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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 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA. SATURDAYMORNINGOCTODER 20, 1906.
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H U NDRBDSPERISI11N- J; FINAL SESSION OF THE PAlnox :;

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AMERICAN BANKERS' ASS'N.G.


THE HURRICANB: ONa' ,, I INVOLVED 0 l E U I IN N IlL -

If
:R . . Ii' S. Whitson, of National]- of I speak a woman's of it and intuition dare to; call and it while per- //1

haps her chief asset in business life !'
FLORIDA BAST COAST City Bank of New York} yet I acknowledge my inability to :!

describe or analyze it. Somehow, liTIGATION Ii' ; f
Elected resident."Woman's when' the Lord made woman, he gave
her a peculiar insight Into persons
and matters that enables her to discern i'f .
Two Hundred and Fifty People Remains : at once without logical deduction 'J!! "-

o of Mrs. Davis Qualifications as, whether a man or a propositionis Injunction Secured by E. E. : Ih .j'f.' _
good or bad. You may ask her _
Reported Engulfed by Tidal a Bank Official." why .and she will probably say "be Saunders Against the t j1!; I'; I
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cause, and thL. may be the only ,

Rest in reason she can. give you, and yet I I City Officials. ;
Wave
on Elliott and at HollywoodE will 'F
ids Key SUBJECT OF AN INTERESTING risk the train of my statement
regarding this matter upon the ",per.

ADDRESS BY MRS. V. I I. CHURCH, fence of every man beSoro me, .f at LIMITS'j
Washed Out to Sea some time In his life. if not grany f
j > Associated P!-ess. p j beautiful funeral services were held. CASHIER OF THE-BANK OF JOP- times, he has been forewcrned:: against IS IN FIRE

.. Richmond, Va., Oct. ,19.- :The::train I' The funeral procession, composed of certain persons by a faithful wife,

During Storm. bearing the body of Mrs. Jefferson:f COnfederate veterans with General S. UN-NEWLY ELECTED OFFI. sister or mother, which would have f:'
i
I Davis D. Lee as chief marshal,accompanied been wellfor him to have hved-ed.
arrived here this and CERS INSTALLED AND MEETING
morning
-- the !i i the remains to Hollywood. cemetery, A woman seems to hare the power to And a. Permit to Rebuild H'i 4 :
remains were escorted by local where they were laid Ito rest beside ADJOURNED.By divine the purpose that actuates or } :t !.
lasting several hours. The wind i is camps of Confederate Veterans to St those of her husband Jefferson Davis. the insincerity lurking behind an affable Was Necessary. ;'

60 WOUNDED officially reported at eighty miles Paul's church. At 3 o'clock. the family I There was a prqfusion of beautiful smile or cordial handshake, and i!. .
1Y perhour. Two schooners are ashor assembled and very impressive and flowers sent by many admirers. ;; lt -
'
er Tne loss in city and country is heavy. Associated:Press. having this :rower of discernment: she I; .
St. Louis, Mo, Oct '19.-Logan declines what men would accept }\
1t I fear considerable loss of life. Eight many CITVS CLAIM TO BULKHEAD :
ARE AT MIAMI C. Murray, president of the American and what would and has been ; :-
I deaths are reported In the city The National Bank Louisville, call- the ruination not only of men, but WEST OF PALAFOX STREET Sot\ t '
ocean-going shipping in the harbor is t
ed the convention of the American of the institution they '.
unharmed lighters but. We a number adrift and of launchesand tunk. P n 0 C EEB1NiGSBROUGHT: ANOTHER DELAY Y YIN Bankers Association to order and the I therefore conclude that represent.woman is FAR UNDISPUTED-THE FIRST '

addressed Mrs. V. valuable
delegates were by a adjunct and asset to any WATER : '
FRONT
Twenty-Eight Dead From REPORTS FROM MIAMI .1 I ,F. Church, cashier of the Bank of banking institution, and that she possesses CASE DECIDED : ;

.hl I GREATLY EXAGGERATED Joplin. ,Mrs. Church said, in part: in a very marked' degree the IN FAVOR OF CITY-TWO MORE"j i,. t.! I -
r1O, Wreck of Steamer St. BEGINNINGSWORK The qualifications of a woman in foregoing qualifications, which I here -
TB BY! :
>d- Jacksonville, Oct 19.-:Passengers occupying official positions in a bank again ,numerate: 'Hone 'y, integrity, ARRESTS. 1- "

((23Cl Lucie Will Arrive arriving to-nijht report that the dam are many, and while I do not feel Jfaithfulness, affability, good) habits, t: -t
age at M'aml has been greatly exaggerate that I possess all ot them, by any intuition and for that reason I be- j .,! 1-:i.. '
:t"ts :!_ The elegant East Coast f I means yet I will endeavor in the lieve she should be given such postsof : More interesting litigation in the I>
) '
12). To-day.: hotels at Miami and other points brief time allotted me, to' state some honor and trust, and believe that waterfront cases was started rester'I t .rf.
11- escaped. The greatest damage was GONZALEZ of the qualifications as I see them. any banking institution doing so dy. when E. E. Saunders, represented 1 [
ta.ora. to small hons3s and fences.' The first prerequisite for any bank would not regret the step taken. by Blount & Bloiiat, sued out a writ :

st, DAMAGE official is that of absolute honesty, Officers Elected. of injunction restraining the mayor, : t
rk.rt AT HAVANAAnd and I believe I am justified in saying Before final adjournment the bankers members of the Board of Public >. (ft

WILL Sl'RREMDER' that women as a rule, possess this elected as president O. S. Whit- Works and marshal from interferIng -" _. i
et.of.. For the Restitution of Certain -: Upon the Sewerage and qualification in a very marked degree. son, vice- president of the National with him in reconstructing Palafox :,

Ia. Perhaps theija are reasons for it, City Bank of New York. 'yeor Vicinity. Will Reach BURTON MONDAY Property Property : Drainage System, the such as their environments. ec. but the1 members ol the executive committee sented the city in the case, whichc i. '

:I 114 t whatever the cause may be I feel warranted are J. K. Ottley, :Atlanta. was heard before the circuit court) '.;:'
Two Million Dollars. Along the City :Material Failing to in saying that fewer women Among- the state vicepresidentsare commissioner and the temporary m4( ; f- '

- By Associated:: Press. I I' are.dishonest than men. : Alabama J H. Frye Birmingham junction granted. t.(t.:n .
Abilene, Kas., Oct 18.-Former I Water Font. Arrive. Sterling integrity is most certainly ; Florida. T. Piecton' Wallow,.Orlando This is the fourth injunction to ha{ b; '
Senator Burton to-day received! a telegram -1! I another qualification for the bank official ; Georgia, John Matigan Savan- issued against the city, but it is differ* ; .!) ,

NOTHING HEARD FROM CITY OF from his attorneys in St. Louis 4 I -- ; and right here again I claim nah; South Carolina, B. P. Grice, ent from the others, in that the city'* }- ;

I anouncing that thev had made: arrangements -. Unlawful retainer proceedings hive for woman that she; possesses this Charleston.The authorities allege that they lay noi .. -tj I
Ie.in KEY WEST SINCE THURSDAY I I for ex-Senator Burton to been ,brought by G. Walker Gonzalezin .Althou;h It was anticIpated during qualification in its highest form. Asa Incoming officers were Install. claim to 'the ,Palafor street wharf J '

Veee appear in court hi that city on lion- the judge's court .lor. the the.1 first portion of the week that the rule women are reared and trainee ed and the.convention adjourned. property, but refuse to allow the r I ,1
MOR'I!flG-Y.AGON': KE.S county nb.fntff'P.. ... .. '
OFFICIAL commencement of tn .hnntt. ..pt"f". "" i,4b.i. L'" t'
n- day next when tis mandamus of the resttuiwn: of waterfrontproperty, material for thj to bear themselves above reproach, ----- -'-w '""" y"wu"5:

,er REPORT -' MIAMI RE. United States supreme court upholding which he alleges the city is unlawfully the sewerage and drainage system and few of them would condescendto lying in the fire limits, until he had'!' ,1 .
;d.. hs sentence is to be presentedand retaining. The case' has 'been would arrive during. the middle of the do anything; that would lower themin CITY ENGINEER procured. from the city a permit to ie-; :; .i f

PORTS SAID TO BE GREATLY:: : Sir. Burton will be given into set for a hearing on Nov. 2. and the week, as well as machinery shipped the!' estimation of their friends or build, as is required of others constructing ,. h 4 11
the of the is from Orleans last week, the shipment buildings in the territory .,
charge!: court. It expected following order has been issued bv New : acquaintances or .In the business :-,
EXACS2RATED DIGS&TI. HOTELS he ,w.ll begin serving his sentencethe Judge Bellinger, and served upon has not yet reached Pensacola, world: therefore it would indeed be REACHES HOME designated as fire limits. Furthermore { ;! )
it Is stated that the Board I
work of
dif--
and the anticipated at four Works
same day.IEiDAYs Mayor BUss by the sheriff: rare to find a woman holding an official 'I' 1
-erent in the could not be at its recent meeting, stated that
points city a ,
in bank who would : I r
position a_
"The State of Florida. To the Sheriff -
permit would be :
l. KSCSIPD Gr : commenced ThBrc'ay morning. stoop to do anything that would tar granted the complainant ; : J.
cf count fttiBj ,
WORK AT I the Tat:,repivscDt3t7. >'leie o* the con nish her na.meor reflect upon her L. EARL THORNTON RESIGNS POSITION to rebuild that portion lying '= ;:: .
"We command you -summon tracting firm have been expecting the in the fire limits as soon as he made '[ :
city of Pensacola.: a municipality, and reputation. Not;: even a flattery of a IN WASHTNGTON AND written application and that ..
terra other expected
Y cotta pipe and material
-to; At an early hour this morn- ?f !1\ P. ENCAMPMENT Charles H. Bliss as major :of the'each day, now, since the middle of the to division bp otherwise of the snails than sincere would tempt and hon-her RETURNS HERE such application would be made. '- t :'I I
accla found
city! of Pea if they be
ing Tae; Journal wired The As- week but the shipment has evidently crable in handling the funds Instn 3t-- The board took the position that ., I
i! socIateJ: : Press for a spec al 1: within the county of Escambia per been delayed somewhere on the road, of her bank. the upper portion of the wharf was In L
sonally to be and appear before the but ed to safekeeping the fire limits, which extend to Hick- ,
li report from Key West regarding 1o By Associated, Press. may arrive on any train.T. -
No ::
; the safety of which there nn New Orleans Oct. 19.-A move count Judge for said county, on the Chalkly Hatton, who has been in All' Can be ,Fa' hf\.ll. I* Earl Thornton, who has been ory street and that to rebuild it would I Hit

.:. is much apprehension, but was & toward puttngthe! Insurance featureof 2nd day of November, 'A. D. 1906, to the city for several days, and who We all cannot. be bright, we all making Washington his home for the be necessary to obtain a permit as.

advised that no:hlng had been 7i the Knights of Pythias organlzation answer G. Walker Gonzalez in an action .wished to be present when the ,start cannot be wise and sagacious, but we past seventeen months, returned to required of all others, and the owner 4 JtO :
: hearJ; from there since the ni on a more independtnt basis wherein hp prays restitution'of: en the work was made, left last night all can if we will, be faithful; and the city last night and immediately of the wharf was so notified. : J

IYet i wires were cerred: away bye ; I was up for discussion in the Grand possession of the followingreal estate -I for Wilmington, DeL,..(having. urgent to be faithful in the performance of,I assumed his duties as city engineer Claims West Portion. :- t':I .
storm on Thursday: morning. It ?S 'Lodge to-day. with the appurtenances, viz- Business there. The work here will the duties imposed upon a bank offic- I of Pensacoli.Mr. The city claims as Its property that .. t'l .
; ; Commencing at a point on the eastside be in charge of two of his I I Thornton was! recently electedto portion of the water front lying west
e4 ; is hoped, however, that cornn$ A lodge of sorrow in memorr of assistants, ial is of the qualifications abso-! r
one
let mnnicaticn will! be had with i distinguished l Pvtluar!' w,o >..* .l*",'l of Alcaniz street which point is and as soon as he arrives in Wilmington lutely essential, and surely no one ,i[ this position by the city council of Palafox wharf, extending from Pal- -
264( feet and 8 Inches in a southerly another will leave for Pensacola.Mr. and upon his return to Washington afox street to the United States barge "," -
'n'C1' Key West some time to-day. I Ir. since the encampment was held to- will deny it that of all the qualifica-,' ,
.... .. direction from the northWf'3t''corner Hatton has everything arrangedand that resigned his position there as assist- office, and which was formerly in possession I :;. I

Ii. ""'" "'0'0 ft'4... .. .(.cr\-.-'" ...3<:'>.-.3' >.!'....<'J...c--....:>.< ""...".':.. day.Georgia camp No. 1, of Savannah of lot nineteen ((19)) in block five ((5)) his forces about organized, aid tions of faithfulness that a woman is her possesses highest and i'I' ant city engineer to accept the one of Captain Saunders, but it ia: : ; J'
af- .1 drilled in competition to pick the best In the city of Pensacola; thence in a the inspecting and supervising; forces in this city.; understood that the proceedings Insti- {.
southerly direction. Pensacola Bay will best.To I tuted yesterday have no connection : ,
lee Bv Associated Press. drilled company in camp and attracted ,be read} when the contractors be affable, polite civil c ur-
Miami, Fla., Oct 19.-Ths reported: much attention. on a line in continuation of the. west .are prepared to make a start. teous I is most essential for a bank I with this property, which Mayor Bliss: t.: <;\
states that
line of said lot nineteen ((19) being I S. D. BNNITTJR. counsel for the former -f
less of the steamer St. Lucie, Capt.iiravo II I official, esp cial1y one who comes in' has
possessor
e one hundred and .sixty feet to:Ui.Bay advised his client to
:
has been confirmed.A I of the .
contact with the customers .
- steamer arrived in port to-night! iT"EJVRONG\ MAN of direction Pensacola! along; thence the edge In an of easterly the TERRIFIC STORMIN bank. and all of you will bear me out PAINFULLY HURTHAD SaYs surrender that It to la the the city.intention The of mayor the "- t'!i, ,;

bringing s'xty wounded wlio were In the statement that many a good Board '
of
of nsacola 2i8 feet thence in Works to construct on the :
Bay ; -
l lIt taken to the hospi'aL Twentyeightdead WAS CAPTUREDMAN a northerly drecticin 152 feet:. thence I VENEZUELA bank account has been lost becauseof property a city wharf, something f!' :"
mil ba brought here tomorrow.It inattention
; some discourtesy or ; which is
,now badly needed by the ; ._
in northwesterly direction 75 feet: l
is believed that of the best
a rortion
and while It is true that our HIP-BROKEN AND HEAD INJURED city !
fieHnj: feet! was also lost.. thence in a westerly direction 147 bankers have this, ,characteristic, and -n\:
fv\ipt Bravo sepoys that Ellottiey : feet to the place of beginning, containing By Associated Press. some of them In a very marked degree BY FALL FROM LADDER CASE DECIDED IN FAVOR -

twenty-five miles!: south of SUPPOSED TO BE LESLIE three-quarters of an acre, San Juan, P. R. Oct; 19.-The' Red yet it is also true that some ,OF crnrOF PENSACOLA f4 l
- M'airl'! on which two hundred and fift7peo'e more or less, in the c'tv of PensacolaEscarobfo Star Line steamer Philadelphia arriving of them are quite uncivil impoliteand AT GULF MA-
tot RABB OF EVERGREEN,PROVES county, and have hen .and The first of
live was engulfed: : by a tidal to-day from Laguayra, Venezuela. discourteous-especially when it the waterfront cases to i -
11. CHINE WORKS.
-' wave Ytsterday morning and all of TO DE AUBREY RABB. :, thr this! writ reports that a Dutch steamer was lost is the morning after the night!; before come to trial was decided In favor of U" .
: beni Basted away. The same wave "Witness Henry Belhnspr. county in a cyclone near Laguyafa. The 1 and they may not be feeling in the the city. It was jthat of Gea Johnson, i :
r tI Ir i.,uhed the St. Lucie and Captain: judy tHe the Ifta day of October, Philadelphia was blown ashore but best of humor I hold it to be true In the employ of the Fisher estate, r'
I A. D, S. D. Bennett, Jr., a man who was arrested several
young. days since
'
fi-avo this ; !
\- was seriously injured.A Canton- 1906"HEXRY was only slightly damaged. Twenty that woman by nature embodies
The arrested
party near
: well known the who upon the charge of
throughout city
PIEM/WETl
targe containing ono hundred ment Thursday supposed to be Leslie miles of the' railroad between, Lfagnyara characteristic, and that It is exceedingly : obstructing South f.:
the Gulf Machine Florida Blanca
at
l street
*cople is said: to have: been torn away Ilabb, proved to be another party, and "County. ,Judge. and Caracas ws destroyed by the !; hard and ,unusual for her to be is employed fences the by erecting '
machinist painfully across
Works as Vo.as thoroughfare.
fro!'i its moor:nss at Elliott Kay and: his storm. otherwise than: affable, polite and extremely ThU i
he WaS given liberty.
yesterday TEMPERATURE" Injured there Wednesday, when he case was heard In the recorder's court !t. _
ahn p'cied'! uo afterward, fifty of th.Paseager5 courteous to all with whom
The man was Aubrey Rabb, a relativeof
yesterday -
fell a distance of about twenty feet, morning by Judge I.aney.
1
had been lost. the man wanted, but this fact was OF DEGREES SPENCER WILLINGTO she comes in contact Thig characteristic striking on some machinery. His who adjudged the defendant guilty at .
--- is only desirable with the .
e ; not proven until yesterday when parties ARBITRATEBy not hip was fractured, head injured and charged and imposed a fine of J5 ant J'f
IMMENSE
DAMAGEIN
were sent to. the jail .by the sheriff The maximum t temperature .at:Pen mal customers of the bank but Is' he suffered very paiiifa bruises costs. The collection of this fine was !'}

HAVANA AND VICINITY of Evergreen,.Ala., and saw at once sacola yesterday,according to weather Associated Press. Deciallv! advantageous: in dealing about the neck and 1>odr. I suspended upon condition that the de V .
that the wrong man had been placed bureau records, was 78 degrees at with ladi s. who are by nature diffident ': fondant, in
lUvana: 'Cct 19.-The cyclone I Washington, Oct. 19-A circular ; The young man was standing OB building the fence, run it 1
:
w '-a began here Wednesday: after-i' under arrest. 3 p. m. while the. minimum was 62 signed by General Manager Spencer timid and retiring. Such a one fear, a ladder engaged in p'ac.nt! a bit: (! on a line as set by the city surveyor. '4\
The party'arrested stated at the degrees at 6:30: a. m. who might eo: before a man with -
full ,of the Southern Railway Is being sent on a pulley, when the bottom of the !
'won reacaed its fury Thursday time that he.knew the man for whom Last year on the same date the :out to-night by the striking machinists and trmblin, wonld approach a woman ladder slipped and he fell to the I TWO MORE ARRESTS MADE
norning: when tha greatest damage the officials were looking, but that maximum was 80.-degrees and the proposing that the machinists de- officer of the bank with as much floor.A FOR ALLEGED VIOLATION
(>urred in the harbor::! and along the they would find in a short while that minimum! 69 ,d.egrees. turn to work grep> and ease as Fh" onld meet physician was hastily summoned
locks A number of smaller: craft they had arrested: the wrong miThe a friend in her own drawing room. Yesterday afternoon two employees !
taken to his home in the
sunk and and he was
; J Hhters"ere' some of the Fisher
information causing the arrest was Question of Habits.A estate were again arrested -
It
ambulance where!! was stated last
hrnse3 were blown down. I to and thenceto by the city authorities, they
telegraphed Evergreen banking institution being a depository night that he was resting easier than
of deaths is Counsel
The total nuailer Pens&cola. Special from the being Gea Johnson and Moss Davis,
of the people. time since the
for the funds at accident
Twcnty. all Cubans of the poorer I .... Wfeat ; any who were engaged In enclosing some
be carefuL
ca5' !. A nunbr 01 sailors are among must of necessity property on the water front with
officials.
. think of its -
Torrential rain completely stopped I it Is extremely important and POLYTECHNICBy by erecting a fence frontingon ;

'r ,*ii. F reet car service and trees in MAN FOR MURDER It Is more than probable that spe- special assistants from his, office absolutely necessary that conduct the habits of the, Associated Press. a street except on a line designated -

Wile blown down in larse; numbers. I cola and assist in the prosecution of the confidence to-day of the board of visitors of that the fence under construction ,j "
attorney general's omce at institution to
I I Washing. the '
faces :Main '
confined to the on streetTHOUSANDS
The c:>clon was : criminal
By Associated Press. some of the important cases who leave withit the Virginia Polytechnic Institute at
croYinces of Havana and P"nar! del Columbia, S. C.. Oct. 19-Commander ton will attend the approaching term' that are to be heard at this term of of the people It is not my purpose Blacksburg. Dr. .1. 3!. McBride announced I .
1- Rio "Iantanzas City ese ppd. Johnson was' hanged at Conway of the United States district court 'I court. The docket Is a very heavy their condemn savings. the lives or habitsof the acceptance of an appoInt- .

To-dav, tie wind moderated and the to-day for the murder of' Rev. D The attorney general has Intimated, one for this term and the criminal to fellow bankers-that may not ment on the Carnegie commissionand VIEW

<"'t Is resuming a normal appear-. Grainger a Baptist minister who denounced upon request of United States District I cases are of more than usual impor be my best for the eood of their institutions submitted his resignation as

ar-e. Johnson for living 'In adnl-i!Attorney Sheppard, that one or more :tance. I think gentlemen will president of the Institution. Ke has
-but you
Tt is e".mated that the damage l in tery with a woman. The woman was wit1l me that the average life been president for fifteen years. BODYOIJONES iI'S7

Havana Province will reach fully two also convicted and Imprisoned. Johnson agree conduct of a woman is as goodif

million dollars The recpntJy'plant- was a white man of influence and ; Chamber of Commerce Offers and not better, than that of a man. REPAIRS ON THE TUGOSCEOLA I Associated Press.
ed f
tobacco Is seriously damaged. !
crop means. The militia guarded the exe- man I want to COMPLETED I
t disnaraeing
Pnonrous damage I Is reTX>rted from cution. Without Atlanta Oct. 19.-Ten thousand ,i
ftp Ou'ras section the center of the sav that I believe woman possesses conductin Repairs to the big naval tug Osceola people viewed the remains of Rev. rjt
CitiesThe ofcod
S Hnaca district Assistance to Stricken this characteristic Sam P. Jones, the dead evangelist ,
and plantain growing MOB HOT AFTER degree as to were completed at the navy yard last
many small farmers" losing all they .... such a pronounced her for an official night the workmen finishing the task aa it lay In the rotunda of the state
*ad and being in great distress.: NEGRO FIEND preeminently oualify Insti late at night. A few days since the capitol here to-day. ,
banking
following telegrams were filed city and proffers Its assistance In any position with any tug had all of the blades of her propeller The body was brought here on a "
CTICIAL: ; REPORT FROM By Associated Press. tution. broken .she endeavoringto special train this morning and taken i ..
by Secretary Jones of the Chamber manner it can serve you. as was
Mobile, Oct 19-Sheriff Powers
S THE GOVERNOR OF CUBA of Commerce command us. Woman's Intutttooru. float the Spanish dry dock, and it to the capitol, escorted by hundreds :::.
last "Please
was notified this afternoon that a negro night: other of citizens and friends.
I could give -
If time permitted was necessary to place a new propeller <
Wash'ngton, Oct 19. The 'foIlw ? bad assaulted a _whita woman at "To' the President Board of Trade, "THE CHAMBER OF COMUBRCE, qualification that woman possessesto in position before she could be The body wag placed In a receiving "t

ing official! dispatch was received at a turpentine! camp near Pierce, Key West ana Miami. Fla "T. A JENNINGS make her a good and safe officer ofa again used. As the vessel Is badly vault here late to-day where It will .t-

the war department from Governor end that a mob of white men "The Chamber of Commerce ol "Acting President bank, but I will mention in concln- needed in the wrecking work the work be kept until the completion of the "j ri ::
*V ;oon. at Havana this afternoon in pursuit., At last"aCCO'.l1 ts Ala..I that is, finished last mausoleum at Cartemfile. UU ,
rushed the
I Pensacola begs to its deep -W. c. JOKES, s'on just one other. and II I was and it was 'i
I. "\ terrific was seen coming towards express of th
I.I. hurricane swept over negro 1 "Secretary. believe, peculiar to herselL I speak night. borne deaceittd.III n
I.L Havana and vicinity at midnight 'bile with, the moo m hot,purauit.r est sympathy for your sorely stricken1:


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I. 0"It' 'CEN..S" No. J. Hyer. Insurance Busines Solicitor. and, Stag,of Lic County.

ROSS E. POLLOCL K KH % 'wsuc K Co. .,... .. Lol;.t... Lch
OF 215. -J Insurance VTaehlngton 2
ITUFTS YOU ABOVEITHE CARES UFE .:, Insurance Co.' .........1t. .Pvde............_ S
4x of Escambl commb 214.' J. K. Hyer. Insurance Solicitor Home Insurance Co. .... S 1
Following Is the list of flc cosec with Issued the b7 ja was. for the period beginning 215., -.J-.K., Hyer. Insurance Solicitor Sun IBurce.01ce ...... 2 $
duplicates 'daVSfoSara: filed ending the 30th day of September. "* 21 'J;K. flyer Insurance Solicitor, Pate C.. 2
on the first and on i
HE.'liRY .BELLINGER. 1. K.-Hyer,-Insurance SUcitr.'he Insurance .. 3
GETS Goon Florida % J.: Sance
Escambia County
Judge ; 1u SUt Aerc ent In.
County K.Hyer
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Amount of license, 219. .J. K. Hyer. Ice Solicitor, Milwaukee Mechanics In. 2iF

N0. State. County- urance .. ...

L John Thompson. Merchant Business................................. 00| 1 60 220. J.: K. flyer Insurance.SIc ;: J. K.H.PWc J5$
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2. West Florida Steam Bakery Merchant .................... 00 J 54 Underwriters .1.... ...... ...
s BERTH 3. Jas. Jardenrick. Merchant .................................. ... %2 Insurance Solicitor. Travelers Insurance Co ..... ... .. J s 0
4. SCarritt Merchant ................................. 00 % J. K Ie.Ice Sctor. Fidelity and Casualty Insur- J
rr 5. Geo. Fatti Moreno.Merchant ...""............................... 300 J XX 1 .0 ace ... .....v/....................
6. B. C. Merchant .................... ............ 3 00 1 50 223. J. flyer, Insurance Solicitor, Boston Insurance Co. NN. i S
7. J. A. Duval ...................:..............y... 00 XX 1 50 %% ..........Insurance Solicitor Equitable Assurance &
Merchant t Le
8. McMillan Gilmore.Brick Co., Merchant ............................. 00 1 60 : Siet..................4......... -..... .............
9. Gulf Machine Works Merchant ............................ 300 1 bA %%4. Jos Insurance Solicitor, Federal Insurance Co. .. 2;
Named as Secretary to the 10. J. H. Porter. Merchant .................................... 3 I "r J 50 8 Jo V. Riera, Insurance Solicitor. Northern-Assurance Co.. !
11. F. Herman,. Merchant .............................:.......: 3 I 00 50 o V. Riera, Insurance Solicitor, Hartford Fire Ins Co .... J
12. Mrs. J. E. Grimier. Merchant ..........................:... '. 3 00 1 50 228. V Rer Insurance Solicitor, Phoi Isrc C 2; !
American Legation at' 13. O. H. Smith & Son, Merchant ............................. 300 1 DO 229.. Joa. Rer Slctr. Inauoe C.. ;
: 14. J. S. LInd. Merchant ...................................... J 00 XX > 1 50 230. Jos. ."ier Slictr. Peyla Fe'Ii
15. Frank Pate, Merchant ..................................... 00 XX 1 '0 dace ............. :
San Domingo. 18. Warren Co., Merchant ............................... \ oa 1 b0 :St Jos. V. there, Insurance&i iF a Fund Ins Co. ; !
l 17. John B. Fish Welch Merchant ................................ 300 1 50 % Jos V. Riera, Insurance Assurance Co. .
18. C. M. Merchant ,..................................: F. S 5X1 00 1 GO %3,Jos. V. Rer Ice Solicitor. Atlas Assurance Co. Za*
Wilson. .......... Of 1 60 t ..... .
19. Wm. Coombs Merchant ................... ..... f XX ?

.qw up ( Best flavor .. The many 'frIends In this city of "%9.1. Geo.. R. Sanders......Merchant...........Merchant...... ......::::::::::::::: 3 3 00 00 1.50 1 50 f .Jos. V. Rlera Insurance, Insurance Co. .Solicitor.........:..North.. ....irt..and. .Mercantile .....- $

'g d to Ross E. Pollock, a Pensacola boy will 22. VaYn'BVoiLr .,........."....*..............". 3 52 '1 60 235. Jos. V. fliers, Insurance Solicitor, Royal Insurance Co .... Zi
because I ... ...... .... 3 00 1 50 236. Jos. V. Riera, Insurance Solicitor, London
Merchant .................. and Lancashire
be pleased to learn of his good for 23.24. Joe Geo. E. Crannell. Merchant ...................;.... .n.: ... -3 00' 1 50 Fire Insurance Co. .......................................
'01" it is the tune in beIng- pppinted to the secre- %5.J.L L.McVoy &Merchant Co. ....................................... 2"t 150 237. Joa V. Riera Insurance SolicitPidence Washington 25
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taryship the American legation at 26. Naval Stores Co., Merchant .............t.......... .. Insurance Co. ............ ..... .
BestWhisKey pf 2T. P. Export Merchant, .. ............. ............... 00'! SCO 23 8 o V. Riera. Insurance Solicitor, Home Insurance Co. .... 5
San Domingo which he will hold in 28. Alez.Llndenstruth.Zelius. Merchant .................*...!...-............ "a XX jl 00 .% 0 V. Riera, Insurance SoUctor. Sun Ins. Office ......... 25
r connection with hJq._duties as weather 29. Jas. McHugh, Merchant .........-........................ 3| 2J oo Jos V. RIe Insurance Slcitor. te I.Co. Lie. i 5
\\\ / / rrL. ....... 3 00 241. ... f 5
\\\\\1I/t//\ 30. Wicke & Co., Merchant ....................... .... ,? K Z
observer at that station. 31. Merchant ....... ....... .... ....... j so 242. Jos. V. Riera, Insurance Solicitor, American Central In: 5 iiii4
Marston XX
Mr. Pollock has served several; .sea 32. & Quinn Merchant"V ................*.. 2' w z 4 surance Co. ............ .:............... .
.I................. 15 00 T 50 243. Jos. V. Rlera, Insurance MechanicsInsurance i
at San where ob-
sons Domingo an 33. H. Baars & Co., Merchant """""" .S ci.iw
'. 34. McMillan Mereant....... ....................". 18 00 9 00 Co. ......... \-.t..... .... 231
n ... server Is stationed only during the 35. The W. S.Mill Co Co., Merchant..;:....................4.. 58 00 29 00 Z4. Jos. V. fliers, Insurance Solicitor, Philadelphia Underwriter 2
si hurricane season and during the off 36. J. P. Williams Keyser. Merchant ..........*................... 44 XX %2 00 45 JO V. Riera, Insurance Solicitor, Travelers Insurance Co.. 5
.. 1 I ) ) ?;;. season has been stationed at 'Savan- 37. Union Naval Stores Co Co. Merchant ......................... 00{ 12; 00 % Jos. V. Riera. Insurance Solicitor Fidelity and Casualty .. ; s
t ) nah '. 38. The S. P. Shotter. Co. Merchant............................ 78 2x 00 247. Jos. V. fliers Insurance Solicitor Boston Insurance Co. .. *= Ti
as assistant .observer. Of his 39. D. &. L Mayer Merchant ............................." ... .. 6 J 00 |S 00 248. Jos. V. Riera. Insurance Solicitor, Equitable Life .......... ?:I
appointment the Savannah Morning Merchant ..............::...: 11 00 00 249. T. C. Watson, Insurance Solicitor, British-American As- >
40. Southern States Lumber Co., J ........ ................ ..........
News of recent date contains the following 41. Lumber Co., Merchant ............... 15 00 1 b0 surance Co. .. :
; ISID TOP .R-YE'WUISKEY which will be read with Interest 42. The The Southern States Lumber Co., Merchant ............ .40 00 |0 00 250. 1 S. Brown Insurance Solicitor, Georgia Home ......... 7 5
by Pensacolians 43. Bass Southern& Co. Merchant States .......................!.............., f4 00'. 200 251. S Brown, Insurance Solicitor Traders' Fire Ins. C .. -. ;;
: 1500 L. Brown, Insurance
30 00 Springfield
'F Is agd ill charred casks, in warehouses flooded with snnsbhe.distilled from best Nonhemtpe, "Mr. Ross E. Pollock, who has on 4.44... -Gordon.....&...Brown.......Hardware.......... Merchant Co.. Merchant.....:::::::::::::::: 12 00 C OG % rine Insurance Co. ..S1tor. ..... ...F ad.. M. IS i
t seleCted by a member or the firm and purISt water from wells sunk hun zeds or feet iDeo sobdJiIgestone. two different occasions been assIst- ..........,......................- 00 -1 60 253. J. J. Hooton. Insurance Solicitor:.i i and ; ;and
Goes to the heart,not to the heaL"" Il's a.le'11.." 46.47. J.Geo.A.A. MorriU. Merchant Merchant ................................. \ 1 50 G1 bH.. ..........." ..."..".... ....... ia
ant Cawthorn. {
Ferdinand Westhelmer Q Sons Cidiud.o..L.IIYDIe.ly,St.jMct.JU. observer at the local weather ...................................... 00 ? 00 254. J., i .Insurance &ijc N. Y. Underwriters'. .
48. W. L. Merchant XX ; .
. bureau,, has fallen into'a cozy berthin 49. Geo. Hall. Merchant ............ ...................... | XX 1 50 Agency .. ............ ...7......<............... %
San Domingo where he, has been 50. A. H.Keppear Butler. Merchant ..............r................!..... 300 1 EO 255. Jas. C. Watn Insurance Solctorl N. T..Plate Glass C. 5
.. in of 61. R. Hernandez. Merchant .................................... 300 I : 1 60 25. J. J. Hoton, SolcItor. Fire I Co 2 1
-.wt&o..n... z charge the government observation ....... 1 60 J. J. Insurance Orient Inc ........ 5
62. F. Merchant ................................. 3 XX Hooton. C J258.
station since July 53. John Klein DalUs. Merchant ..................................... i XX 150 J. J, Hooton. Insurance Solicitor, Phoenix Ins. ........ ju
"Word was received yesterday that 64. Mrs. S. A. Moffett Merchant .............................. 3 00| 1 T 60 259. Jas. C. Watn Ice Slctor. Rochester German-In- .
Mr. Pollock has been commissioned 55. Me Merchant ................................... 1 sce ..... ............;.... jy
Callegro
Coal and IceJor.Sale Winter and Summer.Get 66. Levi Brazwell. Merchant'.................................. 3 00 1 50 20. la.C. Watson, Insurance. Solicitor Scottish Union and Na- ', fN
secretary to the American legationIn 67. Consumers' Ice and Fuel Co Inc. Merchant .............. 3 00 1 50 tona'.................. .. .. .............. 2 fNe
San Domingo and will dischargethe 5i Pensacola Ice Delivery Co. ,Inc, Merchant, ...............: 1 5 261. .Ja C Insurance Solicitor, Tentonia Ins. Co. ...... % 2 5
our prices before placing your orders. Wes duties of this position in 59. L. Merchant ................................ I g 1 60 262. C Watn Insurance boUcltor, Wiiliamsburg C1 In
connec- Mr. S Buter. .. 1 '0 .............. ..... .... .... '
60. ., Merchant ........................... 3 suance C 2S|
ll Jellied o GaUoway apd Alabama best lump coal tion with his place as chief of the Peoples Dg Merchant ..............................,.... 3 1 "* 263., Ja Wato. Insurance Solicitor. Brt Aere I-
We 'still weather station there. G Cl.:. More Hop Merchant ...................................... 3 xr 00 1 60 ....................... .. ... .. :
maintaln- our up-to-date ice delivery "Mr. Pollock is Wing ................................ 3 00 J 5 264. Jas. C. Watson, Insurance Solicitor. Comer1 Union Insurance 5
: a young man but 63. Frank Seymour. Merchant Merchant ..;.................-.......... 3 { Co. ......................... .. ........... :
system. Our3>rice fot'l ice on platform at factory is he has been a hard student for sever 65.64. Mollie Patern. Merchant ............................. 3 0 .1 50 5 T. C. Watson, Insurance Solicitor, Hanover Fire Ins C Z 5 5

al years and has fitted himself for Philps ..... ....... ........ ........ 50 % T. C. Insurance Indemnity
25 Watn Slicitor. Fe Isu.
cerits'per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232. the opportunities when they came to 66. A. J. Malone. Merchant .!................................ 1 00 XX 1 69 ance ............... ............. s
W. Harris. 5
61. ThoS Merchant .................... ........... 3 00 1 50 267. ......Iuree.SUclr. Weschester Fire I Co......... ,
him. ,
The Moore Ice Company He learned Spanish and was 68. Sandey Merchant .......................!............. I XX J 1 50 268 ..... Sollctor. Caledonia I Co......... 254
given the San Domingo assignmenton 69. John Santos ........... ............. 3 00 60 269. Walker Life In.
two different occasions because he 70. Crlsn. Grer Co. Merchant... ...............................! 3 J OG f 1 60 srance Andern. ..............Solctor.. ......,.Tvee....... .......... : s!
Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets, '1. Poley. ............ .............. ....... 300 XX 1 50 271. Floyd ................................. 5 00
could speak the language although '2 C. L. McVoy Merchant ......t..................!....... I 1 60 272. Hop Johsn Retut......................................... 10 00 ;25.
l P. O. Box, 422. Phone 232 there were a long list ,of applicantsIn. Magrass & Wright. Merchant.................. ...... XX 1 50 273. Sam L Ludr Lundr':.........;............................... 10 0 s 0 >ti
..- the department who were begging 74. H. C Cushman. Merchant.. .... ... ..... ......:::::: f 0 i go 274. Quon Lundr.....;.. ................. ......... 10 3(1
for the ''5. N.WeUan. Merchant Merchant. .....:v.......... ..!%....... .. 'SO? 0 15 0 275. Sam .L, ................................. 10 00 5
same place. The government 76. Rlx Robinsn. Merchant. ...........r...... ...... ..... 600 3 276. Frank Seymour. Restaurant ................................ i 0 T {
maintains an observation station in 71.'V: H. White Co. ,...,........ .... .... .;..... 1 -0 277. The Southern Cotton OU Co. Oil Mil....................., 12 K ;}
m m San Domingo only during the hurricane 78. G. Morasso. & Co Store., Merchant Merchant .!.....! ..!........ 30 00 XX 15 0 278. Dannhelsser Bros, Liquor Dealer .................... 600 00 2C? C)
Th DRINK BOTTLED. 79. The John White 279. Dannheisser Bros,.Dealer in and ......... i 00 : i}
i season. 80. E. M. Adern:Merchant :...... ........."m:!::!!!! 27 00 13 0 280. Peter Bell Liquor Deer .. Cir.....Tobc.................. 500 00 2'4 t 0
pit "As these secretaryships are under 81.8i H. H. Byer. Ag Lumber .Merchant ............. 1% f 00 281. Peter Bell. Dealer and Tobacco ................... 500 ,')
the civil service and Mr. Pollock haS The Grma .... e ................... 3'00 150 282. The Singer Sewing Machine Co. Serving Machine Agent... 10 00 U
0 O. the qualities of never being satisfied 83. Z. G.. Porter. .Merchant Merchant..................................::. 6 00 3 0 283. Ike Heilbron, Liquor Der-............................... SO 00 2:9 M
S4. .. .... ...<................ .1 284. Ike ,. Dealer and ........ .... : :
.... .. 155 Helbn 0
lfII with what he has ne may be expected 85l E. B Gage Merchant........... .....-.................... 3 00 1 |J 285.. ,like I Crs......Tobc.. ..................... 6 i i.
- :b'a: 0 m ()[{/ to turn up In another and better position 86. 'Merchant ..........:.......................... 12 00 6 tO 286. Mathew Brown. Restaurant.............................. 500' 2 i)
) before he is !beard from again 88.87. Joe Kres&Co.Merchant ...................................... XX 1 gn %87. ..Wtlu. Liquor Dealer .......... .................. 50000 25t 4
Souz. Merchant ...................................... 1. I 0 288. J. W. ,.Dealer in Cia and Tobc............. 5 0 1.)
i 3 many times. He has many friendsin 89. Lax Merchant ..................................... 3 00 289. C. P. Cpalous. .......................... I 0 : i)
90. Ann Condon. 290. R. .............;.................... .
Savannah who will be pleased to P. Merchant ....................... ..... 3 CO 150 E Noble Mill 0 A
learn of his success. The new 91. John P. Cepariouz Merchant ......................... .... .. 0 { 291. W. ;. Dealer in Guns and Ptol............ 10 it
r Z : place 92. C Ceplos Merchant ..........:. .. ..r... ... s 1 |J 292. The Mobile Loan Co. Money Lnder..'. ......:..... 10000 54l i( )
5 o Before drinking see that you carries a good salary with! it." & Bro. Merchant ................. .. .=... 1 (0. 00 %93 Grant & co., Money Lenders .... ....................... 100 $ h
t.r'37 .:1 0 rAn 94. J. E. Dubuisson, Merchant ................-.. ..... | JJ ? 50 X % Jacobs & Son Saw Mill ..................................... 3 0: ;(1
Awful Cured. 95. Rosasco Brs. Merchant .................................. .3 00 1 50 295. The Gulf Transit CO. Contracting Stevedore ............... 10 '.
f:: 1 get the GENUINE. A word Cough 96.97. W.Mrs.N.J. T Pulliam. .............................. 00 1 50 2S A Somner Liquor Dealer ....................;............. 50 0 25i 0
0Q 0 "Two years ago our little girl hada 98. Pillmaiu Jlerhat.,........... ............... 3 00 1 50 Somner. Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco ....._............ 0 I
t:7) '* touch of 99. Henry R. E. Noblei & Son. Merchant .............:.....:. ....... 3 00 150 298. Luclnda Paye Restaurant Seating le than 20 ..........' -. 2 i 9
) to the wise is suffIcIent. pneumonia which left her .. ........ ...... 299.
100.V.. J. & BJForbes. Merchant ..... ..... 60 00 2:0 Corriano &Fara.Liquor Dealer I Pic 1f(T-
: 0 with an awful cough. She had 101. N. J. Brewton- Merchant ..........:!.......:....d........... 0 ferred t.ame J"arevc Feb 10. n0. .... ... 600 00 1503 E
spells of coughing Just like one with 102. Hargis Merchant ....................... ..... 1 50 300. Corriano Farln. Tobacco ....... 500 3'
the whooping 103. J. Phnac.. ................................ 300 150 301. Corriano & 3 Pool Tables. Connected Wit B..150 00 75 D
cough and some 104. C. A. Merchant ............................... 3 00 1 50 302. Zirkelbach Far Liquor Dealers in 00 2.) t)
: Hygeia Bottling Works thought she would not get well at 105.- J. L Shlnhue. .......................... .,.. H 6 303. Zirkelbach & Thompson Dealers in Cigars and Tobacco 6 00 q
all. We got a bottle of' Chamber 106. Stephen Merchant ............................... 0 3 g 304. Swift Wholesale Dealer in Fresh Meats ...... 100 00 ;()
lain's Cough 107. Bniay Son Merchant ................... 3 1 305. .e Electric Light and Power Electric LightCo
i 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587. Remedy which acted 108. Geo. PEnsla.Oliver Work. ............................. f g 1 Capital under 8100,000 .........; C.. .. .......... 60 00 2JSOB. ')
like a charm. She stopped coughing 109. Phil Merchant .......................:............ 3 1 60 Bastiano Palano. Restaurant, Seating less than 20 ........ 00 1r
and got stout and fat" writes Mrs. 110. Geo. llnnon Merchant ............................... 3 00 1 50 507. H. O. De Silva & Co, Shingle Mill, less than 25,000 .... I 00 : .)
..................................................... Ora Bussard Brubaker IlL This 111. J Petern. .................................... 50 00 25 308. H. G. De Silva & Co., Manufacturer Sash ;and
is for sale 112. A I Aver. (Merchant ................................ 3 1 0 BUnds .......................................:.... ... 7 60 )
remedy by all druggists. 113., Bastiano PaJa.no, Merchant .........*........................ 3 0 1 60 309. Te N. T. Loan Co. Loney Lender ........_............. 100 00 69 M
114. E. CqiUson, Merchant ................................ 3 1 60 310. H. Thorton, Insurance Solicitor, Maryland Casualty
Y Phone No. 178 115. Mr.. Hargrove, Merchant ................................. 3 0 150 Company. ...................................... 2-'
116. C Fisher Furniture Merchant ..................... 3 00 311. IL H. Thornton Insurance Solicitor Insurance
'I COAL AND WOODJWe I Is Now Working.Sol 117. S. House................................... I 30 0 160 Company. Newark .............Pdent. .......... 2.1
118. H.E.Ewars& Co.. Merchant ........................... 1 60 312. L Daniel., Real Estate Agent ....................... 1000 I t)
Cahn & Co. 119. McKenzie Oerting &. Co- Merchant ........................ 21 0 10 50 313. Brown.'Real Estate Agent ............................ 10 00 (
120. Consolidated Grocery Co.. Merchant .................. 88 00 00 314. I. R. Wilson, 4 Billiard Tables,'disconnected from bar..... fO 00 1C (
121. Te. H. Merchant ................................ 3 00 f 50 315. I. R. Wilson. Dealer hi Cigars ................ 5 00 )
122. F. M. Thortn.. ..................................... 3 00 150 316. C. Gunter Elmore,,Cotton an.Tobc.. .. ... l'I )"
t deliver Ice, Coal, Charcoal and Wood any- : 123. The Furniture Co.. Merchant ...................... 12 6 00 317. The Pensacola Ga3Co, Manufacturer rG ::::::::::::: 100 5"' "
ENTRIES FOR THEDeFUNIAK 124. A. Forb. Merchant .............. ................. 3 0 1 50 318. Milton Jenks Restaurant Seating less than 20 :......... 5 0 )
where in the city. We can supply in quantity i '125. Star Morrn.. Merchant ................................. 3 0 1 50 319. S A. Liquor Dealer hi Precinct .............. 500 00 2:& )
you any 126. F. B. Bruce Merchant ........................... ........ 3 00 1 50 320. f. A. Fedm. Dealer I Cigars and I ............ 5 00 ; .)
is 127. & Co.. Merchant .................................... 12 C 00 324. C\Valn Co.. Estate Tobcc...............,. ZO 00 !' (>
i and our service always prompt. Steam and dom | FAIR 128. Cr. Hudson Merchant .................................... I 0 3 32% A. E Gideu. Liquor Dele in Precinct IS. (Trnsfere
129. Jas. Hanson & Co.. Merchant ................:............ 1 0 June 1. .) ...................... 500 00 2;> t)
stic coal 'i Wood cut any size.. I 130. W. A. Everett. Merchant ........................ .......... 3 0 1 50 323. A. E. Gide.Dealer in Uquor and (Transferred
131. The Cudahy Co.. Merchant .....................:!......... 3 1 50 to June 18. 19O.) .....Tob.. ............ 600 2 '
I 132. Mrs. M. J. Slater. Merchant ............................... 3 0 1 69 324. C. Marasales. Liquor Precinct 12. ................ 500 00 25"
I. RUNNING FAR AHEAD (OF 'EXPECTATIONS 133. E. B. Hoffman & Son Merchant .......................... 3 0 1 50 35 C Marl Dealer In Cigars and Tobacco .............. 5 00 J
E. G. SEWALL 134. The Pensacola Gas Co.. Merchant ....: ...:............... 6 00 3 Geo. W. Thompson, Liquor Dealer In Precinct 13 ........ 600 0 2 )
-SPECIAL RATE 135. F. U. Athey. Merchant ..................................... 3 00 1 0 327. Geo. W. Thompson.*Dealer in and Tobacco ........ 6 0 :
136. J. H. Register, Merchant .................................. 3 150 328. The Lewis Bear Co. Liquor Car ........ 600 : >
I. 26 North i iI FROM PENSACOLA. 137. .Wile Harvey. Merchat .................................. 3 0 1 59 329. C. S. Bonacker, Merchandise Broker ..Prnc. .1........ 0 '
f Tarragona-Street., /: 138. ker. ......................'............... 150 830. The Escambia County Abstract Co Abstractor of Titles.. 10 00 *
139. S Geker. Merchant ....................................... 30 1 60 331. The Pensacola Investment Co, Real Estate Agent ......:. 10 00
--pjones; 614 and 363. 140. Saunders & Co., Merchant ......................... 3 00 1 60 332. The Embl County Realty Co, Real Estate Aent ... 10 0 .. ,
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i The Standard Clothing Co. Merchant .... 12 00 6.00 333. Ceo. Insurance Solicitor for Sp
I Secretary R. W. Storrs of the 'I>eFunlak 14. G. Dahlsbrom. Merchant ....................... .... Wetwor 5I)
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fair was. in town last night %. A lIoks Merchant .......: ............................ 3 0 1 1 60 50 334. Hannah ....... .. .............ii............................ coming down to engage er's Band 144. Harris ; Merchant .....................,,.....i.<... 1 50 335. The Southern Stte Lumber Co, Shingle Mill ..,.....,. 0 I c')
145. Milton Jenkins. Merchant .. ......................_.... 3'0 160 336.. Walker Solicitor for Hamburg Bremen I
for that occasion. 146. M. L Hail Merchant ..................'.........;......... 3 00 1 50 Fire ..................................................... 230
r ... ... ''Mr. Storrs said that the entries 147. Kahn & Co., Merchant ............................. 50 25 337. Walker Insurance Solicitor for German-Ameri
s :: were running ahead of anything that 148. Wele.. I Levy, Merchant .................................... 3 0 1 ( can of Andern .... ......... .........-....... ... J't
149. C. Johnn. Merchant .................................. 3 0 1 60 338. Walker Andusn, Insurance Solicitor for Glens .In-
had been counted on. In the poultry 150. John Merchant ...................................... 3 00 1 50 surance ...*..............................Fa.. .. 2 '*
dtiifi.r. r i r .1 department there are already over 151. D. Shuler. 'Merchant ..................................,;;. 3 00 1 SO 339. Walker Anderson Solicitor for New .i.
200 entries and In the road horse 152. Frank Philipl. Merchant .................................. 3 00 1 60 of Manchester .Ice. .. ....................Hamphl. 2 cd<
ornitureiWe cdntest !Ken of the 153. J. B. Roberts & Co., Merchant ............................ 6 00 3 00 340. Walker Anderson. Insurance Solicitor for St. Paul F. &
best teams In 154. ...... ... ............. ........ )
Jackson & Dorsey, Merchant ; ..... ......... 3 00 1 of St. Paul Min. ... ......... 2 <1
west Florida and south Alabama have 155. Harrison Bowman, Merchant ..... .................... 6 00 3 6 341. Walker Solicitor for and
been entered.On 165. ..&. .. ....... .. Merchant ..................., 1 50 London and Globe .......................Uvel............. 2 5/
2nd 157. Henry Mor. Merchant ............,......;..... ........ 30 1 50 U Insurance SoUcltor ,for Aetna
the day of the fair Thursday 158. The Bear Co.. Merchant .....,....................... 128 00 63 % Wakr Adern..................................I.C.... 2 ',9
Nov. 1, Gov. Broward Gd Hon. 159. D. Kugleman & Co.. Merchant .,........................... 21 00 10 0 343. Walker Anderson Insurance Solicitor fO
have everything needful to make the Frank Clark are to have their debateon 160. Jacob Kryger. Liquor Dealer ....................... 00 25000 Co. of St. Louis ........ .... .......Cte'.......I.... 2 :1
the 161. Jacob Krjger, Hotel...................... ...;.."III. 50 760 344. Walker Insurance Solicitor for Ins of North .
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r, bedroom one of the most attractive rooms i drainage amendment and a 162. Jacob Kryger, Dealer In Cga and Tobacco .....:........ -150 2 50 Adern. ...........................C.. ....... 2 *
special rata of. f2 for the round trip 163. New Metho Lunr. Ste .................... 10 0 6 345. Anderson, Insurance Solicitor for f
in the house. Our line of dressers is large, from Pensacola has been made by 164. Ic Fator Ludr. .................. 7 BO 0 Wake C ........ ....... ............ Content... .Is. 2'3
Ix & N. for that 165. W. A. Blount, Lawyer ..................................... B' 34$. Adern Insurance Solicitor for Ins. .
showing a great. many different designs and the day. The regular 166. W. A. Blount, Jr.. Lawyer ...................... ........ 10.0 c 0 of :... .......... ...Po .C. 2 'A
from $9 to $45. Handsome bed- : rate for the four days Is one fare 167. A. a Blount. Jr.. Lawyer .. ..... ...,,t........ 5 847. Walker Anderson, Insurance & for Amerkraa Fire ,,
ranging plus twenty-five cents. 168. The Osceola Cub belling Liquor to members over-75....... 10'0 75 O Insurance Co. ............ ci...... ............. 2 &''
steads at $5 to $10. Easy rockers from : 169. The Fisher Etate Agency, Real Estate Agent......... 10 00' i 343 Walker Anderson Insurance Solicitor for London
$1.25 170. The McMillan Shingle Mill 0 .............. Au.'j '
Wounds. Bruises C. 8 than 2a.OQO.*...... B E ante Corporation .. ........... .... *

to $20. Druggets, $5 to $50. i By applying an antiseptic and Burns.dressing 17.. J.The C.McMillan Avery Mill Co...Saw.....J cpct..50,00.. ;...-:.......... 10 00 0* c %?. 349. c dprr .Insurance............Solicitor..........for...Travelers.........Insurance' -, .,
to wounds bruises 173. The States Saw Mill, less 350. C. Insurance Solicitor, U. 8.
burns
and like injuries Suthtr Lumbr capacity Fidelity and Guar-
before inflammation ........ C. ....1........-........ 6 12 so m .. ........ 2 "*
sets in 174. Southern States Lumber Co. Saw caacitunde' 1 G 351. C. HDorr.. Insurance Solicitor, Hamburg Bremen .. '
y they may be healed without matura- 60,000 i..........................-...MU .........;.... .(75 6 3S C. H. Dorr, Insurance Solicitor for German-American Fire of -
BUY NOW PAY LATER. tion and in about one-third the time 175. Southern States Lumbr e Saw Mill capacity under 2 % New York ............................?................. 2 4
required the 50,000 .."............ ..... ...... ......... e 23 353. C. H. Insurance Glenn Co, of
by old 6 fo
I treatment. Thisis 178. Yarn Bros.. Turpentine Still........:.,....:...;...... 25 ?HA S Dr. .SUct. ............Fa I. ........ !I
the greatest discovery and triumphof 177. W. B. Wright Co. Saw Mill, 50.00 capity............II 6 0 2 K S54. C. H. Dorr. Insurance Solicitor for New Hampshire Fire ot .,
I modern surgery. Chamberlain'sPain 178. Joe James, 4 Pool Table bar ....... 40 00 20 00 Manchester N. Y. ............................. .. -
Balm acts on this 179. Joe James ( Thomas Rancher Jan. 12. 'OS 5 00 355. C. H Dorr Insurance Solicitor for St. Paul F. & M. of St.
MARSTON & It is same princi- 180. G. W. Sims A Co.. Hotel, capacity 60 to 75 ...... .7..II 25 00 ll to Paul :. . :. . 2 v'
QUINA I Ii ple. an antiseptic and when applied 18. G. W. Sims & Co..Dealer In Cg and 1.2IIIIH 00' 1 12 356. C. H. Dorr, Insurance Solicitor for Liverpool London and

to such injuries causes them to J. Ser. Merchandise ...;h.Tob...... ... | xr Globe Insurance Co. ,,,,,,;,..,,..,,;,,,, 2 "0
heal very quickly. It also allays the 183. A K Liquor Dealer In Precinct .}...... GO 357. C. H. Dorr, Insurance Solicitor for Aetna Insurance Co. of
108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. pain and soreness and prevents 184. A K Johson Dealer in Cigars and Tob 1 .......IIII". GO 0. ? 2 0 Hartford ................................................ 15D
iF i any 185. Thiesen Dealer In Precinct 1 .......... XX C. H. Dorr. Insurance Solicitor for Citizens' Insurance Co, .
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a 186. C. Dealer in Cigars and Toba....;..... I .GO. ra 0 3:8 of St. Louis ............................................ 5
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.
f..I. .................... bottle of Pain Balm in your home 187. C Thiesen, Liquor Dealer, ............II I EoO 0 ..2 359. Insurance for Company of .

-- and it will save:you time and,money, 189.188. Thiesen. Dealer I. Cigars and Tobacco .... ... I..." 5 0 0 z'2% 00{ C Noh l D.Aer .... SoUctol. .....Inne. ,.... .... ...... .?
Armour Wholesale Dealer
Packing in Fresh Meat 100 6 360. C. Solicitor for Company of .
4 not to mention the inconvenience and 190. Gordon &Brw Hardware e Deer I Guns, Knives 5 New Dr. lnrce .............Ctet. ......... 0
suffering such Injuries entaiL For and ............... .. ............... 3(1. C. H. Dorr. Insurance Solicitor for Company, of .
sale by all druggists. 191. M. L. Roth, Restaurant, seating Ie than 20 -...... ... 100'I on en Brooklyn .. ...................Poi. .............. 2 '*
Women. Can Paint With Stag Wood Stains 192. Fk Reilly. Dealer in Car ad Tob........ ..*. 5 00 C H. Dorr. Insurance Solicitor of
193. .. HaD Livery ........ ..... i& 5 2 00 50 % Philadelphia ....................fo....Aerc.. .. .Fr....... ?
x Quality Counts-Use 19. Morris Liquor Dealer in Precinct 1...;.." 0 150 363. C. H Dow, Insurance Solicitor fo London Assurance Corporation ,

Just the thing for giving to surfaces of various LIGHT HOUSE BREAD.Pfeiffer't 19 15. Mor. Whit.Dannhe Shooting sser, Dealer Gallery in Cigars.. ..and.....Tobcc. ...IIIIIIII 15 O'o 0 --2 60 0 SS4. Vidal & Smith of ,London Liquor Precinct 13..:::::::::::::: 500 0 .-.*? ,

'! woods close resemblance to the natural wood. Suit- Steam H. Broker ....;......... .... ... X 365. Vidal & Smith Dealer in i.b and .. .... 5 -
Bakery.NOTICE. 00 .. 0
198. Wilmer S. Hall, Dentist ............i........ ... IA I 366. Marine Grocery Co,, Merchant ...... Tobc 6 J \
.
able for halls parlors, dining rooms,,bath rooms etc. 199. Henry Rauscher. Liquor Dealer to Precinct 14 ........... '.00 0 2x0 00 367. The Gulf City Coffee Co. Merchant ::::::::::::::::::::::: 00 4
Henry Dealer in Cigars and .. 0 0
Easily applied. $1.75 a gallon. %. ...Rucher... .............. Insurance Tob...... ;...... g t rx 358 F. W. Vicent. Meht.........(Trsfer.. to...c Jithel.De-... 30 ".
F The Pensacola Bar Baptist Association 202. J. K. Hyer,Insurance Solicitor, Northern Ins.' Co. ...... Z* 5 369. Well" ......................;.... 30 t,
CP Y, meets with the Olive Baptist church, 203. .J. K. Hyer.Insurance Solicitor Hartford Fire I C ... ? 12 370. Brht IIe&Bt. .,.......................... q
one mile east of Olive station. Thursday 204. K. Hyer. Insurance Solicitor Phoenix Ins. .. ...... 2 371. J. Arbena. Liquor Dealer in Precinct 13 ................... G 0 %: )
I night) at 7.30 o'clock. October 25. continu- 205. J. K. Slyer, Insurance Solicitor, Sun .Co. ..,.. fc t 5 372. J. In Cigar and .. ............. 8 : 0,
! Saunders Mill ing through the following Sunday. Octo- 206. J.. K. Slyer, Insurance Solicitor, Pennsylvania Fire Ins: Co.. % 50 373.V..Arba'Dr A Gabk. Merchant .Tob.... .................... 30 ;
Company ber 28.17 p. m.' Dinner Friday Saturdayand 207. J.' K. flyer Insurance Solicitor Fireman's Fund I. ;. :_ 374. Merchant ........... ......... 0 : ,
Sunday at the church for all. A com- %0 J. K. Hyer. Solicitor Western Assurance Co. ... ..C... IS 375. Blanca le ............................ 3 0 '
Phone 717. 21 East Canfea Straat. mittee has been appointed to meet trains %0. J. K. Slyer Insurance Solicitor Atlas Insurance Co. .r..... 25 376. J. MPfelSer, Merchant .... ....... ... ............ 3 1.* (
Nos. C, 4, 13, 1 and 5. Everybody cor- % J. ti flyer ins Solicitor Nor Bri and, Mercantile. 377. W. H. Merchant ............................... 3 : '
dially invited. So all that feel it their I. ...... I. 260 Hudson Jllfel4 Merchant ..................._. o...... J 0 U
duty, can bring refreshments 211. J. HyeT/insuranceSoUcltorIR insuranV. Co,. JB -
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1 teen puny I ROY At (0.I MAr U MUSWRIr ANOTHER ADDICKS;_ !AllE() ;f I Gained Ten _Pounds in Two Weeks j i lit


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Mr.J.B.
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Z 2 2 50 51)Z 50 t I BRAt D .COLLARS I ON ,":, I'i'"' .( -- away'1150 pounds from? 180. Ina pounds few to t 'j' ;' f


2 So J ..:months, ,. praises Duffy's J 1- ;
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Pure. Malt Whiskey for : ;

2 2 50 SO The Whitest Collar Made' Y Ys: r President joint Ball, and call I restoring his health. .f it' I i11 I

251 : the state > : < required only two bot i! !! rr

2 so Ics :to effect and '
a cure i

2 2 250 54) : in 1-4 and 3-4 sizes, the collar that fits i \ were th3.t.al-I: Jt/. <' increase" his weight 10 1 ; 'ftf\ t

Allet.: ,, ,
%250 54) i the neckband of a shirt as a collar should. i I takes in black any j I II ,"' '' '.' pounds, according to his ,- .r ''I tl j

250 250 i that he i3i j : 0V7W ,. ,own, statement, written -; i l

Z 50 i in writing,. y 11 *.. June 61906, which follows 4'
i get out of it,' r.
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259 I 15c 2 for t 25c I with'I|, -, /t < : I!
2 50 or I ba led. to!i i *Jr r '"
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2 50 to an al ii: ,t ; -'Daring my seventeen years as a salesnun F".
I is a source! 1$4 -, ,": of general merchandise I hare lost : tI ,
250 essrs Allee I I ''" about six month time only until recently -. i. ,
250: i We wonder if everybody reads our ads i ii in circula r = '' iriiea I contracted a severe attack of branit J,
2: 50 < cLiis which made me feel as though I had t J i 1

2 2 2 so 50 50 i; and if they are sufficiently individal l that i money is a myf to 1I 1 't' 5. consumption.."1 had been bothered with a slight tougl .. $ d i '.1.Ii... ', 'i

&s prac, J for eight or nine months. I lost in weight ; ; r Ji .
250 : they are recognized without 'the name. i I years. I -/ I .. '' from 180 to 150 pounds My doctor recoro. ,41;,
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/ I of his re-I I ifi / mended Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as the 4r } 't :,
2S50 I support of / 1 / best cure for consumption, so I decided to f "
250 .: We'll see. ?11 !' 'of the I f / try It, and after using two bottles sweetened .. .
2 50 f i I[ ,! is connected 1 I WJ with rock: candy, I gained tea poundila jr '
250 250 : A collar free to the first 50'men who :1 i i I com- d two weeks. :: <
: j the ""Powder 'IfJ/h :: "It certainly does all the doctor told me- ;;1 t fg
2 50 as it 13 his I I' r it would do, and is the most effective tonic ....; :t :
2 5025i i cut out this ad and present it to the right i 'I I: of the com i and stimulant I have ever taken. The doc .-! f ;',
> o Dupont i t i ( I I ,I ,\ # tor had me order some of it for his! patients, ':f;:
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ISoZSt :. store by J2:30 noon to-day. i I I cOI1panv'I'', \\ ( 1fI( 1 I It JI i \ %,t/f J///// so you .n see Respectfully what he thinks yours of, iU ._:, i (-

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: MR.I. B. COOPER. j.B.COOPER.Whiskey !t
250 ...$. ..eo .$....t.... ..........:......+: : fi :

-- so 50 I Duffy's Pure Malt I:
-so: :hl
.150:: SOMETHING NEW AILED TOFIND Christian" !

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250 f ff Milled Beauty Pins, 25 and 30c per pair I In Ala lia i b an absolutely pure, gentle :and invigorating stimulant and tonic, it builds up the nerve &I "if. l. .

250 w. A. Gahlenbeck, 213, 3 Palafsx: Si PROPERTYSHERIFF of a hill j! tissues, tones up the bean, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscle -oURE do t.l { ,' 1.
2 50 I and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital) forces, it makes ,. it ,
j ; the edge of digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it inn4).' i '
250 COTTRELL, before the i I, tains. It is invaluable overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It : '
3: 500SG FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. built by 11' strengthens the system, is a promoter of good health and longevity makes the old young ,' 1"f'; :
Pensacola. Fla. VAN PELT PAID, VISIT of Maure- I and keeps the young strong. Duffy Pure Malt Whiskey is a form of food ahead, cs s':: ; ,;1'1't.;'r
:: 1! digested, it contains fusel oil and is the i. '" >.1 ...
: TO POINT WHERE MUCH SUF- for himself no only whiskey that. recognized: as a mcdi- .a .
: daughter j I tine. This is a guarantee. W rn It '

:J? 53J PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON A.SINCE!BELL.1870.!>> FERING WAS ENDURED. : The I Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct, In sealed Bottles only; t r :; 'j'f; .

:: 50 Kcdak! Su pliel.! Finishing! tot Araatears.: his wife 1 I never in bulk. Price $1. Insist on the genuine, and see that the "Old ;;' !1 ,
Festus, the it
i 50 Although search was made by the : time of St. Chemist" trade-mark is on the labeL! Beware-of, refilled bottles and : (4,
: so
.00 R. K. WHITE, sheriff and others in the party, none by a spurious malt whiskey substitutes offered for sale by unreliable dealers. '' : 11 1
.00 ttcfcirtter.fcUnaUctimng Jeweler and Graduate of the belongings of Sheriff Van Pelt, '
"> 00 the 'the hurri- of the four They are positively harmful and will not cure. Medical booklet and doctors '
- (fUclan.30 S. Paialox Street. Pensacola. Fla. lost across bay during :
!.00; 50 cane, when the sheriff and his little moldings on advice free. Duffy Walt Whiskey Co;Rochester, N. Y.' EM -1"Ir !
1
: 50 son came near losing their lives were and may if j,
'.01) recovered last Sunday when the sheriff Tomb of the '- }
Told LEWIS BEAR
CO. DISTRIBUTERS.
> 1i0'M Tersely with a number of others visited within the : ',
the point where he spent hours of : .
; 50 i iniH eventually .
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babies
Mrs. B. M. Solomon and two and "r
,00 suffering misery.
off from It ,
>1(10 leave today for Montgomery ;I The sheriff: his little son, Mr. and I LIST OF CLERKS 'I"; I'1.
;
; 50 where they will spend a week. or :Mrs. LeBaron Gonzalez and son, and be moved 1 r : t i
: 50 i
: 50 more visiting relatives. I IIrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dunham formed a I I The tomb >
, 00 pleasure party that was across the bay It contain- "Get it at D'Alemberte's"Cooper's r: J
: 50 ? J. N. Jameson who left this AND I INSPECTORSCHOSEN .
think
when the hurricane struck this sec some
: 50 city on the ear of the recent storm I'
, 50 has returned from Opp Ala., where tion. The house they were occupying # di I'1
,,01) she went to be with her husband who was carriEd'away., and those who survived to dis- :! :
' 00 00 has been ill I spent hours in water almost to of the king BY COUNTY COMMIS-
75 their necks'finally reaching the homeof two cham Quick Reliefi-i I 1'
I :Mr. and Mrs. "Wm. F. Reed Sr., ,AL Dunham but not before Mrs. SIONERS TO CONDUCT THE ,
0a yesterday from outside, to 4 f
arrived the :
in city Gonzalez and little son Had been
50 and the NOVEMBER ELECTION. ;'. ;i'{ <
Washington on a visit to Mr. drowned. younger
50 Mrs. Win. F. Reed Jr., and will spend _The visit of _the sheriff Sunday. was idea of r:
m' several weeks here. Mr. Reed is auditor more to.visit the scene where he m In the o 50 cents Ii t:

00 so t of accounts and disbursements endured such suffering than to recover j Egypt Por Precinct No. 1-D. M. Cherry. James ;
00 ''In the navy department.Mr. any of the belongings which were of Egyptian Jones C. W. Andrews, inspectors; A. i
50 and Mrs. C. L. Wiggins and carried away when the house was de- I sug Benton. cleik.
00 Mr. and Mrs. W B: Jernigan of Pine stroyed. None of those who were with PrecinctNa.Floyd. Athey H. C. Mil-
,
colony
may Ire. J. F. Helton, Inspectors; W. H. White
00 Barren were in the city yesterday on him when the hurricane struck the IllIllIll'R I There are clerk. New
50 a short visit, Messrs. Wiggins and place, cared to make the visit. ,; in Al- Precinct No. 3-W. W. KIrksy. Harry Cooper's Discovery
00 Jernigan coming here to attend. the 'tItEo: G.Brewton. inspectors; G. A.Morrill .
ONE 'STORM, VIEW GIVEN WITH I Oran and ,.clerk.PreclnctlNo.. ,
CO meeting of the- timber manufacturersand EVERY 10c PURCHASE OR OVER. I .latter.be-; 4-John Longren E. Pad-
00 sh'ppers.Among : WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. I the tomb: ir clerk.ett.WllkBdggs{ Inspectors; John Gates $$1.00 jJi
"vPreclnotf.No.
50 the prominent lumber man.ufacturers 3L however, ist S-J. C. Cowan. Alex. '
in the city yesterday In I : in ancient w'ebfa.TSW. A. ,Waters, inspectors. Jas. :
50 : 11
:
00 attendance upon the meeting of shippers I I 'I f Kicholsen,Precinct'No.,!clerk.6 Thos. Davison C. H. ; :
00 and manufacturers were H. B. NO SALE OfSTORE Jackson. Alex. McVoy. inspectors; Ollie ;
!
00 Frierson of River Falls. Ala., and G. Jennlngsx clerk. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY '
50 Precinct No. "7-A. D. Nicholsen J. O.
AV Foshee' and M. A. Travis, of Co- j
00 Ward a;. 'A. Tucker, Inspectors; C M. ;
00 basset, Ala. BUILDING Wiggins, clerk.Precinct .
50 M a Cart No. 8-Taylor Crabtree A
00 The damage suit of Mrs. Zoe A. J. L. : .'
L. Mathiaa A. Fleming inspectors. ; f
50 Steele vs. the Louisville & Nashville McCallum. clerk ,
00 Railroad Co., wherein she claims 85- us that it Precinct No. -J. A. Gilmore, M. Stur- W. A. D'AlemberteDruggist 1 f 'I
Judas han divant J. T. FIHInglm Inspectors; P. M. ( -
00 (000) for injuries received through the NO TRUTH REPORT :THAT MO- Prichett. clerk.Precinct f,
alleged negligence! of the companyand long been No. 10-3. T. Rigsby Burgess
PROERTY ON PALA-:!
50 its employees was transferred RENO tor epilepsy. Bryars C. J. Ward Inspectors; A. T. n
00 and Apothecary ..
court to Rice clerk.Precinct '
circuit be found
yesterday rom the STREET'HAO
cap;; FOX No. 11-J. W. Emmons W. C.
,10> the United States court. This was from aa old Williams W. L. Mims, Inspectors; J. B. r
<->4 dcne by request of the defendant. BEEN SOLD. Stewart clerk.Precinct No.. 12r-J. N. Andrews W. L. 121 SOUTH-PALAFOX STREET 6' PHONE 109 lh t -
d0al
,'alb Tersely told column tae a little Wilson Mover.,F clerk.. F. Blngharrt, inspectors; C. E. ,-, 111; ;
, of elder
0 DM't: watt order Blue Ribbon A report was In circulation yesterday Precinct No. 1J-Thos. W. Kent, Jas C. I i '
" 0'il two White, inspectors Julius .
Lemon and Vanilla.' Aboslutely pure. Clark Otto ; ." .
afternoon and generally credited ,
clerk.Precinct .
Blue RibbonMavor" : nine pieces. Mnko.
) jro tw1ce'a8.a.r and the ,that Louisville capitalists had pur- No. 14-10s. Brown Dixon BReed i .

'0 :;;;c'size..is perfection.. :Ask for the chased the, store building at the corner the of linen neck, Daniels, Sr"clerk John O'Brien inspectors; Abe .'." ." '.'....." '! '. NMIN'.1N. i! "I
40a of Faiafox and Intendencia Precinct No. 15-T. S. Caro, Phil Sanchez :
; streets, occupied by Win. Johnson & : : !, [ of'the, James Whitehead, Inspectors; J. E.
I,0 BOAT LOADED WITH BAYMEN owned Mrs. 3L J. Moreno cartilage, Riera, clerk 4
and by _
Son .
- OVERTURNED IN BAY Precinct No. 18-H. H. Batcher Luke q.
It was stated that the price paid II I etaym Flowers, Jas. Hubbird, inspectors; W. B. The Season's Best 1
,0 k boat loaded with about thirty was $105,000 and that purchasers in- with a clerk.Precinct J
leaving' the wharffor tended erecting a, five-story buildingon around' No. 17-.1. E. Spoon. A. W. -
barmen, wfcoiwere Majors. Hiram Suggs, Inspectors; T. N. j i b
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,0o one of"the ships in the harbor the site. of itself. Adams clerk.Precinct .
overturned yesterday morning about There Is absolutely no truth In the d the roller No. 18-J. W. Bowman J. A.
0D 7 Palafox and Baylen according to parties who are i Williams, H. C. Johnson, inspectors; T. .
o'clock between report
I t to be touch- J Cushion clerk. ;
street wharvef. and for a few moments In a position to know whereof they I f ft hands bur- "Precinct*No. 19-A. B. Fillingim. F. ).[. In Men's Shoes i
I 0 the water was filled with m'en speak. Those who have authority to fI t ; by some-in Wood., E. A. Hall inspectors' ; J, B.
fI Cooper clerk.
0 I straying to get to the wharves or speak stated that the building had not I place that Precinct No. -W. M. McCurdy. M. .
the upturned boat.: been sold or was it expected that F. Martin. Bill Newberry, inspectors; -
0 The boat was in tow of the naphtha such would be the case, although a I Mark McCurdy, clerk.Precinct i ,'
launch Lucille and the men were in report to that effect had In. some man II instructions No. 21-John Bell. M. E. Hen
I 0 I derson. J..A. Patterson inspectors; C. R. '
the employ of Stevedore Marion ner'gained, sirculation. I cure Vaughan. clerk. We've as fine a showing of f Men's Fall Shoes as t ""I
E. N.
Qulaa. A Quick turn by the launch I is another' Precinct No-2-W. M. Bowman. sever ,
1 as.Jlie-cause! of the capsizing, and RESOLUTIONSOF'RESPECT l 1 1l 1I! elder which Jerpigan.Mayo clerk.Precinct J.. H. King inspectors; W. H. graced a Shoe Store. t .
but for the fact that other boats came a boy a No. 2T-H. C. KeHuia. D. W. -

1 to have their baths rescue; bard, some struggle of the men to would reach t I I it an hinders instru-a Seymour Bowman, W.cleric.J. Kellum. inspectors; R. J. Don't wear uncertain Shoes when you can get .: ::;. '

) shore In safity.'AN the best by coming her Every Shoe store says : ;
Hall of the United Labor League, ,I : Maga A Sly PoUe.
)i Pensacola, Fla. Oct. 19, 1906. {j Nell-When, I met ,May today I had

1l OLD IDEA learns'Whereas with, The much United regret Labor and League sorrowof I i my her Hew to gown say on.something Of course about I expected it, but- $3,00 $3.50, $4, $5 or $6 Men's Shoes I ,: : :j

Shown to be Aboslutely False by Mod the death of Brother John Mc- weakness not to have seen it.

ern Science. Curdy, a member Association of the, and Fishermen'sBenevolent a dele- 'exertion thing to it she Belle pretended-Yes. she's an awfully considerate o 1 So do we, but our Shoes are 3 :

1I People used to think that baldness cote:: to this league. It Is therefore course there and tender hearted girL-Philadelphia i r. .
Wag one of those. things which are ftesolved. That In the death of 4 walk. The I Ledger.Need. OH SO DIFFERENT ; f ',
I handed down from generation to generation Brother John McCurdy the Fishermen's i =. ,
of 'foot .
from father to son Just likea Benevolent Association and one __ -
I family heirloom. United Labor League have lost a valued people it'ut-J call i It's always the, Shoes at the price that tells the i l :
I Science has shown the falseness of member and delegate! one who f ;
this belief by proving that baldness was faithful to every trust imposed. i and that story. Match us if you can on Men's Shoes. : r' .i
Itself is not a constitutional disease and who was, ever zealous and untie f delicate peo- ( Brain .. -:
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but the result of a germ invasion of ing In his efforts for the benefit of To dei i j \. .-
wh'oh only Ilerpicide ,can effectuallyrid the organized laboring man. and who ] exercise it is : ,1
the served his association faithfully and Power ?
scalp. : light elastic
Washing only cleans the scalp of honorably as a delegate to this i of the
dandruff it doesn't kill the germs. league. It Is further I to the oth- ; [ BOSTON SHOE STORE I' d'
'Destroy the cause and you remove Resolved. That a copy of these resolutions I and which EAT Ii ,
the effect- of regret be forwarded: to that
Neil bro's Herpici'de will do this In the Fishermen's Benenrblent Association I ()
very case. It is also a delifintfulc"ressag. a copy spread 'Upon the minutesof to action Z: FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS, i \
this league and published In The This sort
For sale by W. 'A, DJAlem'beTte' Pensacola,-Journal. ; whole body a Grape-Nuts j! 117 S. Palafox Street Phone 690 l : ,;
druggist and apothecary:, 121 South JOHN OTawiEN, l produces i; ,. .
ilafox street, send lOc In stampsf P. S. HAYES fatigue j < '
,r sample to The or 'Herpicide CO, Deoit 7 ? _: E.. J..Rail j sleep. I I ......,................... ................ ........**++*.. .:;; :' "\(,
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laws relative to criminal courts of Shan begin the work I .

time and since he has written special Tonic Without Alcohol record ,except as otherwise provided c wires person In or conduits Dee to ***

1 articles for the leading New York and A Strong Bui1d f4 '! Without Alcohol herein shall apply to and control the s?surface of such corporatlo 'sa,1-

gfoe fotifnal other papers. Mr. Tyler returned to With Qut A Body Blood PuriBer' ;. Without Alcohol court of record., Change of venue'may have public places (except where JMSiplete : o

fensurola Montgomery in 1896,, and for sometime A Alterative -. Without Alcohol be bad from th* court of record'to ary ben p1a of said) a "
: was manager of, the Alabama A Great the circuit court ')f another county'for such conduits within 210 w1re taft
Alcohol
Without
Printing Company. He has frequently A Doetor"s Medicine the same causes, and :tinder the laws such notice, and after mann d
I been a contributor to the columnsof Alcohol Aycr's Sarsaparilla Without Alcohol providing for changing the venue from pletion no wires poles or Other s: e.

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. the Journal, and his' articles al-- w. b.vI G cl&1I SoTetI..?pr.5.Thtons.W p.bUstkSfOIU -:. the circuit court of one county to the or a.pllnce said above ten the gund :1t ha

always attracted wide attention Mr. circuit court of another county. The riage of electric wires i or the tre l

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Tyler Is comparatively a young man governor, may In nis discretion order of electricity attachments except posts 81 me ,:"

having been born December 21, 1857, the' circuit Judge of Escambia county cables.sary and overhead thei-ecf wirre' tl tubi 1 1 ac

; ...BY... and Is therefore only 43 years of age. Unsurpassed Correctly DascribesV or of any other county to hold one or ut1 posts to rabscribers ? 1h!

1.Et I 1. THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Mr, Tyler is of a distinguished family more terms of, parts of terms of the cnetig electric wires in 2Pf,

> being the son of the late Cot Our RIBBONS and CARBONS court of record. Any civil cause In boxes on or adjacent. lamps to the or _:

Robt. Tyler, for so many years one of the court of record may be tried before which such conduits are laid: Itr'Da
sp
FRANK L MAYES, Pr.sld.ntand General Manager the most noted editors in Alabama, ( In Quality, a referee or in case of the dis shall be located only at such p.'in 1

: and was the oldest son of President RIGHT In Wearing Abilities, qualification the judge of the courtof ot are such necessary electricity for the to proper suib ditlb.,1

John Tyler. Mr. Robert Tyler was Price. record, may be tried; by a judge ad lamps or boxes and only nrder thl
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. born in Bristol, Pa.. where his father ( In litem[ or may be transferred to the vision of the Board of Pblcrks;;

was practicing law at the time, but Coe'.s :IBools. S"fccxro rcuit: court of Escambia county or of shall SN apply 2That to poles II cwdSSL--
his father came south at the outbreak the and Wre
; SUBUCRIPTION RATES any other county In same way necessarily by street*
of the war, he being a south- 'Brent Building. Phone 235. the provisions as apprtu In the u h-T.
OjeYear.. ... ,..........$S 00 One Month .. .. .? .. ,.. 45 He In New according to same cars to said operation of .-*"
erner. passed his childhood In the circuit tertor now antW!
Six Months .. ... ... .. .. 1 50 One Week. .or .. .. .. .. 10 Alabama and and thor- govern such proceedings By a City nor '
Three Month.. ... .. ..125 Weekly Edition per.year..$1 CO Virginia, was court of Escambia: county.- be construed to prhibit the us, ':,f
: #- oughly educated in the best schools of Justice of the Supreme Court shall bo Section 47. The Supreme Court 01 necessary connecting t>-,

the country. He Is well posted on Legal Advertisements.NOTICE I:four thousand (54.000.00) dollars a the State shall have appellate juris- face of with the the streets said alleys a1h -.8-',
places
conduits
The Only fVnaacofa Newnpaper From Which a Detailed current affairs, political: social, economic year. The salary of each Circuit diction In all casss ,at law and in manholes shall be authorized, bat -,.

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured.PheiM and is a close student of public OF ELECTION. of Judge shall be three thousand; five equity originating In the court of record necessary, at locations approi V .1h P
I affairs.: He is thoroughly WHEREAS The Legislature : Board of Public J
equipped dollars a year. and In cases of conviction of felony "Work
hundred ($3.500.00) ,
-- --- ------ editorial 1905. under the Constitution of 18& Sec. J. That tint
far work. The Alabama I
-- ay
to record. The circuit
} amendment In the court ot afe(
That the foregoing of the 1
paring any streets
!
of the State of Florida did pass five :: .
friends of Mr. Tyler wish him success :Section 9. of Article V of the Constitution court of Escambia county shall public places within said terrjt,aln. .1
: Editorial RoM 38Bulnu Papers on Sale Trains in his new Journalistic field of Joint Resolutions proposing Amend-;, Is hereby agreed to and the have final appellate jurisdiction of all have been done by or under ant..0-t
I )
{[ I ments to the Constitution of the Stateof the City, It shall become ,,,
Office 1600 'P and at all News Stands. labor, and predict for the Tribune agreed same shall be submitted to the electors -misdemeanors tried in the court of any. person or corporation ne-- an tr

under his high Ideals of journalism Florida, and the same were of all of the State for approval or rejection record. All appeals or writs of error electricity as aforesaid to trnsl.t i J

Increased circulation, a wider field of to by a vote of three-fifths at the next general election of prosecuted from the court of record, locate or re-locate any of u* K' .
.
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendcnola and DeLuna Sts. usefulness and a more extended In the that members the vote elected said Joint to each Resolutionswere House; representatives as required by Section whether to the Supreme Court or Circuit manhole cables any or of conduits such and tt-m';,
on
fluence. Certainly Mr. Tyler would 1. Article XVTI of the Constitu- Court, shall be prosecuted in the person or corporation shalL Ja.-g r r
add interest zest and attractivenessto entered upon their respective same way and according to the same expense, replace any paving d:sp,.1.?, (:s
the editorial of Journals, with yeas and nays thereon tion.Approved put tt in good order and ibeforf ,
new a
page
any pa. from :
1905.
31. rules such proceedings
May as govern -
c PEXSACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING" OCTOBER 20. 1906. and they. did determine and direct displacement, and in ,' t'f
per. that the Resolutions ARTICLE XXX. the Circuit Court to the Supreme his or its failure 8 to do within e r.

-....-.....-...... .. ..........-- -,---, ., --_. saM Joint Court. sonable tie, the City may dt so at ,1.
i\"ct'1: CI:' Atlanta's big fair is now open. Not office in the new station, will also -.lP State at the General Section In November Article V of the Constitution of the Approved V June 6, 1905. Sec 4. That any person or >n n.tlon .

open to criticism, though. tend to increase the efficiency of the FENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY 1906. State of, Florida, relative to the JudI- ARTICLE XXXII. failing or refusing to plarc. II ..
to electric wires nn
amendment
That the
NOW THEREFORE, I. H. CLAY ciary Department to be numbered following I cndut. rpr ur )
; A western man has erected a monument public service in this direction. .s >By Sam B. RusS V.. CRAWFORD Secretary of State of section 39 of said Article V, be and (Article XVn of) the Constitution ot fore said limited territory, or, any person tml"-(.r'e-; -

to a" Jackass.' Which one? The Journal has never believed In CH the State of Florida. do hereby gtve ."e same Is hereby agreed to and the State of Florida be, and the same. time, erecting or o Tt:.

that mistaken economy which in fact, HAIl notice that a GENERAL ELECTION snail ba submitted to the electors .>1 Is hereby agreed to and shall be sub-, any rwS posts or other structur* r
for the
Having had their licenses raised byl so closely resembles parsimony as to women admire sense-the in- will be held In each County In Floridaon the State at the general election to sullied to the electors of the State at in si tertl as permitted transirtoiog b s o

the city tha artless Tampa saloon have much the same effect upon the cense of flattery that is. Tuesday next succeeding the first .be he'd on the first Tuesday afte- the general election: In 1906 for ratification -i eletct.. sha conviction, be lined >1
Monday A. D. 1906 tne D. or rejection: : $2500) day for acb'
In November. the first Monday In November. A. pr
to raise Interests of the o
keepers can now proceed public. continuance such failure or
the
TiM
A pretty woman without brains Is Said Tuesday being the SIXTH DAY h06, for ratification or: rejection to Seclton 1. Ether: branch of the I or of the continued existence re,.
We believe that
the wind. the city should OF NOVEMBER for the ratificationor Legislature, at a regular session ttertof other
like a ship without ballast.To wit: i wires, poles or structure &L.p
z Ladd of th. Untted States have better streets, better sidewalks, rejection of the< said Joint Resolutions Section 39. The annual salary of may propose amendments to this : gud
Major
better anticipate trouble is like Amendments to the Criminal Constitution; and if the same be That a ordinances or p t,
buildings, and a better public carry- proposing ;ne:; Judges of each of the of ordinances in herewith t
: army, found $13.600,000Ifttle' Cuban service in every direction, Clothes do ing an umbrella In fair' weather. Constitution of the State.of Florida, .Courts of Record now or hereafter tow agreed to by three-fifths of all the the same are cnfic rfl nraed b v
treasury. Must have "Tiafl a ladderto viz: V I established shall be paid quarterly members elected to each house utica Passed October
*'" "*'" not make the man, but if externalsdo Money makes the mare go-but it amendments e'enter October I n06.
find it i I by the county where such court Is proposed::: shall ,Approved %
not make a city they at least tend Is so often goes the wrong way : ARTICLE XXVIII. established, and shall be as follows: ed upon their,respective Journals with Attest: 'CS. I BLISS Mayor.

5 Fon a really superior qualtty ot to make a much better Impressionupon That the following amendment to In counties of less than fifteen thou- the yeas and nays and shall be published C B. MERRITT. Clerk I
People who never change their Article XVI ol the Constitution of the
ow- in in each county -
editorial dope Just l ommend sand population, one thousand dollars one newspaper
prospective investors- and- set- minds generally have little to change.If State of Florida be and it Is hereby where a is published, AN ,ORDINANCE
to some of the anTTfTearst papersa'New j tlers. ; In counties of from fifteen thou- newspaper
agreed to and shall be submitted to
maId (population one thousand dol- for one month Immediately precedtng Entitled An Ordinance to Levy Ad
all lived ,
( York. .. -... 4 we up to our Ideals the electors of th State at the general -sara in counties of from fifteen thou- the next general election of Representatives Valorem Taxes For the Year of 1906.
Last Monday, according! the UveOa.k there would be less scandal to live ;
election, to be held on the first at "hich election the same Be it Ordained by the Mayor and founrSof
A western genius has Invented a sand to twenty-five thousand popula- the City of Pensacola. FloridaSection
J Democrat a large number of Tuesday afterthe first Monday In No-
shall be submitted to the electors of
In
hundred dollars
lation fifteen ; 1. That there is
', language with no "cuss" words In it German (Wonder what that man does when he discuss the rejection. of the electors voting of and upon all the J
question of German immi- most of us come by the 'seed through thirty-five thousand: population two a majority :in the said city or O"n;;)
: stubs his toe? '" _' gration to this section and take stepsto inheritance. Section 32. The Governor the thousand dollars; and In counties of upon the amendments at such election residing in the said clt Ct
Comptroller, the;.State Treasurer, the more than thirty-five thousand population shall adopt the amendments the following perns taxes for the year of 1908,
The wires on the EastCoa.st maybe correct the false impressions which There are but two classes in this Attorney General .and the Commissioner twenty-five hundred dollars same shall become a part of the Con For the pUI5 of the General Fund a

down, but the indomitable and enterprising have been circulated in Germany country-those who work themselvesand of Agriculture of Ihe State of hereby repealing any and all part or stitution. The proposed amendmentsshall tax For of the Police Fund- for the(1V purpose nLj at

people who made that sectIon abou: conditions in the South. those who work others." Florida, and their successors in office parts of the said Constitution In conflict be so submitted as to enable the providing for police protection, a tax of
are hereby constituted and designatedas herewith. electors! to vote on each amendment one (1) mill.
are by no means down yet "Healthy streams of European"immigration Confidence: is said to be a plantof a board of drainage oommiss'oners: Approved June' 6.) 1905. separately. All amendments adoptedat For the Street Fund for the repairs and \

: t In progressive Chicago the women to the Southern states. says slow growth, and it often bears and are hereby authorized and empowered ARTICLE XXXI.That' the election at which this is sub- and improvement crossings of and street parks a tax, squarrj of ne

.: hae got that after giving their our Live Oak contemporary, "would fritter> fruit also. to establish a system of > mitted or heretofore adopted by the and one-quarter (1%) mis.Fr S. A
t so rapidly minimize the problemand canals drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs the following amendments to electors are hereby declared a part of the purpose of the Interest .
: husbands a piece of their minds they race The, man who refuses to take the of such dimension and Article V of the Constitution of the the Constitution from the date of the bonded debt and creating asking : I Per
that is the most imperative of I fund for the payment of the princi'isum
; J| !wear them out with time pieces. advantage must expect to be looked depths, as in the judgement of said State of Florida: relative to the Judiciary adoption of the same. of the bonded a tax -of tw flu

our needs 'Just now. I upon with suspicion. board of drain awn commissioners w Department, to be numbered Approved June' 6, 1905, and one-half (%%) debt rep
T The Penrose gang In Pennsylvania deemed advisable. to drain and reclaim Sections 40, 41, 42, 43. 44, 45. 46 and The votes cast in compliance: with I. Sec. 2. There is hereby levied u the

!; Tertalnly rose to the occasion whenI A Florida Addresson H H -t.r the swamp and overflowed 47, of said Artice! V, be and the same I I said proposed amendments 'and the an said the city taxable rea estate not more in the than t t1I I WfcS

It roped President Roosevelt into de- Penology.One & lands within the State of Florida: or are. hereby.agreed to and shall be submitted canvass V declarations and return?1 thousand feet from the nearest fire rep
I NEWS AND VIEWS such parts or portions thereof as is to the electors: of the State at thereof. shall be subjected to the drnt and upon all the personal property :'
L llverlng that Harrisburg address. of the most notable contribu- FROM STATE PAPERS deemed best by said board of drain- the general election to be held on the I same regulations and restrictions a) city or owe! by persons of mliJ t ceo
In the ,
; I! eNewYorhT.MO.L&iuopeneda tions recently made to the literatureof age commissioners! from ,time to time, first Tuesday after the first Monday la are provided by law for General fund, to city provide for the purpose protection thl of tr-f ana.
'
\ penology'In this state, is to beQund ..t'IH ':O and to provide for the Irrigation of November, A. D., 1906, for ratification Elections! in the State of Florida.IN city from fire a tax of two (2) mills ''e
school for the training of office the reclaimed and maintain rejection. to-wit: II This Ordinance shall tat.f
in the thoughtful and well- lands to I TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I Se 3 II j
boys. A class for scrub-women and And In a Dry County. Section There shall fet Its passage and approvalSec.
considered read by Dr. S. H is such canals drains, levees, dikes, and: 40. be established -have hereunto set, my hand and affixed 4. AH ordinances or parts of ordinances I for
in to bed
janitors will probably come next. paper There no sense" "going reservoirs In..such manner- will be in the county of Escambla the Great Seal of the State of in conflict With this ordinance are 'f '
Butch of Ocala, before the last session with the chickens A body; 'misses most advantageous to the territory so whenever the voter of said county hereby .
Tallahassee repae.
Florida at the Capital i wa.
;. New York physicians now say that : of the National Prison Congressin too much. Last Wednesday nght! drained; the' State of Florida, Its In- shall 90 'determine by a majority of this first day of August, A. D, 1906. Approved October 10 12., 190 1906.CH' [ tin'thi

two-thirds of the school children In Albany, N. Y. what wag evidently a war,balloon was habitants and the commerce thereof. the votes cast, on the question at any (L. S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, 1 BLISS. ;
observed out over the oceon about general election, a court of record and Attest Ma)-or.
Section 33. That the board of
the town "physically unfit"I of State. 1
| big are This was entitled "The Open Secretary
paper half past eight and was visible for I MKRKTTT, Clerk.
there shall be a judge of said court C E
commissioners
j Not "unfit"' to be birched, we hope. vs. the Closed Penitentiary System," several hours. It looked like an immense drainage authorized and empowered are to hereby estab- who shall be appointed by the Governor To J. C. Van Pelt Sheriff EscamHa Ta

and It'is not too much to that in star at first and then County let
The London Academy says that we say grew lish drainage districts and fix: the I and confirmed by the Senate to'tt"
''it is made so powerful and logical a larger and brighter and seemed to be boundaries thereof, In the State of who shall hold his office for six years In Escambia County Circuit Court. THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO I-
; i have not yet acquired the art of writIng presentation of Florida's claims in this rising and falling. It was going south Florida. That the board of drainage I'and whose salary shall be two thou- State of Florida-In Chancery. D: Hale

::1 I: prose-but how we can acquire and then turned and came back in a commissioners be and It is authorizedand I sand five hundred dollars a year, Wilson vs. Frank Brantley and Nancy FLA.
direction as to carry conviction to,the Brantley. his w1te-i'oret'losure of Mortgage APALACHICOLA,
J i I money with a little help from rebates northwesterly direction and was over empowered to prepare a list or I payable quarterly by the county of On Monday, the. 6th day of November -
j Jandsoon? unprejudiced mind. the river. It then looked like a ball lists of all the alluvial or swamp and Escambia. The criminal ccuit of A. D. 150, the defendants Manufacturers ot w
: Several of our state contemporarieshave of fire. What was it? Was itr one overflowed taxable lands within' such record now established In Escambia Frank Brantley and Nancy Brantley are
% required to appear to the bill filed against
New York women are now said to published Dr. Blitch's address, the -balloons that started from drainage district or districts and county shall upon the adoption of them nerrin. This order to be publishedonce
France in the race or it some these amendments, become and be each week for eight consecutive Cypress Shingles.
was tax not
; get drunk On chocolate. That is as either in part or in full: and we are levy thereon an acreage exceedIng -
f weeks in The Pensacola Journal,
a
kind of ghost? This is no fake ten the court of record as herein providedand
a cents per acre per annumto
M. Clay's glad to note that in his St. published in said Escambia ,
bad as Bertha famous heroines Augustine newspaper
J story; It is true and is vouched for be fixed annually by said board of all officers of such criminal court county. A. M. McMillan clerk Circuit % x 4" x 18""x5"x18" 1
i j who always seem to be "intoxi Meteor, Senator Lewis ZIm takes occasion by several of our leading cltl ens.- drainage commissioners and the various -of record shall be officers of such Court. By L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pensa % V

cated with joy." to endorse this admirable Fort Pierce Tribune.Art tax assessors of the various. court cf record, and discharge the cola, Fla.. Sept. 14. 1906. seplSoawSw

J paper In the warmest terms.Dr. counties 'embraced in part or In whole duties and receive the emoluments of NOTICE. Cypress Tank of all Description
1 Those Tampa "mixologists" evidently in Florida. within such drainage district or districts such until the expiration of their present Is hereby given that a meeting of the Write and Price ListCOFFEE
\ stone wall whenthey Blitch it should be explained, V and attractive lists term of office. I stockholders of the Pensacola & Mobile
? ran into a One of the most interesting shall receive such list or
Railroad and Manufacturing Company will
appealed to Judge Wall to reverse speaks with authority, having had features of the art depart- and enter the same' upon the tax rolls Section 41. The said court and I be held on the 7th day of November A.D. .
several years experience as prison ment of the state fair will be the display of the county or counties in which J judge shall have exclusive original : ., 1906, at 10 o'clock a. mat the office
action of the council
; ,/ the city physician and.hospital surgeon In the of a large collection of paintingsand such lands may lie and the amount so..Jurisdiction of all criminal cases, not 'lID of the the City Southern of Pensacola.States Lumber Florida.Company !

: } in raising their licenses. convict camps,of the state. photographs of Florida's'distin- levied by the board of drainage commissioners capital, which shall raise in Ea- P, P. BINGHAM.
guished men and women of the past in such manner and formas I cambia county and shall have in Es I Secretary. f
Those coffee-colored Cuban patriots It need! hardly: be said that he is an and present. These paintings and may be prescribed by the board of cambia county, concurrent with the I Pensacola, Fla.,, Oct. 15, 1906. oaw4w t

(J evidently have more sense than they ardent ,advocate of the open as opposed photographs will Include soldiers and drainage commissioners from time to' Circuit Court and Circuit Judge of I AN ORDINANCE We are the Pioneer '

are credited with. They absolutely to the closed penitentiary sys statesmen and men and women of time, which amounts shall be collected !( said county, the same original jurisdiction fT

(refused to let Freddy Funston bask in''' tern; and. while no attempt will be note in every walk of life. .Persona by the various tax collectors of of all other cases and matters I I To Amend Ordinances Section 92 of of 1902.the Code of Coffee 'Roasters, of S

) rays of thelril!!! ,.limelight. made at this time to fully analyze this possessing such paintings and photo the counties wherein such levees have,! as the circuit court and circuit judge : Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Council West Florda.McHUGH'S .
ithe graphs are requested to send them in been made as other taxes are collected cf said county, and the same power to of the City of Penucc:
: John Sharp Williams has beed in address. It may be said in passing. for display before the fair opens.- in accordance with law, and pay Issue writs of mandamus, injunction, Section 1. That section 92 of the
that Dr. BUtch bases his over said amounts collected to the Code of Ordinances of the City of Pensa .
f>North Carolina 'niaklng'speeches argument Chipley Banner.A quo warranto, certiorari, prohibition I cola, for 1902, be amended to read aa
against the close penitentiary system board of drainage commissioners said habeas corpus and all writs proper follows: V BLENDShavenoequal.
I against the government ownership of upbn the deadening soul-paralyzing ef- Sure Crop. commissioners shall have a lien superior and necessary to the complete exercise Section 92. The sidewalks on both
; 1 railroads. It is considerably easier harvest Is else- to all other liens upon the taxable of their jurisdiction as the circuit .I I sides of Palafox street between Wright '
facts of confinement in those great The season over street and DeSoto street and on both
? to make speeches than to make where, but Florida Is a" land of diversified lands In any sudhi drainage dis'ricts court and circuit judge of said sides of Government street*; between Bay-
gray dungeons in which in the : to be enforced by tax levy, for len
and Adams and
friends, however. crops and we are gathering county, except the power and authority street on the north Atrialwlllconvlncethe !
northern states the cost of work done under the side of Zarragossa street between Pala
i are literally buried them every month In the year. For any to summon and empanel a grand
fox street and Tarragona
: The East Coast now. knows how it alive thousands of unhappy prisoners, several months to come the leading provisions hereof, or done prior to the Jury- the south side. of Zarragoesa street street and be-on connoisseur -

I 1'8 Itself. It is said to be an ill-wind only to be turned loose upon societyat crop will be tourists and there's big adoption of this amendment under the Section 42. There shall he sii tween Palafox street and Barracks that we
provis'ons! of an act of the Legislature! terms of said court In each street shall be eight (8) feet wide.
flthat blows nobody good and we trust the expiration of their terms in a money in 1L-Live Oak Democrat tassed in 1905. year. Sec. 2. Nothing herein contained shall
Section 43. There shaH be for
be construed to make extravagant
i;' .ithat this particular wind has blown condition, both moral and physical, It Is To Laugh.It Section 34. That the board of said court a prosecuting attorney who having sidewalks compel complying any; with person existing now no

noue of our friends on the other that unfits them In many cases for Is to laugh! The Times-Union drainage commissioners be. and it Is shall be appointed by the Governorand ordinances to remove them and to broaden claims.
them to the width
1 side of the state any great harm. anything but a continuance of the evil solemnly points out that the Everglades authorized to exercise the right of confirmed oy the Senate and whr. until such now existing herein sidewalks provided shall

courses to which their downfall are so fertile that when drained eminent domain in the condemnationof shall hold hij office for four yean be in bad repair and require
Much-Needed Public was they will produce sUCh' vast quantities land for the location of its canals His compensation shall be fixed: by Sec. 3. All ordinances renewa of Wholesale and RetaiGROCERS
A originally due. ordinances in conflict herewith
of vegetables and fruits that drains, levees, dikes and reservoirsfor law.Section repealed are hereby

Improvement.As The Jacksonville Metropolis describes prices will go down and the market the purposes aforesaid and may 44. All offenses triable In Section 4. This ordinance shalL-take
will be ruined. On this line the farmer enter upon. take and use such land as said court'ahaII be prosecuted: upon I effect immediately upon Its passage and
was stated in these columns not the movement of oranges as should select the poorest soil he It may, pending condemnation proceedings Information under oath to be filed by. approvaL
Passed October 10
.- long since the authorities have decided "quite rapid." Yes, they. seem to be can find and prow the smallest crops deem necessary for such the prosecuting attorney, but the' Approved October 1901. .

F to equip the new police station moving downward in price "quite possible In order to become rich.-DeFunlak purposes, and In ascertaining the compensation grand jury of the circuit court for CHS I BLISS. and kinds Feed
o
( to be paid for such land ot Eaid county may indict for offensetriable Attest: Mayor a
-z -with two wards for the use of emergency -' rapidly, owing to the continued shipment Breeze._ any E. MERRTTT, Clerk.
( right of way, benefits to be derived in the court of record. Upon V C StusPluto
; I patients. I of green fruit by greener grow- "Clammy." from such drainage shall be considered the fouling of such Indictment the circuit AN ORDINANCE.

; I It was suggested by The Journal ers. Lee county of which by the jury. judge shall commit or bail the -
people of ,
The
that such Section 35. The Legislature may accused for trial In the court of Relating to Electric Poles and Wires.Be .
i ome time ago some provision boast
:Myers is the capital can It Ordained the Mayor
l\jrt by and Council
HWE4M?*** -
of benefits WaterWholesale
$ provide for the assessment record which trial shall be In
t as this should be made for pa- of a 250-acre pineapple patch at Cax- upon of JhtC of Pcniacola:
: derived by lands by reasons of formation. within sixty days
i 'tients requiring immediate attention, TAMPA TRIBUNE'S ambay, also a clam bouillon factory such drainage, and the collection Section 45. The clerk of said after written notice by the City of Pen

and It should be a matter of congratu- NEW EDITOR. that canned the and past bouillon.season This 6000( thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall court shall be elected by the electorsof sacola 1., to b, given any not earilerthan or January -
person
of 'claims
//Ution to all concerned that our' mu- cases Is operated by E. S. Burnham 'be paid to the board of drainage commissioners Escambia county and shall hold office transmitting or causing t b tlted corrti and ReaL
factory
Montgomery JournaL to be used by them for 'for four electricity by
'mlcipal government has seen fit to take York City. Exchange. years and his compensation we &a.
of New
Co.
&
alleys,
ices within
t such
drainage shall Iet
fixed
purposes. be by law. The sherIff I
step timely and humane. V in said city,
so
,a on the
: As the case now stands, no provisIon '" i A Live Oak Opinion.The A1)proved.May. : 27., 1905. i of Escambia county shall be the South by the South line :Main street; : New Orleans Grocery Co.
executive officer of on the North by the of
Wright
ARTICLE :XXIX. said court, and hisduties
Mr. Robert have
Democrat
whatever made' by the. ely for Tyler will leave tomorrow readers of the street; on the East, by line of
tlva and fees
: That Section nine of Articta shall be fixed law.
(9) : by
for Tampa, Fla., where he goes : never been in doubt as to the position Tarragona street (which street excepted -
.this unfortunate class of patients. to accept the editorship of the Tam- of this paper with reference to the (5) of the Constitution of the State of Section 46. The same rules of procedure from the operation of this I ordinance .

)t WIth neither suitable accommodations pa Tribune, one of the ieading 1 drainage amendment to the' Florida be and the ,same is hereby and practice which obtain In ), and on the West, by the West Jas. McHugh ,
representative proposed
street
; taor t appliances, the police authoritiescan democratic papers of that constitution. We have repeatedly stated : amended so'as to read as follows, viz: the circuit'court the county shall line street of Baylen between 'the,North and also 0 Plo ,
II "SectionThe salary of each obtain .In the court of and all G& Phone Proprietor
record
do little i or nothing for those state. Mr. Tyler is a gifted writer, that in our judgmentthe amendment -] den and the South line of Pine set

: who may. be struck down in the street and has had many years experienceas i conferred too much power upon I -
an editorial and special writer I five men who would be permitted un
land left in such condition tot
a as
for newspapers and magazines. His I der'it to exercise the sovereign rightof _
render Iheir Immediate removal to a first ''Work on a newspaper was on the j assessing. collecting and disbursing -

hospital either dangerous or impose -II New Orleans Democrat when only I taxes independent of legislative

-e Blbl seventeen years of age. He went to I control and wfthout even the restraintof You Look Prematurely OW

.' But with the completion of the new New York in 1876, where he remained the bond required to be given by I :
twelve years being employed inthe other officials who handle the people'smoney. i
all this will for
.building, be changed public service. He edited the That's toer plain to permit I

: 'f the. better and the fact that the city Yonkers Herald during the Cleveland any doubt of our convictions on this V _

: | physician is to be provided 'with an camapign of 1892 .and during that question.-'Live Oak Democrat. Because of those ugly, crbxhr. cray hair*. Us* "LA CREOLE-'HAIR RESTORER. Price, JI.OO, retail.


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lthlla layS I f WhySyrup.of, Because. j I f. ;

1L.urea oin. )s. .FOR: RAilROAD ". ,"I'f .

car-fop '! ,,,, r Its component parts-are;aU wholesome. >s {
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yea.rib s after-effects. ,
It acts gently without unpleasant '

I { ENGINEERS It is wholly free from objectionable substances. _:," i ., r
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naI)8ta In 5bakinq \. ,. thebest family -I laxative It contains the laxative principles of plants. 4t i 4

all : It contains the carminative principles of plants. .. : ,.i 1
:OI1 It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are ? JIjJ
'IKS. Powder { How : j
>er.ace. Pennsylvania Keeps : .. .
Agreeable and refreshing to the taste. 1

, Tab on Men With It is ; i I ,
or .
.\J_ ;'r i It is gentle. '\ All are pure. : q 1 It
, ABSOLUTELY PURE f .
,If'yt Reference to Signals.Special ,All are delicately blended. I.I.pure. 1 1 1i
It is
pleasant. /
It i compounded. :< ,
All and
auelr. are skillfully scientifically
Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from to The Journal of 4 It is effi adous. ,' j j
IS.-In view
fife Philadelphia Oct.
iebler grapes, )refined to absolute purity, is the active the frequent ,statements, suggestedby It .is not expensive. '' Its value is due to our method of manufacture.. ; f
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the accident which occured at Ed- and +- of the '" f
the and to the originality 1 1f
of of .1. "
principle every pound Royal? Baking dington,Penn, on September 29, that It is good for children. combination. 't :
ny Powder. it is the 'practice of Pennsylvania : i'

all or of Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder "caution"Railroad signals enginemen in their to efforts disregard to .r. It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. '\ :;..

torn fine made a schedule run or make up for is convenient for business men. q'iIt 'i\1 1rraa.ci.eo r
renders the food remarkable both for its
II''. lost time, taking the chance that the Manufactured by I
orbs flavor and healthfulness. "stop" signals will be clear for them l It is perfectly safe under aU circumstances. ,,
.... the company makes public the fact I
Its that for several years it ''has had It is used by millions of families the world over.
rid S(No alum, no phosphate-which are the i an elaborate system of ""surprise fiti SYRVP t tIt
as of I principal elements of the so-calledcheap tests," the precise purpose of which stands highest, as a laxative, with physician (@FQRNIA ((9 ,! .'
to make
I was and is enginemen constantly -
aIa 1 1 powders-and which are derived on their guard against collisions If you use it you have the best laxative the VIKy. i "
from bones rock and sulphuric acid. and accidents. So strict in. Saa C-- i :
1. --..- deed,-is this system that some engine- world produces. >Lo sriu., .. New TorK] N.T. i ': :.
Iim i&= .. men have complained of it. I :, "+
e- :AS regards this particular accident rOIl 8AU>SY AU LXJJJISQ DSUG&ISTa. :! i ,jt.t.
''R.g rI ;,1 the two coroner's juries which inves- I. Ii ::1, i
Io.- OVAL BAK1N8 POWDER) C0. NEW YORK. -\. .. tigated it have each returned ver- = .
o.n dicts exonerating the company and

o.l l't employes from blame. It was -. .' .. '.' 2gEtt38K3K8 ffl:..ttrtt3,. ,. ....: ... ...:....- ,. ....... -. : .t
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' shown that the collision was due tfe .
1h: the failure of air brakes to work. It i
e was found that the signals were set ;t ,.
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properly and that the engineman i ti
's. ILL ATTENDED IMMENSE TASK plied the air brakes In passing the i i
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"caution" signal, but by reason of an

angle third and cock fourth being cars turned,' the between air brakes the Great Rebui/dingSa/e #!J 'J f..

did not work on the last three cars (,

MEETING OFTIM8ER COMPLETEDBYL&N. on tion the is train.of the The standard angle pattern cock in adopted ques-- if .'

by the principal air brake companies ;
I
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and is in use on all railroads. II

leiII
s alert, consists in requiring certain
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tIy tIe ',officials at unusual times and unexpected Values. Make Profitable Reading .
places to set signals at a "cau- j'
a Shippers of Track and Big 'tion" or "danger" position, and station 1J
themselves so that they may see
"I
'ff Met Timber Businessin Trestle Rebuilt Record if. proper. observance is given'.to the l.
signals.In Undamaged Damaged. I
4I : order to understand the exact A recommendable, dependable. commendable purpose 11
i.
Condition: Tune.
s Healthy Breaking significance of this method.of testing Stock.Large Stock. +
e enginemen.. it should be noted that to. repair and partially rebuild my store. Some goods ;r;1. ,tl
A well' attended meeting of shippers who not been therailroad Greater '
No one has over damage to
t and timber manufacturers in the between Pensacola and :Mil [the automatic'train and signals human are controlled has.nothing by consignmentof were damaged, not all, but I decided to inaugurate this the than ;
agency building to ..
1a I PensacoU principal: district manufacturers was held yesterday.The -were. ton can task form that any has ideaof been accomplished the herculean -- are to located do with between their operation.tlegraph block They goods. were on their Great Rebuilding. Sale to move the stock, to facilitate the the stock; but stock ;t!, '. <

represented> and they decided that by the I* &' N. In rebuilding, for signal stat1o s. The telegraph block way\.here' at time of workmen. Prices on all goods reduced-purchase invigorating even slightly damaged ',,: {
f the timber business In this district it amounts to that and more, the .f f
) was in a healthy condition. It was stretch of road along the bay front signal system and' signal and system the interlockingswitch +each] require storm,. all included in price inducements, with the extravagance squeezed will! be sold at trade- I[ -j t
reported that late sales of timber
, and the trestle three miles long
had been made on the basis of 30 across EscambIa Bay. an operator to manipulate. The reduction out of the prices-a sale to be considered and remem- winning prices that ;. t
automatic this sale at
signals not
do require .
cents for 40 feet and the an e '
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average Ken who are ordinarily good judges attendantAt bored mean money saving.
) l manufacturers at the meeting do noteaietain .of such matters estimated that the { ri i
any offers below this price, block .signal stations, the rules of 15 per cent. Reduction 25 per cent. "
rebuilding of the trestle alone could "
t of the company require that the t
operator
1. in fact there are not any large blocks ;
r not be done in less than six weeks
for sale now at that price. shall report to the proper officials
to say nothing of the work along the

cI TO The.,S stated effects, is of causing the late a curtailment storm, it bay jaia front trestle'yet was in less in than shape three to weeks ing any all engineman signals. not With properly the automatic observ- .
pass block signal; system, however, the sig- 'Men's Men's Shoe ; I
In they the are output firmly; stocks held. are light, and trains over. It is true, that there is [nals are located between these offices Clothing. rr !,
yet much work to be done, but the where there Is no one to'report non- r ; kNot
is in'such
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE13AYTafte trestle shape as to be perfectly observance of the signals. That is .
LAXATIVE BBOMO Qutntae Tab safe for the passage of trains. why "surprise; checking" was estab- a Piece of Men's Clothing Damagtl For Basil ese Dress or Strett-AO CtrrocL ;\ ; '
lets. Druggists 1 refund rnGaey< it It falls Big as this Job was, the work of II lished. E
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S'signature te on jfebuilcfjig practically ten miles of '
I each box. 25c. track along the beach was even automatic(Pennsylvania's signaling Signals.In on the Pennsylvania $10.00 Suits for $8.50 r $2.00 Shoe for $1JO til Sj

EVERY ONE STORM 10c PURCHASE VIEW GIVEN OR OVER.WITH greater.re-lay, but Not the only old was track the. with track its to the engineman.Railroad, two The signals"home"appearto sig- $JZOO Suits for $JO.20 I t $2.25 Shoe for $1.90 r;!!! .i't!
twisted rails' buried in places be-
WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. nal is with reference to the block immediately -
3t neath tons of sand and debris had to Suits for $ .50 Cascade '
be removed. The beautiful live oaks "white" ahead. If that shows $15.00 $12.75 $2.12 ,; t
he may proceedIf'it shows .
Quality Counts-Use and magnolias that lined the track "red" he must come to stop before Beacon ::1 -
torn a J6.00 Kuppenheunr$13.60 $3.00 Light $2.55
were up by the force of the $
l
HOUSE passing the signal. If he passes the ;
LIGHT BREAD. wind and tide 'and piled crisscrossover
signal by as much as five feet he has
Pfelffer's Steam Bakery. were the the track wrecks and of mixed the houses with these that violated orders, and is, therefore, sub- $20.00 Kuppenheimer $17.00 $3.50 Howard Foster $3.02 : : ;1 f
ject to discipline. Each
I. Phone No. 178 formerly stood there and the boats "home" signal .
Is Now Working.Sol that were anchored in the bay. dicates has whether its distance its "home"signal, which signal in-is $27.50 Kuppenheimer> $23.25 $4.00 Exceptional $3.40 ;
The
cars of the local freight that
I Cahn & Co. were caught there show how fierce was clear"white"or not and displays either E
"green""Green" : .J
or ,
the battle of the elements. Stronglyconstructed ( I
Negro Hanged Is a "caution" signal and
as they were but lit-
Shreveport, La., Oct. 19.-Ike Bergman tle more than the trucks is left. A requires the engineman to get his f '
a negro, was hanged here today large force of'men is still at work i stop train at under the control so that he can Oats.Shirts and Furnishings. Extras. 1
[ "home'
for wife murder. He shot his [there and In a short- time that part signal. This
does
i&fe: 'because -he claimed she told !of the road will again. be in perfect not necessarily mean that thetrain

stories on.him. .. i condition.; :it can must pass slow a "caution"down immediately signal at if $1.50 Cluet Shirts at. .......'... ... ...:- ......- ...:. ....... .$1.25 .
a
high to rate of speed and still be able $3.50 STETSON'S. $1.00 :Monarch Shirt at. .;. ...>:.:>'. ... .........;........ 85c 'A few little extras,
stop at the
next signal. "Caution"does

i, not mean "stop." Soft 50c Princely I Shirt at. . ... ....::.. .....*.... .......... 42.very.o little. damaged- j
f; In "surprise checking" distance signals Stiff. . . 2.95 $1 Suit Underwear,75C
[I are set at "green," "home" Bigmals $1.50'Union Made Overalls . .....;. .. ...:. .$1.25
( at "red" at places where the $2.25 Shoes, pair $1.69 .

1 i engineers are" accustomed to find ANSON'S $1.00 Union Made Overalls. ................. .........:.....:... ..Sac
Your Food. (them "white, fuses are displayed and $3.00 o. T .
((r torpedoes are placed on the track at
unusual places, switch lights extinguished Special Nice line of Boys' 1

must be properly digested and' assimilated to be of [[with signalling and everything trains is In placed connection eitherat at:. . .: :> .; 2.55 Clothing'omplete'1 { '

any value to you otherwise it is a. source of harm : a "caution". "danger" position Contrary to custom, I wish to sell the goods adver- knee pant suits- !
instead of good.If i there being no danger in fact J ages
not digested it ferments and decays causing [strict observance of these signals Is $2.00 HIGH-CLASS tised. My great desire is to operate this store on such 8 to 17 years, at one- .

"sour stomach" "heart bum," nausea, headache, I!required as if the had been'displayed learn Rat. R\\'
in a "caution" or "danger" position Hats genuinely frank principles that people may to turn quarter off regular
flatulence, bad breath and other discomfort; _' ,by the regular operation of the trains
.. i.on the road. If any enginemaa disregards . .'. : .. 1.70 to it with confidence. In these days of exaggerated adpnces.. ,W

KodolDyspepsia "i there Is a any train of these ahead signals or not, they whether are vertising and misrepresentation, it will be interesting to ; J

disciplined Negiligence\just :the Penalized.same. $1.35 GOOD MAKE know there is at least one store wholly sincere... The rea All 1 other goods .f t .

Cure 'It is the well-settled principle of Soft obvious damaged sold in r:t_
4 the Pennsylvania management that son for this sale is explained and -the recent pro-

negigence which . . portion. "
is almost, if might cause an accident Stiff 120storm used us about all alike. .
'- not quite '
compels proper digestion of the food and sends the as if the accident really as occur serious .. if.
food nutriment through the blood into all parts of red. i "f :
the body.. "Surprise checking"' has been con-
The tissues are.thus built up and every organ is- ducted with great thoroughness es: HOSIERY 11
pecially during the' Per Ct TRUNKS Per Ct
past year. Notable .. :
restored to health and strength and put in perfect occasions of this character :
occurred I '
condition. at certain stations on August 4th, 2 5 HAND BAGS NECKWEAR 15 J 1
Disease is driven out to stay out-the ,cause ;August 23rd August 24th, October

is removed. 3rd eral and occasions October a 5th.total On of 295 these trains sew Off S VALISES SUSPENDERS fjff ::1.i:1.:

Plantersville, Miss.I passed the signal station during the i
have prescribed Kodol quite often in my practice, tests and all but fifteen came to full
stops before
and have found it a very efficient remedy for all reaching the testing

I results.stomach: ailment It has always J.given T. MAY the, M.best D.of stop quents pointEvery before brought one getting of his the engine fifteen to a delin-full I H. 0. ANSON, The Cash Clothier, 1..;



I I UBM P.1U KODOL M.w.wa.s4..c*u W DIGESTS I I MAKES WHAT THE YOU I.nt.ry.f PnpwW EAT i.e.D.wr.l*tfcclabFOR >'" .' feet these.one beyond cases of,judgment where the signaL the more in error handling But than Was even a simply few the in I Cor. Main and Palafox Streets. J JThe J J

|a4.1.srw..sa... I I TOMACH 8WECT.. [aa.ci4cev.e.a air brakes, every one of the engineers -, .
were severely '
t74 9 disciplined .. ,
{
V 'j J some cases as much as thirty 'days', ;
suspension being imposed. The "c .n- ', tL
:*- ... non "
signal means caution! and the :
'--4': . .stop' signal means "stop." Absolute by carrier to door for 1 JOc week '
LBY HOOTON'S compliance with 'this order IB required JournaldeIivered your per :
S PHARMACY -. of all enginemen. tg.






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Desirable lot on East Hill 80 feet front by 132J4 feet deep. SIX

i : $950 :I 13350 Six good renting houses all new. JProjperty
bringing In $456 rents a year. :
Two cottages on northwest corner cf "B" and West Jackson. ,streets:. If Immediate ; I
i sale. : TIBNIEMIBNTa There Is strong demand for cot
I that will
dwellings something
: $1000 x- ; FOR RENT. or $:0, J22.50. J25 and $30 per
Desirable.building lot on North Hill, 75x153 feet. Can we interest ;you building. a :
: $20.00-Six-room house bath gas, etc., such houses? i
.. $1500' : 816 East La Rua street.

: Desirable cne-story.cottage on East Gadsden street, splendid'.neighbor. : ......

t hood. 0 .5-a. Take a look at the five lots and | i
$1750. Two brick stores on Tarragona street cottage on the northwest corner of
: just south of each 27x80 feet Eleventh or
: Romana ; on Alcanlz and vantes and Eros streets. Just
Ten lots on North Baylen street, splendid Investment : suitable for warehouse
or store purpose. Lee street three and four street from ,Mr. Cafiero's two new

: $1800.- ..: : rooms and .hall, back and u -to-date cottages. This t
good value at the price-
: Two-story Dwelling containing 7 rooms, on North Davis street. front galleries; an rented at t

I $3350. ; : Is Your Home 31.50 each a week. Would $3500. 4S
i cost to build houses,
Six cottages on southeast corner of "A"'and LaRua streets, splendid rent more f i
ers. and presents a fine opportunity I
0.
$4000 : Insured ? to someone with a List your property with us for I
thousand dollars by buying and satisfactory results. '
: i Block No. 240, New City tract, very desirable, on'16th Avenue, containing : them all and selling f
If not have it covered in together
feet.
20 lots, each about 40x132/2 I
first-class companies. We them separately. Ii i

: $4000' 0 represent them. Fire and tornado Insurance.
I Il.
Desirable lot on northeast corner of Garden and DeVIIIIers streets, enclosed : !
.
J and has good stone walk lot 120 feet on Garden. by 139 feet on IHlUIRJRYI! I
T DeVllliers. A, genuine bargain. ..
...... Brown &
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I HOOTON & WATSON i LESLIE E BROOKS .5-' '

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t WE SELL LOTS.
THE RENTAL "
| AGENTS l
Real Estato
+ lcDA VID-HYER CO.
Phone 918. Thiesen
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Real I Estate. Insurance and Loans, : and Insurance. Agent New York M

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. t i Life insurance Company.
| No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. i I 100 EAST GOVERNMENT., I: FOR SALE

I Phone 700., Fla.FIr' .
.............................. .. .......$............ Pensacola, BUILDING MATERIAL of all grades I I

kinds going fast. Dressed
.- $13 and up. Rough at $10 and up.
THE STORMHas I your order to Joel Frater. 310
HELP WANTED. WANTED. street wharf who can fill your
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I
once.
:
:L'l\ITED-Cook and housekeeper. Ad- I
dress P. O. Box 186. Brewton. Ala. 'TED-PosIUon as clerk. Can give not affected the values of Real IA BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE
best of7 references. Address "H. A.," ( A comfortable one-story cottage
{)) 5talnI
200ct3t'c are, The Journal. Estate In this city $1.00. The buildings five rooms. southern exposure, on '
'"WANTED girL Apply to New Method lloct2t'I I and wharves that were destroyedwill car line on East Jackson street $ :

Laundry. .. .. ', 20oct.. .WANTED' -To rent a six-room house In be replaced by more substantial I I Hooton & Watson.' Leading Real
a desirable neighborhood. by.a permanent Agents. l
WANTED-Engraver,, clock and Jewelry tenant. Address Box 103, City. buildings. Pensacola has before it Cash or on Installment (
repairer, with tools. State experience 19ocUm the brightest fall of its future.. I have FOR SALE-Lodging house, viCe
age and salary expected. The. ., O. K. made arrangements to take all the Palafox and Main streets, w
Florala Ala. 20ocf Dunn's Lodging House. An
Prug Store Plan
WANTED-A six-room cottage to rent; property offered below' its market business; everything complete; a
W A "TED-Xeat white girl to do office willing to' pay $:5 and willing to take /alue. If you are afraid of Pensacola investment for the right man. H.
work. Apply room No.1 Masonic twd1 year lease. Address Box 84, City. Real it I 400 S. Palafox.
--j. u '. ISoctlw Estate bring to me, will buyit
1 Temple. oct. i from you.Some FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. all

: WANTED A cook. For particulars can WANTED-A, lady of experience desires $3000.00. ply to The Lewis Bear Co. W
at 14 East GoSrwnment Street! 16oct2w position as stenographer; is accustomed Money In These.A I W
to office work, and does neat, accurate FOR SALE-Boat suitable for I H
: WANTED-Carpenters wanted. 'Apply work. Address "E.. L.," Generals quarter block (5 lots) cor, 12th for 212 West Wright street, I / passengers or towing. Length 66 )I
Goulding fertilizer Company. 14oct Delivery. Evergreen. Ala. and 18th avenue, overlookingthe beam 18 feet draught 4 feet, K
: Bayou, one of the highest pointsIn a very desirable 8-room and tons, net. Power two 25 I
A."TED-NUJ'IIe. who will live on the WANTED' -Second-hand roller-top desk; Murray & Tregurtha gas engine. z
I New
must be In City, two blocks from car line, hall residence with large lot. ed
premises. Apply to Mrs. Sam Rosenau. good condition. Apply to S. December 1505. Will deliver
corner 12th avenue and 13th street.14octlw. A. Friedman. ISoctlw very cheap at $1100.A I where in state for J3.500. J. M- QE
block 300 feet front on Bayou $1200.00 I West Palmbeach. Fla QD
WANTED-Situation! as sales-
grocery
WANTED-GOOd boy. strong and steady. man; twenty years' experience. Ad- Texar. Beautiful shade trees. wasn'ttouched I SECONDHAND SAFE for sale.
to work in press room. Apply Journal dress ;rocer,'.' care Journal. I6octlw by the water and not a singletree I I only one year. Address P. O. Box .r
press room after 8 p. In. blown down. One of the prettiest for 2 houses on the southeast W. S. Hooton 12 Intendencla..

WANTED-First-class carriage black- WANTED-We men and women want to enroll 100 bright with us young and sites for a residence and the sat corner of Strong and DeVil-I

smith and woodworker. Good position qualify for' the many-business positionswe est in the city of Pensacola, $5,000. Is'Mt
for right man. Address John G. Welsh. are called upon to filL: We have dozens liers Sts., renting for $13 anonth. :

Carnage_ ..Works. : Pensacola.. ,_Fla.: ____$oct unable of calls every, month that we are Wanted.A )J..
to fill. Terms easy. Day and Oc
WANTED. competent nurse. 701 North night classes. Pensacola Business Col house in good neighborhood and ---.. DcDr.
t Palafox St. 7oct lege. Telephone 300>> or 1037. 14octlw, near business district for about L PROFESSIONAL.
:Money to loan at :lowest.tmarket: rate
.
white for chil
: WANTED-At once. nurse $3,000.
"
-- dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26. I WANTED-Board with private family on of interest. ,0:.
East, or' North Hill by lady of refine List your property with me for sale Mortgages on real 'estate In this city T. G. W
YATES
WANTED-At one, several carrier ment. Telephone 900. 14octlw bought and sold. M.
boys. Apply at this office. All of the Maxent Tract west of "C"' ).I;.
WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay street now for sale. ". CoDe
lIe dozen/ handle all leading brandsof J. W. Bullock Jr.Real Optician.
BOARD AND ROOMS. wines, beers and whiskies, and still ; )1.
manufacture that well-established cough 306 Thiesen Building.Frederick OsI
.
TWO nicely furnished front rooms for medicine.Government Joe Roth Sts.'".' corner- .Tarragonaand Hoot Estate and Mortgage Loans Fisher Real Estate I Dttu..

.- gentlemen; privilege of bath and phone; Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. Agency
convenient to East Hill car line; fine lo.: SMALL HOUSE or cottage by reliable Ausfeld. F. M. .\
cation. Address( ""Landlord" care The tenants. Address 222 West Cervantes Box 173. Phone 637 COLLECTION OP(RENTS A AUSFIELD & C"T
Journal. ISoctlw* street. 9oct :: -
SPECjALTjT.Phone Sc.A

TWO connecting rooms furnished suitable W A.'l\ITED-First-claSs hat cleaning. Old I ',87. 2CS.' Palafox st.. Architects .
.- for light housekeeping; excellent neighborhood hats made new. Cleaning 312-314 Brent Bldg.. 43 Moses I At
pressing MISCELLANEOUS.TREESShade ,
business district. A
near Apply and blocking. Satisfaction guarantee. Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, .
phone 663. ISoctlw
Panamas 50c: Straws 25c; Felt, 35c; B.B
Derbys, 25c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten- ornamental or fruit FOR SALE. WM. A. BORMANS
ROOMS AND BOARD for J3.50 pep week. dencla Street All come in. 6octlm: trees of all kinds; also hedge plants E
Good eating. Apply Mrs. Laura Gomez furnished and planted by S. D. Jackson Architect and C
too West Romana. 17oct2w AlI."TED-AD owners or poultry to I on terms to suit customers.!' Best; refer. FOR SALE-One-half Interest In the O. U
; know that we are agents for'the cele- ences. Address S. D. Jackson. City. K. drug store. Florala,'Ala. Purchasermust Office-305 Brent Building, U
ROOMS RENT with B
FOR privilege of
braCed Conker's Poultry Remedies. Guar. 14octlm be competent to manage business. Pensacola, Fig.i .
light housekeeping; use of bath and L anteed to cure rupe, coolers, gape and to Clean stock: cash trad. H. H Wc- L
phone: on car line. Apply 900 Jackson<< ,, kill flea?, lice and mites. Also their WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP We Dougald, Proprietor. ., 20octONE HICKS' L
: or phone 1457. lloctlm wonderful egg producer. F. S. Mellen & are now in our new quarters 214 East Si
Co. Phone No. 334. 18apr., Intendencia. and prepared to do everything Kranlch & Bach Piano as good asnt'w I.
FOR RE..T-Two unfurnished e
rooms. in wagon and carriage building and
at a bargain. Apply
to W., at
Call or address J. A. Bilhngsley 14 E.CovenmeDt WANTED-At once,. a four or flve-rooni, repairing. E. L. Herring. City. 14oct White's Pharmacy lOG ,South Palafox
stre t. 16oct2w' cottage. Must be close and in
in good street. 13oct3t: l'R
:FIRST-CLASS rooms and board by day; neighborhood. Address 123, Care .Jour- MUSIC-Miss Cawthon's Studio: 3S6 p CURES l'R
nal. Brent Building. Voice and
piano. Special .
week or month at 22 East Garden. 25sept FOR SALE-One-horse wagon and har -
13oct2w attention given to correct breathing and ness. Apply to 402 North 5th Avenue. ALL
TAILORING L. DIamond. Tailor. placement. Hits Beatrice White takes. 19oct3t ,,t :
PLEASANT HOMKUKE PLACE to Gent's clothing'cleaned; pressed and repaired -: pupils in primary piano elocution and ;. AaJ .. .'t
board on North Hill second door from L Lear on short notice. No. 11% West dramatic art. Phone 12S4 :Miss Caw- FOR SALE. CHEAP-100 nice, clean Tridtotflsltls :II 1t.
line. For particulars address No 8 Government ,SL, Pensacola. thon; 810 Miss "'hlte. lloctTARRANCE syrup barrels. Apply to Vucovich Cooperage : .
East Strong. lloctlm I Co., DeLuna street. ISoctlw i
'ANTED-A. p. Bln han. wants your & ADAIR. Livery,* DeF :
TWO: FURNISHED or unfurnIshed
rooms and niak; single or double teams, night '
moving -hauling He
guarantees PANAMA: CANAL EDITION of
The
for rent for light
housekeeping. Phone: all breakage. Pboiie 630. or day; new rigs!, good service, polite. Journal- magnificently NOTICE : a
1102, or apply room 3, :204 H Si>uuPala- drivers. Give us a trial. .hone 59 illustrated t

..: fox. ________________________lloct: WANTED-- Carriages repaired and repainted octlm magazine the city ,and containing harbor.scores For of sale views it all of : : t
FOlTone: cr two newly furn!">i J ; floats built to order; horse i book stores or at The .ounuj olfice. By] The Woolley Sanatorium.the J
: front rooms; soutlirti exposure; with shoeing a specialty. J. G. Welsh Carriage DRAWINGS an kinds; Hull Engine mail 20 cents. Ilsept stitute In the United States where 5r
1: privilege of phone. Vo. 1458. Location Co.WAK' Patent Office machine and misc. made. 5tJ
desirable and business at reasonable rates. Patentable Opium Cocaine and Whiskey
J near ('cnt I", 422 Ideas; deveiuped. i FOR SALE-A pottery works with
W.. Gregory. bail boats launch steam can be without 1
21< ptlm >:: Address : cured exposure,
Ii r The :lterct.ants Transfer Co. engine. steam drying room. moulds,
FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real newlyclean wants your movinr and hauling. All W. C. McGowan. Pensacola. Fla. Saeptltn : and everything: complete for carrying onbusiness with so ouch ease for the patient. (

4, furnished rooms sultab'e! for breakage l. guarantees./: .' B. Thorsn. MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New' tick]- together with the finest! bed of 30 days' time required. ; St
1- light housekeeping on the hilL. Location Proprietor. Phono 978. furnished if desired. Guaranteed.Carpet I. pottery clay in Escambia county. Located your casa and I will write you : :
f. high and healthy. Close-to car line. T f taken and right in the city. Apply to or address
matting laid.
wAN'rED-A1l'Ilidselocilic: f up Lear P. P. Reese. opinion as to wha I I
a
can
i Privilege of work
phone and gas."Apply :314 E. Parker 16septf
I orders at Watson & Reese Co's.sept7. .
I I sell all kinds of electrical .
i Strong. Phone 1213 lOaos batteries for you. Ask your family 1t
1 ;
and othei .electrical sufpl.w. When you FOR SALE Nice home. good location for 1I
i reed me ring 345 or 855. E W. Peake. J. H. PORTER sailniaker 'ill chicken farm. Enquire..Chas. Lorange. to Inrestigate. Dr. B. }I. Woolley, I

LOST.] New Star Laundry Bids :E. Garden. Palafox street. Orders taken for South.tents 1312 West Jackson 5,. lOoctlSt; N. Pryor Street. Atlanta Ga. -1 I

.I awnings: camp stools and house.
cots.
WANTED-Second-band sacks! of all descriptions Prices reasonable. FOR SALE-Good mowing machine, 5(1.
:' LOST-One white and dark brown s..otted .t wanted. If out of town shjp; etc. Sljan out; one ten ft. self dump all steel l 1i
pointer dog; answers to name of r them to us; if in town.'ring us up at No. SHIP "DLERS-McKlnzle hay rake; one 2-section all steel harrow:; SECRET SOCIETIES. !!! i
"Bruce.: Finder return to T. E. John- 314: br bring them t. us 'at corner of I Oerting
;" eon, at Bass &. Co.'s, and receive re Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. .Mellen & & Co. wholesale and retail ship chandlers two hot blast heating stoves burn coalor J
ward. Co., and grocers. Only first-class houseof wood; one tank force pump, capacity PENSACOLA LODGE NO.3. !
oct20tf
;.. I t 23julyi : kind In city. Fair prices to alL 1 bbl, per minute;.one Aermotor wind mill; Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of 1J

Between Stoddart's i one twenty.J.nclfoot meets every Monday evening at
-S LOST- avenue and : power .tinner's p
-' Turner's mill pond. a red blanket with CARRIAGES repaired ar' repainted. shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; ; fine o'clock 'at their temporary Castle J ;
built to order. over
and letter *'P" j Floats Horse shoeinga double barrel hammerless shot JJou's stable West Intendencia
black stripes worked in j MONEY TO LOAN. gun; Mar-
J. W. Welsh
i specialty. Carriage Com : Visitiug brethren cordially welcomed.
i corner. Please return to office No. 10. L lir. repeating rifle 32-oalbre.. G. E. Bvrd- I ;
.;. Salisbury building. or 121S East 13th'' -- pany. 27feb shar. Bluff Springs P1*. Si Sept 1m: H. HORSLEi H.K. of DENX4RD. c.
R. & S.
street. ZOoctlt ] HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY in the bank?
;>. I can get you 8 per cent on the besl MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie t- 25c PURCHASES the receipt for the finest KNIGHTS
LOST OR STOLEN-In sleeper attached I possible security. Leslie? E.. Brooks. Ill Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing i- of cosmetics. Box :326:: City. OF COLUMBUS. t -
,: to Wednesday evening train from, South Palafox. oct20 of all kinds carpets laid furn!L- Eseptimo' Meetings of C ,
Jacksonville a lady's small COld watch ture packed for shipping.! Phone 63: Knights of :
Reward will be paid for Its return to WE'have a few thousand dollars which Next to Tampa landing. 22apnl;i FOR SALE-A. barroom and all fixtures: ];: are held at their '
'. Assistant Engineer Bryan. Revenue we can place on good security at 7 and 3 pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine: No. S West t
steamer 'Penrose." 19oct2t ,,8 per cent. Consult Hooton .&:. Watson. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE' location. At a bargain if sold at once. cia street. on
i ,-. Leading Real Estate. and Insurance: Mattresses made to order; old ones Address box 103,City. 2&ept :Monday evening at
LOST-Ship boat, marked "Noach VI" Agents. 17oct5ti renovated. New ticks ,furnished. Second o'clock..An .
of Kungsbacka In stern: was lout from band furniture bought and sold. Upholstering ::2 FOR SALE-Four good schooners. suit. tion Is extended
alongside my chip Saturday night, 13th i MONEY LOANED on real estate and I and repairing done. 114 E. able for lake sound and river. Ad Visiting Fughts.JOIL"l .
October 1906. Reward for return to B. personal property on short.notice.,, Belmont St.. city. Phone 771. Davis dress "M." care Journal. Maui B. JONES,
Andersen. Master Sed. bark "NoafchVL" i Terms easy. J.' W. Bullard 28% South Mfg. Co.. C. T. Darts, Mgr. I J. S. LEONARD Grand I
ISoct j Palafox St. Phone 1144. FOR SA.LE-\t a,bargain paying Furniture Recorder.DAUGHTERS .

H- .ALF3.IAN'-Tln, Copper and Sheet business at 138 Intendencia, St. ,
I LOST-Brown Collar Fur. Lost on I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight Iron Worker; cornice work and sky Address Box 325. City. hoc] Naomi OP REBECCA.
\ Tarragona street between 32 E. Gregoryand per cent. If you have any that you lights a specialty; roofing. guttering and Rebecca Lodge, No. 10. Daughters
Wright streets. Reward for return t want Interest on. see me about it. It twill repairing. 315 South Palafox St. Phone AUTOMOBILE or trade; nearlynew : 8 meets every Monday nlgbt
: to 32 E. Gregory street. Koctlw be absolutely safe on real estate 1316. JjunelmEDUCATIONAL. and In good condition will sell or sisters o'clock In L 0. O. F. halL 1
S security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. trade for a good horse. Address C. cordially"MRS. Invited to be
z Brashears. Milton Fla. toctlm J. T. PULLIAM. N.
HOTELS. MONEY TO WAN-Everybody borrows MRS. HATTIE 'NEVILLE Sec

'.. .. money from Jno. A- Hall & Co.. 14TA FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling .?I-

E. Government. St. When In need call _____.__. excellent location near Ice factory;]I Rathbone RATHBONE Lodge LODGE No. 30.NO. 30. I
BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniaic Springs. on us. good trade. large lot. good water reason Knights
Good beds. airy rooms, elegant ideals; MRS. IOLA BARTON MASON wffl opena able terms at Marianna. Fla. Address I Pythias meets every Thursday
Castle
free bath and sample rooms. Special I MONEY LOANED on an kinds of personal school of Shorthand and Tn>ewriCng. \V. E. Taylor, Chipley, Fla. lOoctlm I and visiting HalL brethren Members of sister
.; attention to traveling men. Rates $%..00per > cordially
property on short notice. Terms October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al I to attend. J.
M
1. day. J. R. Brown. Prop. I easy. J. B.Gray & Co., 3 W. Romana. caniz or Typewriter Exchange. :313: FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen C. J.' LEVET. K r.. &ROPER S. c. "
& Sons'
piano in handsome
1165. rosewood
Phone lfeb Brent building. 2octlm''* !
f: 'HOTEL SOUTHERN' -Open all the case. A bargain. PIano can, be seen I M. E. : :
l year. American rates.and European plan. Ul'LDlITEDarnou t of money to loan MISS; GEORGIA SE SIB\. graduate of bv canine at the Kandv Kitchen :Soct. I third Wednesday?* A. Jfo-evenings 81- meets at 7:30 first j. '
Special summer First-class all kinds of
In .
on
-; every respect. Pleasant and convenient clal rates to business personal property. Spe Knox College, Illinois and- Ferris FOR SALE-Fine welf -grown Barred Ra.Tord Hall, No. 10, West Inten<
lirb. T. L. Bowen Prop.. Pensa loans. The New York men Loan' on Co.. large Kindergarten College Micfu, will opena Rock Cockerels March and Apnlhatches street. A. G.. FELL, Prep J I
cola, Fla. lIsp South Palafox. .' 204** Kindergarten and Primary School. October $1.00 to $%.00; hens last year'sbreeders. J 1. SWEENET.PENSACOLA See,.
1, at her home, S12 12th street. $1.00 each. Mrs. Lizzie E.Hufaes

I: BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu THOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loans. Terms, J3.00 per month 25seplm Chlpley,_I-Ia. 27aeptlci; Pensacola LODGE NO, 4. I. O. O.

,- Transient ropean plan trade: Rooms solicited.light 573-579 and clean. I stH Up-stairs. corner 'Palafox and.Romana FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber meets every Lodge Thursday Xo. evening 4. L 0.,at O. .i isited.
South
12septlm land 11.500 saw mill timber and at the new hall
sawmill on Belmont and
Jos. S. .
Palafox. Nicolau. Prop. I .
: FOR RENT. 32-roem hotel at a bargain. Sev streets Visiting brethren cordially
r 1 eral good farms and town properties. R& 5WTPKOVSKT.. N.
Writ Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley, Fla. A. Vr Secretary
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BARBER SHOPS.MILTON FOR RENT-Some njce scores an East I
-, FOUND. .. Government street; cheap rent. The 22sept- w.O.w.
W Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly FOR S.ALF--one horse and wagon -2 Live Oak Camp No.
When I. W. O.
visiting hershave ,
FOUND-A bunch of keys on postoffice tonsorial work done your buggies fine cow seven head of hogs. meet In Pythian hall the ht and
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by SUms, Will FOR RENT-A.' R. BIngham has storage 3 dozen chickens gentleman's saddle and
steps Sunday, October ling Wednesdays la each
14. Owner month.
4 can street opposite jaiL Clothes and room for rent, suitable for furnitureor 2 sets of harness. Apply to Mrs. C. L..
get same by chereigns cordially invitedtT.aT.re .
: proving property and paying, hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient other goods. 104 and 108 South Tarragona WUkerson Park.
near
: tor this ad. 19oct I to hotels. Phone .63.. 26aOf street. Phone C39. i Kupfrian's- Itoctlw:* E. DM- IIOGmCH.. Clerk c.

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OFF'c (Continued from Page Two.) iS8. John Mitchell. Merchant .. ...."II....I".!!.. !."......". :0 1 1 60 50 I I 80 10% c M WD Jr..Money..Le...........-. Stt 0 01 ,
i H. O. Aen Merchant ................ ia 0 t 804. Lw ............i '
THE 59 9. Jas. L. Merchant .. .. 0 0 I J. J. Sullivan. 10 M
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o : Amount of License, '691. Hugh : Merchant .... .. :0 1 5 805. R A. 'Merchant ... ... ............. '
: 379 Malony. ..... ........... ..... 1 DaY .. .. .. 6
IBusness State. 69' J. L. ............ fOt
Anchor County. Geo 30 80. ..
Su Merchant .... .... .......... I < 6 '
I.I. 4 380.3S1.. Iez. .... .......... 3 00 1 50 59 3. C. G. tu. Merchant .. :0 1 50 Stephens tc. Spears, Jet .. .........-........ 3 1 6. .. .
w&n.z Merchant ... .
inferior laundry vr ............ 3 150 694. C. G.: 1 59 80S. 0 .
caused by I Ja I .
O Restaurant .
less 20 Itn
than
: 38 0611'2iercnant .... ...................... 1 50 595. S. Taberras Beating 6 00 2 59 809. ........ f p
: C.IL Smith. .... .. ........... :0 e Merat ....... 3 1 69 I I 810. ZU. f .
4 work and join the 3 d l rcht .. ... .. 0 1 50 3 96. S. 0 Jo Rth One Penny Store Machine ... 2 .
4 < 384.. llenw el& lechat .... ...;.....*.... 3 110 697. Tab, Merchant---------3....... 1 69 ill. WJc* Co., Merchant .......... 0 1 .
4 satisfied throng that is 3S... aden .......... ...... S.00 9 93. McMillan Sale e .. j 00 1 50 I Manuel Restaurant Seating less .tha'P9 .. | 0 J I'll
and Feed Stable ..... .Pe1 :
4 3!>6. 1. B. t Sn Melcht ... ........... .... 3 00 1 50 5 99. &Tuon.. Solicitor 100 I 09 I 113 B. S Solicitor ...... I 0 ;
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<0 the best laundry 387'R aniels Merhat ... ................... 3 00 1 50( R 1 Insurance Co. .. .. Idustra Le and. 114 W. Brown Merchant ... .... .. 3 :5 .
: Betting 388'l'en Al .Merchat *... .... .......... ..... :00 1 50 600. Het Insurance ... .:.... ... .. j KQ 115 K. 1 Jones. Merchant ..........*.... ....... .... ..* 0 1 '

work that 1 can be furnished 389. w. Cotton Broker ..... ....... ..... 10 60 A M Nobles Slctr... Idut.Le....and... 116 .J. A Met & Co- Merchant .............. :0 1 : I
4 Murphy, Heth .. 50 30
4 390 I' 1& Broker Merchant. .................... e 0 601. llchol.-Merhant ..................................... 3 09 1 50 81. Cub Selling Liquor to Members and NonResIdent -

4 at 391. ,?.a" 'Peton. .,v ...(.Trnferre. ......to...W..A.....B.ett..... 3 1 50 602. E.The Str Lundr., Laundry... ................... 10 00 5'0 I 81*. T. J. Wech Dentist, membership.less than 75........ ........ 100 0 f r S
4 0 603 C ... .. .. 19 819. ; J 160
BartholomyMerchant .. ...
......... . 3 0 0 Co, Inc. Real Estate Agent .
392. . ... 150 Lawyer ....... .. .....
s The Star Steam'Laundry 393. I Merchant ....... ............ 00 605. L. Reevts. Sons, .: .. .... ".. ...... 10 0 6 0 8to. McDavid Hye Co Money Lender 109 0 I I
Bunderhlmer.) ....... .. 1 60 Bel's Merhat ... ...... ... 1 D. J. Merhat ... 0 ,
00
Ierht .. ... 6 06. Will 1
394'A. est ..........%..........h...... : 1 50 607.. Lightman & KleIn Merchant............... ........... 3 00 1 69 8%% O. Johansen, Retut Seating less than 20 .......... :0 2
4 7.!. 0 3 John 0 :
....... ... 1 50
: 39i Robinson tckln. Merchant, ..(...... ...to... Mayo.... 3 0. 1 50< 608. Lghtm. 1 Kei Pawn Broker _... ..... ...... 100 0 0 60 0 8:3 March 16. Merht. ....(Tfer. .to C G Qu

& Jones Merhat Tnfere 609. Jaby. Dealer In Precinct 13 ...........699 259 24. L G. Crosby, ..... .... 5 0 1 "
January 3, 1 5039S 610. M. Merchant 0 Merchant ............._.... *
6 397. T. \V. Merchant .... :0 Jacoby .......... .......... 30 15 85 L E. Waggenheim, One.Billiard Table ...... 10 0 16 '
Youngblo 6 John
4 4 37 E, Garden St. Phone 114 G The G P tns Bedsole. Merchant Co. Merchant ..... ...... 58 00 %1 300 50 6 11.12. W. E Isham McCauley Restaurant& Co, Liquor Seating Dealer less than In Precinct 20 ....14........600 % 827.. Escambia F. W. Marsh Grocery Lawyer Co.Merchant .......... ......... 3 0 0 I 0 ; ,

4 Pensacola Fla. 400.4Ql'f"u.;. H. Trainer, Merchant.......................... 3 300 0 11 6 613.14. W.H. Rowe.. McCauley Merchant& Co(, Dealer in Cgr J.and Morgan Tobacco* Co..., 5 0 0 500 1 8 A.CharlesJackson.Goldbach, Merchant' .......... W 3 00 9 1 o 6 I

3. 6S: 4 0.'.. ..,.r Josephine Lad inter. Merchant ..! 3 1 5 Nov. 29, 1905 ....Trsfere.. .. ....a 159 82.. Goldbach,Hotel 15 t o25 logr. 19 0 I :
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--- WHlam Retaurnt seUg less than 20 6 2 50 615. Acosta Merchant ... .. .. 0 831. A ...... .- J 0
Rosenau 0 'Whte. .. .. ... 1 69 Joe Abraham, Merchant
6 w- :gt ..... .. :0 ... S 1
Tom Anderson Merchant ........ ... .. 6 0 3 0 61. P. Solicitor for Idutra Insurance 83% D. Howe, Lawyer .. ... .... 0 : ,
... ..
..... .. 10
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...: F- 4 0. Mrs. Louisa Pfelffer Merchant .,... 3 1 ABanking Co. ... ... ....... ..... ... Z 50 $ E B Wells, Merchant ............................ 3 e I .
3 81. .
00 1 5 L. Sara, Merchant ... 834. -
4 ..... .......... ... 3 1 59 Cary, "
John
S Kelrg. Merchant ._........................ C. 0 Contracting Stevedore 10 00 5 00
407. .,. R. 30 1 5 flS. W. Corer. Merchant ....... ......... ...... 3 835. Merchant
MCMILLAN 1 I BROS.CO I 408. tte Mlndel. Co.. Livery and Feed Stable 4 to 8 horses 5 0 gl I 119. K E Dealer in Precinct 14 ................ 50 60 259 0 86. C Apsto., .( Oeo. :0 16 .
Merchant 0 0 ) A. Vucovica
(Transferred to erht S
Feb. Tfene
; Ropke Fay, Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco .. January t
youto 1906. ......... ..... ........... ..... .... E .. :... 0 2 t. ..... 3
: :00 1 6 21. Geo. Dean, Merchant .................. ...... 1 60 837. Mrs. Ellen Burke, 0 I -
::09. O.Harrison Bros., Merchant".I.I....!.... 0 3 0 C 22. Geo Helna. ......................... :O 159 838- T. H. Fleetwood, 'Meht ...... 3 0 g .
.ur 4 11.: t McVoy, Merchant 3 I 623. Mrs. Jacbsn Merchant ..... ....... ........ 3 1 50 839. W. B Merht S 0 1 1
$1f E STIl'1UDPE \ llorpan &Bro.. Merchant ......... 3 00 1 & .
, : Southern Market Merchant ..,...,... -' ... .... .. 841. W. H. t........ '
tt The West 3 00 1 90 625. E. G. Sewell, Merchant ... ........... :0 '1 59H. Lewis, Liquor Dealer In Precinct 15 .... 10 0 6 0
,sr U 3 End Market Merchant 3 00 1 50 626. Bryans Co., ..... ............ .. 1 50 I 842. W. Lewis'Dealer GO t
Cigars
Mtrhat 1
414. 1 & 0 and Tobacco ...... :
Pensacola ....
Market ....... '
1 61' :ferhnt ... ... ... 3 00 1 50< 6 27. Ge. B Green .....;..... ..;...... 3 0 1 69 i 843. Ca Neal. Merchant I 0 I 50 .
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415 Dpt Market Merhant .. .' 3 00 1 50 628. Ge. Green. Merchant .. .. ......... .:.... C 3 09Sidney i! 8. Mr Me Hotel 0 1 90 : ::1T
--. L Bro. Wholesale Dealer in fresh Meats ...100 0 60 629. Kahn Merchant ....,,...... ......... 1 59Jos. :..Cteo. Acmot 15 t %
4 417.98. R: lIay&& Co.. Merchant Turpentine.Still.................25 25 0 630. Niealau. Merchant *......;...... ..:..... ... :0 160 i 845. E. H. Cater Dt..w............. ........ 100 I 0
R S Co. ... 300 ... .. 846. Southern .
150 Jos. Nlcalau Seating less than % ... 00 2 59 Merchant 100 I 0
419. A Dunham. Stevedore .... .......... 10 00 63.. Joe Resturnt 15 Lodgers .........;... I 2 50 847. JoeEothOnePeunystoreace... ..... 0 .. ,
4JO. M. Maon, Livery and Feed Stable, keeping less than 50 633. Nlcaau Hotel. .. ... ............ 0 1 848. Cbas. Merchant .... 5 0 J *<
Gren .. .. 5
Merhat R. .
( 4 hone ........ ......... ..... ......... 5 0 2 60 634. Reed. Merhant ......... .............. ::0 0 1 5 849. G. J. & Co., Merchant ..... ... :0 1 ;'-
<:1.. A1brt Shinahouse Merchant ......... ....... 3 150 635. "'. C Nor. Liquor Dealer In Precinct 1.... ....... S 259 0 .Merchant.......... 0 1 6 : c cI
4!3. Williams Hampton, Merchant .. 300 150 636. W. Dealer in Cigar and Tobcc. ..... 00 2 851. J. W. Gay. Merchant ......... a 0 15 Jjt
424.< Bros., Merchant :00 1 50 61. W. C. Norman, Liquor I .... ..... 609 00 259 85% H. H. Burleson, Merchant : 15 .
R. s Quina & Co, Ship Broker ... 5 W. Noa. Dealer in and Tobacco. ...... 5 00 2 0 853 Antonio Merchant :0 L5 .5
4 25. K. 0 C Cr MaplJ ...
4..6. Man. Merchant 3 00 639. Hal Lnder ............. .. .. .190 09 50 09Clinton Mrs. E C Merchant ....... 3 e 1 : .
Wm Dealer in Precinct too 00 640. ....... .. S55. J. W. 3 .
250 OC .. 1 59 0
.... 16
1 : Merhat .. C. (
---- ------- 427 Wm Yates Merchant ... .. ..... ......_. I 00 1 50 641. John .. ......... .......... :0 1 50 Mill Company Merht, Tsfere t. Saunders... j S
Shear.
428. Malano Merchant ......:...... 300 150 642.C43.. Green ,atn. Merchant ........>. ....... 310.3 0 18 09 S5$. .Joe Reed, ercbant.'(Transferred : 300 ISO i-
Mrs. II. E. Miller Merchant 300 1 50' Richard Jr.Liquor Dealer I Precinct 1;..... 259 0 March %7. 1906. ..;..... .......t..s.M.it...; 5 .
430
Manuel M*>tzelon Merchant 3 00 1 50' 644. Richard Morris, Jr..Dealer hi and Tobac...... 5 2 856 .o Re. Mercnt 3 0 1 S ,, ,
M MARKETREPORT 31.432. Crescent News Co., Merchant .. 3 0 1 r' 643. Richard Morris, Jr.,'Liquor Deer Cir ... ...590 0 0 250 00 1 Miltea. ..........j..3 3 0 1 5 j f. .
Crescent News Co., Restaurant Seating less than 20 .. 2 646. Richard Morris, Jr.. Dealer and Tobacco .... 5 2 858. Merchant .. 0 1 5 1
433. F. Merchant ....... ... .. I i Cgr ... .. 0 6 159. Mrs. Bottle Powell. 2 1 .
Sege. .... 00 1 50 647. Annie Stevens. Merchant ......... .. 3 1 Merchant ., f: \
434. C. & Co.. .... ... .... .. 869. Mary E. 3 00 1 l
Merhat .. .. 3 00 1 50< 6 48. Mrs. Merchant ... .. .... 160 Brw Merchant
NO REPORT RECEIVED. 435. Barnneau Bros.. Merhat .......... 300 150 6 49. C Coul Co., Merchant ......... 30 3 09 861. Oar E Kaur ..Broker .. 3 0 1 5 .
Owing to failure of the Union 416. Barrineau Bros., Turpentine Still 25 00 %500 660.: A. A. Suarez, Restaurant n.J s than 29 :::::::::::: 5 09 2 59 86% Her Dnt ........'.':...:.\i./"....... 10 .i 0 l
the usual daily 'Veter report of r 437. Concord Club Club Selling Liquor to Members and Non 651. David Lv.Junk Dealer .... .... ........ 60 09 10 863. Wilder Mehat -.... .-.. 0 {0 t

wIre.Witcher Zemurray & Co. was not received resident Guet 150 00 75 00' 652. Geo. & Sons. Merchant ... ... ......... :0 9c1. C. Ry Mitchel -................... ........ :0 Lfl L ;.
438. C. L. bhlngle Mill, less than 25.000 Dally CapacIty 653. W. & Sons, Merchant ,. ... 3 00 Estate 100 t '
Ge. Pryor ... ... ... .6 I 866.: Agent ....:... ..... 50 4j. ;
..... 500 500 654. Meriwether, Money Lender .. ....... ....... 00 SO 00EastHIll Wm. Holland Merchant .,.. ... t n : ;
NAVAL STORES 439. Saunders Mill Co., Merchant 6 00 3.0C 655. Grocery Co, Merchant ........ ........ 30, 1 50 J 67.> The McDavid Hyer Co. German .. 3 00 1 :
440.: Saunders Mill Co., Manufacturer of Sash, Doors and Crates 7 50 7'50 656. Amiello DI Lustro. Liquor Dealer In Precinct 14 ........50 0 259 00 liance Co., .........Ic. ...Slclor.for.... . /
Ga. 19.-The 441. Meyer Shoe Co., : ...... 868. The McDavid . S
., avanl Ot nva Merht 1: 00 6 657. Amiello DI Lustro, Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco .. .. 0 260 Hyer Co. Insurance Solicitor for
today as : 442. J. 1;. Williams, : 6 00 3 9' Amiello Di Lustro. Restaurant Seating less than 20 ... 6 2 69 Rutgers Fire Insurance Co, of-N. .. Glob
makt fol< V.
.tre 413. W. S. Hooton, Merchant ... .. .. .. 0 658. Lumber Merchant ...... 869. McDavid flyer Co. A'J
The Insurance
.. .. ...... 3.00 1 Export Company ...... 20 Jt for b 'J
W\V .......... ..... ........580 4t4. Ilank Bros.. Merchant .. 3 00 1 50' 60. Rhodes Futch Collins Co..Merchant ....... 400. 0 Fire Insurance Co, of N. Y. ... ...... .... .
.... ... ............ Friur 1 870. The .
WG ... ... 550N 445. Merchant ..... ............. 6 41. Co., 09 McDavid Hyer Co. Insurance; '
.......,. ...... 446. TEo Fracel. ... 3 0 1 50< :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 59J. Union Fire Solicitor for K :
..... ..5.11S Adrew Constantne. Merchant ..... ................... 3 1 50 662.6S3.. A. Ryan, Merchant 12 00 6 09 Insurance Co.of PIttsburg ;
.........._. 447. .. .... .. 87L The McDavid .h--- .. 269
If 1 C Yarjo. .... 3 00 1 6(1( Kitchen Co.. Restaurant Seating more than 15-00 '59 He C. Solicitor for .' 1
) .............. .... ....4.60 44*. Agelo. Merchant .... 300 1 50' 664. Kd Kitchen Co..Mehat ...................:. ... 300' 150 ---" "I"-Isnc. ... ......... Aurce. 4 S S
I .,._. to 485 449. E.'J. Liquor Dealer in Precinct ....... .500 00 250 &&5. UV SMIfmnn. Mpr hAnt .uuuu..... ... Oft 1 Kft 81. The McDavid Hyer Co. Insurance ... ... 269 I
for
B .. .... ....... ..4.25 to. 430 450. E. J. Dunham. Lealer In Cigars and Tob 1 ........ 5 00 2 0 666.: Joe Weili i -Lrvery Sale and Feed Stable, 4 to l.h ne.l:::: 00 5 00 873. The Birmingham Fe Insurance Co. ..SIctor.. .......Atlanta-....... 4 o ,
l> .425 T. A. Liquor Dealer in Precinct .. ...... 6 67. The Water Co, Furnishing Water Under Sec McDavd 2 50 .
F .....................................420 4,1.! T. A Hall..Dealer in Cigr and Tobao 1...:..... ....500 500 00 250 2 50 00, Penol.. ...v......... .... ..... 500 % 874. :C. Insrae, SUctr...for Alur. S .

E ................J..4.1 0 .. T. A Hal Liquor Deler ...... ..... 600 250 668. A. Greenhut & Co.. Ierehat ............. ... %50 TicCiy Co.. Insurance Soicltors'i 2 10
1) ............. ......................4.03 454. T. A Hal Deer i CIgar I and Tobacco ...... .. 0 2 0 669. ... W. Bullard. Money Lender .........*.. ........109 0 59 0 875. of Newark N. j. .... ... .i'Amerjcna.
o ....:...... .;.. ... 4 ..... I 670. J. B. Co, Money Lender 100 0 0 Henry Hyer, for New .. .. 2 60 .
e. .3.9i ;! Biza ..... .... .. 00 1 50 50 876. York Life .
Spirits Turpentine, U3 cent 456 Armstead John Merchant ... ............ 3 09 1 50 671.: F. W. rte Medicine Co. ch r:::::::::::::::::::: 3 00 1 59 877. F. M. Whiting, Insurance Solicitor for New York .. 2 60 1.

0. D. Adck Mechat ........h............... .. 3 00 1 60 672. Wm. Johnson &Son ...... .............119 CO 55 09 878. W.W. L.I* Gilmore Gilmore,, Merchant ................Le....... 2 50 -' _
New York Cotton Market 458. Jlm.Wel f.. ....... ..J.. .... .. 00 1 59 673. Wm. Johnson Sn Deer in Guns Pistols and Bowie 879. Hotel Keeper 15 to 25 Lodgers .., .. 10 150 :
: Harry .
Open High 459. Merchant .... Appear!. Shooting .. 0 5 _
Knives 19 Gallery
JauaI ...1O.85 10.88 Lw. Cole. 460. *Rbns. < Roblnsn, .. .. ....,. ....... 3 00 i 1'50 1 60 6 74. R$ en"Merchant :::::::::;::::.:::::::::::::::::::::: 3 00 00 5 1 60 00 880.881.: N. W. Nicholson & Son. Merchant :::::::::::::::::::::::: 16 7 0 r. -

ach ....10.96 11.03 10.83 10.9G 461.: F. Brighton, Merchant ::::::::::::::::::.:::::,:::.::::- 3 I 1 60 6 75. Var Dawklns & Co.. Turpentine Still ............. .. 25 00 35 J. L Matbis, Merhat ..... ... ......... ... J : 1 60 '

......lc 11.03 10.95 1.0 462. 1 A Dubison, Merchant .... ...........3. g 1 60 6 76. Mellen & Co. Merchant ...........'.......... 9 0 SIGrg..Johnson, Pol Table Dete from Bar.... : 160 -
October ._. 10.81 10.75 463. Merchant .. .... 77. Calm & Co Merchant 18 0 Joh Jones .. ... 6 0 26
Moscnes .. ...... .. 3 1 50 9 00 *84. .. .. .. 0 ,
December ..10.76 10.85 10.6 10.7Z 44. A Moung, Merchant .. ... ...... .. ..... ,3 00 1 50 :78.: WsIJ. O'Leary, .Mr ..::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::: 3 00 1 50 Mary Jernfgan Mill Co..Saw Mill, 15,99 .. 100 I 0

New York spots lie. 465. M.' Merritt Merchant ......... .. ..... .. 3 0 .1 5(1 6 79. Stdar .Merchant ............... 12 0 6 0 885. W. an Gypsey Band no.Fortune T-cpit. ........ 25 ,..
466. C 1C Turner, Merchant ....-..... .. ... 12 6&0 Reb@ Mlnlx. Boarding House for 10 t 1 Lodgers .,. 5 2 iS7. A. A IAembre Merht ... 0 1 6 -$
Grain ard Provision Market 467. A E:Manuel Merchant ... .... .... ........ 300 .GO est K beJr .. .... ... ... .. .... 3 00 1 50 8S8. J. C Binckey. ..... ....................... 10 12 e 10 \ 4 '
Wheat Close 468. A Contracting Stevedore ......... ..... 10 00 6 00 1 Sanders. Merchant ......... ..... .... .... 3 1 69 889. U. Fser.. Merht $ 0 S
December ..............73s 469. Chs Williams, Merchat ........ ............ .... 3 00 1 50 683. 1 L. Cashman, Pawn Broker .. ......... .... .... 0 50 890. J. A. Broker G 1 60 ,. _
May ..... .....-...........78% 470. P. : ............... ....... ... 300 1 50 684. S. Cahma. Merchant .... ............ 10 0 0 1 0 891.: C. H.BUllngsley Laney, Lawyer Two Pool Tables. Disconnected. from Bar.. 2000 .2 $o _
Corn 471. Joe Roth Liquor Dealer in Precinct 13 ............500 250 00 685. A. Moyer. Merchant .................. 3 1 69 89 Sewell 19 1000 ',
:acembr ..... ......:% 472. Joe Roth Dealer In Cigars and Tobc...... .... .5 0 2 50 686. .W. Higgins, Dentist .. ........... ....... ... 10 00 6 00 $ %. Sa UvI. and Feed Stable, to 20 25 00 6 05
% 4.3 L"'i Ca.. Merchant ..................... 15 0 7 50 687. .. L Smith. Dentist .. ...... ........... ...... 10 00 5 00 894. 1 E. McKee.,Unon. Central Life Insurance 1 hoes... 0 1 60 1 a
Oats- Wilson, Money Lender ........ 688. G. | Merchant .. .... .... 3 1 Solicitor for Union Central 50 I if'
1 ........ .. 100 00 50 00 Stato. ... ... .. .. 00 1 50 895.' Goldring, Life .,. _
: Decsniber .. .... .... .,.....33*I 475. .J. 1 1sn. Real Estate Agent ...."....... ..... 10 03 6 689. W. M. O'Brien. Merchant ............. ..... .; 3 00 1 69 S96. a Thiesen, Two Pool Tables Disconnected from Bar .... 2 50 1''
p1 I .. I It 476. Merchant ; ... 0 690. Glandina, Merchant ...... ........ .. Merchant .. .. 200 10 r
+ 3 .
& .J..3: 3 O.La. ... .. .. .. .. 3 00 1 Mr ... .. 1 50' 897. Joe Santo .. .. .. 0
j /: I 477. H.f Ha3ett Merchant ............... ....... 3 00 1 50 691. c Johnson, Merchant ..... .................*;.. 15 0 0 7 50 898. .a. Re Merhat .. .... ......... ... ........... 3 0 -
Je York Stock Market 48. .............. ....... .._.... 300 150 6 92. Hartman Merchant ...........*..:. .. 3 1 69 899. ) Mie. urt Seating less than 2. .. 6 1 69 p
COle' 47<. Philp. -Aptle. Merchat .........;......... ....... 309 1 50 693.. Robinson Livery and Undertaking Co., 'S 0 lron. & C.Merchant .. .. 0 to I -
Sou. Paa .._.t.... ... .., !..4SO.4SL. Ge..Ano. ]frhat .....,....... ........ ... ... 3 150 Few Stable, not over S bores ............ .; 19 09 US 991.? B? Shine Wittje5, Steveor. 110 6 0 I
Copper .7. ...?.......114% seating less than 20 .......*......... '5 & 2 50 694. The RoMwon Livery and Undertaking Merchant .... "' 10 C 1. .... 0 5 0
A. 8. R. ....vCvAtch .... .. :..13.1 482. Wm. Ooldstucker. Merht ...... ...... .... 3 00 1 50 695. Go. T. Mora Lawyer ............C. ........... io 0 i 02. John Isham Anderson, &Co., Merhat .... 10 3 0 6 0
I C 483. J. D. Waters, .. .... ....... ....... ..... 3 00 1 50 696. Solicitor for Fire Association of 0 904. Cos Hotl 10 t rooms ... ..... ...... 5 0 "l 6
A. R. .157 .C 484. Simon J hgn Merchant ... .%....... ......... -3 09 1 60 Philadelphia .............,. ..... .. 2 50 I 905. C J Dentist ........ ....... .... 1900 2 -
i.R. T. .,. 78 485.4S5.. Mrs IL Rendall Merht ....... ........ .. 00 1 50 697. Joseph Riera. Insurance Solicitor for Fire Association of 906. B Tler. 10 I 00 _
& .f....1204 Geo W. ............. ......... :00 600 Philadelphia .......... ............ 2 60 907. Lena G1la In Precinct 15. 0 0 .
Ere ..-................,." 487. t, IL Des Insurance Solicitor, Mutua Aid Association of 6 8 Willie Laoarto. Merchant ................ 3 00 1 50 908. Girdin Dealer In Cigars and Tobacco ... 50 0 250
'. L .54 .. ................ ............... 2 50 6 John Gaies Merchant ....... ..... ......... 3 0 1 .. 909. La. Giaria Two Pool Table Connected With Bar .. 0 2 50 .
U. S. .47% 4SS.4S9.. W. E. Insurance Solicitor for Union Mutual Aid 700. J. W. able Merchant ......... ......... .... 160 I 910. J. lIetn Mehat ... 10 0 6 0
U. S. Pfd ....... ...... ...106 HR. Abbtt Amelia .... ..... ....... .. 2 50 701. Southern Hotel accommodating 25 to 50 .... ... 30 'BO IlL Alonzo Ave ..... ............ .. ... 19 $
S. .......... ...........36n 70%. Southern Hotel Dealer in Cr and Tobacco ............. I 0 S 50 I Bar H. .. 4 Pool Table from 0 5 00 S
... Dlnete
L. & N. ..14Lead 490. F. C. Pharr, Insurance Solicitor.: for Union Mutual Aid 703 E D. ... ............ ........ I 0 0 5 u $12. Mrs. J. .. .. ...... ... 40 00 S
McClure
... ..-.77M. Association of America ........... ....... ...... .2 50. R P. Reese Lawyer ...... .... ....;... ... 19 CM 913. S Hotel .15 to 25 Rooms ... 10 29 00
P. ..... ... ...........94i 49L L. Rentnbk Merchant (Transferred to Lu C Rady .'' 7 05. A Walker Merchant ..... ....... ..... 3 09 150 914. WI. Hr Merht, ... 3 0 6 00 .

C.._.ITS :larch .) ...................... .. ...., 00 150 '06. E Wanenhelm Pol Table Disconecte from Bar.. 10 0 5 00 915. E. E. Wilbelm .. 0 1 50 -
!!IBJ C. P.... ........177i '492. Toasa Merchant ............................. :00 ; 1 60 707. Th8 Pbey. ........... .. ....... 100 5 00 I $16. The Pure Oil Co Merchant, h :0 3 1 60 iltl 9
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C.131 433. Peter. Merchant .....,.,........ .... 3 00 :* 150 70S. Ben Stevedore ....... ...... 0 6 I 917. The Pensacola 0 0 .4
P.O..1. 81 494. Angelica Peter Merchant ................. ...; 300'" 1 50 709. Wiley Nobe Merchant ........................ 3 1 0 91$. Eugene Arbona,Abstract Co, Abstractor of Titles t.I: 00 3 .
RDO .........,<*....*..'.147% 493. Ate Peterl. Resturant SeUnr less than 20 ....... .. 500' 2 50 '1 10. Joh Resturt Seating Je tha 29 ....... I 00 2 50 919. Eugene Liquor Dealer In Precinct I.......... 00 S
St. 1'-% .....*..173% '4&6. Crap. .. ... ....;..... 3'00 160 7 11. The Alger Suiva Lubr Co., Sw )m Capacity over 920. Abna Jer Merchant in Cigars.and Tbac...5 0 %0 I _

itr.--. ......:..... 273' '497. Angelo Corap.Merchant .......... ........ .300 150 6P.OOCI ......... ................. ... 1260 12 50 I 9% Lwi. Crawford e Estate ... .. 15 0 7 .i
S. R. ........... 34Va 498. Co us tan Merchant (Transferred to Alex '1!. The Ateer Sullivan Co. Merchant ...,....... .0 20 H. T. Agent ....... 10 0 89
T.C.L ............ .......157% Bell & Co., Jaruar 6, 1906 ................... 300 .\\ 1 60 7 13. Fannie Jkli. Lumbr to 25 Lr...... .... 10 0 I 0 0 %. Robert Cwfod. Money.Lender ................. 0 5 00 .
4 Penna ... ..... .......141 i 499.. The Moore Ice Factory, Capacity less 7 14. S. Merchant .. .. 3 00 I 924. Robt Ben:l Seating less than 29 ... 10 0 600 ,
4 ...................IS4 50 Tons Daly.Ice'ork............. ........:.....t.. 7 59 '50 7 15.: W. S. Garfield& Co., Ice Factory: less.i.25i ; ;:::::: 5 00 6 00 I '25. Mary Bibb, Merchant Merchant ....... ........ 3 09 1 : -
4 500. C Smith, .......... .. ....... ... 3 00 1 50 716. W. S Garfield & Co., Merchant ... ......... 3 0 1 59 I 926. .. .............. 3 1 59 -
6 Cotton Letter. 501. Merchant .. 7 17. a Merchant ...... 3 I e.Pita Merht 0 6 '
... ... .. .. ..... 300 150 Thompson 1 927. 3 \
New York. Oct 19.-The cable showe 502.V.. Cazepa" Insurance Solicitor for Fidelity and Casul 7 18.: J. M. Coe, Merchant .......:::::::::::::::::::.::::::: 1500 7 : 92. David L.. Insurance ....... 0. 1 ,
disappointing market Insurai. Co. .. .. .. 7 19. The Packing Co., Wholesale Dealer In Fresh Meats 100 Solicitor for Pean Mutual .... 2 50 r .
a morig alty ... ........ ... 2 50 Cudahy 0 t I W. McDavid, Merchant .. .. 260 .
4) the opening and as the :ontnue ad 503. Joe Frater, Merchant ......,.... .. .... ... 3 00 160 720. The Pensacola Iron Works & Supply e Merchant .... 3 54I I 930. 3. R ...* .. ........ .. .. 3 1 fi} -
the New York market opened 504. T. H. Lannon A Co.Merchant ............... 34 00 17 00 '%1. L. Mayer Merchandise Broker .. .. .... ...... 5 0 I 931. Tea R BrdeT. Menat. 27 ... ...... ... 3 0 I .; I

.4'p pint! down below previous days close 1:5. Manuel iStagno, Merchant ....... .... .. ..... 380 160 723. C. A. Rouse Merchant .. ..... .............. 3 00 1 50I I '3% Bil Setin..... ...... 50 0 %16 .
lower cables and r N.: Goldring Liquor Dealer In Precinct 1.........509 0 250 00 723. Leslie.E. Brooks, Lawyer .......... .... ..... 10 0 5 0 I 933 C IL Lawyer ............... .........7. 3 .0 1 0 'i
the 507. N. Dealer in .. .. Real Estate .... .. .. 10 .ston ... i
. reports throughout cotton belt continued L- Goldring. Cigars and Tohcc ... 5 2 50 7 24. Leslie E Brks Agent ... 0 I 00I Co-Operatlve lv
to d lle Jauar selling to 508. N. GoMring Liquor Dealer in Preinct 1...... ..... 500 0 250 00 725. S. Pasc.Jr. ........ ....... ........ 19 0 0 I 935. Pensacola Co. Merchant ..lt Mert 3 0 50
1971 from market recovered 509. N. Gdln! Dealer !In Cigars and Tob............. 6 2 50 726.1 Ge. Win. Merchant ... .......... .......3. 1 10 I 9311 Jacob GrII, ...... ....... 0
4 ..
. 19 points, January closing steady 510. N. Gldrn Liquor Dealer in Pelct 1............ 50 0 250 0 '27. Mog. Dealer In Peic li ............ EOO 0 259 0 I Siebl Bros Merant Show ................... "0 0 ,2 0 _
0 at 10.80. 511. N. Dealer in Cigars Tobc. ......... 0 2 '28. W. H. Harvey. Merchant ......... ......... 3 0 1 )I 938. Clark Dog and Pony Show ........... ..t10 0 5 00
0 The weather is now an Important factor 512. N. Coldring, Liquor Dealer In ............509 250 729. Jlr!K. Evans. Merchant ................. 30 160 939. The Solomon Furniture Co .. 18.0 09 -
4 In the market and I the prPlcte 513. N. Goldring. Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco .............. 5 00 2 0 '30. Mr. K. Evane. Restaurant Seating less tan 20 ...... Go. 2 50 I 940. Merchant ... .. ...... I 50
rains through the belt mature short 514. Kllck & Gray Merchat .. ........ ........ 60 300 731. Brawner, Merchant ......... ............... % O 12 0 941. E Grenblatt, and F..ed .Stable ...................... 2 0 0 1 50
be expected to co\er cnsiderableThe 615. Anastasia Retaunt Seating'less than 20 ... 0 2 69 '73%. John Crockett Merchant ..... ....... .... .. 3 1 I 942. J. B. Guttman Stevedore ,............... 15 0 '50 S
fresh buying will be Induced. 516. Mrs. E D. Nordstrm Merchnt ........... .... 3 0 1 60 733. Peter Murphy :rerht .............. .... .... 3 00 1 50 I 943 White & Nix, Merchant .. 100 6 00 ., !
semi-weekly receipts at principal 517. John Done. Mercat ............ ...... ....... 30 150 734. S. Israel } ......... ............... 3 0 1 60 I G. F. Turner Merchant ....i.. ,.......,....... ( S 00 .' } _ _
interior towns show a large nlovement 618. :ore. Rest'urnt Seating less than 20 ..... 2 735. M. E Taylor. ?Ierhat ..... ...... ........... 3 0 1 60 4 945. Hedzazog Rohims.. Merchant ..? 1 71 :: "e
), being 146.259 bales against 18.691 bles 519. I. E\ .. .... ............ :00 1 6 736. T. Yates ..................... .. .3 16 4 946. Barlneau .Still 1 60 75 r
last year, and 159,453 bales I 520. L. Shambeau. Contracting Stevedore ............. 09 5 00 737. The Amusement C. Theatre, Under Sec. 28...150 00' 75 00 I 947. Gram .Tmmen .... ..... ....... :0 -
$t.I irop year. This movement 021. J. B. Vaughn, Livery and Feed Stable 4 to 8 horses 10 oe 5 738. V. Hoist & Co. .. .... .... .......... 3 1 60 I 948. Jae Mert...... < .A. 250 __ _
tlosely watched by the trade and big 522.: Sam Charles, Merchant ..............:...............:.::::: 6 09 3 739. G. R. Davis. Merhat Menht.................. :0 0 160 I 94. Charlie Die.fS Merchant ..................... 1 60 75 -S _ _
holds up well in spite of the bad weather 523. Daily &1IorE. Merchant .....:..... ............ 6 0 3 g '40. Svensk & Bmi esley. 3 Pool Tble Disconnected from A. F. Solicitor ; .... 1 60 75
is that 624. D. .. .. .... ... Bar ...... .. .T. 3900 4 951. Bailey Isnc ........ S S _ _
preicte I probable many peo- Mercht .. .. ...... 3 1 .. ..) ... .. .. .. 150 a'...4. ... X
revise their estimates of 525. D. Mitchell & ., Retuat Seating less than 20 .. ... 5 00 2 741. The Boston Shoe Stre Merchant .................... 18 09 0 I 952. Joe One Meht. ... .. ... 1 69 2 ,
the wi Although after the storms that 526. Pensacola Loan .. ................100 09 60 5 742. Plnkston & ............. ..... 3 0 1 4 953. Rth Mahe ...... 2 60 1 25
I,, crop experienced this month we do 527. The Cuter Music House. Merchant ... ......... 12 00 6 '4. The Southern Purchasing Agency Merat ......... 3 1 60 I 9i4. T. W. Ftatrck, ... ...... 1 60 f '$
j not think any of them to 528. Thos. I. Johnsn Contracting Stevedore .. ....... 10 00 0 R H Harvey. Merchant ....... ... .....*.... 100 1 50 I Mary Smith Merchant .....i. so 4 ; 75
entertain such large figures a they did 529. R. A Du\'it. Estate Agent ............... ..... 10 09 60 745. Friedman & Co.. Merchant ............... .... 18 00 9 eo I 956. Joe Galart, Merchant ........ ... 1 60 ; 75
before the first of the storms. 630. ll Lftn Lawyer .... .............. 19 09 S 00 746. A. Di Lustro. Merchant ..................... .. 300 160 I 957. llr. \Vm Eggart ........... ....... 1 eo 75 S _ _
The spot demand continued good especially I- 531. A nt ......... ...... ....... 3 09 1 50 747. The Goldstucker Furniture Co.. Merchant ......... :0 .1 50) 953. C Tabr Merht 1 60 ?! .
for the better grade middling 532. M. Fetzer Merchant ........................ 3 09 161 748. F. P. Levy. Menhdi Broker ... .,..... .... .. 5 0 I :59. GtI Brs. Dog and .Show .. ... 1 so 75 .
. being quoted on the spot at He In New 533. Ellen Harris Boarding House, 10 to 15 Lodgers ...... 5 749. J. P. Stokes. .................. ..... .. 1009 50 C Estate Agent ... .... 19 0 C -
, '.. York 534.: \Y. \\. lms Merchant .........i....... ..... 30 0 1 50 759 The Suther Bell Telephone C. Telephone will cpia 961. lcDnl R.. ,.. ..... f J 0
WTTCHER, .ZEMURRAY 'CO. 635. Matte Returnt Satmj seating less than 29 ..... 2 50 les 50.0......... .... ... ..... 30 0 150 9(2. Isaac Sanders Merchant ,.., 50 75 ,
536. Hawthor. Boardi loue 10 to 15 Lodgers ... 5 09 2 50 731. T. Busey. .................,...... 3 54I I 963 Ollle Hall. Merchant .... 1 50 S 75 _ _
of letter and Eczema A I. 537. Geo. Glaow" ...................... 3 00,. 1 50 752. To. Hearaed, Hackman (three horses) ......... 5 0 2 I George Kupfrian Merchaat .................l 5 7S
Torment layed. 538. Saras ... .......,.. ............. 300*. 1 50 ';63. Anostos. Merhat ...... .............. 3 0 1 50 965. GUI 'Peoples. Knife and'Cane Rack ... ... 1 71 __________
6:9.i Chris Marsles. Merchant .............. ....... 30"f 1 50 754. New 1ptho .. Money Lender ....... .... 10. 0 SO 0 966. Thom I Atn Merchant .. 2 69 I 25
The intense Ichn characteristic Chris'Maraales. Merchant ......... ......... 30 150 755. E. Jlcntye Merchant .... ............... 0 1 $67. ......t. 1 6 75
of eczema lke' skin dis 'Chrs'Dr .......... ...... ...... 0 1 60 756. 'J. B DUlhfrty. Merchant ... .......... ........ 3 150 968. Berry 'Vlilms.Merht Merht .. ... ..... 1 6 75
is instantly applyingChamberlain's Merchant ........ ............ 1 50ut '5. Cub Selling Liquor to membr member 969 D Guld ...... 1'6 75
f e Geo. Johnson Restaurant Seating less than 20 u...... :0 2 60 ship 1 lees than r... .......... .....109 0 50 0) $79. Merchant 75
Salve and many severe Escambla Land and Manufacturing Co., Merchant ..... 60 450 758. C. M. Jones. Lawyer ...................... ... 10 971. C Carer. Caldwell. .. 1 60 75
5.0 .................
64 0
t leases have been permanently cured Escambla Land & Mfg. Co.-Saw lu Daily Capacity less '59. J Crve.Merchant ........................ .2 0 NI 972. W. a LitU Merchant Met.. .. ......... 1 6 75
''by than ......... ... ...... .. ... 625 7$9 Loan Co., Money Lender 1 69 I Dees. Merchant 1 4 75
its use. For sale by a druggist 54&. John 50,00 Merchant ..... ........ ....- ... I 25 50 761: Jos. Coleraan. Merchant ......*........::::::::::,::::::::: 18 00 9 :
547. .. A.Ether.. Merchant ...... ......... ....... 30 150 762. Lorange & Ron. Merchant ... 3 00 1 g I 975. Ed. Hole.y. Merchant... ... 1 & ?( S
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Quality Counts-Use 543. Befany Coconracy. Merchant ......... ........ 3 1 50 763.: The Hagerman Lazier r it&.i: 3 01 I $76. Tierce Lee R >tanrant Seating less 1 76
549. Tealago, Merchant ....4.......... ... 3 0, 160 7G4.. Lawrence Rlstuccia, Merchant ............ S 0 169 I 977. Tierce Le, Merchant .. than 29 ............. 2 5 1 4 5
LIGHT HOUSE BREAtPfelffer' S50. 'Wm tao. Brown. Restut Seatlgles than 20 ....... 2 50 765. Ya.. Dawkins e lJerchat ......................... 3 0 1 60 I 97$. Phoebe Robinson, Merchant ... 1 6 %
Steam Bakery. 651. ".m. .. ..... ..... ..... .. 50 160 766. M Falk ........ ..........,... ( 0 3 0 I $7'. Blake A Mahany .. .... 1 7$ -5-
652. .ones Peter. Merchant .... .......... ........ 30 1 60 7$7. "W. < Lawyer ......... .. .......... 10 0 6 0 I Bealus Mebnt .. 1 60 75 S _
553. Nicholas Peters, Merchant ...................... 150 768. A. L L Holma Merchant .................. .. 3 1 I tlO.. Brw Retut St less than 20 2 i 1 U S
ONE STORM VIEW GIVEN WITH 554. Nicholas Peters, Seating less than 20 .... 30 2 50 769. Aarons, Mercht ...........s.. 0 1 60 I 982. J. Jehat... ....... 1 7$
EVERY 10c PURCHASE OR OVER. J. Resturant ...... 3 0 770. F. Yaeger. .......... ......'.. .. ... 100 509 I 983. S Bwle Met .. } W 7 S
cbat 1 50
WEST 6:5.Mr R Torken .... 3 00 771 C R Real Estate Dealer ................... .... 0 5 09 I March Merht .............. ....... J 5 75 _
STEAM 1 50 Mosley. ..
FLORIDA BAKERY. III Klrchater. Merhnt C R Yatger. ......
iS6.. C ... ...,. 3 '' ...........,.......... ... 3 1 59 I 984 R. Caldwell .. | 75
1 50 Real _
Estate ... _
St 'Rhoes. .... ..... 0 % Apste ; .._ 3 1 59 I 85 C Act ..... ....... 00 2 W
558. D. J. Merchant ..... ... 3 1 60 17 IIerht .. ........ .. 0 J. .
559. Northup & Wood r ...................... 3 00 60 774.: J. IL Mock, .......;............... .. 100 6 0 I 987. W. D. Bulk Jr.Real Solicitor Aent ... ........... 5 0 2 60 _
pnOPOSAL will be received at the 560.: The Pensacola Livery and : Stable, 12 to 20 horses.... 25 00 11 60 775 r J. P. Rya Merchant ........ .. ........ .3 0 1 ) L. Howe .. .................. ..... "
.. ... 14. 776'A. Broker
Bure Supplies and Navy 56 Me'Apostle, Liquor Dealer Precinct 250 00 Lchkol. ... ... ...... 10 0 500 G. Merchant \\
Acunt and Tobacco S 0 .. Brokers ...... .. I ... !'
Washington. 10 Nic Apostle, Dealer in 2 50 777 Anley .... ... 0 0 990. N. \
Drtmtnt C 663. Restaurant Seating 20 or more 0' 778.: Merchant ......... .;... ...... 3 1 C)c AUctneer. 1. 9 \
furnish pne the navy yard. J Jluler.. Money Lender 120 50 00 780! W. L. Yarber. Merchant ......... ..I.;.,....;....., 30 1 60 I 993. Katie .. 2f 0 4 UN S

a quantity of naval uplts.PenclaJ"a. 566.'areld 5w S GreI C Merchant 10 00 1 60 781: J. R. Brown. Cnttn Stevedore................................. 0 6 0 I 994 E Ry.Meht.. .' .... \ \\l ]7\
C
Pe
216: Steam fans.- .................. .. 3 1 50 782 J. H .. ..... .. 3 0 161 I ) ill
dek Insurance
217:h pump etc., hardware ISob. I- P. Stne"Merchant ................... J 0 460 TSS"" } !& Burch, Merchant .....-..... ........ 3 0 ) $95 Howe Merchant Solicitor i r
Srews. cpper nans 648 ..... ..
Restaurant Seating than 20 5 2 Ct Phf *
., 0
le 0
J. Merchant 784. 5
219- r varh etc- 670. .. N.Burke Merchant .- 3 3 0 1 60 785 F. E..Gald.&Burh ... ............s. 1 997. Sr Ce..Medt.. ..". 1 6 J I _ _

Sh' and nuts harware Irn 571. John :Merchant ................. 3 0 1 60 786! The Tbo Kent Cnttn Stevedore .... ...... 10 0 5 0 I .98. ...". 1 J ?X '
pip* fttig the schedules pr 67 John Pc.. Merchant ............................ 3 0 1 1 $1 60 111'W S. .... -..3:0 1 I 1000. M'r Wash I O. Slno Merchant.... ....... .\ |5
de %
........... ... .. 0 : McDavld Timber & Lumber i Smt er .'"""" 11
sired by number. Blank proposals will Anistasia Merchant ...... 3 C 0 .
I 1 50 .
CrIa
8 .. 1 50
b S e
furnished Merchant .. .. .. Victor .. .. 1 & (iuliert VeaUngthaa20
upon application to the na 674. Wiogato Ptmn .... .. 3 1 60 Gldbch Merhant 0 R ...... 2 60
.. 1
10
0 from 6
Fla, or to W. Mtrht ....... .... ..... 3 no'Vcr Pol dnnete b.. 0 t IlaberBJler. : .... ; ....... 2|
1 69 10C3.
ray ofce Pen8acla BUTt 675. M Lws ...... 0 : .. .. ..... ... :0 1 ) = ..... ... 1 60

i J: D IIIS, Paymaster-General 10-11-06 U. 677.. B Srh Gen'Jackn Merchant .. ........ ................. 12:0 0 <1 t '92. Patio Stewr Clb Car Lwer Merht.......Transferred.. ..... .--.. 100 I 6 0 lo.. NJck Morale*.. 1 .....-.......... .............. 1 1 5 7J 75 _
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6i8 D Jone. Broker .... ... 6 0 13 L J Rma Meht.... ...... t Te Dv. s 1M I 1006. D. M. Carter. ............... ...
D. Bowman. Merchant ..... ... .. .. .. ..... ... 0 15
CREW I 1 ..... .. ........
NOTICE A Merchant .. 0 Seeger, Merchant .......................... I j 0 1 69< 107. Albert Kehr. 15 75
680. ...... "4. .
Neither Rusher. 3 1 60 1. ..... .. 1' : Him Smtth, Less 29 .:: I 25
te capti. ower 0 7951 Lawyer ........... .... 0 | 0 101 T 15
581. ... .
nor s 5 Mr"8} Bgr Mett 1 50 Dav .. Joe Merchant ..... 75
cnsige : ..... I I Rogers.
& responsible for 68 ........ ...J.... 0 1 60 796.' P. J. Merchant ....... .. .. 0 J lO. .. _
"i b % For ... .' ... .. 0 W. Flemmmr. Merchandise Broke ...... .... f 0 ioit: feJSK1 SStriSaaf 5 2i
debts the John Mehat .. ? 3 160 797 P :
cntacte by crew 683. .lcholu. Seating less than ;U Abraham. Merchant .... ......... .......... :0 1 6 L T%;;;;; ; ; Z ff 2XlOltT
of 20... J : ; ; ;
said
Dasby. 2 60 HT ..
Resturnt ... It
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I
I .. : Dear
veseL ..... ... 0 os .autterikRushing. ...; ; .. 0 J = : 6 ,
CEREICIL 585. N. Berli. ,Merhant 160 Kercht ioit .... ............. 00 S
:0 ....... 10 I _
S GULP TRANSIT CO, C5ht&Ifl.CnMgntca. 5R6.5S7.. J. Bry. Bring House, 10 to 1 Lodgers J 800 Culna. CDt Steeor ........ 0 1 MI11 !_ ::. 1 50 0: ; .
eeU9 | .. .ete t (Transferred to George Gara- e 6 SOL 11 A Aplegt ..................... J 0 1 6 I A.bl: _


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WM. JOHNSON & SON'S BIG STORE' PALAFOX AND INTENDENCIA STREETSThe

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past few days have witnessed some furiously fast selling. Many lines have been entirely sold out But there



I still remains some wonderful bargains, in Clothing, Shoes, and Hats. To-day we are going to sacrifice the entire lot



regardless of, what they cost us. Remember here is the chance of your life, to get a fine suit of clothes, a fine pair of c


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!- STORM DAMAGE Cake Sale MANY liCENSES LICENSES ARE DUE <


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Pensacola OCTOBER 1st


HAD EFFECTON TO-DAY NOW DUE THE The city ordinance readsas EP<

.AT. follows:

Tailors ; "Any person delinquentfor NE

Roseoau 6 Cereld's more than 30 days in pay- CFPR

MARKET CITY ment of licenses due shall be

Worried.I I Store required to pay a ,penalty of ST

: ,, 50 per cent." TF


Naval Stores Operators Look About One-Fifth of the Usual This notice, is given

What makes them worry? Just say "John I BY THE. j I through courtesy. P.

White Clothes" and watch their faces red- for Much Higher Prices .v Number Have Secured -';! 'v. DAILEY, Stone Keas
Ladies' of Gadsden StreetM. ,
I den. You well Treasurer. Bian
.might just thow
as $10 or in Near Future. Licenses to Do City

_ $15 in the bay as to pay a tailor's' profit. E. Church Office at People's Bank, cor. THE HABERDASHf! TtTh

: WherJ\ ,no .tailor can fit or please you better -- Business. Palafox and Romana Sts. 4-

than The John White Store. Our patternsare The Jacksonville Industrial Record CLOTHES

exclusive and the cloths the best pro- says The: first impression that the great BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. Although two-thirds of themonth CLEANED AND PRESSED.To adile

duct of the best woolen mills of Europe and destruction of pine timber in West the has number passed since to procure licenses the became necessary due ; 4000 BOOKS 400D cleaned have pressed your and fan repaired and winter, and ctoth pot
America. Florida and Alabama had some effect papers to do business is about one., do good everything condition in send that line them and to us. Wi

upon the prices of spirits and rosin Return this with 50 one cent stamps or i I fifth the usual number on th'3 date October Here are some of the September and cur Ladies' work'a specialty guaranteework. G<:> IANJa
books
has been strengthened by the reportsof 25 one cent stamps with the names and ,and the comptroller's office and that tlemen's. membership rates $LW m
"The
Suits from $10 to $35. addresses of twenty ladies and learn how Leader by Marion" DilUon. author month. All work called for and dclinr,j,
the market conditions both here to have a lovely natural color as long as of the city treasurer have not been of "In Old Bellaire." etc. Phone 1373.
and at Savannah. you live. This method 'Is now being revealed as busy place as during previous e'son'"Anthony author Overman of "In by Miriam :Micb-," ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, <
for the first time to the general J years when the date arrived to"takeout Bishop's Carriage I 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET. m
Heavy Underwear 50 and etc. A fine story of San Francisco before
cents $1.00 a gar- ] Later reports from the storm-swept public. There are no cosmetics, bleaches licenses The< majority of those the earthquake. i WALTER MOULTON. MANACER.i L
in this.
face other poisons
ment. territory have only increased the extent Pimples powder.or blackheads and discolorations' who have paid are the saloon men The Incomplete Amorist," by E. Nes- i IT
of the damage ,of which a competent disappear forever under this method. who the bit. Just out in book form. nelSL
: Women and girls who wish to be beauti- i paid,over necessary amountto Tonio, Son of the Sierras," by Gen- i Florida and Alabama
knowledge has been obtained.Far ful will be taught the simple! laws of do business as soon as the council King. An Army and Frontier story that
from being exaggerated, the first beauty, and they will learn how the most raafted the perm:ts necessary before will be a great seller." si
the I,.beautiful women of Paris. guided and con- they could: obtain ,licenses. John Also Katrina ""Second "Violin"" "Sir LAND COMPANYManufacturers ow
THE JOUr NHITE .reports of the destruction by troll d by Master Gypsy and Greek minds. Constantine, "Max Fargus, "Bal-
STORE While not many are paying now ance of Power," etc. Publisher's prices, ThB
much appeared upon the scene,, played the
been un-
have
to
i storm appear :. : JLSO and Jl.25 .
$1 39
:game- of life and carried everything before -t there will no doubt be a rush before'O"ember ; mine and 91 15 of a
: dee the estimate of damage which is I'I'I 'i them with their. bright eyes and unrivalled i :\ 1, for'on that date a pen- Complete Also Foster's Bridge Whet Elweli Manual Foster's and Dealers In br

known to-day. complexions. |I alty of 50 of license is on Bridge. LUMBER.' SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. Baf
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear I J. I MOCKLEY, 1133 Broadway, per cent the Street's Whist Cp to Date, Ames on .
i That this has had its effect upon I New York. Imposed and a person whose license Bridge, 51 to $1.50.IIARRY tILES AND KILN DRIED SAP. tiut
condli now is $ftO Will |75
the market is only a. natural -i I per year pay
Phone 225 205-207 S. PALAFOX after that date. I f Evp
: i i tion and'some of thefactors claim! I, MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BYBY
No vehicle licenses have been Issued '
Received. -
that the probabilities are that this influence Just T. HOWLAND LIFE ASSURANCE
....._ I further. of I as yet but this is die to the iSttadl
j '# ".It: <. is to be felt One Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil, Cheeses. incomes are. maintained mortgage;
Dill.Pickles! Sauer Kraut Mackerel, CodFish J fact that the new tags ordered some :
the operators living on the Apalachicola -I Manager De Luna Book Store protected, debts secured, tlt.dcI
Pigs Feet. Spanish Onions, Pilot '
i time s nee have not yet arrived, and
I river and whose place was not' business t'l'II't
rrd'a French Navy> Bread.. Everything De Lana St., Phone 1491.. enterprises guarded, .ES
damaged by the storm appears to I new. I consequently the comptroller cannot ed safe investments given pennar J
J. F DAVIS JEWELERNow I have gained considerable knowledge',, Witch Hazel Jl.00 per gallon. issue the license.. The tags. however, value. and capital preserved A po: '

of the extent of the damage. He was,"Marine Grocery ,Company. are expected to arrive within the its THE EQUITABLE does all CJ 11res
in here this week and said to a "representative .i. V. J. VIDAL Manager.BEULAH I course of the next two or three days. and more-provides for the faaii'! J?

New Brent Building! 23 S. Palafox St of the Record: I ONE STORM VIEW G'VEN WITH [ILii1dps.adt I ter your death. Send'us your nans: : en
"You can form no idea of the great PURCHASE age and address. -eltto
EVERY OR OVER.
scope of the storm, nor the extent of KNOWLES BROS.. Insurance :
WEST FLCRIDA STEAM BAKERY.3t..
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BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY i t damage it left in its path. From the I to The Journa.- Roo
letters I have received and from my Glendale. Fla, Oct. 19.-Mr. Gordon I :
w. T. BEDWELL,- PRES. AND MANAGER. I I 11 SCARRITT
wht
with of those MORENO
conversation lOdpeas
Prepared to do all electrical repairing nn short notice. Ring phone 570 and arepresentative I some SIR KNIGHTS, ATTENTION! Smith former secretary1 and treasurer -
'will talL W.,T;: BidweU President and Manager. 205 S. Baylen8treet1 have been in that part of:West FlorIda ,il, Regular conclave of cf the D. E. Murphy Co., has sold ,' SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
i believe that Agent tor Plebold Safe and Lock Co.
I am constrained to :cur frievin
de Lion Commandery his interest to Edwards Bros. and is Canton. Ohio I
_.- I the naval interests of that part of No. 1. K. T, preparing to return to Montgomery Office and Sa'esroom! E. Gov St I.-
............0......................................+:, West Florida and Alabama are ,com-I Beulah.Special Oct. to 19.-With The JournaLI the usual at 7:30 p. m, Monday, where he will finish his course in i,
ruined. I do not believe that
; pletely
Oct. 22. Balloting and bookkeeping. Mr. Smith has made E
: of the left. confidence of a granger we cut hay
there is places

I YOU CAN MOVE YOUR GAS HEATERS : effect Myadvices that one not are a in boxed some many'tree cases was to left the.,/lover('Wednesday our dream, but of a change dry weather has ,come and T1I Sojourning work In R.Sir C.Knights degree. many to friends have him while leave.here and all regret TYPEVRI'TERREPAIR'S iThf Ha the

==== == are courteously invitedvited. Mr. M- C. Braswell has just returned (
j looks if the hay cut will
standing. This may be an exaggera-,hit now as from extended trip. led
an
( constrained to believeth have( to take the water cure just as
but I
ALL ABOUT/ OVER THE ,HOUSE : tion reports am are true. This being the all 'that preceded it. has.I HARRY W. GIBBS.E.C.,; his Mr.weekly W. F.visiU Jones to never DePuniak.fa'lg to make : teat last

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I readily that there is|I Beulah Sabbath school still continues -
case you can see I
W. HENRY NEEDlIAM, Rec. fwr
]', j Mr. A. S. Edwards, having finished -
II Having secured the services of n-
,a strong influence to be exerted by to hold its own, but with the com- an
his coarse with a Pensacola business pert repairer, we beg to notify the r,: J bio
i ling of will to close
these reports on the current naval winter have unless ANOTHER'WORLD'S college, has accepted position that we are now prepared to eye ,- ho
The prices'ought'to is devised to heat the i
stores market. some
way adojust or rebuild all makes -
: them fixture since the of t "I RECORD BROKEN with the D. EL Murphy Co., filling I of'typ.-r.'" [
Attaching to any price soar higher, and I believe they will. church. I era and adding machines and cass '<** tedC
for and 'fuel is the In this From the mill supply firms it is Our school is doing nicely since the the vacancy of W. G. Smith. We are i ters. All work guaranteeEstinuf,( ba
i ed.
gas light same. way you I By Associated Press. glad to give him the welcome hand. I Telephone us and we will *
learned that there is to be:every pos assistant Miss Florence Thatcher has your machine, or call and make *u exanination -
heat of house with heater. New York, Oct 19. Lady Vera a The new brick mill of Glendale ,
: can any part your\ one sible effort"made by those who owned I come to resume her duties. Mrs. Anne and estimate. boCa
l is successful its
two-year-old filly, made a new world'srecord proving very and -
large places in the storm-swept sec Bowman the principal, has always -
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: $3.25 puts a 'specially! good'heater. are well pleased. It Is said
tion to convert the fallen, timber into given us a good school, but for six and 4a half furlongs owners I
4 yhen she won the second to have made 600 brick in 23 mInutes -
.' lumber. It is believed that.many of: she has bad more tnan one person straightway : ,'! PensacolaTypewriter IIWi
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this
the to sell the race at Belmont Park to-dat. in 1:16 morning.
operators can arrange could do. Nowith competent assistant -
where it is of a zThe previous best time was : Hon. D. A- Dover president of the I bo
timber
I outright easy she will Beulah the best 0-
Pehs&ep/a as Company \ access to some of the large mills in I school it has ever give had and we hope 1:111-5, made by Voorhees, two days j!i[Pea River Valley. and Gulf Railroad, Exchange
that part of the country but new mills ago. "-as here recently railroad prospect
to note the fact that will
Phone 148. 24 anJ,27 E. Garden Stl' fJt. they secure |rFt Is belIeved the road will
t. : i will have' to be established in some j the extra month's school given under I;I 11 11I PHONE 1369 f
under
scon be construction which
........t..t............. places if the timber is to be saved the new law for an average of S3 I means a bright futere for Glendale I I 313-315 Brent Building
It is evident that some'ot the
. -- opera per cent of tha original enrollment.. -
., .' tors will have to secure 'assistance I I The new school near Klondike commenced A REPUTATION rand vicinity.!
!order to save their timber, :and some I Cotton is daily coming In. The Ii -
last Eva
with Miss
week,
I Real Estate Transfers. : : Glendale Mercantile Co. is the :
GULF CITY COFFEE CO., I II of them maybe forced to sacrifice a Walters as teacher, with a total of buyer. only

H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. I Following U a list of:the real estate great from the deal wreck.in order to saveanything 25; on the roll which is better than "' I The D. E Murphy Co.. having Just "The Best is What We Sell"
transfers recorded yesterday furnished by they expect d. It Is a new district
The loss to this industry has been WAS MADE AND RETAINED received a lot of new gcods. and I
Roasters, Blenders and Shippers ol the Pensacola Abstract Co.: taken partly from IPSne Forest and HOW .IT anew
I DEEDS. great The storm has felled some of IN PENSACOLA. partner are doing a rushing bus- !n'
; Ben): P. Wood to E'en! Cole-Lot S In the largest and most productive pine partly from Beulah districts. which :I i I iness. I Utby
Fine Coffees block 12. containing 75 feet on Washington I will prove a move in the direction 1 I We;have received
.forests of the turpentine belt.:! Mr. D. E. Murphy'mad*' business'
I street. by 140 feet deep- $25 !:of smaller districts and better schols I I a -
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY, ALL E. M Fitton. and husband. F. O Fit I I' trip to DeFcnlak yesterday. Ii I .1
GROCERS. GIVE THEM .A TRIAL ton. to Frank O Ial'5ton-Lots 13 and 14 In company wit James Snowdn.t : A good reputation is not easily earned. our new 'l
In block 121: New City tract-$!.00. 1tThM J11E'1fi e writer spent; two days at busyQulnt2'tte. and Jt'as only by hard consistent I Sick Headache Cured.
Pensacola Investment Company to the ,Everything lg hummingin Sick headache is caused I
by derangement
Pensacola Realty Copany-one acre In work among our citizens that Doan's'' I Buckwheat
the southwest comer of the north I' aCrookinffIs that lively little berg. In volumecf of the stomach and by In-; t
!: acre of the- south 20 acres of lot 6. sa- P business it will out class some of Kidney Pills won their way to the proud,I digestion. Chamberlain's Stomach,
: Hon 17, township 2 soith range S* west ( ) Its more pretentious neighbors: butt distinction attained this locality. The i and Liver Tablets correct these disorders I Pancake Flour,
$1 and other and consider -]
,
Besides, good valuable '
: i : is laboring the disadvantage and effect
tlons. -- under public endorsement of scores of residentshas a cure. By taking Ralston's Breakfast
:' E. A. Griffin! to M A.Quina and J, JPuTivan cf not having any depo: Two old' rendered Invaluable .service to the: these tablets as soon as thefirst In-:
\ -Commencing on the south side lapidated box doing duty dicatlon of the
cars! are disease :
the
appears
I' Read what this citizen
community.
says: Food
of East Government C5
IItr t. feet 'W'
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for that much nseded: improvement.but .' attack may be warded ,
off For
Good of the northeast corner of block 7. Old Charles Wilson living Romana: sale
Tasting on
: City, thence east 1:3 feet, more or les. they have the promise of the by all druggists. Grits C-
i to the west side of 9th atenue. thencesouth railroad company of a suitable buildIng street brlckmason by trade says. ':1'' Hominy ,
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; the along the west ade of 9th avenue. in the near fatu-e. procured Doan'8 Kidney Pills at-Sidney Phone No. 178
candy must possess i to the channel cf Pensacola Bay; theoc.i Cream of Wheat,
i westerly 123 feet, thence north to placeof ( The enterprIsing' firm of Barrinean Kahn's. drug store corner of Palafox and Is Now
qualities of a really good beginning.-$1 -and other good and : Brothers: with their usual energy and Roman Working.
streets, and used them for a Oatmeal
I food if it is to stand the I valuable considerations. public spirit are now putting in an Sol Cahn & Co.RATS ,
t np-to-date cotton gin and press, anti lame back: and sharp twinges of pain
Nothing to Fear. .
test of a high-grade con- Mothers need have no sitancy in will soon be ginl'ng the fleecy staple. which: passed through me when I stoopedor I AND MICE Grape-Nuts, I

fection.Nunnally's. l continuing toglT'e Chamberlain's Although they realize that they will madei any sudden movement. I Wall to Shredded Wheat r
Cough Remedy to their little ones as run at a loss during the present season -: Easy Get Rld of Them With S
MOBILE BUCK surprised at the quickness with which I'
: Candy I it contains absolutely nothing inju. It does not deter thsm fro!:! putting i Stern's Electric Paste I Biscuit C
will take out the kinks; and give was relieved. lira. Wilson also suffered C I
the above rious. This In this machinery.I '
possesses at- remedy, is not only perfectly expensive Nothing can be '
I. you new life. Invigorating and to farmers of j from a dull aching in her loins. Just before easier than to rid fr
safe They the
to hope induce
give small children, but the : and other
house barn
tributes. We have it or store of :1 many
Great,for witha a
: strengthening. men rats and.
I is a medicine of great worth and that vicinity and tributary territory i taking Doan's Kidney Pills she was(mice by using .
fresh all the time. merit It his* world wide reputation weakness. It will give you new t0 plant more coton a crop that is I completely laid up. After taking them ; and Roach Paste Steam's Electric Rat CEREALS.Rosenau&Gerelds.

I i for its cures of coughs, colds and life and put you on your feet again., especialy adapted to western Florida i alL. symptoms of Kidney trouble left her, This Paste contains* 1

!i croup and can always be relied upon. Allgtod dealer t till it."B and adjoining counties in Alabama and up to date there has been no re-:,chemIcal that creates a a peculiar burning
For sale by all druggists. Such enterprise deserves the support
& B"ATLANTA. of the farmers anfi they undoubtedly: I currence. I ..tron..fyage Pensacola I thirst, and tie rates and mice, after
eating it, rush out of
Sol Calm & I Quality Counts-Use will get it. Their school began Oct. people to use boan's:: Kidney Pins if they I and scon die. doors fo- water i

LIGHT HOUSE BREAD. 1, and although the seas have not suffer from their back or kidneys." It is sold under an absolute ; r

The Pure Food S CO'I I; Pfeiffer'c Steam: Bakery.. corse yet they: go along just thecame For sale by an dealers. .Prjce,'SO cents. of satisfaction.. guarantee THE FANCY GROCERS, I
and have enrollment of 1?
Southwest Corner PiUiox and I an Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo. New York Steam's Electric Paste Is sold t
I ONE.'STO1M VIEW GIVEN WITH to start with. They have chairs;boxes, : everywhere 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
sole agents for the United States. '_ : or sent Prpaid on receipt I
EVERY PURCHASE CR' OVER' blocks or old thing that the children '
Phores J I any of price. rot. box 25c, 16 oz.! ,
,1 WEST FLC3IDA: "'STEAM BAKERY. can sit on oat hope to have'the Remember the name: Boan's and tai
... .. >, box $1. -O.Steam's. Electric Paste Co. i Phone 391
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