOWLES ceed from. this port to Mobile early events in whfch this Is brought aboutIs PLaTES BY A SUPERIOR <_
age "The Future Generation. ther When fences were built ta Uke
!this morning, and will at once take ,Atlanta Ga., Oct. 15.-Robert Bran- most interesting and calls forth And Produced With a Scenic Mounting
BROS.. Insurance I cargo for Tampa. the night to clandestinely get technical ham, a negro, was todayfound guilty round after round et applause. Picturesque and Elaborate. R(
color of Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents.
possession. in order to get self
The Fanita put into port immediately ,at separate trials in the superior i Popular prices will prevail.
title and make possible long and expensive 11iCOffEE :
her rudder assault -
after the storm with court o.f attempted on i
gone, and hag been here since that OldfashionedPaint litigption for the':.; city, I did M's-ses' Mabel and Ethel Law Nothing to Fear. of 'eprac
I b1 -ht to do-I I
date undergoing repairs. Late yesterday I removed as precisely obstructions.I :: rence in a suburb of this: city on Au- Mothers need have no hesitancy In
I afternoon a new rudder was the gust 20, and sentenced to twenty continuing to give Chamberlain's !
vi.itside of the
do not think I
In other work any in each I
placed position and oracle of the Daily News will charge years imprisonment case. Cough Remedy: to'their little ones. as TV
I completed. ._ I it contains absolutely nothing Injurious -
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Cured. I am doing. I know the obstructionsI I This remedy not only perfectly
Sick Headache
If safe to give small children, but We are the Pioneer
The which you are
Sick headache is caused by derangement good paint removed were in the public streetsof C
I ,l1 afflicted with is a medicine of: great worth and Coffee Roasters of
Pensacola. I know further that it
of the stomach and by in- U 't.S ,
lasted so well a generationand I q a weak stomach merit. It has a world wide reputation
them.
was official duty to remove
Stomachand my '
digestion. Chamberlain's U CELEBRATED
I and suffer for its cures of coughs colds and West Florida.McHUGH'S .
Liver Tablets correct these disorders t "There Hangs a Tsl: ?.
and can always be relied
croup
more ago, was simply f To all this of the Dally from upon.
ranting
and effect a cure. By taking I For sale by all 'druggists.
these tablets as soon as the first indication white lead and News there!! hangs a rich and racy tale Bloating, '.c1

of the disease appears, the pure pure 1! which I think the public is entitled to. : ,- Heartburn Phone No., 178 BLENDS |

A FULL LINE attack may be warded off. For sale linseed oil. Paint made of ;i Some months ago I gave the News'an ..,.. ,-..& Poor Appetitek of t
by all druggists. I order for some circulars under the 'W'I.-r.: .. 'tJ;;}' ,:t Indigestion, 'i Is Now Working. the
alone : promise the "price would be right" rDr- i.i.OY &Y%3 Dyspepsia, I 111 t
If there's anything new In SHIP TO, DISCHARG EBALLAST i these two ingredients :The bill came in for $23.; which I regarded ;:. $ > ?'( Lick HeadaChe Sol ,Cahn, .& Co. have no equal. A trial!

4 the realm of fabric or' fashion AT NAVY YARD it ; as extortionate: and when I demurred we.-.r 'ttr% %<;, tJ or Costiveness '
1
is as good to-day as ]I ,
-look here for it. just Mr. Ward stuck for the price, ;r try the Bit- ,NOTICE. will. convince the connoisseur prop
The Russian ship Mermerus, which been Parties having furniture with Robt. b
and contract had agreed
as no
We keep, next to the doingsof arrived in port before the hurricane,j ever was. the To STOMACH ters at oncE,Klnr. phoist rer. will please can for it that we Paw
style-and the prestige we upon I reluctantly paid $25. : at 207 South Alcanlz street, he is dead.
hold with the mills and importers was towed, where down she to will the navy discharge yard yesterday her The only point is to buy fully satisfy myself that the city had jf:1(1i'( i' r: It always'l.'. and it will' be .dispospd Jf,8t vale-u. vailed make no extravagant J!tD'
been largely overcharged, I took a U : cures. for. PAyLIXE EICHOLS.GLJSS cok
explains our advantagein I
rock ballast there being no other brand which copy of the job to the Mayes: Printing' claims. minI
j
the range and choiceness of place available an dthe desiring a jou can: .
navy to'give seat
Jeadevine '
our ,assortments. I the rock for improvement work. i ;. Company and asked Mr.duplicate job,i i..Ji' ,... :: ,...,:"" :.<"' ;. ...... "'" 3S5B AND GLAZING. I and
BIS figures on a
rely on. WELLS
E. B. 10 E. INTENDENCIA.: 'J
Ret l win
Fancy Worsteds? Thibets? :and after carefully figuring he offered 'Wholesale and
Torments of Tetter and Eczema Al-
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Cheviots? Serge? Yes- I layed.. to do it for $9. I 'Said nothing, but felt i i 11 Particular People's DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Soul

'we've got a whole lot' of I The intense itching characteristicof Red Seal that $16 of the city's money had "gone I The firm of Geo. W. Pryor &: Sonsis eeiit

. all of them. r eczema, tetter and like skin dl i 1 glimmering." About this time some' t by mutual consent dissolved. Geo. GROCERSand

We always carry a full line cases is instantly allayed by app'yins I ;one without authority orJ red a duplicate laundry I W. Pryor Jr., and John F. Pryor are
White Lead
of staple as well as fancy I Chamberlain's Salve and many severe! Pure ; of the job at the News or "at1 f the sole owners and proprietors of the all kinds of Feed
...., fabrics-that's how it's an cases have, been permanently cured 'least! the News dapl'c' ; -d the job and" We especially invite I New City Grocery Company. They

; easy matter to satisfy your by its use. For sale by all druggists. i I (Made ly the Old Dntcb Frocess: ) ;sent in a till for $2"2 50. which I re- the work ( I will collect all debts due the,New City Stuffs. RI I
I every whim in weaves. !fused to pay. The News ipad2; rrpat'j o particular Grocery Co., and hereafter
pay any
,. Temporary Location.The !' is guaranteed perfectly ,ed attempts to collect: this money. but!I \ people-the more par- and all debts contracted bY'the neWfimuL I
Better drop around and look temporary offices of E. E. pure. )I would not pay it because I tad not) I
; 'em over. You'll respect thequa1itJ" Saunders & Co. and E. E. Saunders I has the of ,ordered it and did set want it. Be-I ticular they-are the more 1 [ WaterWholesale
It reputation Geo. W. Pryor, Sr., will collect all, Pluto
are now located in j
the collected .
-, the Keyser north end of sides I considered the News had -{ti they appreciate our work I debts and pay all bills of the late firm

building. I years behind it. $7 more money en the first job: m We also do hotel work. I of Ceo.Vt.. Pryor & Sons, and will
i than I could have had both done: for.JAbout I
Suits Tailored to Taste Quality Counts-Use dealer will this time Mr. Hilsoa took I continue the wholesale produce busi- Retail
If and
not
your : ness at lit and 133 East Government atho
j I i charge and bet h.. and Mr. War bejran -} Star I I
SUITS, $20 TO $50. LIGHT. HOUSE BREAD.PTelffer' he _, The> Steam street. adl leave nothing undone to --
it will paylyouto : to make detaaads on me for the I
Steam Bakery. supply you, meet the needs of the merchants of
I. _.... city printing. Up to that time I tad j I the city and country. I will deal onlyI j Grocery Co day
I Pensacola Lodge No. 42. F'. & A. M. I to write to us. given the "News such public pristiclES ,! J Laundry I with merchants. No broken oapkages New Orleans '11crtofi
Regular :
communication Thursday '' .
- insisted that
was possible, bat they -
PERSON & Oct. 18. at 7:30 p. m. I 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114 sent out from my, place of business.
PRICKETT insisted
GARDNER ? NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY i give it all to them. They )i
This Is $014
U Brent c Visiting brothers fraternally invited done to protect the merchantswho '
I T. E. HARVEr Clark Anno and lota Street St., to.,s.Ma, i the News was more friendly to me Pencaccla- Fla. buy of me. Phone or write all Jas. cHugh
- FRANK B. GARDNER, !than The end that I should!
Manager. Journal
B. M.
SOWMON.W tl otlt
iL -" I orders to your humble servant ,
Secretary. ,For sale by first-class dealers. ': {arbitrarily, in spite of the city ozdl-: GEO. W. PRYOR SR. Phone 105. Proprietor

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