The Pensacola journal
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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 26, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,..,.. The Charhber of.. ,Commerce!I IBuilding" I r il/ill Take' Part- in theDedicatory :: UP: BY :BRITISH. ...... STEAMER HEATHER- Rebellious Utes, in Wyoming c _IIJ1: tU t"l.


Destroyed ...' Are' Ready For : ". _

Early Thursday. ". .) Battle.REINFORCEMENTS. '

'' .By Associated Press. MONTGOMERYRACES Jf'

U J I '- Norfolk, Vzl .. Oct. 25.-Five .survivors\ of the great : I

USED 'AS TENEMENT i jjJj p[ [storm of last weak. ?< were I landed l here. 'to-q.ay'by the British :

steamer ,Hcatliefpool: ,. which arrived for coal, from New

Orleans to Rotterdam. ', 'ff
Between 200 and 300 Were -- t. :' Of Cavalry Hurriedly Start ; :
| They, one-. hundred and forty-five others, were ,

Placed in Jeopardy. iIi. iii '!board Hoiisebojk No. 4, which laYanchored off the Flor- ed from Ft. Mead. .'ili:'

ida i coast on theltight of October 17, when the great. hurricane Good Time in Four EventsAt :. ; f
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ESTIMATES OF NUMBER OF DEAD 1 broke the bqat; adrift. '. Vandiver Park WHEN FORCES ARE READ ,REDSKINS "

i The houseb6atSoon went to pieces and all l were thrown WILL BE ATTACKED- 4

RUN ALL THE WAYFROM HALF into the sea. TKemen: ; clung to the wreckage until picked Yesterday.Special THEY REFUSE TO SURRENDER 'It iJr''

the HeatHerjiool. .
up by ., : AND '
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THE KNOWN DEAD AND IN. One man \ l1ft.hem went mad and flung himself_ into l 1 to The Journal RESERVATION ;, r.t,

JURED-CAUSE OF'CONFLAGRA.. thesea. ">*t-'l 1 Montgomery Ala., Oct 25.---FolIow THREE COWBOYS KU.LBXBy f
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; :.oA. i ." .', I ing is the summary.of, races at Van c

TION UNKNOWN. .. diver Park this afternoon: (
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l'Editors AssocfaUd PTM
and Publishers ,arc First'race, 2:30 pace, 2 in 3. purse Sioux Orty S. D., Oct. 26.-flYoop ;: i -
J400: Bessie Earl 1, 1; Lilly Pointer have been hurriedly started from Fort -.,
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By Associated Press. '
Kansas City Mot Oct. 25. In the 2, 2; Addle' C. 3, J; Lord Strasberg: Mead, S. IX, to re-lnforce the soldiers :. I;'t t

ruins of the Chamber of Commerce \ I No wl Compelled to* Pay- Fare 4, 5; Stuart 5, (. Time 2:13 2:15 of Fort Robinson who are sur"t, $ ,

'building in.Kansas City; :-..: V de-1 Second race 2:10 trot, 2 In 3, purse rounded by rebellious Ute Indians la j; ,
stroyed by fire'early to-daj. \ a.e are --- 'Wyoming; but cannot move them. 11 1 ':.
1500: Pat T. 1, 3. 2, 3 Pat FQI'd..4, I
anywhere from half a dozen to thirty j By Associated Pros newspapers: ; A telegram to headquarter] sy : :
I 5i; 3; Lady Margaret, 2, 4, 1, 2 that five rand
bodies, according to estimates given j Washlng: n1; Oct.. 2(:*=:UnJer; rul-f In reply to a protest from the Mas ; cowboys have been killed 1
'out this morning by firemen who had cf the laterstat 'ocuserce con-: sachusetg'press: association Chairman : Gold Standard 3, 2.4; 'Minnie Belle 6, a big beef herd raided 'i.' I

worked at the scene all flight. On the I I ling trans ortaUol /over railroad I Knupp sgthe law prohibitsthe 6, 5; Aften L. 4, 5. TIme, 2:16%: Six troops ,of. the Sixth Cavalry .}, !

'other hand, Assistant Fire Chief I lines'np longer may be g'vento"new3l : -f !issuance of free transportation or 2:13%; 2i3: %; 2:16. bave left Port Mead, "". '.to! '

Lind. this morning. insisted that thel l! paper publishers 'Q editors In ex- tranportation paid for in any other Third race. 3 year >old "trot, 2 in 3,I rounded The band on Ute indian to, be : 41 t
dead would not reach oversix. This ?ciange for advertislBS-spac's i in their!way than cash. up by the.canJry and escorted :]1
'morning the body of D. R. Young a laborer : < puree 1300:: Cedlian Maid 1, 1; Togo back to the reservation h now on I
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aged 62 years was removed 2, 2; Florodora Wilkes 2, 3. Time the: Little Power fiver in W1rcmin&l

from the ruins. He had lived on the 2:26tf; ; 2:24.Fourthrace. and is temporarily camped there on 4 l
,fourth floor with his family. The ni Dedicate the Illinois "2 old account of a storm. i f'I
., : year pace. Lydia
E : Major Grieseon ooDubaod .
- fate of his family Is not known. j. .in qt t1le '
: ,- Curzon 1, 1 June 2, 2. Time, 2:25 '
. The tactual loss of .life will not be : inVthsbdi'jPatkdedication ; ; trooPs of C&vaIry.sent to eeuat th .'i
BY ,known until ? thorough search of the r Temple 2:30.Fifth Indians back to the reservation decided : ., .

ruins can bs made, 'proba lyt not then. "***?X "race, running, 5 furlongs, after they refused to surrender to ,.. .
gagesipoei! ,as some' of the firemen assert that = purse $75: ,AIzora won Happy Chop await re-inforcements. 'IJ j -tr.

snder manys bodies must have been burned'to GOV. CHAS. S. DEN EEN, 'CF I ILLINOIS.Who By Assod. tect. Press. of the. Illinois Memorial second Kyote third, W.. K.. Slade When more cavalry arrives If the ; f
anent ashes. The building, used as a : Ylrksburg, Miss., 'Oct.23..-The I I Tt'mple.'In' the1 Vicksburg: National fourth. Time 102. .Indians, who number three umdred.. 'j t 'r'
)()l..:y 'tenement house and containing about I is now at Vicksburg, where h e will take a prominent part in the three special !r-Jns1: from'' Illinois: i' Park. A .reception and ball tonightwas still .refuse to surrender, an attack l' t
this. '100 rooms., held, as near as cnn be exercises of dsdicaUon of' the nilnois f Memorial Temple in the Vicksburg bringing; Governer Deneen, former; largely! -attended.. Tomorrowwill will probably follow. _- ': f
: af- ;learned, between 200 and SCO personsat I nation park. -. Governor Yates and over seven bun-'! be the main'day and the parade '
y 1
lame.Ince. the time the fire broke out at 12:30. dre :Most of these composed families, try,'did not arrive;' till .seven o'clock i. In the morning., Seven companies of -I INTERNATIONU II SAYS ALL IS QUIET. : -q:: 1

many others were transients who,;;::! this evening, the. delay :interferingwH ; the :Mississippi national guard will Cheyenne Wyo., Oct. 25. names are not known. The only per, Eli All| >. the first day's ,.exercises of 'the I.I take"art In the ceremonies. Brooks to-day received a report from ,1 ,
who knows IijUAL.Rt ARMS TUBE I.
son the actual number of ;
Gillette -
Wyo., near where la located t ;
.'occupants of the building is the jan \
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the camp of Ute Indiana saying that '
1tor.," is-missing. It was"the custom EIPOSITION 0 S all .
The National Association of was quiet : f
for of .
many the transients who
) No credence is given to the report !
-came mostly from I" '
nearby railroad j
that the'Indians engaged a number of-
.rards, not to restates. JUJi!!: tb"C:: all HlS roo PPOPIPTP Li : cowboys in battle. iiBRIGHT
trace of them is lost for the. time .Undeiwr..itersAdjourn: : -

eard being. Only a thorough search of the! .' "'It < .. ._-... _, : IN-i9Ei9 1 1 "t
ruins, that may take days will reveal '

beenold. The Known Dead. J JAPANESE-P [ THESEA .. St Louis Oct. 25,-The seven- committee and prohibiting the election LITTlE ,
The known dead number four, as teenth -annual convention 'of the Na- ".of. officers" of. companies dele

( follows: tional Association of Life Underwrit gates. .The practice' of rebating was Seattle to Be Seat of Another
:VirWl'T.ght- Robert Burton, a stone mason, burnEd ers", was concluded to-day after deciding condemned and agents called on to
In his room. By Associated Press.: I By Associated Press. to meet next year In Toronto. discoutenance it Frank EL MacMnl- ;
1 it The infant of Mr. and Mrs. John h.. Washington! Oct. 25.Japanese I Havana, Oct. 25.-Carrying! out the After much discussion a resolution len of Rochester was elected president Great World's Fair-To GIRl PASSES }l

:ster Sparks. Ambasador Aokl, in conference( with: furthsr policy) under whic the arms was-adopted escludlng-ihe home officers' and R. L- Foreman of Atlanta,' 1 1I
John Lynch driver of a san.t Secretary Root to day requested on I{ surrendered: by insurgents have been bf?companies: from participating first vice president Exploit Alaska. '

.nss. wagon, lost his life trying: to save behalf on his government that Japanese -:i destroyed orders have been given: .- --
the Sparks baby. : ," subjects .in Cal'fornia should: be i I that th;! great quact'ty of arms.now :
*>. R. Young, aged 62, a laborer. accorded full rights unJer the treatv stored in the, casemates: of Morro : Special to The JournaL -I AWAY : :
Four others missing: of 1894. including the privilege of castle be thrown into the sea. MQ3t JUDGE ;
CARTER' l Seattle, Oct. 25.-ThIs city Is planning -
>, The Injured.The -. childran ,to freely attenj the- public I I of tie xrns a'e of obsolete pattern. [ an exhibition 8f International 1'1 _
Injured: schools cf San Frasoisco.; i(About; ten thoijMind s &.!ld$ of arms
George Sparks, hands and face Secretary Root will! take the mater '-!, ar? to be tics: rendered useless. scope to be held in the summer of :

burn?d.Mrs. U P Wti the president ani it h ; It i Is intended to do away with sfm.t 909. It Is to be called the Alaska- Mary Frances Lamar Died

George Sparks, face and hands likely representations Trill teIlade.( liar accinrul.a< ::1 s of arras" in,the ot1er /- Yukon-Pacific Erposition and will aim
- burned. to thj California acthcrltles.Tiie : THE m[[ OF
fcrtrcsse of Island. Th's is DcNlEO
; the : Yesterday Afternoon at .
'A. H. West aged 66, carpenter. ambassador: sail! the exclusion.. done as a precautionary measure. to tell the world of the hitherto untold : 4 '

Thomas Hunter, blacksmith. of Japanese children from: SPTI: Fran-!, and almost unknown resourcesof
Patrick Horley, railroad laborer. c'sco schools was the 'chief! cause of' '; Alaska, and the Yukon country, O'Clock.. : 1'Mary i

Captain J. E. Bnch'salter. fireman.M. th? harsh: critklsrj! cf 'tie. United; <,IBURFAU.RUORTor : \ : < and. the Pacific Northwest. } r ,
H. McCall, railroad laborer States in big country., MOTION Silfl Frances, the bright and lovable ,
Thomas Connor engineer. Furthermore It will attempt to bring little daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. .1 4 .

26. Alexander McCambridse, engineer.. COTTOGINNED :the United States into closer relations c. W. Lamar expired at the- borne of j .4

John Kane engineer:- DEPUJY13ADLIVELYiCHASt :with the.islands of the broad Pacific, her parents on the bay shore yester '

7 William Mulvahill. train dispatcher, and the nations bordering upon the day.afternoon at 3 o'clock; death com ;. .':
i Fishing Vessels at This Port lug to relieve her after about fourweek.s
Missouri Pacific, burn- ,
? By AssAfittcd: PressI For a-New Trial in the Case I greatest of oceans. .
of from ,
Arthur Childers knocked = typhoid pneu ',
Washington.! Oct. :5.-ThyCensns The fair has .been financed by the '
and Mobile Are Now monia. ;
from ambulance by wire and ru.? .
ra over serious. I I Bureau bulI"Un iwusd: to-day shows of Attorney W. L. raising of the greatest fund ever secured The news of the death of the little

Emmett Scott, arm broken.' .I 1 that; .C10,23 bales of 'cotton have Afloat.Out for any object In ,the spaceof girl quickly spread to the city, where .'
J. P. Branahan, maker. both WENT TO BARRANCAS, V/HERE! bee ginned (roc Vie crop of the present Zachary. one working day. On October 2, much regret was expressed and many' "
legs broken.- wagon year up to October 18, ccu:1thtg'rouu1 :: F of a fleet of sixty 'fishing the people of Seattle bought stock In intimate friends of the family visited ,

J. K. Sankow, packing houjaem, I-IE'FOUI'D EOY WHO:SHOT bales! as half bales: ci apared schooners owned and operated out of the fair corporation to the extent of the homeduring the late afternoon ,' t
xrtti: ba'es
ployee. : I' 4.p3pJ".e5 to the same- date Pensacola and Mobile! ,"razre today an 'unheard of accomplIsh. and night to express their sympathy .
MAN"AND, VVCiZAllRECENTLY., las'yzr. 7i" ff.llnr3j: !:: firures'shcwl Judge Francis B. Carter, who heard are $650OOOj' and condolence. I'
Mrs. Mary Sankow.. st ... : 'the n'.is>lr of' !::Tfi:1'1: the. nua the charges: against Attorney W.T L. only ,nine afloat and actively engaged t was the aim of the manage- 't
Edward later1signed in trade. The ment to raise $500,000 in one day, and Mary Frances was the oldest 'of an _
Bayles. bcr of bales various' Zacaary of this city, and who the others are
siaar-'l in the _
: : interesting family of four children.
r ,, W.:. J. Herley, fireman, Missouriracmc. I states: n !lrgh. 4j 6.r. R-jinsries and72iS':0 ;: an order disbarring him from on the beach or. sunk at various Will. H. Parry, chairman of the ways She had Just reached the age of : ..
further in the of the, points in 'the two the result and means committee, proclaiming #
: : hairs F1 rU Tirartlpe courts harbors ..
- : 2 13:> pin rie3 '
!l twelve and
was exceptionally
Fred Criel, reporter, cut on heed I Deputy Sheriff Sanders and: Chas. and 24.215: ba'.eir S"Ut' ,C.urolia.'I state has denied the m ion made be-j; of the hurricane! "everybody helps" as a slogan declared bright and years advanced In her studies for t. ,
c by falling brick; f : "chasa" fcre him! for a new trial in this cas .j the small feet however, wIll be that this could and must be
W. Johnson had a ,}ivly last 2.S73 ginasrira: aid 335,235 I !J sicz.:.. I I would have given her age. The little girl was taken ____
Frank Ditar. tight hear Vort Barrancas; svhtethey '" :The cotton was made before Judge. added: to a3" fast as possible, and here done. The city a
i f III 28th, and
t Sept. soon afterwards
A. J. Jackson. located "$anDY-'Bdy'1 Lindsay! a Caiter while he was holding court in in Penacobit: will *be only a few million if H'bad been necessary on : ,
Mrs. J. H. Rose. negro about eigntt-cn years-of: agE. RAILROAD ,tEJ.r r 'j'jI I Santa Ilosa"coucty some! weeks ago,! weeks before a fair s'zad fishing fleet The legislature of the lusty; young it stricken was found with that she had been 1 '.
typhoid fever which: ,!
Unknown bay, fatally hurt droppeo who is charged with the scooting at _. I but it was only recently that the! i h In operation. It is hardly possible state of Washington is' to be' asked later .
developed Into typhoid
from second floor to policeman, 'who Escambia a few lu-hts since wncn aj!I .. j ji cour-announced his daclsion denying j that any fishing! vess2ls will be se*,I thIs winter to appropriate at least a monia and although remedy pneu- '4. 'r}j -:: .

h. failed to catch her.- woman and her'husband were aaoij I i RUSSIA STRIKE I t the motion F cured in the, est tliis; ysar as fishing million dollars with excellent pros- known to the medical profession every was 4
E. C. Earnhart foreman Fowler from ambushl'The woman Is the sir r E. T. Davis Is counsel: for Mr.''is. exceptI resorted to, It was without avail, and 'f ,
Packing House. ter of Lindsay, and it is alleged that Zachary' in the case, and: entered tae :!, and,th owners do.: aol! care to j western states will make big'appropriations she passed yesterday, afternoon. ; :j _
S. H. McCauley.! I motion for trial and It ij undsr- with thsm. I and nearly etery'statethe away I
he conmittlle crime to preventItem a part .
Dy Ats Frank Otterman, railway clerk. catching nua: lobling: the hcuss. stood that he Intends appecliaj -the I Tie Osreola.! of the fleet of Warren 'in union will be represented, so this afternoon at the .-1' "\f
An Pctrrbn.rOct: '25.-According1[ courts. .. 'which' ashore that it is 'not unreasonable to'pre First _
Apartment House. The officers arrived at Barranca case to higher: & Co., was bown} at
to Presbyterian church at 3:30 o'clock f
The Chamber of Conniercp the r.ewinscra premier Stolyrln I j jI .1. the south: eii o* the earth work of sume that another million will come _______
buildins tlia hoa .
last and ) .
located ,
was ; night early bas 'received a tpl"fran frra. Gensrol I the cortege leaving the family residence .
situated at Park and Central where the negro had been staying tiicr' Kl.u;''h.lu. STRUCK PerdidQ, wharf was ,? launched from;:I from the commonwealth's'coffers. Thexposition's on the bay shore at 2:30 o'clock.Rev. '
streets in Kansas .I sovrrnorgeneral of BY :tisr iro'U'on yesterday. While she commissioner ,Major T. .
wa" past few nights.Vbne they were Odessa re.pcrttcg; that an extended Julian S. Sibley who has been _
of erected fourteen rears ago at a cost' discussing lhe best plan .to :captaro: strike brcks; out Jn. soutLern RUSH! i was badly damaged: by tie.storm re-j IS. tatkson.has, encouragement nt at In DeFuniak, will return and conduct _
$ hand. national
S5ooO. vs used as a. board of: him the negro" ; who had been listen-: ypfterdsy.; Mere than, t< I airs hav been made wnile she .was f every The government :the services. t _ _
IrI trade. The city grew away from it. In? to their conversation jumped rtilmod shopmtn have quit a work thousand tad TRAIN AND KILLED .: high and' dry and when she !is placed I''iia I certain to make a generous appro- The interment will be In St. John! j' _
ho"'en-r. and It was never used for from his behind the ; in the water It will be only a fsw |, pration? for a series of buildings filled '
hiding place taisl cemetery. .
I Its nrign purpose, but for many: corner of a house fie was followeJ are 1.-?.,the. black! flag. : I I days before sn;.> is T *dy ,to resume I Ift with exhibits, and the federal appropriation -

I Tears bad beeR occupied: as'an sppartSS by the officers who 'fired four .shots, I, hID*. The Mary'L. Hardy. also of i i may amount .to, 9. third REMAINS WILL ARRIVE .
J?USevTbe structure was at tie fleeing man: but without e ect.. SMALL: Fins AT ValE ,-_ By Associated 25.Press.-Three th's fleet Is now oa tie ways at Ba-!I Iof a million. TOMORROW MORNING. _' t-
I. fourl j Nevr York, Oct. per-
hel4t and built of The officers returned to the city PEr'SACC-UA! : 13CN WORKS. Injured : dai_ where rspalrs ,are being rushe1.1 The fair will aim primarily exploit -
sod stone aloneJt f ens'were killed and thre seriously and it !is" expected that she the resources and tell the worldof Owing to the train being snowbound {?:-i
contained 100 this morning about 1:
roon::!, almost all of. which were as from Barrancas U>_ tlje:: o'coek5'waikIn city, ; A small blaze occurred 'ayi; l last I in a collision Woodside, L. L.I 1. be placed in commission in a few f the inestimable possibilities,of the :! near Kansas City, the remains '", -
fJr: a between a Long Island railroad train of Francis Walsh, which were expected : 1
can be learxje& occupied by nlht at the Peasacota! Iron Works days. land that Uncle Sam bought; for $7.- :
h'iIi'S! or inf'iridnal! laboring men UPHOLDS ACTION on touth Pajifcx: s rset. and! II and a coach returning to Neo York iestprdav the Mian'e W., of the 000.000 and whose exports and Imports to arrive here this morning will i:1 .
p 'of t
t3ilwas! Pmp'oves .at the time of the the; host! wagons, was called from. funeral at Calvary cemEtery.1The ; ) fp't of Saucders &; Co., was, floated i' are yearly nearly four times not reach Pensacola until to-morrow "'1 ;
out and his
fi'l' 'l1'c 5re: broke out en the ground OFMAYORWEAVER: ; telephone: : alarm. dead are: from the styj between Palafox and thtt sum. Since the discovery of morning. ii, : (
f'1Or ;fro two young children.TEIdPERATURE and! towed gold in The hour of the funeral will be announced f ,:
. :]! Eome 'rakncwn cause at The blaze wag !In th Bavlen street; wharves : the northland. the city of
? moulding de I
I 12 (p o'clock.. Isolated as it WlS.: the By-Associated' Press. partment 'where the men ,h:1d beeawork'ng acres to the marine railway, to be Seattle has received in round numbers after the body reaches the -
btrnir: bm'M-ng' was (difficult of ac- Philadelphia' Oct. 25.'-Judge SuhI ; and where one of the DauBs i i repaired. The Caviar! another of the $180 000.000 worth of the yellow city. r

Cf' ". and It was some time before the I berger. the common'pleas court to- had caught, and was burning.: A few'buckets 'I OF 72 DEGREES firm's fleet. Is about read to be taken metaL Recently it baa been .learned
fir. Qepartment reached the scene. -refused to'grant an'Injunction restraining ) ; of watr extinguished: J -- to the raUwav! _and work in getting that. Alaska is marvelously rich in HUNDREDS OF j _
the _
Several c-ompanies were 'at 'a fire in Mayor' Weaver from interfering blaze. The maximum temperature at Pen other sma ks' fn condition. to be floated :copper tin and many other"minerals, BOATS-MISSING
, anotnn part rf the city. .. : with the -production:- at the -. sacola yesterday was 72 degrees at 2 Is progressing nicoel,. .:and that vegetables,grasses and even _
\11pn Walnut street theatre of The Clansman J I to weather bureau not ennected. however that grains ba raised the hot Associated .. (
the Bremen arrived the entire Neither Side Scored. p. m.. according It is can n short By : Pre. _
buildingas in Cames.! and all whIc the mayor suppressed* Columbia] S. C.. Oct. .25; -Clemson records, while the minimum was 5S .11] of the Tessels will be saved. In ,summers. An -Alaska building filled Tokio, Oct 25.-A hurricane swept, ;i (
I Inean"'of escape by stairways for the a? a result cf the Bct'oa of 'leading .snd the Agricultural and. Mechanical degrees at 6:40 a.. m.Last year on fart no attem-ol'wiJI be made by with interesting displays. is planned. over, southwestern Japan yesterday.V _ _

Scores of occupant was shut off. On negroes of the cttY.1who claimed the College of Raleigh,played a tie gameof the same date the maximum was ?9 either of.;the big'firms to float some The resources of the adjoining territory Several hundred coral fishing boats J: !

play inflammatory 'an Insult' to football here to-day .neither side degrees and the minimum 64 degrees. of their-vesels "nd.after'belng stripped of lukon. will be. no less Interestingly are reported missing. Each boat. -.. ; '
(Continued on Eighth Paj .) the:negro ra e.- _: :. '. j scoring.. with .17 of an Inch rainfalL they will be abandoned or sold. exploited. I was manned by at least two ..-i} i _____

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WORK 'WEyAdidteratedint ODN N GIVEN BY'C ScfeMpfi Tobacco, is' 'Made ENTHELY from Flue Cured .--.J/.t/-:::::-;..

; > the Piedmont Country.
1 is Dear Ttbtcco rem : o .....
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I>> ON N PANAMA ,A maker .Ql. utteratedwhite' THr- $STEAMER ': The ,Imitation<< JJtantlt Have Schnapps

lead"'sneered "Why Outside
: Quality Only On
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should paint be. pure? No

-1 CANAL one. eats it." TUCElA <,; :;; "" '. Of: the Plug

True, but ,when white ,d.

lead 'is adulterated with .

tt barytes,,'sublimed lead Hundreds' of imitation brands are_ claimed to be "1 ust as good"as

1 Floridian Says Jamaican gypsum, whiting, etc., it-, Which Was" Libeled by the on sale that 1 look like Schnapps, to- Schnapps, but there is only one genuine -

Negroes Are loses the qualities which Bark Andrea For the bacco. The outside, of the imitation' Schnapps. Be sure the letters

make 'purewhite'1!! lead the plugs of tobacco is flue cured the same, on the tag and stamped on the plug.as 'J
Worthless. Sum.of $25,000.

c- 1,I best And paint when, pigment these imita1i6ns Schnapps, but the inside_ is, filled under the tag spell S-C-H-N-A-P-p-s! Ovant

U Ruuell. former. resident ., I and then have It-the
Jacksonville who worked on the are soldas white lead, The British steamer Tuqeaa whic-i with thenPfll m hsavjly sweetened you most
.. -'l'.nto" in 1S!1ti. wten Caarifs H: the consumer is, deceivedinto was libeled 'a few days since by .Una air cured tobacco.- One chew of wholesome 'tobacco produced, with
.' I !i WitS Wk,l','iJu recently arrived raster of -the bark Andrea, 755E1day Fc
I !.;': city 'and is.spending.sonie little paying white lead prices furnished bond'In the-sum o! ?.?'),- Schnapps will satisfy tobacco hunger just enough! sweetening to preserve antis !
: ; here before ref !'nlBg ,to the for PDO;) and was immediately rel a.e.l
I S'of Panama: wheelor' ; a" nm-i j; worthless substitutes. from custody of the United States oi-* longer"Sum two chews of such to- the mild juicy, stimulating quality of

of years he has been connected In, eials. It Is-probable that the steamer the leaf tobacco. tests
Rs.. capacities, nays the 'Jackson-]I Re$ Seal wilt proceed to sea, In. a few days bacco. The color size and shape prove

Times-Union. I j loaded with a cargo of lumbar. : a&d of the plugs'nd of that this flue cured tobacco, grown ab<
: l life of, Mr. Russell;has been an Pure White leadcontains timber. { tags,

it. 0&?.. When the Spanish-:j,I ala4ebl the slid A.tcD l'rooelqt The amount of the heel against: the?f fTusela certain imitation_ brands ,of tobacco in the, famous ;Piedmont region, requires lty

machinist war was brewing on board he ,was the I! the Andrea is $25,00 ta''j'ttovu, and is the brought amount byj i E. have been made. so much like, and takes. less sweetening thanany go

: I d States battleship Maine and no adulteration which will be necessary to repair that! has
I have often been other and a wholesome
bead that"vessel, Schnapps that they :
,, was on : whatever, and when mixed vessel, discharge. cargo and reload asa I ,
she was blown up in Havana/: result of collision between tae} the effect
a under belief stimulating satisfying
with fureLinsecd..Oil accepted by buyers on
on February 15. 1838: : He two vessels daring the hurrt9ano.;

lI on the Pacific coast for' awhile .batatas no 'paint made ofcheap The master of la* Andrea allege that i that tucy were getting; Schnapps.Sufficient chewers,
there! aays'
was married out He
the collision could have been ur-arteJ -
his wife and child were'kiiied imitations can had proper precautions: been taken proof has been secured If the tobacco you are chewing

t. I that Francisco did such'd1lnf damage; the .earth there;]![ If yourj write dealer' .cannot and alleges on both the negligence part of the! and oiScer lacompteney to establish the fact that certain, don't satisfy you more than the mere S'WlU

I ,na April-canal He returnee zone about from three the-'-! supply, us. in charge of. the steamer. brands are infringements :and in violation Jiabit of expectorating, stop fooling
I The fact that the master of the
I; 'ago and has undergone an t rtA11oNAL.LE.n' COMPANY bark charged that he was incompetent of the trade mark'laws, yet the yourself and,chew Schnapps tobacco
in the Stapleton hospital on Clark Ave sad lOtl SLSt... Louis. I
.. caused the'Erst mate of the -
t" t .Island N. Y. for appendicitis! :. -. a Tugela to bring' suit in the state trade will continue to be imposed Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers

=t after his return to the!.1 For tale by first class dealers courts for $li, i' And long before the Isthmian Qvale for defamation of character upon by infringers 750.already .
4 >Announced its de;., entered ancTrnow to to $1.00 pound I
in regard to letting out the Capt. GeorgeShanton, the chief of MAKE HOME PLEASANT. ; pending per ; Schnapps is

of constructing tae Mr. Russell gave the Boston Capt. Shanton is well known in Jacksonville ,
I a long Interview on conditions I having lived here for a short Avoid" Fsulaea'clad and :Neatness.Coart Method I great many .of these. jmitations are strictly IOC. and 150 plugs. I
I canal zone, in which he stated Ume. He first came here with Torreya ..
1 if the canal was ever dug, it Rough Riders-and was Clustered The best housekeeper is not she who i '" t '
'W be by contractors and not by out with that regiment 'returned spends the whole day slaving in the : -
'. *ge.'f labor.- to Jacksonville and his wife is. a Jack- house-"doing the work," she terms It; R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM: 0,

u : also'declared at that time and sonville lady. They are nowliving muddling is the,correct expression. A
insists that Chinese coolie labot in Colon and Capt Shanton ia.hlghlx woman with method gets through her M
only labor tha;!will ever.be se- though of'on the canal zone. domestic duties even without the aid\ of { *4 I DRINK BOTTLEDi'I'i
i that will glva satisfaction on Mr. Russell is assistant master mechanic servant .'I 'FREEPORT(
after and
a by midday or soon I
t. I canal zone. i of the Panama, railway and expects ,
is ready to take a walk make a call o?
speaking-' of 'the canal and the td, return there shortly. While:
two or rest comfortably with a book generally .to a Tlmea-Unioa re in Jacksonville he is connected with I ) :
last night Jtfr. Russell said that the Florida Electric'Company. ;1 her needlework; Her home Is tidy, and SpcU1 to The Journal .@ffL -
has been: practically' nothing she Is always neatly and consistently : ()
Freeport Oct. 2s.=Mrs
; since the Americans took hold. Lest We I dressed. Meals are prepared tastefullyand Byar, representing ""
Belknap Hardware Co. of
a said"that the vast majority of la- economically,and are always ;
sleep punctually
forget-Baby, is restless can't Louisville,..Ky., was in, this city on
employed Jamaica :
negroes served.
at night won't eat cries spasmodically. business last week. 4O' "V-
that', they are not at all satia-. A bottle of White's Cream ,Although no one_ enjoys a pleasant Mrs. Wahl entertained last weekin
:- !ft ': J:I Vermifuge never fails to cure. Every chat more than she,does she ,avoids honor'of her little granddaughter's Before drinking see that you (|amIdt}
Worthless :
x *is JamaicaNeroeS : mother should give her babyWhite'sCream anything like idle gossip and no one, birthday..' The young people stayed 0 .

the absolutely American' no negro comparison and the Vermifuge. So many times can tempt her to waste the early morning until a late houJ'and;: enjoyed them O'4; get the GENUINE. A word IBrj
when the baby is pale and fretful, o [
negro," said Mr. RusselL! hours in talking over her neighbors'affairs. selves ImmeQl'elyFreeport ,
I the mother does not know what to'do.A cut
Is sorryto lose Mrs the wise is sufficient
Jamaica negro Is lazy, no ac- very rl to i of
bottle of this
medicine would
bring J. J
MoCaskill who has moved to
and is always puffed up with; A good housekeeper also avoids debt. o |pn
color to his cheeks and laughter to V
her commodious
home ln DeFuniafc
feeling that he Is a British sub I She insists upon paying for everything
his Give It trial
eyes. a where will In
she future reside.
The average amount' of real. 1r
j as she gets it and sees that she gets
The two days sale, on Friday 'and Hygeia Works :
gotten out of a Jamaica negro Bottling
day is about one hour. He is Duels With Piat Is. good value for hey money.A Saturday, .drew large crowds of bar- ,
Discussing pistols 'as dueling-weapons fussy woman..may be a prim.old gain-seekers to the McCaskill store,
Impudent contemptible 'nigger: 124 E. Chase theWi
: cannot be depended upon for any the Paris Figaro sought the viewsof maid but probably anuntidy wife, allot whom seemed. well satisfied withthe'vlalt. Street., Phone. 587.
i ] TVhen the? French company: a man who had the reputation of an always very ;.nnoiutctual, for she has 1 Lit
from the isthmus many expert on thefield, of honor. He at "no-time" to do.Anything, her faculty Mr. Everett Jones and family removed lu
>fds of these worthless Jamaica: once,began to rail at duels with pistols. for fuss retarding her actions. She 'Hogtown rayou last week. cit

were left stranded and the He could not bear even to speak: of never spares herself, never idles a moment Mr. Jones holds'a responsible' position (
] government had to provide 1 I them. The fact was that h had once and thinks nothing can be doneso with the Gulf 'Lumber Co. H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANYAre an
Mr. E. I{. of DeFuniak
to Jamaica. Now Miller was wr'
himself at an encounter of that kind well by any one as by herself;hence
are thousands of them again in in town the last of the week. elf
received a ball in the shoulder. she Is quite unnecessarily overworked I
Mr. J. C.
canal Blackburn
zone, but the government re, our enterprising th
] each laborer leaving Jamaica "Then;you disapprove of them simply overfatigned and frequently fractious. liveryman recently brought downa running and can take orders op
deposit before he leaves an because ;you were defeated?" The husband goes to his club. The carload of horses from. St Louis. again nIl)

}, sufficient to defray the ex "Why, I was not defeated.' children are so accustomed to continued Dr. Hardy Cawthon 'of DeFuniak for special work. Our stock of lumber is pe
: of returning so that In case the' "What! scolding that tile;:.become elthe : hypocrites has been In town this week. Ir

black subject gets stranded he' "No; I was a second. You may well ,or unusually unmanageable) and Mr. Panuel+ of Nashville, Tenn, sufficient to fill all orders tr:
i really be paying his own fare; believe that I promised myself never heedless of rebuke. To some extent was In town on business this week.. sent us.

: the, government sends him back! to mix again -in affairs of that sortHowever they deserve pity, for they are teased Julius Caetar.was. .. Fi

native IslaGorsas' food Work. j one day I bad to accompany about their' food, clothes health, exercise a man of nerve-but sickness left Phone :11. PI
pme5 and lessons. is
Gorgas the surgeon In charge' a friend on the field He had asked It Nothing Its mark and he became aged' before W
of personal favor, I could not done without plenty of fuss and discussion his
the sanitary work of the canal me as a time. Sickness is often caused tI"J
;'y' is doing a great work; in fact.,;i[ refuse. But I Insisted"upon pan, eon- ,, and many harmless pleasuresare by' aC torpid liver. Herblne\ -will'regu-
the only real lost-Exchange.A. late liver and give health. d.J
work that is being dition. your you 1rtf
there,' He is getting the zone in!I "What was thatr Mrs.Carrie: Austin Holkm, Kansas ./MMM..MM........H.K....*..+HON.MON.N..m

e condition and when' the That I should climb a tree during Universal aale.A. writes: "I consider Herblne the bestmedUlne'l i ttS
take hold 'and "start: tor ever heard of. I am Southern Grown |
sAn never Stock
.: .the work of actually digging the"I the firing. good thing In" one town tlmes without it.Notice.' I Nursery j
the "A good scheme." fails to work another town. Absolute
conditions will be far ahead True .
.they are at present I'I -Ton think eo? Well,I was wounded knowledge seems to be rare except to Teachers.The Natome. o T
again. My friend fired In the air!" that it always to be indus- '
a contractor such as John B. pays
teachers In schools No. 2
27 f
Budded and
i : of New York, the man who trious, fair"and ''decent Atchison 40, 70,,74 and 80 are requested to assemble Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one \ t
the great subway, will take hold I Broom Globe. at' school building No. 1 this i year, Peach, Strawberry. Roses. Shade and Orna- \

:- canal work and put Chinese la I It is well to know that brooms of evenfng at 2:30 for the' purpose of mental Trees of all kinds.
at Everything true to a I
work he will be able to cut straw do not wear as well as Cheerfulness bears the same friendly; discussing! the question of our having -
canal In a reasonable time, but if those green of the natural color. More broomsare regard to the mind as to the body. It an exhibit at the Florida MidWinter : name, or money cheerfully refunded. Write for jprice

government tries to do-the workel, banishes all anxioos care and discontent Fair at Tampa which.. will open list at once. C
be forty years Or before used in the kitchen than almost any jS
more soothes and the pas on November 14th. :
ether of the house do not buy 1t
showing is made. part so
Capt. Shanton Is There. I I green ones under the Impression that lions. and keeps' them la a perpetualcalm. N.Superintendent.B. COOK. C, ,R. LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala. i f

; Russell says that he knows they -will---outlast the others Pensaoola, Oct 26, 1906. ........ ........ .. .,.. O.... .............. ..J1r8.nt 1 t

Ii f f The President's_ Private Secretary. and t, His Many: Troubles11 11THAT I

t William Loeb, Jr. secre "Very well" replied the ;who'I "
to the president, baa been had'written account rwprter* me to or not., she'was saying to out tba latter knowing U-in fact, the
the ;?,U correct: the doorkeepers
as Mr passed
r by Nadage Doree, a the and .' r [ fl visitor always went away. pleaM4.
story jai you wer 1 -'- S by on hU way put. "He's
actress and authoress, to Marie." nothing buta One day a man stormed Into Haiford'aoffice
servant of the
for (0,000 for damages for false arrest Among Mr..' Loeb'smultttarious du-.j' of the people, and Fm one arc a rage over what he regard: :
prove that, a superabundance of ties \ rr people. HI see him if I have v> a> his unjust dismissal from a clerk-
as MroHoosflvelt's right-hand manU here '
stay sand ,
z V fact does not always ward off trouble. that of first seeing,everybody who : loivnt walked years aid vait'1.r. snip in the treasury department .
There Is no doubt that.Loeb has oveo the "You're Halford. ain't you-the fellow
plenty wants .to. see the president. Besides spinster with the"grievance *
of tao&-4TOl''b0d7 whom he has those who have legitimate business Uje that re read about so much
turned from Tin sorry, madame \* :;aid -that; he cried.
away the president's private with him. every man who happens to it isn't
possible ltT die:
admit president to "Me-me-th 1t lightweight was tlwsecretary's
once win that. He had have lost of ,
a federal position any
see because he's
you not
White dlsclahner.11.*
good naturally turned Miss Done away kind no matte what the cause, 'and f2.y Instant
House: nqr. In,fact.In Washington,
r tie Halford? Where did get that
many time, because Dar Roosevelt hadareIId1" every crank, who has a grievance went down you
Chesapeake bay this morning Idea Mr and I'm just
fully considered the subject against this name's Spinks
or other government +
any little '
that Miss.Do.... wanted- personally thinks that he has a right IDlaythe be back on a for two huntingtrip-three and" won't clerk here Haliord's out cf town.
lay b f or* hint Then :Hiss'DoNe was matter" before the president of theUnited days which gay don't call ca UaUon that way
was the truth. K'
attested tot trying to denounce the Statesand that.lt.la. the duty "All ap ,Ui. I dent llk '':
president while be was attending senrM of the latter to apply a remedy. Theseare then.ia4 the determined "So you too know what an ass hU. .
never bulgingfroin
| In SC John's Episcopal 111
Oyster,Bay for not calling.upon con- further In right here In -the White or.X came here to tell him what I
s the White' .House than Mr : House till he gets.back""But" '
pus to Intervene for the Jews in Rust Loeb. think of him. He's the scoundrel who'sbeen
} said! Mr., tamont rubbing his laying hold of all the papers In
: da. 'pecause she was" arrested Kiss Two presidential secretaries who chin thoughtfully
Done blames Loeb. and "smWng.Would my case that Tn been sending the
were wed
known fpr their tact good that be
of the l exactly proper, do ;you think president, so that the president ba
;When some newspapers were judgment and'ease in handling'visit*. t I her
sleep *,night*
during "
ffftntlng funny stories-about Mr. Loeb pn$ were Colonel Daniel a 'LamonCsecretary <; land absence ,Mr- Cleve. never seen one of them.
; Is no lady -: said the secretary Innocently
the declaring
during last campaign
h/ ..to President Cleveland and staying In the building at
present. And Halford for yosHe's
"Well that's
that he was the"champion blametaker Elijah W.Halford, secretary to President I observe thai
709 are anehaperontj of
doing that all the time. Lot
r >$ America because he was always Harrison. Always pleasant and are you not?'?
willing to assume responsibility for courteous, they displayed wonderful 1 complaint about It Thinks he's the
aything that went wrong in the White discretion giving out Important information II +, :y dent The chaperon Goddess..for of Justice; *wflj be uffl- .whole works. Makes a specialty of
It with me. sir'replied the holding things back from the presidentthat
Bouse. Mr. Loeb laughed about to the newspapers, in making .
although she was know about
plainly the to
president ought
ue> who wrote the .
very men yarns..But appointments with the president .
stir mollified by the I
oneday his I patience was taxed.: : and more difficult than all. In refusing tone an4 deferential secretary's. courteous But. man don't tell me your troubles.You
IthougU the Incident ended with a them. One of the best stories told manper.True come back here when lfaford'aInhell
: true saU Mr. Lament, t- be back week after next: -an4
'- Jftngh. The president's train had beendelayed about Lamont was how be disposed of could '
er- ) .sat .to--er_- chaperon tell him. And say let him have U
seven hour between JWashlng- a woman who had decided to camp In
me, I wondtrn ,TW la a thourttfut good. Fd like to be by when you gK
ten and.New ,
} York,while he was'going the White House .until she could rob '
to Oyster.Bay, The next'morning one talh'aft Interview with"Mr. Cleveland.As tone.011..' It to him. He and I don't get along a
l .( the New York papers had these flaring :Mr. Lament was passing.out of well nevei mind. IT return little bit. Meantime tell me about your
$r headlines: "President's Train Watt -4he mala White House door his attenr when. Mr. -Cleveland gets pack." saidthe papers and HI Jock 'em up-and writ

*Bound Loch Not to Blamed Uon 'wax attracted'-td! a colloquy'be the trick plnst rlsbf rfrom" her meat and to you about 'em."
See here, boys said tile secretary tween two doorkeepers and a sharp pas done. The violent man' quickly settled

? tf the newspaper reporters that day at voiced spinster of seven aspect .u( LXcIT>iD YB"A'- ,,8'1'OB; olr JUS un: humor Half oroT, and also, baf'J. keen sense of down and "Spiaks" made a few noted departed
f' .t ttre. 2Jb "that's joatUxc tAG tae" I !Tea point to tee him wbeUier.70u \VILLLU[ WEB, m. he'frequenUy 'brought It on his blotting pad and the visitor
Into flay.at the visitor' expense with JOHN J. JL&RCD.

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i F FLURIDA'DIV[ :: I light' ;House I I ton1ips' ,I COOPER'S MEDICINES: -


: The Phenomenal. Sale of L.,T. Cooper's: '; new preparations; proves",the many reports l t -z- -

I .' : of'their marvelous curative .
1.5., .l-.lSixte I Bread- F "COOQ" powers." .

,,The\demand for Coopers, New Discovery and Quick )
J e''R lief, which have effected such remarkable cures of -
nth stomach trouble rheumatism, deafness and
Annual ,Encamp- Dr. HiramByrd'; w-4'I catarrh
a5; has become enormous. Newspapers'n every city have 4 Ll '
11 This bread is. made
: : l j :,by } iL:4 commented upon the curative powers and on the un..

en.er5. i ment ,to Convene, ,l in5. I t our new special pro- Record Has BeenEstab-, precedented de mand of these remedies. Thousands of $ %
J1 letters come. every day to Mr. Cooper describing seme'
J _
: ; t. S Gainesville No 13. cess. It retains its lished in $ d1s+ ;,. ?'- of the'most remarkable recoveries from the ravages of
The most practical I :f freshness longer than : I ; '-n ,, disease that have been brought to the attention of the
rUgs -__ I II Lae' public ,In recent years. A most remarkable letter was t
Overcoat for every day The sixteenth -'annual i I any other bread. ft is I "Health ccad': ions Fkriita! were t4': c "i -' t recently received from Mr. U. Jordan, ,a well known

and Sunday is the new cf the' Fiords: dtr'sloa! enazapmea UaUed: Con- > .. I never better than uey a:c to day, ani I _ -tt5:; -,, restautant proprietor of Scranton who writes Mr.
cst federate: Veterans ist' held j a new record has: been established by j f 5- ,er Cooper as follows r ,> .. '
Chesterfield.For be th a ; :
ith style r"E':1r: in Gainesville! coavaBia: ; ca Horns Made, readmade this, sta s.Ve have not had one i< t- '- ", .

the man who buysonh' Tuesday, NCT 13,, and, rsmanins in !case cf smallpox: in the eatire state I ________ ________ ,, "f have suffered for the past three years wIth a 5
've sjss'oa tjro'days. It ; diun: t .e past three moatis. i doubt ;tS _ ._4- Revere case of stomach trouble. I could eat next to
Overcoat : ., Js expected that i I -
one thfs in. a bakery. The i nothing and-
-' Ibe: eacaiarrsenl rrll lit any ether state inJl'r: Uaica can I II I, I 'S suffered untold agonies from indiges
be largely attended '-' 5' tion. My food-would sour,after eating and I would
of is the most sensible and: that Camp Wardo, 10, 1 loavesare, square:and I equal that: splend record. j I t5't 4 _- '- 'c"--1 ' nave side,headaches and dizzy spells. I lost forty -
of thJs ,city will ,be .represented. That was tae J-caiai.cjrtnade yei- S pounds in weight and grew weak and nervous. I.
ve choice. Nothing extreme The followIng ,gsneral! order No. 7 I I every l loaf ,is .labeled. i'l terday by Dr Hira-n L. firrd. fit L.2' _ : dOctOted'with many different physicians and tried a ,
_ number of so-called remedies but received
about it except the has been to" : Try lit assistant health officer, says theJlcksonvUe _4 -S' '' lie:. no re-
vne qual- issued: tie major general -] -1" '-'" Beading of the remarkable cures of stomach ', I
which is I commanding:, .1 ... : Times-Uiuon. In speakIng ,, trouble effected by Cooper s New Medicine I decided .
it extremely 'I S -n to give them a trial. I .
} "Headquarters: Florida Division! Un'- of the subject further Dr. Byrd< i5 Discovery and received almost secured a bcttle of the New -
said among other thla; !s: L-n t : 'r immolate relief My
good. ted Confederate! Veterans, Jackson appetite has returned and I do net experience
:m rills, l'a.-o! October? 15,' 1906. j t "Daring the past three' months we I e-- -"i S-4--,, ,,, difficulty in digesting anything I eat. AU pain and iL4 I'5 "

$10 to $20. v* **1. The major general command 1 I PFiEi1'S lave had but two suspcouscases II IT'S" C 4S _ 5,' se-C,5,, lag nervousness in strength hare and disappeared weight. and I desirw I am to rapidly thank gain you- -
e reported and both of these proved to -4's'
In? takes plea are in announcing j I -- I 2- for the good these remarkable remedies have done 4
i't -S '
tat! the sixteenth annual,encampment: :i be something! other h1.n. smallpox. + C-C" 5' for me." Signed:
)m of the Florid- 'D-vsicn: United Coa-t I I : j If the disease had appeared anywhere ItS 4 Cq; MR. HENRT JORDAN,

'federal Veterans,. wilt behold: at STEAM i in tie! state, even. an tooHtei ; 1t- :; r 4 136 Penn Ave., Scranton Pa.
I |} I should have _been: promptly
Gainesville-: Tuesday: and\ Wednesday BAKERY case we "5j '
Ig I tie lath and liti of November I : notified But th re is not been one $ 5, aS Nearly all diseases originate In the stomach. Coop-
I 1S06. :I case Jn: the entire state during the t er's New Discovery acts directly on the stomach and

STANDARD CLOTHING (0. -Besides: all CcnfeJera'e .Veterans,;I! < | I past three months and. laying this S \ digestive organs. It increases the gastric Juices,which
reg I i ; the Sons of Confederate! Veterans Phone S65. I pfrenoirenai sho-v: : aside! !it can be ? are an important factor in the proper digestion' of 4 '
: truthfully; said that tie enral: health: z -S
.. f WhO have the priiicle: ok the' ; --i. S food.Cooper's New
F 1 I conditIons! ia Florida were never bet- I Discovery and Cooper's Quick Relief
). ficor) and Daughters: cf the Confederacy : iANV .k V>M are the preparations with which 1. T. Cooper effected '' 4'
r ter. '- i
cordially: invited: at
are to '
' -- his remarkable cures in St. Louis, New Orleans
-- and
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-- Vaccintion.
5 Aid of 4
SOMETHING NEWT : teal: Our tests cf Stonewall Camp -
: t "Tiese ccndit'onsare! Jarzely: due : _I_ other large cities, and results have amply proven that I tf:
; No. 1438, U. JD V, ani l.g citizens .
.... fold! .lilted Beaatj Y Pias, 25 anj J 30s per plr! : 'A Gainesville! wiose:: pubhc: '"syrit! to the general Tacc'na"ion of the past 5 they can be used In the home with as much success I ,

lS GahlenbecSc, 211 S, faaV.: :: SL and tospi'a'ity are known, throatrh-: 'iC CARDUFPITCH I,: few (Tea-. F1o- da.s population: Is as his though physicians.administered personally by Mr. Cooper or '
I not but if the few
out the state are making every pre- yet immune next :
Cooper's New Discovery cost $1.00 per bottle; six ,
find3 generaKAnd hearty copperat'on j
>. arat on 'to insure the. success: and enjoyment i years MR. H.. JORDAN for $5.00. Cooper's Quick Relief costs SOc. You can '
COTTRELL, of the'occasion It Js ear- t on the JUt-of th people }
jet them ofIIcJtcEfJ4'
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. nlstlh d-thaf th '-deal.bd: a I with the health office: .in force as

Pensacola. Fla. lare! and enthusiastic! attendance.: PINE flOES[ TOM0IJAL has marked the present year, we will.

I II, delegate"H.;;: Each for camp every is twenty entitled members to one : ths soon visitors have a and population newcomers here that barrn will; : : :EJaaamae5T. : ,,

TURTON & BEL'L.. in good ,stan:.line,'and: :one addit'onal be very nearly Immune' I .
(! b&pplej. t-US1nJ* !),' Am H)I3. for a tract'oa 'of' ten memberS: Provided "Much is being accomplished Intws -
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taat every camp in good,.standing through the vaccmation! of the school j ; 'I
I ,
ch'ldren.: Dtery oneof' them must I pF
i is entried! to, at least. t\Vo"dee: -- ---- ;s ,

R. K. WHITE gates.- The commanders -cf camps:; !rbe; vaccinated the: number and th protected S: naturally against,- iacr3ases I F dldbe work J.n'this city and :.............t...... ....... ......... .............. I iui: :

Hitchmtker.. Manufacturing t leader. ; aI: $ 'e'plltl.n.30 have power to>> appoint,dslegates. when tat South Jaconyllle.Apd lookedat <-j .
( S. Paialos Street. Peui:3li. Fla. the'r' camps fall to elect the same If'; --' _' [tie disease and lessens, in direct :from the ,mosquito standpoint, I i' n
AS soon delegates are se'ected, the The Xfegama;: fcirries : proportion, the danger our small-ppx hpsplta,s and, deten- WILL ?
adjutant cf : will once report will be SAVE *
camps at I storm :(:sesn aere.[ I
ToldW. their names and, those.,of altercates One of First Shipments Is lion no camps longer. have any been-closed need of them., as th're The: "The yellow-fever carry:ng mosquito f ;" r.
to the adjutant general ,at these and tae malaria-carrying mosquito _
continued careful work on ,the, part "
least to
headquarters. S do net breed; at not
to Place of health officers and'ths o eratfoIi BY : -
F. Moss of Manaana, was "III. All camps whiCh:'raav' be in of the people generally, will keep any extent, during the winter: months. : TO ft-I 'l

l among thEy business visitors in the arrears are, \'rted tq Xf"nptl1emit and Danger from :this! source is, therefore,
city yesterday. their dues, offive cents per capita, conditions' > as they arft at: present practically at a min'mum,.even If the I : J '
to the adjutant general-'that their While Pensacola pilch pine has in the tours> of a feW'rears small-pox inflowing water, has formed some I WATSON PARKER & REESE CO.TO ;
During the absence of Lieut J. L will be almost forgotten by the peo ,
Bryan in Washington. the revenue delegates: may te entitled to' participate heretofore been_ shipped; : ,.to ports of generally. 4' small pool which will not be drainedoff ; t I

cutter Penrose will be in commanJ: ; la the 'convention nearly every country In the world, "Even now I am airily convinced :: at once. : 1 ( _
j "IV. All' of the division "As for the other mosquitoes. the
of Capt. A. G. Moreno, the efficient members one of,. If not, the first cargo to be that we lead the other states .in this:: i '
staff are requested to attend, and If ailtoarsh; breeders, they generallycome : "!i
of that BUY YOUR
pilot vessel.
shipped to Montreal, Canada, will small-pox matter"Unaffected. ,. I 'i
possible to appear in un;form. ,, ;4 in crops anyw'ay, and. a!( they : ,
Mrs. Bryan, wife of Lieut! J. I.i *V. All comm.Ctess; :! and brigade leave here on the British steamer by Storms. do not carry diseaseanother crop of

Bryan, of the cutter Penroae,, last commanders are requested to make D ga na. This, vessel was cleared Dr. Byrd was 'asked aPensacola if the two and recent fieia w 11 net affect health condition-: I DRY GOODS. CLOTHING SHOES. HATS I''
night received the painful Intelligencethat their reports to the encampni nt. from the custom house Wednesday for storms the one So that,: altosethe- I .do rot belIeve! .
her step-father is seriously ill in i "'VI; Transportation companies! that port. .- tha,other at Miami! would affect con- the health of the state either: locally .1
Washington and summoning hr an-t hare 'made the low rate of one cent Her cargo consists of 1,643,011 superficial dtions: and to this Question he gave or: generally, will be in the least affected -

'!!1 Lieut Bryan to his bedside;: They,left "a 'r/le,. plus' twenty-five cents for feet of lumber, which: has 'a an* emphatfc-'negatf'\l "" I. UNDERWEAR AND FURNISHINGS I
last night at 11.05 o'clock torL the round: trp for attendance ''to the large valuation., Thesteamer' Is :a It has been but-Cfew years, he "Even had the ,stcrm; been of sucha i : t ; "

city. I I encampment.: big vessel and,even. with this amount said allowed. "since in the street summer licrfvations! : 'months.,'were Un- character' -as to overtureand breakup : ,;i ,_-_-
Capt. H. P. Chipman\as received! : 11. The press of the state of lumber on board her cargo bos not sewerage svstemj. the harm would -
an invitation to attend the house: i bose good offices in the past are been completed, but she goes to Fer- der the old theory it was held danger-the have been slieM. as far as health is i I TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. i ; Jfl'
out to disturb surface conditions,
warming of the Goodrich Hotel, a new! gratefully appreciated are requested nandina where she is to take .911 tendedto concerned unless the sources of the ; '
belef: this
eighteen' hotel to give publicity to these orders and more lumber for the Canadian port. general being that drinking ,water bad become contami- "
the sound near the Brooks just completed place. The up the approaching encampment in the produce an epidemic or' visitation' nated. But, as it :Is, there: is no rea- I THEY ARE OFFERING SOMESPECIAL i 'rl< j"1I' "! _
PiLES of malaria and other fevers.
14 DAYS.
why adverse health conditions
r-on ;
openIng will be celebrated with an I inducement of a large attendance. "
fashioned PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to "With.. the coming of the mosquito should arise because of tae storms BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. _
country dance and super -> By'corrm.and of"FRANCIS of Blind, _
cure any case Itching Bleedingor theory ,however, all this ended; andparticularly New Workmen ;
Coming. '
and Captain Chipman and some; P. FLEMING Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days, or t after thaf'theory was socompletely t
friends are contemplating making tue "Major General Commanding. money refunded. 50c.H "There 1 Is one phase of this quesklon -
demonstrated owwe however." continued Dr.- Byrd,

trip Rev. Thos. "Official""ROUT-: : AGIUU, AI'man.has mored tin, coppean1 to 109 .Cast shret C Ironworker know that yellow'fever steecmyla fas. "which may bring one or two cases A Few of Those $18, $20, $25 Suits.Left at . $13.75 : : i ig ; iri_ _
M. Callaway of the of small into Florida direct .
Adjutant 'General Chief of meat in pox as
and street the house -
pulpit First Baptist at Olive church Sunday will occupy morning the, Staff." opera building mosquito.'surfaceconditIons That means that will disturbing not- result"The of loss the of storm.,workmen_ may causea : Men's Fine $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes,at . -. $ 2.59 I ; "'4

here the Escambia Baptist Associa' UNITED LABOR ,LEAGUE.An RADIUM CLINICA' POSSIBILITY: i affect these matters and th.-$ ,Wad of, general influx of laborers from the i : -: ,r J I Ii _

tion Is in session, his text bein?:'' adjourned meeting of *'l i6 United work goes on In the summer as well,: north. to take the places of the men Come Early.and Get the Pick. "' .
"Either for' or Against" Jlr. Calla- Labor League, will] be hel" to-night.' Austrian Acb3r!tie. Collect the Miner as in the winter, example is the who' were drowned. In almost all of :

"'!II tray will return to the city in the afternoon I All delegates are earnestly requestedto kl for ,IKC ,In Hospitals., work now going; on_on Main street, the northern states. and especiallyin i i i. .0 ;

.. and conduct the regular r- to be present Business of import There seesyi to-Le a clianQCf, of a'1 I and also the recent' filling in: of those portions of ,them from which .

. vices: at the First Baptist church ance. j t:1dIam clinic or T>?ci3l hartal far.the 'Dlx. lalld' park. these laborers are recruIted. there is

. Sunday night 'I JAS,M. :JoHNsoN, I use of radium! bcirs opened before( longIn 1 "W 'at lti 'tree in, regard to, these: mere or:less small-pox and it is with- WATSON PARKER & REESE Co :
'IDerotio.t3lit true !'n regard to stomUevaitations. I
P. McLELLAN. President. ( in of possibility that some
: the ,
. Highest! In quality but in the reach I An 4tm. accorlf JT t) a special cable _
. and nothingaffecting
Secretary. isloated cases might Into Florida -
ef everyone-""Blue Ribbon Lemon and : di ;p4tcli from n :tl t5 tt? Thcagscews. conditions will result creep
i I general .health ,
'Vanilla twice as > For rnont'i-! tie! JD2"hiasth: l -
Absolutely pure go <<; I "EveryhIngtoWear. ----j.
"But this would mean little and :
far as the "Blue Rbbon: Flavor" Is Doubles. or Quits. I I mines have bea 'iJini! : nraninm ore therefrom.No Mosquito' Danger. need excite no alarm whatever. Our ., ,

perfection._ _ _ Monocles: are to 'be tabooed ui Lon I to a firm of I ligst: woat: -leana. "Any tear'ng up of'tae surface of system Ig such a careful one that, in ............................. .. .. ... .. . .. ... f

A CORRECTION. S don. To v-ear! glasses! and look Intellectual amounting to 23CIX() ptmnihj. wiich! has the ground by the storms will not effect the first place only ode of two cases _d

l Is i if
On last Wednesday Th? Journalronta'ned isvilla Courier-Joaraal but It 'will no charge of Dr lie'tli't'i' The result facilities for caring for cases and preventing save money 1' : _

an ad. for the "Bazaa r." longer: be fashionable: to wear one glass has been tb :* Jt-jn' itcu; irf soixe $200.. a spread of.any disease what you get some oft these, very; :1! *f : _
. 11116 East Wright street. In which &..'1d look half witted. '! COD worth of pare radirra.. which will : 'OLD ACE ever, with the co-operation of those h rfiif lr special bargains. '

It was the purpose of that firm to offer I be given \"aiO3: lios-pitah :and sdentiCc i 'bringing the cases here are such : 1'; <
, a'ji! I l that we need apprehend no disas- White metal knives and 1'
as a leader a great bar .in A NewL"Evcp Version. labor tori-3.. >

fancy oil cloth which was offered at the monks of St. Bernard havesuccumbed The Pliyk-nl In :titb'f of \Vienna In trous results ,even should !a few.small forks, or malaca plate over J. _
the extremely low of- I! 1-2-c progress'cf pox Infected workmen come Into the
price .1 to the : mechanical view of this eirvninent. DEPENDS NOT UPON YEARS, BUT '
tout through a typographical error. j I sconce and hare thoughtfully: arrangeda : : prooes to ,state." steel, will outlast'silver. Fer 1 < :
set tp'a tabo! :ato-y at the JoicImsthiI: !sse
the price was made to read 25c. The j motor car service from the 'valley ,to UPON 'VITAL FORCE., set 60c '
their hosplce.' i I I mines for manufacture of radium: f
*:i 1 la again inserted in to-dav's paper| THE.ELOQUENT! NUDGE. -
and those who need oil cloth cheap j jvlll I The shaOcs'of eight were fclllns fast salts Fror4this! l rittt s.jrpng:>> tLa Idea At the, recent convention of Physi Tea Spoons, per set. .lOc ;
do well to look up this ad. t! As through an:Aipine vflae passed thqt.:: tJeraJio 'actIve i srafrtasrs.' ",,1116nborind cans there was 'a good _deal, of dis- AB Incident 'ftI1'!ltraU." a Trait IWoman's Table
__ ___r.L I A blaze of Lght. a nois a scoll.I .' : la t* v'r**. nlijt; : be med fpr crss'on: la regard to 'old age and the Jfatare.' ____ Spoons, per set. .20c
Napoleon Bonapart. ,- I Men saidThat. Brother Gabriel i drinkIng liro-i' usefulness of persons over sixty years Specials in fancy Oil Cloth _
*:N* his,motor car.** j' : 1 SitjIa 'ofth wa- ""Do see the woman walking In- -
!:showed at the battle of Aust rUt%, be ", 1, oil. Some: at fifty years call themstivOsold you ,
i tcr aw inMoli'cn.sysis; : In. Yleaua of there asked the man with for the balance' of this month _
was: the greatest Leader In the .world.i" ""Oh stay*** the tourist raaid<,n cried.Td ;.:::<.1 If the' ..If and; really appear so,while us ,
res: tuir )
Ballard'a ride., ; teapcta-: o'her at seventy years .seem active, the fashionable tie to the friend who We have
Snow Liniment has shown; love to have yaa let me t-ons! :: a bith: t'-*""i-b1lelt l.rorablvwHl ," only. a large line t,
the public It is the best Liniment 'In I J Pops chauffeur,_ way: back home. *s a : vigorous and70 n?: was strolling up Broadway with.him.
the world. A tiuick cure for Rheumstm. :' : I, Hie", -- II be imaoC: 7 called Inta: exIst! It 'was the opinion! 'that 't' was not "Do you notice anything particularly of patterns to select from, ; ________

Sprains, Burns Cuts. etc. A. C.:I But what I want *s a holy.**friar: earc. The qu-fo3" \ i est'tcg! 'wUrcJ'u ", years; but 'th "- loss of'vital forca .that I striking about her? Nothing except -' and if you come early you '4 ;1 _______
.N. a motocar. fPrld: inot--at I 1:1 l'c.lT old.:, Weakened flltfiia '
I:! and makes :
Pitts, Rodess La., says: "I used Bal-' < -person that she Is very well dressed? That'swhat '
lards Snow Liniment in my family I t "Drive not so fast,** the-old man said; antog.fh-Oi1:.' !! : ::!j1 jj j-.-- sest1on! ,.blood 'and.. poor, circu'atton I would say. Now, HI bet you I -"' ._ can promise yourself a treat. j ,
and on ahsad"! -S : ._----- '" soon start functional powers ,.: r. 'J-4.1L <- Our Low Price t i.t:
find it unexcelled for sore chest. Ttere.'s a poijce trap |I :- half a dollar that when she passes the Special 124' _f
headache corns, in fact Tt: friar dasli-d on. out o' sight; i t : _*-:.HcrHy.hw '. and vitality on the wane, and than
anything thatcan J ahead of her
be reached by a liniment" Back came the scent. trol.'.'Up the heIght -O.ie-L. : .: : ... : :-.k,L.1It1neg" I Is the symptoms ot old age quickly' appear three womenalkIn'g each just other simul- THE BAZAAR-" 114-116 E. Wright St.
*F a motor car.: sol''a\ : : t.-ts: t .tnlni ; as the system then has not the all three will" nudge ,. 1. _____

WILL FLOAT and higher o\t't.Ij'i :..Lv .** poer :to replace waste fast enough. taneously. .
THE Onward he flew ever ** behind .
the .firm of W. H. The''Woman was walking
A member of "
BARK CAMPBELL Until Or things an Ice began chip to tore b'his:aS! tire or bend. Te .tLe!bat It's ,"iip other" half: thatcauses White & Co. ,says: "Taat old feel faster than the three In front and she WASH .need! liave no terrors for you }
And Brother Gabriel bad to mend "TVnafH tlatrGettln : ing may be warded. off and overcome, .soon passed them.' The three women DAY if, you send your, washing to :,

reparations are being made tofloat His motor car." and we wish every person In.Pensacola looked her over from foot to head, then .' _
the Norwegian bark ; oilier people to. mind. ClerJl.! who feels old,:'whether they )are nudged each other with their elbows as The New Method Laundry !:

7JTh.was sold( at public camPben'l I His crawled brow was and Ktf.mattered The car.'tween beneathHe his teeth Home :\otes. S so In years-or not* would try our cod if possessed with the same thought. PHONE 1188 C. W. LAWRENCE. Pr.... I.. ..0w< lunin Bl"|. IOM4U1' ,I: _

days since for $50. Words that a trial should never know; liver preparation, VInoL -We know "How did yen know It?" Inquired the AGENTS WANTED.; 1, '. ________

"Funk during the hurricane east He (for example) murmured.."Blow Xo Kick CODllo that It has vital properties which repairs friend as the other pocketed the half '_ ,_ ,.1:. _
** checks the natural _
rraona t'ssues, r
wharf and workmen haveaaed n> motor ear! Mrs. Jones-Do you appreciate what worn -

J*>*f'f'n 3 'ler* )() for.repairs some time This In work mak- Next morn he by the faithful hound that is ,you are eating? Tramp (with with decline strength.and It replacesweakness it! an Ideal bodybuflder dollar.'-1 didn't know'It, ," was the- reply. "IfI

rary Half burl .J in the snow was found his mouth full)-Jfo'mJ Irs. Jones- ] 'f'fVe ,
fas now Progressed to such an extent Still grasping In his hand of fee for old folks. had It would bare' been taking an unfair Builders Hardware and Paint '
Well that '
that It will be only a few days befo-3 A spanner,'gripping like a visa. Is angel cake with wine This Is because VInol Js a :genuine advantage of yon to bet. But I -
the pumps can be started and, the Ills motor car.: Jelly and whipped cream. Tramp Ob, cod liver medicine,"containing all the was reasonably certain of It There Is
essel; floated well anything tastes good when a fel medicinal, curatives and strength a certain Indescribable something In \ desire! the especial) attention of contractors to : k _
The ressel is owned by Dr. Levy Tenderly back his brothers bore' ler's hungry mum!New York Press., making elements of cod liver oil ttk women's andcarriage t
some manner appearance our superior line of ,hardware and pamts.Ve buy: :f
thawed to "mot
And him. nevermore
but fresh cod livers ,with )
from 1
it i
is understood; that he has ralted en direct that all other women to _______
And from the mountain's Icy crownA causes 4
'added. We win Teturs stock in such that _
tonic iron our large quantities our prices j
an offer for her from a party How
team of
*to ] If U does ot.doexactIywhatwe :
targe desires to convert her into a The motor. .Westminster cv! Gazette Fair Passenger -They say you can't your. money claim for it4*- ;JVl H., White couldn't tell you just what it Is, but rm mean money, in your.pocket t -

}, fool a street car conductor with a : &fc Co. Druggists. ready .to,pnt up wager on It every
------=- plugged nickel, but I worked on6 oron ,'. Note.-While we are sole agents time.. The nudge is simply a part of '

'him'a few minutes ago. The Other'.1' for Vinol. in Pensacola. It Is-.now for women's sign language which means Saund rs Mill Company 1 .

Waysp tgpb 'N Passenger know It, madam., .'He sale at the leading drug store In something .that cannot be put into \

4. --.1 CIT* it t* eicbangejstnow..I- nearly every town., and< city '
I t"ot- "'Ltbao.a.r. ....(l; : ctfo: Ttfbane.. 4 ;' J'f i n,'your)'. toe"Look'fortaeVInol' iV- agency: .. '00t .. 'understands."-New York Press. ------i-j.r--I' _' ___,_L. 4 J' '.' '
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: 'if, jNeiOrleans_.- -- e : ,,FROM : S Jacksonville":-'Times-Union. : [fTA41USEMEiyTS'r

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DAILYi WEEKLY.. ? SUNDAY. "*HHHHH H"Ht. I Which 'he:Fafthr- -

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY The New York Press is stalwart !. Jacksonville ', Tampa Pensacola and< Secretary Cortelyou hu made a .. ... ...... ... .. ... ...'... ... ... ..... .; .. ... .. .. .. :.. .. .. .. .. ...... ...... ... ... .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. _
a .. ... ..
Republican: newspaper, and one that ''I.Key West are the acknowledged rapid rise from stenographer to '.. .'!: .-....... ... .n...... tii.J

...BY... believes the end justifies the means largest cities In Florida, but there is secretary of the treasury. He must
la the I a dispute between Lake City, and : be a man of ability or nit earlier
mattered securing party success I
THE ,JOURNAL qOMJ:' ,NY. in elections but it regards the : Live,Oak ,as 'to fifth place- Popula- [progress- would not. have been aa
movement to dragoon the state with i ton! alone considered all these places i rapid. He had become the presi 1 1I

'President Roosevelt's cabinet officers I are larger than Starke but we have II dent's private secretary before his
q FRANK U MAYES, President and General 'Managerth8E with much apprehension, for it fears outclassed several of them in one par politics were generally known--in

that the results will prove disastrous titular: Our municipality had ;the II fact before he had ever decided him- % ; x

THE ASSOCIATED PJtCSS. rather than beneficial to the canvass nerve to install its own public utilities self to which party he belonged. .:::
without waiting on private capita When be was made secretary of com-
now being made hence It makes bold
to.speak out In meeting in this fashIon ], and owns its lighting and water I merce, and labor and later became
} SUBUCRIPTION RATES,, : .. plants.-Starke-,Telegraph. I chairman of the Republican executive '. ': Ijl

3 'D.e'Year .. .. ...M.....|5 00 One Month .. .. .... '.. .. 46 "What's the sense of logging Booted : committee he found it necessary to h I II
Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 SO ,One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 \ Cannons and Cortelyous and A GenerousAction. state; that he was a Republican. So ,.s& '
Three Hontte.: '.. ..' .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..U CO Shaws and oth err Into this state campaign For the benefit of the storm sufferers we seehis elevation to the cabinet- I 1
?. In this situation they are of the members of the ,Bricklay was not a reward for party service., M '
-, .. no use. The people won't listen,' to ers,* asoas' rand Plasterers Union ,But afterwards he renaered a service MC '4:

{ The Only "' ...(;0" Newspaper From ._Jell a BefoflbaTClrcmtatlom what they have to say for,they won't have generously agreed not to charge : that paid for, the honors he had Vie; .c

di Statement Can B. Secured talk about the things the voters want for any overtime put in in repairing received. He commanded the successful "
1 discussed the damage done to buildings by the side in the greatest political victory .c
,and the things they are I
to vote on. storm. Usually double pay is chargedfor ever won In the' United States, '4
"The Issue tU overtime and: this liberal actionon and was, moved up a peg higher to ''''
In this state for the
PktM {EQMtltl ..... WBktlMM I I" Paper en Sale en Trains i million and three-quarters of voting the part of the workers is sure'to the postmaster gen a1slIp. Now he .c
OflM flOG I be News. | takes a position ,that has heretofore
and at all News Stands. citizens is what will Hearst do or appreciatedc-Mlami
I l ,
I been considered inferior in rank only
what :will Hughes do if he Is elected II'j
Uncle Joe and.the Clr UL I to that 6f secretary of state and that
governor, and what will he with
: r' "Offices.-Journal Building-Corner lntend.nola and DeLnna Sts. affairs pertaining strictly ,to do New The circus Is In town I Ah, 'what is Inferior to none In Importance.
York. Nothing else memories come trooping up from*t Unquestionably Mr. Cortelyou rep-

"There has been counts.too much of away back yonder at the call of the resents corrupt politics, but it ia,only J
a magic words! But we will not de- the corruption by which the presidentwas :
: -firs I.
r PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26, 1906. conventional campaign by-the Repub x
tain columnor elected. If since the Insurance ? '
you dear reader with a \ n
r licans already. This isnt conventional '
so ot tender vealy reminiscent officials were scourged by public opin- b ,.
can&aign. We'd
better look
lined gush,and slush on this venerable and ion for giving to a party campaign
; The Tragedyof by John Craft of Mobile sharp or we may not have a conventional -
'well-bewhlskered theme, for you've fund the money that belonged to the
is the most feasible and by far the election. *t "" -- c:
the 'Lutin.Althouch' cheapest one set forth in the conven This.frankness may not be.relished heard It all before.' But before resuming stockholders of the 'companies they

tion. The Labor Advocate has advo-. -atthe White Hbuse In Washington, the discussion of the drainage represented the promotion of the x x .Ap
great progress has been: issue, the race problem the man to whom this money was
catedworking the convict on the but It is reasonable to that
.'a made In the science: of submarine public roads for many /ears for several the Press hat a much better assume understanding alarming encroachments of the town paid," .to say the least of it, i I

navigation during recent years the reasons. First of all. it would take of the situation In the state I cow upon the reserved rights of the seems inappropriate, but he was : -

tragedy of the French submarine him out of competition with free labor of New York and the requirements citizen and other bills on the calendar protected by the man In whose inter- t k use tY .
k; and would ,'it Is not of to that est it was paid. <
every one be benefited o the Republican out place say / Y !? .
L rtin which sunk in the Mediterranean campaign there ;
Justice to President Roosevelt ..,
yx therefrom. As It the time the that and
is at the present than the President and his advsers only we regret age x a r- ::
with sixteen men on board all time he is hired out to coal operators, at the national capitoL has sneaked upon us and robbed us Secretary Cortelyou demands the ad- t
of whom perished on account: of inability at so much per head to dig 'coal, sent out from New. York have led reports the of golden youth is on a _day like this mission that nothing was done: during

t to get the boat to the. surfacein thereby filling the places of free men country to believe that all the Republican when all the kids in town are in a tbe campaign of which the latter was
who are skilled miners, thus lowering tumult of joy and childish hearts are in charge that had not been done before 7
time to demonstrated
save them managers have to do there
the scale of wages of those Tree men is to gather in thumping audibly, and childish eyes time and again by the Republican -
the fact that the science of who the conservative Democrats party. If it is right to do
are employed. Road building, is who are bright as diamonds, and child'shm'nds wrong
navigation beneath the surface of far less dangerous for unskilled men are bolting ,by the thousands are reveling and rioting in, because wrongdoing ,end Been for ,
add them to all the
x the ocean Is still in its Infancy.: In to follow and were the convicts voters who Republican such delicious 'fancies and dreams years the uninterrupted practice Secretary h#r_. 9Qa a' .
are being held in line by Cortelyou must 'Y.f.Y4 G 'e6... ixw '
t connection with the disaster, the Savannah worked on the roads the death rate conventional: campaign methods and and glorious anticipations as no be excused. + [
would be materially lowered. In every with money can buY' and no art of man But if President Roosevelt is a leader -
News comments submarine perfect ease. The Press with
upon state and county where this system brutal frankness can stimulate. But, after all. us kids of the reform movement or evena
vessels as ,follows::, : has been adopted it has proven a stories by explodes: these rosy of a day that 'Is dead perhaps got faithful follower of it, he should ...

All hoPe that any of the crew of good one. It reduces the cost far below the problem earnestly of the: campaign protesting is that not more joy out of the circus than our have found some man for the positionof The. Jolly :!Haxzars-"Sar[ ant Kitty" Act 2 Te>Nlght.
secretary of the treasury who had(
the Latin will be found alive when that of any other system. to win the conservative successors, for we were not so criti- 1
-' u she is raised has been abandoned.The Again It is more humane as oft- but Democrats cal nor worldly wise as the .young not received money that the conscience -
must have suffocated times men who are convicted of crime to get back the radical Republicans of : of the country ir not the laws "Sargeant than
men long who have bolted to' Hearst andit sters the present and ours was Kitty" To-night. when he evolved the many toms:
the land
since notwithstanding they were supplied and sentenced to serve a term have adds: "Dent the the precious. 'priceless privilege to branded as stolen. ,Miss Helen Byron win appear at calities In this entertaining work lathe
y with tanks of oxygen againstthe been accustomed to outside work all know that if the radIcal'party Republicansare managers run away from school' and troop The other appointments are not so the opera house tonight with a splendid cast: supporting Countess Olsa ion

contingency of an enforced stay their lives, and it is natural to sup- not recalled from their wanderings down the old red country road some significant as that o: Mr. Cortelyou. company In "Sargeant Kitty." Hatjfaldt: this season in Ta Litle:

under water for' a' considerable time pose that it would impair,their healthto those losses will outnumber tie- fnnr or five miles away and proudlye Secretary and Shaw the at least American was not popular Seats are Belling rapidly and It Is expected Duchess," there are no less than ser

longer than the period calculated op place them in ,the mines where gains of conservative Democratsfive' -* rt the elephant into town, with not ,regret his average retirement The will that there will be a large enludicrous comedy characters a3

on. The craft will be raised the sunshine and natural atmospherenever to one." tae long line of waeons: > and cages tices of changing men from prac- crowd at the opera' house to-night, 'played by clever comedians the sane:

dead officers and men dragged. out, strike them. Now that we havea Therefore the straggling behind. The shows are duties they have learned positionswhose to especially as' comic operas are pop cast. Intact, as seen here last season:
' and the boat put into commission State Good Roads Association let alarmed Press evidently bigger now and they may be better. others whose duties will ular In Pensacola and this one is avery surrounded by a pnze beauty chorea
by the situation. they have to
gain for other experiments.: Somebody the people as a whole bestir themselves earnestly but even as the apples and peachesof learn is ecellentone.. making an ensemble of fifty: pec.:e
advises Chairman one that speaking In
must'' die in testing engines of and see to it that the suggestions Woodruff to "shoo"away our youth bad a flavor we don't a general This
is company form an st:rac
not to be
4 ';war. In order that the glorious profession of Mr. Craft are carried out. the Roots Tarts, Cannons and find In the fruit'of to-day. BO did the The Little Duchess" tire mus'cal offering here Satan;
of killing human beings, may Bring the matter to the attention of Shaws, and wake up to the fact that old time one ring'cfrcus have an. ineffable FAIR: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The newspapers'and public of New afternoon and nlshtMoing
lire and be ,brought to the greatest your legislators so that they mar pre they will make no more 'votes for chum we 'sadly miss In thegreat York City conceded the _Casino production (- -
possible efficiency. pare themselves to speak and vote Hughes than will Pat MoCarren and railroad'( shows of the present of Tbe Little Duchess" to .Shepard's Pictures.On .

Submarine torpedo boats have now the will of the people at the next other alleged opponents of Hearst But "the tender grace of a day.,that PIu Laid titloB For an International E:. be the most lavish mus'cal comedy Monday October 29, Archie L

been a part of naval equipments for session of the General Assembly. whom they are depending on to secure is dead" is missing from other thingsas p There In 1913. presentat.'on'of its day.. It 'was the Shepard will present an excel' nt

ten or a dozes: years. They have the support of conservative" well as.the',circus, and the fault Rufus P.. Jennings, chairman of the first of Broadway successes to utilize program of high class Moving Fe
gone through one great war during Mobile and New Orleans' are en ticket.Democrats for the republican state Is doubtless ia;us. not in the things. executive committee of the California:
gaged In a row the -Uve Oak Democrat promotion committee, who is in New
which over of
sea fighting played as question
The candid talk of the. Press Is illuminating -,-" York aiding In the establishment of
a part as land fighting. Doubt which port shall be an
selected for the when the, fact is considered For Roads.
teste Better. eastern branch of that: body, said recently -
less submarines practically -
: were
presentation of the silver service to that the New York World, The movement Is on In earnest for
dby both Japan and'Russia, but If the battleship' Tennessee. As it is! Times, Sun and Herald have been better roads tPmnst be carried to ,- according to the New York ; ',..
they did anything to vindicate Times, that San Francisco Is to 0
ever going
hardly probable that,the-navy: department asserting, evidently with an eye 'to a finish for It.mean much to this
t their existence that fact has never the effect it would the ; have an, international .,exposition in
been I given to the public. There will risk this fine battleship' by have on vote country. xmeani the development 1913. I .1.1i
it of the city, that at least 200,000 Democrats of thousands acres of land and h
allowing to
.proceed the treacherous
be number ot vague up
to sure, a ,
were The
had exposition which will
bolted the Hearst:ticket and more business for our merchants and be called
rumors about the terrible little' under- Mississippi, and as the ship would vote for Hughes sad assist i* greater thing fpr all of us. Comeon the Pacific Ocean exposition: will be In .. y

'water monsters having sunk the could not possibly get within 30 miles electing him by an immense majority. let us pull together aind accom- celebration: of the discovery of the Pacific 1Th

Petropavlovsk and but one or two other of Mobile why not settle the matter When a Republican paper of the plish this thing successfully.' by Balboa.," said Mr. Jennings."It '
great battleships, never appeared by making the presentation standing of the. New. York Press as Pierce' News. *
any official or authentic reportto at Pensa- I ... will also celebrate the opening.of |
that effect. cola where the Tennessee could a party organ frankly admits that I the Panama canal which we expect I
the bolting on Is New MexIco' Demands Quality
going largely
must Steam up to one of the wharves and among will b* ready by that &n Congresswill
Still the Powers think they the. Republicans. It' is, evident that : Florida is now- shipping oranges' to
have the submarines and each Is trying take' the" 'committee on board! somebody is guilty of wild miscalcu- ;New Mexico In "carload lots. The be asked to appropriate $5,000,000

7 to produce the most advanced lation of, the popular drift, the direc- I California orange groves are much on condition that an equal sums rais :
type. France has the greatest number The Chicago Dally News says: "The tion of which must be determined by nearer, but the, New Mexico people ed In California f. 9 k

of such craft, and hers are probably man who marries for money seldom the count of the votes.CULINARY want quality in; their fruit and the Tbe Idea'of an exposition was first I

j the ,leaders in all the navies. gets round-shouldered from carrying California oranges can't stand coma suggested by R. B. Hate a dry goods 4 s h..J '' .i.y f

:, But that has even been at"best',pitifully they shown are unreliable in-what he gets." Someone should send CONCEITS. Oak parison Democrat with those.. "from Florida.-Live. manufacturer of San Francisco, in a : Y. < :1

speech before the member of the California s
the case of the Lutin. That boat had that paragraph<< 'Jo the Duke of Marlborough -,
It; every known appliance for safety and and Count Bout Castellane Beef or mutton'reheated in a double THE DOUBLE CHIN. promotion commit|ie at a dinner

foe emergencies: yet she plunged totbe for their thoughtful consideration. boiler is a vast improvement. over. 'the Ia June, 1904. Since that time we have I
IT-" death of her entire crew In a ordinary stew Sorrect, Treatment For the Lower been quietly at work gathering statistics

C calm sea and under circumstances We.are'pleased to note that the Bread which'tube kept long shouldbe Part of the Faee. on fairs and expositions that have The: Kitty Girls, With "Sargeant Kitty" at the Opera House To-<,,s":; .
that should tare made her perform. beautiful of been held In the past Our idea is to 4 .
Chattanooga Is still kneaded longer than that :which is There Is scarcely any one who retains -
; merely a successful exhibition. profit by the errors and successes of
ence on the map notwithstanding ths pre meant only for tomorrow's. the contour of the lower of the
-'g Most likely the fault was not inherent part I these expositions. ((costly gowns, and for this purpose, a tures that for excellence of r!,te".aJ
?; in the boat but that some one ofF diction 'of a Mobile prophetess .lt.1t If custard Is cooked too long and face after the age of thirty. Either the In the rehabilitation of San Francisco [dozen of the moot"gorgeous dresses and choice of selection has net beta

the crew did a wrong thing or failedto was to be, destroyed by the eruptionof curdles, take a bowlful, it at a time underjaw becomes thin or the dreaded we are keeping this exposition in |1 I ever seen in musical comedy were imported equalled In the course such ec jrtala-:

do the right thing at the psychological Lookout Mountain at 7 a. m., yes- and beat with a patent egg beater until double chin arrives and both ooold be mind. It Is Influencing our judgmentIn 1 from Paris, ;designed and ments hertofore..
t. moment The personal equation terday. made by the most exclusive modistes
creamy. F .
prevented It a few precautions were certain matters concerning the rebuilding -- Comedy, of course, will) oa c?;. 'T
be considered and so long of that centre
:$ Is always to of fashion. These
If a little boiling water is added to
f as human nature Is subject to lapses it is said that the expense of ballooning taken against the tendency of nature to of the dty. Our chief concern proved a sensation when worn by the most-1n the program though <*an cgsbeen
there will be accidents to engines and expense the sweet milk used in, making biscuits tricks in the rehabilitation at this time is utility. famous "Sadie" and taken to install as great a rariety -
is. even 'greater than the play with this partThe girls. was the order
I It will be found that less shortening of fa
rabjecte is
as possible
At present we are planning to '
other machines. origin of the type that has since
ol maintaining an automobile. correct treatment for the lower : : :
Is necessary and the result just as make afi that all may be entertained and pleas'ed.
our streets wide. Van Ness been imitated ,
widely and
The submarine as we know' it today That ought to :make ballooning popu- good. part of the facels to rest the face In- ,on It is an entertainment that especially
it may be well enough to remember avenue,is wide and It stopped the fire. 1{the stage 'as ,show: girls. Other costumes -
-7 Is the development of the semi- lar with the leaders of the New York :Before frying them try dredging cold the palms of both hands, with the fin We are going to make the streets of that have since become cete- appeals to everybody Constant to whi'eaway

submarine torpedo boat invented by and Boston four hundred. potatoes with flour and yon will be gers resting on the temples. Tn> the new watchword
f.T; Confederate -engineers during the The pleased to discover that they will thumbs, will 'then ,be along the J.'I r then we are trying to devise some sys Icepon in tttfs memorable production that Includes subjects ot travel
'immunity Is _
bath" administered
: "I; civil war and first exploited In being brown much more rapidly and be greatly bone and the cheek: will rest are the Fencing Girls and the vaudeville

t. Charleston harbor. There have been so lavishly In, antitrust Improved In flavor as well. the full flat of the hand. In this position distressing unique bathing girl, identified with current.ocanedy events drama mirth,history mystery pageant

_.it marvelous improvements In the craft and rebate cases that the first thingwe If the fat In which foods are fried Is knead the face gently always I.r fire while water lay all Around it "The Little .Duchess"Aside I and,.every phase of, the commercial:

.rr.: since that distant day but the idea know there will be no one to punish overheated and allowed to ,burn they bearing in mind themml" processof I. "San Francisco's greatest need Is from the claim it makes to I and theatrical life will be a sure aa.
has merely feminine display and
w had been Its worked origin out.then and even If a verdict of guilty is will become positively unwholesome, the flesh OB' the face The same skilled labor. There are probably 30-; costumtc beauty The Little Duchess"is tidote for ennui.

1. reached. especially to people of delicate digestions treatment applies for the double chin 000 men engaged In the building trades first and foremost as a laughingshow. I

Work Convicts ont because of the chemical changewhich and the emaciated face As many people now'and as many more could find em The clever pen>of the prolific
"Mr. Hearst Is accused of wearing takes place In the fat will doubt this statement it.la best ployment. There Is a remarkable scarcity librettist Harry R Smith never wrote Hade Fkotocrmpkr.

t The Public Roads. collars made in Paris. The averaga explained that either condition has of, clerks,'bookkeepers and stenographers with a more subtle wit and humorA It It said that a photograph may be

::r The .Journal has always advocated candidate in New York wears collars For Marriageable VaMem been brought about by sluggish circulation I We are doing our best to get quit effectively developed by mean

K the use 'of convicts upon the public made In Wall street remarks the "Remember." says an experienced ,and this< results sometimes in I persona of, this character to come to DOUBTING THOMAS' of tobacco smoke. Nothing! Is teen oa

x roads 'of'the state and is pleased to Washington Post matron "that it Is not always an easy an insuffidsnt and sometimes in a superfluous : the dry." '- : the paper which is previously pre

task for a girl to know when i man Is deposit of fatty tissue. Therefore I Rlee a la Creole. pared, until It I Is heM in the smok
t note ,that a movement to this end is Puzzle: Deduct the value of the advertising Had His Falling Halt Stopped, and
in love with her. Love affects I out
different massage, which equalizes matters, When youngsters In when the picture gradually coats
come hungry at Dandruff Cured, Without Faith.
:a being made In several states of the Anna Held has received
men differently. It makes one repairs the wrong in both cases. It I noon'rice a'Ja creole will help still the 1-- In strong Mack and white. The preparation -

{ south. The Birmingham: Labor Advocate from the,value of tha'jewels allegedto ,genial nodler'iloomJ; ,one man pesters builds up wasted tissues and causes to pangs hunger Wash a cup of rice H. B. Fletcher. Batte; TJont, Oct. consists In the treatment of a

Is'a staunch supporter-' of the have been'stolen- and 'give the net' the woman he loves with his attentions be absorbed any unhealthy deposit. offat drain.it and put It over the fire In a 29, 1899, cays: "Like many other email'photograph on chloride of silver!

'iplan to work convicts upon the highways loss or ,atn. while another man':.Is' rendered' saucepan" containing a quart of boiling people I have been troubled for years paper which is dipped Into a soUttoa

and in its last Issue Hid the following Burton he shy and will hardly glance at,the ob- Of course a rood skin: food must be salted water. Cook fast and hard for with few dandruff; and within the last of. bichloride of mercury sou ta

to say upon the subject: of says principle.goes It's to always Jail as well am&ttQ' ject of hit devotion.. In short, the used throughout.:these exercises and five minutes,drain off the water and ly that month I was my compelled hair came to out have so what bad- bleach: It and make it disappear It tt

The matter of good roads is one in to stick whole problem is ont- which,demands aU creams that have animal or mineral ; put the rice Into the Inner vessel of I had left:clipped very close. A. friend necessary to prepare the photograph:
r which citizen is interested as closely' to principle, especially tact and patience A, girl should always without Tie bichloride of mercury
every encourage the growth of hair, so the double boiler with an even cupful recommended ,Newpto' H rplclde. I gold.
f good roads are essential to the when the move is dictated by a beware of supposing that everyman be confess the photograph partly:
most avoided. In baying cream It Of minced ripe tomatoes (peeled, of that J.doubted his story; but change
progress and prosperity of 'everystate. jury who is politely attentive to her I Herpteide Into of mercury, *b:"&
will be found the dearest of economies. coarse) and one large green sweet pepper gave a trial now my hair protochlorlde
Alabama very much behind Southern farmers are about to oA is 'smitten by her charms. Hundreds to buy the cheapest ; seeded and minced. Add a little Is as tack as;ever, and entirely free is also white, tod thus renders it invisible
many other states as regards mileage of find fascination in women's from
men a dandruff. '"Destroy the on the white but if It to
'' effects be- game a trust to fight the .ter. alt and a teaspoonful of sugar with a cause paper.
in hard roads 64 its are packing *
society without! being ia lov with any you remove the effect. Herpclde is exposed to ammoniac vapor of which!
ins more and more realized from year trust This Is apparently To remove those distressing whit tesspoonful of onion juice Lastly -
of & delightful
a case', particular woman.- Toe man who is hair dressing for regular consists, the image -
tobacco smoke
to year. The subject Is by no meansa fighting the devil with fire.' really In love will sooner or later ra- spots on your polished mahogany,,rub pour ilia capful of boiling water In use. 'For sale by ,W_A.:IXAlemberte, I will partly Our folks wbn
new one. 'as it_has been discussed gentry with a white flannel cloth moistened Which has been melted a heaping table- druggist and apothecary. 121 south appear. young
teal himself. _
orally and through the public press by The "lost Jewels" gag is old enoughto Vita.spirits of camphor or even poonfnl of butter Cover closely sod Painful street;,or tend lOc In stamps are interested In amateur photography

4a.some of the state's ablest men for be retired on' ?pension. -- -,- eau de cologne It the former Is .not bathe simmer for half an hour or until the for sample, .to; 'he, Herpcldeb.. .. De- should make the experimeBt-Cblci

several years but with little apparent Klteke..... :' house at the moment <** ties is,tender, but not broken. troit Mich, ,I Kiwi
effect so far as the general public.la: Exit Oyster Bay; enter Medicine The most soiled of kitchen towels win -

r '.concerned. Hat become sweat and whit. with this
At the convention held in this city
-I last Wednesday many able addresses' THE .JOURNAL'S TELEPHONES treatment Cover with cold water put

c'were delivered and many valuable Editorial Rooms.. .. .. ,. .. .. 38 .them at tbe back of tile stove add one

4 ,Ideas advanced as to the Importance, Business Office., .. .1500 tablespoonful of shaved csstila: soap .Plantation *
of good roads, the cheapest and best I To communicate: 'with TheJournal and the juice of half,a lemon Lit It Sarsaparilia.oniy.SO

; y methods of building them and the' during the '',day time use the business come to a boil gradually and repeat the

s best material for, substantial road office phone. No. 1500. To communicate process. Rinse first la tepid. and then
beds., The plan of working the con- with
-I ,tricts upon .the.public. roads as, out the editorial phone, No.)?38. Equal to SMX -
preparation ,m-the,.markav

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B Our Butter' is. J DeFUMIK. RISING ,ailments from \which most mothers

PEOPLE ... -urcan1eavoidedbytieuseof
IJ AND EVENTS -I ,11' 5 Special MM6ftlft -
Treat ,DeFuniak Springs.to The:JouiHa Oct...' .-ne:. ;; ; FrJttit This great remedy .

Funiak Springs is still waiting for is a God-send towomen, carrying j -

rain. We,hare had no rain' for twenty IRE'IST them through their most critical

BY AUREUE MAREAN BERNARD: We selh FoX: River:, : day*.'I,We,reckon.are making up'for,September ordeal with: safety and no pain b
i That
; dry month
fJ E; Telephone.38 After 3 P. M. Butter, whi }his always": usually, was this year the wettest No woinaii'whoes "Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering '

-IS I of even quality, never month since a in.record:.this of part rain of has the been country kept and danger incident'to birthj.for; it robs the ordeal of its horroi ? 1

II rancid, and;,always fresh here! 1>7' four Inches.'_ A good shower and insures safety to Hfe of mother and: child and leaves; her -?

I and sweet.- No better now ceived.would' be- very s gratefully- re- a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. The child is -

lf butter can be bought The new planing mill -began work also healthy, strong and : 4
; ,
The JourlJOI's.Da Fashion Feature ** yesterday. It ,is not but '
The editor of this depart- /y than S far completed rood natured. Our,book -'
Is' enough along so that the planer MOTHER'S
flMcrtherhoodu : :
ment has had a telephone installed :. ,;. '. Fox'River'Butter.Sol 1* singing to the Joy 'of the carpenters is worth

at her residence ,jfce \ who' hare been waiting _for its weight in gold to every ftIwoman

number of which Is 699. She:, M! nearly three months for dressed lumber and will be sent free in plain -:
: and to the joy of the men whose ,
can be reached at this number 'j' planing mill went up'in smoke nearly envelope by addressing application to FRIEND 4
at any time up to three o'clock Cahn & CO. )Uiree months ago. Things are lively
Bradfield Co'AU Ga.
in the afternoon and >after now about the Beach and Rogers ,- Regulator J1ta. -
hour through ...... The Punt Food: Store lumber milL'Tuesday -
that telephone ....,. ,
baby '
morning a new girl
Journal .Southwest Corner Palafox .id InteatfoacU
at The
88 office.
came to the, home of Mr. and Mrs.

""" ,f' Phones Jl 8' welL Oliver, Grandpa Mother D.and R babe Richardson"are doing had .J.. F.. .DAVIS,. JEWELER

,UNIQUE FAREWELL .TENDERED a"cleanly shaven" face this morning w''In

'MR. AND MRS. WHITING. I beamtnLwtth gladness* more than accustomed New Brent.Building 23 S. Pa la fox St 4 "jI

After their wedding Wednesday: BEAUTIFUL'COMPLEXIONS. Miss Nellie Brown is sick with sore I
tight the young friends of Mr. and throat and fever. The doctor thinks
Mrs. Franklin Moss Whiting""planned that she'will be better as soon as the Post Card AlbumsLargest '
a unique "send .off for ..the happy: ; cold can. be broken. -
bride and groom. Mrs. Ames is down with fever but ,.
Aa Mr. and ,Mrs. Whiting and their Return this with (0 can nest ataaxpa or th. doctor hope that the will not selection '
of the all
25 cent tamps with tbe and be designs at pric S. :i-
jarty: made ready to leave the homeof one names I sick so long'as her little eon was.
the bride to depart on the eleven 1 addressee to have a of lovely twenty natural ladles color and as learn long bow as I She Is & little,better this morning.Mr. Assortment containing many different designs. 4cce'
clock train which was to carry you live. This method la now being revealed :' Robinson has been in bed for
,them away ,on their happy wedding I for the first*time to the general eight weeks., :He is now improving:
journey. a prosesBion of about fifty public face powder There, or are other no cosmetics poisons bleaches In thla., slowly. : .- ,:Book.. Store, 4
young men formed on either side of Pimples, blackheads l and discoloration Philip Fellows the thrifty farmer
the street, in the center of whichwas \ disappear forever under this method. and 'dairyman, was married this ,New Brent BuHtHng. Phone 235. ?1
a full brass band.As Women and girls who wish to be beautiful morning at the home of Mr. Sprague
rI will be taught the simple laws of
the surprised bridal party ) beauty, and they will learn how the most to,Miss Nettle May Goyer, of WJLscon-
emerged from the house the band beautiful women of Paris guided and controlled sin. Miss Qoyer came in on the morning .'I"'I" I..." '"'''''''''''''''''''''''' 'j
struck up the plaintive air of "Would by Master Gypsy and Greek mnri train,' wag met by Mr. Fellows -
Too Care :If I Should Leave You," andits 5 appeared game of life upon and the carried scene everything played before the and escorted to the home of Mr. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, !

procession started for the _depot. them with their bright eyes and unrivalled Sprague where _the ceremony was ,CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSH 2 5
It vas a great procession. too and the J. L.complexions. performed, after which the newly wed ,
costumes: of the marchers was one $ Broadway New York. pair repaired to the farm for thelrIlonnmoon. STERLING SILVERWARE -
of t its most striking features. S. \ .' B. W. Baker pastor) of ,

Part of the gentlemen wore the full ( fever at I the Methodist Episcopal church per. ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS, 4
dress suits and silk hats In which Emmetsburg, Maryland toruSedthe ceremony. All DeFuniak
,they had attended the reception, where she 'has been attending school wishes good fortune to the ,Fellow's CUT GLASSWARE.i .
'while others were clothed in long 'k andMrs. lswith, fie- there. home., .
5 -
Japanese klmonaa All carried lighted "il.-'fk",," 4The Methodist Episcopal church la -
Japanese lanterns the soft light Mr. and MrsuC..W. Lamar hare the to have a new bell at once. The
from which made the procession look sympathy 6T every one In their great money'IB nearly all In sight-so nearly Engraving, and Fine Stationary...... f
like some pageant attending upon a grief over the 'loss of their oldest' that they feel assured and the -. -
Japanese queen. daughter. .,, bell will be ordered next week. There '
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The march was continued to the depot % \ I Is hope that it may ring out glad Mail Orders Receive Attention
bridal : ; ''Mr.. James Johnson leaves to-day Prompt
and when the couple ;, : welconje before t&e end of November. '
alighted from their carriage the boys A NEW THEATRE BONNET. : for ,Montgomery, vcfre lie goes to S Pastor'Thompson, of the Baptist I -
tin the klmonas marched around and : # ., -. cttend the. races. I church. will reside in Mr, Lason' new
around them swinging their lanterns i One of the new ""theatre bonnets' plumes] at: the:left,sld$ and a rather r,.,-'It... 'I I Ilittle' cottage., Mr., Lason Is erecting a new
'.and singing "So Long Mary. How We is here shown, these little head dresses I high full pink: aigrette. .Thes& theatre ,Mr. and Mrs. W., A. Monroe and" barn. fQt ,the accommodation of Dr. Em O. ZadekJe.wery CO %
Hale to See You Go" etc. being.one of the novelties of the sea bonnets have no crowns"and are usually daughter Kathleen have re: Thompson Una mare. MOBILE
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The groom said he was "afraid it son. The model was merely a velvet I merely a coronet of flowers with turned from atrip Nashville. I Several new buildings are In process '
|was a dream" and that he "might band covered with small pink moss I I an aigrette of velvet or malines bow S m. of erection and the carpenters are all ...-......... .. ..........,.I..I........... ...... i- -

{awaken to find himself only a triumphant roses and foliage, with, two small"pink J I l at the side for height The many friends of Mrs. T.: V.' busy',The-Bound of hammer and saw -a
Pensacola politician returning Kesslers.r, delighted to see her at are making the whole town gad with .. i. I
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1 home," while the pretty bride home again after three months visitwith the music of labor. The
only wno lived so close by that the sound managers
t laughed and did not say much'of anything Miss Hazel Miss Maggie and MIss of the music and dancing might have friends -cudrelatives.. in Washtngtoa are pushing _to completion the, arrangements .A..REiiEL.T: ; ; 'l
; Ada:Johnson, Miss Florence Roache proven fatal every one was glad of Philadelphia and otaer.-.polntsv for, the .fair which still
It was undoubtedly a great and Miss Ivy Smith, Miss Willie Smith the postponement- hope to enjoy ,ijrs.la Kessler: returns"" .' much. benefited 1* toll of promise. j
health ,
(\glorious send off. and Mr. and Mrs. 'Mlsa Mamie and Miss Annie Anderson the hospitality of the club at a later : e,* 1' ,*
indeed and Miss Amelia Johnson Mr. ,LMrs. :- ;
kWoltlng departed in "a blaze ; date. 1
:of glory. )[Chip Klumpker Mr. Gam Goley, Mr. .::t S : William;Belter'and Mrs. C. W. It will prove a revelation to ,you to inspect our
George and Mr) Leo Bonlfay. Mr. Moore arrived from. Mobile last evea '
At the regular Wednesday night mammoth of :
BEULAHoii display : ,
ing to attend ,the funeral of their f. I
MISS HAZEL JOHNSON'S Harry McDonald, and :Mr. Rosco euchre party given at the Progress .
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father latev-Prancia; Walsh.Just .
SURPRISE PARTY. Wyley. ."....:Jt. Club the first prize a beautiful Tiolstan'd I NEW STYLES FALL AND' WINTER

Miss Hazel Johnson the in cut, glass was won by Miss what you want-Blue Ribbonliemon ....... .
was re- '' lej is .VOl'nai.Beulah
I dpient of a very pleasant surprise in CROWD OF-YOUNG FOLKS Alice Levy. The "second prize was and Vaajlla.' Absolutely,pore Get,25.Beautiful' weather i
the shape-of a "surprise party".*few GIVE.A HAY RIDE..: ,,>_. cut for by Mrs. Dave Levy and Mrs. go twice a8J fcvj .ath: "Blue Ribbon again. ,and everybody is -haPPY or
nights About : Friedman, tee'-former winning. .tire Flavor" ,is perfection. Ask for the immense addition we have recently made en- -
ago. eight o'clock. a Last Tuesday night Mrs. lAnd chaperoned ought to be if--they; have a good ;
crowd of young people bentonipendthg : ; a ,Jolly party o( young peopleon prize, a cut .glass. nappy.. ,25c size. home, which Ii so easily gotten In ables us to carry an assortment such as Pensacola :
a pleasant. evening called"il.t. the &hay ride to Millview and Perdido this bonnie Banish Land. For and i.
{res1dence of Mr. and Mrs. James. hal.A large. Frankford wagen with Lleut. and Mrs. J. L Bryan left last Ideal.earthly home, refer to Romans : has never_ seen_ before, and we have' taken advantage :
.Johnson on North Devinier street. the bottom covered with hay was night for Washington D. C., where 12th chapter.'9. to 13, verses. of inch of at our disposal. See our Princess : : I
Miss Hazel received her guests :aad a used and _the :evening- was pleasantly they were called by the illness of the, I" FALCO ALA. 'I Our Sabbath school was remarkable every space
I hUT amusing program ,was carried spent Those, who enjoyed the ride latter's ,step-father. Col. Wm Irving ,. good last Sabbath In the number dressers, especially: and ask the price.BUYNOWPAYLATER.. i
\out by the young _people which ini were: Mrs. L; LInd, Miss Pearl Butler i- and. f in the interest shown in the tes- .
i eluded dancing.. -games. and' 'refreshmeets. Miss, Viola Baxstrom, Miss Dora Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Goodman, who eon by the teachers and scholars.
( : Nace Miss Hattle Baxtrom. The gentlemen were ,married Jn Mobile on Wednes Special( l to- The Journal., 41188 Lydia :Spare who is teaching .
Those ,who composed the party were' Mr. Chas. Villar Mr. day have- included Pensacola in their ''SIraIco.! Ala! ., ,Oct. 25.-Mr. were: Mrs.James Johnson,:mother ofWOMEN'S George Howes,, Mt. Frank Stewart wedding journey and are the -guestsof 'Lindsay, sawyEr' for the Florida and Mr and Mrs[T>. W. Bowman were I
and Mr. Ben Howes. Mrs. Robert LangforJ. ,Mrs. Goodman Alabama Land Company, at Falco for In the city on business last Saturday. I :
A picnic lunch was served and :prior'to her marriage was Miss 'several years was too :sick to be at ,Miss Mary Spare came: home Fri- ,
I[was.greatenjoyed! j Lillian Halcomb;of Mobile'and Is well hl lever 'this week" and went'to'Pen- day and returned,to her school _atPineForest MARSTON et QUINA'f
4EGLECTSUFFERINGTHESUREPENALIY known ia Fm acola having visited sacola I to be with his ,family. Monday; morning.

:Mr. John B. Guttman, who has been I' here several times.li' Mr D. D. llile has gone on'an extended Mr. Bwald Is home again after an 10M10S,,Palafox St. Phon 149. Pcnjacola, Fla. i ;
abroad tor the past three .months Is ,- visit,to his father on the Alabama extended and,pleasant visit to his old i

expected home to-day. Mr. Guttman I S Miss Anna May Silver of Augusta river'and', will be gone about home in'Ohio. He. says he had the ..................................................... .1
has had a delightful visit at ale old Ga,, visiting Mr. and ;Mrs Mendel, two weeks. pleasure'of seeing a snowstorm there
Health Thus Lost Is Restored by Lydia home In Bavaria where his brothers at, their home 411.: West Chase'. street Petit'thieving and robbing"has been before- :left on the return trip to 1
E.Plnkbjua'e: Vegetable Compound. and sisters are now living. He also :Pt' e- very 'prevalent: this section for a sunny. Florida. -
visited many places'of interest during Miss Mamie-Board::and Mlss;Mamie', week or two there being three :or Mrs.BHxabeth I* Barrineau has returned Raw kP Ja4. Palata.l. lrP
Bow many women do you know who his stay abroad. and Miss tSelleck.ihave gone to four..stores entered and robbed at I' ,to her homd at Quintette after It you have to take raw eggs to build BOOKS
are perfectly well and strong? We join a house ,party given .by/ friends Wing and Falco in two weeks ThereIs a. shortvisit wtth her chldren up your strength (and there' nothing
hear every day the same story over andover Captain and Mrs., L M, Atken left at Holley Fla. no excuse tor'SU depredations in I'Mr. Thomas Barrineau, of the Bight much better), take them without beat J ;
again. "I do not feel well; I am Wednesday for a visit with their son this county, there being plenty of -Jle, and Mrs. James Snowden of ing them up without breaking the yolk 01
Sotiredalithetimel"iiaIeAfrJ. Mr. Frank Alken. of Brunswick, Ga., Captain' and }.[-'s. J. A. Fuller of work offered!land plenty of money for Beulah.. A dash of rich grape juice over the egg You bare read some of these and heard ""h
Their many friends both old and Montgomery, have been In the city same for all able bodied persona and Mr. Eugene Snowden cf Pollard although feel of the others; they were the "first sell J'I-'I\-1>.
young wish them a very happy visit visiting Mrs. Fuller's mother and sis II any one is..in destitute circumstances Ala. Is at the home of his parents a quick swallow and you ers" one to five rears ago. TOil take no :!:
with their son. Theywere accompanied -ters at tneir home on West Chase and will make application as such Mr.'and Mrs James Snowden wherehe that glove stretcher has been applied chance to buying" a book that has ben ; ;; t
by their daughter. Miss Fan street' -v they will be liberally provided for. will probably remain the greater to your throat, the egg Is down, and aQ a Choir"first Invisible. To nave and to Hold. !I :
nie. ';;' .,1). A person that 'Will steal rather than part of the winter. the taste is a delirious bit of grape Castle Craaeyerow The PUUr of Uxht. 1"
I Capt.. J. Ed. O'Brien is ,in the city work the sooner he Is made to work Mrs. James Snowden entertaineda Juice.: Try taking it another time witha Red Kergers. Lightning Conductor;. Vlrglnlan. f.
Miss Jennie A. Morrison is visiting' for a' :few, days having been called for the state the better will the country party of young folks at her pleasant squeeze of lemon.juice on it or beaten Sea W01fL.When Alice Knighthood of Old Ytacenoe Was la,.Crisis lOW",, .. ,-f-i j t'
her brother, M. M. Morrison at De here by the illness of his mother. His be where he has.lived. '' home'.Tuesday evening. FTnch was up with lemon and sugar-and water Chicago Princess. Calumet K. The PIt; i 4-... '
Funlak Springs. I I daughter_ is ,also quite ill with typhoid ,Our school opened last Monday with played and part of the evening devoted I egg lemonade in fact. And heating it In the Bishop's Carriage. Little Minister- f .
The Voice of the People, etc. t '
I Miss Jesse Salter teacher. Was to music. both Instrumental and '
.ik.Wiic- as
with milk is still another way.
up Price 7$ cents, ia ant lass bindings, l' :
Mrs.,John },f.. Coe is able to,be out I Salter comes highly: recOmmended vocal Miss Eva Watters presidedat and illustrated. ; -( \
again after a severe attack of La I and we hop to have a good school. .the\ organ. I' -
I Breakfast B*e :
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Grippe which kept her confined to her' Farmers through this county suffered ,
home for more than, a week. The Best ;is What We, Sell" but very little from the recent. .. Slice: the bacon very thin ,and shave HARRY T. HOWLAND, i-Jt: !"
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.fi... storm except "some having a lot of off the rind lay the slices la a pan.

Judge Henry Bellinger has returned I cotton destroyed. The turpentine I t McKINNOWILLE. covering them with cracked 't Ice. 'After Manager De Luna Book Store, .1 t '

from a trip to New Orleans. A NEW LINE OF men say their damage was very light,' fifteen minutes lift out and broil on one De Luna 8t.. Phone K3L, y
I .:; -.I less than S per cent: of the trees side lay back: on the lev saW chilled "mJ
It Is with regret that the friendsof being_ blown, down.SoecUl I McKinnonville Special 1 10 The Oct jeurnat.25.-.Mr. A. L. 'and broil on the other. Break the 1if- .!
little William Gentry of Milton, I small pieces with silver Just Received
returned Thursday from a slices: into a ,
McCanum J
I hear that he is very lew and that r sly PRESERVES il- .1 I
few days' stay In Pensacola. knife mix with a soft boiled or scrim- Imported Macaroni. Sweet OH. Cheeses.
Wore than likely you speak the same slight hoy/i. of his r/covery are en G4RNIERS Mr.,A. D. McKInnon Is suffering bled egg and serve on toast This man* : DIll Pickles Saner Kraut Mackerel.; Cod i
words yourself, and tertained. -' I I IS I Flab Pits Feet Spanish Onion Pilot .
far from no doubt you feel oCt.-fl.-7\. from a very severe cold this week. ncr of cooking bacon will consume Bread. French NaY Broad. EverrUUKC I Ifmi
traced to well. The cause ma7be easUy T/9: euchre g'*ea .cne night this Just received and they are all Mr. Wesley Pierce visited In Bald more time than tht,ordinary:way anda fresh and new.Witch :
some Hazel LOO ffallop.
derangement of the f per
f good ones, too. win county.Ala. Sunday. little more trouble perhaps 'but the I
Jewish They In
of the run price
aisle benefit
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organs vhich! manifests itself ia wee c to. Journal. of Enon, was I Marine :
Mathls }
Grocery Company.
from 10 cents S Mr. Wfley ; deliciousness of it.,wiU reward the 1 .
prMi/m of'I'pirit., reluctance to go cemetery fund was a great success per Jar to $1.25 per' ,Carders Oct 25.-Mr. T. J. Pryor here Saturday. V. J. VIDAL Manager Pit
any"hen or do socially as well as financially There jar. All'flavors 'of fruits. was a Pensacola visitor: Tuesday'of bor spentMake "
anything backache, crowd of people from _
hand SuclBrands:" As Quite a young
wimionn three prizes all of them this week. ;
flatulency, nerrOTsnesf. here visited Enon. Sunday.
sleeplessness, or other female I some, cut glass. The first prize was Cross & Blackwell's Mr. Robinson- accompanied' by his ''Mrs,. Wesley Pierce who has been 1.1 udI W.dwerb
weakness. won by Miss Alice Levy and the second wife 'went to Pensacola on the mail seriously ill. is convalescing. a solution of silicate:of soda '
These symptoms are but warnings by Mrs. Morris Bear. The gentleman's Dodson & Braun launch Ruth Tuesday.! Messrs. Larkin and Jacoby two and apply several: coats ef -It-to' the HURRY CALLS FOR ;
that there' is danger ahead, and unless prizes was awarded- to Mr Solo- .- Born: To- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy prominent mill' men of Molina, were woodwork. Make' second' sobtloa of r
beetled a life of serious mon Levy., Brown'on Oct. 10, a son weighing 12 LAUNDRY :
offering a here Sunday.Re1" 'it .i
visitors the soda and mix with sufficient : it':
ol'l'rat.lOn is the inevitable 'S pounds Mother and child are b thdoing' of Pins Par ; '
Result Lawrence
J. O.
The never. Mrs. M. P..Bonifay find Miss Emma well. while Buddy steps higher whiting make it of the consistency of
failing remedv for all these be with'Us again Sunday.
Ijtnptoms is Lydia E. Knkaam-s Vegetable Gentry have gone to Hilton where Dunkley's, than a cats'back. ren'will, ordinary paint Then paint the.'woodwork can be best attended '- ,\ r

'!npound. they will visit relatives for several Mrs. Myrtle Bushnell brought. outs over with It Wood treated in to by the -! }:16:
wua Kate McDonald of Woodbridge, days.THrs.. 1 Long's, party of sightseers from Pensacola this way" will not take fire-from mere
Y.J.,wntes: S 'ik-' "," V one ,day last week to view the ruin contact with flame; it requires: to be BIGGEST : I :
DearMj.. J. Arthur Wales has returnedto Curtice_ Bras' wrought by the hurricane along the heated so thoroughly that gases willcITeD' -ii f.;; ..":,
4 Re tor d health has meant BO much- ton* her home In Mobile after a delight sound and bayouAll? had -a good Coffee be out which, of course, would BUSIEST 1 I. '?
that I (&IinQt helP from telling about it for ful visit with relatives In Peasacola. Remember-10c to title and pronounced the 'trip & succ Ignite Quickly. ,. :l _
e lake of other suffering $1.50Rosenaii&Gerelds There was a launch load.Mr 1
wwnen. s.
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-TO For a longtime I suffered untold agony Mrs.S H. L.,Simpson:: who is visiting Ben Powell was, a ..Pensaco13c Is-a ,Habit Carter OIL BEST. ;'!; f
a female] trouble and Irregularities in Wytheville Va, is expected to return 'Tuesday. He W"beenhelpingto !
Lo\d\! *"*>a Physical wreck.and no one HoteL dildren who refuse to take castor
tl the'first of next build the Goodrich
would recover but Lydia: E.Jinkh5Zfl' home. about.. j oQ trill take it If fixed 'la this way: The Star Steam ,
Vegetable month. Pi
f"l n .and made Compound has entirely:, -' -. -SaToen Aart'Firsed $1O- ptiSTUM Take one cupful of milk; one'of molasses
me wall and ftrcng..aJ1d '
l it m7 dot,to teflother* suffering women S The postponement of Hie ,euchre' Jerry Williams, colored the proprietor a half cupful ofiugar.ttwo teaspoonfuls Laundry '
*nat a sptendid medicine it ia" party and dance which was: to_ have THE FANCY'GROCERS, o aTaSooon, :-,- of ginger 009 teaspoonful of ;.1 ;.if.
For been given last night by the Concor-t prietor of A saloon on..NorthPalafox;: half of oil and t
twenty-five years Mrs.Pinkham I a: Ll"qid'Food.. : soda a cupful" castor: 114 1 t
37 E. Garden St Phone
"aiffhter-in-law dia Club was quite'a, disappointment;i street, who, was arrested-Monday upon : = and t ,
of Lydia E Pinkham, 116 SOUTH : flour to rollCutIn. 'h petl .. ,i
has! under her dIrection. and since, her \o the many 'who' had anticipated PALAFOX4STPhon&39); the charge of.' disposing liquorcnSnndaV } '. : bake in a quick oven. One or two are _Ftntaco'a' Fla. S I t i .; -
ceceue.been advising sick women free, spending a'pleasafl-eTfnlng. 'How-I S :was. fined-$1P( .:and costs Reaie9, I S "ft -- '
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dose of oiL -
of court yesterday ts good as a '
) recorder'ff
charjre. Her advice is free and i ever. as theball was postponed owing j in'the : I _:
**.ayi heJpful. Address Lynn Mass. to the serious Illness of a little child| ] J
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t tr;-! -r I IREAL, ;.... B&TAii8' 1. 1BnegaIOlt'nnQnn s.. I YoMQeyIdile Some' of 1 1Hi JRean Safeliuiyetmeilhit E tate. I I PANAMA CITY..I II .

I FOR SALE. ',. .;> ...., "i For: :Si l Is "Use a reasonable amount of ; [: FLORIDA i

I I' sound judgment.. but put your :f .
'1200-5 rooms. East'strOng. street.. Good money in property." I

for .email family >_, .'- i i
not more Includes many
_. \ $4750 -Elegant I-room modem. bomeouNorth or earning : Our list of properties
p : off' lame corner lot, 107x110 feet, excellent neighborhood. HilL choice locations in. all.parts of the city
-2 Dwelling on Eat Wright street ...................................!....... $4500 W : r than 8 per' cent a year, both for investment and home purposes.

: .6-room dwelling on East Zarragotta street, near Seville! square ..$2100 ,00 25008) monument rooms. 1;block bath from,,. 'gas:Confederate' electric we have several 'prOpositions Have you any vacant lots. i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL !

connection etc. ;. MUseS or business property
.. :: i Large: I story dwelling on East Intendencla street ,.,.........._...$1000 00 I $4200-7 rooms. North Ateaniz, .corner that will interest !> far sale "" wants what youbare

7-raom dwelling excellent neighborhood on East Hill with lot 110x- ,Cervantes 90 feet front: by 125 you and pay big interest Somebody and we hive lightning i ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :

I' 150 feet, stone walk stables etc ....... ...;......................$4500 00 feet deep; gas. bath. etc. in- l methods finding that some-
: .' $ 500-10 rooms. East Gadsden, near on the money you !r body. If yoa have not trea :
: 2'story, 8'room dwelling' on Wright street, near .Palafox,.........$8000 00 Methodist church- bath. gas and us. ask tor.e who tUi.\"e. -- .

: ; '1 6-room- dwelling. on comer lot on East G.dsden street, lot 120x132% everything modern.. vest. I It does not co-i yu: anything l3 Jl3t : Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing Mill :.

: feet, with bath and.ga*.<......................................... $3250 00 I' FOR RENT. But Your Money Must youpropwiy wCJ.w.. Do It : machinery
i to- iay. : here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot

5-room dwelling desirably located on North Alcanlz street, with lot $20.00-Six-room house, bath, etc., Act Quickly. i
I i 50x170 feet .........:...................................T.....;..: *2000 816 East La Run t.gas. I FCR SALE : Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings :

". 6-room dwelling at Gouldlng, fronting the r.llro.d.Wlth 20 acres of \Vise persons are look-: going up. Atlanta& SU_Andrews Bay: Ry. nearing i
I land ........- _....................................i............... $2500 00 Two brick stores on Tarragona street. for such J2333-7-roo-n eottce. Enct Jackson :
just south of Romans each 27x80 feet; ing out just Street lorse 'lot, modern ion\en- the city.
suitable for :warehouse or store purpose. : t

f '?propositions and they j $35CO-ienies 6-roo" cottas"_ on corner with 5 i i

,ii HOOTON & WATSPIN I f 3300-a streets.6 year.houses Investments.all corner new, renting; LaRua for and$&iil A won't prices.stay long at present .?J22CO 45:)--lOtS street 5-roo-i j.roo.n.st; North near cottage.car IlL,>!)Ere: F.a't East. Cervantes Gadsden I GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR i

I THE RENTAL AGENTS $160-.3( houses. North Hayne renting .fc t; Lath; lot Clxlt2.51S.ronn 4> .
: for $218,a year i --' -,-.. McDAVDMTCER CO. cottsgc. No. t'Iorth 6tharent.e. : Write or>SeeTHE :

$5250-8 house* "North Hayne: each 4rooms .

fJ: i Real Estate, Insurance and Loans J ,- -year. and hall,. renting for $672 a Agents New York $ CO ,.-roo' hrjse: tenons for $3 per .. ..
: $1500-Elegant'building lot. 'on North HID Life Insurants Com pan). $1SOOC.tuze'nFT'. ; St'i avenue and i PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY :
i No-37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. $ 140x120 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST* S'ronj street: IH e3=Ui-

I. $3000-155 feet by 120 feet with 6 good Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. $33CJbnlf nf 3-!r r-to coirer" of Y. .

.... ,.... ._. ._.._. .._. ._.._.._.. ._. ._. .._It..e._ _ _.._.. ._. _.._ '.One houses'block renting from.denot.for $964 a year. ; -O'eej LOM 11 anj to I'1;ti': black ar'-i.ue.5153J 138..: New :o.................... ..o.............. .... .:

$5000-6 small houses corner Wright and CIttr!

: HELP WANTED. WANTED. Baylen renting for $540 a year. $135b-Lotz: 1 ta 3, W"cS S4. New City. '

See our list for.other bargains. t23C3-Lots 4 6 t} 10. tlo ls Si: New City. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
RENTS'COLLECTED'AND.' PROMPT. $ 503-Lits 21 aal 22. block 112. North: .
r AflTED-Good man or woman to clean WANTED-To rent a second-hand type. RETURNS: MADE. l'albtox: attest
West Gonzalez St. writer. Apply at the Mayes PrUting Co. ForSalleFor Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
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bouse. Apply- %60cUt Soct MONEY PLACED AT" INTEREST, ON (()) $1303-Lots '8 to G. blociz 111.:: Sew City.
J-- REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES. S1330-All cf Uo-k? 111. East Kin? tract.
.WANTED Barber1 wanted for colored WANTED-A slx.roomcottage to rent. WANT TO BUY A 'HOME! ON-'INVEST $ : -For blocks J13 end: 237. West King READ Trains DOWN No.' Trains NOL
trade at once.: Good shop and good willing to pay 30.00 and willing to take IN PROPERTY CAN SELL YOU trait. 3 1
Adam JFlorala two years' lease. Address Box 84, City. 4 -
..' trade. Apply.to Leary. 24octlw. ISoctlw EITHER. We show yo i free of chars any property 1lO5pmIllIiam ...... ............ .................. 4i:0amUpna\
WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? wi**! miS.I 6:3oami 6:20pm Ar..Montgomery! .................Lv S:3upm11lia11:45am : ,
( 'ANTED-A good position open for an : YOUNG LADY wants position as stenographer WE CAN SEL LIT. $4500( Fire and to:nado( Insurance. ) 9:10pm ................ ................ I 4.Opm'' 8a::
experienced salesman at once. Apply and assistant bookkeeper. .Address I I 7:% pmi 3:17am Ar.................. \ .................. 8:4iam\ %::fia'-: ,

kt 126 South Tarragona. 24oct3t "Bookkeeper, Care JournaL Fire Insurance Placed in new two-story 8'room boose with \ 8:00pm 3.liam .................. ._...............Ar1:25am : :;I na
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WANTED-Young man at The Journal First-Class Companies. 1) two artistic halls up-to-date and two home large with galleries all modern; an 8.Ham 2:10pm ::::::::::::..:::: :::::::::::::::::::t: Z:4ipmi 3:00am1 Sfipm7:4)am 3Bpn

l'i Office to assist In the mall, room. Steady WANTED-To buy a wen-trained pointer Improvements. situated on carline on L. S.Brawn & Co 7:50pml 3:27am .................. .................. 3:27am2iin 1II
paployment Apply at once 25octICHOOL idog Must not be gun shy. Address high point overlooking the bay.at south- 2:10am.. 8:30am Ar.,.................Louisville..Lv t 1:4i1am :3Opm
lock box 62, Bagdad Fla. 24oct6t* west corner of 16th avenue and Jackson 7:20amI1Z:00n'n AT..................C1nc1Dnatl..................Lv 11.0Opm GOOpu
:i', with first-grade certificate. Address WANTED-Bids for the Immediate removal LESLIEEJROOKS street. WE SELl LOTS."

v- Aycock Brothers Lumber Co.. Aycock. of two' cottages from Woolsey to t'I I BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
rbrlda 24oct3t Warrington. Address J. S. Hughes War- 3000
::y I rington Fla.. 23octlw Estate I | Phone 913. Thiesen BuildIngMISCELLANEOUS. 6&7 2&S 4&1 3& % l&t "d

kELP WANTED-Good cook at once. Real ; 7:00am 11:05pm 11SIaniLv..Pensacola..........Ar 6.OOam 4topml 4Siptn10:45am
Apply 820 N. Baylen street. 21octlwtVANTED WANTED-Good room with bath at. 1 lor an 'artistic and up-to-date 8-room 2:55am 4:12pm Ar..Mobne......' ....Lv 12:40am 1l:5am: 2lbpn
tached in first-class neighborhood; will and Insurance. I and hall cottage with all modern conveniences 6:00pm 7:15am 8:15pm Ar........ NewOrieans..Lv 8:15pm ........) t.% alD
An experienced nurse for also take breakfast and supper if con- jOn West Chase street on car
i young baby. Apply to Mrs. Max L. venient. .Address J. P. L., P. O Box Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.: line. j' .
gear. 813 N. Barcelona street. 24octlw 871. oct21 FLOMATON PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.

H. ALFMAX:: ':"'Tin, Copper and Sheet 21 I 5 I II I 13 I Trains do not stop at stations 2 Taily I 4 J t c i a
WANTED- Two draymen. Apply at 8 WANTED-To rent a six-room house In 7 : Iron Worker; cornice work and sky Dally ,Dally[/Dally (Daily, where no time is shown I > | Daily]Dally| Dar,
and 10 Intendencla street. 23oct 'a desirable neighborhood by a perma- MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESSES lowest' lights a guttering andrepairing ...... :30 Lv..Fiomatorl..Ar
Money.to loan at market. rate 9alsr; 4:5 % .50 12:4 15 85:
WANTED-Engraver. clock and 'eweIryrepaIrers nent ,tenant.' Address Box 103 City. of interest.' Government open* ...... 6:00 %:35 %:55 .............Century....,............ 1:40 1:21 8:21.... .
with tools, State ;) :* 19octlm RENOVATED-New tick Mortgages, on .realestate la this. city house building. Phone 1316. ZjUJ elm ...... 6:01 2:41 .3O5..Bluff. Springs .......... .1:3 1:15 8:15......
and The experience.O K. furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet bought and- sold ."... il1.51 .30 ........... .McDavtd ............ .12. 1:05 8:06......
salary .
lie Store. JFlorala expected.Ala. 20octPVANTED WANTED-AU kinds beer bottfes. I pay taken. up and mattingllald. Leave All of the Maxent Tract. west of "C? ...... 5:30 1:04 ..3:36 .........Plne. Barren........... -17:08: 1Z5 1:55......
1 Drug 15c dozen. I handle all leading brandsof orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'g. stre9tnow for sale. r ...... 5:19 3133.50 ........... ..MollDo ........;.... .11:69 1Z:43 7:47 ......
--Neat white girt to .doc office wines beers and whiskies' and still Wesley Duncan. 7sept tti: vi FOR SALE. ...... .5:43...... .4:0 ............Quintette............ .-11:61.1:34 .?:39 ...
: work. .Apply room,' No. 1, Masonic l manufacture that well-established cough ...... -5:53:28 -4:11 ...........COttage 11111 .......... ..11:44.IZ9 .1:34.......
temple. 19oct. medicine. Joe Roth. corner Tarragonaand DR. AW.. HERMAN Chiropodist, -->;: ...... -6:57 3:294:15 ..Cantonement..11:40 16 7:31.... .
& Government Sta. llOCt room 301 Brent Building 3d floor. All FOR SALE-One-half interest in the O ...... .6:01 .3:34 .43 ...Gonzalea............ .-11:35 -IZl76........".
:: WANTED cook. For particulars call corns. bunions ingrowing nails removed K. drug store. Plurals, Ala. Purchaser ...... .':03 ..3:3645 .............Roberts............. ..11:331:19 :% /......
at 14 East Government street. 16oct2w -UI."TED-Ftrst-claas hat cleaning. Old scientifically without pain.. Manicuringa Fisher Real Estate must be competent to manage bu iness. ...... ..11:153:45 .4:40. ...............OUve.............. -112 '12:09 .':15".q. ,
;I' hats made new.Cleaning. pressingand specialty. 24octlm* Agency Clean stock, cash trade. H. H. Mc- ...... -61 .3:51 .4:48: ......._h.Brent.............. .-11.15 -1:04 .7:091.......
W.A1\"TED-Carpenters blocking Satisfaction guaranteed Dougald.Pror-*etor. 20cct .3:54 .4:52. Goulding ............ ..11:11 '12:01 7:051.
Goulding Fertilizer Company. Apply 14octI7ANTED Panamas. 50c; Straws 25c; Felt lIe: TREES-Shade. ornamental or fruit COLLECTION OFRENTS A ::::::. t 4:04; 3:00; ::;:::::::::Pensacola..Lv ., 11:05 11:55 TO0.::::"
Derbys. 25c. Vietor Louis 100 E. Inten trees of all kinds also hedge plants SPECI CN. PANAMA CANAL EDITIQN of The
dencia street. AU come in. 6octlm furnished and planted by S. D. Jackson ". Journal-a magnificently illustrated I I
f I ::
I. -First-class carriage black. WANTED on terms to suit customers. Best refer Phone 87. 206 8. alafox St. magazine. containing scores e' views of KpJ11 f, I 1 I I, A1
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smith and woodworker. Good position owners or poultry to Address S. D .Jackson,' City, and harbor. For pale "t all
_. br right man. Address John G. Welsh. know tbat we.are agents for the celebrated ences. 14octlm the city The journal office By 6:00..........I 7:00 Lv..Pensacola.........Ar j 103d. _... uilC
arrtage Works, Pensacola Fla. 9oct Conkey's Poultry Remedies. u book stores cents.or-jit IlseptFOR : 3:20.......... 7:13 ............Bohemla............ / .........,-It...
anteed to cure rupe. coolers, gape WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We mail. 20 S 6:%%........... .'7:15 .....:.....GuU Point........... J. ...... .10:
woncferfiiI lice and mites. Also auar.1 are now in our new quarters, 214 East : SALE-A pottery works with steamengine S 3.5............ ..... .YnieStI*............ ...... .,..... .b0e
VANTED-At once, several carrier egg producer. F. S. : ntendencla, and prepared to do : drying moulds 69 ...... ....... 1:18.Es'gmbla...._........ (.10:28........ .-lef.
steam room
boys. Apply at this office. Co. Phone No. 334. thing in wagon and rriage building every.andrepairing. TH'ESYORM complete for carrying on 5:40........... 15 .............J.lulat............. .10lt.._.. "lO.se
I E. L. Herring. City 14oct and business everything together with the finest bed of C 6:45 ..,......... ...... ..............lIa.rp.............. ....... .._.. -10:32:
WANTED-At'. a four or fiveroomcottage. clay in Escambla county. Located S 6:51....... .....- 7:35. ............GaIt CIty............ ........ ...... -101:
BOARD AND ROOMS. Must be close in and in good MUSIC-Miss Cawthon's Studio. 38$ pottery right in the city. Apply to or ad- C:03 ...... ..... "1:19. .)llItoD............. 111.:05.: ..... 10:11
neighborhood.&ddress- 123.- '' .Care. TournaL Brent Building Voice and piano. Special the values of Real dress R. P. Reese. 16septf S 6:35.................. ...........Good Range........... ...J.. __... 1:4
Has not affected
t II -- 25sep 7:03. ..
tWO large attention placement given Miss to Beatrice correct breathing White takes and EatateMn. this city *LOO.. The buildings -FOR SALE-Mce home good location for : : :::::: :::::: :; :. :::::.::::::::ilfJ ::::::::::: ";;fi ::::::.: :::: n

: nice. unfurnished rooms for TAILORING-B. L. rjiamono. Tailor 7:40 ..... ..... 1:38 ...........CrestvleW'....... .
rent. to F. R. pupils In primary piano. elocution and and Wharves th&t..were': destroyed chicken farm.. Enquire Chas. Lorange : ..... .9:0 .... I.SS
r Apply, McGee, at Y. M. Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired C ..... .... 8:56 .
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dramatic art. Phone 1284 Miss Caw- West Jackson St. 10octl6t 8:09 Land.-..... IU
k- i. A. rooms. 26oct on short notice. No. lift West thon; 810 :Miss White. 14oct w1lLo be replaced by more, substantial 1912 S 8:33 ..... ..... t:10 .. Iossy IIead.......... 8:33 ....... 1:41
rwo ELEGANT Government St., Pensacola. Fla. buildings. -Pensacola has before It FOR SALE-A barroom and an fixtures, : ..... ..... ':35 ....DeFunlak Sprtngs....... 8:11....... 1:51
convenlence In. ROOMS with every TARRANCE &: ADAIR, Livery DeFuniak the brightest fall of Its future.. I have pool and billiard tables. etc. In a fine : ..... ..... 9:44. .........Argyle............. 1:4 j.;.... .1 U
i :31U. Location choicest private In home.city,North with WANTED moving and R.hauling Bingham He,wants guarantees your ; single or double teams, nightor made arrangement to take all the location. At a bargain if sold at once. ':5% ........... 9:51. ........Ponce DeLeon......... 7:29 ....... II::!
: able board convenient. 714 North all Phone day new rIgs. good service polite Address box 103. City. 23sept 1tIt
630. .
m street. Bay- breakage. drivers.. Give us a trial. .hone. 59. property. offered below Its market .. 6:51:
24octlw WANTED-Carriages repaired and / 6octlm value. If you are' afraid of Pensacola FOR sALE-Four good schooners suit. 10:12..10:10..West-rifle..7:1.. 5:;.

! 'OR KENT-Two desirable rooms. centrally floats built to order; horse repainted Real Estate bring It to me I win ,buyit able for lake. sound and river. Ad- : .. t: ::: .:;: .. nf
,located convenient shoeing lalty. J. G. DRAWINGS aU klnds; HulL Engine dress "M." care Journal. 21aug : :::::: :::::: : : :: ::Aycock.:... .... .. : ..:: :: :
: action hotel ;and first-class to business riage Co.WANTEDThe.a -spe .. Welsh Car- Patent Office machine and raise madeat from ,you. : ...... ...... 11:01 ...........COttondale........... 6:18 ...:,... 4::.
. : ; southern boarding reasonable rates. Patentable Ideas deveioped. v FOR-SALE-At a bargain. paying Furniture : ..... ...... 115 ............Marlanna............ ':00 .. 3:5$
; ouse; modem exposure. Reasonable Sail boats launches Address business at 138 E Intendencia St. 12t4 ..... ...... : .............C)1)rel8............. 5:38 ._ ':1f
i conveniences. Some
: aLes; 802 References Merchants Transfer Co. W TC. MsGowan. Penaacola gla:$septlm Money In These.A Address Box 325 City. 2oct .1:55 ..... ....... : ..........Grand Ridge........... ... 3:07:
- L Kchanged. Spring_ -t10t6'street. wants your movlos and hauling. All 1:13.............. %: %. ...............Sneads............. .- ............ 2.t
: breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors' n. :MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick quarter block (5, lots) cor 12th AtTOMOBILE-Sefl or trade nearly 1:30..............1:15. .....Rlver .Junction......... .5:32..... ...... %::31

;F riCELT with or FURNISHED without board.ROOMS Table r board.:rent. AlloTTED-AD Proprietor. Phono kinds 978.of electrical work. orders Carpet furnished at taken Watson.if up and desired.Parker matting& Reese Guaranteed.laid. Leave Co.'s. street Bayou and one 18th,of avenue.the r highest overlookingthe : points trade new for and a in good good horse.condition Address win sell or C. 10:50 AM .................. .PM 1:40. Ar .....Jaeksonviue... Lv ) ... ........ .. pJIII' .'0'

hone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. I sell all kinds of electrical Brashears. Milton. Fla. -
2loctlmJCRNISHED and other electrical supplies. When batteries ept7 New City two blocks from car.line, Trains 21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between Fens*.
ij;' need me ring 345 or 955. K. W. Peake you J:-H. PORTER. sailmaker. 716 South fin 'cheap at $1100. FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen cola Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
; ROOM for rent. Apply 301 New Star Laundry Bldg. C. Garden. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents, A block 300 feet front on Bayou &. Sons' piano in handsome rosewood II' c
!. Chase street. abet awnings camp stools and house. cots. case. A bargain. Piano can be seen
I WANTED-Second-hand' sacks of all descriptions etc. Prices; reasonable. Sljao Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. Soct. Trains stop on signal.

LOOMS AND BOARD for $3.50 per week. wanted.. If out of town. ship touched by the water and not a single I
-p .Good eating. Apply :Mrs. Laura Gomez them to us: if in town. ring us up at No SHIP CHANDLERS- { Oerting. tree blown down. One of the prettIest FOR SALE:-Fine well grown Barred
: : "West Romana. 17oct2w 334 or bring them t. us at corner of & Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers Rock Cockerels. March and April
.-I I Chase and Alcanlz Sts. F. S. Mellen & and grocers. Only first-class houseof sites for a residence and the safeest hatches t1.00 to $%.00. bens last year's FOR SALEFOR GA.FLA.&ALA.RY.
I' lOOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of !I Co. % July kind in city. Fair prices to all. in the city of Pensacola, $5 00o.( breeders' $1.00 each Mrs. Lizzie B. CAPITOL ROUTE LINE
light housekeeping, use of bath andI. Hughes Ctipley Fia._ 27septlm SALE-Saw Mill, 79.000000 feet
,, tone phone; on car 1457.line. Apply 900 E. Jackson I I CARRIAGES Floats built repaired to order ard Horse repainted.shoeing Wanted. FOR' SALE-10,000 acres round( timberland available timber. Good location. Ad- Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta,
r lioctim'bit mill timber and ,
MONEY TO LOAN. a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com 12.50U saw sawmill dress C. FV Cart Journal. 25sept2w .
22-room hotel at a bargain. SevT
RENT-Two unfurnished ,rooms. I pany. 27feb A house In good neighborhood and I'f'&I good farms and town properties. ... Ga.
Can or address J. ,A. Billingsley 14 E. neat business district for about Write Gentry & Setterlind Chipley Fla. FOR SALE-Lodging house corner of ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT
Dvemment street. 160cUwt HAVE YOU IDLE. :MONET in the bank! MILTON UPHOLSTeRING' SHOP-Willie 3000.. 23sepf I Palafox and Main streets known as 'to
I can get you 8 per cent on the best Mims Proprietor. Furniture repairing l >unns' Lodging House. An established
: tRST-CLASS possible security. Leslie E. Brooks. 11% of all kinds. carpets laid. furniture List your property with me for sale. SALE-Two large business. everything complete; a good Southwest Georgia and West
rooms and board FOR refrigerators.. Apply -
by day South Palafox. oct20 packed for shipping. Phone 63 investment for the right man. IL Muller,
week or month at 22 East to The Lewis Bear Co. Suet .
m'-- Garden. Next to Tampa landing. 22aprll I 400 S. Palafox. Heel Florida.Via .
{t 13octlw
I MONEY LOANED op real estate and SECOND-HAND- for sale. used
: I j AND
Jw t.EASANT HOMELIKE PLACE : personal property on short 'notice MATTRESSES made to order; old only one year. Address P. O. Box 492. Steamer Lines Carrabelle
to Mattresses wnes
Terms 3.V. Bullard 28% South
easy. ,
board onNorth Hill second door from Palafox St. Phone 1144. 'renovated New ticks' furnished. Second J. W. Bullock Jr. W. Hooton.. 12 E. Intendencla. 7oct FOR RENT.FOR .
kr line. For particulars address No. 8 hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering Fla.
I jast Strong. 12octlm: and repairing done 114 E. TWO FINE YOUNG HEIFERS for saje.
Call at the Clutter Music house for
Phone, information nE.'T-Som nice
per ,cent. If you have any that you Belmont St.city. 771. 'Davis ,store on East GA.FLA/&ALA.RY.
fr fVO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms want interest on. see me about it. It Mfg Co.. C. T. Darts. MgrH. Real Estate and Mortgage Loans. regarding. them 21octlw Government street; heap rent. The

' -. for rent for light housekeeping. Phone will be absolutely safe on real estate ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet FOR SALE-B'acKsinith s iOp and dwelling Fisher Real Estate Agency. July Low rates quick service to Tallahassee
102. or apply room 3. 204K South Paia- security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462., Iron Worker; cornice work and sky. Cor. Government and DeLuna S\.. t' excellent location near ire< factory; and Quincy Fla., Balnbrldge Arling'
L lloct lights a specialty, roofing. guttering and good trade. large k . ___ MONET TO LOAN-Everybody borrows repairing. 315 South Palafox St. Phone able terms. at JJcrianna. Fla. Address rgom for rent suitable for furniture For Rates and Information writ to
: bR RENT-Rooms cheap; real newly money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14V* 1316. Ijunelm Box 173. Phone 637 I W E Taylor Chlplej, Fla. lOoctlm or other goods.' 104 and 10S. South Tarragona -1 --
Kf clean furnished rooms suitaVe! for E. Government St. When. In need call : street. Phone 39. I II J. H. McWILLIAMS,

I-.:.. kht housekeeping on the hilL Location on us. G .F. &. P. A-. Balnbrldge Ga.
feh and healthy. Close to car line. I
rlvllege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. MONET LOANED on all kinds of personal I
'::: trong. Phone 1213. lOaug property on short notice Terms AD'HERE. Legal Advertisements.

Phone easy. J llC. B.. .Gray-. & Co., 2 W. Romana.Ueb WRITE YOUR WANT I ,Pensacola, St. Andrews and

/ Southern States LandCompan1. Gulf Steamship Co.
; EDUCATIONAL. UNLIMITED amount of money to loan .

.. on all kinds of personal property. Sprial .- Send it The Journal office When need have Isot'ce! Is hereby given that STEAMER TARPON.W.
-- rates to business men on large to day or night. you help anythingto fifty-three G BARROW. Matter.
I (&3) First Mortgage Bonds of the South AND
: loans. PASSENGER
Loan Co. 204
JUS. TOLA BARTON MASON will openS South Palafox. sell; rent exchange or wish to purchase anything try a want ad. They do the ern States Land Company. J500 t"aCh.Nos.. FREIGHT, SERVICE.
school of Shorthand and Typewriting. ,_ > 3. *. 12. IS. 18, 19, 20,'%1. 22 73 i%. 54. -Between-
btober 10. Apply either at 314 S...AI-.. : '" U. ..,. 13. 72,- 91. 103. 118 120, 121, 123. PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA -
lois or Typewriter haDcxu; 313rent THOS PEBLET-Real Estate and Loans. work. ; 128. 130. 131. 133. 134. 14$. 158; HI,. ie7. CARRABELLE. ST. AN
building. Sta Up-stalrs. corner Palafox and Roman ; : ., W 11%. 174. 180K 113 184. 188, 187. 189 DREWS. MILLVILLE. .
12septlm 197 203, 204, 209 13. 214. Andrews Bay Car-
t: ,- 222. 232 24L And all point: on St.
252. 234 284. aDd 270, have been drawn rabelie and Apalaehleola.
) 4- by lot for redemption from the amountto SCHEDULE.
I BARBER SHOPS. six ORDINARY' W.ORDS ,MAKE' ONE LINE. the credit of the sinking fund and Leaves Pensacola Sunday 8.30 p. n.
_______ ______ I HOTELS.BRIGGS win be paid for at the rate of J512.0 for Mobile. Ala.Leave .
bond with accrued .interest Pensacola. Tuesday. 8:30 p. IlL.for
at the
BLTON-When visiting here have youy ', .j p.- ; : ,,. office of the Knickerbocker Trust Company St. Andrews,. MillvilJe. ApalachicQACarrabelle :
tonsorial work done by Ira Muni will HOUSE-JOO feet west of Union ., t_ :: 3 8 Broadway on the first day .of and intermediate points.For
:t I Ie street opposite :jaIL Clothes and Depot on Wright street; best 'location; ... November 190C after which date said additional information snly to.
; its cleaned and repaired. ConvenientI best rooms; best 'house to.stop at. Rates --- bonds-will cease to bear Interest.X1fliKERBOCKER J. R. SAUNIERS.E
hotel Phone 63.; 26aug 60c per day. Zloctlm :, _. \ <; : .R. COBS peider.LGeneral
k i4 1'i.. ::. ;. .- ; .: nun COMPANY. Frt. and Pass. Agt. Pen
I BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniax Springs. .. .. : .. sacola Fla.
Good beds. airy rooms, elegant ideals ., '.' :; .... >. CHARLES T. BARNEY

: LOST. free bath ,and sample rooms. Special l lI __ c Pre8WcKt- -
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DST-one, white and dark brown spot-- ;I[attention I!per. day. to J. traveling B. Brown men." Prop.Rates J2.00 --r----c, r. .... ... t : ; : :- ; 4 > .4.-S.i' !. ..._: y'., r ; t, Dated.In' EscambiaCounty October 73. 1906.Circuit Court. ZSUr HarUfleM.190 D C. Pensacola!! Fla-. Ort 08'--''"

led pointer dog; answers to name c*I i HOTEL. SOUTHERN-Open an the .. ... State of. Florida-In Chancery. Martha, .
.truce"" Finder return to T. E. John- year. American and ,European Plan. J : .' .f : ..-': Dixon. Comp'aina vs. Iziab Dixon. De ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
In- at Bass & Co.'s. and receive re.octZOtf Special summer rates., First-class 1 in j '. t, : ., i'r.. :- 'f \ / : fendant-Divorce. On Monday the third! Notice is hereby given to ere-Jlt'! !!'
Iad. every respect. -Pleasant and conven -- : day of December ,AD. 19C6 the defen legatees_ disuibntees and all other .r:
L' lent. NfL T. I*. Bowen Prop. Pensa ., J dant. Iztah Dixon U required to appearto sons having cla'!"s or demands a*, Si
bST-8hlp boat marked "Noach VT cola Fla. s 15apr 'f. I -1. "- :: ... :? the WU filed against him herein.! the estate of Wiiliai? Barry. deeeai: !,,
'- Of Kungsbacka.. In stern: was lost from This order to 'be published once each presents the same to the ttn bngside my ship Saturday night. 13th ,BAT HOTEL-Open; night and day. European "..fesThe'rate' on a' 'want'ad"fl1i the above space is :25 cents first insertion week for four (;>, consecutive weeks In within one (I) year from this date. bP'
(tober. 190. Reward for return to B.Idersen. plan.' Rooms light and clean. ng' The Pensacola,Journal a newspaper published tember 7th 19C6. D. Hale Wilson Ad'
\ :Master Swede bark "Noach Transient!! trade solicited. 675-679 South and cehts for consecutive insertion. Send cash \Vlth. the ad. in said _E3 t'ajibia county. A.' M.eKUJan. mlni!'tratorSept7oaww..
I I." 16oct Palafox. Jos. .8. Ixicolau. Prop. 5 _a,day each/afjditional: Clerk jCirc*** Court: by C. G, .

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To have your faU and winter clothes
eaned.: pressed and repaired and put In I- -V

iood condition send them to us., We I .. ,.,- .",' I
L everything in that line and guarantee .: ,
cur. uork. Ladlea1 work, a specialty, Qen- NAVAL STORES.
tenenS membership rates $l.O* per Savannah. Ga. Aug. i.-The naval
BocttAll work called for and delivered. .tores.market closed today M folwvsu : VESSELSJN PORT. .: -

Phone 133. ? :.......!...,......,........ .;.& 00 November 5-10 1906. S 'Stea'mshfps.Acacia ( BEER _: Eiv;
ESCAMBIA PRESSING CLUB, ....' ".. ,-.. ..,.....,......"....i.7 'Br 'ss. >Thomas.. 1S48. '
1. : Buenos
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9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET, N .;............ ...: te -5-23 / '- Ayres to Gulf Transit Cg. .
WALTER MOUUTON, MANAGER. U ............. .
...;... .., .....4 75 ''August Belmont Br as Clarke 9IT,
=- === f ....;..,.4..4 50 to 4 60 SEABOARD Newcastle'on Tm to Gulf Transit Co. '
C ti :::.'.'::::::::::?': ;? .i .4 2a Axminster Br .sa. Spinlc! J31, Havana is, '
''G ........t..4.. ;..:,.:.4 15 10 to to 4 4 20 22% AIR LINE RAILWAY to Benedict master. Br as. Roberts' 1758; Kingston very heavy in malt-'- malt is : ,

... ....&..., ,........405to410 ,
to S. P. Shotter Co.
MCMILLAN BROS.CO. k .......... ......i.... ......400.to405. ANNOUNCES A RATE OF Br ss. Keene: .2215, New Or. good for .you-it is a FOOD !
D ...!....,.. .:........!.. ..,..3 90 to-3 97% leans to A. A. Brown & Co. t .
: V .................. ....31h ) tq 3 32is ONE FAREPlus Ida. Aust ss, Hregrlich 2093, New .Or. % .
\JrUftCIil Gerst beer is also extremely in
E STilts :h Spirits turpentine 6s\ cents leans to Gulf Transit 'Co.Klrkstall. light fl
25 cents to Jacksonville and return
for the Public and one cent mile Br ss' iibtfe. Colon to alcohol-the small amount present ((31-2 : '
1J. JOBBERS' QUOTATIONS per Master, 'S per ____ j
TU PE ,. ;: for Bands.Military Rates Companies apply from and all Agency Brass Taptoa.to Br Master.... Tratters_ '2300 Montevideo cent.) greatly aidsdigestion. '

I I Stations on Seaboard In Florida. Tugela. Br ss, N choD. 2.111, Cardiff to'IL
I PENSACOLA PRODUCE.The Baars & Qo. : The hops are a tonic, and the mineral salts S 4J '

produce, following In PensacolaTnarket are. the quotations: on DATES OF SALE.. ; .. Ship build up the bones. The water, pure water, flushes j

Creamery Renovated Butter Butter;,per per pound pound. 29 23 to to SOc.21C. don Avaatl> > oruerFerreira Nor. Wp-,'lAn
Cream Cream Cheese, daisies 16c. November 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. A Port ship, Barroa, 56$, Lisbon. beer b thoroughly aged, n<) perfectly sterilized S

Cheese singles lie. to, master and from of ia ,..!
Country Eggs 24e. considered every possible paint view, ft a .
Canada. Br ship Spurr. %237, RIg .
Grown Chickens per dozen $6 to $7. Final Limit, All Tickets, November 11. Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.Ingridj peganefood-beveragethatIstrolygoodforyeszIne'very ( ,
Pucks per dozen. 5.50 to $6, 1906. Nor ) Pannell, JJ60, Ant, sense 9! the word. :
Irish Potatoes, Michigan per bu., SSc.. Oortln .
Irish werp to.McK. .Jt Co. S _ _ _
Potatoes N. Y., per bu.. 90c. Lena. It&l ship Tassara 15S Londonto
Sweet Potatoes per bu., $I to JL25. Call on yOur ticket'agent. order.. i C '
Yellow Onions. per bu.. 90 to 95ft. S : : and call for It ,at resort ;
LIST OF CLERKS Red Onions. per bu., !SOc to $1. Barks. 1 : :' ;. .ji; :
Spanish Onions, In crate J110 to $1.50. S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.. Afredo, Uruguayan bk. :Maragas. 9S7,: -. r : .
Holland Seed Cabbage per pound 1%e. Asftt Gen'l Pass. Agent. I Montevideo to IfH. Thorntpn..Alfrkild. : .,. 5- :T ,
AND INSPECTORS Domestic Cabbage. per crate, $2 2a.. JACptSOvl ,. .. Swed bk,' Syensen, 33X Durban I
Lemons per box. $&50 to $7. JAS. F. TAYLOR to master S .,.,, .. : : Cfte WM., GERST BREWING CO. ; '
Limes, ( $%.75 to$3.00. .
per crate Traveling Pass Agent.! Andrea Nor bk. Ouale 114. Purban tg S S
S :
Apple: (Ben ,Davis>,;per bbL, $:.75 to TAMPA.'EDWARD. master 'S .-. Najhrillt, Tenn. : -';/
S3: -00, Avon. Hal bk. Avegno 1477, Genoa ta. r1
CHOSEN BY COUNTY COM MIS. Apples best variety *3.50 to $3.75. master.. ., !. I
I Oranges, $ .75.ta $3 F. COST, Nor .bk. Hausken. 1100, .
Campbell '
fFIOrida box .75 2nd Vice.president. l" PETER BELL Wholesale! Dealer. 'J .
TO Orange ) per $3 tow Stavanger to hicK, Oertlng & Co. :
SIONERS CONDUCT THE Grape Fruit I per t't:i to $4.25.Tomatoes CHARLES B. RYAN, Chacma Nor Jorgensen 567. I
bubhel $1.65 to $.73, Cen'l Pass. Agent.PORTSMOUTHVA.. Fleetwood to er.bk. 1'
NOVEMBER ELECTION. Geese per-dozen: 3. ., j Hereford b>OT'bk. Jensen 1280 Rosariq 11 I
Turke,':per pound; 25 to- lie to order. (1;
J r- } J Helmdal, Nor bk.-; 'Jlensen. JS54 Hul? : flo. !
Nevi York Cotton Market. to '
Precinct No 1-D, JL Cherry Jame I Open. 11 gh., Low. Close.Jantary Real Estate Transfers.. 1 If uniberto, Span bk, 1111. Battle Havana ., --- w
., ,1034 10.96 JO.60 10.63 to order. '
Jones. C. W. Andrews. Inspectors A.I! March .,.";.ll.09 11.11' 10.75' 10.80 Isabel Browne. Bus bk LIndquist. 1231, : .j : : I It
Benton. clerk. May,1120 11.20 10.Sa 10.SI Following Is a lIst. of the real estate : Hull to master. .- S t DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
Precinct No. 2 Floyd Athey. H. C. MllIr October : ..1995 10.95 10 55 10.58 transfers recorded yesterday furnished by Kink Oscar U 'Nor bit, ;Johnson, 752.,
*. J. F. Helton, inspectors; W. H. White ecembeg.10.$7: : .10.SS 10.50 10:5a the Pensacola Abstract Co.: Rosarlo to A. ZeUus. S
Liverpool t28 DEEDS. Lilla. Nor bk Aanonsen. 1030. Santos t

c>Pr*-inct No. 3-W. W. Kirksy Harry New York )Spots 10.95. DulL Emanuel Robinson and Joint Chambersto to Lluls order.Uruguayan' Lopez, T08. Havana ., t
-S-- SS-------- {
Stephen Lee--18 acres in the northeast
Li H E. G. Brewton. Inspectors 'G A I I' Grain and, Provision Market, to order. I Consistent S I
M Sec<< '24 Tp 1 N R 33 W- $a5 00 and. Saving'jnay
bk French, 1J28, KIngs '
yorrill. clerk. Wheat. other considerations. Maria Ger -' T. G. YATES, M. D.. .
Precinct Jso 4-John Longren, E. : 'ad'gett. Open. High. 'Low Close. W. T. McGuire to A. A. Fisher...Lots 14 Lynn to master.
Nor l k, OJerdsem 1121 Eait
December. /.72'k 7314 72T4 73 and 16 block 113 Mxaent 1'ractU.OQand Negpore. .
Will Briggs Inspectors John Gates *
A. Zelius.
May .7tH ;$ 77.H 'H% I other consIderations. London to Opti CW1. SS
Swed bk Burgfeldt 1J68.
clerk. I. Corn- Stephen Lee to John Chambers Noach Yl V
Precinct No 5-.1. C. Cowan. Alex. Open. High. Low. Close. Port Natal to order
in the southwest
acres J4 the northeast
Webb. W. A. Waters inspectors. Jas. December .....:!* 43% 42*. 42% %. Sec. 24 Tp 1 N. R 33 W-$1.00 and Olivari, Ital bk, Costa. Qenoa to rder 306 Thlesen Building. If 45Frederick

Mcholsen, clerk. I May Oats-.43H 41 43% 43% other E. C.considerations.Ennis to F. E, StantonSouthwest S Superb. Nor,,bk. tllich 1934 Antwerpto be slow, but it's a certain road to i independence t
Precinct No. 6-Thos. Pavison. C. H. A. Zelius & Co.
Open. High Low. Close. % of Southeast %.. Sec 14 Td 5 N. 5 AusfeU. F. U. 8'CKMt.
Jackson .A1 L McVoy. Inspectors; Ollle December ....33 S 33% 33% S3% I R 3: AV -$20000 Schooners, and ,riches, '. \
Jennings clerk.recict December 34T* 35 34T 34:. .
No. 7-.\.. D. Mcholsen ;J. O Donna Chriatlaa,, Am sen McLeofl. 165. Our Sayings Department will assist }
Ward. E. A. Tucker. Inspectors C. M. I New York Stock Market. Belize to master. you Architects '
Wiggins, clerk. \ Sou. Pac. .... 91% 90% Wardrobe Clothes BaguI Dorolra Br sob Reddle 2001. .St. Lucl financial 912-914 Brent Bldg., 43 Noise IleI! ;., f .
Precinct No.Taylor Crabtree. A. Copper .....111% 110% I Bags'to protect; clothes. Changing- to master. 'in gaining independence. Pent coi>, Fit MOIttgGft'l"7' Ala. ', ,
L Mathlas, A Fleming, 1. L. S. Freddie Heucken Aw aeh, Bryant 475
inspectors; A. R. 1334 133 I the wardrobe_ .closet $r made by a S t :
McCallum. clerk. Atch .. 100A. 10054 Havana to master. *.S' Any amount from a dollar acceptedat .
Precinct No. -J. A. Gilmore. 11. Stur- R. ......1534. 153 few artistic soulji of flowered stuffs .. up
divant. J T. Filungim, Inspectors: P. It!. B. R. T. .,. 7S 78.iAI instead ofT! ther usual\ white musllnu1 r 4 per'cent paid thereon corr.poundea WM. A. BORMANS,
Prtchett. clerk.Precinct B. & O. .118Lne ,
1181" .
No. 10-J. T. Rigsby Burgess ....,...... 43% 435k which produces such a.white\rashed' effect AUTO FOR A TIBETAN! LAMA r Architectand Superintendent tji"M
Bryars. C. J. Ward inspectors; A. T. C.F.L ,....... 51U 51k when the closet door Is opened. $end'J pnqallyt Office-505 Brent Bulldlno/ i iPsjc.i
Eice clerk.Precinct. U. S. 46tf 46 Some of these rovers{are in* the form B. Win Hare t. BU& a .... .ef i. I.. via,
No. 11-JV. Emmons W. C. U. S.. Fref. .. 10 105 I I IHICKS'
Williams. VL.. Muns. in pectors. J. B. PS. .... 35% 3i 8143H of sheets to be folded around the hang- flu CM 11.. It

Stewart clerk.Precinct U & N, .,.,,...........!... ing dress. One sequel tq th* British! Iptruslon
No. 12-!. N. Andrews. W L. Lead ........................754 74 ,., : vtV4CAFUDIN I-
Moyer F. F. Bingham Inspectors: C.. E. M. P. ...........,........... 935 93I. into the forbidden Ian4 of Tibet, from ;
Wilson. clerk. C. ..'fl" 173% SOUTH'S NEED OF MEN. which age long custoni excluded( western '
Precinct No. 13-Thos. \V Kent Jas. C. Can Pac .,,.,....173% 1734 'Inventions,,-will be the Immediate I 'i
Clark. Otto \\hite Inspectors' ; Julius. N. Y. C. ...............i.12834 128* Ransacked to'Provide FIRST NATIONAL BANK MMtMOXLT COM4 'i ?
Jlenko, clerk.Precinct Europe : introduction of the automobile accordIng
P O .....,.:.. *, 89 -
No. 14-Jos. Brown Dixon B. Farm Laborers. S HEADACHES"COLDS
Reading 142Hit. 14054 to a special cable dispatch from
Reed. Sr.. John O'Brien, inspectors. Abe >
Lanlel8 clerk.Precinct R.. I P.... 27 171 170 27% The call of:tha cultivated Is so loud London to the New York Sun. Captain OF PENSACOLA. FLA. I it7

No. 1-T. S. Caro. Phil San- S. R. ...... 33"*\ 3314 that the call of the wild seems pretty 'O'Connor, British'trade agent at Cyan _ totIlHupa ; SS
chez. James Whitehead inspectors; J. E.Blera. Penna. ............1( ,. All 4ver.tbe )idas ,. 1 15
clerK U. P 13J4 faint in comparison. .tse, Is taking an eighty horsepower: D..Iflnated Depositary of the United States -55- M.Jin

Precinct No 1 -H. 1L Batcher, Luke 13 m.143Vx United States the farmers are howling motor car for ,the\ usa of the fraud I '- :
Flbwers. Jas. Ilubblrd inspectors; \y. B. '
Hubbird clerk. WItcher, Zemurray & Co.'s Pally Cotton for laborers. lama of'Tashl U W. W. H. Knowles. President. W. K. Hyer Jr., Vice-President and Cashier. TThTruL

Precinct No 17-J. E. Spoon. A. W. Letter. The voice of the south comes on every, !The Incongruity! I Js increased by tJ e Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W, N. Roberta. Aaa't Caskler.
Majors, Hiram Suggs, inspectors; T. N. :New York Ooct. 25. of the sauthern W.A. Elount W, IL K&owleg W X. C, PHIL IPS, Ph
Adam- clerk.Precinct -Januarys openedIn breeze. Scarcely one tact that. neither cart roads nor carta Dlrec re-f. 0. Brent. Un', Js.

No IS J. W. Bowman. J. A. New York this morning at 10.94 states but has sent Its agent abroad to are known I in.the neighborhood of Tutu D, O, Brent. Homeopathic. : 'j

J.Williams.Cushion,H.cterk C Johnson inspectors' T. Liverpool having failed to hol4 her adVance try to direct immigration to its own Lhumpo, and th.motor will,be the first' I PHYSICIAN sod SURGEON.M'j S ,

Precinct No. 19-A. B. Fi'lingim F. "it and shortly after on l lofter cables particular boundaries. Whole colonies wheeled,vehlcla.thnatiTes )have eea.. ': J Afllce and Residents, U N. .S : '
Wood. E A. and the continued heavy movement the .. 1 to .
Cooper clerk. Hall inspectors. J. B. of immigrant;! are being planted along The Taahl lama will have A road made r -- Hours- : 9to11am- I Po S 5
market continued on a downward course, Phone 63. S S
Precinct No 20-W. M McCurdy 'M. the railway lines and still the cry is from:his monastery te Cyantse where t
F. Martin bill Newberry. inspectors January selling at 10.80, at which pointit C.: W. L1MAI.PretUmt JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Catllar .00000000000000000000000000. ,
Mark McCurdj clerk. ; stood Just prior to the' reading of the (or more. there_is a new Britishtroad.- |l.t,;( 3sK1'y4a.rf5sidst' ..< (:" //ller. I.W.ANDREWS. Auislaat i Cathiir ; .
Precinct No. 21-John Bell. :It!. E. Hen- government report. Already several hundred German .The cay wjp p$ d lrpred Iji piecesat >>

dergon.Vaughan.J clerk.A. Patterson' inspectors; C. R. Traders throughout the movning\ session farmers have been located along the Calcutta and t keq by train to Dar SECRET SOCIETIES .

Precinct No. ::2W. :M. Bowman E. N. showed considerable nervousness in Southern railway between Richmond Jlllng where .it will be,loaded pnImcks the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ]

Jy-uican! J. H. Klpg, inspectors; W. IL regard to the figures pf the census bureau rod Danville Ya. Hungarians, Germans of cooUes 1' bmieit,.P1- ; PENSACOLA LODGE NO. ..

Mayo, clerk.rreclnct No. 25-IL C. Kellum. D. W. the general idea being that 4.600j .- and Poles are to be found on weighing 600 pounds, will b, ilonf on er PIHSHCQLA FL*. Pensacola Lodge. No. S, K. of P. 'S

Bowman W. J. Kellum inspectors, F.. J j 000 or under, would be construed as de- farms between West Point and Rich- poles and earriaa'br.ten ni eu. Itiwill S meets every Monday evening at 7:SO 1 -
seymour clerk. i ridedly huliUh. Promptly at 2 p. m., )iew Opera House Building. o'clock at their Uniporary Castle Hall 1 '
i York time the report was made public mond. These settlements are growing thus be carried onrthe froJea'l oun over Pous stabl West Intendencla St. I' '

DISSOLUTION NOTICE. I the amount of cotton reported as being constantly, says the Charleston News tain passes, some of them 14,500: :feet DESIGNATED\ DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Visiting S brethren S K cort JNmrC.. "F t tS

I I ginned up t? tbe 18th of October 916,009, and Courier and the farmers are sending : high and down':to the'Chumbs'valley, H. IIOBSLER. 1C of -R. 4 S. ," IL
Notice Is hfre'byIyen that the .counting round bales as half. 'The figures to the mother country {or theIr where.the parts:will be assembled, and CAFITAL STOCK, $200.000. SURPLUS $ O.09B.
flm of & :Moore/ '
Dailey proprietors S
of the Pensacola Tea .&. Coffee Company I II last year read 4,$40E66. and 6,417,896 In friends an relative *. thq car "will proceed 'under Its own PI RECTORS. KNIGHTS Of COLUMBUS. :
1904. The number of active ginneries reportIng At Valdese N. O, fifty families of along the new British' road aDaC1'08I Meetings Gf the
have this day, Oct. 24, 1906, by this last power! Henry t.. Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner.J. Knights of Columbus 'i'fr l
26,237 and
year are Italian farmers have been organized j ;
the Cyantse.
mutual consent dissolved partnership I I year 26,577.Directly level plains .. M. Weiffer W S, Rosasco, C, W. Lamar are held at their ball. ; : J
R C. Moore retiring from the busi after the reading of the report into a profitable community and they There a lama will learn the mysteriesof Ouimody T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders : No. I West Intend n- W t. i-=
S Bryan '
nt's. which will be hereafter conduct i. the market rapidly ill&ed to 10.60 for too are inducing colonies of their countrymen the chauffeur's art. It Is predicted A.MAvry. W. H. MIlton, 0. E. lauf1I7, Monday cia street.evening on at every 7;19 I f rj

ed by w. 0' Dailey. All accounts I January, but : duringthe to ,come out to America. Russian that once the Tashl lama has expert w. U Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah. (McKenzie Oertlng o'clock. .An .tnrlta. .J'l !

due said firm will be paid to W. G. !:January last 1063 half hour.December and cloning 1084. bad at farmers are now engaged in trucking enced the Joys .f motoring he will not S .,\lu c6owfn., C. M. Covington, M. & Clark. tlon ta extended t* :- )",I

Daftey and he will assume and pay I We look for a steadier market now at Aiken. S. G,-and.near Summervllle rest until be drives triumphantly the visiting/OHX Knights B. JOVK8. : t'jj. .
all liabilities of the firm of Dailey &, that this report is out of the way and I a little band of Fren -canadlaq sacred city of Lassa. This, however. trltl) cqaiUciej fee rent rl Uf, J lI.n 'Btf J5 l' the'JPr. Wwtt aparbCAIis J. S. LfeONAKD. Grand Knight. :
Moore. think purchases now will prove remunerative -I in aimlla.r'pursuits. with cccnedloB fq r the f oizveuIsncs.| cnit men, lLe ord.r. I : t ,.
W. C. DAILEY I for quick turns. Middling spots arequoted I farmers are Is'yet Impracticable owing t o the Jack 5 5' 1'
to-day: Dull at JO.J in Jvsw York most encouraging results. At Lumber vf roads. Foirporcent Interest Paid on TI,". Deposits. '5- ) I
Ga. Italian farmers anti woodworkers -
City. ;! '
Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of t ."
have found the country and "!.. :i't; -_ Rebecca. ra..U every Monday night at i2. .:. I
DEP08ITORYORShoal4 'WILLS.fltek7a ---- S t .'..oek 'in L 0. O 7 talLUitlnc S. '
.................................................... ; sawmills in that vicinity so remunera sIt** cordially Invited to be prtseat I 1.
: tive that they are urging their'ountrj.- ---==- MRS. J T: PULLIAlt N. O. ; 'j.Jt J-t _I
to there 3argogate "Ian CaSe Tlace MRS. UATTTB. ; NEVILLE See t C 4,
men come B Z'rev$444 Fog 'f" .. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK S t_ _ -f IRA
From Birmingham. Ala. to Greenville

I Surrogate James. C. CJJ'ltrl\ 1,1rQq I TH BON I! LODGE NO. SO.Ratbbon if
i Witcher Zemurray & Co. ii i Miss., Italians have been securedas It W
cotton growers. From Mobile 'to lynn\ refusing to admit to probate the PENSACOLA- I Pythias meets* Lodge every, No Thursday 10. ItnlgbU night at of :'-' .

Birmingham there are scattered settle. will of DavId fia.lste% a public of private depository A S .. and visiting brethren cordially Invited .
i Commission Brokers. .i.ii ments of German Hungarian and was to attend. ). M ROP B, C. C i: ;-'
Poisb farmtrs whose abilities and en- for will, sayi the Js'ew York TlmeHe C.J.LEvELK8. !.. ii
: said there shouL bt owe plage Correspondence Solicited-R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.S S t. 1.[
ergies have made a marked difference '
i iI iI in the neighborhood where they have designate! where they eou4! be safety S S 5M. E. B. A. Xo. tl. meets first and t, t(..
i; PensacolaII New Orleans -
and, kep flntil\ the> death of the testator J' third Wednesday .veni igi at 7:30 p. m.. i l'
established, themselves. Raffurd Hall Ko. JO West fatendencUSWEBNBT ;
W. Intandancla. 820 Common.. i I Ur. Ualt a4's will!, whI S had eeii ,- -.' '. street Jo,. O. FEu. Prea. f-

I I In existence: ; several years prjar to 111' Bonds. 1. 1. Becy '; l'i
FISH FOR MANY STREAMS. ; of Pensacola Improvement --5 --- -5 : li.
I death, was destroyed and; neier gffered City: 't.
4. O. O. F.
: NO |t.
Stocks Provisions .
il Grain for probate.: A5 bath witnesses\ to the!:! p nQrntnatl n, $1 OQO.00 eullD t.d January 1st. 1906. Seml.Annually.Maturing Jinuary- w Pensacola Lodge, No. 4. t O. O F. : i'fi ,fI'I-
PeonsTlv>Bla Railroad DUtribvtimCSlinnoiVB Redeemable Jin. lit i925. Interest Payable 7-10 !
I 193&. arenlng at
dea.4, Snrrogata tn t* every Thursday t
now SALE,
document PRIOR
t are TO
: bought and sold on margin or for Investment. : Throughout the State. WE, OFFR FOR SALI THISe BONDS SUUJEGT at the new han oa Belmont and Bayien ) So -
uffl! ;
i j Church found that there was not I'Ii AMQVliTS TQ SUIT PURcHASkR. streets. Visiting brethren cordially in- ; 't '
: t Early In this year the Pennsylvania elect evidegce of I It? ejection and refused vitedB.. RT WITHOVSKT. N. a 'Ii;!
4t railroad undertook a rather novel experiment of Pensacola A. KEBLK. >ecrtary ..
Out-of-Town Orders Bank J
Given Special Attention. to ;djnit it to probate The Peoples
I. that of assisting In stocking 5- wa.w L 1

t .. the mountain streams-of Pennsylvania Pensacpla, FJa. LIve Oak Camp No. L W. O VT. f It h".
I. the tit and 11'1I ;,e' '
Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. with I"roa1Hldatl." meets In Pythian 60 I
says a Philadelphia special teacher Instruct roota '''' t. Wednesdays ia each month. Visiting J i. t

t i dispatch to the I1ttsburgs'p\ tci_ i S : does your tha word IIttI1or1: Poes) ': -'-. S 5' SS'. fiveretanacerelia, 1Vimc. Co Co !.' ..It

....oe444+$4.....O..O..t.t.t++................. The experiment has proved so successful tie'er pronaunee she that the "h". ,ibould\ iesounded S LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.EVANSVILLE. ( .-<:
that henceforth It will be continued say ... ........ ............ r- f.I
.L ___ I with increased vigor. The company Ia cr that yumop I Is. the right .............. ... ...,." : I .,

Is ".ut It U strange how the aqthorl t vva-r"'l.: : .1. !
this work co-operating with, the ;=;; ,
How Our Acme trouble Flint I I United States government and the ties differ,about, tLis! word. Webster's &
the Standard gnd the i bank at 4
: state of Pennsylvania.: |11ntewationaJ. \ Deposit your money in a savings ,

Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels I More than 150,000 minnows, none:: of Century dictionaries all say that the when the Pensacola Home, and Sayings HAUTE
e. ; "h" should be sounded preftfea-e,. per c nt.t L, TERRE
'* made from the 'best Wool Felt. them more than: an Inch long have I stock
pitooess' with but they; give ya-mor a a secondary; ,! Association! will issue you paid-up!
SatUrAted. and coated under a new Asphalt. : I been turned over to the railroad by the I

>atxl a rubber-like on both sides(densely with compressed Silicate. ) Roofing Felt. 1.7 state of Pennsylvania., The state department pronunciation, Worcester the 'tu" prefers sound. ynmoF 91!- t S .bearing interest at 5 per cent, per ajinuin S pay;: RAILROAD I; 1-
allows I .
Pesiiu the action of vapor, acids and fire. I of fisheries did 'not' have put annu.aUy. '.
S able -
%ot affe' $ quoted by Worcester t sen1J THEDIRECTLINETO: S ;
ted by h& t cold. fift
he or enough: money at its command to distribute -' : J. S. Reese. R. ,M. GARY.
roifing that never leaks. : ten prefer yumor, It 1 iC worthy of H' Q. DyIlt.fttYice[ .i lenU Treasurer, Secretary,
Easily affixed su'The properly all the fish It had to S Pre
experience of twenty years proves It to be the beat I dispose of. and when all the clubs and :, note that Webster's. Pictianarf! In the i ;eetor -H. G. OeSllva. A. Qfeenhut. Knowlef HjT r, A, V. i CHICAGOand t ;.

Ready Roofing on the market... Individuals : i edition of 1S .6, calls!! yn-mor a, grossly CIub", C, \H, Dorr, Ot Maiar .
Put that kay had
up In rolls 32 inches wide and 40 feet inches long, '.: : ( fiaisbed ana! jet the q bsutq Pai4f4ie. t all point In the
pronunciation. i
containing IDS square feet, wrapped In heavy easing I putting; la their applications' it t Inelegant ; v
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. I looked as if the other thousands would. 'l later editions allow tt.Tbls shows ........ .................................,........ I I5 ;;u
been and Northwest r-t
have to be thrown away. that the yv-mor pronundatsoq! PR North h

3Ply 80 lbs. roll complete. TI' I growing all the time, whicn may reasonably -- ,
per It will take three year for the fish -- f &
attributed t9 J IU e1ptu9p.y
2-Ply 70 lbs. roll omplete.., I to grow to maturity and then, those be Rounl !
per aid ease of utteranc .-lftchanCleaaUc c It will Exceptionally Low : \ hB
that haven't
died will be from six to Subscribe'forthe Journal
1-Ply 60 lbs. roll complete.
per ,
I ten Inches !cng. Before the three years Trip Rates to all Summer H rJ

Samples V*(* *. 2 and Full Particllars Free. and 11flJ'J. are op though many more fish will DoU,.'. clothes are UOU.on the yn; door for j 1 JOc Tourist Points.D. .
Insulating and Paper.Carolina 1-ply. Tarred Roofing.:Paper Sheathing i have been distributed In the same way Dolly's' dishes falrlr sMn; be delivered your aweek. f JJ,

: r' by ,the Pennsylvania.. It expected: Dolly' home IS swept fl through,; H. Hillman 8. L. Rogers, {--l. 'fl

Portland Cement C.O.1 that the scheme will result i in developing Chairs end tables notbcr.look May like xw.DoUy's S c.P.a.'rA. .,. Gen.raIAg't.. }L LEvnYIII ,.!J

'. t a very fine line of fish_ In the. "Q Utti c1ea1l1i: hop. to4q. .. (IRd. J4uhviile. T-. ,.' !:,
Atlanta Ca. 11k *
t ,
' strear., of the Allegheny mountains. s to.: J.

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", Art. Best:leather J : e'e'n I
Are indeed works of Shoe. And a Number of'Pensaco-. two sides of the building the elevated

in the world in their makeup and they. fit, .lians Leave for Montgomery '_:'r'. We w handling excellentline made railway still tracks harder hemmed the work itin of. the fire and I I

s. the foot as nature made it.They're -- GlovesOveralls Shirts men. Then another obstacle arose.
to Witness':Contest. pf : ; i The firemen did not have sufficient
ladders, and many of these they had THE HABERDASHER
I Caps 'Underwear] and ,Shoes all at the time'did not reach to.the. upper
,. floors. As dense smoke filled the 222 S. Palafox.MEN .

Comfortable ;John A, the fast pacer owned by Union Made and especially 2 building,. evidently coming from the
Captain T. E. Welles is entered In I burning stock of merchandise on the ARE LEARNING
one of the races on the program at floor below some of the occupants THAT RvBYJ.IFE

I pie: Montgomery track to-day and adapted Railroad Men's use ii probably were never ,able to ASSURANCE
.to. Incomes are malntainea
last night quite a number of Pensacol- I | leave their rooms.. debts mortgazM
It Standing Walking Sitting ians left for Montgomery to see the Ladders Too Short. protected, secured nndsreh! e!

f' horse perform' among then being We extend you all a special invitation I When the firemen arrived at the ed enterprises safe. Investments guarded given business permanent render
Capt. Welles Geo.. T. Morgan, Jas. burning- building they saw men hanging value and capital preserved. A ooL.W
Johnson, A. I Woollen and others. from window sills on the upper
call in and let show tin THE EQUITABLE does all tB
Other Shoes This will be the first race In which :to us you. i ili floors, and frantic women with babiesIn and more-provides for the
$4.00 to $6.50-all "John family
[ af.
a John A. has been entered at Montgomery Ii their arms and children clinging to ter your death. Send us
; White quality," and guaranteed. and those who have watched: These goods a.e all fresh stock. Y them leaning far out from the windows age and address.KNOWLES your name.
; the work of,the-animal all season be.. 1 1Ii unable to find any means of escape -
lieve that he will add another victory and yet taking advantage of the BROS.. InsuranceOpera
to'his long_$ginz. .So farinrba | ,- -,- Yours for business '2 little fresh air whIch the windows af-
won .vQ1'rrtce in wh'ch' he has been Ii forded. The firemen quickly'ran-thcir
entered and always'in straight heats. ladders up, but they did not reach HouseOne
'The animal is entered to-day in the the third floor. Many persons were
Yy : THE JOHN WHITE STORESpecialists 2:18 Tennessee stake race the purseof COil on the above floor. The firemen first -

whIch' Is $500 for ihe' winner.It Watson Parker & Reese devoted themselves to the people on Night Only,
;..'t.. f
is probable that a larger crowd the second' and third floors. and did
1 ; In Men's and Boys' Wear would have gone than left last night + not then heed the screams of the people FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26.
had it been known that the horse had above. Many of the persons"fE
2" ; been entered for Friday. Even the "EVERYTHING TO WEAK"mm I the interior of the house were over HelenByron
I \i Phone 225 203-207 8. PALAFOX owner did not know until late yes- come by the dense smoke, and had to
J terday afternoon when John A. be carried out by the firemen but .IN.
was ..
............NNN, .N.NN.N N ..e.NO..HN..eHN the
to race. but late in the afternoon received many were able to escape' down Comic
a telegram announcing that 1 ladders without assistance. After %et, Military Opera.
t -, he had been entered for Friday ling every one they could find out_of I I
l'IIA Y ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY the second and third floors, tile, firemen I I 't
The Chocolate FIRST turned their attention to the
Prepared do 'all electrical repair-lag on short notice. Ring phone 570 and arepresentative In an obscure but picturesque little people above. As the ladders did not SKitty"
f. will calL W. T. Bidwell. President' ,and. Manager 205 S. Baylen village of faroff Germany there Is a reach above the third floor, the men
treat. place called the ."Chocolate on the fourth floor literally pitched
Care"where their wives and children down to the

I ..................... .(. .. ...................tN1N. The patients thin people eat and go.to drink become'cocoa stout and WILL HAVE A E Of jumped firemen down on the themselves ladders,' 'and Some then of COMPANY OF-60

.,..., chocolate all the time: 1.whfle they rest, the more excitable ones jumped to the Pretty Girls, Catchy Music.

admire the'scenery. gossip and grow ground, and were either killed or'badly -
You Can Preparea Mel\ll fatter every day. The true secret of injured. Some whom. the firemen Imported Costumes.
i II- j the great success of this treatment Is : tried to, catch fell the entire distance.I Prices 25c to $1.50.

the happy way the, chocolate bas T>f fattening :TROUBLES : : 1EASONWill $ N to the ground., Thrilling Rescues. _

right places, settlingIn
at less and.in1 convenient and Jesse Ford a laborer carrying his
quicker cost
iJ < more o the hands, the arms, the neck,and ; SATURDAY, OCT. 27th.
wife in his arms, climbed out of a
f T \: ; cleanly way oila. :: :* :. o the shoulders, making the fair patient window of the fourth floor.; He walked MATINEE AND NIGHT.
prettier and plumper all the time. When He Tackles Roose Occur To-Morrow Be- along a beam until he reached a
t The really .effective part of this cure point directly over a fireman's ladder

1. GAS RANGE '! may be tried at home by any .persevering velt's Simplified Spelling tween City Elevens at then dropped the wou>*n'toa fireman COUNTESSOLGA
$ below. The fireman caught her and
woman and the,medicine is so

3: 1'. than. by any other"method known., $12.00 or $13.00 $ I.very' palatable and the method so simple List. in ,November.The Palmetto Beach. then passed went her back safely and to the got ground.his nine-Ford

will install in kitchen for that there actually.. It seems, no I months-old! baby and saved it In a VON HATZFELDI
ready use. |
f range your all of shoUld.
i reason why us ,not be of 1 1I like mrnner.. He then Jumped him

r i I Just the desired weight; anyway the I troubles ,of. the;.weather man,. The first battle on the gridiron in self and was. caught by a fireman.H. the And Musical Her Big Girllcal Company Comedy of FiftyIn Success,

I, Pensacola Gas suggestion deserves'an honest trial, I at Pensacola are to increase on and Pensacola this season scheduled for G. Wilson was one of the first
[ Company | and even if nothing be gained, why, after November 1. After that date to-morrow< afternoon when the Y M. persons on the fourth floor to get the
surely nothing can be lost the public must not be shocked if in C. A. TJgers and the Pensacola High attention: of,the firemen. He appearedat THE LITTLE
|, Phone 148. 24 and 27.E. Garden Street. .1 I the summary of weather conditionson School eleven will meet there. The a window directly above a ladder

.......,............................................! Statrrrar _Cloaeta. :the map they notice.about half the and two elevens are about and even it in Is expected weight and dropped Wilson his then baby down to a fireman. -
playing strength threw his wife.
1 A woman who found her steep back words misspelled, or at least think DUCHESSTHE
stairs as little ornamental as they they are misspelled, for the order has that the game will be one of the and she was saved and he followed, .
gone forth that artE1'that date Mr. interesting football contests of the escaping serious injury.
: REASONS WHY MANY SUITS were useful has had them convertedInto Roosevelt's, simplified! ; spelling list season. The game will be called upon John Lynch grabbed the baby of GREAT LAUGHING ANa

... two closets, one opening out of must be followed to the letter and the arrival at the grounds of the 3 John Sparks and jumping with the .:r. BEAUTY SHOW.
t' I No.74 her dining room the,other on the second all correspondence on matters pertaining I o'clock car from the city and the child fell in the burning debris be- -- -
WERE FILED floor. The steps were removed to official business must be 'teams will line-up as follows: low. Both disappeared and were

A Real .FOURPLY bodily and a glass door opened into spelled In .the,style.decresd by the I Y. M. C. A. Tigers-Caro, center; killed. Night Prices 25c-MatinesSr:to $1.50. 50 and 75 cents.
'Ut/l7 the dining room from where they had president I Mallory, right guard; Childedson right Another baby thrown down was

t. TEN PROCEEDINGS. FILED IN. .THE been. The space Inside she had pan .So it is well that the public be notified tackle; Brent, right end; Barrow left caught; by a fireman uninjured.The .
Collars lastn. the 1 I eled, and rows of shelves were built in in advance, that the entire.blame ;guard; Morgan right tackle; Scholls, fire interrupted the street car MONDAYOCTOBER: 29.
CIRCUIT COURT YES- I end; Finch, quarterback; Brent. traffic on the elevated road, and a
cannot rest tie weather man.lIeU
t Laundry.. Lion Brand well up to the ceiling. The lower ones upon
If, in )his summary heshould say the ,half; Oerting, left halt Lurton motorman car stood just opposite
Collars TERDAY.The I were used for china and the upper temperature "dropt,'' that he I full back. the burning building, said he
f are ones. for A small windowcut ; five six MATINEE AND NIGHT.
1 preserves. means It has ."dropped or If he t Pensacola High School-A. Wllker- saw or persons in the tippet
all FOUR-PLY. 1I I Into the. side yard. admitted light should state that it "lookt" ,cloudy son or M. Bell center; DeSilva. right floors smoke and toppled over into
Into what was really a small shelf guard Yates, tackle W. D. Wilkerson -tie ruins. I .
f following new suits were filed along the Atlantic coast, kindly remember : ; ,
5 cents each, 2 for.25 cents. yesterday in the office of the clerk of lined room. The, whole cost little. that ,he i$ following Mr right end; White or Boyett. left SHEPARD'SMOVING

*' AT ALL GOOD SHOPS the circuit court yesterday: 1 Upstairs capacious linen closet filled (Roosevelt. And It 'lie should announce guard; ,Freeman left tackle; Shuttle-t DETERMINING LEVELS. PICTURESand
,V.J. & B. Forbes vs. Robert Hen- in the vacant space. Another woman that he "mist" his weatherreport'iroma worth left end; White quarterback tf -
Roberts, right half Palmes, left halfback I Method toy Which Every Man Way Da
derson damages $200 Sullivan Sullivan ;
I ; & who did not wish to have \he stairs .c2rtaln place and that
attorneys for plaintiffs. actually taken out had the tipper> land- he is "prest" for time, is "mixt" in ; Bell, full back.A .' f| His Own Surveyor.

;' Florida and Alabama Geo. W. Pryor:& Sons vs Ben Dolphin ,' Ing converted Into closet,.but left the his forecasts, and is '"thoroly" disgusted Most Worthy Article. I A simple way of roughly detennln- Illustrated Songs,
damages >500;. Sullivan & Suili don't blame him, for he is Sag levels and one which cam readily
stairs underneath, using ahem from j When an article, has beep on the
Avery, attorneys for plaintiffs. this i be and which by
following simplified spelling i, practiced by any one _
the first store closet for market for years and gains friends
as a .
Kate M. floor
vs. Alexander Benson
1 lANWMfANY divorce; Chas. H..Laney solicitorfor brooms, buckets and, the.like, style.WIFELY- every year, It is', safe '4to call this I the advantage of not requiring any Mr. Joe Waters.
complainant SYM ATH'i medicine worthy one. Such is Ballard's special apparatus, is by means of a
spirit level and board witha -
: : It a straight
and Dealers la Louise Hicks vs. Tom Hicks, divorce { t.: .M t' Horehoupd'SyroP' positively
I Chas. cures coughs' .and all Pulmonary,, edge. The way to go about it is this: Price*-15, 25. 35 and 50 cents Matinee
1 LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES ; H. ,Laney solicitor for There Arerii_ .e&Wbea It Is Bad Fo
,AND KILN-DRIED SAP. complainant Doctors Say"Drink '. B.. .Dd. diseases. One of the best known merchants -|i First determine on two points the lev- Prices--25: and 50.cents.
a f .. Maude. D. Emanuel vs. Geo. J. Is married in :Mobile Ala., says: ;i els,of which 'yon wish to know and ,
:a.tt Suppose after -a woman
Emanuel, divorce C.: M. Jones "For five years my family has not t drive stakes into the ground. Then
Seats at torch
sale Coe's book )
on store
Beer"DISTINGUISHED she finds that her husband is one of been troubled with the winter coughswe i
SCARRITT MORENO. complainant.E. | take a board wltha'stralght edge and a t nooruGULF
the kind who are easily discouraged owethis to Ballard's Horehound|
SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS M. Pyle and husband vs. Columlus t tack it to a tree if one happens to beavailableJ
'Aoent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co., Show Case Co.; a corporation, and who are quick to give up in the Syrup. I know It has.saved my ch'l-f' in line with 'these
i Canton. Ohio Watson, Parker & Reese Co., face of difficulties. How can she. help dren front many sick spells" ) a two CO.
Office and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St. gar- PHYSICIANS ARE |stakes. Put the board at such a height CITY COFFEE ,
nishees damages $250; Avery & ., him and arouse him from his feelingsof ,
i} Avery attorney for plaintiffs. LEADERS OF THE OPPOSITION_ despair and lethargy? that you can'readily sight over it and H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager.
!:t Martha Dixon vs. Isiah Dixon, divorce The difficult' I carefully level this board by-means of
TO TOTAL ABSTINENCE.In problem is a one;but.bj Boasters, Blenders and Shippers of
i ; John .P. Stokes' solicitor, for no means Impossible of solution., A cOFEE6} the spirit leveL Then sight it over to-

: complainant. the United States and throughoutthe wife, however, must act warily and ward one of the stakes ,having some Fine CoffeesOUR
Henry Owens vs. Ida civilized world there is a fast-grow-
f'it Owens divorce one at that stake who will, bymeansof
tactfully If she Is to :
trig, determined, intelligent opposition to bring ,
; John P,' Stokes solicitor for small COFFEES SOLD BY ALL
of ARE
c a piece paper locate the
complainant. the total abstinence crusade and those desired result In the first place of
persons are now recogpized as the real essential that Wears the Pionas* point at which your line of vision cuts GROCERS. GIVE THEM ATRIALTHE
it is
Mary Gary'vi.. Chas. Gary, divorce; temperance workers-temperance workers course absolutely I
ib.f C. H. Alston solicitor for ,complainant : I with a mission-who advocate the she should hide her'real-'feelings con- Coffee Roasters of It-in other words where a line' projected
\ substitution of mild, healthful beverages. cerning her husband if. these tend from your sighting board would
I like beer to take the place of strong West Florida.
l'... t Adona Yong vs Arthur Young di- liquors. toward the slightest contempt strike the stake. Make some sort of
.,..<' vorce; Gea W.' Parker solicitor for The 'most learned and distinguished Secondly she must take care not,to mark at this point and then ,Bight to TYPICAL AMERICANis
1 complainant i physicians advocate the moderate, the the other stake in the same and
"in sympathize with his weakness. Easily way
.ry temperate use of stimulants and they '
w agree that pure beer is best of all. Prof. discouraged men have a craving for i mark the point where the fine would
rpt C. A. Ewald, 1L D, one of Europe's BLENDS familiar with Webster's Dictionary
The> strike It. By measuring distances
Word"Craalc. that
Intense. A
which Is
t a most renowned scientists. says: sympathy very Mc.HUCH'S as his guide and authority from
Crank In the sense of an' eccentric "A moderate use of stimulants within wife's sympathy with her husband's I these- two points areabove the ground
Is the limits of prudence is not only permissible yon can get the difference In levels his earliest school days until he
person .
a new word The very first failures often causes the latter to lose
:; ; but necessary. especially if the have A trial] of official
reaches rank
written instance of crank in the mod- mental or physical efforts of the individual energy, ambition and even shame at I no equal. with reasonable accuracy. For In- the highest '
ern sense that could be found for Dr. are extreme." being a failure. She -thus docs harm will convince the con stance if your line of vision' has cut power business responsibility, or
We and enumerate
might on thou.
f' { Murray's dictionary was In the reportsof sands of similar go expressions from men Instead of good. one stake eight ,feet from the ground literary eminence.The s

.1-J, I I., the trial of Guiteau, President Gar- of equally high standing: in the nadir Hope praise encouragementtheseare noisseur that we and the other one five feet from: the New and Enlarged Editionof
cal and scientific world, but ;for
I '! field's murderer. Guiteau's referenceto bids. It should suffice to space say that the levers with which a wife-may make no extravagant ground, then obviously thedifference Webster's International Dictionary -
somebody as a crank gave the worda throughout the world the popularity of spur her weak husband up the ladderof In level Is three feet or.In other words
vogue that has beer as a healthful mildly stimulating. will him ,claims. the vicinity, of the stake with its 25,000 added words
l gone on spreading.But temperance beverage Is Increasing, and success but sympathy pull on which the revised Gazetteer, and
the adjective crankywas knownIn with the Increased popularity of beer down. Of course, it Is a difficult un- mark is five feet. from the.ground I* completely
.;, '. 1787'as meaning sickly (the.German comes greater temperance. among. the. dertaking to alter a.'man's character Wholesale RetsiiGROCERS three feet higher than the other stake. completely revised Biographical
people. and
f A "krank"), and to Dickens In the senses According to the greatest physfclansand / and Instill into him qualities that he and you will have a three foot fall Dictionary, has standing and &::1-

t. of cross and ttochet}".' ,In all Its mean- scientists all people there for is such'actual a need does not possess by nature. but a from draining from this point to. the thority"wherever the English language -
Copyright 1906 ings It springs from, the root Idea of as among beer The best beer Pabst beverage Blue wife's fortune is bound up In her hus- other.-Farming is spoken. It has 2380

36::r. i TIM HOIMO of Kuppnh,*. crookedness, as does crank in Its sixteenth Ribbon contains only a little over three band's. What he Is socliJlY and financially quarto pages with 5000 illustra
: cent. of alcohol and Is rich in whole
centuq sense of a deceitful per she Is, and If she sits down quietly Sandwich received
-4 sOme food elements. It Is truly a tern of FIUI.. tions. The International
; t FORM FITTING. trick, as in "quips and cranks." perance. drink. All doctors agree that and accepts failure she Is as weak and all kinds Feed. Out of a hundred sandwich fillings ,

-1:. Notice the form-fitting lines enough this small to be percentage intoxicating of-stimulates alcohol-not digestive and as cowardly as be Is. Stuffs.Pluto the following are unusual: Equal parts THE GRAND PRIZEthe

Y-if '. which eason's are Coats more than decided, heretofore.In this no History of Tacitas. activity and nerve force. The A wife who wishes to encourage her of chicken and ham finely mixed and HIGHEST AWARD at the World's
The entire hlstoq'of food strength of the beer makes it nourIshing husband should makehim believe that seasoned with
Drop in to-day and try one on. Tacitus, as we to body and mind alike. curry powder; minced Fair; St. Louis.
A Kuppenheimer label' is your have the work, was regained from a Those who appreciate the very finest she thinks him one of the cleverestof tongue and hard boiled eggs, seasoned
'f!: guarantee of quality single copy found in the fifteenth century quality In beer drink Pabst Blue Ribbon men. Not for one moment should : Water with mustard; minced hard boiled
Beer, because they know of ,itsabsolute The Pan flail Gazette of
;7 i'z $16 to $27.50-Less. In a monastery of Westphalia. purity and cleanness its superior food she allow him t ., 1rn 15 Per Cent. That we should owe the works of this value derived from Pabst exclusive eight- consider he is the very essence of courage with lemon Juice; water cress the production of a word book

a!:; r author to one copy is a remarkable circumstance day alcohol.barley malt Pabst and Blue Its tow Ribbon percentageof Beer, determination and perseverance., Wholesale and Retail chopped fine seasoned with salt and which has no equal in the English

,y for the Emperor Tacitus, the choicest of all bottled'beers' la the The more a man knows be does not pepper and chopped bard boiled eggs; language.
who claimed to be. a descendant of the beer to keep in your_ home-the beat possess these qualities 'for which his equal parts of minced ham and celerymixed
beer to drink and the healthfuLS.
H. 0 ANSON historian, had copies of the 'history most wife lauds him the more sure he is to with mayonnaise; cold roast FREE"A Ted fa Proa1lMWio1.1JJostruct1ve
and entertaining
r' 1'' placed In every, library of the> empire affect them and to try)0.< live op to New ..Orleans Grocery Co chicken and Bold cooked oysters chopped for the whole f mJr- Also

- CASH CLOTHIER and each year,had ten copies transcribed A. FRIEDMAN P om.179 what he believes safe thinks he Is. fine? cold corned beef and green illustrated pamphlet. \::Iwmrtn

9. I for presentation to scholars. All. It .ant 's. Palafex ,Street There Is no other man who makes such peppeft minced; cold mutton chopped G.&Co MERRIAM CO.

= i Corner .Pilaf at .a.. WIiI.. seems,'perished. save the Westphalianeopj. Pabst BlniRibbon'BeerWUEN a show, of bravery as tbe"1lan.who suspects Jas. McHugh fine and moistened with mint sauce; -PUBLlSKERSorcrDIiJ'' e'
:- his own courage.SepTprkAmerican Cream cheese and bar-le-doc nixed to SPRINGFIELD MASS.

( '_. .- OKDEnraa ASS.FO& PABST 1 4 'Pho'n.e I 05. Proprietor a paste::. J

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