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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 24, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'Slated for. the Head of 'THE: SEVENTH AND NINTH t & r. t tr t I It

DISTINGUISHED I TAMMANY HALL.-WILL: .: 4tr

a SUPPORT ErlCKET:: y
The United States Navy
Associated Press
By COMPANIES TRANSFERREDAfter 4
New York Oct; 23.-.The '

HEDRE[ WiltE executive committee of Tam a s : I
ATSANTA J
R many Hall decided ati(meeting ROSA

whole to-day democratic to support tksit; state the Remaining; At Local Post Over Three Years f ,


,t .. and the Tammany local CharleS leader Murphy; delivered, They Are to Go'to Fortifications Near Boston. 5 ft
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a which speech he said to the he members expected all In y y. Two Companies Coming Here. : t

of them to do their-utmost so

as to preclude any-.possibility The Seventh and Ninth Companies the moving of his command. Captain 'I; .

Birthday Anni: '0 0 p of knifing.a charge of treachery" or of Coast Artillery which, have been I'of the Austin Ninth is! the commanding' officer Official 'Report ,On the Big t, : 1 I

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stationed at Fort Barrancas for over tJ
of Simon Wolf 0 : iY. J y. ten The two companies came to, Pen- Storm by CaptainBroadbent. ; :-
versary years, are to depart orders hay t sacola when Barrancas was a two- ; -'

ing been issued transferring these company post. and when the artillery swSIf
I to Be Fittingly two companies to the fortificationsnear was known as batteries instead of l

: CHANGES .I 1'THEPR [ Boston. One company Is to be companies. While the companies 4 ':'t k ,

Observed. stationed at Fort Banks and the'other have been recruited and many of

rv at Fort- n..and the two com- those who came here hava departed How the Lives of Those At b
I % panies now at those places the Sev- there 'are still left some 'of the men .
enty-SIxtij and Seventy-Seventh are who came here In 1836. L
Has Been Personal Friend of to come to 'Fort 'Barrancas. :while The war department recently took Station Were Saved; ;

I ESJ DENTS the orders have already been issued np the matter of, making a transferof -

Ten Presidents. the companies are not to move until artillery companies, where the s-n
March, several -months notice being men had been stationed at one' post KEEPER OF SANTA ROSA LIFE. ; m: .
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given in order that the men many of for a .long period of years, and; inasmuch SAVING STATION SENDS INTER i ,tESTING -
WILL BE' THE whom have families at the post may as these two had been at Bar. _
CELEBRATION
CABINET arrange for their' departure. Many rancas for ten or more years they REPORT ON RECENT :II

MOST LARGELY ATTENDED OF will regret to learn of the departureof were the first'to be transferred.It ? .
AgTNMtlo the two companies, as.many of is not anticipated that any of STORM TO AUTHORITIES Ar i v

ITS KIND IN HISTORY OF THE .. the men have friends both .in the the other companies will be transferred WASHINGTON.Capt I..
city and at the post and navy yard. as ten of the commands stationed ; i
CITY EXCEPTING" ONLY THAT Several'Will".BeiMade: 'When Captain Hase.. the commanding officer in the south have, already been ,

: of the Seventh. Is now in Europe, selected and this about covers those it' \ \
Ce' SPEAKER CANNON. Shy Retires -on Fourth tfelng "on, a tJlreeU::>>!lths furlough, that have remained for any lengthof Robert Broadbent, the keepers I ,

-- : -' but he wan return within a few time without being transferred or of Santa Rosa life saving station hu i 1''

::? of March.Metcal .-' wteks, and begin preparations, for seeing service elsewhere. completed his report to be forwardedto >

Washington Special, to Thus. .ou- aLLt promises -*aa. I the general superintendent of tho I"-
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attended -:- : '. life service at Washington,'
] to be the most largely saving .
celebration of a birthday anniversaryin Slated Ito Succeed' upon the hurricane of last month. The .d: :
thato. o : FIRST HIC1WAYMAN'SATTEMPT '" .
.TRAINS .
the history of this city, except 000 H & report is an interesting one and _- j )

Speaker Cannon in, will honor be of held Simon by 0 Chas. J. Bonaparte.AS shows the manner in which the lives i cs Hj s I
the Jewish people of those employed at the station and j I
Wolf who will be seventy years old 0 also those who had taken refuge there \ I :
the most dlstinguished i '.
October 28. Mr.Wolf Is .
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Hebrew citizen of Washington SECRETARY OF 'THE: NAVY SINCE THE were saved. It is as follows: J j "

and uas lived here duringthe Official Report. l II n
his Cr WHEN THAT GENTLEMAN ISGIVEN .
During
past forty-four years. : "Santa Rosa Station. Oct 23. it: 1

liie he has been famous as a lawyer,, PORTFOLIO, OF ATTORNEY "General Superintendent, Life Saving, +. .
a
lecturer, author, diplomat, and philanthropist Service, Washington: D. C. j
He has been the personal! .k"aEN E RAL-TWO"".NEW(1M EMBERS STORM I'
"Sir:-In compliance with instructions ;
His friends y
friend cf ten Presidents. ,
Lave arranged to celebrate his HON. VICTOR METCALFE. OF CABINET': ANNOUNCED I. FAILEDKle' contained In your letter of the( T t

style, al 11th instant I live; the honor to submit :
seventieth birthday in regal At present secretary- the Department of Commerce and Labor whowill YESTERDAY ./ ;
which President Roosevelt has; succeed Secretary of,the Navy Charles J. Bonaparte when that official the following report,. covering the- 'fo' 1
promised to attend if public business assumes the porfolio of attorney general after March 4. 1907. Wilt'Be Run Over the Dum- Attacked But I hurricane that recently visited this f I '

will permit The President is an admirer Associated coast and which wrecked the Santa t! !!'
'By Press. t
Mr. Wclf having at one time ------ t
of Line to Fort BarrancaiToDaY. Got Worst of theEncounter.
: fOllowing my i Life Station:
Rosa Saving
said of him0 better American Washington. Oct. 23.'-The ,.
lives en this continent." On the statement regarding prospective r "On the 26th day of September .1:!

evening of the 27th Mr. Wolfs friend THE COMMITTEE BARS 'CLANSMANFQM changes in Presidenf.Hoosevelt's cab-' : (Wednesday) during the whole day it ..
which' inet was made public;: o-nlght: TH '
will tender him a banquet to was blowing hard from the N. E. with :
'On the retirement jot Secretary
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five hundred gusts: have: been invitedMr. surf running and Increasing u) *
high
Wolf was born in Bavaria and Shaw and Attorney General Moody i The, first trains to be operated between An encounter with a party ben a '
until about 3 ; t'
to New York in 1S42. after from the cabinet the 'following Fort Barrancas upon relieving him of his money and during the afternoon
came : I the city and i wind had reached a'heavx !
'! which, he located at Cleveland, Ohio, OFA'RI AN QUAKER the changes treasury will Geo.bs made Cortelyou: Secretary; post- I since the hurricane__ will be run' to- valuables was the experience of!p.gale.m. The the barometer; was falling rapidly i

cities.but subsequently, In IS;; he lived became in other a residentof Ohio I tffaster gene5al.Geotfe'yon; I... Meyer I jdayr-Jeairtng.. the!_ !.tt.Jh1 niqrning! Philip, Klein Sunday night, when he l' and the. indications looked very
> : now was walking"" to hi bad; the sea was increasing and; ',
Phildelphia. What he earned &0 ; 'attorney general; Charles Bona I and afternoon .The'tra'ci: ,haa' from the city = !
money parte secretary of the navy, Victor i been in cond i1on,,'the bridges home at Fishenrille, and Jf the part about 8 p. m,'was of fearful violence 1 .
he saved, and when be came to I ; placed breaking, well up on the sand bills i l' t
wounded it is not the
is not badly
of labor and *
in the TO's. Recorderof Metcalf; secretary everything lis in' readi- I'
JEWS and
Washington as CITY Oscar Strauss.* repaired fault of Mr. Klein. The latter be facing the station the footings of \ ,
Deeds for the District of Columbiahe commerce" understanding for ness for the resumption of traffic over lieves that the highwayman was a which began to disappear. The wind J ;: r
The general '
was worth 525,003.:? Later he was still increasing and the barometer
announcementwas
has been that Attorney the dummy line. This white man.According. I "
appointed Consul General to Egypt, sometime would retire on the made last night by the Treminal to Mr. Klein's statement I still falling it was deemed 'prudent to : :
and while there gave the first 'Washington By Associated PresS By Associated Press. ensral Moody Shaw officials. he started for his home in FIshervilU take the large Monomoy surf boat ,' (t I.
and Secretary Company
dinner in the Old World, on New York, Oct. 23.-The committee Philadelphia:22.: Mayor 'Weav- first of the year : 4th of late Sunday night and being unable from the station building, first taking; "
would follow him onvthe day As stated In The Journal Sunday
February 22nd. 18G2. which cost him of fifteen appointed by Judge Mayor re today issued an order suppressing to secure a hack had to walk. He it off the carriage (as the wind would'have "j

$5OGO or one thousand dollars more Sulzburgher, of Philadelphia,* to the further production here of "TheClansman" March.'' ,, made aftera fcntorning they anticipated 'resumingoperations left the post office and had gone only turned all over) and roll It to-i .
than his salary for a year as consul lect thirty-five other members so se-I which was to have aJweek's The announcement was Thursday morning, if not as far west' on Government street tu ward the back (bay side) of the sta-i
)Ir Wolf is the father of six childrenOne to form with them a committee engagers?nt at the Walnut protracted cabinet! meeting to-day. sooner and last night when the men Baylen, when he saw a party come Lion and plant a 60 pound anchor: ;ij f

ot his sons is an Associate Justice American Jews. announced, today. Street: Theatre. The mayor's action the roadbed north from that street and also start with a big scope of cable then ran 'i 1 i
. of the Supreme Court of Porto that they had 'decided to divide the w s prompted by a demonstration last MERLYMURPHY'S ceased work they had placed west on Government keeping on the long line to the base of the station "f
, Pico.hr.. country into twelve districts and 11'night by several thousand negro citizens CHARGES in' such condition that trains oppcsil side of the street Mr. Klein building, as a lead ot guide to assist, :t f

Wolf is an author of note, hav- to select delegates, in numbers: and a delegation of representative could operated, and this morningat walked about four blocks when he decided nine, more people who had taken i, t;
lan written "The American Jew as Pa- corresponding 'with the Jewish negroes called on Mayor Weaver 7:15 the first train since the hurri- to cross the street and get on refuge In it some time previous.. L

t, ,.t. Solder and Citizen," an interesting population. 'It is expected that the i today and protested against further CAMPAIGN COSSIP cane of nearly a month ago will run the same side as the other party These consisted'of four women, twfe : ..f'.
work oh the achievements and committee will find it necessary to in- 'continuance of the play, their chief through to Barra.1cas. This he did and walked for several of whom were the keeper's.daughter

loyalty of the American Hebrews to crease Its membership or' to adopt 'I spokesman beIng former Congressman At present,, only l two trains will Be blocks the -unknown fellow following. and five children ranging. in age front .' "

. the country of their adoption. He is some means by' which an advisory I "White! of South Carolina. The CHARGES AGAINST INDEPENDENCE run to and from Fort Barrancas each behind him three t twelve years."A thig' 'oJ'
also the author of biographies of M. council can cooperate with them. A rnanageinent of the play will tomorrow day. One will leave the city at 7:15a Finally he decided to see who II large bathing house"about
'5L Noah and Commodore Uriah P. meeting of the committee will be heldon I seek an injunction restraining ,LEAGUE FELL ; m. and returning leave Fort Barrancas was following him and -stopped Ic I time and about three hundred fee:\ i,
to the southeast 'of the station, >Hgaai i ;
Levey. He has been prominent in the November 25th. I the mayor from interfering. at 8 a. m. The other will leave light a cigar. The man overtook him,,,'i:
THROUGH. and returning and as the two started walking again washing away and soon disappeared.!
at 3:50 m.
the city
B'sal p.
B'rith, and has twice served as I. at' .
still increased until
The storm
he asked Mr, Klein if he objected to
JAP DEFICIENTIN PAYMENT leave Fort Barrancas,at 5:10 p. mCONGRESS "
Its President As a philanthropist he ESCAPED ,
him walking' along, and to this Mr.I about 10 p. m.. the raging waters began "
has been very prominent. He found- By Associated Press.New to make- clean breach across!
a
HIS STUDIES HEAVY TAXESBy 23.-At conclusion of Klein responded( that he didn't care :
td that Atlanta Hebrew York, Oct.
Orphan'sIlorpe the Island. Between the hours of 11
WILL In this manner they continued out !
of charges
and has been its Presidentfrom grand jury investigation i Government street. Mr. Klein all the midnight and I a. In.. of the 27th alf
the Tammany i
its founding.: By personal appeals Bv Associated: Press. Associated Press. made by Charles Murphy Hall time endeavoring to catch a glimpse: the people including crew, managed;
) he raised 5150,000 for its build- 'Was::t'nnn: .Ctet.: 23. Inquiry at ?Chicago, Oct. 23.-It Is claimed by leader, that Tammany held for cash can DEMOCRATICIIS of tilt party'who was with him but to get to and in the surf boat The r

Ings and twice toured the country the navy department to-day broughtout Judge Fleming and'J-. Duffy representing didates t\l been up of the BE without success.: Finally when they,I wind was blowing a hurricane and th;,
to raise money for the Roumalnian a statement that the sole reason Corporation'Counsel' J. considerations by managers reached a point near one of the flying water, blinding rain and wet-

it announced
Mission.! He conceived", the projectcf I for the resignation of Japanese Midshipmen I l Hamilton Lewis, that some eight billion Independence League the, charges was had bridges crossing the street the party: sand making It Impossible to see this*

holding a meeting here on the : Kit'.gakl from the Naval' dollars of railroad property'- 1aYthat completely The official PREDICTION OF W. J. BRYANIN who had been walking somewhat behind station building, only about 150 yard
hZihinel: outrages, and arranged the Academy was that he was deficientIn I caped assessment at the hands of the fallen through declared that the stepped In front of Mr. Klein distant"About .
celebrated meeting with President studies. The facts as reported by state board of equalization during'the announcement LETTER 'TO: CHAIRMAN and told him to hand over his money. 2 a. HL, a crash was heard '

Kocsevelt and Secretary Hay. He Is : the superintendent of the academyto past twenty years owing to the failure charges were merely*would campaign not dignify gossip He made no .show of a revolver and caused by the station lookout having; .
Scottish Rite Mason. He has long tbe department were communca- I of the board to include the indebtedness and the grand jury GR1CGS. made the demand in a very cool and blown off. At this time the boat was
been prominent here as a business :ted to 'the Japanece"5 embassy with of the railroads in the the proceedings by making a present- calm manner. I riding to her anchor and a heavjl
result of its inquiry.
nan.: being connected with several the result that the 'young. man was capital stock of roads, which they allege ment as a Mr. Klein had been expected this grapnel, which held on. Soon aftef
banks. requested to resign.Important. I[ should be done according to law. IN By Associated Press. and was prepared for it. His knlfj this large masses of wreckage began
MINE STRIKE Washington, Oct. 23.-'In a letterto was open In his hand, and this he I sweeping by the surfboat showing .
PRUSSIA IS NEARBy Chairman Griggs of the Democratic : plunged Into the neck of the would-be that the station had collapsed and It -

ACTRESS congressional committee W. J- Bryan -: highwayman, who fell to the ground; required the best efforts of the crew* ;
ROBBED ,Dciic.o jpments in, Associated Press. says and was given a couple of kicks. Mr. f with boat hooks and oars to steer ,
I ; Essen Prussia Oct. 23.-Mine own. ""The Indications are- that we shall Klein then started at a fast pace fo:. same away to prevent the staving of
OF IMMENSE i ers have replied to the demand of have the next congress and then our his home, and later reported the mat the boat which was the only means!
SUM ,4 lin_ Investigationby the miners for higher wages that the Democratic house can send to the ter to the police. of saving the lives of the sixteenpersons
owners cannot recognize the 'mIners'committee senate remedial measures and join lie is satisfied that he badly wounded that it contained. Everyone was

I I as being the representativeof issues with, the republicans if they re- the man, and was afraid that he drenched and cold. The women and
'ANNA HELD RELIEVED OF HER By Associated ?..... grain dealers to boycott board of all the miners employed. This fuse to adept them. The republicans had killed him. His hand was covered children were protected as far as ."., t
Kansas City Oct.23.-Evidence of favoritism trade members who might buy-from brings the threatened strike of two leaders are so under the control of with blood, as well as the knife possible by wrapping them In two
JEWELS AND MONEY ON A to the' manager of the Kansas hundred and twenty thousand miners predatory wealth that they will not which he nst d as a weapon: of defense large blankets and the taupanlina. The
Milwaukee farmers and others against whom the boat road to her anchor with '
I I City elevators ofthe Chicago appreciably nearer. support the president when he attempts surf :
PENNSYLVANIA TRAIN. and St Paul Railway In re association Issued orders, were some to secure reformCOMMITTft ." KILLED AN ACTRESS that fearful wind and sea splendidly, 11
duced grain rates: the existence, of a of the points brought out here todayat ANNUAL CONVENTIONOF buoyant and safe. !
rule in the Kansas City board of trade the hearing by the Interstate com- LIFE UNDERWRITERSBy I FOR HER JEWELSBy "As daylight began breaking the '1

By Associated Press I threatening members with'suspension merce commission.. W. Shields, OFPOLICYHOLDERS wind had veered to the southeast and t tit ,
Press.
Cleveland: Ohio, Oct. 23.-The Ohio for dealing with irregular,graIn men; the elevator agent of the Chicago, St. Louis Associated Oct. 23.-About two hundred -. I I Chicago, Oct Associated 23.-Edward Press.E. Nlctf- was thought best to run the boat :,
Police and detectives are working a combination-of members of that organization Milwaukee and St Paul proved an when the before it The anchor was tripped ,
diligently to discovery the whereabouts !' to fix, prices and threats important witness to-day. convention delegates of were the Life present Underwriters I I !:Dlas Into, a theatrical custody by agent.the 'police who:was during taken and with drouge out at her stern,-with

of one hundred and fifty thou- called to order by the assistance of two quartering oars
Association was : an investigation Into the death
6 m.i dollars worth of .jewelry which! of Pittsburg. After I of the start was made across the bay ,
Anna Held, the actress reported was! President Scovell biro Margaret Leslie an actress, towards the woods and while the }
: A. Hatchings Leavesfor addresses of welcome President who found dead in
stolen from her on a Pennsylvania' Supt. W. delivered his annual address. By Associated Press. was a room at sea was runningvery high and wind '
train this morning. i Scovell were made by G. New York Oct 23;- The Intern the Palace Hotel, confessed late today but little decreased, the Monomoyboat < Other addresses 'murdered
The gems were in a hand satchel of the life underwriters Policyholders Committee today that he Mrs. Leslie with its living freight made tha
Home in GalvestoriSupt. tional
His H. Allen, president and stole her
diamonds which
with six thousand dollars In money of Canada and Young E.- Allison obtained an order from Justice fish were trip safely, landing on high groundnear
worth fifteen
and Insurance hundred dollars Woolsey. Three seas were:
York Life
papers etcvalaea at one hun.'lred > of Louisville Ky. The annual report -off requiring the New
\ thousands -- Us directorsto shipped during the trip. All hands,
by :Miss Held. of Secretary Clark showed a Company' and --.
The| police were at first Incredulous W. A., Hutchings, of the lifesaving thin Broadbent and crew temporarily Increase in membership by the show cause, on four counts why' after securing the boat walked to the
but Is are now convinced that the story service, who has been In Pen- housed in the city. Within forty-eight large organization of the Underwriters Association an injunction should not be granted' RESUME PEACENEGOTIATIONS navy yard, some two miles, asked for

trroe: and that the robtiery: was coin sacola since shortly, after the hurri-hours after his arrival he ha* established of Canada last June. restraining, the defendants from carrying and received shelter at the hospital
remained until the 29th! ,
Witted cal, left last night for his home in temporary quarters for the on a campaign for the election where we
business crew on the Island and ticket" at the when with boat proceeded to Pensa
Galveston,having completed his now three of an "administration
:SIGN TEMPERATUREOF cola and telegraphed report of the f.
ARTICLESTO here is establishing temporary small buildings have been erected out expense of the policy holders. '
disaster to Washington and the district "
life of drift wood and 73 DEGREES
quarters for the Santa' Rosa save wreckage whichare t
FIGHT IN JAN. and selecting:a'site for the serving the purpose of quarters. Russian Elections. By Associated PresS: superintendent }
ing crew Washington Oct. 23.-Advices received The transcripts are being made cot.'ring ;'
Oct- -As a re- -
of the temperature yesterday Petersburg
St
to 'take the place Captain Hutchins In The maximum
station company with
new $
Associated Press. conferences the to-night are to the .effect that the whole time from Sept 23rd. -
Sewyf Terry McGovern and one destroyed by ,the ,hurricane. Keeper Broadbent,'also selected whatis according to weather bureau records gult of recent decided tentatively government on De- negotiations for peace between state excepting, the reading of the thermometer 't a:
1 while
at has
!Young Corbett met here today and Superintendent Hutchings accomplished thought to be a most desirablesite was 73 degrees p.64 m. cember 30 as the date for holding Und rebel forces in the neighborhood barometer, passing Teasels, ,' 't f
registered degreesat -
,e latter announced that thev had much work 4win his stay In for the new station which lie the minimum for members of the new parliament at Monte Christ, Santo Domingo etc..'
hat tgn M ?articles* to fight during the Pensacola. He left Galveston imme- recommended be erected and If his 5 a. m. Last year temperature on the same was elections As far as possible the elections > whIch were recently broken off have "Resoectft ily, -/

week in January. ,The scene of diately upon receiving_ notification recommendations are followed the date the" maximum *.* will be held simultaneously been resumed with every prospect of < "ROBT.. BROADBENT .
the. battle is to be' local station had been destroyed new quarters and equipment Till be 70 degrees and the mini d0- / Santa-Rosa.. StatlQILj *
where the biggest that the throngbpnt.the .empire __ _._ access.,. -. .- ., K11eDer: S. .
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r{ T Whether It li of the nose,throat,ttomaeh, ; .Itf Mr. T. M. Dorwm, a

bowel,or more delicate organ,catarrh: la AMUSEMENTS j I IAF prominent citizen
.'always debilitating and should never tan of 1 1 i iScene Of
N.
attention.It Syracuse, Y., sayj

THE 0. S.sr. S.5 ;trsne" It when a dlscnargo kept m from.state the ol mucous fY'IfI.1fttfoD mem .....................................................................,.,........ Jla1t' \
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by an Impure, commonly scrofulous coo, Whiskey is the best

ditlon,ol the_bloodHood's ._ <
tonic of the
: I age and

NAVY Sarsaparilla ttrj trusts that it will help

Care! aU forme of catarrh, radically 'and a others as it has helped

permanently, removes the cause and *
overcomes all UK effect, Get Hood's.. .4 him.
New Orders That Have Been "I now comply with your

Issued' to Officers By 'Y..".<-, and send photo. I have taken request TOW

Just Received. Malt Whiskey and consider it
N on
Department. Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cheeses 1.: > :<,,. of the best tonics of the I
i Dill,Pickles, Sauer Kraut. Mackerel CodFish 55 J : __ "' ; : '' age. A,
ptgs 'Feet, Spanish Onions. Pilot k N w M __ I Y. has helped me I trust it win heb
Bread.and French new. Navy Bread. Everythingfresh \' r others and highly recommend its USe

Special to The Journal. Witch Hazel $1.00'per gallon. awr S to my many friends--T.3 .
Washington. Oct K.-The following Marine Grocery Company. ci k DORWIN, 101 Woodland Ave
orders have been issued to officers of V. J. VIDAL, Manager. Syracuse, N. Y., July 2nd 1906. ,
the United States navy: 3.
Rear Admiral-W. H. Everett,
placed on the retired list. I / > Duffy's Pure
Commander. H. Leonard Jr., GULF CITY COFFEE CO., S : i .
detached Boston yard and ordered .
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. S Y, r ySo,, isYf -
( : home.Lieutenant Commanders S. Roasters, Blenders and Shippers of ____ 4 Malt Whiskey

Thompson given adidtional duty as !'\ T
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executive officer of the Prairie; J. Fine CoffeesOUR MR. T. M. DORWIN.If .

R. Y. Blakely commission anounced; COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL < we.NZ Rr;. you wish to lecu strong and and have on your cheeks the glow cgpe,
:W.' A. Gill ordered to duty as Inspector -
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL feet health, take Dttays Pure Malt Whiskey regularly,according to durcnonssano d tall
of ordnance at of :Midvale
: works
: I other medicine. It is dangerous to fill ,your system WIth Chugs; they poiqttI !
Steel a,. Nov. 1 C.
; a. Morgan; given T
x C at=p't I body and depress the bean while Daffy*
additional duty as inspector of Paymasters T. Hagner commis- and strengthens !
; Pine Malt Whiskey tones ARE le
ordnance at Union Iron Works; J. sion announced; R. H. Orr detached I the heart action and purifies the entire (
A. Dougherty detached the Alabama duty laS general storekeeper, League I It is a food already digested. It i*
ordered to office of Naval,Intelligence. system. G
end Island yard and ordered to duty in medicine,
the only whiskey recognized as a
charge of Navy, Pay O'mce.Seattle. .t, and contains no fusel oiL This is a guarantee. AO
Lieutenants T. Fitzgerald detached -' Washington.. .M Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood y l
the Columbia and ordered to' 'IFfcymaster Clerks-F.' E. Water T: '
for andhasalriys
h
tevtre tests fifty yean
n
New York D. W. Knox detachedto ordered to duty in connection
yard; house -4- been found absolutely pure and to contain 6p
duty as inspector of ordnance at with the settlement of the accountsof medicinal properties. C ;
I' great
Bliss Company's works and orderedto the gunboats at Naval Station
Naval Torpedo Station Newport Cavite; H. B. CUrtis' ordered to the CAtmON'W1tea' y m ask roar drankt or

R. IL; H. T. Winston detached the Chattanooga; T. Dunn ordered to the *grocer w*yea tor get Daffy'tb* 'a mala Par*.Malt lt' Whtekey...kteo-M
Charleston and ordered to the Columbia Naval Station Honolulu T. H.; F. E. lately pare medicinal whiskey tDs.ad is old
; V. A. Kimberly, detached dutyat Shute ordered to Naval Station To- only l a Mated tHrtUe-or.r In ]balk. Look A
works of Schenectady General tuila,,Samoa; ,C. A. Holloway assign in "The Player Maid" To-Night At the Opera House.The tor the tlM Ubel.trade-mark and woks, the tin"OM tie ChemUt.tell ever"th oa. D
Electric Company and ordered to duty, ed to duty onJorkto\ra revoked; S. cork Is nbrokca. Price '1.00Medical OE _
as assistant to inspector of ordnance B. Vangh ordere to,the Yorktown. Player Maid To-night direction of R. A. Roberts and Elliott Saturday afternoon and next Saturday booklet od. doctors advice free. Daffy Malt. -
Bridgeport, Conn; K. G. Caatleman Assistant Engineer- The Dexter. evening in Anna Held's costly
in
story of "The Player Maid,
assistant to Inspector of ordnance at retired detached the Enterprise and "
production of "The Little Duchess. Ec
works of BUss Company; R., S. Don f ordered home.GunnerL which Miss Florence Davis will ap, "Sargeant Kitty." t Her company numbers fifty, and in- N. COLORING DISTRIBUTER:
!las ordered to the Texas; C. S. Galbraith Wilbur ordered to the pear at the opera house to-night deals Those who contemplate a visit to cludes many names that are well v.m .
ordered to duty as inspector Pensacola.. with Eleanor HaRam, a famous actress the opera house Friday night on the known in comic opera and musical
of ordnance at works of Cramp ,and Warrant Machtnl ts4RG..' Van in the time of David Garrick. occasion ofSargeant\ Kitty" will comedy m DRINK BOTTLED
Son; E. Winship, detached Union Ness ordered to the Columbia; A. She is called upon to impersonate a probably be interested to know what The origina) ,libretto! !h by r Harry B.
!Iron Wbrk s and granted three Skinner ordered home and placed on beautiful young heiress, m order to other people say about the attraction Smith who may be reckoned as ... r-t
months' leave; D.-M. Wood orderedto waiting ,orders.ChaplainsW.. frustrate the schemes 'of an avariciousold .therefore The Journal reproduces a America's! most successful> librettist
Norfolk yard; J. P. Jackson or- G. Cassard ordered guardian, who seeks to inveigle ,criticism from the Birmingham Age-i t has been* reconstructed :and adaptedto o 0 "
dered to the Lancaster. to Naval Training Station, Newport, his ward into an uncongenial' mar- Herald the new. star, while Reginald de (k/r1Y
Ensigns-:M. M. Frucht ordered to ILL riage. ;While she accepts the mission "Helen Byron in "Sargeant Kitty" Koven's musical -score has been enriched o d a'a
the Georgia; C. S. Joyce ordered to ostensibly to accommodate this young I'appeared at the Jefferson theatre yes by interpolations. of the popu- Q
the St. Louis.MidshipmenA. A Most Worthy Article. lady, she does so really in a spirit'of teyday'afternoonand; : ; last night, "giv- ;lar sort s V
A. Baker's resignation When an article has been on the '' reckless: audaciousness and love of ing two most enjoyabla performances re
accepted; J. H. Hoover, R. A. market, for years and gains friends 'I' adventure, and also in order to punish There are no'comic operas more'tune j 1 I Julian Walker Song Recital
Theob old. C. A. Dunn C. O. Bassett every year, it ,Is safe to call this the handsome young galant who I ful and dainty than "Sergeant Kitty. i i! Those ,*{ho !bad_ the pleasure of 6 S Before drinking, see. that you ,
and C. G. Davy' ordered to the medicine a worthy one. Such is Hal- is the intended bridegroom for his It is all that could be desired in that hearing Mr. Julian Walker last May.
Chicago: W. P. Gaddis detached the lard's Horehound Svrup. It positively contemptuous ,Indifference in refus- style of entertainment, The music and a great many ,did not have the the GENUINE. A word =
Maine and ordered to'the Worden; A, cures coughs anY all Pulmonary ing to meet her. is pretty exceptionally so- .and the opportunity will be pleased to learn S '0 h 0 get
S. Rees detached the Alabama and ordered dIseases. One of the best known mer- AS the supposed heiress she is re theme one of marked interest' ./Then, that a subscription for tickets is be
to the Eagle. chants in Mobile, Ala., says: ceived with open arms to the ances- too. costumes and appropriate stage I ing circulated In order to guaranteethe to the wise is sufficient
Medical Directors-J. (X Boyd or- "For five years my family has not tral home. This welcome however settings, must liOt be overlooked. :, expense of having him to sing o 0
dered to duty in command of the been troubled with the winter coughswe Is soon turned to consternation by "Helen Byronj the prima donna, 'here again during the coming month.
Naval Medical School' Washington, owe this to Ballard's Horehound her peculiar and eccentric behavior James MtiEShdrn" the leading comedian Mr. Walker will be on his annual Works ; at,
D. C. Syrup. I know it has saved my children which scandalizes the staid old house- and ,6 frsteraJ- other membersof southern tour during November, and ttygeia Bottling .
Surgeons W. C. Braister orderedto from many sick spells. hold. Complications upon compUtations the company who were seen here if the subscription warrants he will
the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery ensue, producing some of the last year tookpart Miss Byron is appear here assisted by one of the 7-24 E. Chase Street. Phone 587. flu
; : A. C. H. Russell ordered to the SUNDAY LIQUOR SELLING most excrusiatingly funny situations, a. winsome figure ,as the sergeant leading violonistg of New Orleans ---0 \t1l
Naval Medical School with addition CASES WERE CONTINUED during which Miss Pavis portrays: She sings s'Peofstage : andhas a : rare and )Ir. Ferdinand Dunkley one of .... ... h
duty as member of Naval Medical presence, which is enhanced by the best musicians in the south, who
Board. The cases of Jerry Williams, colored never her sprightllnes and the charming will play the ,accompaniments. Mr. tosc
Passed Assistant Surgeons-J. P. keeper of a saloon on Tarragona tives. role which is hers In the part. "Sergeant Walker has had many flattering successes -
DeBruler, F. S. W. Dean J. D. Man- street and his bartender, both charged The scenes are in the drawing room Kitty" has been seen here several since-he was heard here havIng THE BIG STORE
chester, W. W. Verner, W. H. Ren- with selling liquor on Sunday, who and on the stage of the Drury Lane times, but is always welcome.No appeared in concerts with Nordica 2 1..i 1. w
nie J. S. Woodward and F. G. Abe- were arrested upon information obtained Theatre the drawing room terrace more attractive musical show Schumann Heink, Kubelik, and
ken commissions announced. by Special Officer Kelly, were and ball room of an old ancestral could be offered theatregoers. other world famous artists as wellas F
Assistant Surgeons-iD. H. Castro continued in the recorder's court yes- (English castle, and are of great bean '- having been soloist with some of of
and M. Donelson appointed. terday morning. ty while the period affords great plc- The Uttle Duchess the leading orchestras In the North. i 31
Pay Inspector E. D. Ryan orderedto One witness was absent whose testimony turesqueness in the costuming.The ,Countess Olga: von Hatzfeldt will The Pensacola opera house shouldbe
the Chicago as pay officer of the 'was desired, so it was decided production is staged under the be seen at the !local opera house, next full to greet him on this occasion. I
vessel and paymaster of the Pacific to postpone the case until .i i
Squaron T. H. Hicks ordered home. Thursday morning; I We have just received TQ


1 I I The following New Suits new suits Filed were.filed'1 I I COTTON DALE I: i 4 a big shipment of the i Z ot

I x DeFUNIAK yesterday in the office of the clerk of

the circuit court: Celebrated : Gi
Thos. C. Watson & Co.,- vs Bertha
I Kcinberg damages $1.000; J. E. D. Journal. :
Special to The
t i "DU1CHESS"
Rest Special to The Journal. Yonge plaintiffs.and Blount & Blount attorneysfor Cottondale, Oct. 23.our'town is ('iIL
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Morris Piln.an Brown vs. Ella Brown bill; still booming. People are coming Trousers j

; Stomach turned from .a three months' :visit I for divorce; E. T. Davis solicitor for' every day prospecting and several I tI
the to Indiana. complainant lots have been sold to parties who an- I I The INlse Men Jlr

Dr. Landrum left Wednesday for Ellen Harris vs. Will Harris bill ticipate making their home with us. r the only trousers with S
for divorce C. H. Alston, solicitor for eo..a.ew a
his annual fall visit to'New Orleans. ; I attended the
A few of people I
Nothing.will relieve'indigestion that :,.., Among the attractions of the fair complainant our :. t h.: b
r.doesn't commencing on the 31st of this Joseph Weeks vs. Liza Weeks, bill West Florida Baptist Association at
". digest the food* Itself and 'give. month will be an entertainment on for divorce; C. H. Alston solicitor the Oakley Ridge Baptist church last a button-$1.00 a npWM. : t
the stomach perfect 'rest. n i /Wednesday evening for the benefit for complainantLiza Sunday. They report a ;ood time f !
Lee vs. Philip Lee bill for dl They sUft* the ww taA Uv Z
: church and on Friday
You can't reasonably expect that : of the Baptist ; generally.
evening' at the Tabernacle will be vorce; C. H. Alston solicitor for complainant the sit-doss od *-R atrS15.
Good of corn and hay have
weak stomach will regain its crops
any given a farce comedy entitled "AllA been harvested in this section.
strength and stet well when it is Mistake" assisted by a chorus of Mr.. T. R. Holliday WIll have his !
'
t compelled to do the full- work that' a SO voices,church.for the benefit of the Presbyterian week.sugar cane made into syrup t next !

z sound stomach should do. Messrs. Downs and Austin returned The recent storm did considerable

You wouldn't expect a sick horse they from report Kentucky lots of Wednesday snow. where i damage this section.to open cotton in the fieldsin JOHNSON & soNiA

to get well when it is compelled to do a Mrs. D. Banfil went to Bonifay Sat. Some of our farmers have not had -u 't

full day's work every day of the week.. urday to visit Mrs. Cox for a few Drink Pabst Beer their cotton fields picked over the ..............................................1NN1r
first time this season and are paying {
Your stomach must have rest days.Miss' Von Fuchs left Friday for a With Your MealsIt 50 to '90 cents per hundred to cave -

But it isn't necessary to starve yourself visit with friends at Buffalo and New food cotton gathered.We ,BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY tt
'/If' is rich in the '
York. had quite a 'fire last Saturday W. T. BED WELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. 1
in order ,to rest your stomach. DeFuniak is soon to have a football elements of Pabst exclu- morning when the store of Bowls & "Prepared to do all electrical repairtor on short notice nine phone 59 aM B t
.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect team. sive eight day malt and Co., was discovered ablaze; about i representative wail tall W. T. BWwelL President and Manager, 201 S Be !a>
of street.
Mrs. Quarterman Is visiting relatives the tonic properties o'clock a. m. The general supposl
ditfestant It will digest all of the food in this city. choicest hops. It nour- lion Is that the fire originated on .1 1't
Woman's Town Improvement ishes the whole body. the Inside of the either froma
5 you eat regardless of the condition of The Pabst malt building
Association hag secured Mr. Plank's eight-day cigar stub caic'cssly thrown down JU.
your stomach. office as a rest room for women during gets all the good out of while burning, or matches which G. DeSILVA J
the beer. & COMPANY
the Gulf Coast Fair. They will the barley into burned slowly until they set the build. .

S.' Kodol I IDyspepsi'a I. decorate and make it attractive as ing on fire. The stock of merchandise tf
well as comfortable for those who. Pabst amounting to ,$2,500 was totally destroyed Er

wish to avail themselves of this BlueRibboa Besides the stock of merchandise Can fill I orders for lumber sash, doors, window ;
thoughtful courtesy: extended by the there! was about three hun.
Cure) d T. L A.Aato. dred dollars in cash in. the store and Glass and all material. I
value
has highest food this was ,also lost Most of the silver
because made from Pabst is a molten mass while some can be We won't.be: able to make special work
For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour For the Commtrr ptm. eight-day malt This used Bowles 1
again. & Co.. had only :
Automobiles for rural free delivery together with many exclusive $750.00 insurance on the entire stock. for. a few days. Send your orders. W
Stomach Flatulence Headache Water .
: routes Is the latest advice from the features of the ,

Brash Belching of Gas,Nausea Gastritis, postoffice department, according to the Pabst brewing process, DEMONSTRATIONOF J

I Heartburn and all troubles arising Technical World Magazine. Not only low gives flavor it that found rich,in mel no GRAY ENGINEWalter Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.Lumber .
general issued an e
has the postmaster)
; other beer.
and non-assimilation '
from indigestion the of automobiles -
",. order permitting use Pabst Blue Ribbon Hooton yesterday deceiveda
r of the food. and motor cycles ,in rural moil: Beer is always pure and two cylinder, eight horse power
but the government has lately health- Gray the first of -.AI
service, clean the most motor three ordered
X had dyspepsia in its worst form; WM reduced conducted a series of trials with an ful beer and the best to recently for customers In this city,
in wdht to 118 peunds. After using two automobile designed and constructed drink. It is the beer for and the machine will be in operationall
and one-half bottles of Kodol, gas completely specially for this clan of postal work. your family to drink- of today at his place of businesson in. a Hurry for Repairs
cured and restored to my usual weight of 143 The new machine U built for hill the beer to keep on hand Intendenda street near Palafox.
in your home. The Gray motor is one of the sim- h-
pounds. Jr LUTHER JOHNSON climbing and country road Berrtce. In plest and at the same time most reliable .\Vhenj' ; you c want lumber for repairs, you wan'
claimedto '
Cleburne Tex; hill climbing power the car is and economical marine engineson
exceed any other motor car mami- the market Its cost Is small, compared it in5a hurry. You can rest assured that your lumber -

KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU-EAT actnred, regardless of horsepower or with that of other .engines, but will ''he. Jf delivered promptly if ordered from tht
official test it notwithstanding this fact it is
In recent high
MU.r+rrf MAKES THE tne a u w tae- weight a I
en.iKw.: t r i: : STOMACH ewcsr, i.r_ climbed a grade of tbMy-two: degrees I grade. < throughout and fully guaranteed -

and with two passengers mounted a j .. A. CTUEDHAJT P....,111
Mr. Hooton has secured
., grade of twenty-two degrees on the 600 reverse ,I 831 .. Palafox Street for,the :Gray motors and the would agency be Sounders: ,Mill Company,
weighs
The machine
\ : pounds gear.and Is.furnished,to carriers at Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer glad call today to have and aee.the'everybody. engine'Interested in operation 'Pbo0. :717. >. 21 Cut Garden Street.'

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I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING,_ OCTOBER. 1906. r
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I"- NEGRO MANt AND ,"The Bests, .. What We"-Sell" ;---- : / --

. HIGH SCHDQLTO SHIPWRECKED T Pu9iwea

-n- ;Our.Sre1you '. ; : j jr :



1f 1t backin WifE- :WERE S Have You Tooth Sweet' PlAY. MOBilE- 'MEN'' SAfELY -


see on your

t a three-ply mirror We can fill that tooth to a taste -


I sizing the clothes for purchase.you are ::<,:SHnr" .,' with Menler's the line Mixed bf Candies Chocolate we sell.or. TEAM. .:', '. : ;:' :;' LANDED S : ; i
up "
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Bon-Bons, 1 lb. box...,..,6Oc .: 1
They have got to fit -\::: ... Menie :.. < I I- "
's Mixed Chocolate or ,
1t you and look right in Some:One Ftr d Upon Them ,Bon-Bons: half! lb.. box...35c Game Arranged for November -! Terrible Experience of Men / ,- -. :

your eyes and in ours, Princess,Sweets (mixed), 1 Ib.

too, or you don't take From Ambush As They box SOc-: 10, Other:',Games Blown., to Sea During
'Princess Sweets mixed half
t, ( ) -
. them., If you buy :"Returned.. .. from Ib. box,..-..,........-..olh...25c Also Arranged.The Hurricane.

., them, they've got i Choc la e B.lsCUlts.. per ,box.,;,25c '" .
Church.
) the Stein-Bloch label '. Chocolate Creams,.Chocolate: Wintergreens -
; Chocolate Pepper first football game of the sea Six fishermen, who were blown to ;
under the flap'behind mints Chocolate' Marshmallows son in which a local team is to participate -
sea during"th r cent hurricane on
.>A. report reached the'.CltY-l Bt night is to occur on November 10.
collar andmany
the to tell : other kinds at
you by : the East Coast and rescued: by the
. telephone from Escambia to the 10 cents box., when the eleven representing the!
they are made right, effect that a negro named Jim Wiggins The sweetest,per line of Pensacola High School will play the j oil steamer. A. T.. Lucas_ being: subSequently .SHOE.FO .
and his wife had'-been fired upon Chocolatesand Mobile Military Institute. This game landed at Jacksonville, hada
of wool Mm
and .
pure will from a.m.busnby unknown :*parties, Bon-Bons In the city In has just been arranged and the locals' terrible.' experience' which one of
wear. and that the woman had received bulk at'40'cent per pound.;: are',now at work perfecting their team i the men related to a,reporter for the $32 .TOK22 J I Il

wounds from which it. Is feared.'.she play and strengthening every point at, Jacksonville'Times-Union,,as follows: I
A pretty fair prop- would die. 01' SIt which they are weak and Jf.they do: "Wfe were anchored at Cape Florida::

, osition from start to was stated',that "Wiggins and his not win from the Mobile boys the: when ,the first hard: blow 'came up. The "Friedman
wife had been attending church and Rosenau&GereldsTHE : game will be at least oiry 'conteSted.i The house-boat; that we- ,were on was
finish, don't you were; returning home early in the Another game which has been arranged -! our living.quarters-and we would run LECTURE

think. night. They ha* iust entered their FANCY ,GROCERS, in which this ,team will participate -, out from there la small boats to the I don't want any Members !
t'I yard when some 'one secreted In' the is scheduled for Thanksgivingday mackerel fishing grounds. "
bustes nearby fired a charge from a when they will meet the Pensacola "Thursday morning at 6 o'clock the CLUB" to lose their"Soles.
.. SUITS $15 $35 I shotgun at one or both, and the woman I 116 I "-SOUTH'.PALAFOX ST. Classical School eleven, another local first blow came and it was a fierce them on to .the Upper. The :
to received wounds from which it team which Is working hard and will one, I tell you. Before our houseboat ,
I Leather which is first
Is feared she will die., While ,the Phone391J. put an .exceptionally strong team in commenced to drag anchor, one of sewed on
man was wounded,. his injuries 'were the field for the season. I the smaller boats which was,anchor the Sole is then joined. This is
reported as not bein as serious as Both of these games are expected' ed behind us; was blown' out ,of the using heavy waxed linenThread
to be contested and hard
those of the woman. closely water ,turned over and ,fell bottom .
fLOTHINGTO. The telephone message was received fought, as the teams are about even. side upwards and sank. and much more even than the ;:
STANDARD J. E: CONCANNON & CO. ly balanced in'weight. and playing
VBUILDING U... at the county jail, and it, was,stated strength. "We then commenced to realize few Shoemakers in thi Country
that the party firing'the shot had Are Selling that there, was some danger so webusied
not been captured nor was anyone Other games'are being arranged by ourselves: In making the houseboat work,but: I always manage to get
of the Pensacola
Nice'Y 'llo'wYam the management ,
suspected. Chief Deputy Sanders'left High School eleven, and' some good fast: ,We had hardly commenced "FRIEIJMAN STANDARD"
at once for the place to make an in:. this,work however before the house- *
Sweet Potatoes ..
: games are expected :on the gridiron'uring ATLANTIC .
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SCARRITT ,. boat : Sh- are
MORENO.SAFES vestigation. commenced to drag anchor and -
the season. wdt'fiWac. Let wur doiricr
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OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.. 25ca'peck: soon we were proceeding across the
Agent for Dlebold Safe and Lock Co.. bay at a fast rate, of speed absolutely -
Canton Ohio. also a fresh line of Sauer PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. helpless. '
Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. PAZO OINTMENT U- guaranteed to :
; PEACH AND PAR Kraut Limburger Cheese cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleedingor "Before we were dashed to pieces,
: Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days, or! however the wind d.ed out and we
SOMETHING NEW Pig's Feet,',Sp ie Ribs, Tennessee money refunded. SOc. I thought we were all safe and. sound MAKER

(fold-filled! Beauty Pins 25 and 30c Hens and arriv- when another gale cams up from the Gm.v f
per pair Eggs I
Good, durable Suits for northwest, which was greater in force
VI/. A. Gahlenbeck, 21$ S. Palafoi St. ing daily. will than the first one. This gale took us '..
TREES ARE IN Boys, at prices that on through the outlet and into the SORE"m

make you feel generous.All I open sea. We were perfectly helpless ? l
COTTRELL, there being no'tow boats or any-
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. this week on sale at thing, In sight to aid us and all of

Pensacola. Fla. CITY MARSHAL L TO Watson, Parker & ReeseCompany's. our small boats had been left 'behind '
BLOOM with the exception 'of one small

TURTON A.: BELL. boat us helpless., which was disabled. This left ViM1 !
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE: 1810.koin I
bupplie! Hnlshinj tor,.'ute III'L .NIght came on and we commencedto
BE NAMED think that our chances for being
The Peculiar, Circumstance THE SALTMARSH 'slaved' were all gone. We sightedone
R. K. WHITE steamer but could not hail her.
%%afclimske,.Manufacturing Jeweler tad Graduate Is Attributed to This, of course, worked us np'to -
(Cptiuan. S. Paialox StroeU Pensacola. Fla. such an extent that we were almost S ;

The Storm__ TONIGHT ill
C CARRIES DIG houseboat"We had and some'we gasoline saturated aboard some the Our great Storm-Damage : I IIt

Tersely Told wood with this, struck matches to
Peach and pear trees In a numberof 'I It and threw them in the air. It was our store, corner of Palafox

iW. F. Graves, of DFuniak was places adjacent Pensacola. are The Mayor Will AnnounceHis by this method that the oil steamer,
among the business visitors in the in full bloom; and although ,winter is CARGO A. F. Lucas, Capt. B. Rubelli, sightedus We have a great many s -
theorchards resemblethe
approaching
ity yesterday. Appointment When and gave us a signal that she
spring of the year. This peculiar
would pick Yon imagine and call and
up. can be
us sell
W. H. so sure
Sturdivant, of Bamford, Ala., condition of affairs has been noticedfor ,
how the masterof
grateful we were to
ex-member of the Alabama legisla several days 'past in various sections Councill\feets.
ture, is in the city on a short pleasure but how far from Pensacolahas that steamer for the rescue. want to buy, you are always
. visit.. ., .. .. not been ascertained. Nearly Ten Thousand Balesof < Many Allies From Shore. '
When the Lucas sighted us we
Inspector J. J. Keeffe, of the customs Some attribute the blooming of the Marshal Schad's successor In officeis ware thirty-six miles ,out at sea off MEN'S SHOES
force, is enjoying a leave of ab- trees to the hurricane, but how the to be named to-night by Mayor Cotton Forms Part creek and ,
light the
Flowery house
i wind at hundred milesan Bliss and much Interest Is being : ,
blowing one
from duty of a'week
tence about
LADIES' SHOES :
the
waves were washing over deck
shown the friends of :
hour could cause this frea'-pj nature especially by
ii which he is spending about the city. of Her Load.The go fast that we expected to be
bas not yet been determined.But the various applicants for the posi-
iiI W. .D Owens, Jr., one of West it is nevertheless a fact that the tion. Who the mayor intends choosIng swamped most any time. BOYS' PANTS, -
Florida's prosperous naval stores fruit bearing trees are'in full bloom for the Impo.'.ant office has not "Wnen we were taken aboard the
operators spent yesterday in the city. ins many places in the city and also been intimated by him and although British steamer E. O. Salt- Lucas the !master Capt. R. Rubelli BOYS' SHOES,'
Mr. Owens is located at Warsaw in many sections adjacent thereto I many parties have called upon him marsh, which was bleared yesterdayby told us that it was only by accident
iiI \Vtashington county. and the trees have taken on life the since Marshal Schad announced his the Gulf Transit Company for Liverpool that we were rescued by him; that MEN'S SHIRTS :
; have all received the he was blown many mites out of his ,
thong resignation they
I The Ladies Benevolent Society of same as spring was- Just ap-; carries the most valuable cargo -
proaching. same treatment and answers. The course by the'storm and that we were '
Temple Beth-El l will hold this The MEN'S SUITS :
a special :mayor announced when the vacancy to leave this port season. not in the course of ocean steamers ,
meeting at the residence of Mrs. Max S S A HOMEMADE: RUG. first occurred that he would be big steamer's cargo1 consists princi-- when picked up. : -
I Klein o'clock.Thursday afternoon at 3:30 :pleased to hear suggestions as to the pally of cotton, and the total valuation "The master of the Lucas then took MEN'S'PANTS,
down his chart and showed that t
tt Is Economical, Quickly Made aa. most competent man for the office, reaches 1462,485. us
: The Guarantee Trust Company of Very Durable. but would not make any promises. The steamer arrived here shortly we were headed for the Baharri \ WHEELER & WILSON
Georgia. has opened an office in this Having' collected about The appointment will be announced after the storm, and gangs of men Immediately banks, where the water is shallow :
city with rooms in the BrenUbuild- twenty-five to-night when the regular meeting of and and where no vessels pass; that if
ling: :W. H:. Sutton i Is the southern pounds of flannel rags and having dyed the city council is,held. The name of while the number began of storing bales of cargo cotton is we had not have been rescued by hiu and ,everything at such a low t

i ,inspector of the company and has them the desired'shades,they must be the party chosen, will be sent tcr tbs not as large as anticipated, the cargois we would probably have gone on the
been here for some Jime in connection torn into strips about an inch wide, and council for approval, and' it is. slated nevertheless the largest to leave reefs, and all been killed. Don't forget the place-" ; 1
with the ompany's local buslcess. these must tie,neatly sewed together that Lot before then will it be. 'lown this port during the present season.It "We were rescued by the Lucas ;
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who is 7 and the
t to receive tlle'plum. bales of cotton 22 Friday morning at o'clock t
. consists of 9.050 ;
overlapping about half an inch so that of *""?
There are a number applicantsfor 156 sacksof masterof that steamer stated: t
of leaf tobacco, :
: Captain Hansen principal owner the joining is ,strong. Now procure a the position, and each has a large hogsheads shuttleblocks 70,000 ,superficialfeet he would communicate with t..e ,1
and former master of the Norwegianbark number of prominent friends anrl supporters wireless station to have a tug meetus
length' of clothesline and feet .
commence lumber, 50,000 pf
. rope of walnut J
Andrea, arrived here yesterdayfrom
. who are working in their in. .as he was en route to New York.
feet of pine "
to crochet the flannel oak lumber and 450,000
Farsund and will remain over the
Norway those
terests. Among prominently The master of the Lucas then commenced
: until after the litigation in rope. This i is:begun'in::the center like mentioned are Capt. W. H. Hutchinson -lumber., to' flash messages from the WM. :

i *hich his vessel is engaged on ac any, crochet wheel for a chair back.' A Capt. F. D. Sanders, Deputy ----- -- ship. He' tried to get St. Augustine

ii count of libeling the steamer Tugela.1s large wooden'crochet.hook may be ob'- Marshal M. B.. Frank Capt. Jos. USEFUL .DISCOVERIES.Are and at last be reported that he had _
brought to a close.. He will also Fondebilla, Mounted Officer Reed, been successfuL"The
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i assist Captain Qvale in arranging for tained from a, needlework shop. The Mounted Officer. Wilde Charles Villar, Not Always Startling, Neither Do ship was then headed for St.
: d'scharging! the cargo of the vessel, stitch of double crochet is used to cover and several others. They Greats the Most Talk. Johns bar and we were met by the

. making repairs and .reloading.The the rope with the crocheted flannel! It is not always the. greatest, most tug Admiral Dewey and safely landedat "THE BIG

: river steamer Eugene, which As jon go along the crochet is inserted For Klndllnr. startling discove- of. science that Mayport. :
Ten cents' worth of crude oil thor Thanks to Master.
. was left stranded on Baylen street into the,previous row. BO that the circle are most useful to ie human race.
. wharf by the storm has been repaired oughly mixed with half a bushel of Comparatively few people were directly "We were treated royally aboard '';1. T
. and preparations are being made grows with every pull the'of the needle.. sawdust win supply a satisfactory kindling interested in Herschel's finding the steamer Lucas by the master and ., ,
. r
In using two colors paler shade
. 'to launch her as soon as all of the for about three,months. Half a of the new planet Uranus but many the craw and we wish to return '
. repair work is completed. lAke the should be used'until the' circle Is abouta teacupful a piece of newspaper laid thousands have been benefitted by thanks to them .for rescuing us and Palafox Street Intendencia _
Captain Fritz the position of the: foot,across. Then use the darker on a square of tin will start any fire. Prof.' Unna's experiments, which taking care of us while aboard. at
steamer was such that repairs could shade until you hs.v .gone five times The mixture should be kept in a tin or proved beyond a question that Dan- "The steamer Lucas is a big oil '
b* easily made and when she Is i around the rug. Return again ,to the iron receptacle in dark druff and Baldness are the results of tank steamer and she had a large oil f"
a cool place.
launched she will be In good condi- paler color, repeating the alternate: the Inroads of a parasitic germ which barge in tow. She was bound fromiPort I
: colors until the flannel is all used.up Invades the roots of the hair. Arthur to New York and had S
t'onA Kitchen Sash Curtain been out eight days searching fora Post Card Albums
The discovery of the true cause of ;
.., force of workmen I is now engaged or the rug Is the desired size, leaving Attractive inexpensive sash curtainsfor baldness made Xewbro's barge which had gone adrift from ,
In pracing the Okoloosa, which shade at the: bf the Herpicide "
tug the darker edge
.: *" the kitchen may be made of scrim possible. Herpicide effectually kills another steamer several days ago.
was! driven far ashore and left on apl
: < of wreckage between Palafox anrt rug. _' or even cheesecloth either the pure the germ. Destroy the cause you're- Largest selection of the latest designs at all prices. -
Jefferson streets wharves, in good These rugs are economical to make, white or the soft; mellow tint whichIs move the effectFor Good, durable Suits for Assortment containing' many different designs.Ooo's 4

condition, and when this i is completeda I' and are feryj qulcklyv done and, are- just one remove from biscuit color sale by W. A. D'Alemberte Boys, at prices that 'will '! .
temporary railway will be built so among the.most desirable of any of the one way and Just one from white the druggist and apothecary 121 South <
as! to launch the tug Into the water. homemade rugs, as the rope makes such other ray, says the Chicago( Chronicle. Palafox street or send lOc in stamps make you _,feel generous.All Bool3u. StcxroNew ;i
The tug suffered considerable damage a hard, strong surface'before It is covered Lay hems,along! the front and bottom for sample to The Herpicide., Detroit this week on sale at

a big deal or piece of timber being with the flannel I,have had one an Inch to two inches wide and hem- Mich. I Ii Watson Parker & Reese Brent Building. Phone 235. 1,
,
driven into her hull.If for years in my hall, and as yet it Itltch in a very open way taking i "
shows no signs of wear and is good for enough threads in a stitch to make the Company's.RECORDER '

you want something better, get another fifteen! years.-Mabel Tuke drawn part quite open. Hemstitchlnj I IHere' LANEY HAS ,You will save money if ::1:1c ,

Elue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Ab- Prlestman In, Woman's Home Com In color adds to the effectiveness and 4000 BOOKS 4000 CASE UNDER ADVISEMENTThe you get some of these, veryspecial {
Mutely pure, go twice as far and the panion. if the work is done in wash silk :
or bargains. .
'Clue I ;
Ribbon Flavor" is of 5-
perfection. cotton the curtains be washed are some of the September and case of .J.M.Coe. manager S
Ask for the 25c size. may October books! the Pensacola opera house, charged .:0. White metal knives and !
The Forgetful Sanrlaa. repeatedly without any particular eare. "Th Leader," by Mary Billion author ordinances of the ,
of "In Old Bellaire," etc. I with violating the :J .
forks malaca plate over
OHCCCLATE DROPS SOLD A colored preacher took some candi- "Anthony Overman" by Miriam Mlch- city by giving a performance In the ---- =1 or
dates for immersion down to a river in Tucked Skirt Waists. elson, author of "In Bishop's Carriage"i house after notification that It was unsafe __ _: -J steel will outlast silver. Per '
TO J. W. BULLARD. Louisiana Seeing some alligators In A great many women who make their etc. A fine story of San Francisco before was called in the recorder's ,
the earthquake. 60c.
g the stream; one of them objected. own shirt waists experience consider- "The Incomplete Amorist," by E. Nes- court yesterday morning and arguments .. } set -
.I'
\The fine mare Chocolate Drops, "Why. brother,"' urged the pastor able difficulty In getting both sides of bit. Just out In book form. of counsel for the city and defendant .1.-,,, -. --.. ieapOoflSperSeL..1uC' I t --
\llch
has been Tonlo, Son of the Sierras by Gen. -
seen on a number of I heard. _..
Crases5;: on the local track, has been "can't you trust the Lord? He took toe waist tucker, alike. Either the King. An Army and Frontier story that! Recorder Laney then announcedthat 1rlora. ,, Table Spoons, per set. .20c

Jluthased by J.OW. Bullard and williproba'bly I care"of Jonah, didn't he rtoyaa.s. tucks will be a little narrow the space wilt/Jso be "Katrina.a great seller." ."Second Violin." "Sir he would take the case under _, Specials in fancy Oil Cloth :
be entered in the Horse I ." admitted the darky "but a between a little wider, or. In the-case John Constantine" "Mai Fargus." ""Bal advisement announcing his decision

Show next month. whale's dJflTrent A whale's got a of graduated tucks the length on one ance$1.50 and of Power 11.25:"mine.etc. $1 Publisher's.30 and tl.15.prices this morning. .,. for the balance of this month
The mare I Is pretty and stylish and mem'ry but ef one o',dem 'gators wus, side Will not correspond to the length Also Foster's Whist Manual. Foster's, only. We have a large line I'r-i;
the new owner has ordered a fine trap ter swaller dis nigger he'd Jes' go ter on the,other. Ready cut patterns have Complete Bridge. Elwelt on Bridge. i Good, durable Suits for .
ltd Uy: harness, which will arrive In the sleep darts, de sun an* fergit all 'bout perforations showing where and how Bridge Street's, U Whist to ILSO.HARRY Up. to Date. Ames' on i i Boys at prices that will _z-a of patterns to select from, 1;

I shortly. me."-Woman's Home.companion.Dsys1 the tacks should be placed, but-eveatino and if you come early you ,
-5--
feel .
I-- it to not a simple matter to',cor"- make you generous.All jI' can promise yourself a treat. ; 1-j

recflj gauge them. Uneven tucks wIn T. HOWLAND, this week on sale at Our Special Low Price 25c 'i
tI.,
A1LWCYS.Ilem pod fee effect of any waist no matter Watson Parker & Reese "
-"ft87
-. ;4 -' aso how expeaorre- the material, or lace Manager De Luna Book Store', THE BAZAAR 114.116E.WrightStJ; J J r
CoW"Oae8ay. .. used.ma1 be. De Luna St. Phone 149L Company' ,

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i! Ifi"HHH couldn't be otherwise if they 'wantedto. werexposed: by correspondent; I

We_agree ,with the Philadelphia mOre than one salary grab has been
'NEWS AND' ViEWS *, Ledger that there' is' already a'''peo frustrated, by the "people's lobby" in
hna3antnat *" FROM STATE PAPERS'. ple's lobby" in Washington, and, the press gallery it ,was a ,newspaper -E-ur5sT'
.45 most wide-awake and capable one. man who opened fire on the district -

fflH.t..H...... H...... It consists oM60 members who sit government under "Boss" Shepherd
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---- --- in
1 In I the press gallery and who represent -; : and which led to a change
_,t DAlLY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Little Things Count. and are paid by the leading: the, form 'of that government; the
Cultivate _the habit of depositing newspapers .of the country. These Pan Electric scandal was another
PUBUSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY your trash in proper receptacles instead Washington correspondents and their piece of 'newspaper work; Capt. Car fr.I1OUSfURNISI1IN6 5 l J .JID2Sr TORE
in the streets. first suspectedby
of throwing it respective nawspapers stand betweenthe ter's crookedness was
& ...BY... Little things like this .count In the people and their representativesand a newspaper man. who published

THE JOURNAL COMPANY working of making a city attractive.St are a stlre' check upon any the reasons for "suspicions; the
Augustine's principal asset is, its I chicanery on the ;art of the latter. recent postal investigation was precipitated -
charm for strangers. and we should Ta& correspondents' sources of iafor- ,by the press gallery; Senator SAlE-

FRANK L. MAYES, President an* G.n.raIMang.r do nothing to destroy the charm-St|, mation are highly organized. Noth- Elkins tried to slip a ship subsidy
Augustine'Record. j jlng of importance 'goes on without joksr into' an appropriation! bill a
their knowledge; and they'' are forever fw years back but was caught and END
; MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Panama Canal Junk. alert to secure an exclusive or sensational beaten by the newspaper men. Numerous NEARS
The bids for the! sale of the iron and" news Item. It Is probably Instances :of the kind mightbe

SUBUCRIPTION RATES* other'junk-the remnants of the machinery safe to say that there hasn't been an ment'oned but the foregoing will We'ye handled tremendous crowds and we COnfess
.
? One Year .. .. ...... ... ..that was taken to Panama by:]j Important development in twenty-five suffice to show the character the we're bit fagged We'could'double the
? $5OO'OueMonth .. .. .. ... ,.. 45 the French, have been opened by the} -"people's-lobby** la the a prices and
work that the
Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 60 One Week.. .." .. .0 .. .. 10 canal commission.. There were seven-1[ years that"wasn't: d'scovered by a is I bute won'tIt's "
done prepared -
made has and stop
,Three Mootts. .. ..' .. 1 :35 Weekly Edition, year..tl CODe newspaper man and quickly press gallery .
per from
teen bids, ranging nearly $60,000
I I p ubl1c. The Star _Boats scandals to do hereafter. I' hard to what we've sold the
to less than $25,000., The Jank aggregates say most of-
about 7,200 tons and will net f pretty things or household necessitiesThe ,-
Only ..n.acota Newmpaptr From Which a Detailed the' commission $69,872.--: Gainesville :......."... ........... ..... .. ... .."I its
; Circulation Statement. Can J7. ,Secure Sun. jewelry department swears by jewelry;

Maimi Stricken. I History and Progress of 11 11Ii' J the millinery department, millinery; the china: department -

I Another Florida city has fallen prey china; and we,haven't time to balance
t: l4fterW > M Papers en Sale Trains School up
O IM en State
Pt'.. {......Office: 1500 I 'I to the storm fiend. The news ofMiami's | Reform |if and find-out.
and at all News Stands. great misfortune will be read
everywhere with deepest regret 5 Frank. McDonald in Marianna Times-Courier. *. .! All we 'know is this: It's a great sale from both

Offices Journal Building-Corner lntondnol and Do Luna Sts.PENSACOLA ricane Scarcely and had disaster Pensacola's ceased tale to of cause hur-,. ...... ..o.ee...."' ......"" )...........J standpoints, ours and the public's.

comment when this latest .story of And all it'necessary for you to know is this: That

: loss and ruin comes to, claim public I The bgislature, of, the latter 80's other necessary expenses. I I uptil we pull down the curtain Saturday night there'llbe

,_ FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 24, 1906. sympathy and help! From the reports provided for the establishment of a }j'j Lack of space prevents a detailed
of the storm received here it is evident state reform school with the praIseworthy ![[description of, how the 'seemingly impossible -I a special Kress value in every article in the store.

: that the' Magic City has sus-f object of reforming.and mak- was accomplished, but it will Here are a few examples:
Magnitude of the jumpers here in time of peace A tained severe damage. It is to be tiag self-sustaining! and self-respecting suffice to say that Mr. Rawls notwithstanding -

:4 turpentine operator will send an hoped that the storm, did not sweep I citizens or incorrigible boys and girls. : ,several disastrous fires: of In-i
East Coast Disaster,; agent, generally to of the It gave the counties an opportunity i ito
a negro. one across the Florida! keys. where the i jcradiary origin, with the co-operation
As of the destruction by cities,' of the bid for its location in the of THURSDAY 9 A. M.
reports state to employ labor work of building the extension of the shape of the resident trustees, has done ail I ,
: the recent storm along the East This agent reports that he has founi I Florida East Coast Railway is in, donating! a site etc, Jacksan, proved', this! : Has cleared and put under cul-1'
ten hands who 'wID go, with him and progress. If it did. there I the most liberal and provided with! 200 of forest land !
: Coas continue to come in the magni-- is bound to 4 jtivatlon i acres on : Kress' Famous Center-Table Safe.
!
gets to their
money pay railroad fare the most acceptable and satisfactory )
be loss of life if
indeed which Is raised
this has not I com., cotton peas ]
tude of the disaster especially in the Generally some. If not all of them ask occurred right in Miami CotD'let quid pro quo in, this regard and was i cats, potatoes/sugarcane and garden ; ,' >,?,
j !
great loss of life becomes more money in advance for other awarded the institution.
apparent -and It purposes details of the disaster are anxiously J I vegetables: ; he has fenced 100 acres I II ,". 25c with a fifty cents purchase.
get and that is
the last
and the hurricane win down seen awaited.-St. A suitable ] '
go Augustine Record. more site as regards I of woodland pasturage where cattle
in history as the most appalling cat- or Some heard of of the them.. sanitation and hygiene: and the inspiri I i I and hogs are kept in the early gpringwhen f'f'I Beautiful Oa.i Flnish Center Tables with lower shelf. Tfc * turpentine men lose in Prove these'.tables Is excellent and ,
May they cannot be
a manship on bouglt
amity that ever visited the fair state this way almost Boomerang. Ing reformatoryInfluence usually -1: pasture is scant; he has built else
as much as It would: By persistent where for less than $1.00. -
of Florida.At legitimately cost to abuse of ex-Governor' attends close juxtaposition with!, a large brickyard In which he has Ii _
carry-on their Jennings a few papers in the state delightful natural vistas and health.cIlma1f.c Just kiln
burned of
operations. When the are I a 130,000 ,brick i
last Is
reports It estimated that balance Is about
to '
launch a gubernatorial boom conditions could not have]and has another kiln of 200,00 ready '
four hundred lives struck the employers of this class o f for j 8:30
folly were lost that gentleman. If been chosen. ,FRIDAY : A. M.
labor are much worse treated they don't i to set fire to this week and has 73- :
south of Miami alone most of the the employes.A than: hare a care their efforts to put him I It. is situated three miles! south'i]I 000 brick under shed drying; he has I

victims being laborers employed In down and out will prove a boomerana I west of the city on the Marianna and i[I bored for and furnished artesian! wa- ;" namelware

constructing the Key West extensionof pretty Chicago widow who Issuing : -Starke Telegraph.___ St. Andrews/bay, road the main buIld-!i i I water and installed water works 1 "t. :

the Florida East Coast railway who a Springfield politician for J800 Matthews Endorsed. logs which are respectively 125x501 I I i the water being pumped to a 1 #
which she claims she loanedhlrn on The Herald feet in dimensions! lying on either I!i'tank built by the Inmates by gasoline I
were domiciled in houseboats temporary hereby endorses Opportunity ExtraordinaryIn
or -
Eugene side of the turnpike and standing engine power which .eng'n, is also
the witness S.
structures the stand declared: 'Fe r Matthews of Starke for each which used to shell and*
on keys. exposed on an eminence is approached grind corn, feed
to the full fury of the terrific single men know how to kiss.. I respect speaker of the house. Hats, in every by a gently rising slope. 'saw wood; he has built a cane mill, 1003 our tinware and enamelware purchases amounted to

gale. should have known Mr. Dooling was: further he deserving is an,editor.and capable His and, The eastern' building is occupied I j!a scrap house a carpenter shop a i $$26,735.00 in 1905 we paid one concern alone over $100,000. These

:WhJl the-death list married by the way he kissed me. are nice and competitors by white and the western buildingsby ![, blacksmith shop a cotton warehouse figures speak for themselves. We have developed the most attrae-

is much teas than is.appalling when Married men know how to kiss better Sit ere is nothing capable too good gentlemen for ,, negro inmates, both buildings being I'I and building and he has planted 250 I live trade ''in 50 Southern cities in this line during the past thce:
.expected the an I two oak treas on the avenue leading from !
than single men. Their kisses are brainy'and hc=ssc and a half stories in the I and it is our intention to double the for 1906. We
purchases
first advices of the storm were re- man Iike newspaper center and two stories in the wing. the Marianna and St. Andrews bay years
calved, for between six and seven longer and more heartfelt" Coming: Gorda Herald.Gene Maftl ews.-punta L 'There are present eleven white I road to the eastern or white Inmate's : : will do this by giving unsurpassed values. it is unnecessary to enumerate .

thousand from a Chicago widow and thereforean boys and one white girl, and twenty- building. All this work has been done! these items because they cover every kitchen want, and if you
men; were at work building I
the line southof accepted authority the question of Must Have Changed. eight colored boys and three colored by the Inmates under Supt Rawls I
Miami
all of
whom
who are the best kissers may be considered Arthur Brown ODe of the girlS at the,institution. One I supervision and direction and a hundred Watch Kress' Windows"you
were practically in the edItors( Of hundredI '
direct
track of the St. and ,. inmates I other things of much utility accomplished -' '
Lucie seventy- ne
definitely settled. Tribune will be items that know in the blue
the storm and exposed to its fury. hearts With recently joined received in .the."six"and a half I I I. which cannot be here sure to see no competition
one of the years
fairest flowers and-white mottled enamelware which has been the market
fn wind -.'1he in ..Alachua of the institution's existence and enumerated-' I I on onlya
,velocity the,storm was not: ;Kansas Ctty Journal Is responsible county and in one
as great as the hurricane that struck: for the statement that the account of th! wedling sail writing Je wS,I hundred and twenty-eight discharged 'The inmates are rosy-cheeked and few years. 'The steel bases are covered with three coats of absolutely .
going the latter figuri .however embracing robust, and their health is and has hard enamel under and finished with
Pensacola on September 26-27 and: town of Erie, Kas., has "a youngwoman to break an old-time custom I ,. pure. secret process, a
and tell the truth about the several'escapeswho":: were refcaptured. been excellent There have been but '[ brilliant rich white coat decorated on the outside with dark blue
the ,
property damage along who gets 3 o'clock groom.
the East up at on: Ugl7 as a mud When the schOol was established two deaths since the institution was i
to Coast is.small compared, with the destruction Monday'morning puts out the family ginger-snap and never fence did freckled as a L the. following reseutatlve citizens started and of these one came to and mottled gray'wavy effects."I""I

wrought In West Florida washing. is downtown ready to begin a row of pins" were some amount of the ex to. of the state were made its officers the school with organic disease of' Come early for the picking values up to $1.50, at(each piece) 25C J'i

and along the coast of Alabama and L LMiSSIsElppL her -work.at the.store promptly at 7 pressions he used. But they sound to and dlrectorsPresident., Wl H. the heart while the other was ra-
I In o'clock and Isnt us like aand if Milton Marianna; treasurer M. Lt captured escape who succumbed
what
engaged. Now he
casualties however, true then he' has says is ,Dekle of Marianna; and the president notwithstanding the best of care and
the East Coast storm Is the worstIn 'watch the stampede of bachelors for since he and "we"Changed wonderfully and treasurer, With Dr. J., C. medical attention from the Inroads of ,SATURDAY, 9 A. M. ,

the history of the state. the W 1sker. State. used to shovel:I L'iSngle of Jacksonville, Judge I J JOB inclement
sow bosom' at the *: <:' ?:exposure at an season. "Blown Glassware 10c each. ,
and scratch same dinii table 'Reeves of Pensa6bla and 'Hon. W L.,; -The Inmates: are well fed well A giant assortment Just arrived" from Germany beautifully decor.
The Duke and Duchess of Marlborough If all the newspaper space that has' same quilt jigger.Eli fleas under the Palmer of 'Orlando. comprise the clothed and have clean, comfortablebeds. ated; every piece an illustration of Kress wonderful Talues.

according to a report published been devoted to the Everglades Butler Star. "Sutty.jaw.-Lake I board of directors. They are taught the English Whiskey glasses pear shaped; claret and champagne glasses be3:!

in the New York papers have had drainage scheme could have been disposed I The directors selected Walter' branches a good portion of the year shaped; cocktail glasses. stem flare and bowl tops; cordial glasses sherbet

serious differences duo to' the fact of at regular advertising rates Drainage vs. Drainage. Bawls a Jackson county boy born' and older ones learn useful trades and glasses cup bell and pear shapes; tumblers bell shaped; fiII'bowLs.
that his the derived therefrom would In looking over the and bred. as superintendent Events 1! callings. Sunday school is held every .. .;.
dukelets money exchanges one -
cannot manage to sometimes have shown it to have been a most Sunday teachers volunteering from
sees
get along on the $5,000,000 dowry be sufficient to complete the work.It strange things. For the
of instance if Governor wise and Judicial selection. Mr. city, and occasionally sermons
Broward
the duchess. "n11t duke it would appears to have been a great poses to drain the Everglades pro-: Rawls found nothing but the build- and lectures are delivered by Marianna -. China Plates-Special
by
Ings' and bare 'walls when he took ministers and others.
j
seem hae turned out to be a more deal easier for Mr. Grosvenor of selling a part of the land belonging to :
expensive proposition than the Van. the state that would" charge, and but a meagre annual appropriation The board of directors the superintendent
otherwise
:
.derbilts figured 'when Ohio, to count a big republican majority no value and by taxing the be of: of $2,500 the first'' four the county of Jackson and We have to feel like philanthropists!IVe can't help
upon theymade in the net national house of beneficiaries, it is supposed I years to furnish the buildings feed' the state of Florida can each take
the purchase for O nsue1o. representatives than It was for him prejudiced against considered the Governor by those and clothe the :Inmates, add needed equal pride in the splendid success it when, we look at the values and then at the price of these
(not:
to get enough' votes to count himself against drainage) a high-handed improvements and appointments pay which has attended the managementof goods. -
That South Florida proceeding the salaries of guards medical attendance ,
and the Marianna or State Reform
into i a seat In the said house. a useless expense to
re- '
claim and supplies and a hundredA schooL
Case. a valueless
Peonage The New York when tracf of land; but Assorted fine china, fancy plates rose border on tinted
: A Washington,dispatch to the BostonHerald American says the Hon. Frank Clark, proposes a green

: says: Brooklyn Eagle is last in the race for 000,000 measure 111 Congress to borrow $3,- horse tad Cow. f Overreached. edge, consisting of fruit plates, oatmeals, bread and butter

Mba.Emma Stirling, 'of Florida,' the Ananlas cup. We always thoughtthe for this from same the general government I When In my teens milking seven 'I Old Joe a farmer was noted for the pktes.coupe plates and rim plates each lOC

; who has aroused Interest by her Eagle-was'pretty wen up towards I l which is to be pur)8e'paid every dollar of r cows morning and evening and toiling ; many ways be had of skimping and : ,

statements that white slavery exists I the front, from a political standpoint: these same jOurnals back are by the state, on the farm all day I made favorites .,saving. One day he hired a big country Oatmeals, bread and'utter plates, coupe plate, run plates, all,

i phosphate in that state in the called'turpentine and at least all honor and praise ready to our to con accord of a bay mare and a Durham COW-i! boy to help him with hIs work. The with: green,flower border, with rose inner border each IOC
camps the
upon gressman for his "wise Molly and Bess. Talk about your boy reported for duty at 5:30 o'clock In
] president to-day and told him and beneficent"
: what -
Preparations being made
I she knew. The ( are to measureIf. as Governor physical sympathy! Why It was pa- j: the morning, and Old Joe sat him downto
president then sent
'
(i for Attorney General Moody and the fight the so-called alcohol trust roward's opponents contend, this thetic. Molly was my saddle horse, f' breakfast. After the lad had finishedthe
Remarkable
: matter vaavdiscassed. It is believed Many a fellow has been fighting the of land Is of no value or n.s\; needed. or single footer of rare excellence. I I> meal the sharp old farmer said. Men's 'A man.is known HSJery tunity-Udies'f&ce.oppor-

I that the department'oMustlce will in product of the aforesaid trust for of drainage doubtful ownership and the cost t could ride her :with one finger on the "What do you say If we eat dinner Neckwear by the tIe ,he Lned! black hose,all size

vesiigdte tbe' matter. Miss Stirling. many years but without success. where Clark's indeflalte we fail to see reins Into the most forbidding places. : while we are at It?" As the boy agreed Wears. Kress' Value IDc; at Kress', IOC

: .wbx* has large property Interests in than Drwari'scheme is any :etter Old Bess-oh, she used to kick a tooth ;; they fell to and ate a little more. Then ; have Misses' ribb dblac k seamless
Y1orl a,. changes the turpentica and Mr. Shonts says 'the Panama canal state borrow Why should the out once in awhile and put her foot In seeing that the youngster could eat
'N phosphate people with luring men can be bunt In eight years. But how thing thai has$3,000.000 already to Invesf'1n a the pall of milt but the dear girl more Old Joe suggested, "Suppose we and just the right, colors for Value 19c; et Kress', lOC
from the north under
beeh
wages. and folding them promise
i la salt that in making revelations she government to get the worked started In other words why not newspapers be consistent I! of a child!; Well I was 'absent right." assented the lad, and he managed the latest;: materials the best. black seamless,triple knee.

; .. is running considerable risk as. according ? ? If OPPOsed. be Opped If for-, from the old home five years and to swallow another crust of bread. Value lOc; at Kress', lee

to her story murder and A telegraphic -WInter be for, Whether by Clark or Broward. turning found that of all the re-t'"Now let's get to work" shouted the Handsome'silk and satin fourMen's f ancy black half-hose-reia-;
,arson are held lightly in the part of report says: "Burton Garden RIcoChet. only Molly and Bess remained. gleeful farmer thinking of-the savingin forced heel and toe, in colors

'Florida from which she comes. cheerfully'goes to begin his sentence.'" U- _._.........-...,.a... .>>.._.... .._, __ agine my distress when Molly refused t meals be had made. ">"o." returnedthe in-bands; string' bows; Tecks also, and fancy embroidered.
As if in answer to the above the Nothing like being cheerful when a i45 ------ y 1 to notice me at all! While wondering boy "I never work after\supper.A and \V n:lsors. A wonderfully Value ISc: at Kress', Joe

f- Ctarle&toa News and Courier says: fellow is up against the inevitable. "PEOPLES LOBBY"- 45 I at this loss (\\f friendship I nIt 8'warm man's time Is his own then.?-London wide range Figured half-hose,plain or in colors .
.. JOe
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The state of Florida furnishes J 'AT WASHINGTON rasplike thing going over my hand Times.One i Vtoc20cto30cttKrc5s'f10c_. ; .
'
more stories of alleged peonage than I Edenburgh university has elected I which was behind my back. Turning, _ ( '- -

does any other southern state, and Andrew Carnegie a doctor of laws. 45 (Savannah News.) I saw dear old Bess. Without notice writes that
Florida contains a larger proportionof Carnegie has 'elected himself a doctor she had core to lick me. If ever animal housekeeper common :1wATc IIRESS" wffiOW1'
r. I burlap laid under carpet but .n fop
.
northern .
immigrants than
does any I l spoke with and manner she .
of the! English language. eyes
the lining! will prevent the dust _
other southern state. We do not believe paper .6 '
There did. Her happiness at seeing me again
however that the natives of was prOposj in 'a' recent Is. rising when the carpet: is swept aa it I

Florida! enslave the Yankees who settle Perhaps that hurricane along the for sue the 03 popular magazine 'a scheme after eo long a period was apparent to. will filter through the coarse meshes of ;......,.... .. .- -.-..- .-.., ..................................1
; "In their midst. Atlantic coast ,was simply the effortof lobby" establishment of a "people's all observers and during my brief stay the, burlaps. .i, .
Nature at WashIngton. The' at home it'was'all I could do to keep '
to right need for
The Jacksonville Times-Union re.publiab1n herself after. the It was t
the-#above, comments thereon passage of mighty Taft. that predicated V\ious trusts upon the assumption her from following me Into the house. The women of Wenatcbee Wash., :

as follows: corporations maintain and lobbies private -New York Press. have formed a local Coral association :iCOAl I AND'WOOBI '

The News and Courier is right In ,The French seem to have a faculty WashlngtQn whIch secure the passage in .. for the' purpose of Introducing plant J
Potato rattle
.Its disbelief. Florida has a large pf making sure enough submarine of legislation Inimical t0 the poular and flower culture Into many homes. :
'northern population, and the northern boats. When they get down once interests. The Idea was fa haTe this Potato patties filled frith minced and it has been a great success. : ,
people who have settled m the state "people's lobby" made' 'up of vegetables make an attractive and : We'jieHyer .
they stay down. well I Ic"e Coal Charcoal and Wood
known anywhere
# are contented. They come here because men of unquestioned integrity dainty entree. Put hot boiled potatoes :
for who would scrutinize through a vegetable season them The Borrowiac Habit. :: in the '
another
one reason.or they : The all legislation, press city. We can supply in quantity :
: man looking for work is a detect To say that should borrow you any
thought this state more desirable for "snakes" in bill- and warn with salt pepper and a little butter and one never :
residence than the one they left. The mighty scarce,article in thIs section. the public against them. add just enough flour to make a paste Is carrying the matter a bit too far,but ,i and our-service is always prompt. Steam and do- i

; fact that few who come to stay ever It's a case of work looking for ,the The creation of such a special lobby that can be rolled without breaking: one should sever practice the habit of mestic coal Wood

give up their Florida homes ,in Is a man here. would be to say In effect that the Bon the mixture Into a thick sheet, cut borrowing. Look out for, jour own : cut any size. f
vindication their JudgmentAs people have no confidence In the stock of household supplies so that
representatives it out with cutter, brush the you
a patty
for Miss Stirling's story no investigation Champagne may make an excellent whom they themselves will not be continually and daily running :I : "' : E' ,
cakes and bake. Fill G.
lightly with egg I SEWALL.t'26 :
,
select
is needed to it hair and that
stamp aa wash but most of us will haveto the representatives out of sugar butter, salt: flour or .
the centers and diced ,
; with car
false. She professes to have been in are likely to peas t :
turn'graf If :
get along with old they are'
fashioned other -
and
needed
:
staple
soap any: regularly /
danger here. Where In Florida wasa and water. not kept under, constant _surveilance. rots with French beans or asparagus : North Street. :
article. If you must borrow, however : Tarragona
woman ever killed or maltreated We do not say this ls true but heads. The patties may be baked before' -- ." .
that
for expressing her opinions? The political storm the personnel of 'congress will they are wanted and be reheated make, ft. a point of honor to pay and : < .
com-
Most of the charges in center Is In with before pay with liberal measure and without f Phones 614 and 363.
peonage New York pare! favorably that,of any simi serving.-New York Sun. J
State but
Florida come from the turpentine the hurricane lar body in the world. _The days being reminded of the obligation.

'- camps and we, believe, when Investigated -championship. is still held by the Quit when bribery could be more or less .......'e.. e'-,,.-.,.. ..,..-...... ............................
it any truth at all ,is found in Coast openly practiced Washington. andwten .
the reports it will be found that in beautiful' women lobbyists
ninety-nine cases out of'one hundred. Football under the new rules, is could wheedle susceptible
;
If not ,In every case .the report grew just a little more exciting than the Into voting for .questionable congressmen -

out of an effort to make a laborer ren"derservlc.forwhlclibebadrecelyed- PIne'of ):J 1g-pong. I schemes have passed.'That some Plantation

; I men who are! willing to be corrupted Sarsaparilla. oniy.SBEaual
F: ,pay in advance. I
a The packers get Into congress may be true. .but
are preparing to
During the war between the states, get it can hardly be" doubted that the
1. the north knew by ,
something about square' ogaoizing. a $500,000,000 majority of congressmen honest.

"t': : bounty' 'Jumpers.; We- 'h re' county. meat trust > Indeed, it may/be:.asserted that they to any 91.00 preparation-on the-market.

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THE 'EN8ACOLA, JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING- ; < OCTOBER 24, t.OI. PAQt RVC l lL





: ; I Besides" I ER OBEESI I : A TRAINED NURSE 1 [''t'tMrs. :



rip AND EVENTSBY ] 'Tasting Good I > tflJ

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1 .Special to The' Journal After Years of Experience Advises Women la \
Roberts, Oct. 23.-Roberts has .
'must
candy : possess the about recovered from the shaking up Regard to Their Health. [

BY. AURELffi ,MAREAN; BERNARD. qualities of? a really,good by: the storm and everything: is moving'on .

I Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. m food if it is to stand thetest" about as usuaL Martha Pohlman '
Mr. John Harper is grinding cane of 55 Chester ,Avenue I1 j
I i Ii I of a high-grade con- and the young folks are enjoying the Newark, .N. J. ,
...-__.....""""--- ._,__._._. _._._,_,_._._.__ ._._,_. .. result of his labor. graduate.Nurse, who,is a
fection. frpm theBlockleYTra1n1ngSchool
t twH Hof N :
! I JZt Ij\I\ Nunnallys Mrs. Julia Tennant has had a strokeof iii ::
.-- ._--- ------ Candy paralysis and is very ill at the at Philadelphia, and. for
'
1 \ possesses, the, ''above at- home of her daughter Mrs.: A. J. six years Chief Clime i I
The Journal9s Daily Fashion Feature Mackey. Nurse at the Philadelphia '
\ The editor of this depart- tributes.. We have it Mrs. Wm. Bryan has returned to Hospital writes the letter- :.9''
all the time.. printed below. She has .
: meat has had telephone in- fresh her home after a very pleasant visit )
the of ill
; stalled at her residence ,the among, friends and relatives in Ohio. advantage, besides persbnalexperience her Y, .

1 number of which is 699. She \ Mrs. E. J. Tomlinson and children professional education; r
can be reached at this number have returned after a two months and what she has to say ; -

I at.any time: up to three o'clock Sol Calm, & CO.Th. visit in Indiana bringing with them a may be absolutely relied / i t
lady friend who will spend the winter upon.
in the afternoon and after
'
I Pun Food Stor. here.Mrs. Many other women are _
= J that hour through telephone Willie Mackey and Mrs. Henry afflicted as she was. They

I > 33. at The Journalofflce. Southwest Corner Palafox, u< IntwtftidaPhones Mackey, of Pensacola, are visiting at can regain health in the

.. .... ..... the home of Mr.A- J. Mackey., same way. It is prudent
...
............... .. ...........A...."' .. 8 Mrs. R. Hoffman who has been to heed such advice from
I\ =: H spending the summer with; her daughter such a source.
a
Mrs.PoMman
( Mrs. D. R. Hart has returned to writes:
VAl1aHT.HAlWlARLJ! : : g. 4t I her home,in Selma, Ala. **I am firmly persuaded,

I WEDDING NOVEMBER 20. A light frost has been reported In with LydU E. Piakham't 1 s kTl
BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. I this vicinity. Vegetable Compound, that it ; 1artba
Mr. Wllmer Bayword a popular i .. Mr. Andrew Jones has ,bought the is the safest and beet medtein I h ,

I young business man of Pensacola: \ .. Hobbs place and moved into it. for say suffering woman to Z
1 9
will be united in marriage on November .4Ji1 Your correspondent witnessed a use man ,
! twentieth to Mis Mary Vaught, Immediately: after my
Return this with 50 one cent tamps or: rare ,sight a few days ago. As marriage I found that my
! a charming young lady of New Or 25 one cent stamps with the names and ; Roberts High: School was dismissedfor health began to faQ 106. I beame ; !
I leans. addresses of twenty ladles and learn how' weak aad hi. -
a the day)" and the pupils were pale, with I ,
'
The wed-diogwi11 take place at the I to have a This lovely J natural) color as being long re-as thronging tip public highway, filling eerero baarmx-doiin paus, I i., J1
you I backaches and
fearful
Mrs.D. live.for fre-
home of the bride's mother lkVP)11bS\k) the first timenow general, the air with mirth and laughter three .
,\. s. Vanght, 1627 Seventh streeteW' public. There are no coemet)ca bleaches rosy cheeked misses engaged in quoBtdlayrpelk. The doctorsprweribed I '
a
I Irll4J face powder or other poisons in this. I for me,yet I did i.t
Orleans.
\ Pimples blackheads and dtecoloratlons. hand to hand encounter a regular old not improTe. I would bloat ,
Only relatives and intimate friendsof disappear forever under this method. time fist fight and hair pulling. Each after: eating, andnwoeated frequently .t
the contracting parties will wit- Women and girls who wish to be beauti- fair maiden showed determlna.tlon'to becoHM I bad ,' ,
the ceremony wMch> will be fol- ful will be taught the simple laws of pains town through my i&nn K -I could ,
ness beauty, and they will learn how the most win or die by her set teeth and flash bility irritability, nervousness sleep
hardly walk. It bad
,at the was as of female
lowed by a brilliant reception beautiful of Parts, a case lessness, melancholy'ailgone" and
women guided and con- ing eyes. But alas 'just as things troabla as I have ever known. :
home of the bride's mother. trolled by Master Gypsy and Greek minds were getting interesting and the l'inkh&m's Vegetable Compound however "want- -be-Ieft-alone"feeling bines
make appeared upon the scene played the. 1
will
I Mr. and Mrs. Hayward game of life and carried everything- crowd getting enthusiastic, the erect cored me within four months- Since thattime and hopelessness, they should remember
their home in Pensacola and will reside fore them with their bright eyes and unrivalled and fear inspiring form of Prof. No. I haft had occSon to recommend it;to there is one tried and true remedy.
I at 908 North Spring street' complexions.J. 2 was seen slowly the a number' of patient offering from all Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com;
coming hill
L.., MOCKLEY,, 1133 Broadway towards up forms of female difflcnttlaa, and-I find! that pound at once removes such troubles. 'i
I i New York. the now excited crowd. The while it is considered vnprof acsioaal to recommend No other female medicine in the '
I MISS VIOLET GONZALEZ participants took one hasty look and patent medicine I can honestly world has received such
widespread tY.
then hied themselves to recommend Lydia B. Pmuaaa1 '
WILL GIVE HALLOWEEN PARTY. nie WI| ..Lowe which occurs Novem- safety: one to smooth a her place of Compound, for I have found that. wee and unqualified endorsement.

I Miss Violet Gonzalez the attractive ber 7. Mr. and 'Mrs. LeWIs Willis, feathers ,and take her ruffled female ill*,where all fxat a It The needless suffering women from -
, sister of Mrs. Rolfs, wife of the German parents of the young groom, win leave othersto. home and mother.CHUMUCKLA music. the is a grand nwttcfne diseases peculiar to their sex is terrible '
I vice-consul has issued quaint in a few days to be present at the- Money,cannot buy such testimony as to see. The money which they pay to '
doctors who do
not !
them
is
I little invitations to a Hallowe'en party wedding ceremony .. thlamerlalOft can produce such results help an
to be given at the residence of :Mr. v. S and the ablest specialists now and enormous the waste.is The pain is cured i
I and Mrs Rolfs on North HilL Mrs Albert Ryer Miss Daisie flyer I I agree that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- Pinkham's money Vegetable saved by Lydia E. Ij i
I. Mr. Knowles table is the Compound.It tI ;
Miss Gonzalez's invitations are original I and Hyer are cozily Compound most universally is well for women who are ill to 1
and were painted by the talented ; located in one of the Walker Ingra- successful remedy for all female write Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn Mass. s

I young lady herself. They'are symbolic ham cottages on West' Belmont- diseases known to medicine. The present Mrs. Pinkham Ishe ,

of the season in which the street. When women are troubled with irregular daughter-in-law of LydIa E. Pinkham, ,,
i party will be given and consist of an .""'. Special to The JournaL suppressed or painful periods, her assistant for many years before her
of apples pump aij-s. Annette Knowles and Miss weakness displacement or ulceration decease and for t'
artistic l arrangement :; North Chumuckla. Oct. %3.-airs. .five yean
kins and Jack Olianterns. r--. Julia Knowles are visiting Mrs. Du- W. A. McDavid and son. Harry spenta of the female organs that beanng- since her advice has been freely given t'
The party will be a delightfully Informal : .., rant on Belmont street, where they: day or two In Milton and Bagdad down feeling,inflammation backache to sick women. In her great experience Ii, f
affair in which a number of ; V will probably spend the 'wfinter. last week with relatives and friends. bloating(or flatulence), general debility which covers many years, she t

Miss Gonzalez's young friends will ::i,:. Mrs. Ed. dehorn, who has been indIgestion. and nervous prostration haa probably had to deal with dozens ,\ t
participate. ''\ BLOUSE MODEL FOR SILK OR CLOTH. dizzinessf aintness,latitude,excita is
FLINCH; of Columbia University is at with her parents. Mr. and strictly confidential If ) '

NEW CITY CLUB v 'The sketch shows a simple and effective of the lace under which a four-ta- home visiting his''mother for'a few 1trs.J. H. Diamond, returned to her Lydia & Ptnkhaa's role Coapeaad> Saccetds: Where Others' FaIL 4 tt"

I PERFECTS RE-ORGANIZATION. design for a silk blouse, although hand tie was slipped. Lace frills also days.. ",., home in Pensacola a day or two ago. }

The call for the meeting, for the the. .same model could be trimmed the elbow-length sleeves, ,The sOCiety ,set of JPensacola learn Miss Nina McDavid is visiting her '
I the blouse, itself being without any sister dennie at Blnu Springs. 1 iA
the New
j purpose City Flinch of Club reorganizing, which appeared in copied for ,a cloth frock. The model applied trimming, being made witha with reorganizing much pleik9nre'the of, ,the German news dub of the, a Mrs Henry C. McDavid with his J. F DAVIS, JEWELER I:'
two neices Misses Ada V. Davis and .
,
this department of The Journal yesterday was In light blue messaline, with a yoke upper part which was cut in i
well respondedto little chemisette of white baby Irish one with two curved straps, which source through> which the young people Bessie Saville leaves to-day: for Mo- Now In : :; ,
I morning about fifteen was ladies lace. The collar was formed of paints crossed in the middle of the front.H. have derived so much pleasurein 'bile where they will remain for a few New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St .,. '
and or twenty
the past. The date of_ the first days with friends. Miss Bessie will ...t
at the home of Mrs.I .
met hospitable been
not
German to be given has an- then to Meridian Miss, where she
'
I II Boyer comer of Ninth Avenue affair- and to which,the young people C. Flowers, number 1007 East De-. nounced as yet,' but it will probablybe will enter go the Female Institute. ;! ,

, and Thirteenth street. will come in costumes symbolic of Soto street. ,November seventh at, the first week, in December. Theom'cers Mr. EL M. McCaskill of Nora was j t-
Most of the afternoon was speiif'Inplaying elected at the meeting recently THE CORRECT THING :
hallowe'en. eight o'clock In the evening. Immediately -: : in our town a few days ago' looking ,
flinch. After the games were The hall will be decorated with all after the ceremony a receptionwill held are Mr. J. Clarke Porter after some business matterLMr. si, Mi
I finished the following officers' were the weird things which go to makeup be given which will last until president and "Hon. Campbell and Mrs. H. O. Saville spenta j 1 1A
elected to serve through the winter: a hallowe'en party eleven o'clockThe couple Avery, vice-president; secretary An- few days with their uncle and aunt ,
young wedding invitation of all things demanded by social custom, r.
Mrs H. H.
Boyer president; Mrs. '. derson; Leonard. A more complete last J
will make their future Mrs. H. C. McDavid
home in this Mr. and
should correct inform. and
be made of fine stationery. It Is better
C. Pebley the
secretary and treasurer. account will be;given later when been connected -
Miss Rutan, a popular young I city. week. Mr. Saville has to invitations at all than
Mary issue any to sendout something' thatIs ; I
The club decided
to bold, its. meetings dates have been; decided upon. of Alabama
.
lady of Freeport who has been visit-i with the Wleatern Railway unfashionable or of poor material. If you wish to get absolutely : t '
r.
every. Who second Tuesday, in themonth. ing :Mrs.: Lizzie McGowan for the. Miss Aline Anson will soon makean m.':;'.- in,Montgomery for a long time the correct thing consult J. P. STEVENTS ENGRAVING CO.. the It Itnot
will be. the hostess to past three months leaves Thursday, extended visit to her daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. C. W. Merrltt have but resigned to accept a more desirable fashionable engravers 47 Whitehall street Atlanta Georgia" : : -
entertain I
the next meeting has not to housekeeping in one of the M & O. roadat
Mrs. Judge Richardson in gone with the
Greenville position
been for her home. I This establishment produces the latest styles: as fast as they are
decided but wiJJ-! be ,announced Scarrett Moreno cottages on West Saville Is a worthy
Ala Mr. ,
Meridian
f
late .. -t. i accepted by. the elite of London or New York. Samples sent free '
business, .
Mrs. Gunter and little daughter, Gadsden street.'i young -man+ being strictly of charge. Don't delay; write this house to-day. tff
THURSDAY who have 'been visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. .i Mrs W. L. WIttich, Jr.. is visiting \. and moralln'every'respect'and Is deserving -.
BALL NIGHTAT B. Vaughn, of Century have returned lilt 'lather and other relatives at The Country Club will hold Ita :annual everything, that can be t 'It
CATHOILIC' KNIGHTS HALL home.- Nawawah.. Ala. meeting next Tuesday. October done or said for him. We wish him

The dance ,which was ,to have been 1 I I thirteenth. An elections of, officers every success possible in his new -.._.......... -_..._- :
given at'the Eagle's Hall, will be given Invitations have been received to, Mrs. J.H. Neville, a representative for the coming year will be held. It field of labor, }
on Thursday night at the hall of the wedding of Miss ,Lulu Lee of Lodge Number Four Rathbone Sisters is said that plans for rebuilding the Mr. Harry McDavid was in Nora DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
I his in- >
the Catholic Knights of America. Several Flowers and Mr. Frederick Theodore i has returned from New Orleans club will be considered and that a a few days ago looking after ;
young ladies will have charge of TIedeman which will occur at the, where she had a very delightful time building far superior to the one which terests In that section. CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSH :
the ball which will be a hallowe'en residence of the bride's mother Mrs. and met many Rathbone Sisters, was demolished by the storm will be We regretted Very much to hear of STERLING" SILVERWARE < 4.
I I II some of whom came from as tar as erected. It is the intention of the the death of our friend Engineer J. : ,

British Columbia. to attend the great club members to rebuild as soon as L. Hall who met ,his death In theyards ART. POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS.I 'f ,
I ; meeting. and the site selected willprobably in Pensacola a few days ago ,0.,
an ordeal whit aH i possible
l.u ...
relatives our "
J SI2'n be where the former club aDd we extend to his CUT GLASSWARE
.fI....&:. "womeA approach with Mr. Ross E. Haley of Big Bayou stood. deepest heart-felt: sympathy.: <

indescribable fear, for has'gone to Montgomery where he -, ---:- Y c
nothing compares with will witness the races, which are already The many friends of little Nanette ....
I A MOTHER the pain and horror of in progress at that place. Rosiqne, and especially the membersof HUSBAND DECEIVED Engraving and .Fine Stationery. '

childbirth The thoughtof The Journal's'puzzle army. will be -
that she is dangerously Wife Afterward --- ,
the suffering and danger inore for her, robs the expectant motherof The Few Asoclates Club, the members grieved. to learn fever at her homeon But Thanked ,complain his i
ill of typhoid if
of which are the young people.of ought notto: Mail Orders Receive Attention.
all pleasant anticipations of the coming event and casts over her a Intendencia street. A man him when Prompt IP
Johnson's Store contemplate giving little job on .
shadow of which cannot' be shaken off. Thousands of .;,, wife puts up a all on '
gloom women "an outing" some time next>:week.. he, finds out later that It was
have found that the use Mothers Friend_ during pregnancy,robs -J.. Miss Ella Coston has accepted a position account of her love for him. Mighty

confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life. of mother .Mrs. F. L. Bowen. who, has been with the Western Union Tele- few men would. Em O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
visiting relatives graph Company at Norfolk. where her fellow gets so set in 1
and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at the at Bucyrus, Ohio Sometimes a :
brother-in-law is manager and will remain ol! ruse '
time of their most critical trial. Not only does' Mother's Friend returned home Monday night there during the winter. his habits that some sort him a to MOBILE, ALA. : .
get
carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use Many friends. ;"and. relatives in Pen- must change be.and employed_if the habit to like exces- ... .... .II I...,.....,......, ...,....I.....

gently prepares the system for the coming .event.prevents "morning sacola of Master William Gentry are Mr. H. P. Neuman is expected home sive coffee drinking; is harmful. the

sickness," and other dis- pleased to learn that he is recovering from :Montgomery Thursday or Fri end Justifies the means-if not too

comforts of this period. Jr'to' from his recent severe illness. day.: Mrs. Neuman and little boy will; severe. An Ills woman says.

? .oera ;.,. remain in Montgomery for several I "My: husband used coffee for 26 :
Sold by all druggists at .jJ;
weeks visiting relatives. and almost every day. "Get itat'D'Alemberte's"Cooper1
A euchre ,
; party was years
given-last nightat
$ >er bottle._ Book -
i.ooj
"" .-1't.'fit.' stomach (dyspepsia -
? "He had a sour
the Progress Club for the benefitof .
I containing valuable information.,free. L r-.R. lIr-Jl.'lrI the Jewish cemetery fund. There Mrs. J. E. Concannon and baby ) and a terrible pain across his ;

The j ....ii&II daughter Lucile, have returned from kidneys good deal of the time. This
. Bradfield RcaulatorCo..Atlanta.fa. was a very good attendance and a could not
he
-- neat little sum was realized which a visit of two"months to friends and would often be so severe
, '. relatives in Indiana and Illinois. His complexion was 's Relief '
will be :put to use improving fences. straighten up. Quick
etc., in the JewEsh cemetery. yellowish-brown color; the doctors
... .. -Monday afternoon the home of Mr. said he bad liver trouble.


i[ Mrs.who Robert has been Turner visiting, of} Montgomery relativesin and, the Mrs.arrival A. A.of-'t.-'I:Fisher.' a:'<.-')fine!!.. was little gladdenedby son. he meal"An did', because awful not have headache.he missed his coffee would the at follow drug every if : 50 cents .;

.F r i r Pensacola has returned home,' coffee, .
r. .l The Concordia Club has decided T tried to coax him to quit +,\

I edroow urllhturO I :Mr.Montgomery Frank Gardner several; who days has on beenin a card upon party Thursday and dance.evening The to card give party their out but it.he thought Onlittle he girl could 3 years not do old reach with sat }

used to
business trip, has returned to. Pen- will begin at eight o'clock and last by him at the table and : :
. 4_ sacola. until ten The game played will be over and drink coffee from papa'scup. Coopers New Discovery f
-J.; .. progressive euchre. After the card She got like her father-her kidneys
: : We have everythingneedful 'to. make the t Mrs. Evelyn Maxwell and ,little party there will be dancing and re began to trouble her.

: bedroom ofr the most attractive rooms daughter .Judith have returned: froma freshments.. "On account 'of the- baby I coaxed '
one f of Pos- ,
-- package
pleasant summer spent at "Wythe- my husband to get a
i in the house. Our line of dressers is large, : ville, Va.Messrs.. Mrs. E. B. Goodrich and daughterin tum. After the first time he drankit $1.00$

different and -law, of Gulf View on the Sound he had'a headache and wanted his n
' : showing a. great many designs .i R. L. Nichelsen, James-Mo- near'the Narrows, were 'arrivals on coffee "We"had some coffee in the
. 2 ranging. from $9, to $45. Handsome bedsteads Hugh John Massey and, Ed. Fox the mail boat yesterday and they house but I hH It and made Postnm
from have returned from New Orleans, will, spend a few days in the city. as' strong as I could and,:he thought
: i at $5 to $10. EasYrockers, $1.25 i where they went to be initiated.,into __. -"..m.-5-" he was having-his coffee and had no SEE .WINDOW DISPLAY

: to $20. Druggets, $5 to $50. __ the fourth degree of the Knights of The Progress Club gives its usual headaches.
. .. Columbus. euchre party to-night. "In one week after using Postumhis '
: 2 color-began-to improve his stomach -
llr.: and Mrs.\ W-: 'K.' Hyer, "J r.-, are 'Best Ever Made Blue Ribbon got right and the little girl's kId- .
: BUYNOW PAY LATER. TMARSTON& with ilr William Hyer, at his home Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely: pure, ney trouble was soon all gone. My W. A. DTJernberte :
corner Wright and Barcelona while go twice as far and the "Blue Ribbon husband works hard eats hearty and f
their beautiful home which'- f''tor.' Flavor" is perfectionAsk for the has no stomach or kidney trouble any >

I : .- .: I merly, the Chipley resIdence, is} being 25c size. more. After he had used Postum a
put in perfect repair. I Druggist and Apothecary
.knowing it. broughtout ,
month. without f
QUINA i I _--r-: __ ___ .DAN E, AND SUPPER. the coffee. He told me to throwit :
There will be a dance and supper
Miss AJl'e Will's left last week for
,
., -" 4-4 -- : Montgomery, where she will visit the I at; C K. of A. ban tomorrow week, ..awayName Battle Creek; given Mich by Read PostumCo. the 121 SOUTH: LAFOX STREET PHONE 109 :t

108/110. 1 Palafox Sfc Phone 149. Pens il751 1'Ha. i family of Mr., and-Mrs. D. F.:Lowe; fee: proceeds, of'whlch".wf11"go for. little book. The Road to Wellvflle," ""
I : until after the of her brother !charity. Admlssioa,3Sc.i.Barrio's orchestra 1
marriage -,. ---4.-- in pkgs. 'There's a reason. ..I.Jf
*.++..M.MeM.M.1M. ................!. ,.... ...... Mr; Wlalker'.Wlllls' and Miss ;Air I ; ? f 1 i .

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t II i- REAL ESTATE J 'If. $3 @. : d dI. ; S :COLONIST I Ii


. : $500 : 4r. t Homes Safe i ;

Desirable lot on East Hill 80 feet front bY-132'1z. feet 'deep. + ( BUYS SIX : . ,


;; .I} > Two cottages on northwest corner$950 of "B" and*. Wet.. Jackson; .,. S'streets. If-ImJ'I S llorSailc n TENEMENTIHIOUSES liivestmeet F DAYS ARE AGAIN HERE. I j

mediate sale. I I 'S -
: Sc I. Use a reasonable amount 'of' .. ,
: ; $1000 $ solid Judgement but put1. your
j. $1200-5 rooms. East Strong'street. Good 'I ;
< > Desirable building lot on North Hill 75x150 feet. \i AI I S for small family.;; money to: property. TO-DAY and .every day until October 31st the MISSOURI ::

! $1500' -. t $4750-Elt'pnt' 6roocmodern home 'oil. Our list of..properties- includes many PACIFIC RAILWAY and IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will sell, ,
North Hill. S choice locations .In all parts of, the city cheap Colonist Tickets to CALIFORNIA OREGON and NORTH. ;
Gadsden street splendid neighborT ,
T East S S -
} Desirable one tory cottage on S .. i both for investment And home p rposes. WEST.
S hood. '- T $2500-6 rOOms. 1 block from Confederate S :;

+ $1750 .. | monument; bath. gas.. electric I I Have you any vacant lots Choice of two routes ,to CALIFORNIA. On* through SAINT ,
connection etc.. .5 on Alcaniz and Eleventh cr houses or .business property U LOUIS KANSAS CITY, SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE ,

: 1 > Ten lots on North Baylen street splendid' Investment J $4200-7 rooms. 'North' Alcaniz.. corner 1 i, Lee street* three and four for sale? CITY. The others via MEMPHIS and* EL PASO, TEXAS. ;
Cervantes 90 feet front by Iii Somebody wants what yoa
S t $1800 .F' feet deep; gas:bath etc. I I rooms and hall back and l. have and we have: lightning Liberal ttopoven of five .,days on. California Tickets and ten :;
Two-story Dwelling containing 7 rooms on North Davis street. front galleries;.all rented at methods cf finding that somebody ii days on Northwest Tickets. S ,
i"' ,. $3500-10 rooms East G d5d n. near I aLSO each week. Would .. If. you have not tried:!
: $3350 | Methodist -churchj- bath. gas and a us; ask thOSe that have.It No changes. Through Tourist Sleeping,Cars every day.HOMESEEKERS' .
i of "A" and LaRoa streets, splendid rent everything modern. cost more to build houses. -
Six cottages on southeast corner I I
: era. .. and presents fine opportu- does not cost you anything to list EXCURSIONS.TO
FOR RENT. I nity to someone with a I your property with us..Do it to- .
? $4000' | _
. thousand dayl ARKANSAS TEXAS OKLAHOMA. LOUISIANA
dollars buying
by
i Block No. New City tract desirable on 16th Avenue, containing Z $20.00-Six-room house bath. gas. etc.. I INDIAN
240. very
- them all and selling! TERRITORY AND MEXICO.
816 East La Rua street.Two together -; ,
.5 t
SALE
20 lots, each about 40x132/2 feet. \ J I I FOR.
them separately. t I 5 ;
$4000 t brick stores on Tarragona street. I
i jut![ south of Romana, eich 27xSO feet 12500: .-7-room' cottage. East Jackson Limit will be Allowed
, Desirable lot on northeast corner of Garden and ,DeVIlllers street en- suitable .. : street; large lot. modern conveniences on These TickH
for !
warehouse
? closed and has good stone walk lot 120 feet on Garden by 139 feet onDeVlllIer or .tore.p..rpose1 IHIUIRRVI ', S 30Days(
$. A genuine barfi...n.HOOTON S I will be sold on September 4 and H
i : I $35006roqm.cottagl", on corner with-5
Investments. <- .-."-- !I '. '- lots North HilL II 18 October 2 and 16.
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: & WATSON I II j I $45CO7roorstory., East Gadsden I' |
$3300-6 houses!', corner LaRia and A t' street near car line. .

streets all new, renting for ${S Si $2200-. 5-room cottage. East- Cervantes LIBERAL STOPOVERS. j
THE RENTAL AGENTS I a year. I'I S street bath, lot 60x132. '
$1600-3 houses. North Hayne. Venting CO. ; Go See the New Country. K
IcDA
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VID. lYER $16>>6-room cottage. No. 910 North 6th r. '
for $%16 a year. : Free Literature Mated on RequestS ..
: Real Estate. Insurance and Loans | $5250-8 houses, North 'Hayne each 4 avenue.
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rooms and hall renting. for $$72 a Agents New York J 450-3-room house renting for S$3 per I. E. REHLANDER,

year, Life Insurant; Company. S month. ; Traveling Passenger AgentS /

I: : No 37 S. P lafox Street. Phone No. 54. J .1500-140x120 Elegant building lot on* North Hill' 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., $160O Cottage Strong street comer I tot 8th 80x132.avenue andS I H S Chattanooga, Tenn. 5


: t..t. ........*..*.......*.***...***.***>( ..*.>**...... $8000-155 feet by 120:! feet with 6 good Phone 700. Pensacola, Fa.! $3CCO West half of block ::t. corner of I I 2 -J.

_ _ _ _ _ _ houses renting for $964. a year- S Gregory and 10th avenue. 5\s3S3x xiaii 33S22> ai 3* !\::\-"'"-\:\,
-- One block from depot. .....- .i' $1500-Lots .11 to' 15r block. .138- New I,
$5000 6 small houses corner Wright and T City.' -=
HELP WANTED.SCHOOL WANTED. Baylen. renting for $540 a year. I $1359-Lots i to 3, lock 94, New City. j

I 52500-Lots f to 10, block 02. New City. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMT?

WANTED To See our list for other. bargains. 9 ,SCO-Lots 21 and 22. block 112, North j .
TEACHER WANTED-One buy'a well-trained pointer
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with first-grade certificate. Address dog. Must not be gun shy. Address RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT IPf([)) ] 5Slne Palafox. street. I Throighand Local TIme Tables Between Pensacola and Points Norm.S .
Ayoock Brothers Lumber Co., Aycock. I lock box 62. Bagdad. Fla. 24oct6t RETURNS MADE. $1300-Lots 16 to 20, block 1=8, New City. ,

:Florida. 24oct3t MONEY I $1300-AU of block 117 East King tract. !
PLACED AT INTEREST ON
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WANTED Bids for the immediate I READ DOWN S READ
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of two removal REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. II __ I $1500-For blocks 113 and %O},_West KingtorL I Trains Nos. UP
HELP WANTED-Good cook at once. I cottages from Woolsey to I S S Trains Nos.
Apply 820 N. Baylen street. 24octlw Warringtou. Address J. S. Hughes, War- WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVEST S 2 4 J 1

. rington, Fla 23octl, w. IN PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU I We siw! you free of charge any property ll:0&pmIli:5SamI Lv..Pensaco1a..n..............Ar :{ aiT',
:W.ANTED-An experienced nurse for EITHER. S S listed wittt-us. 4:30am itpm! Ar..MontgomelT.................Lv ':35pre)1Il: 11
young baby. Apply to Mrs. Max L. WANTED-Good room with bath at- WANT TO SELL Y'OUR PROPERTY $4500For Fire and tornado Insurance.' 11:45am: ':10pm Ai.............._.Birmngham..Lv. 4pm() : 8:33::.:J
Bear 813 N. Barcelona street. 24octlw tached. in first-class neighborhood:' will WE CAN SEL LIT. 'lSpml3:17am ..................!\ ........,......... 8:4.aml: bt.'i:
also take breakfast and if con- I
, WANTED-Two draymen. Apply at 8 venient. Address J. P. L.supper, P.. O. Box new two-story' room house with 8OOpnr[ 3.Siami Lv..Nashville......,........_.._Ar Sflam1 z: : ;JI
two halis two 1biamr LISarni ....... ..... .... !
and large galleries; en .
and 10 W. Intendencla street. 23oct 671. oct21 [fire Insurance 3:00am1 ::
Placed in artistic, up-to-date home with all modern ?;:4OamI2lOprnl: ; :::::::.::::::::.StLouis..Lv Z:4pyn S'u

WANTED-nraver. clock and Jewelry WAIo"TED-To rent a six-room 'house 'in First-Class Companies.. I improvements,. situated on car line Onhigh L'Sirown&CoM: 75Opmj'3ZaLv..NashThle.. ...... .....:.....Ar 3lam U.a.lI

repairer wlta tools. State experience. a desirable neighborhood by a permanent 1 point overlooking the bay. at south' 2:10am. 8:30am 1 ................... ............n.Lv \12bam ':I";11
S age and MJMT expected. The O. K. tenant Address Box 103, City. west street.corner of 16th..avenue SS and Jackson 7OamI10Qn'n Ar....... ..........C1nclnnatl.......... .......Lv 1l.0Opm6:0pn;
Drug Store, rwrala Ala. Ooct 19octlm .
"WE SELL [LOTS.

WANTED- white girl to do office BROOKS BETWEEN PENSACOLA. MOBILE: ,ANIS NEW ORLEANS.
WANTED LESLIE E.
six-room to rent
cottage ; $3000 '
S Temple.work. AppV room No. 1. Masonic 19oct. willing to pay $23 and willing to take Phone! 918.. ; Thiesen Building S 6&7 2&3 4&1 1 S S 3&2 i&45&TS

two years' lease. Address Box 84, CIty.itoctiw ,S 7:00am 11:05pm 11:55am Lv.......... .......... &OOam 4:00pm :3'.lpna'
WANTED oook. For particulars. can Real Estate for an artistic: and up-to-date modern 6-room 10:45am 2:55am! 41pm Ar.Moblle..: ..........Lv r U4Qam U5Sam 2:35pna
and with all
hall -
at 14 East GOvernment street. 16oct2w"WANTED ,cottage West Chase conveniences 6:00pm 1:15am.8:1ipm Ar........ NewOrleans.Lv 8brm ........ '. :u
WANTED-A lady of experience desires on- street on car, FOR SALE. ;
:. : -Carpanters wanted. Apply position as stenographer; is accus- and insurance. line : ;- S
Godding Feiuttzer Company. 14oct tomed to office,work. and does neat. accurate : FLOMATON, PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.

work. Address "E. L.." General ---:- FOR SALE-One-haIt" interest In the O. Z1 I 5 I 1 I 3 I iisdo not stop at stations. :2
. Delivery, Evergreen ,Ala. ISoctlw Phone 462. 112 S. ..Palafox.MISCELLANEOUS. I r 4 I 6 : ZZ
Daily DaiIy!Dally malIy
Ala. 1 where time'Is. shown'
WANTED black- K. drug store. Plurals Purchaser no !Daily DaUY1 Daily Day::
smith and-First-class woodworker.carriage Good positionfor Money to loan at lowest market rate must be competent to manage business. ....... 4; za .iO Lv..flomaton..........Ar 12:45 1:25
WANTED-Second-hand roller-top desk ? of interest. Clean stock cash trade. H. H. Mc- ...... : %:3.. %:5S ......... !, S29
right man Address. John G. Welsh. ; real._estate in this :Century......_...... 12:40/ 11 111. .. .
Mortgages city
must be to good condition. Apply S. on Dojgald Proprietor. 20oct ...... &:'SI' %:41 ). ... .. .
Carriage; Works, Pensacola Fla. 9oct trw bought and sold. ,. 3:05.. .. .B.ia1f Springs ......... %;: 1:15 .
A. Friedman. : .. ...... ; 2.51 ,.3:20 :... .. 8151'
All of the Maxent Tract west of C" .. :.McDavid ..........,... %: %' 1:15 .
DR. A. W. street for sale. PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The ...... ; 3:04 .::361 .'.......Pine Barren............I.1. %; 1Z;; 7:55.. .
,WANTED competent nurse. 701 North WANTED-All kinds beer bottles. I pay HERMAN. Chiropodist.. now ;- Journal-a magnificently Illustratedmagazine ...... 5:39 3:13 .3.601 ............lIo11no ............ : \ 12:43 7:41 .. .
301 Brent \
: Palafox St. 7oct ISo'dozen. I handle all leading brands room' Building 3d floor. .AUcorns. '. containing scores of views of ...... -SU ..... ...:041 ......;.;... :.Quintette............ .. : .12:34 -7:39.. .
bunions. nails .
of wines 'beers and whiskies. and still ingrowing removed u' the city and harbor. For sale -.t all ...... .5:53 .364:11 ...........COttage Hill .......... .-l1U ..1jU, .
WANTED-At once. white nurse for chil manufacture that ,well-established cough scientifically without pain. Manicuring f book stores or at The journal office. By ...... ..5:51 1:23 .4:15 ..........Cantonement.......... -11:4 1:26 ..
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26. medicine. Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand a specialty. 24octlm mall. 20 cents. llsept ...... .6:013:34. -4:%: .. ..........GonzaJe.J.:............. .-11:35.121, ..1:6.'l:31I.. .. ..
Government Sts. lloct ...... .6:03 .3:36 .4Z: ..._...;. .. "
.P.oberts........ .... .11:331.12:13 .i:2fr .
WANTED At several carrier TREES-Shade. ornamental or fruit Fisher Real Estate Agency FOR SALE-A pottery, works with steam ...... ..6:15 .3:43:; ..:41).. ,..............Ol1ve........._.;.. -. : .12:09 .1:11; "..
S bo74A at once.this office. AIo"TED-Flrst-class hat cleaning. Old trees of all kinds: also hedge plants'urnished engine steam drying room moulds ...... ':%1 .3:51. .4:48.. ...............Brent..'........... ..11.15.1204 .jl"; ,
17 hats made new. Cleaning pressingand and planted by S. D. Jackson COLLECTION OF' RENTS A and everything complete for carrying on ...... 6:23; 3:54; .152; ....... ... Gouldwg ............ ..Ul!\.12:01, ;:0:. .. I
blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. on terms to suit customers. Best refer- business, together with the finest bed of ...... 6:30 4.0v: ( 5.00, M....::.:... Pensacola. .......Lv 11:0 11..1: TONo.211 ,';
Panamas. 60c: Straws tic; Felt 35c; ; ences. Address S. D. Jackson City. SPECIALTY. pottery clay In Eacambia county. Located I ;
. BOARD AND ROOMS.TWO Derbys, 25c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten- 14octlm right in the city. Apply to or address .
I
dencia street. All come in. 6octlm Phone 87. 208! S. Palafox SL R. P. Reese. 16septf PMI.-I_I'_ S "I I j,I No5j_ (

ELEGANT ROOMS with WANTED ;AD owners or poultry to WAGON AND CARRIAGE SROPW'eare FOR SALE-Nice home good location for 5OO..J 1:00. ......... ......_.. : ............. :i
every know that now In our new quarters. 214 East S ......... 7:13 .......... .
convenience In private home North we are agents for the cele- chicken farm. Enquire Chas. Lorange. ..Bohemfa.._....,..... j.1 1
HilL Location choicest in city; with brated Donkey's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed Intendencia.' and prepared do every 1912 West Jackson. St. 10octl6t S 5:%% ..........I. 7:15 ...........GuR Polnt........... .10:33 ........... .!.ll'' 3
table board convenient. 714 North Bay- to cure rupe cnolera.gape and to thing in wagon and carriage building and S. 5S ...... .:... .>.. ............Ynlestra............. I.'i'. I
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S len CtTMt 24octlw : kill fleas lice and mites. Also theirwonderful repairing. E. L. Herring. City. 14oct THE STORMHas FOR SALE-Good mowing machine 5 ft. i ;.. 1J8 ....;....... \l'l0:38............ .I.If r
egg producer F. S. Mellen & out: one ten ft. self dump all steel C 7:25 .; ..........Mulat........;.... :'
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms. boated S 1:35 ....e......Gait CIty............ _
; convenient to business WANTED At' Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special two hot blast heating stoves bum coalor !
four five-room
seotlobi boat and first-class boarding once a or attention given to correct breathing and tank force 1:39 .....".MlIton............. 10:05...... _...._ tf.a
:Must wood: one pump capacity
cottage. be close in ari:: in good not affected t .nlues of Heal C ...... ...........Good ;.
houtt; fortthern Reasonable Miss Beatrice White takes minute Aermotor 5:29..i.. Uange." 1:43
exposure. neighborhood. Address 123 Care .Tour- placement. '1.bbl. per ; one wind mill; S .. 'h" :
rateftt i&odern conveniences. References naL pupils In primary piano. elocution and Estate in this city 100. The buildings twenty-inch foot 8:15..Holts..S; ti:
ezct& zts4. 302 North Spring street. 25sept dramatic art. Phone 1284. :Miss Caw- and wharves.that were destroyedwill I one 4 horse power Gas power Engine tInnt'r'sshear fine C ... .. ......... ........ ...... !I' J

21octlOtNICELf TAILORING-B.Gent's clothing L. Diamond. Tailor. thon; 810 Miss White. 14oct be replaced by more substantial double; barrel rifle hammerless 32-calbre shot. G gun E.;;Mar- S g...::::::.:::::: t::- .' :: : .:::::::::" .....:: ..:.:.::.::::: : ..r1
cleaned and lit
pressed repaired repeating Bard- 9:10. ......
FURNISHED BOOMS for rent .5 buildings. Pensacola has before it -.Mossy HtacI.......... ... '4jJ
short notice. .
on No. 11U West TARRANCE & ADAIRt Livery. De shar. Bluff Springs, Fla 26 Sept lm 935 .......DeFun1ak 8:33..
with or without board. Table board. pringa. ...;. 1
S Phone, ga and bath. No. 3 Palafox. Government St. Pensacola. Fla. Funlak; single or. double teams night the brightest: .fall of its future. I have S ':44. ..............Argyle............. .7f{.............. 6:43::
21octlm or day, new rigs, good service, polite made arrangements'to take all the FOR.S.A.LE-A barroom and all fixtures; ; ..........Ponce DeLec1n...... .. .
: 7J: .;. ... ...... 6:1
S WANTED R. Bingham wants yourmov'.nc drivers. Give us a trial. bone C9.6octlm.. property offered below Its market pool and billiard tables, etc. la a fine .. 9:57// .............Westville............ 7:1'i...., ... Ct
and hauling Ha location. At bargain if .
: FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 i guarantees a sold at once. ............Caryville._.......... 7:1' ... ..., ,
all breakage. Phone 630. value. If are afraid of Pensacola box 103. \ $ ;:
you Address City.
W. OhaM street. 21oct 23jept 1030.; ...............Bonifay............ '
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WANTED-Carriages repaired and DRAWINGS an kinds; Hull. Engine. Real Estate, bring it to me, I will buyIt FOR SALE-Four good schooners, 'suitable ; .. 10347. _............Ch.'pky............. ...-. .... : j
TWO nicety furnished front rooms for I : floats! built to order horse repainted Patent Office machine and misc. madeat from you.Some for lake' sound and ,rlvei. Address 8:33..a. 10.58 ., ..Aycock.... .... ... : : .4: -S
; 11:0. ........ ..
gentlemen; privilege of bath and phone, shoeing a specialty. J. Q. Welsh reasonable rates. Patentable ideM de- ""M" JournaL Cottondale--------a.. '1'
5L convenient to East Hill car line; fine lo-: Co.WANTEDThe. Carriage v ioped_' Sail boats, launches.. Addresa care Zlaug ..115 Mar1anna............ .3
cation. Address "Landlord" care The I W.C. McGowan..Pensacola. Fla., Sseptlm onex"In These. : ;; .............Cyprm.-.y.. "
FOR SALE-At a bargain, paying FurnIture :
Journal. ISoctlw 'It .. : ..........Grand Ridge.......... 1
i business at 138 Jntendencia St. 6.27..4
.Merchants, Transfer Co.wants I MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick A quarter block (5 lots) cor. 12th Address Box '325, City. bet ,, .. %: %. ..............Snea1.s.; :.....';...... ,- .3: .
TWO connecting rooms furnished suitable : your moving' and hauling. All furnished if desired. Guaranteed. and 18th ..115. .......Rlver JunctIon......... I ::3

S for light 662.near housekeeping business; excellent district. neighborhood Apply* i I breakage Proprietor.guaranteed.Phone 978. .T.. B. ThoT8f.D. I orders Carpet at taken Watson.up and Parker matting& _Reese. laid. Leave Co.'s. the street Bayou. one of avenue the highest, overlooking pointsIn AUTOMOBILE and In good condition or trade will: cell nearlynew or .. .. .' i10. M ....Jackson\'llie._ ... Lv i I .. .. .. Jl'

phone ISoctlw WANTED-AH kinds of electrical work. sept. New City, two blocks from car line trade for a good horse. Address J. C.Brashears. .
I sell an kinds of electrical batteriesand j. H. PORTER sailmaker. 'l11 South I very cheap at $1100.. Milton :Fla. locUm Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3'carry through sleeping car between Pens-
- ROOMS Good eating.AND BOARD Apply*:Mrs.for $3 Laura 50 per Comes week., i other electrical supplies When you Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. i[ A block 300 feet front on Bayou cola. and Jacksonville_ via. River Junction and Seaboard Air LIne.,
fl.Trains -
need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. Peake. awnings, camp cots I
200 West k mana. 17oct2w New Star Laundry Bldg. 11 Garden. etc. Prices ;: ie.and.bouse_ 31jan Texar. Beautiful shade trees waSn'ttouchedby FOR SALE or exchange: : for unimproved stop on signaL :- '
the .water.'and not single land In county, Fay-Sholes No. 7 typewriter
; ROOMS FOR RENT, with privilege of a ,,'practically new; 4x5 Premo S
i Second-ban camera
WANTED- sacks of all descriptions SHIP CHANDLERS-JJcKlnxle Oertlng -
light housekeeping: use of bath and I tree blown down. ..One of the prettiest -I and complete amateur photographicoutfit -. -- ---- -wA. 4
wanted. If out of town. ship & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers 4 ---
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson them to 118. if in town. ring us up at and grocers. Only Drat-class houseof sites jor a residence and the'ea!- worth .$40. Address "Exchange," FOR I
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4: or phone 1457. lloctlm 314 or bring them t. UP at corner kind In city. Fair prices to alL est lathe city of Pensacola, $5,000. Box,3. city. 21oct4t S SALE,. S ...ti ., FL-A. & ALA. RY.
j Chase. and Alcaniz Sts.. F. S.. Mellen o'l;
FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms. Co. : CARRIAGES 'repaired an", repainted. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINETa1lahaseF1
Can or address J. A. Blllingsley. 14 E. Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga Wanted. & Sons' piano In handsome rosewood FOR SALE-Lodging house 'corner of
; Government street. 16oct2w specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com case, 'A'bargain. Piano can be seen Palafox and Main streets known, as ; ., to Atlanta.
A' house In neighborhood at the Kitchen. I Dunn Lodging House. An established '
I 27feb good and by calling Kandy Soct.
MONEY TO! LOAN.HAVE -
FIRST-CLASS room and board by day. pany. S near business district for about business, everything complete a good Ga.
investment for the H.
week or month at 23 East Garden. I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie $3,000. FOR SALE Fine well grown Barred 400 S. Palafox., right man. Muller Hoot ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT

13oct2w YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank?I MinIs, Proprietor. Furniture repairing Rock Cockerels, March and April to
I I can get you 8 per cent on tbe best of all kinds carpets laid furniture List your property: with me for sate hatches. .3100 to $2.00; hens, list year'sreedera. FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply -
PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to possible security. 'Leslie E. Brooks 11:% packed for shipping. Phone 63 31.00 each. Mrs. lAssie E. to The Lewis Bear Co. Soot SouthY/est'Georgia and West
board on North Hill second door from South Palafox. oct29 Next to Tampa, landing. 22aprU Hughes. Chipley, Fla. 27septlm I
ear line. For particulars: address No. 8 -' "
t Florida.Via
Cast Strong. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE: FOR SALE-10,000 acresround timber SECONP-HAND SAFE for sale used .
12octlm MONET LOANED on real estate and
Mattresses made to order; old ones land. 12,500 saw mill timber and sawmill only one year. Address P. O. Box 492.
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished personal property on short notice. renovated. New ticks furnished. Second J. W Bullock Jr. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several W. S. Hooton. E. Intendencia. Toot
S rooms Terms easy. J. W. Bullard 2SH South good. farms and town properties. Steamer Lines Carrabelle,
. for rent for light housekeeping. Phone Palafox St. Phone 1144. hand furniture bought and sold. Up-, Write Gentry & Settertlnd. ,
1102 or apply room 3, ,".04% South Pala- bolstering and repairing done. 114 E. S Chlpley, Fla.t .- TWO FINE YOUNG 'HEIFERS for sale.
fox lloct I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight Belmont St., city. Phone 771.'. Davis 23sept call at the Clutter Music House for information Fla.
per cent. If you have any that you :Mfg. Co. C. T. Paris. Mgr.H. Real Estate and' Mortgage Loans BUILDING MATERIAL of all regarding them. 21octlw
grades and
: FOR RENT-Rooms cheap real newly want Interest on. see me about It. It kinds fast. GA. ;FLA/&ALA.kY.
going Dressed lumber
ALFMAN Tin. Copper
and Sheet at -
i clean furnished rooms suitable for Sts. FOR SA.LE-"Blacksmlth .
. will be safe real Cor. Government shop and dw'eiling.
absolutely on estate -
cornice work $13 and Rough at $10 and
Worker and
light housekeeping on the bilL Location security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462.: Iron ; skylights up. up. Phone excellent location near If* factory Low: rates, quick service to Tall hU'
order to Joel ;
specialty roofing and : your Frater 310
a ; guttering -ihu Baylen
high and healthy. Close to car line. I good trade large lot. good see and -Qumey. Fla.. Bainbridge Arlington
, repairing. 315 South Palafo St. Phone street wharf, who can fin your,order at water reason-
Privilege of phone and gas. 314 Box 173. 637 and Cuthbert
Apply B. MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows 2junelm once,. ISoctlw able terms at Marianna. Fla: Address Ga.
; Strong. Phone 1213. lOaug money from Jno. A. Hall & Co 14V{ 1316. W. E. Taylor, Chlpley,. Fla. lOoctlm For Rates and Information write to

E. Government St.. When in need call J.H;. McWILLIAMS .
FOR RENT OB. cr two newly furnished on us. ,
S front rooms: southern exposure; withprivilege Q .F.;' $. P. Bainbridge, GaPensacola .

of phone. Vo. J18. Location 'I MONEY LOANED on an kinds of per LOST.
desirable and near business center, 422 sonal property on short notice. Terms WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. --- --
.W. Gregory. 2lsepuntEDUCATIONAL. easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romana. .. .
Phone 1165. itch LOST-Between. the Escambia hotel and
.... Wm. Johnson" --Son' store; one peari St. Andrews and
UNLIMITED amount of money to loan crescent brooch. A liberal reward wid be .
On all kinds of personal property. Special Send it to 'The'Journal.office day or night. When you need help have anythingto paid for Its return to.the millinery department -, S Gulf Steamship Co.
rates to business men on large of Wm-'Johnson & Son.\23oct ,

loans. The New York Loan Co., 204 i4 sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything try want _ad. They do the S v STEAMER TARPON.
South Palafox.THOS .
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MRS. TOLL BARTON MASON win open LO6T-One white and dark brown spotted S. -- W. G. BARROW Master.
: a school of Shorthand and Typewriting work. S pointer dog; answers to. name of, FIRST-CLASS PASS GOR1)
;S October 10. Apply either at 314 S. Al- PEBLKY-Real Estate and Loans. ; "Bruce." Finder return to T., E. John FREIGHT SERVICE.

cants or Typewriter Exchange. 313 I Sts.Up-stairs. corner Palafox- and Romana .. son at Bass .& Co/a,, and, receive rei -Between-._
Brent building. 2ocUm 12septlm ward. ?, Oct20tf PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA -

GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate CARRABEU.E. ST. ANCREWS. '
; HISS of .
LOST-Between Stoddart's '
Knox College. Illinois and Ferris ; SIX ORDINARY- WORDS MAKE : ONE. LINE. mill pond red avenue and'Tamer's MILLVILLE.And .
a blanket Carrabell -
5 with all points on St. Andrews Bay
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Mich. win HOTELS. I
: Kindergarten College open 'J black stripe and letter "PWrVed to ,- and ApalachicoU.
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and Primary School. October
'S Kindergarten > corner. Please return to Office No. SCHEDULE.
: L at her home. 813 12th street : S building 10 ra.
Salisbury 30
BRIGGS HOUSE S s'S or 1218 'East 13th Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8: p.
Terms, $3.00 per month JSseplm -300 feet west of Union ; S street.
Depot on Wright street; best location U"-. 20oct4t for Mobile. Ala.
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S-S Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, t 30 p. rotor
best rooms; beet house
to
SOc per day. stop at. Rates : LOST-Ship boat, marked oa.ch'T" St. Andrews. Millvllle Apalachlcr:

I 21octlm S .: : .t '" of Knngsbacka. In stem: wa.'lost from CarrabeTto and intermediate points.

BARBER SHOPS._ BROWN HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs. : : : : S OctoW.alongside 190 my. ship Reward Saturday for return.night. 13th For additional Information J. R. SAUNOERS.E sonIC to.
Good beds airy rooms elegant meals; I to R PresidentGeneral
S S Andersen. Master Swed. .R. COBB.
f bark
f MILTON-':'When visiting here have 'yourtonsorial free bath and sample rooms. Specla i "Noach snd Pass. Agt. Pen
Frt.
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work done by bm Mima WillIng -| attention to traveling men. Rates $%,00 : '. '; : > : VL"f: l oct S acola, Fla.
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f 45 hats street cleaned opposite and repaired.jafL Clothe Convenient and 11 J per day. *. B. Brown. Prop. S ; .,, -l-; 'S: : \ : : ; .' : : _

S 5 to hotels. Phone 63.; 2aog HOTEL 8OTHERN-Op.n all the. -
year. American and European plan. -;- : ;.> f. -J- FOR RENT. .
Special mimmw rates. First-clan In -" 1.- '
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every .respect Pleasant and conven, .0 ,;, ; : THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES
I FOB RENT-Some tics stores on East .. .. *5
FOUND. lent. Mr*. T. L. Bowen. Prop. Pensa. Government Editorial Rooms. .. -
street
cola. Fla. ISap _S'S: S : : ." ; :S ..: B 'r: : _S Fisher .Real Estate .Agency., cheap rent. UuJy The Business Office.' .. .. .. .. ..I50*
The Journal

- FOUND-A steps Sunday.bunch October of keys 14.on Owner postofflce can BAY HOTEL-ORen- plan. dooms night light and and day.clean.European v Rales-The, rate.on. a want ad filling. the above space is 25 cents first insertionand FOR room RENT-A.for rent' R.suitable Blngham has ctorac' during To communicate the, day time with use the business

get same by.proving property and paying Transient trade 110 cited. 575-679 South for furniture office phoI No. )500.() To communicate
for consecutive insertiort Send cash or other good 104 and 2.
with 101
for this.ad iSoctS Palafox.. Jot. S.'Nlcolau. Prop. 5 cents a !day: a kadditional the ad. ra.(0r4 atrMt. Phon_ ; $33. South Tar. with-.The Journal at night set

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SHIPPING tNEWS f :c-.... RKErHPORT{ [ ,.Haw 'Our Acmef' Double Flint H" DIRECTORY



Coated. .,Asphalt Booting Excels ft'I

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.PROFESSIONAL.T.
-- Pure. NAVAL TORIS. 1. made from the best Wool Felt. -
Cleared. Savannah Ga.. Oct. 24.-The naval SatvaUd and coated under a new process with Asphalt. -
E. O. Saltmarsh. Br' stores market closed today as follows: Is a robber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. G. YATES M. !D. I
means' ss, ttogers. %31D. .. Coated on both sides with Silicate. -
A drink that' % for Liverpool *with S.800 square bales WW ..................,..:.............1.00 Eta the action of vapor adds and fire. -
cotton %,;100, round ....... ............... -
btfes cotton. 22 hhds WG .......... ; s soN Not affscted by heat or cold. ;:
new vim. vigor and cou ... leaf .tobacco. 156 6k8shuttleblocks, 70,000 i ......................,...........510.. The roofing that never leaks. Optician.

age. Keeps ativc the fire s ber.ft walnut. a lumber0ooe ft pine lumber.* ft oak him. M IC :'.::::::.=.:::::::..:-:.':::::::::::::.4.75.4.90 Easily affixed.The of twenty years It to be 306 Thiesen -

((1 of youth and gives' Steamships. I ............ .........................4.40 exeC= on the market proves the best Building. ._ :
.. .. ........................4.30F T
11 that Uhappyfeel! Acacia, Br PS Ttomas G' .... .. .: Put up in rolls 32 inches wide and 40 feet t Inches long

ing of bygone -. I Ayres August t* Gulf Transit Co.1848 Buenos I E. :::::::.::...:.:::::.:...!.:::::..::..::::.420.4.15 ... containing 108 square feet. wrapped in heavy casing ;itToTa dflmaaoooa mvinrm y itt"--

i'.e ... Belmont Br ss. Clarke 296T. : D ,-........................................1.C APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. !
% -ue on Br Tyne to Gulf Transit Co. .1 I ..................... 'f'-* "'" ,......4.05Spirita L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. M.
SSr: Splnk" 128I Havana _
da"S.A master11 66\ 1 cents.
to turpentine 3Ply, 80 Ibs. per roll, complete. Homeopathic. ,
high- I
pure Benedict, 1 '
BI" Sa.
Roberta. 1758 Kingston -
grade article to S. P. Shotter COL 'i Local cotton Local Cotton quotations Market.burnished by 2-Ply 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. k> PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. I -' ,
I>egama. Br 88, Keene, %2J45 New Orleans f Office and Residence, 12 N. Palafox. '
that is' enormously to'A. A. Brown &; Co. J. p. O'Connor & Co..exporters and factors 1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete. -
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are as follows: C Hours: to11a.iru,1to5p.m. .
popular. RO Saltmarsh. Br ss. Ro' e1"8. 2319.: Good middling.......................1* Samples and Full Particllars Free. jo Phone 65. Itf\
I Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. Strict middling .,.....':'..;..:.........10% I 1.
.Meana Ida. tJsT Hreglich 2093, New Ore; Middling; ............3...-.-............10% Also 3,.. 2'and I-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and _9J ooJwJ 0 8 0 0 0 Q OJJ 00 0 8 80 000 -i !
I ALL GOOD Co. Strict low middling..103k Irui11la.tinK.PapeL. : -. S : t .
KirkfiUll. Br ss, Hinde, Colon to :
I DEALEKSSELL ilaster.Tapton. Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. Blount. 1 J1' _
DTOP' New York Cotton MarketOpen. Carolina Portland Cement Co. -
Br ss, Tratters 2300. Mon AUSFIELD )
p1 IT. tevideo to Master. High.' Low. Close & BLOUNT .j 1 \ _
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January ...10.89 11.03 1091 11.00 AtlanfaCa.Wftcher .
Tugela. Br as, 'Nch 11. 2141, Cardiff to March ....11.10 11.19 11.08 1L17 S Architects 'I"f ,
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IL Baa !.& Co.. May .......10.03 1124 1115 '1122 '
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312-314 Brent Bldg.. 43 Motes Bldg., .
Ships.Avantl.
BU.
1 "B & .
October ...1093 10.93 10 SS 1090 Penaato Fla. Montgomery Ala.
... !. Nor ship. Anderson, ius Lon* December ..10.92 10." 10.83 10.91 .


At1antaLIST .uoa Ferreira.master.to order.Port ship_ Barros,, 506. r Lisbonto Grain and Open.Provision High. Market.Low. Close.: .!. ,. ..... ....-......... ...II" ...I.................. WM. A. BORMANS, j 1 J.t.t I ;

Canada. "Br ship Spurr. 2237 Rio Wheat- : Superintendent .t. << _
Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. Open. High. Low. Close. Office' 309 Brent Building, :
Ingrid, Nor ship DanneU 1260.. .Antwerp December .....23k 73% 72% 72% t ,Pentacola. Fla. .- ;;
to licK. Oerting.&. Co. ", May ..........77% 70I% 77ft 71Corn %. ] -5- :
Lena: Ital .ship. Tassara: 1581. Londonto Zemurray Co.;>> tt.
order. .a : Open -.High. Low. Close. HICKS'CAPUDINE ;
Barks.:: December ..42%% 42% 42% 42% -'L 1

Afredo. Uruguayan bk. Maragas, 9S7, RYE'I :May ..........43.% 43I% 4314 43% F4
: :l
OF CLERKS Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. Oata- Commission Brokers. ,
Alfhlld. Swed bk,. Svensen, 1332 Dur- Open. .High. Low. Close.: I
ban to master.! December ....32 h 33% 32% 33% S L IOIDuIIu cna !
Andrea. Nor bk, Quale. 114, Durban to :May ..........34% 34% 34% 34.% HEADACHES 1Ur1Jn
AND INSPECTORS master. -
Pensacola New Orleans
Avon. Ital bit. Avegno 1477 Genoa to New York Stock Market. and tt4? -
master. WESTHEIHER SONS Son. Pac. .................... 93 93 COLDS t.1HII. t.
Campbell Nor bk. Hausken, 1100. WUWNAn.O. LOVtSV.Ur..lVY. IT.JOSWSI, Copper .......;...........;,114% 114% II W. IntendencU.. 82O Common. la'ie laB.....
Stavanger to McIC. Oerting &; Co. A. S. R. ......,.............134 133% I$0kkw5sm J '
CHOSEN BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Chacm, Nor bk, Jorgensen, 657, Atchison ...................101% lOlfcA. I S
Fleetwood to order.. R. .............;........156)4 15B. Stocks Grain Provisions 1rJ
TO CONDUCT THE Hereford Nor bk, Jensen 1880, Rosario' MEM IRAN BROS.CO .- R. .T. ....,............... II 78% Cotton f.'
to order. B. & ,O. .. ..............,....119 119% SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA {
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NOVEMBER ELECTION.: Heimdal. Nor bk, He-sen. 1354.Hull Erie ..................-i.... 44% 44% bought nd sold on margin OP fo.lnve.t ent. i..
to order. : "uf C. F. L .........,u..n..... 64% S3
Humberto, :S'paJl.. .bk,, 1111, Battle Havana "" : :STILlS'UDPE U. S. ...................... 47% 47tt LODGE. NO. 3. 4 i 4'
r tq order. $1J"t U. S. Pref. ...............108% 106% -Town Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P. I
Out-o Orders Given
Isabel" Browne,,Rus bk Lindqulst, 1231 R. S. ....__................ 36% 36% Special Attention. meets every Monday evening at 7.30 '1, 1
Precinct No. 1-D. 1[. Cherry._ James Hull to master < .1.1 L. &. N. .................;14J 146% o'clock at their temporary Castle RaIl :
Jones. C.V.. Andrews, inspectors; A. Kink Oscar II Nor bk, Johnson 7S2, 61'I Lead ........................ 78% 75ALP. over Pou's stable West Intendencla St.. l,i'' : i
Ben ton. clerk. Rosario to A. ZeUus. : ....................... 95 95 Direct Private Wires. :Telephone No. 1173. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.:' ,
Precinct No. 2 Flojd Athey. K C. Mll- Lilla, Nor bl:. Aanonsen. 1030; Santosto I. C. .......................178% 173 HORSE.. tt CENNABD. C. G. ,01"t 1 .
Ire. J. F. Helton Inspectors; W. H. White, order. Can.' Pac. ................174%" 176)4 H. K. of R. & S, r
clerk. Lluis, Uruguayan bk. Lopez, 700. Havana N. Y. C. ..................129% 111) "
Precinct No. 3-W. W. KIrksy Harry to order. P. O ..........,........... 89 89% .......... ... .............. ....................... KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. _
Lewis. }. G. Brewton inspectors; G. A. Maria Ger bk. French, 1922. Kings Reading ............?......145 144% Meetings of the .
;Jlorrill clerk. Lynn to master. St. Pot .............,........171% 171% Knights of Columbus i '
Precinct No. 4-John Longren, E. Pad- Negpore. Nor bk. Ojerdsen> 1128. East RI. ....................... 27ft S7% are held at their hall. : h
gett Will Briggs, inspectors; John Gates, London to A..Zelius. S. R. ....................... 34 34% iJo. < West InUndca- ::
clerk- Noach VI. Swed bk, Burgfeldt, 1260 T. a L ..................168% 16514 eta street on every !;:
Precinct No. 5J. C. Cowan. Alex. Port Natal to order. I Penna. ....................141% 1'1" Monday evening at T:30 _
Webb, \\'. A. Waters, inspectors. Jas. Oln-ari. Ital bk Costa, Genoa to or- V. P. .......................184% 184% o'clock. .An .invita- .t' a
}ii rhol&en. clerk. lion la extended to I l

Jackson.Precinct Alex.No. 6-Thos.:McVoy inspectors Davison ;C.Ollie H. der.to Superb.A. Zellus Nor&bk.Co.. Ulich 1934 Antwerp*- f Witcher Zemurray Letter.thf.eotg d. .Co.'. DI| Cotton We Desire The Small Account Tistttn JOHN Knights.B. JONE3.J. t I I. i _

Jennings, tlerk. 3. LEONARD Grand Knight t .
Oct 28.-New York opened
Precinct! No. 7 A. P Nlcholsen, J. O'Ward Schooners. with January at 1099 and oldie Earner Recorder.
: B. A. Tucker, inspectors; C. M. Donna Christina.,, Am'sen, McLeod 165,. December at 10 90. Soon after the open- Wage and :
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Wiggins, clerk.1recinet Belize to master. DAUGHTERS REBECCA. I
BLUFF ing January reached 11.OS, which was
'o. 8-Taj lor Crabtree. A. Domira. Br sch. Reddle. 2001 St. Lucle I SPRINGS I the highest point of the day. Although Naomi Lodge, No. 10. Daugbten"of' "
L. Mathias, A. Fleming, inspectors; J. L. to master. ,I considerable trading was done during the Householderjust Rebecca meets every Monday, night at .f
ilcCallum. clerk. Freddie Heucken, Am ch, Bryant, .475 session the market showed but small 8 o'clock In L 0. O. F. haQ. \Uitlnc '
Precinct No. 9-.J. A. Gilmore, M. Stur- Havana: to master. fluctuations, the trade apparently awaitIng sisters cordially Invited to be present !
riUant J. T. Flllinglm inspectors; P. M. :MRS J. T. POLUAM N. 0. :
clerk.Precinct Special to The Joumat. the government's figure. on cotton MRS. HATTIE Sec.
Prtchett. NEVILLE
Lest We
I
ginned
No. 10-J. T. Rigsby Burgess Bluff Springs Oct. 23<-We nave .before either taking side. The any low decided point position for much the ol the' f
Bry rs. C. J. Ward inspectors; A. T. forget-Baby is restless can't ,sleepat on -as as larger patronage RATH BON H LODGE NO. 30. r-
now had time January 10.-t-and reached
to realize the ful was was soon
Rice clerk.Precinct. night *on't eat cries spasmodically. extent after from which time the market business and amount will Rathbone Lodge No. 30, Knights ofPythias :
of the noon man corporation. Any
damage to the 9
No. 11-.1. W. Emmons. W. C. crops by recent meets every Thursday night at
Williams! W. L. :Mlms. inspectors; J. B. A bottle 'of"hite's Cream storm. The greatest damage is ruled steadily upward, January closing- with and if Castle HalL Members of sister lodges !'
Stewart, clerk.Precinct Vermifuge never fails to cure. Every steady at 11. open a checking account us, even and visiting brethren cordially! Invited
> to the f
cotton fully one-third of which The cotton marCtat present Is :,
:-0. 12-J. N. Andrews. W. L. very to attend. 3. M. ROPES. C. C. :
:lloer.! F. F. Bingham inspectors; CV E. mother should give her baby "White'sCream will be lost to the farmers in this sensitive to weather conditions and you find :it necessary to use all of your money, C. J. LEVKT, K. R. & S. ,:
\Viison.! clerk.Precinct Vermifuge. So many times section.. Not only was the open cotton rain with cooler 'weather is predictedfor bills check which when returned
No. 13 iTho*. W. Kent Jas C. when the baby Is pale and fretful blown out. the the eastern portion of .the cotton pay all by to M- E. B. A. No. 51. meets first and
and
ground
on. belt for to-day, and tomorrow.It
Clark. Otto White, inspectors; Julius the mother does not know what to We furnish third Wednesday evenings at 7.30 p. m.. j
JlenXo clerk. do. ruined but the remaining green boleson is reported tbat-JTheodore. Price is you, are legal receipts. you a neat RaSord Hall. No. 10. West Intendencla I

Precinct No. 14-Jos. Brown, Dixon B. A bottle of this medicine. would bring the stalk were so affected that ending out bullish circulars on the exIsting little check book in which to clean recordof street. A. G. FLLFree.
keep
'Daniels Reed Sr.clerk.Precinct. John O'Brien. inspectors.; Abe color to his cheeks and laughter to most of them rotted 'and if they a report conditions on the cotton and, ginned.that he whleh will Issue will. .. a J. L. SWEENET.: Secy. tl .

No 15-T. S. Caro, Phil San his eyes. Give it a trial. opened the lint looked smutty and It is believed, bef- 'a decidedly- bullishcharacter. all your ,payments. PENACOLAL000ENO.4I.O.OF. .. .
chez, James Whitehead, inspectors; J. K.Rtera the seed was not matured. But it is ** Pensacola IxxUe No. 4, L O. 0. ,1".. .r ..
clerk.Prt'CfrLCt '*' Messrs. NordenCo.., are out to-day meets every Thursday evening at 7.30 \!
: THE PERSECUTED JEW. not so bad on men who own their t
Xo 16-H. H. Batcher, Luke with an evtimate on the cotton yield, at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen Ij
flowt'rs.) Jas. Uutbird, inspectors; W. B. r farms for they: can pliw it i?; "* and put their figures attll.200,000. Conservative streets. Visiting brethren cordially In- ': i
JlubMrd. d'rk.JYecinct ; He I., K I. Claimed,the Mod "piritun2 fertilize this land but it is hard oa people l nave estimated the Tited. B. R. WTTKOVSKY, N. G
No 17-J. E. Spoon. A."Y.. renters amount needed consumption this yearat A. KERLB.: Secretary .H.I
JUam Alive. as they loose it hhAtUJ: "
Majors, Hiram Suggs, : 12,000,000. If their figures are rightwe _
inspectors T. N. w.ow.
Adartis clerk.1"ecinct ; The Jew is said to hare what la t Tho corn is more or less damaged shall actuaIlrnredmore than 11,200- NATIONAL BANKOF Live Oak Camp No. 1. w. O. W.. ]
No IS-J. W. Bowman. J, A known as the'commercial instinct" : by lying on the ground in the -continued 000 to supply the demand. The movement FIRST meets in Pythian ban the 1st and 3rd )
'Williams.I H. C Johnson, inspectors; T. I rain following the storm but :a oC cotton.*- ontinues to be on a Wednesdays in each month. Visiting i i
J Cushion, clerk. said Oscar S. Straus. "Hume tells us fair heavy scale, the port receipts for todaybeing sovereigns cordially Invited. f,
will fce realized the' *
Precinct No 19-A. B. Fillinglm F. M. that under Richard I. COO: Jews sought ; crop as corn 111.712 agaoist, 62,926 last year. PENSACOLA. FLA. F. A. BOGHJCH. a a .
\V t crop was extra good. The Spo.trin New Yftrk are down 10 points
oo.J. E. A. I Hall Inspectors J. B< pea crop LESLIE R BROOKS Clerk.EVANSVILLE. '
Cooper. clerk.PrC"tlnct safety in,the castle.of York, where,'not is all ruined and as very little had from t yesterday's Quotation, middling be- 1

Xo 20-W. M.. :McCurdy, M. being strong enough for.defense they been picked! they were blown cff and ing quoted at 11:15. Quiet. Designated Depositary of the United States. ::. :
F Martin,
Bill ,
Mark ilcCurty, clerk.Newberry inspectors; killed their wives and children threw t, rotted. Sugar. cane is badly hurt >- 'Joltors1 Caesar., ..i :i :
f
Precinct Xo 21-John Ball, :M. E. Hen- the bodies the walls into the mob being blown down broken off and theroots '
over )vas a man of nerve-but slcldess lien .W. H. Knowles, President. W. K. Hyer Jr.. Vice-President and CasUer. & :r
derson.Vaujhan.J. clerk A. Patterson 7, inspectors; C. R below and setting fire to the castle, t. pried up so the. growth is cut its mark and he' became- aged before Thos. W.. Brent Ass-t CasUer. W. N. Roberts. Au't Cashier. .

Precinct No. 22-W. !ol. Bowman, E. N. were themselves burned alive. The off. his time. Sickness Is often causedby Directors F..C. Brent W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K. Hyer Jr., .
Jemigan. J. 1L King inspectors W. H.Mayo There was a good acorn in f .
clerk. : gentry owing money to the Jews has- I the woods but the wind blew crop a torpid liver;,' Ilerblne wilj. regulate D. G. Brent. TERRE HAUTERAILROAD _

Precinct No. 3-1L. G. Kellum. P. W. tened to the cathedral where their manyof your liver and, give you health. -
Bowman. W. .1. Kellum inspectors R. J. the nuts off: and they continue to
; bonds or promissory notes were kept:, Mrs. Carrie Austfn HoHon, Kansas,
Frjrmour clerk.Seasonable fall but are not matured. The razor -i
writes: "I consider Herbine the besimedicine"
and made bonfire before the I
altar.
a backs are hustling for taem' just the '

Goods at remarkably The compiler of the 'Annals of Waver- same. A good acorn crop goes a long without It.I"ever. heard, of. I am never- THE DIRECT LINE TOCHICAGO i; i iI

low prices thfs Icy in relating the.event,' Hume says way in the pork business. c.W. 10HI PFEIFFCR. AMFt'lM CtlhlM. n

j I blesses the Almighty; for thus delivering Farmers are alT trying to save 'I'JII. nvea4e, ,M.E.CURK.VtctPdent eB!Md Cuhltr. X W.ANDREWS.Assistant CwMar.
Uos.sfh.eld
week, at the Watson, Parker : over this impious race to destruc what little cottop was left. The price
How households nave at hand
& Reese tion.' History blazes'with such storiesof 1 is imprpving and it may .be' we are many and all points in the ;'
Company's.Florida self sacrifice and barbarity. The }not'lturt so bad after all.!if we.can get & carefully compiled inventory of THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK : i
(better prices for what is left. household goods Not one In a hun- ,
commercial instinct in this particularcase ) North and Northwest. 'h :
i Health is excellent' around here. although dred. Yet such an inventory protects OF FfHSMCOLA, FLA. ,
appears to have been on the ether some few near the i 1
and Alabama swamp the householder In settlements with m- .
side. have chills to put in their idle time Building.
Buranca companies cad helps the adjuster Opera House .;
"Instead of the Jew being a natural Exceptionally Low Round ;
LAND COMPANYManufacturers Napoleon Bonapart. to make a fair settlement A DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
barterer, he Is the most spiritual man DESIGNATED
battle of residence Inventory nay be worth hundreds Trip Rates to all Summer
"alive. lie .hasbeen pounded throughthe showed at the Austerlitz, he ;. ,
ol ages. robbed and massacred but he was the greatest Leader in the world. or thousands dollars to the in- CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000.SURPLUS $69.000. Tourist Points. 7 I

and Dealers In i Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown sured. The compiling of an Inventory DIRECTORS.
yields neither bis traditions his
LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIM nor the public it is the best Liniment in is by just right the: doty: :of the man of '
aLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. ideals Had he been materialistic he the world. A quick cure for Rheumatism the house; yet It accurate records are 'Henry L, Covlngton Frank Reilly, F. E. Browner, D. H. Hillman, S.L Roger. '. I
I G. P.'F.. A. .. General Agent. -
would have sold out. long ago and W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. lAmar
Sprains. Barns Cuts ett. A.. C. to be kept It will be advisable for the J. M. PfeIffer, Evansville. tnd. NaihvIIIe, Tents
If he the T. F. McGowrin J. R. Sounders -
bought would
peace. Join Pitts Rodessa. La., says! : 'I used Ballard's Bryan Dunnody
women to attend to the matter.-Good W. ". Milton 0. E. M.ura.W. .
Greek church he would be safe in Rus Snow Liniment in my family A. M. Avery,

sia. Rather than do that he will walk and find It unexcelled for sore chest Housekeeping. _ U Cawlbon Dr. W. J. Hannah. McKenzie Oertlna

COffEE into the jaws of hell. Therefore I say headache corns in fact anything that Alex McGowIn C. M. Covlnaton, M. E. Clark '

that be is spiritualistic or idealistic can b6 reached by liniment." :An easy Band and Ron satisfactory Tacks. way of frilly (IIUIl151I fez mlt .tUG, }W9 hid |ISiIO the year rrivafi apartment, )SOHERN[ N [EXPRESS[ ij.

rather than practical material WereI Seasonable makIng the hand run tucks Is to mark In ccsnechon: lor Hit cooveoienct ol customer :
We are the Pioneer to choose a family_that would live I Goods at. remarkably I -
and the tucks on the sewing machine with Four percent interest Paid on Tim Deposits. "
would have it meet hardships per- low prices thh.week .
Coffee Roasters of ; the attachment which comes for that
> secutions. Were I to thoose: one to die '
West Florida. I 'would give 'it:pleasure and luxury. at the Watson, -Parker. purpose, using a coarse needle, but DO .

The ,Jew denied his civil rights despoiled I & Reese Company's. S thread and afterward running by hand
In the holes made by the machine nee :
property and I
of hIs scourged, '
murdered. has only been made tougher The Forbes 'lano. .. dle._ In this way the stitches may be ;THE; CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK f

UUGH'SBLENDS r This made perfectly even, and the methodof
j is magnificent
and longer _lived., His.nemies'. have! a piano in every ; '
given him strength and trained him detail of construction, and will compare creasing the tucks is much simpler PENSACOLA !

most admirably for the battle of lIfe favorably with any other on the than that of measuring each tuck. Safe' and Conservative fo all parts of the country. 11 ,.
Business Conducted on a
market It has been General Banking
thoroughly tested .
have no equal. A trial no matter in..what part of the.world. Basis.
out all '
over the
and has :
country
will 1 fortune may .lead himj*-New York. the commendation of alL "Be received The Kitchen Slake :. 4'

convince the con- World. sure and see it before buying a piano.:! Unless frequently flushed with a L Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.! J The Southern Express Company : -

noisseur that E. E. powerful solvent to remove.the grease _
we To Clean Glass Globes.. FORBES PIANO CO: receives and forwards freight, .
P. A. HE.' the kitchen sink will clog. A strong < .
DRIX.
them -
To cleanglass globes wash and valuables of all
make detcrip-
no extravagant Pensacola solution of washing soda made with money,
which little Representatlve.I "
with soap and water to a boiling water is most effectual and tins.0. fJl parts of the country, ;
claims. salts of lemon has been, added. The City Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
.. the ground should be used very hot Immediately with connections for Canada, Yexf'f! 'f-ij f
!;
great difficulty of getting with i Denomination $1 XXLOO each. Dated January 1st 1906. Maturing January 1st,,
look white Is following a thorough cleaning 1926. Interest Payable SemiAnnually.WE Havana Cuba, European points, :
portion of the globe to I latfi.- Redeemable Jan. 1st. 3o, ;
Wholesale and RetailGROCERS is I warm soapsuds. Prepare a sufficient I OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE,, ..'1//
the roughness
that In
grease settling LACE CURTAINS IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT| PURCHASER. tic. i-
the drainpipe also I
water quantity that maybe --
hard to remove by soap and '
The Southern Express Company 41-

alone er the or even globes by*have the help been of soda.carefully Aft j LAUNDERED. thoroughly flushed.; The Peoples Bank of Pensacola,S operates on 30,000 miles of firstiass ; '


washed In'the manner recommendeddo i You will be safe inS Stocking Pensacola Fla. ; routes, and in connection with* :,;

and all kinds of Feed not dry them with'a cloth.but after_ It Is suggested that waxing the toe I ho Adams Express Company, onhrough ?.1: '-

allowing the water to run on them for sending us your lace. and heel of a stocking will diminish I way-bills with through :

Stuffs.Pluto awhile let them drain dry. I curtains to be laundef ed. the number of holes to be darned the I...,....... ... ... .. ...................... ... .. ...:,

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principle being the same as waxing ara and through messengers, per. -

Kerchief
Ornamental oversleeves 'to protectthe in handling them 'the stocking: over the darner, melt. a i: he largest system of the kind aLl ",
Water in savings bank ,at 4 _____
a __
dress sleeves wblleworking at a and they are returned paraffin candle and rub thoroughly Deposit your money > : 'he world. ? _

desk can be mad out of those pretty looking like new. 'the stocking rubbing It In smoothly : per ,cent., when the Pensacola Home and .Sayt Money Orders are sold lid '*'< (;

colored bordered handkerchiefs so numerous with the hand. Association will issue paid-up stock
Wholesale and Ret lL and Inexpensive in shops. CUtoff : ings you i gencIes of the Southern Express #i '

two of the corners and sew the ker- The Star Steam Ltaea About ti. Eyes.To : bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, 'jay- Company at reasonable hours Ito

>chief together' In' such'a manner that erase lines about the eyes; Anoint able semi-annually. S xipt is given and money is wf und- f .

New Co one no' in apoth with orange flower skin food place thr J. & R. M. GARY .1
Orleans Grocery I remaining corner. runs, Laundry 1 H. G. DeSILVA. A. GREENHUT R0011 d1IorderIsIost. I
S.cret.Jy.DirectorsH. -
above the elbow, while,the otherIs first finger on the eyelid dose to the : president. Vice-President. Treasurer.

wrist to form a nose outward just beyond the .' -O. DeSllva; A. Grevnhut Knowles Hyer, A. V. This is the cheapest way to send
'sweep
turned back at the 37 E. Garden st. >Phone"'114' Clubbs C. H. Dorr, O. E. Maura Sol Cahn. '
Jas. McHugh pointed cuff The, seam of.the over-. eye and come hack to the starting 43 South Palafox. tmall remittances by mail or .it rvise. ;.
I Pensacola Fla.
., sleeve runs up the,Inner'side of the S 'point; Bathe the eyeswith coM salt .

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Ia I 'PRINUETONMEN. NEWNUM8ERINtf5CHEMl ;Good :Cloth li




; Swagger, Smart, Snappy .IN: HUSlNES5$ :. FOR: I '. of stylish..quality.. ':, =



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:1 well dressed isn't j.;-* j.., ::---
:- Our youug Men's Suits possess all WO lO RIR.CARS : Being -(' j
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l ,_ : question of spending-a lot, .of :
the style found _
smart snappy on "
Jing
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,_ money-it's a' a'question' go T: --
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I Broadway-different from anything College Men ,(;Choose Business i- Gigantic Task to Relieve -to. the right, store. 1 iost'f:: .:?t1* :


;. any other merchants are showing. Rather,'Than Pro- x Confusion Now Being .' any store has fairly, good? -'?' "it ?,',.. 1L i.e i ,

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We have searched the market high fessional"Career. COut, .suits ,as far as thread. and' **-:, ', 4.i :; Vt y j
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and l low and they're thfc' best that Special to The JournaL .. :cloth are concernedgetting'= \J7
Princeton N. 'J., Oct. 23.-''Figureswnich Special to The journaL and real \yj kv
distinctive
have just been compiled from Philadelphia Pa. Oc 23.-As one _+- ,style a ,
;: the, American Dollar can buy. the new directory ot living graduatei" big facility in movingand taking care t -, I
and former students of Princeton of Its nearly a quarter of a wUHoa fit is,another matter. s .& '. -
_
.
University show that the -college freight and< passenger cars the Penn >-( '. :' ; ,_ t 4 : I

graduate of to-day is more and more slyvanla Railroad is having tuem .a HalVE
choosing a business ,rather I4ian. a renumbered. It Is a gigantic task : : But that's what .you.get i- :' .
Priced all the Way profess;onal career. These statistics one that will take fully a year ,to
show that nearly one-third of the Ilv* complete but when the work Is done I here at a..price you can easily' *
lug alumni of ,Princeton are in busi there will be none of the confusion '
From $10 to $35 ness. which has brought grief to the Pennsylvania's afford. In fact, you can't:. : ( :
The increasing 'number- of collegemen car record office and :car
who are entering and Influencing accountants of other roads. afford not to wear the kind: .: I
i business life America is one of the Troubles arose from the fact that q
marked changes that has "come over every: one' of the Individual. companies of clothes we 'sell The mere I ; ,
our educated population in the last which go to make up the PennsyLvania "

t twenty-five years. ,It Is ,not so long System had its own car num-. rise in your own estima- / "
bers. In addition to that the similarIty
ago that practically all boys sent to .
THE JOHN WHITE STORE college were destined fpr ,a profes- of the legends "Pennsylvania"" tion (and other's) that our_ ,, But
and
sional career-law, divinity, teaching, "Pennsylvania: Company, often
medCcine: journalism, engineering caused one name to be reported when SCHLOSS Clothes give you 4- :c; qIH: -
1 Specialists. in Men's and: Boys' Wear etc. But all this Is1 changed. the other should have been. In the ( te '

J Exclusive of the class of 1906 there cars system with there the same might number.be'eight and or if,ten the -that prosperous, well-! t c"j ,P"\
are 7,190 living alumni ,of Princeton.: <
Phone<225 205-207 8. PALAFOX Of small initials of individual ownershipwere 7 1 ERI-
the
6,522 classified according to. left out of a report lilere'was no groomed look-r-is the biggest
their occupation,- 2,285 are !fn bus '
nesSl.98,1n: the law:,924 In-the ministry meant.way of telling what car was really kind of a cash asset to I ( / J' FW

699, practis'ng! medicine, 433 .
J. need have. for teachers 290 engineers 104 journalists How Confusion Aross. any man. The picture shows \ t / I
terrors
no you I 50 ranching and farming: 50 For example, take the number 2015. .0:
a ,
; .aL WASH DAY if ,you send your washing to gentlemen of leisure 41 students, 34 It was a gondola car:,on tae Northern one SCHLOSS style. 'Many: ; i

in the army, 31 civil service, 26. ar Central, the Buffalo and Allegheny f1s
The New Method Laundry, ;i chitecture 19 chemists 10 artists, 9 Valley. the West. Jersey and Sea others costing from : :
PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prep. MM Vethol laundr. Bid.. W. RDM, VIA SL. authors 7 in the navy 5 librarians shore; it was a box'car on toe Phila- .
AGENTS WANTED. delphia. Baltimore &' Washington theP. icfitoss BROS.&CO.
4 musicians and 4 dentists. ;
_. _..H, ___ Among the living alumni tf: the' C. C. &: St. L.,'and the Erie and Our new stock $10.00 to $25.00. : fine Clothes Makers

.' classes Prior to 1841, whQ number 24, PIttsburg; and it was a coke car on of Winter Ovei- SEE THElI.WATSON -Bettuzore Uut four YorkAMERICAN N
: none is engaged In business .prior the Pennsylvania Railroad proper. If ,coatajuatta. far
1 to 1870 only 15 per'" ent., and ,priorI some agent sent In a report on '"Penn-j coon .
to 1860 only 5 per' cent. In the80's sylvanla 2.015" neglecting to men-
Strength I; the number of graduates following 'a tion the smaller initials, he might be I PARKER & REESE co. wat

; I: business career shows ,a' markedInI reporting on any one of the seven.... <::0, ,
When a Pennsylvania Railroad car .
I I crease, amounting to 25 per cent. This 10 .t
was reported as .a Pennsylvania Company -
] Percentage: remains practically the -
car, or when any car was not reported -I-- mo'I
:same for the alumni in the 90's.In '
FORVTHETAGED with all the lesser details it
j ii i the classes which have been'grad.- ass'Ian
caused vast deal of trouble and
a expense -
,uated since 1900. the Increase Is
As'a matter of fact the small I .-
i very marked, averaging SO per cent. initials of individual ownership were BUILDERS of
Growth 1! It is a fair presumption that there
overlooked and not reported in a majority
to'l
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will be'an increase instead. of a decrease of cases.' -' -

''1 1 I who will In the follow number a business''career.of students,' was To decided do away'to'with renumber: the confusion the entirecar it\ BREAK ALL RECORDS N.wit
the Young
For and that the tendency .of the timesto .y her
equipment both East and Westassigning
I educate a man fo business by to each lesser companY': "11, the
sending him to college for four yearsor cluded in the System certain series edab
: THESE two extremes of starter period will Increase rather ot:, consecutive numbers, thifr series TYelveStoIJBuilding Erected in Three. Months-Re-

A --life certainly demand exactly.those nourish- than diminish. being further divided-Bo as to indicate ", ? -i'. aT:
kind class, and capacity. The resultis markable Work Skyscraper Construction sto
: ing properties which are conveyed to the, system Seasonable Goods at remarkably that the number alone will tell all : in ;

by Acme Malt Tonic. It is a splendid liquid food low prices, this there is about a Ito know; as It I In New York City. -
can be identified by,-reference to the .
that does not tax the digestion, but whicli conveysa I week, at the Watson, Parker official list. ,'f' Inp'

maximum amount of nutrition in,minimum bulk. & Reese Company's.. It is a very Intricate and complexjob Special to The Journal. Hollow the is found to be much -.J"\ "II ,v.: '1/_(",_V'"
: New York, Oct. 23Three months
to get the new numerals on the the safest fireproofing for quick con-
It is purely vegetable and is highly: recommendedand cars. The' size of l 'can be realized ago there was nothing but a big holein struction. It sets very much more

widely used in practice by the best physiciansin !IADMITTED only when one considers that the cars the ground where the new buildin quickly than concrete-which, mustb P. Stone
: TO of Post to stand.
of a big railroad syst .n are scatteredover the Evening was left thirty days to be perfectly ,
the land. It is invaluable for growing: or undeveloped J the whole country many of them To-day on that spot stands the skeleton Safe In wintar it is very difficult

I: and for weak listless run-down I staying away from home" months. of a twelve story steel building. to deal with concrete whereas hollow -
childreni PRACTICEIIEREJ. even years_ Before such a one can be t The granite and cut stone work of '_ tile can be installed without difficulty -THE HABERDASHER EIC

; people renumbered of ,couijse.; It has to return -t one story Is in place, the hollow tile in almost any kind of weather.It .
to the PennsyxqjiiaSystem.] .floors and p rWlonf.! .of ,eight stories is
AT ALL EJtUGSTOIZS, OK DttECT ROM THB 9SXWKKY hollow tile which, has also madeit
MADE BY AdfX feXKWntO CO.. )tAO ,GA. E. DAVIS YONGE' \NOW' QUALIFIED ., Scheme! Workhig Rapidly.The are'Teady the plumbing l electric in- possible to put up Sanator Platt's'- MEN ARE LEARNING THAT B?
stallat'on and elevator construction U. S. Express:: Company building with
TO PRACTICE IN COURTSOF work Is now proceeding ery BY LIFE ASSURANCE
are well under way, and carpentersare' such great rapidity. ,
rapidly. The general plan for renumbering Incomes are maintained mortgage
STATE.: was mapped' out in the Penn now' putting in temporary stairways Although buildings like the new protected, debts secured. undevc;:pc:.' ..
I .1 sylvania offices at Altoona. A table and frames., :Although only home of the,Evening Post are-run up enterprises guarded business rcnicr .

J. E. Davis Yonge son of Hon. P. was made showing the original num started on August 1st, it is already in a very few months, they are not ed safe, investments. given pennanen an
ber of possible to get a definite impressionof in jerry built. They I value and capital preserved.. A poll:Tiifl
K. Yonge, has been admitted to practice every car, andthe new number any way are put J1Clh
in the courts of the state his license it was to, receive.besides the' kind, what: the new building will be like up to last. The ,Baltimore conflagration : THE EQUITABLE does all tl1!. hUll
--= --- --- -,- having been granted recentlyLy class and capacityThen:' copies .of when completely fin'shed.It : showed they could withstandfire and more'provides for the family after -
i..i ....i......... Judge Carter. presiding over the this table were sent to agents all is a striking example of the ; the San Francisco disaster your death. Send us your name. art

First Judicial District and the young over the System, etery oae being directed rapidity "with which skyscrapers are showed they could withstand both age !and address.KNOWLES '

: YOU CAN MOVE YOUR GAS i man will now enter actively into the to look out for unchanged cars now' putt Up! byf'Amtrican' builders. earthquake and fire. In act the big BROS.. Insurance In
; I HEATERS practice of his chosen profession.Mr. coming Into his territory and change The constant growth of business. requiring -I I steel and tile structures of New York art:
4 Yonge did not go before an examining them at once. The'result of this larger office accommodation.|Chicago,Baltimore and Pittsburg and 1IID
board of the bar1 for the pur. scheme has been that the new num- and the increasing value of' the land other large cities are not only exam- CLOTHES frter
ALL ABOUT OVER THE HOUSE j, pose of examination, owing to the fact Lers have been put'on with great des upon which ,bl? buildings.. must .be i pies;, |frapid. construction, but they CLEANED AND PRESSED.To .
that he had already been admitted to patch. erected have led'to a: demand for the ?!present the highest degree of per have your fall and winter,c;*":es
I : the bar in Georgia, and as this was To the passenger cars nelonging to utmost speed In building construction<< fection which American architects and cleaned, pressed and repaired, and p-i &
: \. :' sufficient. Judge Carter Immediately the lines east of Piltsburg are given so that time has become more Important builders have attained in the art of, good condition in, send line them to us VT.
00 everything that and anttlour
Issued a license upon application. the numbers 1 to 7.000 and tn thopy than cost In new buildings, every skyscraper. building! work. Ladles' work a specialt gus\ n!.
: Attaching them t.o' any fixture since'tlie,price of-j: One of Mr. Yonge's first cases to belonging to the Jines west of. PItts month's delay 1 meaning a loss of Uemen membership rates SI) ft
be placed on record was filed yesterday burg the numbers 7,01* to 10,009 The thousands of dollars in rentals or interest month. All.work tailed for and d< '>PT' J
Phone 1373
for
; 1 gas light and fuel is the same. In this, way you .: afternoon when, associated with freight cars are numbered from 10,001to UARRYTIIOMPSONLSCAPIDSTORM ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB,

.. can heat any part of your house with one heater. : Blount and Blount he filed a,damage 500,000 on the eastern lines and Architects and builders have met 9 E. INTENDENCfA STREET
:' claim for Thos. C. Watson & Co., in from 500,001 to 999,999 on the western this demand for speed by adoptingthe WALTER, ,MOULTON MANAGER
,. $3.25 puts a specially good he ter. t' the office of the clerk .of the. circuit 'lines .' steel type of construction which I

: court.NATURE'S. TotQake the task as easy as pos enables them to run up buildings! of tic
sible it was arranged that the largest reat height with amaz'ng rapidity. Opera: House 'tou
; ownership namely the Pennsylvania But the steel\ has to be protected from MESSAGE RECEIVED YESTERDAY

'J Pensacola Gas Company j Railroad proper, should carry the rust and' corrosion. likewise the ANNOUNCING,THAT HE HAD toby
WARNING lower numbers. This meant that In walls floors and nartitions and other Wednesday October 24.
: '1Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. the new scheme many cars would fall parts of the building! have to be absolutely -- PASSED THROUGH 1ty
into the fire, proof. To meet these conditions THE (
proper class, without having EMINENT COMEDIENNE
:...................................t.................' PENSACOLA PEOPLE ,MUST REC. to be renumbered.The I builders encase the steel inhollow SAFELY. FLORENCE DAViSAsslited !I.
; tile and bund! the floors and tb
cars are to repainted, too,
"' OGNIZE AND HEED !IT. but that Is, of necessity, much. slower pjjrtitlong' of tb' Fame material, no Harry Thompson a young man well by
CONSERVATIVE work than the renumbering. There time bavin* to be lost in waiting for known in this city where he has Elliott DexterA
.,H. 0. ANSON Kidney ills: come quietly- y&terinu.sly. are comparatively places whereit the t'le brickqto set or harden.: The many friends, passed through the Company of Well known New York 13l1

? CLOTHINGCor. can be done, while new numberscan I adoption of the steel and hollow tile storm In South Florida last week in Players, In the Exquisite
But nature always warns ,you be put on at pretty nearly any' type of construct'on: is one of the safety, although for a short time his Romantic Comedy
Palafox through the urine. station where there is a small paint. reasons why even th, biggest skyscrapers friends in this city were much "
and Maijri Streets. Notice the kidney secret'ons. I shop. When tb"! rfpalntinor is done: take less than a year to put worried. THE PLAYER MAID"By
See if the color is unhealthyIf : every car on tTe eastern lines will Mr. Thompson was formerly chief 1
there are settTfcss and sediment.! have the word "Pennsylvania" on the! engineer of the light house tender ( Louis Mallory)
I 3ButtonSquareCut Passages too frequent, scanty, pain: side above the number, and the let Laurel, which makes frequent trip to A Literary-Gem and a Dramatic Masterpiece -
tu!. ters '''P. R. R." on the end. On the I up.DON'T this city, but ot late he has been actIng -.1 Scintillating With Wit
It's time.then to 'use Doaa's Kidney western lines "Pennsylvania Lines"! SEND in the capacity of chief engineeron *I Complications Situations.and Ludicrous -
Sack. Pills. i will be 'the legend for the side of a I one of the steam barges- engaged Play l Ic Expensively Mounted With
Toward off Blight's disease or 'diabetes car. and "P. L." for the: end. in constructing the Flagler road. 1Th Scenic Effect and Hhoe BUlltl-
likr Generous. in; length j a perfect fit around : There was much lear felt for the ful Costumes So Ear.Dear tot
Doan's haxedonr greatwork in Pen safety of this and other barges and THE PLA.jhT.fTI' NEW YORK
'I neck and i, The Dramatic Flavor of Wall Street.It TOOK
; shoulders, and with a yesterday when a
sacola. YOUR MONEY paper arrived here
I of Wall d
f is the speculative: side j jI 1 toS.MORM. :
T. Tor'e1lseermsn: living at announcing that Harry Thompson of Prices 25c __
"Kuppenheimer" label. A ; ,_ i the a;
.. street that most appeals to imag
Florida I the St. Lucie had been
108 South Branca: St., says:1 drowned the
4k tailor-made suit without 'I am enjoy'mg: better 'health than I; ination. If we were dealing with that uneasiness increased, and telegrams j One Night Only, tip
have< had for months, a.nd I atttributeIt : I side of Wall street we should not lack, 4 were sent to Key West the home of
: :: :the tailor's.high pd e. to Doan's Kidney Pills. For more I I for authenticated cases of high dramatic AWAY the young'man. There was much relief -. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 'Yt
than two years I 'had difficulty with IDol I I favor, as, for example that of and joy when the reply came 1 :
kidneys causing me to get up several a youth of elght who ran $2 intoa that he was safe.KILLS..OFF. Helen Byron I:
Usa during the night and wh'ich was fortune of $200,000 In a few months '5 J,
1 Favorable full length, large lapels around very annoying. I tried a number of and was last heardof trying to pawn Buy ID Peosacola RATS I .. .IN.. .

: collar, square shoulders.! remedies but seemed to get no toiletllien his wife's engagement ring for |2:); Stearns' Electric Past is Sure Deathto ( f
I saw Doan's Kidney IFills adrertised Comic
The Military Opera.
that made
or of the farmer who several All Vermin.:
-_; I was feeling dull and miseve 1 have ,everything you want. and can
e et millions of dollars from a very scU It to you as cheap as you can get It Do not let rats and mice die In the
and could hardly g around' so I '
modest beginning slipped a check for anywhere: My stock Is now complete In house.
went to a drug store and secured a box I have 'Surgean'tKitty"
? every respect BiyclPhoDo Uee
Dark. Greys, striped or plain > dark blues After using th& first[box I telt a great i $300,000( under the,breakfast plate of rraphs. Records Baseballs. Foot Balls-, Roach Paste Steams and Electric Rat and (
-"" del better ton every war'and,by the each member of his family one mornIng -. Shot Guns Ammunition. Knives, Typewriters they will rush out
In unfinished worsteds of the house In
> <.' are Express \Vcgona, all sizes T nn1a. search of water and (
time I had ftnlsbed'the! second box II tore the checks up because within Golf- Sticks, Fishing Tackle Air soon die.Stearns'. c
t-: 4" recommended for the was cured. My rest iras not disturbed' an hour the riches iad become a mat-. Rifles. Boxing .Gloves Steer Traps. and Paste Is the (
and the dull miserable feeling last In fact everything that is usually! kept In most reliablerat
tights of
ter domestic strife and was an up-to-date and cockroach [
fall fashions. sporting goods store. destroyer that was
cYfQht1go ;b1Tb. .. vanished heard,of 'when one day he brought a. If you se my stock and get my prices, ever known. Sold under an absolute COMPANY OF 60
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Q4Iu.of KUPI"nhelmw Tot sale by all dealers j>r'ee 50 load of hay across tht'ferry from Staten -' rn will not send your ,money out of guarantee of perfect satisfaction. ,

t cents. Foster-MlUmrn Cb./Buffalo Island to New York and begged his St arns. Electric Paste is sold ,j
BUYABLE: AT. ,ilj New York sole agentsfor, the United every Girls Music,
;
where
town.F. oisent Catchy
Pretty
States. brokers to take It In lieu of marginsfor : prepaid on v recelpr'ofprice ,
Success..Magatine. B. BRUCE 2 oz. box %Se.;'U oz. box 100.: Costumes.
one more "trade. Imported
Remember the rwune-1)oan.-nd
iMi> $16to'$27 Sb t less 15 ct. ." Stearns' 'Electricr Paste Co., Buffalo 1
: pr take no oth& ,, ""-*._<,;"{''-,,, -_, :j.f --.,-.:_- ,_ NEW_ BRENT_ ILOING.. N. Y.. (formerly'Chicago, m.): Prices 25c to $1.50.T .-

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