The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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T1 Jefferson Davis Passed Train Bearing Body of Rev. Sam Jones ,Met at FRENCH SUBMARINE Investigated By Forest!. ) >.

Away in New York Cartersville.Depot,By Crowd_ of, Several; Hundred BOAT DISAPPEAREDWITH Service, Department of .' "

City Last Night. .. .. =Biographical Sk tchof, the Associated Press. Agriculture. t t

Biserta Tunis Oct. 16.- : f
:--. Noted 'Divine. The French submarine boat

ENDVAS PEACEFULstient w 1<. 'for'Lutin plunging left port this experiments.morning AFTER THE;: TEREDO ;1:

By Associated,*Press. i There are still men In Cartersvillewho Signals received to-night re-

Cbrtersvllle,Ga.,Oct. 16.A special remember having seen him driv- port her disappearance. Tugs F. 1 E
train: bearing the remahai. of Rev. ( ing a public dray over the streets. and torpedo boats 'have gone for Methodto .. E 1

in State of Coma for Sam P Jones, the evangelist, arrived I During this period of his life there in search. She carried a Expert Searching ;

this afternon and was met by'the was scarcely a type of humanity crew of nine men.* 1

Many Hours. city council and several hundred oth- whom he did not touch and all the Prevent Damage. ',. '
Confirmed. ,
ers. All business was suspended dur- while, unconsciously, but none the Report ...
ing the afternoon: The funeral will less surely, he was studying the Paris, Oct. 16.-The min- ., 'f.r,

tl be held Thursday afternoon at two types, learning their weaknesses and ister of Marine has received WOULD BE OF IMMENSE VALUE J' :
'E .TH DUE TO PNEUMONIA! INDUCED o'clock. The remains ,will be takento their strength. an official dispatch from the s
naval commandant at Biserta TO OWNERS OF WHARVES OR :
Atlanta Friday, where they will : .
BY SEVERE COLD GC'NTRACTED I! Turning Point in Life. confirming the sinking of
lug y .
Ile. state at the capitol and then be
r at- hope the submarine Lutin. I FLOATING PROPERTY AS WELL. I j. ,
AFTER RETRURN returned to Cartersville for inter Just the time when tot ,

ment. him had been lost, his father died one AS IN CONSERVING FORESTS. 1'! 1

FA3M SUMMER IN A?IRON- r I ; ..wrw. August afternoon in 1872. Mrs. JohnT. .
a Biographical Sketch. Stocks of 133 Spring street, Atlanta FORESTRY EXPERT TALKS OF V : '
!CACKSHAD: ISSEO{ : THE Samuel Porter Jones whom the a sister of :Mr.-Jones describesthis t

FOUR SCORE MARK. whole world knew as "Sam". Jones as the turning point in her AUTO EXPlODED MISSION. ;i :

the' great evangelist, was born October brother's life: ,
s 16, 1847, at Oak Bowery, Cham- "We children were all standing t
wa bers county Alabama. His end came about father's bed" said Mrs. Stocks A study of the best means for the I ;
By Associated Press. i .
Sew York, Oct 16Mrs., Jeffersont only one day before his fifty-ninth :Monday morning, "and Sam was \>n' preservation of timber in salt water is! :;1 r .

t 's>, widow of the prcs.dent of the :; .TR birthday, to a family celebration of the right side, crying bitterly. My now being made by C. Howell Smith ,." 1 f'
[viiederacy: : who had ben 111 for a whch;; he was hastening at the moment father told Us good-bye, saying at the ANn INJURED an expert connected with the forest. C'I
ees. at hotel Majestic, ia this city, rrp' of his death. time: 'My children, I have assurance service-of the United States depart- .

,ea at ten twenty. \-e o'clock to- *_ Mr. Jones'' parents were John Joseph that I shall meet you-'all again men",of agriculture, who.Is'now In the >',, f -
311. 'i ..ei 'rs Jones and Nancy Porter' Jones.In except one,' and here helooked at city, and if some improved means can t "

Death was due to pneumonia: in- 1853 his father, haying married a Sam. Then my brother fell across I be found whereby destructive agencies : ; ;
. bced by a severe cold which Mrs. !second time, came to Cartersville the bed and sobbed 'father, I'll' never fOURMachine can be destroyed without great ex- -;
uv.s contracted on her return from Ga., where the son, destined, to fame, drink again. 1 won't, I won't."* pense, it will be of 'great benefit to V \ "

h= Adirondacks where she spent the l lr spent the greater part. of his boyhood "I 1 Want to Preach. Pensacolians, especially the owners of ,
and young manhood., "While still on) wharves, vessels etc. Mr. Smith ha? i
IlIIer.: Next Sunday Sam Jones accompa-
the side of bis'teens Sam In the: for several days makIng
younger been city
Although fears were felt from Methodist
grave kt; nied his grandfather a
first wonderful vital- Jones gave evidence of the qualities Was Running at an Investigation of local conditions :
ie Mrs. Davis's preacher, to Feltons chapel, a few ;
which later in life made;him a data to the various "
power gathering as
1 friends j"
the top
:? gave family'and if miles ,beybnd Oarter VIlle. On the I
among men. I High Speed When It agencies which have proved most destructive
until last -
> ultimate recovery nightvhen way to the church he said to his ;
a decided change for the worse First Chose Law. I grandfather: "I want to preach to- to timber in salt water and t

as evident and physic'ans! announc- Near his twenty- rst year Mr. day. .But .the old minister objected Struck Trolley Pole. thoroughly acquainting' himself with -

i that the end was near. Tones decided that law should be his telling the young man that he had conditions, I
She rallied the early hoursf I The forestry expert Is an interesting -, f : .
during ; profess'onThd county court house no license.' Tfever mind that, said I
the day but shortly after seven had always attracted him and when Sam, "I want to preach have some- By .Associated Press : conversationalist favorite, especially when and "1.,=
his ,
'clock this morning, had a sinking crimi- thing I must say." Cleveland 0. Oct. 16.-An 'automobile speaking on
ever a big case, particularly a last night
;MPII: when Rev. S.ale; rector of St.'ephen's I .Mrs. Jefferson Davis. nal case, was to be argued he was And Sam Jones preached that Sun- while running at a high rate of to a Journal interesting representative Information as 1 .

') Episcopal church, was sum- always: to be found sitting near the day. Standing near the front pews speed on Detroit avenue northwest gave some the .
what Is done By forestry
to being
;loned to give the patient rel'gious jury.box; his eyes bright vita excited ,-he'was' permitted to lake the pulpithe struck a trolley'pole at Kenilworth service. ,j ;,

I oinfort. interest. When 22 years old he :was talked for half an hour In sucha avenue in Lakewood a suburb, early !
An hour later Mrs. Davis: lapsed MAYoR IS ARRESTED ON admitted: to the bail of Cartersville. way that the congregation forgot to-day and exploded. Every one of "Owing of timber to the constantly and consequent decreasing rapid : ,t!;
lto a state cf coma, which continue: I I Everyone predicted his success for Itself, forgot him and his past in the the four occupants of the car was In- rise in prices said Mr. Smith "any t ;

j the end. as a debator and a 'persuader of men j words he uttered. From that time jured and two may die. ,The injured: effort looking to the conservation of tour
At the bedside were Mrs. J. Addi: IIARCE OF TRESPASSING he had few equals in the county. A I'forward he remained constantly before Miss Anna Schmlttel burned about forests or forest products, is of ;; t! .
on Hayes, the only surviving dinzh-: 'tfce people and his vow to temperance -
year or two of application to office :I the arms and body; right 'arm frac- great value to the country at large. '. '
er her grandchildren, and DoctorsVy'lie broke his health. was kept.
work, however, I tured. II
With this Idea In mind the forest
and Webb, who cared for Mrs, Nervous dyspepsia developed and he I In November 1872, Sam Jones, then Miss Hulda Ackerman, burned service

I ,>avs throughout: her illness. Affidavit Made By H. Krone, One of the Parties Interested was in almost constant suffering. 125 years old, joined the North Georgia about the legs and back;; condition has lately taken up among of the other '
Mrs. Davis! had for years: male here Finding no relict in the various Methodist conference, then In con- criticaL projects an investigation agencIes !

;c: here. where she had a wide, cr-! in the Water Front Now medicines recommend, he began .I vention at Atlanta. After 8 years of Benjamin Camra, burned about the destructive to wood under water, .
:le of friends. I 1 and methods of preservation against .
V drinkingwhiskey., pastoral work In the conference he, head and hands. I ,
Mrs. Davis had her eightieth birth. Claimed;l by the City. Each month intensified his complaint was made agent for the North Georgia George Hartman right eye gougedout their work. With one rather unimportant : :!};
exception Las been found Jt
nothing :
'av May 7, last. The !late years I From
I" en I .. and recourse to the stilmulant Methodist orphans' home. and _skull fractured; condition timber ': ::? -
f her life have bean saddened: by and frequent Fora this work he resigned to become a critical. attacking conslantly'Immersed I .,'
4 I loss of her daughter Winnie,I I Mayor: Chas. H. Bliss was yesterday terday afternoon 'by Court Commis- become while more his future was despaired of. traveling evangelist This was the The car was valued at $4,200 and in fresh water, so the problem; becomes 1

':'10 de4! In September, 1898, at Nar- afternoon arrested upon the charge of sioner Coston upon petition of Charles He was unable to continued his beginning!: of his! greatset usefulnessand was owned by M. Mandelbanm, the one of salt water conditions en :.,i

n nsett PIer.GREAT trespassing. will Mertins which restrains the mayor became a day laborer. his deepest' iniluencePRES1 and tirely. {
""\ He appear this practice. He traction owner banker. : t : ,
and the'City of ,$ "The known destroyers of timber f }
Pensacola from interfering
I morning at 10 o'clock for trial before! According to Camra who was driving : ..
exposed In salt water are two bivalve 'f i
with him in the of
Judge Henry Bellinger from whose possession I the machine, something went i;
mollusks teredo and ,
xqlotra commonly -
N SHOOTINGBY I court the warrant property alleged to be legally his, and with The -
I was issued for the wrong the machinery. car =
mayor's arrest and where'the affidavitwas which adjoins that 'of Mrs. Pape, who suddenly swerved from the roadway known as ship-worms; and limnoria l. i
P and chelura crustaceans. :
on Monday was granted similar THE BIENNIAL[ ;
THE MAINEBy sworn to by H. Krone, one of the junction. Avery & Avery a filed the In and struck the trolley pole. i "Teredo and xylotra differ but' 3 1 i ;
parties interested= along the waterfront pe- The collision and explosion seemea I '
In habits ; :
tition for slightly form and probably 'in. ;
title to which is now In question.The the-camplainant, which sets to be simultaneous. The fifteen gallons ;
In hence confused ;
are often
forth range
mayor who was placed under practically the same grounds as of gasoline In the reservoir or '
arrest In the afternoon, gave a satisfactory that of Mrs. Pape, and published in the machine exploded with a roar and xylotras usually being called teredos. j 1- >
Associated Press. full yesterday morning. ENC MPMENT MAKES DENIAL[ l They consist of a long semitransparent ,
all.four In j
enveloped flames.
bond for his before persons
to appearance
!N>w York Oct! 16.-A dispatch worm-like body, terminating at the i
he Herald from Barnstable, Mass., the court this morning, when attor- CITY one end. In a muscular foot enclosed ;
Pets of some remarkable shooting on neys for the city and prosecuton will CASE CONTINUED IN I by two delicately sculptured valves or .. .' !'

':? battleship: Maine the flagship of also be present and if they are ready THE RECORDER'S COURT t!i ASSASSINATIONIN shells and at the other in two tubes, :'.,

:Rear Admiral Evans. The Maine's for- for trial the case will be heard. The case of Geo. Johnson, who was Of Pythians at New Orleans Says Mutual Did Not Violate through one of which It draws its food : I
Lieutenant The charge of trespassing is the : s e
yard turret commanded by from the surrounding water and
eleven result of the action of the mayor last::: arrested Monday morning by city ofS MISSISSIPPIUNNKOWN through the other '
ejects waste
: Roger Williams planted cers charged with Immense Law in Referenceto par- -1'
blockading the Attracts
;:'inch! : shots In a space of 15x20 feet, I week In demolishing some fences and southern portion of Alcaniz an tides of wood. They vary in length! ,-! ,
5 A C- some frame work of a house on proierty > street was from one-half .. ,
1 4,000( yards measured range. called In the recorder's Elections.By Inch to six feet and In
court .
which the chief executive claims yesterday Crowd. '
,:rich! battery commanded by Ensign width from one sixteenth to five- '
belongs to the: city, but which 'the morning Judge laney presiding. MAN MURDERED IN t I
t ahy firing volleys at 4,000 yards, eighths Inches. Their 6or1
:sade: the center of the target look former accupants claim they have Attorneys defendant for requested both the city and the PUBLIC* ROAD: TEN MILES' ably done by attaching th muscular ;/ V

kf a pepper sieve. good titles tor and one of them, H.I a continuanceuntil By Associated Press. Associated Press. foot to the wood and rotating the ,
:J Friday, which
Rtar Admiral Evans" expressed him- Krone, made affidavit charging the Johnson is foreman for was the granted.Fisher New Orleans, La., Oct. .-Tha I Frankfort, Ky.. Oct 16.-President FROM RALEIGH.By valves about It although this has not r.

!<'U as much pleased with the general mayor with trespassing.! estate in the construction work which Pythian convention was fully inaugurated < -' Charles A. Peabody of the Mutual as yet been fully determined. The a'

sults of the autumn practice much ANOTHER INJUNCTION IS I estate claims property today, proceeding simultaneously Life Insurance Company, of New young mollusk attaches itself to a pile ;
at r which is. of the nature of battle GRANTED BY waterfront which the along the in several departments. These York api>eared: before Insurance Com- Associated Press. of timber and rapidly bores In, soaking i '
f rradice. COMMISSIONER to prove Is city will endeavor Included the encampment of the uni-,missioner Prewitt this afternon and Jackson. Miss.: Oct. 16. Another a hole that is almost microscopic, e .
I a portion of South denied the charges that his companyhad assassination has been added to the but which always beIng '
, Another injunction was granted yes- Alcaniz street. form rank the opening session of the > soon expands ,
| supreme lodge and the opening exer- : violated the law In reference to long list of tragedies in Sullivan's the exact size of the body. As the < x

TWO MILLION FOR cites of each of the three following: the approaching election of trustees of hollow by the murder, late last night, tubes must always remain exposed to : ,
Trust Company Section of Convention of Supreme Temple, the company, and that intimidationand of an unknown man in the public :. the water, In order to penetrate deep. ;
Rathbone Sisters, Grand Keepers of coercion had been practiced to In- road ten miles from Raleigh. Shots er, it has, to grow longer. It never.{*

COAL PROPERTIESBy Records and Seals' Association and fluence agents of the company into soliciting were heard and the body was afterward -i crosses a neighboring burrow, nor a }-l:
American Banker's National Editorial Associa- votes for the administrationticket found. The victim Is believed I crack of any kind. Where the attack ;:
Ass'n.Louis Pythian
As to the charge that CoL BIs- to be one of the state's witnesses in : Is bad, a pile will be destroyed in from r' '

tion.The business sessions occupied the coe Hindman of Louisville, state agent a murder case which will be tried- I six months to one year, and In less Infested 1',

Asc-elated Press. By Associated Press. was elected president 'of the morning hours, while the afternoonwas for Kentucky'was dismissed becausehe next week. j I waters, will last perhaps five 1't
election '
.rmlngh m, Ala., Oct. 16.-Official 1 St Louis Oct. 16.-At the afternoon trust company section and a vice- given over to the general parade -t stood for on a policy hold- years. As far as known their range ;
\ inaouncement: was made here today session cf the trust company president from each state representedwas of the uniform rank. I.'ers' ticket Mr. Peabody said that extends from Alaska,along the Pacific
, or f for purchase of the properties of section of the,American! bankers As- also elected. To-night a banquetwas More than two thousad Pythians, Colonel Hindman had assured him he CASE OF THAW. coast southward the Gulf of Mexico i

t b!: Georgia Coal and Iron Company I socinatlon. Hon. Pierre Jay made an tendered the degelates. many of them mounted, paraded in had not accepted the nomination,' and north on the Atlantic coast to !

h the Southern Steel Company, thennsl1Pratton address, his subject being: : Defalcations The savings bank section also helda military formation today in honor of therefore the Mutual Life had not discharged IS UP AGAIN New Brunswick their work being \

bein; in the neishbor- ; What Can Be Done to De- meeting and Chairman Lucius Tet the biennial encampment About Colonel Hindman for that rea worst in the warmer waters. .:

hoi( of two million dollars.: TheIr I crease Them." ter of the executive committee, submitted twenty thousand visitors were in the son. Commissioner Prewitt who has "Limnoria Is a small animal the
the right to revoke the charter of any size of a grain of rice, protected by ,
'les acquired consist of a two- Festus J. Wade president of thei a report showing a member I city to see the pageant. The supremo
in J ; d-ton Iron furnace ct Rising i Mercantile Trust Company:: cf St ship of 1,039. conferred In several dele- insurance company doing business 'n! By Associated PreSLNew several plates of horny material. It f

F'I I revival of Interest today; In the case .
tJn r,J lands In North Georgia. :so nounced. After organizing, the lodge. legs and hard strong mandibles ; .
: of K. Thaw charged with the
Harry :
l for boring. Countless numbers bore t
!'t'k ivcns and several coal) and ore Mexicans at Head adjourned until to-morrow. : murder of Stanford White, when In ': '
sin< Rising Fawn was the principal \Captured To-night the contest for the best exemplification ; PREPAREFOR District Into the timber side by side for ft .. Vi
the district court Attorney -!
'::' .f of the-Georgia coal ritual held. I i i depth of about one-half inch. The mechanical ;
operations was
of the ,
!a s I Jerome intimated that there might be action of the water soon I. i ,
< iron Company. The properties of Plot to Overthrow ,
I :n1 ;*, consolidated with those of the I Diaz MILITARY EXPEDITION YVAR other indictments In the case. breaks down the partitions between ." t' J
; r I r The statement was made before Re- .
", which COLLECT THE TAXESBy the burrows and then a fresh attack j .
Steel TO
rn Company re-
.. corder Goff in an argument againsta
f !" i I is made thus cutting/ through the timber !
absorbed: the Lacey Buck Iron By Associated Press. out by troops. The -I, -
records captured. Associated Press. By Associated Press. writ of prohibition, restraining the entirely In a few years. Limnoria ,
1 a
t" -.inv and the Chattanooga Coal San Antonio Texas., Oct. 16.-The show the men to be at the head of a I Tangier. Oct. 16.-A military expedition '' Paris. Oct. 16.-The Imminence a district attorney's- office from further feeds upon the wood particles which! :

iron Company. United States marshal to-day arrestedat plot to overthrow the Mexican government is being organized In Fez for formdable! native uprising in Morocco preliminary action In the grand Jury it chisels off. Its range has never been t
and Is growing. The French military a
Del Rio, Texas four Mexicans The junta had branches laEl I the purpose of gathering the taxe.I I Algeria authorities In Algeria are in a stateof proceedings in the, case. carefully worked out, probably being J i V

charged with fomenting and supplyingarms Paso, Laredo and other places, and which, for four years, have remained apprehension. The commander of the the same as teredo. ) '
BIG (INCREASE IN for the revolutionists who re had taken up the work of the the turbulent tribesmen inthe troops in the district of Aln-Sefra has Ilmnnra ;' J l-
junta unpaid by cabled to the mnster! of war, saying that "C ?Jura resembles In every >
cently captured the officers of Jiminez I recently driven out of St Louis. Other south. the preparations among the Moors for a LUNATIC KILLEDBY respect except that It Is slightly larger. t;':

Mexico, and held the city until, driven, raids In border cities are expected. I holy war 'are preceding energetically. So far It has been Identified only OB ; ;
I CAPITAL STOCK Mournali-Aho, a cousin of the Sultan of -
the sails Morocco has visited an the tribes and has the Atlantic coast. ;II
highest: D. LevI purchased induced them to cease their internal quarrels ATTENDANT "Several methods have been devised f,f
German Bark Marie Sold at for $WQ; A. Zebus one of the boats and prepare to take the ufteJton I for the protection of timber against I
while another boat brought middle of November. A
for $35. ;
these- agents such as sheathing with :.
centration has been chosen on the Wady ;
By Associated Press. $55. The total amount brought from Ghir where arms are being collected. By Associated Press. .I concrete etc.; wrapping with -
Dtteh ash: rille, Tenn.t Oct. 16.-A dis- Public Auction for $2,710 the sale of the vessel and all her The Beniguil tribe bad been approached Lexington Ky. Oct 16.-A a resultof i copper burlap soaked in various ralxtnres 't:
from Tracy City Tenn., sajsjj I equipment was about 3500. by emissaries from the insurgents at an Investigation by the state boardof ;
f'I*stockholders of Tennessee Coal I Is TaSlelt who are urging the former to join control in the asylum paints and preparations applied externally .. : f
jj the I The Marie is a large vessel and and prison '... ?
In the movement. with brush and
a Impregnation 1
.r::" nd Railroad Co.. met there to- The German' bark Marie,one of the aground off Tarragona wharf and In comparatively good condition, and I of a charge that Fred Ketterer, a with dissolved salts- r
I or heavy oils. "
and adopted resolutions to vessels wrecked by the storm and bad- there were quite a number of persons It Is believed that she can be saved I All Miners Were Rescued. patient had been murdered by the attendants Several of these have ,, ;

to irase! the capital stock from thirty ly damaged, was sold yesterday at present not only to bid on the vessel, and put to service as a barge. She Is .i Durham, Eng, Oct. 16.-All the ., the grand jury returned failures and others proved to be absolute of"- : ', ';

.fh million dollars, the stock to be noon at public auction brlngingthe but also on her sails, boats supplies, the second vessel wrecked by the hurricane miners who were entombed as the re- three Indictments to-day. Fred Harris doubtful value. are 1 .
Ml to stockholders at not less than sum of $2,710. Capt. B. J. Traubochwas ets.Captain to be sold at public auction the 'sult of an explosion yesterday in the one of the accused was at once arrested "It is the intention f j ;
Per of the. Forest
offs! There was no acquisition of the successful bidder. The sale Trauboch's bid of J2.710 for first the bark Campbell bringing only 'AVIngate colliery near.bere, have been but the others, whose names are r

property. occurred near the 'vessel, which is the ship gear and tackle, was the $50. i rescued. ... not given, remain to be located. (Continued on Pag; Eight.)

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if- : All Damaged Goods WEDNESDAY AH Undamaged Goods

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The recent storm so damaged my store-building that it will have to be extensively repaired and partially rebuilt( :and a large part

I of my stock !must be moved before the work of rebuilding begins. A small portion of the stock was also slightly damaged, and in view

I:'. of these facts, this great\ 25 and 15 per cent reduction sale is offered. The sale includes everything, but the following will partly

j If- indicate some of .the bargains #o be had while it lasts :

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,e AGED. 25 Per Cent. Off. This great sale means that. Stetson, Soft or Stiff,

'''t;,' None'of my superb line of There is very little damaged $3.50 Hat for . .$2.95 L

I f Clothing was damaged: in stock, but as far as vit H O. ANSON you can now get a fine new, Anson's? Special, Soft or

t. the least'; 'JH..t Mt will:nevertheless'all goes, this means undamaged and strictly Stiff, $3.00 Hat for. 2.55
"" perfect
{_ goat 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

r price. This.:is..your opporA $2.25 pair of Shoes to . .: . $1.70 Fee!:

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

; winter."-MSi And all other waterdamCash ClothierCor. $12.00 Suit for . : 10.20 SHOES.;
stock' in
. aged
is the chance of a life
NEW GOODS ALSO GO. 25 per cent. off. 'J $15.00 Suit for. . 12.75
0 buy Shoesyou11This

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

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

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

New Goods, which were on $1.50 Cluett for. . .$1.25 A $2.25 Shoe for . 1.90 [ h'
. $13.60 t 0. . .23.35
: their way here and have arHosiery, Neckwear, Suspenders A $2.50 Shoe for . 2.12 -!

; rived and been unpacked and every item of Palafox I a n d M a i In $10 to. $27.50 Cravanette A3.00 Shoe for . 2.55 -

i: since the storm. Thesewill furnishings will go duringthis A $3.50 Shoe for 3.02
coat for from $8.50
all go at the 15 per cent. dis sale for 15 per cent. off. A $4.00: Shoe for : : : 3'40't. '

eluded Trunks In, this Handbag reduction.and Valises are In* to . . . $23.35 A $5.00 Shoe for . 4.25

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thousand:views per day is the et
Special to The Journal.

Century.full of storm Oct. 15.-The news and papers the have minds beenso of away average by number Hooton's of pharmacy.storm views given CLUB TO BE Can fill orders for lumber, sash, doors, win- tt

All you have to do to get ten storm dow Glass and all material. "
T the people have had time for little else.
And Although Hard Hit By the Hurricane, They Write I fences blown postal cards free Is to make a 50c pur
suffered but little
down Century and some trees uprooted. The mill chase at Hooto 's. These are all very We won't be able to make special work n

the Fishing Gazette Stating That TheyWill stopped one day. No dwellings wrecked desirable views, showing the wreckageon FORMED- for a few days. Send orders. 0'
no lives lost. We feel very thankful Indeed the water front"after the recent [ your rt
Soon Recover. for our preservation, and our sym- storm. Hooton's pharmacy has been a I. If
pathy for the storm sufferers Is heartfelt. busy place since these cards have b
Miss Alice McDowell and Mr. Pinkertonwere been placed on free distribution, and -1 I Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. 11
to-.. The fishing firms of Pensacola regards to the needs of the fishermena married on Sunday before the storm. they are now as popular as ever. The h
'jI paved edined the offer of the Rshin local subscription has supplied the I It was a.very quiet home wedding, only a people are taking advantage of.In All Camps of United T
few intimate friends of the family being Hooten's offer and they are like'
::t i Gazette to Issue a call for assistance pressing needs. Work is abundantand going
present. The parlor was tastefully decor- hot cakes. Mr. Hooton has decided ;x> Spanish War Veterans -
for and both Saunders & Co. wages are good and pay) prompt. BAY ELECTRIC AND
a them ated with pots of palms and cut flowers. continue this feature for a few ,days SUPPLY COMPANY H t
and Warren & Co. have written let- Every wharf on the water front has They were attended by Mr. Holland longer. Phone orders for 50c or more Training Will Be w. T. BEDWELL PRES. AND MANAGER. H f
.- .tels to the paper thanking it for its been swept away except a part of Woodruff and Miss Etta Vaughan. The will bring the postals to your door Prepared to do an electrical repairing on short noUcp. Ring phone 570 I
and telling of the.damage representative will call. W. T.. Bidwell President and Manager, 205 So B.'
kind offer the railroad wharves. Our packing bride was gowned In a dainty goingawaydress with this firm's usual promptness. Street
here. The letters are as follows: house is safe, but the storehouse collapsed of softest grey with hat to match Their phone Is No. HOT Kept Up.
Pensacola,,Fl-l ,,Oct..5. being struck by a dragging trimmed'in white birds. Rev. Mr. Lawrence ----1
IPubllsher Fishing Gazette, New York. shIp. Our wharf will reach the pack- I spoke the words that made them GLASS I j m DRINK BOTTLED
;Dear Sir: Tour kind letter of the house to-night and we shall be in :one. They took the train immediately for AND GLAZING.E. Special to The Journal.
2d Inst. came to hand this morning. position to do business at once. We :Mobile. B. WELLS, 40 E. INTENDENCIA. Washington, D. C, Oct.. 10.-The actionof r-t .-t
t Please accept our sincere thanks for have seven vessels.ashore within the I Mrs. Hauss and little Miss Anna Cynthia the United Spanish War Veterans In o FJrprL-U-1Y
offers contained therein. We appre- bay and some at sea not yet heard Madam De Czlassy Miss Marsh TEMPERATURE taking up the subject of rifle practice at 0
'" I Masters and Edward Hecker were its recent annual encampment in Washington *
date sympathy and also the after -: Julian
your from. We hope to recover all except OF 75 DEGREES ,Is highly gratifying to the National
? of the columns of and I returning from a pleasant summer in ,, O 4 w
jonr paper
possibly one or two. The need I Board for Promotion of Rifle Practice as O fjl
personal eerrlce. We :hardly think'it vesselsto Michigan when they were stopped by a step in the encouragement of rifle prac-
for this -winter is for fishing The maximum Q
between Birmingham and temperature yester- tice civilians. Lieut.
washouts Mont-I among Albert S.
necessary to take up. subscription, do the business that is offering.If I gomery and delayed more than day was 75 degrees at 2 'p. m., while Jones Secretary of the National Rifle Q :5
among the !fish dealers. While'-mr any line fishermen are disposedto I They were none the verse on account of the minimum was 56 degrees at 630 Association, spent the week here pre-
partner.) Captain Saunders, and myself the experience.Mr. senting the matter to members of the or-
contract for a winter's work we I a. m. Last year on the same date the
with Master
and Mrs. s. T. Tracy ganization. Through his efforts. Major
lost a half million dollars we both shall be pleased to make prompt re- I Leon and :Miss Annie spent several weeks maximum was 82 degrees and the Taylor E. Brown of Illinois presented a O J oro Before drinking see that you
have other Interests in the city and ply to any inquiry. Prices will be I visiting relatives and friends In Georgia minimum 65 degrees. resolution which was adopted, as follows: 0 ,
iwlll be able to get: alon .,all. ight. good, better than ever "before.We I stopping, several days in Atlanta. They "Be it Resolved That it is the sense!! of the word
of returned several days ago much improvedand this encampment that the promotion of get GENUINE. A
The fishermen, rhichtlierta.are.} '' 0
can give sound bank reference as tour I reporting a perfectly delightful time. rifle firing will be stimulated and Increased o
large number, are now employed in responsibility in a pecuniary way. Mrs. Roetger and baby Ruth accom- by such measures and regula- .
:wrecking vessels and at other work; The losses of our neighbors have beenas I panied by Miss Roetger. of Sumter. N. MAY PROVE FATAL./ tions as will permit members of this organization -- to the wise is sufficient.Uygeia .
they receive good wages and will be Co. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cuyler. either individually or by o 0
complete as our own. but qf them They came, down during the storm. camps or by auxiliary rifle clubs to
gtadually distributed around in other we are not prepared to speak, our attention I Miss Minnie Jones, who has been visiting practice rifle firing with the service
channels until they find steady employment being directed wholly to our I her brother Mr. Houston.Jones, returned weapons and ammunition, under the
We had only one vessel home yesterday. WHEN WILL PENSACOLA PEOPLE rules and regulations of the National Bottling Works
own work..of repair and reestablishment Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Glover and their Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice ,
in port that rode out the storm. That With many thanks and apologies I charming daughter. Miss Irene returned LEARN THE IMPORTANCEOF .
was the Frances H., commanded by that time and other engagements I some days ago from a pleasant summer in -Be it further Resolved. That a special 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 507
of Deer Island, the north. IT? committee of seven be appointed by the
Captain \.bner.Sadler
will not permit a fuller account, we I Mrs. Crannell entertained Miss Maggie eomniander-ln-chlef to devise ways and --j .
Me He spent a few months in the remain. Ray and Miss E. E Robinson at a chafing means for Carrying out the purpose of
; Brat this summer and on his return Yours very truly.WARREN dish party Friday evening A most de- the foregoing resolution with power to
month ago brought crew of eastern lightful card game followed.. act and to report the result of its operation -
FISH CO IPANY. Mr. Israel R. Waterman' of Emerson. Backache: Is only a. simple tlTtas at at the next encampment" 1 Lumber
men with him. They anchored Ohio Is visiting: his cousin, Mrs.. J.,, B. first; The United Spanish War Veterans has for RebuildingBetter
.' in Navy Cove (where our railway Is Vaughan. more than two hundred camps. It la
located) the night of the storm, put The Be*. Mary, the little daughter' of Dr. and But when you know 'tis from the proposed to organize civilian rifle clubs
Some Mrs. O'Gwynne who for fifteen short in as many of these camps as possible.
women pride themselves upon kidneys;
out four anchors and did not carry months had gladdened and brightenedtheir While ostensibly civilian club these will submit your estimate of lumber needs to
away a rope yarn. I think' there the fact that their beds are never seen home was recalled'to the Band of That serious kindaey troUbles follow really be military rifle clubs -
were 30 fishing vessels in port and unmade;,that;before they go down to :Shining: Ones September 30. "Too beautiful ; itary: rifle of the United .tfSeillmg j i iused u? for prices-they'll save you money. Quick deliv
too precious to remainun along with the revolvers
not more than three of them remain breakfast It is immaculately remade,' mound of ferns and snowy flowers tarth.bid the A That diabetes, Bright's disease may the standard Colt or army Smith & Wesson of 1 ery.
afloat Many of them are up in the with its French bolster and Its starch baby face. Their,'\many friends sympathize be the fatal end, patterns. The members of this organization -

r. ,woods, where It will be impossible ed shams and Its Interior, alas still Miss with Fannie them.Franklin, visiting her You will gladly profit: by the following training are mostly in rifle young shooting men who either have In had the I
to take them off. ;-"We hope to save warm. It may be a radiant piece of sister :Mrs. Bryers. of Pensacola. experience. militia or in the volunteer service during
three or four of ours, and think Warren furniture, but all the same It is a Mrs. Jennie Wiggins and lUUe son are Tls the of a Pensaoota the late war. They propose, to keep up Saunders
& Co. will save about the same visiting relatives in R(>ptoD. Later she statement their military training and as part of Mill Company,
fusty, unhealthy sleeping place. See to will Join her brother: Mr, Brown Frank- citizen that work will engage in rifle practice.

I. number.on the"Wfa fishing had a grounds.few vessels One outside of It that &every part of_ your bed Is thoronsrlilr lin. Mr.In,and Hattlesburg.lIrs.Ph11ip Mis Moore*. are the happy Anthony Collins of 420 East Inten- PILLS CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. Phone 717. 21 Eat Garden Street.

them has already come.in with a loJ ; 1rol! N>fAr< beinc remade. parents of a. beautiful little daughter. deneb St, savBi'-irng. Collins react PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to _, _-6
Mies Ethel Cuyler Is attending the an advertisement about Doan's Kidney cure any case of Itching Blind. Bleedingor
to be
of the others
fish and reports
Judson Institute at Marion, Ala. box at Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or
all right The beach from Muscogee Mr. Walter McDowaU Is attending cols Pills and procured a money refunded. SOc.Terrporary. ....rrI:
wharf to Fort Barrancas is strewn No AppetiteMeans lege at Bowling Green Ky. a drug storeShe suffered at
'with vessels. Every wharf *n the Mrs. Fannie Long has. charge of the times from aching in her loins and Location.
city" except Railroad wharf is com of Century Mr. Bradley Hotel now.the school supervisor 'has across her back after working hard 111 The temporary offices of E. E. Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.
pletely wrecked. All three of the fish vitality, vigoror been 111 for a'number of days. He Is the house She used less than one Saunders & Co., and E. E. Saundersare

houses were blown down and washed tone, and is often a precursor vacation.much improved now and is away on,a box of Doan's Kidney "Fllis and they now located in the north end of Get our prices before placing your orders. We
did her much good. I have heardthese the Keyser
away; only shed part of our house is : Public School No. T9 building.
opened with an sell Jellico coal
standing. of prostrating sick-I enrollment of elgthy-ieven. despite the pills spoken: of highly by different ""* Galloway and Alabama best,lump
bad weather. There were only two people who have tried them, and GLASS We
Again for kind teach- still maintain ice delivery
thanking you your ness. This is our up-to-date
why ers present at the opening. Misses Ray all consider them a remedy which acts AND GLAZING.E. .
offer of Tours assistace respectfully I remain. serious. The best thing and week McCaskilL and were delighted They taught to have the Miss first up to de represefftatioos made for B. WELLS, 10 E. INTENDENCIA. system. Our price'for ice on platform at factory

T. R WELLES. you can do is to take the Jean teaching Patterson force on, of the Muscogee.eigth. .Miss Join Bow-the them. Escambla Lodge No. 15, F. A A .M. 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232 .
man was also expected then, but has For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Special communication of Ea-
From Warren & Co. great alterative and tonic yet arrived. There are now enrolledone cents. Foster-Milburn CoBuffalo, cambia Lodge No. 15. F. & A. The' Moore Ice Company
". Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 5. hundred and eighteen< pupils and New York sole agents for the United M.October will be held Friday evening.
.. : Publisher Fishing! Gazette New York. Hood'sSarsaparillaWhich opening many more in a to most enter.promising The session! and Is States. :. .A. degree.19. at Visiting 7.30. Work brethren In E. Factory Corner Garden and Manrcsa Streets.P .
: 'Dear Sir:Tour letter of 2d Inst. way Remember -Doan's-and a D. BOYER. !
bids fair to be the most successful In the the name a8K 0. Box 422. Phone 232
f 1 is at hand and highly appreciated. In has cured thousands history of Century. take no other. I W. Secretary. w. Yo JetN



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II rIPause- I I THE E PITTS8URG FIRST T TRAIN TO Heart f: ,::* .. SPANISH DOCK lit I Iiiiien TT t",1 Jr'4i

-- ,Mrs. Bessie Spencer completely used up, tried doctors and At .0.> ,

-- \ mm T IS CROSSTHE Palpitation .'-REMAINS medicine- without good, results.. She states that Duffy's Pure _4It I

and Malt Whiskey helped her from < 1JJ 1 I:

Indigestion ca.uses.the. stomach .: the start and restored her to the :; J I
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to expand-swell and puff.op best of health in a short time. i i
HEtD TRESTLE aeamst the heart. This crowds fIRMNotwithstanding .

Reflect the heart and interferes. with Mrs. Spencer, filled with grate

its action. causing shortness ofbreath itude, writes : .

palpitation of the heart I hare been using Duffy's Pure Malt for r
Man Who Married Miss '- four months and 1 am so glad as H has done
the Effortsof I'? me more good than all the doctors' mediants
etc.Kodol haTe taken. J know that I worked
much far very
wily spend so Ramey of This ed Last aj 7W and was fauicg last every day tartfl I
City, City Night From Three Big Naval P-rv-- began toke. this wondcrf.il Pure iliut; Whis
tailor money because, key, and I surely can: praise it anywhere in -

of habit when Held for Bigamyt -- Over,the P. &,A. Dyspepsia Cure Tugs to Float It. 'qb-1n l ". 'I a q the it amidst wide world thousands, and oi am not: ashaired know to that pms rt
per- S :Kerin&-
,1> ). k'r brought me out of hard I had to goop .'
\q 4 'ue,5g4, stairs one foot at a toe and when I got .:
haps a try-on in our and Perjury.Chas. I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT \-__ ) -y op in the morningI could not stand on my "
''For the first time since the hurricane The big Spanish floating dock, which \ I feet for some Uzce, my li-nbs wou.d: tremble ';
.ales room before our tor trader ne, and when Duffy'sas recommended ,'
of Sept 27th, a passenger train takes the strain off the heart was moved from its anchorage during r x' 'e-. to me I sent and got it as soon as I
3-ply glass will convince A. Butler, the Pittsburg bIgamist passed OVer the Escambla trestle last and contributes nourishment the hurricane, and went hard aground : $ ) could, and before I had taken one bottle ofDuffy's

I who married'Miss Flora Ra night and the. roadbed between that strength and health to every remains firm notwithstanding the ef- I Wtic % -,:...): This Malt medicine I could wa'k was a and perfect go upstairs gadsend TttJ'wcu. to -.

you that mey, of this city in .904, while he place and Pe lsacol .. Train No. 2, organ of the body. Relieves Indigestion forts made yesterday by three naval -: me. and I expect to praise: n as long u I bve, .
was serving as master at arms on the which has been oat on the road, run- tugs: to float It. The dock Is stuck fast j. andldohopetbatyotimavellmoreofjt -
cruiser Brooklyn, and ,who was, arrested ning between Milton and River Junction Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach in the sand, and the combined powerof a all sufferer over the as land it would and that proton it' may their reach life many for *

in Pittsburg upon his return during this period,.arrived in the Belching, Gas on Stomach three of the strongest tugs in the --.----- many years. (Signed) MRS. BESSIE SPEN-
our Stein BlOCh from the Philippines, has been held city about 1:30() o'clock this: morning, and all Stomach troubles. service could not budge the structure. 11RS. BESSIE SPENCER. CER Md., Ap Easton'1II,,06.Talbot Co, Go'dsborouga! : l>t, '
? by the courts upon 1wo charges- bringing the first through mall and The tugs' walked for several hoursin .;,

Smart Clothesare bigamy and perjury. .A special from passengers since the storm their efforts to float the dock and -

for Pittsburg yesterday"says: The train was late when it reachedthe Denova, Iowa. finally the Osceo'a. while going ahead -Duffy's Pure Malt WhlskeY-i; '

meant you 0 Pittsburg, Oct. 15: .-"Charles A. trestle. and.in crossing that structure Three years ago I was afflicted with all steam, had her propeller ;

Butler. soldier of fortune, was held which has been repaired and with much smashed, something, probably) a pieceof is an absolutely! cure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, builds up the nerve : l
Saturday for trial at the Brownsville passing over the roadbed further indigestion so timber or wreckage, catching In it tissues Oblq the heart, gives power to ths brain, strength and elasticity to the mus -

jail, for bigamy and perjury. Three west the train moved very slowly, the was in continual; pain. After and breaking'all of the blades. This rica bon, perfect and and enables to the blood.you to It get brings from the into food action you all eat the all vital the forces rounshment, it males it d.ges-con i JI;

PRiCES, $15 to $35 wives 'are.alleged to have contributedto roadbed be'ng uneven and only temporary eating my heart was affected put an end to the work for the day, butt tains. It is lavaluabe: for overworked men, -
Butler's past happiness In his which caused further loss of will be renewed delicate women and sickly children. It ttrength- '
pres and I had smothering sensations.Two as soon as the- ens and sustains the system is a promoter of i.';,
ent discomfort. time. bottles of Kodol cured me. Osceola undergoes repairs. good health and longevity, makes the old 4RE& i .
: "Tne story of Butler's life is roman- Regular service will now be resum- Yesterday the tug Wauban, which young and keeps the young strong. Daffy's .I
tic in the extreme. He U 29 years, ed over the .P. & A. division and ALBERT LAMM. sunk during the storm, was raised and as is the a medicine:oniy wlutlcev and that is guaranteed bu been recognized absolutely 1/-- i l'; .

old, has served in the United States passenger train No.3. bound for ..*A dollar bottle contains 2% will be repaired.INSPECTOR. free from fusel oiL Seven thousand! doctors i1 -- ,A\ <.'_
t'O. army and navy, has fought in Cuba River Junction, will, go out on time prescribe and2OGGhospitaia use Duffy's Malt ,
I STANDARD CLOTHING I the this times MM much MS the trial or Sic. \\huJtey exclusively. tt\\ ."
and_ Thilipmnes: He has. also I morning. size. Prepared at the Laboratory et WASKILLED
ueen a rauroaa detective and altogether B. C. DeWUtA Co.,Cbbp, U.S.A. dangerous Imitations and fj ''t
bLa has had rather an exciting ca IMPERSONATED : _BY FALL substitutes. They areposiuvely harmful II : i I !
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reer. andaresoldforprofltonlybynnscrupu- J ;( .
I ."All three of Butler's wives' are YOUNG GOULD FOR SALE BY CUSTOMS INSPECTOR QUATTUE- lous dealers. Look for the trade mark, %'. -

SOMETHING NEW !IE said to bEt living.! Butler was born In HOOTON'S PHARMACY. the "Old: Chemist" on the label and be .
By Associated Press certain the seal the corkJs 'l
BAUM orer unbroken.
: tiled! Pins 25 aDd 30c county, and it Is there he fell New York Oct. 16.-:.George Gould was All and -' t't.
E: Beauty per pair in love with Cel a Duerr, of Sarver- surprised when he learned at his home at MOBILE WHARF.The bottle.druggists grocers,or direct,$1.00 ) >
a Doctor's advice and
yule Lakewood last night that a man medical b/ .
W.A.Gahlenbeck, 2HS Palafox SL ; whom he married in 18 g. M./ ,
had been posing" Atlanta as h's! eldest booklet free. Duffy Malt "Whiskey Co.,
Butler :No 1 has two children. son. Kingdon Gould, had been put up at THE WEATHER Rochester,Hew York. ,. ., '
"Butler second venture on the sea the best clubs and entertained socially, Mobile Register, of Tuesday says: ,
COTTRELL, of matrimony: according to the complaint and, in addition, had several checks About?:43 o'clock last night.Night Customs V !

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. was. the daughter of a rich ;! cashed"1 wish that :you:, would announce for UNSETTLEDAND Louisville: Inspector& Nashville Quattlebaum fruit fell:shed from to the the If.

Pensacala. Fia. southern family. The young woman i me that this man is an impostor," said wharf a distance of thirty feet LEWIS BEAR CO. DISTRIBUTERS. Ii.
was 11'gs.Flora. 'M. Ramey. The .wed I }lr. ,Gould ")ly son Kingdon is nowhere turing his skull and tiled two hours frae-I .
I with me at home I do not know in the city tlospttaLWatchman
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ding was celebrated at Peneacola,-Fla.:: 4I ,:
TURTON A. BELL I who this person.in Atlanta. can be. Charles Elsey, 'on .
Miss Ramey fell in love with Butler HIGH WINDS WILL PREVAIL that neighborhood, gave the following
when she saw him In the uniform of Y. M. C..A,:Secretary Shot. version of the affair: -I I Florida and Alabama H '
hppl es. Fnisiii1 lor Ama nn. a United States marine. 'Despite the I Spokane, Wash., Oct. 16.-Reno FOR NEXT TWO OR THREE Two fruit steamers. Hispania and I AMUSEMENTS.UA.A.A.A.AvAIbAtAAA J
Mercator were due and Mr. Quattlebaum,
opposition of her family she ran I Hutchinson, secretary of the Y. 1>1. with Messrs Joseph Terry and Joseph : LAND COMPANY ,
R. K. WHITE away from home and on April 16, ''C. A., was shot and killed last night DAYS IN GULF. Pollard. were In the gallery of the barge ,yAA II I .-.,
PchtaIer.: Kanutaciurmg Jeweler, and Graduate 1904. and married Butler. by a highwayman at Seventh and office talking. Mr. Quattlebaum left the

ttciSn.30 S. Pa aiox! Street. Pensacola. Fla. "Th?Y came to Pittsburg after But Howard streets' in the best residence' for gallery the and lights went of out the on expected the shed steamers.He looking. of The"Thorns performance and Orange given last Blossoms"night I aud Manufacturers Dealers In of j !, ,: _

ler's term of service in the navy expired section of the city.INTERESTING. WJeather Observer Reed yesterday :had walked only a few feet when he >
was to fall. He struck the was a highly creditable one and while LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS StUN- if _
afternoon seen
and "Allegheny received the following advisory wharf
for a time resided in '
with such force that he was rendered un I Ii it deserved a larger audience, could ALES AND KILN.DRIED ,SAP. l
Tersely ToldBuck" The mother of Mrs. Butler message nom: the central office conscious. fad I f _
:No 2 came north and is now livingin CONTEST in Washington, and immediately "The two gentlemen who .were with hardly have a more appreciativeone. -I ;i tI! !
Connors, flagman on the Western avenua, Allegheny Mrs issued cards giving the informaton! him ran to where I was and asked me to I : rI
assist them in moving Mr. Quattlebaum. This play I is based of the COFFEE
upon one GULF CITY CO.
Louisville and Nashville who has been Butler No. 3 was formerly Miss Pearl Heavy Cost of Unpaid Postage. to the public: We moved him to a pile of hay, wherehe prolific: Bertha M. Clay's novels, and _
in bad health for several weeks, left West, of Milboro, Fayette_ county. One of the most curious contests "Conditions very unsettled off our remained until the ambulance arrived.On I t .
he middle and south Atlantic and east the arrival of the ambulance he was though it i Is easy to smile at their I[I H, P. CHIPMAN, Manager. .-
last night for Hot Springs where The third marriage and Butler's actions ever before the public was conductedby i
taken to the city hospitaL"At trivial pathos and obvious air of unreality
will remain until his health improves. toward his last wife, started an many thousand persons under the gulf coasts and strong and possibly the time he was moved he had not it must be admitted that they [I Roasters, Blenders! and Shippers of : : t
investigation and as a result the offer of the Costum Cereal Co, Ltd., high north to northeast winds will gained consciousness and was groaning I
in them that touch
Revival services are now being i charges were preferred against But :of Battle Creek, Mich. for prizes of prevail for the next two or three pitifully." have somewhere Fine CoffeesOUR i .,
I -
conducted at the East End Baptist I While the ambulance was en route to of nature that makes the whole world
church corner Eleventh avenue and i ler and his arrest in this city follow 31 boxes of gold and 300 greenbacksto days. the hospital Dr. \Yo G Ward was seen COFFEES ABE SOLD BY ALl. : i.
ed" those making the most words out and asked to join the ambulance. After kin.The j
Chase streets, commencing last Sunday the hospital was reached it was found cast was an excellent one. Ed- GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL : j'
R ev. E. E. Rise la assisting Rev. of the letters IOGrapeiNuts.The THREE VESSELS that Mr Quattlebaum was suffering froma na Earl Lindon gave a natural and :
jj. W. Senterfitt, the pastor In conducting contest was started in (February fracture of the skull at the base of the sympathetic rendering of the ill-used jl

the revivaL WILL CHOOSE: 1906, and it was arranged to the brain.injured Everything man, but possible he failed was done to rally for wife, and the Lord Randolph of Mr. WILL TALK OF THESALVATION :

have the prizes awarded. on Apr. 30, CARGOES and died about 10 o'clock. Kirk was all that could be desired. 4
B W. Matter of Portsmouth 1906.( WITH Mr. Dailey's "Carstone" was a finished j I I ARMY :

superintendent; Defection of the COL'in International whch* THE: SITE TODAYCAPT. When the public announcement appeared Phone No. 178 character study, and the character I I '';; r
Ventilator and began to form "Monica" in the hands of Miss '
a large number of Pensacollans are the words from these letters, sometimes Is Now: Working. Fairfax was made the most of. I I ',11 1
interested l is in the city inv sUgatingcondfions' the- whole family being occu- ARRIVED IN PORT YESTERDAY, Sol Cahn & Co. The play was carefully mounted ,I LECTURE AT PALAFOX STREET : / .,

: here with a view ta business !- HUTCH1NGS AND KEEPER pied evenings, a combination of THE SHIP HILDEGARDE HAVING well rendered and well received. .1'I CHURCH TO-NIGHT. !. 'fI (
Mr. Mutter will be here for several amusement and education.After I I .- :
BROADBENT MAY COME TO Quality Counts-Use I >
days. a while the lists began to 5,000 BARRELS OF ---- ,'

While engaged in making repairs to A DECISION.It come in to the Postum Office and before LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. The Frrlaff Paa. Ensign and Mrs. Crawford. Young Peoples ,'I.,. 1.11 I i .
the roof of the home of Tony Baezzla.tt long the volume grew until it CEMENT. Pfeiffer's Steam Bakery. Hare perforated covers for the frying Secretaries of the Southern Division -,' l S;

the corner of Government and De- required wagons to carry the mail WILL INVESTIGATE pan so that the grease will not of city the on Salvation Monday Army from ,Cincinnati who arrived, O.,in conducted the 1 t _

Vfflier streets Ellitt McCloskey slipped is very probable that the site for Many of the contestants were thoughtless PACKING HOUSESBy epatter on the stove. The holes allow an open-air meeting at the corner t -
and fell to the ground a distanceof the new life saving station will be enough to send their lists with I Three vessels with cargoes from the steam to escape and do not prevent lof Palafox and Government streets last ; .I

twenty or twenty-five feet, and suffered chosen to-day by the commission composed insufficient postage. and for a periodit foreign countries entered at'the custom Associated Press. the food from browning. Any' .. welcomed. A them large and crowd were of greatly I'ensacolians pleased ';.: r't.,.

severe Injuries to his arm and of Capt W. A. Hutchings, superintendent cost the compan'y from twentyfiveto house yesterday, increasing the imports Kansas City., Oct 16.-Sir B. Walter lid which will fit over the pan may be with the sweet songs, rendered by Mrs. .;: J i ______

]IP?. He was taken to his home for of the district, and Capt. fifty-eight and sixty dollars. a day to a considerable extent. Foster, of London, a member of perforated by punching holes in it j Crawford.speak at the To-night Palafox Ensign Methodist Crawford church.will .-,.' d, -:'

treatment It was only recently that Broadbent, keeper of the Santa Rosa to pay the unpaid postaga. The British: steamer Alicia broughtover the British, parliament, and H. Rad- with a nail or ice pick and hammer. Ensign Crawford is a very fluent talker .' ,
the storm carried away everything in station. Young ladies, generally those who 2,900 tons of kainit from Hamburg cliff Kidner, a chemist also of London and has had considerable: experience in -: :
his home and his at time in had graduated from the high school, arrived for it Salvation Army warfare, and at last f fnlJht.s
injury comes avery Yesterday they spent some lists ; the Spanish steamer Vivina, here the purpose, Hatpin meeting: he, in a very intelligent -
inopportune moment preliminary work and in correspondence were employed to examine these Web from Liverpool: 250 tons of manganese is understood, of investigating condi- A girl, no matter how pretty, who manner, explained to the listeners the I ., '..:
regarding the site, and to-day and count the correct ore and '75,000yards of cotton tions in the Kansas City packing houses. of obtrusive ways and means employed by the s-nNa ,. j.
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts ster's dictionary 'was the standardand in bristles with the points tion Army in the work among the waifs :!
they will meet and visit the spot bagging, and the ship Hildgarde, Sir Walter declined to say hatpins Is a menace to the public wel- and stray of this country ;1-
are absolutely pure, go twice as which has about been chosen for: the each list was very carefully corrected from Bremen: 5 000 barrels of cement. reply to a direct question. whetheror This evening, at 7:30 o'clock. a \ery '
far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is new station, which is about one anda except these which fell below not he was hfere on cVicial: business !- fare and should be l legislated againstlike interesting service will be held Kni' n ,
Il'rfection. Ask for the 25c size. half miles west of the old station 8,000 for it soon became clear that for his government. mobs and Invasions.-Mrs. John Crawford will lecture* on "The Future it. :
Generation and the Work of
the Satiation
nothing below: that could win. Someof Convale *Dee. Lane In Fortnightly Review. .
site. This will probably be selectedif Army when be will explain the different > I ,
Manners. proper authority can be obtainedfor the lists required the work of a When a sick person Is becoming Convalescent methods used in rescuing the -.
1 the location of the station there. young lady for a solid week on each the rule of a quiet time between SEVEN fURLONG When a liquid which evaporates fallen caring, for the dying, feeding the }- ,
Manners are of more Importance list The work done starving etc.. etc. The service will be
individual was 2 end 4 o'clock In the afternoon quickly is used to clean any article of conducted in the usual h'atiODrm)" of
than In
laws. Upon them a great very carefuly and accurately but the RICORDBROKN style, with plenty of 'good music and '
should still be adhered to until complete clothing place a clean white blotting :
measure, the laws depend. The. law Company had no idea at the time singing ti .
WAREHOUSE/ WAS strength is regained. Even if the paper under the soiled portion to keep Ensign and }Irs. Crawford wQ be supported '
and there
touches them but here now the offer was made that the people .
cannot obtain sleep the fact of :New York Oct. 16.-Roseben, car- the liquid from spreading. by Captain and Mm. IL C. liar- _
and then. Manners: are what rex or would respond so generally and they patient man late of Jacksonville. Fla.. who have j ,
nil available lying quietly in a darkened room will Tying 126 pounds created a new .come here to take charge of the Tensa- ;.
soothe, corrupt or purify, exalt or debase FOUND IN FLAMES were compelled to every in .1, ,
space in the offices"with these young rest., both eyes and brain, producingthat world's record for seven furlongs When massaging the face and neck cola braneh-wf'the Salvation Army and
barbarize or refine us, by a con-' at Belmont Park today he-art .ateaadf,vanning their way into ,
uniform insensible lady examiners, and notwithstandingthey feeling of wide awake brightness the fifth race do not neglect to include the ears In the.: arts of IVnsarolians. .
stant steady, operation 1:22. ThisIs
worked steadily, it was impossible which invalids so often feel in the evening going the distance in the treatment. else they will lose their EveryOhe'Interested in the good work )'/ ;
like that of the air we breathe the fastest time ever made on an I being done by- tie! baJvatton Army Is Invited :
la. They give their whole form and FIRE DISCOVERED STORAGE to complete the examinationuntil ) to them the pleasantest time of the American track. color and freshness. to attend,the meeting tonightWhy '; .-
six months after
Sept. 29, over In
color to our lives. According to their HOUSE OF ,THE NEW ORLEANS the prizes should have been awarded. day consequence. f,,>( ;\

qnahty they aid morals, they supply This delay caused a great many Inquiries .:
them or they totally destroy them.- GROCERY CO. and naturally created some WHAT THE HAIR TELLS. ":

Burke. dissatisfaction. It has been thought .I

best to make this report in practically Auburn hair means a kindly, sympa.

Part of the Battle. Fire was discovered yesterday af- I all of the newspapers in the Uni- thetic nature. Vinol Is Better Than Any Other Remedy to Restore

"A pleasant disposition! goes; a long ternon at 2 i o'clock in the warehouse : ted states and many of the magazinesIn Straight hair Indicates more powerto -

ways," said Uncle Eben. "I sympathizes -,of the New Orleans Grocery Company, i order to make clear t:> tie peoplethe hair.
wit de Indian but I don't believe corner of Tarragona and Church conditions of the contest. govern than curly I.

he'd have had near as much bard luck streets and although the fighting of Many lists contained enormous Curls denote a feeble sense of right Health and StrengthBecause

if he'd er been good natured an' learned the blaze was difficult on account of numbers of words which, under the and wrong, gaycty, vivacity, self con-

( to play de banjo."-Washington Star. the immense volumes of smoke that rules, had to be eliminated. "Pegger"would fidence.
. poured from 'the place the firemen count, Peggers" would not. Straight black hair growing coarse
in extinguishing: blaze Some lists contained over 50,000 order and In- Vinol is real Cod Liver
There Is no duty we so much underrate succeeded and thick, Indicates more a Preparation and does not ;.. i

I as the duty of being happy.' after The a blaze bard fight.started in a quantity of -words were cut, the outThe great majority largest lists of which were dustry than mental: power. contain a single disagreeable or harmful- ingredient'and is not .'

Stevenson. been smoul- Fine brown hair only! accompanies a secret formula.
hay and had eviJently checked over two. and in some cases,
Generally the owner -
dering for some time. Smoke was three times to. insure accuracy. excellent minds. Because Vinol contains all the medicinal elements-the (
noticed pouring from the building bya The $100.00 gold prize was won by has intellectual tendencies.Red '
, PROVEN ,4 /-:4.-: ; soothing, healing, strengthening and flesh creative ; .
party passing, who notified the fire- L. D..Reese, 1227-15 St. Denver,.Colo, hair is strongly characteristicno 1

I Should Convince Even the Most Skeptical -men about a block distant, who responded with 9,941 correct words. The high halfway business there. It usually p : ,- of Cad Liver Oil-but without oil or grease. U'!

of Its Truth. quickly and were later as- est $10.00 gold prize went to S. K. indicates a quick temper, though -- Because everything in Vinol,-except the tonic iron and a !
an alarm being Lincoln Pa. with 11
sisted by other firemen, Fraser. 9,921 -correct there are exceptions. : s, fine om'wine,-is actually extracted from fresh cods' livers
If there Is the slightest doubt in sounded. words. hair Is rarely seen .
Beautiful golden
the minds of any that Dandruff germso Although the building was not A complete list of the 331 winners nature. Its own- and their oil. 1

not exist' their belief is compelledb damaged. the less to the feedstuff with their home addresses will be on persons loves fine of a arts gross and possesses exquisite ,( Because Vinol is deliciausly palatable: and agreeable under : :
the fact that rabbit Innoculated will amount to considerable. sent to any contestant enquiring on a er f
vrth the germs became bald in six postal card. sensibilities. :1. : all COnditionS E'lrj'JxJllikes it. i J

seeks time. ARGUMENT INSTANDARD Be sure and give name and address Hair and eyebrows differing in color ,c.r Because Vinol tones up the system, strengthens every organ, ', sI"sc 1 ,_
II' clearly. mixture and bespeak a
must i be apparent to any person indicate race
CASEBy nerve, muscle and fibre of the whole body and thus overcomes :1 t
: i
therefore that the only prevention of This contest has cost the Co. many wavering unsteady nature. M

baldness is the destruction of the I thousand dollars and probably has As a rule smooth fine, softly waving weakness by thoroughly eradicating the cause of disease. iThat's i i-:':

germ-which act is successfully accomplished -I Associated Press. not been a profitable advertisement,
hair betoken gentleness quietness Why Vinol Is altogether different and better than any ,
cent Findlay 0.. Oct. 16.-Both state nevertheless perhaps had
In one hundred per some who .
of cases: by the application of New.bro'8 and defense in the trial of the Stand- never before tried Grape-Nuts food neatness.G. other remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all Throat ;1

> Herpicide. ard Oil Co. of Ohio, for alleged con- >ave been interested in the contest, Lung and Wasting Diseases. : ;';

Randrui: is caused by the same spf/acy against trade, rested their and from trial of the food have been Pipe Leaks.If I That's Why Vinol Restores Health and .1
Efroi: which causes baldness and can cases within the first hour of the shown Us wonderful rebuilding pow you suspect an escape of gas, mix 0 Strength to -- .;
b. prevented with (the same remedy4ewbro's trial to-day and the argument, which ers.It one pound of soap with three and a tn L. Delicate Children, Feeble Old People, Weak and Sickly ;'1

Herpicide. took up the balance of the day, was teaches in a practical mannei half pints of water then apply this Persons, Nursing Mothers, and Convalescents. ..

Accept no substitute. "Destroy begun. The only evidence submittedby that scientifically gathered food elements sticky liquid with a brush to the gas ,.. ff
cause and remove the effect." the defense was .a certified copy can be selected from the field is r.
I For sale by W. A. jyAJemberte, of the )Journal of the supreme court grains, which nature will use for reBuilding pipe!, will readily be seen on '
I drnsst anJ apothe<: 6. Pala'p of the state showing that a decisionof the nerve centre and brainIn place, bubbles ;
str-et, or send arrl121 for not guilty had been rendered .In a away that is unmistakable to users the liquid and the position of the escape W. H. WHITE & CCX ;

."mrle 13 The Herpicide Cxx..Detroit. case against the' company for contempt of Grape-Nuts. thus indicated without any dan- : q

\.u-h. in not. dissolving. trust. There's a !Reason. ger. .

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which its vitality has been sustainedin ment It would; bring manyousan&: J. i *AJLiUj

: the hour of need. dollars worth of business Into our *'* OCCASION' FOR THANKS. f. The Death of Sam :Jones It

1Jenlutola StmfimlDAILYi Frank Harris is right-''the 'pressing city every year and in this way be C I
need of the South is people." And a the very people remunerative In the nearby investment.country (Mobile, Register.) i t i

the sooner this state awakens to that knew that small sum of i Atlanta Georgian
for a very
\ *
f fact the better for all concerned. toll they could call up one of our 40000 OOOOOOoooooooooooor mnThTrrrr1rrrm//II
WEEKLY. SUNDAY.. merchants and get what they wantedon ;
$ $ the next boat they would buy lots With all of the many disasters and I
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY more and would purchase practically I dangers through which the people of If tie brief, startling message of fat and a fearless life. lie had

j; ...BY... *fc PENSACOLA-=PHILOSOPHY.- ** everything from this place. It would I the South have passed during the the morning wires be verified by laterdIspatches. I! true since,, the plighting of tIs t 'o 1I
beat writing., The average person present year: the storms, floods, race Jones to Christ To strike and
Sam of Georgia the spare ;
By Sam B. Rusa ,
F: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. hates to write a letter. It would be troubles, actual and threatened we i! was the motto with which tie
*H quicker and also the person would can now raise our voices In thankfulness most famous evangelist of modern I I j the sinner. To help and res ::. I'I ,
H H be able to go into detail a$ to his and our hearts In praise that times, has been gathered swiftly and I the second motto which redeem" !?

; FRANK L MAYES President an' General Manager People who are really happy never wants and would have the satisfaction this country has escaped a visitationof suddenly to reward and rest. If it 1 fearless first He wag as Swji ,"0V*

realize It. of knowing whether they were goingto the irrational terror which follows be true-and there are few possibilities -i cor as he was to smite. Ho Wa5 ::
; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. get what they wanted or not. even the remote threatening of a yellow of mistake- the end has come as f tender in healing as he was **
The rose fades long before the The scheme seems good as well as fever epidemic; and that too Sam Jones would have had it come. i in arousement And the terror tl'rr.e: I

thorn loses Its sting. cheap. The investment would not be without any great sacrifice of commercial In the full flush of a glorious and : many an awakened sinner baa r''r d I

SUBUCRIPTION RATES so heavy and the results is trade pres- interests to unreasonable and militant life on the march, in full I softened In the tenderness of ., r;'*

t One Tear .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 Love may be blind but there is an tage and conveniences would be enormous. burdensome quarantine restrictions. harness, with eyes bright, with record : tent's forgiven tears. And tiro--: 't

Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 expert oculist called Marriage.If Apalachicola] Times. That the danger season has passed, clear with the conscience clean with I terror and through conscience, tiro"-: (

Three Months.. "! .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per :year.41 CO we all told the truth to each other that the quarantine authorities have the echoes of applause and laughter : tenderness and tears, he baa fc:- % t
life would be unendurable.For Bro'tl\1ard's Great FightIf done their duty that science has prevailed and tears yet ringing in his ears, the ,! the Master's fight, he had ?a her- "
Governor ,Broward succeeds In over ignorance is a matter for dauntless evangel. the vital reformer, the Master's people, and roused cji .

The Only Pomaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed most of us the alphabet of life winning his fight for the drainage congratulation and thanksgiving.There the militant preacher the eloquent i comforted, and wounded and R-S \'

: .. Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. begins; and ends with the little let. the Everglades and the work is accomplished has been no time within the orator, the unequalled humorist, with- :. and in the crowds that f.: :,wed :: \
ter 'L"Virtue he will be the biggestman year when the people of Mobile felt a out suffering without waiting and and In the multitudes which rn:: T

In Florida although when the doubt as to the ability and determination without anxiety, answers the instant t him, as they heard his Mast gL.1e:4] t
: Is often more a mere matterof work is finished,he will no longer be of the local quarantine authorities roll call and is dismissed from present he had justified the WEmisYa:)
JEllnorial Pap
., Pb.." 1BIIln.uoffIce1500 Ruins 38 I I raonS..onTpsJs temptation than of any innate superiority. governor. We send our big men to to safeguard this port against service and promoted to a higher '' which had been given him 'o J:1't': ;." 1

and at all News Stands. the United States senate. ThAt is any source possible of infection in the and a nobler sphere. A brave man a real gospel to a dyin *:r 3 r

Extremes what's ailing the politicians. Th, countries to the south of us,- and I U physically, Sam Jones was a brave in the darkness and lonelincs (j J
really wise: meet-and who are anti's can have, the proper representation is a pleasure to record that the.quarantine -i man morally, and spiritually without night upon the rushing rail, the orar'bright }
Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntend.nola and DeLuna Sts. folly. are always most tolerantof in the senate!';'St Petersburg officials In the other Southern I fear. The promlem of death had faced soul of the etanReLht!: ..
--- Tout
; -- c::
Independent ports have shown an equal skill and him as an imminent issue more than to meet Its Maker all oen: -

L. Men who talk In their sleep should zeal in the 'work which was before once during the years of feeble may be sure that the tears and tp J

; PENSACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17, 1906. not be surprised If their wives suffer POWER OF CHEERFULNESSTIle them. health about him, and we may be tenderness the love and The !lartt.!: t.
i'- from insomnia. From the possibility of recrudes- sure there were no coward tremors I the fear and the faith the IOJf'; c,
I -, Way One Drncriit LI htM the cense and also from past experienceNew and no shrinking back when the the heartfulness of the ''uuaMcr: : ,
. Tom Lawson is of the opinion that A Characteristic Sluron If some men were to open their nil of HI* dutomers. Orleans has been regarded dur-- death angel swooped with his sudden who had followed him throllgn \:>

; 'iHearst will win overwhelmingly.Now hearts we should all have to shut our A pale. weak girl entered a downtown ing the summer as the point of greatest summons to ,the great tribunal where were crowded by the "well don! ?" "

Bryan.In eyes In a hurry. drug store, ,the other day. She danger in this country, and the mis- men must give account And the the Elder Brother who: held b fr: ,

that Sam Jones is dead. he .. ; i seemed about to collapse., The proprietor trust engendered by the fact that a great evangel had small need to fear as they walked through the lar (Lows (
'. 'bas, at l least mastered the great secret. a recent address Mr. Bryan took $ assisted her into a chair and prepared man who had lost to'a great measure the verdict of the Supreme Justice to the light and beauty .1'7',,

the ground that no servant of a corporation NEWS AND VIEWS 1 a mild stimulant for her. Thedruggist's the confidence of the masses, was retained who presided there. His was 'a faith- Father's throne.
should be permitted to pose as city health officer of New
IINI.nner'was so sympatheticthat
: The man who invented barbed wire as the servant cf the people. FROM STATE PAPERS. iCleveland -' Orleans has caused the people of I -
a little later she confided to him
,< has just crossed the big fence' into Those were not his exact words MH. -HH$ that she suffere4 with her heart and Texas Mississippi and. Alabama no ARRANGING A ROOM. LEATHER CHAIRS.
little uneasiness. I I I
:- eternity. but his meaning was obvious-namely feared she had not much longer to live. On the other hand the new state Try Cleaning Them With a LaU.

Mr. Hearst Is sick with a cold.< Some that the men who manipulate our and Hearst. "Heart disease?" inquired the drug- health officer of Louisiana, Dr. C. K. Some "Doa'tB" la Line With Comfort Caitlle Soap. II

bf his ,enemies are also sick on gen corporations should never be permitted Hearst's Mr. Cleveland nomination refuses to take Mr. gist genially. Why, I have heart disease Irion, early acquired a great deal of I and Good waite Leather on chairs la best cleaned,
seriously. He have who did I House furnishing is one of the most
to manipulate our government.And myself; had It for years.n1at's the confidence even of those wet and Select
eral rag soap. a
principles. Hearst is pure orjg:
says an absurdity and his difficult of arts to the am.
has especially
> now Leslie's nothing. I dont worry myself not know much of his record or ,
comes "Wteekly nomination or white! soap-never a laundry
a calamity to the democratic
;; about witha qualifications for such a position.It bitious housewife who is not quite certain vanctj
Ignorance may be' bliss all right with it. I don't look like a man
an abortive attempt to undermine party. A -make a lather with lukewarm
great people astir
many was known that Dr. Irion's! appointment that her taste Is all that be
but not in the case of : load on his mind. dCYou prob-
our Mayor
the talked the same 'way about Mr. Cleveland and with a damp cloth rub suds
.. perfectly legitimate
.. .. and logical came direct from Governor mta I
"* I ably think that ireiiable to drop expected of her. A few "don'ts" will
Bliss at rate. you
any position taken by Mr.: Bryan by when he was first nominated Blanchard and was nt: dictated by the leather with a rotary motion w
only worse. We have off any time. On the contrary, any give her a little help.Don't .
never yet seen the commercial interests of :New Or ering the entire surface so one
in part:
:Depew has turned asking effect if It is proposed to
Chauncey up the newspapers especially the republican doctor will tell you that the average place ,a bronze figure of Mercury -
leans. will not be clean and another bare I
legain but it not trumps that he bar from ell political preferment the In window where it to t
was newspapers tttrow flowers at a person' with heart disease generallylives <' '!hen a case of yellow fever occurred a appears soiled appearance. When the seat or ,
;, turned up this time. 6,000,000 odd citizens who are now democratic, nominee of New York to a good old age. The very care near :New Orleans Dr. Irion be pulling down the drapery with one back has been well scrubbed in tiu
said to be on the payrolls of the various state or even at a mayor of New that a sufferer from heart disease takes both kept faith with the health boards hand and crushing down a lamp shade
Funston must have had rthai funny. York way, rub the surface dry with a sift
corporations of the country. City. The buse of Clevelandwas of himself or herself is calculated to of the other states and took such with the other. Place the statue where I
flannel cloth and the
feeling in earnest when "be got" his. .. ''Leslie's Weekly knows very well Banner the most horrible of aIL-ocala lengthen the years Indefinitely. You scientific prompt and effective measures I it,will seem less destructive. disappear, but, the leather spots should should not be \

walking papers in Cuba. that Mr. Bryan meant nothing of the I see, a man with a weak heart naturally as prevented a further spreadof Don't place a lamp near a lace curtain as shiny as It was when new. Mere

sort. It knows Floridians Should Co-operate. Is careful of himself a bIt. He doesn't the disease. or in any other part of a room so
President J. J. Hill the railroad that the regular payroll coadjutors did the same there are grease spots on the leather
He and his
commit any excesses, never overdoes that it will keep nervous people on the
Why can't Floridians and
magnate says that we must return employees of the corporations I organize thing when a case of fever occurrednear they should have an extra washing aid i
anything. lives in moderation and thus of off for the fire bri
procure foreign white labor: as. well point starting
should f
first be cleansed
with the
have In old focus at New Iberia. sods
to soIL little an
the After you, J. J. many cases, as use for .as Georgians? The Georgia I keeps -bis vitality ,unimpaired. That's gade. i
papers say
and chamois of cheesecloth
their The effect of this was to establish damp or piece
employers as anybody; else. And I that extensive have been be- I an have to take of
The plans you do-just care Don't place marble busts or bronze
financiers of the that
country are confidence in his ability to cope with so any stain will come oIt
with good reason since they are, of : gun for securing efficient Immigrant yourself. What's the use of : where look Insecure
worry. they so
I cow gathering in St Louis to attend labor the situation regardless of any falSe'ideas figures when, the entire back or seat Is scrubbed
{{ all men. in a position to appreciateto for the manufacturing concerns mgr of what constitutes commercial that reading a book near them In comfort .
a convention. They are always gathering the full extent i and planters of that state who are The cheerfulness Infectious
the druggist's was .
and -
arbitrary interests which might prevail in the is an Impossibility.Don't
I would never rub oils Into leather,
)- In something I seriously affected by the scarcity
tyrannical methods of the corpora. employes.The the genial interest of his talk city of New Orleans. choose pedestals that are so ornamental for most of them make the surfaces:

I i Even if Mr. Hearst fails to make tions. I initial has been be- made depressfioaf1:
.. the hit of his life in New York the Mr. Bryan's critics will have to find I gUn by the Savannah movement Board of Trade the girl soon began": !: look more hope- : strengthening States public the health power of and the marine United the pedestals become secondary In im Then too, the leather is so prepared
ful and smiled. After the I
even druggist Don't pedestals
i !knockers are certainly trying to hit something heavier than this to throwat and the Chamber of Commerce of : hospital service and supplying that portance. buy anyway that no oil Is necessary, the only esseotlal

the life out of him. him. :And while they are huntingit that city, who, under the direction of had gayly chatted with her awhile branch of the government with the if rod can avoid it If yon must in care of such upholstery betsa !
she rose and walked out of the store have them don't place them so near
a state immigration commissioner, oftener
well needed sinews of war, also had its dusting every day or if essvenlent
they would do to inform the
It has been decided that Senator have sent an immigrant agent to Scotland with a firm step., effect both in lessening the actual : your library shelves that the books and a washing with suds 'Dl

[Burton must "serve out his sentence." public whether or not they are pre- and other countries of Europeto This druggist though he would- scorn danger from infection and in restoring cannot be taken out without movingall a damp cloth once In two or ttrw

lIe will probably be a much better pared _to take the other horn of the find the necessary class of em the Idea if suggested to him Is a. bene- outside confidence In this Sect!oh j the furniture. weeks.. Don't forget that leather mu:: ..

'public! servant than before. dilemma, and openly advocate the active ployes. factor to humanity. lie Is a believer I as a safe field for leans and Invest be carefully rubbed and kept warns! b

ever participation of corporation magnates Other agents will be sent out in the In the power of cheerfulness, and the ments. winter and remember that it Is a b..

Magcon says that he expects everything and manipulators in the public near future, and Germans, Scandinavians good that he doei !n his peculiar wayIs Science has'- in a great measure tak-- One Kltcbem to a B1oe :::. plan to sit down quickly on a teatim
( affairs of the and Norwegians will be broughtto not to est1 hte. en the sting from the once dreaded I kitchen in the middleof '
to be smooth sailing in Cuba. people. easy A co-operative seat that has been kept In a cold roc:>
Georgia as rapidly as possible. "yellow jack" and the time will soon-
Not a day that he does not an the residentsof
block to
passes every serve for several days, for the upholstery II
) Evidently a smooth artist like so They will come directly to Charleston come when the visitations of that terror -
Frank Harris Impart his message of the cheerful life I that block ia the latest solution offered likely to crack and split, just as pate
.. many of the administration satellites. on the and Savannah from the different of other years will not be reckoned
;e I countries and will not pass through to some despairing individual lie as one of the posible drawbacksin for the eternal problem that leather does.New York Telegram.

: Ben Tillman thinks that we should Needs of the South., New York as has been previously the makes all others' ailments his own and the Gulf States. faces every housekeeper says a :New

have the European passport system Editor Frank custom- poInts out the uselessness of worry. A York correspondent' of the Plttsbursr I Mother and CbUdrea.

> over here. The senator long ago ee- ,I Banner :has Just Harris of the Ocala There Is a great ;demand among man will come In r bent, and suffering. MAKE CALLS AT NIGHT. Dispatch. The plan seems feasible In Surely nothing wiser or more boxful : ')
cured his returned from a the sawmill men and planters of Perhaps he confides to. the druggist view of the fact that the new Art club was ever written respecting C;:
to fame
; passport anyhow. :'visit to New York, and, Judging from Georgia and Florida for labor of this that he has kidney: disease and fears Peculiar Custom of the Arab Ladle studios have a kitchen In common for training of children than these Unas ,.f

: Grover Cleveland some of his recent editorial reflections class and the former have appointeda hIs days are numbered. The druggist of Zaailbar. the use of a small army of students Mark. Twain: "The mother of my <:'
says that Mr. has brought back with him committee to confer with the immigration immediately Informs him'that there is The Arab ladies of Zanzibar live In who occupy bachelor apartments. It dren adores them. There Is no mik. ...

Hearst doesn't represent Democratic some ideas that he Is disposed to promoters. no cause for alarm; he-has had kidney great seclusion in the large white has been< suggested by economists thata term for It, and they worship her TJ: .
(principles as he understands them. utilize Start a similar movement in Florida houses never going out in the daytime kitchen be established In
for the benefit of the state for trouble himself foe oh, so many years large every even worship everything which '
\SAnd a mighty good thing for Hearst Which he has already done so much. and. or stop co-operate this eternal with the about Georgians lack and has no intention of dropping off. from one year's end to another says block and that the place be under the touch of her hand has made sacrH

too. cry That druggist in the course of week, the Manchester Guardian. A little direction of a chef, with several as- They know her for.the best and tra"
AS a sample of these ideas, the follOwing of labor to do anythoing In lines of
may be cited ndustry.-Jacksonville Metropolis. probably will acknowledge that he is cooking and sweetmeat making is their sistants. The housewife could take friend they have ever had or ever st!
: The Rockefeller family has been : afflicted with every ailment except only recognized employment though her food there to be cooked, thus savingthe have. They know her for one tt' :)

holding a reunion in New Jersey. more If we than were another impressed on with one fact Clark Lined. Up.Congressman housemaid's knee: He makes every some few of them can do beautifulsilk price of fuel and keeping the house never did them a wrong and cannot O

John D., failed to attend. Probably New York it is that our the recent pressing visitto Frank Clark has lined complainer feel better.' He fairly,radiates embroidery. To lie on their beds free from the odor' of cookery and besides them a wrong."
: up with the land syndicates and corporation and be fanned their slave girls is in cases, dispensing'with
too busily engaged in holding up the need of the south is people. If one good cheer. and optimism. It is by many
; rest of the world. stands on the sidewalk in that city gang and declares himselfas his belief that half the sufferers In the the usual occupation of the richer the cost of dyspepsia tablets and pep- Two Enemlem.

he witnesses a passing throng duringall opposed to drainage. At least Mr. world have complaints that bright women.If sin. A girl should be taught to detest tn
Clark has not denied the that
One of Vice-president ,Falrbank's! hours of the day. Go where he report spirits will overcome. But eveavhea they want to visit their friends or, things thoroughly-idleness and a:

;: Eons has run away to get married. will he meets people. The street cars, he debate Is to on meet the Issue.the governor In our in opinionMr. joint they have a real disease it is his theory as Is more often the case to perambulate Pocket For WOlD e.'. Preie. lessoesa. These two enemies-,
( the: subways' and the elevated rail- the town tixey wait until 8 o'clock Women who have for .Tears beenmarQ"rs given birth to ennui, which Is pain "
It will be a surprise most peopleto Clark has made a mistake ,and that a little cheerfulness doesn't hurt ,
ways are always crowded and so are In the Is fired to fashion's prohibition of the she be a child of fortune, Instru-t her
learn that there was one that the people ,will rebuke when and that the malady is only aggravated evening hen a gas ,
ever anything he: hotels and department stores. Its again given an opportunity-Live Oak by constant depression. He warning all Mobammedans that it Is pocket will hear with delight the news even more carefully than If she were
sunny about ,that man. a jam that it is to be restored this
everywhere. The hotel at autumnby i
work in
to some definite oannI
News. makes .It his mission In life to drive the fifth and last hour of prayer; then I poor
t .
which we stopped is not a very pretentious the arbiters of the mode, says a for pleasure's own sake. More than *'>,
out. I
they They are entirely
L A. startling rumofnoV .p rvades a one and yet its register was Busy With Other Things. away depression and turn the thoughtsof enveloped may In go large mantles and their special cable dispatch from London to : train her hands and stir her brain w :'

p deeply agitated community to th.e.: X. 'always full and so it was with all the The drainage question! yet occupies people toward brighter things. His faces completely hidden by ugly the Boston Herald. The opportunityto the constant assurance that she w.1 i
feet: that Mr. Rockefeller hasn't "at hotels at whicih we called. When we much of the time of our editors. Much cheerfulness is a tonic that never fails. very reinstate the pocket In its old placeor find her sweetest satisfaction in tut
to gilt masks, with oblong slits for the
got Charleston and visited the to act.-New York Press.
E.Ic- tended" church for three weeks. Betfee's Charleston discussion of the question will tendto and of them wear these Inside the: left hand seam of the which she Is to accomplish In life:
hotel. the leading hotel of eyes many
effects -
bring out both the good and bad
skirt at the back
ia afforded the
attending to business all by return -
right, the city found Its In the of their own homes.
we that register of the case. Good men and Test For lleadr Boiled IAb.ter.. even privacy to second
though. contained less than a page of arrivals. those who are well informed are ar. Should ready boiled lobsters be purchased Their other garments are trousers aMa empire modes. By this THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES

ped Yet it establishment.is a large and splendidly equip- reigned on both sides of the question. test them by gently drawing tunic reaching below the knee, whichIs Is in Implied folds which avery are wide convenient skirt hanging for the Editorial Rooms.? .:. .. . .*

t The Birmingham Age-H rald. says The belt line Nearly all the local newspapers have back the tail, which should rebound often embroidered and trimmed with Insertion Business Office. .. . ,1'
; that "peonage is prevalent In' the street railway, a splendid enterprise taken sides. The News has not expressed with a spring. It the tail is not curled I,.gold braid. They have a number of of a capacious pocket It wasthe To communicate with The l Instead of being the eel skirt that the
; wild districts of the Everglades in packed as were itself on drainage, in fact the up and will not spring back when gold and silver ornaments nose rings tight deposed during the day time use the i- a
cars In New York
city, were carrying pocket and drove to wrist
of railroadsand women
; !Florida." Our Immediate prospect two carry office phone No. 1500. To comn-'
and and
distinguished Alabama earrings, bracelets anklets
few straightened the lobster was dead when
very passengers and the scar.
so which
:' deep water are absorbing the better bags, have proved a perfect ute with The Journal at nIp!
,contemporary is mistaken. The city of the people was marked on part of. our time-Crystal River boiled and should not be eaten. Choose 10 on. treasure trove to street thieves. I the editorial phone No. 38.
; Everglades are about as unsettled as every hand. Cews. the smaller lobsters that are heavy for: They are very light In color, many of

the famous controversy over their Nothing could be truernothingmore their size as the larger ones are apt tobe them cream colored. Their features are

;i. drainage. f to the point than this. New What Will Bob Get? coarse and tough. Lobsters weighing regular and good and ther'have dark *
MciNamee ?" *HMHHH WHV H ** U.**
will Bob
"Wtiat get
i blood-new people-are what Florida from one and a half to three poundsare eyes and silky black hair. They paint

Grover Cleveland, true to his in. most of all need to-day., asks of Tom Bob's Appleyard.motives who In advocating Is suspicIous the 'best In' size.' All parts of the under their eyes and stain their hands | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,

etincts is now doing all In his pow r ,Men and money are essential to the drainage proposition. We don't lobster are wholesome and may be and nails a reddish color with senna. '| CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZE *
the' which is If they want to distance from ,
used stomach
: except a go any
to elect the will but do
candidate fort the push and prosperity of know he get. we '
progress small hard sack and contains: poisonous home they ride through the narrow i STERLING I
governor of New York. And it may know what he can get, if the drainage | SILVERWARE,
any community but of the two
j amendment is adopted and that is matter and lies directly under the head, streets on large white asses stained a =
be said, Incidentally, that he is get men must be put first. i an appointment as attorney for the and a little vein which runs the entire brick red their slaves running by their 1 ART POTTERY; OPTICAL GOODS, *

: ting all that is coming to him from For It i Is a fact that should never I drainage[ board at a salary as big as length of the talL sides, but you generally meet them \!\ CUT GLASSWARE.

i the Democratic papers of the coun. be last sight of, that towns are made the governor's. Or If he prefers. he talking solemnly along, surrounded by

try The Birmingham Ledger, for In- not by the:? locations : of drainage at a smaller salary and do "Your husband" said Mrs. Highmus
has to
stance this the O. O.
say "natural advantages but the'pea. as big as a London street lamp.
; by
only. thirty days' superintending In a graciously "Is decidedly Interestingand
IP's friend In need Engraving and Fine Stationery.
: pie in them. Very often they do not return home 5
I whole year. Now, read the amend original even If he does sometimes
t Once more Mr. Cleveland rushes In. Wfcatmade: Is InIt tin 4 In the morning, when another
Atlanta If
? Nothing but ment see there anything jloTf his own horn a little too""It
to print to fight the democratic par. the Indomitable, spirit of its people. I t to prohibit the drainage board from Isn't soi!" Indignantly exclaimed gun Is fired proclaiming the first hourof
; ty. He has not in twenty years even Bob such a job one of those prayer.'It la very awkward at times Mail
; 'voted the democratic ticket except What enabled Jacksonville to arise i giving as Mrs. GaswelL "My husband always || Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Indicated. And if the amendment j when you meet In the streets some of I
when his name was on It. This Ume from the ashes, and, In a few short uses his haodkerchlefr-Chicago Trib-
carries we really hope he. get a these ladles whom you ought to know -
: be gives out an Interview to help the years rehabitate herself upon a scale i good Job. for be is a clever fellow une. !
'-, and are greeted by them. You cannot
:republican candidate In New York and in a manner that throws into i him and would like to i
\: for governor. Since hi* work for the shade her former the and him we get like rlch.-Punta Gorda Her It Is a jcommon fault to' be never see their faces It Is not always easy E". O. Zadek Jewelry Co. I
republican party when he wad filling stability I see satisfied with our fortune nor dissatisfied to recognize a voice, and nothing would .
t a democratic office and drawing a If the people of Jacksonville had aId. with out understanding.-Bochtoocauld. *-- offend them more than to ask their MOBILE, ALA. :

: democratic salary he has done nothing not proven themselves equal to the What Apalachlcola Needs. : HAD)ML ." ."....."II..."", ...' ....I .'

i worse., He gave his influence to occasion, the city could never have We need more direct and quicker ---- l' fcelp elect McKinley while he was so rapidly and'comp tely recovered communication with immediate neigh-
eating democratic bread. That was borhood. If It Is our_ ambition to beth : "" "
;t. lilot to be forgiven. Now that he is from the staggering blow dealt it a metropolis of this section there

', of office and not drawing a demo. few years ago. should be means of keeping in touch

t! lout; salary, he is free to do. repub And why ia it that the people of with It. A telephone system reach- You Look W
work but he should announce Jacksonville have found it possible to Ing np both banks cf the river and ; ; Prematurely

that he is not a democrat except rise above defeat and disaster? down the coast to St. Andrews wouldbe :
f;: iwhen he Is seeking office. The 'only Just the ticket. _
.;i J wrong: Is to stand in the party lines Largely because of the constant accessions Such a system, if operated as a .. '..:' "JKS

".. jmi fight the party. of new blood and new vigor by drawer of trade Instead .of an invest. Because of trto e_ugly, grizzly Kray hairs, ute "LA CREOLE"'HAIR-RISTORER.: SI.OO. retail.



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: \ iim m:& }2Im&1 TRUE. ,HOSPITALITY. J:i
"The Best Is What We Sell" Is to lore children, and no nome b.:'Iij' f.
its Net Ma. Vv of Grad KwOa and .
I II M be t
BatcrtalmneotB. Woman'sNature can; ,completely haPpY.with. : :

il :In a borne that I bare In mind the ,ottt them, jet-the ordeal through; V ,
i PEOPLE AND EVENTS II I We have receivedour real spirit of hospitality is shown at '- which the expectant mother, I f

t Its best- 'There Is often no maid and must pass usually is so full of suffering, ,!
E EI new sometimes the mistress of,this house- < It1 It1to
danger and fear that she looks forward { .
hold is nearly overworked but invariably I "
jij BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. Buckwheat, the pest Is made comfortable.: If the critical hour with apprehension : : f

w m it is a hot day a tray bearing lemonade and dread. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating i I''
Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. Ii; Pancake Flour, l Iced tea or ginger ale and wafers k ,
k 18 brought at once to refresh the caller, and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and .. t-t:

NpyKtR. AMR Ralston's Breakfast'Food or'on a cool day it will be hot cocoa or unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the '. "

t t .u-. %i.. 1it1 tea or'a bouillon cup of hot soup. Invatlably'there ordeal that she; passes through 4:, ,1'

, I ; is something to express I the event and with but !t .i '

:t IS INEVITABLE!: CLOTHES. THEME The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature I IJ Hominy Grits, a it kindly Is never feeling preceded for one's,, with comfort the query and little suffering safely, as numbers have Molher's !" ,

,. (It ee'ms awfully funny and foolish, Cream of Wheat, whether ;you will have the cup If It testified and said, "it is worth ; ,' ,
too to a man who looks in upon a .should be prepared.
crowd of women that the inevitable 1 Oatmeal, Many a hostess win ask her pest if its weight in gold. _$1.00 per r ,'"'

theme of conversation is clothes. he will have refreshment, and It Is bottle of druggists. Book containing It'r.j i : f'

I Ile sighs, usually, in a disappointed Grape-Nuts, rare that one replies that be will, for valuable information mailed free. f Field I y '.
is "
w,. and wonders if there anything the Question itself Implies effort something
' Ull'WT the shining canopy of heaven Shredded Wheat that should never appear In a THE BRADHEID REGULATOR. Atlanta 60. ,;
which will cause as great and abiding; f I
The overconsdea-
hospitable offering
as this one subject brings to Biscuit,
the pleasure feminine heart. tlous hostess, who fears that her'beverage .............................o............. .......
Then he thinks of the "touch" his and many other may not be made just right or ;................... .............................. .
wink account received only a few days, that her china Is not quite fine enough. t
aro and how his pretty wife beguiledhim CEREALS.Rosenau misses much pleasure for herself and ii
into signing a check for' a few guest The beginner In housekeeping WM. JOHNSON & SON n ; -
hundred only one short week ago, he w would do.well to acquire the habit of

isrhs: again-more heavily than before putting the true spirit of hospitality .. .. 'j
-and "all for clothes, dry-goods; glad t 0 t7q 7 o OIr 6 Gerelds Into,her homellfe at the outset, and as +. i
raps" he mutters and, smiting himself YI she groWs older her home will have acquired
f :1
twice hard in the chest, he turns I o THE FANCY GROCERS, a reputation for comfort and I !
sway cheer that an ostentatious dinner or Our Down Town Store Palafox '
nt' -
Poor fellow! He does not realize
II6 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. luncheon now and then will never confer
that it is these same "glad rags" that .=Chicago Inter Ocean. Z
cause him to check off a seat in the t*
'hallheadro row" when a comic opera! Phone 391 and Intendencia Sts. will be closed !
comes to town. Neither does he know DRESS HINTS.In .
thxi were it not for the soft silken .
allurement of the clinging gowns, his i prancing! ribbons with a hot Iron
beautiful wife wore only p few years', Y s BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. lay them between two sheets of rnnnllt i TO-DAY-Wednesday( ) to
back, when he courted her and was, paper, and they win come out Hke new.
so afraid that the other fellow was In sewing a piece of material on the
going to have the privilege of paying bias to a_strsgbt'pteee the former Is .
these. same "glad-rag bills," that the.froufrou" 4i Return this with 59 one cent stamps orS apt to become stretched To avoid this stock WiIlol'en i Thursday at '.
of the silk she wore as 2! one cent stamps wttb the nameS and the bias should be placed underneath il j i
she walked beside him was half the addresses of twenty ladies and learn howto V I I'
and It will then be M'WIlln
charm. ; have a lovely natural color as long as
Now he cnly thinks of putting a dollar you live.for This the first method time Is to now the being general revealed If sleeves are too long or too fulldon't 8 a. m. Our Store in the Brent i

where it will bring back two, and mblic. There are no cosmetics, bleaches, rip" them out. First take a tuckor }. _ _ .} I
the invertment of several hundred a face powder, or other poisons in this. fold In the tops, making them the + .
year in mere clothes is repugnant uc\ r Pimples disappear blackheads isrerer under and this discoloration method.Yemen desired length and baste. Try on'and 1
him.But and girls who wish to,be beautiful : If right cut oft the superfluous material. Building ill be open as rare Ii '
there Is an old saying and many will be taught the simple laws most of.beauty Skirts should always be provided
or and they will leArn bow tile .
are Inclined to believe In it, "that the\ v beautiful women of Paris, guided and con- with three bands-one on the tight I II e

most smartest stupid of men of women"* can outwit the : appeared Master upon the Gypsy scene and,Greek played minds the. aide, one on the left and one to bold up
game of life and carried everything before the drapery at the back. If this precaution
Madam: knows her business and them with their bright eyes ana unrivalled : III I-
Is taken It is much better to II
knows it well. She realizes to the complexions.J. .

unadorned fullest extent, and what although her having charms beeu are c L. MOCK: LEY, 1133 Broadway New York., hang It away.In up.a skirt than to fold It and lay il WM. JOHNSON & SON ;

tittle "kindergarten making. material with ;
told sine a girl at up any a
"that beauty the least adorned is S ? Rupert. At the last meeting, which nap remember that the nap should'always t V
adorned the most" and there is so r 'ee. was held with Mrs. Levy, Mrs. Ferguson run downward. This fact should: THE BIG STORES i i i t*
much in "simplicity of dress" she does won the ace prize, Mrs. Francis not be forgotten wbeo sponging and .: -' ,-

not exactly believe It Commyns the consolation. Mrs. C. D. pressing, otherwise you will make a N yd1
Another thing she has noticed and The plate shows one of the new mil. Brown tulle was used under the brim, Byers the booby and Mrs. Willie shifty streak OB the surface of your
that is when she walks out with Briery models for dress wear, the across the back the trimming consist- Walker the lone-hand prize. material.
"him, that the women he raves over shape being rather a large one, with a ing of shaded hydrangea blooms, iu., .-'il.
for several days after they have' bowl crown. Pale blue felt formed pale blue, pink and mauve, with fol : Mr. John Choate, who went to Tallahassee Cieaiasag a IJbimry.
passed upon the street or met at I t the hat, which was tilted up on the age. A pale blue aigrette sprang from. ,some time, ago to visit his To clean a library properly one THE CORRECT THING k =
hous -parties, were beautifully and left side, the bandeau being filled with the center of the front, giving the required parents,' Hon.' and Mrs. Chas. Choat", should have a real reverence for books. *: i
tastefully dressed. But should she velvet height has returned home. He was quite U1
a draped knot of pale blue After the,rurnttore is all removed from "
venture to ask, "dear, what kind of a when he left Pensacola, but returns "J
dress did Miss So and So have on much nefttted."by his visit the room and the floor has received the A wedding invitation of all things demanded by social cnston f
when\ we met her b day." she knows I delightful time and are greatly enjoy- will lay the cornerstone of the new attention to be given It, then turn to should be correct in form and made of fine stationery. It is better .. .
that the answer would be: "How in the hospitality of their young; hostess Marion county court house, and also the books. Take one shelf at a time. not to issue any invitations at all than to send out something thais !
the mischief do I know-but isn't she ing meet Governor Broward in a debate Guaranteed to please or money re Wipe each book as it is removed from unfashionable or of poor material. If you wish, to get absolute 'jl :
a stunner: those eyes that lovely: Mrs. Gereld's guests are Miss Amy upon the much-talked-of Everglade;i! funded. Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va the shelf. Have a small hair dust the correct thing, consult J. P. STEVENTS ENGRAVING CO.. tin
figure (which is a fitting sample of Biggs, Miss Lillie: Williams Miss drainage scheme. He will also visIt nilla. Absolutely"Blue pure Ribbon, goes Flavor"twice as brash and with this brash the tops fashionable engravers, 47 Whitehall street. Atlanta Georgia. 1 '
the tastefully draping of the despised I Georgia Boyer, Miss Flossie Boyer, Jacksonville before returning to Pen- far and the. Ask for the 25c size.LAUNDRY sides and bottom of the books. BeT This establishment produces the latest styles as fast as they ar. '_ 1 ,
"glad.rags") and so en. "she" knowingthat :Miss Occie Clubbs, Miss Edith Lusk, sacola. ; < Miss So and $o'q millinery anddrygoods I Miss Blanche Reager and Miss Clara ia the proper order. Nothing exasperates of. charge., Dent delay; write this house to-day. '1
bills are the largest of any Pryor. Engineer T. J. Butler and daughter, INES. a book lover more than to hare 1
one woman's in town. I mn. Miss Luraline, have returned from a ,
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But would he believe it! No So,. LOW E-WILLIS. pleasant visit at New Orleans. stained well arranged shelves mixed up by
she leaves him to his pleasing illusions ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. ..:<3., t If white goods have become house cleaning methods
Mr. and Mrs David F. Lowe of Mr. Joe Villar who has been in EI with vtseHne dip the spots In kerosene
Montgomery have announced the en Paso, Tex., for some; time where he before"wMhhtg in water. ,ra..Jpuac a B__. I 15At 15\\
MRS. J. T. GERELDS gagement of their daughter, :Miss An- went for the benefit of his health, has Water In tniA rite: has been boiled To fumigate, or disinfect a room MILLINERY DISPLAY i
ENTERTAINS HOUSE PARTY. nie Wyly Low, to Mr. Walker Don returned much improved.The may be used tn starching old lace. place an ordinary house shovel over ti
Mrs James T. Gerelds is entertaining Willis of Pensacola, Fla. choice bandkercttefB etc. It gives a the fire until it becomes thoroughly
a house-party composed, of a number .This marriage, which is a matter of friends of Mrs. Marion Caldwell soft and dainty stiffness which adds a heated taut red hoi); move to the center At At t ; :
of charming young'ladies of "New wfde interest, will occur on the even- are pleased to learn that she has recovered charm to their appearance. of the room" with it and pour on it ,';
City. The girls are having a very ing of Wednesday,the seventh of November from a rather severe attack When washing black or colored silk an ounce of No.. 4 or No B carbolic 1f." "
at half-fiast .seven clock.u It of LaGrippe, which kept hereonftned stockings do not usa soap. Warm bran afM The shovel should be so placed full of the latest creations : +
will. be solemnized at the nome 01 mr. to her room for more than a week. A storo i [
and Mrs. Lowe, 14 Holcojnbe street -l.; I' water should be need and the stock that none.of the fluid can run off on to .

CRISIS F IRLtlOODA In the presence relatives and a few Mr. William Stearns, one' of the Ings should be and squeezed dried In or the run shade throughthe the floor. The carbolic will be given In style and.beauty--the season's t 1 1f ,
close friends,.and Mill be followed by popular engineers of the ,LouisVilleand wringer off in a vapor which will be strong '.:
., a recepUeo. Nashville railroad, has 'returned In place of the usual hamper for the enough to disinfect a room .and if genubae In Millinery. .
TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL Mr. Walker Willis: is the son of Mr. from a busines strip to St. Louis. laundry a better device Is three large : carbolic is used which Is not aretnetal ll-
and Mrs. Lewis Willis of this city, '- bags of plain white dock, one of them l corrosive add, the vapor will V
MSBaEmma[ Cole Bajta that Lydia B.Plaibaipte where he is well known and popular.i Miss Virginia Snyder. one of the marked "Coarea Clothes the second ia no way injure pictures, metals er) Call and see It. I j'
Vtccta"l1 je.CoepOuofl has Miss Lowe will lie: remembered as a popular teachers of grade< number 6, Tine Clothes" and the third "Flannete. fabrics.
Saved Her IfeaaOtodenier. Well. pretty and attractive young lady who Is very ilL ." Table linen should be kept In a Mrs. Nordstrom 1
visited Miss Allle Willis at her homein bag by Itself. 'When she 1* 1ferT.. :
Ilpy many lii eof sbeanttfulsy9un$ this city last wintef, ,where she was this .11. E. Intendencia St. .1-
+ remember .
Mrs. K. T. Goodloe, who has been To run curtain rods through freshly If you are nervous
g\rJ\ ha* mere pp r rig 4lto womanhood 1110w spending summer New York, ironed curtains every housekeeper simple rule Nothing so t ;
Irrefralaftties" or displacements, attentions. Indiana and various summer resorts, knows Is a troublesome Job and one taking a drink: of water every hour or if '
many Willis slater of t
l&vt beea developed atttkis important Miss Ailie will leave Saturday for has arrived in Pensacola, where she that often results In tearing the cur two. Medical men declare that we -
period, resulting In jearsof suffering I pective Montgomery groom, ,where she will be a will be the guest of her sister, Miss tain. In sprinkling do not wet the upper should be helped In various ways if
David F. Lowe Lillie Taylort at her residence, 18 hems. Bun the rods in before we were,more thoughtful and persist !
,guest of Mr; and Mrs. : West Jackson street. L F. DAVIS JEWELER : -
until after the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Ironing to open the hems. ent In-this respect. It is certainly a .
,Lewis Milhs will go to Montgomery simple rule and one that fa within Nowln' r "
Miss Ada
I in time for the wedding and a numberof week for New Hilton Orleans Green, where left last she Good ItoeJdap. reach>of the busiest among us. New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox SL

relative.s'and friends :of Mr. Willis went to enter the Sophia, Newcomb The one thing in which a mother of .... '
from Pensacola, will attend. college. straitened means should try to avoId< ,
+ r The young :couple will make their economizing Is stockings. No matter NEW DAWDLING.A .. '

future home In Montgomery.. Miss Clara Louise Simpson, who has how many rows of insertion or how RESUMING WINTER HOURS *f four
Mr. Frederick AusfieH of Montgomery -[been spending some time at Wythe- mGr dainty tucks you put in your lit Man of 70'After Finding Coffee f
is in the city for a few days on ville, Va., has returned home. tie gtrfs dress if her ankles are net Hurt Him, Stopped Short. store will'be open until 8 o'clock and on Saturday J >
business. D. neatly clad the whole effect la spoiled When a man has lived to be 70 10 o'clock. i l lCoe's
h -'it-.- .- Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Evelyn'Maxwell Cheap stockings are always poor economy years old with a 40-year-old habit until
The following limitation: has been ; are expected home In a few days and not all mothers seem to realIze grown to him ,like a knot on a tree,I :I30o] More; tit'
of the
Issued by the students from Wytheville, Va. how prominent and noticeable are chances are hell stick to the habit I
cola Classical School: these sturdy "understandings" of their till he dies. I New Brent Building. Phone 235. .f r
The students of the The Friday Afternoon Euchre Club the spirit ol youth
there lived But occasionally
A few ago ,
l years
e ,1
Pensacola Classical School will meet this week
with Mrs. Chas. determination remains In some ,
ore cordially invite you. to be.'present- at a, next door to me a family They In which were and men to the last day of their lives :;
IL1IuSmma people. .i
Reception were seven young habit of
tendered the new membersof not well off. It I.1 denttful If the twe :.ife When has such been men doing do find them any harm, they ..................................................... ". i f ,
A mother should to her child girls ever knew what It '
come the School Faculty youngest little surprise the Oslerites by a degree of .'
aid at this critical time and remember Thursday, October 18, 1906, was to have a dress: bought from 1M will that is supposed to belongto r.;
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 8:30 p..m.". Simply Fine store expmily! tor frtm. .. Bat thdr 'men power under 40,.only."I .
Compound will prepare the system for Dancing. feet and legs were a delight to behold had been a user of coffee until :
the coming change and start this tryIng .;;,. that never CHAIRSWe '
So neatly clad were ttty ew three.years ago-a period of 40 ysars PARLOR
life without
period in a young.girl's The friends of Miss Amy Briggsare to Eat: V -noticed the cawfuUy' mended dresses and, am now 70," writes a North Dakota
pain or irregularitles.MissEmmaColeof pleased to learn that she has en- above.-Mether's Magazlae. man. "I was extremely nervous
Tullahoma,Tenn., tirely recovered from a recent severe and debilitated and saw plainly thatI '

writes: attack of typhoid fever. This expressionstates Hook sad Ere. must make a change.

Dear"I want Sirs.Pinkham to teU you: that,I am enjoying bet returned in four sim- The next time you have hooks and "I am thankful to say I and had take the invite attention to our handsome line
and low. Miss Majiie Stuart has mat ,to quit coffee at once
for of nerve
ter health than I have years walrt. Instead
H all to Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com from a short visit at :Mobile. ple words the great eyes to sew sewing oa a en asttnlng;breaking on Postum without any'dawdling and of Parlor Chairs with the new slip-seat upholstered t
bond. '-' : distinctive fag a knot. experienced no ill effects. On the contrary beauties. :'i
.'When fourteen years of age I suffered almost 'Brown and Mrs. C. qualityof thread and beginning ill over I_commenced to gain, losing my in tapestries and velours- .
constant pain and for two or three side Lewis Mrs. leave Philip'today for Mobile, where u_ again try this: Sew the first beck (or nervousness within two months, also The slip-seat is, as the name implies remov- ; ;
I had soreness and pain in my After fastening
Wdaches and was dizzy and nervous, and! they will visit for a few days with,Mrs. Morrell'sPride eye) on in not the usual break way.the thread, but gaining !strength of and health, I otherwise.am very able, making it easy to dust and keep clean; .
loctars all failed to help me. Brown's daughter, Mrs Henry Steiner. do "For a man my
Lydia E.Plnkham Vegetable Cpmponndwag : -'it-. of Iowa---- -, I'mr"the needle along trader the sir well and hearty. I>sometimes met $7.50 to $25.BUY .
recommended and after taking my the for the who have not made their Pos
to place
the goods persons
Hams of
Miss Nina Parise, one of the popular and Bacon.SolGahn&Co.. face
twalth began!to improve rapidly,and I thinkit needle up right and don't like It. But I tell
ladles of the telephone exchange next one. Here bring your tum
h experience
saved life.
oy Isincerely j*my young enough and call
will b*help toother are passing has gone to Selma to assist In through the goods fasten thread ** them to bolt It long looks now, and NOW LATER. i
from flhIhoodtowOmancghods for I know the office there. She will probably though to break. sew your hook ODe their attention my ,
your Compound will do aunuch for them." return to Pensacola next week. fasten again aDd'CO on to the nextprice. before I used It that seems I ::1:1i

If you J.-nowof any younggirhvhois'lick By dolag'thtii you SY time Ing."Now writing to do, or ,
and needs advice ask her I l when I have :
motherly of Mr.: and Mrs. Jim on more secure!, -
: The little son your fastenings are of figures to cast up,'I
to Mass.,' columns I
and write she will Mrs. Plnkham free Lynn advice, which KLx.i who has been'very..ill, is slightly and there are not numerous knots te long feel equal.to.it"and can get through MARSTON & QUINA j .
will put her receive on the right road to'a Improved, and every one, hopes soon The Pure Feed Ste.... work' through the goods and'show. Ifa my work,without the fagged out feel. .
womanhood. to'see the little one in his- usual ro Southwest Cereir PtlaUx and Intindendi" should come towe barIng of old." Name given by PostumCo i ,
strong healthy and happy book or qe Ing Phone 149. Pensacola Fla. -
105x110 Palafox! St
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Mrs. Pinkham is daughter-in-law. of bust health. fastened the, thread botk Uftw Battle Creek.Mich.. Read the ., i -

years Lydia E.has Pinkham.been, advising and for sick twenty-fiv women i -John S.. Beard left- Monday by way Phonis1480. 'and after aH sowing secure anyway.on each one tie-otfc- packages.book; ""The. "There's Road to Wellville." in ............ .e....................................d..' ,
free of charge. of Montgomery,":for Vocals where he ers are

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The Journal's"WANT" For SaleCash REAL ESTATE C i." 4


or: onr'.'I Installment FOR SALE ; 'MAI MONEYis Estate .

Plan to what .' $500
place you .

f ADS Good Homes: have large., or whether;: small amount it: be a, $2500 Desirable lot on East Hill, 80 ft front by 132# ft deep i

$950 '
first whereJt is' safe and r will buy a eplendid 7-room cottage on !
$3000.00.for $2500-6-rooms. I block from Confederate : i East Jacksoo.street with reception hall,
monument; bath gas. electric. second where each dollar I I good roomy'gallery; southern exposure; : Two northwest of "B" and
are a tonic for a rundown't connection, etc. Jot 60x150. ; modern conveniences. cottages on West I

212 West Wright,street, $4200-7 rooms. North Alcaniz corn r' you have will earn i d'I i Jackson. streets. if immedate sale. .
Cervantes 90 feet front by 125 more until in the courseof .
business. desirable 8-room and -
a :very feet deep; gas bath etc. $1000
I $5250 :
time it becomes two
hall residence with large lot. $3500-10 rooms. East Gadsden. rnea !

A trial will convince Methodist everything church modern.;bath, gas and_ dollars or a greater sum. i I will Hill buy 6 rooms a very large desirable reception home ball on ,North gallery Desirable building lot on North Hill, 75x150 ft. i

The' best means to accomplish facing the south; closets to all bedrooms
$1200.00 $1600 5 rooms. East :Cervantes 1 block butler's pantry, china closet; all f

the most skeptical. from new house Methodist hasbath church.and This gas.is.a. this result is to modern conveniences. $1500" i

for 2 houses on the southeast i Desirable one-story cottage on East' Gi sden street
i below. Investments. Buy Pensacola I :
See blank corner of Strong'and'DeVil.liers If you have anything to sell. list your splendid neighborhood:
Real EstateYou'll property with us for quick, and satisfactory + .
$3300-6 houses. corner 'LaRua and 'A .
-- II' Sts.., ranting for $13 amonth. streets, all new, renting for $456 I results.L : $1750 :

HELP WANTED. a year. .;\? be surprised how + : .

W.Al"TEDTen experienced salespeople $1600-for 3 houses.$U6-a. year.North- Hayne, renting quickly it will double. L S Brown & Go : 10 lots on North Baylen street. splendid I investment

at once. T. H. Lannon & Co. 16oct2t I Act now! Don't delay! ilL. ,,,, i
$5250-8 houses North Hayne.: each- t
rooms and hall renting for J572 I $1800 .
WANTED office who "
-An boy can read
Money to loan at lowest market rate
a year.$1605Elegant. WE S ELL LOTS.
and write. Apply in own handwriting of,interest. ,

to 116. care The Journal. 16oct.WANTED bought Mortgages and sold.on real' .estate" in this city. 140x120. building lot on' North Hill' McDA VID-HYER CO. I Phone 918. Thiesen Buildic' I Two-storydwelling containing 7 rooms on N. Davis. !

A cook.
For particulars can All of the Mascot 'Tract west of "C" C
at 14 East Government street. 16oct2w street now for sale. ,_. $8000-155 feet by 180 feet, vwith I good Agents New York ; $3350 :

;"WANTED' -Carpenters wanted. Apply houses.. renting for. $S64 a jear. I Life Insurance Company. I" i :
7 Goulding Fertilizer One block .from; ,.depot. FOR SALE
1 Company l4octWA2TEDSure 4 -- 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., : 6 cottages on southeast corner 0 f"A", and LaRua :

I who will live the $5000-6 small houses. corner \Vrignt"ind : Phone 700. Pensacola, .Fla. C
on !
1 premises. Apply to Mrs. Sam Rosenau. Fisher Real Estate Agency Baylen. renting for $540 a year A BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALE C. : streets, splendid renters. :
'-corner 12th avenue and 13th See our ,list for other bargains. ,}, A comfortable one-story cottage with
street.Hoctlw .. five rooms. southern exposure on electriccar t
: _ _ _ _ COLLECTION OF RENTS A I line on East Jackson street $1300.00. $4000 i
W.LVl'ED-Good Hooton & Watson. Leading Real Estate
boy. strong and steady. SPECIALTY. i
to work in press room. Apply Journal I RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT. Agents. IToctit Block No. desirable
I 240 New City tract on 16th{ :
press room after 8 p. m. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St RETURNS MADE. WRECK IN SS very ,
BARGESALVOR FOR SALE-Lodging house, corner of i
Avenue 20 lots each about 40x1324feet.
: .WANTED H. Falrchlld requires at MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON Palafox ,and Main streets, known as' containing t
once, 1 upholster 1 cabinet-maker 1 Dunn's Lodging House-: An established -
mattress-maker 1 carpet-layer and 2 I business; everything complete; a good :
helpers. Apply 15 East Garden street upstairs WANTED. I Investment for the right man. H. Muller
400 S. Palafox. I $ WOO
before 8 a. m. lloctlwWANTED isoct :
: -A capable engineer 'to '"handle "TED-Pos1t1on as grocery salesman EITHER FOR SALE -One horse and wagon 2
engines. dynamo compressor.' Tee-And .. stationary 'or on the road. Ten buggies. fine cow, seven head of hogs. : Desirable lot on' northeast.corner of Garden and De- :
steam heating plants. AH combined in years experience in general merchan- WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE. PRICE REASONABLE. 3 dozen chickens gentleman's saddle and i +
one building. Coal used. Excellent andperuzanent dise and commissary work. Best" of ref WE CAN SELL IT. 2 sets O& harness. Apply to :Mrs. C. L. Villiers streets, enclosed and has good stone walk, i
position to satisfactory party. erences. Address "Salesman care The Wilkerson> near' KU trlan's Park. : '
Write stating experience ag and refer Journal. 17octl6t- 14octlw ; lot 120 feet on Garden by 139 feet on PsVilliers.A .

ences. Address, "Superintendent," care Fire Insurance Placed inFirstClass
this paper. lloctlw WANTED-Situation as grocery sales- 170 gross tons, schoonerrigged FOR SALE-Two horses for sale. Apply; A genuine bargain. -
man; twenty years experience. Ad- Companies. 'i I 126 South Tarragona SU 14oct3t" ? :
WANTED cook and a woman ,todo dregs "Grocer" care Journal. 16octlw Sheathed with yellow TI I -- I .

house wo k. Apply at No. 227 Cast Intendencia FOR SALE Boat suitable for freight, f :
WANTED We metal with anchors
sUftet "'1 loctl w want 100 bright young equipped I' passengers 'or towing. Length 66 feet

WANTED-Jlrs- ass .carriage blacksmith qualify_men and for women the many to enroll business wth positionswe us and LESLIE E. BROOKSReal : hoisting engines boilers, tons beam, IS net.feet Power draught two 4 feet 25; ,horse-power tonnage 29
are called upon to fille have dozens HOOTON &WATSON I
and woodworker. Good position%
for :right; naa. Address. John G. Wt'9. unable of to calls fill every Terms month that Day we and are wreckingpumps, steel haw;{i Murray ed & Tregurtha. 1S05. gas Will engines.deliver Lauch.December any-- | ,

r ._ night classes. easy. cable chains and I where in state for $ ,$OO. J. M. Rowley. .
Pensacola Business CoI'lege.
----- --------------------- Estate sers, suc I '
WANTEDcocnpetent nurse. 701 North Telephone 900 or 1037.:: 14'ctlw } WesUPalmbeach. hoctlw'SV.CONIh1AND I "THE.RENTAL AGENTS "
Palafox BL Toot -- I tion pipes. Address Jacksonville i
and insurance. : SAFE for sale used

THE PUBLISHERS of Good HousekeepIng 'V East A."TED-Boarq or North Hill with by private'laay of family refine on I' 'Towing and Wrecking |' W"only S. Hoot one year.n, 12 E.Address Intendencia.P. O. Box loch 412.! Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i

c Magazine want representatives 'ment. Telephone 900. 14octlw Phone 462. 112 8. Palafox! Co. Fla. >
both local and to travel. They pay very Jacksonville,
FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost Mehler f
liberal commissions and also give large A-'TED--Quiet:: man "wants private Sons' new :
cash prizes. For terms "write. giving board by week or month; expects to be a I case.& A bargain.piano in Piano handsome can rosewood be seen | No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54.
references. to Iin
Good Housekeeping. city four to six months. Answer for a j t
by calling at the Kandy Kitchen.
Agency Dept., Springfield, :Mass 6oct2w I week. .J;-F. Walker. City. Gen'l Delivery.Uoctlw. MISCELLANEOUS. jI 3ocL .'.$.................. .'..... ." "

WANTED tfhree four I I ThE E 'st.o"Nt FOR. S.\LE-At a bargain paying Furni
or good -waiters TREES-Fhade. ornamental or fruit ture business 13::$ E. Intendencla St.
Apply at once Kandy Kitchen WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I '
Ko. pay trees of all kinds; also hedge plants Address Box 325. City. %oct
%oct 15c dozen. I h&ndle: all leading brandsof furnished and S.
planted by D. Jackson.
wines, beers and whiskies and still LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.
WANTED on terms to suit customers. Rest refer or trade: nearly
-With references, flfteen good manufacture that well-established cough ences. Address S. D. Jackson, City. {! Has not affected the values of Real new and In good condition will sell' or

Planters'hustling Live sober Stock men Insurance to represent co. the of medicine Government Joe Roth Sta. corner Tarragonaand lloit 14octlm :: Estate in this city 100. The buildings i trade Brashei-rs for a Milton good,horse.Fla. Address J. C. Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.

Thomasvffie Ga. For particulars Address WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-"Wfe and wharves thct were destroyedwill 6octlm READ DOWN READ UP
Pierre G. Russell Tallahassee. Fla. Reference SMALL HOUSE or cottage, by reliable are now in our new quarters. 214 East be replaced by more substantial FOR SALE-A grocery business on fins- Trains Nos. Trains Nos.
Capital City Bank. Tallahassee. tenants. Address 222 West CervantesStreet. Intendencia. and to d< corner stand. Good 2 4 3 1
Fla. prepared > eiery buildings. Pensacola. has before I It run cf business. A ___
2C Sept. lm<>. 9oct thing! in wagon and carriage buildIng and bargain for cash. Long lease and cheap h1OhpmlhSiam: Lv...............__..Pensacola..Ar :0Uam i'IpU:
WANTED-At once white nurse for chll- repairing. E. L. Herring City. 14oct the brightest fall of its-future..' I have rent. Address A. Grecnhut & Co. llqptlw 6:30a.ml 6:2t.pn Ar.................)Iontgomery...................Lv ': '.1:0am
dren. Apply 137 West Gregory. Sept 28. WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old I|i made arrangements to take! all the 11:4 am. 9iOpmI ................ ..............Lv I 4:20pm 3Zao..
: hats made new. Cleaning. pressing MUSIC :Miss Cawthon's Studio. 3SC ', property offered below its market FOH SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwell- 1:25pm: 3Uam: Ar.........._....... ._....._....._.... $4samI %:;;.al"l
W ANTE -.At one several carrier and blcxkinSatisfaction guaranteed. Brent Building. Vole and piano. Special lag,. excellent location: near ice factory; 8:00pm 3.3auni Lv....._ ....... .
boys. value. If : are afraid of Poasacola \ ................. 1:11am :':;D1ain1:23am
Apply at this office. Panamas. SOc; Straws 25c:> : Felt. 3c:; ; attention given to correct breathing and you ?ood trade, large lot. good water, reasonable :! $1.13am ...................;\ .................. 3:00am\ 9'Ipm:!
Derbys. 26c. Victor Louis. 100( E. Inten- placement. :Miss Beatrice White takes Real: Estate bring it to I will terms. at Marianpa. Fla.
me. buy Address 7:40am %:IOpm .................. Louis..Lv 545pm 3:3t'pm
dencia street. AU pupils in primary piano. elocution and i W. E. Taylor, Chipley, Fla.
BOARD AND ROOMS.ROOMS come in. Goctlm dramatic art. Phone 1284 Miss Caw- it from you. lOoctlm 7iOpml; 3hTamj Lv................... \ ................... .. 3:27am 3:11am
i WANTED-AH owners or poultry to thon; 810 :Miss ,White. ltoctTARF.CNCE I FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. 2:1Cam. 8:30am Ar..Loutsville..L.. hZ:4sam 9Dpm
know that we are agents for the cele- SomeMoney In These.A ply to Tne Lewis Bear Co. 6oct Ap 7:20arnlC0nn! Ar..Cincinnati.: .:... ............Lv ll.OQpm 5NInm
AND BOARD for $3.50 per week. brated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed & ADAIR. Livery. Dc-.
Good tine. Apply Mrs. Laura Gomc, to cure rape, cnolera, gape and to Funiak; single or double teams night I quarter block (S lots) cor 12thstreet !i1! FOR SALE-FIne well grown Barred I BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
ZOO West Romana. 17oct2w kill fleas lice and mItes. day new rigs. good service, Rock Cockerels. -
Also their or ; polite and 18th March andpril I 6&I 2 &.3 4&1
.- wonderful egg producer. F. S. :Mellen & drivers. Give us a trial. hone 5'J.: avenue, overlookingthe batches $1.00 to $!.()O; hens last 3&2 1 k. 5& <
ROOMS FOR RENT with privilege of Co. Phone No. 334. ISapr. 6octlm Bayou, one cf the highest points breeders $1.00 each. 111'& Lizzie year's E. 7OOarn'11OSpm' hlSham: .......... -< .......... I 4.0Oam 4OOpmI! 6:3pTfl
light housekeeping: use of bath and I in New City two b ock5 from car line, Hughes. Cfcipley, Fla. ZTseptlm* loiamI= 2:55am: 4:1pm: Ar..Moblle..L.. I:40amtl1atam 2:3pm:
phone: on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson WANTED-At once, a four or five-room DRAWINGS- Of all knds: Hull E g neo cheap at $1100. :- 5OOpmi .Uam 8.h mAr.... ... NewOrleanll..Lv Slipmn!._.....C_ 921am
or phone 1457. lloctlm cottage.!; Must be close; in and in good Patent Office. machine and m1S(', made very FOR SALE 10,000 acres round timber
neighborhood. Address 123, Care JournaL at reasonable rates. Patentable Mean de- A block 300 feet front on Bayou land. 12,509 saw mill Umber and saw FLOMATON PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms. 25sept veloped. Sail boats launches. AddressW. Texar. Beautiful shade- trees wasn't mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several 21 I IS I I II J 13 Trains
f do
Call or. address J. A. Billingsley. 14 EL C. :McGowan. Pensacola. Fla.. Sseptlm good- farms and town properties.. Daily I|D&JyDally; (,Daily'f not stop at stations I r 'pi r 5 I r "::
where DaDy'
Govemn>.nt street. 16oct2w R. R. CRITTENDEN wlshe to communicate I touched by and not a singletree Write Gentry & Setterlind.. Chipley/Fla. no time Is shown I ] Dally)Daily! Daily
with his brother F. M. Crit- 'MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick blown down. One of the prettiest I- ...... 4:55 2:3F1jO[ Lv..........Flomaton.......... 12:45 1:25 HIT f
: FIRST-CLASS rooms and board by day, _ _ _ 23sept I ...... 5:00 235 %:551] ..... ...... ,
tenden. who was last heard of in Florida furnished if desired.; Guaranteed. sites for a residence and the safest Century............. 12:40 1:21 8:21 .. ..
week or month, at 22 East Garden. about S and ...... 6:07 %:41 -3:OS,' .........Bluff ........
years ago. Any one having Carpet taken up matting laid. Leave in the of PANAMA CANAL EDITION (.f. The ...... Springs 12.33 1:15 8.15 ...
lSext2w heard of Parker & city Pensacola 5000. 5:11'Sl '3:20..McDavl,3( ............ .
Mr. CrIttenden would do a fayor orders at Watson. Reese Co/s.. I Journal-a magnificently illustrated I 12:22 1:05 5fI6., ...
PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at sept magazine, containing scores of of ; 3.04: :3.36)). .........Pine Barren........... ...13.08 12.25 7:65 ..
board on North Hill. second door from Building No- 41. U. S. Navy Yard. I Wanted.A the city and harbor. For salet all I 3.13; 3.501. .............Molino ............., ..11:59 12.43 1:41.. ..
F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well drill! ... 4.04}. ...........Quintette.......... ..
oar line. For particulars address No. S Jh'.ptlm-! book stores or at The Journal office. : ; = : .., 11:51 -12:34 .739... ..
East Strong. ers for saw mills and turpentine stills\ house In good neighborhood mail, 20 cents. By 4:11 ..........Cottage Hill.......... -11:4412:29 -
12octlm and _
TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. especially. Geneva. Ala., and Graceville. Ilstpt 4.15 .....
.Can tenement.......... -11:40 1Z.26
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms Gent's nothing cleaned. pressed and repaired :'la. Prepared to put wells tnvn 4 to 11' near business district for'about FOR SALE-A pottery worts with .5:30 *4.23. .............Oonialei............ .*1I:!:. *12:21 *7:34..
for rent for llgnt housekeeping. Phone on short notice. No. 11% West inches diameter and from 10<> to 1CQO/\ feet $3,000. engine. steam drying room steam .. : : :':%5.., ............Roberts............. .-11:331:19 ...
1102. or Government St.. naacola., Fla. Satisfaction guaranteed. 12'neJmJ moulds. / .... .
apply room 3. 204% South Pala- depth. List and everything complete for 4.40 .......Olive............. 11:22 12.09 7:15 .....
tox. .your property with me for sale carrying; on '4t81 ......,.. "
lloet business together with the finest : .......Brent.............. -11.151:04: -7:09.:
FOR RENT-One cr-tW "n wjy furnished' WANTED P. Bingham wants your H. PORTER sailmaker. 716 South pottery clay in Escambla county.bed Located of r : 3::54 ''::51: ........... Goulding ............ ...-11:111%.01 7:05 :.:.::
front rooms; southern #xix) >svrewith all moving and Phone hauling.630. Ho guarantees Palafox street. Orders taken for' tents right in the city. Apply to or address 4.OOi _5. Ar. ...... Pensacola.. .... .Lv 11:05 11:65 ,7-00 ...
privilege of phone Vo. 1358.; Location ereakage. awnings camp stools and house cots R. P. Reese. ISseptf No.21f| I .
desirable etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan J. W. C r- ."".C
near business! ('('nt-r. 42! WANTED-Carriages repaired and Bullock Jr. PMJ) I I t t '. ; ii
W. Gresrorv. !lMm floats built order repainted FOR SALE-Nice home good location for 5.0S.20 ...... ...... 7.00 Lv......... '
; ; horse SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Oerftng chicken farm. Enquire : Pensacola......... 10W ...... ::=-m ;.;
.FOR clean RENT-Rooms cheap; real newly shoeing .a specialty. J. G: Welsh Cai- &. Co.. wholesale and retail ship chand. Real Estate and Mortgage Loans! 1912 West Jackson St. lOoctlSt Lorange : ...... 7:13: ............Bohemia............ ....... ..... ....... .'If

light fumlsheo rooms sultab'e! for rage Co.WANTED lers and grocers. Only first-class houseof S 5:22..:::::: ;.::::: ..7:15:. v::::::::j.GuIl: \ ; ..... ....- : ..
high housekeeping and healthy. on Close the hilL to car Location line. -The Merchants Transfer Co. kind In city. Fair prices to all.. Cor. Government and Deluna Sts. FOR out SALE one -ten Good ft.mowing self machine, 5 ft 5:29........ 7.18. ..'.......... Point.10:13.: :: .. ......-....... .':

: Privilege of II dump all steel]I 5.40 ...... ...... 7:25 .......... 'It i
phone tnd .
Stron Phone gas. Apply 314 E. *cts your moviuand. hauling. All CARRIAGES repaired arA repainted. Box 173. Phone 637 hay rake; one 2-section all steel harrow;; : Mulat -10:191 ::::::.::: :: ( "
1113. loaug breakage guarantee.. T. B. "n.Proprietor. Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga two hot blast heating 5:45.'i.. 1 :

Phona 918. specialty. J. ". Welsh Carriage Com- or wood; one tank force stoves.pump burn coal I 6::() ....... ...... 7:39. ... ... ..... ...... "' -5i I
capacity .
27feb Milton............ .
pany. _. ._. __ J 1 bbl per minute; one Aermo tor wind mill 6.35 .. 10:05. : ::4
: WANTED-All kinds of electrical work.I FOR SALE. ; ....Good Range.-
EDUCATIONAL. sell all kinds of electrical batteries MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-'Wil- one twenty-inch foot power tinner's! : 7:03...::::::. 8:15 :::::::.......Holts........:...:: ..::.... : : .;
and'-other electrical supplies. When you Mlms Proprietor. Furniture! re- to'I-I shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine 7:26 8:30 Milligan.. .. 9:12 :::::..:::::

7 MRS. IOLA BARTON MASON will opena need me ring 345 or 935. E. W. Peake, lie of an kinds. carpets laid. furniture 25c PURCHASES the receipt double barrel faammerless shot gun; Mar.: 7:40...... 8.3S .Crestview............ 1:04.. ............ ;\
echool of Shortha and Typewriting New Star Laundry Bldgv E. Garden. palming packed for shipping. Phone 82.:: est of cosmetics. Box,336, City. lib repeating rifle 32-caIbre. G. E. Bard- 8:09..... ...8:56..Deer. Land.......... ............ .... ... '
October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- Next to Tampa landing. 22april I :.... .%3 'J1)tjIriO- I I shar. Bluff Springs Fla. 26 Sept 1m I 8:33...... ...... ':18 ......Mossy Head.......... 8:33... ....... .. .. ,
eani or Typewriter Exchange 313 .%Al'"TED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions 9:1$...... ...... 9.35: ......DeFunlak Springs....... "
..... ... ;
wanted. If out of town. ship p 1 .... ..... ..8:111. .
Brent building. %octlm.WSS AND FURNITURE- FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures; ':30. ':44 ............ATJ'le............. .... '. ,
them to us; if in town. ring ud up at No. MATTRESSES I I ..... ... .
pool and billiard etc. In a flue ':57 .......Ponce beLen..e .
GEORGIA SE SIBA. graauate. of 334. or bring them to us at. corner of :Mattresses made to. order; pld onesrenovated. location. At a tablesi: f sold at once. FOR RENT. 9:52........ ...... 10:10... ............WesrvlUe.> ............ : ........... ,C. ,
Knox College Illinois and Ferrl.-f Chase and Alcaniz! 5t.!. F. S. Mellen A New ticks furnisd., s. .. Address box 103 City. 23iept I I, ..... 10:%;....... ......10:16. ...........Caryvttle.:......... .... : '.
:; Kindergarten College. Mich. will oped Co. < ; Jsjulv mud hand furniture bo\1gbt and sold.' Upholstering ; 10:45 ............ lel! ..............BonUay....... 7:44r..f .;
.. :
: a Kindergarten 1. at her and home timary 812 12th School.street.October ---- ..---- Belmont St.and. city.repairing Phone done.711.. 114 Dam E. \FOR SALE-Four good'schooners, suitable FOR RENT-Some nice scores on East 11:12.................10:47.. ............Chipley............. .: .... .. .' ""

.'Terms (:.00 per month 25seplm. LOST. Mfg. 2nC? T. Va'Is. 3lgr. I IlL tI .for"lake. sound and rive Address Government Real Estate street Agency.; cheap rent. Uuly TheFisher 21:23..20:38..Aycock.11:43 ............ 11:07; ..........Cottondale................. ..6.18Lv ..... .. ,.........' 4 4
Sheet'I "M care Journal. %lau ............ 11:15 ......... :
'ALFLU'-Tin. Copper and 12:10 ; .Marianna........... '00 ..... .. '
Iron Worker: cornice work and sky.I FOR RENT- Blnrham has storage 12.44....... ...... 11:45 .Cypress....... ..... .1... .. . .
marked .
"Noach :-.it.R.II .
VI"of .
BARBER SHOPS. LOST Kur.gsbacha-Ship boat; stem: was lost from lights a specialty; roofing. guttering and : FOR SALE CHEAP 00 nice clean room for for furniture 12:55........ .. ... 11:62; ..........Grand Ridge.......... .- 5:38........1. .. "
.- alongside my ship Saturday night, 13Ui repairing. 15 South Palafox St. phone syrup barrels. Apply to Vucovich- Cooper- or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar-: .."........... 5:21 ............ .'
- : :MILTON-When netting: here have your October 1JO/ Reward for return to B. 1316. ijunelm j age Co.. DeLuna street. 13octlw ratona street. Phone (39. 1:11.13:02..Sassfl.. .'......... 5ii ......1. .. :: '
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tonsorial street.work opposite done by jaiL Ira Clothes Mlms. willing and- Andersen. Master Sued; bark "NoachVL" ISoct: 1 9:05.: :.:.......I I'... ", PM I

hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping between Pea.
to hotels. Phone 63.: 26aug LOST-Brown Collar Fur. Lost on cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.car
; Tarragona street between 32 E. Gregoryand WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. .-
Wright streets. Reward for return Trains stop on signaL .
to 32 E. Gregory street. ISoctlw
.\- have a few 'thousand dollars-which-- white and black spotted hound dog-: one Send it to The Journal office,day or night. When you need help have anythingto GA., FLA.. & ALA. RY. Pensacola. St. Andrews and
red half-hound dog. Last.
seen September -
on good at 7 and
8 leading we per can cent.place Real Consult Estate Hooton and &InsuranceAgents. Watson, 30.reward three for miles information north of Holly.leading Liberal to- sell rent exchang, or wish purchaseanything, try a want ad. They do the Tallahassee CAPITOL ROUT Fla.- SHORT to Atlanta LINE Gulf Steamship Co.

17oct6t recovery. Address Newsom Harwell 1101- work. ,
ly. Fla-, or M. W. Marshall Pensacola. Ga. STEAMER TARPON.W. .
MONET LOANED on'real estate 0 and a. lloctlw* C G. BARROW Master

o property on short notice. LOST-Between Southern Hotel. and the ROUTE YOUR FREIGHTto FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER! : ANH
TenS J. w; Bullard. 28K South '
y eaay. Union depot. on Garden or Palafox FREIGHT SERVICE.

Palafox St. Phone 1144. street.reward one for %return Karet to diamond Cashier ring.Southern Good SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE, LINE. Southwest Georgia and West -Between-

I CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eightper Express company. lloctlw PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA .
cent. U you have any that you .- Florida.Via CARRABELLE.! ST AND3EWS.
want Intel est on. lee! me about It. It ; \ MILLVILLE.And .
-will be absolutely! wife oa real estate : )- Steamer' Lines Carrabelle all points on St. Andrews Bay Car-
eecurlty. Leslie E. Brooks. Phon 4U.fiONET HOTELS. rabelle and Apalachicola.

.-' Fla.and SCHEDULE.
'TO LOAN-Everybody borrows .. Leaves Pensacola Sunday. S.30 p. m,
money from Jno. A. H D.-' Ox. 14H BROWN HOUSE-DeFualak Sprin -". .! r for Mobile, 'Ala. ,
E. Government. St. When in need canon Good beds. airy rooms. eegant meals .r GA. FLA. Leave Pensacola Tuesday. : ) p n"
us. free bath and sample rooms. Special & ALA. RY. for St. Andrews. Millviile. ApalachlccACarrabelle !
_. attention to traveling- men. Rates $.00 .- Low rates, quick service to Tallahas. and intermediate point
lONEY LOANED- on all kinds of per- per dUo J. B. Brown. Prop. -' c '. ..... see and Quincy, Fla.. .Balnbridge Arling For additional information smulv to
; sonal property on short notice. Terms ton and Cuthbert,.Oa. J. R. SAUNDER5
easy. J. B. Gray. & Co.,' 2 W. Romana. : HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the For Rates and Information write to E .R. COBB. PresiJt'ntGeneral
phone 1165;, ifeb i year. American and European plan. { H. Frt. and Pass. Aflt-/ Pen'
rates. ,
Special summer First-class in J acola, Fla.
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan I everY reepect. Pleasant and convenient. ,, G .F. *. P.' Aw Bainbridge Ga.
pi.. .on all kinds of personal property. Special -I Mrs., T. L. Bowen. Prop., Pensa .
rates to business men on large cola. Fla. Umpr -... -
loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204 U .

ss South Pa'afcjt.TJ1OS I BAY HOTEL- Open night and day. European Rafes-T rate. on a want ad filling-lhe above space is 25 cents first: insertion Quality Counts-Use Phone No. 178
I : PEBLEY-F. Estate and Loans. plan. Rooms light and clean. Is Now Working.
Up-stairs corner Paiafox. and Romana Transient trade-$olicited.Fs4slox. 675-579 South 'for each additional>' LIGHT HOUSE BREAD.
-i: and 5 cents a day consecutive insertion end cash with the ad.
01 8ta. 1a Umt Jos. Nlcolau Prop. ; Pf.lfTer's: _s'u_m'. Bakery. Sol! Cahn & Co.

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.. --- 'THE _. PEN SA CO -
( LA
17. 1906. I
r --=- ;; !l J PAGE SEvEN. _:
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THE ST4JICHAMBER schoolmaster, directed to,the,bishop. In : I
these letters the writer spoke of a 1

= *llttle'great nan and In one place ofa SHIPPING NEWS .

... CONDENSED HISTORY OF A FAMOUS "little crchliu'V As-Laud was small

9 SCHEME OF OPPRESSION. of stature it was' conjectured that Pure l'
.4 these terms referred to. him. They ;. Arrived Yesterday. .

9 .t fint Its Object! Were LaudbIe were both tried one for receiving such ,. Alicia, Br SB, Ingrain; 1316 Ham IP t ,

.4 k.t It 9.fc. qnenUy Became a Crmelad scandalous letters and the other for ; burg to John A. Merritt & Co. '
9 writing them. Williams paid a fine of : Hlldegarde Br ship, Bohlman, 1610,
4 'aJ..t -Some .f Its On*-
.6 8,000 and Obaldlston !5,000 and he Bremen to order. _
9 r+geouu Penalties. had his ears nailed to the pillory. II Ylvlna Span ss, Arrotegaa. 19S3, "h

.4 4 When the Earl of Richmond bad Prynne, a barrister at law, of Lin I Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. :

.4 Defeated Richard III. at Bosworth and coln's Inn a Puritan of the strictest Cleared Yesterday. l. i :

4 had been crowned king as Henry VU., sect published his famous "HistrioMastix I Ida, Aust ss, HregHch, 2093, for Mar and 1-J; 1 J'
: with 1,600 tons !
seilles pEospfaate rock : : "
tound the times In troubled
fce so a a huge volume of 1.000 quartopages ;
4 for. Trieste, with 6,1(0 bbl, rosin. : ,
that men whose rights were Infringed aimed at music ;
6 state stage plays
Brinks '1'
Ibex Br ss, 129. for Gulf- V
4 4 upon or denied them dared not dancing, public festivals Christmas : old port in ballast. will i '
4 tply for Justice to the ordinary courts. sports, bonfires and maypoles. For this Sailed Yesterday. certainlv V t

: Ibe unblushing manner In which alleged libelous) volume be was arralgn Ibex Br ss, for Gulf port V- and nothing will i! :t

4 bribes and threats were resorted to by ed. before the star chamber. Steamships.Acacia ,. ; ACME
!you tip as
4 4 those that had Influence over the proceedings :Mr. Frynne, In his general sweep for Br ss Thomas 1348 Buenos t'

4 of these cpnrts denied to them his historical illustration of the mis- Ayres to Gulf Transit Co. ti

4tn' the security of a Juror's oath. chief of frequenting plays referred to l. .D August Belmont< Br ss, Clarke ItjspureIy.vegetabIe, and is creative !

: To reach a mischief that had grown Nero and spoke of Flavins end others 2967, Newcastle on Tyne to QuIt fleancieue food conveyed to the ; t .t. ,-

10 Intolerable Henry, feeling himself who conspired against him for his bad Transit Co.Anmainlater. a-* liTiwSX-lin! *eas"3r. assimilated! :V'

i strong enough with his second:parlia example upon the magistrates and the Br ss, Splnk' 1231. Havana new tof&vi&iaad:energy. It is not a f .

ment. created a court made! up of people. The chief Justice from this in- to master. 1S noUdmt t than, bread
Benedict Br Roberts
ss, 1758
the highest officers of the kingdom terred that the author Intended to Instigate Kingston to S. P. Shotter 0:>. \ I you/brfihfu! !' of Tlealthy. enjoyable i ;

: embracing,.theoretically, the king himself the people to murder the ting, Degama Br ss. Keene 2245, New. from nervousness ana, ison ma.

who was considered the authorof and Prynne was deprived of his rightof 1:1.TOP I Orleans to A. A. Brown &: Co. '-- "

i all Justice, to which were confided practice as a barrister, condecine : E. O. Saltmarsh Br SB, Rogers ,

ii unlimited power and discretion over a to stand In the-pillory at Westminsterand 2319. Tampa, to Gulf Transit Co. fit t- -.;

i large, undefined class of offenses manyof Cbeapside, to lose his ears one at ;: I Euterpe, Br 5S, Wale 2298, Las JHlrDrugstores, or Direct ) {

which were of a political character each of these places to pay a fine of Palmes to Gulf Transit Co. Mad by-JlcMe'Brewln.8 Co., -:

; without the restraint of a jury and !5.000 and to be imprisoned for life. 1RJE Ida, Aust ss, Hreglicb 2093, New ;<
Transit Co.
Orleans to
subject to no revision by appeal. There was hardly a man in the realm j
Kirkstall, Br as. Blade Colon to
This was afterward known as theeot.rt who had not personal experience of the : master., ... TT a

of the star chamber, so called harshness and greediness of the star Tapton, Br ss. Trailers 2300, Mon \
.. because the ceDing of the room In i I chamber. It became odious, and not I tevideo to master. '1 I ; i JI

,which! It met vas studded with stars without reason. It was abolished in Mi. mniAKD. WESTHETKER&! SONS : Tugela Br. SB, NlchoU 2141, Cardiff 'V i ,
.e or because In this apartment prior to 1641 as one of the acts of concession LOUISVIUX.KY.: 3tJO5E5QMLRETREPORT! to H. Baars &; Co. I : :: ".

the time of Edward I. the contracts made by Charles I. to the demands of Vldar, Nor as. Arnesen, 1084, Sugua .
an indignant nation. Prynne and his la Grande to Hyer Bros. ,
.r the Jews, called Starrs were deposited I
In boxes or chests. fellow martyrs were recalled from M6M1L1AN BROS.CO. Ships. I
Avanti! Nor ship, Anderson. 1648
prison. They entered London in triumph
. This scheme had good results at first. r London to order. :

.. ,Wealthy landowners who had oppressed amid the shouts of the multitude Ferreira,Port ship, ,Barnes, 501, LU Good Advice I V
who threw laurela in their ;
their with path.A -
neighbors Inpuaity bon to master. .
.. were brought before this court, where R .t1e-.a Fetch of Earth. Canada Br. ship, Spurr. 2237. Rio t' i

neither fear nor favor could avail and There is, near to the Thuriagen sum- Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.

tried for their offenses. The greatest mer resort .Traunsee. a curious and Ingrid, Nor. snip, Daonell, 1260, < :
Antwerp to MdCOertlng & Co.
merit of the court was that it was not Not Be j
locally phenomenonnamely -
: Lena, Itai ship ,Tassara. 1581, London :
dependent on a Jury, for Junes were the floating island which disporta to order.. ; :! I :' V 11I ,
: unable or unwilling to render a verdict itself at will now at this and new on Barks I : '.

& In keeping with thftlr consciences. that side of the Hautsee, a small and Afredo Uruguayan bk, Maragas. 'I

.. One said. "A court tlws constituted: charmingly situated lake. The little 987, Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. As the voice of financial i .

.. with powers so bread. and a discretion island also has its own flora varying Alfhild. Swed bk. Svensen 1332 I :
unlimited tI the Durban to master. it is harder to keep money than : l
.. called Into existence iJr JRlciTanti salutary mainland, among'which may be men Andrea, Nor bk, Quale 114. Durbanto Therefore, the means of retaining >>

purposes was la tie end Hke in- tioned the "meat consuming" Drosera master.' I
afforded this bank
: Avon Ital. bk Avegno. 1477. Genoato ings, by '
spirit ot'im&cbVef rotundifoha I -/0
voklng the without while flowers and edible t. ',
master. of whb I
a corresponding .powijr; in reserve to berries grow here In raak profusionand I tage : by every person V.V
Campbell, Nor bk. Hauskea. 1100, I
.. lay ito r check it? estfeaaeVlf'inclined slender birches cast their shade Stavan er. to McK. Oerting & Co. wealth. t V

to abuse its.authority." over those who care ta land and in- Chacma Nor bk Jorgensen 557. Deposits received from $1 up, V ..L
Instead of'losing powenaajtbe necessity vestigate this restless little patch of Fleetwood to order. : f IT
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for its existence passed away it earth. Birds are especially partial to I Savannah NAVAL Ga-, Oct.STORES.16.-The naval Ellen, Dan bk Gredericksen, 160 terest paid thereon, compounded f r !i I'

.. drew to itself new elements ofstrength this spot wild ducks and other aquatic stores market closed today as foliows Buenos Ayres to McK Oerting & Co. ;i"!! ;,

and enlarged extent of Its Jurisdic birds breeding here in great numbers.But WW ................................5 90 Hereford. Nr bk. Jensen, 13SO, Y
WG ................................s 70 Rosario to order. '
tion. It became after successive ad- the great event of the year is" the N .....................................600 -
: ministrations under the hands of ambitious "Volksfesf held upon the Island every 51 ........................,... .......460 Helmdal Nor. bk, Heusen: 1354
.... K ............... ......................4.40I HuU to orfler. jy :: : :
leaders such as flourished in Ascension day, when dancing and ........................................39 Humbeeto"Spsn.-bk., 1111, -Battle.Hava.na FIRST NA TI 0
- ,the time of floury VIII,Elizabeth and "bratwurst eating." washed down by H.....................................4.25 ''order t
G .............................4.20 to 4.5 to- ; f "
the two Stuart a most potent engine the obligatory beer. Is the.order of the F ....................................4.15 Isabel Browne, Rus bk. Undqulit, V ; -
If.If.ily of despotic. rule and intolerance: Torture day.-Pall Mall Gazette. E..........................,..........4.10 1231. Hull to master. OF PENSACOLA. I J
D .............................4.00 to 4.05 Johnson V J
!Intimidation and other devices C .............................385 to*3.95 King Oscar U, Nor bk Designated of the N -
,were used to compel the accused to Incriminate They Joined' Uands.. Spirits Turpentine. 65K cents. 752, Rosario to 'A. Zelius. Depositary i.
himself. Mr. Rhodes once told a circle of Lilla Nor bk. Aanonsen, 1030, Santos if .
Charles I.. through the star chamber, friends after dinner thestory of his PENSACOLA COTTON. to order. W. H, Knowlea. President. W. K. Hyer, Jr.,
The following Pensacola quotations are LImits Uruguayan bk., Lopez, 700. Thoa. W. Ass't Cashier. W. N.
)01Lm filled bid coffers. During his reign such first meeting with Beit "I called atPorges' furnished by J. P. O'Connor & Co., factors Brent.
Havana to order., C. W. W. H. !: J. j
and Importer Dtrecton-F. Brent A. Blount .
...mLDl enormous fines were Imposed for triv- late one evening, he said "and Good :Middling ................ ..9 15-16 Maria, Ger bk, French 1022 Kings XX Q. Brent. week.:1 ': '
Iii otfenses that the audience gathered there was Belt working away as usuaL Strict Middling ..................10 13-16 Lynn to master; i '
.............. ......
about the courtroom at 3 o'clock in the 'Do you never take a rest? I ied. Middling eo. 1011-16 Negpore. Noiv bk, ,GJerdsen, 1128. Ii 'I
Strict Low Middling ............ ..10%
,1m01 morning to secure seats to hear the 'Not often,' he replied. 'Well, what's East London to A. Zelius. 'I.f,

proceedings. The discretionary powerof your game? said L 'I am going to Real Estate Transfers.Following Noach VI. Swed bk Burgfeldt, 1260 . .. .i ;{
Lm Port Natal .............. ... .. .... .. ;
.> the court In the way of punishment control the whole diamond output be- to order. :
flIrn made it a means of cruel injustice in fore I am much older,' he answeredas : Is a list of the real estate Ollvari, Ital bk. Costa Genoa to or V -w-ii-r: '!l- i '
transfers recorded yesterday furnished by
the bands of bad men. Instances of be got off his stooL "That's funny,' the Pensacola Abstract Co.: der.Superb, Nor bk TTUch, 1934. Ant- V .J .,
which disgrace the history of Its administration I said. 'I have made up my mind to II DEEDS.R. to A. Zelius & Co. Deposit your money in a : t t io- t
\V Sublett to U M. Davis-Lots 1, Trerp : .t r ,
)01 during the reigns of do the same. We had better Join 2 and 3, of subdivision of lot 2 of frac- Schooners.Donna per cent., when the Pensacola : .1 t
)011m :James I. and Charles LOne hands." Join hands they did. Unlike tional section 6, township 2 south, range Christina Am sob, McLeod'IfS !'i(
30 west-J175. Association will issue
of the most remarkable cases Alfred Belt, Cecil Rhodes had small D. C. Durham and Eloise Durham to Belize to master ings you : ,
was that of Bishop Williams, who hadbeen patience with arithmetical details. Isaac Champenois-The S% of the Fran- Domira, Br sch. Reddle, 2001 St bearing interest at 5 per cent. ,
csco Collins grant in township south, t .
Lucle to master.1 1
lord keeper of the seal. a popular Once this characteristic involved him range 30 west, 343 acres; also half Interest 'able semi-annually. i ,
Freddie Heucken Am sob '
prelate and a mAIl of learning and in a dIfficulty. Pitching a balance In blocks 85, 81 and 104 Pettersen Bryant, ,
additlon-U.OOO. 475 Havana to master. H. G.. DeSILVA A. GREENHUT J. S. ','
spirit and at one time a special favorite sheet Into the pile of papers beforeBeit President. Vice-President. If
Hjakoar, AmeehAxebon, 55, Tamps -I
of James. While. enjoying his pat- he exclaimed desperately, "Here, A Most Worthy Article. to 'ord Directors' -H. Q. DeSllva I A. Green hut,
r. : Clubbs C. H. Dorr, O. E. Maura, Sol Cahn.
ronage he exerted his Influence In behalf you understand things. For heaven'ssake When an article has been .on the "- 43 South Palafox. f I -
of Laud, afterward archbishop, tell me how I stand." market for years and gains friends Napoleon' Bonapart. V t. fI':'

who owed his first promotion to his: every year, It is safe to call this showed at the battle of Austerlitz. he .. .. .............. ............ ;

good offices. Some disagreement arose Butterflies That Live on Fish.The medicine a worthy one. Such Is Batlard's was the greatest Leader In the world.Ballard's I
Horehound Syrup. It positively Snow Liniment has shown I'
between them. would satisfy butterfly was blue and transparent -
.. cures coughs and all Pulmonary the public it is the best Liniment in ,
.. Laud but the rum of the man who As through blue glass Its ,tiny diseases. One of the best known mer- the world. A quick cure for Rheumatism City ,of Pensacola I l ;: : : : : ".V

had befriended him. heart could be seen beating inside its chants in Mobile, Ala., says: Sprains Burns, Cuts etc. A. C. s.;

On some slight pretext the bishop body, and the professor read a news- "For five years my family has not Pitts, Rodessa. La., says: "I used Bal Denomination 11,00000 each. Dated January
T.iII' was brought before the star chamberand paper article through its lovely blue been troubled with the winter coughswe lard's Snow Liniment In my family I 1st. 1936. Redeemable an. lit, 19%6. : : : '.;

fined 10,000 committed to the wlng This," he said, "Is the ptero- owe this to Ballard's Horehound and find it unexcelled for sore chest WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS 'f .

-5,5 Tower during the king's pleasure and I poda, a Mediterranean butterfly. ItI Syrup. I know it has saved my children headache, corns in fact anything that AMOUN'tS TO SUIT it- I

,3 suspended from office. HIs furniture I I eats fish. On its tongue are rows of from many sick spells." can be reached by a Unlme1 t." ... :

.0( and books were levied upon to pay the pointed books. They serve as teeth. The Peoples Bank I : t..
I This beautiful creature would turn Quality Counts-Use Ii j 't'
6 fine. Among some refuse papers were up firm of Geo. W. Pryor Sonsis : ,
::3 found come letters from Obaldiston jt its nose at a garden of roses and lilies, LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. by mutual consent dissolved. (;eo. Pensacola, Fla, I 'Ii

;14 1 I but it would feast ecstatically upon a Pfelffer's Steam Bakery. W. Pryor, Jr., and Job F. Pryw are : ft.

4 putrid eeL -Now and then a pteropodaIs the sole owners and proprietors of the :.
15.1 found on the Florida or the California TlekliBs Human Vanity New City Grocery Company. They : i .-
.1s Few people realize how profitable the will collect all debts due tta New I ;
: coast It is only abundant though. I City r1
COFFEE trade of tickling human vanity is and !
'3 Grocery Co., and hereafter Pt1
in the Mediterranean. any
c:.w.U.*.PfMMtiit JOHN
' forma !
II,1 bow many different it employs. and all debts contracted by the new M.E.CUSLYIcs-Presidest! and Casl J.W. : .
. There are obscure newspapers and firm. I "
The Power of >>
:\J'I nominal magazines that live by, it and Geo W. Pryor Sr.. will collect all : f-l
"The of intuition usually spoken :
'.0. We are the Pl neer power Is really provide good incomes for their editors- debts and pay all bills of the late firm THE AMERICAN ;
of as being so mysterious '
Coffee Roasters of It is quite common to find upon center of Geo. Pryor &; Sons and will : : :
at all. taut a woman recently."It
not so
ji continue the wholesale
tables luxuriously bound and printed produce business OF PtNSMCOlH. FLJL :
: West Florida.McHUGH'SBLEI. Is merely the ordinary method of at 131 and 133 East Government r
volumes whose
. contents consist entirely -
i reasoning from observation intensified.The of fulsome Each street, and leave nothing undone to Opera House 'J'1 r
puffs. profession -
, so called Intuitional person differs meet the needs of the merchants of
1i from the one of more commonplacepowers trade, avocation and association the city and country. I will deal only DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF I
, has its of memorabilia of
persons with merchants. No broken .
a keener sensitiveness packagessent
In possessing CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.
of the kind who. In Lowell'sphrase. \ ; :1
out from my place of business.
0)II to facts. She or he, for It II t
were created to fill up the This is done fo protect the merchantswho DIRECTORS. !(
absurd to assert that this power )Is exclusively -
world. The writer remembers _i lug buy of me. Phone or write all : f,- -
trial] feminine, observes a thou- L, Covlngton Frank Reilly,
have no equal. A Henry
In the "best room" of a remote farmhouse orders to your humble servantCEO.
sand that of duller sense J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosa&co. 1)
things persons .
W. )
will convince.the connoisseur fall to see and that are beyond the control a morocco bound, gild edged volume PRYOR SR. Bryan DI ..wody. T. F. McGourin' -
! upon the notabilities of the country A. M. Avtry, W. H. Milton, J
that we of the most skillful. aetor.ewYork GeU and the liver. : 1 1
which contained a biography and W. L. C.Hth.n, Dr. W. J. Hannah
i make no extravagant Tribune. engraved portrait of rusticus horrtMlis Golf is the greatest of all games. It Alex tc6ett1n, C. M. Covlngten, ; : t'!
himself. The Is the only retreattoa that Is at one and .f ;
original volunteered
the texts fcr Tent at $fLU, !Ut nd ]SJO :
claims. An Extraordinary Forest information that his niche In the local the same time health giving. and a Jiltlj (icsit !
tt. convenience of
forest In the in cecaection for
The most extraordinary pantheon had cost him a sum which. complete! preoccupation without being ".
world was discovered by Dr. Wel- on later conversation, was disclosed to unduly physically exhaustive. Bat I Four per cent interest Paid en '

") Wholesale and RetsHGROCERS wltsch and occupies a tableland some be larger than a year's Interest on the- am profoundly convinced that It is far -

six miles in width near the west coast mortgage encumbering the farm. better for a man's liver that he shouldplayapoortamethaaaoodone. t: ''

of Africa. ,The peculiarity of the treesIs Wilbur Larremore In Atlantic. I > '

that though their trunks are as know from personal experience that it u..

much as four feet in diameter, they at- is far better for the liver to play a 11

and all kinds of Feed tain the height of only a foot.. &>.tree "This Man's African Debasing Influence. really bad game. Nothing stirs up the THE CITIZENS V

bears more than two leaves, and these explorer whose experiences liver like the Irritation the excitements i

Stuffs.Pluto attain a length of six and a breadth of are being published In some of and the paroxysms of a really bad PENSACOLAA .f '.
two feet. the papers says parrots are delicious game.-London Graphic. f
eating. I always thought they were General Banking Business Conducted on a '
Basis., :..
WaterWholesale Hot What He Seened. very tough. The Dos n4 the Stick. : ;.;

Romance has_ flung deceptive halo "But he refers to wild parrots. If. Professor WUbelm Wundt, the famous Correspondence Solicited-R. M. '

over the old.yeoman farmer., lie was their association with men that makes German psycboUcist, tells ofteaching 'r;i

certainly not a good tiller of the soil most parrots tough."-Philadelphia a dog to Jump over a stick {I

and Retail but lazy old fashioned and unenterprising. Press. One day the professor commanded his i:.; ,

r No bosses were so much In need or"sT dog to Jump, but held oat no stick :
Twe Side .
of repair no gardens so Ill kept, no tVerd. At first the doE seemd vpriied, and :! ::1

New Orleans Grocery Go, fields those of so the overgrown email proprietor with weeds of, theeighteenth as Baker-Indeed Miss Sharpe-rve, ma'am.paid Tra this vfl'T.lOrt7 bill once.. I on ed.repeated.AthistLSDt(1tOthfrdbarked ordering to Jump he bArk- The Journal delivered -,.;:-

that I didnt recollect It. flu 8b&rpe-1
century.-London Country vary vigorously as If to cea- _,I V

Jas. Li!.. I dare say that you are sorry that YOUdidn't :. plain of the abrad aM rtttealena' command : : '

McHugh recollect it, but Fll take care of to jump when Jko stick ...... aeU door for 1 lOc per
that. your .
> ? .
Phone 105. Proprietor. Subscribe .for The Journal. I .ut. -

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;#t The t. Home. of Men's. Shoe Style, a HELD: REGULAR MEETING SEWER GE

: Last Night and'.Took ,Occasion to Throw a Few Boquets

Shoe and Shoe Worth.

r Quality at Marshal Schad Upon His Retirement .From WORK

The Cleanest Beer!tt .
I. __i> ,-
the Police Department. : K

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beeris $ '

'More merit shapliness in foot. deznestbeezux is not
or more
The Board of PublicSafety met in of H. T. Belrne from the fire department.. fermented in open vats, Material Expected to Reach

! dress cannot be had than fn our shoe of rogular considerable session business.last .flight hearmg'reports"approving and transacted the Marshal board Schad'was nearing* Retirement.As a conclusion but in special Pabst her- P. Stone
of the nights business. Marshal Schad into the City in Time to
pay rolls and bills. receiving arose and stated that he would not be ,
fering. The fastidious and exacting applications etc. Before adjourning the present at another meeting of the board which no air,except pure,.. '
members of the board took occasion to as he had'resigned. to take effect Nov. 1. ... Start To-Morrow.
pass out a few boquets Marshal Schad but wished to take the opportunity of filtered air ever enters. THE HABERDASHER
men who want style can get it here i inS upon his retirement from the service. thanking the members of the board for
passing a resolution regretting his their courtesy and kindness during his
resignation and wishing him success in association with them. In leaving the department PabstBlueRibbon
: combination comfort and long wear. his new business venture. he said he would do everything ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY MEN
S After the owners of the truck houses possible to aid the board and his SUCcessor -
were ordered to place same in repair at In maintaining a good force of AND DITCHING MACHINE WILL
} Something Special in our ,$3.50 and once or the board would do so and de- officers lIe regretted leaving the department 4000. BftOKSaoo

rCla kI hZ3no\1; rent, the report but considered that both the BE USED-WORK TO COMMENCEAT
k month of Sep police and fire departments had been is deanest because it is
$4.00 Shoes. Others on up to $6.50.; tember was received. showIng the workof treated rather shabby by the finance 'SIMUtTANEOUSLY. -
the police department. It showed that committee and he thought the membersof notcooledinroomswheremen TWO PLACES I thank hundreds for their ratronae*
. 499 arrests had been made of which 203 these departments were due as much and thousands for promIse of thAr has
were white and 2St colored The cases consideration as some of those who did walk in and out,but trade but I am anxIous to dobusiness more
Were disposed of in the recorder's court receive It, consequently resigned. as he in specially constructed now. Some of th. best seller
by 62 defendants being discharged 383 saw an opportunity to better himself. now will be out of date Christmas.
found guilty, 12 sent to the criminal :Mr! White as the oldest member In sealed coolers where no .
court sentence suspended in '26 cases point of service on the board. spoke feel breath of foul airVan The first step towards the actual What about your birthday trade There
,/ and six cases continued Fines Imposed ingly of the retirement of the marshal. are about 90 birthdays per day to Pr.-
amounted to $1.979, and. collectIons aggregated and said that the city had lost a good taint it. It is stored innenneticafly commencement of Pensacola's new sacola and I have books suitable for u
$1.206.50. faithful and efficient officer. sewerage and drainage system will ages and conditions, front Buster Brown
Applications Received. Mayor Bliss said that relations betweenthe sealed storagp probably be taken by to-morrow or be- to Dictionaries and from Uncle Tom
THE JOHN WHITE STORE The applications of William Maloney marshal and himself had always been tanks until perfect in ace: Cabins to Clansmen.
: and O Chestnut for positirns: pf patrol- most/pleasant and cordial; he had found pnrity and strength the fore the end of the week. Large quantities -
men were referred to the marshal. The the marshal ready and willing at all cleanest beer brewed.S. of terra cotta pipe to be used Then your Sweetheart Trade TIT. La.
, applications ofV.. C. Farinas A. E. times to carry out orders and he regretted In this work will reach here-to-morrow: cile or Reveries of a Bachelor.
Kelly and M. Murphy for the position of very much his resignation, as the Have a new supply of T!!;stinj
special officer were received and considered city was losing a very efficient officer. which will allow the 'first work, to be ,Chance,' and all the September: bouj,.
in executive session!! the board Chairman Ineraham added his regretsto started. Everything is about in readiness -
Specialists in Men's and .Wear selecting an officer but desiring that as tbe departure of the marshal. saying 4 ?' and when the material], which
Boys' he is to.do special work his name be not that both of them .came into office
mentioned. together. He felt a deep regret becausethe has been shipped reaches the city, '
W.- Donelson was elected a member of marshal had resigned and a deeper there will be no further delay. The HARRY T.HOWLAND,
the fire department and the applicationsof regret because of.the circumstances A. FRIEDMAN, -
Phone.225 205-207 S. PALAFOX Alton "George and Chas. Davis were I which prompted it,saying that the board Who'esale: Cea.er. recent delay In starting has been Luna Book
referred to Chief Bicker. I had recognized the worth of the marshal caused largely by the railway company Manager, De Store.
The report of Chief Bicker showed that and appreciated his had Phone 179. 331 S. Palafox. refusing to freight for
n.SarJ. accept St Phone 149L
there had been three fires during September I I i requested an increase in but De Luna ,
the loss being Jl,890, covered by l the finance committee had seen fit to act Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer shipment to Pensacola owing to the \ '
;1 Ii.COAL Insurance of $800. The report also showed otherwise I condition of tracks and roadbed.
that the stock of the fire department had A resolution was then passed. regretting ORDER ,A CASE FOR YOUR HOME Engineer T. Chalkly Ration wno,!s
been fed during the month at a cost of the fact that the marshal was to ,
, r TO.DAYDESTRUCTIVE I to represent the city during the installation SCARRITT MORENO
head. him
4MMM'"' ..'." " .." '.. .'.............. $6.90 The per resignations of William Bay -aa leave success the in department his new business and venture.wishing of the system, stated yesterday OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent .,

.t special officer and Patrolman Abbott The board then approved the pay rolls afternoon that Engineer .Muircpre- SAFES for 'Diebold Safe and Lock Co. i
were read and accepted as was also that and bills and adjourned. .
senting Contractor Storrie is here get Canton Ohio.
i. TOSUBI'ilERGED I ting everything in readiccs /and that Office and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St

;: AND WOOD i WINTER CLOTHES POINTED PARAGRAPHS.A WOOD he possibly believed Thursday the suit morning mould ,be though made

MADE OF LEATHERNew man should have- sense and woman possibly there might be some delay MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY

taste. (Continued From Page .One.) I but by the first portion of the coming I BY LIFE ASSURANCE

: j' We deliver IceCoal l, Charcoal and Wood anyi i say fashionable York, Oct.women 16.-London, especially the advices devotees The smartest bass finally runs across Service to have its representativevisit the week work.It a good. start would be had on incomes are maintained mortgages
of outdoor ,
sports are having many a bait that fools him. points along both coasts and the debts secured nn3eveipoe4
of their winter garment made of leather is the intention said :Mr. Hatton,
: .where in the city. We- can supply, you in any ,quantity = Smart red leather golfing coats, striped Everyman thinks he could trot some gulf working out the water conditionswith work about 150 and ditching :enterprises guarded business rendered
: men a
I with black are among the. latest developments reference to the destructive animal safe Investments given permanen'
: and our service: is always prompt. Steam and domestic i They are worn with red leather I pace if he wasn't hobbled. life. such as temperature and den- machine, and to make a. simultaneous value and capital preserved. A policy
I caps fixed: with leather-headed hat pins. People are compelled to smother start at Government and Florida I
coal. Wood cut size Leather motoring coats lined with fur. sity at various depths. tnrpidity and Un THE EQUITABLE does all this.
any resentments at least a dozen times Blanca streets and Gregory street
i a
for tie family tl
are In great demand. Narrow pliable action of tides. Particular attention !and more-provides
leather neckties and leather Straps for day: I and Fourteenth avenue. I death. Send us name
conditionof ter your
will be however to the your
I trimming felt hats are among the numer- paid Mr. Hatton has a number of assis-
I. E. G. SEWALL ous other leather articles demanded. A man who has a falling out with exposed timbers. both treated and age and address.KNOWLES '
tants already In the city. and has established -
more than .two of his neighbors ought untreated. Where successfully treat-
Railway Men Meet. an office in the two-story BROS.., InsuranceDoomed
to look himself be made of the reason i
over ed a study will ,
26 North Tarragona Street. r. i Boston Mass, Oct. 16. Members I brick building just in the rear of the
where unsuccessful
A clever mimic would be for success and I
: of the Association of Railway Superintendents good company I site of the city halL George Rommel
of Bridges and Build- were It not for the. feeling that the reasons for failure 'Will be soughtCheaper Jr., Is to be resident engineer and have

Phones 614 and 363. i ings asembled here to-day for the he is also a clever mtaote-. behind! your substitutes! for timbers now direct charge of the work, with Will I
1- ,
in be investigated
fourteenth annual meeting of their 1. use will Rommel as assistant ana in charge of

......o... ..............e...................*......: organization. I back.When a man catches a big stringof publication"When sufficient'will: b?:data issued Is covering gathered as a I the lines at and grades. Mr. Horrigan.jnow )I !
Wilmington Del. will come to .
: fish,'bow he loves td carry It aloa? carefully as possible, the results .
Julius the
city as soon as Mr Hatton: returns .
the main street of thetown In whichhe
was a man of nerve-but sickness left i which will be next week and will assist rr A BOX
Lest We
need have no terrors for lives! All of us like to display our eRaW5
you its mark and he became aged before is restless. cant sleepat In the engineering work. These Stearns*
WASH DAYPHONE if you send your washing to his time. Sickness is often caused j big; catches In other lines.-Atchison forget-Baby night won't eat cries spasmodic with a number of Inspectors, who will and Roach Paste )'e'su4 1

. liver. Ilerbine will Globe. be employed by the city will comprise Doom* rate *nd nhwtoq.Kkboo "
The New Method Laundry by a torpid regu- ally. A bottle of White's Cream S.

PHONE 1186 E. LAWRENCE. Prop. Ne. Method Laundry Bid]. W. RJVU if late your liver and give you health. In. the Kitchen. Vermifuge never fails to cure. Every the supervisor's force yoaatrmln.**to
AGENTS WANTED. Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon Kansas Have as few articles About the sink mother should 'give her baby White's *lCT-boCT,bed-bop -
writes: "I consider Herbine the best Phone No. 178
So times
as possible. The sink brush, pan scraper many
medicine I ever heard of. I am never the is pale and fretful,
I dish mop and soap. shaker may ba when baby Is Now Working.Sol .-
without it. Staru' EteMc toft
know what to do. Cfc,
does not
I,, bung above it, and you will also find it A the bottle mother of this medicine would bring Cahn& Co. ;

;; ; 'i ;.f ; Poldho. Reach I I convenient and a large to spoon have at the hand.potato The masher: latter color his eyes.to his Give cheeks It,a trial.and laughter to .

ro.i sil SIgn&% theUpc./ however must be him:; high, cut FREAKS OF THE LAVA.

I Lamps for One of the curious possibilities of I I of reach of all f5l>'ash.' If possible! keep '

: wireless telegraphy and one also that !., the salt box to the right of the range THE REAL LINCOLN. Some'C.riou Incident of. an Overflow .
.. .1
shows how much remains to be accomplished -I of ofe..flU. -- ---
and as near to it as the construction
in the of : and He Wall which had been entirely -
way perfecting the kitchen will permit. lIe TVj Bot Homely At one house

, t' No other lighting agency .gives such a I detail before wireless telegraphy can Not Slovenlv la Dress. surrounded by the flood, but not destroyed TYPEWRITERREP

: clear bright daylight-light as the command public confidence for public I Paul's Snnny Philosophy. ,For many years It has beea the Tach one saw people on top of the

gas + use has recently been brought to lightin I ,In a recent Interview 3Ime PattI ion to call Mr. Lincoln homely. He mass of lava entering the upper windows -

:. I arc. They bring business and cost : Switzerland, says the London Globe. I who seems to have discovered the fountain was very"tall: and very thin. His eyes with a ladder and bringing forth AI RS

" only' '. ; There is at Fort Stoekll on'Mount SL I of perpetual: youth said "If there were deep sunken his skin of a sallow their household goods to transport

, + Gothard a wireless telegraphy station t Is the tiniest speck of blue in the sky, pallor his hair: .coar, black and un them 'to a place of safety.. One vineyard

which during the hat summer months I and there nearly always is, I look for ruly. Yet he was neither ungracefulnor was surrounded on three sides by Having secured the services of an u.

I Seven Dollars I\ has been subjected especially during r it, and that makes the whole heaven awkward nor ngly. His large fea this dividing: current and it was possible pert that repairer we are, now we beg prepared to notify to the overhaul.pub!:t
the hour Immediately following midnight I I blue far me. spend three hours daily tIres fitted his large frame and his to walk- Into It amonz: 'the lines I adujnst or rebuild all makes of typewriters -
to strange Influences which for bands and feet were but right on ;: the and adding; machines and cash reps
1 I in the open air, walkIn or driving In large of trimmed Tines and to perceive ters. All work guaranteed. Estimates flU
f: Pensacola Gas I some time baffled the operators. These an open carriage, and I accustom myself a body'thnt measured six feet four fire still glowing In the towering walls ed. Telephone us and we wiy send foi
| Company influences became as the heat j sad and thoughtful your machine or call and make au exam-
stronger to bear the extremes of summer Inches. Ills was a of lava on each side. The people attributed ination and estimate.
became Intense. and then the receiving II and from he had carried
more and winter. face boyhood this remarkable phenomenonto
!L ; ; Phone 148. 24
.J. 37 E. Garden.
ancf '
| apparatus solved the.mystery. a load of care. It Is small wonder that the miraculous Intervention of their

...................................t.. ..... ........ by reproducing nightly especially between I Sweet Odors., when alone or absorbed In thought the Madonna "Our Lady of the Snows", PensacolaTypewriter

:_ .... '_'Y midnight and 2 a. m.;a series of 1 A discovery of the beauty world Is face should take on deep lines the eyes with whose sacred Image they had con-

messages! English. The explanation -j that sweet sni3Ung} rooms and daintyperfume appear as if seeing something beyondthe fronted the all devouring monster Exchange
that owing to the marked I have decided effect: the vision of other and the shoal
.......................... .... ................' was i a upon I men sweeping implacably down on'their apparently -
in the atmosphere
: of bad odora too were
presence electricity expression of the face. As fiers stoop as though they doomed homes. PHONE 1369

: of the Alps during the high temperature :. give a very pained expression so picas bearing!: a weIght! But in a moment Step by step the priests and the fAith-

I. messages; from Poldhu in i I ant odors give a pleased look and sis aU would: be changed. The deep eyes ful singing the litany retreated as the 313-315 Brent Building

Witcher Zemurray & Co. Cornwall were reproducing themselves It well for milady to be careful in could flash or twinkle merrily with hu i icior !' awful flood swept on, and still the'

.. i on Mount St. Gothard. choosing: her perfume that It should bv or look out from under overhang- sound of singing and prayer rose above '

the kind that will produce1 that'much tag brows as they did! upon the Five the fearful roar of the torrent and tne a CLOTHES

Colors That Cure Consumption. sought, restful and happy countenance. Points children in kindliest gentleness.
Commission the mountalnabove belch-
: Brokers. I thunder of ,
B i it. The value of light as an agent In So, too. in public speaking when his
forth from the central crater fiery ith'
: ,. _, I lag To have your fall and winter <
curing diseases.Is becoming Increasingly I tall body rose to Its full heightwith bombs and enormous swirls of cinder cleaned. pressed and repaired, and put i 11
t.i Pensacola i recognized says tha Chicago Jour head thrown back and_ is.fal'e transfigured good condition send them to us We
-nil New Orleans I sand and smoke, which rose to great do everything in that line bad gTiarntt
The latest development the with the fire and earnestnessof I I
nal. The'LesterPiano Ontlemen --
I b Ihts. Yard by yard the lava swept cur work.. Ladles' work a specialty
11 W. liKendeneia. 820, Common. : idea is the assertion of a medical man his thought he would answer Douglas membership ra'ee, (1('!) Pr
onward. Now a palatial villa would be
month. AH work called for and
that the clothes worn by consumptives In the. high clear tenor that came the crushed I 1173.
surrounded by torrent
t Bhonld be of a color which will allow t to him in the hlOat'of debate carryinghis ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB
Cotton Stocks
t | Grain Provisions i down and disappear In smoke; now a
; the White 9 E STREET.
the light to penetrate body. Ideas 60( far out over listening I Icrowdj. INTENDENCIA

'i bought and sold,on margin or for investment. : materials, it Is found. are the best for i And later, during the years of f cottage weeping and peasant vineyard would his see all, go his underin little WALTER MOULTON, MANAGER

this purpose and consumptives are consequently lhdnne tllaa: ETaslanElI, war when be pronounced with noble

- advised to clothe themselves gravity the words of his famous addresses ., an instant

1. Out-of-Town Orders Given. Special ,Attention. I in snowy raiment either of linen velvet : W!;ose Fame Tfe as Eminent a prima Socrano.donna extends not one in the throngs that ,:: One poor woman was thus watching froma Just Received.

:. : cotton or cloth. Silk boweves. *., over two continents. She! is beyond heard him could truly say that be was the fate of her earthlybelongings Imported Macaroni. Sweet OH Chee' *
- question one of the nest popu'ar little eminence when a smaller crater Pill Pickles Sauer Kraut. Matkwel C*|
? DlrectPrlvate Wires. Telephone No. 1173. barred. wprld'Ssweet other than: a handsome man. Onions. rot:
of the 11 11It forth at her feet. Fish Pigs Feet. Spanish
i : singers, has been the fashion too, to say came roaring very t Bread. French Nary Bread. Ereryu-1'
+ She turned to flee fell rolled to the fresh and new.
that he was slovenly and careless In
t. ............. ........ .. : Tells why she prefers' the Lester. Gives : bottom of the little hill, and the next I Witch IlazeJ Jl-00 per gallOn.
- it4 +t94I .. ................ 3Ioney and Marbles. conclusive evidence of tne tonal bladress. This also is a mistake. Ills 1,
Once there was a man who thought beauty and succrlj'ity, and of clothes could not fit smoothly on his I moment the lava Cowed forth like the Marine Grocery Company.
: ... the durability cf this. famous foam from a glass of beer and swept I V. J. VIDAL Manajer
Russ ll Sage ought to stop work. He hi-jh-grade piano.BronklynN.Y. gaunt: and bony frame. lie was no J : .
spoke to him about It. \Vby get together tailor's figure of a man but from the 1 over the spot where she had been '
., July 1*, 190:;
I How Our Acme Doublo Flint any more money Mr. Sage? Letter: Piano Company first be clothed himself as well as bis i: standing an Instant before.WllUamP. I r "'-"""" :

You can't eat It; you can't drink it. Philadelphia, Pa. means allowed and In the fashion of : Andrews In Century.
Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels What good will it do $'Our It affords n\e great t-leasure to add my the time and I
place. 1
testimony to the fuaTtles of the Leltf'!! r The Retalt of EaviroBBent. i Particular! People's
; If'made from the best Wool FElt/ & "Ever play marbles?" Uncle Russell Piano. The tone is finer and has that In reading the grptesqne stories of j
t "I the oddest freak the
action ts saw other
and coated under a new with singing quaMr:
Saturated process Asphalt.
asked. his !
r Is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt.. ,/ all that any artist could desire. I cheerfully boyhood. of tie tall stripling whose r day." says the man 'With the honest LaundryWe
Coated on both sides with Mlic&teBesUts ,"Yes, when I was a boy. recommend it to anyone as being a trousers left exposed a length of shin :: and the trustworthy face.
the action of.vapor, acids and fire. "Couldn't! eat 'em could you? thoroughly: fine instrument. It must be remembered- cot bow eyes*
i Not affected by heat or cold ;, .. Wishing you every success I remain I "A three legged catf we ask smfl-
i 'The rooAng that never leaks. Coulln drink 'em. could you >\o us Yours very truly. poor he was. but that be lived on thetronttei" lug. especially invite

t Easily afflfced to you were they? What did you play LILLIAN BLAUVULT. where other boys less poor. I j
The experience of twenty years proves It to be the bestReady I -No. It was a chicken that had fur the work particular
? .
Hoofing on the market. OAT marbles for -Harper's.Quality The following a list of a few of the were scarcely better clad. In Vandalia Instead ef feathers"
.,( Pot up In rolls 32 Inche wide and 40 feet 6 inches long Lz : recent purvhasera of the Lester Piano. the blue jeans be woe were the dressof people-the more par-
of "Purr"Tea.
who recognize In It the standard modern i
.containing 10! feet wrapped in heavy casing
high-grade piano ton!truction: his companions as well and later It was -hatched from ticular they are the more
Counts-Use' ,. a cold
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. Philadelphia Public ICn3ergartens (:
pianos! ). New Eng'anJ Con atory of from Springfield days on. clear through storage e:=."-L1f they appreciateour work
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. Boston. Mass. (25 r-ienoto Broad Street his presidency big costume was tte
Jsj 3Ply, 80 lbs. per roll, complete. Pfelffer't Steam Bakery. i Conservatory of Philadelphia (20 pianOS). usual suit of black broadcloth'carefully I Virtue's We also do hotel work.
I Birmingham Seminary, of B'rminghaare. Reward.
, 70 Ibs. roll '
2-Ply, per complete. GLASS Pa. (ISiO 1904 and 1909_) Board of Edu- mads and scrupulously neat. He i Wh re Is the reward of Tirtue and
60 Ibs. roll I cctlon.: Trenton. \. J. Alfred Hertz cared nothing, for It The Star Steam
r" 1-Ply, per complete. AND GLAZING. Wagnerian D:rector of Metropolitan Opera style. did not i what recompense has nature-provided I

t.Samples and Full Particllars.Free. IQFJ E. B. WELLS. 10 E. INTENDENCIA. Co.. ot'New York Q Campanari. Soloist matter to him whether the man with I for such important sacrifices! as those
,Metropolitan Opera Co., ef New York. whom he talked wore a coat of the life and fortune
Also >. S and 1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper. Sheathing,and Pensacola Lodge No. 42. F. & A: M. Lillian Blauveit, Contralto Soloist Robert: of wnlch we must often Laundry
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