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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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VOL. IX NO. 254. .. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA rutS AY. .MORNING. OCTOBER 23, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS ,



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D P'T. B> Associated Press. The men say 'the toss >oj life is Country 'Between Missouri r ; f.
\\ Mobile, Oct. 22.-The'' Mallory liner heavier off Long Key than at any I,. / THAT LOST CIPHER I

Colorado arrived here to-daY-harlnJ other'point. They were employed on River and Rockies in i''

as passengers Joseph Nelson, Charles the extension! work of .that Florida. .' ,
A MILLIONCertificate Olsen, Charles Anderson and Otto East Coast Railway. '. : TRACK :I
[ Mentioned for Post- of Blizzard.
Several Brink who were picked up\ at sea ----' Grasp Former Clerk'Maura Testifies ; f s r'

on Saturday morning by the Colorado, GOVERNOR TERRELLAND ; .;' ,
master General. ninety miles off Key West. The men to Its Erasure. ;,

were standing on a raft and waist. PARTY .ARE' SAFE Twenty Inches of Snow HasFallen .t
Holders '
Demand And StruckBy Train No. 41 :
deep in water ,when found. !>:

.CSSIBLE THAT SECRETARY Distribution of the Nelson said he and the other men Savannah, Oct. -22.-The steam 'at Denver. in Charge of Conductor COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED BY ,:'D
were on a houseboat at Long Key yacht Josie. on which Governor and I
BONAPARTE WILL BE TRANS when the hurricane struck them and Mrs. Terrell. and Major Williams, JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT t.
"Safety,Funds. blew the boat out to sea. She soon owner the vessel, were cruising Mead Wilson.Train i !
FERRED TO OFFICE OF ATTY. went to pieces and of the 125 peopleon and for the safety of ,,which some HEAVY LOSSES TO LIVE STOCK HEARD TESTIMONY OF NUMBER ;{

AND board, seventy-nine were drowned fear was entertained put into St. < OF kr
GENERAL WITNESSES
METCALFE MAY 'AND LATE FRUIT: ZERO YESTERD AY. U'1
By Associated Press.. before his eyes. The other forty-two Catherine's Island during the reset No. 4. which left Pensacolaat .
Hartford Conn.
Oct.
SUCCEED HIM AS,HEAD OF THE formalities to attach-The In legal the have since been taken into Jackson. stonrm. The party had :gone to St. WEATHER REPORTED IN. HJGH noon yesterday, and which is CASE AN IMPORTANT ONE AND )
necessary ville.: The men, suffered terribly. Simons and is reported,safe. .
NAVY DEPARTMENT. sum of one million dollars, the property I ALTITUDES-SNOW NINE FEET known as train No. 8 after It reaches WILL. SETTLE MATTER: DEFI- f ,1
of the Hartford Life InsuranceCo. : the Southern Alabama, division of ; ,

., and the Security Trust Co., both 'DEEP AT EMERY GAP. the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, NITEL'Y. t.

Special to The Journal Incorporated under the laws of Con- LIBEL SUIT FOR $15,000! struck a big log that was across the 1t; 1 1t
necticut, were carried out by the sher track just south of Beatrice, and asa :
TTashmgton D. C., Oct. 22.-The
off this afternoon on a suit brought J By Associated Press. result the engine was badly dam Commissioners Lee Daniel ear !4
;asses predicted in the cabinet are ) against these two companies by at- Denver Colo., Oct. 22.-Snow, wind aged, but no one received injuries Scott M. Loftin, appointed by tho ; I
III Shaw is booked to go out by torneys representing about twenty AGAINST CAPTAIN QVALEOf and cold have extended over nearlythe nor did the engine leave the track. .I' l'rl
larch,: 4. neit, rounding! out a ser- I thousand certificate holders of the entire country between the Rocky The fender of the locomotive was Judge of the circuit court to take testimony t I
company in various parts.of the coun- mountains and Missouri river today completely torn away and the engine of various parties In the case ;E.: }
-: of five the head of the
| re years as try to compel the distribution of the causing heavy losses to live stock suffered other damage. of the Pensacola _Water Company I l'

;-easury department. For some so-called "safety fund' of the com- the Norwegian Bark Andrea, Brought by the First and late .fruit Telegraph wires are The train was In charge of Conductor wherein that company) desires to .establish .. I

ODthS past he has been the most in-.I pany, which.amounts to over one million 't.' prostrated and railroad. schedules dis E. M. Wilson who was going the legal rate allowed by its '-' 1

'..ustnous campaign worker of the dollars.. A receiver is also asked Mate of the British Steamship Tugela,, 'as, a arranged. out on his first run since the wreckof franchise }i
the testimony ;
for is asked that receiverbe Ed. Wat and to perpetuate \ J.
it the last
abmet, and his voice has been heard and The storm is almost unprecedentedfor ,week and Engineer '
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of these parties heard considerable 'l .
ordered to pay over to the certificate severity at this season of the year.
2 many states. It might be said in holders all sums received for Result. of Statements- Made. Up to six o'clock this afternoon about son.The big log fell from, one of the of the evidence yesterday. In ';!'i ;.

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'gassing, that he has achieved great "safety funds." -- twenty inches of snow had fallen In log wagons as It was crossing over fact all of the Important witnesses .

putation as a "spell-binder," and Denver, much of which had melted the track, and the man in charge of were examined by the commissioners. : tn.
_A, suit for 115,000 damages for In charge o'f the Tugela' showed lackof and the Indications are that the snow- the wagon or cart could not removeit The case is a Tery important one, r
as attracted much attention as good r mation of character,, has been ability'to handle .the vessel and fall will continue tonight.At some and It is presumed went to secure and will establish forever the rate .
residential timber. He is looked CONTEMPT defa-I it through his fault that the'Andrea the is allowed charge
upa an't
CASE instils ,circuit court by, was places on"the eastern slope of the assistance, and In the meantime train company ;
as belonging to the aggressive po- counsel was 'damag d. Rocky mountains the snowfall meas- No. 8 came along bound for Selma. der the franchise granted,by the city. ,. i' .1.1I i
Avery, for J. master of the Tugela was Yesterday while the was ,1 i
.tical school of Roosevelt, the con- Asthe ures three, to four feet deep. Engineer Watson sighted {the log In{I I testimony I > ,
OP MAYOR ROSEU. Smellie. mate of the British 'steamer'l] ashore' during the storm, the steamer While the temperature on the time to partly stop the train, which being taken, a number of_ attorneys ft
ervative or. passive element being Tugala against Captain I,was In charge of the first mate, and plains fluctuates between twenty and was going at full speed, and a bad I who had cases pending against the '. :
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epresented by Vice-Plresident Fair- bark AndreaBoth |the has resented the reflection them i '
Norwegian vessels I latter thirty degrees above zero It Is much wreck was narrowly averted. company were present among Ii t I
anks. are In port, the British! steamer : cast upon him and- brought a suit fora At I being John C. Avery and Jno. P. )
altitudes. H
colder In the higher
To Succeed: : Shaw.It S. SUPREME COURT REFUSES having recently been libelled by the large amount against the masterof Corona the highest point on the new Stokes who represented parties who ;1 ,

Is generally understood that TO ASSUME JURISDICTION bark, Andrea for $%5,000 for alleged the bark. Salt Lake road two ,degrees below DEPOSITS WILL had restrained the company from discontinuing ;J "
Postmaster General Cortelyou will be damages resulting from a collision During the hurricane, is stated zero reported to-day. A Emery : service; John B. Jones .. N
ansferred to the. treasury. Some I IN THE MATTER. between the two vessels., I the steamer dragged her: anchors and the was drifted nine feet representing the city and W. A. !
has
eople !hoped that the mantle would It is stated that the suit broughtby the two vessels collided their anchorsand deep Gap and snow traffic Is practically tied up. i BE DISCONTINUEDSECRETARY Blount, representing the Water Com ;t: '
all on Assistant Secretary Keep who I [ "- t
the first mate of the steamer is anchor chains becoming fouled, pany.
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s admirably fitted for the place be-. Washington, Oct, '22.-The Supreme the result of a statement made by I and ,the Andrea has been injured to Among the witnesses examined -;:

ag well up In financial knowledge, court of the United States to-day re- Captain Qvale in his suit for libel such,. an extent that it will be necessary were President B. R. Pitt, H. G. Do- }, .
s well as being thoroughly posted as I( fused to assume jurisdiction in the against the Tugela: :In that he is to discharge the cargo to 'make SHAW WILL .STOP Silva, Frank Maura, former city clerk; }t' t
the detail workings of the depart- j I contempt case of Mayor Rose of Kan- said to have stated that the officer I the necessary repairs.6RANci1ANcE'LLoR COU N NTER.FEITED Miss Maura, who assisted him and

ent. Against these two guesses,.tom' City.A IMPORTATION OF GOLD BY c: E. Merritt the present city clerk 1
however Is the fact that both Cor. j fine of one thousand dollars was, who produced! the ordinance book : .' .
elyou and Keep are from New York. i f Imposed- the -THIS METHOD. -. a
against. Rose by supreme II containing the enrolled ordinance
The Empire State now has the presi- court of Kansas: for' assuming the : Ofl4. ., .- : .. ..:. granting the franchise and establishing t li i
lent and twp members of the cabinet : office as' mayor after he had been deposed EKrZ Ell -- '* i. the rate that should govern tbe:1. ; ti. t r
and a third member will not be taken of charge for failure to.enforce, : By Associated Press. charges, of The company ".k' ,
from that state. Through the country the liquor laws of the state. I I NOME New York Oct. 22.-Secretary :The one point which it was desired ,- f
there exists a decided prejudice |i The effect of the court's action will, K. OF P.. RETURNS Shaw authorizes the announcementthat to establish was the rate per hundred I
against putting the treasury department ('be to leave the sentence of the state I from and after the twenty third gallons through meter. On the t:

: in the control of a New Yorker : court in effect.SELLING. SILVER'By deposits to facilitate gold importationwill ordinance books there appears the
which has existed for nearly forty be discontinued. He has no dis erasure of a cipher which, had it \

Tears "Cleveland disregarded it in I From New Orleans, Where Grand Lodge of Florida Presented position by to disturb continuation conditions of that in not been erased would have made ., r. 'f'
his first administration, and it was Europe a the ordinance read from 3 to 5 cents : t

one of the causes operating to defeat i, LIQUOR .Loving Cup to Supreme Chancellor ', Associated Press. method of relief.Secretary also announced. per '1.000 gallons but as it reads it ,;< ...
him! In 188S. This will not Interfere New York, Oct. 2.-ca.pt. George Shaw is 3 to 5 cents per 100 gallons .
*lth Cortelyou's transfer for the Boynton pleaded guilty to-day'In the that he would stimulate national through meter t

resident has a very high regard for I ON THE SABBATH Schiverl' United States court to the charge of hank circulation to the extent of Mr. Maura was city clerk at the ;

him being a pasty to a plan for counter- eighteen million dollars by accept time the ordinance was passed and F. .
It is remarked that no man who feiting the :,silver corns of Venezuelafor ing approved securities other 'than enrolled it In the ordinance book and r t
has ever served as secretary of the Grand Chancellor Henry Horsier, valuable token of esteem from the the purpose of nnanclng revolution government bonds for deposits already erased the cipher. In enrolling! the ; ,.

Treasury has been able to reach the IS THE CHARGE.AGA.If.isT COLORED the Knights of Pythias of OfJ I Florida Pythians was presented the in that country. He was sen- made; the bonds'released to bused ordinance he stated; he added one I, .oJ J

residency. Gresham Sherman and SALOON KEEPER AND returned home yesterday from supreme chancellor by W. H. Ellis tenced to six months In the King's as a basis,of circulation without. cipher too many to the rate, and later k::
and W.. W. Hart, delegates from'FlorIda withdrawal from the treasury. ...
base are notable instances of this county penitentiary;; when he compared it with the original 4
'allure.! They all aspired all sought, HIS BARTENDER;. Orleans where he had been in 'attendance Lewis M. Thompson and T. S. Wilcox ordinance he-discovered his mistake Lj
tot failed. upon the sessions of the supreme The. cup which was presented was who were associated with Boyn- and erased the cipher making J

Chances of Keep. lodge Knights of,, Pythias secured last March and it was the ton, pleaded guilty of having in their COLORED FIEND it correspond with the rate named in .t
Mr. Keep is a young man and has Jerry Williams colored who con- which has been in session in that city intention at that time to present it to possss'on! 'dies for duplication of the the franchise. This evidence was the I 4 :-

lea his present position to the ac ducts a saloon north of the union de- during the past week. He was' accompanied Supreme Chancellor Schiverly at the coins of a: foreign country. and were YEARS most important to be developed during 1 -
Stance of all. Many times he has pot and near the Pensacola GasWorks by Mrs. Horsier. meeting of the grand lodge of Florida, fined two hundred and. fifty and one GETS 20 the hearing of the case by com 't r
the The grand chancellor of Florida reported which he was to attend, but this hundred dollars respectively. missioners. ,
rred as acting head of the department was arrested last night upon / {
having had a.most pleasant program could not be carried out, as fact that had been
The cipher '
during the frequent ab- the charge of selling liquor on Sun a / :
and highly entertained at on account of sickness the supreme By Associated Press.
Knees of Secretary Shaw. He stands j day. Isaac J. White colored, bar trip was Oct. 22.-Her erased In the ordinance book has -a
I the session. One of the features of chancellor could not attend the session INPUERTtfPRINCIPE I Montgomery -Asia -
!
tell with the president. but against I IJffl REBELS ACTIVE. caused much discussion In the city
also attdmpted
tender, was arrested on the same 'meeting : thepresentation It then decided to have man Thompson, the negro who ,
the lodge was, was
-' Is the double objection mentioned charge. supreme ,criminal assault on little since Its discoverey some years since..
Sat! New York already has two to'Supreme Chancellor the delegates to the supreme lodge ; and it has been alleged in many of :
mem- The arrests were made about 11:30 Callie Belle Caine'on Friday and for
from the to him when,the supreme -
Schiverly of a loving cup present the cup
Vrs of the Injunction suits that the company
the cabinet, the known
and o'clock last night by Police Officer Pythians of' Florida. This'occurred lodge held its session and this whom a posse'has been scouring Alabama
''Wosltlon; of the country at large to Neel but the affidavits made slipped into has been charging more than
are week in New Orleans. ever since was
and done last
when the
last was
Tuesday handsome
Jutting! the department In the keep- the legal rate allowed by the ordinance
against the men by .Special Officer court this afternoon, 'pleaded guilty
:n of a New Yorker. By Associated Press. ,under which it Is operating.
f I Kelley, who has obtained the evi Oct. 22.-Because of the and was sentenced to twenty years'imprtsonment
111 case Cortelyou is tranferred a dence that :will be adduced in the re- Havana conditions 'In Puerto Principe : He was then put on INJURIES RESULTED IN
number of names are mentioned as Balloon Reached Heightof unsettled to the Pratt 1
corder's court this m ruing? where armed rebels are a special ,train and sent i DEATH OF MINISTER -
i province
!
IB successor. Among them Is SECretary Both men gave bond for.. their ap- outskirts of Mines to begin his sentence. Since -:
:Metcalf of the department of peara.ncethis morning. still hovering near the committing the crime Thompson has Syracuse, N.YOct.. %%.-Rev. ,
depredations -
commerce and labor. and Captain!, Bight; Thousand Feet the capitol and committing of the Seventeenth : been In hiding carefully guarded by Christopher J. Donigan who fell with /
three hundred men
Harry S. New of Indiana. If Metcalf I =
under command of deputy sheriffs. the bleacher stand during the Syra .,
Is I Infantry -
transferred it Is understood It will III-
football Satur
on
cuse-Colgate
game
Cot John T. Van Osdale will be ordered a
w only for the purpose of making a OLD CASE TO BE By Associated Press. t ham county Vermont, fifty-seven day died to-day. His back was
there tomorrow. '
cabinet place for young Garfield! : now I Pittsfield, ]:Mas,, Oct.'%%.-Two bal. miles from the start Mr. Stevens The fever has been stamped CONSTITUTION OF broken. None of the other victims of (
yellow
*t the head of the bureau of of -"
corporations. said the Lorient reached a height the accident are seriously hurt.
Garfield Is one of the presl, : CONCLUDED TODAY loons. Centaur :and Lorient, partici- eight thousand feet. Above the clouds out Crucesv -which has hitherto

dent's chums plays tennis with him pated in the endurancecontest today the heat was so intense that all out been regarded, AS die most dangerous SUPREME LODGEBY

3d! !Is looked upon as one of the I I ; which carried them manpy'miles over side clothing had to be discarded. centre. The fever situation here Is KEY WEST DAMAGE -

"kitchen cabinet" There Is little I northwestern Massachusetts.,and Ver Twenty-five minutes after the Cen- unchanged. ,) .
t doubt: that Mr.. Roosevelt would like CASE AGAINST J. M. COE I IS TO BE mont. The balloon Lorient- outsalled taur landed an automobile driven by Associated Press.

to make a cabinet place for GarfHd.a1 CLEARED FROM DOCKET IN the Centaur by three' hours and half Floyd Knight which followed. the bal- FORTY INJURED New Orleans, La... Oct. '22.-The NOT NERY GREAT '
he may do It bv transferring Met- and finally landed in Jamaica' Wind- loons, arrived. amended constitution of the supreme
hit to the post office. RECORDER'S COURT. lodge Knights of Pythias was adopted ;rto

Close to President.On to-day. Most important .among ;
the other hand Harry New hasn'ways. Plans of the IN R. R. WRECK the new provisions Is one giving the LETTER RECEIVED BY LADY d

stood close to the pres'dent.' The case against J. M. Coe as manager Remodeled endowment rank & voice In the election FROM i
TJ"v, were In Onba together and both of the Pensacola opera house of its major generaL The amend A FRIEND RESIDINGIN _

deilrbt! Jn hunting bi?: eame.. Now Is I which has: been on the docket in therecorder's New Police Headquarters New Orleans By Associated, Oct 22.Pre-*By the derailing ed constitution retains the age limit THE ISLAND CITY. ; 1 !

rolltician of tact and shrewdness'l court for several weeks is of the Sunset limited on the for entry into the order at twenty- ; 'g
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aril at the present time vice-chair- I to be called today as it is the desire Southern Pacific near Boutte. La., one. : : ,

tan of the republican national com.1tIIttl'I' :to make some disposition of the case. miles west of here to-day, West from the
which has Remodeled plans of the new police tomorrow'night, and If the proposed twenty DANCE AND EUCHRE The damage to Key
H'" 1"1 not an office-seeker' I long been "pending. were Injured one destruction
about forty.negroos the
'"n fart it fs believed bv many of his Manager Coe was charged with violating and. jail headquarters were submittedby structure meets with the approval of of whom died shortly after the wreck. PARTY THURSDAY NIGHT. hurricane; outside fleet of is not aa great i F
of the sponging
r-Vnl that he would not accent of the city ordinances by'giving a the architects yesterday to. the that before body proposals It will be for onlyn Its erection short time will Several others were fatally hurt. The 'dance and euchre party which aa reported to Judge from a letter t

ant olVe lie like? to have plenty of performance in a place which had. Board of Bond Trustees and are now and the contract Three white men were also Injured. announced by the Concordia received by a Pensacola lady from a '. : ->4-
leisarp!' be advertised for 'Was
: to been declared to be unsafe. The testlmony
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follow hiQ! ; man and baggage cars
own In'lnatlous'i i i The engine Island city.
and the in the heard hut the being considered by that body witha awarded at as early a date as pos Club will be given Thursday,night at friend residing In the
case
cre! of offlco would matar- :I was and one coach, left the rails.MASKED club East Intendencia stated in her letter that .
the rooms on The lady
!2T view of changing or remodelingthem sible.
CU..t3J! his TXJrtunities for per I[attorneys for both, the city and defendant had practically
'naJ pJ"tsur" desired to make arguments. if found to be advisable before The building proposed Is a plain street. the sponging fleet
s. In many resoects to built The event is one of the first of the been destroyed. and that many shad
building be
h "ouB \ bend :but on account of their absence and submitting the plans to the council two-story brick
ma 'i an al1m'Mttle of BANDITSBLEW to be given by that club and all! the city had been blown
a"! 4I ", being engaged on other cases the for approval.The for the convenience those season trees over '
post office department for he offices in It, and Is for the members and their families down. The tide she said, caused > _
t ., has been plans were completed last who are to have >
f" 'acu't. t case allowed to stand on
Poi' M"1\d of maTdne everybody the docket week and submitted to the board but there Is no attempt at ornamentation. BANK SAFE as well as out-of-town., invited gnesta. water to rise aU over the city to a
weI1-develotlpd.. an+ cett3ito II I $18,000, and if It that covered the doorsteps of -
fp." owing to an error in the amount, of It Is to cost about depth
do what: he wants done. Hevn"rj space covered by the building.designed Is constructed according to the plans TREACHERY INTAMMANY many of the house, and that all were '
TEMPERATUREOF
be 1fo< to cornnt'on.' and no 1 for fear the water "t
creditable police badly frightened <
will be very
"' were returned to the architects for drawn a HALLBy
r; wonlfl he permitted to lineer 1 and a great improvement By Associated Press. would rise higher. .t.!
1f' I 78 DEGREESThe remodeling. It Is posslble-.that the headquarters Minneapolis, Minn, Oct. 22 JJask-
Prpc'nct of t* Department Pensacotians have friends or 4
a plans be submitted to the council the present place.senate's of excited Many ..
v..1. y. may upon ed bandits held a crowd Associated Press. ..
re"a'ned Itv!' 11"21\ maximum temperature at Pen ._ for three hours last New York Oct.Charles F. relatives In Key West who are glad -
at bay'
\/ther citizens
place is found for Metcalf'V j racola to the --- of the leader of Hall to know that the damage there I I.
!n yesterday according night at Sawyer N. D.. while part Murphy Tammany ; }
nave department TbN Haltogether ,degrees NO RUSSIAN ELECTION : Interpretation of the election not great. It wag feared for a few ;
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weather bureau .records was the blew the safe In the Sawyer declared today that there was no
tql'lf. howeron cbanl ;i : at 1:30 o'clock p. m., while the BEFORE CHRISTMAS law will consume so much.time that State gang Bank and took 14,500. Over treachery in Tammany toward W R. days after the storm when no communication ,
nona1)art to derartment! of :' minimum at 6 a. m found it 'the Hearst He said Tammany",will, pat could1 be obtained with :
was 71 degrees ----- the administration has Impossible three hundred shots were fired by : "
"e the retirement of Attorney On the same date last:year the maximum By Associated Press. to hold the elections to parliament robbers who escaped. with their up Its best work for the democratic the place. that It had been swept. <
-leraJ Moody, and It U concededtGoatiaued was 69 degrees and the minimum St. Petersburg Oct. 22.-Tfce revision as Intended. booty state ticket." away.
47 degrees of election,lists according*to'the before Christmas
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; ear,.; well matured, thoroughly cured, Piedmont leaij rt::& laxative is needed the.remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and

q :.3 with an aroma so delightful and appetizing that Ex-GovernorJcnnings Takes strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would !t;4 r

I ft sanction because its component parts are known'to be wholesome and the remedy

;r-. it popularized the chewing of tobacco. There's Exceptions to State-' itself free from every objectionable: quality. .The one remedy which physicians and

rr.+-.; i r no other tobacco in the world that requires and Ocala : 111 parents, wdI informed, +ippro73 and recommend and which the little ones enjoy t,

ment in because of.its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup j{;}.'

i ; takes so little ( Paper.The of.Figssnd for the same reason it is the cnly laxative which should be used by tk {

i@ fathers and mothers.
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; Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and naturally

ollOwng'open letter to Hon. ..2. ( without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, z
John S. Beard in Sunday'sIssue i
11M sweeten ng.I Cthe, Jacksonville_ appeared. TimesUnion without producing that constipated habit which results, from the use of the old- { ,

That what makes the difference between : '>1 time cathartics and modern imitations, and against' which the children should be so j, 4 d

Hon John 'S. Beard City-My; y.e 1; carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, -

y / Y SCHNAPPS and the many excessively sweetened morningVpaper Dear Sir: You as are having quoted stated'last In this j; flamestronghealthy and happy do pot give them medicines when medicines are not r.

.a. "' imitations-and if s such a difference that once aw.V night in your debate on the drainage I needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only

question'thaf'"the. federal government the simple pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs.

v q :J Ji. chewer chews SCHNAPPS, he is never deceived tried to give a patent "to the. Jts quality is doe not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative : j ,

: with any imitation. Govs.lands (Perry meaning Broxham the Everglades, Mitchell) and to principles of plants with! ', pleasant aromatic syrup. and juices, but also to our

: Fleming, but these men had refused !;(p, r: original,method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do

:: The sweet; tasty and exhilarating quality of the grant because the required survey \..d3.not accept any of the substitutes which: unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to 4

i.. ..,:f :'. SCHNAPPS tobacco has made the Reynolds factory had not administration been made. ,"Then said the previous Mr. increase their profits. Please to remember the full name of the Company- '.

.:; famous as the manufacturers of the best and most Beard, "Gov, Jennings' went to Washington CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In I.

and.took- the paten tj and thereby .,. order to get its beneficial
; popular brands of chewing tobacco, and as the largest transferred the cost of surrey ,_: 1 "
S',...r', V-v. \ ...\j 11 effects it is always necessary :....' ,
from tlie United States to the state ,.
s ,< and best equipped flat plug factories in the world of Florida. And this was done in the .-'f"t1.::l ; :' s ,j to buy the genuine (I,- -i IJ.

They contain every modern appliance for producing face of the fact that four previous .", :: (> If"/jr'1wo.' -..'"--aA.j only. For sale by all reliable r ...-, fJ.. { ... ..J.f ).
governors tad'refused the patent"I \.. \ l \ r ::: /V< ,"\
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; -' a the best chewing tobacco, by clean, sanitary and take notice of the statement poly \.\... ': ',: .." ;. \ .f; : .;fj-...,... ... ". :; $
G far ., '
so as to make H .J
you attempt applicable ,' ,.. / ( 1
i healthful processes. The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco to the drainage _question, .1J. .... *..1,.;/.. ="-.; ;f1/M- -

Companyis under the direction of the same men which I must admIt.Is a little remote.I ;?'.:':';' .-: _r,\.; .1.:::... ).... ;. J- .i
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ment concerning the acts of'my pre- .!, t. 1/ t f t <; ..;.J-1;
made the ; } 'I t .H: \ ; .. ....
chewing tobacco business a life-study. decessors In this regard. I know of .. : ,. .' t f 1.1 ."'. ,) l .
no such official act or the record -2. ; .J i.J AJ
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WIns ia1ills! H. C. thereof, and lido not accept It for;;* .-.-: ; f :, ....IJ....- !. I ..i" L"( .'

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ANDJNSPECTORS PRES.: CABINET p. J, .Jj; ; 'i ; ::-l r ;f .;
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CHOSEN BY. COUNTY COMMIS81ONERS ( Page.) Brent, Oct. 22.-We have had an nection and...whlch-jnatter I claimno

that Moody will soon retire. Bonaparte old-fashioned Autumnal weekfinefor credit other,than an effort to faith. ..
TO CONDUCT THE All farm work and decorated.with fully discharge a public,duty. "
NOVEMBER ELECTION. by education, training and .experience radiant sunsets. Matter pf History/: agreed by certificates, to convey, f.......+............. < M...fMft ................
< would make an admirable ,
to the railroads when fur
The saddest news is the sudden It is a matter of history that patented: ;
attorney generaL Maryland has fur fifty thermore ,,list.,98 cancelled and
1' Precinct No.: I-IX M. Cherry .James death of Georgia's great evangelist, It was
determined the
year ago was
Jones C. ,V. Andrews. inspectors; A. nished two of the great attorney gen Sam P, Jones. The event is rendered Everglades could that : revoked by the secretary of the interior I
Benton. clerk. erals, William Pin'kney and Beverly doubly tragical from not be surveyed. on May 18, 1898, and appeal
1 its occurrence See COAL AND WOOD
Precinct No. J-Floyd Athey, H. a Milli report of'Senator Breeze, with
Pinkney was appointed by having taken from the ''ruling
V %:J. y+. Helton, inspectors; W. H. White Johnson while the family were en route hometo I documents annexed thereto filed first been
clerk,. ". 5 Matlison, and while serving as attorney Carters ville;'for"a joyous reunion. session of dated"August"12. of the commissioner of the general
t Precinct No. 3-W.W. Klrkay Harry' general toot part In the battleof What an awful change In the "pro '1848. congress 'S land office; also the approval of the
Lewis E. G. Brewton.1 Inspectors G. A. -
WorrUI clerk. ; Bladeneburg, where he was wounded. gramme of that birthday' party! same list growing out of correspondence
WThtB JohniliOngTen.. E. Pad- He was one of.the great lawyersand /IWly God sent Ws corpse to meet A bill was then pending ,in the congress 'relative to the Seminolr Indians.: We deliver Ice, Coal; Charcoal and Wood any-
J f ett. Inspectors; John Gates: orators of the country. Before with dear relatives, of the United States to grant in this' state which 'caused the ap-1
neighbors and
clerk.Precinct No.J.. C. Cowao Alex. him, however, the place of attorney friends, we are- not given to ,under the the lands state south of of Florida Lake, for Okeechobeeto sole pointment' of Major Duncan President : where in the city. We can supply you in any 9uan4: >ri
Webb, W. A. Waters inspectors. Jas. general was offered to Robert Smith stand. the McKlnley/a/ brother-in-law asspecial
t. Klcholsen. clerk of his state, by President Jefferson. O! what a contrast between the purpose: of reclaiming that territory I.ndia.Jie t: to examine into ;:; tity ,and our ,service always. prompt. Steam and do-
Precinct No 6-Thos. Darisoo. CoO H. Smith was nominated and confirmed in order that"(Jt might be surveyed affairs in Florida and report on the i
festivities
Jackson Ales. .JlcVoy. 'inspectors; In anticipation on his J>9th and planted tmestic I coal. Wood cut any size. -
and
3 Jennings clerk. but never took the office preferringto birthday, and the'sad-funeral' closing brought into RU available character of the lands whereon they
Precinct No. 7-A.- D. Klcholsen. J. O. remain at the head of'the navy department the. career of one who had state. Later similar WIT was are residing their condition -etc., daring i
probably '
Ward. EL A. Tucker, Inspectors; G. H. that passed covering the swamp and overflowed which time it is information \
Wiggins,, clerk. which he occupied at more acquaintances than 'any other my i 'E. G. ,SEWALL
No. Taylor.. Crabtree, A. time. The next attorney general from lands in the state of Louisiana' a patent could not"be procured, andI :
X* effs.:: .- Flemtng,.lnspeetors; J. L. 'Maryland, after Pinkney, was Roger man.But such is lIfe-on a stage ofquicksandfull and later the act of congress approved challenge you to, produce any au-
Z
McCallum Precinct, No.clerk.9 J..A. GUmore M Stur- -Taney.. appointed to carry out the of shocking disappointments September 2L 1850, granting thentical statement to*the contrary. j 26 North Tarragona Street. _
dlvant. J. T. FiIllIlc Inspectors; P. M. president's 'determination to remove sorrow and suffering to lands to the state of Arkansas, was Claimants. of Lands.
Prtche.tt. clerk.Precinct the deposits from the United States the bitter end.I amended to cover eleven other states Later claimants of lands within the Phones 614 and 363.DRINK
Bryars. C.No.J. 10 Ward-J. T.inspectors Bisaby, ;Burgess A. T. bank, William Buane, the secretaryof am glad to learn that Prof. ,Allen Including Florida; hence,.the question territory applied: to the government L. .J.Jm .JI
o- Rice clerk.Precinct ,the treasury having refused to or- survived through the recent storm: of survey was determined more than : to homestead certain of these lands ;
No. 11-J. W. Emmons. W. C. der the withdrawal of the treasury, The hurricane must have struck him fifty years ago, since which "time, It and undertook to show, and it is my .......... ... .................
Williams W. L. Miss, inspectors; J. B. that would be violationof is my information, that the govern information that they
i Stewart clerk.y to do so a with great violence. In the broadest were successful -
Precinct No. 1Z J. N. Andrews W. L. the law. Taney decided the mat- Sat, under a velocity of 100 miles an merit has never considered surveying in'part, that a portion the lands l
\ Moyer, F. F. Bingham Inspectors; C. B.Wlla&n '. ter otherwise, ordered the removal hour, to blow the music all out of his the Everglades for the reason statedin were not, swamp and .overflowed BOTTLED
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.g Precinct dark.f Na'13-Thos. W..Kent..Jas. Cot destroyed the bank, and was/ rewardedby soul! a decision relating to Florida No patent was tendered to me during (
Gift. Otto White inspectors; Julius receiving the appointment as chief We find'that the damage to farm Swamp lands -known'' as_ the Ever. my incumbency' in office, by .the .-I .-I'
Mftnko. clark. justice of the supreme court, a position crops ,did not end at the surface tI glades, rendered by Secretary Smith government, and! if ft.had'bee, based
Precinct, No. 14 Jos. Blown Dixon: B. he bad held until his death dur the fields. Our potatoes are rotting under date of January 30, 1894, reported upon the condition of list 87, which
Sr. John O'Brien..inspectors Abe -
t
k Reed ;
; A Daniels clerk, ing the administration of Mr. Lincoln badly on heavy land, from the excessof In volume 18, of the department embraces school lands. I could not 8 & Bi @eq
Precinct' N*. li:-T- S..Caro ,Phllan- who appointed Salmon P, Chase his water which drowned put manyof of the Interior. have accepted it; neither would I 4
i ch**,.Jaiw clerk. Whitehead'luspedtonO.. E.Riera. successor. our "stand- ve(* collards. In this decision. on'page 28, we find have applied for a patent to these ,
:Prtclnct No. 16 -HJ H. Batcher,. Luke ;when the break up occurred In the Henry Clopton's residence looks this language; : "It 'appears that the lands had we not sought able legal v a -
Flowers. Jas. Hubbtrd, inspectors. ; W..B. cabinet of President.Tyler, John Nel gay in its new white dress and red Everglades Is a body of land, the mostof I advice and studied the status of the

Ifofcblrd Preelact clerk.No. 17-J. E., Spaen. A. W. son, of Maryland, was made Attorney dened fOQtSomebody meanin which.. Is swamp. land within_the_ titles of the land reaching; ; the determination
R aCU9is, Hiram'SusCT.*inspectors; 'T. |\T.Aditns. general, and, served about eighteen nf the act of (850 and and I incapable that- the frusta And- lands 0 Before drinking see that }' u
clerk.Precmct months. Nelson...jad been a memberof Wants What You of,being surveyed, having vested In the trustees 'were superior I
No. ll J W.Bowman, J, A.W'Sniam been rendered so by the: S
; very agencies to that of claims of railroad
H. and United 'States minister companies get the GENUINE. A word
.C. Johnson Inspectors; T, congress
Have.We that l induced the
J. Cushion clerk. to Naples. Next to TInkney, per? passage of the act and. that the claims of railroad o 0 F
Precinct No. It-A. B. FllUnbn. F. :M. Can Find "Somebody." Itself. The object of the companies were. Inoperative against
Wood B. A. Hall, inspectors; J, B. )haps the ablest attorney general the L. S. BROWN & CO. statute of J85<> (9 Stat. 519) ,was to these lands, to the wise is sufficient I IA
has had Reverdy Joanson -
: Oooper clerk. country was, o 0
Precinct NO. 20-W. M. McCurdy, M. appointed by -Taylor, and who "We Sell LOU.*' enable the states to reclaim the Exception of Islands.
List Your Property With Ut For, "Quick swamp lands within their midst that
F. Martin Bal Newberry; Inspectors; After our determination of this Et
until about the middle of Ftll- -
Mark McCurdy, Clark. j served Sale.." were unfit for cultivation" quotingthe ,
point in March 1 03. the third
Precinct No. 21-John Bell M. E. Hen more'B administration Mr. Johnson. Phone 918. Thleten Bldg. act in fullOn ; year Hygeia Bottling Works
demon, J. A. Patterson, inspectors: (X R. long stood at the head of the bar not of my term. I sought and procured a E
; Vaughan C'lE'rk.I'r6'Clnet only in Maryland, but in the entire A Harrow Sv.ealc. page thirty the decision refersto new list; No. }!$, and.bad eliminated 587.r
No. 22 W. M. Bowman, E, N. 124 E. Chase Street. Phone
i" Jerclgan. J. IL King- ,-lnspectora; W It.M.yo. country. Fifty-six years have passed Tour front door Is unlocked, sir!" issuing a patent covering the Everglades thirteen tracts embracing 520'.acres ,
clerk. since Maryland has had an Attorney shouted the policeman when he found upon an estimated area desIgnated as nOD- amp'1an4s.and: after special .!!! I
r'," No. 23-H. C. Kelium, D. W.Cowman. general. Will Bonaparte break this that Mr. Careless Householder had by metes and bounds, excepting effort I,had exceptions'pf-Jslanas -
r- W. J. Kellunvlmspeotars-R. J. long of rest therefrom all such islands as were In that territory, which in my. judgment 1I
period
bed
Seymour clerk. : gone to without attending to h1Ilocks. ? F DAVIS
at the time of the passage of the jeopardized the title to.aU the J. JEWELERNow
I .. act of 1850 not included in the terms ands embraced in the patent modi- ,
"It's all right" replied the burglar thereof {holding that the "islands" fled -and limited to islands within' the ;
Y from the bedroom window a minute so excepted should be segregated,, by waters of the Golf of:Mexico, thereby New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St
later; "my son will lock it when h, survey. relieving'the main lands of any,.qnes-
comes home. Here's shilling for I will not go into detail and undertake lon concerning the exception ofelands

you." to relate various steps requiredto ,--tjut. in my opinion! ,would ." ...
"An easily earned bob," chuckled the' bring about the issuance of the have been A constant source of }Itlga 4
Roy'I. policeman as hi walked away. patent suffice it to say that there. Lion and an;t1 settI d'condltl Ji. owingto I l li
**A narrow $squeak said the burglar, was a list No. 87 approved in 1897,' the numberless' islands 'and the
with a sheet round his shoulders. by the commissioner of the general changeable condition of the lands in THE BIG STORE
land office covering these lands; that the process of reclamation, and the S
his whose
,, "Very, replied accomplice said list embraced the school lands recent rulings of the land department "
y hands were tightly clasped .over poor in the territory ((16th sections..) construing what ia and what' is .not i iI
BaKin Mr; Careless Householder's mouth.- Granting Certificates. swamp and overflowed lands. i
( Powder London Express. Some of my predecessors that, you If my predecessors were begged by
name and their associate trustees the general government to accept
1 Skirt 'And Shirt. during their terms executed certificates patent to .the swamp and: overflowedands M I
"Skirt" is etymologically the same to several'million acres of landsto under the act of congress that I 4
ILS.S. Absolutely word as "shirt," though. Jt has come I railroad companies with, which yon. refer to, why did they pay to Mr.Wailes :I 1 We have just received

over another linguistic route and properly I you are doubtless familiar agreeing, WU72.21 (Un lands: ) for procuring a big shipment of the i ii
means a short garment. In fact among other things to deed thesa patents to five and one half

Pure "skirt," "shirt" short," shear," lands to railroad companies when; millions oj acres of swamp and overflowed t
. ': patented. Do you mean to say by lands and the farther sum of18S58OO
In all i
tie" and "curt" are probability Celebrated
your reference to my predecessors (in lands) for securing indemnity :
; near relations. put "skirt" has got itself i
that they would have accepted a patent certificates?
DISTINCTIVELY A CRCAtVr specialized a lower garment, I on this list, including the sixteenth : Yours very truly, i "DU1CHESS" i ii
OFt with special reference to the lower : sections, which they had I W-S. JENTWGS,

TARTAR BAKING edge thereof, the boundary where the Jacksonville, Fla.. .Oct. 19, 1906. I Ii
POWDER garment IS cut short whance the verb : i Trousers
z "to skirt" WHY NOT YOURS? a, seNes

does not contain WE SELL REAL ESTATE FOR OTHERS i with i
Royal an atom oft Not, the only trousers
crmeea. WitsSharpened Why Yours?
-. phosphatic acid- (which is Wife (during the tiff)-I have suffered L. S. BROWN CO. : 4 ees the guarantee-lOcts. J

product of bones digested in', thel every calamity. that cap befall a *W Sell LeU.; button-$1.00a rip .
Husband (calmly)-Oh, .no, a :
woman.
Phone 918 Thiesen
phuric acid) or of alum (which is haven't dear. You have never Bldg.
you my LUt Your Property With Us For -SatS- 'Tisy storf<. .... ad ,-._ t
one-third sulphuric acid) 'substan. been a- widow Wife-You Tidentlydon't rectory S.,.." '
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understand: I,said. '
ccs adopted for other baking ORDER *
pow- n
.1ty; Nuts EASTERN STAR.
Grape :
+ ders becauseof their cheapness) Regular meeting of
Order of Eastern Star,
ne.'tla7. .
)Me* ofDe
Tuesday. I
,man who takes blssef seriously, S.. J.Q&s. .SlfA.o'clock.BEYERS.
miante of Wf life" said ands FOOD, souls |
every i WM.JOHNSON &
)SRS.
OYAI BAicma MWKR co. new YOU*. KARt' BAGGETsec.
Eben, "anus gits t
.. things-a hero or a Joke.Washington. : .
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I. Have You a Sweet i .....
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10D .,,_ tlt. TO MEXICAN N PENSACOLA The real cause for Eczema: is the presence of humors and sour adds in i -
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..',, "". I'CSu as0"'\.IUn.,,\,,;', Tooth the blood. These impurities get Into the circulation because of imperfect T.
: er \ action of those Of the whose
., o"\ $ \ 0" .. > members system duty it is to collect and carry -
if ,0'1"0 .,,\ to ; .. off the refuse and waste of the ,body. As this effete matter lies in the .

,1..!" I Y .b\\\t1 t"ere6\\-\-\ G5- We can fill that tooth,to a taste system it ferments and generates acrid'humors which are absorbed into the 'rj.' -

".. \ I \t, \\ gets-OS', i CUTTERS with the line of Candle* we selL WATER blood, overcharging this vital fluid.with acid. In its effort to keep the sys. '-: -

, \ : : Menler's Mixed Chocolate or tem: healthy the blood throws off the humors,through the pores and glands :. -

Bon-Bon, 1 Ib.,,boi.....:60c bf the skin causing this tormenting skin disease. The escape of acids and -

'-j.... ; Menler's Mixed Chocolate or humors through the pores and glands irritates and burns the skin, producing ii.

" 't; : Must Use More Discretion a n.Bons, half lb. box..35c Reveals ,Fact That it-is Free rastttles filled with a clear, sticky fluid,.which dries. in crusts and patches -

, -;. Princess Sweets (m'lxed1 Ib. causing the most intense itching and often pain. The trouble is in the blood, \

.:: : un'"I With Gulf'Fishing box : 50c of Fecal Contami- and S. S. S. is the remedy.for Eczema, because it is a real blood purifier. It Q -

. \ Princess Sweets (mixed half goes down into the circulation, removes all acids and humors and makes the

: "I Vessels.The lb. box......._.............25e nation. btood rich, pure and healthy. When S. S. S. has done. this the symptoms

i : Chocolate Biscuits per box..,.2Se ... pass away, the blood is cooled and the disease,cured permanently. Nothing

That's protests of the Pensacola Mobile Chocolate Creams,Choco'ate! Win- acts so promptly or pleasantly in all skin diseases as S.. 3.,S., and it is at -
Has and Galveston wholesale fish companies the same time a fine tonic to the entire system. Book on Skin Diseases an4 j
tergreens, Choco'ate! Peppermints An examination of the water obtained
Mexican to the actions In past monthsof Chocolate: MarshVial- : from'':the pumping 'station of i medical advice free. 77 SWIFT SPECHJC, CO.,. ATLANTA,_GA :
revenue cutters or gunboats -
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; i lows, and other kinds at '
In seizing smacks. and also: many the Pensacola Water; Company and

2 searching them upon the high seas 10 cents per box. also from a hydrant, has .been,made

The oneness of purpose has resulted In an order from the The sweetest line of Chocolates by> the state bacteri& gist The (
Mexican and Bon-Bon In the"city in
government to the cutters
and ability to stick : I and it is expected that there will be .bulk at 40 cents per pound.Rosenau&Gerelds. samples were forwarded to Jackson- .

to lit, with and little if any interference In future ville by City Health-officer Pierpont Wm.Johnson&Son
ways, I with the fishing vessels while they and he has received the following

: means amply provided, I are at the Campechee banks The following cOPy _of the report of the examination -

: is producing great re- '. special from Washington on :
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this subject will be read with interestin Laboratory State Board of. Healthof

: Pensacola: Florida., Jacksonville FIa..
: "The state department has ,been in- THE FANCY GROCERS, Oct. 8, 1906.
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: Our Fall line for Men formed that the Mexican government Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State Health -:--
: has given instructions :o the gunboats 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Officer Fla. -
Jacksonville
: and Boys will show what .. i and ,revenue cutters that it has employed Doctor -
Dear I beg to report upon
: we mean and what we I to break up fishing by American Phone 391 two samples of: water submitted for Our great Storm-Damage. Sale is .still going on at L !

: have smacks in the territorialwaters bacteriological examination by Dr. J. ; .
f accomplished. '
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-" i',of Mexico, to refrain from any unnecessary Harris Pierpont ctyhealth officerof our store, corner of Palafox and Intendencia streets.
interference with vessels
., Pensacola Fla. The samples were
Boys' Suit, $2 to $10. outside of the boundary limit and to with 'l
PLANKING FOOD. forwarded: In strict accordance We have things that we are going-
: a.great'many -
: Ille as lenient as possible in other re :
Men's Suits
$10 to $35 the
'2 i t he directions printed upon
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spects. This results from the .protest '
.: ..'t',, '" ", of the state department against A,...t Dainty, Health and Palata. Wanks. 1. sell, so be sure and call ami: No.
7. '. ..' ..- .1'II the action of the commander of ble Method of Cooking. Sample
a cubic
Number bacteria per each
:. : '',. \ I Mexican gunboat in stopping and Planking means to bake or cook food centimeter, 13,500. want to buy, you are always welcome at-the; Big Store.
:
; _: UThis.: is the hme'of searching: an Amercanvessel on the cu a plank in the. oven or in fipnt of a Amount of chorine per 100,000 partsof T -
high seas The Metican
il government fire '
<
: ', '.., : : high-grade clothing.icTA11DARDCLOTHIllG0. contends: to that a revenue: cutter' Las aright It Is one of ,the daintiest, healthiestand !No water intestinal 002. bacteria have been MEN'S SHOES, UNDERWEAR; it. :
and- .
step examine
foreign "
+ I most palatable methods of cooking. Isolated. .
vessels approaching;, the_ ,territorial LADIES' SHOES, HATS, CAPS, j -
Sample No. 2.
lines with The plank contains an acid called a -
.1 apparent Intent to cross -
pyroligneoua acid, .and some of this Is Faucet in office of Drs. Andersonand
+ i while the state department holds that BOYS' PANTS, .11' GLOVES, i
while this contention would be ad- separated from the plank by the heatof Pierpont. .

missable as applied to trading vessels the fire or oven and rises in vapor. I Number of bacteria per each cubic BOYS' SHOES .. -, DRY GOODS :
16. ,
I centimeter
a fishing smack isnot subjectto Then the oil which is in the meat or chlorine .
: Amount of per 100,000 -
these revenue laws. There will be falls, tried out by heat and of course : 'j
of water 0.02. MEN'S SHIRTS LADIES' SKIRTS
further parts i
some exchanges before! this
1 .I point is'.settled. flows down upon the plank. Here It No intestinal bacteria have been .

i TUiE5Efl\.BUILDfflGi Another matter at issue is the assumption comes In contact with the pyrollgnecras Isolated. MEN'S SUITS, LADIES' JACKETS, : :
by the Mexican government acid being procured by the distilla- : In conclusion permit me to say \'. .-;
that the fact that. a fishing smacK in tion of the wood and, both being hot:, : that the laboratory has found nothing MEN'S PANTS, TRUNKS \ -

.. I the neighborhood of the boundary line a chemical union is formed with the :, indicative of fecal contamination. T. ? _

with her nets and fishing gear on result that the nature of., both oil and Yours very truly.HOWARD WHEELER &WILSON: SEWING MACHINES.
HOLLOW-AY,
--- -- ----. ---, -. deck. is about to violate the, law by acid Is changed Into a gas which rises S.
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SOMETHING NEW I fishing within the territorial waters meets the meat or fish and permeates It. Assistant Bacteriologist.
WOMAN.The
Co'd-filled' Beiat] Pins, 25 zsd d 30s per pairN. Testimany presented to the state department The hot cooking fish or meat easily Nothing to Fear. and everything at such a low price it will Surprise, yoti. :
by the Gulf fishermen Is I < >
in o
absorbs this gas and its properties are Mothers need have no hesitancy -
Palafox New and Different Magazine for .
A. Gahlenbeck,2flS. Si that it is a common practice of skippers knows."
continuing to give Chamberlain'sCough Don't forget the place-"Everybody .
Women which makes Its first appearance to begin overhauling their fishing In the process chemically changed. Ina I i I p
Remedy to their little ones as I II
COTTRELL witWtheNov, : l1be! gear soon after they leave the home way it has been "cureoV with the result -, ?
Inju-
absolutely nothing
The that it has taste that is palatableand it contains t<
port prospects are said to be
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. issue. Now on the News- rious. This remedy Is not only perfectly -
, Pensacsla. Fla. stands.t favorable for an early and satisfactory a relish that is appetizing. safe to give small children ,buts
I adjustment of the fishing dispute. Nearly all kinds of meat are improved medicine of great worth and
There' arc in Aantrici: a good manydlstn'tly } ." a
TURTON; & DELL. ; woman publications Though they in the process, of planking. Chickenis m rlt. It has a world wide reputationfor
PHOTOGRAPHERS SKOC 1S/J. differ widely H merit, they are nevertheless a delicious planked. its cure of coughs colds and
k.., ""plel.! ImnssIq:! I,)' In"..trt. emphatically similar In' general WM.JOIINSONSON
scheme-a s-natterins of, fiction, a few THE REVIVAL As far as fish is concerned no other croup and can always be relied upon.
articles some fasMon: and a considerable method of cooking con equal it. Be For sale by all druggists.The .
R. K. WHITE
percentage of small talk.
'ttrImaker. This is all Its and doubt sure that the plank will go Into your
4 Hanntactiinpf! .ewe'sraat: : Graduate right in way. Forbes Piano.
_trtltell.80 S. Ptiaiox Strest PsmIi.. Fla. I less furn sies a ,very good; model for a IS CONTINUED oven.
woman magazine, but it is not the only Never wash the plank"with' and This is a magnificent piano in every
mocel on which a magazine can be made soap detail construction, and will compare -
that will be welcomed: into the home ov water. Sandpaper. thenjnb It clean ;
,
favorably with any other on the '
Tersely ToldA women "THE BIG STORE"Palafox
Women are the sreat readers of the REV. CALLAV/AY, PREACHED TO with salt apdbrownaperand, put market It has been thoroughly tested
.
world and this is especially true with regard away in a clean bag ,.until required out .allover, the_country and has, received t.
large number of youns people to UcUcn.: ilcn read more or less LARGE CONGREGATION AT I again. -Plttsburg Press. commendation ,of alL Be ', d 'f'1'
flctlon. some books. a KOoJ articlesIn
many
ii pleasantly: ....e magazine but chiefly confine sure and see it before buying a piano.
.i l'
!ast night at the hall of the Catholic their reading: to the daily papers.: Theyare EAST END BAPTIST E. H FORBES PIANO CO. '- r I
Knights of America where a dances much greater readers of daily papers TAKE CARE. OF YOUR FACE.
P. A. HENDRIX
j 1Ten.Dr. than wonen.omen,, have more time CHURCH. I Street at Intendencia f
for reading than men. and the story Pensacola Representative.
How to Treat It to .Keep the Skis
J. Harris Pierpont who'has dealing with the human heart. and witi" : f; l lf
.1J een attending a meeting of the State the joys and sorrows and struggles and Fresh and Smooth. Are You Looking For a. Sure
xaminlEs: Board at Jacksonville: !keenly triumphs: of lfe .interests. them most The revival services, vrhich. commenced -.I If you, want to keep wrinkles from .

.hlch was In session last week, ha3 It is this element good, wholesome absorb over a week aso at the East coming wash your face,withcold water Sale? _"_ -. .
returned to the city.: ;ng- fiction and in a great big meas I End Baptist caurch.are being contin- and then wipe it over with diluted Have You any Property Which You Wish -
ure-that will,, differentiate' Woman from f neJ; and services' win' 'be conducted I' to Sell! ? If to. See Us.
Charles Cottrell will leavetodayar all, the other woman magarires. .To I lemon juice. This hardens the skin. L. S. BROWN & CO. ; '
both to night and tomorrow at ; ,
': South Florida -whers he will re- make five roor-i or evensix ty Jill this.serial fict'nj-aay,stories! : and fouror a 7:20 o'clock.ILev. ] night' i Soft flabby skins may be greatly Im- "We Sell Lots." I f Creates Sensation in New Orleans : [

:naln for about ten days making large number ojshort stories and per- Thos M. Callawa/ of' the \ proved by the steady use' of cold water LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FORA

views of that section of the state. haps now and then a complete run el-- First Baptist church occupied the! p'. -Ii I and lemon juice, and the lemon 918. .'"SURE SALE"Phone Thlesen Bldg. '

Inspector 'Sutton of the Georgia In- no there illustrations.will be pub'isiiea Every: no Illustration!' fashions and and pt! last nIght' : at the church, and pulp on the skin makes an excellent I : hf f

G-ance Commiss.on! in iif city in- i I every page of fashions cut. -just so much preached an eloouent scnnon to a ; soap, removing liver spots as well as PITCH PINE INENGLISH 1- L. T. Cooper, the young philanthropist -been a stubborn one and nothing I j| 4!
estigating'! the .bock ana btstness.lone Ont You of the reading space: lame and appreciative congregation.The the grime of daily travel. says the who with lila strangenew could do seemed to alter my con- < 1 :
here by Georgia insurance com I' and get cannot it for got a soinethmg very long time.( nothing If a ccnreKat'on3! each night s'nce !1 Waverly :Magazine. MARKET medicines has been exciting ditlon. Several physicians treated < > 'r:{ ,:;

pnr.es. He has about finished hi!* dales magazine gives you In fashions and illustrated the revival commencidhave been ex f Hot water should be employed for much attention from newspapers me without result and when T \5 '
and will leave to-day or to-mor- bric-a-hrac. and in its department ceptlonally large, and so' much Interest ; delicate skins with great care. as It Farnworth & Jardene timber and i all over the country now has New Cooper's medicinesIwgan to create 'J :

iiI :O\r for other points. I (clear$that ail that it cannot its pri give<:.e will!n rover.addition it is a has been slown that:: it was :decidf ;j will destroy the elasticity of the raus1 machinery' brokers of Liverpool, Eng., Orleans In a storm of enthusiasm; so much attention I determined to ;- (.

Hose wagon No. 3. which has 'been ton of fiction. >d .to cont'nu! thp services tonightand 1 cles. An occasional liberal of hot have the following to say in their 2 over his remarkable work. The give them a trial. The worm I I.1 ,
use -
This magazine will eoticentrateon fiction to-morrow night.! wood circular. dated, October 1: sales of his preparations'has reached which they expelled from my sys- ;
I adergom repairs and repainting forme I .
Ficton! will be its fourteen inch water for cleansing, followed with
'
tern measured :
: during the nearly fifty feet In
arrivals of pine and wonderful -
,. .. The pitch enormous figures "
) weeks, was again: placed in com gun. It may be that it Isn'tas good a .. .. .. '
--- --- very cola until roe race glows with roe been 7 vessels. trouble length and I rid of
.isslon erday. Hose No. model for a woman magazine;;! as the -1 the past month have cures of stomach as soon as was J
: Will z1be ye place'd in wagon the repair conventional one' bunt has the merit of reaction, may be beneficial but should 1 6,842 tons against 3 vessels 1,095! i and rheumatism accredited to his the horrible thing I began to 1m- h

t1 p. The old patrol wagon la used a<* being woman's different magazine If in there the field were, the enly other one Mrs. Robert \Whitelej.1r. I Ij never be given oftener than once a tons during the same'period last year. medicines which were at first the prove." Upon being asked about 'j

E hose cart during the period that model would probably be preferable.! But fortnightThe There has b'een a fair import and a J subject of much conjecture have the attendant symptoms he declared 2 .
:ie trucks are being repaired and hasserved with several hundred such periodicals I.j j best dermatologists say much good consumption, the stock remain I become so common that their genuineness that they are much similar '.t I...
: this and alL built on practically tae same harm Is done to the face by indiscriminate Ing in much the same position as at can no*longer be doubted. to those of any stomach disorder -.;
very acceptably pur. lines. it Would that i
seem something radi- month. In that 60 cent of a variable appetite dizzy spells,
joseJust, cally different. in conception though .j, and Ignorant massage. Massage the end of the previous His theory per '
i '
equal'y close to the nerve-centers of forward transactions for this district the so-called stomach trouble is headaches, constipation nervous-
stretch the muscles
what you want-Blue Ribbon human Interest. would be able to preempt wrongly given may there has been practically nothing : due to immense parasites, or tape nes%and a continued languid tired ::: '
!Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure a. corner of the wo-nan' field and 1 1I and make them flabby. It is a good done, the difference between shippers J worms, is verified in nearly every worn out feeling being the most 2
hold I tAll
50 twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon fiction would be absolute concentration I I thing when done as it should be, but i. and importers ideas of value be- + case reported. Wherever he goes common while one of the surest .:, j J
lavor" is perfection. Ask for the 25 but that would not measure up bow and when it should be given one ing too great and It now remains to people bring to him glass jars and signs is dark spots that appear to ..; I
cents size. to the purpose of this magazine. The aim should learn from a specialist. Very be seen to what extent the recent T dishes containing these parasites float before the vision alter stoopIng 2
is to make it. Indepepdent of Its great the of Mexico will affect been from over. ...
volume of fiction just as much of a home seldom two skins require same storms in the Gulf + which have expelled : s:
ANY ATTENDED THE magazine in all the essentials! as any treatment and what benefits one may the position but it would appearto their systems by his medicines. It is estimated that over one hundred .
FUNERAL OF J. L HALL I woman' magazire on the tnirhet--a publication do another harm. tend to further strengthen the mar j Nearly three hundred of these thousand bottles of 'Cooper'sMedicines 1H.

for that women shall outrank in the aU way other of entertainment magazines -- Sea salt makes most skins firm. A ket. Hewn has been imported sparingly 2 cases are reported from New Or- have been sold during (\

I end. in addttion: shall have :ti ,. lady In her forties who has not a wrinkle but the consumption has about : leans and in almost every Instance his visit to New Orleans, and'Judg-
One of the most largely attended the substantial qualities that go to help '" "r kept pace, and the stocK remains un the patient had been unaware that ing from' the space devoted to his t\:
funerals that has occurred in Pen- people to live better and be wiser < 'fl i .. I says it Is beer use she has nevergone changedFor first-class wood there is X his suffering was caused by anything work by the newspapers of that -t-t

I 1 cacola was that of Engineer ,J. L. pages Woman which is a gives very It bIg!well-nigh magazine double-192 '....>.\. 1i; 1. to bed without first washing her a good demand. Sawn has been imported I$ more than ordinary stomach. city Cooper is the talk of the town. : ,;
Hall who met death last week as a the reading space of the various woman's ...,,-<)'(<1'.: '" I face In cold water and then wiping it freely; there has'been a great 1 trouble .L. T. Cooper It will be remembered ':

result of the collision between train publication. By reading space is meant .' Robert ''vi teyor'' Pittsburg I I. with rose water and glycern.! consumption;' values remain unchanged $ Mr. A. R. Halle a prominent is the man who created such : (

!V. 2 and engine 29 on East Wright the curled apace by advertising given to reading and not oc- Pa., Writes: "My ,wife was"-subject 1 .. Deals and boards have been: 1m.- : business man of 1419 Carondelet turmoil in St. Louis a short time : f

street !!I Whatever ad\ertis.ng: this magazine: to chronic stomach trouble and terrible SunIl.t rub Flr*. Out ported to an average extent The consumption + street New Orleans. Is Authority ago where he is said to have sold i J'; :
I The funeral services were conduct- {I may carry will appear on'additional pages nervousness; she was 'thin and 1 "An oven or stove: should never be has been satisfactory, and for the report of one of the most nearly a quarter million bottles of e ,

e 1 Friday afternoon at the family t]I I-pages and net inserted taken from especially the reading for advertising.section. had a wo"n-out look. Doctors after built where the sun will strike It." the stock Is not heavy. The values r remarkable of these cases. AccorJ4 his preparations. l's."

home on East Jackson street where I I All this-its bigness and many friends: of the deceased; and of 11 advertising on reading p&Je5-wiU fur- At last she tiled: 'V'nol. and soon fire know. I had often heard tained. -- T been sufferer from 'a severe af--agency for Cooper's medicines. It :
tbe bereaved family gathered. The ther differentiate this magazine from the the change in !her condition seeorad out you ; fliction of the stomach for the past Is said that the sale of. his two -
would not
fires
conventional brand; of woman's from old that -
magazine women
deceased was very popular among the I -almosmiraaulous.. She contInued t six years and had been treatedby remedies Cooper's New Discovery : --
railroad employes and their families : its use, and to-day she is in perfect burn' well If the sun shone on them AN OLD IDEA I; physicians who diagnosed his case and Cooper's Quick Relief have be- -
tod they were present in large num- i I Sick Headache Cured. health and has gained 36 P01Dds-1 I but r thought this was a superstition. $ one of tape worm but whose ,treatment come enormous and that the most
tars the members of the Brotherhood Sick headache Is caused by de her friends hardly know her so great .1 thought the fires only seemed to Shown to Bs Absolutely False By failed to relieve him. SpeakIng gratifying reports have been received '

of Locomotive Engineers, the Ladies I rangement of the stomach and by In- is the change. To Yiaol we give all I burn less well because the bright light Modern Science. 2 of his experience with Cooper's from those who have used f

Auxiliary to that order. Order of Railway -:1 I digestion.:, Chamberlain's Stomach the pra'se, and everywhere I recommend of the sun made their flames look pale People used 'to think that baldnesswas + preparation he said: "My case has them. :

Conductors and Brotherhood of {I and Liver',Tablets correct these disorders your Vlnol as I have more faith 1 and weak. I was wrong though. It of those things which are 0 --- :

I/Jcomtive Firemen attending in a and,effect. a cure. __ By taking In It than I have In doctors 'or any Is a fact that sunlight on a range or handed one down from generation to generation <.-.........................1.+..............M ......... ,:i
l body, and eight engineers and conductors -I these tablets.. as soon as the first In- other medicine." stove will weaken and eventually extinguish from father to son-Just likea '.' "
with whom the deceased had; dication 'of the disease appears the A member. of the firm cf W. H. : the fire. The reason. Is that family heirloom. _,,:J ,

I been assoc'ated for many years act I attack may be warded off. For sale White & Co says "Vlnol Is hinder combustion, Science has shown the falseness of _
!
!lag suo-I the sun's rays
as pall bearers. by all druggists: cessful In cases likethis : that baldness
From the family home the cortege contains in a concentrated form all rarefying the air and ,lessening the this belief by proving constitutional dlease ::J ,

ended Its way to St. John's ceme- New Suits FII cL'- of the curative properties ,con*ained 1 1. bait of oxygen so necessary to a good, but itself the Is result not a of a germ invasion of G. DeSILVA! & COMPANY _

7 where the remains were p! ced The following; nE'w'suits were filed in cod: liver oil the useless ol eliav I bright blaz:; .l_ which only Herpteide can effectually i

*', est. The grave was entirely covi yesterday In the office of, the clerk ,of mated and tonic Iron added and it I Dark Clothing. 'scalp. '

*** with Coral tributes presented by the circuit.court; ,- is the greatest strength creator II A cake Bpot of on bark soap: and a piece ot rid Washing the only cleans the scalp of Can fill orders for. lumber, sash, doors, win- ;1 l
i f .ng; friends and the different rail- ..OCA ,W Pryor & Sons vs. "Wl U. known to med'cine.. Vinol tones up I be on hand DandrufiVit doesn't kill the germs. \ : ,
ij ''ta* orders Telegraph Co.; damages 1500;' Sullivan the tired weakened nerves of the black cloth should always the cause and you removes dow Glass and aU material. c.1 _
dark It "Destroy
.
clothing.
1 of
to take spots out .
& Sullivan,'attorneys for: plaintiff. stomach; It purifies and enriches the .
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY blood and strengthens every organ In I Is perfectly harmless and will remove the effectS" Herplclde will do this In We won' be able to make special work 1

j take. LtT1y BROMO QUinine T..b- Torment1'of. Tetter and' Eczim A the body. Try Vnol on our guaran ordinary stains better then benzine, ewbro's is also a delightful $
It orders. :
iI I> '" ] case. Send
tot n"f8l'its refund it It falls every for few
money and a days. your
eure. } -W' GROVE'S signature Is OD layed. tee. W. H. -White & Co.. Druggists. i which Is both dangerous disagree- dressing. ", .J '
tar boz. % The Intense Itching characteristicof Note.-- While we are sole agents ; able. Dip the cloth to warm ,water. For sale by .W. A. r/Alemberte, :,. _'
tetter and like skin diseases for Vlnol In Pensacola, it Is for South I
eczema. now i rub It well with the soap and especially and apothecary. 121 --,, '
VERY ONE STORM VIEW G.lVEN'WlTH: '19 instantly allayed applying eale at the leading drug ,store: In rub the spots with It. Sponge 'oS Palafox'druggist street, or send lOc In stampsfor Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA_& CO. -v- -

I 10c PURCHASE OROVER. Chamberlain's Salve and:many the
iST FLORIDA STEAM, BAKERY.. cases haye been permanently;' cured country. .Ixx: >k fAr the Vlnol agency.1. lather you ,' trolL Mich. '
3t. by Its us*. For sale by an druggists. In your town. : of dirt .."b't '
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.. NEWS AND VIEWS' .* L2JULCurrent Comment rOm. Th '.Q''I". Is on why the liver they,male cure more constipation bile Ccrete&, bilio n'rh ,

ifce fenluaok Jmifnal FROM STATE PAPERS. dyspepsia, sick-headache. Ask your dO ;

Mr. BryaifCOmmOflCr be.knows a better laxative pill We J

mH.... Hl6; : Liver R Z1sif do not. If he does, then use his ti5j
-- bays a. ---I w. publIsh
A SUNDAY. In Good Order. .oTftTo'6.o'ft 5 aoofloftoooaaao o'y rm. a ewnt sn ooo .oooooi8 '! ioI.L__ I iool.C
DAILY. WEEKLY. -
The homecoming of Gen., lood W -

z PUBLISHED EVERY, MORNING EXCEPT 'MONDAY Gllchrist baa .been accomplished to The keynote of victory Is organization. discovery that Mr. Hearst had actually discoverer ,
As a.
an orderly manner and without any. Incorporated his newspapers.

...BY... serious boom disturbances.-Palatka Mr. Magoon is lighting on his feet with Mr.-Hashes is giving C. Columbusa FREECpedal
News. And It.'didat even thunder considerable eclat these day close race. .

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. that day.-Tallahassee True Demo The republican campaign In Kansas 11 Mr.'P.ookeCeUeY1I we are down"too"younga But combination offer* daring th 0 month of November.
era t. has again the 1S61-' epoch- .to begin tearing '
reached
'
ran young to remove the handicap With'i1l order'received for New Plate and fifty engraved card, win

FRANK L, MAYES Praslrfent an* G.a.rat M...g.r a Welcome Back.- Kansas republican office "holders for are the,placed Rockefeller unon! stripe.the people by men of the FREE, OF CHARGE 'a two-quire. box of beautiful paper, embossed with yow
not .
now "bleeding for the party
Way down In a little corner of state. : monogram.!

MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Tuesdays Times-Union we found a I The unanimous and orators declaration that :Mr.of republican Gbm-- Cipe9s: :B oQ k. StoreNew
. THE t local Item stating that Editor Geo. An Independent in poetics Jls not a maD organs MrCan-
will help
interest in peTs opposition really
:- too good to take an active
(W. Wilson had returned and would politics.Of non sounds very much like the familiar Brent Building. Phone 235.
.
SUBUCRIPTION RATES Immediately take up the active man graveyard whistle.. -
,
One Year .. '.. .........:$5 00 Ode Month .. ., .. .. .. 45 agement of the big T.IJ.No blowingof active course In his Secretary of Cortelyou Mr. Hughes.Is very He It is reported that Pennsylvanians arc I.J
F- Six Month .. .. .. .. .; 2 50 One Week;. .. .-. .. -.". .. 10. horns or blaring! trumpets for hs! owes it to him.support surprised at a graft'or nine million dollars -
Three Month*.. .. .. .. 1 2S Weekly Edition per year.41 CO home-coming. We welcome you back I I lathe building of a four million dollar It Is
Uncle. Gaorge; and hope you will never -I The Shaw retirement rumor win be state house. Did they expect It to be high time m ,

.i have to leave again for the same I discontinued until the big bank presidency much larger? ordered that new

ti: The Ootf Peaaacolm Newmpaper From Which a Detailed cause.-St. Lade County TribtIDeI i awaiting him is revealed.Mr. Thirty thousand pounds of condemned; FaflSu1tdont
:---- In his efforts to chickens were destroyed In: Chicago the you think Isp1Fqt Isp1Fqta'
:
1 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. I Early. Tart is doing nobly other' day.. The government inspectors
Too render it for Mr. Loeb to ?
unnecessary so
band until
refused to let it' be kept on
[? i' It Is too early write disclaimer. ,
S ---- General Gllchrist says I a another war broke out. .t-. :
i to. announce for governor. ,1t.snot : : Can't put it
: .SE4IterIaI... N. t baseball excitoient in that city.: It ). >
{ .P- soId: instructed to go out ana raise Jl.OW.tKH : longer -
I and
l's4B1iuucfflrloo and at alt News Stands. and; D3Soto county is already gave them a little rest. His first move toward that end should .'
! tor Mm-over 2,00 strong DeSoto be to- get a proper: tariff schedule and _'thjere's an advantage
County Advertiser. Pennsylvania took a day off recentlyand then island pat.' "
dedicated a t4.009.000 capitol building In giving the tailor
Officer-Jovrnal Boilding-Corner IntancUnoia and DeLnna Sts. the buildin ".
'Yr AS To Albertus.General that- cost {13,600.000. Developments concerning '
of Pennsylvania's new state house indicates plenty of time W
Albert W. Gilchrist, of It Is only by slipping dates that the that the Pennsylvania temple t -
Pnnt'a Cords bas returned from his republican machine manages to keep. its sadly in need of a,visit from one,bearing If you're real exact- Ife
I :'AY MORNING OCTOBER 23. 1906. PENSACOLA FLORIDA. TUESD European tr> The "gentleman from prosperity machine from slipping. a whip of knotted cords. ,
In and
critical
Defioto" will-* ->w no doubt- soon be The chief trouble with. those automobile Mr_ Hughes Is now asserting that UM about
'fl. beard from regarding his candidacy is that innocent bystander is criers to U! the dc
; races the : calamity are a menace, --- ------ proper cut au
:. : :' Mr. Roosevelt 'has sent a message where a man of family can scarcely for governor. The general is one of usually the one who first loses interest. nation. Would Mr. Hughes have oa agai* ;
of sympathy to the CUban Also a make ends meet living'at the capital earth. trust things into the bands of the "'\.aj styling of JOur g
the biggest-hearted men on The that James J. HID has se. lant of national honorr 1:
report defenders Short Talks TailoringThis
, ".. it Is of on
';$ as one the highest pricedof meats
ctator.j Gainesville Sun. cured a foothold in California may por- then youl
all places In.th .Jitater to say nothIng Pacific's eIi'
-!'; tend a loosening of the Southern 'Unel Joe" Cannon says that wages
-; ; The Kaiser attended the Krupp wedding of educating his children and layIng Welcome Home. handhold. have advanced more rapidly than th Is a coat with the front consider us of coarsa.You'll Ii'f.
by something for a rainy day. the cost of living. His proof U the republic "broken."
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The Tim Unlon announces return t
and< the Krupps attend to him Those Pennsylvania grafters point with campaign text book. He dare not attempt be dead sure of
Already within the past eight years to Jacksonville of George W to the that President Roose- f.f
all right pride fact to prove it by the wage earners.In This Is usually caused by failureof
five of ablest jurists have resigned velt's contained getting the
our. Wilson editor-in-chief of that paper, dedicatory speech nothing the tailor to properly shrink the right Enj
'from the bench because they could denunciatory of graft. the Ught of recent developments ti I
in
of six months
Senator Burton' friends arenow after an absence before fitting It to the coat of fit-and the
would seem that the Cubans got akxu canvas scope
not live the received
: Justified la saying that he feels all on salary they Hot Springs Ark., and New York The Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Gazette'gives about as well In their efforts at running or by putting it In too tight. I
and have gone back to the' bar where City, in search of health. Mr. Wilson utterance to a great truth when it remarks a republic as the republicans of Pennsylvania of our: assortment ia- (
I ;penned up. I they are making from two to five comes beck and takes up his old work that ."a great.many*" standpatters'are have in trying to run that state. It: is, sometimes caused by cut ticlpates the
times the amount practicing law. the Times-Union with his health for revenue ,9Dly. J ting the coat too short from back of every fa.

And now Hughes Is hitting back It Is an indisputable fact, evidentto on recovered, and all his brethren of the Secretary Root sags the republican The republican for Mr. H"hes'organs are failure now to apologizing put- neck to front of arm-that is- not mand of tasteful

at Hearst. :Must aU'have been. rehearsed the most ignorant laymen that Florida extend him welcome party la in no danger, but a lot of repub- Messrs. Bliss and Cortelyou on the stand. enough shoulder room. II
?
press .
beforehand. the. state's highest court of last resort Sun lican congressional candidates, are wildly They forget that such action might havearrayed dressers.It It
1. and congratulation.-Gaines.vllle: wig-wagging for help. the, republican machine againstMr. isn't necessary to make a coat
should be composed of her very t
:* The betting In N-ewYork. k In favor ablest and most learned lawyer,.but "By a Big Majority." Mr. Rockefeller's'declaraUon that he Is Hughes. I aa stiff as a board' to keep it as SUITS )
that with thai opposed to federal supervision of trusts Senator Hopkins declares that annexation I smooth as glass
of Hughes which goes, to show how can she. any reason expect The Gainesville Sun predicts 1
did not create a bit more surprise than Cuban
is the only solution of the
: the game Is fixed beforehand. the requisite ability and talent the next legislature win be asked to an arbitrary advance in the.price of refined problem. It has been quite a while since It IS necessary to know how, and Tailored to Taste I
(:if-:, r to give their services' for a fourth or I let the people vote on the question of .oil. Senator Hopkins' was accused of using then to do It We do. ,
.- The convtcttoa of the Standard Oil fifth of their earning capacity at the whether' or not intoxicating loquors his utmost endeavor to represent the'
:
f Mr. Hughes has made the astonishing people In the senate. Our coats never break. $20 to $50
Co. convinces the pnfclfc that law- bart shall b sold In the state. We agree I
The honor of the position counts will and add another ,
that It come soon, -- -----
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; ye can do almost anything: for a great deal and JEt.one that most prediction. When' the questionIs r i

I i Hughes -Is now said to be on "the lawyers strive for yet honor will not put to a vote the saloons will be encl-1'he moat conservative element Sinclair Cooperative"Hqfie colony"ex- !
buy bacon and potatoes and keep the majorltr.6f.Lucie la which are numbered those poets to be aU settled In Helicpn Hall -
big
out
by a
swept
t. "
aggressive. He will be. oil, therack: pot boiling. County Tribune.WilliamSon' people who bare large property Interests I'by the 1st of November. pRICKErr.1 PERSON 6 fARDNER 1

before Hearst- --r-ts, through- -with him. The governor Is paid five thousand do not enter'politics, seeking onlyto Sinclair isn't going to be the star \|For Ms. Vhs C>ri \ Pensacola.FRANK .
r
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i1 \ A Tennessea has adoptedRoosevelt's dollars a year-and is furnished a mansion Say-So. be allowed to continue unmolested attraction of the home colony by anyi .
paper'
' rent free while our JuHges supposed The friends of George W. Wilson. In then peaceful pursuit means. One of Its members Is Dr. B. GARDNER Manager. Brent
: "simplified spelling and will be Building.
< to be our ablest men are paid editor of the Times-Union, Toe Liberals 'give'as their principal t, John Dewey professor of philosophy
i;; f Is said to be having quite a spell, but three thousand 'without any. man glad to know that he is "home agaJn"and reason for attacking the ,governmentthe at Columbia. Two other Columbia
.
'
, v'f. sion.- that his health Is fully restored.
J.ottt. Jut'electton. William and W. P. Montague
frauds committed during the men Noyes -
It is of course known that we now In fact he really seems In better condition
:I.:: A: clergymen named "Amen" .has have six judges the bench but than for several years. Those when president Palma was lecturers are on the list. Other
on who thought they might "fall heir to declared to hart ''been re-elected. member are William .7. Lampton Edwin ............... ...................... ,. .......... .
t. 'been elected president of the New three of these judges were only recently
Further placed there and It Is the under his candy" might Just as well "go Whether or not thi la a real reaaon Btorkman, Edwin S. Potter Ellis

; England Association. com- standing that as soon as the work of 'way back and sit down." for let. us or whether there would bare been a O. Jonea and D. C. Serber. Dr. Charles

t meat seem* unnecessary. the court Is caught up with that these tffl yqu; George Wilson may yet revolution anyway, the 'fact remain i H. Castle has beard the call of the coopa .

''Atlanta 1* now.,to have a magazine three extra judges shall retire so the "live to see the. 'geese pick the grass that Secretary' Taft ha* ascertained Jiway out In Cincinnati.JL Bedroom furoitureWe I \I
devoted "race BenthDeaL" Af !figures cited by Mr. Light will have off the graves" of a whole lot of us that the claim of tie Liberal 1* a Just valuable member of the colony will
z to race who really thought be wa all to the
to cut almost in *
1. be half. one, and being just he Insist that the be Dr. James T. Gwathmey, who has J
evidently from the I
totOne's life bad. Jacksonville Floridlan.,
: We believe that our public servantsare government meet the' Liberal half been living in New York Dr. Gwath
colored man's standpoint. worthy of their hire and shouldbe ,
aid the other night that his -
.As to Ocala. way: m an effort Jto bring about a et- meT specialty I
bearded paid salaries according to their The special edition of the Ocala tlement.wtich; will'"TO the sovereignty Is administering anaesthetics 'have everything needful to make the
> Having the gubernatorial i stations and enough to at least. enable .
Star Issued Wednesday In commemoration .' of i lion In his den the Hon. John S. them to live decently and with republic one ,of most rooms
of the laying of the cornerstone of his on and daughter than for professional (
"The arrival of Messrs.Taft and Bacon
to children.
besides educate their
!i' Beard baa now returned to the city, enough.- of the new..coartljonse was A In Cuba wa* Regarded la different reasons. in: the house... Our line, of dressers is large,

/iwiih hIs halo on straight. very notable success. It was copiously Helicon Hall stand In the center of different and
: **" ,_ ,_ Four thousand dollars now Is not lights by the different class*. Those showing a great many designs
illustrated with pictures of -
& as {much as three thousand dollars prominent who play the political game were, of a nine acre park In the corner of a fifteen from Handsome bed-
r An: esteemed contemporary says was twenty years ago.' citizens of the city and country mile forest, which stretches along ranging $9 to $457 i

that "John Temple Graves made with a biographical sketch of course, opposed to any Interference by the Palisades. It is two stories anda steads at $5 to $10. Easy rockers from $1.25
each attached. That's what the the United States. They regard very
one
Hearst. And here we have been'thinting I
T C..I.HH HJ.fl-t.1 of stone .1
baa half high. Is gray and surrounds to $20. Druggets $5 to $50.
? It was the other way all the people want-pictures of themselves.The lightly the fact that their country 'a spacious court. The building ,
average man had rather see his made a treaty"la""which la embodiedthe
time. IMMIGRATION has a little theater and a bowling alky :
own features reproduced In his county Platt amendment. They declare

5 Texas now proposes to -establish a -TOTHESOUTI3i ** paper. with a nice little complimentary that General Wood forced them to accept In It. On the grounds Is a one story, BUY
building, formerly used as a recitation NOW PAY LATER.
writeup appended, than to gaze I
i new' fn-dustry-that of raising ele- Jacksonville Times-Union. the amendment against their will : ,
I upon one of the Old Masters. At room which Is to serve thesame purpose -
| phants. It already has a white .eler and.that therefore; they have no moral children of the ---
,," least we would and we judge other about breaking It. The I for the little colony -
phant on its hands in the'ahape of iH'iHflrK folks the same way.-ive Oak Dem- compunctions i when It gets In full swing. There were :
the other
conservative element on
? Baltey. I ocrat. only twelve children In the colony recently. -'
Senator The immigration movement direct
: hall the American .intervention MARSTON&
hand gladly
.. _ QUINA I
,to the south has opened by the sailing ,
Just an Opinion.All not because they are fond of
The Atlanta which Is al-
Journal how much Helicon
of 253 skilled Flemish weavers Florida west of the S'uwannec No one would ay
:f; aye optimistic, aee Coed for en- I with their families from Bremen to river will give slight majority In Americana" but because they want Hall and its surrounding* is to cost the 108/110 S. PalafOx St. Phone 149. Penjaeola[ Fla.

j> .,eourageznent In the recent conviction .Charleston. The1 North German Lloyd favor of drainage: Lee Manateeand peace. home colonists but the buildings are i

1T tin an Ohio court of the Standard 011oenPany. line will hereafter regularly run .be-I Hlllsborough will roll un a majority When :Mr. Leavitt was asked If the valued at' $50,000 and land in that ....<.....') .! .I......t I MMm.m.M .o.. .l...H. l

: We see nothing more !tween the two ports, named steam- : in favor; DeSoto and Polk will majority of the Cubans favored American neighborhood has been selling at $2,000an
especially! designated for the immigrant -be with the doubt In of, control he replied that they did not ...
I & food for the United State sthlyreme ers : close favor acre; so that apparently it Isn't goIng U -
.JO
business. drainage; Dnval, Columbia and Sn I to set them back less than about
i: court, which will according to This Is at present an experiment wannee will be close: Hamilton.
CUPID'S MINISTERIAL AID. $70,000. From the hall the colonistscan
ir v precedent now proceed to reverse the' and much is Involved in its success. Volusia, Hernando, Alachna. Brevard, I see all over the Hackensack valley Lumber in a Hurry for RepairsWhen

Uec1sion of the lower court. Charleston is a port conveniently 10- Citrus St. Lncie and possibly Marion Reception R.*m For Girls la CUe s;. /even as far as the Eamapo mountains -
'cated for the landing place of immigrants will favor; Monroe Osceola, St. Johns: Stockyard DUtrlct.

'. The esteemed Jacksonville MetropOlls bound for that part of the: and Nassau,are doubtfuL If the peo Methodist ministers at the Rock RIver .j forty: mile away. you want lumber for repairs, you wantit

) In a recent issue draws attention south east of the Mississippi river. pie of the rural precincts vote on the
Those of will win (DL) conference recently gave $500 in a hurry. You can rest assured that your lum-
the fact that "Florida should not destined for points west amendment the drainage by PRIZES FOR EMPLOYEES.
{ foe 1to that river would land at Galveton or 10.000 majority, but Indications are' for the purpose of fitting up a reception -II ber will be' delivered promptly if ordered from the
; behind In the
| her sister states
New Orleans. that only a slight vote will be polled room In the Chicago stockyard ..Uroad'.. Novel Offer For Safer and

t matter of agricultural training In the 'But If the experiment should provea by the country people. Tropical district where girl can 'meet their I Better Tracks.

b 'jtyubllc schools for no state offer success the movement would grow I Breeze. sweethearts under elevating conditions, The Pennsylvania railroad win soon

$: ffrctter opportunities and greater ret to such proportions as would. necessi- says a Chicago dispatch. j distribute,$5,400 in prIzes to the men I Saunders Mill Company

sf ward to the skillful agriculturist tate an Increase In the number of THE, UBAN STRUGGLE.B. The home influences are sometimes I having charge of the company' mainline I ,

% han Florida. In agriculture, as In ships and other lines would try to so bad." said the Rev. D. D.. Vaughn track between New York and Phone 7!7. 21 last Garden Street.
get a share, of the business. Owing B. Leavltt Call It SatcUal-DlaeaUOT "that the girls meet their sweethearts Plttsburg and between Philadelphia
1.nrrthing else the more Intelligent
her Conditions o the bland.
*
to unoccupied area of --
her large on the street and back rooms saloon
the New York
Jbbtaln the best results.. Next month cheap lands her great demand for labor "I do not look for war between the or In cheap theaters. I proposeto and Washington, says
it tae Agricultural High School at Cal.tert her unrivaled climate and her Evening Sun."Tie .
Cubans and the Americana, because fit perhaps I
a good reception room
up witt!
I purpose of the prizes the company MONEY IN THE CACTUS. names of her guests at luncheon.
It Is probable
1. Md.. of which 'Prof. H. O. Samp- superior productiveness there are too many witnesses among two or three rooms and have a I I short
Is to excite and
( that Florida. with the proper efforts announces. a healthy the date of entertainment
:
Vra of he-United States DepartmentS I
would atract more Immigrants than the Cubans of how the Americans matron In charge. rivalry among supervisors and assIstant Xnlunee' of tile Raa4 Plata t. B. quotation about the feast. This clot*

S Agriculture will be the head will any other sauthenTstate: and If this fought the SpanIards at Santiago." "1 am going to aid Cupid all I can I supervisor in keeping the tracks Tmraed late Alevbol. was spread only when Mr*. Bell entertained

, :;,.: fce opened and much good In teaching should prove true a line of Immigrant This was what IIalscyBrown Leav for most of the working' girls are good, .of their particular divisions in the saf- j Cactus plant, of which there are millions a guest for the first time and

the principles of agriculture Is expected. steamers would probably be itt, editor of the Havana Daily Post gins and trying to elevate themseIT2S."jHOME est and most perfect condition. The i i of acres, in Texas and Mexico, I the newcomer was requested do the

-; ." Nevertheless the fact regains -: soon put on between Jacksonvilleand declared when seen at the Aster HouseIn general manager's annual inspection j t tI are to be used manufacturing alee- j writing la pencfl. At her leisure Mn.

t. that our state has hitherto $ome European port.- New York upon his arrival from COLONY_FOR JERSEY! will be made In n tew days. All general hoi says a dispatch from Antonio TeL Bell overtraced the markings In lade*
this direc- :Much depends on the success at j -ifCptom I superintendents, their assistant engineers A of North Carolina capital-] the oailaugbticfthelacndres
!: been Angularly deficient In the outset. If the Flemishweavers Cuba and asked to discus the present Sl.dalr*. Oo-oyerativ Expert company his Ink which will defy

p" 'don, and that public' opinion has not who are on their way should find the condition of affair on the Island say teat to De Tried at Bacleweod.If I supervisor and assistant supervisors late ha been formed to build a factory *.

As yet made any decided demonstration south what they expect they would the New York Globe. The strugglenow all off with Connecticut Long will make this trip. There In west Teias. The mill will be In
will be about 250: In the .party, which operation when the use of denatured I, Galls K1niKasaG1.iepp7aThe :
In the required direction. become the-most Influential Immigration going on there he described as suicidal II
that
', agents our section could possibly Island and the Bronx, which have will,travel In the special track alcohol becomes general, : great flock of sea gulls

: >To Increase Salaries have. If, they should be disappointed "The Cubans realize," Mr. Leavirt been in hot competition with New tion car of the company. Observa-I It has been demonstrated that a ton I i clearing Inks township Kan. of grasshoppers thepeoiie -

the movement would be chill said, '"that an enemy composed of Jersey for Upton Sinclair's cooperative "Six prizes one of 1200. of cactus will yield a thousand pounds fa much appreciated by

: of Justices. ed in the outset. Americans would be far different from aervantless home colony. Jersey $aIO and one of $1.000 will be of wood alcohol. Cactus land on the up there' says the Pratt Union the

& The question of Increasing the sala- It Is therefore of vital Importancethat the easy, siesta loving Spaniard. Still get It. The site committee has planked those supervisors and their assistants plains of west Texas ,and Mexico t* I I! While driving In that township dlstaw
immigrants 'should not be madeto the best line and surface of estimated to be worth i other day we saw at tome
having now $15
.... of.supreme court 'jutices will bevoted If war does come, I believe It wouldbe down a deposit for Helicon Hall an acre. of ne
expect better .conditions than they long drawn out and 'very trying.. track between Jersey City and PltU- Heretofore this land,has sold at $3 to what seemed to be a big lot
upon at the coming election will find. False hopes may allure the formerly a Juvenile educational institution tin cans la great numbers stretched: '

sad, to judge from the favorable expressions few, but the disappointment"of the Cuba Is especially adapted for guerrilla up on the Palisades near Englewood burg and the Philadelphia Washington the annual $5 an acre._ _ across a quarter section of land. Presently
during preceding
fighting and the Cubans could year j
upon this proposition that few would keep the many from' com hold out for a long time. It must says the New York Sun. Inspection The main or 'Klondike I i i Recordaci 'Dlaer..a a Clath. we discovered there was life uA
ing. Nowhere does truth better very; '
have appeared in numerous state paper than In work for Immigration.pay not be forgotten that for four years The deal was put through late the prize,' as It Is called will be awarded Making a tablecloth a touvenlr of activity In the white'objects glisteninjla

*, there 'Is but little doubt that Needing labor and development as they managed to fight a Spanish army other' afternoon; when Mr. Sinclair, for the best line and surface maintained happy hours is an odd Idea that I* beIng 1 the sunlight and then we cUsco1'eredIt of ill

It will be carried affirmatively by alarge she does the south will profit much composed of 250,000 men." Edwin EL Potter and Ellis O. Jones for the past full year. The $1,000 carried out by"Mra. Franklin Bell to be countless thousands

I majority. The Ocala Banner by having immigrants land at south In speaking of the straggle in a general met John W. Craig who has been conducting prize win be awarded for the greatest wife of General Ben,chief of the general gulls stretched across the fields were aw I

alls attention to the. mattter and ern ports. The vast majority settleIn way Mr. Learitt said: a boys' school In Helicon Hall improvement in line and surface during staff of the United' States army, catching hoppers and bugs. They within t

comments thereon as follows: states near their place of landing. "This SuicIdal struggle, which baa resulted for some and made arrange- the year. The award takes place at says a correspondent of the New York cot wild as one could drive tbell
There are various reasons for this. American commission being years the end of the general manager's tour Press. On a fiae damask table, cover few rods of them and not disturb
Obe of the amendment to be voted Many of them after coming over sent In there'and an which may cause !;!entztq. buy tie. plg e. The Upton la Plttaburg* she baa caused to .be- written 'th!l In the least.
Ho in the November election is.for. have not enough money to pay for -
mji Increase In the salary of our supreme transportation a long distance by ralj. the United States to forcibly Intervene -

judges. This U article No. 29. They prefer to go to work where they may be placed In the same category a*

? The present salaries of. our a11tnme land. They'find 'more.of their fellow other revolutions In Latin American

judges were fixed upwards of countryman there and for these and countries-that I.. It 1* a fight between

'#\ twenty years 'ago since which time other reasons the North Atlantic the 'outs' and Ins.' You Look

he prices of all the necessaries of states absorb most of the immigration. There are two parties In Cuba, the Prematufely Old

I life, to say nothing of the luxuries The south will never receive Moderates and Liberals. The first

'Jttve Increased over forty per cent.JIWttl more than the crumbs until Immigrants claims to stand for conservatism
a constant upward tendency unIttt land In considerable 'numbers
admits radJea t- -
H baa already reached the point at southern ports. whllej&esea Because thosejirfy., rlzdy. Bray hairs. "
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II BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. .t.

Telephone No. 38 After 3 'P. M.The it'dE s '

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"Woman" ,is the name of a new magazine for women. ;"I. JI :

,-...- TRe first number is just issued. newsdealer tf '
.. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Your has it. < I I 3 1

', editor of this depart- .. You .can get from! hinvand it.is worth your while getting IIi; .

; ment .has had a telephone: installed It. There is nothing startling about this magazine. There : i' : "
Lydia E. Plnkhat'sVegetable at her residence the J
should be nothing startling about decent magazine for '
CompoundIs I number -which.is 699.. She S a tf ) 'J't

a positive cure for all those painful | can be reached at this numberat women and the Name But this particular magazine is ,Lt: <

ailments of women. It will entirely any time up to three o'clock' I' unique among all I the so-called publications for .wo men. }, ;f 1 u t tf: ,,
core the worst Tonna of Female Com > in the afternoon and after -
plaints. Inflammation and Ulceration, I I that.hour through telephone J > You bit and then, again, it might -1 t

Falling quent Spinal and Displacements Weakness,and and is peculiarly conse- I .38, at The Journal office.PENSAGOLA ;: "'. hit your fancy good and hard. rif: (9'

adapted to the Change of Life. ............ U ., '
It will surely cure. : like fiction-good, wide-. wake, snappy stories' ;: !.

serials and short stories will r.. .<1
Backache. -you .like Woman. .
Oh. the North is the land that we an hold ; '
It has cured more cases of Female dear, In fact, fiction is the big feature of the ma ssine. ikt
home, sweet home, of our p.
Weakness than any other remedy the Tis the .
world :has ever knoY'U1t is almost in youth, Southland is the land of + e G ,
fallible in such cases. It dissolves and But dreams the fair All the other magazines for women are, cast on the saute '
expels Tumor in an early stage oi Of magic, and love, and truth. 1"1"i --' t
model little bit of fiction few.articles .
development ThatBearingdown Far down In the beautiful Sunny South] -a a more or less <

Feeling,' Nestles A city,close a child in of the old arms.Spain.of the grand chit chat, some wise advice, a fashion department and.a ,;:.

causing pain weight and headache is old Gulf.
thus it has lain. ;
centuries
For smattering of general miscellany
instantly relieved and permanently I i ,
cured by its use.. Under all circumstances The breeze from the. ocean blows soft asAs \ i4 1 -
it acts in harmony with the a sigh, look any more like this conventional model than a yeflew +; '1
soft as the eyes of a maid.
female system.Irregularity It corrects Who blue answers eyes her lover then drops. .her 14 dog looks like a race horse. It is built on new lines for a ':.;.

While the rose on the cheek doth fade. ; '
t strictly woman's publication. To know what it is like ;
Suppressed or Painful Periods, Weakness you ,
Stomach Bloat- Away in the distance the lighthouse high, .
of ,Indiges tron, .
lug, Nervous Prostration, Headache Near beach the glistening: curved shore of the r. will have to get a copy of it. It would cost too much to '1

General Debility. Also The water Is washing the shells and the ,
sand. -- tell you all about ,it in this' advertisement.
Dizziness, Faintness While waves to the cliff almost reach. 1IS

Extreme. Lassitude "don't-care" and The streets still retain the old Spanish .

'ability wanMo-be-left-alone, Irritability,nervousness feeling, sleeplessness excit- names-. Cervantes sAlcanlz. of old- ii. The; price of "WOMAN" is TEN CENTS A COPY,
them and learn to love
"blues", flatulency and backache., melancholy. These or the are We The repeat beautiful tales they unfold. : L. ... .'. I and the magazine is a very big one-192 pages.] -

sure indications of :Female Weakness, In the quaint, sweet gardens of ladies ,
of the For fair ,
derangement
tome organs. ..
O'er The latticed jessamine windows blossoms, past blow hedges of I By the way, two rattling good ,serial stories begin in this Gist number
Kidney Complaintsand
Backache of either sea the Vegetable Sweet green morning glories grow. and it contains big lot of other good things. You wesi1' ; ,-

Compound is unequalled, The'-old-rock church with Ivy'entwined, .; do veil to ask your dealer for it before his supply is exl5au edf F,
You can write Mrs. Pinkham about Near the market place on the bay, :- '.,
yourself in strictest confidence. Seems a haven of rest to weary-worn ,,or I
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LUU .. NMUUX XEB. ,co.: ,.Lynx last.TYPEW Who souls enter to rest.and"to pray. ;' THE FRANK A. MUNSEY: COMPANY, NeW' 'York }'

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The bayous of story and song are there; t
,The sunlit waters are bright, 1,.: .
And the live oaks laden with festoons of -
RITERREPAIRS I moss. 'I y1
Are a grand and a beautiful sight.
4 ., west Gregory street A receptionwill I ,
,
The yellow Jessamine clings to taD t
straight pines, be held from eight-thirty until
PaImettot'Sstand stately and grand. ten o'clock, after which the bridal I' '
And flowers of fragrance and every hue pair win leave for an extended wedding Get it at D'Alemberte's !
Spring up from the pure white sand. journey, returning the fifteenthof ': .
secured the'services of an expert I
Having
Roses of red o'er broken walls November. f
repairer, we beg to notify the public .
lhat we are now prepared to overhaul With the palms and flowers so fair; ..... 'ori. "". .." ...... V
adujust or rebuild aU makes of typewriters Butterflies with. wings' unfurled. to. the "'" : :: : \ .i '(Mr*. T. S. Haynes arrived home !
and adding machines aDd cash regis sun," : .. ,-ot. ... :' '
ters. All work guaranteed. Estimate fill Form! .a bower of beauty. rare. .; ,STREET: FRO CK .OK ,SERGE"' \.. Sunday ::night from a two months' Cooper's Quick Relief
ed. Telephone us and we will'send for if' visit with relatives in North Carolina
your machine or call and make. an exam-. And. sweet the'nights- are' heavy, ;with odors The illustration shows a trimmedwith crossed bands of the' ",.....",.-J.; .
ination and estimate. 'Of magnolia blossoms white; Ing street. frock,"the smart.1OOk-1 cloth. The corsage ,was also trimmed Miss Eugenia Bogart, sister of Mrs. 'it
White stars caught down 'mid the glossy brown and black check with bands,.of .the cloth, interlaced, Chas Cottrell, who has been quite
The green petals leaves glow faintly bright. The skirt was..plaited at the upper as shown in 'the' drawing.: Brown sick for the past two months, is Ire.proving 50 cents l lCooper's
.PensacolaTypewriter part. being cut away.;at each,.side over moire silk was laid unde{ these bands,' much to the delIght of her
. .rife pleasure-boats dot the bay here_and panels.of thegloth. The plaits were' which were,als there, stitched to form a narrow. *
Exchange :The White waters sails al unfurled red with to the the breeze sunset;glow were pressed is.to_ tr4 bottom of the tons. The yoke",-and sleeve. -frills were Mrs A. O. Thompson\ .t. Is quite sick '

PHONE 1369 Form the fairest sight; on the seas."' skirt. The lower part of the skirt,was of cream lace with malarial fever. New Discovery j1f ; :

Mid the glossy green leaves of the tall ", .
313-315 Brent Building orange trees, ganization gave a grand ball, which probably return some time before Mr. J. McU Gillis left last night
Hang gold.the 'greatyellow globes .of pure wag one of the most brilliant given Thanksgiving. 'Mrs. Morgan and her for..Greenville, Ala., where he will be 1
The Japanese plums; and the. Spanish: during the meeting. mother have spent. the summer at best man at the McMulIen, -Sackhoff $$1.00 .11.11S }

BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. :Its bayonet long sword-life*-leaves unfold. Mr. H. Horsier of course, receiveda Highland Park ';with Mrs. Morgan's wedding. I ,
.
genuine ovation as he is a devoted brother., -'it.
The tiny red berries of the southern and enthusiastic Pythian. 'His greatest ". Mrs Lee Walker baa returned from '
Toupon popularity is among the ladies by 'Hon. John Beard bas returned froma a visit with her parents, }fr..and Mrs. ::1
Flash like rubies < garnets rare
The mistletoe boughs m are weighted down whom he is always gladly welcomed trip to Jacksonville and Ocala. At F. E. Bond, at Bluff Springs. WINDOW DISPLAY :jj,
Return this with 50 one cent'stamps orS With pearls-that. are kisses there. everywhere he goes. Mrs. Horsier ,the latter place 'he officiated at the -n. II ;
,
one cent stamps with the and names learn now and who is equally devoted to the Rath. 'II' laying of the "comer stone of then Mrs. Alma West, of Milton, Is the
dresses of twenty ladies On the of old North H3The -
slopes
o have a Jovely crafioal: color a* brig as civil sunny war heroes sleep- I bone Sisters, also received her share Marion county court house. guest of her father, Mr. J. A. Cha.1lln.1
ou live: TMa method 'la now being re- They are marked'.unknown, but are not of attention.Mr. -'iJ. at his borne, corner .
ealed for the first time to the general unloved A. Alemberte '
froma
cosmetics, bleaches, Miss BUaYWes has returned Wright streets W. ,
ubllc. There are no For we long their memory to keep.
Eice powder,. or other poisons in this. R. C. Sackhoff left yesterdayfor pleasant visit;! to friends and rela- -l.net' I
imples blackheads and discolorations Like sentinels asleep stand the old Spanish Greenville, Ala. where _tomorrowhe tives in Andalusia, Ala The friends of Mrs Thomas Con
1 iaappear forever whounder this method. forts.Flowers will be wedded to Miss Eula : ."
Bessie,
don her little daughter 4
B.1 and
and girls h to be toeautl- on the ruins of walls I
will be taught the simple laws of They stand grow as memorials of men brave McMullen, of that place. .i Mr. Eugene Roch returned Saturday regret to .learn that they are both I Druggist and Apothecary
11:1 and they wm learn, how the most and tree .. -fT.'nI'=.;<"T., I I'from Mobile. Mrs. Bach and little quite HL Mrs. Condon has an attack ;
by women Master of Gypsy Parish arid guided Greek and minds ron-, Who answered" their- country's- cans I Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Benjamin and 1 I''I:Marion will remain in Mobile several of. LteGrippe and her little daughter' 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
appeared upon the scdie. played the At"e-n: the ships of war lie anchored. family returned to Jacksonville last ,. days longer visiting friends. has gymptons of typhoid fever. I
rajne of life and carflwl everything before Close in the harbor of the bay- week after a pleasant visit with : AJk. ", .."", .
them irfth their bright yes and unrivalled White of war-all is rest and quiet .
complexions The sea-gulls ghosts dIp and rise in play. friends here. I I I Mr. J. W. Bullard returned Sun- Miss Stella Andrews and Miss Liz
J. L. MOCK LEY, 1133 Broadway, |day from a trip to Jacksonville and zie Byrd spent Sunday at Mulat, the

New York. To Of mention the southland the ladles we and must lassies not demure.forget Miss Rosa Giardina, the G attractive Giardina other points in .south Florida. guests' of :At. and Mrs.also White.visitor Mr.for I i......... ............... .............................
of :Mrs. McCombs a
The soft shy glance of dark brown eyes young daughter : I Chas. was
Won a heart, when on Mardi Gras day has returned to college. Selma,.:AIa.1 I. members who are Interested inreorganizing the day. ;
4000 BOOKS .4000 they met tho New' City Flinch i CHOICE SHOE STYLES.
i Oh! this beautiful quaint, old'city, Mrs. J. H; Macon, Jr., returned I Club, are requested to meet this after. Tie friends in Pensacola of Mrs.
The city of sorrow and mirth: home Sunday from Indianapolis, : noon at the residence of Mrs. H. H. S. Otis, of Mulat, will be pleased to
October Here are books some: of the September' and What laurels and art and magic where she has spent the past eight'. Boyer, corner of Ninth avenue and learn that she has recovered from a
"The ," : Dillion, Within they borders are girth. months completing a course of music Thirteenth street. illness.sa.Ja.i .
Leader by Mary author recent serious ,
of ""In Old BeHaire," I .... Ladies' Mens'( Childrens' and Misses' Shoes
eitrlam Long live Pensacola, "City of Sorrow"Damed' at the Indianpapolis conservatory.Mr. .--a.-a. !'; '>' Our ,

Isoh.Anthony: author Overman of "In,Bishops Carriage Mlch-" God bless thy;. sons and daughters, The infant daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bergins, who attended I are Shoes of distinction, they look it-they showit
etc.. A fine story of San. Francisco .before And may their glory ever shine ( and Mrs C. R. Burgoyne haveas .I Mrs. M. B. Frank was christened the meeting of the K. of P. detail We've Shoes for dress funs
in
The the earthquake. "- O'er thy placid waters. their guests Mr. and Mrs.: W. S. Sunday at St Michael' church after in New Orleans last week have re every
Nes-
Amorist E.
Incomplete
tTt Just ont In book form. by AGATHA AUGUSTA BUCHER.Pacific ilo Lawrence of Mobile. They will be which a "christening dinner was given turned home. : tion, for street, for stormy weather and for all
"Tonlo. Son of the Sierras,.** by Gen. Miss Agatha.Augusta. Bucher, author here several days. I to a few friends by Mr.,and Mrs. the .
F bon occasions and in new fall styles
Kin? An Army and Frontier story that Best ever made-Blue / purposes,
Will be a great seller of the poem Tensacola, is a Frank. Vanilla.. Absolutely pure,,; i
and
Also "Katrina." "Second Vlolln"Sir.. talented"fo ng'ady who visited here Mrs. M. I. Morgan so well known .ff.M.r. Lemon the "Blue Ribbon and in great varieties.XjCtcLieQ. '
and
JObn Constantine" ," "Max Fargua, "Bal- last winter.. She has many friends in by many people in Pensacola, who Cleve Parker, of Baymlnette, go twice as far Ask for the i
ce of Power etc., Publishers prices, ,Pensacola who will remember her have visited her lovely home at "All who spent Sunday in Penhacola' with Flavor is perfection. I
JLPO and Jl 3a; mine n.3and\ tl.lt Sttoos
Also Fosters Whist Manual.. Foster's with pleasure.. Miss Bucher was very I Bay," writes friends in this city that his friend :Mr. Chas. Rice on North 25c size. i : : ,
Cotaplete\ Bridge Elw*ll on Bridge favorably impressed with the beauties she and her mother, Mrs. Davis, will Hill; returned to his home yesterday VIEW GIVEN WITH '
Stttet'I Whist Up to Date. Ames on ONE STORM | S2.OO, $2.50, S3.OO, S3.50, S4.OO, $5.00.MEN'S .
is
City and expected
Bridge. 41 to $1.50.HARRY of the Deep Water EVERY 10o PURCHASE OR OVER. '
.. this winter. The Eagles will give a baIt at their
to visit here again WEST FtXWDA' STEAM BAKERY.
l hall -next Thursday, to which a number 3t BOYS' and YOUTHS -, f fi
of friends of the organizationhave
T. HOWLAND, MR. AND MRS: HORSLER ORLEANS. received Invitations It is said I &1.25 to 8.00.Misses1 _
RETURN FROM'NE.W: Besides "that the affair will b. quite elaborateand I

Manager De Luna Book Store Sunday n1ght.Yr... and Mrs. H. that the members are doing a .BEAUTY SPOTS.If Children's P fl
De Luna St. Phone 1431. Horsier returned from New Orleans I great deal to insure a pleasant evening and
the great I who will be their face look greasy, wipe It
where they went to attend Tasting Goodcandy for those your i
meeting' of,the, Knights of Pythas.1 1 I guests. over once or'twice a day with alcohol .,50c. to $3.00. '
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and the Rathbone Sisters, which was : ? diluted one-half with water. :
LACE CURTAINS held"in that city during last week. I must possess, the The marriage of Miss: Mary Berna- *Tx>derelvp neck and chest rub with i the leathers] -workmanship And the shapes are II
one of the geatest ; Quina and Mr. Franklin Wilting and rinse I.
The meeting;was qualities of a reallygoodfood dette I moistened salt every morning
: at eight in! and shoemaking.
LAUNDERED.You this. :organization has ever occurs tomorrow evening with cold perfection
successes spraying
ball if it is residence of the off by dashing or
enjoyed. A. grand reception and to stand the o'clock at the I
,
,, will be safe in Sisters was given and in the.honor Knights of the of Rathbone Pythiasat test of a high-grade 'con. bride's, mother one.. hundred. and three water tTo -make the' eyebrows grow-four A Size and a Width for Every Fool
of castor
sending us your lace the St. Charles hotel, and was attended fection.Nunnally's. I. -- -- ounces of alcohol two ounces i i "
by hundreds ,of members of oft fifteen drops of the oil of berga-
curtains be l laundered.The Candy
.
to
night
mot. Apply 'with a tiny brush
orders.
greatest care is exercised the Upon arriving at the 'St. Charles, possesses the above at i If Coffeecauses and morning.

in handlingthemand Mr, and Mrs. Horsier were shown whica into tributes. We haveit Ollre ofl is.the beauty doctor's cure iBOS'lONSHOE STORE i
.
sleeping apartments:: He advisesits
elegant I for compteriOM.
the an poor ,
they are returned were beautifully decorated with the fresh all the time. use In every possible food plenty
Pythian colors: blue., red and yellow, I with It and
i
looking like new. r Grand Chancellor of of green salads reeking FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS
in honor of the Trouble tableepoonf i
the
of It by
Rathbone then doses .
The colors of the I II ,

The Star Steam "Sisters Florida.. ft 'was were decided'also gracefully at the meeting mingled.to I Sol Calm & Oo I Change- to I.I cloth X'"little will whiten camphor the applied skin, but to It a should wet !: ; 117 S. ,Palafox Street Phone 690 ,

two societies of the be used sparingly;with a cream afterirard -
Laundry Pyttfan consolidate Sisterhood the and the Rathbone The Pure Food Store,' POSTUM"Here's I A few drops put Into lukewarm i....................................... ............

Sisters. The decision will increasethe Southwest. Corner Palates' and, latendeocla I water and applied with a sponge after '
37.E. Garden St Phone 114 of Rathbone ;Sisters to outdoor trip
:number I ha com in:from *a !
one
members. '. I f 12 i Be_." K like The Journal tell neighborTH :!
Pensacola, Fla. 132,000 Tae uniformed, rank k..of,..P. was. Phones, 8G :: ; <-> ," j M, ertreoely.refresb1ng.S you : your ,

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Is?i i'REAfEST T f nnega ,: $J oo ijJ.<< Rean. n EstateS i :


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fet' I PANAMA CITY II I Ii and

I $500 JHIomes "All

Desirable lot on East Hill CO feet front by'132& feet deep. IBl'VS) .ixTENEMENT

I N $950 3ti .). #: : Investment

: Two cottages on northwest corner of "B" and West Jackson streets If Immediate !! .Foir'SaJle '

sale. ..' / -. .
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$1000 >': --' I4"-: : '.: :'. *''- ttfse'.a"reasonable amount of i FLORIDA 1st!:
$1200 5 East Strong streetGood i I' solid 'Judgement but put your I .co.
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Desirable building lot.on North Hill 75x150 feet.' jjg. '...* "- .; :_- : for rooms,_small family.. l : JtifOUSffS' I money In property I. I

$ 5QO : .>> X \: ., ,; ... $4750-Elegant-6-room modem home fen ;. f 'Our list"of properties'' Includes many puts
North Hill. ?, .* choice locations in all parts of the city
Desirable cne-tory cottage on East Gadsden street splendid neighbor- : I JdIDaU
hood. .' -...,'. $2500-- rooms, I: blockfrom Confederate :t ,' : both for investment and home purposes. I

$1750' .. : monument bath. gas.' electric I Have you any vacant lots NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RHILWAY TERMINAL S-..
Investment. connection etc. on Alcaniz and Eleventh-or : houses or business property j ji
Ten lots on North Baylen street. splendid '- .
i $4230-7 rooms North Alcaniz, corner Lee street, three and- four I for sale? .
U I $1300 Cervantes 90 feet front by 125 rooms and halL back and -, SomebodY'wants what you i ii
feet deep; gas, bath. etc. I have and w\ have lightning ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY
Two-story Dwelling!, containing 7 rooms on North Davis street. front galleries: all rented at methods of finding that somebody .

$3350Six i $3500_:10 rooms, East Gadsden. 'near $1.50 can' a week. Would I If you have not tried : i
Methodist church: bath gas and us, ask: those' that have. i
cottages. on southeast corner of "A" and LaRua streets splendid: rent. t everything modern. i cost more to buld! houses, i iA.

""" and presents a fine opportu- It does not cost you anything to list Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing :Mill machinery
; njty to someone with a your property with us..Do It to- *
:
$4000Block : FOR RENT. thousand dollars by buying, : day : here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :
No. 240 New City tract, desirable on 4 1
very 16th.Avenue
; 20 lots each about 40x132/2 feet. containing .. $20.CO-Slx-room house, bath gas, etc., them all together and selling! 1|I! FOR SALE : '\Vag<;m Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings :
i
816 East La Rua street.Two them separately. '
T : $4000 : i I I IIHIURIRYJ. 'I t-room East Jackson ; going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing :
$2500- cottage
: : Desirable ,lot and on has northeast good stone corner walk,of lot Garden 120 f et.on'and DeVllllers by streets 139 feet enclosed : brick stores on Tarragona gtIeet ; street; large lot, modern conven- .j the city. t 1
Garden on
: ,
DeVlllier A genuine bargain. just south of Romana, each 27x80( feet; .- [:. lenc sZ5OO6rOOin .
suitable for warehouse or store purpose. ..... $ cottage, on corner .with 5 .

': < > HOOTON & WATSON I IH 4-a. :4SCO7.room.story.;lots; North UI1L: East Gadsden

,. Investments; ; -,-_ street, near car line. I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR .

: 52200-5-room cottage, East Cervantes
THE RENTAL AGENTS/' i $3300-6 houses corner LaRua and A street;-bath; let 60x132-

streets, all new renting for $456; McDAViD-HYER ".CO. $1G&- -room cottage No. S10 North 6th :t Write or See
}

; t Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, '! $1600-I- a year.houses North Hayne renting Agents New 'York .$ 450--.3-room avenue. house renting for $5 per


i No 37 S. Palafox. Stre I $5250-for 8 houses.S216 a North'year. Hayne. each 4' Life Insurancs Company. ;, $1600-' Cottage month. corner 8th avenue and [ THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY j

t. Phone: :.No. 54. i I rooms and hall, renting for"$672 a 100 EAST GOVEKNMENTXST.. i Strong street; lot 80x132. I

............................... .. .... .. ....... year.$1500Elegant. Phone 700. Pensacota, fia> '53000-West half of block 29,' corner of I

140x120. building lot on :North Hill, Gregory and 10th avenue.$1500Lots ...................... .......e.... ............. :
11 to 15 block 138 :New
$ 000--155 feet by 120 feet.with 6 good City. I

; C HELP WANTED.MANTDAn WANTED. houses renting for J964 a year' I $1350-Lots, 1 to 3, block 94, New City. --
One block from depot.
$2500-Lots 6 to 10, block 92 New City.
; experienced nurse for WANTED-Bids for the $5000-6 small houses, comer Wright and $ 600-Lots 21 and 22, block 112, North SECRET SOCIETIES. DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
Immediate re- Baylen renting for S540 a year. --
young baby. Apply to Mrs. Max LL movaTof two cottages from Wooisey to For .Sai) t. Palafox street. .
Bear. 813 N. Barcelona street. 24octlw XVarrington. Address J..S. Hughes'War- See our list for other bargains. $1300-Lot* 16 to 20, block 158, New City. PENSACOLA LODGE NO.' '-3.Penraoola .
rington Fla.. 23octlw* All of block 117, East King tract. '
1 ANTED-Two draymen. Apply at Sand RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT $1330- Lodge No.3. K. of P.
blocks 113 and 207 West King meets every Monday evening at 7:39' l
10 W. Intendencia street. 23oct WANTED-Good room with bath at. RETURNS MADE. $1500-For .
tractS o'clock at their temporary Castle HaD
tached ,
in first-class
neighborhood] .
MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON o..er Pou's stab'* West Intendencla St. lL
Cook and
;WANTED- housekeeper. Ad- also take breakfast and if ;
dress P. O. Box 186 Brewton Ala. Address J. P. L.supper. P.. O. convenient Bos REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. : We show you free of charge any prop- Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. T. G. YATES, M. D,
20oct3tVANTED 67L erty listed with us. E. H. DENN. RD. C C..
Oct21WANTED WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVESTIN e $45 .
IL:
PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU. Fire and tornado Insurance. ,, 'KDRSLER. K. of R. & S.
.
; -Engraver, clock and jewelry < Optician.
repairer with tools. State experience, -To rent'a six-room bouse in EITHER. For new two-story,;8 rooin' house.with KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
age and salary expected. The O. K. a desirable neighborhood. by a permanent WANT TO SELL YOUR. PROPERTY two halls and two large galleries; an Meetings of the
Drug Store. Florala Ala. 20oct tenant AddressBox 103. City., x WE CAN SEL LIT. artistic up-to-date home, with all modern Knights of Columbus 306 Thiesen Building.
19octlm "\ improvements, situated on car line on are held at their hall.
.WANTED-Neat white girl to do office Fire Insurance Placed in high point overlooking the bay. at south! L L. S Brown & Go No. 8 West ..Intendencla -
-. work. Apply room :No. 1, Masonic WANTED six-room cottage to rent; ; west corner of 16th avenue and Jackson street; on" every OOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO
Temple. 19oct.w willing to pay. S25 and willing to take First-ClassCompanies.: street Monday evening at 7:30
two years' lease.' Address Box 84, City. I "WESEIUOTS." ; o'clock. .An .invita L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. M. co
.L"nED-A. cook. For particulars can JSoctlw tion is extended to ;
at 14 East Government street. 16oct2w $3000 visitinr Kntetite. Homeopathic 3
WANTED-A lady nf experience desires .,.;. r-_ Phone 918. Thiesen Building JOHN B. JONES. '
WANTED-Carpenters wanted. Apply position as stenographer; Is accus- for an artistic and. .p.tO-: ate (&.-room J. S.' LEONARD,, Grand Knight PHYSICtAN and SURGEON.
BROOKS
Gouldmg'P'ert1lizer Company. 14oct tomed to office work.and does neat- accurate LESLIE and hall cottage, with- all 'modern conveniences -I Recorder.DAUGHTERSOF. Office and Residence 12 N. Palafox. o
work. on West Chase '
Address "E. L., General street on carline
'Hours: 9 to 11 a. ITU, 1 to 5 m.
;ANTED-Good boy. strong and steady, Delivery. Evergreen AlaI8octlw*_ REBECCA. p. c(
to work-In press room. Apply Journal : Real Estate I Naomi Lodge :No. 10 Daughters of Phone 65. CI \
press room after 8 p. m. WANTED_.Second-hand roller-top desk; THE STORM Rebecca meets every Monday night at OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFrederick
c i must be in good condition. Apply to S. S o'clock In' L O. O. P. halL Visiting
-.A.rstclass carriage black- i A. and Insurance.Phone *lsters cordially invited to be present.
Frledrean-t' .ISoctlw
:_: Money to loan; at.st.. market rate I Ausfeld F. M. Elount
and MRS. J.
smith woodworker. Good positionfor of interestMortgages I 'T. PULLIAM. N. G.
right man. Address. John G. Welsh. WANTED-All Wads beer bottles. I pay 462. I MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE, Sec. AUSFIELD ;& BLOUNT l
112 S. Palafox.MISCELLANEOUS. on real estate In this city values of Real!
Carriage Works, Pensacola. Fla Soct lIe dozen. I handle ail leading brandsof _. bought and sold. Has not affected the I !
wines, beers and 'whiskies\ and still Estate. In this city $1.00. The buildings S RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. I Architects
-------------- All of the Maxent. Tract west of "C"
WANTED competent nurse. 701 North manufacture that well-established coughmedicine. t- street now for sale. : and wharves that were destroyed Rathbone LadKo.: 30, Knights ofaythtas. 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses Bldg..

;T ik Palafox St. 7octWANTEDLAt'onc :,Government Joe Roth Sts., corner Tarragon llo--: :will be replaced by more substantia' Castle HalL meets Members every Thursday of ststsr night lodges at Pensacola, FU. Montgomery Ala

I' S buildings. Pftnsacola has before it and visiting brethren cordially' invited
*, white nurse for hi1- II SMALL HOUSE or cottage, by reliable TREES Shade, .. to attend. J. M ROPER c. C. WM. A. BORMANS
ornamental -
I dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26. or fruit the brightest fall of its future.. I have ,
tenants. Address' 222 West Cervante trees of all kinds; also he.4ge plants Ejsher Esiie : c. J. LEVEY K, R. & S.
street. Sod furnished and planted by S. D.- Jackson 'Real 1 t ; Agency made arrangements to take all the Architectand Superintendent
WANTED once, several carrier on terms to suit customers. '.Best refer' property offered below its market 'M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and Office-305 Brent Building
I boys. Apply at this office. WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old ences. Address S. D. Jackson City. COLLECTION OF'RENTS A value. If you are afraid pf Pensacola third Wednesday evenlugs at 7:39 p. m. Pensacola. Flo;.
Rafford Hall :No. 10, West Intendencla
and hats blocking.made nw.Satisfaction Cleaning pressing 14octlm SPECIALTY. Real Estate bring it to me. I will buy street. A. G- FELL Pres

: Panamas. SOc guaranteed. WAGON :AND CARRIAGE SHOP-' We (from you: 5 J. L. SWEENEY; Secy .
BOARD AND ROOMS. ; Straws, :25c: ; Felt 35c; Phone 87. 208 S. Palafox St HICKS'CAPUDli
Derbys 2Sc.' Victor,Louis.! 100 E. Inten are now In our-new quarters, 214 East -- S
dencia street All come in. 6octlm Intendencia, and prepared to do every- Some.Money In These.A PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4,1. 0, O. F.
TWO ides, large unfurnished rooms for thing in wagon and carriage building: and Pensacola Lodge, No. 4; I. O. .O.: F
rent Apply to F. B. McGee, at Y. M. i Al."TED-AD owners'or poultry to repairing. .E. L. Herring City.. 14oct : quarter block ((5 .lots) cor 12tii meets every Thursday evening at 7.?
C. A. rooms. 23octlt I know that we are' agents for the celebrated FORSALE.FOR .1 street and 18th avenue overlooking at the new hall on Belmont and Eagle
.. streets. Visiting brethren
Conkey's Poultry MUSIC- Miss Cawthon's Studio. 388 cordially rvited.
Remedies. Guar. the Bayou one of the highest pointsin 4L CURES
.
t Voic't and B. R. WITKOVSKY. N. G.
FOR RENT-TWO' desirable rooms. cen anteed to cure rope cnolera. !gape and to Brent BuUdlng.- piano. Special
I. trally located; convenient to business kill flea?. lice and mites. Also their! attention Lglvir1s correct breathing and SALE--One-nalf Interest in the O. New City two blocks from car line A. KERLE. SecretaryW. c ALL ACHES
section: hotel and first-class boarding wonderful eegproducer.-F.: S. Sldlen & Beatrice White takes K. drug store Florala rAla. Purchasermust very cheap at $1100. O. W .
house southern exposure. Reasonablerates Co. Phone No.: 334. \8apr. pupils in primary piano. elocution and be' competent to--njanatre> business. A block 300 feet front on Bayoc LIve Oak Camp :No.. 1. W. O. W., LI7 And Nervousness
; modern conv rences. References dramatic art. Phone 1284,. Miss Caw- THcan stock; cash trade. H. H. Mc- siesta in Pythian haU the 1st and 3rd _______j TdalMtdelk A14rusld
exchanged. 202 NOrth Spring street.21octlOt. I WANTED-At-once, a four or five-room thon; 819 'Miss White. 14oct Dougald, Proprietor. __., 20oct Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn'ttouched ( Wednesdays! In each month. Visiting
cottage. Must be close in and in good by the water and not a siagk iverelgns cordially Invited.F. .
1 neighborhood. Address. 123. Care Tour- TARRANCE & AD AIR. Livery. L.- PANAMACANAL EDITION s.f.The 'tree blown down. One of the: prettl A..' BOGHICH, C. C. .I Subscribe for The
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. naL' '. '25sept Funiak; single or double teams, night Journal-a magnificently illustrated LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. JournaL
4 with or without board. Table board. I cr day; new rigs good service polite magazine, containing scores!" of view of est sites for a residence and the safest
Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. drivers. Give us a trial hone 59. the city and harbor. FOE- sale r.t allbook in the city of Pensacola, 5000. -,---
ZloctlraFURNISHED Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired eoctlra stores or at The ;Journal elBce. By 1
\ on short notice. -N.o.; 11U ,West mail, 20 ,cents. Ilsept Wanted.
ROOM for rent. Apply 301 Government St..' Pensacola, Fla. : .DRAWINGS an kinds; HuH, Engine.
ir IV.-. : Chase street. 21oct I Patent Office. machine and mlsc madeat FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam A house In good neighborhood and LOUISVillE & NASHVillE RAilROAD COMPAr
I WA.\"TED-A. R-. Blneham"wants you I reasonable rates. Patentable ideandeveioped. -'- engine steam drying1 room, moulds, business district
-- two nicely furnished front rooms 'for moving and hauling rile guarantees Sail boats, launches. Address and everything complete for carrying on near for abou' Through and_Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
i- gentlemen: privilege of bath and phone; I all breaKage. 1'nona 630. w. C. McGowan. Pensacola. FIa. Sseptlm business together with the finest bed of 3000.
convenient to East Hill car line; fine'In- pottery clay in Escambia county. Located 1 List with sale READ DOWN READ UP
WANTED MATTRESSES RENOVATED New tick your property me for Trains "''os. Trains No.
; cation. Address "Landlord care The -Carriages repaired and repainted right fn the city. Apply to or" address
Journal. ISoctlw ; floats built to order; horse furnished if desired. Guaranteed.; R. P. Rees 16septT 2 4 3 1 _

I o nspecialty; J. G. Welsh Cairiage Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave 1OTpmllSlam' Lv..Pensacola..,..... .........Ar 6Uam 4:00pm6:30am
TWO connecting rooms furnished suitablefor Co. orders at Watson. Parker & ReeseCo.'s..' FOR SALE-Nice bome.'iood location for 6:20pm : ;
Ar..Monigomery.. ; 9:25pm
light housekeeping; excellent neighborhood ; sept7. ,__ -' I chicken farm. Enquire.Chaa. Lorange.! j. W. Bullock{ Jr.Real 11:45am 9:10pm} :.:..:;::::::. :::::!::::::;:::tIV ( 4:20pm 1 11k'm;

near business district. Apply WANTED-The Mercf.ants Transfer Co. J'11. PORTER sailmaker. 716 South 1912 West JacksonSt. lOocCSt* 7:25pml 1:17am Ar..................Nash\-tl!....................Lv 8:4tam %:%5am
phone 663. ISoctlw wants your moving and hauling. All Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. 8:00pm 3.3lamI .. .. .. 3:00am1:25am
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors. n. awnings camp stools and house: cots I FOR S..UGood mowing- chlne. 5 ft. Estate and Mortgage Loan ; I 8.liaml: I f;::.::.:..::::.:::. VI :::::::..:..::: .t ItM:1 9SOpni

ROOMS AND BOARD for $3.60 per week. Proprietor. Phons: 978. etc. Prices reasonable. 3Ijan out; one' ten ft. sell'.dump all steel Cor. Government and DeLuna 3t 1:40am 2l0pmjAr......................,.St. Louis..Lv Z:30prD

C Good eating. Apply Mrs. Laura Gomez, hay rake; one 2-section all steel harrow: ; -:5Opmj sam-I : ..............._. ...
200: West Romana. WANTED AH kinds'of electrical SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzie Oertinj ; ... .. .. .... I 3:21am 2l5aa
17oct2w I sell an- kinds of electrical work. & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chand.ers two. hot blast heating stoves burn coalor Box 173. Phone 637 2JOam. 8:30am .... .....":...........".. ................. \U:451LlD 9:3Opll
ROOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of other electrical supplies.! When batteriesand you ; and grocers. Only first-class houseof bbl wood, per1; one minute tank; oneAermotor force pump. capacll1 mill:\:; lOnmIUOOn'n, Ar,. ... ... ...., .. .Cinclnnafl. .... ..........Lv- 1l.OOJ>m, 6Aop'i
light housekeeping: use of bath and need me ring 345 or 3oa. E. W. Peake. kind in city. Fair prices to alL, .
;: phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson. New Star Laundry Bldg. C. Garden. ---{ one twenty-inch' foot',power tinner's BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBIL, AND NEW. ORLEANS.
shear; 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine -------- -
or phone 1457. lloctlm "CARRIAGES repaired ar-4 repainted. 'GA. FLA. & ALA. RY. 6& 7 2&3 4&1 =
3&2
barrel h-immerless i&i,6
bullc double shot
WANTED-Secondhandsacks of all de- Floats tn order. Horse gun;
shoeing
; FOR RENT-Two unfurnished acriptlons wanted. If out of town; ship specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com lib repeating rifle 32-calhre. G. E. Mar'-I I CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE :OOamI1l:05pml11:55arn' Lv. ..:;::::-.Pensa.cola...........Ar i.OGar 4:0Qpm ,.:.
Call or address J. A. Billingsley rooms.14 E. them to us: if in town ring u* up at No. a pany. 2IfeUMILTON" shar. Bluff Springs Fla. 26 Sept lru' Tallahassee Flak to AtlantaGa. .,):4Samt !:5Saml flpm Ar............Mobile...........Lv 1:40a.m,11:5am l t' )I'm
I ; SI;; mAr. ..,.... .
Government street. 16oct2w 334, or bring them t. us at corner of NewOrleans..Lv 8:15pm. ....,.. !I.am
; Chase and Alcaniz Sts. I.'. S.. Mellen & UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Wjl-i lIe PURCHASES the receipt for the S
; -FIRST-CLASS rooms and board Co. 2Smlv lie Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing -' est cosmetics. Box 3;;$. City. fin-I FLOMATON-PENSACOLA_ RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.if .

week or month at 22 East Garden.by day I of all for kinds shipping.carpets" laid Phone furniture .- %:3pt; I ROUTE.YOUR to FREIGHT : --5 l I 1 3 I I TiifliIT 6top at statIons 2 I 4 t ti 22
packed 6: l'
13oct2w FOR SALE-A-barroom and all fixtures: 'any JalylDalIyDaily: where no time b shown Daily\ DallylDally ,
landing. ,,
to Tampa
f MONEY TO LOAN. Next 22apri pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine' Southwest Georgia and Wes ..... 4:53 %:30 .SOI Lv..Fiomaton..........Ar 12:45 1:25 8,1,

PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE location. At a bargain If sold at once. ..... iO: 2:35 .2:541: ..............Century_........... 12:40 11 IZI.! .....
Q board on North Hill second door from.t IDLE'YOl\'EY Mattresses made to order? old Address box 103 City. 2i3ejt Florida. ..... 5:01 2:41 3:051 t ..........Blnff Springs .......... 1'12:3 1:1 8J..I. .....
i par line. For particulars address No. 8 HAVE YOU In the, bank? t-enovated.: New ticks furnished. ones Sec.. : VIa ..... 6:11 .251 '30 ...........dcDaTId ............ ...I2:22 1:05 8:1.: '; ....
East Strong. 12octlm I can get'you.8 per cent on the beet ond hand furniture bought and sold. Up-. FOR SALE-Four good schooners suit- Steamer+ Lines ..... 5:30 3:04 ?::36. .........P1ne Barren.........:. ..1:081- %:%" 7ShI.[ .. ...
: possible !security; Leslie E. Brooks, 112 watering and repairing done. 114 E able for lake sound and river. Address Carrabelle ..... 5:39 3:13 '3.501..Moilno; ............. \I'llZS 1:437fj: ,...
O FURNISHED or unfurnished rOOms South Palafvx. Oct20MONEY ( Belmont St., city. Phone 171. Davis "M." care JournaL Ziaug Fla. ..... ......1 ..':041 ............Quintette............ .11S11'1:31\ .7:9 .. ...
:- for rent for light ..... '
housekeeping. Phone :261 .
Co.. C. T. Davis. Mgr. : 1111111:44"12:2s 7:74.;; ....
tlOz..or apply room 3. 2M14 South Palalox. LOANED on real estate .and Mfg. FOR SALE-At a bargain pain Furniture ...;. '3:43.. 39 .4:15 ..........Cantonement............. .11:40 12:26 1:311., ....
} lloct personal property on short notice H. ALFMAN-Tin.- Copper and Sheet business at 13$ E. Intendencia St. f ........... .
S GA.FLA/&ALA.RY. H" : : ::3:34: : : .Golzale&......... .. .'11:5.121 : ....
Terms easy. J-W. Bullard- 28'4 South Iron Worker; cornice work and sky- Address Box 325. City. :bet! ..... ...03 3:361 1:23. ........... ...P.oberts......;...... ..11:33.12:19 .!T:241.:2'i.. ...
FOR RENl'-Rooms cheap; real newly Palafox St. Phone 1144. lights a specialty: roofing guttering and Low 'rates, quick service to Tallahassee ..... .6:1St .3:45J ef:4c). ..,............01l\"e......;....... : % .12:09 .7:1-: .....
., clean furnished rooms suitable for I CAN repairing. S15 South Palafoi. SU-Fhone AUTOMOBILE or trade; nearly and Quincy Fla., Bainbrldge! Arling .... '6:211 .2:5lI 'f:48. ............h.Br nt._........... 'ILlS .12:04 .7:001., ....
tight housekeeping on the bilL Location LEND YOUR MONEY at eight 1316. junelm new and in good condition' will sell or ton and Cuthbert Ga. ..... 6- .1-1 .4:121: ............ Goulding ,............ .'11:11: .1:01 7:051... ...
high and healthy. Close to car line.Privilege per cent. If you..have any that you trade for a rood horse. Address J. C. Rates and 30' ...... .
; of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. want interest on see me about it. It Brashears Milton. Fla. Coctlm For Information write to ..:.:.:j .J.: ..!1 Ar. Pens8'ola'. ...___.._....LT_: _) 11:05 11:5; 7:001. ....,.
Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug will be absolutely safe on real estate J.- H. .McWILLIAMS, .;'0.% I I '

security. Leslie E.; Brooks. Phone 462. I LOSt. .. FOR SALE exchange for'unimproved "G .F.
FOR; RENT' One cr two newly furnished MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows land in county. Fty-Sholes No. 7 type. 5:00-:.=.. 7:00 Lv.- ..p i sacola...........Ar 10. .. ..... :
writerpractically ------ : :
front rooms; southern exposure; wltn mnney from Jno. A. Hall & Co..' .H* hotet'andWm. and : newt 4x5: Premo camera 50. ... 1.11 .......-.Bobemla....,......... ..... ...'.'...... .10:....
privilege Of phone No. 125:;$. Location E. Government St. When In need call LOST-Between the Escambia worth complete amateur photographicoutfit ," Pensacola St. Andrews 7:15' ..........Gull Point;.......... j'10:33.--. .......... .10. a
1 eotreble and near business
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: .Wv Gregory. 21s ptlmEDUCATIONAL. crescent brooch. A liberal reward will be Gulf Steamship Co. .............. : ..:-----.r..EscJUT1bia.. ........... ..10:28 ...... ......I.l&I
MONEY LOANED paid for Us return to the millinery department ; ; C 6:40...... ........ ....14u1at............. .10:19.. ..... ...... .10:36
on 'all kinds of SALE CHEAP -Almost Mchlefi .
t property on short nbtlce.\ Terms personal of Wm. Johnson & Son.. fleet &,. Sons' piano in handsome new'rosewood STEAMER'TARPON.G. 5:45... ..... .j.1\8. .,....:... ....Harp................ ...... ............. .10::
J. W. BARROW Mister. S 5:57........ .. .- City... ........ .....: ...... .... .101
easy. B. .Gray & Co., 2 W. Roroana. case. A bargain. Piano can be seen .
LOST--One white 'and dark' brown'sPotted FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ANT O .... ...... .... .. .
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H\Jton.\ .. .
Phone .1163. ifeb dog to by cafling at the Kandy Kitchen. 8oct- v FREIGHT SERVICE.' .. ........ : ....... .... 10:1. !
pointer : answers ... .
name of 6:3 _...... ...Good P.ange.-.. ...... ...... .... 9:40: ;
"Bruce." Finder return' to ,1'. 'EJohn- FOR SALE-i-Fine: well''grown Barred S -Betwef'n- 1:01..... ...... : .... ........ .
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UNLIMITED amount of loan .Holts. ........... .... ...... .... 9:15
%fR TOLA BARTON MASON win moneyto son at Bass & Co.'s and receive re Rock Cockerels, March andprU PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICC I"...:.. ...... ...... .
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open on all kinds of personal property. Special LA CARRAeE!..!.. ST. AN- 1:26: '' '.' 8:30: .l1mlgaD.......... .. ... ..... 8:53:
a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. ward. ott2OtfLOSTBetwecif hatches. $1.00 to $2.00; hens, last year's ....... ... ._....
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rates business .Crestview............ 9:0f ...... .... 13
October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Altanis. loans. eto New York men Loan on Co large breeders $1.00 each.. Mrs. .Lixiie E., DREWS. MiLLVILLE. 8:09.. ..... ..:. ..........Deel" Land. .......... .... ..... 8:03
or Typewriter Exchange 313 20414 Stoddart's avenue''and Hughes Chtpley Fia. 27septlm And,aH points on Si. Andrew Bay. Ca' ...... ... .. ... ; .
8:33' .
South Palafox. .1. .Moasy Head.......... 8:33 .... .... 1:41):
rabclie and
Apaiachicola.;
t Brent building. 2octlm Turner's mill pond. a: red blanket with "found : ':16...... ... .... .
: FOR SALE-10.000 acres timber SCHEDULE. : .DeFuhiak SpI1nga....... 1:12.. ... ..... ':51
THOS PEBLEY .Real black stripes and letter "P"worked in land. 1X&00 saw mill timber and aw S 9:30.; ........... 8:38.. ... .. .
kISS GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate of Estate and Loans. Please return .to oftice0.. 16 LeavesPensacola Sunday. 8:20 p. m .Ar&'YIe............. .7:44... ..........! 6f3:
; Knox College Illinois, and .Ferris Up-stalrs. corner. Palafox and Romana corner. mill: ::-room botel at a )bargain. Sev.:1 for :Mob}!*'. Ala. : 9:52 .T..... '.. .......... once 19 ..... ...... ':21)
Sta. Salisbury building or U1S East 13thstreet. eral farms .and town properties.. ...... .... ........... DeLeun..e. .
? Kindergarten Conege. Mich., win open 12septlm '' 20oct4t good. L* ve--Pensacola Tuesday. 1:30 p. m. 16l2. : 1:11 ..... ...... ': 1
p a Kindergarten .and Primary SchooL October Write. Gentry &: Setterllnd. 1, at her home. IU 12th street. boat marked "S'oach' vr l3sqits CarrabeKe end intermediate points. 19:451.: ........... 10:31) .............Bonltay...... ...... : ...... ...... $:;!
'Ierms. $3.00 per month 26seplm' LOST-ShIp Kungsbacka in sternwaa lostfrom For additional information sooty! toE 11:12...........;:.. 10:4 ....:.'.......Chlpley.,;............ ': ....... ...... f::
HOTELS. of BUILDING MATERIAL of all grades and ..... ... .. ._ .
i J- B. SAUNDERS. 113. .Aycock.... ...: :! :
alongside my ship Reward Saturdaynight, for 13th. kinds< going fast. Dressed lumber at .R. COBB.: .' President 11:43....... ...;. ;..........Cottondale........... !
c October. 1906. return to- B
$13 and up. Rough at $10 and up. Phone General, Frt. and Pa t. Agt. Pen 12:10..s:".10:50.: ._....lfarianna.........._. :
BRIGGS, HOUSE- OO feet'west of Union .erseri. Master* Swed." bark "NoacnVL" your order to Joel Frater 310 Baylen S tacola Fla. 1:44...... ..... .'.....:......Cy'preu_........... ... : ;
; BARBER Depot on Wright street best 16oct \ :
SHOPS. ; location: street .wharf who can fill your order at 22:55..5... --.......Grand Rldge.......... 6H..4.3. :
best rooms; beat house to stop at. Rates ISoctlw, .. ...... .. .. .
once. : 3:33 .._ .12:0:: ", ; ... .. :
MILTON-When visiting here have your 60c per day. 21octlm 110................ : .. .......... l" :

hats tonsorial street cleaned work opposite and done repaired.by jaiL Ira Clothes Minis Convenientto WillIng and- !BROwN Good beds.HOUSE airy -rooms DeFuniak; elegant SJv meals ngs.; FOUND.FOUND .. Dunn's FOR Palafox SALE-Lodging Lodging and Main House.streets house An,, established known corner as of Legal Advertisements. 10 A1I. .................1 .P1I.:40 1' At'. ..._. .flhi58d5.i..C_ .. .-. .- .1.- :

hotels. free bath and sample rooms. Special business: everything coacpiete; _a good Offl: Phone 63.; 26Uff Trains 21 and and traIns Z'andCarry between Pensa01& -
through sleeping car
attention to traveling men. Ratea $2.0per I -A bunch of keys'on postofflc" investment for the right man.. H-. Muller ,any, Penaacola! Florida, October 29, 19 and Rh'erJunct1on
: and Seaboard Air LIne. _ _
J. R. '
dar. \Brown. Prop.-' steps Sunday October 14.-. Owner can 400 S. Palafox. .16oct Notice' hereby -frtren that the annna:
get same by proving property and payingfor meedng- >f the stockholders of the South 'Trains signal.
on
c: FOR RENT. HOTEL SO UTHKRX( -Open all the : this ad. 18oet FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators.. AD-S em States Lumber, Company will be -belt stOp
American ''and Eycopean at its office In the City of
year. plan. ply .to The Lewis Bear Co.SECONDHAND Gict Pensacola.! or -= -
Special Bummer, rates. \Flrst-clasa In the 140} day of :\ove ber. A.. D. 1905, ot. -- --- ---

: JXR RENT-Some nice stores on East every respect.' Pleasant. and convenient FOR SALE : sale. used 11 o'clock a. m. (Signed) F. BSaghanj Mention to in,ke final five 'year proof the following witnesses to prove his con-
SAFE
I Government street; cheap rent. The Mrs. T.. 1* Bowen. Prop., Pensa- for Secretary.,. octilcawZw t support of his claim; vw: Homeswail tinnousresidence upon and cultivation or
I Usher Real Estate Agency. ljuly cola, ria., 16ap only one year. Address F* O- Box 492. Bay
W. S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencla. bet ntry No. 33,312, made December719 3, said land viz: Luke flowers of
FOR SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwellIng NOTICE PUBLICATION.. or the E% of 113714 (ot lot 1)..Sectiou Minette, Alabama; J. W. Beck of Bay
FOR RENT-A.tn.s Bins ham has storage BAT HOTEL-Op fight and day. Eu- excellent location near ice factory; .'Department of the.Interior. Land OfB". 5. Township 4 north Range 34 west and Mhiette. Alabama; MalleT Flowers. of
c room for for furniture ropean plan. Rooms light and clean.: good trade, large lot good water reason TWO. FINE YOUNG HEIFERS for sale. at ,Gainc riIle, Fla. October g? lie :et said proof will be"made before the Day .Minette, Alabama; S. S. Bore": of
other goods. 104 and 106 South. Tar. Transient! trade solicited. J75-67S South able terms, at 1I&r1a.nna.'F1&. Address Call at the Clutter Music House for in- :Notice is hereby. given that. >, .n._ Fleer "Serk. of'the Circuit Court at Pensacola, Bay Minette, Alabama. W. G. Robinson
Xtcoaa street Phone 639. > ," JO*. ffiNiroln > W. E. Taylor, "' 7'1 !n7--t-t renfi'n t; v '*Jy '" t-o. rS5j :'. :-''' : ."' --, > : .:
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. Savannah Ga.. Oct. %%.-me naval Arrived 'Yesterday.Ceo. .' ., -w.!: _

. stores market closed today as Johoirs. F. Scannell Am, -sch, 'Jones, r7.
Z started all right :.., .. .. .
luckily for Jack it ended all iight- .. .. ., .. ., ,475, Ponce to Master..

.: wd jUl on account of Vulcanite," too."Vulcanite" .. .. .. .. I Sailed Yesterday.

4e.... Roofing n!....-.;\...\..i.....![.....::11.:.....!i...,..ir......11 11c I leans.Cluden, Br Stsamsrilo ss, Wilcox 4 for New ,Or f?r \:\


roof covering that makes ;
. Is the only '........-..4.10 '
economical building possible. It .*.... ....,...4.05 Acacia: Br ss, Thomas, 1848 Buenos
Spirits turpentine, Ayres to Gulf Transit Co. '
66% cents.
roof house that not only .
puts a on your Br 1316 Ham-
Alicia ss, Ingram; ,
t t\. costs a trifle, but Local cotton Local Cotton quotations Market.furnished by burg to John A. Merritt & Co. _*

/ I pe it looks,lasts and J. P. O'Connor & Coy exporters and. -fac August Belmont, Br ss, Clarke,
1 tore are as folibws: 2967, Newcastle '.Tyne to Gulf
sart 1 is better than all on
f Good nUddIu>g.....,*.. ...11 .
t. Co.
t others. Strict middling ,...........lO,i Transit
. ',Middling .............:........,.IO''\ Axminister Br ss, Splnk 1231 Ha
. Tondos: 'tbTeto :Strict low. middling.......10% "vans to master. I
. lead out of town ', I Benedict Br ss, Roberts, 1758, *
I \ i 'sS2Snjp. ntiq eiss f Kingston,to S P.' Shotter Co Means when Schlitz. }
for it either it the beer is 4
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S is for sale rights gjulna .sa.lnfUI qons; auj.ze ;nspui.aouajuasuoauj r Degama, Br; ss, Keene, 2245, New .
aqJ uonuata 01 lea I I I Orleans to A. A. Brown & Co. ,
here in town bj [avow pus arau noj: aA'8S nut 11 puB .
I E. O Saltmarsh, Br ss, Rogers
awoq 'JDOJ uJ rai :g BIBJ jo n>oqB 2319. Tampa to Gulf Transit Oo. For fifty Schlitz beer
da H 'Sniuoeiod.-pooiq jo Ian uvp Euterpe. Br as. Wale, .2298, Las years, hasbeenunique jV
A. M. Hardware Jim f
Avery Co.
SuaA9jd pwr ssanajos pun UIVd Palmes to Gulf Transit.Co. .
oqj sjCcjB OEIB 'ii '[i PPlnb jJaaA. rcaq r Ida Aust ss, Hreglich,* 2093, New ..
-------- 07 uiaij sasaca>> 'sajjnfui tpns ojde pajjd I Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. for its purity. We have
uaqM pun onddsuB DB EI upupd aid adopted idea
I. Irene, Aust ss, Cerelich, 2314, New every jiI
dotes sIlO no sloe mica ujudsujuliagmut10 i Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. ,

:: 'JtiaSans tuapoai jo I Kirkstall,' Br ss, mode, Colon. to
qdwnm PUB XJ3Aoosip! sajBdaS aqj 51 invention
master. that could
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cr T i SItU, jaenuBa pp,eqjaq [q pa.qnba.l. I Tapton Br, ss, Trailers 2300, Montevideo every to -this'' end. ,
awn ? pjiqi-eno jnoqB. HI pxrenoqM. uon8.1n1vm l to master.
li P aya -' ) { pai eq aq Svmn [aq I ",
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Tugela. Br. ss., icholl, 2141, Car : fc
P' .
613 [ sps uojBramByTii{ djojeq al-mC diff to H. Eaars & Co. Today more than half the cost of
!-uJ-'nm pun sninq. SIILIQ'spuno.Ol Vidar, Nor ss,'Aruesen, 1084. Suguala ; our
Saissaap. :>>|oiddsrae tie Saj-tjadB gsujng Grande to Hyer Bros. .fi
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pue pj ijg: cpunoM Vivina Span ss. Arrotegan, 198S, '

i lONE STORM VIEW GIVEN WITH Liverpool to.Gulf Transit Co. .;: t brewing is spent to insure that Schlitz beer -

EVERY 10c PURCHASE OR OVER. Ships.
WEST FLORIDA TSTEAM BAKERY. AvantI Nor ship A.n4eraon.1643
3L London to order. shall '
= : be .
Ferreira, Port ship, Barros, 506, LI* pure. .
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CREW NOTICE.a. bon to master. .
Neither the
nor consignees captain of the Aust owners ss Canada, Br. ship, Spurr, 2237, Rio *
Florida and, Alabama Irene will be responsible for Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
debts contracted by the 'crew Hildegarde, Br ship, Bohlman..1610,
LAND COMPANYManufacturers of- .said vesseL.CEREICH, Bremen to order. --.; Yet: to ask means to get .it- instead of a ; r.
GULP TRANSIT CO., Captain. Ingrid Nor. ship,' Dannelf; 1260, ,
Consignees. oct9 Antwerp to Mel(. Oertlng & Co. *5 !,

of '' Lena, Itat ship Tassara.: 1581, London
and Dealers In BETTER A FILTER., to order.
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES v \ask f tha.eyaom. Common
Boll All the Water Tv r:.. IK Tine Barks
AND KILN DRIED SAP. Common
beer is sometimes substituted SGI IIz.
.1 Epidemics.. Afredo, Uruguayan bk Maragas, for .-

What can we do In the private home 987 Alfhild Montevideo Swed to bk H.'H.Svensen Thornton., 1332, ; To avoid being imposed upon, see that the cork or crown is branded beCTt j

to stop tie entrance. the disease.germ, .
Durban' master. I
to
COFFEESWe : \ provided we believe, danger exists! Andrea. Nor bk] Quale 114,_Durban i iddA

The sanitary experts say that>}o small to master. ; _

filter which allows' good stream of Avon, ItaL bk. Avegno. 147V. Genoato a .
--- water to pass removes bacteria. In'the master: ... '. _-.;. -
are the 'Pi nee,- sale of ,such .filters and the belief In Campbell Nor bk. Hausken 1100, .. .
Stavanger, to McK. Oertlng & Co. : .. :-- -
Coffee Roasters of their efficacy lies peril to the public .
who so often believe,that a couple of Chacma, Nor bk. Jorgensen 657. 'IAF .. .
West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. Fleetwood to order.:' N MMMfF :: .. :
Inches of sand charcoal,
or preserves Ellen, Dan; \>k.',Grederlcksen 160, S E
them from all harm. As a matter of Buencs Ayres to McK:Oerting_:&;' Co. ..- .. y
fact expert engineers are practically: Hereford, 'Nr bk. Jensen 1380 .4 :
agreed that eighteen inches of sand Rosado to order. fpfl&V1' S 1
ft
above drains, and that well covered Heimdal, Nor. bk, Hensen, 1354, ;, )
with sediment filter, are necessary to Hull to order.Humber'to '. i
Span.. bfc, 1111, Battle
obtain efficiency. Some of the larger .
have no equal. Atrial Havana to order. Phone 18
household filters are efficient when filled '
Isabel Browne, Res hk Lindqulst The Lewis Bear Co. "
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will convince the
con. with fine filtering matters such as
1231, Hull to master.
V Pensacola
Sts.
sandstone and Infusorial earth, which Main and Palafax ,
noisseur that we King Oscar II, Nor bk, Uohusen
.. allow( water to pass only drop by 752 Rosario to A. 'Zellus.Lilla .'
make no extravagant drop.! These are usually provided, with Nor bk Aanonsen 1030. Santos

claims. either storage reservoirs or Joined In a to order. The Beer GTh

series of filters so that a quantity may Lluis, Uruguayan bk., .LOPez700.Havana '' =
,r ** be obtained at once despite< the slow to order. t .
Magna Nor bk, Stoesen, 1091,Fleet-
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Wholesale and RetaltGROCER.S rate of filtration. One simple safeguard *
wood to order.:
: is always at hand ,and should Maria, Ger bk. French 1022 Kings *
never be forgotten-the boiling of drinkIng Lynn to master. Made Milwaukee I famous. r

water. J\o:: precaution Is better In I Negpore, Nor bk, Gjerdsen, 1128. t
time of epidemics. One point shouldbe East London to A. Zelms. .
Noach VI Swed bk, Burgfeldt, 1260. -- ... .
and all kinds of Feed made clear-Individual protectioncan ,
never possess a fraction of the Port Natal to order.,
value that belongs to municipal control I Olivari. Ital bk. Costa, Genoa to order '1'il 1-:

any more than the individual fire' Superb. Nor bk, Ullch 1934, ''Ant. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK t

Pluto Stuffs.Waler department.extinguisher, -caD Ilollis compete.Godfrey with the In city Atlantic I I Trerp to A. Zebus Schooners.Donna & Co.. PENSACOLAA We Desire The Small Account :1 t ir -


t- !! 165, Belize Christina to master., Am sch, 'McLeod' General Banking Business Conducted.:on a Safe and Conservative I I i of the Wage Earner and .1.1 .

PICTURE FRAMES. Domira, Br sch Reddle, 2001 St: Basis.
Wholesale and Retail! Lucie to master.
Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. Householder

Correspondence
Be Sore That They Salt the Pictures Freddie Heucken Am sch, Bryant,
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They Are to Hold. 475. Havana to master. ; "

New Orleans Grocery Co For oil paintings use deep gold HJalmar Am sch Axelsen, Ss, 'am- ,
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frames that bring out the quality of pa4 to order. just as much as the larger patronage of the ; "..Q
oil colors as so other frame can. City i of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. '
business man and corporation. Any amount will ,;
An Awful Cough Cured.
Jas. McHugh Keep the frames'of photographs plain Denomination. $100000 each. Dated January 1at. 1938.: Maturing January 1st,
and simple. A narrow frame will bring "Two years ago our little girl hada 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1st 1926. Interest, Payable Seml-Annuslly. open a checking account with us, and even if '
WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SALE
Phone 105. Propriettv out the brown tones of a carbon print. touch of pneumonia, which left her IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT, -plu,: xIEPRIOR 'you find it necessary to use all of your money,

L--- and gray,the black soft or gray very tints thin,are gold suited frames.by with spells of an coughing awful ,cough.just like She one with had The Peoples Bank of Pensacola pay all bills by,check, which, when returned to -> '

the whooping cough, a>;# some We furnish
SCARRITT MORENO Use wide mats In framing scenes or thought she would not get wen'at you, are legal receipts. you a neat

SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent else wide frames. It gives a better effect alL We got a bottle of Chamberlain's Pensacola Fla. little check book in which to keep a clean recordof
for Diebold Safe and Lock Co., of distance. -
Cough, Remedy which acted
Canton, Ohio.' all payments. ;
Office and Salesroom E. Gov St.Something Dark photographs Rembrandt's_ like a charm. She stopped coughingand your
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--- pictures, for Instance:-are thrown Into got stout and fat" writes Mrs. ..........MttMMMMMMfMIMMvv-
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strong relief by the right kind of a .Ora Bussard. Brubaker. I1L This i 1'i
mat. Choose a Rembrandt mat:,.which remedy is for sale by all druggists! t

shades from a light to a .much deeper ONE STORM VIEW GIVEN WITH Deposit your money in a savings bank at 4

New color.Little classic pictures in color look WEST EVERY FLORIDA lOc PURCHASE STEAM OR BAKERY.OVER., i per cent., when the Pensacola. Home and Sav- FIRSTNATIONALBANK i : :

well In Neapolitan framescarvedframes 3l ings Association will issue you paid-up stock _

covered with gold leaf. t bearing interest at 5. per cent. per annum, payable OF PCNSACOLA. FLA.
I IThat's for quiet little ,scenes flat wide MAHOGANY. ... .
Fine : .
Something frames, oval or square, rustic In character semi-annually. Designated Depositary of the United States
OREENHUT. J. S. Reese. R. M. GARY, ..
A.
are the best. The War This Beautiful Wood TOw H. O. DeSILVA.
President. Vice-president Treasurer. Secretary.
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Miniatures need the most careful se- Brought Into Fashion I Directors-H. G. DeSllva,' A. Greek. 'Knowles Hyer, A. V. W. H. Knowles President W. K. Hyer, Jr., Vfct-Preatdent and Cashier. I
what we are lection for the frames. Delicate gold Every one knows how effective and Clubbe C. H,Dorr, 0. E. Maura, Sol Cahn. Thos. W. Brent, AM"t Cashier. W. N. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. I
putting on the mar- frames or gold mountings are necessary. handsome mahogany is when used for 43 South PalafoiaM.N1N4N. Director*-F.C.Brent, W.A.mount W. H. Knowles W. K.flyer Jr..

ket. It's in the shape good furniture, but'few of us know .. ,D. O. Brent.C. !
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how its value was first discovered.. i
of a small, all-Ha- To Develop the Chest In the latter part of the seventeenth -F s

vana five cents ci- The best exercise tor development: is century a London physician had a need have. ,no terrors for] you .
stretching movement.: Stretch well ot; '
a .
gar. It is calledThe and. again brother engaged In trade with the WA'SH OA'YI ** u send your washing to i;
and thoroughly over over West Indies who on one occasion. y .W.UMXR PrwMuttH. JOHN PFEIFFEK. AMlftint' CuWtr
of the and ; .E. .Vtee-ftMtleld art Cashta J.W.AROREWSAulshatCsshIer.
until the muscles arms
I brought home.several logs of mahogany -'- Tile New Method Laundry,
Gonzalo shoulders feel quite loosened. One can as ballast The doctor was building PHONE 1186 .E. W, LAWRENCE.,Prop nee...tlIO.Uaiidrj. 8''.. W 8HI4U n t" N.
do so lying down or standing,.but it Is a house, and his brother suggested that AGENTS WANTED. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Ti
best the shoulders to
when stretching the logs would serve for ceiling beams. ,
"Babies"It
stand. While In an upright position head Acting on the proposal, the doctor gave: ....................................+.*....+.........* ,r rtNSMCoL. ft*. i ':j
back of the
throw the to the "
arms :
use
orders to the workmen to mate of
is manufactured and stretch welL After she has exercised the mahogany, but their tools were not : *. .j Opera ,House Building. i

expressly for us and her back: and shoulders in this. equal to the task of cutting the hardwood DESIGNATED: OF UNITED STATES.a i
way a woman: Trill find It bard: to sit In and the logs were put'out,of the I Witcher Zemurray & Co. : DEPOSITORY '
I
is a winner. Call for a stooping attitude, :and she will with way In a corner in the garden. t cAPrriLsroK_ .. $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. i

them. They are the out effort square her shoulders and Some time: afterward the head car DIRECTORS. J

best hold herself erect penter tried to make a box from the CO miSsionBrOkers. :
yet. ; Frank F. E. Brawner "
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: wood but was unsuccessful with ordinary : I Henry Covtngton, Reilly.
: J. M* Pfeiffer, W.S, Rosasco, C.W. Lamer, -
.:..:.. :-,,,: tools. He told the doctor, who .' New' i Bryan Donwody, T. F. MvGonrio J.R. Saunders
--: -", --' TO ENJOY LIFE was Interested in the baffling timber Pensacola and Orleans A. M. 1-very. W. ". Milton, O. E. Maurs, ,
and ordered heavier tools to be madeto W.J.Hannah, McKenzle Oertlng i
11.W. IntendtncU. 820 Common. i W.L Cewtb, .! Dr. .
work It with sa'fa Home Notes. i Men Mc6.wia::: C. .M. .Covlofltoo M. E. Clark. .
TheLewis ;you must first of all .hava good health 4
When this done and box
was at last
a
and since the stomach is the measure of Stocks Grain' Provisions fife} <(SCW tuft hUm .UUt, |UI 0' p.a 0. ,ear. rrrnle apartment. .
roan a health it is Important to sea thatit made and polished it was so handsomethat Cotton }a cenKttoa let On> cravtulcsc of_customers.
is restored to( normal.condition thus a bureau was made.from anotherof if.
\ Bear Co, perfecting the digestion. To do this the despised logs and this war declared bought and sold on margin or for Investment. I Four per cent 'Iat r.stPald on Time Deposits. ij ;.

Hostetter'sStomach by experts to be BO superior to "t

Wholesale Dealers other furniture making woods that the Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. F'gMAY .

Bittersshould craze'for mahogany set In,.and ,,furnl-' F t
tare made from became highly popular =: ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
be resorted t<5-: You'll find It the Direct.Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. i'
PRES. AND MANAGER. '
Pensacola Fla. best stomach medicine ever took the then Duchess cf Buckingham .W T. BEOWELL. tadr ;
you f '
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RIDe phone 179 itrepresentWVS
and also, that it cures Poor Appetite, fostering the.. craze in the fashionable. P'r'epand wfll[ ean.aO rBiawearlreeldent. and Manager; 206 8.' Byre y{
Headache, Costiveness, Dyspepsia Indigestion world. -- street { t f
I Chllle or Colds. TCY it to-dait i
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; i![ i.l i. I IfftiSoecial'to I Dilt Imported Pickles JuSt,Macaroni>auer Received.Kraut Sweet Mackerel Oil: Cheeses, CodFish This, MUST Accoasts LOOK For Dyed YOUNG Locks:.Thai i:

,: Pigs Feet Spanish Onions. Pilot \ares Sometime Sltovr.
firead.. French Navy> Bread. Everything -
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Pensacola l fresh and new.- : "Yes she's' a "goocT 'nSrsc-, doctor,"
.: 4 r .. .Witch ,Hazel. $1.09 per gallon. j' ,
; .. ratkor
l Tf wOut : .said the patient ,reluctantly r
I Muscogee, Oct. 22_-\\e are having' Marine Grocery Company. "You'oi't, mean that" VilS' the on- ,
unusally! cold weather. ':The tempera i 'V. .'.' VIDAL Mansgcr. :' .p1 I
the
is enjoy-' slyer pf: the idllla11at'8
.. : : :: tore is about
one month ahead of .the "
Tailors : us matter:with her? .Mime, tell me.
t'
'off date.Mr. '' ," the faint contradiction. ,
the blood }I II and Mrs. Nelloms made flying CLOTHECLEANED |I othiag began
I : :: r. The the'',trip to McKinnonrille Saturday.Mrs. AND PRESSED, "She's quiet tidy and sympathetic : -
.prIng has I II Annie Kettrell 'and little son. To' have jour fall and winter clothes but doctor,* her hair's dyed. I tt
,their won are on the sick list this week. cleaned pressed and repaired 'and put in ,could) see plainly yesterday when she K cein
Worried flitters are I Mrs. Taylor and Mrs Bertha Taylor MO rood everythIng condition.in send that line them and to guarantee us.*.We sat between me and the window
I made flying trip to Roberts Sunday.:' car work.-Ladle's* work a specialty. Gentlemen The doctor.did not speak for a moment A t 5,':.. ,' ,rs1 4 of
with their Mr.. Floyd Ketrell' and Mrs. Maud '3 membership rates $100 per look hStone th
Sunday : Arnold attended church at Rock Hill month u All work called for said delivered-< He did not even surprised."Such
What makes !1 New York i Phone 1373. .a alee nurse, too," went oa the \\
them worry? Just say "John time.in Sunday. ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, CKtlr
"wriy should .she do such a P.
Mr. and Mrs. visitors patient !
White Clothes" and watch their faces redden. parents. Teeny are at'I 9 E. i INTENDENCIA STREET ,
time and Mr. and Mra..Armistead's this WeLRev I WALTER MOULTON MANAGER.GULF foolish thlngr in
You might just as well"'thow $10 ; to. take upj I II i Garrett filled his jegular appointment It-was'then that she 'learned from the
SL" in-the ;I )from quite at Econ"Sunday. j 1- doctor, that dyed hair is not nearly so THE thHi
HABERDASHER
ta tailor's
bay as pay a. profit. Mrs. Garrett '
has
the sick '
DetroitShe bqen on uncommon in ,the c asg:;_of ,jtraineJ le
When 'no' tailor ca fit or please! you : :oh through, and list Miss for the Vivian past White Jew_days. ,, CITY COFFEE CO., nursesas, might bfe supposed. sick people th

than The John:Whi : Store. Our patterns the entire:ed .at. Mrs. Annie Kettrell's.spenf'Sunda,j j j I ,'H.- P. CtU PM N._ Manager, like., to have. :young nurses ,about fnha

': are exclusive,and! .t .* cloths .the best : addition to Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Kettrell are' toast rs. Eltn >ers and_ Shippers of! them. Even physicians :have a weakness REASONS WHY
product '' i ceIwl
1 visiting .:relatives: in Alabama, thl3week ,for the. young,nurses. They fceI I i i
-' "of the best wo .ien mills 'of Europe deUted I
weeks Fine Coffees lieve lhat their Interest. and enthusiasm I
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No. 74
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America. Indo J|'; Mr. Boze Powelf, of McKinnonvillewas are greater, !I | pr
: the sick list a business caller here last week. ou .COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL is t i wim
"The nurses' term of usefulness i
now able to GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL! i Real FOURPITCollars :
I i Rev.> Nicholson "and famity'attend._ .
beautiful short enough as It \3.t'this physician | 't"' "
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Suits from 10 to ed.church at Rock Hill Sunday : !] jsa
.. $35. ;,of Pensa-. "The little son of .Mr. and Mrs said"for the work is so,exhaustive that {; last !In the jlh
Mrs. J. U McQusre has been on the sick list J.1]i' they must Boou.-uccumb. ,Some of I ev
; Heavy Underwear_ 50 cents and $1.00 a garment. last week'i the past two weeks., j I N011CE them are compelled- to give UT after ; Laundry. Lion Brand Swl
lose ftan- ; :Mr. Charlie Green, was, a visitor at)I ten yea's:. Tew are ever-able to keep ; flu
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Lln "y.\Vas'' Mr.. Fells Sunday evening !'n! The Woctley Sanatorium,the only Institute up until they have put In_twenty,years ,I Collars are lea
drew r. Curry many of i Mr. Lonnie Cohrcn was a guestat in the United States where the "It they feel that gray hairs corning: i i all FOUR-PLY.
Mr. G., White's Sunday evening. I Opium,- Cocaine and Whiskey habIs perhaps a little earlier 'than they are ,"W

I :: school.add1-1 can be, cured without exposure acd due, ,are going :to make the term of < 15 cents each, 2 for 25 cents. blci}
with so MUch ease for the patient. Only I
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THE JOHN ,
WHITE STORESpe ride" their best days briefer they aredrlt'en :
even
SHOPS of
: i after-. KITCHEN HELPS. 'I 30 days' .time required Describe i AT ALL GOOD ;
to hiding those traces of time
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and will wrte
I 'f -.1l' a your casa you an I!?
1 k Lave opinion .as -to wha I can accomplish and overwork by the axe of hair dye. i I -
to Pen In rinsing a pot that has been used I 'i I" I"of
in Men's and Boys' Wear for you. Ask your family: physician and_the number that do make tae of H
to sweet things use cold water
I of Flagman prepare to: investigate. Dr. B. M. WCOn 1. 104. is very much larger; than anybody sup i Opera House
i instead of hat.. I I
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Phone 225 L N. Pryor Street. Atlanta.. Ga. poses."New York San., ,
205-207 '
S. PALAFOXI here. I i
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Havehandy a stone or steelfor' ai
-. I I ; driving trees and his.I''. sharpening knives and'' .c'p'the knives I j I I I MAKING A SKIRT. I Wednesday October 24. itF

"bobs., up, in, good condition. Goad tools make I I I A SeaSerpeat; Identified.. i I THE EMINENT COMEDIENNE
on the E-1' rapid work. '':, Some forty years"ago, when out_with Some Suggestions That Will Aid tile
Taylor.' of If the tipper inside edge of the pan I I a'..boating party for Beaall shooting, I Home Dpeaa BUSVer. FLORENCE DAVIS
.............K.tN4.....,..........-............... ': her brother.I Is well greased with batter, chocolate, espied a monster fish basking on the There are several points in sewing Assisted C

r f dlk. cocoa or anything; of the kind It surface of,the "water with Its head well: which'are likely to annoy an inexperi- Elliott Dexter
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,I; YOU CAN MOVE YOUR, CAS'HEATERS I .Jl'hom visit will not boil over : I up In-the air ,The creature .! o.1ed.us. enced person but which! are*necessaryfor Company of Well known New York
'!'.. Nash- One of the best wars to save your to get within thirty yardswhen* I sent the-finish of a garment The sew Players. In the Exquisite tiL
; delightful ottief steps in the kitchen is to sit down to two charges of shot Into Its bead with ing on of the waistband; and of the Romantic Comedy
.Iron. You will find it a great improvement the result that It 'rolled 'over on Its skirt band and the finishing of the I
ALL ABOUT OVER THE HOUSE sick, but !on= the,stand up way of doing It. back, and our boat soon i came up to It. placket are among these.. THE PLAYER MAID"ByLouise E

sister Mrs. Fish scales can easily be removed:: by It proved to be.a large angel shark. I The waistband may be put on before ( Malloy) 1t
:: pouring hot water on the fish slowly thought I wou'li*, make quite sure It the skirt Is finished at the bottom as it A Literary Gem and a Dramatic Mar
y'i a.pleas-f I until the scales curl then scrape quickly. 'was dead and.'jtnt. two more charges enables one to hang the skirt more correctly. terpiece, Scintillating With Wit, t

Attaching;.them. to any fixture ,_since the price f his outing I Wash in several waters, having the Into Its upturned belly. I must hare This 'band ,Li. a straight piece Complications/ 'Situations.and Ludicrous 1

gas for light and fuel is the same In this spent 'I last cold and well. salted, 'so no slimewill unfortunately, burst Its air bladder, torUbegnn' of goods cut' along tbe selvage edge The Play is Expensively Mounted With 1i 1I
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way i be left. ; slowly to sink! Had I not about three Inches wide, as it must be Scenic Effects and Those Beautiful ; i
can heat any part of>your house with. one heat some jeweler days, To do justice to the work in hand killed It at first, and had It reared Its turned over: matte; ,a doable band. Costumes So Dear" to 1e
I $3.25 puts a specially good header. ', '. his one Dint: bare the very best of tools. ; bead(and flapped fts wings we should Divide It In half and'fasten the center the Feminine Ear.
I number of Clean pots, pans and kettles enhance, probably.have' added one more storyto In the. -middle, of the front. gore of the THE PLAY" ", THAT TOOK NEW. YORK 1
visiting, her the value 50 per cent of all articles the long list of sea serpent fabrications -skirt BY STORM.' 1
I cf'last. Satur- that require cooking before being. acree4 ,-Manchester Courier.Elderfiower Tbe band should be basted on, holdIng Prices 25c<0'to $1.00. 1

.I Pensacola Gas .Company i ii I in at the tablePure I the Bkirtnejt to you and allowinga 1
Ill, Is MWf'1 very little fullness, which! will make. MEN ARE LEARNING THAT B* 1e
1 ; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Strata.la I Water. It fit easier over the hips. The back BY LIFE ASSURANCE

,<, ......................t......... .t.............. : week.' Mrs:I I Elderflower water Is highly recommended widths may ,be gathered Into the bandor incomes protected.are debts.maintained secured undeve mortgages poe
hours here White Lead as-a plain wash for the skin plaited as one prefers then sew it business rendered a
enterprises
guarded
Glover en andeaters into* the composition of OB the machine"and turn it orer oa the safe- Investments given permanent't.IIe.

dis- many l lotions. To make It, proceed as wrong ,side besting'again before the! and capital preserved A poW
CON ; of, stylish Paint follows: final sewing, finishing It with hoot fin THE EQUITABLE does all till
H 0. ANSON
: 'spending Pluck, the:flowers, cut off the stalks and eyes. and mora-provides for the family af.ter
r CLOTHING Graded quite close up to the blossoms and your death. Send us your nami
ley are the White, Lead, place'the latter in a large earthenwarejar When bookcases: to be closed fo age and addreSs.KNOWLES .
daughter.
ii f Cor. Palafox and Main Streets. days ago as the cheap,. ,adulterated or.in an enameled saucepan. If the a time sprinkle few drops of oil of BROS.. Insurance ,
/Assocta- lavender on the shelves. to prevent the
wafc'a dele latter just cover with water and heatto
article sometimes called
molding of the books'
very ,much. boiling Potnt; then strain off the
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:4 3ButtohSquareCut: ) treated: is an_ expensive' purchaseat water and bottle for use. Half an
.. A musty cellar may be sweetened by
.. ayi > ounce of simple tincture of benzoin or
any Price. setting: pans of hot charcoiT about the
{ Sack. a visit'to two ounces of spirits of wine added to
9i visit. her" Pure White Lead costs one quart of,this water will help to Poor, especially In dark corners.

!- Generous in length fit .visited preserve it: The earthenware jar Iswcfrther'
, 'K | aJ perfect : 'her. so little more per pound,' : ur l"entIy. When packed A

i; i% neck and shoulders, and with a spending. H-nrey. and I lasts so :much: longer: with elder bloom It is filled with quite -

,11. Kuppenheimer" label-A have.,weTe; or-I I on the building, that only hot twenty-four but not'boiling hours when water'the and water left for Is DON 'T SENDYOUR

? tailor-made suit without the pure could be sold ,if carefully strained ,through: a muslin
+4, bag.-,The latter process gives a better
the tailors
r- : high price. tfeaired the property owner was always ', colored water. t
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OR OVER. To,Care Tb mb Socklnr.
,I. Favorable,full iength.f large J lapzls BAKERY subject/ paint materials.To Taking .an appropriately sized thin S

i collar 'shoulders. 3t. be sure',of absolute rubber ball, ,an oval hole Is cut to AWAY Of tar ,clothing business has been
square loosely! fit the wrist and the: surface something short of prenomenal and la
purity insist oni-having ventilated by, very numerous punches due to the progressive Ideas and cater
Or |t with a stable harness punch. A cbessej lug to the taste and needs of our
Dark Greys, striped or plain dark ; but It Is I I! 'Seal j cloth bag:is sewed oa to the oval hole patrons. While the growth has been
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Red been
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; time Late I and a tape.run In and out of the cloth Buy nsacola remarkable It nevertheless
unfinished, worsteds. are bad been Pure White Lead' at this aperture .which can be gently graduaL" We"Tall have oaks properly from little planted acornf oar
recommended for tied at the wrist A woolen mitten cau I have everything You grow.
the1leprd.ht1cob1brTh' ; Mr. s., want and can acorn and we are proud of the result
()lade by the OM thrtch Ptoc *! be worn within this if required for" sett It to you M cheap as you can get It will demonstrate
anywhere My ,stock. attained. The following
fall fashions. cold weather., Several sizes have 1 is now compete in
to be
day in the very respect 1 hare m'"J.des. Phono the reason for our popularity
lianas of kuppeOaYmy .. found hIs .Mixed.witfitPure,'Linseed made 'at ,intervals .of two months to 1 Shot graphs Gan;Records. : Eastbafis Foot Balls and growth Goods and Prices.
I Amnrun'tion.
allow Knives Trpe-
BUYABLE AT '"What's for growth.- For bait aa .hourcl wrltus-Expf'ess] Wagons, all sizes Ten-
S. asked. Oil, it is a .perfect paint. :J. :ht and morning these are removed 5& Golf Sticks, Fishing Tackle, Air
$16 $27 aSO less,1.5 do so I'm If dealer will and ute !child taught,ptadaany to pat- in Rifles.fact.Boxing everything Gloves that Steel Traps, and.
'I OSubscribe pr c your; not la usually kept In .
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