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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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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250. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNI G. OCTOBER; 18; 1906. PRCE'5; CENTS n.li i



I I ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE LITTLE HOPE OF SAVING. ", PLANS- -FOR- PENSACOLA'S I. -, ''J .' ;I4POLICUADQU.ARTERS I n t- '.





I FUNERAL.4 OF MRS. DAVIS FRENCH SUBMARIl\E.BOA.T'. !j.ue-. i


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Obsequies Will Be Held at MV 'W ,," ,A 1- :

FIRE FIGHTING IN Contemplate Erection of ajiJP 1

St. Paul's Church in PANAMACANAL ZONE. Fourteen Men Sealed in JAPAN WILL MAKE A I .
Up CLAIM FOR DAMAGES J ,4
By Associated Press. FOR OFILLOENTRAL 0 GAVE RE8ATE' Thoroughly Modem and i 1"

Richmond Friday.C. Washington,Oct 17.-Fight. Vessel, WitliNobiahce Victoria By Associated, B. C.,Press.Oct. 17-; Convenient I -, ;
ing fire is .. Building. i
a serious problem r
According to advices from'Japan I :..
on the canal zone. where the of Escapw t ,
directors of the Toy! Fishing I I0

S. A. GENERALS frame government buildings has thousands but reports of ON SHIPM.ET5 owners Company of the of schooner Wakeljama Toyl NEW INNOVATIONS. $-( j1; {' ,,

just received by the Isthmian r4IIOMS Mara No. 2, which had five :::, p : .
Canal commission this THIRTY '
city "" ,. i men killed 'and twelve cap-
indicate that the volunteer departments '
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tured when
raiding the StPaul
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Who Are Now Living, Re- .. canal strip, organized have been on usually the Fish and Harriman Clashed? ..0 :New York Central Cpnvictedby :! last July rookery have in approached Behring Sea the Include Hospital Wards For: <- : ,hi 1"

quested to Be Present. successful. In the past seven Below the. Surface' the Japanese government asking

months there were twenty. Openly at Meeting of t : 'Juryin ,UnitdStates / that .a claim for damages be ,Emergency Cases. t .(. ., t t" '",
four fires and the total loss < 4 / :
Mediterranean.ONLY lodged with the American government f ,
GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA was not over $1,000_ Cristobaland Stockholders.FISH Court. I : I i :'n
WILL I
Ancon are soon to have !r -- -. -. ,_ I On September two direc- STRUCTURE WILL: BE OF PLAIN .. : .i! '
PROCLAIM GENERAL SUSPENSION paid departments and will be s tors visited the Japanese foreign ; .

ready to meet emergencies APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN HOPE OF SAVI G THE VES-- I office and presented a BRICK. AND WILL COST ABOUT i 'f : :I.. :

OF BUSINESS AT TIME OF which may arise In the next SEL RESTS WITH DANISH I SAL i COUNSEL PLACES: RESrONSIBIL- claim to Viscount Hayashi to \ -
FUNERAL dry season. Thirteen firemen VICTORIOUS BUT vfcTORY IS : ; "forwarded .to Washin "o 1. $18XXX; >-EXPECTED THAT PROPOSALS j J : l
-WILL BE BURIED
BY from the United :States have VAGE, BARGE WHICH HAS'BEEN ITY FOR CONVICTION UPON The foreign minister said action WILL BE INVITED l
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been employed for the Cristo- NOT FINAL -(MAJORITY OF DIRECTORS .4. f AND E :
SIDE OF PRESIDENT OF CON. PUBLIC SENTIMENT TOTAL would be deferred until
bal departmentAt. Ancon ARE OPPOSED TO SUMMONED TO THE SCENE-APPEAL the' report from the membersof CONSTRUCTION COMMENCED '
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FEDERACY.By there will be four American- FOR ASSISTANCE MADE FINE, UNDER ELKINS LAW'CAN the. Washington legationsent WITHOUT 1.I .4
paid firemen. Both of-these PRESIDENT FISH. C to investigate had beenma.le DELAY. ; i :
departments have first-class TO BRITISH ADMIRALTY.By BE ONE HUNDRED AND .TWENTY -. This representative is -
Associated Press. modern equipment ''t enroute back from Juneau. '
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Richmond. Oct. 17.-At a conference -I ... ...... .............. ...'0' .....A.'A'' 'A' 'A...A..... ..UI/ By Associated Pr ... THOUSAND, 4- '-- INEW' -' IPlans! for Pensacola's new police { "-t r
headquarters '
of the state and. city officials: '' Chicago, Oct. 17.-The fight for control Associated. Press. I and jail, were submit- fr "N' i I' f. I

-day it was arranged that the funer- of the Illinois i Central Railroad Paris Oct. 17.-A' feeling of' the By Associated Press.".'' ted to the Board of ,Bond TrusteesJ'i{ ;' -

i: of Mrs Davis ,should take place : : Company waxed hot to-day. Stuy-- deepest- 'pessimism prevails at the ministry :New York, Oct. 17.-A verdict of yesterday afternoon but owing to a'.] d I i t '

In St. Paul'g church at three p. m. on TAFT AND BAcON vesant Fish, president of the, road of marine here Qn*account of the' guilty of ,granting rebates -on' sugar LIFE SAVING mistake In the plans they were re-i f : ;,q': H.j 0, *

Friday next.General .. and William Nelson Cromwell, representing ; disaster to the French sub-marine t boat shipments was returned by the juryin ferred back to the'archftecta.: Ausfeld :': t I I'

Stephen D. Lee.commander . E. H. Harriman: president i Lutin which left Bizerta, Tunis, yesterday the United States- court here to- &. Blount to be changed som hat.f' ; I ", :

of the Confederate Veter- of the Southern Pacific, clashed openly morning for plunging experiments day against the New' York'Central I and It Is expected that when these i : '; 0\ ;

ens. will act as chief marshal He RETURN FROM before 250 stockholders from various I having on board a crew of four. "Railway and Frederick L. Pomeroy, STATION TO HE slight;: changes are made that the._ : : ; ; A -

'will issue an order requesting all living ; parts of the country who were teen men commanded by Lieutenant the company's general traffic man plans; will be adopted and submittea | ; .

Confederate generals to meet attending themeeting.. On the face I Phoepon and which was reported last ager. Sentence was defeored until to, the council. for adoption. While, t" \ ; '
to for the : it '
night
bavedisappeared.
to permit attorneys
lere on Friday. of the 'Mr Fish to I Friday the new station will not be of the -
record appears I The principal hope of floating the defense to file motions with the court. I .i 1. : .
Governor Swansea will issue a HAVA'NA. have been vIctor' but that the victory 1 Lutin in time to save the lives of the Counsel Fox, for defendants placedthe : ornamental kind, the building will be.J i i

proclamation for the general suspen- Cromwell.I is not a final one is insinuated, by I I I imprisoned men seemed .to rest._ in I ,responsibility for the convictionof ---MQDERN- modern In every respect, and will b. \ j ja I : Ii-

sion of business at the time of the directors the Danish salvage,steamer Bergen his clients on public opinion. Te I vast Improvement over the place
Cromwell said that of thirteen -
funeral. seven have placed themselveson ]I Wilhelm which happens to be off I charge against the defendants alleged, I being used. It will be of plain
The Farina. That vessel was Immediately had entered into an arrangement I 'I'I'now
governors of all statess that record in opposition to Fish. ca>e that they brick and cost about $18,00. At least i
snake up the Confederacy are expected Entire Party: Reached Old of thIs summoned to( aid. in raisingthe with the American Sugar I Building and that It the 1 ..
to be present.INTERMENT :: board_ There probably will be in a November meeting and it I I vessel. The Danish ssel possesses Company whereby Edgar and Son, of i Equipment amount available for this t r-I'' .

machinery capable of lifting 1- Detroit were favored by a reduction purpose.
WILL ,BE IN Point Comfort: ester-, will elect the officers of the road i I I 500 tons but the I.u -marine lies in of.five cents per hundred weight on I'' Will Cost in Neighbor The building la to occupy the site 0 t' I
The clash was waged over an agree f
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY, ment dated July 27 regarding the thirty fathoms of water and it is sugar shipments from New York to of the present station. It will be of i.-I .
-' day-Condition. of directors Mr Fish pointed out that the sub-m irine boat Detroit from regular tariff rates. i hood ,of $15,000.. two-stories and will coverall .t
election of new : of. the | 10i f
Richmond, Oct. 17.-1/eutenant! Farfadet, which sank last summer in .As the railroad and IPomeroy were
Governor- Ellison left for New York Cuban 'Funds. wishing to preserve the independenceof the same vicinity but \nly in, ten convicted. on Six counts the total area south of the present building to j I f.; -

to-night to make the necessary arrangements the Illlno's Central.IND fathoms of water was";.pine"days at 'fine for each under the Elkins las SITE ABOUT ONE MILE WEST Of Main street. "I ;. "
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for the funeral of Mrs. the bottom and'when she wasrefloat-, can be one hundred and twenty thous-i On the first floor it Is planned ,to f .

Jefferson Davis. The services will By Associated Press. BROUYVER' ed her crew was dead. t and dollars; OLD STATION WILL PROBABLYBE have offices for the marshal, recorder "

be Mr held Davis from worshipped St. Paul's church while where president -' Old Point Comfort Va.. Oct. 17.- OF Marine Minister Thompson has act SELECTED BY COMMISSION surgeon and turnkey, two hospital t r.ri ; i
Secretaries Taft and Bacon .and the* ed with the greatest promptness.AftEr. '
rooms one for white and one for : :
Intermentwill
be of in the Confederacy. where! entire party from Havana reached MURDER TRIALBy consultation with sr" aral naval 'officers KILLING RESULT APPOINTED FOR THAT PUR- colored patients compartments for I
Hollywood cemetery -
here on I the battleship Louisiana to- he conceived the ,plan of .trying
Mr., Davis's remains He. day. ,They cams ashore in launches I I to get heavy chains-,*rom the forts "O'OLOiQUARREL POSE-APPROPRIATION -J'4ECE&SAR. white} and colored female ':prisoners, :{ ,r

MEMORIAL EXERCISES and left this afternoon. by: train for I II at Birerta DMr ,tiJ4:-fc'i; !1.of the Lutin t ;.. 0 *I kitchen dining room, etc. .9 1 i'
Washington. Associated Press. 1 free qn thesecoudfioor will-b etht I '
BY SONS OF VETERANS and thus lifting"her the .bottom. ( ,. court : __ }
Toms River, N. J.. Oct 17.Nothing i -c::* I I'
But It Is feared that the tugs .and *V soo;.yf compartments for'white ana' ,.- -
Birmingham ,Oct' 17.-Thomas M. BOOKS OF THE CUBAN is left in the trial to-day of Dr.I I the other vessels on the spot may not WOMAN BYSTANDER HIT BY FLY colrV i male prisoners two witness'" :,1, '
Owen commander-in-chief of the TREASURY BALANCED Frank Brouwer, who has been on trial be equal to the task and the marine The new life saving station tore roo for white and one for col,1

United Sons of Confederate Veterans.I I Havana Oct' 17:=:Major Ladd for the past ten days ,on a charge of I minister therefore has ordered -o ING BULLETS AND SLIGHTLY place' the one destroyed by the hurricane ore.71 tone for patrolmen in which t. I

Issued an order to-day calling on all to Governor Magoon that reported poisoning his wife bul the summingup powerful salvage vessels to start ImI -I INJURED. will be one of the most modern will be lockers for their equipment:, kt: Iir
camps to hold memorial exercises: in he had to-day and the charge of the judge to the I I mediately from Toulon to the scene of reading and drill room for patrolmen
finished counting the stations in the service if the plans '
in ,
money The testimony in the !
The jury. case was .
honor of Mrs JeCerson Davis the Cuban the disaster and assist the salvage etc. I .
order. in part is as follows: little treasury, finding the total :a completed at noon yesterday when vessels already on the' POt. f. are carried out as contemplated. It is not expected that there will t-
"A. study of the 1 1fe and times of The books more than twelve million dollars. the hearing of some rebuttal evidencewas Although no news' has been received Xelsonville,'O.. Oct 17.-Ira Donley, 'Pensacola's commercial importance be any delay in awarding the con ,.J' .

Mrs Davis brings into new and vivid balanced exactly. concluded. Counsel for both side from Valette'it Is assumed that a 'minor, was shot and killed last warrants such a station in the opinIon tract for constructing the building. j

relief the nobility, courage, heroism I[ will be allowed two hours each for the British admiralty officials md the night and Mrs. Angeline Boggs of Capt. W. A. Hatchings the The condition of the place now being !j r
and patient fortitude of the women of ESCAPED'T11 their summing up speeches, and it Is governor of :Malta have responded to wounded by John' Fraser in the Sun- used makes It very essential that '"- :
the Confederacy, of which she was a JUST expected that the fate of Dr, Brouwer theappeal for assistancesent from: day Creek Company store at Kimberly superintendent of the district Tho some steps be taken at once to pro'I!
splendid type." will be la the JUT'S hands for decision Bizerta yesterday at the Instance of two miles south from here. bag been here for several weeks. It vide new quarters, and as soon as the ,: ;

[, DOCTORS by night The Brouwer trial Is the British consul at that port who Fraser Is under arrest on the chargeof is probable that the new station with architects submit their new plans it "i t > ;
ALL FLAGS ORDERED AT the most sensational ever held in this suggested that the French resident murder., Mrs., .Boggs was a bystander equipment will cost about $15,000 is expected that they will be forwarded :t., i

HALF MAST IN 'TEXAS section. The verdict is awaited. with general telegraph to Malta for salvage who was purchasing supplies but inasmuch as there are at presentno to the council and if there Is no ,i .'"
'
I interest assistance. ,when the shooting occurred. Donley funds available for the erectionof objection on the part of that body to I' ,'

Austin Texas, Oct. 17.-on receiptof WHO WERE ABOUT TO OPERATLFOR : It became known to-day that the Lu-;; and Fraser renewed an old quarrel new stations the amount will haveto I i the plans proposals will be invited I %
the news of Mrs, Jefferson Davis'sdeath. I I tin had on board two supplementary'': when they met on the porch of .the be appropriated by the next congress for the immediate construction of t" 'I

Governor Latham ordered all 1 I INJURY THAT DID FIGHT WI'1TUI' engineers, who had been detailed to store, and Donley, It is ,said dared but as Senator Mallory anu the building. J .
:flass placed at half mastMr watch the it Fraser to step out Fraser refused the general superintendent of the '
-*. Dibzrell, president of the United NOT EXIST.By diving experiments but whereupon is,said, Donley made a I service are informed as to existing
Is not known whether
Daughters of the Confederacy, SIX ROUND LIMITBy are included definitely in the fourteen they men grab for him and Fraser ran Into the conditions it is believed that a bill TUG MONARCH, I ', ;;

has ordered all Texas chapters to, Associated Press. which, as announced from BIzert's last store. Donley then struck Fraser, appropriating amount will be ..
liold memorial services Sunday after New York, Oct 17.-John G. Mans- night went down in the sub-marino who took refuge behind the counter among the' first passed by.congress.. ;

noon. field, 28 years old, Richmond( Va. Associated boat under the command of Lieutenant -I and opened fire. The third bullet While the commission appointed. by ISrLOATDT;
while coming out cf a Broad street Press. pierced Donley's heart .causing -in- the department to select a site for ', I- 0.
Phoepon.
restaurant In'Newark last night trip- Philadelphia Oct 17.-The Young I ILAWLESSNESS I stant death, and another woundingMrs. the new life saving station has not ; -

$75,000 FIRE ped and fell striking his head on a Corbett-McGovern fight, to-night went Boggs slightly in the thigh Both definitely decided upon the locationit t >; ..
grating and was taken to St Barna- the limit of six rounds both men beIng men are married. and Donley leaves has about been concluded that the BIG TUG, WHICH WAS HIGH AND j 1 '
; on their feet at the end. No decis'on IN best location I Is 'a point about a mile
ba's Hospital In three children. There was a patheticscene
an unconscious condition DRY, IS NOW FLOATING < r
AT SENECA S. C. Mr. Mansfield, who is a son can be given in this state. when Donley's 12-year-old son west of the site of the old station.

of Colonel Mansfield. U. S. .A-, was The men fought fiercely In every SAN FRANCISCO hearing the shooting, ran to the store Captain Hatchings chairman of the m SLIP.. ': {t-!
formerly a sailor on fhe United Statej round, (Corbett having the advantage and found his father gasping his last commission and Keeper Broadbent
gunboat Bennington and when the in the second and third rounds while Fraser claims to have shot in self- keeper of. the station will make a ; -4 i
UNFOUNDED RUMORS CIRCULATED the fourth was- McGovern's round. trip some time to-day to make another : '
explosion occurred on .that ship several defense. The big tug Monarch jrhlch, with 'i
TO EFFECT THAT IT years ago he received two compound The other rounds were even. By Associated Press. survey of the property under consideration the tug Mary Lee, was driven ashore ;t: :

I fractures of the skull. When Well-known Actor Dead. San Francisco CaL, Oct. 17.-The but it is not anticipated by at Cedar street during the hurricane, ; J. ) ,.
WAS STARTED BY the physicians examined him last Chamber of Commerce esteMay took WILL NOT\ BE CAGED them that a more desirable locationcan was successfully floated yesterday I :1 ;
New York, Oct 12. #; Yank Mor- be secured. In order to establish '
the question of the prevailing lawlessness :
up 'J
night they found a depression and \ S and while the tug cannot yet pash (
t NEGROES. I I thou 'ht he received It by the fall taunt, a well-known actor and manager : and adopted measures for its the station there It will be neces- out into the bay she I is nevertheless j .11: .
II ; died In-a sanitarium at Bedford suppression. It was decided that the PROF. GARNER sary to obtain permission from the 1 ,h ,
I But Mansfield revived when they were WITH In a position to dig her way out by
I, City Va. last Monday after suffering chamber should take no important action war department
about to operate and explained his In- cutting a channel 1 with her propeller. 1
By Associated Press. four years with a nervous disorder.Mr. at this time but its aid was There are several matters to be t
juries on the gunboat He will recover The work of saving the Mary Lee :1
Columbia, S. c., OCt. '17 -The Mordhannt's last appearance was pledged to the committee of safety. taken into consideration in the selection the Monarch was done by the r
town of Seneca S. C.. was vis'ted! by at the Fourteenth Street Theater In Representatives of the chamber will WIFE Of MONKEY TALK EXPERT of a site. all of which the one and Fidget assisted by streams if -I i i
dredge
a fire early ths: morning doing dam- ASST. TREASURER "New England Folks" In 1902. Arthur be placed ,on the committee and will under consideration comes nearest water from a fire main, which cut i t
dollars T. Markham Mr. Mordaunt'a MAKES STATEMENT TO filing than any other point kno- .
I?e of seventy-five taousand was cooperate in every way. William A from beneath the vessels : ; "t 4
"With insurance of :5,000 The fire 1 1, FEARS SHORTAGE 'real name. He was born In New Doble, chairman of the committee of 1 The first and most important Is the the earth them to slide off into : !\
I and allowed
PRESS.By
originated in the Occnee Inn, a new England sixty-four years ago.. safety, announced that by Saturday, I i safety of the location; the second Is water. t .f. t_
I'I By Associated PressWash'ngton I the facility of approach from both deeper '-
trick act wilt have -
hoteLThimors
100 citizens who to ,:
are will "
and
la
: The Monarch uninjured ,
of CASTELLAN j
c'rculated! early that : Oct 17--OfficiaIs DIVORCE the gulf and bay: third, the scope -of' .
were been selected. From the general .
the result of incendiarism the treasury department have been I HEARING POSTPONEDBy Associated Press vision, but the pines around win necessitate : be ready for service as soon as a !"
fire executive body
was a informed by Assistant Treasurer j committee a small Nashville, Tenn., Oct 17.-A Bris-- the erection of a ranch tailor ; channel can be cut through the slip i1 ';
znJ that it started by negroes in and this executive .
will
was Aiken. of St. Louis that there i Is a' Associated Press.Paris be selected tol, Tenn.,, dispatch says that Mrs. R. tower than is usually in serviceat to deep water. 1 'j-
for the destruction of the Oct 17.-'I'he hearing the the active work.
revenge will on
probable shortage. the accounts 01 body carry L. Garner, wife of the noted studentof stations; fourth, the health of the !
at that iJ1
dynamite suit for divorce
ceijro!; college by brought by Countessde I' J'
P'ace on Sunday night Investigation his office of about sixty one thousand ; Castellane against her husband, Big Fire In Kentucky. the monkey language, makes the keeper and crew and fifUi, the facility SILVEIRAISAT t
dollars and at his request the ac following statement: of communication ,by nearby tele- I ,
sbowed that there was little on whichto Count Bout and the hearing of tht 'London Ky., Oct. 17.-Fire which -
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counts are now being checked by "As several newspapers have in- phone with the city in case of aft I; PORTOCABELLO
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base these rumsrs:: the negro pop- suit' brought by the creditors 01Bonl started In F. B. Mason's gorcery .1
*''ii: ;;n Ihaving done everything inth'lr treasury experts and Chief Wilkie were both postponed for a fort store, at Main and Sublimity streets formed the public that one Miss Qui- emergency. I I Press. .. vI -
of the secret service has been sentto marton of New York: was about to Superintendent Hatchings! who has I By Associated
to stay the progress of night to-day. counsel for the countess entire block early to-day.
power St. Louis to determine who Is responsible destroyed an join Prof. Garner in the Jungles of given much attention to the selectionof I New York Oct 17.-The arrival of :.J _'
thp flames The town having no fire succeeding in having the court decide is estimated at over $100- '
The loss
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for the shortage if It is Africa for the purpose of studying the a new site having been appointed the steamer Carmellan with Manuel S -
department dynamite was used. to hear the divorce suU before thereditor"'s Jail was saved aftera I '.
00. The county
reported today
:I found to existMEETING* been monkey language and would occupyan chairman of the commission does not Silvelra on board was 1 .
suit The court prisoners had ...
wanted
to
I I score or more iron cage among the wild beasts it believe that a more suitable spot can i by .P. B Chase, a passenger on {{ t
ROSEBEN TO TRY have the latter case decided first. liberated. which arrived. here I
Zulia
OF THEPYTHIAN is but Justice to say that Prof. Garner I be selected than the one under con the steamer ,
FOR MILE RECORD I ,LODGES will certainly not occupy his cage as : sideration. and it is very probable from Curacao. He said Silvelra oa f-'
it was lost two years ago by the! cap- .that it will be decided upon landing said he was going to New "
I st. Louis Extends Welcometo but Mr. Chase learned that be :, !
also ,
By Associated Press. ,I By Associated Pr !ss. sizing of a boat It is but justiceto York '
Vew York Oct 17.-The gelding i New Orleans. Oct. 17.-The Supreme state .that Prof. Garner is In Ignorance CONTEST OVER went to Porto Cabelto ;>} .1

Roseben which made a new recorcr,I Lodge. Knights 'of Pythias Ass'n of Miss Quimarton's proposedtrip OELRICH'S WILLBy :t
for seven furlongs at the Belmont I held a long session to-day in.which American Bankers to Africa." ANOTHER WORLD j

Park: track yesterday, is to try to beat amendments to the constitution were Associated Press. RECORD BROKEN ,-,. i
ayator5! record of 135 1-2 for aSifl0 : dls US8ed.. The matters discussedwere c -- Immense Locomotives.: Nw York. Oct 17.-Effort* Are tm -
1 on Friday. The racing associa-i not made public. By Associated Press. lowed. One report showed the aggregate "New York Oct.; ,17.-The Erie Railroad being made of the to prevent win of a contest over the By Associated: Press. .1'-1 ,
probate Hermann CMrtchs
ton: will and. The Tribune :38 Also at st., Louis Oct surplus and deposits 01 Company announced yesterday ;i
offer a purse of $5,000 Supreme 17.-The, welcometo capital, which disinherited his widow. 'TeresaAlic New York. OCt. 17.-Another world .
S sold cup as an Incentive for the; work. Its most interesting case is the American Bankers Associationat the membership to be twelve and one- that an order had been placed for CMrich and left only some p rlonal broken at Belmont Park ,4 : '..
ffort' Roseben Is to 110 /the investigation int? assertions half billion dollars. The report of three of the heaviest and most powei effects to Ms 15-year-old son. Ills record was t
carry the annual ", when Voorhes, a twenty to one :tj ,
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meeting was extendedby locomotives ever designed. brother Charles Oelrlch 1* tM to-day
POunds. the same weight carried i against one member of Pytblans declaring the protective committee one of thb ful freight diary legatee Citations for the probate the first six and a half I .i ,t
shot: won race
by Salvador when that horse that he is a member of the David R. Francis, Gov. Folk ana most Important committees of the association They will each weigh in excess of of the win were pontponed until yesterday straightaway. In 1:17:1"i,
Jade the mile record. Salvator's II nero race. others, to which response was made membership of which is 200 tons, have 16 driving wheels *; but by agreement of counsel a further furlongs '
which Is three fifths of s'econd' -
record rank and fit! of by President Jno. made by E. F.Swin- tractive power of 98,000 pounds and adjournment was taken tmtil tomorrow a ; i' :
; for a mile has stood since The ; Pythlans paraded L. Hamilton who kept secret. was in wblch to present objections than Mandarin's time made this "-
faster
' 1890 It was made over the straight I several thousand strong through also delivered his annual address ney president of the First NationalBank will be able to pull a &aln'of' 225 either for the son or widow. It 0" expected y. : ; '
course at Monmouth Park. crowded :streets to-day. Reports of committee and officers f ol-- of Kansas City. loaded freight cars on a, level track. that a compromise will be reached., year. .;



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The recent 'stolen so damaged my store-building that it wilt have to extensively repaired and partially rebuilt, and a large part ..


r 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 ,fo.llovingVill. partly ii


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NO CLOTHING DAM ALL >AM GED GOODS CLOTHING.. HATS.

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AGED. 25 Per Cent. Off. Stetson, Soft, or Stiff
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None of my superb,line of There is very little dam- -; ,* ,') '..- i 1- $3.50 Hat for .$2.95

Clothing was .damaged in aged stock, but as far as it 'H.. O. SON you can. ;nowget, a.fuie. _new, Ansori's Special, Soft or I

the least, but it will 'never- goes, this means: undamaged' and strictlyper- Stiff, $3.00 Hat for. 2.55 -

theless all go itfa: discount of A $l.QO.suit gf Underwear' Other good makes $1.35to r.a

15 per'cent from the regular for . . .. 75c \i feet"i $2, now for $1.20

price. This is your oppor- A $2.25 pair of Shoes ". ;, to . . . . $1.70

tunity to clqthe up for the all go . _. ._u u .$1.69 $10.00'- Suit t.-.for. ... ...$,8.50 old-

winter. And all other water-dam- Cash Clothier '$12.00 stock in -
aged proportion-
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chance of life
: NEW GOODS Y.Y', 4* ALSO GO. 25 per.cent. off. !: $15.00: Suit for . ., 12.75 time to buy Shoesyou'llneed a i

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

in stock to INGS. ,. the -
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$16 to $27.50 ,
Kupp
the time of the storm, but $1.00 Monarch for . 85c I nj A$1.50Shoe for.$1.27

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

New Goods, which were on $1.50 Cluett for. . .$1.25 $13.60 to .$23.35 A$2.25Shoefor ,. . 1.90 e=-

'their-way here and have arrived Hosiery, Neckwear, Sus- ; u u u A$2.50Shoe for. . 2.12 KcttfFT

and been unpacked penders and every item of Cor. Palafox and Main. $10 to,$27.50 Cravaiiette A $3.00 Shoe for . 2.55 e.hI

since the storm. Thesejwill furnishings will go during coat for from 8.50 A $3.50 Shoe for . 3.02

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

count. eluded Trunks in, this Handbags reduction.and Valises are In. to .\ . . . $23.35plete A $5.00 Shoe for . 4.25
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house''of representatives at'Washington not have plasaftzed the Hearst bill, 'measure- of relief to the people I -,- ters.A
FLORIDA CONGRESSMAN in February or :March ,of 1904, I but he recommended the rate revisingand The Republicans in congress will yet been
his celebrated railroad rate, bill. It rate fixing feature, the terminal have to adopt the. balance of the tbe
I provided that the interstate commerce road evils, and the 'private car lines Hearst' bill to protect the producers; It. G. DeSILVA & COMPANYCan Just
WORKING commission should have'the power to veil, to be placed within the authorityof the shippers the consumers In New be it
IS FOR HEARST reduce an unjust and unreasonablerate the Interstate commerce commis- Ycrk state and the country at large. oft
and to substitute in place thereofa sion. And yet Mr. Hearst Is called a Socialist firstFrld
just and reasonable rate',of charge, i "President Roosevelt fell far short an Anarchist And by whom fill orders for lumber, sash, doors, win-
of this state would appreciate their! action to be subject to judicial! of the wise and sagacious provisions : pray? By the railroads oppressingthe dow Glass and all material. .n
Hon. W. B. Lamar Deliv- ,.rr. Hearst's great great services in con- review. of the Hearst bill, and the republican i people, and by the newspapersand shot:
gress in their behalf, if they fully "It provided further for, the pre-Ii caucus and Democratic caucus fell. public men in their pay. We won't be able to make special work pies:
gibing of joint rates' for connectinglines short even of the, President's recom I ,"If Hearst is a Socialist, then so is Li
ered Notable Addressat knew them. I will endeavor to give
of railroads. bill ImendatIon. for a few days: Send orders.
information about a of .Mr. Hearst's The republican majority Roosevelt If Hearst is an anarchist your Pencove-
some part
those you services. also) empowered the interstate commerce -II in the house of representatives only so, too, Is Roosevelt The latter triedin
Buffalo, N. Y. "The dominant political and economic commission to prescribe just I I this year enacted into law some of his message: to Congress do telo
question for two years past has and reasonable rates of charges by j jI the other features of the Hearst bill. what Hearst In his bill tried to' do. Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. .hie
terminal railroads, the This done in the The President's did not corn-
been the prevention by law of rail- and by private I I was passing Hep message storwatt
: (HEARSTS GREAT SERVICES TO road abuses railroad discriminations,I car lines. These latter are owned burn rate bill the past session of tain as.much good as the Hearst bill
and especially the corrupt influenceof principally by the greatpacking congress. That Is the only difference. eel
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THE PEOPLE AS A MEMBER OF rallrqads' In state and national houses :Armour & Company and oth-I "When the Hepburn bill reachedthe "Will the sensible voters of New bop
their > rs.l l(By extortionate Icing chargesto senate that conservative sane and York state humbugged by their m. m witt
CONGRESS DETAILED BY FLORIDIAN politics. The railroads through
high officials, have persistently denied Independent beef shippers, these I safe body, under the leadership of plunderers, ? Will the railroad interests -: DRINKBOTTLED in t
companies drove out of business the two radicals, Tillman the railroad and
IN ELOQUENT AND CON- that railroad rates in the United a Democrat newspapers r-4 r-4 abo:
States have been Increased in recent independent dealers and shippers.I LaFollette' a Republican, added some railroad lawyers be able to praise of t'w
VINCING M9ANNER. and thus built up the criminal beef valuable previsions to it. The repub- Roosevelt in one breath to the votert.
years."Against that contention of the trust I lean party has been In power:: In the and In the next breath damn Hearst? 8 @sIJ t
if "Mr. Hearst's bill contained the fur- nation since March, 1897. In that Shall it Go On? 85 :
railroads I will the statement of Letre
place
; Hon. W. B. Lamar, congressman' i Commissioner ther provisions against the Inlqultious I year the supreme court of the United: "Shall this 'plunderbund' of rail- 4
"': from tjl: lq district, who has been ask -! J1\terstt1e Oommjerce "midnight rates" favoring by this de. States decided that the Interstate way and financial interests be allower 1 Q \ ton
fisting Wiliam B. Hearst, democratic Prouty- declared, in a recent vice of the railroads their friends and : commerce commission had no power to invoke Theodore Roosevelt'b Q .J ... the
.t ttjia...ata rot governor; in his canvass speech In Chicago that the increase favored shippers., I over rate revision and rate fixing. I name to Injure Mr. Hearst with independent 2 -
offNew York state delivered the follacing' -i alone in railroad rates pending before "His rate bill gave to the-Interstate p Left Helpless. Republicans, when Roosevelt W W ,
f address ata big, democratic the interstate commerce commission commerce commission the power over From that day until the passage; of I I'I I sought"to do In his message to con ,t o Q f 0 Before drinking see that you T
rally held in Buffalo: *,.1: Y.r-a-few would If allowed_ build and equip every classification of freight This Is the'the ridiculous and Inadequate Esch. gress what Hearst tried to accompUsh -, ,' Dan
< days ago: railroad in New England.' Consider favorite device of railroads in'raising Townsend bill and the still incom- In his bills in congress: ? Out get the GENUINE. A word Bite
( "Mr. Chairman, ladies .and. gentle I, the magnitude of railroad extortion rates without their action being seen'I plete Hepburn bill, the Republican upon, and away with' such rank hypocrisy o 0 the
men: I have had the pleasure ,of, when even but' a part of It is by the public. It is accomplished by party has left the interstate com and such perversion of the -: to the wise is sufficient. We
serving in the national house of representatSves enormous. And the crushing weightof simply removing! an'article of freight merce of the country helpless againstthe truth. o 0
for nearly four years, this extortion has been severely from a class bearing a higher. rate. In manifold extortions of the railroad "And what hag made the American
i with, the Hon. William Randolph felt In the state of New York. this way the shippers In the United companies. The Hepburn railroad congress so delinquent In Its duty
-.Hearst.It Hearst's Rate Bill. States have been plundered ,without rate bill Is an advance In good legislation upon this question? A delinquencyfor Hygeia Bottling Works
r is safe to say that the voters "Mr. Hearst Introduced In the knowing how they suffered. but it Is yet, a most incom- nine years, that looks like dense ,
--- Prevents Higher Rates. 1 ignorance or sublime indifference, or 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
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Another valuable feature' of the direct treachery. have
(Hearst bill was that it' prohibited ..- .- to the arguments and persuasions of
railroads from increasing I railway interests, railway LI
an existing
{ A HATTER OF HEALm rate of freight without first getting I + 9 1 1I and railway newspapers lawyers.t.I
the consent of the. Interstate commerce I I conceptions of Justice to the $ ouTak(> QuiDiDe TI4a1
commission. And to crown ; 1 producers and consumers have been
f' I the value of the Hearst bill it provided >- :E'cs almost paralyzed. It Is a great bless-I
a prison penalty for railroad officials : : r 4 r.W InS; to the country that the use of free Iffa> 10 to lou do if yea area victim
L who violated the orders of th 3: railroad passes, telegraph; franks. of malaria. T
QOy4 ; commission. Such was, In brief, the 3: Pullman car passes and express company -'
Hearst bill. I .0 franks will scon be denied by t Don't Do It. 1110 Dantferoos. ,
P.
r. "You would naturally suppose my I -.I: 7C::: law to United States senators! and. We'll admit it will cure malaria but it loaves teE
friends, that both the Republicans in :C&? rnr representatives in congress. .' almost deadly after effecta.BERDINE. canMa:
congress and the democrats, would i- Serve Two Masters. j ere.
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.fi'F hasten to adopt this' wise legislative -f "Without charging corruption thb '
.. ; measure. They did. nothing of the CI) :a almost universal use of these valuable 1'Iir
f kind. One year after the Introduction -r k 0CI privileges have placed United ,States
l 'i a' 0 C senators and representatives in the
of the Hearst bill the republican )
pr CJ'') attitude of being In the of two ja purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteedto
pay
m the house of ,
caucus representatives -
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malaria
fj Eukmsaess,
cure lick headache. f
adopted the TSsch-Townsend ::c I'T1I employers, with conflicting InterestS:
and fill(Stomach,kidney and liver cvdpiaiuta.
bill' to regulate railroad abuses. That | I- ::a ,There Is hope yet that full relief can in A
I bill was a most meager and Incom en come out of the American congress TRY IT TO-DAY. -in
plete It contained the rate for,the American people, against railroad -
one. only I
Bottle. AH
50 Cents a Dru&iste. BierB
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extortions In their varied forms.
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revising feature of the Hearst XH,
f -Ai.IG". : the joint rate feature and the creation I ""Then the Hearst;bill will be Just-: ous
.. of a special court to try cases arising fled then the people of New York: brer
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under the act The Hearst bill contained -' The "Flat-iron" Brandare state will enjoy the fal protection,, gen
the court, provision also. given by taw striven for so valiantly -- root
'she psch-Towtnsend bill was ai I noted for Individuality and for in their behalf by the man who would" V.
weak v imitation of the Hearst bilL i tailor.made fit. The best New honor that great office of governorof andIt.
S POWDER The democratic *caucus about the i' York No tailor tailors could make make these better trousers.ones! New York state", the Hon.. William Lumber for RebuildingBetter ..

same time adopted the 'Davey bill'' to I Randolph,.. Hearst genT
regulate railroad rates it was more : Sold In Pensacola by I -
Temporary Location. submit estimate of lumber needs *f>
AbsotufelyPureA your the
a incomplete and ridiculous even than
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WHiTE _
& NIX, The.tempora.ry offices: of E. E.
the 'Esch-Townsend hill It was Saunders & Co, us for. prices-they'll save Quick deliv- Rai
and E. E. Sanndcrsj I you money.
CLOTHIERS, .
J Cream of Tartar Powder amended in committee and made I are now located In the north .end of ery. tot
about as valuable as the Esch-Town- %9 South Palafox St. tea
4.- free from alum or phos- send bill. I the Keyser building. i 8

: phatic acid Did Roosevelt Plagiarize? : MADE 'BT Pentacola Lodge No. 42. F. 4 A. M. las
"In December 1904. seven or eight' Regular communication TBUMTJax. -I Con
;" \;: months' after the Introduction of the I BLOCK BROS.&KILPATRICK > ..,Oct. -l$;. : Saunders Mill Company, M.
1-: iisNosua&mirt Hearst' bill, President' 'Roosevelt ? < Visiting brntfiers tfio
made some recommendations to congress I 17-19 Waverly Place, New York. -U. Y. SOLOMO sited. T.' E. fraternallY'In-1 Phone 7'.7. 21 Eaxt Carves Street. ,
,- about railroad abuses. He may Secretary.;: < ..::!I

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ri :: tion.Our it will! give new you Grey just.Plaid the Suit-right :Will Inaugurate a 30-Days'Fafl Opening' Bargain Sale that Will, Eclipse and Outshine. ': f;; 'r't:


E.t setting All Previous Efforts Extraordinary .'Bargain Offerings '. : .
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--- grand bargain carnival. VALUABLE SOUVENIRS will be GIVEN A WA Y to the .

1 1c i Cc'tMilled'( SOMETHING Beauty!)Pins, 25 and NEW 3Uc per! pair I BIG LIBEL SUIT first 25 customers buying $2.00 or over during the first 10 days of this sale. Don't forget the Opening N .

w. A. Gahlenbeck. 213 S. Palafox Si '
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Pensacola.COTTRELL.FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Fla.. C CAUSED 'BY'STORM I Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Coats and Jackets.One 1)C Bargains Domestics SheeingsEtc.25c ( J ; J

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TURTON 4 BELL. lot of ladies' or' misses' $5.00 Gray or Brown Eca 9-4 Bleached Sheeting,'to go at ?....19 zc

Ic PHOTOGRAPHERS Suppl;es. Flnishm SINCE) tor 1870ik Amateurs.!. S Tourists, Coats, Velvet Collar, Cuffs and Piping, Best 35c 10-4 Bleached Sheeting for ... ,.. .26I t I I

stylishly made, special . . . ... . .$3.49 C5 22 yards stout 36-in Sheeting Domestic, to go.''for.. .,.$1.00 Y
R. K. WHITE, $7.50 Mannish Tweed Tailored Coats, trimmed in Silk 20 yards good White Outing Flannel, special for. .<.;.$1.00 : t -t

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Alleged t Steamer Tugela $10.00 stylish'Tourist Coats;> to go at . .'. ...$7.90 ::. 4 New styles of 12Jc and lOc'Zephyr Ginghams, specialfor !I !. i U

Tersely Told Collided With Bark $8.50 Man Tailored Pony Jackets, Black with Satin .'. .:. .. ... . . . 8IL .";:i' 1"
Lining, well made; special bargain . . . .$6.90 1 case of new style Flannelettes ,15c value to go fin this 'i
Andrea
Freeport Oberver: Capt. J. N. Rogers and Latter $12.50 Finely Tailored Covert Box Coats, to go at .$9.75 fa .. sale for .*.; lOc

caving is In of Pensacola the wrecked attending steamer to Capt.the Wants $25,000. $ 5.00 Black Melton Coats, newest styles, finely made, IA e Mill-ends of,best 6}Zc Standard Calicos to go, per yard ; ': .

Fritz. for . . . . . . . . ."': . ... .$10.95 g.J for, ; .. ? .". ... ..33.Lc I t.: It
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The United States customs officials Very special bargains in ladies' fine Tailored Coats, 5c Bleached Crash Towels to go at .,.: 3c f
A libel suit for the
are again at home at the barge office sum of $25,000 I *
e dch was so badly damaged by the 1 was brought In the United States manufacturers" samples, ,at 1190.. $12.90, $13.90, e0 9c Bleached Huck Towels, special for .. 7c 11 f i 1
Gloria. as Repairs to .make have it now unfit been for made occupancy -, storm court when yesterday the steamer resulting.Tugela from and the $15.90, $19.50 and $23.90. Worth fully" 1-3 more. ... tJooI(f) I2c Bleached Huck Towels, special for ., 9c ,! '

however, and the officers are again the bark Andrea collided, and the latter Ladies' $10.00 Rain-Proof Coats, Oxford only, a great .... Azv4 Bleached Table Damask, worth 35c per yard, special. 23c "

i1 making. the building their headquarters. -tae. estimates above sum.the It Damage is alleged received. that as bargain at .. . ... ... ... ... . .'. : .A class in mechanical ,drawing has the damage was caused through the Extra bargains in, fine Tailored Rain Coa'at $9.75, ,.. I; ;ad 0,1d Mill-ends of fine Bleached German Table Damask at

:1 been added to the coarse of study at Tuseia negligence of the officers of the $10.90, $11.90 and . . . ... .....ft . .$13.49 ,' be A'r about yz actual value. k' \;) ''.t
the Y. M C. A. night school having will Scott M Loftin, counsel for Chris : .. u( Fringed Napkins worth.35c per doz, for -. 23c J 1 "

just be instructed been organized.by F. JI. This Cates,class engineercf topher Qrale.bark as Andrea master brought of the Norwegian the Children's Sample Coats all Strictly New ::a 'fII.OCQ 75c German Dice Napkins to go now, per doz, for. .. 59c .'; I

the Louisville &: Nashville The suit. In the bill of complaint it is ; .aim Extra special Bargains.in all Linen Damask Napkins, t
first meeting of this class will be .i 't
Friday night atthe, Y. M. C. A.. and days stated of that September oa the the 26th Andrea and 27th was and Stylish. .... : J from 89c per- dozen to .; $2.19 ; t 1

all should those notify contemplating the secretary entering and be Pensaeola securely anchored and tight in staunch the harbor and Inn of positively the greatest bargains ever,offered at 69c, IIIV Bargains in Blankets and Comlo s. t! t'

present on the first nlsht. r respect well manned, tackled $1.25, $1.49, $1.95, $2.90, $3.90, up to each. ;-------$5.90 I Z r: J:
Lieut J. I. Bryan, of'the cutter and appointed with the crew on the 1 10-4 Blankets in Gray or White at 49c,.85 ,,98c, $1.39, ,.: i
Penrose, yesterday succeeded in re- lookout for the safety of the said ves-
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coverning the big supjly sloop Hazel: sel; that the steamer Tugela was also Special Bargains in Ladies' Fine Skirts.Best raQes. $1.95 to $6.90 :
belonging; to the life saving stat'on! anchored in the harbor, and due notice Don't buy Blankets or Comforts until you see ours. f l: 1//
carried during the having been given by the weather .
which was away I $6.00 Mannish Tweed, full Circular Skirts, trim-
torm and sunk in about 21 feet ot bureau of the approach of a storm, I:: I :
water In the harbor There the vessel had ample time in which to have med in folds and Buttons. Special sale price . .$3.98 Bargains in Notions and Smallwares.
was found some days since by been securely anchored. $7.50 Mannish'Tweed, or Mohair Skirts, choice styles, ::
'=' Hutchlngs. and the Penrose The complaint further states that Good Adamantine Pins, full for ., lc i
with Supt men from the station. succeededn about 1:30 a. m. of the 27th the Tu special price . . . . . . . . .$5.90 r+ papers .
Rubber Lead Pencils to at'. Ic
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towing the vessel into water gela dragged her anchors and came Very special bargains in fine Tailored Skirts at each .0 go :' ,
about feet in depth near the site I into close proximity of_ the bark and 0 4Q President Jet Head Pin Cards to 5c
two . . . . . go :
of) the old life saving station. 'that they remained In.their positions $8.95, $9.49'and . .$11.90 Uf)
Elastic for
until the storm had moderated; that 8c and lOc Garter to go ?. 5c ,;
When In doubt get Blue Ribbon notwithstanding the fact that the vessels ,''I .s Q 15c and 19c Amber or Shell Back Combs to go for ., lOc "c
Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure; were fifty yards apart and per Bargain Sale of Hosiery. .... .
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Back Combs for
50c Jewel, or Japanese 25c _
roes twice as far and,the Blue Ribbon fectly safe the officer in charge of .
Flavor' 'is perfection.: Ask for the steamer decided to 'shift the posI- 375 dozen ladies', children's and men's hosiery (a manu It: lOc Jewel Hat Pins, to go now for .._ .,. 5c 'I : ;
the 25c size tion repeated of the vessel protests and an notwithstandIng _taming of- facturer's sample line), bought at 1-3 off, to go on sale as ..... 0 a .Q'tj 1 lot of sample Hair Brushes, fine English Bristle, t 1-:
Meeting Friday.! llbellant, the engines ,were set going follows: ... ""'"' :co worth 39c to 50c (agent's samples) choice of entire ; ;
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There will be a meeting of the and forced the,' '"
vessel ahead and up '
Daughters of the Confederacy. Friday on the starboard bow of said bark, at Men's 10 and 12/c Seamless Socks to go at . . 7%cMen's .:c E line for ... 15c .

afternoon the president at 4:30 Mrs.: at A.the McDavid residence, 310 of the same and time while,heaving in-the anchor collided 15c Seamless Socks to go at . .'. . . lOc ACm t, I lot of fine sample Belts, in Corduroy and Silk,.worth .\ :i .
chains so maneuvering
West Gregory. with the bark with much violence Men's 25c extra fine Seamless Socks to go at . . .19c .... ;: 50c each, all colors, to go at .. ._. 15c

l and doing great" damage and Ladies' and children's best 15c Hose, now. . . lOc Q Ladies' 5c White Handkerchiefs to'go at .. 254c :
Phone No. 178 that although was discovered thai O &: '
Is the anchors and chains of the steamer Finest 25c plain or lace Hose, in black and colors, to go O 15c Hemstitched or Embroidered Handkerchiefs, now i'U

Sol NowVorking.Cahn, & 'Co. the were bark foul said of' anchors steamship and continued chains 01 to at . . . . . . . . . . . 19c w::t ... for lOc i 11.:
steam! ahead finally getting across 35c and 40c fine Cotton, or Cashmere Hose to go at 25c W) CII. 1 lot of fine Linen Papervand Envelopes, in boxes; regular ,.t:
and against the bow' of saId' bark. 50c to box 25c
Quality Counts-Use i where she remained until 4:30: of that .... quality go now per '
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD.PfelfTer's cleared. Underwear Bargains.Ladies' or.:
jar< Steam Bakery. I The libellant alleges that the Tu- Miscellaneous Special Bargains. lr
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;ela was not properly officered ant and children's Full I Fleeced Vests or Pants, g ik
TEMPERATUREOF the master not bein aboard. 1: 1'
,manned and that H was throutft.. negligence 39c value, to go at .'. . . . ... . . 25c 81x90 Bleached Pepperell Sheets, torn and wide hem, !
75 DEGREES that the steamer drifted and collide Childrens' 39c Full Fleeced Union Suits for . . 25c worth 85c, for .,. .-.: 69c :
with the Andrea. Best 14c Pillow Cases, extra good, for ., lOc
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The maximum tempera'ure yesterday In conclusion compla'nant states Men's. 50c Winter Weight, Full Fleeced Shirts and
P. m.was, while 75,the degrees mmhaum at 2:30:was o'clock C2 de-! that by reason of the collis'on ana Drawers, special for this sale . . . . . 39c 19c Hemstitched Pillow Cases,.fine quality, special for 14c .t; .
damage that Jt will 4be necessary to Work Pants neat ;
Men's $1.75 dark 10
( styles, only
rees at 1 a. m. Last: year on the discharge the cargo and make repairsat ,All the finest grades of Underwear at special prices... ." ;
fame date the maximum was 79 de- mucn"> expense and' loss of time, w dozen, to go at, each ..' ;. 98cBoy's '; ,
trees and the minimum 63 degrees. and estimate the damage to:be $25- Wool Cheviot or Mixed' Tweed Suits, worth ; ,
in Silks. ;
. 000. Special Bargains
.-- The United States'; authorities- took I $2.50 to $3.00, in this sale .. $1.95 a i .!:
YOUR HAT charge of the Tugela:yesterday, plac- Boys' $3.00 Beaver Overcoats, special for .$1.69.
watchman! on board.nntll thevessel 100 pieces of 36-inch All Silk Taffetas, all colors, never ,,
Styii'e.,; ;; ing a
(8J
May Be a But It Makes bond. will 1 case of White Wing, Full Bleached Sheets, 72x90,
: Trouble.A gives the required sold for less than $149 per yard, but go in this ;."

man usually buys a hat that's J sale at . . . .v. . . . .'. . . 69c ''- torn and hemmed, to go for .- 39c ,
1 "In men stle.has lots.but to answer the modern for.. hat for CASE OF MAYOR 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all colors, regular 90c 0 1 lot of ladies' new Plain Silk Belts, worth 25 and 35c, "t j'

Bildheads are growing more numer- value, for this sale . . . . . . . 59c to go at .' 19c ; f <
breeding ous every places day. 'Hats for make the excellent parasitic, WAS CONTINUEDThe 75c Faille Silks, all colors, special . ; .. . . 45c 2 cases new Mohair Lustre Suitings, worth 19c per -

!I germs which\ sap the life from -the Best 59c Jap Silks, all colors, to go at . .. . . 39c yard, special, for .; .*. 12c r.
roots of the hair New Plaid Silks for Waists 200-202 2 cases of ladies' and children's 39c Full-Fleeced ;
When your hair begins to fall out case of Mayor:Chas H. Bliss, : .
and your scalp Is full of Dandruff it who was arrested onTuesday charged 75c quality, in beautiful plaids, to go at . . . 49c Underwear go at 25c I ;
'is a sure sign that these countless with 'trespassing. ,was.called before $1.00 quality, in beautiful plaids, to go at . . . 89c 10 pieces 38-inch Ombre Plaid and Check Henrietta .
germs are busily at work. Henry Bellinger .in the county Palafox "
Judge South ;
. 98c Suitings, worth 25c, special ... 19c
There Is' but one way to overcome Judge's court yesterday morning at 1C $1.50 Imported Plaid Silks, choicest styles, special
the trouble and kill the germs-that I o'clock. At that hour the' mayor appeared 1 lot of fine 50-inch Fancy Wool Tweed Suitings, new- 2 cases finest Pacific Percales and Flannelettes, <,
Way is to apply Newbro's Herpicide as he had been instructed to 1
to the est styles, and 45-inch Silk Down Suitings, regular in 5-lb bundles, to go, per lb .. 35c r
scalp-it will kill the germs and do, but the attorneys, both for the cityand
healthy hair is sure to result prosecution agreed upon a con $1.50 quality (an agent's sample pieces, bought at a Street 1 lot assorted Work Baskets, worth lOc each, for..J 5c _4 ,

f in Sold stamps by leading for sample druggists.to The Herpicide Send lOc Unuance When until the 'case some will later come date.' up for big sacrifice), to go hi,.this. sale for . . . 85c Best 5c Ink Writing Tablets, to."go, 3 for .. lOc : :
company Detroit. Mien. For sale b> trial is not exactly known; but It will .'
A. D'Alemberte, druggist and probably be some time, during next .1J i
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.1 bench nor the lawmaker on. the floor emperor Jt tf the; populace "bread QOO aaaaa 2 a 22aaaaaa2aa22a2
of the legislature.Had and'''circuses1!* ,it aa aeaaili

t tfUOjaJontnal) it not been for the protective The time Is fast drawing near "la

tariff, which has enabled the steel this country when the people will no

barons ,to take toll-dorectly or 1ndl-. longer be blinded by subterfuges so BOY

rectly .of every man in the country shallow as free, libraries and sub- YOUR I:

? DAILY, WEEKLY. SUN DAY. Andrew Carnegie would:never in his sidized colleges and the attitude nowadays

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY old 'age have been bestowing npon taken upon this subject by such

the people of this country public papers as the 'Chicago Journal goes
tJI
...BY... libraries In much the same spirit as far ,toward showing that the changeis clothes' and shoes Bring him to
Mwhich I 8 Must have our store and N
that
> the degenerate Roman Indeed coming. I
4 1 THE JOURNAL COMPANY., m

: ill we will 'fit. him up for you. We have an immense stock of \


FRANK Lw.: MAYES, .President an' General _Manager u. xs I, !i If j everything for Boyst to wear We sell none but Standard ; !j -==


MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED ..PRESS. When Mrs. Davis Came :ft) } and of the latest yERwWt
j Makes-every article absolutely new designs. r :


: SUBUCRIPTION RATES- I To the City of Montgomery w I and Saturday will offer as a special [j Thean411

c OAeYeaz.. .. ...?.....>5 00 One Monti ... .. -.'.,' ..o(5 Friday in-

Six Months .. ... ... .. ... t 60 One Week. .. .. .. .. ... 10 : Montgomery Journal; are ttflaPPy

4 Three, Months. .. .. .. 126 Weekly Edition, per year.$1, CO & .iXSXaSSSmXSXSXttttasnSWXS* ; i j ducement 1500 pair of our celebrated Boy-proof Trousers at p edda5eierr'


1 43c. 200 Childrens Suits 3 to 8 at $1.69. 50 Boys'
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The Only Peasacola JVewvpaper From Which, a Detailed The death of age fiy i }reSb
% Mrs. Jefferson Davis house
"The chosen for us was a gen bgade
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. In New York has caused: the,greatest I tleman's residence roomy enough for School Suits age7 to 17 excellent $250 values at 195. jj anti
sorrow In this, the Cradle of the our purposes ,on the corner of a I their

; Pk Editorial o.m* 38I I I Paper*en Sale en Trains Confederacy". was the, of first which and only her late husband street capitoL' and There:'looking were toward many, the charming state | 75 Boys' Fine Worsted and Casimere Suits, $4.50 and $5.00 jj aatmr Art>>

'DM !I I Bulnesi Office 1500 --': -- Mrs. Davis came: to preSident.j I people there who were all interest,

:1' and at all News Stands. weeks about'March after her 4, 1861 husband, a little and kind services' to us; our affectionate memoryof | J values at $ *95. In Double Breasted. with plain Knee or rJ currec t&rnocJ.A1:
m-------- -- ----- was I Montgomery was one of <:y,
ed at the head of the Confederacy.She welcome and ,if we should have ffi .
Plain Cut.
OfflcuJournaIBuiidinr-CorserInt.nd.noiaadD.LunaSts. 25 Mrs.toit
broke up housekeeping at their I judged from: the hampers, of flowers I 5 Golf Trousers .Norfolk or dozen jj j

home In Warren Miss., and It ,
county poured out before us, was a
went to New Orleans I Shirt Waist and 75c values 8 Ferns
where she flowery kingdom. Mothers Friend 50c at 41c. The
?:: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING .OCTOBER 18, 1906.If spent some days. Later she went to Mrs. Varina Jefferson Davis was j cereD'fu11r

'Mobile, and came to Montgomeryfrom born May 1,1826 and the daughter -
was 4
Little Freddy Funston once more I. that city by boat on the Alabama I of WlliaIIBurr. ,and Margaret Remember these prices are for Friday and Saturday only. j white
"The Price of Money"Considered. river, joining her husband, then Howell, and grand daughter of Governor jj tckte
i has Ills ear cocked for the call boy. quartered at the old Exchange hoteL I "Richard Howell-of lew Jersey. 1m and

General Leonard Wood wants a big She remained here until May 20, 1861, II She was educated at Philadelphia and tram
: when the family went with Mr. Davisto married President Davis at Natchez, ..
Lennie that the :A: ,very 'instructive parable, .
army. forgets army little Richmond, to which place the seat Mlss, Feb. 25; 1845. She did not see:; fnStr
may" also want a big man. apropos of the late JR&'ssell Sage' is of government had been moved. She much of, him the first year of his ,

:Willie- Walled-Off Astor's now going the rounds.. did not come to Montgomery in 1866, Imprisonment but did the last. After Parker 6 Reese Coo | aisles
daughter Watson 'ty pa
; te According to the'story, an acquaintance when Mr. Davis was here to dedicatethe : the war they lived at Memphis and fordren I
tomarry a poor editor. He was Confederate
-for such:men, have no friendsone manument. Of her ',Beauvoir and after the death of Mr. .,
evidently rich in nerve anyhow. stay in :Montgomery. Mrs Davis, in Davis, Mrs. Davis,went to New York j ,
asked After
day Sage why he clungso
her memoirs of her husband live for .
says: to health reasons.to I
; A New Yorfc'woman was recently desperately' to the business of : ora's

shot because she:; was singing. It I L* money-making. "You can't use It- y "Everything to Wear. fj fjiO '
*# *#**( H HH be General dined with Missof
probable that the bullet struck a false you can't eat it." credited the N
heJ1'Odt
N
at London -
"' the diplomatic dignitaries
note. To this t the venerable. financier Is *> PENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY. saw the pope and Mrs. Clem Hamptonat 33 and 35 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET raaaaaa
"
Dowie has just had a vision.*with said to have made answer by asking Rome dIscovered. tht all of Rem U '

a million dollars in it. The oldman's his interrogator if he had never play. ** By Sam B. Russ. brandt's Madomas have blue eyes, that >< > > fj? samebroar 1."h'

eyesight must be in'a'wonderful state ed marbles when a boy. Upon being Hi-* the Rhine is not so beautiful as the I aaaaaaaaeaaeaa2aa !aaeaaeaa2a2ELIST ,
St. Johns and that Sir_ Walter Scott
answered in the
of preservation affirmative, he exclaimed hlQ'
was an altogether lovable characterbut -
triumphantly: "Well what Success spoils more men than it sbawma.i4
he ran to catch a train when the
: Tbe Atlanta Journal thinks that did you keep at it for You couldn't helps. interviewer mentioned drainage of the "\\1
OF CLIRKS: ,
"when'old Grover his mouth Ch1ff
did open ,
eat the marbles-you had no use for Many a man has done evil to pleasea Everglades* i t / Meet
he said something.! No, merely put good ;
them. woman.
his foot in It, & usual. ,- The Gainesville Sun simply voices Sad Is Told ;from
3 AND INSPECTORS Story of 1 .
And here, thie instructive little There is'always a page somewherein the sentiment of all who know the two 2 fell fI

The Gainesville Sun says that apologue) ends. But how much more the book of life that we want Jo men, in the following paragraph: "The ". Tbstral

Hearst has eclipsed Bryan for. the instructive It would have been, had skip. board of control paid a just tribute in I: Noted Evangelist's DeathAtlanta ;
ircReev
but will be the rich man's naming the two dormitories of the CHOSEN BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
: time Mr. Jerome luckyif poor inquisitor proceeded I
lWhen a pretty woman cries it is state- university designating the one' JournaL
: he clips him at any time. to.point out to him that little often a sign that there is a man. in to the west Thomas Hall, in honor of TO CONDUCT THE ( lngtit

Anthony Comstock recently had a boys play marbles: because they are the immediate vicinity. MaJ W. R. Thomas the leader in tho .. "\\i
idle and too empty.headed to find any. campaign for the location of the university NOVEMBER ELECTION. len,
bad fall in New York. Hard to see The difference between passion and wh1c'11i't
how,a man as low down as Comstock thing,better P.d ; and that his love resembles the difference between at Gainesville, and the one Associated Press dispatches have were sidetracked: at a small station!!,

crushing comparison had, instead of and poetry."Thtere' to the east Buckman Hall, in 'somewhat the details in Perry, Ark., when Mr. Jones
could ever manage to tall prose honor of Senator Buckman author of Precinct No. 1-D.' M. Cherry. James confused con. expire t1r'e
closing controversy, simply throwna the school Jones C. W. Andrews inspectors A. nection with the departure of Rev. His remains were carried on to Lit'
new law
"Co-education" says the Birmingham new light on the' Intellectual and is plenty of room at the 1 t Benton, clerk.Precinct Rock, a distance of 70 miles, aJ dent
top" as the rogue said when he No. 2 Floyd Atbey IL C. Mil- Sam P. Jones and party from Oklahoma
Age-Herald "is under a cloudin spiritual poverty that leads men to mounted the gallows. Citrus county-may. pr may not be Ire J. F. Helton Inspectors; W. H. White there taken off and prepared for ti:* fie
the Chicago University." ,Must be "dry," but ,on tFthing''. at least Is certain -clerk. City last Sunday and his demise trip homeward." pr.nnPr
pursue the game of money-getting f Precinct NO. W. W. Kirksy, Harry while en route home. Rev. Walt Mol-,
a cloud with a real Rockefellergold How few of us ever realize that it the peopte down that way are Lewis. E. G. Brewton, inspectors; G. A.
when they already have more money 'I cohb, a co-worker of Mr. Jones, in: His Brother Died of Heart Fail-re-' it totlii
snakes" .
"seeing all right The Chronicle clerk.I .
is as selfish to seek the good thingsof -,kUorrill :
lining then. than they know what to clo with. the next world as it is the richesof for instnnce, recently indulged in't I'I Precinct No 4- John Longren, E. Pad- an interview, says: "The structure The sudden and unexpected de: i i
Other multi-millionaires have made the following little hair-raiser gett. Will Briegs, inspectors; John Gates, in which we were holding our meetings of Sam Jones aboard a Pullman pain t '
Some of those alleged Wall Street"Democrats" this. :
I clerk.
I the recalls the death of Rev. Jose ,
I department store. : car trite
was a large
practically the same confession. H. "George Long kfllfcd a monster rattlesnake -.,I Precinct No. 5-.1. C. Cowan. Alex. ,
are gradually coming A: woman's first child-a man's last week: which measured WebbV.. 'A. Waters Inspectors. Jas. roof of which leaked. It had rained Jones, elder brother of the noted err- : base
out in their true colors under the H. Rogers, of Standard Oil fame, not first love-and a girl's first long dress seven feet in length, and 11 inches in NlchoJsen clerk. all Saturday night and Sunday and up::gelist, some four years ago at ('irtivilfe. I'c1fJ".
long ago virtually said of his absorb- j I Precinct No. fc Tfcos. Davison C. JLI for the He died in the of S will
to minutes before the time arms
benign influence of little Willie1earst's are three of the most lasting mIlestone's circumference, an1 sported ten rattles..Jackson, Alex. McVoy inspectors; OllieJennings ten
tion in business that he shouldn't on the.road to the grave., and a button. The reptlle"was: lying in' clerk.Precinct last meeting, Inasmuch as we could 1 Jones, and his death was due to b:- '
Xrays. know what to do with himself if he coil when discovered by ,Mr. No.7-A. D. Nicholsen, J. O not hold the last meeting on this account -I."trouble. At the time of his death! b 4llMi
The men who suceed best .are not Ward. E. A. Tucker, Inspectors; C. M. wedecided to start for home, was about 53: old, the of'
Chicago is the only city in the world, quit the game. who came.very neftr stepping on Long'l I Wiggins, clerk.Precinct years age
necessarily the best but simply those No. 8-Taylor Crabtree A. which we did. After a peaceful night's, beloved Georgian who Monday tncr
probably; where a policeman on-a salary And the point of it all is that sucha who are best adapted to their surroundings 6++.......................Ai i.. Matbias A. Fleming, Inspectors; J. I*. sleep Sunday night we arose early I' lug passed to the beyond. There i! noT

of $1.000 per year, could save halfa confession' is'in reality a confessionnot be they good Or bad. McCallum Precinct, No.clerk.9-J. A. Gilmore II. Stur- Monday morning, Mr. Jones, and myself I'I strange parallel between the dc_: I'ytT corn

million dollars in twenty years. of capacity, but of Incapacity-of -'U'-'n '' i VOX :{POPULi dlvant J- T. Fillinglm inspectors; P. M. being first up and dressed. Mr.I of the brothers-both preachers. DP men
Graft apparently runs riot in the mental sterility, intellectual barren. Prichett. clerk.Precinct Jones complained 'a little of feeling!|overcame each at nearly the same >;
10- J. T.
No. Rigsby. Burgess
windy ness, and the Inability of enjoyingthe $ : .t''I Bryars. C. J. Ward, inspectors; A. T. sick and his daughter Mrs. Pyron,.: and in each instance Its visitation t.T'
city. SOME SHORT ...... .._.._.t._.._........ Rice clerk. had prepared a glass of hot water!'sudden I and unexpected. Some( "

Dick Croker ha3 compromised his freedom, that money Is popularly ; GOOD'S I Precinct No. 11-J. W. Emmons. W. C. which was,his custom to'drink when,, years ago Rev. Joseph Jones, brot 'seer
supposed buy. STOCK OF WAS Williams W. L. Mime Inspectors J. B.
to 2 ;
'(London libel I STATE STORIES Stewart clerk. he arose. He had gone to the smoking of the evangelist whose deith is mw
suit
against Alfred Everythinginthis world, in short NOT WASHED AWAY''- Precinct No. 12 J. N. Andrews. W. I* room of the sleeper when Mrs.i chronicled with such sadness and ', f "
Harmsworth, who Is now out of must be paid for-everything has its -n-n n.'UU I I Mover. F. F. Bingham. inspectors; C. E. Pyron heard him fall She ran to his 1 gret, was visiting in Cartersville ,' :boca

j! harm's way. It Is by no means the price; and It is evident that "the Editor Pensacola Journal: hVHson I Precinct, clerk.No. 13-Thos. W. Kent Jas. C. assistance and with the aid of the' had been :n the postoffice for m:'I i
I
first time that the exboss.has' been price of money" is sometimes alto TO view the Stat wlth' Impartialeyes .write to ask you to be so kind as Clark. Otto White Inspectors; Julius porter placed him upon the seat l'' and had just returned to his brothr (
to correct-a mistake .
in a In the piece in Menko, clerk.Precinct was immediately present and felt his: residence when he was seized lie :,
compromising position.It gether too 'hig The Journal to-day of I No. 14-Jos. Brown, Dixon B. I WE
Florida the storm trouble
= the of
And see how land we experienced.You {I Reed Sr.,' John O'Brien, Inspectors; Abe pulse and soon found he was dead. Ho attack of heart disease, which pro'. .e
is now announced-that "our" lies. i 1' Daniels clerk.Precinct died without a struggle or without ut.:'I fataL Sam Jones had Just asked ,

troops- are not to be withdrawn from A Chicago View of Editor Lambright, the'accomplished we lost will a notice stock 6f that goods it says, washed that cbez James No Whitehead 15-T. S.inspectors Caro. Phil; J.San-E. tering a word. I called\ to him and he' brother to join him inf a cigar, and 'I'

Cuba until honest elections word purveyor of Wallace Stovall'sTampa Riera, clerk.Precinct opened his eyes slightly and closed invitation had been declined, wr.
This
are as the Situation.The Tribune, is to start a magazine away. is a mistake. We did No. 16-II. H. Batcher, Luke them again forever. The train OIl i suddenly Joe Jones fell forward a": )
sured. If that mode of procedure not lose any goods, as ,we are not in' Flowers,Jas. Hubbird inspectors W. B. I Wet,
it seems, from the following item from which our party was traveling was,, expired in the arms of his younc
were followed in this country, there Chicago Journal In a recent that excellent paper: "The Peninsular business and had no goods whatever i(I I Hubbird Precinct clerk.No. 17-J. E. Spoon. A. W. sidetracked and had been for two II!I I brother before medical aid could < fWbIi
hand.
are some places that would always editorial takes a new and highly significant Magazine" which promises to.be tho on other things We, but did lose bedding and Majors Iliram. Suggs inspectors; T. N. hours, on account of a wreck. We;]|I,summoned.
no goods. Please:
;Adams clerk.Precinct
have a standing army on hand. view of Mr. Rockefeller's sudden test effort in that direction yet madein correct this in to-morrow's No. .18-J. W. Bowman J. A.
paper. -
Florida, is soon to be Issued in this Williams. H. C. Johnson, inspectors; T.
change from
gloomy
; The supreme court of Alabama : taciturnity to city. The first number'wilt be out Very respectfully, J. Cushion, clerk. L
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gracious and.almost suspicious loqua- Wanington, Oct.: 16. R. LYONS. Precinct No. 19-A. B. Fillingim F. M.
: held. In the case of Cain vs, Simon. about October 25. The publishers are Wood E. A. Hall inspectors; J. B. YVT"X. Y One way u to P7 nO iBtattoa to it; *<

: .fion, that a riparian owner who had city.The Mr. Edwin D. Lambright of the Tri Bottom.. Cooper; clerk.PrE'Cinct .. | fA V least, not until It develops into pneumonia
Journal takes the Hill of the Tribune No. :20( -W. M. McCurdy, M.
ground that, bune. and Mr. Hewett en C/t4
Another is
\planted' YV // JL bronchitis or pleurisy. way
oysters in or ,
the tidaL
water ad Co. have made Buttons are certainly: as ancient as I F. Martin, Bill Newberry, inspectors: ]
"like Carnegie ,he. la manoeuveringfor Printing They cleric.Precinct doctor about Chen
his land Mark McCurdy to ask your Ayer's
joining under license the of In the ninth
,from siege Troy, century
I arrangements which insure a publication No. 21-John Bell }I. E. Hen-
I the state was entitled to the good opinion of the publico"and ; before for both in that unfortunate I Pectoral. If be says, "The best thing for nil
an injunction which will be a-credit to Florida our era derson J. A. Patterson inspectors; C. R.
to restrain that both "have stopped their first number will city and at-Mycenae Dr. Schjie-Vaughan, clerk Tqlth C ol colds," then take It. Do as he says,anyway.WI .
of the
other riparian.owners The feature I'apr
benefactions until Precinct No. :22-W. M. Bowman, E. N. cI bavl 5. lelistIl W peb5ih C.57rC.,
from sailing across his beds Incoming I they see how far be a handsomely illustrated artIcl, mann discovered d objects of gold, silver Jernigan J. IL King, inspectors; W. H th f.rsiaI IfiiOpTIpsij.u. t l tJr.
to and from their Mr. Roosevelt and the United States dealing with the famous Gasparilla or and bronze which could have had no Mayo clerk.Pr.cinct .
own, where such No 3-H. C. Helium D. W. -
acts would work irreparable Inju1'7to are, prepared to go in the way'of establishing ganization of this tlty. A more 'definite other use than that of buttons. In I,, Bowman W. J. Kellum inspectors; R. J.
I an inheritance tax. They announcement of the plans and mediaeval times the clothing of the Seymour, clerk.
; him. !.discern: the signs of the times." scope of the magazine will be made common people was generally fastened +....+.......................o.........++.........++* s5I
later." No man in the state is more I I
The esteemed Savanah News closes i The Journal goes on in the same task with wooden pegs of the type and form
to such
thoroughly adopted a
what was evidently meant to be l vein of those resorted to in emergenciesby THE HOME DOCTOR.
by saying that: than Ed. Lamfcright. who is easily one f
;; i a eulogy of the late'-Sam Jones as Though the gifts they might have of the most versatile and accomplishedwriters : the country boy of the present day. I ,'
Do not bathe the body for at least an I Bodroom Furniture
follows: made'are sadly missed, yet they may in the state His real literary Buttons covered with cloth were pro- I

His home at Cartersville was pala- well be spared until the question ability and fine touch are of a sort hibited by George I. in 1720 to encourage hour after meals. 0

I tlal.. ,With an enormous earning ca. raised by their nonappearance Is set. that too often seem thrown away in the manufacture of metal buttons. The juice of lemon is excellent as a 't jI
pacity, his income was princely. He tied finally. It Is almost certain the hurry of practical newspaper gargle for sore throat, but must not be ji'

t lived in a staLe of almost feudal magnificence. that before either, Rockefeller or Car work, but in a magazine they should Socpleioa.. swallowed.To :
Like a baron of old, he negie has died in the ordinary course have full scope As for o Mr. Hill, h3 "Mother," says the doubting; wife, "I cure a ringworm apply a strong We have everything needful to make the

bad his retainers a'host of them, wht. of nature, the United States will havea is known from Tampa Jacksonville do not believe Henry is all that he solution of borax and water three or bedroom one of the most attractive rooms I
lived upon his bounty. law in effect materially limiting,the as a good business man and an expert four times a day and cover the place I
should i in
be. the
size of fortunes that may be in typographical artist. With two such house. Our line of dressers is large, :
Tastes differ, but if we had been with the fine powder very often.
"What is with him
herited., Everybodysees that the men at the helm, the new venture wrong now f
showing different and *
eulogizing a follower of One who I time is, at iand when wealth must should certainly "land" all right. Agnes? A short; time ago you were I f Hot water used both Internally and a great.many designs

i sometimes knew not, where to lay his Delimited% or the republic ,suffer, anda complaining that"be stayed out too late externally is highly recommended by ranging from $9 to $45. Handsome bedt

fcead, we think that we should have rational inheritance tax, like that Talking of Tampa, the irrepressible of nights. Is he staying out later than medical men as a cure for insomnia. steads at $5 t6 10. Easy rockers from $1.25 :
proposed by President Roosevelt the "Mack" Towne is said to have "stirredup ever?" Bathing the feet in hot water is said to
mitted that "palatial"
{. paragraph, other day seems to be the efficient a veritable hornet's nest by the "No. He spends every evening- at, particularly efficacious. to $2O. Druggets, $5 to $50. i
ut we have before remarked
\ as introduction of that resolution whichis .
ana reasonable remedy. The very home now, and really that looks to me For a simple cough cure roast a medium ': .
tastes differ. rich men, of going to do so much disastrous '
Jthe know
country this I
as though he had something on his con sized lemon. When hot through .
The Savanah. and they: are, consequently holding things to" some of the county officials'salaries science."-Ufe.InCr .cut .and. press the juice upon three : BUY
and analytic NOW
profound in their hands and at the same time At least, so thinks the Take I: PAY LATER. :
of aspoonful
(News kindly undertakes to account trying to make friends. It Is an interesting Tampa Herald which goes on to say ounces pulverized sugar. I. .

for, Maxim Gorky's failure in state of affairs but it can that "still there are scores of good 1IIo.., b.t Cheerful. whenever the cough is trou i

this country by elaborate description have'only one outcome. men in Tampa Hillsborough county Father (at head of stairs)-Ethel, blesome.. I :

of certain matrimonial Irregular In'I the meantime, let it never be who have said they would be gladto what time Js it?.. Ethel (In drawing To make: honey ointment take equal : I

ties of which the Russian reformer forgotten, that "thegifts": by which hold these same in' jobs for the room-It's a quarter past 10, father. parts of honey and white flour and stir ::1 MARSTON JL QUINA,
I amounts named the recommendation. -. Father-AD right.: Don't forget to start together with a little soft water, just .
eeems to have been guilty Very our Chicago contemporary sets such Mack is smiling he
serenely. as
enough to make a thick paste solid
the clock again after the young man 108/110 S.Palafox Fla.
: likely, the immaculate sp1r1t'of store are as nothlng'compa.red, to the is receiving letters from all over the goes out to get hiS breakfast-Stray not liquid. This is one of the good old ; St. Phone 149 Pcnsacola, :

!Jin Podsnap the land.and' Pecksniff Had Gorky being however abroad vast sums-eithej:drained by unjust from the laws, commonwealth or the county on the" bold and but state sensible, complimenting move' he him has Stories. fashioned remedies for sores and bojls. I::.........6'........................................"""!.

been guilty only of those little finantial lack, of Just ones. made. j jI ji
'
e ;I regularities which are sanctioned Had,not-the Standard Oil been able Albert Gilchrist has'now been home ,

by law and custom, he would to crush competition by granting rebates from Europe long enough for the state I

f have met with quite a different- it would. never have stood papers to be getting onto him and I -1iii i

.::, .ception. It takes such papers as theSavannah. where-it stands to-day. here'Is what the Tampa Tribune, for i
Instance, has to say of the big-hearted II1
; ( News a, long time to find And.bow. were such evasions of "
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lout that the most dangerous of'evil 'gentleman from DeSoto: "General
law made possible? By a system of Gilchrist has returned"( from Europe,
i courses are, not those which ostrajeize -
a man, but those which make wholesale corruption which in its day I full of enthusiasm and Impre slona. .

t i kirn rich and respectable. has spared neither the Judge on the If an interview in the Times-Union Is Because of those ugly, grizzly gray ")81,..Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR, RESTORER. Price, $1.00 retail.


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\ THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY'
I MORN uta. OCTOBER: 18 1908. PAGE PIVK.atlon.

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!aaru r: 4000 BOOKS o ;:: .CUBES br. f t' '

B I IBY THHOR[ SHOW S' S S' jj '

- ru I thank: hundreds for their patronage : .
[ PEOPLE AND EVENTS]I and thousands for promise of their Xmas BLOOD
POISON
"' N trade business but DOW.I am Some anxious of the to best 40 sellers more '. : :

:-N now will be out of data Christmas. IS ATTRACTING The first outward sign! of Contagious Bleed Poison ii a japail tore cr I

N What about your'birthday trade Thereare blister. As the poisonous virus becomes more fin y cntKecked ix t.Mr Uoo4 7, ,; I I

rJ ::3 AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. ,11- sacola about and 90 I have birthdays books per suitable day In for Pen-all a red eruption appears oa the body the mouth a4 threat *<- rstu, tfc* bit

No aces and conditions, from Buster Drowns begins to come out glands in the neck and groin "-eU, coyper: colored tpoa i t r
Telephone : 38
R After P. M.
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{IWIW to Dictionaries and from Uncle Tom appear on the breast, back e ., and the rnfortamait victim b Jt rAaftg f. J
Cabins to Clansmen.
tU a TTNTION[ N diseased from.head to foot. Mercury and pots k do not cvrc Crotrtgicet ,. :
.f
f Then Sweetheart.Trade! Try Lu- Blood Poison disease in tha
your they'shnt the ad
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N f. ftn.: ,,: _"f. fJ S. !:! !.;..:'.!...I..t U.f -"' --:1." : ::Bt:: kHU'O't: ,U'H:: f -or1-.f cUe, or Reveries of a, Bachelor. up rente"ev outward i t ':
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"""'JII>.. '......._ > 11>...:...-=.- Have a new supply ,of "Fighting symptoms for awhile but 'when the trtztaerf u att o2 the trccblareturns. j :, it

{ -.-:: Chance,' and all the September books. Then! the system being weakened ik at tLe an u theee firearmiaerals :- ;.i J.

Liii VERGER-CALKINS\ t the disease makes more rapid headw.jr ttsti Uiare. S. S. So .U tia f 'I} 0 .
.N WE031NG: IN BARNESVIULE. 7Iic Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Preparations Being Made for antidote for Contagious Blood Poison. It c nraa permetiesiSv JJM sestalaly r 't ; .

.. HARRY T. HOWLAND by going down into the blood and rezaorinp cswessge ?* ti..* *.na. n t .
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ru Pensacola friends of Dr. the,Event Which is to i
The many is free from all minerals and while jwirUyiny tVe Mood it Vuikij qu... CZtfrc I -
Mrs. will read with pleas-
- NttU ata Yerger Book system by itsfin*tonic efects. 8. SL S. deflroys ltbe
the following anoxncement of the Manager. De Luna Store Occur November 9. wesy f n fcfaon f,
or? and removes all danger of transaitttoy it to et1.Qq.. S. S. &. rj Con. } J
marriage of their accomplish-
Luna St.JPb.an9 1491. "I >
!apu De ,
a Daughter. :Miss Lucy. Dr. Yerger .4 tagious Blood Poison because it is a perfect Used: puj&tr. E(c4 viflj t :
*
LflJ
, tereral years ago, had charge of the 1t instructions for self treatment and any medical athelaet. t t
ft The Horse Show, 'whI h was postponed
N Presbyterian church; of this city and B'EAUTIFULCOiVIPLEXIONS.I on account of the hurricane Is . THE SWIFT SPEC/FM CO,ATLAKTA:? G& ;N! : .
both he and his charming family Ib f.
anti
again demanding attention and '
com ; i"
wte many sincere friends during
. ing to the front and the prospectsare I
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iiiN thr stay. '. that the event will be as big a Unsurpassed, Correctly Describes
most )
of
the. prominent the
Among success! : as it would have been had it '
sutmnn weddings was one that oc. ,,e) : Return this wi-h SO en* cent sumps> or occurred on the date first announced. Our RIBBONS and CARBONS : i :
crrrcd in Barnesville Wednesday afternoon. rt 25 one cent stamps with' the names andaddresses 'Withoutan exception it is stated In : .'.
; : of ladles and learn bow ( Quality,
'NrtJ at 5:30 o'clock, when MISs : twenty who entriesIn ;
those
anticipated
laicy the elder daughter of "Dr. and .'k s you to have live.a This lovely method natural I"color now as beln lost revealed as the show last month making, will have RIGHT 1 In Wearing Abilities, i :'j: :1''I

lira. Henry Sale Yerger was unitedto for the first! time to the.general entries on the & h. and In addition ( In Price.
ffJiii Hon. James Ernest Calkins, of public. There areno cosmetics, bleaches. several others are spoken of who may i J Iltre 1.Coe's 1..
other poisons In this.
face or
J Feiiandina, Pla.Tho.Presbyterlan. Pimples powder blackheads -and discoloration possibly..get their rigs and turnouts :Elook.. 1 : ;.i:l

church where the 'i disappear forever under this method. in that shape necessary to enter, by .
111iii Wemen and girls who- wish to be bautlful -< New Brent Building. Phone 235. .
I'jcereaeony was })performed was beauti-- will be taught the atmpto taw of ,the date of the big event ; .
''ful in its decorations of green''and beauty, and they will learn how the mostbeautffil The Interest hi the show just before
. 1 white great masses of green ferns women tI f Parts, guided and controlledbv the hurricane which caused thepoatgmerzAust
J JfU and trailing vineS encircling the deliIfat Master Gypsy and Greek minds, I JEWELER-1 U;
i .eJ4tk- appeared upon the scene, played the I' was at: great pitch J. F. DAVIS ,
madpn-halr! aiM asparagus fern, fame of life and carried everything before I and while the big storm caused all to ,

i from which peepe'd everywhere pro- _,-- S '. them with their. bright'eyes and Unrivalled ,lose) sight of the even, now that conditions Now In S. '

fU.N 'fjs'ons: of whiteroses.. 4 S U complexions.J. MOCKLEY. 1133 Broadway are becoming! more settled, New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St. ,
of formed the
Streamers green tulle New York. this Interest Is beginning to revive } ,
.NN aisles! through) ,whl h. the bridal party : .' and it is predicted that the city's !

passed.: TIn ushers wera )fro Cllfifcrd first effort at giving an exhibition of
Mr. BTount Mr. War. Miss Veraie Bogart Miss Irene Bras- '.,
rJ' I Curry Rsy this kind will be a* successful as U -- S
!iren ''Woodward*and Mr. Pen Turner. well Miss Rosa Me Nealr, Miss Butler, it had occurred on the date originally .
ciiiii After these cams' .Dr. Yerger father Miss Daisy Sange.Mis. Rosalie Pierce, announced. THE "I '
*of tire bride: and then down the right and Messrs Charlie Armstrong; I j: : ::

!asfe-came! the bride w.ith her sister George Pap, Willie Portless, and Mr. Phone No. 178 -'

'U's. Kathleen Yerger,-who :was maid Blown ,of Mobile; Mr. Stuart Mr.I t

ruN ,X honor. Prom"" the left, came the House Mr. Bankston. Is Now Working.Sol SEASON'S BEST '; ,

I firrocftnttth test man. Mr. Joseph ..:;t. Cahn & Co. }& ,' .
\Vhitsitt,'cf Savaiumh. Mrs. Alex Rosenaa /
and little son,
ciiI : The bride's costume wis a hand i Well are expected home next week Ipi, 'i'kL

aa some tailored st of dark preen iI from New Orleans where they have .
[broadcloth:her hat a becoming(}agG I been enjoying a pleasure visit with t McKINNONVlllE I J-\ f ;'
She held a
ebap1n lighter Bren. \ Mrs. Rosenan's sister. :
- {shorer bouquet of white roses. 'Her I ,.1Jt. MEN'S SHOES !
maidothonorVor. of white I ,
.
I} a gown
1IJ i Very-smart1 model for a street hat was also seen in a much.mq> dressy! The many friends' of. Miss -Llllie t.t :
[Chiffon, elaborately trimmed with Special 1 to The Journal
*, Mechlin lace and with a picture hat r for early fall wear the shape being hat which was of pale blua alt, trim Heintz learn with regret that she will McKlnnonvllle Oct 17.-Mrs. Wesley

from which two graceful white-plumes equally good, both in black and colors. med with a stiff pale blue aigrette at not visit Pensacola at present. Miss Pierce is very ill this week. : IfWe'Te

I feH"over the broad brim. The.model was of black satin finish the side in place of tha bird's breasts. Heintz was expected ,this week to be Mr. A. D. McKlftnon left Wednesdayfor as fine a showing of Men's Fall Shoes as evergraced : 1-
The bridal.party marched in to the French felt'the brim being sharply This aigrette was attached under a the'guest of the Misses Quina until! a few days' visit to nis.
J strains of Mendelssohn's wedding rolled- up from the face at the left single large white gardenia with buds after the Quina-WhiUng wedding. Mrs. Bryant Harris of MoIIno was a Shoe Store. \ :b f

n iTOarpb then tire organist Mrs. J. M. side. Under thus upturned brim, two and foliage, the top of the hat having ."' ;... \ a pleasant visitor here Wednesdaylast. + < '

I..- (Reeves, softly played Traumerei: duri -I' fluffy white birds? breasts were placed, the crown banded with pale blue satin I Mrs. Charlie Basics and 8iBte -fa- Don't wear uncertain Shoes when' you can get the best bY' I pi f

i lug thetlnipressiveceremony.. through whfchwere thrust two pins ribbon showing white ftowera'over Its law, Miss Emma ,Ranee of Warring Mr. Thomas PrIngle visited Molinc

I U !A very sweet' feature of 'the occasion with very latge,:round amber heads. surface.- Aigrettes wings breasts ton. have been In, Pensacola Tisltfng one day last week. coming here. Every Shoe store says I i 1:
Tras that the Girl's Club, of The rather righ, round crown was encircled coque feathers and plumes of all description -fpr a few days. Mr. Robt. McKlnnon returned Tuesday
: :folded band of white satin will be much used this fall .' .
which Miss Yefser was s\tch a popular by.a from-a visit to Pensacola. Men's :
:: I tcejn'ber.' sat in a body on the ribbon which -was formed into loops on hats of all descriptions and fancy Hilda the pretty little daughter ot Mr J, AlIen went. to Molino. Tues $3.00, $3.50, $4, $5 or $6 Shoes 'I ..
end ends falling over the Jiair in the quills will be in vogue for the more Mr. and Mr Dave
plred. three front. pEWs! of the church peloney, Is con day: ..
Little Miss Yerger h'as only been a resident back. Very much this" same shape severe shapes andfor children's hats., valesdng from 'an attack of typhoid Mr. G 'II. Larkin of" )Molino was a So do we, but our kind of Shoes are 9; ::

, andr of Baraesvllle a short while her fever. business caller. here last week. t ; .
, the father having been one of the most! I Mrs. A. A. Fleming was on the sick OH SO DIFFERENT. .
I prominent members of the Florida fut marriage service of the Episcopal Mrs. Dave Deloney, Mrs. VInce Fauna, Everybody.worka, es-eufather when list Fast wfeek. : q qlIt's
1 church was read. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Walker and Mr. the dessert Is"flavored with Blue
Rib- -
Presbytery before having been called<< Mr. G. A. Lynch of Enon was here the Shoes at the price that tells the j
Jre.death. to the Barnesvllle church, a few: years The bride's gown was a very becom- George, Hoffman. bon Lemon or Vanilla. Absolutelypuree Saturday. always story. K t .
creation,of white point de twice .
ing. fluffy goes as far and the "Blue -
1 ago, but in tbjs thne shj has: become Dr. R. G. Buckmaa, of Muscogee t
lalace 'a; general favorite. Her lovable? esprit, over'white satin her tulle veil PORTERMASSEYWEDDING Ribbon Flavor" Is perfection. .Ask waa called here professionally FrIday. Match us, if you can on Men's Shoes. f '
being fastened with a lovely sunburstof LAST NIGHT.Mr. for'the 23c size.MAGNIFICENT'. : :
osephevaa. J ,
tratfs and Bright genfal personal'tyhave Mr. J. W. Underwood of Enon was "'
'diamonds,the gift of the groom.3JIss t
pervaded tie: town's social circles James C. Porter and Miss Eunice DISPLAY a-caller here Tuesday.
maid of!
rters- ] and her departure frvn them Helen McCullagh D. Massey were married last OF Mr. A. D. McKlnnon and son Clifford -
Sam 'I will he most deeply regretted. She honor looked very pretty in a gown night at th()Baptist church'Rev T. M. Without doubt FIHE the MILLINERY handsomest were business callers In EnocSaturday. Boston Shoe '
muslin with
heart will also be missed In..miisicalc1rcles1 ',of white Paris' ,, .trimmed Calloway officiating.: Store II 4
satin ribbon and val lace. Miss Brux, opening .ever seen in Pensacola] Is ,
th 1-8 brilliant '
beiut a pianistSTr. j'" The wedding John and
the brld maid was also dressed iu was quite a surpriae'tothe that of the millinery department of Mr. Cunningham sister ;
jf the (Jilkins Isra rising; young, law- white and looked very sweet and friends of the young couple as they the Ready To. Wait Store. Hats Miss Tallle of Enon were pleasant :
morn.Jisa- yet! cf'Fernandlna, a' member of'thI had kept the date a secret and were that almost take one's breath callers here Monday. ;
.
1 eathsDeath "I coming Florida legislature one of the'most, and. I Is rapidly prominent be- j dainty.The bride carried a shower bouquetof night.married after prayer meeting last wjth! their exquisite lovllness away are Little ill last Minnie week.Lou Henderson was FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS. i: i

seen and the prices are amazingly very
white brides roses and the bridesmaid's '
men of-the state. 1lTe"'Js also captainof The bride looked very pretty In a low. Miss :Marie McQathrln is the Mr.'and Mrs. J. W. Crabtree of }IolIno. -
,3 age, the military company of that city, flowers were white carnations.The simple white dress with hat and visited Mrs. Crabtree's tj
i was 'besides being very popular socially. I friend of best the man groom was, who Mr.accompaniedhim Beech, a match. glovesto most ever had tasty and trimmer can fix up Pensacola the hat has you Mr.,and Mrs. A. A. Fleming parents several' \\1 S. Palafox Street Phone 690. it itt

four The! numerous handsome presents Miss Massey have dreamed 'all days last week.- I .,.
from his home in Montgomery. was originally from ?_ your life but .
'other received attest the.esteenvwtfh which Cottondale where her Little Elaine McKinnon. who has 'I \ '
Pendola parents now re-have never reaUy.found. ,
Mr of Mobile was grooms- k: !
; now tM fortunate coTOle' are ff> aided. side. She has been staying for some been 01 for the past week or two, Is FINE NOTICE '
id re- After a-short: triasthew1U be man. time with her sister Mrs. Z. A. ,Torments of' Tetter and Eczema Al now well again. The 1J'f 1'1LesterPiano

, HE) located 1n F'rn and fna. Fla. reception Immediately was ,.after given the at the ceremony home of a Thomas of this city. layed. Dr.Gulledge of Mobile spent the WELL DESERVEDThe t 'Ii

maiJ.ther's. South Reus Mr. Porter is from Alabama, having The Intense itching characteristicof past week here with a view to local
bride's 106
the parents,
IVUCOVICH-KEYNTON street. The jpresents were elegant made his home in Pensacola only a eczema tetter and like skin diseases ing. We trust Dr. Gulledge will be following very complimentary I'i'
1yanrov WEDNESDAYA short time ago. is instantly allayed by applyine favorably Impressed and will locate
!WEDDING consisting of silver and an array of Chamberlara'g Salve and notice recently appeared in "The Vehicle I f
;>l Mr. and Mrs. Porter will be at many severe here. MIdline Lilllai EnDS Blineli
BRILLIANT AFFAIR.Tb&'wedding.ofMlss cut glass calculated to gladden the )-
}
d had home at 1201 South Davis street. cases have been permanently cured Messrs. McKinnon Larkin &: Co.. Dealer" of Philadelphia under '

tho Mantha ,Katharine .heart of any young bride A present' .- by its use. For sale by all druggists. have about got their mill shed rebuilt, the head of: i The Eminent\ Soprano, I:
which
Mrs. Keynton values highly is Whose Fame as a prIma donna extend i
whenand Vucovlch and'Mr. Henry Hague one given to her I by the employees of Miss Molly and :Miss Celestine Brent Phone No. which was blown down by the recent A Flne Florida Repository. over. two continents. She Is beyond i 0:'
! !iKeynton, occurred ast night at S returned 178 storm. one of the most pop f'
the Forbes store, an elegant art Tuesday night from a. trip William Johnson & Son Inc., Pensa question ,
''Inger .o'clock al Christ Church Rev. P. H. square. to New York and Cincinnati., Is Now Working.Sol cola, Fla., are conducting one of the; ular of the singers world'ssweet ko 1 -
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d be fWbaley performing- ceremony. TheJiandsome I Another handsome present was a Cahn & Co. ANOTHER RACE finest repositories to be found anywhere : i' ,
Interior of Christ church The in the South. They carry the Telia why she prefers the Lester. Gives
the tasteful cut glass water set, presented tho Progress Club gave their usual WON BY JOHN A.Capt. conclusive evidence of the tonal .
looked b autff111-
- very yOung couple by Mr. Beeca. Wednesday night euchre party at the largest line of vehicles that Is carried ,beauty and superiority and of ; '
decorations of white and green. I I At 11 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Keyntonleft club rooms last night After the games Quality Counts-Use T. EL Welles the owner of in any house on the west Florida the durability of this famous ; I ,

Long before the appointed 'hour the for their wedding journey which were finished and the prizes won and LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. John A., the ''fast pacer that has so coast and are arranging a sales room high-grade piano. lif':. -

at1i. ..church waa filled with friends of the will include New Orleans; Mobile and distributed the evening was delight Pfelffer's Steam Bakery. far won every race he ha* enteredIn adjoining their hardware department n..ooklyZZT. July It, W5. .:, .
ia, i contracting les, anxious to catch a other southern cities. They will make fully finished with a dance straight: heats, carried off the honors to show an additional and full line Lester Piano Company,

yis |gllmpee of'the pretty bride who Is so their future home In Montgomery. *-'it. .. in the 2:18 pacing class! in Birmingham o.. sample styles of fine Jobs. It affords Philadelphia me great pleasure Pa. to add JI1J'I', .

:rryfor well known and popular. Miss Minnie Hanway Greenville JAMES KENDRICK Tuesday, and incidentally The firm has been In business in testimony to.the qualities of the Lester '
Promptly at 8 ojclock the wedding :Miss. made his best record on any track their present location twenty-six Piano. The tone is finer and has that .
mardi MR. AND MRS. WALKER'S arrived in Pensacola yesterday of remarkable singing quality. The action le
wasJb.red and thexbridal party but the business selling buggies -
'..y.eo.. afternoon and Is the guest of the that of 2:08: 3-4. years 'all that any artist could desire. I cheer-
.. appeared. They were met at the altar DOUBLE BIRTHDAY PARTY. Misses Quina, of MX' EXPIRES As is his' usual custom, the pacer carriages and wagons was es;. fully recommend It to anyone aa b lng a>
-. ''by Reverend Whaley and the beaut- corner Gregory and the In straight heats.' The taMished only eighteen years ayp. thnrouithly floe instrument. -
race
A double birthday party was given Baylen streets. won I remain
The founder of the business tie lateVpllia.m Wishing you every success -
yesterday afternoon at the'pretty s racing at Blnnineham: baq just opener himselfin Tours very truly.
-- established
- A number of young people all of the' horses which have been \ Johnson LILLIAN BLAUVELT.Thefollowlnglaallstofaf.woftb..
of Mr. and Mrs Willie Walker. gave a
home
; business in Milton Fla., forty ,
SON OF -
MR.
l.l1L.E! AND MRS. Nashville going to that >
... The event was in' honor of both the surprise party Tuesday night Mrs. racing at that house is still in .
"The Best Is What We Sell" host. and hostess'their birthdays oc- L. hAnd, being the one for:"whom> the JAS. R. NIX PASSES AWAY point and from there they will go to years existence.ago The and above company were recent purchasers of the Lester Plan .t',
surprise who recognise in it the standard of modern ,
was Intended. The Montgomery. ;.
curing on the same date. party met .
Incorporated In 1904; capital. $100 hlrh-rrade ptano construction '
i At half-past three o'clock the members -first at the residence of Mr. Pierce AFTER SHORT ILLNESS. -- 000. fully paid In, and are. managedby Philadelphia. Public Kindergarten (SS ':
ii of the Friday Afternoon Euchre and then went to Mrs. Llnd's, where'a : William R. Johnson' son of the pianos). New England Coasenratory ofBoston. .
.
\Ve have received enjoyable FOND OF PIES Mass. (IS pianos.) Broad Street .
very
Club of which Mrs. Walker is a member evening was spent 1 founder who is president, and U W. Conservatory of Philadelphia (10 planoe). o.

called in a body to help celebrate After a number games were PlaYed'l. James Kendrick ,Nix, the elxteen- But Had to Give Them Up. Morse of New York vicejresidentHEADACHES Birmingham SemlnalTs of Birmingham .. ,"
i I our ne\v the event and Mr .Walker being found.acc1dentally" I delicious refreshments were month- eI son; of Jfr. and Mrs.James eaten Pa. ( .W,1 04 drl Bo&ri of Education. .,
New England Trenton
Those who composed the Anyone who has AND NEURALGIA FROM Alfred Herts ..
". at home at this hour, party were: R. Nix died at the home of his par Wagnerian Director of Metropolitan Opera, .
knows how good they are. COLD$- .
Buckwheat was Invited to stay. Mr. George Hoff eats No. 107 Bast Gregory street pies Co.. of New Tork.ra.Q' Campanarl. Soloist.' .
that taste good LAXATIVE PROMO Quinine! the world ;
But some things Metropolitan t Co., of New Tork.LIUian .
4 o'clock
man also "happened" to come over to I yesterday morning at of Cold Pad Grip remedy '
don't always AMass, lady had wide remove BlauTtlt Contralto SoloiaC Robert
j Pancake Flour see Mr. Walker at this time and he! cholera infantum. agree. cause. Call for full cam* Look for ale- Tempest Solo Pianist. Prana KtvtJirtL .', '
was invited to stay also, with the The news of the 'taking away of to leave off pie, but found somethingfar nature E. W. Grove. 25e. Blue Ilia. 11*, Kmtsel Qarte e. Prof. f

1 Ralston's'Breakfast proviso that both gentlemen wait upon: Besides this pretty and bright baby was received writes better-: for her stomach. She Jerry The March Clutter Guard Music College.House tot PflUadDbI&years bare ,fr'
'
the ladies. .Mr. Hoffman was forthwith with sincere: regret by the chronic liver The HeoitMt twaia.He been the wfaelesale factory) agent fOr 1tb..e
81x or eight years ago
friends and acquaintancesof Justly ceiebratetf pUaoa-112 and 1M }-
Food he numerous
put at the pinch bowl. where
exaggerated by -What would do if I
1I trouble was greatly your father South Palafox street.
who for the 5'D 5'
served the ladies while they played its young parents, eating too much fat meat pastry and told him I wanted to marry rout. Sb.He'd .
j Hominy Grits cards. Mr. Walker" attended to the Tasting Goodcandy second time in, what seems but a "'
of which I
was very
score cards. short while have been called upon to particularly pies refer the matter to-me. H* r

I Cream of Wheat, The house wasvery prettily deco- I.mourn the loss of a beloved and only fond. (hopefully)-And what would yon do?
headaches. Dizziness nau-
"Severe
,
must
and possess -the child. She-I'd refer the matter to the young
rated with cut flowers -and ferns
and food, even fruit lay Particular
Oatmeal, the ladies after finishing an Interest- qualities of a really good I Little Kendrick as he was called. like sea followed lead in stomach accompaniedby man who proposed to ma and was accepted People'sLaundry
gave promise of so much life and my 'while you were trying to make
ing game of progressive euchre were
food if unbear
i it is'to t dull heavy pain almost
stand the > a
the time of liii
and to
Grape-Nuts, ready for the elegant luncheon awaiting I vitality was up able. I had peculiar 'spells'-flashes up your mlnd.-Bohem1111 MagazIne
test of fatal Illness such a healthy happy
them in the.dining room. a high-grade con- I could read ,
before my.sight
Shredded Wheat The color scheme was red and white fection.Nunnally's. 'baby that big sudden death came as of light rst would be In JL. LISt flkrt .,'p...... We ,
half a'oii.afldi11O invite
especially:
i and the dining room, from 'WhIch'thedaylight I a great blow to his grief-stricken parreats. Mr. T7te-Philt-Hore money What
visible.
Biscuit, had been excluded was light. Candy to "A feeling of lassltuae and confusion have you done with that dollar I gave the work of particular
could
ed with a number of'"electric lights, possesses the above I All that human power ,,do of Ideas made me even more miserable you last week Hn. T7t -Phiat- people-the more
i and other at- save the little one's life was done par- "
many shaded with\ red. The effect was very to In
change That's the
I finally'decided saviors bank but I can'tdraw
from
illness the
tributes. very
We bul'hls severe ticular the
J have"it they arc
charming, making the .beautifully-set moretheyappiecJateourwork
CEREALS.Rosenau : start showed that the hand of God food altogether and began on Grape- the interest on It till next Jan
table most .
attractive.The fresh all the time. '-was him. and that one more :Nuts" food which brought; me prompt uary. I want another dollar to ran

prizes for the highest scores at 'bright upon flower would soon be added to relief removed 'the dizziness, headache the house on in the:meantlma.. -Chka- We also du hotel work.
cards were won by Mrs. George Hoff-- I in paradise. confused feeling and put me on go T11bune. .

man a handsome gold pin: Mrs. Mary His garden funeral will take place from the road to health and happiness. It
( Gerelds I Ellen Levy a pretty belt and a half.I The I The Star
I dozen hemstitched handkerchiefs Sol Cahn I-the-family'resMeace! 107() East Gregory clears my head, strengthens both brain HU"What v..tvia.vi... Steam .:
; & Co.Th : at 3:30: o'clock this after and nerves.
; street did that old miser put down
Mrs. ,J. G. Vnl stra. blue satin .
THE : a pincushion. "Whenever I enter our grocers'store : !
H. will officiate -
FANCY GROCERS P. Whaley
Rev.
noon. when asked him tothechanitabletundt. Laundry
yoo to contribute
I Those who'attended.. Pure Food St!!._. ,.L' .and Kendrick will.b,placed be-' he:usually ea1ls. out six packages >: ,
116 SOUTH PALAfOX ST. party were: Southwest Comer Pilalei latendeada, sfde his little sister Marjorie, in .StJohn's of Grape-Nuts'-and he's nearly \ 37 E. GanUa St ,:
Miss :Mary Ellen :Levy.. Mrs. George cemetery.Tie always right" Name given by Poatum ."His foot"Baltimore American. PAo 114P ;

Hoffman. Mrs. C. D. Beyers Mrs. M.; { : : pallbearers will be Henry Co., Battle Creek.. Mich There's a .n*,ooJ ru. '
Phone 39 J P.: Bonifay )Irs./Chas. Rupert Mrs. J' PhonesJI5 White. tVUl'A, BelL, Cb ffee. Hallmarkand reason." Road the famous booklet. To:wait and be patient soothes wtffj Sr

G. Ynlestra, Mrs. -Wflli Ferguson L. .R cbles.i I The Road to Welrrnie," In pkgs. a pan. .Dutch ProTer'b.f .* ,







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ElEGANT HOMES I' $J50G AG}) 1 1I For< > Safic I| REAL- ESTATE I 4S


I PANAMA CITY I _- $500 :
k! Desirable lot on. East .HIll,'80 feet front by 13/2 feet deep. 4
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BUYS SIX -
t FOR SALE IRean Estate t $950 I

: Two cottages on northwest corner of "B" and West Jackson streets i 1
'IT lm
TENEMeNTHOlJSES mediate sale. .


: FLORIDA I Ii $1200-5rooms* East Strong street.. Good. I $2500 i Desirable building lot on North $1000, 75x150. feet. J S SHill *

I. for small family. S
cottage'on
J I will East buy Jackson a splendid street with 7-room reception hall, t $1500 *

$4750-Elegant North th1L$25oo6.rooms 6-room. 'modern home on ....... good roomy gallery; southern exposure, Desirable. hood. one-story cottage on, East Gadsden street, splendid neighbor t
60x150: modern conveniences. x 4
,... tot ; :
I block from-Confederate I $1750' SS
F RAILWAY TERMINAL. ii monument; bath gas. electric x
i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. | Alcanlz Eleventh or : :
connection, etc. on and Ten lots' on North Bayl fl .street, splendid investment.
Lee street thiee and four : $5250 tTwostory
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1 $4200-7 rooms North AJcaniz corner rooms andhall, back and $: $130.0 SS
i ANDREWS BAY Cervantes, 90 feet front by 125 Dwelling containing 7 North Davis
ON BEAUTIFUL ST. rented at home on North : room on street. J
t feet deep; gas, Bath, etc." '. front galleries: ;.;all win buy a: very' desirable hall. gal- t '
$1.50 each a week. Would Hill; 6- rooms large reception $3350 *
V $35CO 10 rooms, East lery facing: the south; closets to all bedrooms S
-Methodist Gadsden. mea cost more to build houses butler's pantry. china closet; all T Six cottages on'southeast corner of "A" and LaRua streets,'splendid rent. +
I : church ;bath, gas and
Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill ma- | everything modern., "* and presents to someone a fine opportunity with a- modern conveniences.. J enL $4000 4 t


1 | .chinery here. Cement Block Works here. '1200-foot | thousand dollars by buying If yoii'have anything sen list your : Block. No.'240 New City tract, very desirable, on 16th Avenue S

Wharf built.. Bank and 'Store buildings : them all together.and selling propertywith us for quick and satisfactory 20 lots; each about 4Ox132'/2 feet. containing 4
Wagon : Is Your Home them separately. r'esmlts.L .

r |, going: up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :; ,- .$4000 :
T Desirable lot northeast of Garden
on corner and DeVilliers
I | the city. 1I H1l11stUlred! ? ItiIUJRRY I .i closed. and has good stone walk lot 120 feet on Garden by streets 139 feet en.on *i

I, : S. Brown & Co .T DeVilliers. A genuine bargain. :


I )1 I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR i j jo first-class If represent not, have them companies.it ,.covered We in ..XMcDAVIDDYER "VIE SEll LOTS." ,, I HOOTON & WATSON i iI S:4S 'ccC



+ Phone:918. Thiesen Building THE RENTAL AGENTS," iiY

CO. :
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Write See <<
t.. or | : Real Estate. Insurance and Loans C

LESLIE E. BROOKSReal Agents ,New York :
f. FOR
I I Uf. Insurance Company. SALE 4 II
THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY II
I I 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. I No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. t
Estate BUILDING MATERIAL of all grades and
I Phone 700. Pensacola: Fla I : kinds go Dg'.. fast. Dressed lumber at .........."..." '..............0......... +.........:
....................... .................. ........ and Insurance; $13 and up. Rough at $10 and up. Phone I _
your order to Joel Frater 31Q Baylen
street-whfwho can fill :your order at

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. once.f, ISoctlw
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LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD
HELP WANTED. WANTED. COMPANY.
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t A BARGAIN. FOR IMMEDIATE SALEA -
#-- comfortable .one-story cottage with Through :and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
jW AI."TED-A good collector and sales WANTED six-room cottage to rent; TH E'STO RM five rooms, southern exposure on electric
man. Salary and commission. Good willing to pay $:25 and willing to take car line on East Jackson street, J1300.00. READ DOWN READ UP
opening and advancement for a hustler. two years'. lease. Address Box 84. City. WRECKING BARGE!! Hooton & Watson,.Leading Real Estate Trains Nos... TraIns No..
Apply by letter. giving references. to P. l8octlwWANTEDA I Agents. 17oct5t 2 4 3 ;

O. Box :93. Pensacola.isnrtit* Has not affected the values of Real llOipinIlISam .....:,...!........ .................. 6oam.( :
FOR SALE house, corner Of : :
of desires -Lodging 6:30am .
lady experience 6:20pm .
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.WANTED-An office boy who ,can read position as stenographer; is accustomed SALVOR Estate in this city $1.00. The buildings I| Palafox and Main -streets known asDunn's" 11:45am\ 9IOpm}' Alr:::::::::::::::: i :: :::::::::::::::: v ( 4:20pm 3:3pmt: I.t: _

and write. Apply in own handwritingto to office work. and does neat accurate and wharves'that destroyed Lodging House. An established 75pmI3:11am_ ............ ....... .................. S:4.am-:

116 care The Journal. 16oct.WANTED work. Address "E. L.," General .1 will be replaced by more substantial business investment; everything for the right: complete H.; a Muller good, 3:00pm 3.37a.m ................... .................. : 8lia FT_
man. 1
-A cook particulars, can I Delivery, Evergreen Ala. ISoctlw' buildings. Pensacola has before it 400 S. Palafox. 16oct :25am 8.15at1) Ar..................Evansville..................Lv 3:00am t:.:
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at 14 East Government street. 16oct2w W.A. Second-hand roller-top desk; FOR SALE. PRICE REASONABLE.. the brightest fall of its future.. I haven 7:40am_ :10pm_ .................. .................. 1:45pm_ J:::;.."

t must be in good condition. Apply to S. I{ FOR SALE-One horse and wagon, 2 7::Opml 37am ................... ..............Ar aBaiiitl-E: :,
:WANTED- -Carpenters wanted. Apply A. Friedman. ISoctlw I ade arrangements to take all the 1\ buggies., fine cow, seven head of hogs 2:10am.. 8:30am .................. .................. 12:4iiam ,::r'PD i I
Goulding Fertilizer Company. Uoct 170 schooner propertyoffered below its market: 3 dozen chickens. gentleman's saddle and 1:20am ]!:OOn'n_ .... ............. _... .Lv _1I.00pm S.f\\, \
WANTED-Position. as grocery salesman gross tons,, value. If you are afraid of Pensacola 2 sets of harness. Apply to Mrs. C. L.
;WANTED-Nurse who will live on the stationary or on the road. Ten Wilkerson near Kupfrian's Park. BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS
f rigged Sheathed with yellow Real Estate bring it to me. I will buyit
premises. Apply to Mrs. Sam Rosenau.r !! years experience In general merchandise 14octlw -
corner 12th avauue and 13th, street. and commissary -work. Best of ref from you.Some ,6&7 2&3 4&1 .. -3&2 1 &: .
Uoctlw erences. Address "Salesman," care The metal, equipped with anchors FOR SALE-Boat suitable for freight, 7OOam'1IO5pm' 11:55am .......... .......... i-OOamj 4OOpmT 6P-prn:;" :
: Journal. 17octl6t boilers Money In These; passengers or towing. Length 66 feet*. 10:45am" :5iiam 4:12pm Ar............Mobile..Lv: 12:40am llSSan-ij ; ;: ::
:WANTED-Gooaboy. strong and steady hoisting engine beam 18 feet. draught 4 feet, tonnage 29 6OOpm 1iam 8:1i! mAr. ... .. NewOrlean .. .Lv 4I5pm\........ _. :p ao:.
to work la press room. Apply Journal WANTED-Situation as grocery sales- steel hawsers A quarter block (5 lots) cor 12th' tons. net. Power two 2& horse-power
press room aftef 8 p. m. man; twenty years' experience. Address wrecking pumps, street and ISta avenue overlookingthe Murray & Tregurtha gas engines. Lauched FLOMATON-. PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.

TED-FtnIt-c1ass carriage black- "Grocer" care JournaL 16octlw cable chains ,and suction -. Bayou. one of the highest pointsin December in state 1905.for $5,500.Will J.deliver M. Rowley.anywhere 21 i I J 1 I j 3 I' Trains do not stop at stations 2 _I 4 l 1 -11

smith and woodworker. Good positionfor A1I."TED-We want 100 bright young New City, two blocks from car line West PaJmbeachr 7oct2w Daily Daily Dally Daily where no time is shown I DaUyJ DaiIYIDaUy\:',
Address
right maa. Address. :John G. Welsh men and women to enroll with us and pipes. Jacksonville very cheap at $1100.A I I...... 4:55 2:30 2.501 .......... .......... I:4 Iii' 8:!
1 I,Carriage_ _Worte: Pensacola._Fla.. ____9octI qualify for the many business positionswe Towhtg and Wrecking :: block 300 feet 'front on Bayou SECOND-HAND SAFE for sale used ...... 5:00 %:33 %:Siil ..........,...Century............ .1:40 11, 81.! .....
WANTED A competent nurse. 701 North are called upon to filL We have dozens only one year. Address P. O. Box 492. ...... 5:07 %:41. .3:051 ......,..Blu1t SprIngs .......... ..12:33, 1:15 8:15......... \
t| Palafox St 7oct of calls every month that we are Co. Jacksonville Fla.MISCELLANEOUS.. Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't W. S. Hooton% E. Intendencia. Toct ...... 5:17 'r.iil .3:201. ............McDavid ........-... '. : 1:0 8lGj. ....
I unable to filL Terms easy. Day and J touched'by the water and not a singletree ...... 6:30 1:04 .........Pine Barren........... .. 12:25 7:55------
f THE PUBLISHERS of Good Housekeeping night classes. Pensacola Business College. __ blown down. One. of the FOR' SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mahlen ...... 5:39 3:13 '3.5/; / ..............1Iollno ............. '1:1.12:4:1: 7:47 .....
prettiest ...... -ii:43 ..r.... .4:04 ........... .
Magazine want Telephone 900 or 1037. 14octlw & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. : .Qulntette............ 12:34 .1:39.... .
both local and to traveL repl't'They entatl9'es.1 t ,sites for a residenceand, the safest A bargain. Piano can be seen ...... .5:53 ..3:264:11: ...........COttage Hill.......... 'I1U ..1:2:34........
liberal commissions and also! give large WANTED-Board with private family on In the city of Pensacola, 5000.. by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. Soct. ...... -5:57 311 .4:1ii ...........Cantonement.......... .11:4 16 1:31.......
cash prises. For terms write giving East, or North Hill by laJy of refine- ...... .6:01 .3:34 .4:23 ....... .....Gon alez............ ..11:3;) .12:21 .,: .....
reference to Good Housekeeping. I I ment. Telephone 900. Hoctlw TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit I Wanted FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Fuml- ...... '-6:03 .3:3& .4:2ii. .............Roberts..:........... .lI:33"12:19 .,::61'.......
Agency Dept. Springfield Mass. 6oct2w trees of all kinds; also s.hDgjat: !:. ture business at 138 E. Intendencia St. ...... ..6:15 .3:45 .4:40.. ........ ......OI1'.e.............: .11:22 .12:09 ..7:15.S1 .. ....
A1I."TED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay furnished terms to and suit planted customers.by Best ;IOn I A house in good n neighborhood and Address Box 325 CIty.AUTOMOBILESell 2oct ...... .3:51 ..4:48: .. _.............Brent.: ......,..:_ .l1.lsI'l2o4, : \_.....

WANTED-With hustlu- sober references men to represent fifteen good thePlanters' I I of 15c.wines dozen.beers I handle and whiskies all leading and brands still nces. Address S. D. Jackson, City.refers..'' near business district for about or trade; nearly :::::: _6:25.; _.l:Q.t t 4H.Goulding:i: :::::::::..; 5.'Illl'IzoI 11:05 i!; 11:55 !7:00icTi ; ... .:.:.

$3,000. new and in good condition win sell ---
Live Stock Insurance CX>. of manufacture that well-estabhshrd cough or :
ThomasvlHe Ga, For particulars Address I medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand 1octlm'I List trade for a good horse. Address J. C. PM I I .' ':
WAGON AND CARRIAGE 'I j your property with me for sale. Brashears Milton, Fla. 6octlm I I I 1 AM i
G. I Government Sts. lloct 1
Pierre Russell. Tallahassee. Fla. Reference '
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are now in our new quarters 'Soo..7 ....
: O Lv. ....Pensacola..Ar :. ...... .
Capital City Bank.2C Sept.Tallahassee.F1a. Imo. SMALL HOUSE or cottage by reliable Intendencia, and prepared to do everything -- j FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling S. 5:20.-: ....." S. '1:13 ............BohemIa............. 110 ......"..'.''.'....... .1(1 11( t t'
I I I tenants. Address 222 West Cervantes in wagon and carriage building and 1 excellent location near Ice factory) 5:22... ........ 1:15 ...........Gull Point........... ..10:33...... ..... '11):;. 1><
WANTED-At once white nurse for street. $oct repairing. E. L. Herring City. 14oct|I J. W. Bullock Jr. good trade. large lot good water reasonable 6:5: ....... ...... .... .. ............Yniestra............ ..... ..... ...... .IO'S!)
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. terms. at Marianna. Fla. AddressW. S $:%9 ...... ...... '1:18. .............Escam1)ia.......,.._. f-
ChU-j'I MUSIC-Miss Cawthon's Studio.. 3861! E. Taylor Chipley Fla. lOoctlm S 5:40...... ... .. 15 .............ltlula&............;. .10:28.-. .... ...... "' '
WANTED-A! on'>e, several A1I."TED-Ftrst.class hat cleaning. Old Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special i S 5:45 ...... ;
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boys. Apply at this office. hats made new. Cleaning, pressing attention given to correct breathing and |j jplacement. Real Estate and Mortgage Loans FOR SALE-Two large S :; ...... .Harp.. ... ... .. .... ..'.111. ;_
refrigerators. ..
Apply City. .... ... ... 'iiS
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and blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. Miss Beatrice White takes' Cor. to The Lewis Bear Co. : ....... .llilton............. 10:19.
Government DeLuna Sts. 6oct .... .. I:' .
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Panamas
--- $0cr Straws! 25c; Felt. 35c; pupils! in primary piano elocution and I Idramatic : ....... .. .,

BOARD AND ROOMS.TWO dencia Derbys,street 25c. Victor.AU come Louis.in.100 E.6octlm Inten thon; 810 art.Miss' White.Phone 1284. .Miss Caw-14oct Box 173. Phone 637 FOR S.1LE-Fine well grown Barred S S : ............. -
Cockerels. March
Rock andprll ; Itange..I.. .
.. hatches., $1.00 to J2.00 hens, ...... .
nicely furnished front rooms for WANTED-AH owners or poultry to TARRANCE & ADAIR. Livery, De- ; last year's C ... .. : "
breeders, $l.Oh each. Mrs. ,
gentlemen] privilege of bath and phone: know, that we are agents for the cele- Funiak; single or double teams nightor I Lizzie E. : er .
to East brated Hughes.Chipley Fla. 27septlm S 7:26........ Head.......... ; .'
line Conkey's
convenient Hill car ; fine lo- Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed day; new rigs good service politt, .
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cation. Address "Landlord," care The to cure rape coolers, )gape and to drivers. Give-us a trial. .hone 59. I Sprin s....... .8:33..1'.. (
Journal iioctiw'TWO kill fleas lice and mites. Also their 6octlm1 FOR 5ALE-10.000 acres round timber S ....... .............. 1:4: ,.... .. ..... ':
I wonderful egg producer F. S. Mellen & : For Sale land. 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill ...... DeLeon......... .7:29....... ..... _.
connecting rooms furnished suitablefor Co. Phone No. 334. 18apr.I DRAWINGS-Of all kinds Hull Engine, 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several 10:12......... .. ............ .. 7:11............... Ii ,'
light houseket'plng -excellent neighborhood Patent Office. machine and misc. madeat I good farms and town properties. 10:2% ...... ............ :"
near business; district. Apply WANTED-At once a four or five-room reasonable rates. Patentable ideM de-; Write Gentry & Setterlind, Chipley Fla.23sept. 10:45... ...... .Bonifay............ (, _'
phone MX ISoctlw I cottage. Must be close In and in good eioped. Sail boats. launches. AddressW. 11:1% ...... ............. .. I
neighborhood. Address 123. Care Jour- C. McGowan. Pensacola, Fla., 9septlm Cash or on Installment I' 11:29.. ..... .... .... .7:12.-. -i -
ROOMS AND BOARD for 3.50 per week j I nal. 25sep PANAMA Journal CANAL EDITION of The 11:43... ...... dale........... 4 !

200 Good c West eating.Romans Apply :Mrs.'Laura 17oct2w Gomez, :'.I R.. CRITTENDEN wishes to communicate I MATTRESSES furnished if RENOVATED desired. Guarantee-New tick Plan : magazine, containing magnificently scores of illustrated views of In: :::::: :::::: $. :: ::::::: Cyprecs.:::::::::::: .. ..:::::: ::::::' ; .

with .hIs brother. F. M. Crit- Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave the city and harbor. For sale rot all .1:55...... Ridge.......... .............. .
ROOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of I I tenden, who was last beard of in Florida orders at Watson. Parker. & Reese Co.'a book stores or at The Journal office. By 1:13....... .Sn ads............. 51 ...... ..... .. :.1\
light housekeeping; use of bath and about a years ago. Any one having i sept mall, 20-.cents. Ilsept: 1:30.. ...... JulK'tion......_ 5:10.......... .... -
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson I heard of :Mr. Crittenden would do a favor .10:60.. ..... '=_... Lv .1 '
& CO. Artesian SALE
or phone U .1. lloctlm by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at F. J. WHITE mills -and wen drill- 300000. FOR -A pottery works with steam All :__. I I SO5.4:\!
Building No. 47. U. S. Navy Yard.itseptim'. ers forsaw turpentine stillS engine: steam drying room moulds, -
FOR RENT Two unftimished I especially. Geneva, Ala.. and GracevUle. and everything complete for carrying on Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between Panescola -
rooms. "la. Prepared to put wells from 4 to 12 business together with the finest bed of and Jacksonville via'Rlver Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
Can or address I. A. BUlingsley. Ii.}. TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. inches diameter and from 100) to icon feet for 212 \Vest Wright street, pottery clay In Escambla county. Located '
Government street. 16oct2w Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. 12jneJm right in the city. Apply to or address .Tra.1S stop on signal.
ii FIRST-CLASS rooms and board by day on short notice. NO. 11$4 Went '''a very desirable 8-room and R. P. Reese. Ifiseptf
week or month at 22 East Garden. Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. iit. PORTER, sallmaker 716 South', .
street. Orders taken for hall residence with large lot. FOR SALE Nice
: I3oct2w Palafox tents. -- home good location for of trains. The 9:00
WANTED-A.. R. BIngham wants your awnings. camp stools and. house cots. chicken farm. Enquire Chas. Lorange. FOR RENT. doled departure a. m
I lIght.
train :
t PLEAS ANT HOMELDXE( PLACE to moving and hauling. He guarantees i etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan 1912 West Jackson St. lOoctlSC Sunday may carry perishai. .
board on North Hill second door from an breakage. Phone 630. $1200.00 freight under some circumstances by p-: -
UneFor FOR RENT-Some nice stores .on East I I cial permissionElectric car will o><
car particulars address No. S SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlntle Oerting j FOR SALE-Good mowing machine 5 ft.
Government street; cheap rent.. The freight or packages of am 1f'-
East Strong. ole''12octlm : WANTED-Carriages repaired and re & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers -.. out; one ten ft. self dump all steel Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly soription.carry except medicine urgently ittfled. :-
[TWO FURNISHED or unfnrnlsned rooms painted; floats built to order; horse and grocers. Only first-class house j for 2 houses on the southeast hay rake; one 2-section all steel harrow; Shippers are requested to bear t t.., -*
I for rent for light housekeeping.) Phone : shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Cai of kind in city. Fair prices to all. .1 of and De Vif- two hot blast heating stoves, burn coal FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage regulation In mind that inconvenience
11102, or apply room 3. 204tt South Pala riagc Co. corner. Strong or wood; one tank force pump, capacity room for rent suitable for furnitureor may not he caused.

fox. _ _ lloct : CARRIAGES Floats built repaired to order. arrepainted.Horse shoeing.*I liers Sts. renting for $13'a 1 bbl. per minute; one Aennotor wind mill: other goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona Thos* freight regulations subjer-t to
\VED-Tbe Merchants Transfer Co. street.. Phone 639 '" .
out notice.
','FOR RE "T-one or twO'lMwly fu sih J'' specialty. J. \\. Welsh Carriage Com one twenty.inch foot power tinner's change 1\ :
front rooms; southern e xpossr with "wants your moving and hauling. AJ a 27febMILTON month. shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine Any fur'-er information regarding pas-
privilege of phone. So. L. Locatlo1 breakage guarantees T. .B. Thors, pany. double barrel hammerless shot gun; Marlin had by appiying to the general ofhr of
Lf .-desirable and near business renter, 422 Proprietor. Phono 978. UPHOLSTERING: SHOP::Willie -! I repeating rifle 32-calbre. G. 'E. Bard- P NSACOLA.ELECTRIC COMPANY the company.
I 'W. Gregory. shar. Bluff Springs Fla. 26 Passengers are earnestly requested to
:21septlm: Furniture Sept 1m25c
WANTED-AH kinds of electrical work.I :Mims. Proprietor. repairing Money to loan at lowest tmarket rate promptly report to the general offic anT
FOR RENT-Rooms cheap real sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand of all kinds carpets laid furniture -I of interest. _
; newly PURCHASES the receipt for inattention to duty or discourtesy on
the
dean furnished rooms suitab'e for other electrical supplies. When you packed for shipping. Phone 63-: Mortgages on real estate In this city of cosmetics. Box 336, City. finest Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam the part of employees and to mak. *pe.
need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake Next to Tampa landing. 22april bought and sold. I
light housekeeping tha hilL Location Train Electric cine criticisms of service.
,, high and healthy. Close to car line. I New Star Laundry Bid:. E. Garden. 1 I All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" 2lsaptirno' and : :Car Schedule I JOHN W LEADLHY
MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE-1! street forsale.. I EffectiveVune". 19,1906. I
kfrtvilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. now SALE-A barroom and -
FOR all Manager
Strong. Phone 1213. WANTED-Seoond-hand:; sacks of all descriptions Mattresses made to order; old ones fixtures; BETWEEN PENSACOLA BIG I
lOaug wanted. If out of town ship renovated. New ticks furnished. Sec.. I pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine AND
them to us: if in town, ring us up at No ond hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering I Joc tion. At a bargain if sold at once. .BAYOU.Lv. .
i. r 334. or bring them to us!! at corn* of and repairing done. 114 E. I Address box 103. City. 23-iep t Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou. GA. FLA. & ALA. RY.
: S. city. Phone 77L Davis 6 a.m. >9:00 PpC:29 a.m 10.30 p.m. ,
EDUCATIONAL. Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. Mellen & Belmont St.
.
Fisher Real
---_ Co. 2Siul: : Mfg. Co., C. T. Da rig Mgr. Estate Agency FOR SALE-Four good schooners suitable 7 a.ra10:00 p.m.. 7:30 'a.m11:30 p.m. CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE
>s '
.for lake sound and river. Ad- 8 a.m. 11:00 p.m. ':30 a.nru
,, IIRs. IOLA BARTON MASON will open --- H ALF1.lAK-T1n, Copper and Sheet COLLECTION OF RENTS A dress 'M." care JournaL 21aug 9 a.m. ':30 a.m. Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta
a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights 10 a-m. 10:30'1Lm..
-. ctcber 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- BARBER SHOPS. a specialty; roofing, guttering and SPECIAL TV. FOR SALE CHEAP O nice clean 11 a-m. 11:30'a-m. Ga.
rftnls or Typewriter, Ex<3iange. 313building. repairing. 315 South: Palafox St. Phone' syrup barrels. Apply to Vucovich Cooperage 12 noon1230 pnu ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT
prent 2ocUm MILTON-When vlJitlng here have your 1316. 2junelm Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St Co, DeLuna street. ISoctlw : 1 p.nu ,l'.3tr p.m. to
tonsorial work done by Ira Mims, WillIng i t p.m. 2:40 p.m. _
laSS GEORGIA SENPIBA. graduate of street, opposite jail. Clothes and 3 p.m. 3.39 p.m. Southwest Georgia and West
Knox CoUege Illinois and Ferris hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient 3:40 p.m. 4:00 p.m. -
Kindergarten College Mich. will open to hotels. Phone 63. 26aug 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Florida.
Kindergarten and Primary School. October 4.20 .
a p.m.5.00
P.IB.
L at her home. S12 llth street. WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. 5:00 p.m.- 5.22 p.m. vu

'zerms.$3.ooper: month sep1m'; (.33 p.m. 6.00 p.m. Steamer Lines, Carrabelle,
MONEY TO LOAN.WE 600pm. ':10 p.nu;:
6.90 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Fla.GA.FLA.&ALA.RY..

LOST. have a,few thousand dollars whichwe Send it to The Journal office day or night.. When you need help have anything '7:00:.3t: p.m.p.m. 8:00 7.30: p.m.p.m. and
can place on good security at 7 andS S-00 9:30 .
p.m.
p s-LOST-8Wp boat marked *-Ioach VI" Leading per cent.Real Consult Estate Hooton and &Insurance Watson, to sell rent, exchange.-or wish to purchase anything, try a. want ad They do the Saturday only. p.m. Low rates quick service. to Tallahassee

of Kungsbacka. In stern; was lost from I Agents. 17octt; and Qulney Fla., BainbrIdge, Arlington
ship Saturday alght 13th work. BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND FORT
.lOBMldeimy ;. and Cuthbert Ca.
October. 1906. Reward for return to B. MONET LOANED on real estate and .. BARRANCAS. For Rates and Information write to
Master Swed. bark "NoachvL" .Lv. Pensacola. Lv. Fort Barrancas.
personal short
Andersen property on notice.
7:13; a.m. 8:00 H. McWILLIAMS .
16oct a.m. J. ,
: Terms easy. J.. W, Bullard, :8Y. South 9.SO
a.m. lla.m.
t Palafox St. Phone 1144.I Q .F. & P. A., Balnbridge Ga.
LOST-Brown Collar Fur. Lost on 11:00 Lm.- 12:15 p.m..
ORDINARY' ORDS.MAKE ONE
SIX
Tarragona street, between 31 E. Gregory CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at ejgh LINE. 12:50 p.m. J.OO p.m.

t and Wright streets. Reward for return per cent. If you have any that you 3:50 p.m. 6:1' p.m. and
to S2 E. Gregory etneL Itoctlw vant interest on. see me about It. It .- 8-30 6:20 p.m.' 7:0 p.m. Pensacola. St Andrews

will be absolutely I safe on real estate ;' .. a : p.m. tOO p.m.. Co.
security. LeslU B. Brooks. Phone 4&i ; ,; ', Steam Saturday train only. Gulf Steamship
r leaving Pensacola
at
7:15
HOTELS. a. m.. will stop between Pensacola STEAMER TARPON.W. .
.. MONEY money TO fiom LOAN Jno.Everybody A. Hall & Co.borrows, 144 : > : : '.' Bi.g Bayou only to take on passengers and for FIRST-CLASS. G. BA' ''l 1b. her.A."D
:
; BROWN HOUSE-DeFniWIl Sprtnm. E. Government St. When In need call '. ', i- points leaving beyond Fort Barrancas Big Bayou.at .5:1t Stem train, FREIGHT SERVICE.
Good beds airy rooms. eAglct weals; on us. : p. nx -Bet..een-
will top between Big Bayou and Pensa- MOBILE. APALACHICCXUA.
bath and sample roonul. Special PENSACOLA.
free cola only to put-off
kUentlon to traveling m.n. Rates.$2.Ot) MONET. 1XJAKED on ,aD kinds of personal f. .' yond Big Bayou. Other passengers steam trains frtm will be. CARHABEU-E. ST. .AN
: Eer day. J. R. Brown. Prop. property on short notice. Terms make all.stop Each electric DREWS. MILLVILLE.And Car
I. car makes St. Andrews Bay
all on
point
easy. 3. B. Oray& Co. 2 w. Romana. I all stops. .
_
SOUTHERN &n IHST rabelle and Apaiachlcola.
.- fcOTEL Open the'; phone Ifeb .' The above schedule and regulations SCHEDULE.
year. American and .European plan. I subject to change without notice. 1:30 15..
: Leaves Pensacola Sunday P.
.
\ Special summer rates. First-class in UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon .
Local
.
"Very.respec't.. Pieasant and conven- all kinds of personal property. Special .. Freight Regulation for Mobile. Ala.. .
--C ient. Mr*. L. Bowen ProP.. Pensa- rates to business, men on large train Freight will shipped be received by .the 7) a. m. Leave Pensacola Tuesday Apalacblcola.8:30 P-
only for
Mlllvllle.
point for St. Andrews.
Icola, Fla. ISapr loans. The New York Loan Co., 204
beyond Big Bayou and w&l not be received Carrabelle and Intermediate polnUFor

t BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European South Palafox. RaiDs-The rate on a ;Want ad.filling the above space.fs 25 cents first insertion Week Day later trains than 7:05 leaving a, m.Penacola,All other not additional Information J. R. SAUNDERS"plf tl
PEBLEY.-Real Estate and Loans. .
'- plan. Rooms light and clean.Transient THOS President'
trade solicited. 575-579 South Up-atalrs. corner Palafox and Romana for each coditiorial- scutfre i ihsertion. -: Send later than 3:50: p. m., carry freight for E .R. COBB. .":
day ash
with
and 5 cents a the ad any point but freight will not be received General Frt. and Pus. Agt. r
: Vilafox. 1'>> S. Ntcolau. Prop. Sta. 4 >.. 12septUn later than 20 minutes before ache- acola. Fla.
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'- -- :, _.---:;>? _- _?-, 'THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, :Y tSriA; MORNING, OCTOBER' "18 i 19 06. PAGE SEVEN:! .;' '

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WORLD 6BEATlYINJURE / T t.y..C1 .s- SHIPP INC' NEW .. i ilWitcher DIRECTORY e[ '-, ff.!: j

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.. ,, i 'i :- HOCJ e 1fi a1 -- Zemurray & Ct oe; | PROFESSIONAL. : i ,

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ie' THIS -- Acacia, Br ss.:Thomas. 1848 Buenos 9' I.o YATES.- ; >
0O 0v 1' 'woRN room ,, I Ayres.to Gulf Transit Co. Commission! Brokers.: Y G. D l' I.'I I.'I'T

at7 OCIAH .*. started all rightand Alicia, Br ss, Ingram{ 1318, Ham j\ t
TO burg to John A. Menitt & Co. Optician. i 1 f
. .OCEAlT luck y for Jack it ended all rfyAt"All 1 I
. account of Vulcanite too.:: August Belmont, nr as, Clarke, Pensacola ... New Orleans i '
. STATE on 2967, Newcastle on Tyne to Gulf y and.. 306 Thiesen Building.Frederick J i.
. i II W. IntendencU._ 820 Common. f l
.
. d "Vulca>tiite" Transit Co.Amltnister. Br ss, Spink 1231. Ha : i : !

: Roofing wane. to master. Ausfeld. F. M. BlounU : ''4 i f i- ,

. r t'P.l f is the only roof covering that makes ; Benedict, Br SS, Roberts, 1758, ; ; Cotton fbought Stocks, Grain Provisions, | AUSFIELD & BLOUNT "J' f,x fArchitects

T ,. economical building possible. It Kingston to S. P. Shotter Co ; ,
.pa aneTtold
. ; Tarpon Springs Man Gives on margin or for investment. t .}
: Degama. Br ss, Keene, %2245 New : t'ft :f'
. t a roof noose that not only ; 312-314 Brent Bid{
puts on your a- 43 Motes Bid*, -11 > "

. j His Views on Annexation costs a trtfle, but -Orleans. O to Saltmarsh A.A.. Brown, Br& ss Co. Rogers, Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery. Alb f.- t";I' 1
0 .: 1 Ian ? : E. Out-of-Town Orders Given Special' Attention. to I I
It
. makes "ft) it looks,lasts and 2319, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. A. BORMANS L
. WM.
. : : of Cuba.In a start is better than all Euterpe, Br ss.- Wale. 2298, Las -
.' I others. Palmes to Gulf Transit Co. Direct Private Wires. Telephone 1173. I Architect and Superintendent 't+, _I {t.

. Ida, Aust ss, Hreglich 2093, New Office-305 Brent Building.Pensacola. .t .

e. 4N S common with every citizen of 1 'Youdon'thantolend Orteaas to Gulf Transit Co. i Fla. it ,; ;

. Florida, who comes to Washington John out of town Kirk-stall, Br ss*. Hinde, Colon to t ,
t 1 t. Cheyney, a 'prominent business man I \ master. Y ,
for It either it
ot Tarpon takes the view that ; HICKS' f
Springs .
Trailers ,
. Tapton. Br 88, 2300 Montevideo
annexation of Cuba would-be a most unfortunate is for sale right 'BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY' 't '
t idll'.4IG4e thing, from a business point of1ew. 3 here la town to master.Togela. ,
0V : ,{w'LE."TURE \ for the people and the Industries by Br. ss, Nichol, 2141, Cardiff : W. T. BEDWELU PRES. AND MANAGER. .CAPUDK .
of. the entire suit country and particularly to IT. Rears & Co. [ Prepared to' do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone"670 and a 7 ,'4
No.ZS the state of Florida.In representative win call. W. T. Bid-well. President and Manager, 205 S. Bajlen <
. A. M. Hardware Co. 8S1: S I'
Avery VIdar, Nor D. 1084. Sogna
d
a RIght down here under the.Arch is the recent years Florida has developed I CURES 4 ,
truck gardening to remarkable extent," la Grande to Hyer Bros.
a
. Shoes break
Y par rnkle.*nere so This many is due to down said Mr Cheyney, :Monday to a \tash- VlYina, Span ss Arrotegan, 1983, .. . A 4 ALL ACHES :ji j ,i
improper ngton Post man. "This industry would .
,
am. And
a s ",t .t",,u" and"Fitting" I have the best undoubtedly be disastrously affected if Mc. MILL AN BR05.CO..cerPEft.iMOBIr.C Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. ldallapbik I Nervovsaeu ; :
a ,t Cutters, Fitters and tasters to Cuba became a portion of this country.Florida Ships. L _Itdtvdaarq_ : 'f ,
e C ships to the northern states every Avanti Nor ship, Anderson. 1648 street.COAL :f ;
,.) tt 1: ? d in the United States and they dove spring enormous quantities of early lettuce -
J theY! ,' best every Day in the cauliflower, tomatoes and melons. ,aUfArrlfRrRS E STILts London to order. L- ANTo'on1\ SECRET SOCIETIES. -
\ ;'
.,cir work is perfect and the Our cantaloupes are the equal of any Ferreira Port ship Banos, 506, Ll3bon ,w ';
oJ Rocky Fords produced in Colorado. {
) TUItPEf11 to master. I.
. A; : A'v fIC" Shoe lies as smooth as Owing to our seuthernilatitude, we are 0 ?: PENSACOLA LODGE, NO. 3. i
fi rst in the northern market with fo Canada Br. ship Spurr 2237, Rio Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
anger the Arch, when get the ; pro- .
you meets at 7 SO
G..f' Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. every Monday evening : '
,
duce of this sort and we lave built up a ,
) .
o'clock at their HaIl ,. :: ..
for Your Foot. Castle
temporary
0" business that has been steadily growing Hildegarde, Br ship, Bbhlman, 1610, i
over Poua stable West IntendencU St.Ylsttiag !.
;
f Tr.;;,, s; .ust one more reason why you until the it state.is one of the great Investmentsof Bremen to order. We deliver Ice, Coal, Charcoal and,,Wood anywhere i brethren cordially! welcomed .1 :

should wear the great Ingrid Nor. ship, Dannell, 12CO, E- H. DE Y\.ItD. C C. 'I f
"Cuba' is chief
naturally our competitor in the We in '
city. can supply H. HORSLER. K. of R. & 3. ::"
. f these you any quan- ;
n perishab'e products and her Antwerp to McK. ,Ocrtlng; Co. f ., ,
shipping facilities are probably superior Lena Itai ship, Taesara. 1581, Lon is Steam and KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. : .:.
to ours and would enable her to reach -... tity and our service always prompt: ,
Meetings' of the i"
he l ew York market perhaps aa quicklyas don to ,order.
;
we can and certainly at less seal Soar Bark. mestic coal. Wood cut any size. do-I are Knights held at of their Columbus half ,
as oranges are concerned, it Is doubtful A I A KSMITHSJ bk4 ; J 8 West Intenden ,
if Florida would suffer much from ,.*(?* Afredo, Uruguayan Maragag o. ,
the competition of Cuba for the island 987, Montevideo to H. B. Thoratoiu cia street, on .:T a ;
Monday evening !
:
3504.00 Shoe does not seem to be able to raise an : Alfhild, Swcd bk, Sre&sen 1332. E. G. SEWALL clock. .Aa ..invitation ;
orange that can compare with ours. The I Durban tomaster.Andrea Is extended to

The Shoe that's True tobacco hit by annexation.indjstry, however It has,long would.since be hard berman Nor We] Quale.'114, Doxfcaa 26 North Tarragona Street. i viaiti JOHN"'t, Kailrhtfl B. JOXE3, 't'. f

Let the "ATLANTIC" Dealer in your exploded idea that good Havana cigars: MARKET REPORT to master. J. LEONARD, Grand Knij:at. rt ,
cannot be made In Southern Florida. At 147V Genoa ;
fix today, Avon ItaL ME, Aregno. Recorder. :
Town you up ; "I.
Tampa we have the largest cigar factories Phones 614 and 363. ; .
to master. ,
in the country turning out millionsof I t
&a fine cigars as Cuba can produce Campbell Nor bk, Hausken. 1100, ... .DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. 1
NAVAL STORES. Naomi Lod .. No. 10 Daughters of ;! ,
and. made from the leaf from Co. "
STLOUIS lriedinSJ1 MAKER CUba. TQe annexation of the imported island would Savannah, Ga., Oct. 17.-The naval. Stavanger, to McK. Oertlng ft ..................o................................. Rebecca meets every Monday night at 1. r
take from our revenues the, amount of stores. market closed today as follows: 'harms: Nor bk, Jorgensen,"B57. o'clock In L O O F. halL MslUn* r'a

the import duties on cigars manufactured "''''. ..............................:....5.80'VG Fleetwood to order. sisters cordially invited to be present.MRS. l; ;
A .-w: ...._,- : tobaccos and the raw product and ...................................5.30 Ellen, Dan bk, Grededcksen, 160 MRS. HATTIE. J. T. PULLIAM.Sec it- .O. ,f ...
NEVILLE ;
to that extent would affect all the people. N : :: :::::::::::::500M Buenos Ayres to McK Getting & Co. ., i i ; ;
'In Florida, however it would mean ::::::::::::::::::: : : 4.T5 i
the: death' of the cigar Industry for no K .........................:.............50 Hereford, Nr bk. Jens**', 1380 RATHBONE LODGE NO 30. t'
--- American manufacturers can pay American I .............................425 to 4.30 Rosario to order. Rathbone Lodges, No. 30, Knights of ;
--- -- wages and compete with the low- H ................................:0 to ..%5 Heimdal N6r. bk, Hensen 1354. Good Advice Should Pythias meets every Thursday night at It
Received. labor of unless has .420F Castle Hall., Members of sister lodgesand
Cuba he the G
Just duty priced to aid him. Under such conditions, :::::::.::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::.4.15''' Hull to orderHumberto visiting brethren cordially Invited ., "

Imported :Macaroni, Sweet Oil. Cheeses with Cuba a part of this country and enJoying E ............................405 to 4.10 Span. bk, 1111, Battle, to attend. J. M ROPER. C. a 11'
Dill Pickles Sauer Kraut Mackerel Cod all the benefits of its laws the D .............................4.00 to 4.05'C '' Havana order. GJ.LEVEYKR.AS.A. r
Fish, IMi Feet Spanish Onions, Pilot cisar industry would be centralized in ..............................3.85 to 3.95 to first 4third
French : Brid Everything Rus Lindquist, E. B. meets and ; }
Bread Navy Isabel Browne bk
that island with its cheap labor, and Spirits Turpentine 65% cents. event '
at 7 SO 1
: :
ire-'h and nrw.4itch Wednesday Rs p m. '
thousands of American workmen would 1231, Hull to master. Not Be i
\ Hazel. SI.00 per gallon Neglected'As Rafford Halt No. 10. West IntendencU' 14-
I
be thrown out of employment. PENSAC9LA COTTON.The King Oscar II, Nor bk, Johnsen, street. _A. G. FELL Pres. I ; Jf
Marine Grocery Company. "Looked at from every point of view following Pensacola quotations are 752, Rosario to A. Zelius.Lilla J. L.. Secy. k' 1
the annexation of Cuba would be
a very furnished by J. P. O'Connor & Co., factors ?
V. J. VIDAL Manager. bad thing for Florida, and the fear of and imports Nor bk, Aanoosen, 1030, San PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. O. F. .. t f;# !

-------------- Iuch'a result even is Injurious to busi- Good Middling: ................ ..10 1S-U tos to order. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4, L O. O. F., J. '
ness.-Tampa Times.WEATHER Strict Middling ..................10 la-IS Lluls, Uruguayan bt, Lopez, 700, the voice of financial experience will tell you, meets every Thursday evening at 789 : '. ; x
to is Middling .........................10 II-Ii at the new hall on Belmont and Baylea r'. .s
Dr. users of morpUma, Strict Low Middling ...............lOtt Havana to order. it is harder to keep money than it is to make it. streets. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. : t- !. ';
Maria Gar bk.. French. 1022 Kings !io'
waDIIafsl o 'Ism. l ndaauw.tleolars B. R. WITKOVSKY. N. O. ; }1
e izirotoplameocalaeo STILL New York Cotton Market. Lynn to. master Therefore, the means of retaining part of your earnings A- KERLE. Secretary_ t > :
whlsteya Open High Low Close Negpore Nor"bfc Gjerdsen, 1128, '{l; sf
O. huge !book ot par January ...10SS 11.14 1096 1L03 Zelkis. afforded by this bank, should be taken advantage W. O W : -
P IU M! on home or VERY UNSETTLEDAND March .....1113 1128 1112 11.19 East London to A. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O W.:, 1'i ; t1}
sanatorium treatment. May ......1121 11.33 11.21 1126 Noach VI. Swed bk, Burjfeldt, 1260, of by every person who desires -accumulate meets in Pythian nan the 1st and Srd : ;
AND .Adores,Dr.' October ....1096 It.02 10.*8 11.01 Port Natal to order. Wednesdays in each month. Visiting ; ". J
ia,M.N W( 2IW December ..10.91 1109: 10.91 1097 Olivaxi, Ital:J>k. Costa, Genoa to or wealth. siverelgns cordially invited. IIi\ '
ar6t. F. BOOHICH C. C. j
Wblska Cure
1 J.t 1: Geer zla WEATHER DEPARTMENT ORDERS Grain and Provision Market. der.Superb .Deposits received from $1 up, and 4 per cent in LESLIE E. BROOKS cierk.EVANSVILLE. '
'WbeatOpen High Low Close Nor bk, Ullcb, 1934 Ant .; .f. :
STORM WARNINGS DIS December .74 74% 74 74W. -jrerp to A., Zelius & Co. terest paid thereon, compounded semi-annually. ,. "
:May .78% 79 78H 48\
Low Close Schooners.Ibnna J t} I
Corn- Open i
TYPEVRITERREP PLAYED AT NUMBER OF December .42% 1IIfh.% 41Vi 42% Christina, Am sch, McLeod1 & : ,

May .43* 43% 43 43% 1(6..Belize to'master. !

POINTS. December Oats-- .Open.331, Hlsrh 23% Low 33% Close 31K Domlra, Br sen. Reddle, 2001, St. %; i j! t

AI RS :May .. ...34fr S5fc 34% 35 Lucie to master. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF TERRE HAUTERAILROAD 3.I 3.y ,

Following the special announcementmade Freddie Hel1 ken, Am sch, Bryant, I .t
New York Stock Market. f f
: "; Tuesday afternoon by the Open. Close 475. Havana to master.HjaJmar ;rjf'
having secured the services of an ex 8911 94V4 Am sch Aiftlaan, 55, Tampa }
Sou. 1
to weather department' that conditionswere PENSACOLA. FLA. j
pert repairer we beg notify the public
% 115% ,1i:
that we are now prepared to overhaul. very unsettled off the middle and A.Copper S. R....................137 13i( % to order. THE DIRECT LINE TOCHICAGO 1.
adujust or rebuild all makes of typewriters ................... r
and adding machines and cash regis south Atlantl cand east gulf coats:: Arch ... 103T. 103 Sick Headache Cured. Designated Depositary of the United States. '-ff t
ters. All work guaranteed. Estimates fill- came a message from Washington yesterday \ R. 169% I: ::
% 79V Sick'headacjie 1s caused by de- ,
B. R. T. ,79
your ed. Telephone machine or us call and and we make will an send examInation for- morning to the local weather] B.. & O...122H 47 122 4'% rangement"of the'stomach, and by In- W. H. Knowles President. W. K. Hy.r, J,., Vice-President and Cuhler.Thos : :: .il
and estimate. office, giving information that northeast Erie \2- Chamberlain's Stomachand tW N. Ass't Cashier in the
GF.L 66 55 digestion. W. Brent, AsWt Cashier. Roberts and aU points :
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storm warnings had been ordered U S .... 49U 4 H Liver Tablets correct these dis Director -F.C. Brent W.A.Blount. W. 1L Knowles. W. K. Hyer Jr., J
displayed at a number of gulf and U. S: Pfd. ..107>, 1i7ti.; orders and''effect a cure. By taking D. G. Brent. North and Northwest. } fj

PensacolaTypewriter south Atlantic ports, and that It will ,R.t.. &b. *...147 37%% 147% these tablets as soon as the first indication f it :

be unsafe for vessels to proceed Into i Lead .....................79 79M. of the disease appears, the I 4
the gulf for the next few days. P. 97 96 attack may be warded off. For sale t Round t'
Low ; ;
ExchangePHONE The advisory message was as follows I.Can C. Pac...................181.% 173 181H% by all druggists. ................ ................ Exceptionally R''i ':

: :N. Y. O. % 132% .I TnpRates to all Summer : ;
,
1369 "Washington, Oct. 17:Northeast P. O 94 90% Real Estate Transfers. W IY ;
storm warnings ordered 11:40 a. m. RDG .' 157: ? 151% Tourist Points.'r'

313-315 Brent BuildingGULF for Apalachicola Carrabelle, Cedar R.St. I P.. ... .177H 28% Its 28% Fonowfng !Is a list of the real estate I. Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4 I; ;

Keys, Dunellon Tampa, Punta Cords,I S,. R. 35*! transfers recorded yesterday furnished by Home and Savings D. H. Hillman, S. L. Rogers, f '
the Pensacola Abstract Co.: when the Pensacola -
Punta Rassa,' Key west, Miami, Jupiter ': Penna. Iii 1H% DEEDS per cent., G. P. & T. A. .. General Agent,. r

CITY COFFEE CO. Savannah and Charleston. Dis U. P. .. 187% A. V. Clubbs to Lny C. Begs-Lots 3 Association will issue you paid-up stockbearing Evansville. Ind. NaihviHe, Ten* ; ':

turbances east'ol north Florida coast Cotton Letter and 4, block 220, New City-$100 and 5 *
interest at cent. annum
pay- i iillIII
I per per
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. and one approaching western Cuba New York Oct. 17.-The cables this other considerations. _
from Caribbean Unsafe for showed considerable excitement I A. Greenhut to G. Rolt.-rhe west 60 able semi-annually. :
Roasters Blenders and Shippers ofFine sea. ves- morning !I feet of ]lot 5. on south side of Government'
sels next few days off coast Cuba, in the Liverpool market shortly after the street, by 93 feet deep and all of lot 6. H. G.' DeSILVA, A. OREENHUT, J. S. R ete. R. .M. CARY N II I
Florida and south Atlantic coasts." opening but it soon fell to some four to 1,I 80 feet deep on north side of Church I President. Vlce-P Treasurer. Serota' i S Se
CoffeesOUR Summary of Conditions. five points below the previous day's close: street by 93 feet deep. OM City between Directors-H. G DeSitva, A. Green hut. Knowles Hyer. A. V. :
New York futures opened 9 to 11 points,I squares-$1,008 and other considerations. Clubbs,.C. H. DOlT, O. E. Maura, Sol Cahn. ;:
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Observer Reed, in his summary of G. Rolfs to A. Lischkoff-Block 216, i
from the closing last night, but 43 South Palafox. ,
recovered
down and other considerations ,
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.COfFEE ., weather conditions yesterday, said New C1ty-$1.000 f1

"Conditions In the gulf and on the January this going loss up soon to llttc after the from opening which. I Henry. Horsier et al., to J. W. Bullock M..................... ..t.......................... >it ; .'

south Atlantic coast are becoming :Jr.-The east" 27 feet 7 Inches ot the weal ,
stormy and the warnings above, issued point under profit taking by longs sag 62 feet 5 inches of lot 153 block 13. Old I :
back and at the closing Is about 3
ged
from the central office, should be con points under the close of yesterday. City State-J130 of and Flo other considerations to A. A. City i of Pensacola Improvement! Bonds. it'ro
The South is showing more Inclination Iock.358GNew .
sidered, especially by all shipping and FIsher-Lot 8, City-$14 ..k S
lumber interests. The depression off to buy now but the principal buyers con I Denom.n.ton. 000.00 each. Dated January tat, 19Ot. Maturing January fat, f
tinue to be professionals who show their Jan. tat, 1926. Interest Payab' Seml Annually. :
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Court.State'
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Circuit
the north Florida coast Is causing generally confidence in the strong upward tendency. In Kscambia[ County Dock COFFER FOR SALE PRIOR SAL, '9

We are tbe Pioneer light rains in the middle and cas It of is the said members that the of result the of:New a quiet York can-Ex-.. Perry, complainant of florida-In va Piakey Chancery.Perry, de IN AMOUNT: TOBSUIT PURCHASER. all parts of the country .
south Atlantic states and brisk north- considerable fendant. Divorce. On Monday, the third
change shows a short interest 0
Coffee Roasters of east winds were blowing at 7 a. m., at in October If such Is true there :day of December. A. D. 1906, the defendant : m
of Pensacola
is required to Bank
Plnkev Perry ap-
Jacksonville with barometer read is a proability that a squeeze on October The Peoples '
West Florida.McHUGH'S may result, which would In the pear to the bill filed against her herein. The Southern Express Company ',1-
this and the be once E"Ac.'hweek s
ing 29.72 Inches; approaching natural order of things carry the other This order to published "
disturbance from the Carib- months with it. for four consecutive weeks In The Pensacola, Fla. receives and forwards t I

bean Sea makes It unsafe for vesselsIn The "Chronicle" estimates'the damage Pensacola said Esoambla Journal 1.county a newspaper A M publ'shedin McMil money,and valuables of helgh'J;
from the recent storm to be 400,000 bales -J
waters. A trough of low Clerk Circuit Court by C G. Harta- '
southern
lan
BLEND pressure moving eastward over the and damage a later by frost private is 500,000 record bales claims, Consequently the- field, D. C. Pensacola, Fla.. October IS, bone *o j>41 parts of i'; 'J

Rocky mountains is attended by light we can figure on 1.000.000 bales 1906. octlSoawiw c.W' LAMAR PresHltnt JOH. *A DREwSAagatMtCaa4ls' with connections for Canada, Mexlo '4.;
damage which we think a reasonable M.E.CURl,Ylce-Presldeat and C a s bin. '
rains. Conditions are favorable for estimate. This taken out of the crop DISSOLUTION NOTICE. : Havana, Cuba,European points r,:
have no equal. A trial rain with fresh cast to northeast does not leave more than sufficient to The firm of Geo. W. Pryor & SonsIs 1 it Feta
.
winds In this section tonight and coyer the consumption with the present by mutual consent, dissolved. Geo. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

will convince the con Thursday." urgent trade prospects.and spinners The Are spot taking demand every is W. Pryor Jr., and John F. Pryor are The Southern Express Company (: '

noisseur that we bale of good cotton that la offered the sole owners and proprietors of the OF PtKSMCOLM. H*. operates on 30,000 miles of first- 't'
FOOTBALL.Annapolis Taking into consideration the large New City Grocery Company They I
business doing and the 'reversal in crop I class routes and In connection with _
make no extravagant outlook we are Inclined to think cotton will collect all debts due the New City Opera House Building. i' ,
Naval Academy 28; St. a safer purchase to-day around 11 cents Grocery Co.. and hereafter pay any 'the Adams Express Company, oa ;

claims. Johns College 0. than it was ITCHER a few weeks, ZEMURRAY ago at 9%¢s.CO. and all debts contracted by the new DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. trough way-bills, with through t n '-


Wounds Bruises I and Burns. An Awful Cough Cured. firm.Geo. W. Pryor Sr., will collect all CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $6q. OO. jars and through messengers, per : i ia

Wholesale and RetsilGROCERS By applying an antiseptic dressingto debts and pay all bills of the late firm DIRECTORS. forms unified service, constltutlas .:
little hada
and like Injuries "Two years ago our girl < '
burns
wounds, bruises, W. Pryor & Sons, and will
before inflammation sets in touch of pneumonia, which left her continue of Goo: the wholesale produce business Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, the largest system of the kind lathe

they may be'healed 'without matura- with an awful cough. She had at 131 and 133 East Government J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S, ROH5co. 'C. W. Lamar, world. -

tion and in about one-third the time spells of coughing, just like one with street and leave nothing undone to Bryan Duimody, T. F. McGourln J. R.Sounder. Money Orden are sold 4* .U t 1
treatment ThisIs the whooping cough and some W. H. Milton, 0. E. M-ora. '
the old Avery
required by of the merchants of a r.1. ,
and all kinds of Feed the greatest discovery and triumphof thought she would not get well at the meet city the and needs country. I will deal only W. L. Cauthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertlag agencies of the Southern Erpr. !

modern surgery. Chamberlain'sPain all. We got a bottle of Chamberlain's with merchants. No broken packages Alex JttcGowin. C. M. Covlngton H. E. Clark.tdely Company at reasonable hoars lieseipt ;

Balm acts on this same prInciple like a Cough charm. Remedy She stopped, which coughingand acted sent out from my place of business. ecsit; texts: fcr riot tt iLU, JU0 4nd S5.M Ute yttr. rrinto apartment Is given and money Is refunded ; .,
.. It is antiseptic and when applied
an to protect' the merchants -
This Is done for OIl cosrenleac ef customers.
Stuffs.Water to such injuries causes them to got stout and fat writes )Mrs. of Phone or write all in connection If order Is lost.
mo.
who buy
heal very quickly. It also allays the Ora Brassard, Brubaker I1L This orders to your humble servant Four percent interestPald on Tim. Deposits.THE This Is the cheapest way to send .:.
Pluto remedy Is for sale by all druggists.
pain and soreness and prevents any
GEO. W. PRTOfi, SR. small remittances by mail or otterwise. -
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a ',
bottle of Pain Balm, In your home STRAYED OR STOLEN. Counts Use I
Quality -
and it will save you time and money, STRAYED OR STOLEN Durham cowdark I.f
Wholesale and Retail not to mention the inconvenience and color, with stripes} ; one horn LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ,i ,
slightly defective Return to Pearl Eagan THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES f
suffering such injuries entail. For Orphan Home and receive reward. Z8o2t Pftlffer's $tam Bakery. Editorial Rooms.. .. .. .. .. .. 31Business -1
sale by all druggists.
CREW NOTICE. Escambli Le'9> N- 1*. F. 4 A .M. PENSACOLA Office. .. .. .. .. .1500 :*
New Orleans Grocery Co. :Neither the master owners Sped> eoimnrentoafloB! erf Esrambia : To communicate with Tit Journal ; .l
Quality Counts-Use of the Lodge. No IS, P. A. General Banking, Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative i
consignees A
nor
." '. will be Jiele! Friday venbir. during the day time use the busiaesi
a British tcb.. iL. Basic.
LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. will be responsible steamship for debts ( October U. at 714. Work to E.A. I ._ office phone. No 1500. To commtmi- ';

Jas. McHugh Pfelffer's Steam Bakery. contracted by the crew of degrea- C.V1a1 A t BOYS n Solicited--R. M. Bushnolf. Cashier.. ute with The Journal at night oa ,:
Invited.
said vessO. H. INGRAM. fratemaDT W. M.Secretary. Correspondence : the editorial phcae. No. 38. -.1 t
JNO. A. MERRTTT & CO. Maater.Coasisnees. .- W G. DAILET
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PAGE EIGHT THE PENSACOLA ,JOURNAL, THURSDAY .

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;v I- -I COL. W. 'F. :STEWART TO t Lots of good ENGINEER .A HALL --


'whiskey sold-that's true. Lots'

COMMAND.ri.BARRANCASAnd of the other kind, too. [

The Home of Men's Shoe Style The sooner you learn to say


the Port- you'll MARK be ROGERS You'll have the better the satisfaction 'off-". W'AS 'BADLYINJURED 8 Y'

Eighth Artillery District Coming From
; of knowing that you're '

Shoe Quality and Shoe Worth. land-Major Willpughby' Walke Ordered Here J, made.being served with the best whiskey' -' --1' .r. c::



as Second in Command. :MARK..ROGERS is for men ';'" e
.
a I I who can appreciate a good whis- t "

More merit or more shapliness in foot Cot W. F. Stewart who is now In ,.rnand -the Artillery District there.t key and. who know that the only the <. '!i tiNr I Ii i
it is specify
command of'the artillery at Portlanf, ,,.Vlce-CoL W. F. Stewart who is way to get to In Collision :Between Train !

dress cannot be had than in o'ur shoe of Maine has been ordered to the' ctln-! ed to Pensacola, FUu, to order.1 brand. P.

mand cf Fort Barrancas and the 1 that Artillery Distrjct. Lieut. MARK ROGERS has the age, Stone

fering. The fastidious and exacting '. Eighth artillery district, and the or' B,. 'William is relieved: at the. : 'mellowness and purity-you can't| .2 and His Engine-Near ,
ders directing CoL W. H. Coffin to to I I '
report of San Francisco and is 'ordered
is
who it here- i in here as commanding officer have command the Artillery District at Key: get any better. Its bouquet Shops Last Night.Train THE HABERDASHER
men want style can get been revoked. Major: Willougaby: West Fla., which Has been vacant for I really delicious. Good whiskey (

Walke has also been ordered to Fort. some time. Leut CoL W. B. Homer.r is a real medicine-a

: combination with comfortandlong I Barrancas as second in command: of" Is ordered to remain on duty at Fort I.zr4 tonic and a stimulant. number 2, in charge )f En- '.
the post and district. Warren :Mass. Lieut. CoL G. L. An
Something Special in our $3.50 and These changes together with a derson, recently promoted from major When"you're "all rundown gineer Kleusmeir and Conductor -;
I I that's the sure Mead 'Wilson arriving from over the
large number of others are to become has been detailed to the Inspector ,
$4.00 Shoes. Others on UP.to $6.50. effective at once, and it is intimated General's Department. ''Lieut. Col. sign you need some"old P.A.. about one hour' and with fifty .
minutes late last night collided:;
t. that there will also be a general Lotus Niles is ordered to commandFcrt MARK ROGERS. ,

i shifting about of the various companies Casey, Wash. Lieut. CoL W. H. Arrall good places; engine 29 at a point about 100 yards
west of the railroad shops, overturning -
of coast artillery in the near Coffin, who was under orders to prs- ; I
fu ure.f but be sure to specify.JLtTl"HE5THAL" the latter and injuring EngineerJ.
the assignment artilery ceed to Pensacola, Fla., is now or- '
L. Hall who in charge, so
wag
officers the Journalof of the
Army and Navy dered to command the District I
,
recent date contained the following Potomac with headquarters at Fort, BICCAKT"B severely. that, he may not recover.
29 coming out of the
Engine was
: Wi J. Stone
Washington Md. Major
"Ag a result of the numerous pro Is ordered to Fort Morgan, Ala.! Ma! ;;; v siding leading from the shops to the
I motions recently made in the "Artillery jor Ira A. Haynes is detailed to the & B'i"THE main line for 'the purpose of takinga
THE JOHN WHITE the fireman
STORE freight tral north and
Corps many transfers of h'gh, Military Secretary's Department Major it:_.
ranking officers have been ordered by Willoughby, Walke is ordered to GREAT BIG ) J had left the engine' for the purposeof '

I the War' Department Lieut. Col. HI Pensacola, Fla., a* second in command ATLANTA '..:.r'. turning the switch when the crash I

/"v.. : Harris, recently promoted to lieu there, and Majcr William F. : came.In an instant the big machinewas
v tenant colonel will remain at Fort Fla. almost torn to pieces and the
I Hancock Is ordered to Key West, ,
Specialists Men's and Boys' Wear Hancock, N. J.. CoL J. A. Lundeen, as second in command. The cap'aln engineer pinned dawn:: under the
who as a lieutenant colonel was detailed and first lieutenants of the Artillery wreck of the .cab, one arm and one Of our clothing business has bet'I

-. '- ',.. in the Inspector General's De ,Corps recently promoted. as announced MEN ARE' LEARNING THAT BY leg,being. broken in addition to severe I something short of prenomenal and li

Phone.225 partment is ordered to command the in the Army and Navy Journal BY LIFE. ASSURANCE internal injuries. It was necessary -, due to the progressive ideas and catering
205.207 S. PALAFOX to jacks to lift the cab from i j to the taste and needs ot
Artillery District of San, Francisco; of Oct. 6. have all been ass'gnedto incomes ate malntaine mortgages use our
he will relieve Col. Charles Morris, duty at the same posts at which protected, debts secured ,undevelpoed the body'or the engineer who was patrons. While the growth has beet ee

who goes to Portland Me., to comPU'ENOMENAl they are lOw serving." enterprises guarded, business rendered unconscious when taken from the remarkable it nevertheless has beet

safe, investments given permanent wreck.- gradual "Tall oaks from little acorn

value and cap'tal preserved. A policy Conductor:: Mead WElson who was grow." We have properly planted our I.
( I.I
--' !Jin ,THE EQUITABLE does all this, in charge of No. 2, was" making his acorn and we are proud of the resell: I,

need have no terrors for you IMPROVEMENT and mere-provides for the family after first triP. sInce he was'injured 1n the attained. The blowing will denoa-!

WASH DAY if..yo\l. send your deathSend us your name accident In whit:h Engineer Jeanette' strata the reason for our popularity

your washing to ?sre and addressKNOWLES .. ''Was killed and was passing from one, _and ""growth Goods and Pikes.White ii
** The New of the cars to another when the shock
Method Laundry
PHONE 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE. po,.* Nn Vetbod Laundry Bid]. W. Rjvfu, JT MADE IN 1"1[: CANAL ZON[ BROS.. Insurance of the collision came. He'J medlate"'-' -

AGENTS WANTED. ly jumped off the train and was
]. -- slightly scratched by alighting on a


:........................" ......"....... ................. B. L. Larcom, Formerly of This City, Returns After II INGTONi:| pile The of'passengers rails. No., 2, although: 1 Nix t

slightly shaken up, hardly realized
Seventeen Months Spent There as En- that an accident had occurred for ,

i Gas Arc L for i I INo some moments after the engines t

I Lamps Stores gineer of Paijama Railway Co. ,Special to The Journal. I crashed Into each other* The engine: OUTFITTERS

Warrington, Oct. 17.-The relief of the passenger train',was but'slightly I.'t

'committee which. has been doing such damaged by the shock. Your Money's Worth or Tour I.I
.
I The improvement in. general con- various small towns and Pfensacola I efficient work, is due many thanks Engineer Kleusmier, who was.In Money SICk.DrULkJ

; other lighting agency gives such a i ditions in the canal zone and the E. Mason and family !to Keeling ..from the people: of Warrington and charge of the engine of the passenger -

.. clear bright progress made in the work are -almost and family W. J. Jit and family. -i Woolsey, who jrill ever hold the committee train. was very much,affected by I'
daylight-light as the gas phenomenal, according to B. L. .* Machinist Needs: .. d L. O.. in loving remembrance for so the accident, although. not injured in

j arc. They bring business and cost i Larcom, yho should be well posted_ I, Larccm. : promptly coming to their assistanceand : the least 'I I

as to What the in : The transferred to
condit'ona
are 1 j I The sanltar/jr conditions and the I in the time of greatest need. passengers were !
,. only"t : Panama, as he has spent the past general hralth Is much inrproved. In ; The wreckage is slowly but surely other coaches and later sent north on I

+ seventeen months there in the em- ]i fact, tfcer -as been but little sick- I being' cleared away. In a month or a special train.' i ,

ploy of the Panama: Railway as engineer : ness In the swae during the past year. so things will be looking more cheer At the'ho r of goingto Dress En-
I Seven Dollars i and who is now in the city Large fqrce-: -f sanitary inspectors ful and homelike. gineer Hall is very low and but slight Special to The JournaL "
leave of few weeks. He will topes entertained for his
on a a and workers, are employed and are, Mrs. Emily Hayne will leave this are recov DeFmilak. Oct 17.-Mr. and Mrs. Hor
spend this time with! relatives, returnIng bettering conditions' rapidly; and Mr. ,ery. Cawthon went to Atlanta last Mon&?,
week for a week's visit with her sister,
: to his duties within about six where they will stay for a week.
Larcom bel'eves that and
Pensacola the 'zone,
Gas Company I ,' :Mrs. Yarbronsrh, of River Junction. Mr. Curt VonFuchs left for St LOU'J
A weeks. J' especially Colon, will soon be as I Miss Sadie Stockard, who has been Women as Travelers. I Saturday evening. He is a very t;:1)
: Phone 148. The advancement made during the healthy: as any of the cities in the in Arkansas this has As a matter,.of,genuine fact women ,, player of the cello, and will engage in 'if-
24 and 27 E. Garden visiting summer
'. Strset. : half-year, according to Mr. Larcom United States. In fact he predicts I returned and again taken no her dutiesas In line cases out of ten, are*better I I chestral Mr. Murray work while Cawthon there.has entered' rRiX2 ; t

............o...................................... is principally due to American: methods -, that some day Colon will'be a health I teacher in school No. 27. !i travelers than men are. To begin I I business college at Atlanta, when )' wi::; : i r

labor and machinery. The equip- resort I I The many friends of Mrs. Frank J with, if not BO stodgily accurate, al- j 1: study. .ft
I I Mr. J. B. Richardson has sold Ills nt- j
ment now in service in digging the The salaries paid for skilled labor .
I : Anderson regret to learn that she has I though that by no manner ,of means tage on the Circle< to Charles Turner, wy"
CLOTHESCLEANED ditch ig of the most modern make, f I are verv good and foncomnicn labor gone to Pensacola to reside. j[ follows, they are more fluent in mod- I will move Into it early next mmtn.I .
THE and the advancement since Its instal- j!: fair while the cost cf living compares I' I Mr. E. E. Founds and daughter Tror
AND PRESSED.To HOME DOCTOR.If Mr. Sharpe of St. Katharine's has chatter In them, I
lation has been very noticeable.. I[ with ether places that are far removed | ern languages., They Jackson. Ga.. are here for the winter ai I
have your fall and winter clothes been quite attentive to his people] say the male things. Ergo, they are are staying, with" Mrs. Pounds sister llr
: leaned pressed and repaired. and put in choking get down on all fours and Mr. Larccm was one of the first !. from the points of p-oduction. here, having visited them on several I' J. T. Harris.
Food: condition send them to us. We Pensacolians) to go from FensacolaJ i| The Jamicans are. employed as the more,colloquial, the'readier to cir- ; Rev. Dr. Thompson and wife ar '"
oo everything in that line and guarantee cough. '1 laborers to' large extent occ.sions'since: the storm, to see if cumvent the wiles and extortions of proud parents of a beautiful baby pi- .1
ccirmon avery
canal
to the zone. He is employed'on
cur work. Ladies' work a specialty. Gentlemen After the of theywere in need of assistance. '1 "I Judge and Mrs. Reeves of Pensa' i.
use a mustard poultice and Mr. Larcom's op'nion! c' I kellner or of garcon.-London Gentle I
s membership rates. $1.00 per the Panama Railway as engineer The Undine has been riiaed and it1;, spent some days here last week. ):1i -
month. All work called for and delivered. on any part of the body rub that part and says that over one hundred of them Is that six cf them cannot or woman. i Reeves went to Bonifay on Saturrt-
Phone 1373. with camphorated oil to avoid the pos- the latest style of locomotives: are 'will not do the work of one negro. s said will soon be put in thorough'I I I i where her husband will join her as < CAMBIA!
PRESSING pair and into service
CLUB, put passenger as court convenes here.
9 E. IIMTENDENCIA STREET, sibility of taking' cold. now in use there, in addition to many !,I They are practically worthless, andI between here and Pensacola there')7 A Good Dog. I Wednesday our town had a big scan
I WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER. At the first intimation of a sore' smaller ones. I i I J Americans! in the![ that they can stand :the climate cf = duty I the i[people from their sleep to tell of a "
,I throat try a gargle of one teaspoonful Many are located ]f the ysrd. inquisitive man. .This fortunately proved to be! nothing
of salt and one of carbonate of sodato i Is well represented, among the Pen- .: the zone better than others. Mr. John Robertson an-1 family are t."I dunno jes' what kind of a dog be a bale of cotton on the platform of T;

Florida and Alabama half a glass of water. sacolians on the isthmus. being Wr I to make Pensacola their home in the t.i is," answered Mr. Erastus Pinklcy, I D. F. & X. which had caught fire. *r..'
out.
was soon put
to Fear.
If stung or bitten by an insect, makea Nothing frtnre. ,. "but he's got good stock In 'im. Dat There were two entertainments on '.
LAND COMPANYManufacturers paste of starch powder with chloro- I Mothers need have no hesitancy in The :government tug Wauban: was I I dog Is so many'kinds of,dog dat dar3 !! last week but owing to there ben: :t
I are continuing to.Jive Chamberlain's carbide in town they had to be postpj-
'
I last
successfully floated on Tuesday I to be
got good dog' somewhere
form and can de cologne and apply to STETTE4f I with !i Cough Remedy to their little ones. as on account of insufficient light. .
wireless
The station havin Just Mr. Louis Taylor is here for a f<
Washington Star.
ot the affected part at once. stomach it contains absolutely nothing: Inju- ?
CELEFlATED I completed its repairs is leing fl1rl.l-h- days visiting relatives and friends.
and Dealers InUMBER. Persons and suffer, rious. This remedy is not only I
predisposed toward erysipelas per- ed, by the C. & R. power house the
I \ SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES should avoid wines, strong tea and fromSomething fectly safe to give small children, but yards and docks power house still beIng
AND KLN.DRIED! SAP. is medicine of worth and
a great
out of sicn.
coffee and highly spiced or seasoned Bloating, CQrnml
merit. It has a world wide refutation
foods. The more laxative and coolingthe WLifr2 Heartburn, -= ____ _
for its cures of coughs, colds and
diet the better. 'A Timely Shake. 1. iU
,
Poor Appetite, croup and can always be relied upon. =
.
SCARRITT MORENO, When the youngsters burn their fingers Indigestion, For sale by all druggists. Some years, ago the Duke of Con- \ tgi \
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTION ? :: visited and taken .
2r naught Japan was
.,.gent for Olebold Safe and Lock Co. apply oil of peppermint It Is a hkEeadache '
Canton, Ohio.I B Wonderful remedy. If the skin Is by Sir Edwia Arnold round the bazarsof 'V I .' _
Office and Salesroom-20,E.. Gov. St. braised this cannot be used. In case Cost'veness I THE WHOLESOME WOMAN. Tokyo, where he bought many curious -

or that kind apQly! >a solution of baking '- Y. try the Bit-'I toys and specimens of Japaneseart.
Same FInia.Words Real
the Secret
on
ters at once.
powder or borax. TOMACI4 In the evening he remarked to
I Feminine Beauty
: It alwaysi I Sr! Edwin that he had seen most of
I If the woman of the twentieth century -
1. i cures. I the sights, but had not experiencedany
k : T. WiH Laces. is going to give the greater part

.':: c To ,wash .lacea, make a suds with I'of her waking hours to unnecessary: common of the in Japan."I earthquakes. which are so

naphtha soap and tepid water, put the care of her body, she sinks to the level
cannot show
laces in it and let'them soak for half of the Indian squaws wbo were the "suppose you me

an hour, then souse them around and i i pets of the great chiefs hundreds of one; said the duke jestingly.

squeeze between the hands to get the I years ago. The were oiled Immediately the house shook, too I eottbtoU rtof tu tte utwjfftaj ,
: r New I -squaws
: 4 I water out., Make fresh suds, souse : and painted ,and overhung with chandelier swayed backward and forward I out tt* fHe, ring la OM trot."
the china and the table -
f glass on
,
laces aroond again, but'do not rub, lest sharks' teeth and wampum-they had
.
I I rattled, and the door burst open.
you break the meshes; t-qneeze, then rings on their fingers and bells on
Sir Edwin, are a magician D R BELL'SPine
"Why you .
rinse in two waters, with a few dropsof their toes. What real differences are
r FineThat's
Something ( r remarked the duke as the shock
.... dissolved gum arable In the last wa : there between those fine ladies of the
ter. If the lace.Is cream or ecru adda Choctaws and the IroquoIs and the which Lad happened at so curious a Tar
=Sioney
..
.. moment, subsided.
few of dye to the last
drops orange fine ladies of today? And yet there

water or, If pure white, a few dropsof what we are echo: In the ears of the modern woman rt '
A Remarkable plt"""*
bluing. Spread on a sheet to dry. putting'on the mar- ) the cry of the tenement house, the to a LLBASANT. PSRMAXBNT. POSlTtVE aRB
,4 .. I A remarkable is on a tombstone -
UPRIGHT _. 4/ When nearly dry pull gently Into shape ket. It's in theshape : cry'of the child laborer, the cry of nIl la Brighton epitaph churchyard In Eng -.- .. for lamp coughs and Bronchial cold tad Tubes.&11 iDft Tke med sore carteee weary con&wora of the
and roll from one end. keeping edges of the 'Ct
I the pressing unsolved problems Lnars are xiilar td; the microbe- .
TAILORING j even, then wrap in-a damp cloth and of a small, all-Ha- home and of the world-the cry of her land. It reads: "In memory of Phoebe _ mucus is cot oat; the caose: of that tickling '
nessel, who was born at Stepney In removed and the laflaaed membranes are araK*
1 let lie for half an' hour and press with vana five cents ci- own immortal soul-the while she She served for and I soothed so that there is no Inclination W COlI''.
1715. ,
' Our tailoring'stands on merit. a not too hot Iron.Looking. I dawdles: over her silly face and grimaces theyear many
4 j gar. It is called years as a private soldier In the '_ TEE PEOPLE KNOW 1AT THEY WANT!
1 We don't rest on laurels of past before a mirror! The squaw
of
Fifth regiment foot in different I
1 performances but keep on trying Backward.Do was the nobler woman of the two. At t '
I ; \ Over SjOm/ttO Bottles Sold Aaonfltr
of and In the 1713:
parts ,Europe, year 4
r to overshadow previous ef you ever look bftck over your ears,1 The Gonzalo 1 least she "lived up,to her lights." *'a fO"III
fought under the command of the JIf
y Aad the sale ioctcaaiar each 7'** kTTa
torts. and think how times have' The whole beautification" enter. ChoIce of S
many you ; \ the wisdom ot the People's
t Duke of Cumberland at the battle of qoeetion
; Nothing ever Shaded in our J made a fool of yourself? We do.Maneos .-!: price Is delusive. The woman who I j 1 I Ooo Remedy.
"Babiss"It !
where she received
: ; quality either. Buttons Fcntenoy a bayo- '
TimesTribune.SIR neatness- who: ,,
;t Thread Trimmings, etc., i i scrupulously regards : net wound in her arm. Her long life loot for the Bell oa the Bottle.
observes health who does
the laws of i
may seem 'of small Impor- I is manufactured i i, which commenced in the time of Queen Iae,S5yws old sad oeer' QMd say

. tance to some tailors-we KNIGHTS, ATTENTION! the duty of each day as though It I j i I Anne, extended to the reign;:; of George = rqatt to I*. Bell's Pine-Tar- *&.-, tn, aDd 1J.OO Bottle.
put the best we can find in : Regular conclave of expressly for us, and might be her last and then given her I,r IV., by whose munificence she receiv- / It pe qnick tad pe-m ii it
Coeur de Lion Com- relief IB grip u well Ia cough and KAHTT cnrB D onT rr
world bet
. clothes we make. mandery No..1. K. T.. at is a winner. Call for best efforts to making her I i ed comfort and support: in her latter eo1ds.IIrnske.weaklons.trong. MED. CO.. Padvcah. b.I .
' consld- THE ESUTHERUKD
ter and without much K"1LA.
'F We insist on having every 7-10 p- mHonda v. Oct.O happier i
years. She died at Brighton where
,
garment properly Balanced- Balloting. and work in them. They are the ering her own complexion-that woman ____ __ .--
she bad --
. RC. decree. Sojourning '. bug resided. Dec. 12 1S21. --i--- ------- ----
I whether you do or not-and Sir Knights are courteously best yet. Is not only admirable for her aged .108 years.; I_ .
Invited. -- --- -- .
; even the slightest of details character but she Is also likely to be aw.Coal -<
hARRY W. GIBBS E. c.
emphasize the.. fine points of the W. hENRY XEEDHAM, Rec. far better looking than her belaced Atlantic nillo......

k craft. Administrator's Notice. I overdressed, powdered rouged "ce- The authorities of the United States 1 I.I and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.
Don't hold suit order "
up your ,
Notice Is rated massaged and ovennanlpnlat-
hereby given to creditors. leg- hydrographic bureau have endeavored
another day-you won't be held atees. distributees and all other persons TheLewis ed sister.-Kate: Upson Clark In Less to ascertain the size of the Atlantic I Get our prices before placing your orders. We
having claims or demands
z up on price here. estate' of Matthew S. against the !s lie's Weekly. sell Jellied and best coal
F Upright tailoring-that's the the Mason deceased. top""ent waves. From' careful observationsthey Galloway Alabama lump
same to the
only kind we know anything Bluff\ Springs. Florida within undersigned one (1)at learn that In height the waves I We still maintain our up-to-date ice deivery:

about year from this date. August 30th. 1906. Bear'Co. The Truth. usually average about thirty' feet but is
Our
B. F. MASON In system. price for ice on platform at factory
weather
different rough they attain from
I Suits Tailored to Taste. 30 ault"--oawS. Administrator. I A teacher In explaining the ,
Administrator' Notice. kinds of sentences to her class, asked fortY to forty-eight feet. In storms 25- cents per hundred pounds! or over. Phone 232.

:Notlco is hereby siren to Creditors. legatees Wholesale Dealers !j what It would be If she said. "I am they are often from'500 b GOO feet

PMCKETT i PERSON 6 GARDNER having, distributees.claims demands and all against other persons the estate looking for a man." long,and continue to more about ten or The ,Moore Ice CompanyFactory

: V Brent of Alvin rf.r Wright, deceased, to present "I don't know." said the boy at the eleven seconds, while the longest yet Corner Garden and Manresa Streets,
the same to the undersigned! within Pensacola Fla. known measured half mile ,
(Incorporated.) two (2) years from this date. August I, foot of the class "but,Iththk. It wouldbe a and did P. O. Box 422. Phone 232 Ir
FRANK B. GARDNER Manager. 30th. 'ISO*. Geo.. W. WRIGHT. Administrator. __ the truth."Lucerne Standard .., not exhaust itself for twenty-three sec \ .
.-' Aug. 30-oavrSw. a-L ....; i onds. _'_____ -wjs.e...... .., ....

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