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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 21, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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IRE A TEST DAM A GE. A T KEY I" DECISION, UPHOLDING "" ''RESTRICTION OF OLD SPANISH COINS ; 1 U


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' WEST WAS TO i .By.Associated--- Press.'f UNARTIIDBYSTORM 'iJ i. til

SHIPPING;I Louisville Ky; Oct 20.- $ >

t,f+g Justice Kirby, In the circuit 5'fi VOTERS If! I --:-- --.......; L j I ;
--- .i court to-day rendered declsl0n -' '

r upholding the peaceful $ POLITICIAN Many Pieces of Ancient Ji : i


)por.ging chor and Fleet Carried Broke De-An-, REPAIRING THE ILLEGAL E G l ISSUE 5 U E "i" -barer boycott constitution The the decision right gives declares to quit every work the la-

whenever he wishes, with or ?t I Found on Beach. ;
struction to Smaller without reason, and that what I '!t
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Boats. BRENT Mill or KEY WEST is not unlawful for t a numberof Government Throws s t"t"DATtD
men to do Jointly. 2 Bomb I Candidate For Governor of BACK TO 1718 I 1'1'i

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that laborers have a J Into Camp of Radicals Pennsylvania Charged R f K \


[EVENUE f1 CUTTER P PLANT[ SCRIPT er also right, Jf asserted to exerted exert persuasive peacefully that :laborers,pow-andy J By- Decision, of With Criminal Libel May Have Been Buried- Over- :i.rrJ ,,::1,f;:


have right to -withdraw / Senate. :{
a a Century Ago. ,_ ., L #".
patronage from any firm X
ressenden Badly Damagedand ;a which_ was unfriendly] STATE SENATOR McNICHOL 'j.

On the Beach. And It i is Expected That Duplicate Stamp and Script I I O'0"lia'aXXyC_'!SA" CC0'C s X7ax i"" Only Resident Householders I TAKES EXCEPTION TO CHARGE SILVER, GOLD AND COPPER II ;J;

Operations Will Be Re- Book Used m, Frauds- Eligible to Vote. THAT HE BRIBED LEGISLATORS COINS, BRASS BUTTONS,"' CAN- T's

BIGAMIST TO SECURE ELECTION OF MATT WON AND RIFLE BALLS AND : : { It f l
|SPORT OF GREAT LOSS OF LIFE sumed Within a Fraudulent Issue May -
QUAY IN 1901. BLADE OF A BATTLE AXE 1 1' j ,
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NEAR MIAMI CONFIRMED EDUCATED LEADERS OF PEASANT -
Month.The Aggregate$100,000. INDICTE I AMONG THE FINDS. -; if
GREAT DAMAGE TO FLOATING GROUP EXCLUDED BY INTERPRETATION 1., jt
By Associated Press. ;'f( : i.f
PH3PERTY: AND WHARVES ,- OF DOUBTFUL Philadelphia, Pa., Oct %Through mt.t : v ;
big saw mill plant of the The Key West authorities are leav- counsel, State Senator James M. llc- The recent hurricane which carnet ,;'; .' ..

STORM IN CUBA LESS D1SAS- Flrida and Alabama Land Companyat ing no stone unturned to get .at the lfanVho Married Miss POINTS, OF THE ELECTION LAW Nichol, of this city to-day obtained a away large portions of the beach, unearthed t t ';',
truth of warrant tor the arrest of Lewis Emory, many objects: of interest ana '> '
TR.-US: THAN BELIEVED. Little Bayou will ba in operation the great fraud in the issueof BY THE RUSSIAN SENATE. fi. ;! "
Jr., the fusion candidate for among the things uncovered by the i ; t f
governorof :
within a month if the estimates now illegal script that has been uoated Flora Ramey Held to '
Pennsylvania, on the charge of water are numerous Spanish and 1 .
made are correct as to the amount of in the past years. Some time ago J f .X4 J criminal libel A civil suit was English coins of small denomination .}-}: i 1
By Associated Press. !I| repairs necessary before the plant when the scirpt was being checked!I, Criminal Court. By Associated Press. entered at the same time for slander as well as brass buttons and bronze ':i ;'

vVett, OCt. :20! :The greatest can be placed In operat'oiu: The past up it was discovered that there were St. Petersburg Oct. '20.-The gov- against Emory asking two hundredand pieces from the uniforms of Spanish ... ,, I t
nags here by Thursday's stormS I erasions on the disbursement: book.I I ernment has thrown a bomb into the fifty thousand dollars damages.The soldiers who years ago were evident. ,:} !
to shipping. % week has witnessed much work libel charges of Iy camped on the shores of Pensacola tI
This matter Is now cleared up. PRISONER'S' OFFER iTO PLEAD radical camp in the interpretation by gfew out a ; .
TJe sponging fleet broke anchor toward placing the plant in condition speech by Emory at Lebanon last #i-, ;
,n earned dcrtruction: to the smaller I to run and recovering lost lumber, In the search for evidence to prose- GUILTY WILL BE ',ACCEPTED the senate of the doubtful points of Monday, in which he charged Senator I bay.Among the most interest finds are I. j "
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il. of the fishing fleet. cute ex-City Clerk Joseph Curry the ; the election law. It declares thatlonly ', I
and it was stated last night by the McNichol with bribing five democratic I those made near the home of Mayor r
Tnt' revenue cutter Fessenden; Is officials made a* discovery on Friday WHEN THE CASE COMES UP- actual resident house owners members of the legislature to vote so Chas. H. Bliss on tae waterfront. tit :
of the mal that the roll .
xt/h damaged brfng beached*near manager pay which shows that the issue of bogus -rTRUE are eligible as peasant electors at as to insure the election of M. S. Quayto There many feet of ground was washed ; t,; I
i. marine: hospital was larger than ever known since the script has been far greater than was I I : BILL RETURNED WITHOUT the coming elections. Persons of the ,United States senate in 190L away by the waves, and uncover- :- :, j i it!
Xo damage was done to buildingsn change in ownership occurred. I i i ed many pieces of old Spanish and } .f f f
the and ever dreamed of. In fact, It is now DELAY. peasant origin, who no longer resideIn t
city no lives were lost. The storm not only completely demolished English coin, which were found laterp 1 !
admitted that the fraudulent issue the villages, are ineligible to vote. and showed that at some time there I: } I
the mill )
but damaged
[MANY DEATHS CAUSEDBY planing :
THE STORM AT MIAMI '. the dry kilns, damaged the fireboxes may reach the stupendous figure of Special to,The- JournalP.ttsburg This excludes the educated' leaders of ENGINE 129 2 must have been a store conducted '::x= :1-

: and machinery and destroyedthe 100000. Pa, OCt., Ii 0.-The Fay the peasant group. on the site and the money lost 'or .j i .

Jacksonville Octfl. 20.-A special office, but carried away about 1- I Duplicate Stamp Used. ette county grand Jury io-day returned AS a further limitation to the activity else there some one had buried the money lIti-;,f: )1 t :
from Miami says that the steamer ,300,000 superficial feet of lumber. In the bigamy of leaders of the Alladin type many years ago. iii ii- t
scrutinizing script presentedit an indictment for against Mayor Bliss has in his possession
b" : Lucie crushed waves I
was by the While consierable of the lumber
: was was found that some of it was Charles A. Butler, the detective who who tralveled from village to village about fourteen silver pieces, ranging II t .
Thursday's storm and that out of adrift in the water the greater HAS 8 BEE
p por
'ae hundred stamped "George L. Bartlum mayor. married :Miss Flora I* Ramey, of educating the' peasantry, Premier from half dimes to halt dollars some:: 1 j
persons on board 35 were tion was left high and dry on the f
This led to closer examination, and
a of which have been in half. Sev.
: st. steamer Pensacola, while having a previouswife Stolypia} has" ordered the' local antho'ttlties cut
The Peerless Was also bach and fully four-fifths of it will ,
I it was found that this stamp vas not :1 Ii
eral dateback far
pieces 1779.
ost about the same number being be recovered but at much expense. the one used by :Mr. Bartlum, but a from whom he wag not divoced. to prohibit non residents as as V t
and have the crown of King Carlos I t
]i lcwn off the vesseL I I While it is anticipated that the duplicate. The same was true of the Butler's offer to plead guilty wjll} from participating in anti-election HI stamped on its face, while ther ...:..1 J Ie
The launch Elmora is believed to mill will within month,
be running a of the chairman of the financecommittee. REMOVEDFrom .'
lea stamp be accepted by District Attorney Hud meetngs in the cities and villages.CONfLAGRATION piece3liave that of King Carlos IV + -
total loss and the launch Mannys the repair and rebuilding work will
Then a comparison of the ,,,
when for hear- and bear date as late as 1801. The -
son the case comes up
badly damaged. i not be completed by .that date and
i. warrants were made and It was found I I ,
oldest found bears 'f -i
Spanish piece
1 ing in the December term of the crim- ::
Barges 6 and 7 and dredge No, 4 no attempt will b* made to rebuild that another book bearing the same the date of 1718. f
.f the East Coast Railway broke away the planing mill until after the plant numbers of the regular book had been inal court. l Other parties searching the .
gut are now safe on the other s'.def i Is Jn operation. the Point along I. J
Where Engineer
BIscayne Bay. j ,used. The testimony of :Miss Ramey, together beach; however have found coins, .

\ The Peninsular and Occidental :: It is plainly evident that the duplicate with that of th .other woman one of them picking lap an old English t! 1
TWELVE stamps orderd that a script IN UNSASJCmr I. J. L. Hall gold piece of the date of 1726. j
tcamshlp Company's docks were INJURED, were Butler had wedded,wtaken by the .{ : .
adly I book was also ordered. It was a duplicate \ __ .- r _: ""' From.. the numerous buttons found 1 '
damaged. IN TEXAS WRECKBy of the regular book and contained grand Jury .which promptly returned. "Met Death. it Js evident that soldiers once frequented -

[LESS DISASTROUS THAN' 1,000 blank warrants. The stubs of a true billButler the place and also that they +, V ,
WAS AT FIRST BELIEVED I Associated Press. this book cannot be found and it Is is still in jai(" having been DAMAGE OF $150,000 RESULTED were of the artillery branch, or it Is; ,
Houston. Oct. 20.-A broken rail that the entire book I I collected all .
thought possible unable, to secure bailSTEAMER FROM OVERTURNED STOVEIN possible that some party ,
No. 29 of which
Havana, Oct. 20.The= warmest expressions on the Houston and West Texas Railroad was used and the stubs destroyed.Just Engine EngineerJ. of the buttons and old coin and either i j.
of appreciation were heard near Humble caused: : the wreck I what amounts these warrantswere STREET FAIR BOOTH.By :IA Hall ''Was at the throttle when buried it at some point nearby to '
here to-day when President Roose- of a north bound passenger-train today : /Dade out for will not be known he received injuries that resulted in be washed up by the waves, or elsea :.. t
te't's message of sympathy for the Twelve persons were "injured ,I until presented for payment. his death has been removed from house once stood upon the site. ,
people of Cuba was made public. I in three cars that left the track and : This discovery accounts for the CflPT. Press. alongside the track on Wright street. One of the most interesting relics 't
Associated
Reports received by Governor Ma- turned half over down an embankment large number of erasures on the disbursement Kansas City, Oct. 20,-Fire, startedby The engine is almost a complete uncovered, however, is the blade.portion
goon from the provincial governors book. Script already paid an overturned stove in a wreck and many weeks will be- spent of a battle axe which after be- \ ;l'

to-day show that the hurricane was I T was duplicated and then the cancel- booth connected with, the street fair in repairs before the locomotive will ing cleaned, appeared in an excellent! : ..,. .
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less disastrous than was at first believed lation marks on the book were erasedso in Kansas-City,, Kas., between Sixth be ready to go out on another run. state ct preservation. VVI
'! The storm was confined main- COMBINATIONOF that there would be no question FRITZ ISE and Seventh streets, to-day caused a It required one of the steel hoisting j Cannon balls grape; shot and hundreds .
1 b to the provinces of Havana and PACKERSBy when the bogus script came, in for loss of one hundred and fifty thousand wreckers to remove the wreck of No. of musket balls have bees : ... "
Pinar del RJO.Batabano payment dKlars and-for a time threatened the 29, the equipment and men here be- found along the beach. The nofnl c I
32 miles southeast of Associated Press. ; entire business center. The :Masonic ing unable to lift the big locomotivefrom where the relics are being found ,
(Havana, ,was the only town exceptthe Chicago, III OcL 20.-The Evening Thousands of Dollars. temple eighty booths containing valuably the side of the track. and aftera was formerly the yard of the mayor, = '
capitol which suffered greatly Post says that a gigantic combination Thousands of dollars of this scriptis READY E D Dro exhibits and five residences were day spent in a futile attempt one but since the hurricane carried away 1 t

The mayor reports nine persons killed 1'of the packing interests in the United no waffoat on the market,'and it destroyed and ,the Central Christian of the big wreckers was sent here a large portion of the land it is BQtf .,, 1 :
: and many missing. The Amenan : States is under way, the aggregate is more than likely that every holderof church damaged. and within thirty minutes had picked the beach. : V V
steamers Campbell and Sara.went capital to' be five hundred million dol script has seme of it up the engine and had it in positionin 14I

ashore: and many small craft were lars. No confirmation of the report is It was reported that Mr. Curry the shop yards.
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i obtainable from the would before the criminal court Although the Louisville &; Nash- AGEDWmTE MI\N. L
wrecked Numerous houses were packers. 'J go Resume Her Work, as !
ville have made an investigation as
b'own'! down and. many peasants are I I and plead guilty to the charges IMPORTANT .I i i ,4
against him, but this is not true. Mr. to the cause of the wreek'and why
homeless. The loss there is estima- LARGE STEAMER She Was Launched : t i
*i at six hundred thousand dollars. v Curry Is still confident that he can engine No. 29 left the shops for the FOUND DEAD -
Great damage is reported to the to- go before a jury and be ccquitted. The J CONFERENCf main line knowing that the delayed
tacco In Pinar del Rio but no IS HARD ASHOREBy cause of the report is 'said to be that From Baylen Stret No. 2 was due, nothing has been given
Icss of crop life. friends of Mr. Curry intimated to himto s out as to who was U> blame, if any :.
\o hurricane experienced at Associated Press. plead guilty before Judge L. '\".f Wharf Yester one. The colored fireman, Robert JEROME' LaCOSTA, A FAMILIAR j jI
was of Norfolk Oct. 20.-A, special from Bethel of the criminal court and get AT WHITE' HOUSE' 'TO SELECT Bennett It Is understood stated ,that ;
Camaguri but the southern portion I !
cab and went to the switchto FIGURE ON THE STREETS :
Cap unknown ,
]Havana flooded and Henry reports a large a light sentence and then seek a par!! day. he left the j ;-
treat: damage province was done to and steamship bard ashore half a mile don, but Mr. Curry refused to enter-] SUCCESSOR TO JUDGE throw it for No. 29 to go on the '' HAS PASSED AWAY. 1 't'fI
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was crops
buildings. south of the life saving station at tain the suggestion. The next session main line from the shop switch and
Capes Henry. The vessel is in a dan- of the court will"take place'in November -: BROWN.RETIRED.. that he never saw No. 2 approaching, I ';t l'II
The Isle of Pines escaped damage. The life The freight and passenger steamer the bell of an engine ring-
gerous position. savers when It is likely the case will but hearing ,
Fritz which after the hurri call to Jerome LaCosta, a familiar figure !I
are going to the rescue. come up. Captain ing had attempted to Engineer II ,: >
cane, was found resting upon the piling By Associated Press. Hall to go back but as he called he upon the streets of Pensacola for it
fIVE KILLED BJY of Baylen street wharf, was Washington, Oct. 20,-An important heard No 2 strike the engine. many years, is dead. He was found! 4
launched yesterday afternoon from conference was held at the White The fireman was struck In? the I In his hut at the corner of Seventh ,'.ij i ,

Fort.Barrancas' May Soon I : her position and is practically as good House to-day attended by President back by a piece of wood from one of avenue and Seventeenth street yesterday -- i' ",;- '
FALLINGVALL I or bettpthan before she encounteredthe Roosevelt, Secretaries Root and Taft the engines, but his Injuries are not morning about 11 o'clock and .
hurricane, as the hull has been Coroner Nicholsen, who viewed the j4; ;
White and Harlanof
and Justices Day, : serious.' '
Be a Seven Company Post; repaired while the steamer rested on the United States Supreme'court.. body decided that the cause of his _. f n
.I the oiling high and dry oat of water.. death was old age and exposure. ;
By Associated Press. I j The purpose of the conference Is not
San, Francisco Cal, Oct .-Five I I When the hurricane struck this port known but it Is suggested that it had A SOUVENIR OF LaCosta had hobbled about Pensa .1, '---
m< n were killed and two injured It possible that within a short ,lieved, that they will!! be sent to Fort the Capt.. Fritz was moored alongsideof connection with the selection of a suc- cola on a stick and crutches for years 'r .
onjer a collapsing wall toppled over time Fort Barrancas: will b come a !j Barrancas, thus increasing the number Ba\In! street wharf. When the cessor to Judge Brown retired. soliciting alms and if he had any relatives a #:
bv Ugh; winds to-day., The men were seven company: arti'lcry! post two j of ,companies at that post, to storm passed it was found, that the THE BOER WAR he never mentioned them. He : ,-
"o-kmg in the ruins of buildings dam- companies be'ng.adJEd: to the five al-{I seven. In this event the fine passen- :, vessel had been lifted up onto the I lived in a hut, In which there was at
'z'd!: < by the big fire. ready stationed: there permanently. | ger quartermaster boat which is run- wharf, and was resting on piling, piece of bed. and there he died along
The additional; two ccnipaa-es! it'' ., which had damaged the hull to some ARMED BANDITS and without attention. _
is stated, will coma front Fort Mor- Mobile I!r ; I II .'extent Repairs were made and ways BELT MADE OF BUCKLES OBTANED It was stated that he was seen Friday "

DECLINE I TO gan, which was so badiy damaged bv .j assist the steamer Poe. i iI ,;..built, and yesterday afternoon the afternoon by some parties pass* ,VV.
THE DEAD ONBATTLEFIELDS. who noticed that he appeared to
have to steamer launched successfully. ROB COLDI9LDBy FROM Ing
the recent storm that it will i:j Captain Miller the district com- was
t asked him If he h .i
be abandoned, and It Is not believed r i wander who is shortly to be succeed-"]l This work was done under the supervision i> be sick and who ,
ARBITRATECHANCES that it will again be rebuilt to such 'f ed by Col .Stewart recently paid a'. of? G H.Langley of Bagdad.;, wanted water or anything trey could
an extent as to quarter two compa i Visit to Fort Morgan, accompanied by 1 1I I As soon as,the engines are placedIn 1r1INE'f $50,000 furnish, but this he declined.

nies of artilery.: The men HOW there'I j Lieut. Wilson, and they made an in- condition the vessel will be ready
are being quartered In tents pendingthe ,1 spectbn of the placa and reported its :,to resume her runs between this city A, souvenir o( the Boer war Is in
FOR AMICABLE SETTLEMENT decision of the department as to i condition to the department at TOashIngton. and FreeporL possession of Turnkey Mike Murphy, BRYAN CLOSESCOLO. V
Associated Press. of the police station and although he
is be- .
their being transferred; but It '
: OF MACHINISTS STRIKE WILL DRAW GRAND Goldfield, Nev., Oct 20.-The Hayes- has Just come into possession of It,I

I AND PETIT JURORS Monette lease on the Mohawk mining he has been offered a good sum by I IseT"eral CAMPAIGN
SEEM AT AN END. r
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thousand parties who are desirous of' :
property, was robbed of fifty
Muscogee Wharf is Being Notice has been posted by the clerkof dollars worth of high grade ore to-day, obtaining it but these he has refused.I'

By Associated Press.Washington : the circuit court that on Novembe/'; by four robbers, all heavily armed. The souvenir is a belt completely circled -: By Associated P......
OCt. 20.-A committee of thirty persons will The bandits entered the shaft house; by buckles obtained from the I Denver, Oct. 20.-\\', J. Bryan made
representing 'the machinists of 'the Rebuilt at Great Expense 30 the names and compelled the two engineers to dead on the battlefields of South Africa :' a brief campaign tourS of northern
Southern Railway, who went on strike i be drawn from the Jury box to serve carry Uenty-eight sacks of ore to a and furthermore each buckle Colorado toslay. The principal towns V etz

October 8. has declined'the company's I : 1 I at the fall term of the circuit court wagon. They Uren drove away and comes from a man attached to a different -:'I visltej were Greely, Ft Collins and f}

crter: cf arbitration. The chances Muscogee wharf, one cf the fine.:f earned away is being! replaced and as grand and petit: jurors. The session have not been apprehended.Some regiment There are,.twelve of Boulder. He closed the Colorado = :
k an amicable settlement seem at I wharves of the Louisville and Nashville :: : the same number of railrcad tracks of the court convenes In Decem- of the ore ran fifty dollars to these buckles attached to the belt and I' campaign with a speech In Denver

*:a tnd and the company, it Is under-I which for years has been used i i as heretofore existed are being laid. her the pound. it Is quite unique this afternoon. ..
aloud' will employ other men almost exclusively as a coal and lumber ;New work is also being done at .a !- The regiments represented by the, "" 3.
I wharf !is being rebuilt and that i number: of, points where repairs would i TEMPERATURE buckles are the Scotch Highlanders: i u. s. MINISTER
Bedfordshire.
FAMOUS CATCHER portion destroyed by the storm will J otherwise have been made. GUATEMALAN Hussars. Royal Sussex .

DIED SATURDAY not only be replaced, but many addi- I 'While, the work at present Is of a I OF 79, DEGREESThe DEADBy Norfolk. Queen's Guards Warwick Con-I TO PANAMA :
:MINISTER ; shire. East Surrey, Lincolnshire
the wharf strength-
tions made being temporary character the wharf
Is to :
and Associated Press.
naught Rangers Dragoon Guards, By
ened where necessary and aided: bin be eventually placed in better maximum' temperature at Pen- ,
By Associated Press. Associated Press.: Menster Fnssilears. Washington. Oct :0-It was an*
20.William places. The additions to the wharf tion than before the hurricane, cndi-j was 79 degrees at 3 the state today .
Cincinnati, 0. Oct I sacola yesterday Washington, D. O, Oct 20.-Senor The turnkey says that he obtainedthe nounced at department
ickingham Ewing, known all over have been under' consideration for wrought such damage to the struc p m., while the minimum was 54 degrees Don Manoz, Guatemalan minister to belt from a former Boer soldier that Herbert G. Squires of New:
{tht' United States as "Buck" Ewing, some time ture. It Is estimated that the at 6:20 a. m. Last year on the the United States 'died here to-day, named Bylering. who waa recently in] York" lad been selected as minister ,
tJt' famous baseball catcher. died this The goal chutes were, damaged to I ing of this Immense \ rebUild-I date the maximum was 79 de- the result of malaria complicated with jail, and who sold It to him for a email,to Panama succeeding Chas.. E. Ma- .
same
and these are to be re- the [ V
afternoon at his home here. Death some extent cost Louisville and Hk > ble. price .' goon 4 i
kaa i due to diabetes and paralysis I paired. That ;portion of the wharf, least $25,000. J .grees and the minimum> 57 degrees.. stomach tro > .( ; f;
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for perhaps more than a hundred
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2Q22CCaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaeaaeaaaaa years before it,was squatted WOB-
3rd. They claimants: haTe *no titleto
the property' from_the city the THE READY-TO-WEAR STO
I' state or the governments of Great
'!Britain,. Spain or, the United States.
W1J1&B1ForbesI 4th. The fact that they have been
I in possession and have paid taxes
does not divest,.the city of its title.
6th. The property Is a part of the 27 8 Palafox St. Brent Building
old city above high water mark andIs ,
not affected in any manner bjr.the

law creating.'the water -front.commis and exclusive styles in Tai
sion. **; Are now showing' new

refused 6th. The to give water any front deeds commission to the Suits for Women and Misses ; Dresses, Coats, Waist SI


I BAR&AfflS FUR MONDAY claimants water did give or a the for deed land either to under the the city land water; for above but all Furs.. 'etc. We have just received a new shipment of Tai I


I IJ the section.land under.water' in this particular -. Suits of fine Broadcloth in all the fashionable plain cc

7th. The fact that the city had an Blouse
Plaids and Stripes-Eton Ponyhif
also Checks
NIS easement over this property for a ,
long period of'years before It was

All staple and fancy prints best made 5c per yard. Of claim encumbered even though establishes it had the no other city's three-quarter: length Coats, best quality lining new _


;: \ 2000 yards outing 8 l-3c: extra good. claim. pleated skirts,


I, A week, of extra values in the Cloak and Skirt. Church Services I $25 $30 $35$40 and S45, -,

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Department for the econimical. See'show window.t nOf


One lot Childrens Wool Cloaks 3 to 6 years N


!. I II $2.00 value for $f.5O. N Special Coat Values for Monday.

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r m Ministers are respectfully requested -
I I One lot Childrens Wool Coats, sizes 6 to 9 years, any to change notify The In the Journal order promptly of services of .

$3.00 value 92.25. at for their this respective column should churches reach Notices The Fifty Coats, 52 inches long, loose and semi-fitting, double :
Journal not later than $ p. m. on

8i i One lot of 100 Ladies' Plaid Coats, very stylish c Saturday of each week. breasted. Regular price $8.00 ; for Monday, only $4.93. !..


and new, $8.00 value with velvet collar $5.75. lUlU The order of services at the various i
B churches In and near Pensacola to-day

25 Ladies' Long Lengths in Covert Coats-, latest will be as follows Catholic._, Special Suit Values for Monday.One .


style $12.00 value $9.OO. a St Michael's 'Church-During the win-
ter months services will be as follows
First Mass 7 su m.; Children' Mass. a. hundred Suits made of Scotch Mixtures Plain and
III'' m.; High Mass 10:30 a. m.; Vespers, ,
iti Rosary and Benediction <4< p.. m.; Bap-
tisms at 2 p. m. -- Plaids and semi-fitting Coats hip and three-quarter
SU Joseph Church-Low Mass and Instruction pony ,
m New goods arriving daily our New York found m; 7 a. m.; Sunday School at 9 a. '
buyer
m Vespers..High Mass Rosary and and Instruction Benediction 10 of a. m.the; lengths, sizes 32 to 44 ; regular price $15.00, for Monday)

N a large stock anxious to be sold and he bought 63 N Blessed Sacrament at 7:30<4< p. m. Mass. dur- '
ing the week is at a. m. except only $9.90.
Monday and Friday, when it will be offered ,, '
pieces dress goods at a that does not cover cost of 8ii 8n 8 the at months 8 a. m.of During May and Advent.October Lent, Holy and

:Mass is offered at 8 a. m. on week days. Values.Fifty
N. raw materials. Confessions in the evenings before Sundays Special Skirt
Holy Days of Obligation and First .
n Fridays from 4 p m. to 9. p. m.* Baptisms -
fd In the lot are black and. colors and every yard is a ment. Sundays- at.2 -p.'m. or by. appoint- .

N beauty that brightens and freshens up our stock. WeN Lutheran Church. colored Skirts, comes in gray, navy and green, all
German Lutheran Church-Rev. :J.
5 W. Reinhardt.' pastor. Sunday School F.at sizes new pleated models worth $6 to $7 ; for Monda)
: are sole agents for celebrated Money Back N 9- a. m. English service, 10:30 a. m. and ,
p.m. > '
Norwegian .Seamen's Church-Rev. :Jno. only. 449. -
Taffetes.IVewFancySilksrNearFurs.Don't nn Helle, pastor. Services 10:10 a. m.; ,
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nA I Holy Communion. 7:30 p. mAll Scandinavians -

m cordially Episcopal.invited. Autumn Millinery in All Its Glory.Although

Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley D. .
fail to visit our Millinery and m D., Rector. Early service at 7:30 o'clock.
m Sunday School at 9.4a; a. m.; Morning service -

Jefferson at 11;Davis Evening memorial service service at 7:30.'at Mr*t. the selling for the past week has been a tremendous strain on our stock,

t Carpet Department on 2nd floor. nn p.st.m. Katherine's to-day. 1 Church, >Cervantes end still by: employing large force of Milliners we will be ready for you to-morrow morning -

T T.avM B.streets rector.-Rev.Sunday Andrew services T. Sharpe at 7:30and S. with new TRIMMED STREET HATS and Dress Hats, also a splendid showing of
No trouble to show goods. 1i a. m. and 4 p. m.; Sunday Schoolat '
I 9:;JO a. m. Week-day services on the less expensive Tailored Suit Hats and Turbans. Women's Trimmed Street Hats at

aeaaaeaaaaaaazaaaeaaaa Wednesday St. John's and Church Friday, at Wamngton S p. m. -ReA \, $4.50, $7:00: $9.00 and $12.00, also a full line of the Gage Bros. Hats at reduced prices. 1
T. Sharpe. priest in charge. Services 1
eaaeaaaaaa You invited
every Sunday at 7:30- are cordially c.
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Unkersallst :
First Universalist Church East Chase
vestige of encumbrances on this street. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Y. P.
;' beach away, and, as the city would C. U. at 1:30 p.,m. AU are cordially Invited -
' CITY'S POSITION ON THE undoubtedly sooner or later endeavorto to attend. ThcR.eady=to= Wear Store
reclaim this property it was con- Methodist. d
hidered a very opportune time to do Palafox Street Methodist Church-Rev.
WATERFRONT so while there were no encumbrances. Henry Trawick,; of Montgomery will ,
QUESTION f 11"the both
It would hardly look fair to the city Regular pulpit services'at morning.and 11 a. m. and 7 evening::SO: p. m. '
to allow people to reference and rebuild Sunday School at 9 30 a. m., J. Is. Andrews i FALK & FRIEDMAN o
upon this property, and, in the superintendent.. Epworth Leagueat I ,
the.Plaza and Seville Square and the course of a few months or a few 6:30 p. m.Gadsden j I
Mettod'st'
Street Church-Rev. 27 S.. Palafox Street. Brent o oand :
!Mayor Bliss Explains How portion of Main street lying between years to enter suit to dispossess F. A. Rogers: pastor. Services to-day 'at Building.
Alcaniz and Florida Blanca streets. them. If the property belongs to the 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. n*., conducted by the ,
City Got Title to the Had the city retained the property city the title to it should be settled B.pastor.Tiller,Sunday superintendent School at Epworth 9:30: a.Leagueat m... J., i I to

that it had originally and had it, In- now, if it does not belong to the $:39 I p.nm'Clrc It-'ReV.' 'J I 7:00 pm Prayer meeting every! .................................................NH ata
Property. stead of selling it or giving It awayor city the title to it should be settled W. Breed Sunday at 7 p. m. Rev. E. E. Rice win j i
if it not to the love pastor Geo. H Hicks, assistant. ail the pulpit at both regular services to- I .
allowing squatters to take it, it now; does belong city First Sunday Powelton 11 a. m. and 7 X)
4 would to-day have enough revenue but fo others then the title shouldbe p_ m. First Sunday. Pine Forrest-3 SO p \aay. "i 1 n
I I from the same for rentals to pay all I I settled to prevent the city from m Second Sunday, Muscogee, 11 a. m. Church of ChristChurch I 1
UAliMS THERE IS NO QUESTION and 7'p. m. Third SUnday Brent 11 a. of Christ corner Jackson and'I Hello Central
the expenses of the city and relieve ever Interfering with them in the fu m. Third Sunday. Warrington 7:30 p. m. \lcaniz streets-Bible School at 10 a. m..> iso
OF CITY'S RIGHT TO STRIP BETWEEN the citizens of taxation. ture. Had the city allowed the claim Fourth Sunday. EbcaTibia 11 a. m. and Communion service at 11 a. m. Preaching pat >
R I It is not my purpose to enter into ants of this property to rebuild uponit 7pm. 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday i ,
AJLCAN3Z AND FLORIDA any criticism of past administrations I I and then entered suit against them Presbyterian.First at 7.45 p. m. All are-cordially Invited f f. 1 "fw.
I for the alienation of public property to dispossess them mere would have Presbyterian Church-Rev; :JulianS. Y. M. C. A. i'
BLANCA SOUTH OF THE NORTH .or to show any reason or cause why gone up a cry of indignation because Sibley. pastor Preaching at, 11 a. m, Y. M. C. Association building open' Give Me i: w.re
and 7:30 p' m. Sunday School at 9:30 'a. from 3 to 6 p. m.; Song Service at 3:30 p' '
the city had not entered suit before
:such has been allowed, I simply -
m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. in- led by J. W. Lurton for the > :, BOre
LINE OF MAIN STREET. m. purposeof : / :
I state the fact that it has been done. the parties built and it would undoubt- Sunday School at the Stoddart Avenue e songs of the Association > i
There has been considerable demand edly have been claimed that the city Mission at 3:30 p. m- C. F. Ze<>k. superintendent '::.rrmil class at 4 p. m. Subject'1 i
3 .by citizens that the city retain was very unjust 'In not entering suit All are cordially invited. of study.' The' Life and Letters of I i i' 797 i ii tobi
By Chas. H. Bliss. the property that 'lt-now has, and to before the people rebuilt. Baptist. PauL. sc
The city of Pensacola was originally I recover the property that belongs to City's Position. First Baptist Church-Rev. Thos. .MCallavay First Church of Christ. : ra
laid out by tie:English in 1765V: it and is unlawfully heldby'others.Squatter The city's position is simply this: a. m.. Judge, pastor.E. D. Beggs Sunday superintendent School at o 3f First Church of Christ. Scientist-Ser- ,' tt
vices at Pensacola Library at 11 a. m. today. {
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about one hundred and forty-one Titles. The property according to all the evidence Preaching by the pastor. at 11 a. m. and b
/years ago, practically the same as it In years past the city has allowed belongs to the city and it has 7:30 p. m 1.i
ds to-day-that is, the part of the any and everybody that desired to taken possession of what belongs to East Chase Hill street-Rev.Baptist Church J. W.11th Sen Avenueand tern t. Second Church of Christ. Is that Coleman I w
of
Second Church Christ.
:city known as "Old City." The streets squat upon the water front of the it. If the property does not belongto pastor. Sunday School aJ 11 a. m.Preaching Services:: every Sunday SClenUst-1 Joe \ Pr
IllS they existed then are practically city and a great many titles to prop the city then the city wants the every second fourth Sun clock; Wednesday afternoons at b'}i
lithe same as shown on the official erty along the water front have been courts to say so, and It will then keep day meeting at 11 every a. m.Tuesday and 730 night p. m. at Prayer 7:30 o'clock.Rending. room open dally from 101a t airt
Christian Science
m. to 3 m.tkhere
map today but many of these streets acquired In this way and the statement its hands off forever. If the property clock. Revival services now being conducted literature may p. be had Room 6, :Masonic j b,
L have been encroached upon by prop- is indisputedtthat some men belongs to the city it intends to keep Preaching at regular hours, Temple. 'f J Well, send me up one of those $15.00 Suits you atZ
morning and evening to-day.
' West Hill Church. West Jackson
Baptist
? I for9ia.
First Christian Church. are advertising Have *
aiouses or fences on them. The old accumulating property that has been The city took precisely the same street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit pastor. First Christian Church 43 East Gregory i you got them :as a,
ftDagllsh'maps of the city and the subsequent left open or unencumbered.The position in regard to the city property Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching street-Sunday School at 10 a. m., H J. large as 35? .Yes, well that's the size. All right, sir *
every first and third Sunday at 11 a. m. MacLey superintendent Prayer meeting
Spanish maps and the recent property over which so much on Cypress street between Com-
tr ,'maps all agree In these respects. The has been said lately which is now in 1 mandancia street and Baylen street, invited.Thursday at 7.30.p. m. All are cordially j!: how about Fall Underwear, Hats and Shoes for galr- 1* aT

Etreets.running' north and south' "were litigation, .is a portion of Main street nrihee Mr. E. R Saunders bad a STUCK TO IT self and boy? Do you need any? Yes, and I'll Ix- : a'
A (straight streets and the streets run- lying between Alcaniz and Florida wharf. I understand from counsel WHY NOT YOURS? :
\icing east and. west were also straight Blaaca; streets on the water front! that Mr. Saunders acknowledges the For 'Years But Finally Had to Give wE SELL REAL.. ESTATE FOR OTHERS down and select some. I know you keep the best of :
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I with the exception: )of'the: street along which the city hae never sold or parted city's right, and this property has Up Coffee. Why,Not Yours? -II everything. : r
fi !(the water front wftloh is nose known: with. in any manner, and which I been reclaimed.
[fig .Main.street, and whlch.vtas.made has never been owned by anybody I There has been a great deal of Our habits of eating and drinking L. S. BROWN & CO. vinced.The above is absolute truth. Call and be con- : tt
!Ito conform to the shore line of the but' which has been squatted upon by criticism in certain quarters regarding stick to us like a hungry pup to a "w. Sell Lots." I +. t.
r '!'bay. This shore line was a part of Ashennen and negroes and; people the action of the city in endeavor- bone. We can't always break loose Phone 918. Thiesen Bldg. 1
I'| ;: etrde, and' the north line of Main having avocations on the water, boating ing to reclaim the property along the even when we know we ought to. List Your Property With U. For"Satis : :
street from DeVUlters street on the and otherwise. This part of the water front but this has largely been Coffee does certainly hurt many factory Sale."
'West to Florida Blanca street on the beach has been encumbered with.politics and the claims and assertions persons and thy know it But it
:east .was an Irregular curve and the huts and shacks for a great many I I have consisted mere largely of false- Is one thing to know it and anotherto Nell LcaroiBS He always by said Experience: : that'no i I JOE COLEMAN i
!south line of the street was the years. About eight years ago Mr. hood than of a statement of facts.A devise some way to change the two
'chore line of Pensacola Bay. A William Fisher got possession of considerable great deal has been said of what habit and still have a warm beverageat people on earth think alike. LIU- ,
great many people living in Pensacola of this land and has since the Water Front Commission did and meal time. Thousands cf persons Well! Nell-He has changed his mind' 212 '
can remember when boats landed on sold some of it to others and claims did not do. The: fact of the matteris all over the world have found it easy since looking over the presents his South Palafor. i
Main! street where the dummy station !I about eight lots ot it to-day. Mr. that the Winter Front Commission to. quit coffee because they use Ptoa. wedding called forth.-Woman's Home
now stands and when people Walker Gonzalez claims a number of had absolutely nothing to do with the turn Food; Coffee. Companion. '
caught fish all along Main street and I lots. The remaining lots are divided property In question. The propertythe "For years I've felt the harm of Entire Furnisher for Man and Boy. :
many now living bathed there when among a few small claimants. city Is endeavoring to reclaim be- drinking coffee" writes an Iowa woman HU Bad Break. 1
S they were boYs. Later wharves were Time Was Opportune.The tween :Florida Blanca and Alcaniz "but I liked it so well I stuck *
built up buildings erected and the I recent hurricane swept every I streets is not and never has been under to it until about two years ago I quit be"Why friends have?" you and Harry ceased to .,..............Mt?.................***IH

g ground filled In and eventually the II I water so far as the city knows coffee and tea, too and began to
f bay was filled In and laid off into and. is not embraced in the waterfront drink Postum. "He wanted to begin economizing the .
streets and blocks and title to the I over which the commission has ".I made It, not like coffee, but boil minute we became engaged."-Chicago Cbil4r.A''. Garters Somebody Wants What You
:: roperty was obtained by right of RheumatismDoes control, but is a part of the old city. ed it according to directions on the Becord Herald.Tk The tension of a' child's garters is a Have.
possession or otherwise. In this way or a part of one of the streets originally package, and the first time we hadIt subject that every mother should pay '
f" the .south line of Main street from not let* go, of you laid out. The part that is in we all liked It. "We have It now Omly Safe Way. attention to. Tight garters pulling on W. Can Find the "Somebody.
CO.
:Alcanit street westward became when lotions water of this particular block knownas morning noon and night, and all feel Lawson-Ton say JOUr wife never I the little fellows underbody will surely L. S. BROWN & :.
; changed from the shore 119 and established you apply or 149 was deeded to the city by the healthier and happier for the change."I disobeys yon? bring discomfort Sea that there 1* "We Sell With UoU.Us" For "W ,
,y by the building that had liniments. It simply loosens I dater Front Commission but this is never have heartburn 'nor indi- Dawson-No. I" never give her any just sufficient pull to hold the stockings List Your Property Sa""*"" :
been permitted. only a small portion along the water gestion any more though my hus- orders.-SomervOle Journal.. More than this ,will tM Phone !l11. ThlewiiBtt-
Public Property. its bold for a while. Why? while the larger part Is the land above band and I'used to suffer that way up. cause
In the original plans the bay front high water mark and as before stated and with nervous headache great Are You Looking For a Sure shoulders to come forward. Dancing Class to Meet 1
iwas public property and from Palafox Because to get* rid of it yon Is a part'of old city deal of the time when we drank tea The dancing class of Miss tlc:;* c
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street east to Alcanix street was pub- must correct the acid ., Matter.Summed Up. and coffee. We can't say enoUgh' In Sale? Hair .tu. Holbrook will meet Monday v'f! 'l
lic property as far north as Government COB To sum up the whole matter it may praise of Postmn. and for the'IOOd it Have You any Property Which You WIsh In buying hair mattress choose on* the a K. &: A. halL Good mos:; *
street but the past different tftkm of the Mood on which be said has done us.",, Name given by Pos .to Sear If so. See U. filled with b &ck'rather than white be furnished and those attending *-*
city administrations have sold rfrea 1st The property. In: question Is tum Co.,' Battle Creek. Mich.Get L. S. BROWN &. CO. hair, as the latter has generally been have a pleasant time.
i away or allowed others to settle upon R depeads. Hood's SarstpariHa shown by all maps for more than a the book "The Road to Well- --w. Sell Lott"LiST --. bleached, which deprives It of springiness -
various parts of this property. until has cured thousands. century to be a public street.2nd. rule" from the pkg. "There's a YOUR-SURE PROPERTY SALE.WITH" US FOR and makes It "mat",more quick
,aothng .remains- except the streets The >Dubhc used the property reason." % Phone !913. TbUun BMg. Ir than the black'or even fray hair. Subscribe for The Journalt
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: Has Guided. Us. ,.. a":::: : "" I Everyone marvels at the exceedingly} low prices, we are putting on new t: Uff!{ :
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::. !: ....-..:',:',".:'::.:. :+. And hundreds of enthusiastic customers charged the store during the open- 1 1 i'' .


:: pose The,and oneness ability oi to stick pur=: .. t I ing days,. of the past week This coming week, we will offer other, and if possible :t! : :: ,


:, to means. it,-- with amply ways provided and, 4"" ': .:I "-" greater attractions. The following. tempting list of bargains will all go on sale Mon- d'i ;

: is producing great re- _'. ; : 8 o'clock. I : '
: .' suIts. l'.'''' :I. day Morning at I' : : 'J : J L\

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.: and Boys will-show what ; -.:: :.I I' New Klan Tailored Suits. I Bargains in Domestics, Sheetings' Etc. ,, : ,:(t,. .;i.,:.
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we mean and what we. '-.1; ", :1 I ,'{,1 Ladies' $30 Fine Tailored Eton Suits, in the best col- 25c 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, to go at ?.,. .1934c ,'J ..' :
have 1 .
: .;' accomplished ? .:'-1)' \;..>,, ': orings, beautifully finished .$24.90 Best 35c 10-4 Bleached Sheeting for . .... .26Uc: : i ;

: Boys' Suits, $2 to $l0.: : : !! { One lot of Gray Check and Over -Plaid i Mannish % : 22 yards stout 36-in Sheeting Domestic, to go for. .$1.00 'f t::

i ti Men's Suits,$10 to$35 il Tweed Tailored Suits, trimmed in velvet, braid 20 yards good White Outing'Flannel, special for .$1.00 I i. /t
and buttons, satin lined coat, special for.Monday,$10.00 ,
.' .. Mill-ends of 8c Flannelettes for . . 5c : '
: : $15 Mannish: Worsted Tailored Suits, satin lined : "
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i This i is the* > ;home;- of 1,1 Jackets, plaited Skirt, special for Monday . .$12.90 'New styles of 12J/c and lOc Zephyr Ginghams"; special :; 0{
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: high-grade. clothing. .+i io, One lot of ladies' or' misses' $5.00 Gray or Brown
1 case of new style Flannelettes ,15c value to go in this
l : J Tourists Coats, Velvet Collar, Cuffs and Piping, a sale-for. I
lYIII : lOc I IMillends
3 stylishly made, special ... .., _3.49 ; 3:"I
+ .... of best 6c Standard Calicos to ; i 11:
4 : $7.50 Mannish Tweed'Tailored Coats, trimmed in Silk ; go, per yard : ,

i i 'elvet.and Braid. ''Very stylish, special . .,-$5.90 for *. .'- : .. '. 3 c 'i' .it

STA1IDARDf1:0THrnGml: i $10.00 stylish Tourist Coats to go at . . .7.90 5c Bleached Crash Towels to go at.. 3c : f.." ,

ae $8.50 Man Tailored Pony Jackets, Black, with Satin '9c Bleached Huck Towels, special for. ;.'. 7c : ':

f JI': Lining, well made; special 1\o, $ .90 12/e Bleached Huck Towels, special for .'.- 9c ,: I'.',
$12.50 Tailored Covert Box Coats at X.$9.75
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Finely
to.go :> t
Bleached Table Damask, worth 35c per yard, special. .,23c -i'
2eeee....." .. i $15.00 Black Melton Coats, newest styles,.finely made) ... :
I), o. t t. aosoo o eeoo4ooe.oeoo eo, seee Best 30c Bleached Table pamask, in this sale 19c : ;t.t t.
j for .V. . '. .-. t iw. .$10.9&: i .
SOMETHING NEW! --- -- ''f.] Very special bargains In ladies' fine Tailored Coats/ ; :' : .. Mill-ends of fine Bleached German Table Damask at i. if

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f WMilied(!; BeutJ)Pins, 25 and 30c per pair !; manufacturers' samples, at' $11.90. $12.90, $13.90, ; : t. t t-: about y2 actual value. : ..f : iL' I

w. A. Gahlonbcck., '2B S. Paafot! SiCOTTRELL. COM 0 MAN r DANT5JI t $15.90 $19.50 and ,$23.90. Worth fully 1-3 more. -- .'.'". i- Fringed Napkins worth 35c per doz, for,. ...-:. 23c75c '.?!t f ,f.

Ladies' $10.00 Rain-Proof< Coats, Oxford only, a great German Dice Napkins to go now, per doz, for. 59c : n

: bargain"'at .: ._. ...,. .$5.90
FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS. Extra special Bargains in all Linen Damask Napkins, : .f.

k,. Pensacola.. I Fla.: OF THE NAVYJ; Extra bargains in fine Tailored Rain Coats at $9.75, .' from 89c J per; 'dozen to . .. ...-. .- .$2.19Bargains ::14 .:!
.$10.90, $11.90, and . . . ..,.....$13.49 "
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PHOTOGRAPHERS: :SINCE 1870.Krtf in Blankets t and Comforts.f
at ) ..$.e.-- Finunlnj; -tar. AmlU'I.' Children's Sample Coats, air $Strictly New t f-:'> : i f. :
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es. R. K. WHITE 10r4 Blankets in Gray or White at 49c, 85c, 98c, $1.39, : d t i f J f

-Inittwake.tuanutacurnaisreier, anl Graduate ... '. $6.90 .
a t11''cin.SO S. Paialex Street.PensacoU. Fla. $1.95 to ,. .v- t !

'TTersely .Don't buy Blankets or Comforts until you see ours. I
List of Those Who" Have: I Po : '. :; ,; !
f Told _. ..... ... I $1.25 $1.49 $1.95 $ each.$5$0. ; .
:. $2.90, $3.90.up; M -- Bargains in Notions and Smallwares. ii i-
Commanded Yard Since r t ;
Special Officer A. E. Kelly who was : F
-ecently elected to that position by : I
/ in Ladies' Fine Skirts. t
s> l.he! Board of Public Safety to fill the i I Its Establishment.A Special Bargains Good Adamantine Pins, full papers, for: .' lc'. 't J

, vacancy: caused by the resignation of full Circular Skirts trim- Rubber Lead Pencils to at . .. Ic '\
Officer Ray assumed his duties yester- list of the commandants of the Best $6.00; Mannish Tweed, Tip go : -
,Jay. The new special officer has had Pensacola navy yard who have serv- med in folds and Buttons. Special sale price.'. .$3.98 President Jet Head Pin Cards to go for. .,. 5c :, '1\
considerable in the ed there
police since
experience establishment of
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lepartment and will no doubt make the yard' has been issued and will J $7.50 Mannish Tweed, or Mohair Skirts. choice stylesspecial ; 8c and lOc Garter Elastic, to go for 5c ,. s f
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competent special officer. be noted with Interest, especially bY'j = price .>. .V. .5.90 ,,,
those who remember 15c and 19c Amber or Shell Back Combs to go for . lOc "jt
- position V civil of service typewriter examination In the for depart-the of many: years since.the commanders The list: Very special bargains in fine Tailored Skirts at, each __ ." 50c Jewel, or Japanese Back Combs, for 25c :." J

+: :aseat of steam engineering at the Pen- gives the dates of service of the com- $8.95, $9.49 and .'.$11.90. N lOc Jewel Hat Pins, to go now for 5c Y : 1
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manders since
1S31 but prior to that :
acola will be held at tha
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: :postoffice navy in this city on November. date the navy yard has no record of "-. 1 lot of sample Hair Brushes, fine English Bristle: ;-1: ) f ,
.. Those desiring to take the examination the names length as published.of'service The"and list only is the as Bargain Sale, of Hosiery. .. worth 39c to 50c (agent's samples)' choice,of entire ,;i 1 _j ;! i
further information
. can secure follows .. line for . 15c "'
. hy applyig to the secretary of the' : 375 dozen ladies', children's and men's hosiery (a manu-. .II a

2 board at the postoffice.- '. Commodore Commodore .:!tfr Lewis T. Woolsey.Warrington. facturer's sample line), bought at 1-3 off, to go, on sale as I lot of fine sample Belts, in Corduroy and Silk, worth. lJ !I
The schooner :Minnie \\ of the
. all colors / 15c
. feet of Saunders & Co., which was Commodore Isaac Chauncey. follows: 50c each, to go at ti't: '
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.. washed up on Baylen street wharf is, Connnodore Commodore;Alex.Wm. J.K.Dallas.Latimer.: Men's 10 and.12%c Seamless Socks to, go at ., 754c, Ladies' 5c White Handkerchiefs to go at .2j.Z c "" : ;,
. ready to be floated and will be as
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: Commodore Josiah Tatnall 51-54. 15c Hemstitched 'or Embroidered Handkerchiefs, now i ;
. soon as the marine railway is ready to Men's 15c Seamless Socks to go at'-: .:
.. receive her. The vessel was damaged S45G.Commodore Lawrence Rousseau Men's 25c extra fine Seamless Socks to go at .19cLadies' for lOc .il 1.!
. much greater tha.Iat, first thought Commodore Cornelius K. Stribling, .-i, 1 lot of fine Linen Paper and Envelopes, in boxes; regular i 1
. but has been patched up temporarily "' and children's best 15c Hose, now. . . lOc 1 .
. w she can be towed to the marine :: 59. 50c quality to go now per box .. .. 25c t
1 Commodore Jas. Me. Q. McIntosh, Finest 25c plain or lace Hose, in black and colors, to goat
railway.: The smack is the newest of
. the fleet of Saunders & Co., having 59-60. ... 19c ,; ',1
Commodore James Armstrong 60- Extraordinary Special Bargains.
.0u been built by the firm here. 61. 35c and 40c fine Cotton, or Cashmere Hose to go at. ..25c f
The revival services which began at Commodore Wm. Smith, '6264. Best 50c Bleached 9-4 Sheets, torn and hemmed, special ;i ;.
*-e'k. have grown in Interest.,Several ,
Captain. Jas. F. Armstrong 6368. :.
i professions of faith have been made Commander Baysa N.. Westcott, Underwear Bargains. for .'. -. .". 39c j! :,
and the church has been greatly, re- '68-TO.. : : II
rived. There are four which will bebaptized Commodore Theo P. Green, ?:68-10.1 Ladies' and children's Full Fleeced Vests or Pants, 81x90 Bleached Pepperell Sheets, torn and'wide hem, i It#
. in the First Baptist churchat Commodore Edward ::\ 39c value . 25c 69c .
. :3:30: o'clock this afternoon. Preaching "73. "" to go at worth 85c, for p
.. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. todayat Commodore Malachton Woolsey Children 39c FulhFleeced\ Union Suits for 25c I Best 14c Pillow Cases, extra good, for ,. lOc :-

... Chase the street corner; subject of 11th at avenue morning ser-and 7374.Commodore Geo. H. Cooler, "Jo-TC. Men's 50c Winter Weight, Full Fleeced Shirts and 19c Hemstitched Pillow Cases, fine quality, special for 14c "".

. rice "Hunting Needle in Hay Stack." Commander J. F. Glensey> 75-71. Drawers, special for this 3 cAll Men's $1.75 Work Pants, neat dark styles, only 10 ;

.; :nd Why at evening "Who Will be Judgedand Captain Commodore Geo. Stephen R. Belknap, P., 76-81.Quacken-. t,:, the finest grades of Underwear at special prices. dozen, to go at, each 98cBoy's ,c .'

0- Wool Cheviot or Mixed Tweed Suits, worth :
: The best is always the cheapstfrt bush 81'S2.Capta'n ? Silks.
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Alfred Hopkins '8182.' f Special Bargains in $2.50 to $3.00, in this sale .$1.95 i

i the Absolutely"Blue Ribbon pure go Flavor"twice as is far perfec-and Captain Commander Robt.William E. Bradford Welsh '84-84.8283. 100 pieces of 36-inch All Silk Taffetas, all colors, never Boys' $3.00 Beaver Overcoats, special for .,.$1.69 .

. tion.! Ask for the 25c size. Gibson lieutenant" 84-t88.Commander Wta.' C. sold for: less than $1.19 per yard, but will go in this' 1 case of White Wing, Full Bleached Sheets, 72x90. .

. Captain C. P. Lull (died) '86-'87.- sale at ... .'. . . . . . . . . 69c torn and hemmed, to go for ... .'. 39c ;
. Commander Caas. L. Huntington of ladies' Plain Silk Belts, worth 25 and 35c, .
. 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all colors, regular 90c 1 lot new

.. ON'TYOUR SEND 8890.Captain A. V. Reed.'90-93. value, for this sale . . . . . .. 59c> to go at ..... . .. ..... 19c .,.. '

.. Commander Commander Wm.D. W.H./Whtting94-96.Xfullan: '3W7. 75c Faille Silks, all colors, special . . . .,. 45c 2 cases new Mohair Lustre Suitings, worth, 19c per 3
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Commander. W. Reislnger '97-' Best.59c Jap Silks, all colors, to go at . . . 39c yard, special, for . ., .;. 12c .; ::..i .

i MONEYtAWAY '01.Rear Admiral Frank Wildes '0102. New Plaid Silks for Waists: 2 cases of ladies' and children's 39c Full-Fleece4 1: '

Rear Admiral Win. C. Wise. '0203. 75c quality, in beautiful plaids, to go at . . . 49c Underwear, to go at 25c ; .,

. Captain Captain F.Thomas W. Dickins Perry ''03-04.0405. $1.00 quality, in beautiful plaids, to go at . . . 89c 10 pieces 38-inch Ombre Plaid and Check Henrietta '; ,

.. Captain Bicknell, $1.50 Imported Plaid Silks, choicest styles, special 98c Suitings, worth 25c, special .'. . .. 19c '... ', '

... Real Estate Transfers. l.lot of fine 50-inch Fancy Wool Tweed Suitings, new- 2 cases finest Pacific Percales and, Flannelettes, ',!

y t est styles, and 45-inch Silk Down Suitings, regular in 5-lb bundles, to go, per Ib ... .,. 35c ,'J, f
Following !s a list of the real estate 1 lot assorted Work Baskets, worth lOc each, for .- . 5c :,
Buy in Pensaeola transfers-recorded yesterday furnished by j $1.50 quality (an agent's sample pieces, bought at a

,''' the Pensaeola Abstract DEEDS.Co.; I I big sacrifice), to go in this sale for . . . 85c Best 5c Ink Writing Tablets, to go, 3 for i lOc : '

1 have everything you want, and canc Charissa M. Harris to Henry B.
II'$ ))1'here.it to you 11y stock, as now you complete can get in It McLyman. $-125.00'The N. E. 1-4 of AWAY the first 20
to
Ie t\ ) .tt''fIt''L I have Bicycles, PhonoErafhs the S. W. 1-4 of Sec. ,19 T,2S.R., VALUABLE SOUVENIRS WILL BE GIVEN
.. Records. Baseballs Foot Balls, 31 W.
J. '": Guns Ammunition. Knives: Type- HenryB... McLyman to Martin F.Dunn OO morning this week after the 1
{ wra. Express: Wapons all sizes; Ten- purchasers of $ or over every .
;". G.,1t Sticks Fishing Tackle Air 1900.000. The N. E. 1-4 cf .
$Ii1'OS hosing Gloves Steel Traps, aDd. the S. W.. 1-4 of Sec. 19 T. 2 S. R.
1 as IL't Z1.to-date everything that Is usually store.kept in 31 W.' gong strikes 9 o'clock. -HIt
t ,on se my sporting stock and gOOds get my prices" J. E. Williams C. A.: Daw. 100. : *
1 iS "'ul not send your money out of The E. '1-% of the S_ 1-2 of the S. 1.2 : CO. f
1I I ail ... of.lot 4, See'' 35' T.'2 S.R. 30 W. 10 T. II. ....A4T1Tc1\T: &.

F. B. BRUCE acres.Madaline Handy to Leslie E. Brooks. .. .
54000.. The.W. 1-% of,Jot 158, blk .---- -"I ". :r.--,. -:- -- __ _'
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MORNING
: ....GI! FOUR THE P'ENSACOLA JOURNAL S1JWOAY r

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mIWl I except It is approved by Forest and If her charges are verified'most .DOard freIght depot Assis
: suredly the ,government should make iaggs went to the ,
Stream. Put down. the size of )ourblack depot
: friends into a rigid Investigation and bring the Christian' sleeping on the
ihe bass eastern or go

: Ittnfutola otifnal ; SAID OF, PENSA COLA \ii will the admit attested. no record question.-In -Tanrpa a way 'Trib that accounting perpetrators.-of Tampa the crime Tribune.to a strict He old,aroused unused the packing man and hrw ser

at the station. Upon

AND PBNSACOLIANSl une.Can. The Worst Ever. man the officers found sear$1," -

i It Be True Tampa thieves missed a rich haul In a little bag, also a $1 I II I
y DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. ,discovering W.
-- It now turns out that the woman Thursday night In not cents upon his person. Henp
of peonage W. Christian, a white man before for half an hour until t \
EXCEPT MONDAY who has brought charges
PUBUSHED EVERY MORNING
t I had him locked at the sobered
being carried'on in the neighborhood the police up tially His monev: I
: : ...BY... I Lost- Lighthouses. existence it has proved to Forty-(our light-houses were either best of investments yielding last yeara bf Thonotossassa. Miss Stirling is police headquarters that there was a to the DeSoto hotel for t!

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. swept Into the sea and bet or the net profit upon the capital stockof well known and respected In Tampa. drunken man asleep near the Sea- Tampa Tribune.
structures are so badly damaged that thirty per cent. The judge now
-. no lights can be eaown, and four light wants to install a larger syrup plant

FRANK L MAYES, President an* General Manager house keepers were drowned dunng to manufacture twice as much cane, :: :+: tf o:+:+ +:+..... .:+:..:,<+:+: "."" :+:"""" : *
last week's hurricane Is the sum and thus encourage larger plantingby
mary of a report made by the United ; farmers Within hauling distanceand
: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. States lighthouse inspectors. These, as SOOn. as sufficient cane is ROUNDABOUT THE GAY RIALTC

lights were located on the coast and ; grown to change it into a large plant f
:; SUBUCRIPTION RATES adjacent islands between the south : and to make centrifugal sugar" The

One Tear .. .. ..........|5 00 One Month .. .. ... .. ., 45 Mississippi river and Mobile. The I raising of sugar cane and the production By Sam B. Russ.

Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .j" .. .., .. .. 10 inspector did not investigate the lighthouse : of sugar may become important :' _
Three Months.. .. .. .. 1.Weekly. Edition per )"ear;.n CO losses between Mobile and Pen industries of West Florida whichis :+: :+ .:+:+: ..aM< .:+* :+:.
sacola.- hipley Banner. believed to be particularly adaptedto - -
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I The Only Pemaacolm ....pape" From Which a Detailed "Sich a Sipping." .:Union.the culture.-Jacksonville :GOOD ENOUGH, FOR HIM. r THE -LILY"-AND THE "ROSE.I ."- Our Palmetto Fat Paragr
Leading public sentiment caused I usual poem is lack
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Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Pensacola.It's "You must not call me 'LIJ1".
: in
the tight closing of all the saloons in True Southern Spirit. Tm back good enough for me 'I So Mrs. Langtry pouts; issue, our jug having faile
-- ------ --- --- "But plain Mrs. Langtry. from town In time
--- ---- ---- I Pensacola during the first week after Mobile and Pensacola, battered by Although I spent the summerIn Just be at outs.
Or we shall
I the storm. Yielding to the _saloon the West Indian hurricane, are showing a cottage by the sea- that all posters
[ : all verandah. You will see my It's a wise farmer' that.
$Editorial IMM 38 I I Paper* en Sale. en Trains pressure the mayor rescinded the the true Southern spirit in A Expensive cottage too, and swell Have pasted o'er that wordA own cotton
after
? tmBushsrnOffic.15OO and at all News Stands. closing order. ,But the leading business -f promptly setting to work to build 'That was rented, as an annex By slip which of plain the white name paper Is blurred.Of through with crop it the

men quickly converted Mayor J themselves up on a grander scale To an up-to date hotel. the Lily and the Rose

Bliss! from the error of his way and than before.-Tampa Herald.No Sunburnt are all my daughters The poet ever sings. Nothingdulls the seasii
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendcnola and DeLuna Sts. he closed 'em tight as beeswax In-l'I And one's engaged-Gertrude But Know the the Squire bitterness and Freddy time brings Gebhardt; breaking up stovewood l''
stanter and so they remained until Not to a Pensacolian
So Bad. I was a Lily
And though once :
last Saturday, when the lid was removed That the breaks in Santa Rosa And But the to a rest seaside are discontented dude. ; I am now a full blown Rose axe.We
and sick another beer I With a new and titled husband ;:
sip- seemedto For that summer by the sea are unalterably
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they opp
island not bad
are so as
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1906. pin!Exchange. be immediately after the stormis Has But spoiled it's good them enough for the for city-me. And a dresser full of clothes. opening of a low groggerv. u&

- Cheerful I the gratifying information the peo- Probably. fined community-the old e* O n.hM

Funston has got back-a clear case so ably represented by the ,Montgomery Three cheers Anyhow.for Pensacola. The 1 I, pie of Pensacola have received The They And say the they brilliant miss"repartay.the "smartness" .1 I She ;I see that a London actress Jug trade is good? enough for ns.

of a lack of backing. I Advertiser? storm damaged her seriously Auit it 1 I[ great storm made several breaks in As for me I miss the boodleIt I now has some of her gowns made all Hog killing time approaches
the island one of them a mile or took their bills to pay I'In piece. "acf
The answer lies the surface.If didn't dishearten her. She is up and :: one backbones and
That denatured alcohol seems to be upon bustling to clear the wreckage away : so wide. The waves, however have And I'm here to ten you, buddy He-The bill probably comes In In and chitterlings *n
majority government is to do nothIng since. Next summer they may be still received fer subscriptions at
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going against nature. and declares she will build bigger !I been repairing the damage Up there, but PensacolaIs sections, though office. :i
worth doing for that majority and better than ever. This is the 'I Santa Rosa island is the natural good -

t Now for the Key West brand againstthe we may as well have a governmentby spirit that wins.-Chipley Banner. breakwater for Pensacola bay and the Enough For me! THAT SAVED HIM. All things may come to Lm: that

true Tampa Havana.v the minority. and be done with it safety of shipping there in any ordi- Didn't hit It this year, waits-but this paper is not CM
storm depends largely upon it In the Morning. Cotton drowned out,
nary
What a Difference if have
That railroad rebate Is evidently We take the ground that the purpose Lots.Pensacola just pulled herself together Senator Mallory and CiUector Still- Tank-Did your wife call you down Corn a perfect failure- any more we to wait on y yy
much
: getting to be mighty poor bait. of popular government Is to produce shook off her troubles and man, a committee appointed by the when morning you% got home from the club this Got Hear to hunt my merchantshout1 another subscription, longer.

popular results, and that any announced to the world: "We are chamber of commerce ascertained the Blank-No, she didn't call me down Store where I can trade An esteemed correspondent TJSI
The loss on the East Coast seems to government that, gives rise to results doing business at the old stand. Anything I I condition of the Island last Monday. she blew me up.NothIng. On credit is! till the made.coming to know which side of the dramut

have been mostly a loss of life. that 'are not pouplar, cannot Justly we can show you?"-lake City Jacksonville, :JTiesUnion.The Like Knowing. I But Crop I've got safely an anchor controversy we are on. If we Tee Ii

Index., -I understand that Miss Passay Is to Out to windward hid; on the inside, we could get that last
: President Roosevelt's "swollen -fortunes" be termned Democratic '_- storm of last week ,was the be married at last. And still my heart shall hanker consignment: of paper out of -
t' i Such "Characteristic." Gulf Coast of "Yes but from what I know of the For Sally and the kid. the depot
naturally belong to the swells. thinly-coated "Democratic"papers worst that the north I p. d. a.
Strickened Pensacola gracefully man in the case, it won't last Jong.
as the Montgomery Advertiser Florida has probably ever experinced. Lily's Two Landings. LT
: Up north automobile clubs pension I would have Democratic declines outside aid, and turns to her Damage to property will run way Into LIFE AND DUTY. 1 Mrs. The dance at the town haD list
theories stop Miller This that
their victims. Down this way they own efforts for relief. This is but the millions of dollars_ Loss to fishermen -: I paper says Wednesday p. m. was postponed ra
short of materialization at How must the soul despair Langtry has just "landed" In New
the polls. eager
characterihtic of the Southern spirit, and fish
account of
Just club them. In boats. wharves That bath no wings on which to soar I York the unexpected IvncLaj
That is where we differ; for we count and no more than might have been, packing houses Is Immense. The L. Or cleave at will the upper air, I land- at Boggy Slough the same night Our

Jerome may take the stump for that Democracy as naught that dare expected of Pensacola Milton Star &; N. Railroad losses are heavy That lies beyond its prison door. i ed"Twiller another-Yes rich, and husband she "Just also. worthy sheriff was unavoidably a).

Hughes, but Hughes is likely to take not look In the face the logical resultof Big TWng. tracks torn up,. and one report states On far horizons ever bent. I
the cake all the same. its theories. that two solid trains were lost, cars Our vision dims itself with tears, THE WIND. sent.The
The debate of the campaignon
biggest being blown away and engines buriedIn Distorted by the discontent interest in politcs in Palmer
M. Witte says that he is out of The trouble with papers of the Advertiser the drainage issue is scheduled to sand. The tide rose, ten feet That grows thro' all the growing years.j. Sweep on. Oh wind! thy course still keep Flat continues Noah Cole bavin! it

politics forever. He evidently not stamp Is that their Democracy take place in Jacksonville next Thurs- above ordinary high tide and floodedthe And yet were these desires allowed Through street and narrow lane Postmaster Peebles in an argumea:
is purely theoretical and that day, the 18th, when the great issue whole country. Vessels were And had we wings on which to rise And pour the fountains .of the deep over the- drainage question in fret::
out of diplomacy, by any means. .. will be discussed by Governor Bro- I Above the heavy-footed crowd Upon the earth again.Relentless of
the last
and wrecked. Injury postoffice Monday Tb
driven ashore
they ,are Invariably thrown into convulsions ward for the amendment and Hon. And learn the secret of the sides-
The current activity of ylce-Presl- to the United States navy yard at as the hand of Fate mall was delivered by our enteryls-
\> any proposition to John S. Beard against It. On the 16th Remorseless as the -
y organ- grave
that should find. leg P. M's. better half.
i dent Fairbanks should not be held accountable ize the majority iaIntJ the rotten in Ocala, these two gladiators will i Pensacola was' great. The property the I Might When not we be had reached we the topmost round. Thy breath shall teach us, aQ too late
has been very heavy but That man is but a slave.And
for the cold wave. damage That in the duties left behind.
present also dispute over the same questit, "KEEP A PULLIN'
I minority ,that to-day deals out legislation loss of life comparatively small It Alone were peace and solace found?
f and they are sure of a big audience, all the ages yet shall rear. ,
: The Italian government has offered and morals for a people who courthouse is bad enough but thne loss of life And all that Time hath known. Ef the tide is rnnnin strong 1
for the new Marion county most achieve.
I They feel it most who Keep a pullin'
; $2,000 for the best drama-and Ber' have yet to learn their power. will be dedicated on that day.Live is small compared to the Galveston And. in achieving, leave behind Shall When melt thou away art and disappear throne. Ef the wind is btowin wrong, retba
on thy
flood in whichJnear 7000 lives were
The homely ties by which we weave Keep a pullin I'TaIn't .
nard Shaw has not yet applied for the Oak Domcrat. "
An Opinion That Will lost_ 'Latest reports state that the The happiness of human kind. For Nature's god no pity owns, no use to cuss and swear- rej

; Job.A Important Industries.The Jpeople ae busying, themselves re- Then Duty come With eyes serene, His power is supreme. gar: rams your or breath ef it's to& and tl'ar- am
Bear Examination. pairing the damage. Crystal River tumult free. And man and all his tinsel thrones tat
Chicago woman wants a divorce: Pensacola Journal. of Tuesday And pulses from all Are but a passing dream. Keep a puuln'IThough :
One .of,the :most notable addresses says: "Judge John Thomas : News. And learn me all that life may mean |CO!
because her its with thee
husband called her a To those who walk ways
I Porter of Grand Ridge is in the cIty The Rialto is not so gay, after all, It's winter or it's May len
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made at the recent session of the Keep a pullln'! '
witch. He evidently knew which All.
was 1 in the interest of sugar cane or syrup Not At Stuck in the Styx. this w ek. The hand of Fate has Ef you're In the ring to stay 'it J
which. American Bankers Association in St making. He has been a champion of Psnsacola. like other American cities Charon was crossing the Styx in I been laid heavily upon the town of Keep a pullin 'Cu

has Louis was' that delivered by Mrs. V. this sugar industry'"ever since coming that have",suffered, disaster. Is order to ferry across a distinguishedparty I late and ruin wreck and vain regretsare Though Sun is bound you can't to chine see e'en some a day ray dir

The czar bene asked to recognize -P.,Church the cashier of a banking into West Florida, and throughhis not disheartened and the work of of Has-Beens, when he was observed ours, too. Got to come 'fore long your war, tor
the douma, but his eyesight is institution in Joplin, Mo.' influence the section around rehabilitating the ruined portion of to check the progress of his I Keep a pull in'! Xo

still as poor ,as the average.Russian Aside from the rather unique position Grand Ridge has become the largest the city is already projected. The result motor boat some distance from the 1 One On Gibson. When you're sick and tired too! ce:
politicians. this grower of sugar cane,,of any point In will be vastly batter than the bank. 1 "Henry," said Mrs. Peck lookingup Keep a pullln'l2'ever Drag
occupied by thoroughly up- the stats and "the Cohassette Syrap old. and five years hence no trace "What's the matter with your i from the copy of the Ladles' Boon 'low )"Ou're feelln blue
Senator Tillman undertakes to-date woman of affairs, her addressis I of his of the ruins will be visible. Keep a pullin' thin
now to Company, is the out-growth present cried one of the party, who, from the I Companion she was perusing by the Ain't no good in blamin' fate
,defend Senator Bailey and evidently worthy of attention here becauseof interest, and in the two years of its Chipley: Banner. lurid character of his raiment was :. light of her new angle lamp, "what 'Cause you're workln' hard and late ,

hopes to pitchfork him into the odor a specious fallacy that cannot too evidently a New York politician who do you think of Mr. Gibson's defini- Better say you feel first rate. o*

of sanctity. often be exploded.. had lost out. "Why don't you come tion of a lady as one 'who always remembers An' keep a puflin'iFish pa
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'In the course of her remarks this ashore? "We've got our credentialsall others and never forgets hersltr" don't bite Just for the wishin,
The state of Kansas has J140,000- right""Yes Keep a pullin'! ca
business woman is quoted to the following I NEWS AND VIEWS I retorted Charon 1 think "-said Mr. Hen slow Change your bait and keep on fistln: a
000 in the treasury. Wonder where it 4I but I haven't Peck Keep a pullin' ,
has got Jerry Simpson and the rest effect: stolidly. "The dog law's on over ly, as he edged toward the door, "that Luck ln't nailed to any spot. tiof
"We cannot all be bright we can- there now and I can't afford to buy Gib is a blame fooL If he'd ever been Men :you envy like as notEnvy

of the populists* not aU be wise and sagacious; ,but we S # <$ FROM STATE PAPERSAn e no three muzzles for that dog of up against It the way I have he'd You your keep job and a lot pullin'! to

Chairman Woodruff of fancy vest all can, if we will be faithful; and to mine. And pointing to Cerberus, all have known that a lady is one what ft
be faithful in the performance of the three of whose heads were growlingin always remembers to let her husband Sympathy is Junt a fake ,61
: fame predicts a 200,000 majority for duties imposed upon a bank official is 1 1nH.. u. .s. the bow, he added grimly. "So it's have a little peace, and who never No one Keep feels a it pullin when'! you ache bei

Hughes In the state of New York. one of the qualifications absolutely essential wade out, or get out" And they forgets that he is the natural boss Keep a pullln'

Tim they should pull down his vest. and surely no one will deny it Alachua Enterprise. state continuously since that date waded. ofBut Henry was gone and the Only this is worth ''erwh ,
ginnery 'I i He was a gentleman of the old school footstool landed harmlessly la the And youTl find it helps a pfl.!
that of all the qulifications of a woman The mamoth three-story When the wind blows hard. Just srr.Ht
G. Cleveland Is now said to want that of faithfulness Is her high The Alachua Manufacturing Company I with courtly manners, and a well THE DIFFERENCE. jamb of the door. An' keep a pullin' I Il

9 to go to the United States senate from est and best." commenced turning its wheels to-day known writer on economic subjects. Life is so narrow -
New This to begin the Form he was an advocateof To that the wide Those "Taking" Little Ways. Ef your runners strike bare grouni ,
Jersey. is not one of those now prepared any years some
,Nothing can l>e. more fallacious and are World full of Joy Keep>> a pullln'! l S.I
"long felt wants" of which we read, dangeroult-than the ginning of cotton automatically, and an inland waterway to connect Outside, is denied. Toper-How goes it? Don't give up, and don't go 'round! f (
nothing more '
however the introduction of this new labor New Orleans with the Atlantic Ocean And gloomy and gray Roper Fine--utter stranger Just Keep a puilln'fWouldn't a
,- supposition that the same law of na saving machinery will enable them, to through Florida.. He had collected The sky arches low asked me to take one on him. How Ef he wOuldn't give a break boss his his chain.grain f

; The New York Central railroad has ture that applies to intellectual qualities produce a sample second to none. All much valuable and Interesting data Over their beads.Wherever they.go. is It with you? Back up prompt and pall again

been convicted of granting rebates. does not apply to moral.It interested in the ginning and growingof relative to Florida history, both natural ? Toper-Rotten'-:my wife Just askedme An' keep a puWn'! 1e
cotton are Invited to Inspect the and political which we destroy. For others, the Bun to take the pledge. ,
The penalty has yet to be imposed is true, as this lady says that Space forbids further mention. ed about two years ago when his Is ne'er In eclipse, S pose keep you haven't a pullin'I got a cent 1IJ'

and a microscope will probably be "we cannot all be bright;" but why Alachua plant. Post daughter's house was burned. He was There And a a kiss laugh for for the the lips.eyes Going the Pace. Not a red to pay the rent 1'I

should In the breath at one time comptroller Ocala Ban A for the fallen Keep a pullln'!
; required to discern It. she, next goon sigh "How's Tankersley and his last OetUa ""buatedalnt no crime IJf
and declare that we can all, "if One Point of View. ner. For And,with help God for on the His 1Iad-throne, wife petting along?" Gerry 'mlghtlyt-That's the lime
The bankers now in session In St will be faithful Governor Broward has not yet madeit 2to world can be bad. "Pine-got as far as South Dakota Grit will make & man sublime
we he feels under God's Country. Keep a pullln' 1t
; Louis are said to represent twelve perfectly clear why already. 1I
and a half billon dollars. But nobody We all recognize the fact that men obligation to have the state and certain Up In New York and: other tourist That Explains It i Can't fetch business with a whine

has yet figured out to what extent they differ Intellectually and nobody of its citizens pay for draining supply points they are calling Florida Twiggs-I see that a recent writer Remember the Sabbath Day. Etc. Keep a pullin'!

kf the blames them for It WJiy, then, shoulda lands that he admits railroads claim 'Gods country" this morning and claims that love is merely a mathematical Mrs. Haughten Taut-What struck Grin and swear you're fcelin fir1. ,
misrepresent
people. man be 'held accountable for any and will probable get-Chipley Ban we see where they are right That proposition. you most in the service to-day my Keep up a, puWn'tSummln' my brother, you
"Florida Special" will soon be the WJggs-That accounts for the fact ? > Hain do It
Tom Watson now proposes to re- moral ? ner. son no other thing to ; II
Inferiority Those Amendments.The most popular train in America.-Live that marriage a la mode is so often a Tommy Taut-The guyth passedthe Simply got to pull her through!
enter what is politely called Georgia this world's stock of hum- So !
We fear keep on pullin'
of the Oak Democrat. matter of dollars and cents.
Is mere _
.1 5 DeFuniak Herald one p'ate-he struck me for a dollar. nknnwn t
Journalism. The gentleman has inexhaustible.
bug is practically state that opposes all the proposed t
papers
;r many friends In that state-It remainsto nstitutional amendments and Boiled Child To Death.

be seen how many subscribers -he *fl'$ gives -a reason which In the main are Wednesday afternoon a terrible accident TO KEEP YOUNG. i* average country home. City people j j ,.-.latl... t

will have in his own state. good. It says 'Vote against all the occurred at the residence of 1 have 'Infinitely greater variety of life. I that those "h
PHILOSOPHY. f
PENSACOLA Be Active Seek Variety mod Doa'tBe Experience proves
constitutional amendments, none of- Victoria Venaga, In Tampa. While Afraid to Laegh. They enjoy themselves a great deal gain money rapidly by speculation ,il 1I

.An Obsolete Sam B. Russ. fered seem absolutely necessary Mrs.' Venaga was busy cooking d'n! I t more than country people. They work I wlrf-n tbBave
Typeof By that instrument Is ncr for the family the stove in some Never retire from active life if you most never keep it an
vicious r
I some are hard when at work but when 01
I they are i lost it they infinitely W'of'4l
avoid are
patched crazy quilt affair if unaccountable way was knockedover. can possibly it; keep "in the \
Democracy.In l'l''I'I now please a and without an amend A large kettle of boiling water swim;" keep the! mind active; never j through they drop everything and have ; than they were before.-Success MM- 1t
; a recent Issue the good old you that Is manifestly turned over on the unfortunate refer to in good time., There Is no doubt that sine
was I
I An epicure Is a glutton whom only ment is presented your advancing years or, say (
; Montgomery Advertiser undertakes the gout can cura: demanded or that will Improve con-j woman and her little child "at my ace." !i the theater In spite of Its many evils t

: to reply to certain criticisms recent. ditions or protect the people by all 1 who _was, playing,on the floor close To preserve youth you must have a has done a great deal toward erasing KBCTT the I'lac.

Jy made upon Ita undemocratic policy To save your roll In- politics roll means let It alone vote no on every by. Their screams attracted many variety of experience. The countrywoman : the marks of age. People who laugh Guest (In cheap restaurant)-nert. .
ameudJ .
:' In these columns. your barrel to the rear. one of them." None of the 1 who Immediately 'rushed to theIr assistance at forty, although breathing.apurer i I much retain their youth longer.-SucClrllUaUon waiter this meal is simply vile I
but aid in
essential, what was -
"absolutely rendering Where's the proDrittor
mentg are I cess. won't for It.
The Advertiser takes It upon itselfto No crank -can ever work ,the political the Times-Un'cn! has given reasons their power until a physician could air and living on a more healthful pay out at lunch. sr

say that we hare either misunderstood machine-. why it believes Articles XXIX and be called. 'In spite of the best medical diet than the ,city woman oftenlooks' D-eft :'Xtt Enfeeble. ? Waiter-He's
the salaries I I attention tbelittle child died. In fifty while the latter at the
misstated its Increasing respectively ,
or position. As XXX I We need not have the slightest fear accomplish an.1tfntwho
Men.who stay out late nights, must of court Justices and great arony. The mother. although same age does not look more,than thir He will never
supreme
L: a matter of fact, we have done expect their wives to of will In all that civilized man is going to. become dreams of wh*t he will do instead
expostulate.The judges of tha criminal courts re-e.I'I in a critical condition ty. But her mind Is more active than
neither and Montgomery contemporary degenerate from city dwelling or any eta da.
our ord should be passed and_ a probability recover.-Exchange, that of her ewmtry sister; that is the of showing what be
will find It much easier to fewer your friends the fewer Article XXXI would amount of her : of the other strains of civilization

snake these statements than to substantiate your disappointments.It to simply adopt to a refusal to allow Eocam- Put It Down. secret. more youthful appearance Contrary ,to popular belIef. the white I ShId Help HIIt.I .
decide whether I I man of todaY' has a lower death rate.j admitted:
: them.Sometime is sometimes easier to underrate bla county voters to 'A party over In the eastern part of Nothing, else as one more rapidly j "Yes." young Sir. Tto-nid
"Court of Record. a higher average lengtof life Is tanj e
; ago the Montgomery Ad- a: man than'to understand him. they shall have a the state reports the capture of nearly than monotony dead level existence j Tve always been bashful amo!;;
The bare cost, of living has gone up thirty black bass "weighting from without j er, heavier and, stronger than any of "
"vertlser had the colossal to and change of scene or experience girls.
Y nerve enormously In recent years apparently All his predecessors or any known race of 1sked '
The black
trouble_with the ladder of fameis ften to twenty pounds. The I should you ber
mind "But
must be kept fresh it will why
the right up-not
moral of class to or
: deny any that some of the rounds are too will continue go bass weghing as much as and over savages. Almost any company of
to organize themselves together for far apart. -. counting in luxuries-and on ,the other fifteen pounds should be canrfully age and the body cannot be younger j American and English soldiers will Miss Tern encouragingly." -
,talent Is in de than;the mind. f "I can't help myself.
legal
purely political'purposes. hand. good weighed, attested, affidavited and; I contain men who can outrun, outwres- i' exclaimed prs'a
Candor is often iiothlng If the state of Florida wantsto below fifteen Few 'minds are strong enough t9 Gracious!r she
: That ,is a fair statement of the more than mand. placed on record. A trifle tie and outswim the best athletes of don't help TOW
the disguise assumed by meanness keep such on her supreme bench pounds Is the record of size for overcome the aging Influence of the native tribe.- I up her flps If you at1r
case, and npon that ground we cheer. when In good society. she must past for It-Jacksonville this section, and we take no beating monotonous ,life which roles In the I any Success lagulne. 1 self how can you expect to get

fully challenge our undemocratic contemporary Times-Union.

to all the controversy it The .people who most need philos- -- -
ophy in this world are generally those Death of a Pioneer Cltlzen.-

.. wants. who never have any. Major Robt. Gamble died at the
(We take the ground that this is a home of his daughter yes: Howard

government of majorities and that Every lane may have a turning, but Gamble, at Tallahassee. Wednesday

the, vast majority of our people are it'sometimes turns the wrong way all night )[aJ. Gamble was a memberof You Look Prematurely OBocauao

farmers and wage-earners. the_same., He the was distinguished the oldest resident Gamble of family.Leon

If these people-If this majority is The art of holding one's tongue deserves county, being ninety-three years of

to govern-for whom should they to be numbered among the fine age. He came to' Florida from Virginia -

) I'OTC1I., themselves or the minority artat in 1827 and h _redded In the of those uly! rtaly. gray hair*. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR' RESTORER. Price. l.OO. retail.



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JOHNSON & SON NEW BRENT BUILDING, 911 PALAFOX STREET WM. JOHNSON & SON 1 i l.i I;; :



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OPENING SALE-. SEASON 1906-7 '-f',t ).f I '\; .


NEW COATS, SKIRTS and SHIRT WAISTS FASHIONABLE WASH FABRICS FOR ,,| ; 1 ::1 l,


FOR WOMEN.We Tomorrow the annual of Pensacola's' Store EARLY FALL WEAR.
en J( occurs opening Big consistingof J. .h. ;;il


:.; are inclined to believe that you will find Silks, Wool Dress Goods Ready-to-Wear Goods of all ,kinds, and many They include all the new weaves and colorings ,-i; fJ'

; this collection of garments interesting; first, be- other lines. It is a genuine pleasure to glance over the list of Rare Nowties !- out this' season, and for style and quality i b '

;, cause the styles iare right and second, because they can't be beat., i -' !
and know that lastone Pensacolo has the assemble rf"
{ to at store to "
the pricey are, so, very modest.. For ready- ? courage Ombre Effects Crepelisse :J
Henley Serge ,
i to-Wear clothing of all kinds come to the Rig collection of More Novelties and Styles than you usually find i in a City Drap de Pampass, Pawnee Madras, Minerva, : : tt I:1.; .

Store. Touring Coats, Cravenette Coats, Mannish Percales, Plaid of Pensacola's-size. We cordially iiivite you to'come. Come with the assurance : :
| Coats, Military Coats, .and Tailored Suits; them before you leave the' store. New designsin :; -:

"J: they comprise"all of the new things just out. that it will not necessitate your buying unless the. many beautiful Flannelettes and Outing,Flannels.. I 'x I'J. '


things we show you should tempt you to do so. t I


WE SELL "MORE: BROADCLOTH THAN --- THE NEW FASHIONABLE DRESS FABRICS !,'. ;;' "
NEW SILKS. FANCY GOODS

ALL THE OTHER STORES PUT. .* I FOR EARLY FALL AND ', t' ,' .

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know that Silks are to have a great run this season, at one-third to one-half ,less than you ; !, "s '

Why?. Because we are in a position to sell season. We have one of the most carefully would pay elsewhere.Sterling < The indications of the season, point to strictly .-

} cheaper. The kind we sell for $1.00 others, must I fancy tailor Suitings;wide over Plaids, broken '
f selected stocks in 'the city to select from, and no Silver Shirt Waist Sets, Collar

m get $1.25, and the kind we sell for $1.50 others f and decided stripes in fine worsted effects, are in t

edce matter'what you see elsewhere, rest assured Supporters, Belt Buckles, Ornamental Back
y must get $1.75. The favorite weave for this sea- highest favor; complete assortments of the newest d.a

re son will be generally l light weight Chiffon finish. that we can show you better styles and at the Combs, Fancy Buttons, Shopping Bags, Opera creations at from 75c.to $1.50 the yard.Be .


&1 You will find our assortment the finest color same time save you money. Plaids, Checks Bags, extra fancy, Neckwear, Hose Supporters sure and see the' new Thelma Cloth, +. ,t
atIg L
r range possible. The very latest Paris and London and a, full line of both plain ;and fancy designsfor botlrplain and fancy, Hosiery, Corsets, Crepe' Egyptia Cloth, Crepe de Paris Cloth and l


aris shadings are included in the collection. I evening wear, from75c to $1.50 the yard. ,I and hundreds of others. Over-Shadowed Plaid Suiting. : .

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utan DR. DIAZ DISCUSSES I I e} AMUSEMENTS.. I Truth is Still Stranger Than "' f


agnr CUBAN CONDITIONS I i ila I y..v.v.vJj e E THE 3 G''sTOREl, I \1 : Ill 1tf _


tb Three attractions all more or less { t,
notable are offered here for this week. a a'c'B'oi i i ::11I
Wednesday night Florence Davis will I J

tout Tampa Physician Regards Annexation, to the Unitedas be day seen will be in given"The over Player to Maid Helen;"Bryonin Fri in low, solemn tone, : I ', "

'it "Sergeant Kitty," while on Saturday The shooting gallery man at Coney while the orchestra played slow music I Ii f
athe a Remote .Possibility-Americans Are Feared "The. Little Duchess" will be given Island was packing' to go South for ; i i ': j j
We have received
with Countess Olga Von Hatzfeldt in the winter. Two chairs were placed in the center -just

is. and Distrusted by the _Natives. the leading role."The "Do you. see' this glass ball!" he and rear of the stage and the a big shipment of the I
said. back waS
: : of the platform covered i i j .
Player Maid. It was a ball of hollow glass an with dark cloth. Three electric bulbsin ;
airy glass soap bubble, that had the wings above the chairs provided -
(Tampa Tribune.) in politics but quietly attends to its Considerable interest is centered in : Celebrated i I 'r.
syung all summer at the end of a the necessary: light. The archdeacon -
Dr. Maixmo M. Diaz, who has just own affairs. the forthcoming engagement of Flor thread in the foreground of the clay professed to be haunted by an evil I Hii
visit in Cuba Palma to :ence Davis, supported by Elliott Dexter I -
month's Blame.
returned from a People (
I pipes, bells aid whatnot that had spirit. Dr. :Monck spoke some reas- "DUlCHESS"Trousers
in "The Player Maid, owing to i
to The Palma administration Dr.
interesting things
has many
made up the 'gallery's targets. suring words, and then sitting in a'chair
the fact that Miss'Davis will present 1.1
report regarding the situation there Diaz says was largely to blame lor' a .1
ball went trance -
in "This glass the man on went.into a the archdeacon f
tnis excruciatingly funny comedy
and in an interview with a represen the revolution by its antiquated and All sum- l I JI
"is moneymaker. the other
my great occupying chair.
tative of the Tribune, detailed the unrepresentative policy, Under the this city with the same strong cast, : i
at considerable circumstances Dr. Diaz the magnificent costumes and elaborate mer long people tried to hit this ballIt 'Presently a little smoke appeared The Wip Atae S ; #
there ,
j (conditions W:1s says scenic effects that have been utilized was bigger and nearer than any issuing from Dr. Monck's side sad Wan ; ix
revolution the best the
that
length. thing only trousers with .
failed. I
i.. other target-and everybody gradually it increased in volume A i
since its initial
performance.The eo .r.
Much of Dr. Diaz's time-while in could have happened. Cn the other Thousands of bllets were fired at it: moment later the smoke dIed away, sta. .i!
itself has welldefinedplot ay the lOcts.
.
Cuba was spent in the country, some hand a peaceful settlement of the i, play a thousands pft nickels were spent on and to the left of' Dr. Monck a light i. guarantee- : !I I III
but. an exceptionally funny one. i
distance from 'Havana 'In the terri fficulty: could have 'been arranged '; Ludicrous'situations'follow each; otherin It; yet' hereof isr still untouched- was seen. This'Tight slowly changed a button-$1.00 a rip. j
tory controlled by the Insurgent had the government met the rapid succession fast in fact my best breadwinner. into the head and >houlders; of a wo II f ; !
forces. The reports published concerning gents half way. insur-I' that one. has not stopped laughing at "All wise shooting gallery men' man;, then her bust was outlined and They sLen4 tti n Pad tem -- i
the destruction of property Cubans 'are bitterly ,opposed a funny,incident when something else have a .glass ball like this. It m.ke& very soon her complete form was disclosed ut4 .n'ma. l'i.
Dr. Diaz says have been greatly ex nexation. They believe in Cuba for I far such a tempting target, yet it Is never finally, while the stage arch j}
that
occurs causes a roar greater 1
aggerated. In very few instancesthe the Cubans. They do not want their Is hit because: the deacon in amazement the
'' than the preceding one. In the secondact hit. It never gazed 1 '
insurgents burned crops or build- island bought UP by unlimited .Ameri! sufficient i. j't't'tf
of "The Player Maid" where Miss :air that proceeds a gun charge Is spirit tripped daintily IP the footlights
ings. The only things taken for their can capital, to be the footstool of
Davis tears up furniture brl own use were horses, which were trusts and monopolies. Cubans dis etc. In her attempt to horrify the the way; Yoa=mlght fire forever ani attractive young lady.
paid for by the inq urg nts. Dr. Diaz like and fear Americans, however hit It"-uf York Press. will fortwith call
Maskelyne
staid London nobility, she has givento no ew upon JOHNSON
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the rebellion could hardly M only from a commercial and business ,
says the stage one of the funniest scenesin Archdeacon Coney for $!M)00) and several f ;
called a revolution. It was simplya Standpoint j the history of the drama. London's $5,000 Spook. persons who saw to-day's per. 1
protest against an overconservative Dr. Diaz ls. positive that the. fear' to bo I.
t j' As an artist. Miss Davis has few What possibly may come formance tell me his claim is valid I ,
and unpresentative government that the Cuban situation will serlous-1; equals and unlike many others,, she known as the $5.000 spook was mater- and indisputable.-New York Times. N................................. .................. : _
of the island. It will be interestingto ly affect the cigar industry' in Tam 1 never stoops to buffoonery. Her lalized by J. N.,, Maskelyne whom 'f
know that only 10 per cent of the pa is groundless. i!knowledge of stage technique enables London has known and highly respe.:- Plays That Earn Millions. : 1 ;I t
revoluitnolsts were provided with Delayed One Week. I her to get ,real unadulterated fun out e1 for forty years as a conjurer an 1 "Good old 'Rip Van Winkle," said sion. Distressed by the loss of my Mr. Goodman proprietor of the J f :
/runs and ammunition the remainder The tobacco' crop was delayed only of the situations-fun that sparkles exposer of spiritualistic frauds. a, stage manager, "holds the record friend, I applied to the Dean of Westminster Standard Clothing Co.. rays that fifteen t .-
beping armed only ,with machetes.His one week and will probably be an :i and goes! with a vim and snap and MaskelyneV' performance 'was"response *.n !as a moneymaker.among modern and, finally to the police authorities replies were received up to 12:30 i ;> --,
Train Was Stopped.On unusually heavy one. This may also such opportunities she' has' to displayher to a challenge Issued last I plays. "Rip has earned down to date of Scotland Yard. I need yesterday. This shows that the public ; :.:
one occasion Dr. Diaz chancedto be said of the other crops. Even annexation talents. April by Archdeacon Colley who of. 'something over $5,000,000.<<: not say that I was met with sacerdotal Is Interested in The Journ'_ ads. ; ,
be on a train which was stopped Dr. Diaz thinks, would not Miss Davis is ably assisted by El-' fered to pay $iiOO, if Maskelyne would "When 'Ennlnle'# was first producedIn indifference on the one hand and ::
bv the Insurgent forces, but none of hurt Tampa In the least. The cigar liott Dexter and a capable company. produce by trickery any one of several :- London it was a total failure. But callous officialism on the other" Some Fine Mail Orders. k. 4
industry is here to stay the late 'Dr. M-mcfc Aronson saw the possibilities Yard the Hooton's Pharmacy recently advertised .
the passengers were molested: in the and the repu- Much can be said of MrDexter'who. things he and Rudolph Neither Scotland nor !
slightest! degree, and the insurgentstook tatfon of the Tampa-made Havana wins the approval of the.audience the 'witnessed in a spiritualistic seance of the pretty and graceful opera Dean of Westminster has any recollection in The Journal a free donation = i '
care to conduct themselves ina cigar is so great that it is enthroned moment he. steps upon the stage and twenty-nine years 'ago. Archdeacon He secured the American rights be of any such application as of ten storm views with ftery fifty-
not to excite the apprehen- in the hearts of the people with the every instant during the two hours Colley was convinced that the wonderful ; engaged Francis Wilson Marie Jansen Ross' being made New York Sun. cent purchase. He Is novt In receipt !
way proverbial "strength of Gibraltar." I and forty-five minutes of fun, he Is in things he and Dr. Mon U- saw and Pauline Hall for the leading of a number of mail order., some as .
Eton of
any.one. In some way or another the cause of were the work of spirits, and he did i I roles and he produced 'Erminie' su First Baptist Church. far as Springfield, TIL, Brooklyn, N, I 'J
Dr. Diaz also spent fifteen days Attention, C. K. of A. :merriment. no- consider that he was in anrdan- ; perbly. The result was that this Morning subject, "The Purpose In Y. and TUtsfield. I1L He has also
Havana, during which time he was Regular! meeting at 7 oclock tonight The comedy is in four acts, with get of losing his $5,000 when he is- opera which had been pronounced Praying for Spiritual Prosperity." quite a number of orders from an ': > ..{
enabled to meet many of the best +(All. members requested to attend .I scenes laid in and around the Drury sued his challenge. worthless was acted 4,800 times,and Evening subject, "The Sun of Right- rest Florida and south Alv 1
people on both sides. The Intelligent as business of Importance is to Lane Theatre London in the days of Maskleyne selected one of the earned 3000000. eousness." bama. It always pays to advertisein 1 J..
people there say that Cuba is now in ;3 b e transacted. Monthly dues have David Garrick.A things designated by the archdeacon, "Kate Claxton played The Two Or All are cordially Invited. The Journal 1
better condition since the United ben reduced to 25 cents. and undertook to fulfill all the conditions .. phans' 5300 times making $2,000,000 THOS. M. CALLAWAY, I II
States has taken a hand there than it THOS. JOHNSON R MOTTA Marked Success. In respect to it set forth in the out of the play. Pastor. '

has been since the United States local j Secretary. President The Charlotte, N., C., Observer has challenge. Hef appeared on the stars "Denman Thompson, when he wrote I ;
turned the Island over to the In the role of Dr. Monck and a colleague -" The Old Homestead,' little thought THE STORM. I CHIPLEY ; .
government ONE STORM VIEW GIVEN 'WITH the following" to say of "Sergeant Impersonated Archdeacon Col- that his wholesome drama would earn The only sin of the late severe
Kitty, which will be here next '
given
In the future. Dr. Dlaz thinks theiTovfernmettt EVERY 10c PURCHASE OR OVER. ley., They were dressed In chericalThe'Tlat $4,000000 in twelve years. Yet those storm left In the business portion of ."
# of the Island will be WEST FLORIDA .STEAM BAKERY.3t. Friday night: the authenticated figures. the city is the Clutter Music House,
"Miss Helen Byron who played the are I| Chipley, Fla, -Oct. 20.-The marriage ,
more satisfactory, as the liberal par. -- "De Koven's 'Robin Hood' and which Is still boarded PThe contractors I
part of Sergeant Kitty In the military of Miss Gussie Butler and Mr. t
ty will have a chance to control the Jon -'Silver King has each earned seem to be unable to get i '
policy of the nation. The Palma New Suits Filed. comic opera of that name last night, $3,000,000 and still bring in royalties men or material to finish the work. John D. Campbell was a pretty eventof {-
regime, he says was little better than The following new suits were filed I I is one of the most' charming little actresses I to their happy authors. When their front is completed the Thursday, the ceremony being per "-
in office who has appeared In Charlottethis Music House Intends placing formed at the residence of the bride'sbrother. 4:
the old Spanish rule. yesterday the of the clerk "Among recent successes the great. Clutter
season. She is a slight slip of a I I Mr.' W. O. Butler Jr. at 8:39 t.
think the number of .
Dr. Diaz does not that of the circuit court: est In Pinero's 'House In Order. This on sale a large sightly
Inland will ever be annexed to the W. E. Mason & Co. vs. the Saunders girl, winsome in every mood and hasa >- == play: was put on at the SL:: James The- damagd pianos at factory prices. o'clock. Rev. G. N. WInslett official >
clear, sweet voice which reachesto Inc. -
I'nited States. Mill Co., damages $1,000; Blount a:: ,) m ater last February, and ran steadily I :
all parts of the Bouse. A more Interested In The Journal's ad. Miss Butler Is a daughter of W. O.
I 0I Contrary to many stories told & Blount, attorneys for plaintiffs.Lee graceful and finished leading: jlady 3: through the summer. It earned at In yesterday's Journal the Standard Butler a lawyer of this place, and < ;
Dr. Diaz says that 61: its
around Tampa Daniel N. Y; 1100.000 and provincial
vs. fore- James
Guth the St.
jealousies were could hardly have been found'any C I Clothng! Co. ran an ad. without the is one of Chiplys most popular young _
racial differences and of revolu closure of mortgage; Blount & where. Miss Byron suits the play 1S:= and Americans runs are still firm's name, and In this ad. offered ladles. Mr. Campbell Is a prominent
the causes the from.-Mlnneapolis
not among Blount, attorneys for plaintiffs. to be beard
I. ranks suits her. Sergeant Kitty is nothing s 1n to give away one Royal Collar to every business man of Chlpley, being the "
denies that the :;
tion. He also Julia Bell vs. Moses Bell bill for more than a musical production. It m Journal person who would come In and senior member of the finn of Campbell '"},

cf made the up insurgent of negroes.army The were colored largely for divorce compl; Avery lntant.& Avery solicitors claims to be nothing, else and do.nothing -t Weird 'fate of Irving' Funeral. I say they recognized whose adit was. L. Dekle. 'IJ1

race In Cuba takes" very little part more than furnish three hours of tip If 'I' P ::a The weird' suggestion Is made by '"
There is thread of
rare enjoyment a :
0en -
a it plot is hot running to be considered.through the The play -but p c: Robert buried with Ross Sr that! Henry another Irving person In West-was
musicis
catchy, with Just enough of the enJ minster Abbey. Ross writes: .,c 1
SSTLam: : : ?
mt of acquaintance l
actor
make swing It and ring nash In one's of the head.military There to Is :t-: ::a I I Iwho t bore young the honored my named of Sid-

Are You Worried nothing tiring about the production '" dons was Invited to take part In the '.

i Every line sparkles. The songs are Irvin funeral connected services.by marr'age His stepfather with The forests and fields'are abundantly! supplied with vegetation of van- i

About the unhealthy rendition of your stomach Liver, new and fresh and the work of the was' actress. Miss Siddons, and OtIS kinds, not alone to beautify the land\ but to furnish the ingredients for
;- li-4-jk kidneysand BovesT..lf! so, yOu.r to remain gin matters chorus far above the average. The the' great proud of his physical resemblance making a remedy for every ill and ailment of mankind. Medicine made t
e besides there Is no need such a large houses at the performance I he was very
STOMACH ccoa tfon.! Just, set bottle, .of afternoon and last night were yesterday 1 Iron Brandare to her as shown in her from the roots herbs and barks, which nature has placed at the disposal of Vi i .J. .
Since the bur mineral mixtures and concootions : :
in do
Reynolds. better than
portrait by man, act every way strong
more than pleased with the play. If I II '
a : ial of Irving; he has never been seen the of the chemist's shop. Mineral medicines work dangerg:
products
L5 Hosteller's Sergeant: Kitty were to be repeated I noted for individuality and for
to-night the crowds would be equallyas tailor-made fit. The beer New though T saw him in the furneral cor- ously on the delicate parts of the system, especially the stomach and bowels
i
I York ttilors make these trouser teire. AH his fr'ends remember acurious chronic dyspepsia and often
large. I by eating out the lining membrane, producing
could make better ones for
No tailor exaltation' In his manner !
Stomach Bitters I II andI entirely ruining! _the health. S. S. S. enjoys the distinction of being the t,
before the ceremony, .
{ few days
"The Little Oneness. a It Is made entirely of gentle-
i on the market.
NIX.CLOTHIERS .
I WHITE & cannot belt thinking that. In a mo- only purely vegetable remedy t .t
t An important feature of the sezson : of enthusiasm! realizing that acting; healing purifying roots, herbs and barks possessing properties that
from your Its merit.druggist'It wUl to-day tone and, strengthen give It a and fair soothe chance the to I here is the appearance next Saturday: 29 South Palafox St ment that would be his only chance for build up and invigorate all) parts of the system, in addition to removing all .. F -
entire prove digestive;'system and make you strong and robust I lof the Countess Olga Von Hatzfeldt Sold in Pensacola by bural! in the Abbey, be took advantage impurities poisons from the blood. S. S. S.cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, ,}t
again. Our 53 year record of cures Is our.guarantee. ; In "The Little Duchess with Anna: of the' bowed and unobservant Scrofula: Sores and Ulcers Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison and all .:.
S Thus It prevents and cures Nausea, Biliousness Held's magnificent production Intact.. beads during the prayer cf commiU disorders of the blood by cleansing' the circulation of the cause, and it cures 'i
Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Costiveness .The original book by Harry B Smith MADS BT the pall Into safe for children and old people as ; r{
aI' Cramps Poor Appetite, Belching: Heart- tal and crept beneath safely as well as permanently. It is as -
1 'burn; Malartaf4 :ever, Colds and ChlUs. 'has been rewritten to suit the personality the great actor's tomb. I have been I for those in the prime or lif e.and is the one blood medicine that may be used :
i It is also a 'mfl .
females Try a Dottia'to-day. Avoid substituten. that will appeal to the'populaT. 17-19 Waverly Place, New York. I j tis sounds w re heard for some write. ljf SWIFT SPECIFIC Car ATLANTA.'GA.i. : -1f
taste have been.addea to Reginald days after this great .historical occa.l8. "
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f REAL ESTATE f 1-: ; << ([D. _
$J M 1

.' $500 : Homes I Safety I PANAMA CITY I


Desirable lot East CO'feet feet dee BUYS SIX' If
i on Hill.. front by 132i/i : I 1 should be the prize consideration la determining --
i iI surplus
where to invest your
.. .. $950 : I
:. Two cottages ot northwest corner of "0" and West Jackson streets I If I Immediate -' For :5an T1NIEM16NTHOUSIBS money. .

t ;
sale.
: .1 I Pensacola Real Estateoffers
1 i FLORIDA
; $1000 I i
.. : 1 $1200-5 rooms..East Strong' street. Good '. .
x : Deslrabie building tot on..North Hill. 75x150 feet. : for small family. a safe investment and at the same
; Investment that
time you will have. an
: $1500" $4750-Elegant 6-room modern'home on/ 'I will prove .

3 : Desirable cne-story cottage on East Cadsden. street splendid neighbor- : North HilL 'j ...... : :
hood. 92500-6 rooms. 1 block from Confederate,' 4'l. A Money Maker.

: ./ $1750 .+ /nonument; bath gas electric i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. R11WAYTERMINAl
/ I
.' : connection, etc. f on JUcanlz.and Eleventh or Examine what we have'to offer and be i

: Ten:.lots T on North. .Baylen. street. splendid Investment.' $4200-7 rooms. North Alcaniz, corber I Lee street thee and fsur convinced of the trust of this etat ment.

: .. : '.*$1800 Cervantes 90 feet front by 125 rooms and hall back and '
feet deep; gas, bath etc. | $5500 I ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :
: Two-story Dwelling containing' rooms, on North Davis street : front galleries; aU rented at I .
$3500-10 rooms East Gadsden. jear $1.50 each a week. Would .
: $3350 Methodist church; bath, gas and win buy a splendid.. modern two-story .. .
: : eve"thing'modern. -' cost more 'to build houses house of seven rooms, large hall and good. .
: : Six cottages on southeast comer of "A" and LaRua streets splendid renters
and presents a fine opportu- wide facing south and east; only
*. gallery Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill ma- :
Also nice four- ,
:. nity to someone with a one block from car line.

; $4000' : thousand dollars by buying roora roomThese cottage with twa reception dwellings hall occupy and chinery here., _Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :

Block No. 240. New City.tract. very desirable. on 16th Avenue, containing '+ FOR--RENT. bath
20 lots, each about 40x132/2 feet. them an together and selling six lots in New City tract:: The two- Wagon Wharf built Bank andStore buildings :
windo'lll'snnd
i $20.00-Six-room house bath gas etc.. them separately. story house has wire screens In

: .$4000 + 816 East La Kua street.; between.floors,There also double Is en floors the, property with paper a going up. .Atlanta l & St. Andrews ::Bay Ry. nearing :

: Desirable. lot on northeast comer of Garden and DeVillier street, enclosed ---- ; HURRY stock barn. and all necessary out-buld- the city. :
and has good stone walk, lot 120 feet on Garden by 139 feet on : : incs Was built for a home and is firsttfffiS : -

DeVilllerc. A genuine. bargain.HOOTON Two brick stores on Tarragona street. .. ,.. fin .every way. .
just south of Ramana. each 27x80feet,- '
,
:. WATSON : suitable for.warehouse or store purpose. -4, I $4250 i GET INO THE GROUND FLOOR j


will buy a 9-room, one-story home within :. .
: liTHE RENTAL AGENTS i -nejlock of our line. All modern con- .

Investments. .f .- I .. DAvlli.IiYER{ !! CO. veniences.: : Lot .120x150-; Jn good neighborhood : WriteorS
and a .]f Co 1 liome.!<< :
:
; Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i $3300.' -6 houses corner LaRua and
streets all new. renting. forM. g : $950
a year. Life Insurance Company. CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY
PANAMA
: i No- 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. : 1600-3 houses North .Hayne. renting 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., will buy a 5-roo-n house irt-,good condition -I THE i iI.

for $216 a year. Phone TOO. Pensacola. Fla. modem conveniences, No. 415 North .
............................................_...... $5250-8 houses. North Hayne, each 4 I G:1illeamrde.t I I.
rooms and hall renting for $672'a ..........................+........................:

year. ,.. 5LTh5 |L $1300'I I ..
$1500-Elegant building lot on North Ill!.
HELP WANTED. WANTED.THE 144x120.tSOOO :
I for two small houses on Salamanca street
-155 feet by 120 feet with 6 good month good Invest SOCIETIES.
renting for $1% per ; SECRET
? WANTED-Two traveling salesmen in Town of Marianna. Florida desires houses renting for $:lU a )'e3.1'. ment property. .. DIRECTORY
; Florida to sell fruit ciders and grocers' plans. specifications, accompanied by Oneblock from depot. f -
sundries. $%5 per week and expenses. bids for the erection In said town of a $5000-6 small houses, c:>rne' Wright and $500 PENSACOLA LODGE.: NO. 3. >
Experience unnecessary. California Cider high school building two stories. to cost Baylen. renting for J540. a :year. Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K.of 'P.
and Co. 114 Market St. ten thousand dollars complete. Will PROFESSIONAL.
Flavoring street. con- meets Monday evening at 7:30
every
Mo. It* sider bids on cement block, lime rock or See our list for other bargains. Lots 17 and 18,-block 113. New'CHy. o'clock at their temporary Castle hall

brick construction. "Right reserved to reject o,-er Pou's West Intendencia
St.
RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT stable
MEN-J31.CO monthly made passing bills, any and all plans and bids. AddressF. RETURNS MADE. $735 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. T. G. YATES, M. D.,
.
.
tacking signs etc. Life business. No O. MerriU, City Clerk Marianna. $6850 E. H. DENNARD. C ( .
canvassing. Continental DistributingSer- Florida. lt MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON H .
KORSLER.
K. of R. & s.
: .vice Chicago. IlL It* REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES.. For a 'ew 12-room two-story house, Lots l7 to 14, block 132, New City. Optician.

SERVANTS! SERVANTS! SERVANTS! wita all modern conveniences; the most KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. -', -
'
: WANTED-Good man in each county to WANT TO BUY HOME ON INVESTIN desIrable residence the East JIm -
on
Who wants them We are supplying on ; $1000 Meetings of the
-. represent and advertise Hardware department private families with Germans Swedes PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU high! point overlooking! the bay; 200 feet 4-1 p Knights of Columbus 308 Thiesen Building.

l.< put out samples. etc. Salary Polish Danes. Welch and Hungarian EITHER. 'rentingsouth on LaRua street between .57&97-a.3._, are held at their hall.
Lots 4. 5. 16. 17 and east 13 feet of 3 .
821.00 weekly. Expense money advanced. female cooks. nurses and chambermaids.For WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? ICth and 17th avenu No. 8 West Intenden-
l>ept A.. The Columbia House, Chicago. and 18, In block 232, New City.
For particulars etc., address with WE.CAN SEL LIT. : cia street On every 6ooooooooooooo oooooooooc
It. / I stamp. Florida Help Supply Co.. (Inc.) o' $4500- :Monday evening at 7:30:
I Jacksonville. Fla. 4 snds $1300All o'clock. .An .invlta-
WANTED-Woman to cook and do light Fire Insurance Placed in tion is extended to L C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M.

housework for family of three. Live on For new two-story, 8 room house with
I A."TED-Good room with bath attached of block 117,,East King tract, 'east visiting KnightsJOHN S
i place. Apply No. 9 W. DeSoto. Zloctlt First-Class Companies. two halls and two large galleries! ; an Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
B. JONES.
in first-class will
I neighborhood; arttstte, up-to-date home with all modern of Tarragona street. I
also take breakfast and if con- J. S. LEONARD Grand KnigbjL and SURGEON. 3
supper -
.
solicit ; :
1 REPRESENTATIVES wanted to improvements s'tuated. on car line, on
orders from saloons. druggists hotels venient. Address J. P. L.. P. O. Box ';;: till: point overlooking the bay at southwest Recorder.. OffIce and Residence, 12 N. Palsfox.
I and clubs for Woodland Whiskey adoptedby 671. octiWANTED corner of 16th avenue and Jackson:: Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. 3
DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
U. S. government for hospital pur I street. L S. Brown & Co. 65.
Naomi No. of Phone
Lodge. 10 'Daughters
poses. Easy seller. Commission or sal -To rent a six-room house in LESLIE E BROOKSReal Rebecca meets _. 0(
every Monday night at
:' ary. Write for territory prices. samples a desirable neighborhood, by a permanent 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. halL Visiting tWtWJJJJJW121kFrederick
etc. Woodland Distilling Co.. No. 16 tenant. Address Box 103. City. r "
Scott street Cov1n ton. Ky. gsunds ISoctlra.WANTED Money to loan at lowest market rate WE SELL LOTS." sisters cordially.Invited to be present Ausfeld. F. M. Blount
Estate of interest. MRS. J T PCLLIAM. N. G.
MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE. Sec. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
TWO travelling salesmen wanted in each Mortgages on real estate .In this city
-A six-room c ttage to rent; bought and sold. < Phone 918. Thiesen Building
state 835 week and
salary. expenses
per
and Ir.sursncs. Architects
willing to and to RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
pay J25 willing take AU of the Maxent Tract west of "'C"
experience
; unnecessary; samples
two lease. Address Box 84. Rathbone Lodge. No. 30. Knights of
City.
years'
free. Los Angeles Cider Co., New York. street now for sale. 312.314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses Bldg.Montgomery /..
ISoctlwWANTED Pythias meets Thursday night at
It. Phone ( 112 S. Palafox. every Pensacola Fla. Ala
462. Castle HalL Members of sister lodges
--
FOR SALE and visiting brethren
Office of Southern States Lumber Com -A lady of experience desires A cordially invitedto WM. A. BORMANS
attend. J. M
ROPER. C. C.
.: pany Pensacola, Florida, October 20, 1906. position as stenographer; Is accustomed ,
.
C. J. LEttEr K K. & sI'
Notice is hereby given that the annual to office woik. and; does neat, accurate Fisher Real Estate Agency BUILDING' !MATERIAL of all grades and Architect and Superintendent
meeting of the stockholders of the Southern work. Address' "E. L.,** General kinds going fast. Dressed lumber at M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
States Lumber Company will be held l Delivery. Evergreen Ala. lSoc lw.- THE siO1nHas "COLLECTION $13 ami up. Rouen at $10 and up. Phone I'I. third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 m. Office 305 Brent Building
OrIENTS A p.
at its office in the City of Pensacola, on your order to Joel Frater. 310 Baylen i iRaJTord HaU. No. 10, West Intendencia Pensacola FUu
the 14th day of November, A. D. 190, on WANTED-Second-hard roller-top desk; S E.CIA TV. street wharf who can fill your order at I street. A. G. FELL Pres. --
11 o'clock a. In. (Signed; ) F. F. Bingham, must be in good condition. Apply to S. once. ISoctlw 1 J. L. SWEENEY. 'Secy.t HICKS'CAPUDIHE
Secretary. oct21oaw2wWANTED Friedman.. ISoctlw. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St

k not affected the values:of Real .. A BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALEA PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. O. F.

7. -Cook and housekeeper. Address WANED-Sltuation! as yroeery sales- Estate in this city :$1.00. The build -- .-:-- -' .- comfortable onestorycottage with t Pensacola Lodge No.4. I. O. O. F.. t
P. O. Box 186. Brewton. Ala.20oct3t. man; twenty years' experience.. Address five rooms, southern exposure.ion electriccar meets every Thursday evening at 7.20
logs and wharves that were destroyed stre't.: UOO.OO.Hooton f3'fl L WMlCurrtUT CUltS
line East Jackson $
"Grocer,'* care JournaL ISoctlw FOR SALE. on at the new hall on Belmont and Baylenstreets.
I will be replaced by more substantial t & Watson, Leading Real Estate I Visiting brethren cordially Invited. HEADACHES7jkTWM
'V.-NTED-Engraver." clock and jewelry buildings. Pensacola has before it Agents. IToctSt I B. R. WITKOVSKY. N. 0I -
repairer with tools. State experience WANTED-AH kinds beer bottles. I pay
age and salary expected. The O. K. 15c dozen. I handle all leading brands the brightest fall of its future.. I have FOP.LEOnela1f interest In the O. FOR SALE-Lodging house corner of A. KERLE.: SecretaryW. Ittm Vp COLDS

Drug Store Florala, Ala.: 20oct I of nines, beers and whis'tlea.: and still made arrangements to take all the K. drug store. Floral:!. -Ala. Purchasermust Falafox and. Main streets. known as I O. w. IB Ct. It Hoars
manufacture that well-established oougamedicine. be competent to manage business. Dunn's Lodging House. An established I Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W.. MMk.** JtlvSore
Ar-.nrED-Neat white girl to do office Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand property offered below its market Clean stock; cash tradf. 1L H. Mc- business; verything complete; a good meets in Pythian hall the 1st and 3rd t

: work. Apply; room No.1, Masonic Government Sts. Hoot value. If you are afraid of Pensacola Dougald. Proprietor.. 20oct Investment for the right man. H.. Muller Wednesdays in each month. Visiting
Real Estate it to I will 400 S. Palafox. Ifioct :Sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
Temple. li'octWANTED :: bring me, buyit
ONE Kranich & Bach ,Piano aa! :frnod as A. BOGH1CH C. C. I
SMALL HOUSE or cottage, by reliable from you.Some at a bargain. I Subscribe for The Journal
new Apply to W., .at LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
A cook. For call FOR SALE-Two
tenants.
particulars, Address 222 West Cervantes White's Pharmacy ,10S South large refrigerators. Apply -
at 14 East Government street Coet2w street. Soct In These.A .. Palafox to The Lewis Bear Co. Soct ------- -
Money street. 19oct3t

WANTED-Carpenters wanted. Apply I WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old quarter block (5 lots) cpri 12th FOR SALE-One-horse wagon and har FOR SALE Boat suitable for freight I
Gouldlng Fertilizer Company. 14oct I I hats made new. Cleaning. pressing street and 18th avenue overlookingthe ness. :Apply to <02 North 9th! Avenue. passengers or towing. Length 66 feet
beam 18 feet. draught 4 feet. tonnage 2"9 I LOUISVILLE &
and blocking. Satisfaction 19oct3t NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.Through
-. WANTED-Good boy strong and steady. j Panamas. lOc; Straws 25c;guaranteed.Felt 35c Bayou. one of the highest pointsin : tons. net. Power two 25 horse-power .

to work In press room. Apply Journal Derbys. 25c- Victor Louis 1JO E. Inten-; New City two blocks from car line, PANAMA CANAL EDITION t-f The Murray & Tregurtha gas engine Lauch- and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
room after 8 m. ed December. 1305. Will deliver
press :
p I
dencia any-
street. All
come "in. 6octlm very cheap at $1100. Journal magnificently illustrated
where instate
for $5,500. J. M. Rowley.
300 feet magaZine containing scores: of views of READ D WN READ UP
WANTED-First-class carriage black- A block front on Bayou West Palmbeach. Fla. 7oct2wSECONDHAND
WA."TED-AU owners or poultry to the city and harbor. For sale it all Trains Moe Trains Nos.
smith and woodworker. Good
-, position know that we are agents for the celebrated Texar. Beautiful shade trees waln'ttouched book stores or at The ourn&l 2 4 3 1
for John G. Welsh. I
right Address SAFE for
man. ol1ilsrJ sale used
Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guar- by the water and not a singletree : mail. 20 cents. iiO5pmi1i5am! ..........._ ....
Carriage_! Works: Pensacola._Fla.. _.bet anteed to coolera only one year. Address P. O. Box oU%. -- .................. 6Ouam 4-dopo
-- kill flea,cure rupe cape and to blown down. One of the prettIest W. S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencia. ?oct 6hOaml: COpm:! Ar.I nt .................. 1:35pm\11lsn
WANTED competent nurse. 701 North lice and mites. Also their FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam 11:4aam ............
sites for residence and 1:10pm .... : ................ 4:20pm 8:3ar:
Palafox- St. 7oct I wonderful Co. Phone egg No.producer.334. F. S. :Mellen & a the salstlnthe engine :steam drying room. moulds FOR SALE or exchange for unimproved 1:25pm 3:17am ................. ........ ...... .... 8:41am 2m.-:: '

-WANTED-At once. white nurse for chil- ISapr. city of Pensacola.. $5.000.. business and everything together complete with the for finest carrying bed on of land in county. Fay-Sholes ""No 7 type- 8:00pm: 3.37am Lv.................. ashviIle.; ................ .Ar '. $:iam Lola

dren. Apply 127 West Gregory.; .Sept 26. Ar."TED-At C'OttageMust_ once be.close a four in or and five-room in good Wanted.A pottery right clay in in the Escambia city. Apply county.to or' Located address Writer.and practically complete new amateur; 4x$ photographic Premo camera 1:23am; B=\ f;:::::::..:::::.f:::. Ianj; :::::::_.:::::::::::t: ,I 3:09am S:4epm; 3ZOpa7:40am $:SOp

WANTED-At on<'e. several carrier neighborhood. Address 123. Care JournaL house in good .neighborhood and R. P. Reese- ISseptf outfit worth $40. Address -Exchange." 'l&o ml 3:27am Lv...............-...Nash Ule..r 3:27am:1;..
: boys. Apply at this office. 25sept Box 3. city. 21octU 2:10am. 8:30am Ar..Louisville........_........ .Lv : \ 9:3f'
I I near business district, for about FOR SALE-Nice home, good location for 7:7Oarnfl-OOn'nI ..... ............... ... ... .. ........ .t.v 1:4Sam lll.OOpm C:.-. .
TWO FINE YOUNG HEIFERS for
sale.
TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. 3000. chicken farm. Enquire Cnas.
BOARD AND Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired -I I 1312 West Jackson St. Lorange 10octl6t Call at the Clutter Music House for.information BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOSILE! AND NEW ORLEANS.
ROOMS.nt.1 I on short notice. No. 11% West List your property'with.. me for sale regarding them. 21octlw

Government Sf.. Pensacola. Fla. FOR.SALE-Good mowing machine. 5 6&1 2&3- j&1 S&Z i&4 It'
: NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for I t out; one ten ft. self dump all $ ft.1.FOR SALE"-Six-room cottage on "Bayou 7:00am ilOlpm;; 11:53am:> Lv.::::::::.Pensacola..Ar s.ooam4:00pn' ;''11

with or without board. Table board. WANTED P. Bingham wants your hay rake; one 2-section !all steel I Grande. near. government bridge 10:43am:> 2:53am fUpm: ............ .._........ 1:40am\U$9am ', ."
moving and hauling. He J. W. Bullock Jr.Real (reservation side) Splendid view of bay 6OOpm 1tfiam ; .. ..... .
Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. breakage. Phone 630. guaranteesall two hot blast 'heating stoves burn coalor and city; about two acres inclosed with 5:15pm Ar. NewOrleans. .. .. .. .Lv 8liprnt. .... .. .1'1FLOMATON'

Zloctlm wood; one tank force pump.. capacity wire fence; stables for horse and cows; a
j 1 bbl per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; workshop and chicken'nouses; good place PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE
"TED-Carrlagf'8 Estate and
repaired and Loans
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. 301 repainted Mortgage
W. Chase street. Apply 21oct ;' to horse one twenty-Inch foot power tinner's for boat; fine bathing and fishing; about 21 I 5 ,) 1 I J 3 do not stop at stations I Z 4 l' J
shoeing a : tJtt.r.. G.O\rh\: ; Cai- Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine twenty minutes walk to dummy station; DaIlyIDaiIyDaulyJDally! where no time Is shown ,Dally' Daily'DaI' : ._" .,.:,

TWO nicely furnished front rooms for riage Co. double barrel bammerless shot gun; Marlir. should be seen to be appreciated. Cheap ...... 4:53 %:311 .50 .......... ........... J:45 1:25 8 : -
gentlemen; privilege of bath and phone; Box 173. Phone 637 repeating rifle : - convenient to East Hill car line; fine lo- WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. shar. Bluff Springs Fla. 26 Sept 1m wagon, harness and gentleman's saddle. ...... S:07 2:41 .3:05.. ..........Bluff Springs .......... ..1:33 IJ5 8' ...
cation. Address "Landlord." care The wants your movir'_? and hauling. All about two Jersey 80 cows hens.one calf (male), and ...... 5112i1; :3:20..MeDavid. ............ I'l:22' 1:0 S .....
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Journal ISoctlw* breakage guarantees. T. B. Therein. %5c PURCHASES the receipt for the finest young Apply toV. E. ...... 5.30 3.04 3.3&! .........Pine Barren........... ..IZ:0 12:2.' ....
; Proprietor. Phona 978. MISCELLANEOUSTREESShade. of cosmetics. Box .336, City. White, Warrington Fla.. Box 13.lt' ...... .5:39 ';13 .3,001 I _..............Mollno ......._...... -1iStf U:43if; -....
TWO connecting rooms furnished suitable %3A l1 O' I ...... 5:43.-..4:0 ........... ............ ..11il.JZ:11..7: \. -'j ....
t for light housekeeping; excellent neighborhood WANTED! kinds;: of electrical work. ...... -fi3:6 ':11 11111 .......... .'lj44 .1:2lI.i ..
near business district. Apply I sell all kinds of electrical batteries ornamental or fruit FOR SALE-A barroom "and all fixtures; LOST. .....- ..5:51 394:1& ..........Cantonement.......... -.Jl:40 12:26' 7:1:1 ."...
When trees of all kinds; also hedge plants poM and billiard tables. etc. In a fine ...... ':01 .3:34 .... .
phone 663. ISoctlw and other electrical supplies. you .43 .....Gonulez.:..... -.... .11:35.1:21 .7t. ....
need me ring 345 or* 955. E. W. Peaks furnished and planted by 'S. D. Jackson local vnAt a bargain if sold at once. LOST*-One white and dark brown spot- ...... ..6:033Z6 -4:25. ..............Roberts............. .11:33j.lI' .7.4 ..'.
; KOOMS AND BOARD for $3.50 per week. New Star Laundry,Bid?, U. Garden. on terms to suit' customers. Best refer-- I Address box 103. City. Sisept ted pointer dog; answers to name of ...... ':15 *3:45 ..4:40 ..............Ollve.............. ..11.1:091.7' : I I:21 ".
Mrs. ences. Address S. D. Jackson City. Finder ...... -' .-3:514:48,..... ..... '
i Good eating. Apply Laura Gomez, 'Bruce. return to T. E. John- .< .Brent...._.. .11.15/.1:04/ .7 ".' .. ...
WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions -I 14octlm I FOR SALE-Four good schooners, suit Bass & ...... 6:25 .354 ._.. .. r..w.. ; _
,200 West Romana. 17oct2w son. at : Co.'s and receive re : ; 4:611; .... Goulding ......:..... *Ul .U: f,',
( of I able for lake. sound and river. Ad- !!
If out town
wanted. ship 6.3"
ward. oct20tf 5.00 Ar.. ... .... .. ..
Pensacola.i 11(1.! l1rcNo.21k '
ROOMS FOR RENT with privilege of them to us: if In town. ring ua up at No !I WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare dress }I. care Journal. 21augFOR '
light housekeeping; use of bath and S34 or bring them te us at corner of 1 now in our new quarters, 214 East LOST-Between Stoddart's avenue and i I :\0. ..:
phone: on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson Chase. and Alcaniz Pt,. F. S. Mellen & I Intendencla and prepared to do everything : SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture Turner's mill pond. a red blanket with I .. _.___ U __ __ 1- I A !!.

or phone 1457. lloctlm ,Co. 28n ly I In wagon and carriage building and business at 13& E. Intendencia St. black stripes!! and letter "P" worked in 6: r.. fTi Lv..........PenIla.COla..Ar I ..... .!. . 11 i ,

repairing. E. L. Herring. City. 14oct Address Box 325 City. oct corner. Please return to office No. 10 6:201..i... : -...........Bohemia............ f..I./ .....;. . .. '
FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms. -1 Salisbury building. or 1218 East 13th S 5:221...... : Point........... l'10:33... .. ..:... .. .: .
; : Call or address J. A. Billl sleY. 14 E. MONEY TO LOAN. 1i MUSIC Brent-Building.Miss Cawthon's Voice and piano.Studio.Special SS6 AUTOMOBILE and in good condition.or trade will; sell nearlynew or .street. 20oct4t S S : ...... .. ............!nlestra............ -(...... ............ ..,
Government street. 1$oct:"" 5:291...... : ..........!.E cambia............ ...... ....
attention given to correct breathing and trade for a good horse. Address J. C. l'lOIS.. "
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boat .. .
LOSTShlp marked .
: "Noach VT .Mulat. .......... '
: FIRST-CLASS. rooms and tioard.by day HAVE YOU IDLE MONET In the banks! placement. Miss Beatrice White takes Brashears, Milton Fla. Coctlm of Kungsbacka, In stern; lost, .
was

week or month at 22 East Garden.lSocU'w possible I can get security.you 8 Leslie per cent E. on Brooks the,best 112 dramatic pupils in art.primary Phone piano 1284 elocution Miss Caw-and'' FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling October.alongside- 1906.my ship Reward Saturday for return night,to from 13th B S 5:40'.S.. :: ...... 1i........... mHi\\. i) !

thon 810 Miss White, 14oct excellent location near ire factory; ----------- ]
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PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE South Palafox. octJO Andersen Master Swed. bark 'Noach"VL" .
to ......... ..
board on North Hill, second door from TARRANCE & ADAIR. Livery De- good trade terms large at Marianna.lot. good water Fla. Address reasonable 16octLOST S ...... .. 8:15: ... ...Holts...__......... .....-...... ...... t :
car line. For particulars address No. 8 WE have a few thousand dollars whichwe Funlak; single or double teams.niht W. E. Taylor. Chipley. Fla. lOoctlm ............ : ..lUl1igan............. ':1%....... ...... .
7:03.
; East_Strong._ _locUm can place on good security af 7 and or day; new rigs good service politedrl'ers. -Brown Cellar Fur. Lost on ....... .. 1:38 .........:..Crestview............ ,:o ......-..... .: ':

TWO for rent FURNISHED for' light housekeeping.or unfurnished Phone rooms 8 Leading per cent.Real Consult Estate Hooton and',&Insurance Watson, .. Give us .a trial bone Coctlm 59. 'i'FOR& Sons'SALE piano CHEAP-Almost in handsome new rosewoodcase. Mshlen and Tarragona Wright street.streets.between Reward 32 E.for Gregory return : ::g;..:::::: :::::: : 1:10;: ;::::::::::iiossyhead.Land..I.::::.::.: -8:33: ::::::..::::::.: ,

3. 204 H South Pain.j Agents. IToctat A bargain. Piano can be seen to 32 E. Gregory street. ICoctlwI ., ':35. ........DeFuniak.t3prings....... 8:1 )............. '
room .
; fox.1102 or apply lloct- DRAWINGS all kinds; HulL Engine. by calling at the Kandv Kitchen Soct. 8:09..I. ,:!!. .............Argyle...... :...... ... 7:44l.......,....... h ,,
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.j MONEY WANED on real estate and Patent Office. machine and misc. made I 937 ........;.,Ppoce. DtoLecn......... 7:21(. .. ....., .;
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FOR RENT-Room* cheap; real. newly personal property on short notice. at reasonable rates. Patentable idea developed. -I FOR SALE-Fin well grown Barred BARBER SHOPS. .. : ............ -estville............ 7:. ......I. ... : :

'. clean furnished rooms suitab'e! for Terms Palafox easy.St. Phone J. W. 1144.Bullard 2314 South Sail boats launches. AddressW. hatches.Rock Jl.OO Cockerels.to 2.00 March ier.s. and.last year's April I l:; !::::::.:::: :. ::iS. : :::::: e. 3:J:. J... ... .,
light housekeeping on the hilL Location C. McGowan. Pensacola. Fla, Sseptlm '; .-_ ; ; ;;::..lionifay:::::::::::. 6:5d.::::: ..::

-. high and healthy. Close to car line. I I breeders, $1.00 each. Mrs. Lizzie B.T MILT0N-Wen visiting hero have your 10:45..102. ............. >Pler............. 6.31...... .... ,
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314.E.: I CAN LEND TOUR MONET at eight MATTRESSES RENOVATED New tick T Hughes Chipley. Fia. %.FePttm.j I tonsorial work done by Ira llims. \IU- .o.;.,; ..Atcock.... .... .6Iil.......(...... .
: Strong. Phone 1213._IPaug per cent. If you have any that.you furnished If desired. Guaranteed. ; FOR SALE-10,000 cr sro nd timber ., Ing street opposite jail. Clothes and .. ...........COttondale........... 6:151..... ..... -'.
want Interest on. ,see me about It. It Carpet taken up and matting: laid. Leave land. 12.500: saw mill Umber and saw hats 1anervand Palrei Convenient .. -.lfariar.&a............ 5:00 ......1...... ,
FoR RE."T-One cr two newly furnished will be absolutely! safe on real estate orders at Watson. Parker & Reese Cos.sept mill. Si-room hotel at a bargain. Several to 63. _. &auJ ..............C-pr..IIA............. ... shst............ .
Leslie E. .
front rooms; southern exposure;" witn security. Brooks. Phone 462.MONET ?. good farms and town properties. .11:23..10:53,. .. .. ..... Grand'Rldge.......... 5:321.... ..,,. ... .
k: privilege of phone No. 1358. Location fl.t5RTER, sailmaker. 718 South Write Gentry &: Setterllnd. Cnipiey. Fla. I ...;. I- 5:211......I.. .... I',
desirable and near business center. 422 TO from LOAN-Everybody Jno. A. Hall borrows J.Palafox street. Orders taken f&r>> tents.. 22'ept I FOR RENT. ...,..-.Sneada---------------. 5:1 ..... .... :
money & Co. -
W. Greeorv. 2isejtimEDUCATIONAL. 14V i -- .... .j.... .
B. Government tit When In need cal awnings camp stools and turns .!cots f : Ar .Jackson\'llIt.... Lv i I lM- ..... }I
r Ait I Pit
Onus. etc. Prices reasonable. 31.jangjgn' FOR RE -Two, desirable I I -__
Miscellaneous., j r trany located; convenient rooms to business, ten- Trains :1 and 22 and trains I and : carry through sleeping car betceen f"cola :;....
MONET LOANED" on an kinds of perS.nal CjLt.NDLERSMciCinzleOerthlg sectIOn; hotel and first-class: boarding ; and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
& Co.. .wholesale and retail ship chandlers .
house -
property on short notice. Terms FURNITUREMattresses ; southern exposure.
MATTRESSES AND Reasonable
J. B. Gray & Co. 2 W. and grocers. Only first-class houseof rates; modern I Trains stop on sI, naL
Romana. old conveniences.
MRS. lOLA BARTON MASON will open easy. kind in city. Fair prices to all. made to order; ones References
I a school of Shorthand and-Typewriting. Phone 1165. if eb renovated. New ticks furnished. Second exchanged. 302 North Spring'street.. I
October 18. Apply either at 314 S. Al- I CARRIAGES repaired air* repainted. hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering -; 2ioctiot --------
$ caniz or Typewriter Exchange 313 i{ UNLIMITED amount of money to loan built to order. Horse and repairing done. 114 B.Belmont I
Urent building. :2octlm i I on all kinds of personal property. Special Floats specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage shoeinga Com St.. city. Phone 111. Darts FOR RENT-Some nice scores on East FOUNDFOt.I."DA : Business Opportunities.IF .
rates to business men on large Mfg. Co.. C. T. Daris ;Mgr. I Government street; cheap rent. The \ -
.. JJISS GEORGIA"'SENMBA. graduate of loans. The New York Loan Co. 204V pany. 27febMILTOJTUPHOLSTEMNOr I I Fisher Beat Estate Agency. ljuly
: Knox College Illinois and Ferris South Palafox.THOS SHOP: -Willie H. ALFMAN-1'Jn.- Copper and Sheet bunch of keys on postofflcetops earning less than I"-i w'eU,
i Kindergarten Collese Miclw will open Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights j i FOR RENT-A.-R. Bingham has storage you are how to ,*'>" -
a Kind ll arl..eJ. and Primary School October PEBLET Real Estate and Loans of aU kinds, carpets laid furniture a specialty; roofing, t trlr'h and j I : room fur rent suitable for -furniture' Sunday, October 14. Owner canget we will show you of ability as sal'3need --
1, at her home. 812 12th"street i UpUlrs corner Palafox and Romana packed for itiippng. Phone. 6:. repairing. 315 South Palafox 1 I or-ether goods. 101 and 106 South Tar- same by proving property; and paying Income; only W.men J. MiBer Mgr. L*" iter -"
month I Sts. Useptlm Next to Tampa landing. 22 prU ISIS iluneim I street Phone apply.
Terms 13.00 per Jaseplm Jragooa: Ut" for this -* ,.Z'- 19oct .. Pa. "

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't WHEN YOU BUY : YOUR CLOTHES C S THlf-FAiL : : -- f\4\ i I I i '






'z;, q'Youtre going to take your choice between "Mercerized Cotton' and AI -W 001 Fabrics. You'll =}x !;


2 find either one easy to get if you go to the right place for it If you choose the "MercerizedCotton"clothes J; j." t


it will be, either because you don't know what they are, or because you "think they'll do/' ., : ::, i!

"r /1 U and you may save a dollar or so. But-in either case you'll be .the loser "Mercerized-Cotton" goods '


.. [ 14 don't wear the money's worth ; doa't keep shape, nor look right after a few weeks. If you choose. ,; : {I'fr ,


..2 i Hart, Schaffner &; Mart's All-Wool, you'll have to come, to us for it You'll find here the highest ,

? of clothing style hand-tailoring perfect fit and absolutely all wool with of 1".rtype "
2A h --- no signs a cotton ))1 1

:. \ thread. It pays to make and sell and wear such clothes ;; pays, the wearer most of all.: :.' .


r 7H (Cravenettes are the proper things to buy because they will protect your clothing in bad weather. //fj : l .
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rF, ,; They are guaranteed wind and water.:proof. They keep; you. dry and! warm. They are not too ,$ .

2 heavy to wear around all day either, and they always look well. They are just the thing to wear = F'i1, :

0 : \\i ii around the streets while attending to business and very stylish on Sundays. They range in price I' ii ,

4 i ; at this store from 10.00 to 2500. "1
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H.n&Aaffna'EMars Your Money's Worth Or Your Money Back. Copyright' 1906 br
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1 1i I SCARRITT MORENO, ,
MARKEtREPORT 'SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
SHIPPINC- NEWS
Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co. J;
"U.. ;U RS t:STILLs Office and Salesroom Canton, Ohio: E. Gov. St. APALACHICOLA, FLA. I

-- We the Needsof :
TUI\PEtl1J P. NO REPORT RECEIVED. i Hiooftcturen of Study j
613 I Just Received. Arrived Yesterday.Cluden
Owing to failure of the Western Union
wires the, usual daily market report of i Imported ;)Macaroni Sweet Oil Cheeses, Br. ss, Wilcox, 2036. Montevideo Cypress .Shingles.
\Mtcher Zemurray & Co. was not re- Dill Pickles, Sauer Kraut, Mackerel CodFish to J. A. Merritt &; Co.
ceived. Bread. ,Pizs French Feet Jsavy, Spanish Bread.Onions Everything, Pilot Magna Nor bk Stoesen 1091 Fleetwood %" T 4" x 18" Business Men ;
NAVAL STORES. fresh and new.. to order. "
5" 18"
% X X J Jand .If
Savannah. Ga., Oct. 20.-The naval Witch Hazel. $1.00 per gallon. Cleared. .
stores market closed today as follows: Marine Grocery Company.V. Cluden Br ss, \vilcox:, 2036, by J. A. Cypress Tanks of all Descriptions .

WW ..................................6.00 J. VIDAL Manager. Merritt & Co., for New Orleans in mite for Catalogue and Price List
\Va ..... ... ....................1.80 ballast
N ...".......".....".........:.......;....5.20 I aim to supply the most valuable J +I
M ..............'....;.........485
K ................................;..to...490...0 MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY I Steamships.' banking service to our That iswhy i; t+
I ............................tZi% to 440 BY LIFE ASSURANCE : Acacia, Br ss, Thomas 1848, Buenos patrons. -
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H ...................:................435; incomes are maintained mortgages Ayres to Gulf' Transit Co. The First National Bank is gaining ,
Florida and Alabama G ..............................4.25 to 4.30 :
F .........:...................420 to 425 protected, debts secured undeve'poedenterprises Alicia, Br ss, Ingram; 1316 Ham- TRAINS Will DE each day in strength and :
E.........'..................410 to 4.12H guarded business rendered burg to John A. Merritt & Co. efficIency:1\i
LAND COMPANYManufacturers D >..;;........:........................4.10 sale investments given permanent August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke We extend every courtesy known to ;
C .:.........................400 to 4.05 value and capital! preserved. A poLcy. 2M7 Newcastle on Tyne to Gulf safe .,- It ,
of Spirits Turpentine 66y4 cents. sin THE EQUITABLE does all this. Transit Co.Axminister. banking. ;F .
and Dealers in New York Cotton Market. and more-provides for the family after Br ss, Spink 1231.-Ha RUNNING BYTHURSDAY ; '-. it '
t.I your death. Send us jour name.
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES vana to master.! :
AND KILN.DRIED SAP.COFFEE. ............10 High..S3: 10.64 Low. Close.January 10.81 age and address.KNOWLES Benedict Br ss, Roberts 1758, 1 a?
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March .11.00 1084 10.91
,----- May ...............1108 10.So 10.05 BROS.. Insurance Kingston to S. P. Shotter Co.
October ............10.73 10.65 10.75Decenoer I Degama, Br ss, Keene %2245 New I
'.10.16 1052 1073 i I Orleans to A. A. Brown &; Co. T
Liverpool I'Spots i 6.13. i.1 TSXNTnult: ..> f
W"otl..r4 E. Saltmarsh: Br ss, Rogers FIRSTF !
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*ers morpklaa BANK'I
New York Stock Market. opium' laudanum- 2319, Tampa to Golf Transit Co. I
Close n elixtroloplulIIo. Euterpe. Br ss, Wale 2298, Las I
.fi Southern Pacific ......:............. !SO1!* ,,cslneo:*klskera Palmes to Gulf Transit Co. PENSACOLA. f
We are the PionaetCoffee Copper s .:::::::::::::::::::.::::::::132, Ills ODf I U M large book of pwItlcultrsoahomeor: Ida, Aust ss, Hreglich, 2093, New Over Line Between This ;f
A. R. of
4 Designated Depositary the United States
Roasters of A. R. ................................1:1;; sanatorium treat Orleans to Gulf Transit CaIrene I
I ? menLAdares.Dr. Aust as. Cerellcli 2314 New : h.W. h.I
AND
I West Florida. 7isB.0..116! & M VOOLL1X, Orleans to Gulf Transit Co ,City and Fort Bar H. Knowles, President W. K. Hy.r, Jr" Vice-President and Ca*. ; I'' lr
Erie C. F.L':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.43ts 504 I I @, Cult: Kirkstall Br 83, Hlnde Colon to Thos. W. Brent.. AM't Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Asst Cashier .' '
US. ........ ...................... 45 ti master. r rancas,, Director -F.C.Brent W.A. mount W. H. Knowlea, W. K. Hyer.Jr ': If 1
.................. D. G. Brent.
U. S Preferred .105' I Tapton Br ss, Tratters, 2300 Montevideo
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.McHUGH'SBLENDf N. ....... ; ......... .
Lead L. & ....4....,......................142T 73 I Tugela Br. BS, NichoU. 2141 Cardiff Trains will be running,through to .Yi: "
M P. _.....t........................ 93% 'SONG SERVICE to H. Baars & Co. Fort Barrancas f I t
J. 7. ............'.....................172 Vidar, Nor ss, Aruesen, 1084 by Tnursday morning J
have no equal. Atria) N.Canadian Y. a ..Pacific.......:..............'.,........................139 172*%. la Grande to Hyer Bros. Sugua of If the,the calculations repair and of construction those in charge workon ............. .................................OdWH -

............................141 Virtna, Span ss, 1983,
Reading % Arrotegan
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willconvincethecon.nolsseur the dummy line to be cor
St. Paul .......................... proves i ? r
168-4 Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. ;
R. I. .J t......:.................... 26*, rect. Yesterday afternoon the temporary
that w'e s. R. eo................................. 33,, AT TIE I. M. Ships. bridge over Big Bayou was test- l'
......'..................13? Deposit in a savings bank at 4 :
Pennsylvania \ Avanti Nor ship, Anderson 1648 ed by a heavy train and found to be your money
mek no extravagant U. P. .............. : .........:..1S1 London *
this
:.:.::.:.::: to order. in good condition and now that I. per cent., when the Pensacola Home and Savings l'Jt
claims. Witcher. Zemurray &. Co.'s Dally Cotton Ferreira. Port ship Barros 506, Lisbon task has been completed It is believedthe Association will issue '
Letter. to master. remainder of the work can be you paid-up stockbearing :, :
New York. Oct. Liverpool opened CJ C A. Canada Br. ship, Spun. 2237, Rio completed by Thursday and the first 2 interest at 5 per cent. per annum, '" J\
Wholesale and RetsilGROCERS about as expected this morning. but. Janeiro to Pitch PIne Lumber Co. train since the hurricane run throughto able
owing to conditions and food semi-annually. i
t monetary Hildegarde, Br ship Bbhlman 1610, Fort Barrancas. pay1'1'
weather reports from this side, closed H. O. D.SILVA. A. GREEN HUT, J. S. } '
Bremen to order. Rees R. M. t
some ten points under the previous day'sclosing The big force of laborers employed President. Vice-President. Treasurer.
figures. In New York the market Ingrid Nor.' ship Dannell, 1260, since the storm in repairing and rebuilding I ..
opened down. following the close of This Afternoon Director.-H. Q DeSlfva A. Oreenhut Knowles Flyer A. V. : '
, I the short session at 3:30 Antwerp to McK.; Oerting &: Co. the property of the Terminal Clubbs, C. H. Doer, O. E. Ma era, Sol Cahn. .
showed Liverpool a but steady during advantage. January = Lena, Ita] ship Tassara 15SI, London -company along the bay shore, reached 43 South Palafox. {! J., ', "f

and. all kinds Stuffs.Pluto of Feed reaching Reports 10 from.S3, and the closed western steady!' portion!at $10.81.of the o'clock and Bible Class to order.. Barks there Big' Bayou they encountered over a week a big since Job but as ....... ......,....... .. ............................. -...

cotton belt are to- the effect that the Will Also Be Held.At Afredo Uruguayan bk, Maragas. the trestle over the bayou had been ; atA
railroad companies are finding difficulty : completely demolished and all that
in furnishing cars for the transportationof 987 Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. ; '1
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the large amount of cotton that is Alfhild Swed bk. Svenxen. 133. was left was the piling. This has >
I now being moved to the shipping pointsIn Durban to. master., now been rebuilt, being completed yesI I City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. '4: 1 ;
Water all directions. This heavy movement the Young Men's Christian Association lerdaj In time for a train to pass over
Andrea bk 114 Durban .
Nor Quale ,
Denomination $1 000 00 each. Dated ,
Is bound to hav Its effect on the market this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock January tat 1906. Maturing January lit : ;
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especially if the weather remains to master as a test of Its safety. 1936. Redeemable Jan. let 1926. Interest Payable SemJ-Annually. I _.
favorable. It la Just as well to remem- there will be an informal song service, Avon, Ital. bk, Avegno 147V, Genoato The force of workmen baa also rebuilt WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE ; '
ber however, that a recurrence of frostIs led by Mr. J. W. Lurton, for the purpose master. nearly a mile of track on the IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. :
Wholesale and Retail very probable at this season of the of learning the of the Association ,
songs other side of the bayou. and their I
year, and while there are no indications :\ Campbell Nor bk. Hausken 1100 The Bank of
Tor the immediate present' is not prob- HymnaLFoliowins Stavanger. to McK. Oerting & Co. efforts will be cen'ered now In placingthe Peoples Pensacola-
able that the present decline will be recklessly this service the Young Chacma, Nor bk, Jorgensen. 557 back to Fort Barrancaa In con i
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New Orleans Grocery Co aware furthered.of the Influence as the exerted trade la on fully the Men's Bible class will meet to com- Fleetwood to order. dition and it Is believed that it will .. Pensacola, FlaC.W.U ; '
market price by the cold wave. mence a course of study in the ""Life Ellen Dan bk Gredericksen 160. be completed in time for trains to
The trade geoeraCy is not awaiting for and Letters of Pau]." This class will Buenos Ayres to McK Oerting &, Co. pass ever the line by Thursday: morn-j !
theflnners' report to be issued on the be taught by Mr. J. H. Sherrill and Hereford. Nt bk Jensen 1380, Ing cr possibly: Wednesday
Jas. McHugh 25th on cotton ginned up to the 13th inst. has snterel: onlyto 1I
a good enrollment already but Although the company .
Spots are not in such good demand as Rosario to order. i WAR President ICHN FFEtfFER, JUsMaat Cukitt i
they have 'I been. Middling was quoted any peron who desires to attend will Helmdal, Nor. bk Hensen 1354, a small extent in the city by the I CURK.Vke-Pmitfeirt_ and Cssblee. J.W.ANDREWS.Aisistsjrt CasWsr.
Phone 105. Proprietc to-day In New York; at lie. Tone quiet. be cordially welcomed. Hull to order.Humbert.o hurricane outside' of loss of business;:i ion

-- ,------- Span. bk., 1111, Battle, r.ccount'of almost delay.rebuild It has Its,begs track\ C'JID'iIlIlt'd'to and;,i TH' AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK /-

-__. + y i lWr.Wrl.Yl 1l -I =M1.WrlWRW ...f Havana to order. trestle work between the city and Tort' .
'Ii sr2n5K ,
:...rs.. ...wiuaas.u....J aa wuwGraLnwlvPA..xeu s i3 :;,.u..u W ;J Mfu;; p s. a 1231.Isabel Hull Browne to master., Rus .bk Lindqu'st rarrancas, and It Is thought that the, s OF PcnACOLA H.JL '\
total loss will exceed $25,OOa t .
Oscar 'II. Nor bk Johnsen
!* t King I IIt's '
3 752 Rosario to A. Zelius. Opera House Building.

il .A.V CI. TTBJBS Lilla, Nor bk Aanonsen1030. .Santos .
E1
: .. s ... to order. -- DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. t{

I LIuis Uruguayan bk.. Lopez 700, foolish to followan CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. 'f
MANUFACTURER OF Havana to order. .
4 Maria, Ger bk French, 1022 Kings old custom just because it is an DIRECTORS. i!

Lynn to master.. old custom. Often you get the L, Covingt, Frank Rem ., J
Henry F. E. Browner, t
f
1:1 Blocks W Negpore, Nor bk. G-jerdsen 11S.I worst of it. You always do if J. '
Concrete Building MPfelffer W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar. i j
I Fast London to A. Zelius.Noach you're,'satisfied with the sort of Bryan Dunwoly, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders, 1 ; t
4 VI Swed bk Bnrgfeldt,1260.Port i
: A. M. Avery. W. H. 1
Natal 'to order whiskey that's usually handed out Milton 0 E. Maura, J ';

;, Cement Pressed Brick, tt Olivari., Genoa to or of the unlabeled bottle-the kind W.Alex L."'eGowln'Ccwthon., 01w.C. MCovinflton.. J. Hannah. ,Mckenzie... E. Clark.Getting : rl'ti:

: der.Superb, Nor bk Ullch, 1934 Ant. without MARK ft ROGERS name. is a fine old JcUt) tquHlucs :cr tint it Jtte.Ut\ end VM the year fruits ipirtaentia :,

1:1: Window Sills and Caps, ; ; : Terp to A. Zelius Schooners&: Co.: whiskey that's upset this custom. tcraeetloa lor tti cenTeoicaca of customers. _a

> Dow Christina. Am sch McLeoj' It's so good that you want more, Foirrp.re.ni interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Stone Steps Coping etc y 1C5. Belize to master. I and you're sure to call for it again.
'L Domlra, Br scb Reddle. 2001 SL : It's flavor is enticing; it lingers '.,.
Lucie to master. '
Freddie Heucken Am scb, Bryant, with you. i
;! }; Concrete Sidewalk Paving, 13 475 Havana to master. Ask: for MARK ROGERS- THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK J i
HJahnar.m sch. Arelseo: 55, Tam. 1 look: at the bottle and (

E t and anything in the Cement line m pa to order. see that you get it. PENSACOLA 'I '

I It's a good thing to
-;' -, ,DANCE AND SUPPER. A General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative''
with.
: ALSO DEALER IN I get acquainted Basis I
J I There will be 4 dance and supperat Take a bottle home -
0- K. of A. hall tomorrow ek, with you. Correspondence Solicited. M. Bushnell. Cashier. !:; :.

i E '. w Portland Cement, Sand and Gravel. o. S the charity.proceeds Admission of which S3. will Barrios'go fsr or At all good places, ;., .-

chestra. but you must all for it.


'1:1 fE OfFICE: V/CRKS: E1i Council of Jewish Ladl:.. I BLCTEZSTBAL ft BICtAIT Get into the Procession ar d tJ;!

i:; Alcaniz> and Gregory Streets Tarragona and Brainard: Sts. The Council of Jewish Ladies will 1II
"'" PJ'ore '367. ED B. BANKS, Supt I i, hold its first business session at Terre t "B & B"TBKCUATBIOBOCSI1
ti pie Beth.El Monday afternoon at 4:30 .
1 o'clock and all directors and officers '"s-' Subscribe for the Journal tftt

.JitiD: :are requested to be present. .. ATIAJTTA; I I : t -',

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L Pensacola Tailors .7. DEBATE ST T IN DRAINAGE JQMD25flRE v L=rtL



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iI Worried.What OCALAGovernor COMMISSION Kress' Sensational House Furnishing Sale.


7 .HATS f. ThIs remarkable sale begins on Monday and continues through the

week. Lower prices were never given on such high values and the
of One of
Able Discussion '
Broward and Jno.S. prices are from two to four times less than elsewhere.
makes them worry? Just say "John This movement Is taking placesimultaneously 'in all the
P. Stone Elxty
White Clothes" and watch their faces red- ., Beard Again Dis- the Principal Phases of stores conducted under the Kress name and management The ma,
chases for it havE been sixty times greater than can be handled
by
r a::
den. You might just as well thow $10 or cuss the Question. Drainage Question. other store and the values .are commensurate. ;

r $15 in the bay as to pay a failor's profit. THE 'HABERDASHER All that, you have known of Kress values pales Into Insignificut':
I when compared the offers that will be made during this sale aiu

z When no tailor can fit or please you better I The ceremonies attendant lay. OPPONENTS OF DRAINAGE, WHO remember it is NOT a sale of old goods, :NOT a "clearance'j} .

than The John White Store. Our patternsare lag the corner stone of Ocala's upon new salable or LAST ,SEASON'S GOODS. Everything' is- new, fresh aal

exclusive and the cloths the best courthouse were held in the presenceof Opera House RAISED QUESTION OF TOO wanted.
pro- Judge the vaIues'of these few examples. For every bargain men.
: duct of the best wo len mills'of Europe and prominent a great assemblage citizens, ,en including Wednesdaylast many MUCH POWER BEING VESTEDIN tioned here there are twenty more as good to be found in the store.

America. I, At the conclusion of the ceremony Wednesday October 24. COMMISSION, ANSWERED IN '

I Mayor McConathy introduced MONDAY
9 A. M.RESS'
I Gov. Broward, who was welcomed THE EMINENT COMEDIENNE CONCISE AND ;INTELLIGENT' i.
Slits f.om $IOto$35.Heavy with loud and hearty applause, says
the Ocala Banner.Mr. FLORENCE DAVIS MANNER. K MILLINERY OPENING

Underwear 50- cents'and $1.00 a garment limited. Broward in his remarks said that he'as would he was proceed Assisted by Albert H..Rogers, of St. Petersburg, Yes we do surprise you often and we are going to do It ag-.Ju-
Elliott Dexter and right now. We have to. feel like philanthropists We can't tc's:
; without any circumlocution to writes as follows, in the Tampa Trio- \: ;>> ft
when we look at THe values and then at the price of the hats
I the core of the matter. He said A Company of Well 'known New York une, upon the question of the power am

that these lands had been deeded to the Players in the Exquisite vested in the Board of Drainage Commissioners uowers.Hats, trimmed and untnmired.. ,.. .. .. .. ... 25 cents

government Romantic: Comedy : imported birds, feathers and beautiful Silk Velvet Flowers,
3 :; 4' Tae statement is frequently made Imported from Germany for this sale.. .. .. .15c: bunch.
THE JOHN WHITE STORE I and reclamation. That the most of THE PLAYER MAID"By that the Board of Drainage Commix worth up to $2.00.
these lands had been given away by sioners, in addition to being granted
( Louise Malloy)
the different legislatures to various -
extraordinary powers are not responsible
Y railways and other corporations but A Literary Gem and a Dramatic: Mas- to the legislature: or anybody
j Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear that he had succeeded; as he had terpiece, Scintillating With Wit, else for their actions. This is an LEMONADE AND WINE SETS

promised when making his canvass Complications and Ludicrous : generally from ignorance
arising
error, Prices down quality on .these beautiful sets.
way war up TV
Phone 225 205.207 s. for'gQvernJr, in rescuing of Situations. all the
PAUFOX some doubtless but an error
have just arrived from Germany and the daintiest designs to o
I The Play Is Expensively Mounted With ? sea
these
lands for the"people and ,that same. It Is true that the amendment
anywhere.
I the work of : Scenic: Effects: and These Beautiful '
: draining them
was now not : the commissioners -
that
does specify
Costumes So Dear to Each set consists of pitcher 25c; six glasses lOc each; tra) ioc
in progress. He said that he was doing shall make reports to the las- r COMPLETE95c.
this not to gratify his own am- the Feminine Ear. islature, but there are anipla:: = provisions s worth 52.CO. .
I Ic' I bition but to do something for the THE. PLAY THAT TOOK NEW YORK for this in tee state constitution -

FOOTBALLBy good of the people who had elevated BY STORM. which is not set aside by the i

him to the office of governor of the Prices 25c to 100. amendment:: ; for while the amendment IPECIAL SALE OF PLAYING CARDS / Why not make the DC*

The I state. He read an official document creates., a board and confers upon it These; are a pure white card with a *rUWTVroom beautiful? You e43

Associated Prell. showing that the very first resolution csrtain powers, it does not relievethe glossy finish:, with shield and .flower Shams do it at wonderfully litti'design
I II
introduced in the first legislature after of their back e
individuals it on -
Atlanta, Oct. 20.Following the composes Kres' Note
are cost at the wonderful l
Florida had been admitted into duties under tae constituton and Regular deck 10c.Pinochle '
Genuine in
scores the IE
principal football STATISTICS
games value in these lace pillow shams.
played today in various parts of the the Union, was about draining: the laws 'of the state. Back of all stands deck, lOc. ,
We have them in squirrel, deer
country: Everglades and this resolution prayedthe the power' of the legslatare ta Im- worth 25c and
patterns, 25 inches by 2S
parrot
general: government to have the peach and remove from office any
Suwanee,16, Georgia Tech. 0_
es.at20ca1aLror each
RUBBER HEELS. lOc
Article Clemson same surveyed looking to the final man on the board of misfeasance (or
College S. C. 6
Georgia ,
; -
Very special-made of aa extra qual-
University, 0. drainage and reclamation; That it malfeasance) In office, even though: Bureau Daintily decorates I
I OF TIE P .
M Ity of rubber'and packed In pairs In a
had been live from that
Pennsylvania! 14; Brown University a question a specificial who is guilty of a vIolation cartoon with nails ready toput on, all in scroll and vine pat-
THAT'S 0. day to this and the only way to 'determine of law, to be tried in the courts sizes .. ., .' Scarf S terns. Another sample! I

Harvard 44; Springfield Manual whether or not these lands as a common: felon, in addition to re- fee PAIR '". of Kress wonderful values,each. ioc
Training School. 0,.. could be drained and reclaimed was moval forever from office in the state Elsewherelac.: '. I

Yale 10; Pennsylvania State College to make the effort which he'was Mora than this, the const tutioa and

!PIEL BROS. O. now doing,paving been commissionedto WEEK( the laws specify duties upon the offi TUESDAY 9 A. M. -

.' West Point 17; "Williams College 0, do so by a maJrity: of the votes cers'cmposing the proposed board ,
Chicago University 39, Perdue 0. of the people of the state. that they could not evade, assuming
Princeton 32, BuckneD 42. He then told of the dredse, which I II tat they should des:re to do so. CHINA SALE-FINEST YET

:: REAL GERMAN Michigan University, 6.; Ohio State was now at 'work and the one that ; The drainage Commission would be ,
Record of Births To make this sale memorable with
Marriages, you. we are going to take the
University 0. \ will soon be at work, the length and; composed: of the governor the comptroller
Vanderbilt 78; University of Ala- depth of channels he proposed to I the treasurer: the attorney finest assortment of china we have ever had, and put on eacu 50c 60c
I and 75c values just onelittle price-25 cents. You
1 LAGERBEERTRY bama 0.Mercer. d:g and the length of time it would; and .Deaths, ,During general: and the connniss oner, of agricu'icre to do less yourself..' would not want u*

University 12; University 01 take to complete the work. He said of t&: .stato: All except, the This wonderful assortment consists of carbaret
Florida 0.University. these valuable lands &ni Past Seven. bled officials the sugar and creams.
that were Days. governor are : ; -
t celery trays, salads, cake plates, chocolate pots cups and saucers all
of Virginia 6; Virginia that they were now only assessed at treueIn: tie sum of one hundred beautifully decorated In gold andcolors-Come!
IT! Military Institute 0. twenty-five cents an acre but when: thousand 1a-s-for; a faithful perfonnance -

Carlisle Indians 2:. Western University drained would be worth as many dot. I The foiling is the record of the cf their duties. Tae du- i

ONL 15c A BOTTLE of Pennsylvania 0.BLUFF I lars per acre. and as the owners ,; I marriages:: birtfcs.' and deaths dann?I i II t'es! cf; the attorney-general and the JAPANESE SCRAP BASKET SALE ',4
r these lands would be the, beneficiaries the past week, as are of record in the: i iI commissioner of agr'culture.as specified I

$1.50 PER DOZEN. of the drainage he thought it was I offices: of the county ludfe and Cit)' by law do not: seem to have,anT These 'were made for use-steady, hard use. It's wonderful to see' I
only fair that they should pay the tax. particular bearing: upon them as members -
clerk: a how much beauty was crowded Into them.:: Shown in a dozen assorted ;
SPRINGSSpecial i That Lake Okeechobee, which causes Marriages.WaiteCharles of the: drainage commission\ butdrtes shapes. 25 cent each.
: the overflow! of these, lands; and is : Bluni and Amanda of the other officers do The: Value 75 cents.ChinawareUnprecedented.
the key to the situat'on in more than duties of the* admi aistrative officers
I P. Price, Henry H. KeyntOa and: Martha -
r Morris ann eisser feet than and that 4 cf the state -
to The Journal. I' 21 higher the sea X. \ acovica, Morris Hollihani! and are prescribed in Article

Bluff Springs. OcL.,.20.-:Mrs. Gus the lowering of this lake was the I Laura B Hollihaad; J. E. Porter and constitution.Secten .
ValuesThe
easiest that ever' under: 9 ttat the -
12W. Zarragossa St. Davis entertained quite a number of big job was J Eunice D. Masssy; XattanicI Milfoa; provides governor
her Pensacola I taken. I and Laura S. shall communicate by message beautiful this
relatives and friends Cloptcn Herrington. designs in stock are almost limitless and the
i .JN.J3 : The covered his full hour legVature regular ses-
to the at each
last Sunday.. Among the number and punctuated governor his remcrka with Colored-Clias. Tjumer and MittieBordette s'on information, concerning the cond.f Kress values'simply can't: be duplicated elsewhere for less than twice
were: Mrs. Dora John Nelson and Burvltston
Dondson: Mary -
Mrs. the price.Afterdinner.
aim : several anecdotes:: and altostier his >n cf the state Certainly, the
Jennnga and ,Anderson J. Taylor and StellaDerrey
Mattie, Mrs. daughter Miss speech, judging from the applause ; work of the drainage commission, of cups and saucers Bread and BuAer plates in decor "
B. and Maria
Horace
Taylor
: ,
TYPEWRITERREPAIRS
Genie Dan McCaskill. Miss received, fell on willing cars 'wihch he would be chairman, shouldbe with gold and lustre finish, new ated imported china, 25
Purdy and Messrs. Darner. Tayl6r." as part of the "conJi- and fancy designs in tulip and d each different10e:
Hon. John S": Beard was next in reported a
Elisha
Corley and .Births. In this assortment
Mr. Crookshank. troduced McConathy.Mr. tion of the state," and a selfrespect.ing kettle shapes, different sizes wide complete
by Mayor
? All returned to .their homes la Pen Beard is a gentleman of refined White-To C. C. Merritt and wife a legislature would lose no time. impeaching rich embossings and colorings, and Gold dinner sets can easily be made up teal
sacola on the late evening train. boy; to C. W. Wills and wife a boy :! a governor who would re 1,000 different shapes and designs decorated souvenirs in odd 0
'Miss features and commanding appearanceand shapes such as slippers boots and
Etta.'LouIse Taylor and Mr he was also received with a full Colored-To Chas: Malone and wife fuse to ''nfora them upon such an ,cup and saucer lOc n.ses. tae:
flaying secured" e's"J"v1ces': of an expert Brooks.CorJe were united in the holy a boy; to York Owens and wife, a bore important matter.
repairer, we 9 notify the public bonds of lrimony last measure of applause.He Deaths. t.'X;>tN
that we are nowadujust pred to overhaul.' Sunday conceded for the sake of argu Section 23 provides that "the comp- WEDNESDAY
or rebuild 1 kes of typewriters the morning at iO oclock at the home of ment, that the drainage of the Everglades White-Child.of Chapman! Gonzalez, troller shall examine, audit adjust 9 A. M. _' ,
era and adding mat ash regisEjimates bride's sisttr, Mrs Will Douglas, was feasible and practicableand stillborn; James Kendrir Nix:, 14 and settle the accounts of all officerscf
ters. All work guar fill- Rev. J. L. Bryars KRESS1 RUG 8
:, officiating. Mr months! 'cholera intantjim;' Cafoenac and he la under a SALEA
ed. Telephone us a. will send for the lands were as rich as claimedfor the state,
,Mrs '
'your machine, or call '. ..*ke au examPensacola and Cgrley ar? ploasantly domI- them by Governor Broward. Bierce 18 years, accidental. : bend for the faithful performance of great variety, of beautiful and attractive
ciled at the patterns In
home
I r of the : tapestry am
iiiatlon and estimate.
mother.. Mrs. Gds groom's He addressed himself almost entirely Colored-Infant-of Wi liam McDuffs! these! duties. velvet Rugs, variagated colors, fringed ends-Rugs that will ,
Their Davis, for the present to the legal aspect of the question, stillborn, Robert King,:,:W years, consumption Sect'on! 24 provides that "the 25 cents each. wear.

them many friends, wish for claiming that the lands were in litigation ; Cornelia... rown. 75 yeas treasurer shall receive and keep all 75 cents and $1.00 value-25 cents. II
a long. life of happiness and and had been ceded, Whether organic heart dIsease; ,Fannie Thompson funds bonds, and; ether securities, in ,
prosperity.Mr.
rightfully or wrongly, by the past leg 45 years dropsy, Lul; Meadows such manner as shaH be prescribed
Typewriter Exchange I I home N.from J. Brewton has returned islatures to various railways and other one year dropsy; child of York by law; and shall disburse no funls/ Cuckoo Clock-Great Value "
MexIco. where he went corporations' He opposed the policy Owens stillborn; Corn Iia, Brown,: 15 nor issue bonds or other ecurities!
n for his health, sometime aero He is of draining these lands at the cost of' years, organic: heart disease. .except on order of the comptroller You L
PHONE 1369 looking well and hIs! many friends are several million dollars to the people of ORDER countersigned by the governor, In can't duplicate this--Black Forest Cuckoo Clock for

313-315 Brent BuildingSomething congratulating Rev J. T. Fillingim him. and Florida until the titles to them were EASTERN STAR.Rejnilar such manner as shall be prescribed purposes useful and ornamental for three times the price in -
daughter .. "
decided by the courts which would be meeting of by law. "
Miss Florence, have returned from done In the course of a short time. Order. of Eastern Star. Section 27 provides that the administrative town. It is wonderfully artistic and distinctly a Kress theme.
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Wardville. where they attended the fr TtlE'3dav. 8 o'cI'k.
I He said that Jade! Swayce, a federal ILaI;: :MISS ELLA BBTKRS 'officers shall make full reports .
Baptist asscciat'on.' Judge of of the lower courts had '' receipts store possibility.
one .M.: of all acts, and expenditures Cur
i, Mr. Jchn: Fffllngim. of Atmore, Ala., already rendered a decision to the { :MRS. :MARY B.\GGET. of their respective offices to Hand carved wood front dol
is on a visit to home folks. I titles of these lands in fav a' of the Sec the governor at the beginning of each metal w. ;papier-mache mera1s. Iron weights and chain, ielc

Newt is, Miss visiting Bessie her Taylor sister;,..Mrs.of Foshee,Will ,Doug Ala., L. &was N. railroad not overruled and that by If the DIg supreme decision Memphis Officers, Tena Re-Elected., Oct. 20.-The regular whenever session the: governor of the legislature shall requireit of Value$1.00.'......twenty-four............hours......without.........rewinding.............Comes.......in..box..... 25C of of '

las.Mr. court the titles to these lands: would and further says "either house of bop
Mrs. Brotherhood of St. Andrew to-day re-
and Whiter Stanton and vest in this railroad and he did not
see time call
the legislature at any Watch pIa'lar
may The
elected the entire staff of Pensacola Journal of
family will Wednesday for
spcdahrf
move to Fanny Ala, their morning
FineThat's old home next week. headed by Robert H. upon any officer of this '(executive) the last three days. ,
Something
officers'i ba'
department for Informafon requiredby
Mr. Chas.:. Snftwden, has returned: president. The next meeting .
it" It Is required elsewhere in nutsea
held at ashington..
from a business trip to :Mobile and
he of
the constitution that accounts
u
what we are Sampson, Ala. the officials shall be inspected by a WATCH KRESS' WINDOWS"YOU J
Mr. Kervin, of Perdido Ala,, spent In
ttee of five from he
putting on the mar-, Friday night in our,town. why the people of Florida should put I ate joint and comm"the house of representatives sen-, of

ket. It's in the shapeof Mr. Stewart, 'the manager of thOrphan.s their 1ands'down: in their pockets and appointed each session.I Macro
He also
drain themfor this
company.
Home at, Evergreen, .\la.w
a small, all-Ha- came 'dOwn this morning to get cne 11 discussed'minutely and at length, the have emphasized several words .NOOON.tNOONNON4- +Np000000000N...'NOON....011...
f and phrases In the above sections of ;
constitutional amendment
vana five cents ci- of "his bojs" whd:'ran away from the proposed the constitution for the benefit of the
home some time since. He had no and warned the people against its !
astute editors: and constitutional! lawyers : CAM MOVE YOUR GAS HEATERS
gar. It is calledThe trouble In locating and getting the f adoption because it took away from ,
who do not seem to be aware i'
.
Itfle fallow, wt-o ,was being well the legislature the right to direct the .
for at home A application of the :state funds and that they are' there.
cared the of Mr. and Mrs
Gonzalo it in the of the drainage The opponents of the amendment i !
Stafford and was going to. school placed power ALL ABOUT OVER THE HOUSE
commission, and gave to that body unlimited would have us believe that If it is
here. Mr.: Stewart left the 1:15 : '
on .
train SQUARE and dangerous power He said adopted the legislature will be legislated I
-
to-day wHh his
charge
"Babies" \ Mr James McDavid visited Mrs that this was against the settled policy out of the question entirely, in : :
of our government and was making spite of the last section of the proposed V
M McDavid and family this week. 1 l

It is manufactured Mrs. Lee Walker of Pensacola, DEAL the the democratic biggest trust'on platform record and and the utter-cited legislature amendment may provide, which reads for the"The assessment : Attaching them to any fixture, since the price otgas : f

expressly for us and E.visited Bond her this parents week..}[r. and Mrs. F. WE KNOW what good ''tail ances of Mr. Bryan as being strongly of benefits derived by lands : for light and fuel is the same. In this way you ,

is winner. Call for oring ought to be-and that's against this policy. He said that it by reason of such drainage, and the T can .heat of with heatci
a
make it- collections thereof the any part :your'house one :
BUGGIES. the way we was against the spirit of the teachings and proceeds
'them. They are the With us, quality is a matter of Jefferson and,was thoroughlyand therefrom shall be paid to the board $3.25 puts specially good heater. *
Wm.'Johnson & Son. have Just re- of principle-not. of price. We'charge entirely undemocratic. of drainage commissioners to be usea it I In
best yet. ceived a swell lIne of new Babcock moderately for the ser Mr. Beard made a very fine and able by them for such drainage purposes." .114

Buggies, whIC4'are now on displayat vice we give-and give,the best. legal argument and was frequently applauded If the language the amendment e laxtel

their new ware room, next to their Our Fall Models are some- and was complimented on all Itself the plain provisions of the state i Pensacola Gas Company \ ].

down-town store. thing to talk about. 'Every suit sides for his splendid effort. He was constitution the numerous acts of the 0 prj

The Forbes Piano. tells its own story' of style, fit entirely courteous to Broward and legslature' passed to make effectivethe i Phone 143. 24 and 27 E. Garden Strset. .- tEl tuII&
TheLewis and excellence of tailoring exe- during the argument'of both gentlemen constitutional checks upon the eOOON00000

This is a magnificent piano in every cution. no harsh nor undignified,.,language executive officers, the liability to impeachment ........................t.......NNN4+ !t :
detail of construction and will com If you want a "Square Deal." was employed and no epithetswere and criminal prosecution -
: pare favorably with any other on the then DRAW from our assort: indulged in. and ultmate responsibility to the ed
Bear Co. market It has been thoroughly tested ment. There Is' NO cotton :Mr. Broward spoke again for half I people at the polls does not make the than

out all over the country and has. re CHEAT about it. an hour and before the conclusion of I proposed board of drainage csaimis-)
i Wholesale Dealers ceived commendation of alL Be Suits Tailored to Taste.PRICKEtT his speech called for a vote for and sioners a responsible body responsi Subscribe for The Journal to-day pu
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E. FORBES PIANO CO. claimed by his followers that it was people responsible to the 'legislator .."
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.1t I (Incorporated.: )' vote was .about equal and that ,the "responsible body?" ,We anxiously Keep .

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'Q.an k d.upintolit"; !?} : h."trom the atirfac j .6' "of '- _
'+,ii#ionstkateCet''ao':hearyiln\tbe'sitlrt 19f% r.dU'n P W;<4.Wtb iiit7tyfues".ort ; ; 8.Ieet)1') ;:-b411- c'tystal-,stars'turning-'intoVwater, and either soaked up or started back tot ",> I

tIe ,p2ttfQ.p O !ogfr..slDa.l} OJl ct'ab.kltlc5t: e.t ;ottonrteajeingdrawn ;'i: A1'xtecalar: ttluglS that when wa- the bright'erotMar-the. Is a the sea. by means of brooks,-treams: ,
:u1 tLs.Jimeooeti4an\lJnetesa; +nJ' fall, ; p'InTlablfin.teatber ; ter'fa>from Into the form of snow ,bUbble ot: egjptjr'spaced le. t because icd'rivers.. What is soaked up by' ;

,, fljtJ1;;ITI;& :Jiltnw: 'n meor': rain"d l. ll; Sk. : tt.Jr.=. ... ., $ the l !wdma'or; ,crystals, are al-t t1ra'If..at the watery flower does'"not flll ,up"ai .the ground passes through the minorals' -.
ttti4;: a ;:fa IAgwaiey.: c;.:;;: J .. !! t ie'I. ter.dustii.istacWya xrslded:'In -ehape. ,2L yon go much'room'a!.! ,the-Ice' () }the crystal o* earth and mixes with them
stattdfd: :'Is :'P Tat until it tastes like But It all
:W ter.H 1.eit'I1.Entvh.ch' ; 111' t1.att.er l ) tbem.
,c. ;mar: tied & up" gethtnninthe e a !':lOw- hoW'er and search,
,1ke1 S l tu }: eE1s'trfb. a i'"ii 41. ielt:: 1 ferpts.kThel &!!,j$ thecanino' ore $eetit tila$' carefully,;you.Will {ee that the snow'fiktsaretnot1mer4iuz dlwti7s tit>Lt up more roonlthaaiy gets to the tea some time or other.
J x r'' ieAs: {rid_!ll e3j ohwt a :ai 8Faag3to ugteanitbe'afr% ftsel ;:But.Wi. # n it \ps of frozen tef:- Tha.t'J'' whr'water" 'pIpe And!!, aa the sea Is the great dumping

; eaumsse2a',. *_.dt ;e5:.(i.. t'thed gtsp'jtolwttere.It '"heaaI S I1t4.: 'ieatst, bl.1 J al1 tUnl isrx-pofnted:crys- :burst insevere dbldiwest ec.; .A 'ttldwateifreezes 4nd ground of the wat washed land,
at ;1 r1 .;. a'r uKuvaa-: \nvvryi' tia, the;,airiit: -;comes: orj-flows>togeibe tal'starai pure that : it'expande* 'or' gets as the sun-beams': kisses refuse t
)1C'oc ; "ltd the-'f.ji . aI 'fabric and'iattrnt'cf'Metheritatth'siAtedtrhas' Sp.t cJoEely_;packed thatwe'caneeetitinl'the > : being spottlesix=whlte'.ttyou: ,; say that will crack iTher:great paM of the dust the washings of earth are left ;
1 Jr.t s: ., ,_: : ...'-. = :.. sky=fitlt@? f or :(of clouds..; 4i lf vlii'whit4t 8',,now.r.",S ne! of these .Eads bridge crossinghe Mississippiriver in the tea and' those with what is
;& evereresumed.to say "Now>.wt.ui suppose at"somepQfi; crystals! ;ar."slciply,flat.slabs:! -with'sinidesVotlersYaretstafs'.witli'six : ;and leading tato'.St.;Louis already there 'jpir t* the ocean Its
w p e".,tlierej t is'iioleA wtferj ialtfce ''ntlie.Atb.ntlc' 'cceanrsvhereahe'shneaeshardest rods, ubje6t4d-t9";:,ice-p81c:1 1 'beflore quality which. we call 'salt.' '
'.1jr; II' a'thBut wetknowthat'ourtatmospae ) ot-tn'es'tinVibi{*. 6ft spikes'springing froiIi\;the center l .weYndctdd: up'; Fbraa: the w-ere.1.!* "The surface of the earth la con-. +
.a.-which .1.extends: 'vitteast ol.fwater. $dust\r1ses.In.. response ft af. others wUtrt six' epikes each''.formed1 .ngl lee-.patIdng espanjre 5, ?tautly changing. Every time there i':
-CI.ei.hud. >. .d.j:;miles;} ontwardly, 1trtQ the+sky:jFor awifle'Jt'IIl like aidilicafer;i fern. Kol-lessHajin; a tl05 a metal parts*;or the spans'; is a rain it takes off a little of the t
he from.tke-su iaceof'the! earth.fU ever float;:hlghjvin*space, untfl,aftw,:,while t thousand\ different forms of.delicate fon&d 4Ino-: smaller:"Space and earth's surface, here and leaves it 1
:.Ocus i; barged''..vti h .water duetftrhfeh, "is alongYcomls .a' coidR di;rrentR 6f; air btrsf alshave'" been found among .be fitted"more' easilytogether; 'la there, or else.carries it on to the ; '

tiw: terhedt.1 d.'iito ,ita smallest; partthieerandflleld and forcesdt'toVsnuggle'' Iota inaW-flakea..-.but,. though there 1 is'" the summer time tb .St-LouI8'brldg@; ,sea. Sometimes: an Island in the
inlSU$?ens1oI11 by. the, of other'little\bits I until the* whole j I jucn\a*great variety, yet-they ate. all expands t11t:& hQrtt'.its'metab'psrts'and : : sea{sinks entirely out of sight, or
ns, aitiagsttflhsn;;: ( + bearsEnatf mass becomeS 'ai-vappry'' cloud;.which bullion; the six-eided and six-pointed consequently tightens up-so that the land of earth rises higher. Volcanoes -
all throttga'setursaltcaifsvs,4) such> as-the. may' be* seen. "!"The rushing of air is plan\.and .are all made dazzlingly there .Is jess' rattle. earthquakes and shocks Inside r
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a spHttiaglofsclouds'iBy.. lightning1 I and called wind,.,and w4'aUJ: know'.ttat, white by. the reflection of light from "Supposing) the drop of water' of ; the earth are constantly throw-
the.'soddea.inrushlEg of.cold air currents wind blows and moves. ;t the face of the crystals and the tiny 'which out little! bit of water-dost>was.1 Ing up more surface, and the rains .
," the ,water .dust I coheres Into "Supposing; then, our bit of water,I air-bubbles built-up between ,them. a, part had fallen to earth and had are constantly beating It down and .
drop form' and falls to earth' as rain. : dust is now a part of the cloud'-. The: This is why, you see, when the snow lodged upon thee petal of a rose or carrying it back to the sea.
- w All of which: descriptive definition is cloud itself may still be lIght enoughto melts, you have only a little dirty- the leaf of a tree-what, then;might "Now, Just a few words more, and
,ee too much for little girls. .float. And it does floor and is1 water In your hand: the crystals are become of-It? Uncle Joe will be through with his
ed "So, let us say, the:sunbeams kiss borne on !the breath of wind until ; gone and there are no more air-bub "Trees'and plants! of all kinds are, story of the rain-drop. Of late there
the earth, and their hot breath warms lightning or more cold'ar;forces the bles held prisoner'to act as looking- thirsty at times, and :need water Just has been a cry not only In New York
the water so thai. It flies all intolit' vapor even closer, tQgeher'Until- it: glasses. to the ;light. Hoar-frost 'Is the same as every living thing*on state; but also here and there all over i

1 tIe teentieweentsie bits so small they : forms into many little drops of water also..made up of tiny' water-crystals, earth does. All fonns*of, vegetablelife the United States against the cutting ;
I t r t ( become even Smaller than the little I. ; which fall into the' sea or on the and is nothing more than frozen dew drink up water greedily, and .each down of too many trees. Whether of 3 r
bits or atoms, that go to make up land, ;there to stay a ;while and be hanging on the blades of grass and drop of water helps to give them life.: not the trees draw the rain and there
S the air we breathe. And because : taken up and carried again on a similar -' from the trees. Bye and bye, when the plant gives up by provide water for the land and It*

the \'. '/ ,. f'i 'I I/ ., 1 f /' S '. "Y'(' '\Js\"\.. I II they are hotter and smaller than the I Journey I "But how about Ice? It looks life, it absorbs no more water. In people is too deep for us to go into
ice air atoms, they rise and sneak "In this way it is possible for our I clear. But if you take -magnifying the case of vegetables fruits and Just at present. But we do know
through the little cracks and holesof bit of water! dust to go to the north I glass and look down on the surface other forms cf plant life which are that deserts are the places wherl ,
4\, is rain?" asked lit- ] And then he returned to his book. the air until they get way out pole and back, or:; to visit any and all of ice in the clear light of a sunny eaten by the different representatives there are the fewest plants, and f k'i i
\yliAT( Miriam of Uncle "Yes, I know," persisted Miriam, into the sky, where,;when the lightning portions of the-world day you will see there too, a num- of the animal-kingdom, the 'water' would seem that the good of ma-/ .
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tea "It's a whole lot oftaw I gets Into little drops, and where they chills them they are forced together it gets the more likely It Is to : look dark. In the center of each appears who consume It. But wherever it tnt attention to the planting, grow 1 i
in drops," answered Uncle Joe. I come Irom and where they go to." a&1a and become drops of rain meet with not only cold but freezing I a bright spot. These imprison- goes or whatever changes It 'meets, and saving of trees in / -erlca.4 .** ; ,
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in Oct. 20.-To protect peninsula. Let it be broad and deep ]I, Include in the mental picture long:: coastal waterways from their begin", around New York afford a protected tected way south from this point to Eion of this canal via: Mobil e and
\\Tashington. of medium of ning near the northeastern extremity to connect Raritan river with Jacksonville, Fla.. running via AV
tit! United States from invasion by enough to float large fleets commerce trains of barges, cheapest : passage Pensacola bays to Florida there t 55 water-filled ditch, or of war. Let Its outer, or transportation known, carrying from of the United States we find first a the Delaware river, either by enlargement mington on to Cape Fear, Winyab complete the encircling chain of water .
enrich n>ans of a great by millions of seaward, wall be a breastwork of port to port the varied products projected ship canal across the pe- .. of the present canal or by :a Bay, Charleston and Savannah. Only by conecting with tie cut across
fii her commerce and increase the de- dunes of islands varying in width brought down rivers and canals from ninsula that connects stormsweptCape new route. ;At the last session of slight excavation and deepening of that state
t+,'ilars annually in and populationof from a few hundred :yards to a scoreof the Interior, conveying them to ships Cod with the mainland. Since I congress a survey was ordered looking existing cnancls remains to be accomplished The people of the Mississippi( VaU
iopment industry milesof miles. I j at the deep water ports for trans- the days of the Pilgrims, when the i to the purchase and enlargement on this section of the ley
of j are clamoring for the execution
'5c tens of thousands square I material traders trudged this neck of by the United States of the Delaware route. From Jacksonville a canal has I I
her territory, are some results Picture further patrols of swift torpedo oceanic transport, or, as raw across t'j of a project for which the plans are
land to New Amster- f canaL With this been projected the
their and peninsula
hoped/+ for from the realization of boats, heavily armed floating to the manufacturing centres of this on way Chesapeake across already drawn which shall give *
Pans: advocated by a number of batteries and deep laden: transportsearn'lng country, and bringing from these cen- dam, there has been talk of this ca- ship canal completed, the chain of of Florida to connect with the Gulf I I nine-foot channel from the GreatIakes
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l-trct' commercial and patriotic organ- troops, ammunit'on and provisions tres along the shore to coast towns Congressman McXary waterway a I to the Gulf via the Chicago
!iza'ions which they intend to press moving to and fro in thiswaterway land up rivers their manufactured has introduced several j Chesapeake Bay. Thence it is to rim movement ig gathering:! strength to Drainage Canal and the Illinois and
awn; congress for action at the next safe from the shots of any products for distribution. Then paintin bills providing for the survey of a { from Norfolk by means of a canal, urge upon the national government J I Mississippi rivers. Projects are like
- route and anticipating the for which route been surveyed the construction! of a canal seven hundred -
jetton.Pirture! enemy's seagoing ships and! ready o broad: outlines the developments in- govern- a has wise under way for the widening of ,
: this ditch some :too: miles concentrate without opposition at any volved In these plans, described by ment, a private company backed by and by way of the Sounds of North miles in length from tie ISo: the Missisippi. to Its source and for
'n' length, extending along the coast pont: upon which hostile fleets may their advocates as gigantic in their prominent capitalists. has been reported Carolina to Beaufort Inlet thus obI Grande along the coasts of Texas and the Improvement of the Ohio the 3,
"f he Atlantic and the Gulf from direct their attack, there to pile up effects, yet comparatively simple and ready to go ahead with its con- I I viating foes to mariners. Cape Hatteras Louisiana to the mouth of the Mis Tennesse and lesser tributaries! of the
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on "keen and of the punitive those days 40 pounds a ton. Both priest-renafned on shore to establish us. Anyway, I've bought all the oil;
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r ""' tii-ou' there is cluster of that all on board had per- there wag a rivaltry between through the press, j" ;
.. ii'K,' ,i- a lo-I group, aqd evidently struck on !I the English and German trading firms }expeditions by warships of England, ]! oil and ivory nuts had been secured I a mission, and told Rabalao, tie Tasks> I could get and & lot more la
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"K island of Elane with J to get a footing nan such new islandsas France and Germany. from the wild savages of the north skipper of the brig that the natives 1 w"tok and so let us b&.o and get
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." an.i ''ia .violence then slipped oft promised them a lucrative return..i At that time I was in Levuka. the west in exchange for rubbishing hoop were very friendly, and said that they rway.
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of adventurous of a Iron knives, old Tower muskets with would be glad to have a resident missionary la
Scores We did bustle
0g P -tiahl,, 'h lq: of trading that ever e- and sunk. white men lost i Jold capital of Fiji supercargo f fJ twenty-four
their lives in few of ball and cheap powder, common I and that they wanted a. hours clear of Levuka
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MlfNrtaiv' iiirir.: a quarter of a cen- On his reporting the matter to the a months, some by J> title top-sail schooner seventy-fIve'l worthless articleson trader still more."Furthermore we were Reef
,. the deadly malarial fever owned beads and other and spinning along to the west-north- "
\ '-vnt-rience! in the South seas. colonial shipping authorities be learn- others by tons. She was -
the treacherous White extremely j which! there was. a profit of 1000 they have been west before the
'Hi thirty 'years passed since ed that two vessels were missing, and cannibalistic a man named an strong southeast
,,i,; wen the islands were discover- one a Dutch bark of 700 tons, which savages. I adventurous and daring fellow, though | per cent the I making oil for more than a year, in trade wind for our run of 1600 miles.
.i without! the natives seeing more left Sydney for Dutch New Guinea Others quickly took their places, very qaiet In his manner. I was being White made up his mind to northwest join expectation of a ship coming, bu: Day and night! the little schooner
", and 10 rush' to the Islands to the none has come. Rabalau that
.r. half a dozen ships, and I ami" and the other a full-rigged English nothing, daunted, for the coaconut oil : paid $100 per month per | and the Solo- says raced over the seas at a great speed.,
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all trade sold between New; they have more than hundred tons
'hn no one from these ships ship bound to ShanghaiNo: other trade, the then staple industry of the I cent commission on a and we made the passage in seven
P' f 1>o ashore for the inhabitants tidings had been heard of them for northwest Pacific, was very profitableand I and all native produce bought. II | mons. of oil, and can not make any more. :days, dropping anchor off the largest
"''. not to be trusted then, bel/ig! ; more than eighteen months, and it men made fortunes rapidly. I We had been trading among the )f "I have," be said, "just ben talking as they have nothing to put It' In. tillage on the island Guasap. la, .,.
v, 'tic and treacherous. was concluded that 'the vessel lost What mattered it"if every bloody windward islands of the Fiii group j to the skipper of that French missionary "Some of it Is in old canoes, some ten minutes our decks were literally;

-," master of one of these whalers on Woodlark Island was one or the tragedy, such and such a brig or I for six months, and had not done at I!; brig, the Anonyme. He has in thousands of big bamboos and packed with excited natives, all arm.. }\
v* ''old In the course schooner greatly dissatisI Just come back from the northwest acme In hollowed out trees. Theo ed bat friendly. Had they chosen to I
I by the natives or rather was other, as that island lay having been cut off, and all all welL White was
Haa-i to understand, for not one of both would have taken. hands murdered cooked and eaten, fied, and wanted to break new ground, j; and he told me be' had landed'French a Lave whips of ivory nuts and are just kill us and seize the schooner it *
;Mi.. knew a word of English-that In 1SSS-69 there was a great out the vessel plundered and then burn f I! Every few weeks a vessel would j: priest (this was Mgr. D'An- dying! to get muskets tobacco at1'11''Would I have been an easy task, for li j jI
YarlstBrother's beads. Not soul In Levuka
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'. l'L- i. tiful and purt
'f : The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must T
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; S ; however,is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, thattS>

'. .f.,, .5fR 'T very thought of it fills her with apprehension'and horror. There is 0!

,..; :.i' ,- necessity for the reproduction.of life to be either painful or dangerous.

,. ,';. 3.., ; (COfttlftued From Page Nina) The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the coming i tthat '..

Father of Waters. It Is estimatedthat it is safely passed without any danger. Thisereat and wonder(a!

'. this will bring Into contact with remedy is always applied -

'" :<; the coastwise 18,000 miles canal in navigable length and waterways in- externally, and, MotIier

addition thereto the whole chain of has carried thousands '

QI Qi sI the Great Lakes and their connec- of women through the
i tions. trying crisis without suffering., I
MI.
I Speaking of the plans here outlined I Send for free book containing< tnfonnitka of
f Congressman Small of North Carolina prfcelea nine to an eip.ctsat: molJ1en. ren t4

an ardent champion of the benefits I Tto Bradfeld Beaalattr Co., Atiaita Ga. r

S OOINGlBcryidfcwillimlL COOING GONE: !.! out of water that it transportation would be entirely has pointed prac- .- -. --- -- C

s IIeqkWe dIP'" TwMtteBcnfcUk ticable for a fleet of barges to go ........... ...... .............. ....:.....N11/p
r 0' from Chicago to the Gulf thence b> r. 0
way of internal waterways along the
coast of the Gulf and the Atlantic to is made from theen'
-- NEWBRO'SHERPICIDE the city of New York, thence up the i choicest cuts of meat u
Hudson through the enlarged Erie "0

S. canal to the teat Lakes and back to i, cured to a mild, delicate 0IL:

Chicago. flavor b '
."Who can estimate the economic ) the i
j,, benefits." commented Mr. Small "and : "Beech-Nut" process. I

I the industrial whic hwould and commercial accrue from development the- i' t comes to your table :2 0IL I

It is high time that the oft repeated claim that-"chronic baldness waterways and
construction of these vacuum glass ILC
be cured" be filed with the old : jars,
can away announcement that the moonY u whole country ,""
fi made of green cheese. The claim is untrue and aside from this it in In which benefits" the t free from any kind olpreservative i :..ILy,
would share. ,
duces many people to ignore the chances they have to prevent baldness. been .
has
t The greatest stride toward the ultimate elimination of baldness was Heretofore little progress ready for :'

'' 1, the discovery by Prof. Unna, of Hamburg, Germany'(ask your doctor 4. mad toward hecuring the appropria-necessary instant use. Include a i '0 0I
f about him),that most hair loss is due to an invisible growth of vegetable tons of government money 0 BeechNutSliced '
. 1 character, in the scaJp-literally a dandruff germ," producing a highly to pay for the vast'amount of digging jar in your daily or ,:
s contagious disease. The greatest toward the prevention of baldness \ dredging and damming that Beef der.
{ was the recent Discovery of a prophy1acticfluidcalledNEWBRO'SHER. must be done before these plans can f 3

jPIClDE, which if intelligently used-will destroy the dandruff germ and be made realities. Recently however .:
.. prevent baldness. : new' tactics have been adopted. .
Herpicide is the original dandruff germ destroyer and its extraor Co-operation has become the watch r"
,i dinary success-for dandruff and falling hair,also dull, brittle and lustre- word.' Bodies like the Interstate In- e
leas hair-has brought out many mutations. Even the old line land Waterway "League of Texas and I East Hun Grocery Co0 1 1 n o
hair "growers"and hair "tonics" now claim to kill the Louisiana, other waterways associations a
dandruff germ. Quite a tribute to Herpicide boards of trade, commercialclubs
I isn't it T An exquisite hair dressing. Stops .' etc.. are going into ,the movement CORNER HAYNE GADSDEN /
c itching of the scalp almost inetantly. .. .. headed by the National Rivers i
4 Don't wait; and Harbors congress, which has M. F. Bowes Manager. Phone 212 !; r

try it noW' z made the establishment of a liberal T r

S t...;J .,.... .... .-" ..... '- .. policy ment the toward reason waterways for its existence.improve- :...................................................: 0U

the
r This congress hopes to secure .
passage of an annual river and harbor ,, 0
bill carrying at least' S50.000.600. Congressman I
\, a .;-: Ransdell, chairman of the How Our Acme Double Flint n
of this organization
.. executive committee
-'" .' -. of the com- Coated ExcelsIs h
.. "h':, :>: -' "" ''1'' ,4s himself a member Asphalt Roofing r
of the d
-: -' e rivers and harbors ?4
mittee on made from the best Wool Felt. .
house of representatives. Chairman Saturated and coated tinder a new process with Asphalt. .
Burton and other members of that Is a rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. .
committee, all of whim have given Coated on both sides with Silicate. ; i iiIL
this more Resists the action of vapor, adds and fir*. ,
hearty endorsement to Not affected by heat or cold. t,
Cr I mtnt have repeatedly pointed out that The roofing:' that never leaks. .
the advantages of river and habor Easily affixed. ICI 0
the commerce and The experience of twenty yean proves It to be the best '

industry improvement of the are country to as a wh' .e,! Put Ready up In Roofing rolls 32: on inches the market.wide and 40 feet < Inches lone. ;A

SEE WINDOW DISPLAY W. A. D'ALEMBERTE and that all sections, those' remote containing 108 square feet, wrapped In heavy casing. U
'" situated
from waterways as"well as those APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. E
) directly upon them are vitally .
Special Agent Interested In putting these means of 3Ply, 80 lbs. per roll, complete. r.an
transportation in the best possible :
\ condition. 2-Ply, 70 lbs. per roll, 'complete.

Some idea of the expectations of 1-Ply, 60 Ibs. per roll, complete. in'CII

I commercial advantages attached to Samples and Full Particulars Free.Also OFI t
.. the completion of these coastal canals I -
I. 2 and 1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper. Sheathing' and r t4n
statement put
the
I may,be gained from Insulating Paper.Carolina .
"f!forward by advocates of the canal S
*&t&&XSSSSSXZSi&8S projected along the Texas and Louisiana ,.Portland Cement Co.
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shore that this abut would bring I
I'I. about an annual saving of freight Atlanta, Ca.S ,
What Nations Pay Rulers : charges amounting to $3,125000 and
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that it -would cause an Increase of r
M MM. 8irminghunA9e-Hera1Q population in these states from 3,000- ,
: f'f'I canal from h
For the
000 to 30000000.
j to Beaufort Inlet the claimIs y
I r Norfolk You Have Malaria!
made by the commercial bodies In- o
The place of Tlldlz stands on the IUDImr at 5 and winter at 6 he rises,, The extreme care which King Edward he, is in'possession of a vast amountof tertsted that it would mean ant an- f
top of a hill,rand is surrounded by a and if the weath is fine goes immediately has to exercise.to live within property, great landed estates in nual saving to the commerce between .t
thick walL I\ Is almost a misnomerto into the park. This is extensile his income seems ndculous to Amen various parts of ; the country the Baltimore and Jacksonville of $ ,OOO..
call It a palace, as "Ylldlz" comprises and laid out in alleys and little cans yet abroad it requires a colos revenue from which Is largely used 000 and that the commerce affected MlRSINa: 5'
a numbe/ of very modest-lookIng forests with several artificial lakes, sal annual sum of money to maintainthe in defraying the Expenses of the court amounts to 4,500,000 tons of the value -
whitewashed ,villas and kisoques, the largest of which has an island in ruler of a great nation and his ana providing for the members of I. of 225000000. 'For the Cape Cod 1 a
any one of which is more like a pn- the middle On this b:g pond his numerous family connections.In the royal family. The royal crown Canal it Is estimated that It would '
3 \ *Tate residence than the home cf the majesty generally embarks in a King Edward's case his annual treasure, founded by King Frederick"William pay 10 ptr cent on an investment WILL CURB YOU ..
sovereign. The study, In which Abdul caique or boat, which he rows himself income from the state is $2,284200,I HI, and :now consisting of a $10,000000 to the private interests ,
Hamid passes a third of his life, or in either -a small steam or and it is said that It is difficult for capital of,more than 6,000.000 marks, projecting its construction and that CURES
'his furnished with a simplicity amount-- electric ,launch and r.epairs.1o the him t0 pay his bills out of that sum. is at his disposal,aa Is also the family more than 10,000,000 tons of freighta 4l ,
Ing almost to poverty. On' the big Island to visit: his pets These are Moreover, servants who expected to Fidelkommiss, which was also found- year would be transported by this LIVER TROUBLESBEST 11
writing table lie the papers and docu- of all sorts--stags, ro deer, gazelles, be pensioned in their old age, are being ed by Frederick William, for the ben- route.
ments of the day only, which are car rare goats, andxsheep, and birds of discharged from castles "and finding efit of princes to be born afterward, Of he proposed waterways as a FOR 0s
: ried off as soon is they have been attended every land.'They are all tame, and their way to the poorhouse.: and the house Fidelkommiss of the means of national' defence there has a
to .The i rule is that nothing are' said to be very fond of their Heavy taxation is said to be the Hohenzolern} family. been no more earnest advocate than CONSTIPATIONGUARANTLtD
shall remain more than twenty-four royal 'master. reason why the klns cannot obtain The Sultan of Turkey receives from Senator Morgan of Alabama. "SuchIs >l
hours'on that table, and there is no At 10 o'clock the sultan returns.to mars money to maintain his many I' the revenues of the crown domainsan the configuration of the coasts of a
waste paper basket his room and takes a frugal breakfast residences and relatives In royal amount variously estimated at I the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico," PRICE 50 CENTS
- His favorite room U his,library, or Jie i IB served by the head butler, Os- style and it transpires that an annual from $.OOO.OOO to 10000000. says! he, "and of the interior waters 11Ii
FOR SALE BY ALL
s libraries, of which he has four. The man Effendt, wno tastes each dish be- Income of at least $3.000000 wouldbe The civil list In Italy is $2,859,500. that are distributed along the entire DEALERS. Iic Iin
first Imperial library!: wag{founded by fore handing it to his master, and nobody necessary to keep the king's household and out of this an allowance of $76,* Itngth of this wonderful system, that IiII
Sultan Ahmed IIL One of them is else is present, unless it be, including the numerous princes 000 is paid to the children of the late it is our good fortune to be able, at ..-.
davoted exclusively to works on\Tur- rarely; some of the children., After had princesses, from running into Duke of Aosta, and an equal amountto a low cost, to give an interior mouth IIU
d Tcey and the Ottoman dominionsln all breakfast an hour or so is spent in deot the Duke of Genoa. in addition to its present exit to the IIh
v languages. It contains a strange collection -I the library where the Illustrated The Income Great Britain's king receives The Emperor of Austria-Hungary Is ocean, to every navigable river be- t;
S of manuscripts of books books are most used. Altogether there seems large but it is really also better provided for than the tween Cape Cod and Florida and be-
'which have never been published, that are some 10,000 volumes. At 1 quite small compared with the civil English King, receiving $3,700-000; ) twetn Florida and the Rio Grande; .erg Is Your Bathroom Modern? StAp
fz were bought up In order to prevent i o'clock punctually his majesty retires lists of other European rulers. In Other sums paid to foreign rulers and thus to connect all these water 9P' 0I
their circulation. Another section Is I to hi sbedroom for a siesta, while one fact, the Britishers are surpassed in (areBaden, $3- 0009; Bavaria, $1- courses by means of ship canals that
composed of works In Turkish, Arabic of the eunuchs or a picked man of the matter ,of liberals appropriationsfor 242,726: Belgium, $665,000: Denmark, will be''safe from Invasion by any If it U not, don't you think it is worth your while to examine ; n
l, and Persian, and these are kept the Albanian Guard stands outside the the state households and reigning $240,000 and $78.800 to the heir foreign power and from ;the dangersof r t
apparent -
in the best order, as. the librarianscan door. families by several leading' foreign ; France, $228,000; Greece ocean navigation."In into conditions, end remodel or rebuild it if necessary? !
read the titles and catalogue This U really the best rest he gets, countries. $260,000; Netherlands, $246,000; Portugal these channels now almost f
' them regularly, which they are incapable as he. often'works late Into the night, In Russia there Is no civil list, but the $557,000; Roumania, $201,000; completed by the hand of Nature It You cannot have too many safeguard for the health of yourself t
s I of doing with foreign product fad then goes tiredt o bed. The in spite of wars and revolutons $1,430,000 will be found that our naval defenceswill
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;fn1'( $ .460 Spain.
"- :ions. siesta lasts an hour and a half, when czar Is In possession of the enormous and Wurtemberg 403438.; be strengthened by war vesselsof ,and, family, 'especially the growing children. Bad or antique
+_ The sultan's day begins early. In he waked and at %:30 repairs revenues whch are derived from the will enable to
is softly Include These expenditures for the main- light draft. that us plumbing is u dangerous.to the health as good or modern plumbing!
of crown domains, which more
to the study for the labors dispense with many great ships of
the state. Here he works uninter- than a million square acres of cultivated tenance of royal families are colossal war that would otherwise be necessary is bcncfidaL Bettor,by fir to paT out money for good plumbing
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F GULF, CITY COFFEE CO., the ruptedly exception, often of till the past time midnight taken for with a I well as lands several and of improved the mines forests In, Siberia as-I the when president compared of the with United the salary States-of preserve even a for sea coast power defences that would or tar than for,doctor biHs! ,resulting'tiromdefecctivve sanitary equipment.The ',

f H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager. hasty refrehhment about sunset. All his total income_reaching: prob- $50,000 and about $25,000 for travel- equal; if it will not dominate, that of -\- ,-
Some of the received -
ing money
, (Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of thrown documents into brought disinfecting to him box are,, first and ably is$20,000000 said it is a Impossible year.It even to expenses.by foreign rulers may be put the greatest maritime powers., f cost of

then given to him by the first secretary approximate the income from all to good use in the employment of A Most Worthy Article. .: renewingyourbathroom
CoffeesOUR
Fine
Tahen Bey. sources of "William' II, German Emperor labor at courts and country resi-. When an article. has be'n on the furnishings
and King of Prussia. This dences, but when there i* a depres- -
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL this is interrupted market for years and gains friends -,
On
{ Fridays programme ruler receives $3,143,859. As the sion of business and these state allowances and the slight
t GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. often every year it Is safe to call this
by the Selamlik. and ,
representative of the reigning house are still made in additionto
in medicine worthy one Such is Bailard's of
audiences foreign diplomats
by -to the apIropri&tIon.of enormous -.S.--a.& extra expose
Horehound Syrup It positively J
the afternoon, which generally take
sums for the maintenance of armies obtaining the best
coughs and all
cures Pulmonary
of the 'garden
in other
place one or
and navies It Is obvious that the
beforehandin diseases. One of the best-known mer-- will in be
kisoques. Kbbody knowh ifiLty
ARE DUE burden tremen- r r
LICENSES people must feel the
t CASTOFF which room the, sultan means to chants In Mobile, Ala,, says: r .
sleep ,And he often only chooses him dously. "For five years my family has not 6 health atscraatt II I Ias
The United States contains territory I
THE WORRY self at the last moment It is alwayson than of the more countries been troubled with the winter coughswe well as
I OCTOBER 1st many
the ground floor however, and owe this to Ballard's Horehound \I
above mentioned combined. yet our ,,., a caving :-
Syrup. I know It has savpd children :
is watched my -
" the door always by some
of
president, who is the servant the
caused by inferior .laundry especially trusted eunuch, or Albanian The city ordinance, readsas people, manages to exist on a very from many sick spells.* C Inrepbills.

work and join the armed to the teeth. follows: small percentage of the sum paid .
On Wednesdays, FrIdays and Sundays NOTICE.
delinquentfor to most of the foreign rulers. We
satisfied throng that is there is generally a theatrical "Any person have also many heavy federal expenses 'The-.asacoU!! Bay Baptist Associa 'I
u getting the best laundry representation in the Court Theatre, more than 30 days in pay- but If hard times strike .thia one tion mil meets.east with of the OUv Olive station.Baptist Thursday church. Unquestionably; the best bathroom equipment made is the i 1

t. work that be fur- though Sunday is not a regular day. ment of licenses due shall be country It can not be said they are night at TJO, O'clock. October 25, continu famous*$tat6ri* Porcelain Enameled Ware, every piece of which i
can The theatre adjoins the dwelling due In degree to the amount of ing throuch the following Sunday, Octo
nished atThe rooms of the palace, and communicates required to pay a .penalty of money paid any our chief magistrate.; Off ber and 28 Sunday, 1 p. at m.the Dinner church Friday for *,n.Saturday.JL committee is Qncondiaonau'y guaranteed by the malers. We have samples in it
direct with the sultan's apart. 50 cent", the other hand when there is Jinan- has been appointed to meet trains oar showrooms. A conference with us will tJre yw ud helpful 'I
A ments. The stage' is roomy and well I per g cial trouble abroad the people may be -\0& '.'... 15. 1 and Everybody cordially "
Star Steam machined. but there are only three This notice is given pardoned for pointing to the excessive InvitedSo an that feel it their. -Os.
duty, can bring refreshments
four boxes fo rthe spectators the ;
9r burdens imposed upon them by --
place generally filled by the pit and through courtesy. rulers. CREW NOTICE.
the civil lists of their
j Laundry stalls being merely covered with a \V. G. DAILEY Neither the captain, owners ::1
I fine 37 E. Garden St Phon 114 Treasurer a Irene w11I be responsible for .
Sr that the actors shall never "City ONE STORM VIEW GIVEN WITH debts CGDtrac to* ** **. crew ,
Pcnucola Fla. turn their backs to it, and for the Office at People s, Bank, cor. EVERY 10c PURCHASE OR OVER. of Bald T .. .
I' same reason:the orchestra Is placed WEST FLORIDA. STEAM BAKERY. GULF TRANSIT'CO..A. aag
Palafox and Romana Sts. I
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be --some weight la that objection, if .. 'I : :;;;j t r-r''f'

this was a new-thing; U no such pairs f
f vact' of words existed now. but the English KH
.. language at the present time has
Mete i Hundreds of, words Afferent. in meaning -; Great r; '
; it and alike in spelling; and, there Rebuilding Sale (
is no confusion wnateyer in actual
l s
loTbbl Hi
f ENGLISH practice. Neither in. speech nor in ,
,writing is there any confusion in the ,: -1 I .
itveuu -'. started.all right 'four meanings, when I ,write: "A fast I t l : '
and luckily for Jack it.ended all ri he- man rarefy fasts"' or the "fast horseIs !

tire PElliNG "All on',account of Vulcanite," too. coal tied a "scuttle"fast. 'There on the is 'a roof scuttle".the.'crabs of: These Lilliputian Figures Linked<' to Collossa'Values >

lisa, "Vulcanite"Roofing "scuttle" awayand.thepirates '"scut (
th, tle" a- ship. ,
s ,; The btcond objection is .that by Make Profitable Reading 'jFir:
I DOOtis. is the only roof covering that makes striking out needless letters 'we shall 1 fr
hide the of the word. This Is f
history
Matthews Urges I, economical building possible. It '
. grander -
,
eat puts a roof on'your: houseahat not known as the etymological objection. __ ', ;/!
I only
rill! 1 The first answer.to that is that the
Teachers to ,Adopt i I lack .., IC\ costs trifle, but present spelling in a great many cases Undamaged :Damaged ..j ; .ft!

: make! it looks and suggests a false .origin., "rhyme" $': 0 A recommendable, dependable, commendable pur?: : ': t t.
Simpler Spelling. a.tart the "h" suggests ,that "rhyme" is de- Stock. Stock. .-. 4 I
is better than all !
3 \ .. !,, 1 others. rived from the Greek and has connec- >:i pose to repair and partially rebuild my store. Some goods i} xl I f
tion with In "island" the "s" consignment Greater damage to '
a "rythm. Large '
: were damaged, not all but I decided to inaugurate this \
,
suggests that "island" is, in some : '
The Journal Yondon'thaYeto the
to than .
building
Special to ((11))
evidence, R. L, Oct 19.Prof. I' 1 send out of town the way,French.derived either.In."tongue from the" the Latin"ue"or I of goods werefon' theirway Great, Rebuilding Sale, to move the stock, to facilitate. the the stock, but stock 4r; f'' \..t.. '

>nder Matthews discussed before" impl1.age for it sale either; it and in "comp'troiler: ,". the "mp"! sug-- here at: time of workmen. Prices on all goods reduced-purchase invigeven slightly damaged J! .# t
"cadon of English Spelling" Is.for rights gest that the word is from the French. "

.. audience of teachers Rhode at this Isand here in town by Other. false" derivations can be seen in storm, all included,_ in orating price inducements, with the extravagance squeezed will! be \sold at trade- s e'i; t'
ernoon's session of the "
I "debt "delight, "aghast, and s of sale be considered and winning prices that
Institute of Instruction. "neighbor." afreductionof out the'prices to remem-
A. M. Avery Hardware Co. this sale ,
Mr Matthews said in part: But even if all the accepted spellings bered. mean money saving. 'ti ,;' t
1 Fndish: is the worst ofallmodern. of the present time told the 15 cent. ,
D
Reduction I
25 '
AU6"??.,?, because its orthography is .' and nothing but the truth in truth.l per : per cent. ; If
ot reducible to rule. It's ,spelling Jso : to the origin of words'that .
. freakish so violent and, so absurd REASONS WHY no reason retaining a needless let t
'hat it rejects all analogies.The I ter. The history of the English lan j
i ideal spelling of any language ,,.. No. 74 guage has been worked, out-by scholarsYou "
V Clothing. Men's
ould be that in which there"was one : will find it in Skeat's Etymological Men's Shoes. .t

. I ,sound;,( for one symbol. There are forty Real FOUR-PLY Dictionary of the English languageOne ;ff
. in English and only twentyiree -
.
ounds 7lt'118.R4r19' would suppose from tne stress on -
- 0tg possible symbols. But that is the this objection, that the striking out of Not a Piece of Men's Clothing Damaged., For Business.'Dress or Street-All Correct. 4s r
Collars last
got the worst If we had loaded al- n i needless letters would immediately \

i most everyone of our twenty-three Laundry. Lion Brand destroy all the-books of the past in for $2.00 Shoe for $J.70 J:
$8.50
.' :;;vmbols with the dutyof representing i I which .the history of those words has $1 JXOO( Suits H
sounds, that would "
o nit two separate Collars are !:been recorded. Furthermore! it is not
l be bad enough but it would not be sohad i'any part of the function of spelling to $52100 Suits for $JO.20 $2.25 Shoe for $J.90 !
FOUR-PLY.
I as the situation which confronts all Y. 'represent the soddd of roe word. ,

.:1 15.Ift me illustrate what I mean. Here 15 cents each 2 for 25 cents.AT '*!There millions'are perhaps of: people a hundred now using and thirty the- $15.00 Suits for $12.75 '7 -' '$ .50 Cascade $2.12 .; fJ

is a list of English words, short Anglo- SHOPS Of these few
ALL GOOD English language. a
words in which..the spelling is '- .. -. Beacon
--- --
Saxon hundred thousand-a -million or two $16.00 Kuppenheimer $13.60 $3.00 Light $2.55 :
perfectly satisfactory: Sad, slap, self I if yon- want me. to admit as much- .
t sue;: strong strength. Here is a I have' a scholarly acquirement: with ? 1
second) group of longer words' derived who'knows anything at- all, about the' other languages and are interested in $20:0n; Kuppenheimer $17.00 $;3.50 Howard Foster $3.02$4.00JExceptional ,! t r.

from the Greek which are also. satisfactory growth of the English'language, knows"that the derivation.of. .words. Are we to -
: : evident ability peculiar, 'the English language; has been burden a hundred and twenty-five mil- $27.50 Kuppenheimer $23.25 $3.40 I '
.. :aemorial. monopoly biology.But slowly changing its spelling that, the lioa who can get more accurate,information
when' we look at*certain other spelling oftoday is simpler more accurate -. better "from books 1.'
i :Toups we are brought almost to the and on the whole better than i i And I ought to say also, that this turrnshipgs.
')rink of despair.. Take this group for the'spelling of'yesterday td that the etymological objection is never urgedby :
xample, perhaps the most famous ex- spelling -yesterday' .Is on the whole the real scholarsProf.. Skeat, the i '
Z1N nuues of the absurdity of our spell- simpler and more .accurate than the I'editor of the Etymological Dictionary; Shirts and [ t i
'nR which exist: Coughs dough, thor- 'spelling of-the day before''Testerday Dr. Murray. and Dr. Bradley the editor .' tlats. Extras. .
}u
.lough.fords And here with again. sound are four.of been"change&' In-Shakespeare's" "bat"'time"sun"was editors of the three American dictionaries .' '$1.50 Cluct 1 Shirts at. .:. . ;: . ; . . .$ : '
beginning the ;, ,spelled "sunne; was I are all members .of the Simplified .

":[n. There know pneumonia are seven words gnaw, in mnemons. which- ysshemusic"spelled ;tbatte;" "fish".:w'a was' spelled spelled! ) Board.of spelling They is know to represent that the.the object -] $3.50 STETSON'S $1.00 MonarchrShirt i at. .- ... . . .1 ?. . . l : .1 .T

he sound of "e" in "let"'is represent- "musicke "era" was spelled "aera," Soft., : rf.v 9'I'i'I'i: ,
; sounds as simply satisfactorily as Shirt "kt. L.
50c
Princely . . . !
d different com- "economic was mi. .
by seven symbols and spelled oen possible and not ,to give information :. .:; :
,ination of symbols Let, heifer eke." The changes in these words are Stiff . . 2.95 Y.
: says or misinformation about thE .origin ;
'iany, head leopard, said: only a few ,examples of thousands of of the word. It is the half-educated I $1.50 Union Made OVe', alb. . ::.>; . . . .$ ; ; y
The sound "sh" in "ship" 'is repre- others that' have been' made; and all man who wants this. lIe likes to be :t '
I $1.00 Union Made .. . . . 85c
combinations la accord with the
ented by eight distinct : these changes are able to guess at the derivation, and his $3.00. ANSON'SSpecial If' '
hip, suspicion, ocean, anxious sure, principle of simplification by omission willing to- put a burden on,the ,rest I / ., ; .;v >
'science, notion issue. I which has been at work from the be of us to gratify this whimsy. He :: Nice line of Boys' t
There is nothing like it in any' other ginning. It is at.work now. It is the seems to think: that a word looks pret- II
anguage: in the world. It is this ab- principle' which has led the National tier because these needless letters'are at. d .fU..1. *s. 2.55. Clothing-complete I ?' t
urd misspelling which makes it hardor Educational 'Association to recommend preserved. .'. I wish to sell the goods
.' Contrary to custom adye -I
children to learn the English lanvage the omission of "me" from "pro- Not 'I Innovators.; J i1*; f 'i tl r 7 ,pt. knee ,pant suits-ages f .f

which causes them to waste gram," of ''the "ue" from catalog." It There is a third objection of far $2.00 tised. My\ great desire is to operate this store on such 8 17 !
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to
recious years, and which forces themo will be active in the future; but it has more weight. This is the plea that HrqfI1.SS: years, at one- -f r. '

: reject the results of observation I been_ irregular, .casual,. intermittent any change of/any kind is confusing! Hats 'f--*: .l genuinely frank principles that people may learn to turn quarter off regular "
nd It is'this ridiculous spell- f fat.
analogy. If only it COUld oe accelerated some-:that the one thing we want is something ;

Dg which makes it hard for .the for- thing might be done to make English!I fixed, final and: indisputable.The . . . 1.70 to i it with confidence. In these days of exaggerated adpnces.. i
igner, here or abroad to acquire spelling less of a reproach to the people force of that objection Is somewhat '- l

English and which therefore retards who use it.The 'I lost when we consider that thereis ,. .... -:...... vertising and .misrepresentation, it will be interesting to > .. ; : : ,
he of. that -
spread English... Something of.
/ task. accelerating Ancient } not, now any fixed xjrthogra'phy' :: 'tf
ought to be done. and honorable process of simplify. the and th there $1.35'Soft 'G06f-t1AKE- is" sincere.: The reaAU other I
English language, t. know there: at l least one store wholly: : goods ,f .;;
Not Phonetic Reform.If in? English! spelling by casting out 'never has been. The list of alterna- : i 1. II'

the two peoples who speak the silent and useless letters is the lass!itive spellings at the end 0: every dictionary ...._ .. son for this sale is explained and ObvIous-the recent damaged sold In pro- J "' :, ii ,

French English are language, if they were were logical governed as the by has which undertaken.the Simplified It was Spelling for! that Board special -.;j!;year the will,spelling show of that.English Year does after improve Stiff. ... .\,. 1.20 storm used us about all alike. portion. 'ii't tt .
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that the Board was -i
purpose organized
an autocrat as the French were in the ; it does become simpler; need
- and that purpose is shown in its less letters are cast out. What we.
time of Napoleon should call in L
we title. It is the "Simplified Spelling! propose to do as I'have said:is to-a! 1
the men of science, and should modify -
Board"-to simplify, and to simplifyby celerate the process."' What those'vtbO!i

bois and, until increase every ourtwenty-three, one of ,them represented sym- omission. But the board was so urge this their objection propose to do TRUNKS HOSIERY "
conservative that it began by making t. C "I
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exactly one sound and one is to stop it. They have had the troUt i 13
/ sound only. But the population of no recommendation of its own. It se- ble of learning the complicated absurdities .
Great Britain where pur language"was lected three hundred words where the of our orthography and they!; .Jf HAND BAGSVALISES NECKWEAR
simplest spelling the more logical and want to take the profit from their la
and the of the
developed population
United States where now dwells the more compact spelling' was more-or bor. They also want to impose that. ( : :. Off. SUSPENDERS IU Off. ::1!

large: majority of those who use it, are ed less to in show use. their It asked sympathy those who with wish-this labor upon future generations.: That I, .3\\ '
seems to me a singularly un-American, :
not as'logical as.the French, and theyare movement to better English ortho argument. | : : if

not governed by an autocrat. Theyare graphy to agree- to use ,these three Those who want to stop the car of! # *
fond of
happy-go-lucky compromises hundred 'simplified forms or as many ,progress "are the innovators;" they i iI
They are In the habit of -
governing 0':
themselves and of having their of them as they chose. |I I are asking something new. We are'' rtl ANSON The Cash Clothier :
own way and of taking no orders The Approved Last. ;: not We who are urging simplified!j ;
from any autocrat Phonetic reformof This is the list of three hundred spelling are urging a process natural i
any kind therefore is hopeless. To words which President Roosevelt has to the English language long estab- r;
Rend time in setting forth its possible approved. This is the list which has lished and certain to continue. They Cor.MainandPalafoxStreets.t i
ask that the I
irresistible flow of
iivantage' is to waste time. been approved by the Board of Super the ;
This is one reason why. the Simplifed intendents of the City of Xew York. English language, which has spread : _
abroad al! tha i
through I
Spelling board has not advocatedany This is the list which has been warm- ( seven seas, ,
scheme of phonetic reform. And: ly welcomed and promptly acceptedby shall be dammed once for all They I ''"'''<' = i
It does not intend to advocate anything an immense number of business ask that the English language shall,

of the sort. I say this emphatically houses throughout the whole United abdicate raphy. its right to better Its orthog to,the oral Jackson, Alex. McVoy inspectors; Ollie I ...................................... .. ............
because so many of the opponents States. Sooner or later the Board willissue' cannot read, he is exposed J -
of our movement have accused other' lists all based on the Help the Children. solicitation of the ward heeler and the I ?StCNoNA. D. Nicholsen: J. O.i ..
us of being phonetic reformers. If principle of simplification by omissionof Are you going to join the party of I henchman of the boss.: Just as soon i Ward.Wigg1.ns.clerk.E. A. Tucker' inspectorsD, ; i Southern Grown Nursery Stock i ii

they do so hereafter In'spite of our silent..letters, inertia and to say "Let bad enough as he.can read arguments of another Precinct No. 8-Taylor Crabtree J A. ,
::1 formal disclaimer, they will be dishonest Now", what are 'the objections to simplified alone," or are you going to join us,and I I kind can be put into his hands and he of L. Mathias. A. Fleming, inspectors. ; L. i True- Natome. f
' for there is, a dishonesty of spelling! There are several, lend a hand! You teachers know bet-I will be nearer to the possibility McCallum Precinct, No clerk 9-J: A. Gilmore, M. Stur- ;t
:.1'1 1I 1I carelessness, ,as well as a dishonesty I and some of them at first sight seem tr than anybody else how great Is becoming a good American citizen. divant, J. T. FHliagim, inspectors; P. M. Z Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one t '
sake of the men
.
the
for
of intention. rather plausible.The the waste of time by the present con- Help'us also Prichett, clerk.Precinct '
Xow.hat is the Simplified Spelling first objection is that,by striking dition. Help us then for the sake of all around the world who want Eng C.No.J., lO-J.Ward,.T.Inspectors Rtesby. ;Burgess A. T. : year Peach, Strawberry, Roses, Shade and Ornamental : ..
Board urging if *i is not urging phonetic out needless letters we shall havea the .foreigner in this country and we lish to get acquainted with our literature Brprs.. o Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a ti
i reform! There is at least one lot of words spelled alike and yet have millions cf them and are likely to do business with us. Our great Precinct No 11-J- W. Emmons. W. C. ;'
commercial rivals French and German Williams, W. L. Mlms inspectors; J. B.Stewart name, or cheerfully refunded. Write for i
iC thing that can be done. Every one meaning'different things. There might to have millions more. So long as he"Fresh i money
have been simplifying their spell PrecInct. cle-rko No. 12-J- N. Andrews. W. L. price list at once. :
C -- --- lag and; if we are to meet them on Moyer F. F. Bingham inspectors; C. E.

A Of1 D an simplify equality ours of whjch competition is very we much must Wt1On.Precinct'It'rk.No. 13-Thos. W. Kent Jas. C. C. R. LONG Nurseryman Andalusia Ala J': "
.J
L_ JUc Clark. Otto Whit, inspectors; Julius : : : :
theirs.
worse than : ; ,
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Help us for the sake of the Englisl'language MprecincterNo. 14 Brown Dixon B. 001. ... >
Itself, that it may be better Reed.lrcl Joljn. Bole, Inspectors; Abe 1:iII

equipped for: its manifold uses: that it I Drr tarteNo. 15-T. S. Caro, Phil Sanchez .
may be more fit for adoption as a James Whitehead inspectors; J. E. Unsurpassed, Correctly Describes
world language. The adoption of a Riera, derk. r
that the people Precinct No. 18-H. H. Batcher Luke Our RIBBONS and CARBONS R
Y world language. means Flowers. Jas. Hubbird inspectors; W. B.No : ;
of the world will no longer be cut off Jlubbird, c1..rk. In
( Quality
will : A. W, i ,
aB i>y barriers- speech, that they Precinct 17-J. E. Spoon.
mderstand each other The adoptionif Majors Hiram Suggs inspectors; T. N. RIGHTS In Wearing.Abilities: j ri:

a world language is a step towards.,Apar fu eW. 18-J. W. Bowman. J. A. ( In Price. '1
:universal peace on earth and good will Williams H. C. Johnson inspectors; T.
I I towards men. J. Cushion,, clerk. Coo's :Booli. Store -1'; f'
Precinct No. 19-A. B. FUlinsim. F. M. .
j i Wood! E. A. Hall., inspectors; J. B. New Brent Building. Phone 235. -' '

b O LIST OF CLRKSCHOSEN Cooper Precinct clerlt.No. 2O-WI I:. McCurdy, M. .g
I F. Martin. Bill Newberry. inspectors; : aITI.
Mark McCurdy clerk. '
Precinct No' l-John Bea )I. E. Hen- 1
AND INSPECTORS., derson. J. Al: Patterson inspectors; C. R.
t I Vaughan clerk. E. N. G. DeSILVA :& COMPANY ;
Precinct No. 22-W. M. Bowman. .
j I
I Jernigan. J. H. King inspectors; W. JL .

Roasted Coffee?-bah !I. Arbuckles was the first roasted packaged BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i I Mayo.Precinct clerk No.: 23-H. C. Kellum. D. W.

Mother didn't use fresh roasted coffee, v coffee. TO CONDUCT THE j Bowman.Seymour W.clerk.J. Kellum, inspectors; R. J. Cali fill orders for lumber, sash, doors, win- ,

Ae had Arbuckles.' The pores,of each coffee berry are sealed NOVEMBER ELECTION. dow Glass and all material. : .

after roasting with fresh eggs and granulated SIR KNIGHTS, ATTENTION We won't be able to make special work -
The way to get a good cup of coffee that hold the ,Precinct No. 1-D. M- Cherry James Regular conclave of ; ,-
b sugar to goodness in and make the Jones.:: G. W. Andrews inspectors; A. ,Coeur de Lion Commandery. for few dayS Send orders.
!J2 like Coffee with all the delicious Savor ,. a your .,
coffee settle dear and quickly; an actual application Bf' td: aroma intact, is to buy a package of the by machinery, of "Mother's"methods-.' ire PrecInct J.F. H lton. rsW. H. White, at TJO p. m.. Uanday I- 'r"

od!1 original Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee and as patented,by this firm. c14'rk Precinct No. S-W. W. Klrksy Harry work Oct. 22 in? Balloting R. C. degree.and Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO :
; .
iu:w it as you want to use it, first warming it a little totelcp Sold'coly i ia pKkaca. .;aU for fe )Lewis.foTriIl.EG.clerk.Precinct .. Brewton Inspectors G. A. Sojourning Sir Knights .. :. -J.
I d. IuD w abL S.b far 37 yen'--.J i. c.6oed iela ci all ILe astir pdu ed No. 4-3ohn'Longren., E. Pad- ;
\ the flavor and make the grinding easy. Coffee col-. ,The Im csfce foe yw to dak,nd MM*JM Mey. baids.M nt.'lm Briggs inspectors; John Gates in-i'\. t

l w its identity as Coffee., after. being ground ot exposed to .s.,;.;, s,., me old cagee. I rm deck Wl mpdr. wale to Ciprecinct No.J.. C. Cowan. Alex. IIARRT W. GIBBS .
tc: ; Webb. W. A. Waters, inspectors. Jas. E. c If like The Joum'alj tell neighboippS.
:air !' _t ,' v Or.. :!f'.i : icholsen clerkPhr.fyrt 1-, '__. r'PF'G p.I. I I W 'w W' T1?PT>W, ]I'. Tiff ,


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M"ORNING.f OCTOBER: 21 1908.APPROPRfATE !
_ E: THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. ,. SUNDAY -
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\ '..... B ; Ufrl;; IFUL this las week.Francis will Blumer.. .be held The with meeting Mrs ... ._ .,, : <.;::"- o.- :, ,.. ./ -- C
tz r root 1 ; = ; :: !' !/' f ,.toi:: .. ;;( :; ..;; ;! ill
James MoHuga, at her residence
: 4' COMPLEXIONS25o Government street.
:

"iAN ttI.r- Mrs. Rollo M. Hinebaugh'andElittle ; < }'.; \ : :'

this.with60w0a e the cent names stamPS aI daughter Virginia, who have been ,' d y c.Ol1:

4 pi" Eio pl L' D' EVENTSBY addresses as to have one.cent a()lovely f twentT.Jad1ea nature} color and a learn* wag how as expected spending..home some to-day.time, in Atlanta: are ,.< ." ..._...,*':" ;.:. : ; ;J

you live.,This method ns nowthe=metal '
vealed public. for There the are first no tlrfe cosmetics, bleaches, Mr. James T. Gerelds: has returned e ,:. &\"

AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD I face powder, or other poisons In this. from f trip to Birmingham, wherehe P& X
Pimples, blackheads and discoloration method. spent' a few days visiting with his jO *e
this
No. 38 After 3 P. M. disappear forever under mother. toy eo e-
Telephone Women and girls who wish to be beautiful .1.1 8 0 e e9
will be ,taught the simple laws of ;;i.. / Q8> Ot ems o <.
beauty, and"they will learn how the most Mr. and Mrs. Walter Betsworth o'a b9.ef e <.v. )at and controlled c9.g.: c
beautiful of Paris guided
women leave to-day for a visit with Wends '( e
:R m2! .-. !i :;otI :,>> ofof ':: ; "r..t ,, _T 1-1'- ; 0 JIImIBm_ ." __ appeared by Master upon ,the Gypsy scene and Greek played minds the and relatives in Bagdad.Little o o.'IY' a s4aoyA : .

game of life and carried everything be- -""' e At Sob4
fore them with their bright eyes and unrivalled Emma Marie Licata, who has f..1 c.
t < PRIZES The complexions.J. been quite ill of tonsilitis, is recov e..ct key 4 e tee o
.Journal's Fashion Feature L t'f.f.q6.
Daily 1- MOCKLEY, 1133 Broadway 1 area* 0"-
FOR CARD PARTIES. New York. ering. to the delight of her many et't (f\1
With the autumn days of canning ,. friends. tl!fef&e._ _\-'IP?1 1.e ex 6"1 n\1:
peachea and haunting the millinery _' tp1 ya5erttct oat:
Openings, and hanging curtains comes Mrs. Susie Leeds, of Frankfort, Ind., 9 o.at J'-yaa 0' ac's
the re-organisation of the card party 4000 OKS.4DDD is the guest of Mayor Bliss and b';"V-\\1): 69'te,6 ,
be
(and with it (the beginning of the family at their pretty home, 410 t et"o."f\; C
'troubles of the bridge of euchre hostess South Florida Blanca treet. Mrs. o9 .of'o ysb.s.5 $ *
whose lot it is to buy the prizes. l. Here are some of the September and Leeds and family resided in Pensacola \ ? f..9o 41sc <
The course of events has long been October books: several years ago, and may taut a
"The Leader. Mary Dflllon, au- ,
_' of somewhat this nature. :Mrs. So- thor of "In Old Bellaire by etc. up their residence here again in he *: }&*?3 t ,So' :!
andiSo smiling, and apparently' cheerful "Anthony Overman by Miriam MIch- spring. \
offers her home and her hospitality elson author:of "In: Bishops Carriage -
k -'i--o.
etc. A fine 'of San ,Francisco before Sv
w.A.oe
story t-a. '
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for the next bridge afternoon. She the earthquake.. Mr. C. C. :Goodman will leave tomorrow 01_ *sg40
Z then proceeds to use up most of her The Incomplete Amorist," by E. Nes- for Montgomery,. where he .:.te
nervous energy in planning the refreshments bit. Just out in book form. 1./ sdl1'e
and in deciding how to j "Tonto, Son of the Sierras" by Gen. will goon business connected with : ot
KIng. An 'Army:and Frontier.. .story that his firm. He will be gone about two > 'flIt
Invest the sum of money tn will be'a great seller. days. J \.
trested to her care for 'prizes. 6he 1 .Also "Katrtna.'.Second Violin"" "Sir .':;'.-"i1-. f; a1. yAiOl1aaJ
John "Bal- .
spends day or two wandering aimlessly COn.tantiDe..fax Fargus. ..
a "
ance of Power," eta. "Mr.: M. V. Butler, formerly a member 1.1"I' ,.
around the shops going from 11.60. and II.Jo-mine, IL20 'de$L1trices. of the firm of Butler Bros.. of a\
one department to another, and becoming Also Foster's ; (hiat'Manual, Foster's this \
city, was in the city yesterday
Complete Bridge Elwell on Bridge.
more and more disgusted <
Street's Whist Up to .Date, Ames on shaking hands with his many friends ,.
with the inapproprlateness of everything Bridge-$I toHARRY$Ue. here.The Butler brothers now live lY \\.8
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In Batson Texas, and are enjoying
the of 0t
To-day problem buying
deal of
great prosperity.
h prizes has been made a simple one, a "" .-t..",..
r J1 due to a department store Innovationthe r.T.HOWLAND, Mrs. A. D. Brown left yesterday
reserving in a special isecton
noon for her cld home In Ohio be --f
p of two or three counters for articles I Manager, De Luna Book Store, to .
It appropriate for card party prizes. The De Luna St, Phone 1491. absent several months. She was accompanied '
r latest collection is mostly from as far ,g Evergreen, Ala., A
I abroadail litHe ornaments in a great by her daughter, Mrs Marion Clutter,

variety of styles, from the real practical L ate the name of the beloved presidentof who was Joined there by Mr. Clutter
article to the fanciful conceit i the Confederacy. There remains and both will remain for a fewweek's

which is more ornamental than use- K'I but one daughter, Mrs. HayeS, of Colo visit
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fcl Thera are novel smoking sets rado.
//alwajs a good suggest'on for the It has often 'been a matter of wonderment Mrs. W. Harrison and two little
man's prize, which is sure to cause I to those who did'not under. daughters, Lolla and Annie, leave today THE CORRECT THINGA I
( the hostess more anxiety than the selection stand the reason, why Mrs. Davis for Montgomery where they will
of the more easily chosen spent her last days away from those spend several weeks visiting relatives.
prize for the "lady championAl.. ...t i11g who loved and respected her so, and Mrs. -* ."* .-*:*.
cohol inkstands August McCoy and three children wedding Invitation of all things demanded by social
lamps library ornaments made her home in the north. It is custom
.l
.. of Bay St. Louis Miss., will should be correct in form, and made of fine stationery. It is bc'tsr
all of desk .
1 and sorts accessories said that as age came upon her, MrsDavis' .
are on hand, some in design );. H physicians recommended the arrive here to-day on a visit with not to Issue any Invitations at all than to send out something &3

especially appropriate for the winnerat : <.;. illtt z change,. as a southern climate was so her sister, Mrs. John Quigley.. Is unfashionable or of poor material. If you wish to get absolntJy!

(. a bowling tournament, some at enervating to her delicate state of Mrs. J. E. Mofavi d will leave to- the correct thing consult J. P. STEVENTS ENGRAVING CO. ttj
cards. 't. 0 health that her life would be prolonged day for Montgomery, where she will fashionable engravers, 47 Whitehall street Atlanta Georgia.
: t Among the prizes which are shown "i bv This establishment produces the latest styles fast
making her home in the be the guest of Mrs. J. M. Cody dur as as they are
uitabl for the woman, is a, jewel j north. the elite of London New York.
\ r f'f The advice of the physicians ing the Montgomery fafr.7t.t. accepted by or Samples sent tree
box. It is a heavy secure looking box : was reluctantly followed. After Incessant of charge. Don't delay; write this house to-day.
fine crossed with of the silk,
Child's dress.of cashmere or was straps
woolen material or silk. The model each end of which was fastened down friends. persuasions of relatives and The members of the Friday Afternoon
by a pearl button. The skirt was Euchre Club were the guests
THE STORE FOR was of green and white checked silk, plaited! In at the waist and was inset Friday afternoon _the remains of last week of Mrs. Chas. ttupert at
trimmed very narrow strappingsof with, squares of lace, crisscrossedwith Mrs. Davis arrived in Richmond and her home on East Wright street
the same silk, and tiny white pearl the silk straps and ornamentedwith the funeral was held from St Paul's Mrs. J. G. Ynlestra.was the winner of "
buttons. Wide Irish lace insertion or buttons. The short sleeves were church. The body was placed at rest the ace prize, Mrs. Will Furgeson Get
; CHILDRENSSHOES allover was. let into the waist on each finished by a narrow gathered ruffle' beside that of her illustrous husband, captured the consolation, Mrs. M E. it at D'Alemberte's"

side the front, and formed a yoke, of 'lace to match the Insertion and: and thus ended the mission on earthof Levy the lone hand, and Mrs. Harris *
which was square, with a collarless the belt, which was in one with the' a good and noble woman. the booby. The next meeting will 1Cooper's
neck. The lace on each side the front dress, was of silk, machine stitched by, ww be with Mrs Willie Walker at her
u and down the outside of the sleeves way of finish. I MEMBERS OF CONCORDIA CLUB home 706 East Wright street.
TO GIVE A 'PARTY.
II J5 Relief
jfc
t I .jg Quick
I The members of the Cpncordia Club I M -. W. E. Mathes has returned
made of copper and brass-a metal able mental attainments, she was a I will tender a'dance and fcard party to. from a pleasant visit with friends
combination which is seen in my of brilliant conversationalist, and one of I their lady friends some time this I In El Dorado, '
nLJ.
t the arrivals from abroad. Its lining the best read women of her time. A, week. Scud .
: ANDHOSIERY is of green velvet, and a formidablelock work which will live long to perpetuate The announcement of a social eventto I Mr. G. C. mo ee left last week 50 cents .
and Key guard the treasures her memory as well as thafbf her be given at, theConcordia will be for a trip to New Ybrk. He will
within. husband, is the biography of the great received with pleasure by those who combine business with pleasure and f rCooper's
Also in copper and brass is the Confederate chieftain which she have enjoyed thehospitality of the trill return home In a few weeks.

smoking set, consisting of three wrote, and which is the most comprehensive club and appreciate the pleasant even-. .." .
pieces on a copper tray-the cigar work of this nature.ever'published ings spent there In'the past. 1M '8. J. G. :Majettd has returned New .

holder the match box holder and the giving to the world, as It does, Last season therdub Inaugurated a from a pleasant visit of several Discovery ,
cup for burnt matches or for cigarettes an insight into the noble characterand regular Thursday night card party and months duration In Virginia South
The narrow bands of bright deeply religious life which charac- dance which was eagerly. looked for Carolina and Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Ma-
brass on the reddish copper are ex terized the home.life of both Mr. Davis ward to by the wives, daughters and Jette was accompanied home by her
ceedingly effective. The smoking set, and his family. friends of its members.. sister, Miss Stellan, who will spend $$1.00SEE
with the elks head at the top, would One of the incidents of Mrs. Davis' It has not. been' decided as yet the winter with her.

please the sportsman. All its parts, life, and one which went far,to show whether the weekly card parties will Mr. _. L. Bass .
made of horn or brass, relate to the the strength and gentle dignity of be resumed,'but It is thought. probable /York City, where he has will gone remain to New fora
chase, with the*horseshoe in prominence her character was the sale-of her old that they will be.: few days
., the guns, the whip and the home Beanvoir in :Mississippi few The date of the entertainment to be on business..- -J.! WINDOW DISPLAY
a.
given this week will be
horn. years ago. ; announcedlater. Miss Annie Langley, who has been
The copper letter rack Is accept. How glady would the people of the 111 with the prevailing complaint,
-- able to one and particularly so south have maintained a home for ..J;!!.
-- any SPECIAL: SERVICES IN ILaGrippe Is out again to the gratification -
to the traveler. It is arranged so thatit this beloved one of the Lost Cause, MEMORY of her many friends.
1 .r 1t folds up, and the small inkwell but with a true woman's delicacy of CF' MRS JEFFERSON: DAVIS. W. A. D emberte

::: '\[ aIn which is under a 'copper nap in front accepting anything which savored of Special services will be held at 'Mr. Frank Strange of Brooklyn, I
--, I may be tightly fastened and secured charity, Mrs. Davis appeared before Christ Church this afternoon at four Ala., Is here on a visit to friends.
.' 'When the rack is folded. the legislature of Mississippi and offered o'clock, in memory of Mrs. Jefferson 'Ke will remain Jn Pensacola for several -
Brass candlesticks are always a de- Beauvoir for ,sale, on conditionthat Davis. weeks.A Druggist and Apothecary
it ? Well, I guess! Whenit sirable addition to one's collection of it be used as a home for Confederate Rev. P. H. Wha'ey will conduct the -'If.o.o.>;t.

comes to school Shoes that pretty things and some that are on veterans. services and an invitation is extendedto number of Pensacola people will 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
view in this,particular foreign collection What a picture she must have madea the Veterans' Memorial Association attend the reception to the bridal
stand hard knocks, gives com- are straight slender square col- picture grandly pathetic-which, the Children of the Confederacy party which Miss Georgie McMullen,

fort and wears well, we are umns ,in dull brass with their only could it have been painted, would and the Daughters of the Confederacy.The of Greenville, Ala., tenders her sis-
ornaments, brass lion heads at the I have made the artist famous and left members of the above named
strictly in the lead. Why not base. to the world a gem, reminding one of societies are requested to sit In a
get in the swim and secure The perfume set In the sketch is the great pathos and vicissitudes In- body In the church. REST ter, Miss Eula B. Mcrfullen, and her CLOTIlES

: something new .and'comes from cident in the journey of life. wedding attendants, on next Tues- CLEANED AND PRESSED.
Shoes for your children that France. Three. small cut glass ,bottles This woman, twice a queen offer Mrs. B.. M. Solomon, two childrenand While You Work. day evening at her home in Green- To have your fan and win .'ti*..
stands the test. That's ours.Boys' are in an engraved glass cup ing her home, clothed as It was in nurse left yesterday for a visit That sounds paradoxical, but the ville. The reception is given prior: cleaned pressed and repaired. and .u< n:
which fits into a, brass holder In empire sacred memories of the past for sale! with Mr. Solomon's parents In Mont reasoning is correct to the wedding of Miss Mullen and food condition, send them to a$ "*
a Shoes, sizes 2)4 to ornamentation. Wreaths and But her indomitable spirit the spiritof gomery. They will return to Penea- Rest signifies "comfort" and there's Mr. Sockhoff of this city which occurs do everything work. Ladles'(n that work line and gnarantrt'car Tn

5/. $1.50 to $3.00Youths' I garlands from the designs. The independence the spirit or the cola after a two week's visit. comfort In working with a clear next Wednesday I Uemens membership rates a pec.alt SLOO (*r
; hand mirror shown here has a frameof south was paramount, and was with ;;,, brain, steady nerves, possessed of the -'i'J: month. AU work called for and d*:.TirrcA
r. ( Shoes, sizes 1 to French gilt in dull finish. Its her to the last. She would not even Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Rock and conscious power to "do things" and :Mrs. John Orr.ana baby who have I Phone 1372E8CAMBIA.

2, $1.50 to $2.50. I scheme of decoration is the ornate accept a home with her daughter, baby, are visiting with Mrs. Roch still have a lot of thought and energy been visiting Mrs. Orr's mother, Mrs. PRESSING CLUB,
French style, in flower and scrolls, Mrs. Hayes, but lived a quiet retired relatives in Toulminville, near Mo stored up for more work. Alex. Reed have returned to their I WALTER 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET.
Little
Gents' Shoes, sizes i and IB especially fine workmanship life in New York, supporting herselfby bile. To be in fashion nowadays one home In Canada. MOULTON MANAGER

9 to 13#, $LootMisses' $2.50. I The handle Is unusually long. means of her pen. beenat must be able to do something ,well : I __
Miss Alice McLellan, who has Mrs. A. E. ZelIus, who has been
Several styles of alcohol lamp used The funeral services at Hotel majestic that requires activity and correctly f
Shoes, sizes 11.,2 I for lighting cigars are found in this preparatory to shipping the re Freeport for some time. has returned thought out plans. quite ill for several. days,. is able to.fI
to 2,.'$1.25 to $0Childrel new prize department One which is mains to Richmond, wer hold! 'M111rq- to her home in Pensacola. The "gentlemen of leisure" belongto be up again. j I The Best Is What We Sell"

I 's Shoes sizes 8/2 I I appropriate for the .bowling expertis day, and were private only membersof The friends In -Pensacola of Judge a former era-not In demand in Mrs. D. Hale .Wilson;:;:,. and littleaugh'er 1!

the bronze,figure of a boy holdingun the family and repreaentat..v.-," Chas. Swavne of the Northern DIs- this country at the present time. The Elizabeth. have returned ;;,
to 11 $1.00 to $2.00.Infants' the round bronze ball lamp. At the United Daughters of the Confed- modern gentleman is a "doer"-not
trict of Florida, are pleased to learn a cam a pleasant visit to* Memphis, '; We have receivedour
t
being present.It "
all fallen.
I Shoes sizes 1 to his feet are the ten pins eracy that he Is recovering from quite a mere "looker on- Tennessee. .
strike had has always been a matter of regret '
probably Indicating that a Individuals differ' In their : -
abIltY'to :
serious illness at his home at G-uven- ".:. .
.* 8, 50c to $1.15.Babies' been made and thus accounting for that no son was left to perpetu- court, De!. Judge Swayne expectsto plan and execute' but human ener- Mrs. Alex Reed has recovered new. :

Soft Soles and his triumphant attitude. The other 0- __ be In Pensacola November 7th. gy Is largely derived from food. And from an illness'of over a week's duration -
lamp Is a round brass one attached .-n.., that: food Is best which supplies all and Is able to be out again, Buckwheat
Mocassins, in all colors, 25c,! to a long 'piece of horn with brass Mr. Raymond Shuttleworth, who the requirements with the least expenditure -'*:-J.IL '

35c and 50c. finishings went to New Orleans several weeks of bodily (digestive) effortto Mrs. C. H.. Chum and son, Charles ,Pancake FlourRalston's :
Besides i I II ago to attend the races, has returned convert It Into action. have arrived In Washington, after
j
Black Cat Hosiery, the PASSING OF MRS. DAVIS borne.Mr. Grape-Nuts, the product of a food pending several day's in Atlanta. Breakfast

f kind that has no rip the best, MOURNED BY ENTIRE SOUTH. : :J3JJ. =. expert's experiments and practical They will visit friends for a few : ,
"Leaves have their time to fall, I I .. and Mrs H. Horsier, who reIn appl'cation: during many years, contains weeks and then go 'to housekeeping. Food i
|1 school hose made, in all' And flowers to :wither at the north : Tasting Goodcandy New Orleans attending the conventIon : the nitrogenous elements of ,

| :weights ,and all sizes-but wind's breath. of the Knights of Pythias and field graIns (wheat and barley) that Your money entitles you to the i Hominy Grits,
And stars to set but all- I Rathbone Sisters, are having a royal repair tissue-waste. This waste Is best Get Blue Ribbon Lemon and I
i one ,price,:25c pair. j All seasons are thine' own, Oh death." must possess the time. They are expected home this greater or Jess in accordance with the Vanilla. Absolutely pure go' twice Cream of Wheat
And thus they are going-very fast week. far and tie "Blue Ribbon Flavor0 ,
g We have the handsomest'' qualities of a really good activity the individuaL i as
it seems of late the brave men and ..::t--L.; It contains! also the carbohydrates is perfection. Ask for the, 25c size. Oatmeal
E t styles in Children's. fancy:' heroic women who were the links food if it is to stand the Mr.,and Mrs. Laz Jacoby and their or starch element -(changed in mak-i ,

top Shoes in the city. In fact : which bound the younger generationto test of a high-grade con- attractive daughters have moved intoa lag Grape-Nuts into soluble sugar ONE STORM VIEW GIVEN' WITH Grape-Nuts '
,
EVERY 10c PURCHASE
the great civil war t-igedy of 1865. pretty home on North Barcelona for absorption into the blood stream) i OR OVER,
our juvenile department is; The passing of :Mrs. Jefferson Davis fection.Nunnally's. street,. where they will .In future reside which the vital forces convert Into WEST FLORIDA' STEAM. BAKERY. Shredded Wheat
f at Hotel Majestic, in New York, a few Their home' at FlshTville, 3t.
and fit ,
energy
F complete we your Candy _
days ago, brought sorrow tothe en- which was slightly! damaged by the It also
r contains the highly Important Biscuit

children's feet as nature in tire south. Although, her last days possesses the above at- storm will soon be In repair' again phosphate of potash whIch the FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE ,

tended. I and were reverenced not spent among her most those still who the loved re.Bret tributes. We have it Mr. Ddward P."'"Preston's.m,. has recovered system elaborates, by combining with __CAPTURED HERE and many other

;: Come take a look, buy .ifJ i wag 'as C genuine as U she had fresh all .the; 'time. from an attack of LaGrippe, which albumen: of brain Into the and delicate gray matter I Bennie King, a negro, who Is a fugitive 'CEREALS.Rosenau
3 1 I been removed from the midst of her kept him confined to his home for nerve centres. I from Alabama and for whom a .
J you please. "I beloved people with whom she faced several days.Captain Where Grape-Nuts forms the basis of 11. reward was offered by the Alabama II

.I the awful period of homelessness, famine ..;;t..," food the digestive organs do their authorities, was captured yesterday by '
and P. I* Cosgrove left with work.easily and naturally and keep- Chief Deputy Sanders; and will be
bloody in those
to-be-forgotten days war of 1861-65. never- Sol Cahn & CO. bis vessel,,the Laurel, for Key West lug the tissues In perfect repair-; taken to Mobile> to answer the. charges I Gerelds
t MEYER SHOE CO. Her unfailing gentleness and sweet. last week Ho. will .be. absent several then they rest while this energy is ; against him.Requisition.
at the command of the I
weeks. Individual to
,.... ness ,of bearing through the great Th. PUN Food Star. work with in papers have already THE FANCY GROCERS
comfort-the rest of I been honored :
By the
trials which fell to her lot made the > .governor of Flor
r FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLK people of the south proud of her as SwthtttstCantf Piltfix tid Iftttadtnda The Married Ladles' Euchre Club wholesome.activity. Then does the I ida for the negro. ,
was entertained last week by Mrs. work count. Read ,
the wife of the first and last presidentof the little book In / 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.,
t the Confederacy. Phontist Il 8 H. Rowland Mrs. Harry Bmm- r'win pkgs. of Grape;,"Nuts. ,. The. :Road to I ONE STORM VIEW: GIVEN 'WITH
SOUTH PAUFOX ning tho first prize a set of beautypins. Wellvflle.** EVERY '10e-PURCHASE' OR OVER. 391'PAGE.TwELVE. .
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The second prize was won by "There's a reason. I WEST FLORIDA STEAM BAKERY. -

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Remember Three days :,Hast selling((no damaged 'goods' to sell) our prices are always the lowest, matter where you buy them we can sell you cheaper. :, ::

DON'T. 'MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. The largest .stock to select form in the city at prices" that defy competition.LADIES' .. ._., ',,;;

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CLOAK 'DEPARTMENT. l,000.yards :
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One lot Ladies' three-quarter length Coats, in black per ':

and tan, well worth $12.50 and $15, special, this 2,000 yards

sale . . . . . . . . . .$939: lOc f

One lot Ladies' three-quarter length Coats in tan 5,000 yards t
7 and 8c :
and black, beautifully made and retails anywhere I'

letter that i at $20, our price this sale. . . . . .$14.79 1,000 yards ( J t
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ately, the One lot Ladies' three-quarter length Coats, m tan only

. are and black, a regular $27.50 value, special for this 2,000 yards .1 t

freer sale. . ... . !.. .' . ... . . $19.49 quality, I.i, ';1 1
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One: lot Plaid V t I
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prices that defy competition. Our stock of Ready-
to-\Vear Hats, Children's Hats, and Dress Hats are com A handsome : t:

plete. Our milliner will be glad to show you and help, sale,
I II elect: your Fall Hats, no matter what you want. We ,:;" Ask to see I

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A"N NADYENiUREiNTHE U [ hard his'morning head to,keep men and our tobuy White countenances,and their I''oil found in when the It I, rupees.."Are No,,there they any said i yellow but ones they?" l'could askc. C n S I i : !i :i f t

they cask joyfully on the ship accepted each to for fill twenty' they bring had me shown basketfulls me. of 'those like I j : :
'sticks cf tobacco a cupful of red White's' eyes were gleaming with
:beads and a fathom of red turkey excitement. I drew him and the Fiji I
SOUTH SEA I twill. Or for five casks I would givea man aside and. said to the latter : i I
i musket, a tin of powder, twenty quickly: !
:bullets and twenty military caps. "Sam, don't"let\ these people think i
I In ten minutes I had secured eighty that these coins are of any more
i tons of oil, worth 30 pounds a'ton ,, value ,,than the copper bolts. Tell I.-
ISLANDS for trade goods that cost White ,less them that for every hundred pieceson i t'
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board-no matter what size they !
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I than 20 pounds. And the beauty of may be-'I will give them a cupfulof it t. i r.:
it was that the natives were so' impressed -I ; ; 1
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fine red beads full measure. Or
(Continued From. Page Nine! ), II by the liberality of my terms if they do not care for beads 'I will ;
that said they would supply
eight -captain they ; give two sticks: of tobacco or a six-
numbered only persons !
we all the fresh provisionspigs
the ship with : :
mate; .bos'n, four native seamen I fowls,..turtle and vegetables- inch "butcher knife of good, hard
steel.
and myself.We i
that I asked for.
that months pre The last three words made White
leaned two
I viously there had been a terrible hurricane I As White. and. I, after our palaver smile and whispered to me. "A good ,
which lasted for three days with the head men, were about. to hard steal, some people would 8&Y- :
and devasted two-thirds of, the island.I I return on ,board, we noticed two children but not me." ,
who number of Sam," I went "you shall 1
! Thousands of cocoanut trees had were wearing "And on -c'i
r been blown, down and the sea had ', silver ,coins, strung. on cinnet fibre I have an alofa (present) of $200 if
ewcpt away many villages on 'thecoast around their necks. We called them\you manage this carefully and don't
j i to us, looked at the coins and found let these peopla think that we particularly
So the surf that the j that they were rupees and Englishfive care about these pieces of
violent was .
rhea wrecked ship on'Lane Island had been shilling pieces.I soft white metaL Wfe came to Mayu } i
t cast up in fragments on the reef, asked one of onr Fijian seamen for oil-understand"
v who acted interpreter, to ask the and in few
Iteeen and the natives had secured a Quantity as Sam did understand a
, of logs and splendid! sandal wood. 'I children where _they got the coins. minutes every boy or girl in Guasapwas
per copper and Muntz metal bolts. TheseI i i "On the reef," they replied. "Thereare out on the reef, searching for i
red. at once bargained for, after I had thousands of them' cast up wIth money. That day they brought us
,(en the collection and for two old the wreckage of the ship that sunk i I more than 200 pounds in English and I
Tower muskets, value 5s each, ob- 'a long time ago. Most of them are,Indian silver, together with about .12
'(. tained the collection 'worth 250 like these," showing a pounds in Dutch coins. From, this
pounds 1 1I I pieces" but there are much more latter crcumstance Whte and I con
had arranged with, the chief and smaller ones like these," showing the cluded that the wrecked vessel was : I !

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? ( P. TO HIS COUSIN CHARLIE. CURTIS.*,* : t s Is just the- thing to take the chill !2. i


/ Willow Grove, National Park, CoL ; ,, / O out and will heat a room quite 0 9

/l/ Dear Cousin Charlie-We have Just finIshed 3
a six-day trip around the park and- ( t Q the coldest
4 1 Gee We had a dandy time\We saw lots comfortably on days.

//i of Wars a.nd deer, but we df3n't see a, _/ I
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H / / single Indian I kept my, pocket-knife e COt Be prepared for sudden change
any
handy you bet. We went In a big stage
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coach, something like the'one;we saw in" Q
J-- .* % the wild west show. Itt had fjiT horses, I t> in the temperature. :
and the driver let me drive -some. I'm ,o
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going to be a stage driver when I grow .
We saw so interesting things, .
up. many t
that I can't tell you about them aH. But'
.. -=--=-- want to tell you about a funny thing @ OJI $3,50 $4.50 $5,50 0)
(i @ at happened to a school teacher In oxrirty. )
She Is always going on about= Lv
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_ 2HE z xs nature'* and things, and every time:shi a D .A2lPEC 22rAT t rows"

fl ;19. SI J.t'L rrtr7 sees{ One a bug day or sstarted butterfly she off tries through to catcjuit. the f .1 y11 lLTXAZ'll 1KlT hl'u .T.H%:E4. K. Ask to see one We take pleas 3o

woods after a big butterfly and hadn'tmore fzYTHr 4PK "

vDH EAR YO -. than got out of sight when we. XO:: ure in showing. them even though 7?
heard the terrtbllst yellin and screaming I
/PFFER To JJVf I whipped oar ruy pocket-knife and me rsA1 HE 0
,754 and Papa and Mr. Dean, struck out* our ,. you do not wish to purchase.
01.0 through the woods after her. We found, @ .
I her trying to climb a big pine tree, while t
a big Cinnamon bear scampered off in ;
4_._ ffADJ the other direction. ,,-' "
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Gee! She was scared green! Another ,
$ R funny thing happened while we were \
9/! looking at the Ge y secs. You know, they (f' ,
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7 ,3 are big Jiot water springs that every once;
In a while squirt up about 200 feet in the (e i

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r to the Geyser and were saying something -
about the repose of nature, when all of'a II I
0 1 Ill '- sudden that big Geyser went off. He let .. ;.j. I
out a jell and jumped about six, feet, Ifi, o .
the air and came down on the teacher's .1"
v toe, an' she let out a yell. He said some
thing bad about the Geysers, and she ji:, ,
j looked at him like "twenty-three for

"a you."
r @ Well I must close now, Will write you; 7
from California next week. Please erg

T&z:G2.47ZST T :e 4xo7'21YATrrcuss writing. Tour cousin, .AbsH rn.c. 8 ,

cFzHE .RAZ v. HARRY LAYAWAY.S .' ,5TCJC.lf JrU1, llXH 7..BE=' ow
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.' ,.; SYNONOMOUS, OF QUALITY.

To the Boy or Girl Whose Name Is. :Drawn. .From the Correct Answers Received At This Office By Next'Thursday: Night, The Journal Will :

Give a Silver Dollar. ,

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The ,Boy or Girl Whose ,Answer Is Drawn Second Will Be Given a Box of Huyler's Candy When Called Fonat,D'Alemberte's Pharmacy m t DRINK I BOTTLED .

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victorious little army as the one which he seems rather to enjoy the sensation -Willie N. WilkiasoC i ; citytrThose' the lucky one next time. '
came to the front last week. his appearance on the street I whose answers'Were nearly 'COrrect,'. EDNA. V. RIEDEL. o 0 J
PUZZLE EDITOR R :The dollar.' was- won this time by creates, and looks -AS if he *wished'are'the'following: Llllie Hartzog, city; Nanette Rosique, who won the dollar Q
Ralph Finch, SOS East Belmont street, some of those who'stare at him would writes the following little letter: W.
and the box of candy goes to Miss come close enough to get kIc ed. But Belle Murphy city; Manuel. Johnson,'' Dear Puzzle Editor-Many thanks 9 a 9 m ,i iQ
Susie Parker Eagan, Nashville, Tenn. the children give him a wide berth city; Willie Johnson city; Arthur, for the puzzle dollar. I have been Q Q -
The puzzle army will be pleased to and admire from a distance. Johnson city; Lillian Suggs, city; !I working faithful for it and was never v
POETICAllJINSPIRED know that little Susie Parker, whois The correct answers to last week's Leona' Murphy, city; 1V. Effie Suggs,' fortunate enough to win it until last m .
attending school in Nashville, was puzzles are as follows city; Cljde' Murphy, city',:Frankie Hil-'I Sunday. I am sick in bed, but am Z a Z
the lucky winner of the candy, as 'Correct Answers.No. hard, city; Ernestine ''Pfeitter"* ,' city; going to try for the dollar again. 0 Before drinking see that you
candy from Pensacola''' must taste bet- .1 Everat Reinhardt, city? Your little friend. 0
Ostrich. .
ter to a little Pensacola girl than can- No. 1.2. Africa. A number of' nice little' notes were, NANNETTE ROSIQUE.The z get the GENUINE. A word
S dy from anywhere else. No. 3. FeathPrs. received from some of the puzzle' puzzle editor is sorry to hear o 0
The answers received this week No. 4. Hides Head In'Sand. army; which the puzzle editor read, that Nannette has been ill, and hopes to the wise is sufficient
nearly all correct, the with pleasure. The following note I !
were -fcnly No. 5. Florida.No. this week's puzzles will find her up o 0
troublesome one seemed to be number 6. Black. came from thee girl who r, won the I and ready for them. -
4, which was 'a ,picture of two hides, No. 7. Brown.,, candy week b lorl last: 4 I This week we have something new
Desperate Charge of The a head and' a sand bank, which was No. S. Hats. Dear Editor:-I thank you:ever so in the puzzle line, but the army need Hygeia Bottling Works
really very easy if one looked at It much for the lovely box of candy. I !not take fright as the puzzles are ,
right The hides, the head and the Correct answers were received from 'some other little "
hope girl will be "dead easy.
Journal's Army Upon sand bank were the whole thing I Ralph Finch city;' Susie Parker Egan, 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
"hides head In 'sand," which the os Nashville, Tenn.; Lillian ,JL Dubuisson -
,the Ostrich. trich does when pursued.To city; Barbara Neff. city; Vera !1
think of the ostrich and then to Wheat, city; Elmo Harris, city; Car- 2

judge it by the beautiful feathers rimae Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; Quaint and Curious Women Can Paint With Stag Wood Stains
Dawson
which we used so much to trim hats Alice Louise Roch, city> Ruby -
RALPH FINCH, 8C3 EAST BELMONT i
L. Blackman
city; O. Weatherby
with it would seem that it must be a
'WINS THE ,JOURNAL'S! beautiful graceful bird when In real- Fla.Loneta Harris, city; Alice ,Edwards Things in Florida \! Just the thing for giving to surfaces of various
A- ity it Is'an ugly, ungainly thing,which city; Florence Bobe, city; :: woods close resemblance to the natural wood. Suit-
PRIZE DOLLAR-BOX OF CANDY would kick one",of the little puzzlers Everette Rice, city; Shiloah O'Donnovan a
"sky ,high" shoulds: he venture close city; Nanette Roseque, city; i tossfftssbssxyss -i. '1 able for halls, parlors, dining rooms, bath rooms, etc.
AWARDED, TO MISS SUSIE PAR. enough., i Virginia Walker, City; Bridget Di-
There is a very interesting farm of Lustro. city; Ethel Rosique, city Jeanette Easily applied., $1.75 a gallon.
KER EAGAN, NASHVILLE, TENN. ostriches in the suburbs of Jackson. Farine, city; Stella Touart city; Alligator Hides. old times and was shown to quite a
Bill Brown brought in from the number of our citizens and set adrift
ville, and people come from various Charley Olsen, city; :Margaret :Mary
places far and near to visit it The Pons, city; Ancell Boyett, city; Ole Everglades this week the greatest many pleasant and unpleasant remin-
There was a puzzle army. owner of this ostrich farm has one Borras, city; Mary Creary, Corinth. number of alligator hides taat he has Iscencec. The bill wil be kept as a Saunders Mill Company,
They were fifteen hundred strong, big long-legged .old bird which he Miss.; Laura Chancellor, Century ever handled in one trip. His load souvenir by this firm.Ocala Banner.
a And was seldom if ever drives 'to, a little "sulky," and it is Fla.; Ella Rupert, city; Richard Vogel, consisted of 1,037 'gator hides =and, Phone 717.' 21 East Garden Sfroaf.
f One of them was wrong. amusing see him' come into town Warrington; Sadie Bernstein, City; 950( 'gator feet. Bill sold his hidesto The-, Champion Mullet. ..
5 They charged last Sunday'spuzzles nearly every day* driving the big os Freddie Kuester, city; Manuel Holsen, R. A. Henderson for 1870. This champion mullet of"the season ""
With warlike meln Intense, trich, which gets over the ground witha city; Sadie J. Holsen, city; Ruth Van shows that there are a few 'gators were displayed last Saturday by the
And made those funny pictures long, awkward:, swinging stride; Pelt city; John Lockey McDavId, still left in the 'glades: but how long Florida Fish and Produce Company.
BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY
Look worse than thirty cents. frighteningpeople's horses nearly to Argyle, Fla.; John Van Pelt,. city; the crop will last at this rate may be They were caught by Walter I* Phil COMPANYW.
The,puzzle editor grew poetical; 'for death. This ostrich has had Bennie Bernstein. city;' Wamboldt conjectured. Fort Myers Press. ips at the point Just below the long T. BEDWELt PRES. AND MANAGER.
many a dock and brought here Prepared to do all electrical repairing on lI*ort,notice. Ring phone 570 and a
could up by Captain
how one help it, Mae Wycke, Milton; Fla.t
s with Farley, city
such ;
a charged to his
runaway account, but Genevieve Waden, Fisherrille; Elmire Its Now, Yamato. Earle Weeks. There were three of representative street. will calL W. T, BidweO. President and Manager. 205 S. Bajlcn

Belle, city; Gladys Belle, city; Gertrude For the. accommodation of the them, 'and their total weight was 20 ,-
I IPUZZLE :McKeethen : Fla. Louis Japanese solony at what is now call pour-pi- The largest weighed 9 --
Sunday Morning, October 21, ,1906. Robertson Milton;Milligan Fin.; Mary ;Morris 'ed Boca: Ratone' the ,Florida East pounds and was 2 feet 4 inches long.In **+ " " " '." " " ''+

hi .Sandusky city; Lloyd Blumer, city; Coast Railway has erected a stationat November the king of mullet would 'i
I Althea Blumer, city; Dudley Gonzalez, that place and it has been named have weighed a pound or two more.
ANSWER COUPON i city; Hilda Louise Harris,'city; Nellie Yamato which is the ancient name It was admitted, to be the 'largest mul-
ts Glackmeyer, city; Jesse'S. Walton, Jr., and original name for Japan. Mr. let ever seen here.-Punta Gorda COAL ANDWe WOOD
city; Beth Walton, city; Viola Roch, Sabal, manager of the? colony, is now Herald. i
Aaswsrs Must Be Written on This Coupon: disk. No, city; Ethel Bayllss, city; Harrey Bay coresponding with the government 2
Attention Win Be laid Those Net Written On It. N. liss, city; LaReine Johnson, city;' officials for the purpose of having the A Dog Tale.
Exception to this Rule. :Mary Ida McDavid, Poley, Ala.; Carl nam eof the Wyman postoffice changed -. Mr. R. O. Davies of Allendale Bung .
Record. :alow, has had to buy a Knox hat deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and Woo'd :
:Emil Patterson Goulding Ala; Charlie to Yamato.--''Miami my-
I tM, answers to the puzzles in The Journal,to-d&y we as follows: England city; Allen T. England '--- I that he will not be allowed to wear, 'i
city; Joe Loida, St Louis Mo.;; Lettie Big 'Gator CaughtMr. !I and thereby hangs a tale-a dog's. where in the city. We can supply you in any quan- !
11 If Martin, city;' Leona Blumer. city: Fernando Falaney captured an Mr. Davies had a guest to dinner on
No.1, Susie M. Davis, Oak Field; Edna .V alligator! last Friday, that measured 7 I Sunday; and as he did not invite his tity and our service is always prompt. Steam and doi|
,; f Rides city; Florence King city'; Ted feet 8 Inches, and sold the saurian to bull dog, "Chaucer to dine with mestic coal. Wood cut any size. Z
I I I Langston. Chipley, Fla.; Harvey Parker Mr. E. C. Whitney. The big 'gator I him, as Is his usual custom when I
x- NoN 2. Marianna Fla.; C. J. Heinberg, was.caught about ten miles north of alone, "Chaucer" got Jealous and I
city; Tom S Johnson,* city; Katie U.: town in a small bayou. It was In a I seizing the guest's Sunday-going derby E. G. SEWALL
,}." Mastman, city; Mac Hodgkins, Milton, hole some twelve feet below the surface -I hat from the hat stand, whilst_ the i
ss ._3.Mo. Fla.; Mary Emma McDaniel Milton, of the ground, and was fished out guest 'and his master were at dinner,
Fla.; Winnie White Morris, Baedad, by means of an alligator hook. The i he tore it to pieces, or In the other 26 North Tarragona Street. o
4, -:- Fla.; Elizabeth Aiken, city; Milton hook was fastened to a long pole and I words, dined off the hat "Chaucer'I -
4. Wood Lappington, city Eva Holsen; pushed into the hole., One or two I however, It Is firmly believed by his i Phones 614 and 363. i
city; Harry M. Neigh. Mobile, Ala; punches sufficed to arouse the resent :master had forgotten, In his anger
H. Glen Proctor, MolinO; Fla.; Gertrude ment of the great lizard and It bit! 'that his master, and not the guest 2 :
No.'S. Roberts, city; Frank Simpson, down on the trouble hook; then Mr. 'would be the loser by his escapade. .....................................N.e..N.Oe1e11.
... ; Bagdad. Fla.: Harold M. Lewis, Mill- Falaney got busy on the other end and have to par for the hat- West
view, Fla.; Gladys Vaughn., Century of the pole and pulled'with might and l Palm Bearch News.
I Fla.; Erie Davis, Century; Fla.; Wilma main l itfl finally he brought the i Ppano.;;
:: '- ; Williams, Pine Barren, Fla.; Elmer 'gator out of the hole. The hook had The lareest Some Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.Get
.
Thomas city Vinson Holsen, city; secured a good hold In the aligator'slower pompano ever brought
7. .1 Gladys Carroll, Waveland Miss.; jaw. and Mr. Falaney by skil- to Fort Pierce was captured last Sat.
our prices before orders. We
urday by Charlie placing
Marion Baker city: Mary Louise ful manipulation of the pole managedto Revels ana: James your
Souder, city;' Evangeline Bonifay, Mo- mave the reptile at pleasure and Howard, and weighed twenty-two sell Jellico Galloway and Alabama best lump coal
No. ft. David. Fla.; Claude Lawrence city; succeeded In binding. it securely-St: pctands. The flft' was disposed of We still maintain our tcrdate ice delivery
Gus Keating. Jr., Montgomery: Ala.; Augustine Record:_ to R: Whyte, who had It frozen In up-
.if NameStreet Bernice Fairburn, city;' Evie, Hancock, a cake of ice at the Ice factory. Pompanos system. Our-price, for ice on platform at factory is
city; Annie Mooney, city; Herbert A Relic of Old Times. "' usually weteh between two 25
in the and eight pounds.-Fort cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232.
Pierce
1 I Neel city; Jack Shnttleworth Jr., The Variety Store yesterday Trib--
No. city: Floretta Goldsmith city Mabel course of regular business transactions une. The Moore Ice
Robinson. city: Victoria Bell city; took in a five dollar bank note r CompanyFactory
K ... 4., Mary McDaniell. city; Winiam E. Mc- Issued by the First National Bank of ONE STORM VIEW GIVEN WITH Corner Garden and Manresa Streets,
be this Daniell, city; Lola Lee Daniell city: Ocala, wben Mr. E.'W. Apnew; was EVERY 10c PURCHASE OR OVER. '
this ands
week's must on
Answers to
puzzle coupon William E. DanielL city; Arthur Robinson its, president and Mr.. A. McIntyre WEST FLOJ\IOA'STEAM BAKERY. P. O. Box 422. Phone 232t
/ bear this date. .,' city; Walter H-t Thames city;. cashier. The bill is':a Reminder oft 3t
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view the' -,State_ with Impart. Now is the Time i I'i

1 eye,' .
BEER And ae. how ,the\.land of Flerk ,

..,'.. : \ The lies. Klsslnnnie Yalfev-Gaxette. U l is

certainly unearthed Tn invenurgenius
down in that neck of t 4
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STANDS FOR Nourishment FIRST woods. His name is J. F. O. Ber FOR
ALL GOOD.
and here is what he has done to J: ": >fvI

Refreshment SECOND ._ _- dry mg his him friends with and the admirers Edison class.in ra j I : ; I r.

-y I Temperance THIRD seems that Mr. Berry has a no MEN TO STAND'r., .
_. scheme for outwitting the birds at> I: J fI
getting the mosCPGs ble'gOOd o --- ,
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1 of his chufas of which he raises t
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for fattening hogs f> TOGETHER AND : -
great many 4
The heavy percentage of malt nourishes:-the market. He takes all his shoats ar -ft:1:
hops and carbonic acid refresh you, and the t barrows or meat hogs and cuts' I :
in the, rimof the snoot, whir
notch
small amount of alcohol ((3 1-2 per cent) destroys the musclea=of that memlx
makes it in effect and precents them 'room rooting. H :
a temperance food-drink.
then turns them on his chufas w t' Make J.r:
Nothing could be better for you. It is vegetable 1 1e t I about one ,old sew t;)" every fort; Money !
tonic declared by the celebrated'Woleschoot to be which his not bad her rooting pre :
fdU+r, "as nutritious as fruit.a penalties interfered vita. (He say'

E PRINK: IT AT JaALTD ,AND AT ALL KESQaTS the non-rooters will soon learn} t f
... follow tie rooters around and eat for
The Wm. 'Gersf Brewing Co.NashviU. f. _, chufas as they are turned up, and tha _' More money has been made in the rise in value of i '

_. Tean. in rooted this up way than no more can be of, destroyed the nuts arr b: Real Estate in the one city 'of New York than has ':, .

WHOLESALE PETER BELL, _":,/; his hogs. In this way the large drove'of been made out of all the gold mines of the world. '

DEALER chufa birds fields which to feed usually on the flock nuts to aftsi the' The history of all the LEADING ,cities is the same ;rY

they are rotted up by the bogs are / as New York in a less degree. Pensacola rapidly ;'
I'i deprived of their share of the feed
..... 1 all to make becoming one of the LEADING. cities. History repeats t "
i v. .:.--- -:-: -- .. and it goes help pork. k
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i (- i itself, and the history;of.money-making in real .-.t '"i+;
I !And here Is another on Albert} Gil- -
I have been counted on one's fingers, Christ-this time a composite com- estate is being repeated in Pensacola. "
LIFE STORY OF A .. 'and there was no regular communication pliment as it were: The first half
Is from the Jacksonville Metropolis,
with the outside world except by '
schooner from St. in six and is as follows; "Hon.! Albert W. 1 1
II weeks. There was'Mary's no communicationwith once Gilchrll>t, of Florida, is at home froma The opportunity is here Some will take advantage; of this [

FLORIDA PIONEER Tampa by land water-not so summer spent in European travel '
or
I much as a cow trail through the Mr. Gilchrisl stopped at Columbia, opportunity, and some will in the future tell and retell the story .. 'f t tof
wOOds. There :Major Gamble purchased S. C., on his way sOuth to make; a

I Robert Gamble Who Passed to the social literary segeneration.and: semipublic with thirty-five one hundred hundred and ten acres slaves of land anda Whereupon brief visit to John his; mother.Collins". Mrs.True G4 Democrat bs.." what they might have done; if they had drily ,had the nerve .rt Ito
life of the
bllthly remarks. "So Sweet Al-
who had "
few expert workmen stray"- I
Was I Family: History. ed into that section, he began clear bert, of Huyler's fame, has returnedha back their Judgment. .. }h;
Away Recently, Robert Gamble eldest she +Well '
was the son ing land and the manufacturing of We are pleased that 1 f'
of Jcrtm Gratton Gamble of Richmond, brick for the erection of a residenceand he has. G-en: Gilchrist i* & darlin "
An Old Settler. Virginia, and of Nancy Peyt6n, ;young- sugar mills. Sugar was made in good fellow." :
/ est daughter of Governor Christopher large quantities use the major'sown And here is still another bouquet Approximately $1,000,000.00 worth of buildings are j i '
Greenup, of Kentucky. He was born language, "enough molasses to for the "genial general this time under construction in Pensacola-$300,000.00 is : II
being
FIRST CAME TO TALLAHASSEE in the old family residence on am- float the United States navy." This from the Just and discrimhratng Live ",
I ble Bill Richmond 'on December18th was sent by schooner to :Mobile New Qak Democrat: "General Albert pll- expended on the sewerag.eco _-$300,000.00 will -. ;
I SEVENTY-NINE YEARS AGO, :; 1813. His father and:. uncle, Orleans and New York and brought christ, the genial and acoompUahed be expended during the coming winter on new paving fri!! 'I
who were partners, were large importing satisfactory prices. ex-speaker of the house.n4 gubernatorial
, WHEN LAD OF ''FOURTEEN merchants owning their own In 1858 Major Gamble disposed p possibility, hs returned from in the city. Extraordinary improvements are being.

REMARKABLE CHARACTER AND siips, and were ruined financially by his Manatee county property to a his'European tour. He reached Jacksonville made at the Navy 'Yard, and the.Forts at'the mouth T
I (President' Jefferson's policy of embargo company of Louisiana sugar plantersfor : Sunday and gave the Times- 1'1
HIGHLY. RESPECTED CITJZEN. enforced against the British in $190,000. The civil war followed : Union an interesting interview devoted : of the Bay. New street car lines and extensions are .,
I the war of 1812. This reverse of for- closely after, and the slaves were i exclusively to what be saw In Europe contemplated in the near future. THIS IS NOT
'f"I
tune eventually the cause of the conditionof and.like all-superior Americans '
was unsettled
in the
removal of the family to.Florida in freed the and country, the business was aban II who visit the old country, he comes ALL- We don't Intend to tell it all, but if'you'' don't *< | ; .. "

By Jefferson Bell. ,' 1827, where both brothers became doned. The major returned to mid I back home more devoted to his own I get on the wagon and ride with the winners on Pen- ?* *. .'F i .
Tallaliassee Fla., October, 20.Tallahasseeans large cotton planters 'on their respec- dIe Florida where he spent the remaining thanever. Concerning his candidacy. '';
have long accus- tive estates of Weelaunee] and Wau- years of his long life-a comfort I II for governor the general said it was ; sacola Real Estate, kindly remember our remarks on X, f
tomed themselves to regard this as keenah. to his friends and an ornament to too early yet to make any definite the subject.We f'
one of the oldest settled sections of Robert.Gamble was fourteen years society. II I announcement, and as to his attitude !
the state, and so It Is. yet there occurred of age at this time 'The family Major Gamble -married the daugh-! on tie drainage proposition, his train
In this city last week an event came to Florida by ,private: conveyance ter of Judge Thomas Randall and I arrived ,at that critical stage of the
which brought to men's minds realization from Richmond QH Christmas Laura 'Wirt, his wife. She was the interview and he deferred' expression : Invite All Interested Call-and''Talk. It Over With Us/' '
of the fact that the. history of I Eve, 1827, camping that:, nigh be- mother of three children. Laura Yoor :of/opinion until a more convenient .. -
i Tallahassee itself was briefer than tween the St. Augustine branch and hees Katherine Elizabethand.. -Rob- season. -W\e\ are glad to have '
the duration of one man's life. the small stream a" hundred yards ert Gamble, who died at birth. He Gen. Gilchrist back on Florida soil r '
Nearly ninety-three years ago Rob- east of it on the St. ,Augustine Toad. was an elder in the Presbyterian again. He is a.capable and energeticman i
ert Gamble was born in Richmond, He found a,small y1 las; -with one hurch of Tallahassee for fifty years .of Affairs, a' gentleman a scholar I
-Virginia. Nearly seventy-nine years street, now :Monroe extending'from and a. Mason: ,tor nearly .as long .a an.4 ;an Optimist;;' and In.,,:this seasonof S
ago, Robert Gamble, a lad of fourteen the old capitol to the 'present site of time. He died October 10th 1906; in gathering and menacing problems ''jl
first came to Tallahassee. The' the Leon HoteL ;Huge.' .stumps occupied his ninety-third year being strong from race riots ito: d tch digging, wt'Jl.e.ed 'Pensacola Inv stnlent Cot
present city of Tallahassee did not the middle Gf-the' street' whileon and active, up to the time ot his. last the J moral support and active r
then exist. It is believed that nota either sid ewere a' few IUe-BtOry I illness. 'OJallng of Floridians who have ,
house now standing In this city had wooden stores. from t whieb. the settlers --- rcently returned to the state afte'*
then been erected. Since Major Gamble obtained i their supplies. The major Napoleon Bonapart. an absence more 'or less prolonged 3t t
came here as a boy to make his grew to manhood and started life J mention'''':'' and sometit fining more-
residence, men and women have been Iir Leon county as a-* cotton .planter; showed, at the battle of Austerlitz he. should be made of the Hon. Georp- No. 1 N. Palafbx Street. 3i .1
Leader. In the world.Ballard's i
born, have grown up and fought life's but as that product was very ,cheap was the greatest W. WUson; editor-hnftief of the Jac' .
battles have grown old and have selling sometimes, as low. as Z 1-2 Snow Liniment lias.shOwn sonville Times 'Union. Mr. Olson .
died. During this period, practicallythe cents per pound he gave that up and the public it is the best Liniment in it will be remembered went to New I
whole of Florida's: history has moved to Jefferson county, establishing the world. A quick cure for, Rheumatism York for his health some time ago, Ui.
been made and recorded. Social institutions a tobacco'farm and cigar factory. i Sprains, Burns:: Cuts, etc. A. C. and though from time to.time the at .
smoothly for a few I Pitts, Rodessa. La., says: "I used Bol welcome
have developed and changed This ran along tidings came that he was
( and passed away,yet Major Gam- years, long' enough for his brand: of lard's Snow Liniment in my family steadily improving. a wide circle or .fl
ble never seeme an age=:worn man. cigars to make a reputation in, the and find it unexcelled for sore chest, friends will, neverthelss, rejaice to I is to be congratulated upon ;:Mr. W".tison'a NNNNN 1 ; J
Ills whole life, compared with the New York markets. Years afterward headache, corns, in fact anything that learn that he arrived in Jacksonville' safe return.
average allotment of maul seems be learned that fine cigars in can be reached by liniment"" last:week and that moreover, he now
The death is announced of J. W
'wonderful Indeed, both in point of California and other distant carts feels-Justified In once more'resuming Eanton formerly of the Ocala New dr i 'F r ltliri
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duration and of incident I I' were branded as "Waukeenah cigars Seein' Things. his onerous duties upon Florida's: Capitol) in the talycon days of Tom
Major Gamble was a remarkable as a'mark cf excellence. There is no sense in "going to bed leading newspaper. Few outsiderscan Harris-"little TcnT- and at one time t "
character. He was at once one of After a time the ravages of a small with the chickens." A body 'mIsses realize the difficult nature of the wit!! .the Tampa Tribune. At the time --
the most polished gentlemen original 1 species of insect caused great loss In too much. Last Wednesday night task devolving upon the head and of his death Mr. Hauton was the editor I
thinkers: and useful citizens who have this tobacco industry, and knowingno (what was evidently a war balloon was front of such a newspaper as the of the, Oeilla Ga.. Star, one of I J
lived in Florida and he has left upon better way to get rid of this destructive observed out over the ocean about Times- lon, or the constant care, the best weeklies, in that state. Mr. We have, everything needful to make the i
the society and the-lnartitntions of his little enemy :Major Gamble half past eight, and was visible for tact and watchfulness required to : !
Hauton was a good printer a good bedroom one of.the most attractive rooms :
old home an impress both ennoblingand sat fire to his factoryand went fur- several hours. It looked like an immense keep.Its complicated machinery writer and above.all, a good man .. :
las tng. His life began when the ther south in search of another field star at first and, then grew readiness for action from day to day. and has, left his children a prlcelasa in the house. 'Our line of dressers !is J large, "
and for investment. Reaching;; the .wilds larger and brighter; and seemed to To say that George Wilson has discharged I
last century was yet young of honor and devotion to duty. showing, different designs and :
great
legacy many
throughout Its unusual length, he was of "Manatee county In. 1842, and believing be rising and falling. It was going that task as few men in I -
both friend and associate of the.leadIng in Its future, and in the possibilities -!, south and then turned and came backin this state could have done It, Ig< to For.acnne,, time past the friends ol I ranging. from $9 to $45. Handsome bed :
citizens and public 'personageswho 'of its rich hammock-lands, he t a northwesterly direction and was put it mildly. He has done more- the. ffin.'c. C. Wilson 'the well, steads at $"'to $10. Easy rockers from L25 i
builded his adopted state into agreat determned to establish a.: sugar plantation ; over the river. It then looked like a he has made friends where others known Bartow. lawyer, have been
American common-wealth. He and factory on the north side' ball of fire. What was it? Was It one might have made enemies lie has somewhat alarmed at the reports that to $20. Druggets, $5 to $50. :
bad been a friend of all Florida'sgovernors of Manatee river. of the balloons that started from brought' sunshine, instead of shadow; ,from time to time reached them
and prominent officials. Ire The character of that undertakingcan France In the race, or was it some and it is safe to say that he has in. have of his. failing health. It is now learned iIi
had been a notable figure in the I best be understood when Its kind of a khost? This is no fake spired among the'members of his staff : ,that he Is rapidly' improving -
charming social life of the old,South known what a real -wilderness that story; it is true and is vouched for by a sentiment of loyalty and personal however and his friends, -and*few BUYNQWPAYLA T ER :
and he had adapted himself to the section-then was. The families livIng several of our leading citizens,-St I devotion that few could create and:, have: more ''or more rchly deserve
at that time might Lucie Tribune. still retain. The entire State men Ii
new conditions and was an ornament; in the country fewer: I them-will be more than dad ,
to hear that he will in all probability

'.. ill soon afford'be to himself lose such again.men Florida as "Char.can i MARSTON & QUINA, I ; ':

: ley" Wilson.

Rose's Old'Rye WhiskeyR.ose's .......' S ........,.. V 108/110 S. Palafoz St. Phone 149. Pensacola, fIll f *

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the most reverent whole people and tender not only affection for-: WASH DAY if you send; your washing to =i.:

Is the best Whiskey at any price, and we can prove It. what by she a was herself-not only for The New Method Laundry, I : ;
i her beauties of character and her PHONE 1188 W. LAWRENCE. Pro0. ....*Ulen"'rJ Bid,. R3MAIUST H;
For.thirty-nine years we have been distilling our whiskey and selling :t direct to :many' eminent qualities-but also _AGENTS WANTED.

''s;, r a''tpo G the consumer. This enables us to sell you whiskey that's all quality, with an old ripe As for the what old she leaders'represented of the Confederacy to them.- 1" <

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'Rose's Old Rye and Rose's Old Corn is fine for medicinal use and is so endorsed the sixties become more of a mem i i iii
of tradition and i
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by physicians not only locally but nationally.We harder to realize.for the present gen 1

have never and never will- sacrifice' quality for profit. Our reputation as you have always known it, shall eration alone, she as began the to type stand of southern forth almost -ii Witcher Zemurray & Co. ; :

never be shaken. .'if woman*who had lived through those .
A number" of families have been using,our whiskey for over thirty years. 'Their orders read: "Send us the sameas times spirit, who of was them Imbued who had with suffered the noble i 'Commission Brokers. <

the last. .; and survived. She was a true help-
If your health means anything to you, (and it does) send us an order for- four full quarts of Rose's Old Rye or meet to her great husband with and his so New Orleans ',

Rose's Old Corn or you may have it assorted'as'you like. The price is $3.40 fo t four full quarts. Mans thoroughly and his Identified ambitions herself that she also i Pensacola and : L Lt
Order New York send the money by registered identified with the whole II W. IntcncUncU. 820 Common. '
Remit $3.40 in, form of..Post-office. Express Money Exchange or becomes : : .. '

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Georgia, Florida, Alabama, N. Carolina, S. Carolina. 9r> any point on Adams or Southern Express lines. the Instant defender of the : Cotton, Stocks, Grain, ,;

n not satisfied we will send your money back without question. Haven't had to do-this yet however. Ideas which and the ideals south engaged and motives In war through with Z bought and sold on margin or for Investment : FE F ("

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9x12 "Smith's" Wilton Velvet Art Box Calf Shoes, olastsn new. '.
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k, First t Flo .-0 ress Goods Square.UO..vaIue.th1asale.$30.00 j&est,-moat up-to iate $2.50 mCIi_ .fSan Boy's -Shirts. dozen.of the finest Imported over a thousand and Do ..... :i
'. 9x12 Taissaic" Velvet Art Square c quality this sale.............$1.95 mestlc Half-Hose that has ever been
30-00 value this sale.$22.50 75 pair Men's All Soled Leather 25 dozen Men's : g
: 25 Dress 50 Good Negligee shown in, this city. :
: pieces Novelty Goods 36x72 Moquet Rugs $5 value.this Vici Id Shoes, neat Shoe Shirts ...............
w to Mn this sale..........4 a nice this sale 42c W \JJ :'
h.: valve PC sale ........ ................$3.75 for dress this saIe.$1. 9 15 .,dozen Men's Fine Negligee Jj1 L '
60 pieces Silkal1n Drapery .15e : .1)
4 : .. 28x60 M oq net Rugs $3.50 value, Our entire line of- Men's $1.50 -- .Shirts the most elegant values M' : e,
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';.' tame th1a sale 10 this sale .....................$2,50 Shoes for ......,. ...........$1.23 f money and skill can produce to ._ s, Boy's and .f'f..tJ ) o
85. Bleach Table .
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Damask this Jl.OO eale....'.........75c Mat sizes $L25 value this sale 90c Our entire. line boys'; $2.25 and. go.for, ............:..........: 85c ) j
CO pieces 10 and 12c Flannel- $2.50 Shoes ..................1.95 One, lot Colored Stiff Bosom Children's Hats and CapsNotions < 4.: ;I
ettes, this sale. .. 9 I orlloo U/nor Sizes 2% to 5%. These hoe s are .Shirts. $1.00 and $1.50 values, \\; .
8 "Kimona+ Crapes, Jap c ales'R ea d y t 10 Wear, manufactured for us especially, by this sale, each ................ 69c 5- ) m n'
,. 25and plain designs this sale.... Burley & Stevens and are without Our'entire line -of White LaunOne lot Men's fine $3.00 Hats, this 1 """ f
.' (0 pieces Curtain Swiss, 15c.15c.25 Ladies Ready-to-Wear Skirts, doubt the best boys School Shoes that: dered Dress Shirts. the $LOO sale t.................-.;..'..-.$2.59 ''.-- .J" ,
value, this sale...............11c this sale .....................$3.75 money and skill can produce. and $L50.quality, this sale -.-. 89c One line'Bays' $2.00 Hats, the sea- 'V'/1 ( n g f
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'. choice for ...................$5.00 Shoes In Box Calf Vici Kid, 'Waists, 50 and 75c quality this tions, this sale ..............$179 '. ,. \ ....
60 Ladies' Shirt Waists $L50 to Marine Calf Army Calf and sale ..........:. ...... ...... 41c Five dozen Children's Fancy Golf .. I is
and Small 'Wears $2.50 values, choice..........$1.25 Satin Calf to go during this : Yacht 25c quality .............184; F '. Hn 4
: sale for per pair, ............$1.36 Hen's and Boy'sUnderwear. 25 dozen Boys' Golf Caps in '; '. '. 11 g \ g
150 pair' Little Gent's Shoes All Serge and Fey Worsted thee : I 4
: 35 pieces Liberty Satin and Taffeta ladies/ Misses and Solid Leather size 9 to 13. $LOO" best 25c cap to be found Lnthe f \ : 1 J r,
.1j Ribbons 25c value, this and $1.25 quality this sale ....'90c, ; city, this sale .............. 21c I I ... I
.1\ ftc sale ._......................17c Our line of :Misses:and Children's I \ ; :' pi' 1 ;
8,000 yards 5c Embroidery, this Children's Shoes. ;
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CO dozen Children's 15c>Hose, this 300 par of our celebrated Dorris suit .....................,..per.. ; especially good and we will give ',. .. ,,. r
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Patent Co 1 t. Gun Metal Calf and Every garment guaranteed abso- \I '1
60 dozenLadies' 15c Hose, this
sale .........../..............:10c-. Viel Kid $2.50 quality for1.89 regular celebrated from Schloss$18 *to make$25, ,worth this lutejy perfect and all wooL. dJ'tl I 7I\\\Jj.: a
Our entire line of Ladies $L50 Men All W ool Red Flannel Shirts
) Entire line Ladies, 25c Neckwear, kltqes for ....................$1.19 sale .......................>*1 ::75 and Drawers, per suit this sale $1.69 Extra Special Bargains. ) .. OIJlII .(If I : ...
this sale..1'G- air Children's Shoes sixes These comprise some very fine ImMen's Fine Jersey Ribbed Shirts ...
r Entire line Neckwear to 2, in many stiles of ported Worsteds, Cheviots Serges, and Drawers, the 50c kind. blue 500 pair Men's Fine All-Wool Z. .: "";;;:
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i leather regular prices and pink per snit this sale...... 84c I .
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'. Belts .35c.200 **nChildren's Shoes, sizes from 34 to 40. If you are looking for Shirts and Drawers elegantly $4.00 this sale per pair.$1.75. Yr tj 1 ik

1,800 r-airs Watson Parker &; ..' 5 to 3, good solid leather Shoes, a .bargain in a real elegant suit you finished per suit this sale...... 83c 200 pair Ladies, Misses' Boys' and l IeI
Reese Ca's Kid Gloves,
I every fc ur $1.00 Shoe, this sale.... 87c can find it here. Our entire line of Boys' UnderChildren's Rubbers, Tr
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: J values pair guaranteed this. sale.elegant...........$1.25.....90c.Baby:' ble leather Shoes Soft soles Kid, In,both with button Flexi25 for Youths'$6.50;Suits$7.00 .excellent and $8.00 values to be, wear Ribbed, 50c Cotton quality, and in both Sanitary Jersey as long as they last for .......29c II f I II th hi

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I 75 pairs Grey Mixed Blankets, Men and Boy's Shoes An entire line of Boys' $2.50 s suits 100 dozen good Seamless Cotton Night Shirts,ee": excellent 50cvalue { .r
s f $1.25 values this sale.........90e sizes 4 to 17, will be priced dar % Hose, in both black and this for .........; 35cHen's hi
25 rolls 35 and '3Dc Jap..Satng,. 50 pairs Men's fine $3.50 and $4 jug the week at ..............$1.95 Fancy an excellent quality for You win please notice that every \ / a / rrf
-. laid ...........................26c Shoes, broken sizes, his sale $2.69 One lot of 50 fine All-Wool CashlOc, this sale .........-........7J/! c article in our store has the retail sell. '\ tt! :
:.. .%5 rolls 35c China :Matting Our entire line of Men's $3 Shoes metes and Fancy Mixed Wor50 dozen :Men's Extra good % Ing price marked in plain figures. 't 7 f n
laid .........,................;.27c this. sale .............. $2.65 sted suits for boys from 7 to 17 Hose. put up special 3 pair In You are always welcome at our store !Is
t. 65c and 75c Stair Carpeting this 300 pairs Men's All Solid Leather years, $4.50 and $5.00 qualities each box this sale, per box .... 50c as we consider it a pleasure to show !ii J\ I\\ R bf
.: sale .......................... 50c Work Shoes $U5 and $2.50 to sell this week for..........$3.95 Our entire line of 25c % Hose, our goods so come to our Great Fall 11 "::. '
,., 9x12 Tapestry Art Square $17.50 quality, this sale......;......$1.85 1200 pair, of our celebrated Boyduring this sale 19c per pair or Opening and Sale and give us the en- .1 at
to $22.00 value, this sale15.00; 100 pairs Men's fine Vici Kid and Proof Trousers this sale ..... 43c per dozen ..............,......$225 couragement of your presence. rt
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