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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 25, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX NO. 256 f1 '
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PENSACOllA. : OCTOBER: 25_ 1906.. PRICES, CENTS .



I ADRIFT ON THE WILL 'BE''THE SUCCESSOR OF t DEPUTY' CITY MARSHAL WATER. fRONT- PROPERTY- lifLi I t; ,


A 7TORIVE GENERAL111tJQ; :

7sc ,FRANK GETS: THE PLUM CAN BE HELD BY CITY ,{ lijl.


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, His Selection as ,Successor to Marshal Schad Will.Neces- ........ $.I '..'.I..I. .. of
: Is Opinion City Attorney; -1
T iiw.. J. BRYAN CLOSED *
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sitate Other-Changes in the Police Department. '
SCHOONER SUCCESSFUL TOUR.., Jones in Letter to -
e '
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Appointment Is Popular. By'Associated Press. Council.TUEzlNJUNCTIONS.

I -"J- :. Indianapolis Ind.. Oct. 24.-, 1: .
'* William J. ,Bryan closed a *
Deputy; Marshal ,Milton _B. .Frank, ed another ,promotion, placing him three day's tour of Indiana tonight *
Half a Dozen Men Strug at the head '$f the px)ice, department
who has held the;position of deputy, speaking at a mass*
: fou/jrears' of the city.Captain "' meeting at. Fort Ind.oS :-
for the past ,- :will, after. Warn
gling for Life off Frank wag. congratulated *
l tie- According to the democratic I
November 1, assume office: of city last night upon' appointment es-
$ .4 1. t managers, Mr. Bryan's presi I
Florida Coast. marshal, which, is to be, vacated,by peclaliy by ,the police force' 'of the ent tour through Indiana-was ,
Marshal Schad, wSoseTesIgnation. becity., .- .The latter desired a marshal *' 'one of the most successful in Obtained Against City Will -
comes effective oa that date., This selected from among the present ;years. *
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"was' decided! last night .when'.Mayor force and to, celebrate the event a Mr. Bryan' left for Ohio to- Be Dissolved. .j

VESSEL! Bliss sent the name ot the deputy chicken gumbo was enjoyed at the night where he will speak In *
UElPLESSIEut w the council for ccn'flrmaOon.! : station later in the night, to* which the,interest of the Democratic *

ta'. There were a large number pej- the mayor-and :a few friends were ticket DEPUTY MARSHAL MILTON B./
eons gathered In the, council'chaminvited.. 7' I *: *
ber and the majority'thevisitors, Now that the deputy has received I .. "," .uDf.HHHa FRANK APPOINTED TO 'SUCCEED -
Captain Refused Offer of a .. were thare to see.,who '!would receive promotion another vacancy,exists, and

t the appointment*, as ,much, interest this will be ,filled by the,-Board of MARSHALL SCHADf
Assistance. was taken in the -matter.: Public Safety. It usually the custom "
LARGE AMOUNT OF BUSINESS/
I The new marshal's{service In the for the marshal to recommend RESULTS IN THE j

police DtJa\eS back,about for appointment ; and It Is believed CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL ."T I

BRITISH SCHOONER SIROCCO, 1 six years, when he,was appointed to tbat Captain Jos.. Fondebilla .will receive
the position of turnkey at the police the recommendation of,that official LAST NIGHT'S SESSION. 4

FROM ST. JOHN TO CARDENAS, 8tJon, afterwards iim'ng! promoted in which case his position must i -
to the position captain and later to be filled, and there will no doubt be MONTGOMERYRACES -
WATERLOGGED AND WITH k deputy marshal. Now he. has receiv several applicants. Much business was considered la a IT,

) .. short time by the City Council at its ,;.
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DECKS AWASH AND HOUSES __4y_ regular session last night. The ll
FLOODED AT MERCY OF -- _5; ( --k* .7 I'' mayor announced the appointment of -J.

Deputy Marshal Milton B. Frank to : 1 1)
STCn -TOSSED ATLANTIC. ;r U.5.COURIWlllCONlENE$ THE' SEWERAGE succeed Marshal Schad; City Attorney f.
Jones gave an opinion that the ;J
property; lying south, of block 5, Old i

Press. City over which there la a dispute j2
Associated
New York.Cy Oct. %Somewhere between former possessors and the it
fcr cut in the Atlantic off the Florida ON-- WORK .NOW TOCOMMENCE Four Lively Events Pulled city is owned by the city: and request. I -

coo-U laU a dozen men are perched I ed an appropriation of 5250 with -' :

ca the roof of the after-house of the I Off on- Track There, .which to fight the cases In the courts;; -
logged British schoonor .Sirocco HON. the ordinance granting to J. E. Taylor ; -
water CHAS. J. BONAPARTE. '
against wind and sea Yesterday.Special .' and assigns the right to construct
struggling ,
to reach a Cuban port with their al- ,Iresent secretary of the navy who Is slated for the attorney general. NDY11-J 1 -". _. a spur track across Garden strt-et. 7'

mcct: helpless vessel. ship after the retirement of Attorney General Moody; on January 1. ; I of was officers lost on and final committees reading and heard.reports

Their cap'aia: refused an offer of to The JournaLMontgomery .
When Mayor BUn called thIS council
assistance from th3 steamer Parma ; r Ala., Oct. Jt-Following to order at 7 o'clock there were .
lart Sunday: six hundred miles east Is a summary of the races at Vandiver present Aldermen Calm. D'AIemberte, I I
of Florida. The captain asked only; PEACE RESTORED SEVEN KillED 'Uy! But ,the Grand Jury Will Be Material. Has Arrived. After Park to-day: Maura, McHugh Muldon Renshaw. -
to be given sappl es. >- --- First Race-2:21 trot, 3 in 5, purse 1500; Ileilly, Wright and Watson. The
Tae Sirocco hailed from SC John, Empanel'Five Days a Long and Vexatious Egotist Ben 41, 1, 1; Creighton,Girl 2, minutes of previous metings were-

:\. B. on September 27 for Cardenas, I 2, 6, 2; VIdal 1. 3. 2, 6; David Fuller 3, read, amended and adopted.

with a cargo of lumber, ;and on October Earlier. Delay. 6, S, 3; Plato 6. 4. 3, 5; Blackwood 5. S, The Mayors Report. -

5 ran Into a fearful hurr'can3: off tr SANTO J EXPLOSIONINMINE 4, 5; Little Buddie 7, 7, 7. Time 2171I .The mayor reported verbally that .
tie Mnrlani coast. She was pound 2.15& 218. the ,work of constructing! the sewerage :
cd and battered before the storm Pensacola's Second Race-Free-for-all pace, 2 In 3, system would soon commence as :
been decided that The work of installing
abated her hull was filled. decks It has definitely which purse $500. Red Bud 2. 1. 1.; ByrI Wilkes large: quantities of the material had '
rash'and: deck houses flooded. All the term of the United States courtis sewerage and drainage system; 1,2, 4; Nancy IL 5, 3,2: Baron Gratton arrived; that representatives of the '
to convene on November 12, and has been greatly delayed, will now 4. 4. 3 William Me'S, 5, 2. Time %:10%,
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sto-es were ruined; and the men were announced bythe contracting firm were in ,the city as :r
DOMINGO E subpoenas for witnesses and petit commence. As 2.03 2 07%. -
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in a sad plight when the Parima came were alsothe city's engineers and
last at the council meeting t ,
jurors have been issued summoningthem mayor; night Third Race la ,
.. -3-year-old pace S 3
in sightPYTIJI4NS of material has also that the workmen were now engaged ,
J to appear.4n Pensacola on that large quantities purse $300: Little Gem 1. l.Oovego, 2. the foundation of .
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arrived city and Is being unleaded ; j
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I By-Aseociatai Press:' \\lnlle the court:dots not convene by; men inrthe Fourth Race-%-tnIle dash, purse $100: In this connection he stated that '';.. '1' .
ADOPT By Associated -Press., Johnstown. Pa..'Oct 24.-By an explosion -I until the 12th the grand jury will be C. Storrie & Co., the contractors andIt Charles McKee won.Tuesday's. Public ., "
f while the Board of Works was ,
\\ Oct 21.-A cable that the start will ,
shington. in a mine of the Cambria empaneled and commence Its investigation is anticipated :;
Summary. lo to ;*
appoint Inspectors
expected
gram from Commander Sontherlind, Steel Company here to-day seven men i matters now be made. The work is to commence ,
of the various "
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INSUR4NCE\ LAWSEIGHTY points will be Following is the summary of Tuesday'sraces. look after the city's Interests as this ..I It
relative to the restoration of peaceIn : at four and ,
are reported dead and two painfully i brought before It on the 7th five work progressed, that the board was ] H f
: Santo Domingo, dated October 11, burned. The explosion is thought to ,' earlier, and it la possible that rushed as rapidly-as; possible.It In t.
days First Race-2:40 trot 2 3 purse. 1400: not cognizant officially; ttat any Improvement : .
) was made public to-day. It says the have been caused by; the Ignition of the greater portion of the work of is anticipated that- nearly two Miss Marie, 1. 1; Peggie, 2, '2; :Melody 3, work was even contemplated : \
THOUSAND POLICYHOLDERS insurrection in: Santo Domingo has gas in setting off a blast. Most of I'I' this body will be completed before I hundred men will be employed, as 3; :Mary Oracle, 4, 4. Time 2.20, 2 30%. and he recommended that the ;"! ;.
1 been successfully put down and that the victims were foreigners.The court convenes. well as a' steam ditcher and rapid Second Race-2.1$ pace, 2 in 3, purse council notify; the board what it de- : 4
> WILL BE AFFECT. all revolutionary leaders have quit explosion occurred in a heading Judge Swayne will arrive In the progress should be bade. Engineer $SOO; J. B. 1. 1; Dr. W. W.'Z, 2, 2; Lula fired In the premises. ;.
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Hatton has his force In readiness, except '
the Island. three miles from ,the mouth of the city early in November and will In- :May 3. 5. Kentucky Colonel. 4, 3; Jim This brought on some discussion aa
! ED BY ACTION OF LODGE. Amnesty has been granted to all shaft. Eghteen men are ported tobe I struct 'the grand Jury as to its duties the' inspectors, who are to be. Crow 5, ,4; Little Rube distanced;.Annie to whether or not the Board cf Works '

, parties concerned In the revolutionand imprisoned in the heading but no when that body Is empaneled.It named by the city.; Contractor Sto Fox distanced. Time, 2.10%; 2:13%_ had any; authority In tEe Improvement ; '
men-in the
also has his head ,
rie city
D.. A..ft;...;:.... _.. last advices show that tranquility mention Is made of this in the omclal Is expected that the term will be and is prepared to make the startNEGRO Third race %:%5 trot Sin 3, purse $tOO; work and ffnally Alderman Mnldon ;. -
prevails all the Bessie Earl 4, 1, 1 Little Pointer 1, 4/2 '
; New OrfeansOct.24-New t: : Insurance over country. statement given to the Associated quite a lengthy ,one. Inasmuch as ; ; moved that the communication of the '
,r 'Dominican national forces will be Press to.n ght by the manager of the there are a number of Important Stella Oaks 2, 2. 3; Blue Joe. 3, 3, 4; Hat- mayor; be referred to the Board of .
; hvs'affecting eighty thousand withdrawn from recently disturbed company. heard the tie Rogers distanced. Time %:1%%; I Bond Trustees, with the request that f'
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especially
be
to
1 pcfl' holders officially adoptedty cases:
( were LYNCHEDIN
., y of districts as soon as ,possible. criminal docket 2:12U;; 21554Fourth 'it notify; the council at its earliest riot riotIf
the lodge Knihts P/- "
supreme: Half-mile dash,
Race- purse opportunity what it desires of the !l
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' tbLs! Features of tUese laws
s tc-day.
CONVICTED ON 375; Alzora first Gatung Gun second; Board of Public Works. This motion ';
. sri an increase in the masjnum pol- MISSISSIPPIBy Moko, third Henry Lyon fourth; :
MANY ARRESTED Young ; was amended and discussed and finally :
rRUSTSOSABOARD
"v to fivethousand, dollars, increase Identity, fifth Eva Hustler,,sixth. Time. carried that the mayors report be'1';
3 in the ae litaU' ,' to sixty yeais and the THREE COUNTS .50%. referred to a special' committee of t-,
(alien of fif h class of insurance ;
"a new \ Associated Press. three from the
UPON'SUSPICIONOF council the Board of '
'All _policies,under the new MEET New Orleans, Oct., %Dispatches Bon..Trustees and city attorney. The '- t
frstcm; ; will r sconiG' iacontesuble- after ,; from Centrefllle' ,. Miss. say that Tom TWO FIREMEN mayor; appointed Aldermen Wright C'

three! ,years. YOUNG FORGER, WANTED 'IN ,SEVERAL Crompton, a negro, was lynched near Cahn and Maura as the committee. 1 H .I
there to-day. It is alleged] hE con-
4 BEING CONNECTED WITH Deputy Marshal Frank Appointed. i.
THE Associated\ Press.New
By fessed to the murder of Ely Whitaker.a ,
1, STATES GETS WERE STABBEDFIGHT -
York Oct. 24.-A meeting of The mayor; then sent to the council W

3,, MILLIONS LO.STIN REVOLUTlONARYJUNTA_ SIX YEARS.By the trustees of the SeaboardAir Whitaker farmer. was murdered- yesterdayand the name -of Milton B. Frank as .v -
Line was held here to- city marshal and asked that it be ; .
r IN OLD MEXICO.By last night, suspecting foul play, .'
confirmed which
recommended was done.; '
trustees
Associated Press.' day at which -
NICARAGUA Texas Oct. 2-1.-clarence a posse followed Crompton. He ON THE STEAMER ACACU The Finance Committee. j !i
Houston that two of the present directors where Whitaker's \ : .
jJ,, ./ N. Hughes, of Swainesboro, Ga., I, John B. Dennis and James M. went to the cut spot off'the legs and BETWEEN TWO GREEKS Chairman Rellly of the finance .
Associated Press. aged twenty-two, who has given banks be dropped and nominated: as body lay. arms committee, then read bids from a / -
Paso rex.. Oct. 24. Governor Barr'l head with an axe and dropped them -
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ev- Associated\ Press. El 'I In many parts of the country troubleI successors, to be voted on Ko his cabin. AND A, NEGRO. number of real estate dealers of the 4
Mob.le: Oct. 24. Private Informa- Creel, of Chihuahua, Mexico, last into a sink hole near cityfor block
I several years, was to day convicted 8, H. R. Duval and Y. furnishing a to be enclosed 1 ,
t:oa from N:ca'augan coast towns is eight and 'yesterday caused the arrestof here on three counts of forgery John Skelton Williams, former for- the purpose of keeoinir:: the <&. '
, 10 the effect that the heaviest losses more than fifty persons, letters: I and given two years in each case. He president of the road, protested A fight which resulted in two Greeks dty stock. The report recommended f .
sustained in Central America were from whom were addressed to E. made his escape from the Colorado. against the re-election of James ..AI THE REMAINS OF )receiving serious, injuries, occurred the purchase of a block offered by S
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by American Louis Mexican junta, were found in I the steamer Acacia lying at,one $3,200. .
and Canadian; capital- I in Alabama, Louisiana OhIo. Pen1.I Coolidge Jr., giving as a reason the fRA '
ists. Several million! dollars were Jn- the possession; of revolutionists recently sylvan'a.! Maryland Arkansas Illinois dissatisfaction of stock holders with CIS'AlS" of the Louisville & Nashville wharves. The mayor questioned the authorIty I ; ,

"<'"):d in these plantations! which here. I and. probably other, states. the present management of the Sea Those engaged; in the encounterwere of the finance commitee to selett ;. 'if
**d just reached bearng! aae. and Mexican Consul Mallen, of this city board. David Brown a negro, and Pe property; to be purchased by the city t! -_ _

these were almost wholly dehtroyed. "has- been receiving score of letters SEVERAL PLEADED GUILTY ARRIVE. IN PENSACOLA ter Vassala and Chris. Roftoupos stating that It came within- the
signed "Th9 Junta" threatening him BEFORE JUDGE E. D. BEGGS WILL Greeks. The negro received bruises province of the Board of Public ."-
with death. I MRS. HARTJE -FROM. : DENVER FRIDAY MORNING about the face and head and the two Works. and there was considerable 'j;
( BISHOPS FROM Several parties, confined in thecounty Greeks were cut and stabbed by the discussion on the matter. Chairman' t- .
jail upon various charges, ACCOMPANIED negro. The latter used a razor as'a Reilly stated that th finance committee -f

SHOOTING went before Judge Beggs, in the MAKES DENIALBy weapons and the wounds they inflicted had been designated by the council i

, AllOVERVORlD: THE criminal court, yesterday and entered BY SCN.. required the services of a surgeon. to select the property but had no :,
held' at the wharf objection to hearing frormthe Board of
I pleas of guilty; -to the charges The nsgro was '- -I
-" ATESCAMBIA I against them. -, Associated\ Press. The remains of the late Francis until Special Officer Kelly and Officer t Works or from- the aayjr'If- they bad : ;
those directly -I Colo. Williams! could arrive and place him sites to offer. ... ,4
Tip Johnson. colored, charged with P. .tsburg, Oct. 24-Only Walsh, whored in. Denver,
IN ATTENDANCE UPON CONVENTION : I second larceny was sentenced to connected with the' trial of last week will arrive-In' Pensacola under arrest as well as the- other Alderman Muldon reminded the .;H ':!

serve one year In the penitentiary! ; Clifford Hooe, former negro coachmanof Friday morning! accompanied by the participants. the mayor that he was presiding over ';-.j;
BEING_ HELD IN MAN AND 'I Mack Brown and Ed. Burnett, for Augustus Hartje, who is charged deceased gentleman's son Thos. F. the council as mayoand not as the -' .
SHOT
PARTY WHO Beard of Works. and objected to the
alleged BURN'
connection with BIG SHOPS :
I public use of bscene and Indecent with perjury in Walsh.
ROCHESTER.Rocicsi ,:: WOMAN ALSO [ROBBED language, 20 days each; Will Ford depositions reflecting on Mrs. The deceased Is survived by four AT RALEIGH, N. C. useless consumed: waste every of time little that while was in being discussing '- !I '.1'
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aggravated assault, 45 days; Grant Mary' Scott Hartje, were permitted daughters and one ,son, the former the duties of the boards. :; l
THEIR Hc' 1E. Jones, petit larcsny; 60 days; Joe the criminal court tc-day -when the being Mrs. Wm. He.ter and Mrs. a By Associated Press.Raleigh. The replied that it his .:'1"t ,-
r, x Y., Oct. 2J.-Metho- '- Prettie. petit larceny 30 days. case was called. W. Moore, of Mobil; Mrs. Chas. A. N. C. Oct 24.-Fire In the mayor was
Piit bn'iotjs! from all over the world denied the statements I II Walsh, of this the Virginia Bridge and duty; to notify the council if he saw i '.
1! A white boy who was arrested for Mrs. Hartje Born and :Mls3: Fannie shops of that
body taking action
.1 are the tf'rr:1tt'ndin; the first session of Deputy Sheriff Sanders returned beating his way on a train was before made by Hooe and also denied that and city; and Thos. F. Walsh formerlyof Iron Company at Burlington N.C... to the' charter and an this he was contrary exer. ::"!fl"f ,
convention: cf Methodist Episcopal where he she on good terms with him of Denver, Colo to-day destroyed one of the largest '"
yesterday from Escambla: the court. but was d'scharged.! as he was Pensacola, but now :cising.: .:
Dollops of tile World. The con- went late Tuesday night to investi stated that te could secure, employment I did not see him after he left her employ. The funeral will occur from the buildings and contents. Many workmen : The report of the finance committee -, -

mention Vtionj will last through the week. gate the shooting of ,a' man and woman in the city.RESUMED .- ___ residence of his daughter Mrs. Chas.A. were..thrown out of employmentand :1 was then adopted, and the remainder : _
the delegates present are unknown par.t t Born corner 12th avenue and 14th other departments of the works .
.
J\i\ from ambush by TOLD of the report heard. The board '
MEN .
IndIa slop, 1I who have been working in SERVICE OVERTRANc1 TWO WHITE. LEAVE THE CITY. street, but the hour has -not yet been seriously affected the loss la, |.80, recommended that the sanitary Inspectors .
China Japan. Africa. South TO covered by Insurance.
ties.The committed the UNE. set 000 mostly
who be allowed extra
America and the Philippines. party : __ I pay duringthe
crime not located, but It was white menwho gave their storm period that the Board of J
was Two _
Service resumed 'the dummy .J
FARMERSTO
SESSION OF LIFEUNDERWRITERS found "that the-party had also robbed I line yesterday was morning over when a- names. as Rabb and Reed, and who PROVIDES FOR WANTS Safety; be given authority to enter a : -
and it Is recently from points ORGANIZEBy contract for a new truck house that -
the home of the negroes through from the city to arrived here OLD SOLDIERSBy ; J
train went
wouldbe I : presumably from the salary of the tax collector : .
believed that he' saw that he north of Pensacola, be not ,"
*at 7:15
,caught as they entered their Fort Barrancas leaving here were given orders to Associated Press. Associated Press.St. raised and that in the matter of the :: r.
-- carried Montgomery
By, Assoclated; Press. home,' and fired upon them as they o'clock. It a ,large number of leave the city yesterday, or else servetime Norfolk. VaOct 24.-The will of Edward Louis. Oct. 24.-In a speech be- charging by the county tax collector i: -
St' Louis, Oct. The second neared thehouse.. passengers, especially; workmen'em.- in iafl- Wilson James a prominent club fore the first annual convention of fees for the collection of thacity's t
':*> session of the annual convention=" woman.who was reported: as ployed In the navy yard. The train two men, It -was alleged had man who was, found dead last Sun the American Society of Equity; composed ,portion of the road and bridge ':-t.
lirt underwrifers opened here to- The condition is very low, and I was tbe first one to run tnrousft} to The_visible mans of support,.and were daft was probated to-day., After making of farmers M. F. Sharp; of Kentucky tax. that the county attorney had .:: iJI
aY.\tiU. an address by E. E. Rhodes In a dying!! the man was struck Fort Barrancas since' the storm of no the charge of vagrancy. several smail, bequests the will advocated the organization of given the opinion that It was Illegal, ; -'-
of Newark. X. J, on "Problems Insurance may notJlvebut the shot.NavalAcademy nearly a month since, and for the' arrested upon not satsfy: the recorder i provides that the remainder of the farmers as a move toward securing and. that the amount would be refund _
I.aw." by only a few of present only two trains wilt leave the (They, could were other than vagrants :estate. about two hundred thousand profitable prices for farm products. ed to the city. The report was ', '

,,After the appointment of a nominate city each day for His Post that they the came to trial rest2r.daymornfngr -I dollars, go to the University of Virginia lie said the trusts claim the farmers adopted. .',:f
-" committee an address was dellrtby Wcru when cases and both were given with"provision that for fifteen will not stick to organization, but A City Wharf. _

f-r'd Frederick H. Nash former Annapolis,,Mdu Oct. ,24. The Naval Postmaster, Apoointed. jail, with the PriYitew I years the university"! turn over one that profitable prices for. farm The matter of obtain'.cs some point 1,..
"uty defeated the Wadhmfton.! Oct. SI. The pre cI.!lflent thirty daYSin excellent sticking ,
attorney general of Massa-Academy football ,team city at once. They half of the income to the Confederate products make t
CII'1sseti! on the subject: "Expert-, Western Maryland' CoUegcttby. ,the to-day appointed Charles W. of leaving_&Uer-the' I I Soldiers Home at Richmond. plasters- ; (Continued en Eighth Pan ., 1I :-
tit-IOta! insurance legislation.1 score of 34 to 0., Parfecr postmaster at Elberton Ga. chose the -







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q -It ..:. wk *_trxine. torretoaar ore granby =
4 When the first two.Apolitical pe en ." when'we great:to the poHa.. HALLOWEENClie that L lott aa.good customer many C
bard got vf warmed" up and ready The efecttoir of* bfir candidate- would .abject ,
:year IiQ" nil the merchant M the
all tee bank raulta In tha country I
something good- Colons Smith was au. ,
was under discussion, "I had a customer -
ta bane wtQT money,. wblle Ws defeat
nounced. I knew the Colonel &1tJrf '
In a country town who cold more
and made for a rooataf tfine. would ,cake even fioat-Wtten potataaa
ready
other three
than put-together.
bad always been referred to u a worth $5 a basheL. 'n lllicrtON im.MJI1OOJRL sugar any for leader.
1ffit .1 [ Beta e4 it at cost a. Every
+ rAf and willing to dI. for fete Bta caadldate.,.'bad been before the pub [1 1f second week for three years his cash order
k and too- honest for an officeholder When lie fbr 4ft .aa a patriot and an boaB came la for so many barrel.. lie always
wrote the. word."Shaga* I noticed It on
his first order and smiled over It; but Ididn't l ..M'h
lI.1I111i1l1l car* bow he apelled. It so. long as I
got bin orders. I bad him for three years
l r and fc* was a. square as dot. la billing '
lr ,, ll l fate I always took care to spell "shtigar' : flea btit
fR fate way bat oa'the last: :occasion I forgot :
stood 1e/ore her 100b1\.51 ass, X dtd&t know I had forgottenuntil his I telephone the old Fall,
'' order teased: Theo S began to wonder
T'WCHal1owe8Jt; ,; N what was the matter. 1 soon found out. leaving our the letter but be
TJyoa the receipt of my statement of ae- back by letter notsertt
One was a WlSomeookiJ9\ lass ; THT T jf meat b* bad gone tit the telephone and -Any won who dont no how
,' /'.TVas Halloween i t\: oiled op bouse after house and asked: shugar' shooldn deal in the IrtlkJe.I t>."Ipeg 11e'
lI "'Say.,.now; tat haw do yon spell shugarr think as Roosevelt and many
She wished to see reflected there do" continued the merchant that etherl tji tibn
: Alt tat end man answered, him that is room for reform in our way of ,
The one whose name she was to hear. there was a* "!to1m tt. That man hap but rID not forcing the fact upon app bn

She wished and then she tremble took pored to know him and: bin ways and put. my customers. If they want 'MITT any tnf.5(
thein. and aa a matter of fact baa or breckfast tee- their order, rill fc
I pretest4 that the e..tn- wap 1s; Via. ges. Her candle prepared to look"Vlwas bins for & customer yet 1 telephoned the with promptness and despatch" IJfC:
up .. ". aid crank that I bad made a mistake toy JOE LEEB.
be bad been Introdnceff M went' at It and: eat nun standing ever for deaa'government Hal1 ween --
4 Prored that the country was in danger and the, defense of Integrity. The i
-*uch danger as bad Lever menaced It rival candidate might not nave worn con* L nr
before. viet stripe, bat that was because Justice
That the only way to save it was. to often miscarried. r
Tote for bis candidate The Colonel went on in this strain for
s That every mas worthy of the name nearly an- boar and wv cheere him to ..
of an American would go to the polls and the echo and resolved to do our duty if / ,
do bla duty. '. ,we lost our heads by It. Next day I met
That every woman worthy.of the name Us and congratulated hen ea hJamagnin-
of wife would see that her husband toted eent effort and be repBed

c straightHe Teav I thought It pretty fair IIIJ'weIffW
not to forget day
besought
nv!
If the committee
Cal&onn and Washington. a ten-dollar speech. bad f.
He laid down tu principle of oar fore given me,twenty Td have got off some
fathers and adjured as to remember them thing to make you cUIV

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'O. .0r the pale Kant! flickered o'erme alass,
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.1.. Her'cat leaped up with all ras mj nK: t r ?t ta O.O coo(C:

,0 1'er .0 'She saw him mirrored there; that nmat Y car tletrTTIOE

f! One of the name of Tom proposed 1 f; 1t pnoCcl. ,

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it One day aa two Travelers .ere'peuID
along a highway in company they dls- r.IL--y
Yt "covered a keg that bad- fallen. from a ,
wagon :without being"'missed.: :. s
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: Rye and behold it is at handr,exclaimed ,

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"And I was thinking of claret'and the
gods bare brought me gallons'' of Itr =
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"But, fool of a man, yon have only to
... .oj. .' '.. .;':' .t" ;: ..<.. look at the'keg to Me that it is Bye." f
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SIX FU TUBES. a Mts Gladys-You bare a big head and a brainy one. Professor. :

Helen-Miss Bronsoa 'says ana looked in her mirror oa Hallowe'en night to i.s The Professor-Ah, thank you. .
the face of her future husband and saw six men's faces. '1( 1 t) i 4 Miss Gladys-But you can't bold a candle to this pumpkin.. .Ycti
; Bessie-Rotntnc queer! about that iflss Bronsoa is from Chlcagou. 1J-t-


.; HE WAS TOO PREVIOUS... I 1 d i I _. ALWAYS. A PEARL. Iv :

) course, Wings nave DeeD a inoo- It was no one s business to clean tee ;on
ms LACK
"Among ay shaky debtor* of two the city was being drowned out. I got APPRECIATION.. sand per cent! better in Cuba sine thewar streets. Every house emptied Its slot re
,, .tmorttas ago" said a Cincinnati wbelesater out on the last,train by wading Inwater Auntie LtngerloBg-There, there! Stop crying, Willie and TO" ilea you again. ..tr' ." said the sugar man, "and it la from the door, and the drinking rater
-waa a retalle at MebUev 'He tp to my knees, and when I reached the WIme-Aw, that's what I'm crying about! bard for aa American to realize what was enough to poison a hone Tbeie
was owing me a balance-of.$700 and had depot ,there .was my debtor. The water Discovered keg that toad falle they were before I am 'speaking of were from 40 to 50 cases of cholera per' !I":
." taken his trade elsewhere and I was stood six feet dip ta his store and four from the wagon. sanitary conditions alone. Fire years before week with typhoid fever a good second, ,
bout ready to charge the account toprofit
the Spanish were drives out I bad and yet the people moved about as hap In
and lost when turned '
; things np of claret, and I can drink half
that made it necessary for me to go tobin of it at once" to pass a month la Havana. There is poly as It nothing could be better. Os .Ill':
dry. When went around to see my "You are certainly the most stupid man little difference between a Cuban and a day, after being fairly sick of the place 1.1
r man ha had a great deal to say about I ever met up with" said the first as be Spaniard when It comes down to sanitary -- and Its people I broke out to a dealer
t 'peer .trade, bad debts aid so on. and I rolled the keg over with his foot matters. The beat hotel in Havanaat in tobacco and, beginning with the hotel,
trade ap my mind that it was a poor outlook "And yes are'nothing short of a born that time hadn't a bathtub, no run I went through the whole gamut of con 4tu(
< .- When I consulted a lawyer' I was fool!" retorted the other as be rolled the ning water beds of straw na bellboysor platnts. I wound up by telling him thatAmerican
told that I couldn't collect a cent, and I
keg back again. regular porters,- and might wouldn't live the
i had yea get a hogs vii
about given the' idea when the
up '
: A minute later their language had be- meal on time or an hour later. did in ne
>. eebtex eatte around ta'the' hotel ofhis My bed aristocratic people Havana eic
'- own.accord come so abusive that they rushed upon wasn't made ap' half .the time. Dishes man beard me all through without tIng ]
"Mr. Iftenu,--W began, '"I ant"ant each other, and they were engaged in were put oa the table mawtthed. Dun. a word but when I had finished M rr
honest man. I weald pay you the debt lambasting: each other for keeps when the lug the month I didn't see a perfectly shook his bead and quietly observed;
: fall If I Carter returned for bis lost keg and boreit "This b* all true as and
: In eoald but }t I* tepoeslMe. I clean napkin or .tablecloth, may you MJ
;- should like to clear off the books*,however away. Having bestowed many blows America may be, a great country, as yov :
f and I want yon to say what yea a 1 {r and kicks upon each other the combatants "OutsIde of the hotel there was no claim but you 'should remember thatCuba C.Cr
:'\ will settle! forrThis finally separated and u a Peasant drainage except oa the surface. Not one ta the Pearl of the Antilles' Crb
A:. seemed a fair start towards getting Come areuA t. the hotel. came out of a field the first appealed I Ingle house was connected with a sewer. \ : JOE_KE3B. br
something said the merchant to him:
:; and alter thinking things ever I agreed to feet la his house and though he had a "My friend will you 'not agree with r.A
0; threw off $* J. The debtor said this was sad and forlorn loot I felt that I ought me that the keg contains old Bye I"
.ot enough. He ted about his wife to say something consoling.' I was trying "He must surely agree with me that
( dying. a loss by fire without insurance to think up something when he ita content are claret" observed the sec 11j
and other sad things and when he offered turned and said: ond. "
faoo in cash rot a receipt la fun I gave It "Dea't.: Nothing yon can say will mate ant"Bat there la no keg replied the Pas
the Carter
tf .to him and pocketed his mcney. The gale me ever forgive myself for not holding For your information baring however carried It I away.will TItL j f
that .was afterwards t. become A hum- oat on that debt 21 bourn longer aadmra state that it contained elder
:'-,' teas war even tuft__ .ntnln....._*_. _1 day Later living my 5200,. ...__ _wnniharj t you will.not even get any of vlnetar thatMORAL ", but 1
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Ura Pumpkin-Remember. my child, yen can hold your head aa high as any Be who quarrels with bis luck will end t
{i one. Was not the flavor of your grandfather particularly commented apes by>> Mr. In having no luck at .. J
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ney and Fine of $50 -Upon very z'l.J-Jc- & 4'A cream of tartar I
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Mothers, as well as Was'Imposedl the finest, ,
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boys will be interested ftd wrapjicr of the ccnctio Dr.Ben's Plne- '
irHoay H priaf.4'tMAboV1 tictlca. It ,lightest bestflavored biscuit hot-
I in our October harvest., Recorder Chas. H. Laney yesterday :- ,both trade-mart:: and guarantee wur* : '
abS that the Il.dJclneeouubcd in the bcv
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We've plucked from : of Manager J. M. Con, of the P.en- :ftxl cUccwilly and cfcesmwrables than slay otter more remedy.qclctly cake, and! pastry. .

the finest vineyards of I sacola opera ,
lieU manufacturer the s'nce.was. arrested upon the charge Ilr.U's: : !! Alum ,. ,and.. alum-phosphate f'-' .Iy Ii

,MI every i jof not placing the house in proper -'b_ powders
|ere best he has in boys { condition. The opera house manager jnjjirjouDn1.jj! : ? .' -
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fee' of |50 Imposed, but collection sus- a

.let I pended. The opinion of Judge La :
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t ney as, delivered yesterday, Is as The 'Bathing Girls, With Countess Olga von Hatzfeldt, at the Pensacola RAKING WWOtR- CO, NEW YOU;. : L,4' 4

you like our taste. i follows: -'# Opera House Saturda) ,Afternoon and Night. '- ,
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by *n.drnE ists-2Se., Ste. and ,. i
"The defendant In this case is .
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per botUo. 'Manulastured by "
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Prices, $2 to $10. { charged with vIolation of sections faE E. E. SUTH5RUR9 MEDICINE I Last: Nignis nay.- f _
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219 and 220 of the city cod, and the MIss -Florence Davis, supported by ARTISTIC LONDON PUNCH.
l'ADw1&D1m7aT.: WALLS. :
'- Jfr. Elliott Dexter, apoeared last nightat r,I :
particular way in which! said sections ;, ,
the house In
j; are alleged to (have been violated\ are -.....; 1- I ilaid." opera The play Is not Thef new In Player Pen: iiLII Beantlfnl Results May Be. Predate One Occasion When the PrspxIee* flj I

fully set out in the affidavit on file. -- i: sacola as it was 'presented here last -With Appliqaed. Paper' i Wanted It Stopped. _' IW

I "The evidence in tha case shows J. E. COfCfiliHOH '& CO season, but it has./lost ..jione of its Many women who have time and J The Introduction of Sir Francis j'J !.Ii '

JIANDARDfLOTHINGrO.JTBIESENWBUILDINGV that' the defendant, was: 'on the '21st charms since last /1rtnter. taste to expend In the, beautifying of Burnand to the staff of Punch led to tta'n

-..-. day of September the president"and i' Ar.Sehiri9' The audience jatber-.small, due their homes are not aware of the novel! unusual Incident The Bpokbuyer 'J 4- ,

( manager of the Pensacola opera Nice YelloW Yam probably' to the 't' ct.eitf..two- comic I ? uiI and beautiful results to be obtained by tells the story. Mr. Burnand had given f -- '

house;:'and if there was any violation operas are booked fori the latter part the appliqueing of wall paper wSea attempted up his profession of law and was -

--" .---.--;- of the ordinance of the' city respecting Sweet: Potatoes of raw the the present pretty week-little 'play but: enjoyed tlwse who It,I ; with care and a preconcerted' !'; devoting1 himself to writing. It occurred

? the management of ,sald: place for plan. to him that a burlesque on the ,
CLOTHES 25 and Miss Davis was -gii'en a numbercf : it-
CLEANED AND PRESSED.To amusement was responsible therefor.' # a peck I curtain calls. Usually paper of solid tone is used ,' sensational novel of the day and printed s

have your fall and winter ,clothes The ''Pensacola opera house is not a also a fresh line of SauerKraut The play has enough In it to In. ; ; for the background the figures' from I after the manner of the LondonJournal ; -
modern 'and time of
cleaned pressed and repaired and put in building, at the ertst all tastes. There is jusienoughcomedy another paper being carefully cut out :' might make a popular hit. He j
good condition. send them to, us. We its construction: .the safety of the public Limburger Cheese, to balance the sen011 side of and mounted on this according to the : proposed his plan to the editor of

co cur everything work. Ladies: in that work line a specialty and.guarantee Gen- wag not the'-arrangement'looking especially provided for Pig's FeetSpareRibs, Ten- It, end a liberal amount'of )Kive.makInc decorator's own design. J Punch. who at once accepted the Idea. i1 '

tlemen's membership rates. J1.00'per I and most of Hens a feature which: Is always popular In this way It is possible,"to obtain. I I The first Instaluientcazne. out illustrated }4 -
to the rapid exit of its patrons seem nessee and Eggs arriving '
month. All work called for and delivered.Fone In a drama. combinations and effects not to be by Gilbert, Du Mauriar and 4
1373.ESCAMEIA. to" have be6n"added largely out of respect 1 i,I
PRESSING CLUB, to public'sentiment and modern daily. found in the regulation rs. Usually -' Keene and reproduced In Journal fashi -
9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET exigencies."Te ." "Sargesnt .Kitty." the designs chosen for appliqueingare i ion. It 'took" at once and became the J i
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WALTER MOULTON. MANAGER. .. ** with Helen i ;
construction 'of the modern "Sargeant Kitty floraL I talk of the town. '
> Bryon in the leading role is the bill .' The day of the first issue the sealer !
: play house, was revolutionized soon Two of.the most successful rooms in *
SOMETHING NEW! after ,the. burning of the Iroquois for Friday night This charming lit -' '- a recently formed woman's club are !"! proprietor of 'Punch' wax ill In bed.

theatre, and theatre antl-dating J[ DeFUNISK I tle actress was seen in Pensacola last created ta thls'Way the The number .'reached him with the a "
[E'MiilcJ j Be a1J Pin), 25 ana 303per pair I no season in this saIl play and those : .: results being '
,that period seemed to meet the requirements -] who witnessed the will i -, jt : most successful In one trailing ,rose !:Journal burlesque 'folded on the out-
i W. A. Gahlenbsck, 2B.SPa3z'StCOTTRELL ? of ''a performance 'aide. At. first Journal
public
changed sentiment remember sppndinjj at very pleasant sprays cut from wall paper are appliedin : het'thought a .'
I resulting from that calamity. I ,; evenig'and th'osexwho: did not'attend the.form of a lew trellis along
Anew architecture was not only : Special to The journa1.' will recollect hearing a' great:deal of lower part of the walls which are COT-. when he discovered that ,the page .. !.
born, but new laws were made and I DeFunlak. Oct. 24.-Miss Jennie A. talk about the attraction. ered In a solid tint formed a portion ot''pwnch.he did not -
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS." as a, result most people can now attend 1 Morrison of Pensacola, came Saturdayto "Sargeant Kitty" is comic to read It but out of bed c 1 4at
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Pensacola. Fla. I visit her brother it, M. MorrIson. and opera l The decorator, being an artist has stop sprang i
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an opera without' trepidation family. with plenty of good music ap-l that suggested1 with her brush a wall'er once, dressed, and hurried to the '.
return?tO their homes in safety.At I Miss Sarah E. McLeod. who ,baa been kind of :music.-that?one never orgets ;; office. I j t
the of defendant In teaching Jlllligan, home Tuesday 1 fence over which the roses come turn-: '
request the near came because it Is pretty and captivating. II
TURTON & BELL "
FhOIGiiRArrtERS JilltCE 1810. this case, the court, after the evidence I fair at night She will this attend week. 'the state As for Miss 'Helen Bryon, she cap-I bling In profusion.. A frieze Is formed : "Stop Punch! n, cried bunting into : '

Kodak lIppl.ei.! I l-misai.ij l"f Am5t5iTL; _' was'.tin: ., made a personal inspection Hon. Montgomery W. C. :Monroe and. Mr T. S. tures her audience pn her first ap In the same way around the upper the' room."Stop' PunchI! "Totfve"got -: \, ;

f of the premises, and manyof Long of Florala. spent Sunday In our pearance. ,,( I C (4i walL It Is a room which never fails to a page of the Journal lathe form! '- f
the conclusions, reached nerem town visiting, relatives and. friends. evoke little "ohs" and "ahs" of delight It took considerable explanation t .
Our K R. Padrlck l ,
former townsman
R. K. WHITE, necessarily come from personal ob was greeting old friends in town Saturday "The Llttl .tJiuch'ess. i; : from the visitor who sees It for the first satisfy him that some ..dreadful mU
'&tctmaer.Manutscturn;Jeweler ail! Graduate I servation. The obstruction consisting and Sunday. Although Countess Olga von Hatzfeldt time. take bad not been made. 'i

tptluan.33 S. Paiaiox Street. Pensacola. Fla. : ,of a :rail ,in the balcony was' removed Misses went Christian to Ponce and DeLeon Effie Sunday Kay McDonald to- who is staring for.:the second L : Another lovely room In the same This was Mr. Burnaad's first appeal f f ;

\ about tha time or soon after attend the marriage of their cousin Miss season in "The Little Duchess" is house Is papered in rough cartridge pa- ance on the Punch staff. The nex\ i J'I
the -arrest"'in this case. Section 220 I Linda McDavid. one of the youngest of the footlight of soft gray tint. From another night Thackeray took him to the week .

Tersely Told requires! the owner or manager of any Mr. Walter McLeod has been making favorites heading their own companies .Helen per the decorator bas cut out ly dinner and Introduced him: IGentlementhe !
trips to East and West Florida. advertising tM1ss Byron a* "Sargeant paper daisy- "
she Is. also of the most .
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theatre concert hall music hall or one
the Gulf Coast fair.-which wilt occur -Ii
j jJ ji : Kitty, at the Pensacolaropera house, like flowers In primrose yellow risingon new boy.
I other used for public this promlstng.to -
any building at this place the Matter part of "* '
Secretary Henry, of the Gulfport amusement. to furnish exits of suf-- month. One of its chief features will No actress has had a more rapid Friday niGht : tall stems of soft yellow green, .
IrTogressive League, was in the city t j ncient number, and size to permitthe church.be a play rendered" by the Presbyterian, rise to stellar pre-eminence than 'she which tone in charmingly with the Imaalnarjr D..e.... :: 1 : f'.

yesterday on a short business visit. easy passage from said .building Miss'Wilibel! McDonald will leave soon has had during the four short years of to make success- ix:: strong comedy gray of the walls. These yellow sprays The British Medical Journal say 'j4- .

Bernard Sullivan, who has been within three minutes of all persons to take charge of the primary department ,-her experience on the stage. Her roles to keep the risibilities and wits (whether or not they have a counter that only an Imaginary remedy will '; ff t i I

visiting friends and relatives in New that could be within said building. of: the Bagdad.- school.Me.ssis beauty, charming" voice 'and remarkable of the audience working catchy part In nature) rising from the floor: cere an imaginary disease, which Is tIt J
McDavid.a"prominent turpentine -
York and differs this point. talent are all inherited; for her music to tingle pleasantly in the ear; and of feet above true to the old maxim, "Similla simili '1 e .
other points. has returned The testimony upon opera tor 'near Bearhead. and Dan terminating a couple .
torn 3. The evidence of Mr. Smith is that it Gulls of Knox Hill have moved their father, Edward. Count von" Hatzfeldt, beautiful /costumes picturesque seen: the wainscoting give the effect of a I bus curantur." It continues": "This .J
could. Mr. Schad, the marshal timed families here that their children may get and ber other, tose stage name fry andl: brilliant effects to pleas the tangle of bloom in some weed may be condemned by the righteous as ,}j j I
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Flagman "Buck" .Connors of the the exit of a very large audience and high the excellent schooL, advantages afforded. by out was Annie Auor were,.both prominentand eye; and an array of feminine beautyin fi eld.GIven. quackery, acd: quackery of a kind It I.f".f"I

i'Louisville & Nashville who has been said that it took four -m nutes. The Rev. John Stanley Thomas the efficient popular on -the"'stage): of this the big chorus making fifty people leisure and for color _undoubtedly J *. But If the real end of .A.J F J::
and Germany and the in all-the same excellent an eye
on) a short visit. to Hot Springs has M. minister of the Presbyterian church at country countess organization t
Mr. F.
returned to the city. opinion of the expert this -place returned from Milton Saturday was virtually brought up behind seen here last season. From the the devising of many such schemes medicine Is to cure can she when legitimate ..t :
mount is that It would require a where he had been assisting Rev. the scenes, She started young In her I hit "The Little Duchess" made here suited to the appliqueing Idea Is a means fail afford to despise :"' ,

The dance and euchre party which longer time tofempty the first gallery church.Mr. Anderson to conduct' a revival_ In'his profession. and had gained renown, before; It should attract a crowded pastime open to any woman.-Pitts- anything that relieves suffering, eves "4k '
to the
:was: to have beD given to-night by These opnons: all relate Mss Gary BeVEle; awaiting the' openIng even before she had outgrown her audience to the opera house next burg Press. -- though the suffering be Imaginary?" 1";
tie Concordia Club has been indefinitely normal conditions of the opera house, of the Bagdad school is in'town girlhood. Saturday afternoon and night d ,
what time would take during a vintting her brother and his family. 'n
it
postponed on account of' the .Mr. .W. L..' McDonald went Auburn When she pJ ced herself, under York Casino. and was avowed the ? '
,illness of a little girl residing near panic .incident to a fire, no witness Sunday to visit his daughter, Lizzie, the capable management'of' Milton most' lavish production of its kind <: .
the club rooms. expressed opinion.The courl Is of who teaches at that plPoe. and Sargent Aborn last year; theY' selected ever staged. In this excellent workof :
the opinion that if all the means of Miss Mary Frater of Crestvlew,' la as a proper vehicle for her expioitation : Harry 'E. Smith' and Reginald de Did You q
Tie fishing schooner Ida of the egress Including fire escapes would McLean stopping and'attending with her aunt the Mrs.high schooL Jas. A. the already'/successful Koven she has a role most happily -

fleet of Saunders & Co., arrived in be-sufficient-to empty the, house withIn Rev. Charlie McLeod bookkeeper for steal comedy; 'The'LtttIeDuchess.." suited to her talents and winsome per. '

port yesterday with 500( snappers the three minutes required by theratnte. 1. A. Hart at Milligan. came home- Sun which broke all recordsat the New!oiiallty! accompanied by all that goes : .
and several hundred pounds or groupers then ihs law is compiled day to see his home folks. "

and as soon as the cargo was dis, wita. The ordinance means this,and Gillls.Mrs.: of Quarterman Valdosta is nee here Miss on" a Johnnie visit to Ever Know ;

charged took on ice and supplies and nothing else. The court found upon relatives and friends.- TTie- Philosopher' Sport.A ; Lucky Bone.hoe.. r .;
returned "to the fire Harry Davis principal of the llillicran ,
fishing grounds. personal inspection that the escapes sense of There Is a right way and a wrong In
welcome
school was a home guest Saturday balloon trip gives one a '
Austin Barn: a white man, who from fastened the two'J1allerles and liable were to fall insecurely and Sunday.HEADACHES utter and coaiplcte stillness and alsa: the picking up of a' horseshoe. I was How'It feels to be perfectly well and-blot put t.he'rlghtful peace every :

claims that his honks Js in Henry at any time they were put to a test: -AND -NEURALGIA FROM a beautifully serene feeling of aloofness walking with a country bred boy alonga in Perfectly well means a' lot. Not an human being has a right to, change >,
lane and one'lying
county, Ala., arrested yesterdayby and tiresome matters. Somerset saw
was from :
besides they were small and not con- COLDS. men food. ;
all of kind from the
ache protest
or any
rut "There Is
> the police the-charge of car earth the crumbling summer -
upon the punIneSs of
for
veniently arranged so as to be ap- LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine the world a contempt
If your present method of- feeding
rying concealed The man horseshoe. said L The lad sprang body or mind.The
weapons. a
of sociabilityand
nroiched with safety from within. wide'Cold and Grip remedy removes and'an unbounded sense I
was asleep near the Garfield Ice Works Wsi-festhlsthe$ ::! exit from the peanut' cause. Call for full name. Look for'sig camaraderie with those with forward, but stopped suddenly before Heaven of perfect poisewhen makes Imperfect cells and fall tn ; ,.

when arrested, and claims that he ipsS'leTy through the Progress Club I nature E. W. Grove. 25c whom one is basketed: ,aloft in those his fingers touched the iron. "But I the life forces drive rich strong red build the soft gray matter in brain ,
came here for the purpose of securing a4;, Indicate won't pick It/I1P." said he "or I shall and centres scattered .'
should be. lighted so to few square feet of wicker. It Is aphilosopher's blood through the veins and fill one nerve over the ,
work as a carpenter. the direction of the stairway. The II -- A TURKISH LEGEND. joy, ballooning, the sport spoil your luck." It may perhaps have with an Indefinable Joy when nature body look alive, quit the old diet, '

statute !in this case la arbitrary and of"the scientific, and the idea that it been only*a point of etiquette but he and all the world seems'to",be sending and take on new and* better ne.That's .
Once you taste the "Blue Ribbon In the opinion o* the court: under the assured me-'that a horseshoe of my t
Why the Jlwch Married M.. Got t thrill W curdles the Right-
*
Flavor" provides a new to plain common sense.
will always ask for Blue with. caresses you.Then
you evidence. has not been complied the finding could bring luck neither: to him 1
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolute- "In view of the.f 'ct that the defendant -: Mosque First. blood of jaded and sinful butterfliesmay if-he touched It before me.-- the sky is beautiful whether It then is the exact tlm, to quit coffee ;.; t'

lv pure KO twice as 'far and the has heretofQre, yieldp to the Some'years ago, when General Tew- be good enough: for the halfpenny nor to me be gray or a deep restful eternity- absolutely and select meals wisely. -

Blue Ribbcn Flavor" Is perfection. esttons made by ii!? Board of I'I'FUS fik Hussein was the Turkish ministerat press, but not for the wiseacres of the London Standard. reaching blue or coverd with -softly Suppose you try for-breakfast, .' -
Ask for the 25c size. the sentence imposed: in this Washington, he objected to the curious Aero club.-Bystander. ,
Safety, Which Was lit moulded, round bosomed clouds lazily A little fruit, :
will be suspande/i subject to an : questions the newspaper Inter. -
TEMPERATUREOF case Inspection mate bv saW: bcroVand a1! viewers asked, him about the harem. -The governor was, puzzled. "Look floating about and the breeze Is A dish of Grape-Nuts and ,cream.

renort! noon t* same to the crnp; 'rmtfcorities. One interviewer, however, told the here,'' he said, turning to his private kind and sweet whether. smooths Two sort-boiled eggs,

77 DEGREESThe Tf!>*. '''- nMty: 'jscosed h representative of the sublime porte a secretary. "Can you tell me whether your cheek with the soft touch of the A cup of Fostum Food Coffee. j,

Vs, *;es'3 I* fP'V'M-!, dependent. uponthe' ,funny story about Brigham Young: and this 'note comes from my-tailor named or my woman who loves you or energetically Stop at that; It will carry yon easIly -
maximum temperature yester- *'t' .* legal adviser They're both
*-* op* i ,
:
day was 77 'degrees at %:15 o'clock I above i ii ; his many wives and it induced the Brown." fills"your lungs with the strong tonicof until the midday meal which can

to weather SUPPER. \': minister to reciprocate. life. be either a lunch of the same things
according bureau records i i JJAN--S. AND The note was as follows: I
while the minimum was 67 degreesat There swill be a dance an:! supper i izi i i "There is a Turkish legend," he said. I have begun your suit. Ready to be Trees nod the fallen Reaves frisk I (if a dinner-la expected ft! night) or .' 4
,
6:30: 6 clock. Last year on the C. K, !:bf. A. hall .1fcnday.-October I'' "to the effect, that if a man prays seven tried on Thursday. Come in. BROWN. about In fairy grace, flowers smile the heavy meal can'be taken at roleS'f
same date the .maximum temperature 29, the proceeds of which will go for i I consecutive mornings alone In the 1 I '
)
Blade. their and Take heavy na1iD a
-Toledo and send fragrance day. 'only'one !
every
was 76 degrees and the minimum 56 charity. :'Admission! ZScL "Barrio's. or-j i mosque for good luck it will coic j:
degrees with of- friend you meet seems a warm heated day In addition to the two light one* l rAt -
.O:! an inch rainfall. chestra. Near: St. Sophia mos<1u Constantiropie f .

-- t ._ !, a poor naa lived who"trIed to car. tree How Trees In Are perfect Balanced.A balance on brother reaching out for companion the heavy meal have one good ,
grows
-
-
ry out 'the junction; but, when ho a every side. When a large branch ship. Perhaps an, open fire beckons meat course, with one or two vegetables h"J I ,

kneeled, to his chagrin he always saW shoots out on one side, one of equal beside which tabby purrs out her soft and a rich, sweet Grape-Nut '"

SSIiAE5iwEoE: another man who had arrived first size or two smaller appear on the other. song of peace., Harmony Tram every [pudding. After a' few days on these i

50 $ The fourth' morning he could restrain The roots are balanced In the same side greets the harmony within and I meals a change for, "tie better will iI

himself no longer and cried out: 'What way, a large branch on one side being there steals over one from head 'to I come over the body In practicallyevery L;
Is' the secret of your getting'' to the root. The centerof I has not I;
Of our clothing business has been matched by a large foot the subtle se&Mroas tingle of case where,the disease

Every old sore exists because of a polluted condition of the blood! This mosque *first? I get up early and lost something short of prenomenal and Is gravity Is thus always perfectlymaintained. warm new blood the perfect poise of I become too firmly Axed and chronic.

Vital fluid is infected with some germ or old taint or perhaps has been leftIn no time. The other man asked, 'How due,,to the progressive Ideas and catering a well-fed nervous system. Remember health Is a matter at
many wives have you?'- When he answered and needs of our
an unhealthy condition from a long spell of sickness or the trouble may to the taste All this Is absolute evidence that wisely selected food and a hannoalous .
'One been
the fortunate said the growth has of Inventions.Human
man
: While Flaffoe
be .
Inhent The poisonous germs and matter with which the" blood is saturated You can never get to the mosque ear. patrons.remarkable it nevertheless has been. ingenuity Is a plague to modern the possessor' has been.fed right and mind. It ,will be a tremendow
force an outlet oh the face, arms, legs or other part of tht body and should sUck to that, of read the little book. Th
little kind to
form lier than I, for I hare four wives. gradual. Tall oaks from acorns life, and there is some excuse for food and help
a sore or nicer. This being continually fed by a polluted blood supply, When I wake up one brings me my grow.r We have properly planted our the view of a great man who regardedthe habits which have ,produced the result -I Road to W llvme'" found In pkn. oi
grows red and festers and flesh until it
angry, eats into the surrounding of the result
becomes clothes: another gets my shoes, a third acorn and we are proud Inventor of railways as a curse to The facts stand forth _and the of Postum and Grape->'nts.
what is aptly termed "old The relief produced, by win demon
very an sore. The following
bath and the attained. The truth probably!; Is that Reason and a profons4, .
external prepares my fourth his race. conclusions are certain. If trouble I "There's a
treatment is only temporary. The only treatment that can do any strate the reason for our popularity
real good is a blood purifier that goes to the very root of the,trouble and re- cooks breakfast. The result Is I lose and growth: Goods and Prices. ;; no Invention Is at first perfect and we distress .and lnharmonj1"1i. 1 the days one. .
1m- .
no time. \ow" friend at have to suffer from Its transitory
my go once .
fcoves the cause and for this It drives out ---
S. S.
nothing S.
iron: : the circulation all morbid purpose matter and genus equals, even reaching down to and marry three other wives, and yon ;,elfectlona-London Lancet. Posfum Cereal Co. Ltd., Battle Creek, I Mien. i
will know the :
secret of .
hereditary: : taints, and. by cleansing the blood heals old sores permanently. my arriving .
S. first at the White & Nix I A Sensitive Canine.BaxterThat
S. S. net builds 1ttp mosque.
only removes all taints and poisons from the blood but dos of yours Is not a
Th
poor Turk followed the advice, ,
by to
supplying it with the rich, health-sustaining properties it needs terrier. Is bet Bix. -
Boston
and coon he knew whthe man.with full blooded
keep the system in health. S. S. S. makes pure blood 'and a Sore must very don't let him hear
old chap:
Lea! if the blood is pure and healthy. Book on Sores and, Ulcers and fear wives got to the mosque $ by-Hush. be Is.-Woman'-Home POSJT.UM
OUTFITTERS thinks
*tcaical advice free 1rst-h. stayed there.in preference to I' you. He
"fIlE 8 IFT. FI1 staying at home.*-Leslie's Weekly. Companies

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rw': ,. PAGE FOURTH THE_ PEN8ACOLA!: ; ',JOURNAL,: THU.-R8D AY-MO RN I N 0,: ,OCTOBER, .'28, 190R., --o, ,"

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.j*.'definite,-information r n-'the- anih As now made,Ayer Sarsaparilla does "
!t'. considerably cheaper to keep trp two manufacturers of brood pave- not con
the litigation"than:pay,% heave fine1 'inent Tie --wood*.-Ufied" were long-H tty of'he'Tarionswaodsthe, relative the NomoreAlcohol lain the 1east particle of alcohol la any form ita
,
r Interest ,on the ,assessed fine 'more leaf pine. Norway pine, tamarack value: of, heartwood and sapwood blocks and ever. T ou'eet allure tonic and alterative effects!,
'VLfJe JoafnIl .blreh-western larch and'Wash,best dimensions for the without ctunuktiaiu Vb.cn t stimulant is
than pays court:costs,and the lawyersare most serviceable"Angle for 'thecourses. needeiyear ,
ington fir. All blocks were laid with the doctor will knov: it, and will ten
of
., pain..by the'year-..: I the .grain Tertkal.; and were four- ., The', information will.' 'Jew be Consult him freely about our remedies.you t
inches wide and from four to .ten wu.blto MobJewhere 'a' 'we s.i nosesrbt.palrigD
Now,' that the News's "Mysterious creosoted bloc': lC; oti
} WEEKLY. SUNDAY inches long TheSe' frlpcvg were impregnated thousand yards of $b.Saeoal..orsuocrv+esr.tio.L -
DAILY' .' Mr. R mes" has surrendered: himself with creosote and laid pavement were put ...down. partly as

PUBLISHED: EVERY: \MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Atlanta will soon resume! the even upon s foundation: of Portland cement an experiment on St- Ixais :and .'
tenor of her'way.,. concrete. Successive sections of ,the Claiborne streets.. The pavement las
...B J.... ; pavement were laid la: different won favor'in the city, and both Mayor : :

John Philip Stusa haunt ought: to woods Also tie angles of the, Lyons .and Engineer Wright Smith .
Yr THE JOURNAL COIV1PANY.FRANK kick, lat we have canned' educationas courses 'were varied, one being at of the board of public works believe

well as canned music. right an, es to'3 traffic, another' at that the city can obtain no better The best mixtures

T L MATES. President an' General Manager, 45 degrees sad a third between the paving material. The wood on St 'J '_ "of'.thls season const1.
""' 4 a..J.II." the two, or 671-2 degrees. This experimental Louis and Claiborne -street was laid tote deTer arrangemeuts ,

# pavement was laid on a' by contract, at .what- was consideredby :> on
MEMBER THE MSSBCIATEB PRESS.O FACTS .ABOUT CUBA. street which carries the heaviest the,engineer and board of public grounds of
t 0 traffic of the city" so that compara? words a reasonable price. The price _gray blue nod: black.

a SUBUCIWPTION RATES (Mottle feeraldj :tire results can 'be obtained In as per yard,could be reduced If the citY; ", '.LIne overplaids or invialble -
short a time possibleTraffic owned a plant' for treat*"* the wood : plaid a
as -
ii f T ar .. ... .............$ff 00 Orie Month ., .. .. .. .. 45 ..i- records will be made .twice a month, blocks.the, material being 'on three i streetscontribute e
.. 1 50 On. Week.. ,. .. .. ... ... 10 ( largely toFashIon's
ii Six Month .. .r .. .. on different days of, the' week. and sides,of the city, in any quantity
:4e T1QtM k6aot3s.: .. '.. ,. 1 X Weekly Edition per""", r..n to The island of' Cuba is a rich and from these records an' accurate fseffited. : The government; report : t- Idea of correctnezewhatever .

tempting prize. Its fertility is proverbial knowledge of traffic conditions. may Quoted shows that In Minneapolis! ; Is x

and, given good government, be obtained. whers the cty! itself lays wood pave: right can be found Iu s
The Oofr lbssc i Nsssssspes' Frm Whfoft BcfaRmfdrcalaflwt it might well hope to become, in proportion From the data'obtained, the government meat, the price has been greatly reoj j our assortment

-t Statement Can Be Seaweed to Its populatlon.and area one department, expects to furnish -duced.WWvV : ,

of the richest -of nations. Its territory 1 ";......-r JIIj! Ji&I<1!"' ,r"-"'::- =-- Those who Yearn for
W comprises 44,000, square miles., "
+ 'Paper..n Sale on Trains which makes It almost *a large as .V....V.VVV..t..a..04.0.&.d., 4Nd ; Something different
MNas.J== : I the important state of Pennsylvania.:j get all kinds of 'at-

t and at all News Stands. Strategxaiuy.. it has been caned the 1|i THE GRIEVANCE OF | : Short 'Talks'on Tailoring isfact10n here-and our
and of the
key of the Carribeaa sea I knowledge of style, .I;

: OMPo.e-Jaernat B.INIvC.raer Inteeia and DaLuna Sts.PlNSAOOIjA ., gulf great of value Mexico.ag a naval On account bass the of Uni-its THE ISLE ?: PINES | workmanship and the 0m

ted States will never relinquish_ its .I I RIGHT HERE Is where a poor fine points of taIlor. -a
.
protectorate over the island, for the Jacob Waldeck, ,in ., tedger. tailor Js lever right and some better 1lg 13 responsible' for

: FbftRIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, : 1906. Panama canal has to be guarded. in +++.'+...,+...o.ooo..o..o.' .+/ONOHN oa o ones areften wrong. f the superior ratlIlge

; all its approaches.The I I skirts -may split became the accorded our Produo.
'-' I I II trade of the island, when one I With the crimbling of the Palma but the others had a somewhat larger' waist is too\ long, or because the tions.
workers not to belittle the strengthof
The Surrender of aiSt. I regards its small population of $1,600- given to lttendance, Americans who sought i seat ,is cut too small but usually 'ft's 1
the opposition. ,, 000, (Pennsylvania has ,700,600)) is I government a new turn was 1 to take'a.. census of the island were because _the tallor in putting in the It'll up to yon!
Louis Minister. A copyrighted New York Herald of Havana the administration cF
remarkable. The foreign trade ver picturesque Cuban stretches the -
placed,under arrest An'attempt was skIrt pockets, edges so
The following rather astonishing special contains the following: i amounts to $10 .000..lloo annually of the Isle of Pines. This made this year to raise one man's they have "to split to fay flat

x.Qlgpatch was sent oat la regular press It is conceded on every hand that:' and Is augmenting. Qenfuegos has happened when the alcalde, or mayor: tai from 545 to $620. Repeated and i You ,
from St. Louis a day or ao the present canvas is baffling and an annual foreign trade of nearly $20- was removed and a lieutenant of the forceful protests on his part led to ,can't remedy 11. Just don.t SU ITS
reports ,
outward of (000000) Along the four principallines take it.
lacking In any evidence rural guards was made the chief officer the cancellation of the proposed increase Wii
ago: Intense popular excitement The. rural of railway the sugar freight of the It is charged that exhorbi- Tailored to Tastf
A Rev. W. W. Boyd. for thirty years counties show -unmistakable evidences -' amounts to 1, ",8O bags, on -which: mayor territory and He was in all governor that- tant fees "hare been exacted by officials Our skits run 111 parallel lines. ,
pastor of the Second Baptist Church. of anti-Hearst sentiment' the freight charges are more than :*S.- emperor
$29 to $50
been
concerned the population of the Island and that the tax laws have CtJIds
Fore of the wealthiest congregations while some of the manufacturingcities 000,000The foreign trade of the
- which is almost wholly American, construed unfairly to the property
'in the city, announced Monday he had show adrift of union labor islands pay In freight charges to
and he the guardian of the owners in order to produce the largest
quit the ministry, declaring aH voters towards him. These are the steamers and sailing vessels $16,000- was property I .
subservient to themoney interests, ,amounting to many possible amount,of revenue. j
moat be
clergymen two potent and manifest symptoms; 000 yearly.The _
power" or leave the churches. for the rest there is a dead calm over British and Canadian investment millions of dollars. Aside from Americans Cuba administered government in] pRICKEIT PERSON 1 rARDNFR r
the'Inhabitauta officials this email community at cost of $37r
"ilia modern faehioBattte city 'the face of the political waters. is conservatively estimated at include only a ,
clmrch said Dr. Boyd,. Is run by What lies behind this calm no politician $120,000,000. There are, besides, large and a small number of native 000 a year Some of the officials and TAILORS For fin the E2re Pensacola.FRANK .
tram one to six men! -who are the ,feels Quite sure. Some reservation -Spanish German and French invest- laborers.To the salaries they received per month
largest eontrtbutaSB: to the roads, and goeswith every prophecy and mentsIt is this heavy foreign In- secure a more up-to date form, were: Mayor 4175; captain of the B. G RD14ER. 1d81lager. Brent BuIlding.
therefore Insist upon certain policiesof few prophets are talking vestment which the United States has of government the'.!Americans on the port, 4100, and four clerks at .$&0. $54,
admiriWraOon. These men could Island appealed to;.Taft and M goon: $40 and 420; doctor of the post. $50;
,A Washington special to The Hem to guard Uiider Its obligations stipulated
.4 :pat no padlock upon my UPS What I of Paris Cuba They asked that 'the United States secretary to the, mayor, $70; treasurr -
'belteve I preach. -Maa take tha phis Commercial Appeal starts off assumed by those the treaty obligations but its settle the existing dispute as to tile '$45; assistant treasurer 43S; t

church tor a cloak of re edabIUtr. with:. too feeble to ownership of the island !by taking special policemen: for mayor, $25; two .
The war modern churches are run is President Roosevelt is not one of government has proved possession, of it. If that could not be other policemen, $40 each; judge, ;;
'resnoBOhfl) for the banding up of those optimistic. Republicans who be relied investors.upon to ensure safety to done, they requested a government 4158; secretary, $100. ., stenographer, m DRINK BOTTLED
4reat ethical cult1De'etie8, Chnat1a.D think that Rttg es" is going to have a European having at least some suggestion' 4100; interpreter $6(); one deputy at .. '
Island Will have to be
science creed, aad kindred, orftaba&ona. walkover hi New YorK indeed,, it Is The governed '; good order and Justice.. |50 and: two others at $33 each. AH bIf
The tendency: of tneodem I no secret that he is considerably with a strong hand for a long time.but The Island is about thirty by fortynsxles of thia in a community of less than b0.tty:
There win be civil government
> fashionable church is wholly. 'wrought up over the outlook, and his in dimension. It is rich in 2000 people. 8 i@srL1it
unsheathed 8
to' observe the interest of the rich." concern is plainly manifested by the the 1IW01'dwnt be kept natural wealth.: It 3s sixty miles Congress win be, asked this winterto
and !argegarrison maintained prob- h.0.Cdr
The remarks of the reverend gentleman freqaent conferences he 13 having a at of the Cubans from Cuba-95 "Pel: cent of the land decide the Question 'whether the 4e ;
''Q at first glance, appear to'bear with leaders of his party as well as by themselves ably the expense' is owned by Amercans. island belongs to Cuba or to the United ; :
his determination to launch as many; Members ,of the island commissionwho States. Three years ago President t
z of bid for cheap notoriety There'can be no temporizing. with
4uitiress a pT
members of his cabinet '
as practicable came over 'to confer with the Roosevelt submitted to the senate -
and aaem to indicate a desire to pose in the campaign in the state. the guerrilla sort politicians. They provisional government stated that a treaty giving Cuba lull 2 ror
will have to be dealt with summarily, Before that bt
'.0 a majtji to the "aaoaety 'power" The bet'of the matter is that'. the Investments ot'AmerlC&1ls.un the title to the island on the 0 0 drinking, see you
if they persist in breaking: the public
f .which, -while it VBQWBtioaably dabbles Hearst's followers both in the rego-, island exceeded m.o o.ooo in value. ground that both politically and
__ peace. said in the Island is the GENUINE. A word r:
They population summer geographically prop get
far democratic
: In about +everything wonfiy, baa party; ana ,out of it o 0
about 700 and in winter of Cuba. The o
M'I "". was nearly erly apart senate as
;x J' bardly: Invaded the sanctity of the and in the Independence League, are '" 2,000. They made the point, too, hat the result of a vigorous movement of to the wise is sufficientHygeia e;

e chorea or thrown Its baleful Influence confident of success, while those who USE OF WOOD BLOCKS many other Americans are Interestedas opposition on the part of the islanders o 0, wim

over yfatt: of the soul. oppose him from the president down FOR STREET HAVING property owners and they will go under the leadership of Maj.. J. In.Df

It IB true that many "men take the are badly ,scared- -so badly in fact, ------" to the Island and develop their landsas E. Runcle, has refrained from ratifying /In/
that his defeat (Mobile Register soon they-are assured of treaty. Bottling Works
tirarch: for,a. cloak of .resp ..tdd111:7.: would come as a great as ht good ; the ,
surprise to them. 11HH government. It is contended by the islandewrs iat'In
bit ills eoBBfly true that they are, AH indications at the H J.H According these men, Cuba has that the treatY'of Paris ceded to the 124 f. Chase Street. Phone 587.Lumber .
happfly. In a hopeless minority andcer&doiy present tim treated _the, island.1 very much as United States the'Isle of Pines justas i&t
am Lava its effect whatever point to the election of Mr. Hearst as It is only within the past few years Spain formerly treated Cuba. 'Heavy it did Porto Rico. They claim that iRtn
.
-Pen true QrlI1llmltJ. the next governor of the Empire that wood as a material for: street taxes have been levied, and the money McKinley! Hay and the war depart ..

'The fact Chat Her. Boyd has quit State. paving has given satisfaction in-wooden the has gone' Into the -national treasury ment recognized the island as a part ,
United States, although treated A large and expensive force of officeholders of the United States. It
was Included :CtL
,; the mlciatry; is of itself ample proof The weather machinery block pavement'has been in ser
was Brightly sad&Ied
'on In
was the island. the large map of the United
that fie is unfit to be a minister for Injured during the hurricane, which vice in Paris;London,Vienna and other -No 1mprovementS ere' made. Official States Issued by the Interior depart in a Hurry for RepairsWhen

4 It is Ore ditty of minister to oppose probably accounts for the edge ttf the large cities of Europe since 1890. power was exercised In an arbitrary ment. The ,treasury department In ow

with an hIs strength", the conditions northern blizzard touching the gulf The first attempts to introduce wood and unjust manner.A a customs decision ruled that the
;
.of which Eev. Boyd complains and by coast. Or, possibly the weather man .pavement in this country failed because point on an Improved roadwayon island wag not a part of Cuba. The you want lumber for repairs, you wantit 1lr

,his example\] and teacblngs' overcome,, has: allowed another apprentice at the .methods i>t of improper preparation.: construction Round blocks or the island Is called the Twentiethof Platt amendment In 1902 held ,out in a :hurry. You can rest assured that your lum-

if possible, any tendency to moral ecay. helm. May. It gets, its name from the the question of the sovereignty of if ordered from theSaunters
I. were used without chemical or' tar fact that the work of improvement the island for settlement by congressat ber will be delivered promptly
treatment and hi most instances on there when the 1It
stopped Americas military some future time. Military Governor
All things considered, and whether It is: said that Sir Thomas Upton inadequate foundations. They' soon government left these islands Wood was ordered to contin-

the charges of'"'Ttev. Boyd bate any is back: of the scheme to organize a decayed and wood fell Into disfavor May 20, 1902. The: Improvement has ne, the military government In the 21

foundation upon ,fact or not, he :will] $560,000,000 .meat, combine. When I 83 a paving material. Since 1900, been untouched since that time. Isle of Pines when he left Cuba. but' Mill Company, 1.

, hardly be missed from a calling for the combine Is an accomplished fact however the prejudice caused by the Casss of oppression: cited by the he did not do !!O. and control of the 1:

which,his own surrender Indicates he Sir Tom can utilize the water in i it first failures has been almost having wholly been islanders included that of an American island lapsed to Cuba. Phone 717. 27 East Garden Stnat. a
to learn how to call I removed ,tee change Trbo filled a rut in the road in Now the Cubans insist noon hold E
unfit a yacht the successful use
brought about by front of his
property and was arrested ing it. The administration feels that
r
a of rectangular pine blocks treated for trespassing the public do- it belones to Cuba. Under .!!I J
(Hon. Hoke' Smith, of Georgia is The chances are that. Walter Well with the products of pitch pine In rlelitfulry f
main. They said that $10,000 the belief. that
was appropriated However It belongs
being discussed as a presidential man finds his surroundings in Paris cities. 1
post several large for the education A1buiisLargest
of the to Uta United States Americans have _
; albtlity. tf the other Smiths, Clarke more congenial than they would have The United States department' of. children on the island. There were bought and settled the island and Post Card t

Howell,.CoL Estell and the rest of the been had he started on that celebrated agriculture, reporting on recent experiments four schools. One teacher was said I they urge, congress; to give them
'
bunch that opposed him in the Georgia airship voyage, ,to ,the north pole in wood paving to determine to average from one to three children American government. Y
pbernatorlal'can be and got,frozen in there., the best materials and methods selection of the latest designs at all prices.
has Issued a circular from which the
r, induced to run also the race will be following statement taken: Assortment, containing many different designs.oeB .
"The facts about the marriage of ms.'n nnbn. DSn.Qu .. .
a exciting if not edifying Recent use of rectangular wooden ,
Rameses II, some 4000 years ago are blocks for street pavements has given ;
Hearst's Chances just coming to light The society exceilent results. Many engineers i NEWS AND VIEWS,
editor must have been asleep at the believe that these blocks, when PrOP- if I
Growing Brighter.The switch," remarks the esteemed Wash- erly creosoted and laid on a concrete \ New, Brent Building. Phone 235..
chances of William Hearst's ington ,PostA foundation make a pavement which ; oJ at & FROM STATE PAPERSBroward's IU.

election to the governorship of thee possesses high excellence in a greater ,

state, of New York are growing German admirer has sent, President -number of essential qualities than any lu-..... .' ._....- -.........------.-.-_-_...,._.__ ,
Roosevelt a pair or live storks other now Jo. use. .Among these qualities 1
c. brighter day by day and the opposition t !
Doubtless they are intended for use are great smoothness low traction "Paf Stand. the happenings just as they occur G. DeSILVA & COMPANYrunning
to his ,
t which
candidacy was so resistance minimum noise, and .
In connection with the Gov. Brow rd,- is, we believe, the and our visitors and citizens can rely '
president'swen .
pronounced on the'part of many known considering its smoothness, comparatively only man ever elected to the gubernatorial upon It 'that West'Palm Beach is a
A k leading politicians and newspapers anti-race suicide theories. littleglipperfness..' SlIpperiness chair in '''this state on a sta" safe place in which to reside at all

;; at the beginning of the campaign, has President Roosevelt will start on has sometime proved objectionable, ted platform and then had the manhood times and at any time of the year- Are again and can take ordersfor
simmered down to an apparent elort his trip to the isthmus of Panama but Is not greater for wood than for to stand irrevocably for his aim West Palm Beach News. j
to sheet Asphalt, till temperature conditions -dra:nage of the Everglades. Alu- Our stoctof lumbar is
soft arter'the
g arrange something to light on soon November elections considered; and wood is much chua PostTampa ,-Republicans Scared specialwork ,
when the republican and plutocratic but we haven't'heard of an invitation less variable in this particular than 1 The Hearst campaign In New York

' props are knocked from under on election ,being extended'to Poultney Bigetow. !s the asphalt It is probable that no i Is Exempt. Is becoming more spectacular ana sufficient to fill all orders ,. eat us .

-day. A fairly good general idea other pavement with equally slight The storm which skirted: the soot' pyrotechnic as it draws to a close. ,--, *.\' % J
of bow his candidacy: Is viewed 'at Decatur, Ala. has a negro who is traction resistance will be found less ern end of the Florida peninsula for Mr. .Hearst, is holding up his end '

the present time in various quarters over one hundred years of age. That slippery. Wood pavement is also the past day or two was of small dimedslons well and is In fine feather. The republicans PhoneJJ.

k gained from the doing pretty well-for Alabama. In easy to clean and to maintain, and though of rather Intense have the biggest scare on
may followingc&pptngfrom Florida the record shows several who when well laid gives promise of prov- energy. Tampa seems to be still lo, that they have had s'nce Cleveland
1 ; different source: have reached one hundred and ten. ing more durable than any other except cated In the exempt belt-a circumstance was elected.-Ocala nner-,
The' Hearst news service quotes one constructed of the hardest doubtless due to the physical

lodge Griggs; chairman of the Democratic Secretary of War Taft is the big- granite. conformation of tie influences which Better b$ Careful. I of the U. C,EL Union 'is,in attendanceand NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.As .
,
Congressional Committee as gest drawing card in the hands of the This is a high recommendation and control the formation and line of travel The Cuban "patriots" are already niliny'more of the'general oSVcen!
' it carries weight coming from a government of the disturbances.-Tampa Times. complaining about the the United
follows: speakers" bureau of the Republican way Y;;,are expected from the 11Orth.I The an kicks registered in this offlee
department Added to the States Is governing the islandIf the
Hearst Is coming down to the Harlem I thy was devoted to collecting the for failure of delivery of tM
congressional committee. He is also East Coast Hurricane.The
authorities la Indianapolis Cubans
op'n'on! of city .are 'not more discreet! the
,
: river with a majority, and he will Beach ministers :yearly dues and quit a charged to the carriers
Palm up
the biggest of"all the citizens of West paper are
speakers."The New York Minneapolis Toledo first thing they know will give '
We : was paid to the bishop for be
sum
large subscribers
Greater New York by a hundred hurri- It is desirous that
= carry ought to be thankful that the
t and Boston,who have had experience Spain another twenty million dollars church.
not
the general
has
thousand or more. Now figure his certain that tie paper
up little damage Quite
did
Brotherhood cane of Thursday so
of St
Andrew with wood pavement the statement to take back the Philippines. and SUM
Tote and have his real before registering
upstate been delivered
ry you has done Memphis a world of good." of the forest service of the department ; but then the hurricanes of south- we'll throw in Cuba for good measure St Joseph's ,Lawn" .
majority. He will Brooklyn bya Party.
carry '"era Florida are "few and far be- ,
conclusirelysettles
of agriculture Tampa Herald. kick.At
says the Commercial) Appeal This In fro3houses
larger rote than he did last year tween" seldom more than lawn which times complaints comes
the superiority of wood when and are The party was to have ,. the
Pat .McCarren was against him last will be pleasing news to those who -_ cool at which we are certa'n
laId. But the cost ; good st'ff, blows which clear and ANNUAL CONFERENCEOF 1 I for St '
properly averaging been given Joseph's 'church!I. and this s
year, just as he Is this, but the people we familiar with Memphis. the In far west and paper has been delivered
over there that voted the straight about $3 per Square,yard is be- atmosphere. the they have A. M. E. Z.CHURCH some time since but which was postponed +obviously unjust to the toysr'oudo
in Colorado
ticket last year for regularity sake An Investigation should be com- yond the price for most cities are prepared -.(real California hurricanes and which always do damage The annual conference of the A. M. on account of, the storm winnow not get the paper we want to ].110'-

wilt of course desert McCarren for- the menced -forthwith to discover, if possible cost is to maintained pay pavement through the and his this* to an enormous extent but their E. Z. church in West Florida convened be given in the form -of a bazaar ItJ: bat please be certain.

same reason. what. has become of States Attorney price of yellow pIne. The departmentof I' inhabitants never parade their tosses in Big Zion church yesterdayat next Tuesday night Oct.:0, 'at St AT
k An Assoclated Press dispatch ,sent Jerome. sericulture is, at present making and hash up these affairs. We,. on 10 o'clock with Bishop J. W. Al- Joseph's HalL There will be no admission FRESH HEADLESS SHRIMPS

out from New York contained the investigations to. test the suitability the contrary give the news and, ten, stock presiding. Rev J. T. McMillan fee. JOE ROTH'S.
A. Kentucky negro hafised himself !
following paragraphs: of other :woods and an, experimental .. :;.--
Charles E. Hughes the Republican with 'a rope.,. And yet there are people paveanent has been)&'4 in the city 1

nominee for governor, after a talk who claim there is nothing: new of Minneapolis &s. a co-operative undertaking

, i with State Chairman Woodruff this under the sun.Torn between ,the city government -
afternoon, left for Kingston, where he and: the forest service. Differ
poke -nlcht. Mr. Hughes ,win be. : Watson's magazine without ent woods were donated. In lots of Plantation SarsaparillaBgyiy
htayten; days. Tom will be a good deal like oyster 15,000 board feet,by a number of lam-

After seeing Mr. Hughes today, Mr gumbo minus the oysters. ber companies or lumber associations

Woodruff sent out a warning to He-: Interested in extending!:: :the' market _
'- publican leaders. The state,chairman When big'corporations are convicted for their respective woods. Creosote -
: fears over-confidence ce and urges party, for:Violation of the anti-trust laws and treatment were contributed by Eaual to any SI.OO preparation on the market.

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I PEOPLE AND EVENTS Wagar Special, Oct.to 24v The We JeurnaU are hating'cry The Lonely Lifes

fine' weather now although it is

I II anther frosts! cooL We have. had two heavy

BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. jDyfrfca are now
a 'occupying the building vacated bjr Mr. The Tragic of Whoi"j 1.
Confession
i Telephone No. 38 After 3 $. M. I'ana Mrs. Gentry.Mr. ... a Spinster,

I for. Robert Century BartweH where Jeft he will Saturdaylast visit -,. .'- < '> Realizes That No. Fame.. or Wealth Can,
:his .I '
:! twmm mim m parents. "

-- I their Mr! new and home Mrs..:Sharpe are Improving ,, '>. .}, ', .. Compensate for the Solitude of Her Life. ;

I Installed in her residence, and its Mi. Lyrie has Accepted a position in < <
number.. C99. It is such a pretty) tic! mill of the McClure Lumber Co..
The editor ot this depart- rsy II I new shiny one and looks_almost as The fox hunters are progressing In this article th e4 author whose name for obvious :4 i .
had in- ftive ,
a telephone if it could talk, but oh the frailty nicely as they nave caught BOW, -

sailad fit .lasr residency then of mere looks for there it stands a some of which are very tams > reasons we are not at liberty to disclose,, drops for'
mute reminder of the trite old saying Mr. Amasan is bufid1ng'1l1J his t
<
She
= er d"'l fca. h nimberat that all things come 'to' those who station. It,looks like a little town. j .once: the mask which she in common with other
Ji.t.11
cut bq tead S wait. Sometime, thrush it has Mr. aad Mrs. Brocks, Mrs. L E.
anyi'm up-'three: ct ebckb promised to 'Ks working," and the Jernigan.went to the creek last Sunday '. ;: "Bachelor Maids,," is accustomed to turn to the world. J -

the moon an4 ater ya soft tinkle of the bell and the sweet expecting to see a good many ..

d t voice of ,the "tellow girl" will be a people baptised but ,the, baptising was .
tht,1 trough Jeghnnez
:> :welcome sound. postponed.The Though no longerYoungf she frankly she longsfor
it JTbaJtooniil:! xxfice.WEDBHJG. >?: n a house of :Jackson Smith, col-
; :: .
? ;}
b i The many friends Sere and else- ored, was robbed Monday afternoon the 'companionship of a husband and the care of, 4

r where' of" Mr D. V. Daly will regret while Jackson 'was away from home. ". 'children The circumstances which have fromher'
tA I to learn that he is seriously: ill with He supposes the burglar had a key kept -
Brlght's, disease in Savannah, wherehe to fit the lock. The burglar toot a
feRrt S tT AFPAJB. the which these
A I happiness blessings bring are
has been for the past two months.Mr. suit of clothes, a razor, watch chain t .
Co -flZ 11a;> O: t-brIIIIEnt' weddings- I Daly came to Pensacola about and many other things. No trace of stated with the directness which characterizesthe
In DCGUr this Hff:T 'W&9 that of *:ii SB&nxsdStfa I eight years ago with the advent ot the burglar hasyet been found.We same

liar Qnlna and Mr. 'ew I the West Coast .Naval Stores Co, and are pleased to see Mr. McCJoreoat whole article. It is the life-story of a *'successful"woman H '
TStifitag, which the road
waslolemniaed
rats1n gtcu s was with that company until the coa on today.Special ..
a B tfclock: last night at ?; solidatlon'of the naval stores-interestsin a drama of real life in, which the last act is, ,i .
ta teeideao* *vt tbe bride's mother this state, and since then was -

t5 t .U Qrt ia, corner B glen and naval stores Inspector at the. yardsin WAR a tragedy. -
(-.egor1' streets. Father Fullerton, oft this city. He .is well known and I JNGTON'I I ,

31t,ha -t dtUrctl o1lc1atng.! esteemed by every one wna whomhe
Pronptif fhei annotated hour the comas in contact and the an- This article appears in our new magazineWOMAN; 1
ItlstfM:: l w ftfiiag march from Menfigssoan nouncement of his serious Illness will to The .Journal.Warringlon. .
r: plajfid: by> Miss Minnie Ran.war be received with regret. He went To Oct 24.-The ladies of gt
Qulna. #
was heard. The ribbon bearers Miss Bernadette Savannah a few weeks ago on a vaca- the Catholic church gave a dance -
{BUT }ia number namely' :Miss Edna tion and was somewhat ill before he Tuesday night, for the benefit of the

ft.m *vc> ,T- >JIY)) "VT;Miss-Edna Finch, the improvised dining hall made left but since arriving there his con- Sisters of Mercy. The proceeds "will 6.,
fcss Lucy:: :$a"a&e .and Miss Francis was Tfida aids gallery dition has grown worse and his attending be used to repair their property here, f
Ctrfstie', E5 iieaotltafiy dreBssd inidnnty with by encJosbw-thfi canvas. The eachj ure vas; a physician. pronounces'hls''condition which was badly damaged by the -
'fbooks ef- white swiss
tt critical storm.
| !{ a
perfect dcexzo.: : .sf fairyland with Itsnamerons
KStt pin stile sashes were the The first since the
trti. W c'r dummy storm,
neantl- ,
and
first qf fire Uriealj. arty'to ippeir.Bies9"J olectado tables lights, Mr. Thos. C. Watson and Mr. -Jas.X cache through Tuesday afternoon on
) decorated
; EeSty UUIe girla entered tram fully In -carnet" of the dining tall'< Watson left yesterday on the mail the regular 3:50' schedule time.
lie front 5Snrh racnd topnad.a bridal one Imniense :Japanese punchbowl boat Ruth to Join Senator S.' R. Mal- Mrs.. Vo leftTast: week for Mont. .- ,
.iiiJa withwhif': was an decorated at the edges with Jory's party at the latter's camp on gomery to attend the fair.
Then' master A Brssn: Garnters Bayou. Mr. N. B. Cook 'Frank
orme bandies mu luscious grapes. :MissHanway I and Mrs. Spites the electricianfor .
baa, '1tandsome little ring bearer Mr Frank L. Maycs returned from yards and docks, has moved his -
here with her usual
:p & -aIH IC19"; raft JU1 oe a..t il- ease and presided.grace. She wore -an elegant there a day or two since. SenatorMallory's family to Pensmcolft. .... Now On Sale At All News-stands. '. r..
I .J .J .Ofr.
ler tray; friends will be 'glad to .Ur. Oerttng: Faiefte, who bag beea
Of welts lace over white satin. t
The .brtaEacaaias, ::3pB3; ..Ce1estm"QuJ1A.1 'gown The' bride's cake. was in the form .know that he is enjoying a fine outing on a visit to his mother and grandparents r. 10 Cents A Copy $1.00 A Year
Maid i ot hcnOr;ani buss gene. of a great-snojr white heart, and contained and is rapidly improving in health as since the vtorm. win leave .I
,4i.' :g, prcceS0i( the Srtdfi. i imn3 a ring, a button and a key. a result of the invigorating out-door Wednesday night fer derBlaird, Ohio.
) !_ toeee was.an erqnfelteof The following young ladles served life at Ganders."fe'fe ''Mrs., Alvin! McI/eUan is visiting her THE FRANK A. MUNSEY
'aUon white grandmother parents In Montgomery. While there
refreshments: Miss Clara Belle, Miss Miss Mast Johnson who has : COMPANYNew"YOrk.
bsoyeTxKhitersilk; and the resem- Fan Turner, Miss :Edna Avery, Miss she will enjoy eeeing the sights of ,
Uanca.'tnls'y4C w.* 'girl has aJwaysborn ; spent the summer in Bayonne, N. J., at the fair. ; I
Mamie Merritt, Miss Roberta Eytr,
irinre" with her sister Mrs. L. W. Morse,'has
"to "Glbsna was '
a 'l' Miss Elise CMpley, Miss Florence returned home. Mrs. Carney who.has been making g
strBEfcigly'bra ai out by the Simplicity Guttman: and Miss Francis Swain. Peasacola. he> .home nince the storm, .
gf her-costume.: :She carried'whitecarnxlons The two young sisters: of the bride, ii- visited her mother, Mrs. Job Mo-. I I;
Grand Chancellor Henry Horsier '
A WELL KNOWN : :
:Ml. Belle. "Whittos: was beautifully Miss also assisted Alice and in.Miss serving Annie the refresh Qulna, of the to K.attend of P.,the goes K.to or XTHgiTiTia P., district today Alister'Mrs. one Ptochow day this'week-. has returned. from I J. F.. DAVIS, JEWELER :1 :

dressed }n white grandmother 'i;wis Atlantic City N; J. where she has .< '
ments. These two little girls looked convention. He Will also institute anew LAWYER DEADBEN. Nowjn. : f
over white Bilkher bouQuei was pink very sweet and.pretty. In white frocks' lodge while there. been spending the past few months. New Brent Building 23 S. Pafef ox 5t < -! : I."
wreath
siS she wore graceful
roses a and pink sashes I' ..JJ9.i't' ?+. Mr. Mailer wife o: undef BoatswainMailer k
oflovely flowers.lYom. The bride's, maids received quaInt Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred S. Metten have of the Osceola is here. She (! '

the bride back, leaning parlor came the arm therbarming gold pins with their ,Initials upon' secured a.comfortable suite of rooms is .stopping with the Miss Biggins J., CAUHOUN CXPJR D ATfit'S ..................................................... )
on them from the .t ride, as'a souvenir of at the Tourists Cottage, near. Bayou on. Broadway M feeU t
Quin.he the occasion.One Texar where they will reside temporarily 'Miss Augasta-sOertlng' Mrs. Palette HOM'E.m FALATKAON )1
: room was devoted to the Ares) and Mrs. John iFereman were visitors .
''white 'duchess lace over white satin ents, and it was filled to overflowingwith here on last 'Monday. SATURDAY.

of made fihny en-train white an tulle exgcrslte almost bridal envelop-veil a most magnificent, array. A Mr. Joe Manning and daughter, Now that the' dummy: is running j Bedroom furiiiture IWe I ( >
/ fora. check for a handsome sum was re- :Miss Edna, from Mobile, are guestsof again,the togs Trill discontinue their .
'/IngJier'sIender Mr. Franklin the ceived by the bride from her grand Mrs. M 'A. Quina., < passenger service. He St. Augustine decora of October ]
WhiCns
groom mother, :Mrs. Margaret Swalne.t Z2 say: 'f
rand Ills best Mr. Thornton Whlttasf'm -
/ man .
Old fashioned armchairs be
There. has never Jjeen a_ may ,
t the bride'a.d her attendants young Miss Ethel >Jones. of New Orleans, Information reached this city Saturday .:
In Pensacola brought right WitO date 'by ,
more popular commasthem have needful make the
couple to
everything
of the death Benjamin PntnamCaUiDnn
at the pretty improvised altar, where is the guest of Mrs. F. W.-Finch.
than Mr. and Mrs. 'Whiting Both ; arms and'allwifh pretty flonr-! irliich occurred at Us some
\iRev. Father Fullerton stood ready to bedroom of the most attractive -
having'res1ded .here all their lives ered dmrtz. 'uvtuum ai- Oarim in 1 one rooms
: : Patfatka 41-2 o'clock on the afternoon
,ceremony receive them of the and Catholic the church impressive was they number their. friends by the .The W.' little Lamar daughter Miss Mary of Mr.Frances and Mrs.C. is. brown, .green or.dark red. tif. that day of pneumonia- andBrigats ', in the house.;, Our line of dressers is large, j ,, F ''I'

'tread, during which the Melody of score., Mr. and Mrs. Whiting left on' the very ill with typhoid fever and doubtsare disease after an Illness showing a great many different designs i and ,t!
weekx.
ering a period of several
Love was softly played. entertained as to her recovery.Do Did yon ever use stocking lets for t
Immediately after the' ceremony, eleven o'c1ocktrain for a.trip throughthe oversleeve when working around the Deceased had been one of 'eov.1' ranging from $9 to $45. Handsome bed ': "t,
west which will Include Coloradoand
'Which '\\"witnessed only by relatives California. it now-order Blue Ribbon house! Try-them, and yon will like da's leading attorneys tor steads $5 to $10. Easy rockers from $125'-' ::1 }, j jIt
:*ad intimate friends-of the Fide andproon of a turJH.e ins far many i .
Lemon and Vanilla. -Absolutely wire them. !years associatedwith Hon. Robert i I to $20. Druggtts $5 to $50.
: a reception held which
was
It is true, no matter what anyone go twice as tar and the "Blue Ribbon r'i
lasted until> half past ten o'clock. W. D.a.m.1A. the J>ractlce of law, afterwards
says to the contrary. the editor ofthis Flavor is pert ction. Ask for the Glass which bas became dusty mast *1 II
with
having associated him
Tha handsome:: home of the bride'sanother ;
.
has bad 2Gc size.The
was a bower of lovely ferns, department a telephone be thoroughly dusted off before It & Judge Calvin Glllia. At the time of ; ,
trailing Tines and white carnations, cJeaned in any other- way. his death le was senior' member of i BUY NOW, PAY LATER.:
the color- scheme throughout the the firm of Calhoun & CaHi
house being; pink white and green. Journal's Daily Fashion Feature sonGLOSSY HAIR.It junior member being his' son. CaptainE. IL
Hiss Minnie Hanway. of :Mississippi, a I Noble Calhorm. I

schoolgirl friend of the brlda desIgned Can Only Be had Where There l.' When tie reir Bightn Judicial OP- MARSTON A "
the decorations which were No Dandruff. i cult ins created by act of the legislature I QUINA,

exquisite. Any man or woman who warts: soft, Colonel Calhoun was appointed,
Those Iff tha'receiving' :1fnee glossy hair.most, be free of dandruff, by Governor Jennings, state attorney 108xlKS. Palaf ox SL Phone 149. Pensacola, Ra. ; ; .t
Mrs. Alice Qulna who wore a b which causes falling hair. Since it witch position ie bas filled with :

Ing: "gown of black silk End lace; i ". .' has become known that dandruff is a credit and honor and impartiality.No .... ....... I......................................... <; .
M. A. Quina. who also ,dressed in gErm disease, the old hair preparations member of the Florida bar was .
Mack silk, Mrs. Whiting:, Mrs. F. W. .:' that were: mostly scalp irritants more highly esteemed, and ids colleagues ..
Finch and Miss Mattie: and Miss ; have been abandoned, and tIle public, throughout the state will regret .
Julia Whiting.A barbers and doctors included, ,have exceedingly his death.! need have no terrors for you Ij I-H t 3 '

charming feature of the occasion taken to .usLcs Newbnfs Herpiclde, enamln Putnam Calhoun was a WASH DAY if you send your Crashing to t
: i- the only hair preparation that kills grandson ot John C. Calhoon. the .'b
I i ii the; dandruff germ. E. Dodd, Dickinson great statesman, fiO wen known The New Method Laundry, j' '.
BEAUTIFULCOMPLEXIONS. ,'lit D. sajs Herpicide not only ttrronghout the cotmtry. Hte was born PHONE 1188 E,'W.JJVWRENC.. Prop. iIe+ MtttedLaandriBld.. .. W. ...... IT ;. .
i cleanses the scalp from dandruff, but In New York City about -fifty years I AGENTS WANTED. .
promotes a nw' growth. Herpicide ago, but came. to Florida when an intent -{ '<
keeps my hair glossy." and has since made his home in (
Pot sale by W. A. B'Alemberte St. Augustine and Palatfca. .....................................................
druggist and apothecary 121 Souh Deceased Is survived by devoted
:J5 one cent stamps with the names, and send lOc in .
Palafcz street 01 stampsfor wife, three sons, one of whom, WIS-
cddresses of ladies and'learn how
twenty ory Ban-pie: to The. Herpiclde Co.. Detroit Is in the United States and.
to have a lovely natural-color as Ions as '. ,; .' lam. navy
you live. This method is now being revealed Mich. Is on a cruise abroad, and :one little I fI
for the first time to the general I NOT1CEI
daughter
public. There are no'cosmetics, bleaches, It
lace powder or other poisons in' this.
11mI" s. blackheads and discolorations JaldUra Im Bat ..
disappear forever under this! method. r t uf It is Important to be cool and self
Woir.en and girls who wish to be beauti "The Best is What We Sell"Have
fut will be taught the simple laws ofanty. f r,-. possessed at the beginning of a f&hVwrites ,bZ
-* and they will learn how the most one who has commanded men
beautiful women of Paris, guided End con- Z
trcUed by Master Gypsy and Greek minds m battle, "As soon as the first shot Is
Fame appeared of life upon and the carried scene everything played be-the \ f You a Sweet fired men become wrfora and go Into Our Down-Town Store, Palafobt z Ti

{orethem with their bright '!.J action with a calmness which 1s most "
eyes and unrivalled }
and Intendencia Streets will be closed
: complexions : Impressive. Hi b explosive shells, i .
.I. L. MOCKLEY, ToothWe
1133 Broadway, ; : ", with their deafening aoise. make the

New York. .- :.i;.. most Impression on young and 11DIIea.8OHI1' !i to-day. (Thursday) to arrange stock ; l; ,.

..,.,. .'\ ''' soldiers, wbOe shrapnel affects
-.- ". can HH that tooth to -taste :j
and will be
t .. the old soldiers the moSt. Those who it some great bargains :
; with the line of Candle we aelL .
-- '. .- .' Imagln that itf.. possible to see a
Our Butter Meniers Mixed' Chocolate ,411' I heroic look on '-men's faces at,a declaim Z,, offered die public when we open -
is o' Bon-Bam 1. A.. box.._., 0eMenleK .:.,
moment completely n IstakenJ -
: :: Mixed Chocolate or Their faces are pale and have a Friday at 8 a* m. .,! }
half lb. box..S5cPrinces .
Bon-Bons
about !The straggle j jf
t barf look them.
a TreatWe I Sweets
:ff, box
: : Itself by the nervous baste of their
Princess Sweets (mixed), half ." will be repaid i .
sell Fox River Ib. box...................25c! &in *
,.
Butter, which is alwaysof ''' ,', < Chocolate BiscuIts, per box.25c! Jtloacmitolec ClUes. Our Up-Town Store in Brent '

< Chocolate Cream., Chocolate Wintergreens Over IB Europe'there are mt:13'-ha _.
even quality, never Chocolate towns .where the Dote of the mos- has been
Pepper. py Building arranged an.
rancid and always fresh mints, Chocolate. Mar hmaJ-, 4jolto is never heard and the lohaht- a ,
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and sweet. No better <- j lows, and: many other kind at tants don't care a snap' about the pennyroyal : we in te'all our customers to be ,: )_
box. But In America the
market
10 cents per
butter can' be bbught The *w+eUct Jin*' of Chocolate cities -wbieH-caa -cialra to be masqul- i sUre and come and see us. Youare i ;

than >" and Bon-Bons In the city In toless would not ran up to a dozen. :' '

0f .. bulk at 40 cent per pound.Rosenau6Gerelds. Denver Is one of them, and strange to I alJaysWelcome at fThe Big ; .
Fox River Butter. .- ,- .. -- say-Grand: Rapids, SIWu only a abort :iSMMMMMMMM J

way from the gnat Gehennas of Lake t. 'StoresWH. /' i .-
Superior Is another. The explanation

EVENING. GOWN:.OR NET. OVER. SILK. ___ :ot--- la that the ctty-is
Sol Oahn & Co 'An evening.gown*of, white:of cream "blocks. The girdle of pale yellow silk drift sand so deep and so finely pul-like I t .
moisture
net is.here depicted, the. tilMmlng was made very high in the middle of THE FANCY GROCERS, verized that they absorb
51 The Pure Food Store. consisting of insertion to match and the front:juia-back.- The ieeves-were paper> age water does Tat .

J Jsutlmtst Caner Pilaloi and iRtendeacia deep net lace; flouncing. The Insertion quite short end were formed of two '1 116' SOUTH l P A AFOX_ : ST. get a ghost of a chance to accumulate, I JOHNSON & SON } j j.i
'wits get Into the waist In strips, ruffles of the lace flouncing The ; aDdnest pBtoe9 lave carried tassr cargo I ,

Phones 480' I the effect squares being given' by skirt ,was also- rallied around the .pfiaae&H ', of microbes to more congenial market -. _
the use -of little gathered f Jills. of lower art and trimmed iby insertion t"..;" -' ---'- .; r >.-Health C ltnn.. .. ...... ... .....C ..M.........M.i ,
pale yellow' "silk1 ribbon, set: toA and strips' cl the gathered rftoa. -A; e

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I CLASSFIEI- & ADV5RT1.SIfIIENTS- TIJA'T. PArt If

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i. REAL ESTATE- f jt 1ilegatIIliome : f 1 ,JReanEstat. '- ... "bJ


$500 : If Some of -Safe: S PANAMA I' CTYI *M.u cq;.


: Desirable lot on East Hill, 80 ,feet front by 132& feet deep. : -

$950 .S ,YowMoneyils Investment go'go'

Two c*.tages on northwest corner of "B" and West Jackson'streMI,. If Immediate IPor Salle I

i sale. .T : amount of : ; I
S H.e "Use a reasonable FLORIDA

$1000 ... 81200:5: rooms. East Strong street. Good I sound Judgment but* .put. your 111:

Desirable' building lot on North Hill, 75x150 feet.. ..... :I S for small family 1 money" In property.: I I to:

i $1500 $4750-Elegant 6-room'modem home on' or not earning, more Our list of properties Includes, many it'
r :i North HilL choice locations all parts ot the city
Desirable ene- tory cottage on S East S Gadsden street -splendid neighbor. .. than 8 per cent a year, both for Investment and home purposes. -
hood. $2500 6
rooms. 1 block from Confederate

,j : $1750 :.' :1 J ,connection monument,;..etc.bath, gas, electric'.I we' have several propositions houses Have 'or you business any,vacant propertyfor lots. ii NEW DEEP'WATER PORT RAILWAY TERMINAL !

interest'j
Ten lots on North Baylen street, splendid>> Investment. : $4200-7 rooms. North Alcaniz. corner 1 that will sale -

.1.1't' Cervantes 90 feet front by 125H j S Somebody wants -what you
$1800. feet deep; gas batli.. etc. you and pay big Interest have and we have lightning ii ON BEAUTIFUL-ST. ANDREWS BAY
Two-itory Dwelling containing 7 rooms, on North Davis street inr methods of finding that some- I i
". *> 'il $3500-10, rooms. East Gadsden near on the money you body. If you have not tried

$3350 Methodist church; .bath gas and vest. 'us, ask those who have.
: Six cottages on southeast,;corner of "A" and LaRua streets, splendid rent everything Kodern. i

S ,era.S S ',v> :'- !+I FOR RENT. But Your Money Must .It does your not property cost you witt anything ns. Do It to, list Panama: Hotel:open, Saw and Planing Mill machinery :

., ,. $4000 e Act to.day. : + here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :
Block No. 240. New.City tratry desirable, on 16th Avenue, containing *" : $2300-Six-room house bath, gas, etc.. Quickly.
20 lots, each about43x13Zzieet. S t *; 816 East La Run street. S FOR SALE :: Wagon Wharf :built.-, Bank and Store buildings :
S looking -
S / $4000 : | Two brick stores on Tarragona street. \Vise persons'are I East Jackson :: going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. nearing i
: ,
such $2500-i-room cottage
jut south of Romana. each 27x80 feet out for just
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Desirable lot on northeast'corner of Garden and DeVilliers streets en- street large lot. modern conveniences. :: the
city.
closed, and has good stone walk, lot 120 feet. on Garden by 139 feet on X suitable for warehouse or store purpose.' .
I : DeVilliers. A genuine bargain. S ;ropositions, and theywon't with'i
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$3500- -room cottage! on corner,


::- I HOOTON .& WATSON :*OI $3300-streets a 6 year.houses Investments,. all, corner new, renting LaRaa for. and$456'S A ent prices.stay long at pres-' $2200$45001room.story;S street lots-room North near,cottage Ulll.car! line., East East Cervantes Gadsden ii I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR i I'I'I


THE RENTAL AGENTS $i1600-3 houses North JIayne, renting street; bath; lot (0x132. .

t for $218 a year, McDAVHMnTR CO. "6OO-I-room'cottage.. No.. 910 North 6th I Write or See
$15250-S houses. North, Hayne.; each 4 avenue.: :

; :: Real Estate.. Insurance and Loans, <> year.rooms and hall,.. renting for $672 a' Agents New York 9 460 .3-rooni house renting'' "for $5 S S per 'I .

$1500-Elegant building lot on North KM' Life Insuranc Company. $1600-Cottage month corner 8th avenue and : THE PANAMA CITY RE ESTATE GOHPMT i
t No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. | 140xi:0.SSOOO :: 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. Strong street; lot 80x132.oowt'nix I .

i +.... ......... .. .....+................... ...*.+..+ : -houses 155 feet renting by 120 feet for. $with:lU a 6 year.good' Phone 700. _Pensacola, Fla.ForSEile. : of block 29. corner ,of. I'!. ..
One block from depot. Gregory ADd iOta avenue.T51500LOtS .................o .$...t o.......... .. .:
11 to ,15, block 438, NewS
$5000-6 small houses. corner Wright and City. 5' -.- -

I \ HELP WANTED. WANTED.YOUNG Balen: !renting for $540 a year. $1350-Lots ,1 to'3,,block 94, New City. -=

\ i ii See our list for other bargains. $2500--Lots 6' to 10, block 92, New City. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Cor P1Nt
i
,.' I WANTED Barber wanted for coloredS LADY ....ants'position as stenog RETURNS RENTS'COLLECTED MADE AND PROMPT $ 500-Lots 21 and 22, block 112, North

trade at once. Good shop and goodtrade. rapher and assistant bookkeeper. Address (()) Palafox street. Through and Local Time Tables Between Persacola and Points North
S .' Apply to Adam Leary. Florala "Bookkeeper," Care Journal.Ztoetlw'. MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON $1300-Lots 16 to 20, block 138, New City.51300All .
Ala. 24ootlwWANTED REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. of block'117. East King; tract. -

S : i WANT TO BUY A HOME. ON INVESTIN $1500-For blocks 113 and 207, West KingS READ DOWN READ UP
WANTED-To
-A white boy to work in mailroom buy a well-trained pointer Trains Nos. Trains Nos.
S ; good chance for advancement. dog. _Must not be gun shy. Address EITHER.PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU tract. 2 4 5 5 5 3 1

Apply at this office. % oct lock box 62. Bagdad Fla. 24oct6t We show you free of charge any prop- 11:OSpmlll:55am| Lv......... ..........Pensacola..................Ar i ':t.iSI .
WANT TO SELL. YOUR PROPERTY erty listed with us. 30amI 20pml Ar............:....Montgomery..................Lv I !9-I 'PHI 11:, .
S WANTED! good position open for an WANTED-Bids for the Immediate removal WE CAN SEL LIT. S $4500 Fire and tornado insurance. 1l:4iiam: | 9:10pm!} Ar........1......Birm.ngbam.: ......._.......Lv I I 4:Z"'f- 8.
experienced salesman at onc& Apply of two cottages from \Voolsey to S s 2'ipml! 3:17am Ar..................Nashville..................Lv i 8oJlIl! 1:_ _

S at 126 South Tarra"ona.oct3t' Warrlngton.rington Fla Address J. S. Hughes.ZSoctlw War- Fire Insurance Placed in For new.two-story. S room house with 8:00pm 3.3iamt .................. ......-......u...Ar 8iiaci'1:25am : : ..
WANTED=Young at The 'Journal two halls and two large galleries; an 1I.15am[ Ar..Evansv1ll .. ................Lv 3O'am"' S.
S office to assist in man the mail'room. Steady W.A.\"TED--Good room with bath attached First-Class Companies. artistic up-to-date home, with all modern 1fOam %:IOpm .................. .. Louis....._..........Lv .I 8hpn I :
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employment. Apply at once.5oct. S in first-class neighborhood; will : improvements. situated on carline on L L. S Brown & Go 50pm: ] 27aml Lv..N ...................Ar 3.ao' z:
also take. breakfast and supper, If convenient. high point overlooking the bay. at southwest 210am S:SOamf Ar..._..............Louisville..................Lv 12:4an t
r SCHOOL TEACHER WANTED-One Address.. P. L., p.' O. Box street.corner of 16th avenue- and. Jackson 1:2OamI12:00n'D| ) Ar;.................Cincinnati..................Lv 111.00pm, 6.' 1.J
with first-grade certificate. Address 671. i oct21 LESLIE E. BROOKS .i... "WESEIUOTS."
Aycock Brothers Lumber Co., Aycock
Florida. 24oct3t WANTED-To rent.a six-room house In $3000for S BETWEEN PENSACCLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.

'a desirable neighborhood by a permanent Real Estate Phone 918. Thiesen Building 6&7 2&2 4&1 ___ S 3&2 1ni
HELP ANTED-Good cook at once.Apply tenant. -
Address Box
S 103, City. 7:00am|11:05pm; ll'SSam] Lv.-.........Pensacola..Ar i.OOamf ." -
820 N. Baylen street. 24octlwWANTED : J! 4:OOpmj i 2 6Rj
ISoctlm and Insurancs. an artistic and up.to-date 6-room 10:45am! \:5samt 4lpm L Ar.............:Mobile... ........Lv [/12:40am;11:53am :I;
; -An experienced nurse for W.A1I."TED-All kinds beer bottles. i pay I :: and hall ,cottaee.on West with,Chase all street modern on conveniences car- 6:00pm} 7 ISpmf Ar ....... New Orleans.-...._.Lv | 8:lapm)....... ?.? i
young baby. Apply to Mrs. 0 Max L. '15c dozen. I handle all leading brands i Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.MISCELLANEOUS. line. FOR SALE.FOR .
V Bear,.813 N.-Barcelona street 24octlw of wines beers and whiskies and still I S FLOMATON, PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE. Rjf

1; Ar-"TED-Two draymen. Apply at 8 manufacture medicine. Joe that Roth.well-established corner Tarragonaand cough SALE One-half Interest In the O 21Dally I, 5 L( I I I I f 3 I Trains, do not stop at stations I 2 I T 4 iii' 22 f

4 and, 10 W. Intendencla street. 23oct Government Sts- ll xt I S K. drug store. Florala, Ala. Purchaser Daily[Dally I Dailyt- where no time Is shown .Dally, DailrTDaih[ Dc) : o
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S Money to loan at lowest: market rate must be competent to manage business. ...... 4:55 230 2501 1 Lv.........Fiomaton.....*.....Ar r U:4 l:25r: ::;:' G
WANTED-Engraver. clock and jewehy WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old I MATTRESSES RENOVATED:New tick of interest. real In this Clean stock; cash trade. H. H llc- ...... 5:00 235 2:531)1 .......,.....Century............. i 12:40< 1 1:=21: lr !8:211.
repairer with, tools. State experience, Mortgages on estate city Dougald Proprietor. 20oct ...... 5 07S 2 41 I -
hats made new. Cleaning pressing : : 3:05..Bluff Springs .......... !*1J:33, 1:15 '
age and salary expected. The O K. and blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1 i furnished if desired. Guaranteed.' Carpet bought and sold. .,.... :17 .2.51. .3:20f/ .............".'c va v1d _.. ....... "'12:-"':;- 1:Oaf !".
of "C" ?
taken and laid. Leave All of the Maxent Tract west
Drug Store, Florala, Ala. Ooct Panamas. 50c; Straws tic: Felt 35c; : up matting *. PANAMA CANAL EDITION if The ...... 5:30 3:04 '2:261 .........Pine Barren........... *U: 12:25ll 8..1.
orders at Watson Parker Reese Co's. street for sale. ,
Derbys, %5c. Victor Louis. 100 E. Inten- Duncan. now '{r. ,' Journal magni3cently Illustrated ...... .539 3:13 '3-S0 .. ............Molino ..A.......... \* : 8\:\ 12:4": ',.
: WAI."TED-Neat whit girl to do office dencia Wesley 7sept ...... 5:43 .. .. o ........... .
street. All come in. fioctlm "< magazine, containing score!' o? views of : Quintette........... 11: 12:34 '7:39i

Temple.work. Apply room No. 1, Masonic 19oct WANTED-AD owners or poultry to j DR. A. W. HERMAN. Chiropodist. -:. book the city stores and or harbor.at The journal For salet office. By all :::::: :.5 5::53 57. -3.; :ml :.......:..:.Cantonement.Cottage Hill *::::::::: .:11 11::4 44 ..nbii;: | '.

: Know that we are agents for the celebrated -: room. 301 Brent Building, 3d floor. Ail mail 20 cents. H&cpt ...... .6:01 .334 .43 ..:......,..Gonzalex: _.......... .11:31:1: .
bunions. .1'I'
WANTED cook. For particulars can Conker's Poultry Remedies. Guaranteed -i corns. ingrowing nails removed ...... 503S 3:36S'45 .4--. ...J..P..o rt.s............. ..11.3:1.1:19. '7:24
at 14 East Government Street 16oct2w to cure rope cnolera. gape and to' scientifically without pain. Manicuringa Fisher Real Estate Agency FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam ...... :15 .4ro: .. .............OMve.............. .. : '7J'i,
; 'WANTED-Carpenters kill flea. lice and mltea. Also tne'r: specialty. 2iocllm engine steam drying room. mou'ds ...... '61 '3:514:48.. ...............Brent.....u...... ..* *7:("", S
5 wanted. Apply wonderful egg producer F- S. Mellen & I Shade COLLECTION OP 'RENTS'SPECIAL'1.fY. A and everytiiinsr!: complete for carrying on ...... 625 '3:54 : ......... Goulding ............ .*11.151-12:04\ 7Q.: .
; Goulding Fertilizer Company. 14oct Co. Phone No. 334. ISaprWANTED I TREES trees-of all ,kinds ornamental: also hedge or plants fruit business, together with the finest bed of ...... 6:30 4:OOJ $:00. Ar......... Pensacola. .!......Lv \ 'i; :
in ,Escatbia Locate
.. pottery clay county. -
furnished and planted by S. D. Jackson
S WANTED-First-class carriage black- -At once a four or'five-room j on terms to suit customers. Best refer, 87. 206"S. Palafox St." right in the city. Apply to or address Ko.211JVMj I I I 1 I
cottage. Must be close in and in good Phone P. Reese. ;
smith and woodworker. Good position neighborhood. Address. 123 Care Tour- ences. Address S. D.. Jackson, City. R. ... Kseptf i I }f'
tor right man. Address, John G. Welsh. nal- 14octlm, 5:001...... ...... 7:00 ., ..
2.; Lv..Pensacola..r ..
home,
S.LE'ce
Carriage Works Pensacola. Fla. oct S >sept FOR chicken farm. Enquire good Cnas.location Loranee for S $:%9 ......'....... 7:13( ,...........BohE'mia............ ..10:5'i..I... ...........".' ,.'-
TAILORING-B. I. D'amond.! Tailor. : WAGON AND CARRIAGE.' SHOP We 1912 West Jackson St. 10octl6t .- Ji:%!....... ... 7:15..Gull Point........... l'10:331.-
WANTED competent 701 North Gent's clothing.cleaned pressed and repaired -: are now in. our new quarters 214 EastIntendencia ITHE.sto 5:25..I.. ..... .' .Yniesti-a............ I..I...... .... 'J
Palafox St. nurse. 7oct on short notice. No. '11% West : and prepared to do everything RMI FOR SALE-Good mowing machine., 5 ft. S L40........ ..... 7:18..Escambia... ........... \i'IOZSi.1. :
Government St,. Pensacola.. Fla. In wagon and carriage building and out; one ten ft. self dump all steel .- ...... ..... 7:2; ...,......JIutat............. //10:1 ........... I.J 1 1
WANTED-At once, white nurse for chil. 1 repairing. E. L. Herring City. 14oct bay rake; one 2-sectlon all steel harrow; S: 5....... ..... ...... ...............Harp.. ......_....... 1...... ...... .... I', J

dren. Apply 127 West Gregory. Sept 26. WANTED moving and R.hauling Bingham He wants guaranteesall your 1 MUSIC-MIss Cawthon's Studio 386 ; two hot blast heating' .stoves burn coalor : t !..::::::.::.:::: : :: .,..............Milton.City.. i..5, 1: ;
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breakage. Phone 630. Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special Has not affected thevalues of Real wood: one tank force pump capacicy : : ::::::: ? ..:::::: ::::: .
minute Aermotor 10:05..U
WANTED-At once. several carrier attention given to correct breathing andplacement 1 bbl per ; one wind mill; S : ...... ..... 8:15 ._. .
S I Estate in this city $i.60. The build .. A..Holts....._........ t
; boys. Apply at this office. WANTED-Carriages repaired and repainted Miss Beatrice White takes one twenty-Inch foot power tinner's S 1:6...... ..... 8 -. .............J.Iilllgan............. 9:12 _.... ..... I ,
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elocution .I
;' floats built to order horseshoeing pupils in primary piano and jugs and wharves that, _were destroyed shear; 4 horse' power Gas Engine; fine '
a specialty. J. G. Welsh; Cai- I dramatic 810 art.Miss White.Phone 1284, Miss Caw-14oct: will replaced by :more substantial double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar- ', 8:09.; ..:::::: ::::.:].- t::.. ::::: .:: .:5 Land.. .:::::..:::. ." :? .:::::: :::::::1* .t 3

tinge Co.WXNTEDTho. thon; "buildings. Pensacola has berore itthe repeating rifle 32-calbre.: J. EJ. Bard- 8:33."". .... 9:10 ..- i4ea.i........... 11:33 ....... ...1.. ..)
BOARD AND .
ROOMS. I Ehar. Bluff Springs, Fla. 26 Sept 1m 9:1-+-..... ...... t: 5. .......DeFunlak Springs..8:13...._.. .., S
: Merchants "transfer Co. TARRANCE Funiak single& or ADAIR.double Livery.teams. night De'' ; brightest fall of its. future I have S 9:301....... ..... '. : .. .............Argyfe.............. ..- 1:44.. ..............1.\ ;
; made to take all the FOR SALE-A barroom and all futures 9s. ..... ......... .
:wants your mov41and hauling. All arrangements : DeLeon......... 1n .... .:
TWO ELEGANT ROOMS with every breakage guarantee,,. T. B. Therein, I or day; new rigs. trial good service.hone polite. .: property offered below its market pool and billiard tables etc In... fine 10:1!1"..... .... 10:10/ h..WestviUe............ 1:11 ..... .6.I J
Give 59.
convenience in private home North Proprietor Phone 978.: drivers. us a location. At a bargain if sold at once. 1022: lh...... ..... 10:1$.. ..........:.Cu-yvil1e............. .1
S I11U. Location choicest In city; with I S S 6octlm value. If you are afraid of Pensacola Address box 103, City. 24aept 10:451...... ...... 10:3&: ..............Bonlfay........_.. .
7.I
table board convenient. 711 North Bay- WANTED-AB kinds of electrical work. 1 Real Estate, bring it to me I will buyit : ......,........19:47: .............Cbpley.! ............ \ :
; len street. 21octlw I sell all, kinds of electrical batteries 1 DRAWINGS ail kinds; Hull..Engine: from FOR SALE-Four good schooners, suit- 11.9............... 1/.58 ...... ..Aycock.... ..... ..6:22 .._... ....... 4::
machine and
Patent Office misc, madeat you.Some .
and other electrical When able for lake sound and nyc Address ....... ...... ...........Ctton .
supplies 11:4 1
you reasonable rates. Patentable ideas 11:0I. 1:18..... ...... 4: 1
FOR RENT-Two desirable rooms cen need me ring 345 or 955 3;. W. Peake, I launches. de- "M, care Journal. hang : ...... ...... 11:2 ale..r. .. iOO ..... _.....
trally located; convenient to business New Star Laundry Bldg. E.Garden.. I \ C. McGowan.Sail boats Pensacola Fla., AddressW. S Money In These. 1:44.. ..... .......11:4: .............CTPr ss.'............ 5:38 .*..... .:..... .
S .section; hotel and first-class boarding Sseptlm FOR SAI..E-At a bargain paying Furniture '12S ......,. ........ : %. ..........Grand Ridge.......... i:3%....... ......; 'j
house; southern exposure. Reasonablerates WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions -i P.ENOVATED-New business at 13S E. Intendencia St. 1:13.,........... 1 :O%.. .... .........S&leads. ............ ::
; modern conveniences. References wanted. If out of town MATTRESSES tick A quarter block (5 lots) cor, 12th Address Box 325. City. 2oct ...... .
ship furnished if desired.; Guaranteed. 1:30 .:............ 1 ;IS. .Rlver J'lIn<'tion......... II
exchanged. 302 North Spring S street. them to us; If in town, ring us up at No : Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave street and 18th avenue overlooking 10:50.: ............ ..401 Ar _...lackson\1I1e.... Lv .8:21..I; .l. 4':
21octlOt 334 or bring them te us at corner of i orders at Watson. Parker Reese Co.'s. the Bayou, one of the highest points AUTOMOBILE condition or trade; nearly AM' ) rJl
Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & new and in good win cell or
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Co- 23joiy sept:'. _ _ New City, two blocks from car line, trade for a good horse. Address .1. C.
with or without board. Table board. : jT H- PORTER sailmaker. 716 South fin cheap at $1100. Brashears. Milton, Fla. 6octlm Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between. P ast-

S Phone, gas and bath. No.- S ,,3, Palafox, S ,, I Palafox street. Orders taken for tents t; A block 300 feet front on Bayou cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. .
; .. 21octlm awnings. camp stools and. house 'Ots,
MONEY TO LOAN etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't FOR SALE or exchange for unimprovedland Trains stop on signaL
FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 i touched by the water and not a singletree In county. Fay-Sholes No. 7 typewriter -
W. Chase _street. 21oct SHIP; CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oertin&t practically new 4x5 Premo cam-
blown down. One of the _
HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank!I Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers pretti. era and complete amateur photographicoutfit > -
S ROOMS AND BOARD for J3 50 per week. { I ; Good eating. Apply Mrs. Laura Gomez possible security.!' Leslie E. Brooks 112 I of kind in city. Fair prices to alL in the city of Pensacola,.$5.000. Box 3. city. 21oct4t FLA. & ALA. RY.

3 200 West Romana. 17oct2w South Palafox. oct20 CARRIAGES repaired ar- .repainted. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen FOR SALE-Saw :Mill. 79,000.000 feet CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE .

;_ ROOMS FOR RENT, with privilege of MONEY LOANED on real estate and' Floats built to order. Horse shoeinga Wanted. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood available timber. Good location. Ad- Tallahassee Fla. Atlanta.
'- light housekeeping, use of bath andS personal property'on short notice. : specialty. J. V\. Welsh Carriage Com- case.A bargain. Piano can be seen dress "C. P.." Care JournaL L.gept2w ,. to
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson.' Terms easy. J.. W. Bullard 28*4 South pan)". S 2 feb A house in good neighborhood and by calling, at the KandKItchen. Soct. 'Ga.
or phone 145?. 'l1octlm- i, Palafox St. Phone 1144. near business district for about FOR SALE-Lodging house comer of
: ,S : MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie $3,000. S FOR lS.ALE-Flne well grown Barred Palafox and Main streets known as ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT
FOR RENT-Two unfurnished roonis. I I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight 1 Mime Proprietor. Furniture repairing : ? S Rock Cockerels. March and April Dunns Lodging House. An established ,. *, toSouthweS
S Can or address J. A. BUllngsley.. 14 E. per cent. If you have any that you of an kinds carpets laid. furniture List your property with me for sale. hatches. $1.00 to $:.00; hens, last year's business; everything complete; a rood .
S Government street., 160ctwFIRSTCLASS 1 want interest on. see me about it. It packed for shIpping., Phone 63 breeders, $1.00, each. Mrs. Lizzie B. Investment for the right man. H. Muller, (Georgia and West
will be absolutely safe on real estate' Next to Tampa landing. 22aprtl Hughes. Chlpley Fia. 27septlm 400 S. Palafox. Hoot "'

i rooms and board by day, 't security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE- FOR-SALE-10.000 acres round "timber FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Florida.Via .
week or'month, at 22 East land. 1X5 S S -Garden..S MONEY TO LOAN Everybody borrows Mattresses made to order; old ones sawmill to The Lewis Bear Co. fact
-S ISoctfwPLEASANT renovated. New ticks furnished. Second -- J. W. Bullock Jr.Real f32-room hotel at a bargain. Several .
money from Jno. A. LIaR & Co. 14 good farms and town properties. Steamer Lines Carrabelle,
nand furniture bought and sold. -Jp-t SECOND-HAND SAFE ,
for
E. Government St. When in heed call Write Gentry &,Setterlind..Chlpley Fia.3sept sale bred
t HOMELIKE PLACE to on us.MONEY. holstering and repairing done. 114 E. only one year. Address P. O. .Box 492. Fla.
6. board on North Hill second door from Belmont St., city. Phone 771. Davis : W. S. Hooton. 12 E. IntendcncSa. Toct
car line. For particulars ,address No. 8 LOANED on .all kinds of personal Mfg. Co. C. T. Paris, Mgr Estate and Mortgage Loans BUILDING S MATERIAL of all grades and : and
East Strong. locUm:! property on short notice. Terms H. A.LF.1A.-TIn. Copper and Sheet kinds going fast. Dressed lumber at TWO FINE YOUNG HEIFERS for sale. i GA.FLA.&ALA.RYLow .
easy. J. B. Gray &. Co., 2 W.. Romana. Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights i Cor. Government and DeLuna Sts. $13 and up. Rough at $10 and up. Phone Call at the Clutter Music House. for information : rates,'quick service. to Tafat-a-!
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished! rooms Phone 116 itch a specialty roofing" guttering and : your order to Joel Frater. 31 tt Baylen regarding them. !loctlwFOR see and Quincy, Fla., Bainbridge, Ar..:18-
fcr rent for light housekeeping. Phone repairing.. 315 South Palafox St.* Phone 'Box 173. Phone 637 street wharf, who,can fill your order at SALE-Blacksmith I ton and Cuthoert, Ga.
apply room 3. 204 UNLIMITED amount of money to loan 2Junelm once. ISoctlw shopand d wenIng -
1102..' or %S South Plafox. on all kinds of personal property. Sp-' 1316. <$ excellent location: near ice factory; For Rate and Information write to

lloctRENT cial rates to business, men on large good trade large lot. good water, reason J. H. McWILLIAMS, .
loans. The New York Loan, Co., 204V able terms, at Marianna Fla. Address
I jort -Rooms cheap; real, newly South Palafox. W. E. Taylor, Chlpley Fla. lOoctlm a .F. A P. Bainbridge, Ca.

__SS t clean housekeeping furnished .on rooms,the hilL suitable, Location forlight THOS PEBLEX1 Real Estate and Loans. WRITE YOUR WANT AD H RE. I

high and healthy. Close to car line. I Up-stairs comer Palafox and Romana LOST.
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. S 12septlm.HOTELS. I '
S Strong. rhODe 1213. Pensacola. St. Andrews and
lOaug "
:: ,, I LOST-Between the Escanbia hotel and

Send it to" The Journatoffic day or night. When you need; help, 'have anything crescent Win. Johnson broocn. &A Son's liberal store reward one will pearl be,'! Steamship Co.

sell rent 'wish anything try a' wan aa. They do the paid for Its return to the millinery department STEAMER TARPON.W. .
EDUCATIONAL. to exchange, or .to purchase of Wra. Johnson & Son. % oct BARROW. Muter.FIRSTCLASct .
BRIGGS HOUSE-,.300 feet west of Union G. PA8 ESGER1)
Depot on Wright street;' best location; work. LOST-One white and dark brown spot
X RS. IOLA BARTON MASON will FREIGHT SERVICE.
open best ted pointer dog; answers
rooms; best house to stop at. Rates to name of -Between-
school of Shorthand and
Typewriting. "
S a tiDe "Bruce. Finder return to T.
per day. 21octlm E. -
Johnson
S October 10. Apply either at 314 &. Alcani at Bass &. Co.'s and FENSACOLA. MO'3ILE. APALACHICoLA
-S receive re- CARRABEU.E. ST. AN
or Typewriter Exchange, 313 BROWN HOUSE-DeF\in1a.k 'r '. S ward. ,
Springs. 5 # 5 octSOtf. DREWS. MILLVILLE.
:Brent building. 2octlm .
Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals; SIX ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. And all points n St. Andrew Bay Car'
free bath and sample rooms. Special : LOST-Ship 'boat, marked "TCoach VT' S rabelle and Apalac ola.
attention to traveling men. Rates S2.00 ..' of Knngsbacka. In stern; was lost from SCHEDULE.
per day. J. R. Brown.' Prop. S S'C alongside my ship Saturday night. 13th.j Leaves Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p. m.,
BARBER SHOPS. 55 : ;- October, 1806 Reward for return to B. for Mobile Ala. N
HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the : _. / ; Andersen Master' Swed. bark rVoach 1 .Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. *:29 P5-
year American and European plan. VL" l oct fir St Andrews, MinvJITe, Apaia! !.5S.
MTLTON When visiting here nave Special summer rates. p-hits.i
your First-class In : Cjirabere and intermediate"
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tonsorial work done by Ira Mima. Will every respect.- Pleasant and conven- For addltional1nfopmatl.-.u .ri-tl)
-S .
S ing street opposite jaIL Clothes and ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop, Pensa- S' .5- >. 4 5 .5- 5 5 J. P. SAUNDERS-
I hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient cola. 71&. i5apr Legal Advertisements. E .R. COBB. Pre.l't.!
\to hotels. Phone Is.; 26ang Pen'
General Frt. and Pass. A3t.
BAT HOTEL-Opea night and day. Eu- :_ .- '< I l _. In E cambia County Circuit Court. sacola. Fia.
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ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. .:. State of Florida-In Chancery. Dock:
Transient trade solicited. 675-579 South Perry complainant TS.'Pmkey I.
Perry de
; J FOR RENT. Palafox. Jos S. Meolau. Prop.FOUND. .. : .: ... fendant. Divorce. On Monday, the third
5 : = day of December A ,D. -1SOJ, the de I.t
: :5 .. 'r: > fendant, Plnkey Perry Is required to t THE JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES
FOR RE.l\"T-50me nice stores on.,East S _.; pear to the bill filed 'against her rr; Editorial Rooms. 5 *J
.5 t Government street; cheap rent. The .. This order to be published once each Once..I J
S Fisher Real Estate Agency. ljuly '.. ', week for four consecutive weeks' In The Business '
f Tie Jon".
Pensacola Journal, To commnnlcats with
.-|S FOR room RENT for-rent A. R.suitable Bingham for has furniture storage FO'ID''D-A steps Sunday bunch, October of keys 14.on Owner postofflce can ".f.5-The:rat on a want: ad filling! ,he above spaS is 25 .cents first )nseitionand5 In said. Clerk Escambia Circuit Court county.a newspaper J. JL published ilcMllJan during the day time use the bos'n! 3
by C G.
I Harts5 comm-
Or other goods. 104 and 106 South Tar- get same by proving property and paying once phone No 15SO To
inseiti D. & '
cents day'fqr each additional con.cecutive n. Send-c sh\Viththe'ad. ? Pensacola.. Fla. October IS,
: rasoaa, iteeet. rhone, 639.. SJs for! this'; ad. : lioctjjjjjjj.Jjjj a : ... _..., .. ..., .J < OctlSoaw4w cate with The Journal at nIbiiiai'! cs

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> If you demand- \1- "aCood 1 t'; SHiPPIN'GNEWS'' i MRLEV'EPGRT' Tli MMfM- M t DIRECTORY



whiskey you generally- get itt fr (IAL" .
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don't. Good
rf-erwise! you AND WOOD PROFESSIONAL. z
mankind. :
, whiskey is beneficial to :NAVAL STORES.. r-----w.-

specify the brand. Get Cleared Y"terday. Savannah. Ga:. Oct. 25Th naval :
Always E. 0. Sa-ftmarstL. Br ss. .Rogers. 231t. stores market closed today a s foltowst 1G.. YATES M. DOptician. .. : .

acquainted with a good brand.ifave ror vetpcOL With f-addiUona.1. eargo of WW ................w..B .
point to meet old 5 8Qllara jlaea eott' I\., -0 started all rightand WQ ......................;...........5.80
it your Degarna Br Bs, Keene. ittS.: for :Mon"W KId- ......_...9a..,....,.............., 30 We-deliverIce, Coal, Charcoal and Wood anywhere -
MARK ROGERS, the brand of f Lreal 1a'F.er ln with W48.011 8 ft luckily for Jack it ended all right.. \ .............;.........;............475 '
that's served at all Lumber" "All on ,account of Vulcanite. K. ...................................4.15 in the city. We can supply you in any quantity 306 Thiesen Building.
good whiskey .Sailed Yesterday. : I .. ... .... .. ..4..425 to 430
places. E. 0..Sal marsh. Br as, for Liverpool. "Vulcanite" Ft.-! : :: : :: ;::.:.:.::4.25to4ZT: : % >.and our service: is always Steam and domestic

good VESSELS G...............;...........4.17to4,25to prompt. Frederick Ausfchfc. F. M. BlourrU II -
MARK ROGERS is a whiskey IN PORT.- Roofingis F,...................-..4.4.07H 4.20 coaL Wood cut size.
who appreciate: Steamships.i.n E,............................4.10 to 4.15 any AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
n--.de: for men Acacla., Br IS. .Thomas IUS, l1uen the only roof covering that makes D:..............................OS to 4.10 4 Architects At -
something just a little bet e '.&yres to Co. 8 C-.....................:.............<-00 \ < !
mellow and It \ugU8t Belrnont Br ss. Clarke. %961. economical building possible. It Spirits Turpentine 65% cents. E. G. SEWALL. I12-3U Brent Bid;., 43 Meees Bids.2 49
it's old, pure. I :Newcastle on Tyne to Gulf Transit Co. puts a roof on your house that_not only ctt;;" t : Pensaceia, Fla. Uontgoraery, Ai$.' -; .
builds you up; and the Xm1nster. Dr SSf Spink 1231 Havana Local Market : .
I :to master. /; ; costs a trifle, but : quotations furnished by mI. A. 4 -
I\\ flavor is delightful.No .t Local cotton 26 North Tarragona Street. BORMANS, 1
Den ict. Br := \J: factors i
IS. Roberts. 175S, Kingston. es it looks,lasts and J. P. O'Connor & Co., exporters and
better whiskey to S p, ghotter Co. are as follows.Good Architect Superintendent' 4
Iegarna, Br ss; Keene. %:45. New 'Or- start is better than all middling.-...........11 < Phones and 363.
made. All goo'places II I leans to A. A. Brown & Co. others.. Strict middling ......................10% 'i 6H i Otn ,-305 Brent Quitting '. t1 -
\ sell it-but you'll Ida. Au.t 85. 'HregUch. 2095, New Or- Middling ........'.....................10*, Peatac la. FLa. ; 11 11t
I]I leans to. ,Gulf Transit Co. .b-. Strict low middling...;............,..10K ..
JL .\ have to ask for it. Klrkatall. Br ss, Hinde. Colon to Youdon'tha'feto ....... ....................................f+.M9AY ..: -

/ It costs the Dealer .Manter. : Bend out of town New York Cotton Market. ---- HICKS1CAPUDINE tji -
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Tapton. Br Tratters, I
Mon
ss 2JOO Open. High. Low. Close.
-\ more.i' tevideo to Master. for it either; it January ....1105 1107 10.95 11.02 ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW.
f- Tuge! .. Br ss. Nicholl, 2141 Cardiff to is for sale right March ......1119 1114 ILlS iLlS iI'; : 1'1''I.
,II H. Caars& Co T. BCD WELL. PRES. AND MANAGER.
..: kerelntownbyA. May .......11.25 1142 11.20 ILlS Prepared to do all electrical
repairing on short notice. (
: Ships.Avanti. October ....1101 1103 10SS 11.04 Ring phone TO and a .
Ie'.IC 'epresentative win calk W. .
UT : T. Bidwell President
BLCTHENTHAt 11 1087 10.94Lh .and Manager 205 8. Baylea LX CURES -
December .11 ;
Nor sh'p. Anderson, 1848.. London ftreet.
: to orderFemlra. M. Avery Hardware Co. I erspool Spots S.37. ALL ACHES i4il '
"B & B"THS Port ship, Barros 80S Lisbonto New York Spots 11.25.
g master. ..................... Aaa N..., ..... tTzWktilsik
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"'_I Canada. Br ship, Spurr. 2237. lUo I Grain and Provision Market. ... ... ..................... 11drugia. -'Mt

.:: CalaT BIG HOUW" Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.Ingrid. M MLIAN Wheat- iVt
Nor !'ship Dann U. 1260 Ant BROS.CO.. Open. High. Low. Close
ATLANTA werp to MeN., Oertlng & Co. December ,....'13%. 73% 72% 72% w HaaseTTatntos* ii' J
Lena Ital ship. Tassara. 1581; Londonto _\ May .........,78H' 78.K 77k 77% Witcher 1 i vie 5TV5J sMIs otaorpkln,, -

:' -- -- ln order.- _BarkS_ ?: $ ESTlllS Corn. Open. High. Low. Close. Zemurray &, CO PAiNLESS : : -

IB. December .....42% 43 42% 42* $ '
887
Afredo. Uruguayan bit. ilaragaa, May ..,,.,,,..43%. 43%. 43% 43% -
LACE CURTAINS Montevideo to IL II. Thornton. ,
Oat.-. .
133, Durban Commission Brokers.
Alfhild. Swed bk Sifensen. Open. High. Low. Close. Beth. -! *

LAUNDERED.You to master. December ....33%. S3 33; 33%
Andrea. Nor bk Quale. 114, Durban. to May ...........3535: $ 34% .34% wtci&%'
,master -
will be safe in Avon, Ital bk.! : Avegno, 1477. Genoa to New York-Stock Market. Pensacola and New Orleans

master.Campbell. Nor- bk Kausken 1100. Sou. Pac. f.......?..,_...... **% 91% If W. Intendencla. 820 Common. -
sealing us your bee tt.'t-ls %% (0. I{!.K. 2.cd1oc'dama. of: C4. Caqqe "...,..,',....u..,.,..,.,Z2.tv.. ll.z ..
I $ ajc: .24tT-weZ M7. 1 S!. S. ...................2.i'.i'1't 2.Zfl
Z2TD.:> 1t> S)1StS. rr.o-at'4 7 drd .!' ..<<,..c}..c <<< # ',2J) .2PP?ii: '. : : :E 2' DJ;} 1'} a > -.i- > .
I mrelQ Xor bJ. Jensen JJSft RDurjJ i A-lL--r..-.-........jtr.! .>..: Km ..35411B.B.T. Cotton Stocks &ra'm. Provisions ..
The greatest care )s exercised I to order.Melmdal." .....,..,.......,.... 78i 79a '
Nor bk, Hensen. 1354 Hun &: O. ........118% 118H PENSACOUk LODGE, NO. ).
in handling them I to order Erie .... .....,'".. 4't 4 42% bought and old on margin or for Investment, Fensacola Zxdra.! NiL Z. K. cf pJr '

returned : Hu.mberlo. Span. bk 1111, Battle. Havana a F. 1. ..,?,.?? I % 424. == avery Uoad&T ereajag at 2:3.2 -
and they are Co cater. U. S.. .;,.,;.?"??,- <74 1'H a) Th.Js ?so..por*?? LSfl& )h22 -I
like aoel'Browne, Bus bk LfndQu ;t. 1231 U. S. Fret ,....-......,,..,,1e63 t J06 Out-of-Town Order Given Special' Attention. aver Pou's eUUe, %.* Iatf d'Bci $*. k', ? '
looking new. Hull to master. LIST OF CLERKS R. & ............t.. M II 4 VTsitoff brethren cordially welcomed. I. -
II" Kink Oscar II. Nor bk. Johnson.. 752, 1... & N, .........144% 144 HOUui.! H, PEN AJtD C. a
Zelius.LUIa 1LP. .,. | 94% H. K> S. a7
Rosario to A. -
Direct Private Wires.
The Star Steam order., Nor bk, Aanonsen, 1030 Santosto AND INSPECTORS I N.. C r., c...........m 22 173, .. ', Telephone No. 1173. II ---- KNiOHTS OP COLUMBUS. i!

Lluis. Uruguayan bk. Lopez 700, Havana P. O ....,.,.,..... 89% 89H Meeting of of the '
Knights Columbus
Reading 143 - - -
Laundry to order. % % .. ... i
T are heM at their hail
Lynn Maria to master.Ger bk. French. 1922 Kins CHOSEN BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS L:1:::::::. ::: :::;::: 11% 171 11 No. S Weed iBteadwt- I -

114 1128 East S. R. .,..... tl? cia street oa every -f :
37 E. Garden St. Phone ,Negpore. Nor bk. Ojerdsen, : $3% i .
at :10
London to A. Zelius. TO CONDUCT THE Penna ...k,,.,.:....,...141% 14Q% leaiq o'otock. evening.A.a ..tarttateadeA i
Pensacola, Fla. Noach VI, Swed bk. Burgfeldt 1260 Can. Pac. ..... .,......17.% 174 this is to- i
Port Natal to order. NOVEMBER ELECTION.: U. P. ._. % 183% visiting KIgkt* ,; I -

-- ... Olivari. Ital bk. Costa Genoa to or- WItcher, Zemurray & c..', Dally Cotton I We Desire The Small Account J. 8.. LQ.5ARD. JoaNB.Jr.GI'UKEzI.tI&.t.. ; -ti -

'guperb. Nor bk Web, 19J4. Antwerp .Letter. Recorder -
to A., Zelius & Co. t New- York, Oct. 2i. Uverpool due 1
was
Precinct No. 1-D. 1L Cherry, James one but ofthe Earner and DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. J
at
Schooners. opened steady ui Wage
CO. Jones C. W. Andrews, inspectors A. toO
GULP CITY COFFEE ; advance three to five potett and at Naomi lodge. No. 10 Daughter ef
Donna Christina Am grit, McLeod, ItS, Benton. clerk. 12:30 p. m.. was firm at an advance of Rebecca m.*.. every Monday, eight at .
I Precinct No 2-Floyd A hey. H. C. Mil- ; 8 o'clock to t O. 0: F. half VWlUagtiatem
Belize to master. 9 to 10 points. Private advices Inform
CH1PMAN Manager. _
H. P. Domira Br sen. Reddle, %001, St. Lucle Ire. J. F. Helton inspectors. H. White us that the advance was due to American Householder cofdlaUy tnU 4 to be ereaeatMRS. i
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and clerk. J T. PULLUM. No. O, ,
Roasters Blenders Shippers o to master. an4 continental buyinc. Bpots were
Freddie Heucken, Am' sell, Bryant, 475, Lewis Precinct E. O No Brewton 3 W.V.Inspectors,: Kirksy, Harry G. A. steady on sale of 7,000 bales at 19 points \ -.-MRS.,- BATTOB NEVILLQ, Sea._ f

Fine CoffeesOUR Havana to master. i Merrill, clerk.Frecbict 0 advance.New York opeWl4l.wlth. for December ; RATHBONE LODGE 'No.L M,
No 4-John Longren. E. Pad- Rathbooe i odg .> No. JO. Kaifhta efPythlaa
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much the
and 1105 for January and ruled just as as largerpatronage Qf the '
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COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Wound Bruises and Burns. pett. Will BriggB. Inspectors; John Gates, quiet throughout session the meets every Thursday nixht at H
tha fluctuations
clerk. CutIe HalL Members of sister
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL By applying an antiseptic dressing Precinct No 5-J. C. Cowan, Alex.. for January ranging only between business man and corporation. Any amount will vWUns brethren cordially invitedto lodgesmd

to wounds, bruises, burns and like In- Webb. W. A. Waters. inspectors, Jas. 1108 high a.nd,10i95 'low. Most of Uleday's checking account with and i if attend. J M. ROPERS C. c..
business us even
before inflammation sets in :Nicholsen.. clerk. was. transacted close- to. open a ; C. J. LEVBT. g R. tt 8. _

they juries may be healed without,maturation Jackson.< Precinct No.ilcVoj$Thos.,. inspectors Davlson ,'C.Ome-H. lli."lth regard to_ the rtanare'' report to you find it necessary to use all. of your money U. B. B. A. No. tl. meets Brat and 31f

JKSONVI11ECARNIVAL and in about one-third the time [Jennings, clerk be issued Tuesday, and now a prominent all bills check which when returned to third Wednesday evenings at 1:30 p. m..
the old treatment Thisis Precinct No. 7-A. Nlcholsen, J. OI object of speculation, we can say that pay by Rafford. Hall No. 10, West IntendencUItreet. f MlMi
required by I Ward. E. Ay Tucker, inspectors; C. M. the New York speculations concerningItfavor We A. O. FELL Prea. ci ., I
furnish
the greatest discovery: and triumphof !Wiggins clerk. the bull side, and considerable anticipative -. you, are legal receipts. you a neat J. I* gWEBNET. See)'. t -
modern surgery. Chamberlains 1 Precinct No. S-Taylor Crabtree A- buying! is reported from ther little check book in which to keep glean recordof -
this same princ1- r.. :Mathias. A. Fleming, inspectors.; J. L. Theodore Prieef today estimates the : a PENSACOLA LODOE NO. 4 .. O. O. F. :
Pain Balm acts on McCallum clerk. amount ginned tr>'J.&4.444408. which estimate Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, L O. O. F.. : .
pie. It is an antiseptic and when applied 1 Precinct No 9-J. A. Gilmore M. Stur- has tendency to increase buying all your payments. meets every Thursday evening at 7.JO ,
to such injuries, causes them to divant. J. T. Fillinglm inspectors P. M.IPrlchett but It ia safe to say that there are few it the new hall on Belmoat and Faylen ,
November 5-10, 1906.SEABOARD It also allays the clerk. :- people who Iook.Jpr.such low ginning returns streets. Visiting brethren cordially lnrtted. -
heal very quickly. Precinct No. 19-J, T. Rigsby. Burgess from the7 *OrernTnent Assuming, B. R: WITKOVSKT, N. O ; ,
pain and soreness and prevents any" Boars C. J. "Ward inspectors; A. T. that the report 2sUdy 4,509.000. and that AKSRLEX Secretary t
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a Rice. clerk. this is 35 per cent of the crop it would w.o.w. p
bottle of Pain Balm in your home::. !i Precinct No. 11-J. W. Kmrnons, W. C. point to a crop oX.aboutJZ,500OQ* which Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O W: 'L :
W. L. Minis ,inspectors. B. would be little over (the amount actually 3rd } '
time and V ilLams, : meets In Pythlaa ball the tat and 1
and it will save you money, needed to supply consumption. J
AIR LINE RAILWAY StewarUclerk. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF Wednesdays in each month. Visiting fl'
not to mention the inconvenience and Precinct No 12-J. N. Andrews. W. L. Weather throughout the na reported t ilver.l.gns oordially Invited. "
ANNOUNCES A RATE OF suffering such injuries entail. For i Mover F. F Bmghara InspeCtor-; ,c.Precinct.No. E.rWilson generally clear and colder; with some 'm H. Co c. .
frost reported front low in Texas.
clerk-- paints LESLIE L BROOKS. Clerk. ; :
sale by. all druggists. 13-Thos. W. Kent.,Jas. C. Middling spots inllseWYork to-day,are PENSACOLA. FLA. .
ONE FAREPlus 1 Clark. Otto White r inspectors, *JuliusMenko quoted dun at 11.ZLDISPOSITIOQj t t '
clerk.Precinct .
25 cents to Jacksonville and returnfor Real Estate Transfers. ; No II-Jos. Brown, Dixon B. Designated Depositary of the United States. P
the Public, and one cent per mile Reed. Sr., John OBnen inspectors I' & I II
for Military Companies and Brass real estate [Daniels clerk.Precinct !
bet of the
!
Bands. Rates apply from all Agency transfers Following recorded a yesterday furnished by No 15-T. S. Carol Phfl Sanfchez. FALLEN TIMBER! .W. H.Knowles President W. K:Hyer, Jr., VJce- 'fesIcent and Cashier .EVANSVILLE 4
Whitehead. inspectors. J2. ____
Stations on Seaboard In Florida. James I
.
the. Pensacola Abstract Co.DEEDS. clerk. Thos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. "W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier. I .i
Riera Precinct No. 16-H. H. Batcher, Luke A conference was held at Hatttes- 'Directors-F.C Breat W.A.:, Blount. W. H. Knowlea TT C flyer,Jr.. ,: ,
I I East Flowers Jas. Hubbird, inspectors; W. B. burg Miss., Oct.: 15. to discus toe D. Q. Brent.
DATES OF SALE. A. W. Stanton to G. R. Stanton-- :-
60 feet of lots 1. 2. and *, bloci. S, B'ofl Hubbird. 'clerk.Precinct No.. 17-J. E. Spoon. A.' W. ways and means"of -disposing: of the RAILROAD 1 1THEDRECTLINETO ..l
Springs-$1.00 and other considerations. timber felled by the recent storm. -
T. N.
November 5 6 7 8 and 9. Majors Hiram Suggs inspectors; .
Elbert A. Chibbs to Clyde E. Wilson- The meeting was largely attended ,
Adam' 'clerk.Precinct by :
block 116 New City ;,
Lots & to 10 inclustva -- '
No. 18-J W. Bowman. J. A. .
capitalists who own most of the timber
,
-$1.00 and other coasideratioBS.Wm '
T,
CL Johnson Inspectors
Final Limit All Tickets November 11 Hays to Alex LUchkoff-139 feet Williams ,li.clerk. land of tna Sooth; together with
J. Cushion JOHN
,PmMmt! PFEIFFEK. Anlstant CuMM.
120 feet on Garden C.W.IAMAR CHICAGO
1906 on street De\of tillers block street 11. Maxent by Tract- JlOO-00 Precinct No 19-A. B. Fillingim, F. M. many of the large manufacturers who ..:I:CUR*.YtcfPmident and Cuhlec. J.W.ANDREWS.Anfstut Cukiat. ,l
B.
Wood. B. A. Hall iiiepeetors, J. .tn'
are also heavy owners of land. At
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and other considerations.J
Cat] on your ticket agent. A. Gray to Blanche S. Clutter-Lots Cooper Precinct, clerk.No. 20-W. M. McCurdy M. this meeting it was decided to cut arid all points In the ; !!t("

11 to 1$ Inclusive block 75 New. City- F. Martin. Bill Newberry, inspectors all possible of the fallen timber and THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr"AIS't $100.00. N.and Eubanks other considerations.J to Albert U. Elliott Mark Precinct McCurdy No ,21 clerk.-John Bell M. E Hen let the balance rot in the woods. The North and Northwest.xccptionaUy f

Gen'l Pass. Agent. Beginning on the west side of block 43, derson J A. Patterson inspectors C- R. idea of installing portable mills Of PfNSMCOLM FLM. :' ,
JACtSON! VILE.
East Tract. lOt feet from northwest 'I .0
King Vaughan. clerk.Precinct throughout the territory was advocated .
JAS. F. TAYLOR corner and running south 100 feet thence No. 2! W. M. Bowman E. N.
Traveling Pas*. Agent east 110 feet, thence north 1&t\ thence Jernigan.. H. King, inspectors; W H. by some but others could "e in Opera House Building. : Low Rouni .
*
TAMPA.EDWARD. west 110 feet-$100 and other considerations. Mayo, > this plan no solution o( tha problem .
kNO. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. all Summer
Rates
C. D to
Preoinct 23-H. Kellum. W. since there was no labor to run (he Trip
James c. Watson ts Aaron Johnson- W..T. Kellum. inspectors'B. J. '
t
F. COST, The northeast U of block 'J.; West King Bowman.Seymour; clerk. mills and no cars to haul. the outputto CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS WmDIRECTORS. Tourist Points ;, '
2nd VlcePres'dent.CHARLES Tract-$100.00 and other considerations market Mr. J, W. BJodgett>> the 1.
B. RYAN, H L. McKee and L. M- Davis to W T. .
Individual ef timber .
Qen'l Pa**. .....gent.PORTSMOUTH Godwin 2 acre of land in lot 6, See 37, Torments of Tetter and Eczema At largest owner 3. H. _Hlllman. $. .L, Rogers -
VA. Tp I south R 30 west- 2i 00, layed. land In the south, said: "It wtU be Henry 1.. Covlngton Frank ReiUy P. E. Brawner G. P. A T. A. ,. General Agent,. .
Chas .T. Berglun to Escambla Land &: at least two weeks or a month before '
Indo Nashville Tenn.To -
Pfeiffer W. 3, Rosasco: C. W. Lamw Evansville. ..
J. M.
Mfg Co.-Beginning at a pont! in lot The intense itching characteristicof we can decide what to do but as our .
149, block 20. Old City 2 feet i inches Bryan Dunwody, T. F. tycGourin J. R. Sawders.
and like skin lis-
-WILI south of northern boundary of said lot eczema tetter timber has very little sap there will A. M. W. H. Milton 0. E. "M.or., -
and 3 feet 1% Inches west of eastern ca'ses is instantly allayed by applying be very little loss to let It lie in the W.1.. Cewthon sery Dr. W. J. Hannah McMetuIe Oertfno f
boundary of said lot running thence Chamberlain's Salve and many severe if they does rot off." '
woods
even sap .
M. E. Clark
C. M Cevlngtoa
easterly line parallel of said with lot.the and northern an extensionof boundary cases have been permanently cured Mr. Arthur Cummer, of the cummer Alex McGowi H E1ES8CO.i f i- ,

Something New said northern boundary line, E* feet by its use. For sale by all druggists,, Lumber Co., Jacksonville Fla., teUs hid).',(tIUU I ties Icrrtct: If $SUe, U-tl sad ISiS Itt ,w. rrtral 'p ttaintia SOUTHERN j

1% inches, more or leas, to the old Wright me that they had a similar experience ceaeectcn: fir flit convtBlesca.t euiiomen.Four .
thence southerljat; right
Mill fence. over there about 10 years ago ,
said mill tense to the bay.
angles beginning along at the' tame starting point as ( fith n l" and that he cut the last of fcia fallen per cent lnterestP.id on T.m.| Deposits. >t

FineThat's description run thence southerlythrough Ions and Mr.
Something for first t'mber not 60 ver/: ago
said lot 149 and crossing the Cummer states that his loss was jt
southern boundary line of said lot at a
point 12 feet more or less west of the very small practically, nothing but
southeast corner of said lot and continu- the sap which was thin. "'I may sella i'f;
what we are southerly in the same direction to NATIONAL BANK
the ing Waters of Pensacola bay1650.00.Unlte4 little of my fallen timber, contin- THE CITIZENS Ii
putting on the mar- States to Mack Gilchrtst-Lot 4, ued Mr. Blyodgett] "a little here and '.; ,
Sec 36, Tp 6 N, R'31 W, 2.50 acres- there to mlllmen where it Is at their PENSACOLA .!(
ket. It's in the
shapeof Homestead. back door, but the millmen of the 1 all parts of the country '-.
and
Conducted on a Safe Conservative'
Business
a small, all-Ha- Nothing to Fear. South have nothing to fear from the A General Banklna Basic. _i: '
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vana five cents ci- Mothers need have no hesitancy in Blodgett timber." Oulf Coast Record. fCorrespondence ; I

continuing to give Chamberlain's Solicited--R. M. Bushnell.- Cashier. The Southern Express Company -

gar. It is called Cough R medy 'to their -little ones as An Awful Cough Cured. receives and forward freight, .fl _
it contains absolutelY nothing Injurious "Two years ago' our little girl had

The Gonzalo This remedy is not only perfectly a touch of pneumonia, which left her noney,and TaloAhlea of all descrip 41t

:safe to give email! children, but with an awful cough. She had :dons vo. Ml part of the country -
is a medicine of great worth and spells of coughing Just like one with City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds 1rith'eonneeUona for Canada Merle < "

"Babies" merit. it has a-world wide reputationfor the whooping cough, and some DenomInatIOn. $1 000.00 each. Dated January 1st. 19C1. Maturing Jaulti.aiy! let !
its cures of coughs. colds and thought She would not get wen at 1931. Redeemable JaR. lit, 1i2L Inttrest Payable Semi-Annually. .:.0.Havana, Cuba,European points, 4 t t
bottle of Chamber OFFER,FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR $ L"
croup and can always be relied upon. alL We got a WE IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. 4C.
It is manufactured For lain's 'Cough Remedy. which acted '
sale all
by druggists. Recently Enlarged
f
for andis WITH like a charm. She stopped coughingand Bank of Pensacola The Southern Express Company :

expressly us New Suits Filed.. 25,000 New WordsNew got stout and fat," writes Mrs. The Peoples ,perates on 80,000 mile ef first .
winner. Call for Brubaker. IlL This
a The following suits! were filed Ora Bussard. and In connection with "
new Gazetteer of the Worldwith Is for sale by all 'druggists. Pensacola.* Fla. jlaaa routes,
them- They are the yesterday in the office of the clerk more than 23,000 titles based on too remedy he Adams Express Company, on -
ofthe circuit court latest census: returns.NewBIographlcalDlctlonary'.
best yet. R. R. Co., DISSOLUTION: NOTICE. hroogh waybills, with through
J .
J. T.Pryor vs. L. &: *. R. Lan- ... ............................................. :
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replevin damages $400 i containing the names of over 10,000 noted Notice Is' hereby ..glvfn that the an and through messengers, per.

drum, attorney for plaintiff. I persons,date of birth,death,etc. firm of Dailey & Moore proprietors :iWEI: 'l-_-- .I
Louis' Boley vs. Prank,Johnson. and Edited by"'.T.ULEBISTh.D.L1D, of the Pensacola Tea & Coffee Company )

wife, foreclosure-: mortgage Sulli- UnitedSUtcaConunosBionerof Education. have this day, Oct 24, J906 by in a savings bank at 4 he largest system of the kind 'ui 4'
Deposit money ,
TheLewis ran & Sullivan, attorneys for plain 2380 Quarto Paces mutual consent dissolved partnership.R I your be world. .f ., ,
tiff. rev J'IeIieI. tOWBbrtntm BId&, JbjIDp. C. Moore retiring from the business per cent., when the Pensacola_ Home and Sav Honey Orders are IOIdU 'i} ,", "

Needed In Every Home which will be hereafter conduct ings Association will issue\ you paid.upstock '. ; -
of the Southern Express :
Sick Headache Cured. ed by w:. O- Dailey All accounts igencles
Bear Co. Sick headache is caused by derangement TAISO m.Webster's Collegiate 3& lat&ioI Uicttoaary' I II due said firm Will be paid to W. a,, bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum payJ i, : Company reasonable boWL Bewlpt > ':-.

of the stomach, and by In I Regular Edition TzttzlX lack*. EibiffcD I Dailey and be will assume and pay able semi-annuaUy. Is given and it refund.. .
money
Wholesale Dealers digestion. Chamberlain's Stomachand I Lttza Edition. tKxHxiS2n. !'tbdM buI aH liabilities of the firm of Dailey Jb GREENHUT J. ft, Reese R. M. CARY f-
,
Liver Tablets 'correct these disorders I -1'..".1I....- .bitUl l.4ee. J MOOrC" OH.fi. DeSILVA Presidect A.vice-Presldent. Trwurer.Secretary.. .dlforderlzloat.

and effect a cure. By taking FRDctwrkki.a1llsiest.43ste.G. Mf. a OAILET. < Directors-H.. O. DeSltva A. Greenhut, Kjiowtes Hrer' A. Yo' I This la the cheapest way |o tend _
soon as.-the- first indication ,- 6 C, MEKRIAM CO., B. a. JfOORS! 4' Ctubes. C. H. Doer, O, E.'Nra. Sol CaHn. -
Pensacola Fla. these tablets as 43 South Patafex.M4M : 'mall remittances by mall *r othec:*
the ...
of the disease appears, PuUahers, rm.neld M. ATJ9EROTH'S. a

attack may be warded ,off. For sale FRESH HEADLESS. .SHRIMPS ..4.ti..t*>... ..M. ..tf.........>...,. ......<; WI.'I.

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1 i 's SwaggerwSiart' Snappy J j iC L Cit: V. C CAN N HOlD: HATS AND MEN'S--FURNISHIH6S f::: Good- : Cloth- HIHHiHiHMKl HnBBI






I WATE FRONT I. : ofstyIIshquaity.

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**+ I' .t: :well l' dressed isn't"'a ". '5' 7

I .Our youug Men's Suits possess all PROPERTY ; < ,Being. .

: of { a lot .ot'
spending
question _
I the smart snappy style found on I <7 .s
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,1 money-it's a question, going
(Continued From. Page One.) _
Broadway-different from anything 0 Most' .
for a cllr'wbrf.; which was referred 7 ..to the right store ,: '
to the harbor and sanitary committee '
; any other merchants are showing..We 1 recently. 'war reportei upon by 'any store has fairly tgood; %

Dr Rensha, of that .committee, who oI .' "' %
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.have searched the market high stated that a coL-:>uItntlu:} had been :suits as far as thread and, \ \

htld with the Chamber of Commcrco ThE HABERDASHER c 4S

and low and they're the best committee but as the, matter vi&3 of ; cloth are, concerned-getting, ) / rr
thatI I very great importanra the committee: 222 S. Palafox. .. r "

I recommended, that a special meeting )-:::::,_ _u _,_, .._ _. : dist nctiyc- style and 'real'., -45 \I//.s/ k
the American Dollar can buy I : the council be ieli at sojie future .'
: to I and the matter discussed.' This' me to request ,the Council to appropriate _.fit:,is another matter_ \' L.B .
II (250)
# I report was adopted.The two hundred and arty :-i 5
.. Ordinance and 'e:1o"1"03sh.g'1.dollars for the ,payment of. Fees of attorneys :, ,. .;$:-',.. %St -7-: :- I
franchise; and ,, whom I'nay engage to assist 1 > 5- 'that's
printing geL
I what yoii 4 4J
Priced all the ing committees had 1.3 reports. me in said litigation. ." .. ,
Way
Reports of Beards. -fours Very truly, I : u
'
here-at easily
price'you
a, can
Chairman "JOHN B JOVCS '
Ingrahcuu o! the Board of "- I
Safety and Chairman Zeliua. of the S City: Att.>mcy., '
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afford In fact can t -
FrOm$1Ot$35 The the request ,. you .
u1 Board o? Works. mads their: regular matter of granting .
of Jones for $250 to be expended .
Attorney
monthly reportswNch, were read kind(
end filed. SIn I for assistance and legal fees afford not to wear. the. ,. .

connection wita :the report ,of I was referred to the finance committee (
The
of clothes sell. .
we mere
if. that
with Instructions that
I Chairman Zellus wh'ch stated that 1 '
committee deemed It wise to recommend
tht carcasses of two animals had' )
been placed at Cypress:: ponl. Alderman I' the appropriation to notify the '.,rise, in 'your- -own estimation -

THE JOHN city ttorney at once.Comptrollers. El
WHITE STORE Mnldon, as one of the owners of i '
this property entered an obpection to! S 'Report. (and other's) that. our j t

the further use of this property a 1 The report of the comptroller in

garbage dump and stating in this i printed form. was' submitted. 5- as follows 5 SCHLOSS Clothes give you j ( j
Specialists In Men's and Wear
Boys' connection that this was the tecond I :
time that such objection. had been Comptrollers Report. ,-:-that prosperous, well- (f
Phone 225 205-207 S. made. Pensacola. ITsu. Oct. :.. :205.. _
; PALAFOX
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The matter was referred to the To Pensacola the Hon.: Mayor. 'and Council' C1tyof 1 groomed look-is ..theig7-}:

mayor and Board of Works to ascer.I Gentlemen-Below please find statement I 'VI' '
lain if gest kind of a cash, asset to r '
I any other point can be ob of receipts and disbursements for
\ : tained. the month of September; 1905. with a detailed ,.:
statement of'the expenses for. the The picture. shows
Owned:: by the City. months also a comparative statement of any man: .
City Attorney Jones submitted an the floating debt on .September. 30.. 1306: SCHLOSS : U 1'
maoi ls1Ia opinion to the council In regard to and August 31, 1906. one style. Many -

the property along the waterfront, I Cash in 31.treasury 1906 _.August .....- j:6,8L21Receipts others costing from ( i-S
the ownership of which has been In S .

tk .DepressedIrs question between the city and former I I From licenses Sept....1906.....$ 5309:>> I II I stat
possessors, In which lie'ablted that ,Fines.. pound fees and $10.00 to $25.00. Ba2s.&Co.L b
In IDS opinion It Is the property of the costs ............... 1.225.6 Our new stock Fine Clothes Makers (
a-b.dm18ot city. His letter in this From taxes .......... 1.S11.67 ... of Wlattr y.erSEE'THE"1 E411z5zera and Afeir tvJt >Ww
1: r= =l1y ar; ;IOmo weu... III IDo temaJ :U as follows: connection is Miscellaneous ......'.... 76.85. I ,% .% recta Just. 'sot'ft

"October %24th., 1SOG; Mating ............ $ -
i the Liver. "Mr C. E.'Merrftt, City Clerk. The disbursementswere .j WATSON ARKER ( REESE
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"Dear Slr-I ..duly'received yoursof as follows COJS
Iba'& faD to Interest on bonded I
ce&'to.da7 ..Jour dzurctsta : the llth..lnst..enclosi a COPT of debt ....,.......... 3,00 ,
the mayor's communication relative Bills bayable ....... .350000
to property lying south of Block five Warrants Paid 10..... 12,793.61-$16.296.61. ---- fc
HERBINEaKSsesS&SSUS&Mn (5)), Old City and have give the

same my; best attention. treasury Balance.....cash........In., $13,79686 I t f -
I IOCb. It is my opinion that the, property Expense, September, 1906. bond truStee. was receIved and referred MEN ARE LEARNING THAT S( 1k
: : lying south of said Block flvc(5.>. to the city" attorney. BY LIFE ASSURANCE
.- ..... bottle. mentioned in the miycv's communication -Department Police Protection of Public Safety-. I Alderman D'Aleraberte gave notice LST. ANDREWS I i incomes are maintained mortgage:1
AU,DRUGGISTS.i Is owned by the City of Pen Salaries of Marshal I that be would at the next meeting protected debts secured, undeve'po! ::::1/ I
sacola and that all portions thereof Deputy and Police.. 1.857.35. I jrtroduce an ordinance on the width enterprises guarded: business rest::: ta
: now or. Station house expenses ed safe investments given pema:1U'Ya.lue '*
heretofore claimed or :of theSidewalks on Garden street.
possessed ............. 12000Patrol '
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S by any Individuals adversely expenses ...... 19584 I The,councrf then adjourned. I and capital preserved A po :]jJin
Soeclal
........................" ,.......................... to"Since the City receipt may be of recovered- Stock Feeding pound prisoners expenses40..... 164.00 64 i ; h St. Andrews. Oct.to 7he 24.-JournaL Miss Lfflle Cara h nd THE more-provides EQUITABLE for the does family all tU at'
; your coirmunica. 'FJtEH lisle of Galloway alter a few days'
SHRIMPS
HEADLESS ATJo
tion several claimants to portions of Incidentals ...... .; 50-J5, .-J .421.98 i with friends here. has returned home. ter your death. Send us your naaa.asre .
said Fire protection: Messrs. Brewton and Mallory, railroad I address.KNOWLES .
ROTH'S. and
YOU CAN MOVE I II proptrty have Instituted
YOUR suit to
GAS Salaries of Chief and men were the'guests of Mr.-J. K. Drum-
I1ATLRSp enjoin the mayor and the city from employees1,158.10 mond the greater part of last week. They BROS.. Insuranc

interfering with the portions thereof Telegraph alarm renewals .(' '- were'much Impressed with the future of ... ..., ., IIC
St. Andrews and 'What railroads would -- -
claimed TIGHT STOCKINGS.
to be possessed repairs and : .
ALL ABOUT OVER THE I them and to or owned by expenses ........... %6.00. \, result in if put through this point. S.
HOUSE quiet their title to aid Apparatus. and machinery --- Mr. Otway Ware owner of the schooner
property. renewals and 'Ja'eir jjlad Effects A; ? Even Worse Cleopatra which was beached in- Pen- BOOKS
.. "The Court Commissioner has repairs ..:....... '.., 3622 Than Those of Tight Shoes.: sacola during the storm came home lot
.. granted temporary injunctions In all Rent of truck and.engine The habit of wearing tight shoes is a few days on last trip of the schooner ,. t&tt
houses ........ 87.00 a Brilliant. lie reports that his loss will be
: said cases although the same have Hydrant rent ...;.....: 82668 bad one. bat worse even than narrow comparatively small. ," 4'
Attaching them to fixture since the : been ..... .. ..- Mesdames Harvey and Gardner of -
I any price of : opoosed by me on behalf of the Incidentals : ITS' ,95- $ .41.95 toes is the habit that many womenhn Chip- : ,,
i for light and fuel is the : city I am preparing to"have said In- Charities ley are spending a month here and are You have read soae of these ad tOf gas same. In this of bcying hose too small for their located in the sanitarium buildinir :
way you junctions dissolved.and' to institute Salary physician ..... 50.00 Mr. I the others, they were the "first t
: and Mrs. W. A. Garner of Econftna.
: can heat any part of your. house with one heater. :I appropriate legal action to have the Hospital:: expenses .... 31.25 feet and wearing them constantly.It who have been spending some time with ,ers' one to five years ago. You take I}
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title to said Medicines ............ 1625 is seedless to say that binding their children here returned home Mon J'chances in buying a book that has
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$3.25 puts a property afjudicate&Thegreat Care and ,'. I a "first seller
specially good heater. transportation -
i. amount of. labor required t \ properly defend and prosecute the most, harmful forms of laCing. becauseit Mr. and Mrs .1. Brown. Castle Craneycrow The Pillar of k t
: suits which Total Department of restr'cts Mr. O C. Dolphy filled hs :Red Kewrers. Lightning Conductor \*
% have been or may be instituted :! circulation and when that regular appointment -
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Public Safety 5,005.09 In the Presbyterian church !F nlan. Wh n KnllhthoodVas In FJWff.Se& V
:f Pensacola Gas Company relative to the p'-operty referred -Department of Publio is impaired th.e individual becomes a Sunday this being his last appointment on \\olt, Alice of Old Vincennes. Ctt'*
: : to, and In'Tfew of the great Works- prey to all sorts of ailments. and making a four years' pastorate. Chicago Princess. Calumet K, Tie 1 '

i: Phone 148. 24 Importance of such HUgarlon to the Streets crossings etc$.1.530.03 Stockings too large: the other ex Mrs. John Sturrock is expected on Wednesday's In The the,Vote Bishop* of the.Carrlage.People, etc.Prk'e Little. 3lltil!
and 27 E. of the
Garden Strast.. : city .and the manifold dutie3 Imposed Streets. J-ghting ..... 93414: trip Tarpon. She bas ,
i bindrnjs
75 in
treme are also bad, but the ill effects spent very pleasantly the summer in Ei-. cents first-clacs:
......... .................o.. ....to. t........... upon me as City Attorney. promnts Sewers.flushing cleaning........:and.... 49.34 they 'cause are not to be comparedwith cambia., Messrs.Mich.ogeboora, and Green I and illustrated. t

1 Garbage,.removal and __ were
: u the: wearing of tight hose. When vtmtors_from Panama City
disposal ............ 53019 on Saturday.
i Public buildings they.are too long and,wrinkle over the
re-
Received.
ImiortedMataron, Just. !. Sweet Ott Cheeses CHARTERED T"TUG' [ TO ENJOY LIFEyou I flairs and expenses.. 33.53 I instep and under the arch of the foot HER. CON IDANT;, : .HARRY TVHOWLAND,
callous and
they cause places. the
Total of
Ml Pickles, Department
Sauer Kraut Mackerel. Cod Manager. De Luna Book Store
...... ThatIs What Mother Should Be t.
-- Public orka
; Ftoh. Pip :feet Spanish Onions. Pilot 3,082.57, folds of the material pressing into the
., Bnad. French Navy Bread.,. Everything r. C. LOXLEY and since must the first stomach of all is have good health Department of Gen flesh frequently Irritate' the skin. be- Her Daughter. De ,Luna St, ,Phone 149Lf
fresh and new. the measure of eral Expenses- As older it harder
Witch Hazel, $1.00 per gallon. man's health it is important to see that Salaries of officers.... 66500 cause of the'constant friction of rubbing one grows seems.
it is restored to normal condition thus Insurance ............ 47.30 -' and down with step and harder to enter into the plays and
Marine Grocery Company..' perfecting ,the digestion. Tp do thtaHostette Interest etc .......... 175.00 up every fancies of the children around us, 'even Opera House
CAPT. E. E. taken.
SAUNDERS
HAS SECURED Legal expenses ........ 100.00
V. J. VIDAL.' Manager. r's Stationery............. 57 85 The ideal stockings have broad toes if they are our very own. There are .
... THIS VESSEL FOR Incidentals ...:......., 64713 BO that the feet can lie straight in mothers who have such busy lives that

HARBOR WORK. Stomach Bitters Total Department of them. They should fit close to. the any exertion that is not absolutely'necessary One Night Only,

; SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES I, General Expenses .. $ 1,632.28 flesh/not snugly enough to be uncomfortable :- Is really an impossibility, FRIDAY OCTOBER 26.:
should ba resorted to. You'll find it the Department of Health- but many are too lazy mentally and ,
Capt. EL
OF AU. DESCRIPTIONS. E. Saunders nas charteredthe best stomach medicine but Just shape themselves
:you ever took
Agent for Dlebold Safe and Lock Co., tug F. C. of and also that it Salaries of inspectors 591.05 physically to keep in touch with their
:: Loxley. Mobile to cures Poor Appetite, Salary of health Oft nicely to the feet. Once such; hosiery Helen
Canton. Ohio. do work In the harbor and towing to Headache. Costiveness. Dyspepsia Indigestion cer ................. 50.00 I Is put on, no other kind will ever be children mothers who wall aloud that Byron
Office and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St ilillTille for several weeks. The tug Chl'ls! or Colds. Tryst to-day. Salary of Clerk ....... 15.00 their children do not give them their
is vessel' Incidentals ......*..... 3867 purchased agin.The confidence. f .IN. .
a about the size of the Oko- '
Total Board of Health 694.72 seams are of course small: and "
I iloosa, though more_powerful. P., J. No child who had absolute confidencein The Military: Comic Opera,
soft and the
I possible get types that
i Williams returned from Mobile Total Expenses Sep her mother ever went far
l morning where yesterday COFFEEZWe tember 1906 ........ $10,474 hare then oa the outside of the foot very
he went several wrong.
Comparative Statement of Floating instead of down the center where. If "Sargeant
: i days since to secure a tug to assist Debt. One cannot help being struck by the
the threads are drawn a trite tight
In the work but
here it not
was Interest on bonded lack of sympathy between the
until they voften chafe: the flesh.--New York average
last
night that the deal for the
Sept 30. 06. Aug. 31:00debt mother and daughter or father and
S tug went through. The vessel Is expected are tbe Pioneer ;.............$ 4S550 $ 4S850 American. son, especially as the children grow Kitty"60COMPANY
[l to arrive here this afternoon. Pensacola Water Cov. 4.433-35 '3.576. 7 op,
Captain Saunders has also charteredthe Coffee Roasters of Bills payable ......... 4:600.00: 8.10000 and the fault seems to be largely with .
Accounts Payable.,.., 2152.89 6-82862: ---- the parents. They are so apt to be the OF-60.
I tag Monarch to do 'towing work West Florida.McKUOK'SBLEPS. --:-- ..
between Pensacola and Millville and Totals ..>..*.!.?....$11,671 74 $17.433 <;;::, '"" roeI : parents not the friend and companion J"

these two tugs will be kept In service All cf which 1*'respectfu submitted. f to whom the children' would go with : ]Pretty Girls Catchy Music,
,
I until the tugs Simpson and Okoloosaare -GEO. T- .MORGAN.' S even the silliness of youth and have!f
Comptj'oiler. L Costumes
Imported
repaired. them received as such, not as things of I

Clerk and Tax Collector. lUSting Importanee..and to be referred [ Prices 25c to $1.50.
* I The of clerk and >- : ,.
the city
THE .MEAT CHOPPER.It reports I : to again and again after they have .
.
tax collector showing transactions
I passed and are into I I"Oh
: Atria) and collections for the past month, sinking oblivion. ,
May Be Made. a Great Labor SaTer 1 have no equal were read and, referred to finance I can't tell mother anything, she I SATURDAY, OCT. 27th.
the Kitchen.
I will convince.the'connoisseur commtt! lays so much stress, so much iraportance -
The grater has a black eye In.house'wifely I Ordinances on First Reading. UJc on every trifle-and never forgets MATINEE AND NIGHT.

favor. In 'its'place the meat ,that we The ordinance increasing the salary I it or lets me. I wish I bad a mother

chopper has sprung into popularity.: make no extravagant,* of tLe comptroller to $1,500 per'year ten could tell things to" la the cry one
'Many of the things for which the former was read the first and second times -I hears continually from ,achoolg1gNew .- COUNTESSOLGa

was exclusively. used are now claims. and referred to the engrossing committee cc York Press.A .
done 'more quickly and with greater and city attorney

ease by the latter: I Ordinances on Second 'Reading.The c)). c: Tree of ttany Power. VON HATZFELDT
The meat is to I Wholesale' and RellGROCERS: ordinance relating! to railway .ljfl1L en
chopper a godsend one The ash tree is rich with
:c
crossings referred back ,to the m And Her Big Company of Fifty
was I
,$ woman, who makes chowchow .so appetizing general ordinance committee to be to- ::a The old charlatans of the superstition.I:n the Musical, Cirlical Comedy Su"e'%
that she Is forced to do it by used It in their love
19M
Copyright amended as they may see proper. '" potions and the
The Howe of Kwpp..h.Jin the job lot Formerly she cut the different The rules were waived and J.- Gea damsels of ancient time'believed that THE LITTLEDUCHESS

Ingredients separately; until one White appeared and. requested permission It. would enable them to make their
FORM FITTING.Notice day the brilliant idea struck her why and all kinds of Feed to add another story to his sweethearts true and help them to dli-

not put everything through the chopper home on Gregory street. Upon motion
the form-fitting lines Stuffs.Wholesale cover their future Jmsbands. The inhabitants -
Which) are more decided in tolaeason'B !. In :went: tomatoes, peppers cu- permission was gr2ilt d. Aider- The'Tlat t iron Brand." I of. Iceland still look: with
Coats than heretofore. man Wright in the negative. .
; cumbers and pickles one at a time and voting dread the '
Drop in to-day and try one upon use of mountain ash
on. aa AND:
all the former work of two was The regular : JL Kuppenheimer label la yourguarantee days; individuality for fueL Their belief that It will make BEAUTY SHOW.
of quality done In a morning. then resumed. tailor-mad fit. The beet Kcw
Pluto Water Ordinance Defeated. {I York tailors! make these trousers. enemies of all who gather 'round a
$16 to $27.50-Less Apples, pears and quinces for butters The measure pro-
15 Per Cent. : are also put through the meat chopper thority to J, EL.Taylor and assigns toj WHITE & NIX. seated and was once-almost universalIn Prices-Matine**, 60 and 75 cent
with great saving time and temper. construct a spur track across Garden I : .I Europe. Night; !5c to $130.Florida .

'Being cut mucK*smaller moreover and RetaiLNew street near llanresa,. YT -then placed CLOTHIERS, Superstitions seekers -
after -
luck -
than, they would otherwise be 'they on its third reading- Upon roll call C 29 South-Pa.l3fox St. good
still be
h Sold may found invoking'the
H. 0. ANSON boil,down more easily. there were'seven ayes; and two nay. Pensacola by the even leaved spiritof and Alabama
S All the juice from fruits prepared In Orleans Grocery Co. Aldermen Muldoa and Renshaw vol. ash after the;raan-

: ,, 'this way; nnist' be- carefully' caught ing in the negative. The mayor. announced 'MADE BTBLOCHBROS.&KILPATR1CK ner with of the the ,ancient: tree 'worshipers, LAND COMPANY(
verses
GASH CLOTHIER, The chopper itself should be scrupulously that "ordinance! had been :: SEveuish.'I
1''to' defeated. it requiring a t c..thlrdsv : Co pluck thee
remove all taste of of
drier Paldoled Jas. McHugh te.of council to Hoping thus to meet "OOfll1lck Manufacturers
MalL :, the entire Jpass & ;
? --..' ..- -- .. "' 'meat Boiling the parts In soda water such a measure. '* 17;))9. %Yaverly.Placa5New! = York.. If no luck I.pt from thee : and Dealer In SMH

Insures,perfect. slsanliness. Phone 1O5. Proprietor, The.bond. .O.L,CoviD..o1on..as' I.shan wish thee.o&'a:tree.- c LUMBER.ULES AND SAWED.JtlLN CYPRESS.DRIED SAP.


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