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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 28, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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RAPID FIRE END Champion. .. Republican / I WECROpfNOORSEIiHELAW&N'D i I'MAYOR BLISS. .. CUARGES't :,,


Slush Fund-Gollectot : : ., : .

I r' ORDER',LEACHES DAMACtD CEMENT: IS ,USED 4

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'Adopt-Resolutions. Endorsing- Measures-to-Suppress 1! In CthistructingFound: tion 4 4

Crime) : Among Negroes Throughout. State of MANY 'FOOTBALL.BAMESPLAYED : -'S. -S: '
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By'Associated Press. ton. Governor Jelka'.told"the '
and Hugfies Made negroes
Hearst a II I- Montgameryy AUL.Oct; 27.-The .that the races-were-Jiving under..conditions ,. ,
Whirlwind Finish .1 negroes of Alabama, headed by that 'canhotlasV-SUch"condI.-. SPECIAL MEETING
Last
Booker T. Washington- at the Ala- tions must improve; or,the races.must' '
bama Agricultural Fair t =day'adopted sep rate."" '5\'-"?"**"""* b 4. 's

Night. I II resolutions endorsing, the organisation.of He advls d' the negroes, to treat YE-STERDY .
law and'ordar. .kagnei throughout members .of their.jrace who have, no Of City Council May .Ba j
, the state to suppresa crime-among the regard for: law as utcasts,,.from the -

-I II negro: "race.TheA" resoutlons.were. race and]to'..inculcate.Ideas, of good -:.. Called to Investigate: ; > ", .:
COURT OF l APPEALS adopted stlrrjas speeches by citizenship and thrift into the incoming .
West Point antI'the': Naval \
Governor Jelks a2.Booker, Washing generation., .. : \ : ii'

r --., MAYOR STATES THAT CEMENT :

Hold.An Extra*Session I I I Academy\. Both_ ? Among;. ; : BEINGUSED'W1ADAMGED'B : '

Hay} "tjr BIRMlr\fIJ\ lAM EMBEZZ'I.ER. : : a-- r the LOsers. WATER DURING HURRICANE-\ J

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'juRY WORK NOT UNDER ,SUPERVISION I .
-- -- (1'NbicTED. BY GRAND: By Associated Press.Atlanta ".'- ( .t,
Oct. 27.Following are OF BOARD OF PUBLIC
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IN MATTER OF DEBARRING ,INDEPENDENCE 1 ti-- : ; the scores In football games played % ;'
LEAGUE' CANDI I_ '' to-day In various parts of the country WORKS. ,
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Former? 11e Chisoim :Held for Trid'in.Federal.Court.His i ,. ., : -- ,
DATES FROM MAKING RACE- I | ., At Atlanta::;:Tech 4,,,Davidson ,College .. 'j :
Also Under Indfctoeht- N, C. 0. A matter which win probably cane -
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT MAKESAN Accomplices: At "Philadelphia-Carlisle Indians an investigation is the announcement 'J I '
S : 24, University; of Pennsylvania 6. by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss that in hisopinion ; ; ; t ,
UNEQUIVOCAL ENDORSE. : s Result of Investigafion.It,.. It "At\ Ann Arborllch.Unhersity: damaged cement is being 2 '
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MENT OF HUGHES. I '" 28, Illinois University 9., used by the contractor in the fouft- ,:- '
'.J Point-'Harvafd' hall the conT'i .' ; t
At West 5, West dation of the new city
By Associated -Press.Birmingham' of Giber;.& Clay" ,upon, the same Point'O. tractionof which has just com y ,. :j'
OcLS7.r-The; Federal charge. ;T At New York:-Princeton 14, Cornell menced. The mayor in an Interviewwltn ; '
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By Associated Press. grand jury' this afternoon t.eturned' Gordon DuBose,? president of the 5. a Journal,representative Fri. :,' : '
27.-A seek or energetic -
York. Oct '
New Tor tile state seven Indictments .agalast :Alexander First NatonalBanfc of. Ensley, was At New'Haven-Y l .U, Amherst 0. day stated that he had notified Chairman .-' '
;; campaigning I. indicted for embezzling. national bank. At Springfield, Mass.-Darmouth 0, :L. Hilton..Green; of the Boardot ,' ;. "
wet was brought to a whirlwind R. Chlsolm, former paying' teller of *- I ,.
I funds. Williams 0. Bond trustees..,and the latter 'has re- "'. f
fciiso to-night when tens of thou the First National Bank, who it is alleged J. W. LeaschEarle'Vans and J. R. I'
be
.I At Chicago-University :33, Indiana plied In a letter to Wm in which ;; "
sinds listened to election arguments 'defaulted fof"'one- hundred Wheeler,, employes of"the Louisville Architect .,1 .'t
,University 8. stales that he, has notified .
and state. '
ttrougbout the city l.thousand dollars fourindictments' & Nashville, were indicted on "the I At Charlottesville University of Ausfeld, who' has the. contract for ,
Hearst again took tip the local against P. G. Smith, manager of, Fos- charge '.of having'* discriminated Virginia ,1%, RIchmond OoIleg 6. supervising the construction; : and it I ..
fi.;bi. addressing seven large meetings *er & Co., brckers, who are charged against members of the 'Order of I I At Washington Georgetown 8, is' probable that the architect will J
in Brooklyn and Queens county. with having aided and abetted Chis- Railroad Telegraphers; The prosecution Washington Lee !L.. I come here at once from Montgom i tI
Hashes made eight .rapid fire I oto, and one indictment against W. was brought by t.he' order several I.* At Andover, Mass. -Harvard Fresh- ery. .' ,
speeches in as many towns during L. S4mms, of tie lccal officelfE '. t.
manager weeks agoANOTHER Phillips Academy 0. tYesterdayafternoon the.mayor wanUll ; :
men 6. I
the day and reached Olean for two POSTMASTER GENERAL GEO.10. CORTELYOU.-: f ___ j jA At Richmond. Va. 'Polytechnic. considering the matter and sta:1: : ,
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more tonight.It announced to-day' that Chief Mr Cortelyou-isTrow In New York state for the purpose it la said, ofshowing University of N. C. 0. i ted thathe vae somewhat puzzled. as l r .'
was will entertain formal the Hughes campaign committee how to gather sheckels' for political : At Annapolis-'Naval Academy 0, I to what' steps to take In the matter, 1
Judge Cullen application Bucknell 0. but thought that, he would stop the c ; :, -:'
on Monday for a special-session purposes., > VETERNSJOININ : J 0 A BOAT At Nashville-.Vanderbllt 4h-,. Uni-I work on .the. building! Monday and i+ 1
of the court of appeals. :The '
verslty of Texas \iO. j call the council in' special session to ,", 'f ,
convene Tuesday
court will be asked to -
and hear an appeal from the 'decision Y. (VI. C. A. SECURES THE Three Burned to Death | there pass upon is no the person matter supervising as at present the :Ytr;: : !!
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of the appellate division which Armourdale, Kas., Oct;, 27.Three' work fog the city and looking after ; ,
practically wiped out the Indepen- A SREAT[ T fOR MILTON Mexican laborers were burned to its interests. g-,, I'
dence Leagues congressional, senatorial CUB dec.ti: .in a boarding house. fire here 'Regarding the damaged cement the -. '
anti assembly!; ticket in New PErSAOL4BOAT today. the hurricane "'t. '
mayor stated that during I
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REPUBLICAN_ CANDIDATE" .. Bpajthouse, Beats-and. AlljEquipment; on Little Bayou Is ".. : > : fiUMMARYOfTHE That portion of the cement" however \
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New York, Oct 27.-The first pub-' : '- .... which has become8errtn each bat"1 1-
lie Now in .Possession 1 hAociatidn-idWilF' : -- ,. -..:, 'being! used but the mayor ; ,
otfe'-acce of President Roosevelt o t .. ___ ; _; ret Is .not
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whether .or"not
the questions
upon campaign in Mew! York was :
conveyed to a republican mass meeting Be:Greatly Improved. '.1 Foes of "Years. Ago 'Vied 1 Captain John Rouse to Purchase lot has not been damaged to eome. it.:

at Cooper Union to-night In the I '. 1 MONTGOMERYR R extent and does not believe that ,It !'

form ot an endorsement of the candidacy -. In Raising Each a Steamer in New should be used In the foundation of S -, ,
ot Charles E. Hughes for governor Through an rran eIPent.' between sports and to make the place a popu- the building.
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Marcus Braun chairman of the A portion of the foundation has already ., ,
; the Pensacola Boat Club and .th'e', lar resort for all ages. Other's Valor.By ., Orleans. "
gathering read the message which he 'Instruction will be given in rowing, f been placed, and when a Jour -
received from the presidentAs Young Men's, Christian/ Assofciation: paddling and swimming. The ,top n_. R RACES nal representative visited the site 1
read. the message said! "Anyonewho the latter organization' has securedall floor will be fitted up for the use of yesterday afternoon it appeared very* '-
believes or tries to convey the rights and property:of the Pensa those who wish to spend some of the Associated Prtss. l. Another: steamer is ,to be'add'd to firm and hard. S ,
Impression that I am not heart and cola Boat Club Including its lease, I hot summer_nIghts on the. Bayonl: I Vlcksburg Oct. 27. This: was the I I the already large ,number plying out The mayor states that the charter 4' '
soul! for Hughes is either wilfully or Little I i'Aquatic events will be arranged to closing day of the dedication ceremonies -i of Pensacola for various points.Cap provides that work of this character fj : '
the house'
club on I
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Inadvertently laboring under a.delu other I include all sorts of water sport's and of the Illinois, MpmcraI'at tain Jimmie Rouse Is to purchase a Three Events Pulled Off shall bp done under the'supervision -
the boats, and at
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Ion. I am first last and all the time and oars ; j vessel and place her in the trade between of the Board of Public Works, under ) I I'
equpiment'of the old Pensacola BoatClub. arrangements be made fOr entertaining tae national park. < 1$
for Governor Hughes. because I know Pensacola' and Milton and also instructions by ordinance or resolution ci
and! feel that he stands precisely for ladies on excellent special occasions. Union and Confederate veterans i i: points further up the BlacKwater river Vandiver Park on I of the council, but that so star '' 4
tie! same principle that I stand for." This property will: in future be run This seems an arrange- [to night Joined In 'a great camp fire 1 I!making trips about twice each week. i toe council has proceeded without I '
as a part of the Y- ,Mc- AIt Is ment 'from the standpoint: of both OP Orleans and ;, F. '
the Y M.: whlchwas attended by five thousand I I He left last night for New Saturday.Special siring the board any instructions ,
Interested, .
the Intention of that 'association to ganiZations as deal there at.
I:with a view of closing the latter has of course paid no i ;i. ,
CLEARING WORK AT put the boat house yi 'Perfect condition C. A. needed such a resort for the people. The foes of forty years ago.i for a steamer about the size ot the I tmHon 'to the work. } SI
together'with'the present equip summer and the gentlemen who! originated !-[Tied in praising the valor of each one he desires and if Be does the to The Jourr The mayor also stated yesterday afternoon -j i;' ,
of boats, and in add'tion to add the boat club tics perpetuatethe at an Montgomery, Ala.. Oct. 2,
ment other. vessel will be brought over when he visited the site that
"a number of rowboats for the use Institution to whichrthey have i the trade at ing- is .the summary of the ri.....w ..t S
SAN FRANCISCO I' The presiding officer for the Union early date and placed in it is possible that -the cement may : ,
,do 'not care .fot' shells I given so much time and'money under the Vandiver Park to-day: .
of those who ; men Judge Harvey Trimble of once. It it the intention to have be a* good as any, but that he does -'. .t !'
its was First Race-% 15 trot, 2 in 3,
It is intended add auspices which guarantee' : purse i ,
boats. of draught
and race for the Confederates I boat, which will be light not think It good policy for the foundation : ,
proper conduct. Illinois and $400: Rolin 1, 1: Afton 3, 2: Riddle, ..
and ; Hil
water
Special to The JournaL facilities for bathing run as far as twenty"mflea above of an taDOrtant city building j ,
Captain B. A. Campbell and among :
Ban: Francisco Oct. 27.-The stren- 2, 4; Betsy Ford 4, 5; Rn.-e( Belle, of cement regarding I
the General Stephen; D.. he'placed
*:)>ns work of past weeks begirt;, to speakers was ::ton.The new steamers will handle naval 35. Time2:13'4: %:13j. which there'Is any question and especially '
chief of United
Lee, commander-In tae for all trot '
show and the cement bottoms of many Wireless Station stores principally on' her' return trip, Second Race-Free or when the 'city has no experienced J
Pensacola
fesements visible: '1 he Confederate Veterans. pace, purse $200: Wedgewood, 5, 2, "
of
are becoming business
amount or the ,
I and a large man upon ground. 4
"idewalks are slowly getting clear4d, The Illinois delegation with the nature Is already guaranteed.She .' 1.. 1; Tobasco 2, 1, 2, 2; Star Patchen.I
[this
the disposition of fallen columns and first regiment of that state left to- will freight oa the outgoingtrip 1;; 6, 6, 3; Prince Wilkes 3,,.3, 4;
fristed beams and ail the rivited AchIevesRemarkable ResultsThe night for New Orleans and: a trip to Milton carry and'all points on her Blue Sign, 4, 4, 3; FranE,Almont, Jr..

Heel ,skeletons of great buildings berog .. I I through, the extreme south.__ line. 6, 5, 5. Time, 2:25: ; %:32%; 2:35: ; TRANSFER AIUt.
the cause of much delay. Too 2:32.Third 't ,
passive! to handle, too. crooked to wireless;: St tlOIV at;the, Pens:;*- station. That plant has been able to ,Race-Belle, Peacock 3, 1.
j d, this scrap heap, must be lifted -cola yari has made.a record In I keep in constant communication with MATERIAL IS NEWS ITEMS, 1; Hannah Mack, 2, 2, 2; Major'
lit derricks, separated, cut' into piece. navy the United Fruit: ,Company's steamer Wilkes 1, 4, 3; Canto Mack ,5, 3, 4.
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aid carted In Responding wireless telegraphy that Has hereto Preston' from the time that vessel Time, ,2:55;. 3:053:00.; : Ht t
away fragments. :
to the call of the Board of fore been unsurpassed- -also one' left New. York until It' arrived at Hon. ON THE GROUND OFCLENDALE BIGSUITTOU1 U
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works, 500 men were 'armed with that will probably cause ,the wireless (!uras. \ \ J ,f fS
kmg-handled shovels and attacked the experts to study some,* as while the "The station also received.messages -- MOB ON TRAIL OF
debrIs on the sidewalks.- Monday saw station could keep in .communicationwith from the Preston while that ship was Glendale,, Fla., Oct.2'T.-Mr. :1L C. .-Ji,
Market street alive with shovels and one vessel at all-times It did,not entering New. York harbor :where she TERRA COTTA PIPE HAS BEEN Braswell 'will be absent' from town .,.t :
as tundrtds of teams .were pressed speak another! although they were was undoubtedly .bathed in electr- START for several days. A NEGRO FIEND SI S t l.
Into I othEr and PLACED READY FOR Mr. W. F. Jones went to.DeFunIak t
service by the property owners toatold fitted with the same equipmentThe waves ,from stations shlj j, .
having their debris thrown back .followlng' special" sent out from A curious fact is, that the'Pensacou.' ON SWERAGE WORK. Saturdayn ight"'on- business. and returned "b' :
upon tte lots the street full of Washington tells of the remarkable station his not been able to re >eat Monday 'morning.Mr. By Associated Press.
was 1
action-save when the very crush of achievement the local station: this performance with any other 'R-j. Edwards was a business Gainesville Fla. Oct. 27. -Mrs. '.._'1' r:,\ I;,
numbers. stopped all .. "'1 I "A remarkable achievement in wire- steamer than the Preston, notwithstanding visitor to' Glendale Wednesday' and Mott white was assaulted ,and Tnur- ThatofO.H.Smith&Son
tean? and street-cars moveir 42d a telegraphy is reported to' the the plans are aliKe'oirall: the i Large quantities of terra cotta pipe Thursday. dered at Chiefland by a.negro to-day. :
and were' up less Pensacola United Liners." .to -be used in constructingthe sew- The Glendale school will open No- The negro escaped. A mob ,of one ti''vs. ;
a!) traffic retarded. Department! from the ::: L&NWilBe :i t
Saovei meu j Navy has arrived ..
got $lio erage and drainage system vembe-, 12 with.Prof. Daniel Trout- hundred, white men ar arch1ng' for 'jr
per day and they cams in and has been removed from but have been unsuccessful
droveiJ. principal. the :
man. ag negro
iug: Arcyou monly question asked "be-I the cars and placed on the ground at Dr. F. M. Justice is BOW.in. Mobile so far. Bloodhounds have been 'put S Heard There. ;. .; .
American citizens! The BigSpanish Naval the joints where the start is. to be completing his last::course in medicine -!on the trail which is being'.followed y.l

NO BONDS I mace1 by the contractor. ''We will be ..glad to have him to-night. A lynching is. expected- The big damage suit of O. H. ani .lif;.. n' ti<
VOTED I Tne pipe to be used began arriving return as.his residence is in Glendale.A the negro is caught F. R. Smith partners as O. H. Smith ; _-t
JN MARIETTA : DockRcfuse to Budge i early during the week and there is recent communication from D. & Son., vs. the Louisville & Nashville i
hand ,
ready
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no. a large Quantity on counsel for the '
i A. Baker general Railroad 'Company was yesterday i
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M9HofBy Associated Press. [for the commencement of this important Pea River and Gulf Railroad.* requests W. G. ROBINSON transferred from the state courts .. 1.. 'MIl-
held: *, Ga.. Oct 27.- 'The election The big Spanish dock} refuses to a delay i; but- last! week all of the vessels work. 1 the citizens of Glendale to where the action was first brought"i'
of here to-day to Pass on the issue from its position.-where: it. was again tackled the vrorS but with It .is probable that the excavatingwill make a plot\of,tkis town 1 1-2 miles to the United States court. '; :
one hundred and ten thousand dollars move driven by the hurricane last month]I the same result The combined) commence at an early date, or :square. The citizens'of Glendaleare OF GAINESVILLE, Maxwell & Reeves, representing -.: jt'

bonds for sewer and water improvements -notwithstanding fact that.three of, power of three of the biggest tugs' of as soon as all of the forces ar3 rushedas or- to donate to this railroad company the plaintiffs, brought the suit some 'I' !J

the resulted in the defeat of the big naval tugs' have been endeavoring the: navy cannot remove .Ihe dock ganized and the work will be will one half of the land within the months sInce. for the sum of $50,000, J, :
at) measure, as less than two-thirds to float the, structure at from'her position, and it ls"predictedthat rapidly as possible. The start: 'r boundaries 'of 'its new limits and in DIED SATURDAY ,the plaintiffs alleging damages to this ;'';; J
the registered vote was"plled, as high tide.' \, I some oitn means will have to be be made at four points, and large I'i return the abo company, promisesto extent on account of the alleged failure ." :.:- j
required by law. The dockw4i Iloored..t.pling and resorted to fci erder to float'tbe": structure -forces of men employed. of give us the road at a comparatively S ;By Associated Press. of the company to supply cart 1 '11
''placedwhich: It was: 1 S There has now been a delay early date. Gainesville, Fla. Oct. 27. Walter i for the loading of timber for shipment :
REGIMENT SENT big anchors would hold the structure securely nearly two months In the start causednSly oa Mr. A.J5.i .Edwards says Glendalewill G Robinson capitalist, and' member from mills to them at Pensacola.TEMPERATURE -. : I
thought wind. But'the hurricane -PROMOTE but this has been I not' hol 'him very= long, and" it oCthe'twlk1ng- firm! of 'Button '& co.,
agalnst'any of the contractor "f : :
AFTER INDIANS of last: month not: only. partedthe I by the inability material here on ac- is verified, by' the expression on his died_.thUiafternoon a complication : .v,
IMMIGRATION to ship of diseases,"aged fifty-eight years. He "- :
"'- By A >clate "'IeYenn, WyoOct 27.-Accord- the dock ovr the piling to .which It I tracks incident to the hurrlcan Farmers are 100) been in Florida for. manr. : He 1; :, f
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years.
over
shipped .
.f to advices received t> state offi- was moored, and now it Is 'reportedthat I By Associated Press I'I Glendale has- There was an appreciable rise It ;
ails ( y isin about four feet, Savannah, Ga., 'Oct.. 27.-4n taunt bales. was prominent republican, and rEgIster ,
decided the structure maximum temperature at Pensacola ;
tTt'twar department has CASTROASSUMES I of United States land officeat :the J
notappear: : gration association The Gendale -Brick Co. ta preparing the '
no chances in rounding then of water. As the.doek; did was 'organized yesterday over that of the day ,, I":4a1
land up of his death
of Ve' Indians and has dispatchns to be.damageA'to'any extent 'after Uw here today with ,delegates' from DUTIES OF ,OFFICE I t to burn_ a._kiln_ of brick.Steamer the time previous, there being the difference oi t" .

: entIre regiment of more than storm it was' thought that ft could be: many Georgia and Florida' points. Sultan's Forces Victorious.Melilla .' ten degrees. Yesterday the maximrcf
fc 'thousand, men to capture the'In- floated by tug,, so wheh.th Hercules 1[Frank M. Oliver, of Savannah; was Bv Associated Oct. 27.-The Prew. Venezuelan -I I Cleveland Ohio;Burning.- "Oci 27.-The Morocco, Oct. .27.-The was 78 degrees at 2 p. DL. while the ; sl','t ...=
".ns. The Sixth Cavalry la marchingerland Uncas and Osceola arrived they attached ;elected president. The object -of"the Washington received a cablegram Maurice Grover Is burning in Sultan's forces have been victorious minimum was 56 degrees at 6:" } :.f:
; from South hawsers to thg dock:anl began: association is to promote foreign '1m. delegation to-day 1: steamer 'of-,llulla. m. '' -
Hakota: tow.d.river dated Thursday'!the harbor hee, ana, It is thought In a skirmish the borders a. t.L
isder and tugging at the big: structure -1 migration Into Georgia and neighboring from Carcas. Last on the date thi -
Ior- same
where the indians"'are pulling Castro had returned :' will be wholly destroyed"It: is feared A strong agitation against year ....t 1mtn1mum.
,klPd: and will be joined by.the ,,but without. any'results.Darins; states with Savannah; 'the part stating that President duties hare perished In eigners Is reported in progress In maximum was .C8 degrees and the -'t' 1.}
inu Cavalry and. surround the in- the work the OsceoTa::::had her propeller of entry. The board of directors will there and assumed the I'the several.,persons" : Morocco' City.. ,$ degrees. -s '-\ f! <
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r, READYTOWEAR.z .- I 48inchTapestt,', 75c, $1 and-$1.75. FORKIMONAS..SwandowFleeCe '

48-inch Goberlin-Drapery! .yarci.. J -,:; '. Every pair,was, bought;,direcMrom the manufacturer -
WomenV'!railored SuitSiatf-1 : : 25.cents
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Special offering of : at :
,: } V ;48-incii Roman:,Stripes/:50'and60c yard.! V: : ;; they-are-absolutply! ,best, from every

$15 $18 $22 and$25 fonjiigh-class .:r'ailored: 20 cents yard. ; I ; I
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.. 'L'" '. Fancy-Sofa Pillows. $1.50 nd2. ,:*'- Superfine Rpxbofo: point. -

_ .'" Suits. They can't be beat.'r :,' = '". .l; .- Pillow Cords,'20 and 25c. Blue Velvet at .25 cents yard. .Women'r 8:and 16-Button Glace Kid. at ZSO and $340, black

lOc :- and jwhlte onty v .
Military Coata from $10.00 up., -- .- Drape Fringe. .( yard. --. :: "- ,.: ., :'. ::' : '. '. ..., Mousquetaire ,Glovoi 16-Button* ,' white black. light blue, light
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... .English Walking! Coat,from $10.0Q.Mp..J-:?.\ *'=\- ...*;: ; : pInk ,and,-'light grty, at $3.50. '
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-- .. -German.Sox coats, from $10JOO to JUM50Ji: V *, ;" ; ; .' '- 9"i : : A full line of abort Q loves at $1.00 and 11.50.
-- Cravenette coats from $10.00 ,up. 4'v ', "J-, I -$: *"? j* Silk.' Glove; elbh.. length at SttS. .

-A. fuU Jlne of Coats for MH." front*;?&4-t->00' ;-*p': .aieJ>. ..< ,". ,...-i Here;is where Pensacola's:Big Store: i iiroduc eS'yo1.to fnany !lo:$t lesH"ete.is: 't { f' : (.


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OUR BLANKETS AND COMPOSTS WILL -ave you.fully'one-thffa:to one-half on aU'jfall and Whiter goods' : bought, of us-Re- .. : CHOICE' NEW FALL RUG. I
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:'i ; KEEP YOU WARlVt member, for-exclusive stales. and exclusive novelties; com, to Pensacola's Big Store: 't y *-
SECOND FLOOR. *trS
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New'Brent Building, 9'and 11 Palafox street. ... t

Here at. one-thixd-tQ; : a Half less thanypu-wpuld.. : ".

/ ; Handsome: artistic effects-that ptesent: thebestexpression
elsewhere. (

pay i' ;FASHIONABLE .SILK FOR FASHION } v WINTER DRESS'FABRICS.'T'T of .the weaver's art-those decided -
Blankets .
,New VelOur'Jacquard justthething : !. ,,' ,. .: "

;. for both robes and house gowns, at, $1.50 to$2.50.) BLE' WEAR. "*- All! of"the-most, popular"- from. the floor pictures so full of warmth, that serves tp -

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; One blanket is sufficient to make azi'entire' bath\ collection this 1. leading manufacturers at one- complete the luxurious appointments of the home. BAxmiiister (

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.robe. ? : ;Ii. we havetev attempted.. Both-even I where. ..- ;: TapestryRugS. 9c12,. $18,:-up, .- :.. .1. '..

i. All-Wool Blankets $5.00 $6.00 and $12.50. t- ing and'street shades. ( 9x12 : -

I ., Cotton Blankets at $1.00, $1.50 and $2. 0. '. Grey Suiting, light and dark SMtfltMMtyiird.Black effect $1 and $125.the yard.' Rugs. 25up.
t$1. $1.
Shadowed Plaids
I- Comforts at $ .5O. $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00. -.; Pompadour, with Stripes and Plaid effects. and White Checks at 60 and 86e the yard. 9x15 3Od
A cheaper-grade at $1.00, $130 and $2..*. Pekln Stripes In various colo combinations and Plaids' In Fancy Plaids at 60, The and $1.00 the yard. Royal 'Wilfon Rugs, $ $60.

the mod attractive colorings, the yard 75c, $1, $1.25 and $t5O.A' .- Thelma Cloth at $1.50 the ..ard. the I
Broadcloth at. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 yard.
.t complete assortment of French Trimmings to match. 56-Inch English Suiting at $1.00 the yard, and the best 'line
these Silks, SOC up to $3.50 the yard. of SOc good In the city. '




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1 Lauderdale farmers of- their muck GREAT CORN CARNIVAL corn, and exhibits will be Invited from (


DRAINAGE WORK AT'I I I lands.That. .It Lands is productive Productive.they have THE SALVATION I SAGE': LEAVES I every Whenever.: place: Oklahoma In the' Is two mentioned territorial it !'

means the two territories because of
every reason to know and are seemingly Oklahoma's ,Plan!:tW Celebrate (
LAUDERDALE the proximity; of statehood.
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content with conditions as they \
are, knowing as they do, that muck Special to The Journal. Big Crop! Y eid. Many county and district fairs art

.Is productive and perfectly at ease ARMY IN Brent Oct. 27-We have had a being held in Oklahoma this year, all

'feet pearer the .0bJ tive ,point the regarding the drainage of' the overflowed rainless w.eek-1tne< for making hay': :. of which will have been over b>? the

Big Dredge Now At Work dredge Everglade is dipping mud, lands, thus giving to the state and getting out sweet potatoes. PRIZES FOB -THE BEST SAMPLES time of the carnival. The best exhibit

trees, rock and anything in its thousands of acres more of muck These are about the only crops that ,, of corn shown at these lairs will U
land. Governor Broward's idea of
Constructing Canal course and_throwing it to one side brought to 'Oklahoma City, together
to
Greensare
the of after the storm left on our farm. "
resources the Everglades INDIA ExUtlte Fvm District Pairs to Be
.. and the-other in the aggressive like- with all other individual exhibits. Out
r ness of the head 'of the State admin- being drained will be.that sugar cane almost as scarce as Leghorn DUplaj-ed-The Gumlral, H.m. of a..1I'an exhibit will be made up to
r Lake Okeechobee. can be grown there with ucellen 're- "hen-teeth" now. Hungry sufferersare '
(' istration.To the mind's picture, one sults. In certain of the Omlar FertlTttle mmd Drainage send to the Jamestown exposition next
portions '
can see' Governor Broward on the walking out to Clopton's In search
state, where the lands have been CeaT-eatloa Combined jAre Expected year, and it is expected Oklahoma win t'i
!edge of the canal, urging .his army partially drained this has been tried of green leaves, only to be turned there capture the prize on corn and
WATERWAY 120 FEET WIDE TO and armament with his election vote Was Discussed on' Street by t. Attnte Larv CrvrrA i
and although reports are conflicting down without, a mess. sustain Its reputation.In .
in hand, to carry out his promise to \
I CARRY' OFF' XCESS WATER OF the people. of .the. State of Florida the analysis of the soil (muck) tendsto Army Worker Na-, 'Young garden truck planted since The chamber of commerce, assisted the selection of the exhibits each
r lead one to believe the governor'stheory bj the dtizens of Oklahoma O. I must be free from
EVERGLADES BEING$ PUSHED that he would drain the Evergladesand well founded the hurricane has come up very nice City T, variety strictly any

restore to,the state, the greatest I a The Land .Analyzed.one. II tive Attir ': ly, and will soon be tender enough for will beginning Nor.26 and lasting until mixtures. Corn entered as white must
fertile region within its boundary.! have of other color in
not
TO COMPLETION-INTERESTING, For the information of those who Jack Frost to bite! Dec. 8 inclusIve, bold,a corn cami- a tinge any
With 'his determination, one cannot I It. The yellow corn will be required tj
STORY OF PROGRESS OF THE help but believe that he is sincere are acquainted with sugar culture, ,On Sabbath morning, the 22nd Inst. val at Oklahoma .City; on a larger and have white anl

I and that he will carry out' his plat we give the following analysis of-lhe,' 'At the corner of- :zairagossa and Rev. F. A. Rogers united in marriage more Interesting scale than those that no capped grains
should hare all red cobs. In fine
muck trerj
GREAT UNDERTAKING. I Ior I form If it takes the state militia', to Rose as: given by State ChemistLB. Palafox streets a crowd of several Miss'! Laura Harrington and Mr. Mil" a few years ago attracted BO much at. variety shown must be strictly firs
assist .. [ hundred people gathered last. night
,.. Fine Dredge. I I MoIsture, 16.84. and listened to a very interestingtalk ton Clopton, at the residence of Mr.Ji :. tention to Sioux City /and Atchison class In every respect The score card
I r '!i Organic matter and combined water; EL Spoon. says the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. and rules of the Oklahoma Improved
[ (Miami Metropolis.) The' dredge is undoubtedly the, on: the Salvation work In India,
Like calamities, wonderful strides:,' ,largest of its kind ever built in this 75.65. by Alex. B. Shennan, who was dress- May their love Increase with more For the-past, fire or six years merchants Breeders' association will govern the

'.of advancement are promulgated in section. Its length is 105 feet, not including Oxide Silica of and iron insoluble. L47. slicates, .91. ed in native costume and spoke of intimate acquaintance; which only be- of Oklahoma City hare b ert. a warding of the exhibits. *

'"threes." The press of the South the boom and dipper; width,I Lime, 3.17. / > women officers of the Salvation' Army gins before the mamage knot is tied; fering prizes for the best specimens' In connection With the corn carnival
especially Is filled to-day with column thirty-eight feet- and nine feet from Magnesia 0.18. who for two weeks slept in a prison and their 'different products of the.farm thus Interesting and as a part of the fall festivities
attractions and
column of matter to the deck to bottom. The steel bottom is;: with'a murderess. Anqther officer a may happiness t
upon relating This!
Potash, 0.13. the farmer In the perfection there will be another eature. .,
proposed Panama Canal, proposed seventy feet long and \he dipper-i j 1 native, he said was stabbed seven ever multiply like the constellation similar haulscoming"
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Soda. 0,38.Phosphoric of the quality; of his 601>" The specimens win be to "Kentucky
railroad over the ocean to Key West the wonderful dipper which :, times by one of her friends yet 1_ of stars that swing around the
and the proposed drainage of the ed to carry out this great undertaking acid, 0.18. spite of all opposition is today one heavenly sun. so accumulated would be prePared held In the Blue Grass Stats
Everglades of Florida. To those who -weighs four tons, with a capacityof Sulphuric acid, 0.51. I of the leading officers in Ceylon. t by the merchants aM shipped to during last June. The usual fall ei :
are not familiar with either projectof two and a half cubic yards. The Chlorine, 0.43. The crowd appreciated the talk. This young couple has not made aweddtni their friends In other'states to mow cunlon rates will be In effect oa tH

'the three, it would seem difficult dredge fitted throughout mod' Nitrogen, (in organic matter. ) 217. to Judge by the way the nickels and tour to the "springs and what could be done on'a bit of land In railroads by that time and the carnival

to 'arrive at any definite" decision as ern machinery, is electric lighted and A New Waterway.Then dimes were thrown on the big drum fans," but.settled quietly down to Oklahoma. The summer of the world's management will take the matter
with canal
a to Lake Okee-
_ to Which of them is the most feasible, has accommodations on. the second chobee from New River which lateris and from all appearances the collection "new: life" in Thles n's rural residence -, fair at.St Louis the merchants of Ok 'up with all railroads through the passenger

inasmuch as all three are entirely deck' for all employed In its placed as the deepest for its lengthIn was a record one for Pensacola.The at, Brent Stauon. lahoma'C1t7 Interested the farmers of associations for a greatly reduced

})prospective, although each undertakIng -tion Eight men are employed opera-I I the country (averaging 25 feet for officer in charge announcedthat I dislike to see young "beginners" both territories In the selection of prize rat embracing the whole United
under of lows: Dipper man, oiler,
.is construction, the of
way this evening'on corner
its seven miles samples of corn, and small premiumswere States.
: length) and a canal half are'worth In an
deck men, fireman; cook and a spending they
I The completion of the Panama from Lake Palafox and Government streets at for best
Okeechobee
to the Calos- offered the specimens. Governor Frantc win issue an opei
man. The Everglade.Is cutting another service will be held. ..nended honeymoon outing. It Is
Canal hence will connect 7
some years ty foot canal, ten feet deep watch-I' ahatchee River, a new water way p. m. So much Interest was taken In the matter letter to the people of Oklahoma to -
up 1 tile old with the new .world .and will be This is the_ last meeting that no guarantee against "extended" an,
opened and with the New "
up and fine of
ing at the mouth of Sabate such samples corn were rite their friends ,. ack in .' stae3"to
foreign commence will have to be River inlet Mr. Shennan will take part in and a the is vanished.A .
deepened, possibilities of gles after honeymoon
Is' selected that the merchants
all Her course ten degrees south of He instead of spend Thanksgiving In pklabozi:
learned is
over again The comple- record crowd expected. goes
navigation will be
tion.of., the railroad over the sea to west for a mile and a half, thence Whether or not the.greatly absence enhanced.of water to New Decatur Ala., from here. stirring reactionculminating In sending it away decided to select the, By having the rat of fare arrac eJ to

Key West. will go don in history 'ten degrees 'north.of west for a like in the 'Glades will tend to make FlorIda --- quarrels and fights too often occur.In best and make a display at the world's extend to any part of' QVikoma:

as.the most remarkable 'accomplish- distance and 'then due west until out colder, Is a matter of conjecture, New Suit Flied. the course of future events, to .fair. Great was their surprise to find through Oklahoma City, the visitor caa

meritS of modern engineering and the of thekrock Infested portion of the and in either. case, crops In this section The following new suit was filed speak well.for our defective marriage that when the awards were made on make his destination Oklahoma City

natoe" of Flagler will be coupled withIt. .Glades. .to.The"course Lake Okeechobee.The will .then be.tralght. will be no more affected than if yesterday in the office of the clerk institution.> In fact, cross squalls between :; agricultural products' Oklahoma had and,from there visit any part of the

These Two undertakings hre meet Okeechobee, the second the water flows on through the of the circuit court: the parents. and piteous cries taken the"prtze on corn, baring abet-, territory at no extra expense It vas
ing; with more general approval It ; 'Gl des for all time as freezes are AbeL Lischkoff and Lee Daniel vs. 'ter display of corn, ,than any other announced some time that thiS feature
to be ago
dredge built by the Internal Im- '
recognized as
for generally '
-are anormal'condition
seems than the proposed drainage of here Max Klein damages, $10,000; Avery
known
now to destroy crops. country or,state In the world. fall b
Commission would be arranged: for this
'provement is fast be- I .
for within short
Everglades of Florida! That the and .few & Avery, attorneys plaintiffs.COFFEE a year
coming ready for work under the a degrees more of cold, if Last year as souvenirs to friends and Oklahoma, but aftar the decision to(
proposed canal to Lake Okeechobee such will be the case, will not materially of the matrimonial date! others Intestates"
will be dug there is no doubt that supervision of :Messrs Newman. I 5,000ttOn bolls have a con carnival It was concludedto
the 'Everglades will) be .freed;'from Skinner, and Cassidy, all experiencedmen I affect of the state.the agricultural resources That unusually cold :week early In 'Just as they'were'ready TJurst'were" combine the two entertainments.It .
thelf in the construction of such October changed the green color of Inclosed in small boxes and sent to an a
overflow have
seems to t>e a matterof Truly, the overflowed lands is being arranged also to
are of
great doubt to some who either craft .and who built the Everglade. no use to the people of the state of our potato.field to a complete golden .parts of the United States. .At first on national drainage meeting in Oklahoma

really doubt it or possibly Just don't Several weeks ago Mr. Reed A. Florida in their present, state, not hue. The normal color is again.being .account of the unprecedented corn crop City during the carnival and home
Bryan, of this l
,.place, '
placed by
want it done for no other reasons Governor Broward as was superintendent even for boating parties, and as there restored by the, return of warm weather. >Oklahoma will harvest this year it was'almost coming. There has never been a national -

than selfish ones. j of the"works here, and although a are those who are well' acquaintedwith w. are tbe, Pioneer decided to send ears of corn. drainage meeting, and at tbe recent -
The Press Divided. comparatively young man has 'shown i the project at the helm. it does I fear that our fruit trees are'mak I but when the'coet of postage was con national Irrigation convention la

;. The press of the State of Florida is marked ability in the management of not seem at all destructible 'to let Coffee Roasters of lug a.rat: l mistake" by blooming, aldered the expense would be too great Boise City Ida., It was discovered that

: 'divided irto: three classes over- the the operations ,under his supervision., the work'go on. West Florida.McHUGH'S out October Instead of the spring In relation to the result Then the corn there were more acres of land In the
proposed scheme of Governor Brow- This latter dredge will follow .in the I carnival was agreed .. benefited
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I CARYVILLE.Special month of March. Being .denuded of on. United States that would be
ard. The
one class Is making a bit- wake of the Everglade and widen the .
by the hurricane they'may The promoters .of Oklahoma's On this
foliage
corn by drainage than irrigation.
ter fight against it; 'the middle class canal 60 by
feet, making it 120 feet
Is neither for nor against and the wide to The Journal. have concluded that. winter had pass- carnival this year, which is the first at- matter 3. B. Thoburn the rerreientative -
allthe distance to Lake Okee-
other class upholds the Governor's chobee. The only difference In.'the Caryville, Oct. 27. W. P. Wood, BLENDShave ed. New leaf buds are bursting forth .tempt to initiate those that hare mad from Oklahoma at Boise City. con
president of the Geo. R Wood Lumber -together with the snow.whlte flowers Iowa and Kansas famous
preelection pledge ,and his endeavorto two dredges Is that the latter Is one as corn producing ferred with representatives from ever.t
Co.. Is now in Caryville hard at giving every .appearance ofspring. :
"carry out his promise. It seems foot deeper, being' 10 feet from deck sectionsare George E. Gard- state containing land subject to dram-
however that all the printer's Ink In to bottom. t'fPeople' work in the Interest of his big mill no equal. A trial i .ner, one of Oklahoma City's oldest and age and secured their promise to attend
the.State of Florida is not'preventing plant here. The wasted effort .will be hard on J
Relieved. most enterprising business if "
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the Internal Improvement Commission Since W B. Archer, general manager will convince the con. the trees, and unfavorable for the ,men, a meeting at Oklahoma City
A.W.McKeand
': from building the dredges for The people in general throughoutthis has' taken charge of this Immense next crop of fruit. ,secrefaryof the cham- were possible, arrange it
-i the'purpose of digging the canal to section, have heaved a sigh of', plant there has been a wonder noisseur that we V My brother, writing from eastern- ber of commerce ,
relief to know that the actual drain- A new building,' -- "'"""-'-
Okeechobee.. ful improvement made in the opera- Ohio, speaks of a..snow-fall on the; now almost completed
k' At Lauderdale. I age of the'submerged lands has commenced tion of the town of Caryville. The make no extravagant 10th 'of. October, followed by severe, will be fitted' up and used for the ', Spoiled TUIts."No .
fort and.now,what remains is to old buildings have been repaired and claims. 1* freezing which did great damage to 'corn palace. Three floors175 by 140 I won't let you help me walk
Arriving at this little town or vil ascertain the results of the drainage several new cottages.built new fencIng crops not housed Apples, which arc' feet In dimensions/ be devoted to the dishes" said the neat little housekeeper

lage-unless acquainted with the surroundings upon affected.the 'sections The farmers,to be more or less enclosing each dwelling,,"all. of abundant 'In that section were not various displays; and ft Is expected after luncheon. "When I took
one would think there' : living along which' dressed In white paint; adds Wholesale and RetailGROCERS materially" Injured.. there will be' to let ray
New River and in this section no room uataken. It is this flat I determined never
but three four houses of it
were or a depot of ,
much to the ,comfort and pleasure He gives account of
manywonder.tub *
You see
have had beretofore proposed to offer prizes friends help with the dishes.
ranging from
a postoffice, general store, and a' very satisfactory Who employed the mill all
those are developments
little babbling brook. This is the results from thejr agricultural resources and planer.TOTAL. at- sides the :greatest projecting of which on Is.a.. !!0 cents Jo $5ffor( the best. samples,ofj Lave a lot of relatives whom I vLt!

firt: impression of one who has the muck lands yielding ship canal without government aid : i t now and then. The moment I get there
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: 'never' been there before. I some of'the best crops grown. In the DEALVNOW from Lake Erie to the Ohio river.PIttsburg ..:j DRIVING AND RINKING. eI. the cook leaves. I never knew It to
state .
; A representative of a newspaper i and loud are the praises of.FortDont and all kinds of Feed which te the southern ter' faiL Then I say politely 'Let me helP!
A Worked
goes to an assignment however NUMBER TWELVEBy minus. Is cramped for "elbow-room.",j I' Hard : ,Doctor Changes you wash the dishes/ Of course the!

well supplied with pencils paper and \ I Stuffs.Pluto' and proposes spending a hundred million ;'I "Drinks.' say, "O!., no,' but they end by leWD
a valise full of extemporaneous-: Associated Press. dollars The country ,doctor1' :who baa to Is it
DySpepsid on the undertaking, and me'do It Just the same. The result
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Four additional
t. Kansas City. Qct 27,- drive for
terrogatories; mingled with few .miles and miles
; a to In all
bavJtcompleted'before: the Panama Tort Press.In
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New
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,wefe removed 1layfroni
bodies > spoils ay
plain questions to be handed out' to' kinds of .weather at all 'times
think you can cure your drofepaia'In I ruins"of theChamber of WaterWholesale canal;Js ready.for business. of the

: \objective' powers that be.. I'I'the' fany-other way than by strengthening i Commerc the'. bulldiag.-in- Kansas City, The narrowest' width is to ,be 163 day They and nlgak.is. not ,to, be envied.. tie-La mlrr.
get .
personal
: Fort Lauderdale has. never before and toning yourstomach. A Kaa. making the\total-known dead to feet. The : summit' being' 317 feet'above well experience as out and tU
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as experience from If wax has given
been others. your
; brought Into -prominence the lake
except 'anel
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That ia weak Incapable of performing!date twelve.k' : / feet hlper'than tel'O"Bene.
possibly as the occasional camp functions the 'river will hue to be fed .Jl11"* been doing A great deal of starch sticks tothe troas, try
Its probably because hue : Retail. s
ing ground of the Seminole Indian. yoa and by immense reservoirs eatc.hmzthe driving" and dr1nkf.ng2f.great deal of Put a little of the Oil OIlcloth
; At the present time, however the Imposed upon It in one way or another over TWO KILLED IN head :waters of the AHeghany river coffee, writes ,a-, doctor. "I found and rub the" hot Iron over it I

: name'Is coupled with Governor Brow-I 'and over again. HIGH WINDSTORM_ which wfll be. conveyed 35 miles InaififttfoQi.dltch It but was not.only injuring my stomach few times. This wfll keep the stir-!

ard'S' proposed drainage scheme,' You should take New Orleans Grocery Co. : 8 feet' in depth. wascaub4thzzIueea( and was" .interfering from sticking and remove any c-71

whenever uttered. Ho *noxvili'e., oct: 27.--Durl' a, high Thls"'scbeme was agitated away wimy circulation. that have collected on the bottco
Several weeks ago, the dredge' Everglade :' sSarsaparilla .wind, storm:at Johnson/ City: to-day, hack in,my early memory-like the \Jr UsIng Porttnn, I have had or side may of the Irons, which often .,-J
was completed and those In A.L.. Cooper and John Hearon. both severing\of the FloncV peninsula. S I.toosf unpleasant symptoms. I S9
shall
; charge of Its construction have been 'It''strengthens .and tones the domach, walls Jils..M'cHug'h t Under our pleasure In ..recommending thegarmeut. ItwillaIsog1Ve5tothedothes.
.t4 white, were ,killed: by falling. .. :, great prosperity the wild- .others.- AssoI1ttieoi13'there
,pennaoentlycarea dyipepsla and all .
43i amply rewarded. by the' tact that to- fct -bufld.theerdcQn4iUct. ? .est..thesrtesrarel t.e Driag Jnto tit .
> .i4ay the 'work Js several thousandI :- stomach:.troubles.-'Accept no ntbtUtoie. ..'fn& phone Proprietor.- tical realisation. .prae. vine Read" the-b ikrl0Road. to'WeU- is no danger,
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Everybody will meet everybody- ,. ,and I 30DAY FALL BARGAIN SALE S t

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Here are the styles, that: will ,standthe f Is money saving opportunity for you. Everybody Is.enthusfasticover extraordinary i It' .:f

comments of and disarm the criticism ( bargains, we placed on, sale last wsek, and our business has been really phenomenal. This .tw .; : ;.

,eel we will endeavor to break all previous records, and you will .certainly make a serious _'', ..!, f-f,1: '

of everybody.See mistake- if yon fall to attt.nd.: Please remember that: we have the largest and most,select : ,i f tl'

''! .' "line-of Tailored Suits, Costs and Skirts* and Children's-: ..Jackets shown In Pensacola, and F!H!. -

our Horse-Show Window. showing. : ::'a: "
a few winners. ,: .e war positively guarantee to save,you money on every purchase. 1i;,"', i.:I,

I DON'T FAIL' TO ATTEND THE BIG BARGAIN( SALE EVERY DAY THISWEEK. nh I

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r0 THIESEnBUJL>>m Pl. SPECIAL., '- BARGAINS- IN, FINE TAILORED SUITS DON' TBUY: HOLIDAY GOODS UNTIL YOU SEE.. t

,3 *; ; : ANDCOATS., t. t t OUR LINE r
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-' New,Qtferplaid,Mannish Tweed Suits, nicely tailored, _:... t' ,, .: /They will .be ready .for inspectiom .i in. a few" days and we '1 =
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GBIF CITY COFFEE CO., 1 j .'''..$. ;\ everywhere:' ,. our price., ...' . . . .$10.00', :. will promise to save: you money. ..i t- ''. ". .* ; ':, :. 3 1 : ,

H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. S TATI5TtCl UFTHEPIST Oneotof'Mannish Jacket Tailor Suits. in:the Popular '\' -,..; 'tt': :!3''':INew Belts, a choice line, in; New 'Fancy Plaids, at, 4 f <

E asters, Blenders and Shippers of t 0rays[. Jacket satin lined, our price . . .$12.90' '; :, each 10,19 and... ....... ..... .,. ... .,. !.. . .. 25c
Fine CoffeesOUR : -- .' :9ff-'Voisteff.( i19! :u'H;:-Satinllmed'Jackets -sty .,,.tt7 n':'" '''' ; '<.' ; .' .' f' : *- ;'- i -. : --.: > *-- ,.-

COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL E 'lishly r.: made- -trimmed in braid" and:velvet, our special' .-"" ': : : ''t SPECIAL DRESS GOODS( BARG INS. 5)) i; t tOne .

GROCERS._.GIVE. THEM A TRIAL. price' : ._.... .'. .... '.. *..;,. ... . _. . .$16.49. l lot of 50-inch Imported Ail-Wool. Scotch Tweed ; :! '

- Weare_: \ving.an 'exceedingly Attractive line' of finetailored Suit ngs, and 45-inch Silk and Wool, Taffeta Glace''V "
SOMETHING NEW!Io suits, in.:black'bgra y?',. blue l ,' brown, and the worth L39. and =1
Pins 25 aad 30c pairW. WEEK Suitings ; $ $,LSO, agent's sample pri3 V-- 1i
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17.90 4.90 and .'. .$33.90 i,
A. Gahlenbeck, 213 S. Palar'Dl.! Slf y-Mannish-effects at $ $ :;r- ces,, our special price . ... .t-, 69 c' i.'
; If can match our suits elsewhere at the price your :
-- you : / -,- One lot of 25c .Ombre Plaid Suitings, special . Ific ,
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Pensacola. Fla.. ; '. LADIES COATS.' 't.' wide, ;special 1 . . . ... . . .". ... . .$ 1.25_ : J, !y, i
and Deaths During Past, : in-f ,.- 1
J Have-.you 'seen our handsome4ine of Ladies' Finer Tailored : ':,.75c Clannish Tweed and Worsted .Suitings, choice.

FHOIOGRAf-MEHS TURTON: &SINCE BE'Ll.1870. Seven:Da Coats and. TTotirist Coats?'<'-;' Were is nothing' i iit the" :: .' styles, to go at> .. . . -. ... . . ... .... 49c J = .. a
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BARGAIN ALE OF :;;SAMPLE.HOSIERY(: C .
Prices '
The following a record of the It will pay youo get our prices(before buying. "' ji

V tUfir.aler.Manufacturing. K. WHITE' Jeweler and Graduate marriages, births and deaths during range frm$2..98 to ...: v.'. ; ; .,. . .: . . :'24,90' : 300 dozen Agents' Samples, bought at 1-3 off. Ladies' .': i 1.1{

tp1'cian.30 S. Paiafox Street Pensacoli. Fla. I the past week, as are of record in the Misses' Cloth and Mannish Tw 'el:Coats in every conceivable '. Children, and Misses' 15c ,Hose, special .'. '.,. lOc :

offices clerk of the- county Judge- ; and city' 'I'- style .and color, ranging! from, each $1.25 ,., Ladies, Children's, and Men's 25c Hose, special >.". 19cMen's 'p.,

Tersely Told Marriages. f j to.--: !. .., ., . . .V.-7.: : . . ... .-$ ,.90 lOc Socks to go in this sale for . . . .'.7j4c. : .i'\ d

.J.Jrired White -John ,GipgonbttL and Nina ,. / SILK WAISTS. ., .....' ". : _Ladies' 39c Plain or Lace 'Hose, special,.'. . . .25c ". J; ; I
Tie fisting schooner Cavalier bielich.: Franklin Moss Whiting and v* 'C .* .t. ", Y e'. ":p ';' t ;
in port, yesterday with S.OOj) Mary Burnadette Quina: Lucius Pea- NewPlaidSil'lt" Waists .in ''all a thfashidnablePlaid* "- :-Y.; SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE OF FINE, SILKS. i .: ,'
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pscnds of red snappers. 'j cock and Lula Creamer,, A. J. '
and Elizabeth Russ. Combinations. Special bargains at each $4.90 and $7.90 4 :I I h
C. W. Richardson of :Milton was One lot of colored 36-inch Taffeta Silks, absolutely all :
in the city yesterday'on' a bushievisit Watson Colored, Jas.John Springer Green and and.Aggie Henrietta McKinley NewShepherd Check Waists at, eeh': 75c-, and ., ...$ 1.39, J silk and worth .$1.19 per yard, your choice of any :

City Clerk C. E. Merritt left yesterday ,, Robinson, ,John Earlest Harrison Edwards and and Emma Nellie ,I VERY 'SPECIAL BARGAINS' 'IN ..LADIES' FINE r color while they last at . : . . ,; .-: : 69c ? :1- t;

inornins for Marianna 011short ,. Porter. Henry Moyer and Paulne! BoII -;. -AMERICAN G SKIRTS Finest 59c jay Silks, in black, white-and all colors, a t 4';.
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ton Webster 'Maxwell and Effie Williams -
business visit. I Jake Little and Maltilda Da-+, great bargain at . . :. . i..... . . 39c :t ..rJ'
The Pensacola football team will vis, Walter Harris and Rachael Stanford j Our Skirts are all trim and :.stylishly made, ami have a .
meet to-day at 11 a. m. at DAlem-I John Burke and ,Callie Hartljj hang,to them, not found in the ordinary ready-made S 60(> pieces 50c and 59c fancy Dress. Silks-in neat, swell ft-

berte's interested drug In store.football'Everyone this season.is who is A.son M., Burrell Richardson Wingate and and Corinne Eula John-Pot. Skirt. Fit.on some of our New Fall Models, and we _effects ,a great bargain at . ., .- ... . ... 39c f < fTi: .

hinted to be present. ter. 'ill.'Prove'it to you: Finest $7.5(5(} Mannish Worsted 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silks, all. colors, regular '90c '. i

Births. Skirts Tailored in . . . . 59c + ;'IJ'
Mobile Register: Bruno"'Yniestra of :White TO.F. P. Graham and :Mohair or Panama ,; finely grays value, special'sale price! ,. ; .
Pensacola, a former Mobile boy. Is in::''a girl; to A A. Fisher.and wife,fe'l blues and blacks, our special price a. . . .$ 5.90 : : "
the city for a Sew days on a. trip of: tby; to .F. W.,G. Meyer and,, trimmed in !t..' )_ 75c Plaid Waist .Silks, new"and-hobby:colorings.. spe- ,f
business and- pleasure. He expressed a girl; .to John? Qulgley. and wife, a v $5.00 Mannish" Tweed full Circular: Skirts, cial sale price .. . . .'. .'. j. .'. . . 49c 'r E i ;;
himself as being glad to have another.! boy. ; folds rind: buttons, special! price . : . . .$ 3.98 '
opportunity> to visit the Gulf City: ''Creole-To Jgnatius .Reache and We are showing an excellent line of fine All-Silk Plaids .1 ;.
j fine Chiffon and 'Panama .
wife, a'girl '" Very' special bargains in from, yard 49c, 69c, 85c, to . ... .$'1.49 r#{
The fire department was called .out: Colored-To Andrew 'Caldwell and Skirts at $8.95, $9.49 and . . . . . .$10.90 per ?
yesterday morning about 11 o'clock: to Malone and "
wife, a boy; Charlie t ;
to the home of Mrs: E. Levi No. wifa COATS.at BARGAINS IN LADIES' AND MISSES READY-TO- : .
208 East Government street, where; a boy. 200 SAMPLE RAINPROOF ,. .[
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the roof was ablaze. The blaze was ;
'J-Milliam, gastroenteritis i- value. Ladies' $10.00. Rain ;
extinguished with small, damage. : Whiternfantbt about Under regular '
W. F. McDonald, a'well known and- James'old age Lacoast.; Mary'---Frances:-, exposure Coats in gray-only, special . ...... .,! . ... .$ 6.49. All strictly new and stylish at special bargain prices. ,::: ; :.>'' i

naval stores operator of Seminole lamar 12 years; typhoid pneumonia. $15.00 finely tailored Rain Coats, :.newest models, a One lot of $1.00 Silk Paon Velvets, in the new and 11 : 'H

Ala.McDonald, was In says the that city yesterday.the storm Mr.destroyed cholera Colored-Freddie infantum; Alburn B. White Cra, 1!ge year. 8 great: b bargain. .-.. .,. . . ::- .?. . .. 10.90. popular, colors, special at ,.'. 69c .: ._.i; 1
practiaclly all of his. 12 cropsof months dysentary; Nancy Brandy :
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boxes and about 10 per cent of his 36 years, tuberculosis; Eliza Butler, MONDAY.s I ;-:1.1: ( I
round timber. 50 years organic heart._.TdiseaselSINGING I EXTRA- SPECIAL> BARGAINS" FOR H :. ,

Capt T. E. Welles Ged T. Morgan, Good Adamantine.Pins, full papers/"for '. .'*'. .\. -Ic Best 14c Pillow Cases, extra good, for : . . . lOc ", -t.: .

Jas.returned M. Johnson from Montgomery and several yesterday others, SCHOOL Rubber'Tip Lead Pencils to go at . .. ._. . .,., Ic '19c Hemstitched Pillow Cases, fine quality, special for 14c -.{ ,t

morning, v'ire they witnessed the President Jet Head Pin C ds'to'go'for? : .. .. :. .. 5c Men's. $1.75 Work Pants, neat dark styles, only 10 ; \. ;:

pacer raci>s there owned Friday by Captain when Welles John.A.,,added the- OFTliEY.IVtC.: i.t AWJLL 8c and lOc
another- victory to his long string I 15c and 19c Amber Shell Back Combs to go for: . lOc Boy's Wool Cheviot or Mixed Tweed Suits, worth \; :

and again won In straight heats.. i BE CONTINUED_ ;-:AND'MEET. 50c Jewel, or Japanese Back Combs, for ., . . 25c $2.50 to $3.00, in this sale ._. . . .>. . .$1.95 :: :lr

',llhce B. Caswell, one" of TheJournal's' ING WILL'BE HELD.THIS AFTERNOON lOc Jewel Hat Pins, togo now forA--T--: > u ,.'... ... 5c : Boys'.$3.00 Beaver Overcoats special j for . . .$1.69 _;.. .; ; .t
traveling representatives\ ; :Brist1 1 case of White Wing, Full'Bleached Sheets, 72x90, '. ;.
Hair Brushes fine EngliSh. '
of ,
1 lot ,
reached last after sample
the night : '
city avery AT 3:30. !
for . . . 39c.
hemmed to '
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successful trip of two weeks to worth 39c to 50c (agent's samples) choice of entire torn go ;" ' ,

various prominent towns and cities in . . .". . 15c 1 lot of ladies' new Plain"Silk Belts,.worth 25 and 35c, .
tst Florida. He will leave again line for . . . .. . .-. .
early in the week to be present at the The Informal: singing school! at the in and Silk, worth ,\ to go at. ... . . . -,. : . . ... . . lc '
lot of fine, Belts Corduroy
Association'last .I sample
Wt-st visit other Florida Fair in at his DeFunlak territory.The end. to .Young Sunday Men's.afternoon Christian was so thor .: each all colors to . . .. . *5cLadies' 2 cases new Mohair Lustre Suitings, worth 19c per : t it.;
points goat. --
oughly enjoyed by the men' present invited 50c 5c WhiteHandkerchiefs- to go t.at '1. -< .... ... 72C : yard, special, for .. ... .,...t.,. . ... . . ?. 12c r.. 5.4r *'
remains of Frances P. Walsh that Mr. J. W. ,Lurton was <
ladies' and children's 39c Full Fleeced a'
will arrl> in the city this morning to continue to Instruct in the.'same. 15c Hemstitched Embroidered Handkerchiefs, now 2 cases of : !
from Denver. Colo.; and will be taken manner and he has consented to do . . . lOc Underwear, to go at..i.-. ; . . . 25c d'
to the residence of MrS. Chas. ADorn for ,. .,..-... ... . ... . .'. . "' :Jr
.. 38-inch Ombre Plaid and Check Henrietta
corner of>Twefth avenue and so.No one present at these 'song 'ser- 1 lot of fine Linen Paper and Envelopes, in boxes; regular 10 pieces
the fourteenth street, from which place vices professes to-be-a' singer.. Tho 50c ; box . . . 25c Suitings, worth 25c, special ..._. . . . 19c ;l..J.
funeral and quality now per
cortege will move this object is primarily fgr enjoyment go Pacific and Flannelettes ::1
finest PerCales
In!>ruing to St. Michael's church !incidentally to learn something of I Best 50c Bleached 9-4 Sheets, torn.and hemmed, spe- 2 ,cases ; j

*inducted nere the funeral services are to bo mnj}: c.. There Is ,no" formality will and cial for ... . ,. :. ... . .-,..... . ... . 39c in 5-lb bundles, to go, per Ib .'. 35c : i.
at 10:30 a. m.. The Interment bat "spec'al music ;
no programs : 1 lot assorted Work Baskets, worth lOc each, for . 5c r if
will be in St John's cemetery. occasionally be introduced. All men 81x90 Bleached Pepperell Sheets, torn and wide hem
i invited to.be at 3:30'Sun. 5c Ink Writing Tablets, to go, 3 for . . . lOc f:
Mrs. Mary O'Brien Wilson an aged .are day'afternoon.. present. worth 85c, for -. ._ . .'. '.' . . . 69c Best ;
tad highly resident of'"War."Ston f f
respected will Bible
Following this there be
expired at .her home there which Is at'lib- l'
classes to any' man BE GIVEN AWAY to the first 20
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erty to 'remain or tni which, he may VALUABLE SOUVENIRS
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mourn her loss. She was Strangers spen. 'ng SundaY"in the 0'$2.00 or over every morning this ,
Eong: the earliest settlers at War- city are especially Invited ,to. eitheror purchasers : -
*r'Jl. ton and had reached the age of both of these exercises. strikes 9 o'clock. ; -j,
-111 pars and 8 months. The remains gong ,: J
be placed at rest this morning f -
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*' Warrington. Florida and, Alabama ..rI

LAND COMPANY LA-'NNON' d'lI. CO a ;
!!Ask for Blue Ribbon Lemon and VaBa -l T H' I.
and say it Absolutely ..
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Manufactured ',ot.: .
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,o I *- '11'"' ipeach- farm 'of Mr. W. R.; Seeve.'at eral treatment to
twenty that generally ab lizhed. The 1 all &e
4 scene matter through the nails. tlong in these lists, and about, was
Under have of contractors over their Cottage Hill,,,stands first in; import the growth of fruit win win ph.
exactly the same indictment thousand of such corrections power the g.sI
the Federal authorities in Chicago been this prl oners.wa.s 'practically of' ance. Sixty-five broad acres under agubstantlSiwin& tleman and his hares
t I made; through scarce. power ast
Jon covered 15-
sent Joseph'Dunlap.of. Tie Dispatch, Fourth. In the face 'of the above former masters over their slaves, and fence by reward awaiting, the r

tor-a two years* .term In the stat l facts; when our ercuIarawere nailed their'HI. treatment was byno'means 000 EHjerta' and otherchoIcevarieties Tee alone, cott,5,

% prison which,' being a poor man he, to 'pollcyholders, 97,311: pIeces! of a* uncommon as under the:'old reglms of the peach' in fufl leaf give rich continued effort be made ac

served to the uttermost mail haveben returned to us*undelivered -:;A,man whose anmaaity :would promise of a.partial .crop the coming te prco life Ue Ten of fu

f DAILVI WEEKLY. SUN'CAY., Mr. Bennett.1Veins: in Europe and 1 tough tfca postoCedepart! not compel: : him to do to, was;,often year and the full harvest when t"j poverty ti c
have fourthyear's West Florida
trees gained .thti.th1rd. or and Pa
rich enough to there will doubt- eeonom.1cal'reasons to it will,
stay ment for want of:correct Impelled by a
-;, PUBUSHED EVERY.f -MORNING EXCEPT .MONDAY., less suffer no personal punishment It Is unreasonable to addre3SeL'l treat:his slaves well. They were growth lead the st in the value ad shOd I
his
with excellent and industrious of
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ance
production
for an offense of'which he is plainly a 'business like the life insurance 1'ort1--everal: .hundred, sometimes, air. In the cia.
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f : guilty and whose legal penalty wouldbe business (which is In all respects I several ,thousand dollars apiece,' and 'sonsGuy and Ralph, giveundivided' ter and development CT its dtenSp
attention to the and an
THE JOURNAL"COM ?ANY. five years' imprisonment or a fine similar to a banking or trust company when they died he lost so much PrOPerty cultivation maer things ? I
of 4000. "Cadet Bennett will "business) should not have the cor.I -converable' Into cash. But with and care of' this' most promising orchard me a pple or section great.8 L1 t?
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and if intelligent labor with libI .
doubtless not accept the.challenge ot l rect name and address of ther'ollCYholders. the convict leasees it was different ad l

FRANK !- MAYES: Pd.nadG.nrM.n..r the Democratic candidate, to comeback I How long would the confidence and is different. Their convicts ,are .

; and face tile responsibility for of the public remain in'a'bankIng theirs",only for- a, Um'ted" time, the I _UDQ .

twenty years of public' iniquity.But institution who under a specific state convicts felons, for a few years .
4 MEMBER THE ASS 'ATm PRESS. Mr Hearst, by his ,bold protest 'list
law would file such a misleading the county convicts:for thirty days
has compelled The Herald-'todiscontiue of their 'customers? usually to one year., WJhat' they can I SAID PENSACOLA

f SUBUCRIPTION RATES its obscene" and debauch. The filing- of these incorrect lists, get out of them.they must get out in '
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.1 Six Monthll .. ... .. .. .. J 50 One Week .. .. .. .. ..' 10 never forgive him. he will chicanery on the part of these compa-I workers'are free again, and' the con-,i _, AND PBNSACOLIANsiSchie ,

Thee Months.. u. ... .. 1 26 Weekly Edttlou, per year..$1 co And with this-as[ an explanation of ueIn effect disfranchise thousands jractors' may never have 'another opportunity ,
of qualified voters In these two'com- though (strange to relate, -
the nature and I ... n8UD
attacks animus behind the panies, owing to the inability of this I they frequently do. U .'I'.u- '-,,
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The Only Pe..cola Newap.pel' Froia Which a O.taIMdt savage Hearst the of The Herald Upon committee to place In their hands a The trouble perhaps Is less with ,"

C/I'CMIatIOll 'Stat.....' Can B. Secured pretty Democratic'candldaie has 1'mple form of ballot that can be the law, covering the question than Day. i 't a few days, and in the
effectually. spiked the biggest :wiiPusnsacola': troubles never'. However it Ute!
voted In this elect'on.Every with its enforcement. It is very s e Is beieved!
I bores.gun in the Hughes.battery of smooth- known cheap political trickis gratifying indeed to know that the oease? "Wtoy, Mayor ,Bliss was recently te damage will not Prove as C

ben! resorted to by the "admlnisI is determined to eradicatethe arrested' for trespassing and as at first reported.

Pbeau {Editorial R.oi.s 31 ". I Papers- on Sal. on.Train. the But In exposing The Herald before I tration" In their campaign for votes governor evil,: and 'It ,1s- to be hoped that, to a man up a tree at this distance These hurricanes must be endarei
lBIIIIJIU.Offl CS 1500 -- I campaign begun and in wiping 1 it looks- mightily 'like he is guilty as there Is no "
which
and .t all Newa.Stands; out its infamous through their agency system ( he,will receive the support of all sub- earthly power to
"'- temptations of "personals" from the has been coerced by the most highhanded -_ ordinates In thel executive department too. .The mayor is a might ,smart trod them, and no section scorns C!
New
t liam Randolph Hearst's York, Mr. Wil methods,) and not less than or that if he does not. he wH. man. -carra belle Advertiser. > empt a the clouds burst first at x

: Omeoa-Je. .lId'ni-c..no.' ''nendono'o and DLuns Sto.PENSACOLA. [force have courage" and 1100,000 per day of somebody's money want to know the reason why. The pl and another, and hurl their Oe!
their' splendid once more "vindicated i is being uSed' in this effort to retain laws .generally are good enough.Not' On Your Life.' I I upon us unrestrained. r

r .1 for whom usefulness to the people the proprietorship of these trust though obscure on some po'ntg! where ,. Why isIfwe:: dont'get-Th9 Pensa I We do not want any such
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labors I ? Don't 'US
and to the cola regular cut vitto
FLORIDA.. SUND9 MORNING; OCTOBER 2 8, 190 I times in which he lives.. funds, apparently from the desire to they should be plain and- explicit but off, brother.Journal We would be lost, sure I and trust there may be none b1
would be
well at all
I i continue the use pf them ,for specu'latl've It Is very doubtful in face of Oe t tie to prepare
Readers of the Herald will'note born, without.the grand
jas you are as welLas possible
purposes and yellow dog funds facts that'have come to light whether -I meet
f rCityH s ,NoRepresentative Every Good Citizen i that. the first page .of that paper no I as the "Armstrong committee" dis theinspection of .convict camps bad ,Jtournal-Carrabaflle Advertiser.' Brace your structures and tem

.'\- Present. i longer contains Its old-time "red i covered. has been thorough enough. The com Former Residents.- and Insure against wind, as fenc

Will Go Out to Vote. f light" column and i The companies endeavoring missioner agriculture Js In charge of- fire, and not be caught a
The interview with. iJCayor Bliss, directory of immoral are now Mr. William: Langdon and wife when a ma lee
It Is now less than ten ,days till houses. ; and are using! their local agentsIn of this department of the work, and Pensacola,'are in the city. Mr. Lang- jthe big fire came 1
| published elsewhere in The Jounud the state and county election and In counties where the misdemeanor Carrabelle for and everything was lost 'BeV* I]
J This feature for that don was a .resident
community'
/ to-day relative to the hall i 0( New'York's great- every purpose, county a
city cer- leased ut the
while there has been practically convicts are x> several years, but hag been away five way rd.-Jackon\le Mctrc
est to -and vote from the .
j I taialy developes a remarkable state newspaper has for years flourished I secure proxies commissioners have supervision over .-Oarrablle 'Advertiser.HadtheDcstoflt. \
campaign since the
democratic years
primaries '
In 'pOlicy holders which will enable them disclosures
such
; of affairs. utter :abandon of common the camps. The recent A Reason Advanced.
We the importance of getting out decency that It. has been to 'retain the present managementand should and doubtless will Inspire -
t f. refer particularly to the fact a subject -
to vote cannot'be. too thoroughly im of wonder and to continue their present high- them'to additional care In the fatur Governor Broward, and John Beard; Pensacola is kicking acou lw ca.
that the city baa no representative on comment that the safe house.
; pressed. Pensacola orator on two occasions opera t &t
? the ( la
the ground tq stand between the city In rlorlda. of course, the' democratic .Herald. could, for, so long t time. continue handed methods; in defeating a freeespress'cn Th Independent is aware of the this had he opportunityof why they tlon't want f".USa

and the contractor in the matter of a candidates 'are certain of election- to find a place in tile respecta of the will of' the policy fact that ,a ''convict camp Is' neithera coming wee1 wIth each other produced In that ciY.-Le Bue

city ball and jail building contract,: the real political ble homes ofthe country. holders. kindergarten nor a Sabbath school ,. The governor took care of the Star.

1 which aggregates nearly 100000. Vo' contest occurring in If the caseof' Town. Topics was a The Journal's advice to policy hold- JPeoule are not there as rewards of drainage question in his usual able Always Exaggerated.

the primary which nominates the can- bad ,ers who have not already voted is to merit. for services rendered the public manner, and reports .ndlcate that he
that
private citizen'woul<< for .a minute one, of the Herald
_
In- Bliss of
was Mayor Pensacola
and the bss
didates but reformation Polk
there Is debates
ao surety that communicate with the International but for the'r had the best of the m
fhink of letting a contract of that; this will finitely worse. If Town Topics of crime. Just- as long! as County Record. down the estimate of the storm'sage
: be' prevention
always
kind and not employ a competent representative I of so. In fact, in blackmailed Mts victims,' as was Policyholders Commute, 30 Broad people offend aeainst the laws, there to Pensacola to '1,000,0; T.;59

: to see that'the work"was' 1 many the counties this. year, the charged, it attacked only 'thoseper.- street New York. and learn some- nmsfr be dteaereeable conseonences Pensacola the Generous. sort of things are always grossly e.

republicans have tickets and in near- sons who thing concerning'the importance them els" the laws would soon Pensacola. by fever, storm aggerateit-Apalachicola Tim v'
properly done, and the were able to and for t>r vste
inte1lests"m.1 ly all of the counties the socialists pay and government and fire,, its honest
whose the coming election of directors be made a mockery maintns' '
votred in thiscase are certainly as guilty _consciences impelled and to Better Than Ever.
% have nominated candidates for thelegislature. sham and a delusion. But becausea pride sense
4: important as they would ,be if a priI t Is them to pay Its tribute. which it Impossible to learn from a 'does offend against the laws stand alone. After the terrible ravages Te storm came, It haS gone and
: There therefore. man
ute individual were paying for the to the democratic opposition But the Herald has for years furnished the companies themselves. of the state, there is no reason to wrought by the stQr there a as consquenc Pensacola, the ten

| contract instead of the city. candidates the directory and treat ilm as a human being no longer. short while ago, proffer "of aid f water city Florida was damaged
.. all over the state and this, iTnothing been the Evidently CoL Brran.ls not super- sister cities were refused' millions But t.4

No work on the city hall or on any els ,,ahould "spur every democrat to means of communication by which stitious. He made thirteen speeches ...... .. i spirit of ostentation,"buf1 Just nt: becusethe sever rebuilding dola. DC are

i city improvement should be permitted go to the:polls. roung girls, weak'women., and ,boys In one day recently.Cannon's people and the 'government understood handsome and better fitted for fcua-

until a representative of the city, But above any partisan reason for unused to the ways of the world have boom COTTON AND FRUIT the inherent strength of the ness than ever before.-Live Oak e
now.
presidential appears -
it to work been ESCAMBIA COUNTY. 9 city to upbuild without calling on out- mocrat.
I :whose duty ig inspect the there Js lured to ruin. IN
voting, a.far more Important to be a sort of a penny pistol -
..... siders.: It was a splendid position to
I and that it Is done according to Those who /
see reason!jwhy every good citizen, re constitute the common :affair. By B. )L Gray. take, and all:have honored it. But it I The Legl Wrangle.

:. contract, is on the ground to protect gardless 7 of party, should go to the decency; of the country will thank seems that we are compelled to yielda : Te' leg wrangle in Pensacola a

} the city's interests. polls'on on-Tuesday, Nov. 6, next. It is Mr. Hearst for forcing; Ihls newspaper $ -s-H 4 H still higher'degree of adration,j I rather uoute ?
s %
> for, despite its own [ disputes between and c:ty
agent of
Hearst says If his opponents will the duty of good citizenship to do assignation to discontinue HISTORY OF THE From Pensacola Flomaton and city declares it stands ready to help I of Pensacola is over the ownership of

atop telling lies he will stop telling so. Men of all parties should vote In its immoral work and it is to CONVICT LEASE SYSTEM from the Escambia river to the Gulf the sufferers of Miami."Tampa Tri' water front property, which 1;

f the truth in the game of politics. every election. It Is their privilegeas be hoped that if James Gordon Bennett 51. lies,,a territory; of a million ares of bune. I' cleare of all buildings a'j

That is a proposition they should accept ,the heritage of free 'governmentand can be induced to return to the (St. Petersburg Independent.) land undeveloped, save 'h r'! and fencs by the recent storm. Maya
country from which he derives ''bis,Income c there a'farm:'timber cutlers camp and Florida Hurricanes. Charles H. Bliss was arrested TV
because they would be getting it Is their citizens -
duty as of
a he will be given \fflr .. the cattle which roam over lts1beautir Pensala..two weeks ago was visited I' day on the charge of trespassing af-
i the better of the trade by long odds. I republic which can exist only,through of the full limit ful landscapes, fattening on the an- by a devastating burnicane.'andMiami I t4r The affidavit was it...j

,the exercise of that popular franchise the. law which he h k'so long ,Once again Florida ,is face to face. minI -grasses which flourish from last w ek'The loss of lifej I by warng. parties whom the c'T

Salaries of Judges J on which it.is based. defied. with the fact that the convict lease March to December. and property. was great Itswonderful I or alleged ha squatted upon c :r
I \ system whatever it-may be In theory timber and lumber and how these hurricanes j -
Should Be Increased.The 'TherJ'ournal! that 'T' ( '.-'.-M"..+ I Logging and whose fences and r c
hopes Escambia =
l'tfr pry
can7 a 1'rep is in results amonster of Iniquity, ana more recently turpentine has engagedthe form and spread over the country. a were destroyed

Journal has long been an advocate county,. in which there are over 3,600 microscope with. him on his. trip to that, like he othef'_relics of barbar- attention of its peojae,from which carrying .dethand- destruction in I I I,t.of of hous t&e: mayor and rcmo; ,

of good salaries for public offl qualified voters, will set the good ex iRanama if he really wants to see ism, it must go.. At the. present thne some have prospered, but the Ire their wake. No( one knows when, from the land. Temporary rcstr: t

this of it may be said to. .one blot on as have failed to draw more they may be caught up by these angry -, T
dais and particularly for judges, ample year rolling up a record- what has been accomplished by the majority; lug orders hare, been issuvi J.
,
breaking state election vote. vast fair a state as lives in the sisterhood than a bare living. In many cases winds. Thankful, Indeed. should)I suit opens the way for many cr
both of the lower and the higher expenditures
of the
canal com of the American republic. rearing their families in log camp Jacksonville be that for years no del similar suits, and it may be years t-

courts. It is a notable, though I If ex-Senator Burton had reached mission. The convict lease -system is an institution shacks without education, growingup etrnctlve storm has visited this city. fore the end is finally reached.--J.ci'

anything but commendable; pot that the .conclusion to 'go to jail for the: peculiar to- the South, one lawless, wild and dissolute, know- We must sincerely sympathizewith Metpolis

private individuals and coroprations sake of a principle when first convict. The Insurance Companies of the evils forced npofli4t'by a four lug but little if anything of tt.-t *'n'>. those sect'ons which have bee soJe

year's war, which General Sherman life, the' pillar of American character seriously afflicted recently and Pensacola GrlLPensacola
their employees more for their Still At 8
pay 'ed. instead of waiting' untit"he .had, It. poetically classed as 'Hall' and of ten .and, that general prosperity wiucb' hope they may soon' recoverd from has had her troubles

service in private interests than the exhausted'eirj' means of avoidingthe If the rottenness developed the years of carpet bag and negro,rule marks'out citizenship as distinct fromi the losses. The Miami section has has hardly had time' to put her ova

people pay their public servants for sentence Ids troubles, as ,far as insurance investigation by that no statesman or general, however all others. ben hard hit and many.persons fear house In order, when she hears of k'egreat

,the protection of the people's inter the sentence is concrned, would no.. were not wise, has ever been able to diagnOSe The' cultivation of cotton, the rats- that much dma e hag bee done to storm at Miami and Key TV,n
ests. be enough to stamp the managers of specifically enough to match lag of 'fruits has made a beginningand the Florida lt Coast Railroad ex- aad telegraphs offers of aid to tbc,e

'TJnfortunately, popular clamor forf over. some of the largest insurance companIes Sherman's epgramthat 'War is helL' from the success of the cotton toT>.',,, a TO'!" both tedious.- and ex :places. Peneacola has wealth and 1

has Hearst's as utterly corrupt and unfit to The war was' over forty years ago;1 f I farmer, and happy condition of the .Te fri''gve also' in generous, but she has something ?e
f economical government always Accomplishment tnsve
handle the trust funds end forgotten about save as an Incident young orchards now maturing in the : admire more-she has G'o4
1made: the mistake of directing, its'for Common Decency. I erty which the and other.prop- in history. Reconstruction is 'county along the line of the L. & N.'railwaT It is indeed &strn suftrer e j luck to you, Pensacola.- gt:incte

attention to keeping down salaries I I'I I policy holders have also a'memory, but some of the evils we see. or believe we do, a I angry winds should follow each other Times. ,

(f. rather than to selecting men who are If there were nothing else to be entrusted to them their action'Jllnce of those times still live in the South.!time ahead:of us when these sloping

> capable of good service. ,The result said ,to the credit of Wm. R. Hearst the investigation ought to be conclusive And the convict lease system is one pine hills.'broad savannas and swollen ,----- -

| has been that extravagance oftea his success in securing, the indictment evidence of that fact. of them, though Florida alone retainsIt will be blooming and bearing cotton, H.< XK.X.X+...
'
'on eight counts of lames For time the now. I corn and delicious fruits in their season
runs riot in government affairs and some International the' and 7thesong of Se! ploughman
is natural that when ,
f i the total salaries paid, even though Gordan Bennett, owner of the New 'Policyholders Committee, organized* south It was quite confronted with the question to give ,evidence of peace and plenty of Sam Jones J I
York Herald for "lewd las- by and in the I Sayings
"they were four-fold what we now payirotfli sending interest of the policyholders of caring for Its criminal classes I.as he drives his team afield. |

civious and obscene matter throughthe in the Mutual Life Insurance;. most of them negroes, a system of ,Passing along the highway opTX>s.iteQuintette !.
a mere baggatelle in '.
prove
mails," is 'an accomplishment Company and. the New York life Insurance slavery, which had but recently been 19 miles north of Pensa- -
I comparison: with the money and the, should be thought out. A cola the ear of the traveler catches '. ... + .+.+ +X+X.K+4.+4+s-
which should win the gratitude of decent Company, with the object of abolished tX
Interests which have been squan.idered in '
the low hum of 1.
strange song
a
the country tremendous per cent of the criminals can't elect'any man unless nt I never saw a first-class biHiari
people throughout electing honest directors for the .
of the G
by public o1lc1aIs'servinc for either, slaves 'Or' children these pine'wilds. It is the song ,
player who powder
were negroes was the
salaries wliich competent men would Of the''case, the Atlanta Georgian management of those;companies, has of slaves who had grown up cotton gin,.singing a song of gladness Is a cdde.The .&e and lead to kill wo
: I been trying to communicate with the of'home. of an independent and abundant bigges fool Is woman who him
,"- not accept says since the war, and did not realize tin What is a town woman but a country -
.Add.another the long list of,services various in slavery meant Freed to :living,for.he or she who wills to barkeeper for her hus *
This of course dON not apply dlrectly ,. I policy holdtrs whose inter full what I w a woa with Sunday clothes on
lIbera'11onfrom therude
which William Randolph eat ft was formed. But at every such a ,large extent from the .restraints work;, a song of band. rather than be lafashion.
to who hold ? be
men Judicial post I Hearst has rendered to the people. of slavery which were wholesome andrstless camp fife a song of I 111 made of 'ea
tions in the public service but there step the insurance companies have education of right living. of devotionto wea gent we
: I and to public decency. however evil the system may : i before made Te'more bent mashed and warped
r
are equally as good, ,if not better, The New York Herald has long balked the efforts of the'commIttee have been and doubtless was at its God family and country. ; is the more fashionableit

Ttasons why they also ,should be I' been accounted the most PQwerful: :and not even the mandate ,of I the worst, the negroes'of'the New South look'When' Fwent down. to take the a nearer cent dozen Is a recruiting office JadYs ht

tetter paid. newspaper in the 'New WorlcfIts supreme court of the state has been rapidly! drifted into crime of all sorts. at this new industry- opening for hel Shall I ask your little dudes ant

I age its wealth its independence, its sufficient to compel obedience to the Laziness being one of their.chief.attributes ot a new era-I saw that % half a whiskey and reap dudines to preach the !
Tbe Judges of the courts of Florida, dozen wagons were in line laden with r1 gpl
news service and its vast equipment sank Into'.va.j drunkards. A little with
!spirit of the law under which t ecomjaD.1es they rapidly ;I party is only one
cotton and coming. to feed the -
Ilk those of most of the other states,I have given' it first place among New As grancy, gambling, fighting, and more I more I Christ wt styIn a house with short skirts oReUo .
iave always been I York .and American journals and operate. & consequence unwonted 80, saw gin which the Messrs. Bar1rineau
underpaid. Nearly serious crimes. In their i '.the cellar don't help a fellow to quit
:any ordinary lawyer can now make! more than one presidential election the committee has Just made publican freedom they rushed to 'an extremeof I. > have established. Quintette.!', Sow little parties and reap big' meaes, helps him to
always bu
I has credited Its decision to the advocacy from which the followingis Thjnss were hustling as they i
'more in the practice of his professon address license and when the reins of I hustle when Mr. Wm. H. Smith one Sow these,.and reap ballrooms. sty quit
which _The Herald flung, as taken: government were again in the handsof these- and reap germans, and but the cTiIHren of n
than,the best in the "bosses the does here.
paid state as
judge camp "
it did at the last moment of Cleveland's First Under the New York insurance the southern whites,stern measures 10 bales from these reap spider legged ..dud"and Repentance is nine-tenths moot*
They'can gin and pack s or
receives, and were it not. for the campaign, to the one side .or. laws the Mutual..Life Insurance were needed to repress disorders, and a day. from thes"fou11 reap ha Give you hearts to Gd and n

j honor attaching to the position and the other. Company and the New York Life In- remofe from the former slave masters t The 'production of cotton on these thimbleful ( fo jelly. wilt the kns out your
the which it For twenty. years The Herald has all. There is a thing the race honest after
.. for prestige gives one surance Company were compelled to the dread that hung over them pine lands is great abundance with a wfo.s seeking

alter ,having served lnft. it is doubt- scoffed at sensationalism and led the file, on July 18, 190t, a list of policy- It was quite evident at that tiDiethat .certainty Is'no new' thing with a few running out in dudes- and. Q knowsI God is as sure of heaTn a the man
fight of so-called ,
against the bugaboo with their last the penitentiary was not a:satisfactory a gl'fIt. who lion a full tilt after
fnl if any competant men could be yellow holders, together farmers who have tried it and but for gor
journalism. Its protestationshave address the disposition to make of those fact'that The and da I've got as much respect these
with
jfound known postoffice the logging, 'and milling at
who would
in
serve a judicial 80' bamboozled an always ,and the !
superintendent of Insurance. convicted of crime. The states of the fered ready:money and fair price for lug thing most. 1 fellows with striped clothes as
office In Florida. gullible public, that The Herald has the club.
city have at
around
Second. These lists when filed South were impoverished, and it labor.this whole ETscarooia county for you who hop ever
At the coming election, the voters been touted as the most dignified and contained thousands misleading would have been very expensive indeed would' to-day have been filled with a I have seen men cver. from I tap.of the devil's dru
will have eminently respectable of American maintain hundreds or even the barroom and everythingelse my daughters cut off an*
to I
: an opportunity to vote on and incorrect names and addressesof thrifty farming people and your I er
newspapers. thousands of Idle negroes *a prison.There but never, have '1 .seen a i of I don't want them (0
a constitutional amendment increase policyholders not only in this streets cumbered with cotton wagons. ma lk
'
: 'tng,the salaries of justices of Jhe ,supreme ,And has been yet 'for carrying all these on its twenty front yearsit pagea country but abroad. and was' evidently was little or no public,! work ':"Now that.the logs are gone and.facilities -converted from a cub; .!,cut from .

court from .$3,50000 to.t.OOO.OO "personal column" that has been made up from old lists in the pos they could be put ..t. and to establish are here for the ginning of thesouth's -
session of the New York We, and manufacturing In connection with the great staple. Cheap lands.i .
.
simply vile in its and In & ..
a year and of circuit court suggestions to the o. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
t would have been bring
its Influence upon'the morals of the ;Mutual Lifa Insurance Companies, prisons good health and a soil easily. and i A new pet bu1e"touM'for tod
fudges from $2,75000 to $3,500.00 a prison labor into conflict with the cheaply cultivated. not look
I May we
metropolis. It which would deceive and mislead any this of-
was literally direc- ety. kicks
a Aa registered
tree! white labor, struggling for an exstence forward to when Se Uadhe rep. al i
a day a hundred cot-
ITar. tory of vice for, the luring of committee in their attempt to.secure failure of of the
young *
/ The Journal earnestly hopes that girls and weak wives destruction. the co-operation of policyholders IBa against the heaviest odds. ton-sins will hum their song of peace.-t tr' ," dty k charged delnry

: |this amendment will carry and that The Herald's "personal column" has I much needed change of ,management Only! one apparently practicable solu.tlon and prosperity, and the rude rough. 'e latest Iath "demoiselle' C" pp are desirous that up t caer.
presented itself, to lease them life'of camp and mining' give place to of which are being
been the in these two companies. Immediately nub says nol
{lacambia county will help swell itsI comment of the country for ae OTdte certain that the paper has
at much head to employers the comfort
out, and Washington
the filing of tWs list, so per gentle associations The
two decades.and it is said, has added upon st. aaes are been delivered before registering Sckck
majority. of labor and derive a revenue of home with all that condition__ 1mPlies. I about
I $200,000 to. the $1,000,000 which this committee demanded of the.New:. negro 0_ m -- two feet k lavender wtored,
I The salary item in a state's exVpenses James Gordon Bennett makes even, York Life and Mutual Life Insurance from the prisoners, fIstead''ot wt black throaty have charm- times complaints comes in from

t is small as compared with the' year out of The Herald. Companies that 'new and correct maintaining them..at a dead expense.So lease. [ 'COUonhowever. will be aided reatlylnsecurjug lag bright red e/es n. very at which. a certa'n. we

During all these be filed in oomPUt.nC6-with the it was that 'the convict these results so desira stalk te bus delivered, and this J
rbalaace of the' funds paid out. and years no officer of lists It They tboat the jirden; been
worked lIe :
the law no,moral society, no 4anti.yeUow.newspaper' New York laws. This the Mutual refused system was established. i from every point ot'vlew by the bills ferreting te I pp unjust to the toys If yO'
Florida tbi
could well afford to double but after a
fruit ovio
well enough for a while I (rower. Among tiese and lead- o wor to knoW
want
has dared to do.and we were compelledto aen we ,
to lift
: the salaries of all of her public servants -it, voice against the,iniquity thronedin apply to the supreme court of this tIe its abuses became so intolerable ;lug in size);and intelligent effort, the thegraa..B* f It; D .e t paper b certain.

: if byso doing she could Insure the columns off this rich and state for an order compelling themto .I -

the election of men competent to administer powerful journaL file such new'and corrected lists.

economical government andS WIfflainRandolph Hearst, the The court.lsSU8d'-&JLorde such
to the !other day fearlessly' Jabbed Ms. pen lists be filed within ten days and that
serve people's interests to th_
deep .into, Its bloated sides, and lo! corrections be made-each'week to the I
4' exclusion of all other Interests. at the- touch the iniquity trembles.the end that policyholders could be communicated Plantation: i Sarsaparilla. 5M I IT

: ( Some more troops :will be needed moral sense of the metropolis with. only

i soon as the horde of Cuban offlce- awakes, and the United States grand Third. This 4c imDitt e. with about
jury promptly,returns .eight indict- thirty addressers ,and postoffice experts
eeken re Uza tfet they'have been meats against James Gordon Bennett have been, engaged for two .

*nnt for..end1nghd: ,' lascivous aod-obv mcm1hs in an:.effort: *iiiakeee.i ;*; any',. .preparationr ..:. .-


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I No Forced Sales at Kress j
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3ODAYSHENCE i ,f

: Vsls. s mHs s MslMli B BMl s sMsMMlV .. .. 4> -Promoted to Head of Department We never urge people to buy what they-don't need. ,-' 4 tf =
.1 We are kept busy enough supplying the demands of the

We advise, you to, buy rea .- e s tote now because you can buy it cheaper: now After ,Nearly ,SixYears' customers who buy because they really want what we have to many selL, :''.

than 30 and buy at Kress' because_they I know that all things cost less in the I
you can days hence This is not a mere assertion on our part nor Service. Kress Stores. .
,
merely our opinion. It is a fact and, there is for We never have occasion to use the expression as good "_ 8"r i
a
reason it. Milton B. .Prank the new chief of there is never any need for a substitution or misrepresentation.

: THE REASON 'is this'As polipe of Pensacola whom the mayor :Most of the goods sold at Kress' cannot be purchased elsewhere ,
.
'\ soon as the construction work is well under way, ppointed to'that position to fill the at twice the Kress price. We know it and you know it. No room -J1.

every foot of residence- property will be worth more money ,to either owner 'or pur '=. Chief vacancy Schad, caused, will by the resignation of for bluff where prices and values speak so loud in favor of buying f .
of -
chaser. This is self evident. Electric lighting;:and heating extensions will also increase his new oftlce"'next assume Thursday charge, and it at Kress'We ,

its value. This is equally evident. This ought to be reason for the .".' is ''expected that before that data the seek'only to secure the trade we can hold by supplying you ,
enough
Board of Safety will choose his sue with what you reallyjieed r t the l least price you need to pay-there } .
present, why you should buy property now. You will see other-reasons as time goes cessor as; deputy marshal and in the are never any forced sales. .

on. We have some good bargains in the following: "': probably event bf Captain be recommended.Fondebilla, who being will; Should any purchases ever prove unsatisfactory for any reason, 1 ..

"" ...* TCAPTAIN complaint will receive the careful 3 +
chosen will also elect a ty -' your attention of our manager.

SOME, QUICK-SALE BARGAINS. ': : : The highest prices you need to pay .


-" CITY-PROPERTY. COUNTY ,PROPERTY. : '.' ....

An elegant building lot, ,south- At, a bargain -20 acres on Brent.*>; IVI I Iv LJA Y 9 A. M. r ,

: last corner of Barcelona and De-.
hard road this side Goulding ,"
: ; a
Soto streets, 100 feet north front, 1- splendid manufacturing P EMBROIDERIES -SENSATIONAL r ; i',

for quick sale . . CHEAP plant "S LE '
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Two lots and one good -7-room ., 40-acre: farm under'' fence, well Extra wide, just the, thins for those dainty corset' covers., -i

f house on West Jackson ,street, in 7, improved, clay subsoil, good house/': ,- 25 cents :r

good condition and in good'neigh "4Y>* fine water, near hard road, an excellent )Worth 75 cent

r borhood, a bargain .,. . . $1,275 -, 'proposition fora pou try._ t r
1,000 yards of very fine Embroidery on fine sheer lawn, the finest 1
A hcnu East t
farm
new on for $ .
Jackson a bargain ., ,400. embroidery we have had this season. S
street overlooking the 7 Good farm under cultivation ,
bay, now E' k 1Oc a yard x #

rooms, bath and hall in fine con- : .', containing 48 acres of good N M' Worth up to 35c a yard : .t '

dition . . . : . . ... $2,700 ...: land, 8 miles; from city, near'\ha: d ,

A fine piece of business property road. A good dwelling house '. KRESS1. WONDER MUSIC. FOLIO

on ,East Garden street, between stables, ald.other. _outhouses <:om- 'SALE -

PalafoxandTarragona streets, improved .' plete. Will sell place, growing i ,,,: ()()() books, vocal and ln Uur"t'',,a- 10 cents Wonderful 't.. -1'1,000

. . : .. .. : .,._ $2,750 ..., crop, horse, wagon and farming .I values. The assortment contain master pieces for the piano, Victor' iI
Qance Folio Home Songs PopuUL *..,fur bwuga. Album of Famous
Southwest quarter' (5 lots) of implements,' for .$2,000 Songs, eta -

J Block 138, New: City, at:- .$1,325 *Wright street, all modern conveniences MilTON'B.. FRANK., '1 Oc each book .l 't

E A,'fine building site, ,100x137/ i in first-class condition: ,. and Worth any where, 50o } '
Who la to Assume Office of Marshal .
feet, facing on Andalusia Square.$ 800 small -
one_ 4welling on Reus street on November 1. MONDAY, 9 A. M. MONDAY, 9 A. M. I '
Seven-room cottage on West rents for $375 per yeaxy.aH for. ,$3,500 j
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SALAD AND CAKE PLATE SPECIAL SALE OF SLICEDPINEAPPLES. _'! :
The new chief bears the exemplary l-ii'
record of having served In the ranks SALE /' I ij 1

THE and as captain and deputy marshalfor A little money. supplies many crystalised.for this' sale 20c Bold pound.elsewhere Bought ; ,
PENSAGOLA
INVESTMENT CO1 I i f
'- v nearly'six-, -fen J years d before without the Beard have Green wants tinted when spent Salad at and, Kress'Cake. for 80c pound.- j p, i!' ,,.

of Safety upon any charge whatever Plates, with rose, decoration Golden Crisp Pop Corn Sale. .
I Ithe; LcUn Fi nk was appointed, when 10 cents each, worth 25 cents. 5c quart I'
,Jones'administration assumed :
No. 1 North Palaf Street. *,* I charge of the government, to the position '

.of turnkey at the police station HWATCH KRESS9 WINDOWS" : t f
taking his position- on June 17, 1901
He rose rapidly by promotion going J I
from turnkey to captain of the night
watch, then to deputy marshal, and -__ _
E i )t
School boys were better at team] pleased. 1- _
now to the head of the police depart \ -t
play than their opponents, but the I I Miss Era :Vaughn spent a day In '
THE DRAINED NURSE.Why ment.
TIGERS DOWNED latter were so much heavier thai, )penacola last, week '' :I 'n' :
l
they had no chance for the game.!I Mr, Barwick, our accommodatingrailroad His residence in Pensacola dates
Does ,
:She Xot Remain In
Loaf
back to 1892, when he came to Pen
The Y. M. C. A. had before -
boys never agent, reports a splendid Good tailoring 1 I.
Her Profession j
sacola chief officer the American
played together and when they went' time at Andalus as on ""f'
into the game it was their first of the I Miss Jean Patterson spent the weekIn I Carefully gathered statistics appearto ship, H. J. Libber He decided to remain easy enough to get "j s :
THE HIGH season. Pensacola/ show,t!at the "marryinzesf of all and, make Pensacola his home when you go to the 'I ,
,The. line-up of'the two teams was I A lady preacher preached at the women ai>; L trained nurses. Though and later married- and now has an interesting right place for It. ;;" ;
:
family. He was born in '
as follows: "Red school house" lastn Wednesday complete ..fil'Ul"es'have' not as yet beenI Baltimore a THIS IS THE RIGHT '
in 1862 and .
followed
the
Y. M. C. A. Tigers-Caro, center; ;! might and will hold service again compiled from a considerable mass of PLACE. :
I sea until he located at Pensacola.
Mallory right guard; Childerson right Sunday afternoon. I data the conclusion Is drawn that nine << 1
tackle Brent, right end Barrow, left Captain Frank Is member of Jop- Our business has
SCHOOLAt ; ; Mr. Bernie Jones Is spending Sunday out of tea trained nurses marry during '
guard; Morgan right tackle; Scholls. In Foshee pa Lodge of Odd- Fellows. Woodmenof been. established on 'I': t
thetint seven years of their occupation !
the World. S. B. A. No. 1, and
left end: Finch quarterback; Brent A Woman's Bible Study Circle'was a foundation of careful -
right half; Oerttng left half; Lurton organized Tuesday afternoon. It will as such. J Eagles; of the Iatter.beinq secretary., .. buying,' honest .
full back. meet on Tuesday afternoon at the When prettl.YOUDgwoman speaks irIs freely predicted by his friend I
Palmetto Beach the tatter Pensacola HigB ScEool-M. Bell.t Methodist church., it is strictly non- of devoting her life to the self denying that Captain Frank will male as goodan woolens, superior -tailoring :-
.
DeSilva, right,guard; _Yates, tackle; denom'national and will be a critical profession of a 'trained nurse she is officer and. executive head of the and faultless fit 1- tt
W. D. Wilkerson, right end; Boyett, study of the Bible.. The first, lessons using, perhaps unconsciously, a mere police"department as the man who ting. 'i.ji j I' ,
Unable _-_
Being to ,. left tackle he is to Tu"f" .d.INNQVATIONS. .
left
guard; Freeman ; will be the study of the acts figure of speech.: Statistics show that We always give satisfaction t
Shuttleworth. left end; White of the apostles. she has an even chance to be married 11 '
Leave.The terback; Roberts, right half; quar:1 Miss E. E. Robinson, of Pensacola, within four and a half years and that OF A BANK ., We i
left half back Bell,, full back.. never disap
; who has been spending some time she has one chance In eight of becomIng -' Short Talks on TailoringTOO .
,
,
point.Everything
In our pleasant town, returned home the wife of'a physician. The< Bedroom IB a Chicago Trait COM- .. ,;;\
Y. M. O. A. Tigers downed the H-iday' afternoon. Her bright face chance are five to'one that within ten panrs Building j U claim 3E
Pensacola High School eleven yesterday and clever wit will be missed by the 'I years she will marry. one of her, pa': I Probably few persons ever thoughtof MUCH. ed for our service that
'afternoon at Palmetto Beach I CENTURYCentury I many friends. she formed durIng her tients. making bedroom a feature of a can be consistently: ;f'

when the first battle on the gridironwas stay. The importance of these figures from I bank. Chicago has one financial! institution A great many fat men complain promised by any tan .I
Jellison the
Miss! Josephine was recipient .
The High School boys because there is too much
fought with such goods
at least an adjunct
the viewpoint of. the sociologist is obviously -
of presents oh her birth or--and TO make
were unable to score and a score of Gannon.w'hQ'' many the Northern Trust' which Below the place they need it mostThat's :
IS to 0 was recorded at the conclusion :Oct27-''Mrs. day Friday. Se is now spendinga great. Pretty young women in company partlythe fault of the cut !good."
of the game. came over to have her child unda9i few days in Pensacola. steadily increasing numbers are enter- recently moved'into Its new building ter-partly the fault of the tailor. Our Fan showing Is
the care of Drs. OXJwynne and Tur-1 1 Mr FoTstson Jones has returned Ing the field in question. In which there at Monroe and Lasalle streets' sara a crackerjack.: Se* It. '
Fifteen minute halves were played berville has retuned to her home. from quOte a vis't ta.Birmingham Anniston seems always to be plenty of room for the Chicago Post If cut right and worked right a ,
and at the outset it was \rarly seenthat : She spent the time with Mr and Mrs. and other POInts. He stopped fresh recruits;who are'required to fill The building, one of the finest or It fat man's coat can lay around his ,
the High School boys ,>re not Houston Jones. over to visit the fa'r at Montgomery.He the places of those who get married, kind la the United States, has man form so as to fill the..."skinny" fellow -
equal to the Tigers who were couch lately'bought the Bowman property the most with envy- SUITS I 3
heavier and outclassed their opponents Mrs Henry, Flllingim, of Pensacola 4nd pass out of the profession forever. innovations but perhaps remarkable .
with her children, is visiting her sister over in West Century. Mr. Jones Thus to the suggested. It Is the'' bedroom. The apart
causes
in everything except team play. owing But it requires skill and time. The Tailored Taste
Is a busy, energet'c' young man of to ,
Miss Hattie Perkins. Is rare Indeed to discover a trained ment la complete In Us appointments kind* we employ. I
In the first halt a touchdown was and Baker are I sterling mall+ies. He has been! con-
Messrs. Baugh It contains two brass bedsteads with .
nurse who baa bren In the business for
nec'ed the A'er Sullivan Lum- $20 to
first w th $50.
made by the Tigers arter the spending the day in Pensacola : ,, cabinets! dressin- .
n
four minutes play and at another Miss Bess'e Rice and Mr Findley, ber Corranv! for several years. He as much as ten years.-Saturday EvenIng doW'D7co and shower bathsShould I If
time the ban was across the line, but of Pine Barren: attended the theater has proved h's worth and Is now in Post tables.mirrors >
late at the
be
the Tigers were penalized .twenty. Saturday night charge of the commIssary department any director kept
five yards and failed to score during Misses Nela Jerniran, Ida and Lola Miss 'u1sAn has returned from a office or thosli any employee suddenly
the balance of the half. The half Tompk'ns Miss Haley Bailey and trio to BrmD!' ham, I I- =,- become 111 this chamber would be a! DRICKEIT PERSON & fARDNER

ended with the Tigers 5 and High Mr. Alonzo Tompkins attended the Dr, 'O'Gwynne performed' a surd II ; his service. I TAILORS \\JFer Met Who Can \pvn ae ta.
School 0. Alabama State Fair at Montgomery.Mr. cal operation on a man at Canoe Station I The building baa luxurious smoking

The second half had Hardly 'com- George Glover spent Friday takine out' quite a large P'ece j I I and club rooms also and the women's: FRANK B. GARDNER. "' .n.ger. Brent B lldlrttJ.
menced before a safety was scored, night with his mother Mrs. H L. of bis sfculL Miss YOUtlt 4s now I Eam rest room on the fourth floor through
:!
over there" ..nursing him. He Is doing_ >- .
counting two points. A little later Glover. the portals of which no masculine foot
another touchdown counting 5 was Miss Irene Glover goes to Mobile very welL dare trespass is said to be a model
scored. There was no more scoring soon She will be away some weeks, Mr., Oars' Tvoodrnff, of this place The room is darkened and the modn '
and the game ended 12 to 0 in favorof and will attend,the musical festival. was arri0'to-dav to Hiss Same,Ma eRemodn. :5CO' -soft I
lated tight striking on the greetcarpet
of ppfldnck Alabama
the Tigers. Praver meeting service was organ Mrs: Wbodruff Borings his mother-, =-: suggests nothing but peace and J
the Methodist THE BRUCE SKATING RINK
Quite enthusiastic followers ized Thursday night at .
a crowd of 'quite a nice at- and Misses Bra and Etna Vaughn : slumber. Spacious divans and perfumed -
of church. There, was
the two teams were presentand much and Mr. HoVv Woodruff well accompany mI sofa pillows Invite rest and repose.
Hendance. The workers are ; IU
witnessed the contest.. The High ihiin. They'wL., return to thisniace '
,Snniav evening. Mr and Mrs. ) I'' ::a WILL OPEN ,
0en The World's Wheat Crop.
Woodruff will be at home to their London Economist asserts that ,
Q '
? The
friends, :at the re tdf'n'e of his! mother. Jj: C enc the world's cereal harvest of 1908 cannot ( Monday Night Oct. 29th t'
; school enrolled one'hundred -
Th' public bas ,
,
: m tail to proT. one of the greatest
and twenty-five pupils.
A Safe Remedy t-, ::a evef produced." The wheat crop la at 8.00 o'clock. at the -- : .
'" above the average In the 'north of

France but It has suffered from New Skatin Rink New Method
Hall
For Woman's Ills ....'.Cap" and Aproa. drought In the south and west. Franco over Laundry, ;
When one Is giving a reception,tea or If
little
any
win need to Import very ( "
STO any little function in which the mald ON WEST ROMANA STREET.
bar
,
'' (iH ls the celebrated Hoststter's Stomach Bitters. It ts backed bye I wheat Spain baa reaped .a good ,
!)a 53 tun' record of cures and {hundred of testimonials from Is In evidence at door or dressing rooms, The'Tiat iron Brand. rest .generally while Germany has '
women everywhere who nave been cured by It after other a short round apron with bib and i I good crops of barley and oats as well Full. BrassBand. Will Furnish Music. 1'

remedies fancy bretelles Is worn and the cap b I "are noted for individuality and fortalloivmade : as oT wheat and rye. AnstriaHuagary
a; fancy little affair. One of the prettiest fit. The best New wheat
much
larger
,Hostetter's' designs and easiest to make is a ,No York tailor tailors could make make these better trousers.,ones !crop this will year produce than last In Russia tip F B.x BRUCE, Sole _Proprietor and Manager, guarantees 'I
'
narrow lawn bow'made with two short winter wheat crop bas been official*, s"fute"protection: .to all against the intrusion of objectionable
', & NIX,
upstanding loops and; two l long end WHITE reported to be t good one while the: parties '

n t t Stomach Bitters and.the bow set on'a little half,circle CLOTHIERS South Palafoz, St. more Important spring wheat crop- h
of trilled swiss. This la formed of a 29 Ron
Sold.in Pensacola by' poor IB,afl but stew provinces. ,
should therefore be the first choice of every sick or delicate circular.piece doubled over and caught, mania is tow expected to produce
K v women la the land, beause there, is none more safe and re- down with the boV: The most approved record wheat crop and Servla and Be \
"liable,- and because ,It will cure you of It will brprofitable to to invest
MAnT ,
v i Backache, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sleeplessness, cuffs and collars which can be worn BT gars have, good ,cr pa. The Canadla you
Poor Appetite,.Clogged' Bowels, Bilious Spells. Sour now-are-the simple-hemmed.bands.ofswisa wheat harvest win not Drove_ ver
Stomach, Bloating, Dizziness' or.FalntUo Spells. pinned ;on.over, of about three BLOCH BROS. & PATRICK :abundant India's wheat crop harvested

To'strengthen and It la exe (lent..'fortify We urge the a gystein} trial at against once attacks of Colds Inches:depthiarthe-,cuffss..and 'a- law g.ls"t\,\!averY'PlacetNas_ Yor last spring was;the greatest bot oct I! in JOURNAL: WANT ADS. i

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MMMMMMMM M M MMMMM M .""*" 't =r !
'\ ... Two I I i SsBrOWIICoi.'
f ; BargainsJ .
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] E5TATJBjFOliSALB $3350-Will buy 6 good renting houses, r BUY 'l aWE SELL: 'LOTS." t.PJ\NAMA.-CITY I

t: REAL Ii. corner LaRua and A streets. Ail ; '
-i- new. renting $45600 year winpay Pasne 918. Thisssn i Building!
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,. nearly 14 per'cent.l200Elegant .: I \
$ little 5-room dwelling, g.. : i
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lliIOMIB <
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: : .1 Strong street -.u of' .

(- 735.CO-Lots.11-to.14:. Pe Cor., block 132 .

} ._ _., .2.. .. :I See our list for other bargains. J. NitY_ .' : FLORIDANEW j
RENTS COLLECTED AND. PROMPT i '. f
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'.' '.' -.-: \ RETURNS .MAD According t:' "figured, recently I

_, t :' -T MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST- ON. 'compiled) the average 'family of $1251.D0-Elevefl: : lots, ,block 270.. New City. ;. .- .
REAL ESTATE
2 Dwellings on large corner lot 107x110 feet excellent. !neighborhood, : 4. MORCTAQES. moderate. means.' pays from r -. .r .
on East Wright street ....................u..u' ,. $450ff 00 4. WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVESt .
IN PROPERTY CAN 6EI-LI YOU 20 25 Per Cent. $1000,00 For :33.! feet through block: 232. t
:. -,-room dwelling on East Zarragossa street, nearSevIIIaquare. : ,..$2100 00 EITHER. i to S.' ew City. ., BplenJid" fruit and : DEEPWTERPORT.t RAILWAY TERMINAL I

lo.:. Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street. .*.....v.4i..w. ... ..$1000 00 : WE WANT CAN TO SEL SELL LIT YOUR"PROPERTY- ?*I of Their'Income to \good. aejihboruood-! .

7-room dwelling, excellent neighborhood, on East Hill, with.lot 110x- : BEAtlTIFUL !

.t.J, 150 feet' stone walk' stables,.etc." ..........<....."...:....,......;....$4500! 00 '.1 Fire Insurance Placed in Their Landlord. $1300X0-Allof ,blocli: 117 East KingS I i'. ST. ANDREWS BAY .

;'.: 2story. 8-room dwelling on Wright street near.. Palafox:.v..........$3000 00. First-Class Companies. Tractf ,- ""h ':.. .
: In other words the bread winner ..., '. ": .0.- .

;- (-room feet dwelling with bath on corner and gas lot..1.on..East..,...Gadsden.....!....street.:....*.,..lot*...12Cx132/2..!..... $3250 00- : s1 of works his time nearly for or the quite privilege.one-fourth of a $1300.00-SW csarterS lots) bloc 138.- : Panama Hotel ppen, 'Saw: and. Planing Mill machinery :

l' LESLIEljROOKSReal New Tract. -. : Block Works here. :
S-room dwelling desirably located on North Aieanlz trtet., with 'lot roof over: his head. City here: Cement 1200-foot

: I 50x170 feet .................................. ,.;.....,..\,...*.;:.. $2000 00 i .. -S :. Wagon WJiaflr .b.wlt..JJank ..and Store buildings !


:" :. .6-room land dwelling.........at...Gouldlng............fronting..........the.....railroad..........with.....4 20...acres......of. $2500 00 : Estate Pay Rent. to Yourself. $ 50C.05 West Four King lots -Tract rCor- en car block line 42, : going: up.... Atlanta, & St.; Andrews. ; Bay Ry. nearing :
'
: .. and Insurance.Phpne We can show you how your rent C I i the city. .
money can be applied to the purchase -, .

I't : '462. 112 S.Pa1afoxForak_ 1 of a home of your own if $. .ci--Lots. 21 and_2%. block 112, on - :
< 1I you will write; call or piscine us.McDAVIDHYER .. North Palafox St..

i ,HOOTON &, WATSON .i I I ... ,. .. .-. .. I i GET .}IN NTHE': ; GROUND FLOOR i


: : THE RENTALAGENTS, : $1500.00 W% block 251.t New City Tract .
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.- : CO., -,. '; ) .- : Write or See :

Real Estate. Insurance and Loans / .
| Agents New York $3000. :00 -'Lots 1' to 5' fW%) block 29,.New 0


r ; .f No 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone' No. 54. II II I I II I I I 100 Life EAST Insurancs GOVERNMENT Company ST., City.Splendid r. ,East for Gregory.lumber on.yard.railroad. i I- THE PMi'TY REAL .ESTATEvCOMPANY :

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; ........... ................ .. ......... I $250000. -Hayne For an Street.Ideal a Home.7-room 514 and North.hall I Phone 700. Pe.nsacola. Fla. _' ,: < :

cottage with, .all .modern conveniences -: $13500.00--Elegant lot on Garden street ...... ..... ..e................ ..

80x192. near Southern Hotel
I I x I .
i HELP WANTED. WANTED., 3000.00For '212 West Wright" street, a I I .
I \.'"\::\
I. \ very ,desirable 8-room and hall.
J -- I : residence with large lot. $6000.00-Lot,on Intendencia street. near.
IVANTED-Two traveling salesmen In A."TED-Refined couple desires board Ba>len; 77x170. -

\ Florida to sell Fruit Ciders and grocers' in private family convenient to car line. I THE STORMHas I ,
. : Sundries. $25 per week and expenses. Can give best of references. Address I -
I Experience unnecessary. California Cider "QuickCare JournaL, 28octltSERVANTS I J COLONiSToAYs
Flavoring Co., 114 :Market St. St. Money to loan at lowest market rate I $7875 00-120x122. corner 'Chase 'and Bay- I. \
Louis, Mo. 28octltN (:SERVANTS of interest. S not affected the values of Real .!*"< ThIs. lot Is within one block .
; SERVANTS'! :Mortgages real
on estate in this city I 0 ;' : street, and will double |
E EVERTWHE1E-44.00 daily-pass Who wants them? We are supplying I bought and sold. S I. Estate In this city 100. The buildings 'S -. In value.
private families with Germans, Swedes. : All of the :Maxent Tract west of "C" and wharves that were destroyed
circulars tack signs. No
)teady. Continental Distributing canvassing Co.,. Jolish.cooks Danes, nurses, Welch and and chambermaids.Hungarian female -I i street now for,sale. I will be replaced by .more, substantial : ARE AGAIN. HERE.

hJcago. tANTEDProposition For terms particulars etc.. address with : buildings. Pensacola has before it OTIERSFOR THE ASKING.' > a 7

In the south stamp Florida Help Supply Co., (Inc.), the brightest fall of its future.. I have : 7
by i
Photographer. Portrait or view work. Jacksonville. FIa. 4sundaysy I.. made arrangements to take all the
Stares; rent or open business In promis S I I property offered below its market. 1 TO.DAY and.every.day until .October 31st the MISSOURI 7

; %ing locality. Kalrnan. ISoa N. Spaulding, POSITION saw filer.WANTED Work guaranteed.by band or"Flier.gang" :I Fisher Real Estate Agency value. If you are afraid Pensacola Hcnpesand Good Interest \ PACIFIC .RAILWAY and. IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will sell ::

Chicago. ZSoctlt* Care Bearing I' cheap Colonist. Ticket. to CALIFORNIA, OREGON. and NORTHf
Journal. Real Estate
27octlw bring It to me I will buyit Property. '
.A.'lTED-C004 man In'each county to COLLECTION OF .RENTS: : ASPEC1ALTV. from you. WEST.- . : : / H

represent and advertise established WANTED-To rent a second-hand type $1750.00-12-room. 2-story on 60-foot lot Choice' of :two routes CALIFORNIA.. One through SAINT ::

)business house; permanent position; sal- 'writer. Apply at the Mayes Printing Co.26oct. Phone 87. 206 Palafox Some S East Wright street. LOUIS, .KANSAStfCTyStENlC. | COLORADO and SALT LAKE !
,' St Money In These. '
try $21.00 weekly. expenses advanced. ; I" CITY. The. .others :vla MEMPHIS and EL PASO, TEXAS. ;
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Address 0. E. Blew. Sec"y. Chicago. '
: iSoctlt* WANTED_ sir-room cottage to rent. A quarter block .(5;'lots) cor 12th Liberal, stopovers of five days. ,on California Tickets and ten ;
,. I willing to pay $ &00 and willing to'take street and 18th avenue; overlooking- $550000-For 2-story, 7-foom dwelling; days on Northwest Tickets! .' o
ANTED-Men to learn barber trade. two years' lease. Address Box MISCELLANEOUS.REV. the also 4-rootn cottage both modem
84. City. Bayou of the
one highest
pointsIn I conveniences and includes No Through (
The well-known Moler System of Col- Igoctlw S% of changes. Tourist Sleeping Cars every day.
eges founded in 1895. located in fourteen \i; New City two blocks. .from car line, I block on 9th avenue. '
"' sading cities offer splendid advantages YOUNG LADY:wants'position as stenographer SAM JONES' Life and Sayings. by! very cheap at JllOOu! HOMESEEKERS'! EXCURSIONS.TO M
-- iractlcal experience, qualified In tn.I<:- and assistant bookkeeper. Ad- his wife, is the biggest seller ever pub A block 300 feet front on Bayou, ., I*
lished. Price
r ,ors.lositlons life and scholarship locations.registered Catalogue diplomas.mailed dress "Bookkeeper. Care Journal.- and right to territory.$250 Magnificent only 60c. Don't outfit Texar. Beautiful shadp trees wasn't $2000.00-No 1201 North Davis street, lot ARKANSAS.. TEXAS, OKLAHOMA LOUISIANA, INDIAN :*

.,.,- ree. Moler Barber College, 2sew Orleans. 25octlw miss the chance of your life jto make L touched by the water and not a sLigle-j 6OXl% ., 2-story, with bath cheap. TERRITORY AND MEXICO. 7I
La.: 28oct6t- money. Write quick. Circulars free. L. _
A.1IJTETo buy a well-trained pointer tree blown down. One of the prettIest -t -
J. Nichols &.Co., Atlanta, Ga.
dog. Must
not be gun shy. Address r sites for residence
-: REPRESENTATIVES orders from Saloons. wanted Druggists to Hotels solicit lock box. 62, Bagdad. Fla 24oct6t' MATTRESSES RENOVATED--New tick est In the city a of Penco1 and$5,0OO.Wanted the .safe 4$350000-Gets'the 5 lots and 6-room cottage 30Days| Limit will be Allowed on These Tick- **

and Clubs far Woodland Whisky adopted I WANTED furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet I .. on NW Cor. Reus and Cer'
-Bids for the .
immediate
.
removal will be sold
f vantes. Buy and this on September 4 and
by the United States government forioep'tal I of two cottages from \\oolsey to taken up and matting laid. Leave improve 7I
) purposes. Easy seller. Commission Warrington. Address J. S. Hughes. War.' orders at 'Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. -:x for good renting property. 18 October '2 and 16. I

:.- or salary. Write for territory rington. Fla. 23octlw. Wesley Duncan. 7sept.. A house In good neighborhood t .
and 7
prices samples, etc. Woodland Distilling. '
: Co.: No. 16 Scott street. Covington, Ky. WA\"TEJ.Good: room with bath at. DR. A. W. HERMAN ,- Chiropodist near business district for about! LIBERAL-STOPOVERS.
t-; I S tached. In liretclassneighborhood will room 301 Brent Building, :3d: floor. All I t $3,000.. $5000.00-Elegant: little house on North ;

WiNTED.-An. experlE'nced p4-ter. Applytonday also take breakfast and supper, if;convenient. corns bunions ingrowing nails removed Hill all modern conveniences., 5 Go See the .New.Co ntry. .* ***
morning before'II o'{ ock, to 13. Address J. P. L., P. O Box scientifically without pain. Manicuring: List your property w h. me for sale. '" .
Free .
Literature Mailed
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oct 671. a specialty. 24octlm S on Request. 1T' ;.1I
iej-son. Brent Duilding. S oct21 I > ( -:.: >. 7
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I Ifu $2206.00 No. 1306 East .: I. E. REHLANDER/
TRAVELING salesmen wanted in TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit Cervantes Street ::
TWO. A-rrED-To rent a six-room house in ?. .
each state. Salary J35 per week and expenses. ; a desirable neighborhood by a permanent trees Jf all kinds, .also hedge plants : This, is brand new and can bebad Traveling Passenger Agent, 7
.' Experience unnecessarv. _Samples tenant. Address Box '103 City. planted by S. .D Jackson, J. W. Bullock Jr.Real on reasonable terms. S ,- S .Chattanooga Tenn. 7
<. free. Los Angeles Cider Co. NewYork. S ISoctlmWANTED on terms to. suit cust< 28octlt. ences. Address S. D., Jackson. City. '" '
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S AH kinds beer bottles. I pay I4octlm: I Estate and $1025.00-Gets 2 houses.and 3 \N\\\
WANTED man to assist with housework ISc-dozen. I handle all leading brands Mortga Loans 'I
Wright
and tend to horse. Apply 619 N. of'wlnes, beers and whiskies and still I WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP- We I Houses street. -
Palafox. Corner Gadsden. 28oct manufacture that wen-establisbM cough are now in our new quarters 214 East' Cor. Government and DeLuna Stm. in good -
Intendencia and ways-rented. For quick sale.If .
do
to
prepared
medicine. Joe every
clean and Government Roth, comer Tarragona thing in wagon and carriage building andrepairing. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD_ COMPANY.Through
.WANTED house. -Apply Good.53 man West or woman Gonzalez to St. L Sts. Hod- E. L. Herring City. 14oct Box 173. Phone 637 .

; 26oct3t: WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old MUSIC-Miss Cawthon's .Studio 3S6 you have property for sale or exchange. and Local Time Table Between Pensacola and Points North.
hats made new. Cleaning pressing List with us for quick results.
Brent Building. Voiqp and piano. Special i ,I
wanted for colored and
$ WA.'I\lTED-Bazber blocking. Satisfaction
guaranteed
attention to correct
given breathing
and I
trade at once. Good shop and good L Panamas .60c Straws 25c; Felt 35c; I placement. Miss Beatrice White takes' FOR SALE.FOR READ DOWN READ UP
trade. Apply to Adam Leary Florala..S Derbys, %5c. Victor Louis 100 E. Inten- pupils in piano, elocution anddramatic Trains Nos. Trains Nos. .
Ala. 24octlw dencia street All come in.' 6octim* frm"'F'ho 1284. Miss Caw- Salesmen: 2 4 3 1 _

thon; 810 Miss Whit 14octTARRNCE : SALE-HALL-BORCHERT DRESS hiOipmIlIiam'Pr. ...........Pensaco- .... .:.. .........Ar 4Ouamj 4.f'..: 1
HELP WANTED-Good cook at once. WANTED; -AH owners or poultry to. FORM-"Perfection Adjustable." Can Jas. B. PerkIns.Wm.. B. Runyan. ':3 am\. 6:20pm AI.\.h....,..t..M'nt: JI1ery... ,.............Ly 9wpm: .;.
Apply 820 N. Baylen street. ;24octlwWANTED know that we are agents for the cele & ADAm Livery, De- be adjusted to 50 different shapes. Bust l1bam 9:10pm: ................ ........ ....... _f.Opml: 3." _
for brated Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guar Funiak; single or double teams nightor and hips. Cost $IS, price now J8 Goodas 7:25pm 3:17am_ Ar------------._: ...... .!.!........ 8:4am,4.. -1...
S baby.-An Apply experienced to Mrs.nurse< Mat: L. anteed kill fleas to cure rupe..i coolers- (gape and to day; new rigs good service polite new. Mrs.. Geo.. W..Clutter 29 South BOARD AND :OOpm ...3iamLv.'t..e't..XashvUIe.: ....-........._....Ar iliam: ;: : "
5- Dear.young SIS N. Barcelona street. 5-locUw wonderful lice and mites. Also the.'r! drivers. Give us a triaL .hone 59Soctlm. : Spring street. __ 2Soct ROOMS 1:25am .8.15am/ .Ar.y.o: ........Evansville... ...............Lv3Ooamj I J
) Co. Phone egg No.'pro 334.,ucer.' F. S. Mellen Jfc' 7:40am_ IOpml,, Ar........::........;.St. Louts..i........L'rStspm: 3--:: ')5

S WANTED-Two drayimn. Apply at 8u4 18apr.: DRAWINGS an kinds Hull FOR SALE-Car load fine horses and ROOM Handsomely furnished 1 'fS ::; ....... ;....;.....; sbViI.Je.. ................Ar 3:17am 2-.J:
Engine
10 .\f. Iniendencuv.,, Btreet. : %3octWA.N'I'EDEnplver WANTED-At. once, a: four or five-room Patent Office machine:: and misc, madeat mules just received' ; also two milch exposure- all modem conveniences, southern 2 2:10am. 8:30am .Ar ........a......+._.Louisville..........._..-.Lv \12:4Sam, 3-' 'i
with %
S cows calf. Can' be seen at barn on 10am11:00u'n ..... ......
clock and Jewelryrepairer neighborhood.cottage. Must Address be' close 123.in and Care In Tour-good veioped.reasonable Sail rates.,boats)Patentable launches. ideas AddressW. de- West Intendencia. street. Turton. & Mc- blocks Government.from postoffice.Phone 05.Apply 236 4 Om West Ar. ,. ; -,.Cthclnnati..S......Lv _1.1:00P. _. SPa'
Millan. 28oct *
I with tools. State experience,S Sage nat 25sept C. MsGowan. Pensacola, Fla., Sseptlm '
and salary expected. The O. K. THREE DUNFURNISHED. ROOMS BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOSleE' AND NEW ORLEANS: :
Drug Store. Florala. Ala. 20oct! TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor MATTRESSES REXOVATED-Ofew FOR SALE-One fine Jersey cow with with 6&7 2&3 ---- -S S :
Gent's tick) young calf. Apply 809 East StrongSt. gas and bath. Apply 222 West Bel- 4&1 j- 8= % l&4-8&S:
clothing cleaned. pressed and furnished if desired. "
repaired Guaranteed.
WANTED-Neat white girl, to do office short notice 27octlw mont. 28oct 7OOam'liOSpm hihlam Lv:: ..Pensacola..Ar. i. 111
t on ; No. life West Carpet taken up and matting laid Leave 10bam 2.5am ....'....... OOaml f\IOpmj ::
work. Apply room :20. 1. Masonic Government St.; Pensacola. Fla. orders at Watson. ParkerReese 4:1pm.Ar.. .Moblle.......... .U:40am,11$9aml f 2m;
i 'reDIPle.r 19ocU septT. Co'a. FOR SALE-One-half Interest in the O.K. Roo rent.Furnished Privilege! light or housekeeping unfurnished, 354 for 1:00pm. 1:15am 8:15pm Ar......... _;....... 1I:15pml, ...'- S.:'.ine
drug store. Florala. Ala. Purchaser
AlI."TED-A. "R. Bmgham wants your 37 H PORTEK saUmaker, 716 South- East Gregory street. 2Soct
>
WANIl3cook.. For particulars call L must be competent toma.na.se business.
; and hauling Ho
moving FLOMATON
guaranteesall Palafox street. Orders taken for PENSACOLA RIVER'' JUNCTION .
at 14 East Oorernment street. 16oct2wWAKTET bre Lkage. Phone 630. tents. Clean stock; cash .trade; U H }'Ic- J. AND JACKSONVILLE
: awnings; ramp stools and house cots Doug d,"Proprietor. .<*r_ 20oct ROOMS TO-IIENT-Two or three unfurnished .- 21 I I 1 1 3TitTains; do.not atop at etations2 '
Prices reasonable. with small I 1 t f "
a family, in
etc. SUns rooms a
: )-Carpenters wanted. ApplyI4oct WANT'ED-Carriages repaired and repainted Daily DailyfDaily DaDy where no tIme is shown DaUyt Dally\Dt.\ (I..P,
; des:rable neighborhood, the line
OQUIdIZIg Fertilizer Company. ;. ; floats built to order; hors e SHIP 1)LERS-McKinzle Oerting-' PANAMACANAL EDITION: of The ,on very reasonable termsAlso near one car furnished ...... fi" 2:30: ..601 Lv.__.. ...... .......... .
12:4si
S, shoeing a 'tI'; lalty.- J.. G. Welsh Ca.rriage and Journal magnificenltljr illustrate ...... 5:00 2:3: 255l ............ 1:21! i: -
retail
& Co.. wholesale ship chandlers l room suitable for one or two .CentUry.t. l24o1 1:1 821 .....
Ftast-class blaekvsxnltb Co. containing scores o5 news, of' .. :
-S WA NTED atd woodworker.carriage Good position- and grocers. Only first-clans houseof the magazine.city and harbor. Fo. sale .'.tall entlE'T\'Ien. Address at'once.N R. M.," ."t...... 6:0r -.21 .3:05J .. ,.......Bluff Springs. .....:...... 'ts331 1:15' $:L-, ......
l' in Fair to alL 5:171 2.51 *:20j ...........-.MeDaviiS ....... j .....
for right nVan Address John G. Welsh kind city. prices booK; stores or at The -011111-1 olBce B> Care Uannah's Drug Store City. 2Soctlt 5:30' .. .t. : .1%::% 1051: 8:' &i
WNTED-Tiie Merchants ".4. 3:04 'lSJ ; :. .....Pine
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Transfer Co. Barren. .......
Carriage Works, Pensacola Fla. 9oct L wants your moving and hauling. All CARRIAGES repaired arepainted, : maiL 20:cents. ZXs pt I'FOR,RENT-Newlyfurnished' front room ......... .6:39. 3:13 .3-30j ...;.......... lonmr..h....;..... ..IZ:03r' IZZs-------------!
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# _- breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors".n. Floats built U order. Horse shoeinga FOR TSALE- A pottery works with steam In private family southern exposure, ..... .5:43.1:04.-. .....Qulntette............ .. : : ....
<' --- S I Proprietor. Phona 978. specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage.'Com engine. steam drying room. moulds desirable neighborhood and near ustnes'' ....... -ti'i:1:02: .3:26 .:11 ..... ...;.Cottage 11111 ...._..._.. .1144t'1Z2a/ ; : .7. .4--: ....
LOST. WANTED-AU kinds :' ran). 27feb and eVerytMns cbmpletefor'carrying on ,center. Use! of bath gas an of 4:23
electrical work. Apply to 425 West.Gregory o'- .ij..Gonzales............ *11:35.121 ...
the finest
business together with bed'of ..... .7'1: .
_- toO I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand MILTON UFHOLSTERINO SHOP" ;' :8:03 ::1:3 .. .
I ": Willie 28octlm : : ::45; .. ... ..
in Escambia Located .n. 'T2t
county. :
:z; Liter and white pointer other electrical supplies. When you Mims Proprietor. Furniture repairIng pottery clay .... 6:15 .! : "..:. ...........0li-re.............. '11:2'- .jI.: .-...
dog
LOST- in the city. Apply; to or addressIL -1:09
need me ring 345 or 955. E. W. right .S:% .3.1 *f.8 ......... '.
FeaKe .'.
an -S.-
5 of kinds.carpets laid, furni ; .
S
,furnished ... ....
two anti one-half years old. Re- TWO NICELY rooms rent .Brent..t. ;.. '...
for .11.1 .7\1
S about New Star : P. Reese. 16sep ; .... i204 \ :
Laundry BIdg. E. Garden. for ; ':b ............
;- ward. Return to J. J. Hooton, No. 37 ture packed shipping. Phone 63. .S:54:5:1": Goulding ......... .11:111-1:011 1:0., .....
r South Pal&fox street. 28oct3t. WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions Next to-Tampa' landing. 22aprtl FOR SALE-Nice home good location for F> ,.al' kIL.e.: ,A..ue..s i.h.S4.a thioeecnstreet I .6:30 .. t Ar......... Pensacola..Lv :tii:08j 11:53 1 7:001 "
farm. Enquire ,Chas. Lorange.I :.octlmo. ::
; chicken
wanted. If out of town ship
LOST-One whlto and dark brown 'spot them to us: if in town. ring us imp at No. MATTRESSES made AND to order. FURNITUREMattresses 191J West Jackson St.' lOoctlSt* 5-- No.211 J :,i i I -* I I Xis.:ii;
old PM '
tad pointer dog; answers to name of :334: or bring them t* u! at ,corn<,r of ticks ; ones ___ .5. TWO nice large unfurnlshf'drooms for I ,_ _;, __ i I"I I" j. Al5:00
'" *"Bruce." Finder return to T. E. John- Chase and Aleaniz Sta- F. S. Mellen renovated. New furnished. Second FOR SALE-A barroom ,and all fixtures! rent. Apply to F. R. McGee at T. MC : ....... ..... ro : L'V.Pen8&oo1a. _. _
Z 8OD. at Bass &; .Co.'So and receive reward. Co. Ac han<* furniture bought and sold. T.P-; pool and billiard tables; 'etc" In 'ar. fine A. roons. < -HootELEGANT S 5:20 :,"-'.. .. ..1. 7:13 ...... .A.r I ...:.. ..: JJ'
oct20tt 2Sjuly: : I holstering and repairing done. 114 E. location. :At a bargain if sold at once. ; : 5:22.....:. .17:15. .J..cd..Rohemia.-------..;........ -I..hOdb.. ..1. .. .. -I" :)
- Belmont St., city. Phone 771. Davla bt 103. City. 21sept TWO ROOMS with $ %.=. .... .. .GIoIn Polnt.....:..... .. .. -1\\' --3
S l.o3T-shlp boat, marked "Noach VFC Mfg.. Co., C. T. Davis. Mgr. Address convenience in private home iNorth every S "::%9............'.. '1:15 ......:................Ynlestra............. (...._ .j..r....i.1. ..... .-JII.
S in stern lost from good schooners 'suitable Hl'L Location choicest in with 5fO -.Escmbia............. .:: .I.I'
'of Kungsbacka. ; was HOTELS.BRIGGS FOR SALE-Four |city; .s... .e.-.. 1:1 ......... .
S alongside my ship Saturday night 13th H. ALFMAN Tin. Copper and Sheet- for lake sound and rives. Address table board convenient. 714 North Bay- : .I..MuIat......;....... ; /

: October Andersen 1906.Master Reward Swed.for bark return"Noach to B. I lights Iron a Worker specialty; cornice; roofing.work,. guttering and 'I'and y- 'M.**. care Journalzlaug len street. 24octlw -t 1:03: .:::.::..::,.::: ; : i;::::...:::::. :::::: :::::: ::::::I:{ }1I

< \' ." l oct HOUSE--300 feet west of Union' repairing, 109 East Government opera FOR SALE-At a bargain paylr Furniture FOR RENT-Two desirable rooms utrally S:3st-: :: ...Milton......;...... 13:19..j--------l- i"lI:
i } Depot, on Wright street: best locatIon! house building. Phone 1316. .2Ju elm at Us E. Inten' encia St. located convenient to business :: ::: :: ; : Itaisge.- .
business 7:03 Sle :::::::;:: :
S best rooms: best house to. stop at. .Rates I Address Box 325 CU'. 2tvt section; hotel and first-class boarding :'1.6 ..... ,,., 8:30 { ....... .. :::::: :::: ..::::::. ::::: ::::::, q.. .
of: lOc per day. 21octlm t house; southern exposure. Reasonablerates I ........ .MllIlgan..r.... .2
1:40. .. .
MONEY TO LOAN. i AUTOMOBILE or trade pearly : modern conveniences. References 1:09.. ....S S:5S:as .........a.-.crestview............ .. ........... ....., lI.n
BROWN HOUSE-DeFumaK Springs:! FOR RENT.: new and in good cond' ou. will pelt or exchanged.. 302 North Spring !street.21octlOt. : "f""...'..".." ...: 1:10 >.':..!..........:..t..I... >eer La'1d........... ........ ........ .....: 8:4:
3:331.
Good beds. airy rooms, elegant Address J. C. .II06SY Bsafi. :....:..
weals; trade for a- good horse. ...... ..-. .. tIS. .... !
free bath and sample rooms. Special Brashears. Milton. Fla toctlm S S ...... ..!'"!.. .. ;; .DeFJniak.Sl. >pngS_;..... .. 8:33..7.. ..
IDLE MONET In the bank FOR RE."T-Some nice 9:50)) : .....,..... .. :
East
YOU ? scores on : ; .
attention
to .tr--te.-
0 MATE traveling men. Rates $..00 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS tor rent ...... ... ....._... 1:4.: ,...... ......' '
I I can get you $ per cent on 'the best- per day.' J.,.IV,.;, Brown, Prop. Government street; cheap rent The: FOR SALE CHF.AP-AI nost new Maiden with or without board Table board. 952........ -... :6. ...Po..ce DtLeon........, .. 1:29.... ...... 6'-;
J f' Ct'I security. Leslie E. I Brooks ul% Fisher Real Estate Agency ljuly. & Sons' r4gno in handsome rosewoodcase. ; Phone gas. and bath. No. 3 Palafox-. 10:2 ....... ... .n.. 10..10.\ .: .l01S .
-5 Palafox. S .'f HOTEL SOUTHERN Open an the I A bargain. Piano can be seen _, :locUm ....'.. ..... ; ""l.CarY\ilJe............ :.: ............ .{
J I American and REf\T A. R. storage, 10:4. 1 :30 ...... '...... _
} year. European plan. FOR gingham has by calling at ...the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. ... ... .Bontfay ...h..... : .... ..... '
;. MONEY LOANED on real i estate. and I'' Special 5'.1mmer.rates.. First-class hi room for rent suitable for furniture : FTRKISHED ROOM for Tent. Apply 301 11:1Z..i............... 1&7 .:...#.;.....Cb pl '.......u...... :
short t respect. Pleasant 134 106 South Ft R ALE--IO.OOO acres round Umber: 11:2 10.8 .... .
personal property on notice. every and conven or other goods. and Tarragona W. Chase street.. 21oct .AyCOCk.... .... .
t. 3. W. Bullard. 28)4 lent. Mrs. T. L. Bowen street. Phone 639. .I land. 12,500 sawas11i! timber and caw! 11.43..d... ... .11.01 ..........i..CGttondale.' ;,
j: Terms easy. South Prop., Pensa- I .......... -.
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Phone 1144. I cola. Fla. mils 32-room hotel at a bargain. Sev-- ROOMS AND BOARD for J3.50 week. lrl4: ... \ .: .115: ;.: .
St. per i.'I..u..1 Palafox 15apr
f;__ era! good farms and town properties.Write Good Laura Gomez I _: I..._.. ....... .. ..;...... .. .7 ; ;
eating. .Crprt"U. I
Applyrs. ........
. .JBAT I HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu- Gentry & Setterlind. Chipiej, FlaS'ept. 200 West Romana. 17oct2w .12:53 .:.... .!.... .n:5% _;...;?;.::;.:..Cran< .6:37..4. : }7
; I. CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight 1 plan. Rooms :: 1:13: ; ; .f' ; ..... ..... 1.Rtdge.f. ;
cent. If you have ropean light and clean Pensacola. St. Andrews and : !". .1':02: ; Sneads... ......... 4:09.. .
youwmnt .
{ per Interest ton, see me atoa.t It Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South ,I largo ROOMS ,FOR RENT, with prtvi>*;e of I 1:30i ."J.,4.. 1.15 ....,...!River JuOltlon......... .. ,
SALE-Two .. ..
-I:, Mcurity.win be absolutely Leslie E. Breoka.sale on Phone real estate 462.ONET Palafox. Jos.' S. Nlcolau. Prop. ? Gulf STEAMER Steamship TARPQN.Co. FOR.to The Lewis Bear refrigerators.Co. 6oct Apply -: phone l.ght;on housekeeping car line. Apply; use 900 of.bath E.-Jackson and, i f 5AM 1.0iO ;.,. .. .. il4qt.Ar. :.-.Jackaony-lne- .... Lv .. .. \ 1I-0

or phoue44bT. lloctlm
TO LOAN borrowsmoney BARBERSHOPS. W. d. BARROW Master 'ORSALE-Saw Mill. 7S.000.000 feet i Trains n IItD4 2.2: and trains 2 and I J
-Everybody PASSE.GER' I available timber. Good location. Address carry through sleeping car between Pcm&-"
;r S from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 144 FIRST-CLASS AND FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms. cola and Jacksonville 3i-!& er Junction
Si. K Government St. When la need call -- FREIGHT SERVICE.. "C. F.. CareJournal. ZsaeptzwSALELodglnj Can or address J. .A. BlHingsley, 14 E. l and :Seabard Air LIne.. ,
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-Between- Governrr.eist'street.PLEASANT 16oct2w .
1 n us. MILTON-When visiting here have your FOR house', corner of .TraIna.stop onBigaL
l
PENSACOLA.
f" tonsorial work done MOBILE APALACHICOLA ,
by Ira Will .
-' Mime CARRABEL'.!. ST AN Palafox and Main' streets known as HOMELIKE PLACE tq -J,"
fMOXEY LOANED on an kinds of per- ing '"street. opposite jail. Clothes and DREWS. MILLVILLE.- Dunn's Lodging House.n established I board on North H1H. second door from I
I hats -cleaned and i
I t. tonal property on short notice. Terms 11 to hotels. Phone IS.repaired.;, Convenient And all points on St. Andrews Bay, Cat business; everything complete; a good I car lineFor* particular address No. 8
:'" "1'. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Romano. ', 26augEDUCATIONAL. rabelle and -Apalachlcola., Investment for the right man. K. Muller East...Strong. locUm
::: hone 1165. Ifeb SCHEDULE. 400 S. Palafox. IfioctSECONDHAND Subscribe will!!
... a TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms i : r the Journal It
I- Leaves Pensacola Sunday. 8.38 p. as. S for rent for light housekeeping. Phone .
I UNLIMITED amount of money'to loan for Mobile. Ala. SAFE for sale used no:.,or apply room.3, 204 .
1. I. on all kinds of personal property. Spclal *- Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p. ro_ only one year. Address P..O. Box: 4'%. ft South 'Palatni
t: rates to business men on large for St. -Andrews MlOville, Apalachlcola. W.S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencla. cool poet be
: loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204 Ji Carrabelle and intermediate points. : FOIl RENT-Rooms cheap reaL newly delivered to door for lOc 1 aWe
r South Palafox. MR& IOLA BARTON MASON wffl open For additional information amriy toJ.R.SSAUNOERS. FOR SALE-.Blacksmith shop and dwelling S clean furnished rooms ;suitable for your .
l. a school of Shorthand and Typewriting. excellent locatIon near Ice.0 factory;;; dffht housekeeping on the,hiU. Location
r THOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loam October 10. Apply either at 314 S. :Al-I E .R. COBB President. good trade large lot. good water reasonable hIgh! end healthy. Close to .
carline.
!: Up-stairs, corner Palafox and Romana canlz: or Typewriter. Exchange SinT 13 General. Frt. and Pas*. Agt. .P n- terms at Marianna Fla. Address Privilege of phone and gas. k- ,
...... I''"e 1!st"pu"I 1J ?-' h-Udtn. Joctlm Is acoU, Fla. W K. Taylor ChWF'n.: 303'tT',_.'F-::. P'r' 1211. Apply 314 1. E. ". : _.. t'. ..... ... '_# .:..

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GET THE BEST : ,"I'll : take a1itti : 1 -- l : -ii
SHIPPING -
: 'NEWS
MARI ROGERS i'I.- M RKEr[ ? fltP1 o t .. .. J' s __ ,
.\\P Say, i k .. \ r" > \
;that inan .earnesf : J' i i'I'
waY''Say
like -- "
-- you mean It. You've thc right to '. NAVAL STORES. 'I'I ,;, -v.p OI."U'.I3E1S"j: : :

Arrived. Yesterday.SJWcff' .' .. Specify the brand yoi want and Savannah, Ga., Oct.,. 27.-The naval >: : ,

,it's your duty, too. ..tores market closed today AS follows.frw I ,: : .
Gultport to floekztra 209. 'When '. .... .. ..............eoo MANUFACTURER OF : < : I Ii
a.rlna you don't specify jlbrand WaN .... .. ..............K 7 ,:: :
;
..' 1.... 2WJSS.1 bk -S1m. .notta of good whISkey .. .... ...............B 30 i fI
Cleared Yesterday.. ., you generally M ...m....j.jj.j..i\\...,.,........485 / \ Concrete d
old Blocks
Irene 4uatea.' get_ any brand" that's K -... .... .. ...t..4 65I Building ; i
in Cerckb. 2314. for Gewt.tuze.a. served in usually ...... ..... ..............4 25 .., ,, ; .# '
an .
r: ', bbls roam.. 2OOO gallons unlabelled botde' tI .............417% to 420O ,. t ? II
Acacta. -the kind that shows A.................._............415 : Jl !
Br ss. Them&. 1648 for Genoa. a long ......... ; J f.- Cement Pressed Brick ;
wi F ........... :* .4. 07% to 4 10 J \
Php: !ales c'tton-,m toM profit for the house-the cheaper E.......................'...........405\ ;
DI iC kind. D i.................................395' I .; lt
to tInnam. i3i for'Galves- C. ..;................................385. 'i
MARK ROGERS is Spirits Turpentine 68 cents. Window Sills and N
made
Barendregt Dutcl for ,
; is Hoekstra 092, i : Laps .' ( :
for men who ,
Buenos Ayres. with 800 tons coal. think enough of their .

Tapton. :Br Sailed for Yesterday.: toHdy to specify, the brand-for New York Cotton High. Market.Low.
es. Genoa. Open. Close. Stone 1"1 .
Recently Enforced Lucia Aust ss. for Venice. men who January ...10.38 10.3D 1030 10.3i Steps Coping etc. ti,
really I .
WITH can March .....10.53 1066 JO.47 1051 \ : ::
New Words VESSELS IN PORT. appreciate a good May ......1063 1064 1056 1059 .
25,000 Jitober ,...10.22 1022 10.15 10.20 .
NeW Gazetteer of the World Steamshlpi.cA8uUcIon whiskey. A whiskey December..10 10.31 10.J2. 1025 : Concrete Sidewalk JPaving j j'
de Lamnaga. Br Kramer that's always Liverpool Spots 5.99. ,
dh more than %SXX( ) titles baaed on tba as just a
6S3oaarle 1076.
to Gulf transit; Co. Aew York Spots '
returns little :
latest census I t Acacia. Br -as. Thomas. 1848.. Buenos better in good and anything in the Cement line. -- :
Sew Biographical Dictionary Ayres, to Cult Transit Co., company. Grain and Provision Market >
Jcntalning the names of over XOOO< noted August Belmont Br ss, Clarke. 2987, Wheat- ti,
,
date of birth death,etc.Edited Newcastle on True to Gall Transit Co. At good places; but Open.: Hlfh. Low. Close. *
,pe.-o1lSo AxmJnster. Br ss Splnk. 123L Havana be December. ....73% 71% 73ft. 73i ALSO DEALER IN f.i i ,,:
by'W.T.RARRISP1a.D..LL.D., to master sure to specify.ILCTHNTHAL !May... ....77% 7TT!(, f "IT. S .J1 t :
f tiled states Commlaeioaer: Education. Benedict, Br ss. Roberts,-176s. Kingston Corn. i : mi.:
1
2380 Quarto to S. P. Shotter Co. r "C' ; :;
tMM mMtnams.Pages JtJNecdedlnEveryHome. Oracle Span ss. Ruiz. 235S LIverpoo'to I I &BICCAaT December ....43% 43% 43% 43% : .: Portland Ceirient Sand and GraveL I
,Iq r Railagt Gulf Transit Co. May .......?_ ..- lt.
Ida. Aust SB, Hregllcb %093. New Orleans ,,pi.oflhi, Oats- .
I
"B ,._ .
to Gulf Transit CoKirkstan & B"THBCUATBlGHODSr Open. Hiarh Low. i- S.
; ,A.l.oo\\tur's CeUegUU Dictloaaiy Br s, Hinde Cokm t< ._ '"' ember ....t!5'S :i! 4 ai% 33" ; I ,
I :'Pa:& Wt Ws I :Maoter Mar .........35% 8514 Z5 35 1 ., OFFICE: WORKS: ilift. -.
I : Ewti7z1OitnoIsu. I I Pallas Nor bk. Johnson 1219. Plymouth : *
.
EdltiOllI .. to A. ZeUU8. New YdT-k Stock Market :!Alcanlz' and: Gregory Streets.P Tarragona and Bralnard Sts. ;
I LUll )p1 1" rr- I '
De-=-.'........a UIIe! J&PIiP.:bstZt till..... Tugela. Br ss. JvichoH. 21U. Cardiff to ITLANTAI Sou. Pac. ................... 91%' 91% I 'ore 367. ED B. f
H. Basis & Co., Copper .......,.......;....110% 111>4 BANKS Supt. t'1' ,
FREEMctuMryWriaMM.1*ghirt n te4 gtayHtta. A. S. R. .....*.................13114 mAtch i ... .,.
OC. Ships.Avanti ............. ........101% 101% w. '
G. ( MERRIAM Ct).. ... .................. wI--
!. Nor chip, Anderson, 1(48 London A. R. .153% 154% mammu te: iJ i: : I i.
Publishers. Sprtaiflold.M.... to order. B.,R. T. ,.......7.1.4 ...... 78% 'jJ,.. A :
Ferreira Port. ship Barros. SK, Lisbonto B & O. ............n' 119 119% S c Hi: ; ,
master. Erie ..:,...............::::: 43% 43% ';':! .'>
r------ Canada Br ship. Spurr % Rio t.' L .. ..,... 51% 61% r -t
Janeire to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.237. $urAcuptes U-; S. ...:::::......:::::::: 4S% 47% DIRECTORY -

Ingrid, Nor ship DanaeU. 1260: Antwerp ,U.. S. Pfd.. ...................106% 106%, f. : 'r
TYPEWRITERREPAIRS to McK. Oertlng & Co. 01Unpt41 R.8. ... .................. 35% 35\
Lena. Ital ship .Tassara, 1581 London L. & N. ..................143% 143% .
to order. Lead ...............;....... 74% 74% S 1'
M. P. ...................... 92%.. 94 PROFESSIONAL.
Barks. I. C. ...............?....i.73Vi 173% consistent d :: I .
Afredo. Uruguayan bk. :Maragas 9S7, Can. Pac. .......;.-.;. ..174% 174% Saving '
Montevideo H. -H.. Thoraten.' I N. T. a ..................128 128 T. G. YATES, M. D. .
Alfhlld. Swed bk, Svensen. 1332, Durban P. O. ...................... 88% 88H 1
Having secured the services of an ea- I to master. Reading .............,........140% 140% ;:.
irt repairer. we beg to notify the public Andrea,' Nor bk. Quale, Hi. Durban St. Paul ........i...........170% 171% Optician. [.: i
(that 11 e are now prepared to overhaul master. R1.. ;........;,;...f........ 27% 27% '' i ;.
iJojust or rebuild all makes of,typewrit3 Avon. Hal bIt Avegno 1477, Genoa to S. R. ........(...-.,......... 33% 33% 306 Thiesen Building. ; ,1ITcTThToTh ;:
!- and adding machines and cash regtstra master. Penna. .......,.............139% 182Witcher.
\ AU work g aranteeci. Estimates filld. Campbell Nor 'bk Hausken. 1100. S may. be slow, but it's a certain road to inde- .! '.
( Telephone us and we will send for Stavangtr tp McK. Oertlag & Co. Zemurray & Co.'s Daily Cotton 'f t
Krar machine, or call and make an exam- Chasms Nor !bk Jorgensen 557, Letter. pendence and riches. \ :
b tion and-estlmate. Fleetwood to order.I : New York Oct. 27.-New York opened : i.
,- Hereford, Ivor bis.. Jensen 1380, Rosario I tM. TioTlnjr at 10;38 for January and Our assist L. PHILLIPS Ph. .
to crier !"'C fn- rtff ""'bef. on slightly better Savings Department will you 4in [, .
Nor bk Hensen. nun Of CLERKS .1.1tND cables than were expected. The trading -
Pensacola to HelmdaL order. 1354 L .'_' ..!,. ,.,,u.i :.>ion was. of light gaining financial independence. Homeopathic ; ,.; !
Humberto Spa bk. 1111. Battle. Havana Jiaracter. high and low being but nine I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I .
to order. points apart. The closing was quoted amount from dollar omc. and Reelden, 12 N. .4'
,Any a acceptedat
Typewriter ExchangePHONE Isabel. BrowueRus: bk. Undqulst, 1231. INSPECTORS] steady. January 1032; December 10.K. up Hours: to 11 a. m., 1 to I P. u \' ,
do not care to take -
Hull to master '
KInk Oscar H. Ncr bk. Johnson 752. and dIef position on either Bide over 4 per ce.nt.: paid thereon. compoundedsemiannualiy. Phone 65. ::"r _
1369 Rosario to A. Z.liuL the week end. the market bem.. v." -- wwJJfiflJJJfiflflJq It 0 0_ .1 !
.
Nor bk.. Aanonean. 1030. Santos sensitive to weather co""ltl".. **- 'f
313-315 Brent Building tout: CHOSEN BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ins temperatures are predicted over nor '
LlviJs. Ururuayan bk; Lopez. 700. Ha- n Texas, making both aides cautions. Frederltk Autfeld. F. M. Blount. 1:
visa to order. TO CONDUCT THE We expect to sea, hlguet UMU..VVkc
Maria. Get bk.. Krenefa. 1922, Kings '_. -AK. oi.ua Suggest: purcnaaea uo f. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT'i'i ,.
Lynn to master. NOVEMBER ELECTION. all breaks and acceptance of moderate
Negpore, Nor bk.. OJerdsen. 1128. East profits. Middling Spots in New York today -' Architects 5,1 -tl
London to A. Zelius. are quoted quiet at 10.75. 312.314 Brent Bidg, "3 Moan B:dg.. :-1 ,
TheGeniune Noaoh VI. Swed bk,. Burgfeldt. 12SO. I NATIONAL Pensacola, Fla.. Montgomery, Ala. "" .
FIRST BANK I ',
Natal to- order.Olivari
I Port THE SCHEDULE
Precinct No. 1-D. M. Cherry, James (
Hal bk Costa. Genoa to order
Jones C. W. Andrews.. Inspectors; A. FOR TODAYThe 1-11

: Super Nor bk. TJllch 1934. Antwerp Benton. clerk.Precinct OF P 'N "" -t.I ..\. WM. A. BORMANS, i t ;
I to A. Zelius & Ce.. No.,:Floyd Athey. Hf la MU- Pensacola Electric Company to-day- Architect and Superintendent :
I Sell.een..... Ire. J. F. Helton; Inspectors; VT. H. White, will ran a convenient schedule for tb"who. -. i
I clerk. 'desire to along tha bay sho Designated, r StatCI. Office-ovd Brent Bunding .i 1
I Donna Christina, Am sen.McLeod, 165.I I go Pentacoia Fla.ealoeorwUikey.l. j
Belize to master. Precinct No. 3-W. W. Klrksy, Harry' view the damage, of the reoent atToday's S
Article I Domira. Br scb. 'Reddle. '2001 St. Lucia ,schedule. is as follows:
"E.:
t Lewis. O Brewton. Inspectors: G. A-1 STEAM DIVISION. H. Kn wles. PresldenePresldent and Cashier .
to master.Freddie Heucken. Am' sub -Bryant- 475 MoFrtll. clerk.Precinct I Leaves Pensacola. Leaves Ft. Barr; I "IDS. w Brent. Ass ._..... .", w. N. Roberts Ass't Cashier WooUerS!sTymtoI* ,
I Havana to master.: No. 4-John Longren. E. Pad-i 900am. 10:00 a. trecto.-F.C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowlee. W. K. Hyer.Jr. ::: ? : .
THAT'S gett ,Wffl Brlgga. Inspectors John'"Gates i 1:00 p. m. 2 oo i. D. O., Brent. ESS \IeIxiofoolaas J
2:00 3 00 I
; clerk. p.in. : p. V I ". J
I 3:00 p. m. 4 00 p. ... ''nf. \\1&tP, book ot I'U'' 1 \ ;
I WORLD'S WOOD SUPPLY. Precinct No' 5-J. C. Cowan. Alex. .4;00 p. m. 5:00 p. II I1tieu1ir3OaliO1fl5.. ,
Webb W. A. Waters. Inspectors. Jas.Meholsen. 6:09 p. In. 6:00 p. m n a SPOImcatorleu' trees ;

PIEL/ BROS. lerl u Problem ..:Meet the Imeve.- clerk. : 6 00 p. .m.., ELECTRIC.t- 7.00 p. m. SineaLAdcr5sLDt .
Precinct No. 6-Tbos. Darison C. IL I : AND B. M. VOOLLKT, I i i.t"
las Dcioand. ( Leaves Pensacola. Leaves Big Bayou.7:00a.m. !I i-- .'.\-..,. "- ... toU.I'rYur I I,
Consul William C. Telcfamann of El- Jackson. Alex..'McVoy, Inspectors. ; Ollie, 7:30a.m. Thr, ..!.....t'G & 'I '
Jennings clerk.Precinct '
REAL benstock reports to the state depart- No 7-A. D. Nicholsen.- J- O 8:50 8:00-a.; a. in.in.I i 8:30 9:30a.a. :: II C.-. U MR,President JOHN PFEIFFER. *.ssltsstCasiiIer. i f
GERMANl4GERBEER Ward. E. A. Tucker Inspectors C. M. 9.60 a. m. : ,, 100 a. m. I I ,a.E. LAlik.!lce.Pres14ent and Cuhlet. J.W.ANDREWS.Assitfast Cuhltr I
ment at Washington concerning tho'world' clerk. _
.. WII ns 1):iiO a. m. 11:20 a. m. SOCIETIES.J :
supply 'of wood to.the. effectthat Precinct No 8-Taylor Crabtree I A. 11:50 a. m. 12:20 a. In. SECRET .
I L. Mathlas A. Fleming" inspectors, J. L. 12:50 p. i& I 1v" 1:20 p. m. I THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .. \
the demand'IDltead of diminish- I McCallum clerk. 1:50 p.. in. \.
-
I Precinct No 9-J. A. Gilmore. !L Stur- 2:50 mI r : :: PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. B.
.... M was,expected wben coal came I divant. J. T. Filllnglm. Inspectors; P. M. 3:19p.m.: p ? "t' 4.20p.rn.p I Pensacola Lod e. No.3, K. of P. '

In as a substitute for wood has gone I Prichett clerk.Precinct 4:59p.m. ..... 5:20p.m. \ Cf FtNSMCOL flLOpera meets every Monday evening at 7:3D t !
.
I No. 10T. Rigsby, Burgess 5SOpm.- 1:20p.m.6:50p.m. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hallo I' r !
TRY IT! on Increasing until the question of a Bryars. C. J. Ward Inspectors; A. T. 7:30p.m. House ,Building. I rer Pou'a stable. West Intendenda SI .
J I Rke, clerk. Visiting: brethren cordially welcomed.
.
continued supply to meet the present, Precinct No. 11-.?. W. Emmons. W. G. 890 9:90 p.p. m.m. 9:30 1:30: p.p. In.In. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. E. IL EIfNUlD. C C. S | i

ONLY 15c A BOTTLE rapidly Increasing rate of consumption Williams W. L. Minis Inspectors; J. B. 10.00 p. m. 10:30 p. m. H.- MOBStER K. of B &S. ",
Stewart. clerk.Precinct (AI IT L.STOCK $200,000. $60.009. < 1 l
b avery serious problem., No. 12-J. N. Andrews. W. L. SURPLUS\

$1.50 PER DOZEN. The coal mines of Belgium, according Moyer Wilson, F clerk.F. Bingham Inspectors: G. E. Subscribe for The Journal. '. DIRECTORS. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. f J ,

to Consul Tekhmann. called for Precinct No. 13-Thos. W. Kent Jas. C. Meeting of the .- Ii
Clark. Otto White, inspectors Julius Keary L Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. E. Browner Knights of Columbus
1,742,70 square yard of wood for the Menko, clerk. I,. M. Pfciffcr W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, ; No.are held S West at their hall. :t -J I I ,
Intenden ,
,various purposes to which wood is put Precinct No. 14--.Tos. Brown. Dixon B PRETTY TABLE COVER. Eryao Dunwody, 1 T. F. McGourln J. R. Sounders, cia street on every '
Morris Dannheisser Reed. Sr.. John O'Brien. Inspectors; Abe
in mines in 1903.:) Each year a renewalof Daniels clerk. I-. M. .nry. W. H. Milton 0. E. M urs. Monday evening at 7:3) l'

old supports .is taking place andnew Precinct No 15-T. S,Carob Phil San- For Cs. IA the Parlor, fllttlmsT Boon ., W. L. Canthon Dr. W. J. Hannah Mckenzie Oerttng tion o'clock.Is .An extended.invita U '

12 w. Zamgoul St.HICKS', ones are ,being put into new gal rhez.Rlera James clerk.Precinct Whltehead, Inspectors J. E. or Library. Alex (McGowIn, C. tf. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. visiting Knights. ;!l. .

,J! leries. Railroads eat up enormous Flowers, Jas.No.Hubbird.16-H. H.Inspectors Batcher,W.Luke B. 'The illustration shows a pretty table 'iilci) itittitlat, !'cr rest It U.U, !:1.U CBS 5J.tt the jctr. invite p rtaent J. S. LEONARD JOHN Grand B. JO ICaight na.. IiJ. .P

quantities of wood In. cross ties. Add Hubbird. clerk. corer that caD be carried out In almost in cctstcton for the> convenience of cnstoaen. Becorder. '.' t tIf S
,
I to these wood for excelsior, or wood- Precinct No. 17-.?. E. Spoon. A. W. material the model however, being -
Majors Hiram Sugys, Inspectors; T, N.. any interest Paid on Time Deposits
wool newspapen.bags.. etc., and one Ferrpercsnt
Adam clerkPrecinct designed for nse in a drawing DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. ;
OAPUDINECURES will have tons running into the millions No. 18 J. W. Bowman.. ,AWilliarrs room: library or living room.' The Naomi Lod e. No. 10. Daughters of i
H C. Johnson Inspectors; T. Rebecca, meets every Monday night at
each The following table is
year.-, J. Cushion clerk,. shape was a Iar:? circle the edge of I I o'clock In L O O F. halL tailing ;
; ,designed to show the importations of Precinct No. 1> -A. B. FUlmgim F. M. sisters cordially I present.
wood Into the countries named: Wood. E. A. Hall. Inspectors; J'. B. MRS J. '.rtt.futi.t N. O.,
ALL ACHESSomething Cooper. clerk.Precinct II MEL HATTIE NEVILLE See.
Cubic yards Cubic yard No. 20-W. M. :McCurdy. M. I THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK.

Lea veasa.asTXWbSUS England ....I&u.6118' Italy......... 915,15 F Martin. Bill Newberry Inspectors; ". ,
L4tUSISC.. Germany ...ll.tC6.tr7 Denmark .... 843,00 Mark McCurdy clerk. RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. -
........ Precinct No. 21-John BelL M. ..
392.232Belgium
Trance S."M. Spain derson J. Patterson, inspectors; C. R. Rathbone Lodge No. JO. KrJ hts of :
."' .... LM7.777' Switzerland 4 2U.T7B \aughan. clerk. General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and Conservative Pythias meets every Thursday nlknt at
The exportation of wood is as follows Precinct No 22-W. M.,Bowman. B. N. I Basis. Castle HalL Members of sinter l de
Jernlgan J. IL King inspectors; W.. H. and visiting brethren cordially invited
: Mayo clerk.Precinct .' to attend. J M ROPEK. C. C. -
New Cubic yards. Cubic yards.Russia No 23-IL C: Kellnm. D W. I Correspondence Solicited R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. C.J.LEVET. K R. & So' f

..... 9.M4.r' Jlnland ....4.3 0.4E1 Bowman. W. J. Kellum inspectors; R. J
Sweden ..... S.33.1S9: Norway ....LKUtt Seymour clerk. t M. E. B. A. No. SI. meets first and I
Austria and BsnZa-Her- third Wednesday eveni.>r* at 7:JO p. m, -
Hungary... 8,829JW ,secovtna. MXC74 R&fford Hall No 19, West IntendencU

Something tine .*. Exclusive of Russian Flalaad. JACKSONVILLE City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. stTec.t.. L. 8WEE -PT.A.Secy.G. FELL Pru..T. S

North America Siberia. Africa. India. Denomination $OM.OO each. Dated January 1st. 1908. Maturing January, let PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. 0. Or F.
.
Korea and 8 nth America 1936. RedeeJhble Jan. lit 1925. Interest Payable Seml'Annuaily.WE
China FensacoU No.
Lodge. L
4. O O. P.
SALE THESE U SALE,
FOR
That's what we are still contain great unutilized and almost CARNIVALNovember OFFER IN AMOUNTS TO Bf lp : rEPRIOR meets every Thursday evening at 1.1t
a.the new hall on Belmont and Bayien
on the m'ar- unknown forests. Nevertheless it streets. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. -
putting
would be well not to exaggerate the The Bank of Pensacola B. R. WITKOVSKY. N. 0.
.
ket. Irs in the shapeof dimensions of there- wood supplies. > dBCCLAX TASXJI COTXB. ,Peoples A. KERLE. Secretary J

a small, all-Ha liany African fore ts are really composed 5.10, 1906. which heavy was embroidery scalloped silk.and buttonholedIn The irrego- Pensacola! Fla. W. o.' w.

of aotalag bettor than thin bushes Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. w.. "' J
vana five cents ci- lar'deslgn and the band inside the scallops S ...
in ball the lit and
Siberia la already being systsmatleaBy meets Pythian 3rd

gar. It is called and subjected' to deforesting, SEABOARDAIR J and were outlined silk cord in which narrow was gold coached cord ...........- .............,.... .. .......... ......... clvereigns Wednesdays cordially In each f'm'mCH.month. Visiting ;If
green a F. c. c.
which wiH also begin in Korea In the
The LINE RAILWAY on, the work being very quickly done. -.w.IIr ? LESLIE E. BROOKS Clark.
Gonzalo
near future. The coyer used as a model was of ., S
:N.rth America, bowerer. once the ANNOUNCES A RATE OF I
heavy mercerized linen of a soft green in a savings bank at4 :
for the I' Deposit your money S
'wood storehouse
"Babies"It possible Otffe: FARE tone but various other color combinations -I.
Pens cola' Home and Savings EVANSVILLE &
the
world has not enough wood to supply would be equally effective, and per cent., when
Its Own demand 'aotwlthsteading its Plus 25 cents to Jacksonville"' return issue
for the Public, and one cent per mile If desired a single, cord,could be used I' Association will you paid-up st.ock .
is manufactured Even .
606,555.000 acres of wooded area. for Military Companies and Brass to follow the design. In a smaller size bearing interest at 5 per cent per annum, payable TERRE HAUTE
I'
expressly for us ands now It .is deyeadeot upon Canada Stations Bands. Rates on Seaboard apply In from Florida.all Agency. the pattern could also, be used for : .
of forests
which, wtUa.ltl1JI.1S8.ooo) acres i semi-annually. .
,
whJte'rot.
white linen counterpanes S
a winner. Call for repreeents "probably the largest H. G. DeSILVA A. CRCENHUT J. S. Rtwe. R. M, CARY, RAILROAD
which has
ton loop braid exactly the -
.
Treasurer. '
Vlee-Pretldent .csetary.I
them. They are the single area of aay country In the DATES OF SALE. effect of hand work being used as ex i Directors President.-HQ.. DeSlfva A. CreenhirC: Knowles Hyer, ', A. .V* THEDIRECFLINETO J
Canada sends its entire surplusto
best yet. world. plained.-Exchange.A ., ClublJl C. H. Dot O. E. Maure. Sot Cahn. .
( the Catted 'State AKhoaga large I 43 South Palafox. -
November 5 6 7 8 '
in ChI- ,and 9. CHICAGOand -
territories' of ,
na. Korea !India forests and especially South America I OIL Ie* Cbert.A a.. .. .......... ..................!...... ..........

I remala to be utilised." It .is certain that Final Limit, All Tlcket November 11, -_writer in the Hoq Beautiful describes ... All points In the
100s.call -
: of old ice ..
conrersioa
./ : the question of tM future wood supply the an j jI -
of hall furni Nortb and Northwest
useful piece
TheLewis chest into a .
of the werM. now attracting the attention on ticket agent.
your
of economists,.will continue to excite :- ture. The possibilities of an old -Icebox Subscribe for the Journal, It will _
that from the top,
kind opens
the
continuation .
Interest The S. GJ
great BOYLSTON Jr.,
Bear Co. of'the present wood: consumption with- Acs't Gen'l Pass. JACKSONVILE.JAS.. are wonderful I sawed the legs off Exceptionally Low Round
I
comprehensive reforesting willilthIn mine, put rollers on and after scrub Rates all Summer
out JAS., F. TAYLOR, bing. stained It weathered oak. I put be deIiveredto door (fpr I tOe a I Trip to .
\wholesale Dealers a century at the latest result In I Traveling Pau. Agent. : your Points.
and very important scarcity of TAMPA.EDWARD. on black Iron strap hinges and a big 1 lourist
a great ; _
then took the tine lining out _

Pensacola ,the wood IUPpl1Subscribe. 2nd Vlee.:F.Pre.ldent.OST, oil padlocK.relined with green picture matting week ': <. __ :! D.CH. Hillman 8. L.. Rogers,'..
Fla. 0. P. & T. .. General
for A. Agent
,chest rziIbJ.U. -
handsome : -
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CHARLES and had a -
RYAN ." : .,:,, .; '
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Gen'l Pass. Agent. ,- Evansville. Ind. Nashville T n$
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OCTOBER28; '1906. -. ,"
JO'URNAL. SUNDAY :MORNING, '
PAGE EIGHT', THE, PENSACOLA .
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: 25,000

J PEN SACOLA t t with re adersdaily

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4y IF IT'S HERE / : The
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IT'S RIGHT HAS CANDIDATE t t VOL IX NOX37

f/. I' >? <. ...
XBalt.

Bible FOnCONGRESSL /fA\ rF' KINII ts( I
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overcoats Turn them "Uof 1eO
or I.[ : .
r: inside out and note the
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F .B/Meeker Socialist
Nom-
f 'lining.' Seams, buttonholes

L -every little; detail .' inee, Will Oppose. W. -
.
.. shows, the hand of the f B. ,Lamar.- .'? rC. */ / i A 0
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: ?: :a;vI
master tailor. t c>e ca cac>tx

f No hurried work, .noimping SOCIALIST CANDIDATE DOES NOT

l': & { nothing IS 1> .. ..y's EXPECT TO BE' ELECTED, BUT CLOTHES local just:Observe forwarded:' Wn.at to .HOOre.

:' slighted. That is why 4-, SR v-9 IS MAKING' RACE' AS A WAITER I bief Bureau of Depar the Tj

;: they fit so perfectly and .:.h ,,. .. OF PRINOPLE SKETCH -5F Leather detailed oQd
,I SStfufc of Sept
: hold their shape,so much' CANDIDATE AND ''PLATFORM OF he e report also includes |

better than others. PARTY.It : N.Y. WI! 0(1 I (o nsacola'every storm where that the wit ha:

: $10.00 to $ 5.00. ,,r'r''k eeded fifty miles was estabhl PEr hlocaJ

, -, e" t'k may-possibly surprise many peo 'I HE OLLL e repart bureau full is as i
ple,to learn that PensacDla enjoys the I Mr. Reed's Rep
4 distinction this year of having a candidate The first warning of
1The' John WhiteStore for congress-the nominee? of the tropical b.umcan) <|
the Socialist party In.opposition, to i : i ensaco1a on the night
: .s: ,,. i they are in
I'I'S Representative W B. Lamar. The ;:r: i. : :: : Because 6,21 received was given at 8 p.an m.i isage

} Socialist candidate Is Mr.,T. B. Meeker ass;
v y % :1'r':4.yi : ;
a cjt
that
1 bet stating
. re well-known retail salesman of LI t pg .{:t, K;'A: r !'. styled* Doping'u. south of Grand!
the Mr. Meeker ol H
i SPECIALISTS. MEWS _AND city. doss not ? ''.:f a< .py: 71ry.r would probably move
BOYS'' WEAR. course expect to be,elected. but he Is : ter made fit better eel of Yucatan. On thesage |
'0 ; / z1i' at 8 m.,
'f received p.
Phone 225. 205-207 S. Palafox. neverthelss going to make the race i
Tort
that
t', ,' '3i and his friends are scattering Socialist !Formation
than other had been orS
it Taming
literature everywhere. The Socialists any 1OSS m. at Tampa, Punt
of this section. have become p.Bassa )Swim! and
of f what ta stated tha
r, .. CgtheaMaken OQOS.S CA ; matters not pace essage.also'would move nol


E Ei i This is the .Cheese Season. Z.w. 'f P4vr.M"v j.... cad N4w name or price*. 0 j>&he rn a.dangerous Yucatan gulf to.'for on channel the the for next vessel 24th and II]

j .
nessage was received:
: .- r. YP.D% : ,: kp'F.y sell Schloss thai urbanceoffwestern
Clothes
r i One great reason we is : "they :iuba moving northwar
:.:: No meal or lunch is complete without Cheese. 2 or vessels leaving or

;:: It is a substantial diet, and it is always health I We 't afford to take chances for 0 x>rts during the next
ful a.N satisfy can \ ,; : we guarantee :55 a. jn., on the 25tt
t .. at this.time the year. Ours is fresh and essage was received,

-.;. fine. We have fresh shipments of f sell "with back { satisfiedYou Center of disturbance
<'", t i everything we money if'nott sees ioutheastern Gulf and

I EDAM, McLAURIN'S' t... xI how careful we have to be. You should be careful in buying eta ore In northward middle and; dang east

t ROQUEFORT, SWISS. lorida coast next tw<]
i 1. ,'. ::25 p. m., on the 25th
,nf, .i afford take chances than term' warning message
too to
t f;, Ring Phone 212 and let us tell you the names of the probably you can no more we 'Northeast storm warn!

,1. I many other good things we have in stock. k'ew chlcola Orleans.Carrabelle Pensacola]

1 Bear mind that sole of the SchSoss unnellon. Tropical dl
in we are representatives oved from Yucatan clard
over Gulf vessel

r I East 11h1111 Grocery '09 I i firm in\tliis section, and that we carr a :full line of their fine a lorida ports- WednesdayAt should IT L

6:10 m. orders

t;,; ., )N N Ei M. F.' Bowes, Manager. Phone 212 N T. B. MEEKER Clothing We also have cheaper clothing for those who want e >arnlng continue; with p. the the dlsturbac tnfom no

1 of the
e :enter ]
i':; :,: : Socialist candidate for C'ongress.from i1 it garments that are excellent value at $10 $1250 and $15 0 utly approaching$ G]
:: & 1: ",- 11 3rd Congressional District. 'ensacola and is.likely
: along the middle and: uccaat.
Coi6erand the ." Steady northesj
s styles -
see
........... .........NMO............ ...........0.. more active this year than heretofore railed all day bn the 21

: 4 4: and for the first time have brought ... twenty-eight miles pe
v 4 'out, a candidate for congress from force gradually Increas
[ the Third congressional district. > [miles registered for the
:
I Witcher Zemurray &Co. .< Sketch of the Candidate. a. m. to 46 miles in th,
born Galveston, p. m., and maximum
4 'Mr. Meeker was in
.. .: Texas' 1861, and grew to manhood Watson-Parker & Reese Co. 0 (tween the hours after 2 .
from
follows: 30 miles
Commission in that and nearby cities. He Is a i
: Brokers. : blacksmith by' trade though following 2:36: p. m.; 33 miles Nil
since 34 miles NE.: .. 4:44 p m. I
: the mercantileprofession

i Pensacola..nd New. Orleans i ii becoming was when a he resident.became of'25 Florida years'of;which age. EVERYTHING TO WEAR!' 5:33 42 miles p. m.NE.; 40 7:34:miles p m.Nil. 1

11 W. Intendencia.. 820 Common.; P 4: Mr. Meeker first located at .Bagdad 9 8:40 48: miles p. m.NW; 49 10:35 miles p.NEl I IXE.
I but later moved to Pensacola, where
i I he married Miss Hannah and since 11:45 p. m. Light
.
} \ Cotton Stocks Grain, ,provisions i\; then has resided in this. city, where' 9:33 a: m.. and baromctfl contin]
( j he is highly respectee. midnight; The
;:- : bought and'sold on margin or for investment.. :: His family' Is* one-of the oldest in fast as It shall workeribotji be Intrusted'for to their, us A VOLUNTARY Opera House HATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS read Ity 80 29.81 per inches cent with The Tt|
;: 4. the city his grandfather having translated by our fellow I
: < main nearly stationaryto
of the of Pen for their ultimate
the records city Immediate Interests and
.. s Out-of-Town Orders Given Special .Attention.. ':m: sacola from the Spanish in 1829. and complete emancipation. BANKRUPT CASE MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. reaching 9 a. m.,29.77 then at began 12 not to
4. The Socialist 'platform adopted by abohtioniofthe
declare for the 29.36 Inch
9. We ,
p. m. passing
-
the slata convention of the Socialists '
-
: Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. : fees and tight. I
1i spoils system, of large .
of Florida, April 28, 1906 and ratified
I : 0 by referendum fs as follows: Its attendant polltcal,corruption and HOLST: BROS. FILE PETITION- MATINEE AND. NIGHT. Thursday 27t|
winds
High northeast
...... ...................o......................:: The Socialist Platform. :pledge ourselves to do away all with on LIABILITIES $5,000.46, AND tween 12 midnight of tt.
Workingmen all countries unite! offices and place
fee paying SHEPARD'SMOVING m.. reeling to fast .
Lou have nothing to lose but your a regular salary. ASSETS $4,000.00. recorded
velocities were
-- chains have a'world to gain.We that no law shallbe
: ; you 10. We demand PICTURESand
::S\. '- with tween 2 a. m.. and 8 a. :.
I the Socialist party of the stateof 'placed Jn the statute'boots
being for
the highest at
nor da. proclaim! cur allegiance to out being subject to t initiative and .
N A
voluntary petition In bankruptcywas > hou.the' -
; l Period between the
the socialist party of ..A.h1erica'and thereby granting to the,
the national platform and constitutlon referendum benefit direct; legislation filed yesterday In the office.of Illustrated, from east 1 25 a.
Sale! Continued people the Songs,
from
I; Rebuilding the east 2.46: a.
clerk
the of the United States court' ,
,4md affirm our, allegiance; to the which Is pure democracy;; from the east, :3-53: a.
principles of internat'onal socialism. '11.In conclusion- we appeal tall by R. P. Reese, representing Hoist .- by' s T
ut {
4 ,U a. m.. 79 S
In presenting our candidates to the workingmen to study the principles Bros, a firm formerly engaged in the: Mr. Joe Waters.Prlces15 62 SE./6:39 a. mu: 11 S
working class_ and those f In sympathywith of Socialism; to vote with their saloon'business. j maximum vrlocitil
It, we base our appeal upon the class at all elections:tint'1! they T6V The schedule given shows the'liabilities naming hours wind of the d;.|

For F Few abok STOJSTE3
a Uay following declarations and our plat- throw the nower of capitalism : : ml
lows: 68 SE. 8-38
Ti I form of principles: industrial classes In soc-ety. ter' to be 5000.46, with assets of 25 35 and 50 cents. Matinee a.
Ish
: ]. Labor produces all. weal'h. minate forever the class1 struggle, and. $4,000.00. PriCe,: 25, and 35c;. 'children ISe. THE ABERDASHER j a.a. m.m.;; 58 55 8E.SE. 12 10:40:33 p.a. nfi d
2. Under the present! economic and inaugurate the cooperative common
I 222 S. Palafox. i P. m.; 50 S. 238 p. m.:
political conditions., Labor's share In wealth based upon th's! fundamental KEEPING YOUNG. Seats on tale at Coe' book store todayat
'And the men and ,young men of 'Tensacbla given the wealth which .; .creates Is merelya principle of Justice to every worker I noon. .' -
mean and uncerain subsistence.! the full product of his labor r MEN ARE LEARNING THAT BY a'axcxxx xxxaxxxti'x
fl I* a DUBcalt Task If One Follow
still further, opportunity of purchasing .their winter 3. So long as the present organization / also appeal to all who love fair;I Fashionable Society. BY LIFE ASSURANCE
of industry remains, the capitalist play.a to invest'sate ,Socialism and i '
wearables at a i class will monopolize the maw to realization that there Js I HoW| *p keep young 'Is one of the Tuesday Night, Oct. 30 Incomes are maintained mortgages
come a : ''
:
protected debts, secured, undeve:6oenterpriss
f 1', chines. of production and:WH1 appropriate fast approaching: a condition'' whereth questions perennial. interest to thee business rendered
: \ throush the wa?a System the ?re must be nothing'but a working feminine mind. Amelie Itlves, the not THE MOST ,DISCUSSED PLAY IN 'safe guarded, permaneat
,
investments
given
: wealth *" te ww'fi'i'!' clasi ; ed author who Is said to look like a : \
UNIFORM'DISCQU.NT I heated class. \ ,. ) NEW YORK.THE val:ie.. and capital preserved. A poLcj! M
'. 4- Because of this exploitation cf girl In her teens, recently told dt her Un THE EQUITABLE does all this!
the laborer brtb C8T 'f1*!"f* Sr1 who wrote her to .
reply to a physician and more-provides for the family after
: OF 15 PER CENT the ownersbin by the capitalists of send him the secret of what be called G./IlL. your death. Send, us your nam,
all the wealth this urodirced. there
tf1ESUh / her perpetual youth'says the Advance.! are and address.KNCWr..ES .
,j. lg an Inevitable war between the Interests "I wrote back that he must consider BROS.. Insurance xx\ ,XXxXXXXXXXl
of workins) clap theN PATSY
the oa
*
This includes everything in the..hou -and YOU one hand and t1i.f'\tn.f'rp of the cap the cost,** she said. "It Is a'cost that .
; ital'st class on the other. few of his fashionable patients would By'J. Mandin Teigeg- I Denver, -CoUx, Oct
I
who have not bought your winter, suitshoes/ or 'hat, 5. In this conflic between r theN make for I rise at 7 or 1-20: ride or I Author of"TexaV "A Paris Model." Etc.,m A Jtr friend' of Mr F
i *> :. workers and Ins capltali! labor ilt r walk In the country roads: lire close to formerly of Pensacola,
i* should, do so this week without .fail.. ': :'. disarmed on the economic side! a'l] my books, 1'ee' few 'people and retire : .HURRY CALLS FOR and grieved to learn o

: Men's $10.00 and $t2.W Suits for $8.50 and .,....)'."J'........7...."...... ..$13.23 the in'tmip >nts for producing and fit 10." 1S'iat'fashionabie' women could York.Ten weeks at 'the Savoy Theatre. New LAUNDRY den death Tuesday "
t and distributes! : wealth being owned endure my life 1 remember thinking Specially sa4 to the
$16.00 and $20.CO Kuppenhelmer Suit for $13.00a -.'i"'; .....r.$17.00 ?: and con;* led by the holders cf cap'IJItal. : without giving the house.owner who about .It one 'winter when I tlngent of the Souther
<< morning
$3.00 Beacon Light Shoes for ....-.....7...-.-..t.*.. ,.,......'...,...... $l.S5 -. .:' uses: it a feeling of great IsatisfactiaiuWHY was walking alone the crisp, ccsckliagsaowicndcr Elaborate scenic effects.Endorsed Jit ', can be best attended and all our hearts go
: $ .50. Howard,: & Foster Shoes, for........'............'.......:...! ....,.;...'>$3:02 : 6. There Is only one weapon with ? Because be knows that' "Vul-y 'nr: feet the fairy outline "The Girl bv Patsy"Press te and a 'coroedy.drama Pulpit: : to by the thy who to Mg son. Mr. The

,;. $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts for S5 cent and ..:...,.........l ....;........nOr.$1,2S i"" wh'fully h opoose the working the capital's class! can class successi and ::anite"I.oofing: t Is'tlie most perfect,1 of"a"&tzosfamcrfrost revealing; every not a musical comedy.. .. of burlesque bsteJ'brook is connected Mercantile; wi:

",' $3.50 'Stetson Hats., Soft or Stiff, for ..........."' .....\....,:................$2.95. >: that IF> the ballot.M -, tccnomlcal and'wearing roof protection(twte cf btsh"! ted tree, and I was so inj Prices 25, 50,,75_:-and-j$1.00L, .. BIGGEST, (1111 i city.
.r t. 1"' 7. This fact demands U Its; !nevlts ma3c. J, j ylsocateJ: and happy I could have: I \ Vr. Walsh was stri '
; n I t?bl? conclusion the organization! of Why whistled lire! a boy with: delight. But 1 BUSIEST, faInt, Sunday while
.' BUY NOW ... : the working class Into a political part lcanli if I ,had besa a, woman of fashion 1 r GOlden- Colo, whither
i r.I' that !shall' be always ,and lE'very.I Roofing !: couldn't Lave endured the silence, the CLOTHESCLEANED BEST. "l th hjs goo to spen
where* dJstlnr-1 froTH, \n" ovx>sM toN | empty,dill ;ces, he cuiet: why a wo- I AND PRESSED;' fell In the street Th1rere
CASH ClOiBIER political: .pa rtv- pet',founded entirelv is mVERSAlLT usti. called before
I every ; man of fa'Qioa would die In my place on
i ANSON the Int..ft'\u of the working TD have Your upon and and I r'.c.'l
L Old roof can covered quickly am quite sere that I should In .
n< repaired and
!! ; class. 1Cp recognize! \bn!. In the I t put in offering from- 'mum1'ou
:< for look like: oew. 'Xo speculation aOO.11Vu.ca I tcrR, It is ia such so in.odeand, close good condition eend': them to
statoonr powers tAe permauentrelief oo : beileve
I: : eTerythlcg in that lice and ruarantel -one doe.
comnjuatoa with
work' class limit! : .) ::1it:." nature In the home cur work. Levies'work Laundry On
1" .x. . .. .... of thi are ''of hsr ctlWUuod-an old fashioned Uemena membership :a' !specialty. Gene it the Sabbath! Wo
ed. tin*- "Hoese'nit ark Bela"Yogi : IM5 pedaJly m. 1b1
Ask for Cw aonth. All en 'Jf.errI. tgeratioUl
8. The Socialist party when in of 41 ranbUnj "country home In Albemarlecotmtyr : Pione'Int. work tailed for' h -. 37 E. Garden SL Phone 1Pencacola And-4n fret
:
fice. will always! and C'v.t'Vw'bor .can get it right here iaAM. 10Th ii Ta. tIDt'much of AmeHeRlTea ,ESCAMBfA ColoradoContrast
PRES51NG-XLUS: Fla.
If likeThe Journal tell: neighbor nleds Itself as th- party of the work'lug : : Coy : { work Is done. ". t E. INTENDENChaI STREET, Great Physician "
you your Avery Hardware
lc ;. cIasti tA ute all uolitcal Dower U at e WALTER ..JiOULTON :MANAGER. n.I'ri--PA ]0'111 v.t
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OFFICIAL : REPORT OF PEMSACOLA HURRICANE 11 S -




I As ,Compiled. ,b Y Local Observer of the United States Weather Bureau. and History of the Most Important a Storms that.* Have Visited ; '

'
\. This Section the ,
During Past Twenty-Seven Years. .. ,
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;' Observer Wax, F. Reed Jr., ,: f.lJ f 1::.
I11S1 forwarded to Hon. Willis L. 1 .f.
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:;oft hief of the United States sf9'stii 4d -, i< '
SBP-27
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"eatb Bureau, Department of Ag 's26 ; :

,"CU.'tUTt hurricane a detailed of September oflclal report 2627.'.one 30. .''. "sa .. ., fG+l. .' >xf '+ S ." M 2 4 6 toU; 4 6 8 10'<.2 4 e 810XII2 4 6 >' tQ'Pr 1 }" ; f

-.t report also includes data ,relative ll / : ,:
', e'eJ'storm that has occurred at 4L f.
,
:asacula where the wind Telocity ei. ,.'
eded fifty miles per hour, since the ,
flt Bureau was established in 1879. t
le report in full is as lollows: :

Mr. Reed's Report. f

The first warning of the" approach ; .,, '.
jjtht tropical hurricane that passed it'd P t'ti

?vscoi. on the night of September

v i w,. given in an advisory mesrecened -
s-e at 8 p. m. on September

; ;i(| ,
de-doping ,
t ;
told probably move to the Chan :tt .. g -. L.- .

:el 1 of Yucatan. On the 23rd, a mesage ... ";'i.,, .. i

received at 8 p. m., contained the eN 1
t :- ,
e19 er t :1
that Northeast storm i

11."n:iVmation ungs had been ordered. up at Y cana :

1 p. m.,. at Tampa, Punta Gorda, Pun I eaULSr' Se r9ab. 4 i'aF krRrn ,.l.ln
Jaunt and Jupiter this Ii $
Rasa ; &
: ssae also stated that the disturbce <' P AJrt e terJ'ja) Se t 2 .

would move northward from ,. '
:ie Yucatan channel and that it wouldIe \

dangerous for vessels in the east- .

m gulf for the next few dajs.: At + r ,." ,.." .' '
s.lidaleck b"essn Jsobars
the 24th the following : 4 1 1hotted
)'a. m., on -
tessage was received: "Cyclonic dis ', 1"1. .are iso a sea. .. .. '. *- '''I'' ;*'.'. I
:urbane off. western extremity of '
Barograph
Cuba moving northward; dangerous Tracing of. Air Pressure. During Time That Hurricane was Weather Map. on Morning of Sept. 23, Showing Ce'nter"of. Storm in North- ." )

r vessels leaving or bound to Gulf I . .Passing., _' ,',: eastern Arkansas. Barograph. Record of Air Prewure W hen Storm Was Pawmj Pwwacofa.

:OTIS during the next two days. At .. .
lla: a. m., on the 25th! an advisory :m.; '48 S.'4:27. p. m:;: 49 S. 5:22: i
m. : t
[message i was received as follows: 42 S. 6.21 p. m.; 44 S. 7:52 p. ; Louisville and Nashville elevator was Fish Co., are leeI1'cone; alo, I for coal barges, and this saved her Chacma Nor., &57. sunk or ashore; this includes the i!', ..
Center of disturbance has entered 146 SW. 8:56 p. m.;' 48 S.933 p. in.; carried away;. trees were uprooted; the wharf of the Pensacola, Alabamaand I from going ashore! Hereford, Nor.. 1380. wooden dry' dock 'all coal barges except ;, :, t
m
-outheastern Gulf and will probably (44: S. 10.32 p.'m,'and'46,'S.: 11:06 p.P.in.. ; houses the were, unroofed, and'vessels in Tennessee R.:. R. commonly I Tide Heights. j Heimdal, Nor., 1354 one; all tugs were sunk; the ; : 'II
:sore! northward; dangerous for 'ves1s ( Southeast winds prevailed ,from 4 harbor began ,to drag their known'aa Perdido :wharL.. On Palafox :Mr.- A. S. Cox' wharfmaster at theL. Humberto, Span., 1111. Spanish steel dry dock Is apparently 1
in middle and east Gulf and on a. m., to 2 p m.:and souththe remain anchors, being slowly but surely St.- from the wharf-north' to WrightSt : & N. R. R. whams, ,stated that*, Lilla,, Nor. undamaged but aground; the entire I'
Florida coast next two days. At der of the day. The total wind forced upon the beach. At the heightof there is hardly,a building that the tide was fully ten? feet above normal Lluis, Uruguayan Brk. 700. water front at the yard Is a mass of 4 ,Ii.
,;;25 p. m., on the 25th the followingtorm [ ment for this day was 1238 miles move-, the storm, between 3 and k a. m has escaped damage and In many instances high tide along the city. waterfront Maria, Ger.; 1022 wreckage Houses along the water '.'1 t ,
the water rose eight and one-half feetabove the losses will heavy and twelve feet at BayouGrande Noach VI, Swed., 1260.
warning was received giving an average of 51.6 miles be as / II front. in Woolsey and Warrington are i ,p t ;'
message : 1
Northeast storm warning 3 I hour with a maximum velocity per of normal high water' mark, being the tin roofs, were blown from many based on reckonings of five 'Olivari, ItaL either destroyed by wind or water t 1 /
the
p. m, [ highest known. The great pro- and the driving: rain damaged stocks I reliable men; some idea of this water Superb, Nor. 1934.. and a great many are washed away. "
New eighty-three miles
Orleans. Pensacola for the five
Mobile, Apa- minute tection afforded by Santa Rosa Island toa; great extent The train' servicein level can' be gained when we con- ,Out ,of the above list of full rigged The total known deaths are 33. I
:achicola, Carrabelle Cedar Keys j at period.3-14 ending. at 3:53: a. m.; .one mile saved Pensacola from more: ,severe and out ,of the city is completely sider that (a depth of two feet four ships and barks that were either Damage at Psnsacola. I I !: ;
unnfllon. a. m. was recorded at the
Tropical disturbance has of rate suffering The entire water front, paralyzed. A train came in from the I inches was measured on the brick' moored to the docks or anchored in The estimated damage to .1' t
100 miles
:coved from hour and .
Yucatan channel per during this
northward property was inundated the water north this morning during the storm store building on the southwest the bay we have the following results buildings In Pensacola by '
Gulf hour 3 to 4 a. m., when the
Florida over : vessels in Gulf and at its height. the ,anemometer storm was reaching as far as Main, street. and I arriving many hours late, the train corner of Zarragossa 'and Baylen Sts, : Canada grounded on west shore the wind only .. .. ,. .4 OOo. j
ports should remain in port"Wednesday r registered all houses'along :Main'street many in I men,reporting that, for every few and drift WOOd was picked up on Bay- near Palmetto. Beach; Maria, total' Estimated damage to interior .I. '
25 h. i seventy-four., miles. the vicinity'' of Muscogee wharf"and yards' it was necessary to stop and len St. forty yards north of Zarragos- wreck at ''I... & N. wharf; Campbelltotal 'I finishings and stock ;
At 6:10: p m. orders were receivedto The pressure' fell to a minimum houses along the 'entire water remove trees and poles from the sa; this' gave three inches of 'waterat wreck astern 'of Maria; Superb by rain resulting from f. i
continue the northeast storm reading of 29.16 inches at,5 a.,m., and front in the western portion..of the. track. From Magnolia Bluff to Milton the intersection of Palafox and stranded near Wright's mill ,west of damage by wind to roofs 100,008 I S I
warning with the information that the then began rising' reaching 29.23 at 7 city were either carried away completely -I the track is* gone::,and a ptlion| Zarragossa; the water on DeVilllers Muscogee wharf; .Olivari stranded' Estimated damage to build .: i i J.
"center of the disturbance was apparently a'm-, 29.46 at 12 noon, 29.54' at. 6,p. nx or irrepairably damaged. of Escambia bridge is wa5hed.away. street reached northward to Romana west of Muscogee wharf;. Alphild ings and wharves by tide .
[ approaching (he Gulf coast near and 29.67 at 12 midnight Mnscogee Wharf, belonging to the L. A channel was washed through Santa and timber drifted'past Government stranded east of Muscogee, wharf; from the, sea, .,combined l ''
Pensacola and Is likely to be severe ; Rain continued to 7:28 a. m, and & N. R. R Co.. was broken in two in Rosa Island east of the Life ,Saving 'street on DeVilllers. The sea swells Ferreira stranded astern of Alphild; with wind and 'wave, I
along the middle*and northeast Gulf was excessive between 12:18 a.. m., i the, middle and the tracks on' either Station; the Life_'Spring' Station is entering the slip between! Palafox,and, Hereford stranded east Dunwoody, from Magnolia Bluff to ,
coast"; Steady northeast 'winds prevailed and 1:18 a. m.amo'unting to .91 of an side of the main _deck were, washed gone and the entirefehore, Is a' mass Baylen.streets-were from 1 to 12 feet &.Aiken wharf at foot -of Coyle! Bayou ''Grande .. .,.' ?OOeoo h ';:-;,: '
all day on the 26th averaging inch. Light rain -began 1:30 ,p. ,m., I away. Thirty eight coal cars which of ruins. Fort- Barrancas Is much high between midnight and 7 a. m.,, street Avanti stranded east, of) P.- A. Estimated damage to Um't 'it ,. t .
'wenty-eight miles per hour the I ended 2:22 p m.;, began,.9:20 p. ,m; !were on the wharf were washed away damaged; Fort Pickens has suffered and were 'about '100 'yards apart, lifting ,& T. R. R. wharf; Lfila' stranded ber and lumber In the ,\',; r rI
force gradually increasing from 17 [and continued past 12 'midnight; total :'and five large vessels are nard ashoreat severely and Fort McRae Is completely -: wharf'timbers'and boards as they east of Perdido or P. A. & T., ''wharf; bay, wind and wave .. 275,000 t f. P t t.,
miles registered for the hour 12 to 1 for the day' 3:36 inches. Cloudy [ the head of the wharf. The timber razed the ruins of the old fort rolled through ,the slip and splashedover Lena stranded west of Perdido wharf; I I Estimated damage to shipping '':' t
a. m., to 46 miles in the hour 8 to 9 all day. I boom between- :Muscogee ''wharf and standing alone on the shore..W.'B. j Cedar' street Oyster boats, Helmdal stranded off 'Little Bayou;, craft of all' description t
p. m.. and maximum velocities be-l The temperature during the storm Wright's mill was broken" and the Steamers Operation. H.t j launches steam tugs, lighters,. timber : Noach VI,'stranded at Perdido wharf. by wind, wave and -. ,
tweeD the hours after 2'p. m., were as [ ranged from 72 degrees at 12,15; .a. m, [ timber cast adrift; this Umber and There were only two of the local t and wreckage of all description is An American schooner, Donna Christina tide 1,000,004- -; k! 1 t
:follows: ::0: miles from the northeast to 77 at 7 a. m. The. maximum ,temperature -I,wreckage of every description is steamers in operation on:the morning t jammed together at t&e corner- of of 165 net tonnage is sunk and Estimated damage by wind ) t e t

*::36 p. m.; 33 miles NE. 3:58: p. m.; for the 27th was 82 degreesat jammed upon the beach in a torn,and oi- ',the, 28th; name.ly\ ; the U. S; S.j j Cedar( and Baylen streets; the launch over on her side on the 'east side of .to telephone, telegraph, .-
'4 miles NE. 4:44 p m.; 39 miles NE. 12:40 p. m., and the"minimum 72 at i twfsted mass. Wright's mill is practically "Poe" of, the Quartermaster 'Depart-j Woolverine, a boat 40x9 feet passedover the L. & N., wharves. electric light and trolley .** 1_
:33 p. m.; 40 miles NE. 6:12 p. m.; 12:15 a. m. destroyed and its three meat net tonnage 106 and the,! Cedar' street and entered the Smacks and Tugs. wires .. .o. .. %Ooot.t'; f <. ,
43 miles NE. 7:34 p m.; 52 miles NE. The roof of the instrument shelter I wharves washed away. The ditch dredge "Caucus" the Engineer Department tot at the northeast corner of B9.ylen'and Fishing smacks mentioned herein Estimated damage by wind f -{ t
S:41)5: ') p. m.; 49! miles NE. 9:43 p. m.; blew off about ,1 a. m. A device for running through the mill property ,. net tonnage about 1,000; Cedar streets, followed 'by 'other are schooner rigged and range in net to foliage of the city, including ,,
4S miles NW. 10:38 p: m.; 49 miles .recording beginnings and endings of : caused the, water 'to back -up in the these vessels together with the "Pi-t| wreckage mentioned above. Trees tonnage from 30 to 50;, before the I cost of clearing' ,i
\E. 11:45: p. m. Light rain set in rainfall was wrecked Wires to tho [low ground north of Intendencia St. lot": belonging? to the PoUt Assoda-f fully exposed to the easterly gale in hurricane, E. E. Saunders & Co., had streets .. .. Ooot( "
i:33 J: a. m.. and continued past 12 electrical ralnpa were broken by [where several cottages were inundated : tion, net tonnage 66, and a few fishing all parts ot the.city'were blown down, 21 in port; 16 are ashore, 10 of which II Estimated damage by tides I'I''t
Eidnieht: The barometer at 7 a. m., the wind, at 3:15.a.., in.. the water in places reaching a smacks, took up anchorage behind, the chinaberry and sycamorE1s'sur. are total wrecks. The Warren Fish from the sea and washouts
read 29.81 inches with relative humidIty First Press Report. I'depth of ten feet, About the greatest High Bluff,on the peninsula between fered greatest All'wceak, chimneys]I Cow; had nine fishing smacks in port; I by heavy rains to

60 per cent The pressure refrain "This was the most terrific .storm havoc was wrought along,.West',Main Town Point and Deer Point which; that were broed5idd"to th<"* ,east Rene seven ,were beached and two or threeof 'I'I railroads. .. .. ., .... 125,001 "
nearly stationary from 7 a. m. in the history of Pensacola,' or, since \ St, the south side which has been sheltered them from the full forced:tumbled to the westward.. Whereverthe these 'will prove total wrecks. V -c !
to 9 a. m., then began to fall gradually the village ,of Pensacola, on Santa completely washed 'away. Pejdnning of the easterly gale, and from the wind got under" a. tin" roof it rolledit Hoist, and, Co, had eight smacks in [Total estimated damage in dt lot
reaching 2977 at 12 noon. 29.58 at 71 Rosa Island was swept away 170 at the corner"of Zarragossa .and FlorIda Gulf by Santa Rosa Islam An idea off: port; ,six were beached and three will Pensacola, immediate an ",. ,
p- m, passing 29.36 inches at 12 mid-' years ago. The. greatest loss was to Blanca Sts., every house!+ to the of' the force of the storm in that locality II Merchant marine''vessels, in -port probably be lost The Dunwoody chorage and water front
lsit the shipping; interests; a large num- Desilva mill has been destroyedandthe and westward to the Navy.on the '26th were'as'fohows: I and Aiken Tow Boat Co., had thirty as stated above .. .. .$2420,000 ;;
Thursday 27th. ber of ocean going vessels, tug boats mill which caught fire, from some: Yard may be gained from the follow (Name nationality and net tonnage)' I six lumber barges on the 26th and In addition to the above we have t
High northeast winds prevailed beheen fishing smacks,; launches and craft of wet lime is a total loss. The houses lug facts:. The "Pilot" and the "Cancus" Steamships. i only eight were afloat on the 28th; an item that could hardly be esti-
t 12 midnight of the 26th and 1 all kinds are wrecked upon the beach; on the north side of West Main Stare were equipped with extra good{ Ibex, British 58, 1729. 'they also had eight 'tugs, two are mated; that is, the washing away ot ';
l m.. :veering to east and hurricane the wreckage is strewn from Magnolia ,all more or less dama ed. Pala ground tackle but the 'Toe" had only Irthington British es,. 1840. afloat three are totally wrecked and,lots along the water front caused
velocities were recorded as follows.be2 I Bluff to the entrance of the harbor. fox St, which was inundated as far'as common large anchors. The I Nonesuch British ss. 2143. three can be floated. The tugs Mon, by the outrushing water to seek Its
"treen a. m. and 8 a. m:,',the figure I 1 I During the early ,morning hours the the' tracks of the., Terminal- Co., Is let down, one anchor at 1 a. m."Pilot"I I Pilar DeLarrinaga Br. ss. 3337. arch and Mary Lee are ashore back level in the Gulf after the storm had '
being the highest for any five minute 1 people of the city were panic stricken filled with rubbish of every descrip feet of water with 75 Tugela, Br.: ss, 214L of McKenzie Oertiag and Co., with passed from '''the water to tile land '.
Period between the hours: 72 miles many believing that a repetition ot tion, including timbers, lumber, roofs chain out and another anchor with Full Rigged Ships. their bows on Cedar street; the tug surfacer In many places there were q:
from the east 1:25 a. m; 80 miles I the Galveston disaster was imminent. and pieces of vessels that were destroyed 45 fathoms of chain out at 2 a. m.; f Avanti. f>or. 1648. Florence Witherby is sunk along the embankments eight feet high where :
rrcm the east 2:46 a. m.; 83 miles and large numbers of people. 'took during the storm The houses she took up anchors in 20 feet of Ferreira, Port 506,, east side of Palafox wharf leading to nbw there' Is a depth of water. k
from the east. 3:53 a. m.; 72 miles !refuge in the higher portion of the along the bar shore from BarcelonaSt water, having drifted about 160 Canada, Br:, 223?. Saunders Fish, Co., and about 100 measuring five feetDamage ,;
as 4:22 a. m.; 79 SC. 5:24 a. m.; !city braving the high winds and 'stinging to Pcrdido are in ruins and all yards; her engines were not working. Ingrid Nor, 1260 yards further northward, and back of Elsewhere. J j
tt SE 6:29 a. m.; 77 SE. 7:03 a. m.; s nd.filled rain in the hope of, along the shore innumerable vessels' The Caucus had two anchors out, Lena ItaL. 1561 the Keyser building is the tug Estimated damage to Navy f
maximum wind velocities for the ref I reaching a place of safety.' When the are' scatteredThe damage: to the and ',half steam ahead and with her Avon Ital. 1477. Okoloosa high and dry among the time Yard, Woolsey, Warring-
nan! :n? hours of the day were as fol. wind reached sixty miles per hour (at fishing industry alone will probab\r, bins half full of water, only drifted j Cognatl, Ital bers. ton. Fort Barrancas, Fort .
lows 68 SE. 8:38 a. m.; 60 SE. 9:11 1;07 a. m.) every -.effort was madeto aggregate, half a million dollars and 100 yards., The Poe" with full steam, Barks. i The Navy Yard was exposed to the McRae, Fort Pickens, Life ;
t, m : 58 SE. 10:40 a. m.;' 60 S. 11:22: protect property 'and lifer people the tow boat Industry will aggregate: ahead dragged her two anchors three Alfhild Swei. 133%.. I full swepp of the easterly gale and Saving Station and Quar-
t, m : 55 SE. 12:33 p. m.; 55 SE. 1'OS were driven from their homes along as much more. The wharves of E. & and one-half miles to the Navy Yard Andrea Nor., 114 I all naval boats except the Isl?' De-
Pm : 50 S. 2.38 p m; 48 S. 3:27 p. the water front: the conveyor of the Saunders Fish Co., and the: Warren, where they caught in moorings used Campbell; Nor., 1100. I Luzon and two water boats are eitherly (Continued on page elevtn.) .


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Buner Colo.. Oct. 21.The Den a house hospitably opened to, the panion. In 1897, he again went north to accept what apears to be the regular branchof treated after the polls close, next.,,an elderly man, rather below medium
Yt'r friends: of Mr- Francis Walsh strangers in their extremity, the [l Biographical Sketch.Francis a government position in Washington the party-held their ratificationlast month It is safe to predict astonish height and not of robust physlqu
formerly Of Pensacola, were shocked family doing everything in its power i. Walsh was-born in Ireland, but soon after located in Illinois week, and my republican escort ing results. to all parties and 'all fac A kindly gentle-mannered man wbe)
and grieved to learn of his very sudden -I to make the sufferer comfortableand May 4th, 1840. He came to America where he remained until he -being broad and fair in mind-accompanied tions. And this element-not the. has ,apparently reached the time of
death Tuesday. The news was to comfort his son. And though a few years later and attended schoolin came to Denver in la1..1906, to join me tq the speaking. 1 socialists nor prohibitionists; nor labor life when peace and comfort are preferable
special! : sad to the Pensacola continent their 'children had not had the Pougakeepsle, N. Y. In 1W1>> his son. call.him -republican" because he was nor capital-holds 'the brae' bal- to glory. In answer to the
of the Southern colony here, mumps, the host and hostess welcomed -'[ shortly after the war began, he' enlisted In 1868 Mr. Walsh married Miss born and bred'' in the Yankee contingent ance of power whether the poHtcians critisciem that when elected last tIme
and aj; our hearts go out in sympathy the good physician who came in the -nlted States navy, was Alice V. Conlin, daughter of Mrs. H.M. of that party, but he has had recognize it or not as a hundred instances be wickedly abdicated in favor of the

10 hs: son, Mr. Thomas F. Walsh, though his disease, the mumps madeit I with Farragut at Mobile and New ..., Spetz, and they had ten children, some of his positive, corners' smoothed which have come .. to my minority Mr. Adams stated that to
"ho ,JS connected; with the Truly. necessary to "fumigate" the house Orleans and was a ,member of the five of whom are living-Mr. C. W. down, and some of, his senseless.aggressive' ,1l knowledge recently go ,to prove. I Insist upon big rights at that time involved -
to democracyworn There was a peculiar undertone of the calling out of the troops,
Zyterbrook! A. I opposition ,
Association Mrs. Charles 1
"Farragut Mobile
Mercantile Company of after his departure. No. 1, Naval Moore, of ,
thg: efts, Mr Thomas Walsh brought his Veterans,*'.'of Philadelphia.After Born and Miss Fannie Walsh of Pen- off, by contact with conditions earnestness, and sincerity prevailingat i riot and bloodshed with their attendant
I Jfc Walsh was stricken with pa- father to Denver and placed him in the war closed he was appointed aacola Mr. Thomas F. Walsh, of Den rather. than' theories. And he is BOW the. democratic ratification genuine I horrors and he chose the lesser
of dtlzeas'whohave enthusiasm throughout the for the state. He appeared Ie
l is Sunday while on a visit to I the care of the, Sisters in the Mercy secretary to the commandantat ver, Cola, and Mrs. William Heiter, lone of the great maas audience evil
Cold ranks of the disgusted that wasabsent at the republican be extremely popular with the ate-
J >n, colo, whither he had gone : hospital where he lingered until the Pensacola navy yard, which of Mobile-and will have the special joined the '
1'n his son to spend the day, and : Tuesday night IDs body was,'placed position he held for a number of sympathy of ,their father's old comrades ,and are, voting for the men who meeting mentioned in my former [. dience which was composed of leT-
fe:1: nearest representing their prin- letter. At the republican meetingthe i eral thousands of representative Co1arado
in the hundreds of Pensacola come
receiving vault at'Mr. Hgran'sestablishmentt years. his
street. in the and
Three physicians '
I s'e'e called before one could< be se-I ; w'here'it.' : awaits come In 1880 Mr. Walsh was elected" 'alderman friends. Mrs. Walsh died when her ciples rather thantheir party. Party only genuine applause greetedthe 'professional'people including miners educators
to bind the reason literary, and forensic points made and; mercantile: people -
have ceased
"eo, Oue''''as out of town, one was 'jtletlon of the family, ,plans for Its and being president of the : youngest child was an infant but her lines everywhere, and nowhere -the political "hits" being' applauded ,, cooks wa' h ladies and soc'etv:
tOil"erns from ''mumps and-would I final disposition board was 'for a time mayor pro tern I' mother, Mrs Spetz has bees a mother have ing man the lines apaprently been more by "clacquers"7b018 from twelve women. all Dparently on the best

;Cn vbelleTe-one does not practice Mr. Walsh 1rillbe'sadly'm1ssed'byl1is Pensacola, Mr. Tarble being mayorat ., I' to them.Heard Adam effectually obliterated than in Colorado to seventeen almost invariably leading terms with the speakers and vHH! I
the Sabbath here and in the time. Alva ;
numerous friends
Would believe
it! 1 you I particularly Denver.: This the applause of mere partisan ex each other. Bat there was & vein of
and
: Especially in this day and generation -.'Flor1daand Alabama. ,His easy affable In 1S85 be went north, locating In At last I have had an opportunityto independence of the rotters seriousness running tiiroaehont t*".
And in free enlightened I manners,' ,and encouraging: ways Philadelphia but returned to the I' hear governor-for he really is thepeople's freedom fig of and course ,largely due to the pressions.Chose Lesser Evil. speeches and the responsive beaters
Colorado elected and
Ceal Contrast him with the made,him a: general favorite among Pensacola< navy yard la: '1890 to accept choice fairly Australian, or secr ballot. And,-U Mr. Adams. who has been _elected i
I" Physician I his acquaintances; ana.his,varied career the ,position of chief clerk _lo now, ,should be the "governor-Alva legitimate ballots' are legitimate- governor twice and_ served once, is1 (Continued on Page 1\)
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MONDAY 29. ; CUT-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSED (
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.! After Onecol the Most EnjoyablelTrips antine Station
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[ addition to our srore. We have taken pains to '. ; l ;' .: !_ j : : of His OF WEST FLORIDA. N along the shores of
t. r make this visit to our ,store a most pleasant one ,-',' -. i.tl .- say Escambia Baydeluding
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I. '7 Career- of all I West Florida citizens to their tIe), the Blackwatcr
; invites the attention immense g pI, trlot the north and fshores

1J 1- -, Editor PensacolaJournal., stock of Clothing,Shoes, Hats, etc. There a saying j jthat N park, including of Santa wr
J Leaving Mobile on the 13th Inst. IB loSs of timber andbel'
I arrived-at Atmore' late in the even- Talks. We made ours talk when we tt and damage
"Money
i! ',' ing, the train being compelled to go wereHi wharves and mills
slowly over the lately repaired portions Dr stock and' will talk when tiDlated damage by
mammoth
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t, of track.' Several large ships laying in yours you In St Andrews Bay
which were lying high and dry gave above any thin

: ,''-:; I evidence. I spent of my the first late night storm.with the visit us for a Suit, Overcoat, or anything in our line. N m stimated inches past 19 year damage" by '

pleasant family of "Jim"! Campbell, 'I the sea at Apalj
t-:' ,. ..}." -. ii.cSo".".""... .,. ', who is doing a good business in repair-- from cola Fla. ... .... ,
:. -:. : ing guns, clocks,'watches, violins, etc. 8 SPECIAL OFFERINGS % itimated damage by
Mr. Campbell Is an expert In music NOTE OUR at Apalachicola
being able of musicat damage by rand
to read any piece Estimated
.. << i sight, and plays the violin finely. THE'NEX'T FIFTEEN 8 m1m rains at Goul|
.. .';i... -'- His daughter, Miss Aurora, also is FOR DAYS, Fla. . ..
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1 a fine musician; and plays finely on Estimated damage to
;: the piano. per and turpentine il
t .t Sundaythe 14th, :I took up my ests In Escambia and r
.. accredited the most : headquarters at the "Tennant counties, f fj
A Bowl Is useful plece.of ta Rosa
J : 'o', House" where I remained the mostof Cheviot I Thibet Suits in etc. .. ,
'; Cut Glass. A t $2.75 every sideboard can display 1m 50 Men's' Black anjl single and trees
time Mr. Stor
my while in Atmore. Severe <
f one. On Monday we will sell an 8-inch bowl of '. and Mrs. Tennant are conducting & These Suits be value Estimated damage b!
double-breasted. would good
rich cutting at the low of *
r. exceedingly very price fine restaurant, and are deservedly \ 7n m mH save and height of tif

*'V !'*."' -'.- $2 75 popular as many as .60 persons taking will run them at ___ ___ cola during the severe
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$10
i, '" .' dinner i there In one day. They at ; we --- "-r------------ !Ui past 27 years.
': ,,<:' have a very Interesting familyone,
t )I #., member of which deserves particular { 2, 1893, *
; Men's Suits in Checks'and Plaids and various other ele- d October
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notice. I refer to Miss Allie May .who i (October 8, 1894,
8' 0'a is Just turned into her 15th year I July 7, 1896. -
t Allie has been blessed with a person- g ht designs. This is "assorted line of.patterns August 15 1901; :
: '. ,..:; ality that should make all her relatives [February 27, 1902,

2. ___ ....... .aurox STROTjPENSACOLA. ,: !, way I and know friends to describe rejoice.her The id to best say ru. and were bought to sell at $12.50, your pick for SIO O.00 N1M Sept. 2 -27 Tide 1906. Figur 2.1

t" she is a perfect little American lady. following tide I
.. She is as industrious as the day is "J50 Men's. Suits, ,made especially for us by the celebrated Pensacola The eastward wil
long, but she is a dear lover of music
il lof thatof 0.:1
and never failed to render me a fine Hi High _Art and R. & W. Tailors. They include everything A | the September.wave 26-27 19'j'
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second .
", every time she had a spare moment Pensacola Bay ..

f" l .: ..- :'.' creature.God I shall bless never the forget dear.her Kttle for D1 : in the latest designs in all colors as well as the conventional \\p East St: Andrews Bay Bay" .......

\ her many :kindnesses. 'I I 'iblacfc and blue perfect form fitting semiformhi Apalachicola Bay
t Feast of Musl&I ; |J Wind Velocij

tt sic. stopping certainly at enjoyed the Tennant a feastof[House.mu-, 'fitting and' full backs, all will be found in this line for g velocities Chronological of 50 list miles of

f. They have a very fine Piano in the
dining room, and Atmore is fa.. swell dresssers. acola, Fla.
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his body with mous for 'her number of fiddlers we jes Direction

i HARROWING EXPERIENCEQFGAPrS. : lAfter Champion we had. venom.packed Mosquito. I I while had a I fiddler's was stopping convention there.one ,night 'PANTS. '., ft ::0 0 N.S.W... A
up our paraphernaUa On 0 S.W.s. JaA
and Monday the 14th, I paid a visit .
; were about to return, to the home of Mrs. N. : 3 }
M. Wallace,

,REED AND WELLS Capt looked grabbed Dick like his espied fowling a sandhill up piece the ,beach crane.pushed what, He in Major whom Wallace I have not died seen 4 years in 40 ago years.butI : 150 prs Men's Working Pants, every pair guaranteed, 1.50 0 7 \s.w.vS.W..

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of
-, a couple of No.- 1 shot cartridges, enlarged picture pleasure which gazing on his 500 Suits in bloomers and 6 S.E.
FORCED TO RETURN FROM OUTING BY GI- crept and stealthily until within gunshot, life. The Wallace homestead is as naturalas is Boys' regular knee\ lengths, juvenile 2 S.E.

aim wag cracked unerring'down and on his Mr.game.Bird 'was His Franklin what was place known as the Old Jeff. I styles, sizes from 3 to J 17 years; prices range from fU .2 8 Jf.E.N.
GANTIC 'SKEETERS AT BIG SABINE. out in the first round. situated about 4 miles

"When, however, the noted Capt. two north sons of Atmore.and one.Mrs daughter. Wallace living has $1.00 to $5.00. Our $2 and $3 line is the strongest in jjj jjjOur42,50 ,4 o S.GS.W.. A
ONE CAPTURED BI GAS TURKEY. went to pick: up.the crane a more m mI 60 S.W.
her, all the
with others-eight in all
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: surprised being younever say. Instead -diving not far away. : b2,. S. V.50S
tt ---- of a sandhill jcrane.it. proved S.W.KE.. 1
f' Capt. Dick Reed and CaD, C. H.' meshes of'tie'nets':' 'We were ,badly to-be a gigantic mosquito. We" The country around'Atmore Is well town 52 .
; the talk of
i :Wells left on the launch. "Grass frightened and nary a wink of-sleep fcroaght it to the city, and it tipped adapted to farming and while' 'the Shoe; .In'allieatherst; is .the g 83 E.
number of
IWiaoW" for a couple or three day's did either of us get the.beam at exactly 8 1-4 pounds. --bales of cotton will not Storm of Septembs
outing up to the Big Sabine. They "Just before the sun peeped over This Is one of the largest ever seen predict exceed 3000 that; 10 for the present year. I I Wind-7 a. m., 19 nIL
from
J about the sand hills K Old Santa Rosa the in this vicinity. We will have it years now At.
cut the trip short returning more will ship:! 30,000.bales. J 36 miles N.E.; 11 I II
noon yesterday and the cause there- snipe-shaped insects withdrew and stuffed and placed in some conspicuous Atmore is famous for the TheIff.. & O. Clothing Store I N. Reached 48 miles
,' of is told in Capt. .Wells' own lan made for the thick bushes and trees part of the new city hall on its 'hen citizens.,. I am like the courtesyof Lowest Pressure 29.4
- t!. guage: in the distance. The noise from their completion. man N Total rainfall 4.87 in
who said "I
"We took along plenty of eatables wings was likened unto phonographic "Capt. Reed thinks these mosqui-- I .didnt to went stay to but town I one laid day, 327 and' 323 South Palafox Street, Pensacola a, F..la.aaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaa2223. "Gale began 11 40 a
go ;
reproductions of 10.000 Scandinavians toes were blown from Cuba by therecent my
f and drinkables clothing guns ammunition i tinned without intcrmi
head in giro's and I
prety lap
a I: could
r awning and .two cast nets, hilariously enjoying themselves at hurricane and we are both not ": : p. m. Rapidly cling!
j 1- landing at our destination about 3:30: one of their gabfests. satisfied that the Big Sabine is a went get to away.Atmoreto So it stay was all with me.I pecially in the -aft rno<
nightbut
Killed Snakes. powerful good place to avoid nntil
the
f.- p. InThe weather being warm we "The English bark
the people? treated me so kindly
;.. :spread our awning, had an early supper "After we were satisfied that all cold weather. How fortunate for I couldn't get away inside of a- week.I Mr. G across the bay: and ca'
and &at back in the'shade enjoy : decided to look Floridians that these mosquitoes are m BOTTLED near Santa: Rosa
danger was over we love everybody )In Atmore. especially tie DRINK p. m.
not of the stegomyia variety"A ; ti
< inn a Brooke Capt. Dick1 pulling about, the place and found several the good ladies. of 16 men managed
away and rolling great volumes from i rattle snakes which, from all indications 'Most Worthy Article. A Former Pupil. I left selves. The quarantining ::::
1 his calumet, while I puffed vigorously had been killed by these mos When an article has "been ,on the On Friday evening Mrs. W. C. Cook came from, quaranUa;
at the .n-shore end of my Havana. I quitoes. One good-sized, handsome was I and two men drown
kind :
market for and gains friends enough' to take me to her LL
years &d
All at once we heard music In.the fellow .of the diamond back species, V r from the Spanish b:r":;
:beautiful
home 'at
every year, it Js safe :;to call this Wardville; at )Wilder: W
distance. It seemed to get nearer I 10 or 12 feet long, lay cold In death medicine a worthy one. Such is Bal- which place I had the pleasure( the satin fell overboard: tl
and nearer sounding for jail the world apparently having committed! suicideto lard's Horehound Syrup. "It positively I meeting Mrs. Mahala Moore, who, in over and wasdrowned
like NedVyer"s band :playing for a ::3 :s ashore at quarmtlD'Ugl1ters :
,} end his agony. cures coughs. and, all Pulmonary her youthful .days attended my Ro'
political speech-making' in Seville "It .seemed as though these pests : school in Milton Mr. W. ; on Santa
i' diseases. One of the best known merchants C.: Beck is made ;
. ., Square. Instead of .being a. band oft had tantalyzed and tortured this I old Italian bark moored in Mobile Ala., : an Confederate soldier and is a tion of
music It was a band ot, mosquitoes, ophidian until the latter could en- say wholesome companion.On 0 Before drinking see that went adrift tearing< c
and you
"For five years my family has not
,
4' out for blood. p feet of the the suns
t- they were
and
dure it no longer. His tail lay across been troubled with the winter coughswe Saturday night I stayed at the Where. wal-!
Bloodthirsty Pests. his body from one side and his head owe this to' Ballard's Horehound spacious and pleasant home of Mr. whose get the GENUINE. A word portions of the
"TIe 'only protection we two old across from the other, resembling a Syrup. I know it has saved my children and Mrs. Elijah "WJard In Wardville hears 0 Opera House in courtion
i salts had from these pests wag our figure "8," and fangs driven down from many sick spells." proper. The home of Mr. and Mrs. diers! to the wise is sufficient was blown down
caet nets, which hung from.a nearby through his tail and body, and held Ward is a popular resort for the : many fences w re W-
:. ptae., Rtfe immediately' spread the With vise-like grip, In a plank upon e NOTICE. young folks, and the neighborhood i and C) 0-. trees prostrated In of al'considerable th'
.. nets, with sticks similar to a mos- which he lay. The polling places for the general turned out to hear the rendition of back part
quito bar arrangement, and crawled "His body contained 15 of x 20 holes election of November 6,, will be the old-time pieces on the piano and. trips of harbor has been lost
Hygeia b'
underneath. These mosquitoes made -+2 or 3 Inches In, depth-round and places usually used, except in pre I violin. I 'On Bottling Works officially announced
Health
to be
mad rushes all through the long night smooth-as though bored ..by'a 1-8 cinct No.4, where the voting place After breakfast Mr. Beck and I at- I ran epidomi
at their victims, but the nets were inch gimlet. but nearby we counted will. be at John YateS- store. j i tended the "Holiness" meeting at the is a E. Chase Streot. Phone 587. Storm' warnings 1
new and strong and resisted their at- 25 or 30 dead mosquitoes which had A. M, MCMILLAN [r new camp ground about six miles be- l t1I ft> ,,"!II tember at 10 a. m.1882, on, t'a-t the S
tacks, except several smaller ones f i been poisoned by puncturing the Clerk Board County Commissioners. J'low Atmore. We heard a strong-missionary month i
< that squeezed themselves through the snake after the latter had saturated 27octlwk. ) sermon delivered by the Rev. he had I need have no terrors for you that appearances .:
: ASH DAY south of New Orl(>an
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went you send your washing to tag the Calf Coaot.

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supr m'e satisfaction of knowing thatyou:are'using the-best to be had. ness
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REPORT 36 south miles with from maximum the ,south.,In,last. 8 42 p. m.hours 36 itles out most from of southeast the afternoon to-'south' with,through-1. rain '- :-:::::::::::#::;:: ;:::- :-:::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ---- -- t Jii.'IJ' I ;1


STORM miles from the southwest 'with''maxi and ,rapidly falling 'barometer .culminating 4 I tl a .1.

mum In last 12 hours, 60 miles from In a brief gale at 5'45 p. m, : : : -- .. ;' tttL: J ;

the southwest; extreme velocity 68 of "fifty miles per'hour"and barometer tt f

miles (highest rate for one:mile) reading 29.56 Incnea from which 0 .. < !f : .. -,

OF f W THR[ [ Pressure, tea-level, '8. a.- 'm.,' 2989; time the pressure gradually.increased HATSThe ; I'

8 p,.m, 29.88 Inches._ Total precipi. Rain 'ended 11:45 p.. m.. amounting. IIjI II- .i il': ;
tatlon 0.41 : '
Inches. -- ,
during ,the storm to 0.70 inches.. (p' I'

"Cloudy day., The wind blew a gale Orders to hoist 'storm warnings received I(

BUREAU[ U nearly all day, reaching its' greatest 11:33 a. nu. whole story is told in i : :

maximum velocity sixty miles .- ,
per a glance when you buy a : j : '
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hour at 4:20 p. m.; it then dlmln On .August 17th; :1S92 'a southerly Bonar hat They have individuality : ,* '

Ished In force and during the night. squall came pprly in the morningthe : 1 t I ,

(Continued from page nine) changed from southwest to northwest wind reaching !fifty-two miles from and they wear 1 : '-

Considerable damage was done the '-south at 6:j5 ,a. m; this lasted like gold.' They arethe 4 *t" :,
Station .... ....$1,100,000 to the wharves. ,
anum', Some lighters went only five minutes and no damage. re- *
'.',mid damage by tides ashore together' with Quantities-' of sulted. jI jIii proper-things too. See what .< *L*

:.0'- !the shores of East cord ood.: Several. fishing smacks f ,
-jon! December 31. 1892. a fine ,line we have at i :
$4 E:>cambia Bay (not were at sea; only one, Rosadl Lus-
mc!, ,ung Escambia tres- tro Is supposed ,to be lost. "Wind-8 a. m, east 9 miles: 8pm. i I i. t. ,
the Blackwater alstn A "S' E. 28 miles; maximum wInd 12 '

tie;:v, tte north and south August telegram, '19th 1888 received stated 11:45 that a.storm m.. hours ending 8 p.' m.; 36 miles from ii 0 i: ? '
of Santa Rosa the S.E.; 50 miles from the S.W. regIstered .. :.1
stores warnings were ordered
displayed at each. f
park including wrecks, New Orleans and Galveston anJ that 9:10 p., m.; 8.a. ; m., January1st The attention of all interested : $3.00 :
13 miles from the west. : iL--I if ;
and lum- ,
timber .
If the ;
JP..S storm center was off the 'Louisi- ; "
ber.and damage to. ana' coast moving "northwestward.Extremely Pressure-& a, 'nu 31, 30.0? Inches; :: in choice clothing \t'

,haj"s and mills ... ... 125,000 high tides In the baron 8 p. m.. 29.68; 8 a. m., Jan. 1, 29 oO. : and Gents' Furnishings. .'If. ',' -' i 'q';. ,
ffjnat.tl damage by tides the 19th. "Cloudy day,with easterly to southeasterly No ,matter what you do "
S' Andrews Bay "12 winds falling barometer and io must Kirschbaumsuit you are a lover of "good : "
in < >
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get a
above anything In January 21, 1891, Rain %:45 4't you will :
jaclw- warmer weather. began things" you appreciatethe ii
paST i 1-: jears.: .... ... 5,000E 'Vind-8 a. m.. southeast 10 miles; p. In., and continued into the night You will get one too, fine our' ll' t'
I
4ai;!i' d damage by tides k p: in.. west 16,mile Maximum velocity amounting to, 037. _Winds. became ; if you see our swell line. quality goods. ;

from the sea at Apalachicola fifty miles from the southwest high about 2pm., .and steadily increased There something about them il

Fla- .. .... .... 10,000' at r5 p :m., with an extreme velocity In velocity until 9:10 p. m., : They are the season s most that irresistable.reef t.i t.

[5 mated damage by wind of fifty-four miles registering fifty-miles from,the' southwest tempting offering and with- proves f t :

.. .. ... 2,000tjnnett'd i "'
at \pjlachicola: l'reEs&re8D: ., 29.99; 8 p. m. only a short time after Chitting in reach of' ,

damage by winds :29: .71;, lowest 29.06 at 5.45 p..m., from .the southeast, : easy everyone. o .:, i ,

and rains at Goulding "Cloudy day. Rain set in at '10.25 No damage resulted. n -_. *. : t L
. ... ... 4
. 13,000 U
FU ;
a. m., with rapidly falling barometerand Orders to hoist storm warningswere 3: ill 'i : .
to tim -
Estimated damage increasing southeast winds. received 15:40. p m., on the il ',I
ber and turpentine inter- Winds maintained brisk to high veloc- 30th. i. '

ests Ro-a in: Escambia counties and. fallen Santa f :: : : z;, ] IX: : O"'U.tl ttersi" ri*i ; "

trees. etc .. .. .. 40,000 I 111.:
Storm of April 20. 1893 i 4*
Severe Storms. ; : IYOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK. !1
E.un.iud, damage by wind and I In. Wind'at Max. Wind. Rainfall .: :
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and height of tides at Pensa Date. Observation During previous in Last !
v* the storms of the April Time. Time. 12 HourS. Pressure. 12 Hours.. ................................................................................ ................. ...... .1 Ivl"Many 1 -
rla daring, severe 19t11 19th 8 8 am SE IS miles 23 SE -' 29.18 .44 .................. ........!... ...... ... .............. ....o....... ... ........................... : I
iJt; .7 \ 'ars pm SW 2% mIles! 26 SW 29.42 1.20 ;
Damage Tide. 20th 8 am NW 25 miles 51 W 29.11 .69

2. 1S93: $ 1,100October I Seth 8 pm .. W 10 mUes 26, NW 23.91 Storm
OctobPi of Auust7th, '1894 cVAtigust 15th, 1901 ;
8, 1S94, 4.5 ft "High winds from inCreased the'water
l yesterday struck tower at Palmetto -
Jab' 7, 1S66. 400T>00 5.0 .fttigusi ., In velocity'after midnight beach the frame 'work fire I Wind at lfax'Wind Rainfall .Wind-at Max WInd Rainfa1t Iii IiiStorm !
lMruan taking in Last
Date. Previous Date.
15. 1001, 112000 Observation DurIng .Observation baring Previous in Last :
: 1,100 I blowing a hard gale from the south- resulting in damage to the extent of 'August Time. Time. 12 Hours. /Pressure. ,12 Hours. August. Time. Time. 12 Hours. PreMure. 12 Hours., : t
1902
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27 .
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2,120,000 10.0'ft: west and west until about 2 a. m.,, $300. Jn the city a few-signs, windowshutter'S 1th 8 am .- NE 11 miles' I 28 NE 23.92 ..917th 14th I am SE 23 miles 36 SE b %9.85 .4t : \
G-27 1906 -
S.JK. 11 am E 26 miles 30 NE 29.927th 14th 8
and small trees were blown 1 pm 36 SE : ., ,
when it decreased in velocity but \ 14 pm SE 40 mIles 46 S E 29.537th 15th 8 am SE 30 mIles 36 SE n.11 f
Tide Figures. from (spring) up from the northwest down; otherwise, no damage was 2 pm SE 32 miles 62 SE1SSpm 29.85 15th 8 pm 4S S .:1'tlt?r, I
The following tide figures towards morning with a slight increase sustained. A .bark dragged her. an 7th 8 pm S\V 24 miles 82 S E %9.88 1.45 16th' 8 am WIi 11'IiJes 70 SW 29.7 t 1i 1 '
.Vnsacola: eastward will give an ideaof chor for a short distance and_a fish. 8th .8 am S 20 miles U iW 30.01 t.liO nn4M 1 ,
the wave that attended the stormof In velocity, and continued brisk Ing boat was blown ashore at Town Highest rate of wind, for one mile 81xty-one per hour. I 11th. "Advisory storm warning reCeived -, "Trains were abandoned on the ; 3

ptember 2627, 1906 to high northwest and west throughout Point, but in neither 'case was any fences were! blown down with all sails set. AH of theterew In the morning" dummy line on account of high watel :!: l
. .. ..10 ft I the day. The wind'maintained a 12th: "light gulf swell setting in. j
Pensacola Bay material Injury done".. and large: trees were torn up by the were' brought; ashore by the washing the tracks away. When th< J I.d !
CastBay . . .. .. .. 9 ft' velocity. of forty three' miles from 1 i roots., Several wharves were badly captain of the life saving station Mr. Light northeast to southeast winds. I. warning was received at 3 p. m. that i )
.. : a. m. to 2 a. m. and reached a mazi- Telegram received the 19th stated 4. '
Si! Andrews Day .. .. .. 6 ft on damaged and great loss resulted Brcadbent his three daughters and a Advisory storm warning received 3:12 the gales would shift to southwest fl : .' t'i
Apalachicola Bay . .. .. 5 ft.I mum of fitiynine :miles, per hour. that' the .warnings, were displayedat p. m. the firm of El E. Saunders tt Co.. fiah f
track of fw volunteers the
from[ drift of timber. The ; gun was dragged
I I Rain accompanied by a violent! thun'derstorm gulf stations to th westward of
13th: "Advisory storm warning received dealers hired a couple of tugs at f .
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Velocities.
Wind the line undermined. atniile. and half down the
dummy _was badly a beach a
wind ; began 1.10 a. m and ended Pensacola on the 18th,. and orders to 10:$0. Unusually, .high, tide cost of $500 t take twelve flshiny" : '
list of maximum lin <>
nironolontcal! Many vessels Jn the bay dragged % was slOt ,over the vessel, !and
: : : .
during the night amounting to 069I display warnings at Pensacola were.
and
southeast swell that
velocities of 50 miles and over ::en- anchors. The tocr ship "Cather. the crew landed *in the breeches heavy reportedby smacks were moored to their if :1. r
sacoa! Fla I I During the thunderstom lightning received, on .the .night" of,the 19th. ine" was wrecked on the outer beachof buoy." the pilots. Southeast storm warning wharf into the center of tha bay tq :. '
received at 2 p. nu anchor; but, on account of the high : l' f'
Miles Direction Date. Santa: Rosa Island'at an early hour Storm warnings hoisted 11 a. m. I I
14th: "Orders to continue south gales and rough sea, the attempt was l"
\ Sept 9th. 1882. this morning the "ship struck 'on the, 7th.
50 Storm of 2 1893. ; .. .. ,
October
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to: I S.W. August 20. 1888. .f. : 41" east storm warning received 3:10 p.m. unsuccessful; some of these smacks '
.. I 15th: Advisory message received were subsequently sunk and the otheri i
21 1891.
53 S.January Rainfall J 4 -
Max Wind I Ii'1.
Wind at I
5: S. August 17. 1892SQ Date. Observation During Previous In Last Storm of October 8th, 1894. : early in the morning regarding the po more or less seriously damaged. Considerable \,

:; S.\ '. Dec. 31, 1892. Oct. Time.- Time. 12 Hours. 'Pressure. 12 Hours.-, III f sition of the storm center. Warning additional damage was sus ; -
20 1893. 1st Sam E 27 miles 32 E.* :987 .75 : Wind at Max Wind Rainfall received at three p. m. that gales tamed by the shipping and timber in -
57 A\ April 1st 8 SE 12 miles 24 E 29.80 .49 ,', I Date. Observation tDuring Previous in Last
pm would shift southwest terests, but would have been consid ,
I' Hours. 12 Hours.
1893.
2 I Pressure.
f.6 S.W. Oct. 2nd 8 am S 30 miles 42 S 29.68 110 October 'Time. Time. 12 s
56 S.E. Nov 27, 1893. 2nd 8 pm W 28 miles 66 SW 9.51 1.38 Tub 8.am" 52 S.E. August 7, 1894 Special barometer readings 10 a. m., 29.66; 2 'p. m, 29.52; lowest pressure 345p 1th 8 pm, .5' NE 22 miles 26 NE n.88 .07 gales during the day and night. At warning given. t. :
68 N.E. Oct. S, 1894,. m.. 23.47. 8th 8 am E 36 mIles U NE 29.58 .98 9:10 a. m the five minute rate was "Damage to fishing smacks is es : "

';2 N. July 7, 1896l "Cloudy day. A storm moving gese bark "Josephine" andNor. bark'Wllhelmlna" 8th 10 11am am ,, '-.. 29.528th 23.47 thirty-eight miles from the south withan ,tlmated at 60000. ,' mIT f t 1
March 23 1901. 8th H noon 29.41 extreme velocity of sixty miles. "The steamship Evelyn" of tin I
SE Pen- dragged their anchors ,
the struck ,
northward from gulf 8th 2 pm &. 9.8 Southerly gales shifted to southwestat New York Line, went ashore fourteei I t' f i
79 f) SAugust 15, 1901CD sacola at 4:45 a. m. when the wind and were driven towards the beach.. 8th 8 pm N 34 miles cg NE 1:20pm 29.40 L55 maximum ,
reached
9:12 west of the 'Pensacola bar
8 m. and at a miles dnr : '
l Stt Dec. 28. 1901. attained a velocity of thirty-six miles Several small schooners parted their 9th 8 pm. _. NW 19 miles 48 NW'a;: pm:9.12 .04 p. t i
of seventy miles from Ing the stormThe cost of floatlnt I
velocity "
30 52 SMarch Stt : Feb. 27 29., 1902.1906. per hour from the southeast and con- cables and were:washed'&shore.. Tb I Oct. 6th 1894>;';'Telegram concerning instead ot with It; In the latter case, I the southwest, with an extreme veloc- repairing this vessel was In tht '
wood
with "Beratlons" laden with
52 \.E. Sept. 26. 1906. tinued steadily from increasing that force direction and with sloop was driven ashore; 'The schooner tropical storm in gulf received all of the shipping in the bay would I ity of ninety miles. neighborhood of $50,000. ii i. 11'11'and ;' I'
10.15 p. m; interested. parties lave gone ashore. The British bark ;
83 D. Sept. 27, 1906. west "Surprise," laden wjih lumber. ,was I
but slight variation to the east or warned." 'Scammell Bros." dragged her = :i.
anchors
Storm of September 9th, 1882. until 10 m. when it veered to the sunk. The British bark Belvedere. ," .f
a.
Wind December 1901. .4;
Oct. 7th. 1894: "Cloudy day. four miles across the bay and Storm of 28th. ,; f
Wlnda.. m.. 19 miles N.E.; 3 p. south and remained south until 3:45p. moored alongside railroad. wharf, .t,
and shipping went ashore
distributed Santa Rosa }
signal bulletins on Island 'J '
m, 36:: miles ME; 11 p.- m., 50 miles m. when It veered to southwest was a heavy sufferer by the ,storm. in WInd 'at :Max Wind flainfalt )3 ,
Information the .
warned of storm gulf. near life station in 17 -
\. from the N.ELowest saving Dated Observation!!! During Previous In Last
Reached 48 miles reaching maximum'velocity' of sixty At quarantine station the \ur.eek bark- ,
a.
signal up all day. Heavy feet of water. The Sweedish bark December Time. Time. 12 Hours. Pressure. 12 Hours J. {
Pressure 9.451 at 11 m.Tor.al mile "Skiathos" in 18 feet 'r
p. and one entine was gunk
-six miles per hour south swell and seas breaking over "Antionette" dragged her anchors 27th II am NE 3 mIles 12 SW 30.02 I I28th ,
rainfall 4.87 inches. was registered at the rate of of water but the crew was rescued. 8 am SE t miles 7 E 29.82 .
seventY-j Santa Rosa Island late in afternoon. J OWn the bay and wast compelledto .
Gale began 11:40 a_ m. and ton- two miles per hour. Shortly and two small vessels parted their I 28th 8pm 3 S. .11 ,
tinned without intermission to 11:30P m. the wind shifted to' cables and were: dashed to pieces; Northeast storm warning-: hoisted 8:30pni. : I cut away her foremast to prevent 29th 8 am W 11) miles CO SW lI4Spm) 29.59 .54 ; .' fJ,
p. capsizing The schooner "Two Sons" 8 26 NW .03' *
29th
m Rapidly falling barometer, especially the west and remained west until the west end of the crib was badly ( pm I II
"Telegram received 11:18 p. m. announcing was also saved from capsizing by cut ''
in the Iternoon. 12 midnight For the 12. hours damaged. It Is reported that a vessel with Stra 10:45 shifted I 'jto
bark Rhoda difted approach of. tropical. hurri ting away her masts. Several fishing I "The day opened cloudy violence. and at p. m.
The English
ending 6 a. m the'wind averaged went ashore on Santa Rosa'ls1and.Trees cane.- smacks and sloops were driven tus clouds from the south light fog, the southwest with a maximum -Ji.1t'ii"\
across the bay and capsized about twenty-two miles per hour; from' 6 were uprooted, fences blown and wind light southeast Cold wave velocity of sixty miles per hour. The ; ,
Oct; 8th, 1894' "Steady and heavy ahore and one swamped and sunk. i
Santa Rosa Island j.
p of m.16 men near managed to save ; themselves 7\\a. m.. to 12 noon thlrtyjour miles per downr metal roofs torn off and signs!! northeast gales until late in the after The wharf of the life saving station flag hoisted 10:20 a. m. At 12:07 'p. shipping Interests had timely warning }

boat returnin hour a rate of forty 'miles being blown away. Great damag was done noon when wind shifted to northwest was carried away and small house m. a N. E. storm warning message ; only a few of the fishing smacks ; 'S
The quarantine 1
: maintained between 10 a., ,m and 12 among: the lumber laden lighters in and blew with diminished velocity. blown doWn: A number of trees was receiving and displayed In placeOf were at the wharves; the fleet of a r t' ,J.,"

and:? from quarantine drowned.was A seaman I noon. with a maximum'velocity of the bay and along the bay .shore; a Maximum;wind velocity sixtyeightmiles flagstaffs, "sigIls and chimneys were the cold wave warning. Brisk to E. Saunders & Co. anchored across '[ i ;

f:on the two Spanish'men bark RuSna in quar- flnythree miles; from the south at few barges werp sunlj and wharves from the northeast at 1-20 pm. : blown down:and portions of roofs high southerly winds during the afternoon the bay In Navy Cove. Vessels coming i

the gal 11:50 a. m. For the six hours endIng and bathhouses.- were considerably' extreme velocity (rate blown" off.' 'Telephone, telegraph and About 2 p. m. a little colored In reported a very high sea. A r r t '
overboard
:inline fell during with an
: 6 mfl the avwag hourly veloc- damaged Timber, in Jhe bay was I : blown off :Muscogee large plate glass window in one of J j '1
and wasdrowned.. Two vessels! p. for ,one'mDe) of eighty-five miles electric :light wires were entangledall girl was t ,
ashore at quarantine and two ity was fifty milesr"Before cast adrift and strewn'10ng' the Average hourly velocity for the day over the city. Telegraph communication wharf and drowned The wind remained the stores was blown in and smashed if : :r
I the storm, had, reached its beach. Telegraph lines were, prostrated In the south during the evenIng : the electric light wires became 1 ; :; .
1-liters on Santa Rosa Island. An 41.2. Much loss and ,damage was was cut off and trains on ,
J
'foeifitht ,several steamships that were and railroad traffic stopped bj with continuous driving light crossed during the night and the I ", .
1 11a'jan bark moored to Heron's wharfent averted by the timely warnings of dummy line discontinued. Consider a 11'
adrift tearing away about 500 taking cargo steamed for, the lower washouts. Estimated damage. $1,100'Storm the weather bureau. able damage was sustained by leaksIn rain; but at 10:30 p. m. it Increased power was taken off." : I. ,"
ordered dis .
rode out the stOT'iflsafely. warnings were '
fet of the the structure. A large bay where they ; 11 m. 1st. The tide was higher than at any roofs: Both halyards were torn ;

portions of the walls of Sullivan'sOpera I At an early hour the Portu- played p. time during the. past ten years and from the office flagstaff and the flags I Storm of February 27th, 1902. '!: : .'j..,; : I

House in course of construc- It was fortunate that the 'hurricane were torn to shreds shortly 'after f; If

txn was blown down by the gale: ,_ Storm of November 27th. 1893- I gales were blowing against the tide noon." Wind at Max Wind. Rainfall ': f .
cany fences were blown down and Date. Observation During Previous in Lact, !
directions. A Wind Ralnf&1Dattr. Time. Time. 12 Hours. Pressure. 12 Hours* j :
trtfs prostrated in all Wind at :Max February. 4 f'ij
Considerable part of the timber in the Observation During Previous in Las Storm of July 7th, 1895. 26th 8 am 'NW Zmfles 10 NW 29 93 ,f i I
harbor Yellow fever November. Time. Time. 12 Hours. Pressure. U Hours 26th ,8 pm 22 NW ,
has been lost 26th 8 am NE 23 miles 24 NE 30.3 ,01 Wind at Max WInd Rainfall 27th 8 am SB 40, miles 45 SE 29.31 .02 ij r .;
officially announced by the Board of 26th 8 pm SE 3& miles 37 SE 30.09 .01 Date. Observation During Previous in Last 27th 8 pm 52 SW 510pm .25 ,, 1 .
Health 56 SE 29 87 1.66 Time. Time. 12 Hours. Pressure. 1% Hours.
to be epidemic" 7th 8 am SW 9 miles July.
S orra warnings wer ,ordered up itb 8 pm SW 1-3 miles 30 S\V 30 00 6th 8 am E 11 miles 21 BE 9.9ii .02 "The steamer "Winifred" from New presslon of about 9.00 inches, 'sea'r'" :
6th 8 SE Ii miles 26 SE 9.91 .86 I 9 inand was leveL Southeast storm warnings had : t: ,.
pm In about
at t of a.
10 a. m.. on the 8 th day September t8 NE 29.71 %..1S'lth York came :
1882 tn-i telegram stating I 'Heavy thunder wind and ralnstO"rmfrom er on West Wright street was strucl m 7th 8 am NE 42 miles 29.62 dashed against Commendencia street been flying since 5:15 p. mon the Ijt L

thai appeatances indicate a Cyclone the S. E. ,during the ;night. by lightning resulting in slight dam' 7th 10 Sam am 129. wharf, damaging herself about $100 26th: .and shortly after 5 p. m. on the '1 :

outh of New Orleans: and ? II Wind reached fifty.six miles'per hour age to the frame of a portrait th<,. 7th 10:20 am '. 29.41 I and the wharf to the extent of about 27th were changed to northwest. The ': i ;'

lag! the ((5ulf Coast approac1'1 and for one minute, blew at the rate parlor. Several vessels dragged an 'lth 11 am 29.19 9.35 $800. The wind blew forty miles i"per sea ran high all day and most of the i -

Storm of August 20th, of sixty miles. During the storm the char and a large amount of Umbel r 7th 7th 11:45 110 am pm 20.10 hour from the south during the fore timber moored to the sides of the N 'l'

"lUd-8 a. m. 26 miles from the I dwelling occupied by Mr. C. K. Wells wast cast adrift in the bay." 7th 130 pm 72 SE l1:45am 8.98 noon and continued high In the afternoon vesels was cast adrift, and.., breakIng '
7th 8 pm NW 24 miles 72 N 2pm 3.n 2.85 5:05 m. the wind against small wharves, did -- 1'"
I. ; at : p.
26 N 23.90
N 9 miles
8th 8 am changed to southwest 'and five min minor damage. The. warnings kept > [l

"Northeast storm warnings hoisted thirty years; About thirty-five houses utes later reached a velocity of fifty- the vessels In the harbor and prevented *. .l

8 a. m; the flags were blown away I were unroofed and the' electric light two miles from the southwest The much loss of Umber and much *

'" shortly aftfr,9 a. m. telephone and telegraph wires were barometer began to rise at 5:05'p.. appreciation as shown by the parties -
"The wind velocity increased until entangled and blown down. Signs m. having, reached the unusual de affected. Estimated. damage $1100. ; :

11:45 a. m. when it reached a velocityof chimneys smokestacks windmills '- --- -- -- .: b >
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,seventy-two miles ,fromthe_. southeast .flagstaffs and telegraph poles were -. : 'i :
having shifted from northeastto '' blown, down mall parts_of the cify. March 29th, 1906.'f': I

southeast at 8:38 a. m. There wasa Some streets and walks were impassable \
-On March 29th 1906, gale of fifty -r"a. thunderstorm that: came from the :
tne wind velocity on account of trees blown down. a "
in
marked and the decrease sky brightened from 12:30 i}A few residences and places of bus, miles from the southwest was registered -j r southwest: .Pressure at 8 a. m. wu" ::i 0:1
II were entirely demolished. No at 3:03 a. m; this. attended 129 80. No serious damage result*!. ./
p_ m. to 12.50 p. m.; at 12.50: p. m ness : '
tha wind shifted to the north and departure of trains on account of -

blew with great fury, reaching a'I![ washouts and injury to tracks and ;- : Evesy ,
-t, time bridges. The greatest damage occurred ;; f. J'
maximum velocity for a second tifiirr.-J I
: I Hiarried, skapely, :
jVj' seventytwo'miles from the I In the bay and om the waterfront
of '
time '
I of them dej/G-e t. c J
north. One mile was recorded at the Nine fishing smacks and many many
4r- wrecked and loss of their giriUh f tra' -
1 l -- : rate of 100 miles per hour, but manr smaller boats were : i
? # :: iy,4P'zJ p gusts of wind came at the rate of sunk. One brig dragged anchor and after marriage.' 'the be: :s I

rt 120 miles an hour. The barometerfell is a wreck. One bark is seriously Women of children is eftea dastrw '.'re !
; r0 J .' I Inches at 12:30 p. m. damaged. All wharves were dam- :
'; to 2898 to tM rMlher. ,Jaapch .cr.
AnBrnon' Arrow)
AVC :THEN
:25 $ SOLO 01 SCALESPACKAGES: aged and a large quantity of timber
'0 1 POWER noo'TURncrncllUD"GS \,"" ay then rose steadIlY.did great damage In the' feast adrift. All bathhouses and Ail ot ti5, ca9 fee :LTl ed. ., t
"The storm
5For ? : wo\' THE eRtwijr WWEJT :\ \" fOR YOURoTecnon city and to the shIpping' and timber in small wharves were swept away. however.by the use of Mother's Friend bf.*. fca'y *tnw, as this t 1.1

over thirty years writes a'I' 1iil1TTht5tiN_SNIfl5 UPO" '$- .- '\\ 1-J:4.b' the bay. It is acknowledged to have Many vessels lost their rigging great lin'ment always prepares, the body f4Uhe Itratk tap'a it, and: : t '

wtleman! in Lo Angeles "I I have \ -: i been the most destructive storm that i No loss of life. Estimated damage, preserves the symmetry h form. MHter'?JMejid owrc.ffiAs all th. t'

*ed MucUs Coffee. Many limes together. TKat k costs JOG lett u
to Our coffee) boanes*.being to muds greater: critical period without pain. It. SI weiaan's neatest UeMig;. .: '
y family has
tried other coffee only to
than any competitors in fact; it u larger thu the I 23rd 1901." and xt& OChreA foe too -
benefit
package bearing his I Storm of ,March Thousands gratefully tell of the
tome back old reliable! unchangeable world cembmnL name., 5. .
to our next four largest firm in the : Max Wind Rainfall :.
at of this wonderful
Jo better Don t tab.. neither dw lucia dor tie prieiadkate Wind During Previous in Last tic
Arbudles. No other coffee has We naturally can and actually re Observation ;
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Date.- 12 Hours. Sold .
12 Hours. Pressure. bytaU ,
I fos! uniform I coffee In ARl<5sX dun anyonTc&e; can yn its cop quality. No matter wWe yes MsrchTime. Time. 54 SE 29.7S_ ..58S6 remedy. Mother'sbooktellingaflabont "
failing care mUes .
never SE 30
aroma for the price; Being the dandarj amde k is buy ArUdla,'AR1OSA oc whatyois p.7 23rd 23rd 8 8 am Pm SE 1.74 sr'& little per tr
Bot
what .
wished
price. I have often ot proM. for it, it's tLe sute.old Diana AibacUes. warnings hoisted northwest at 9:45 a. m. Thunderstorm 1 1this'
narrowest
old
at the IDatp "Sdutheast storm
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I could tell this.** other ARIQSA Cofce.If winds. came from the sOutheast dur.
of
you Many. sefl' .> at 8 a. m. on account nigh v liniment will b sent free.Ik .
Some'grocers will try to velocity fifty.four I I in night.f.Conslderable ?
people have the same opinion your(racer will not supply,write,to Maximum wind :: damage to timber Friend -


atf.*. and it* aalca acccd all the Gtlacn put roaster is ashamed sell i in a NnrY_0.. six from the southeast; I winds. t .

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Ministers. are respectfully requested I cough. If you use our SYRUP OF WHITE
of
to notify The Journal promptly .
r BY, AUREUE MAREAN BERNARD. .any their change respective In the cnurchea order of service Nottasa PINE COMPOUND WITH TAR, you will t be
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TO YOU '
Telephone No.38 After 3.;P. M. Journal for this not column later should than 6 reach p. m.The on free fron the }hemming and hacking that is often I i

of each week. started and chilly weather. It
Saturday by damp : does
_. i>t I I.i not 4
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u I dry up a cough: It cures in the rational way by''

f- _. = .. --.. soothing and healing the inflamed bronchial-
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various -41
-- The order of services at the
;t.If": YOUNG LADItS GIVE ENJOYABLE churches In and near Pensacola to-day : passages. ;
The Journal' Daily. Fashion Feature will be as follows: -
HALLOWE'EN PARTY.A ? :.

J' If saving money is of any crowd of Pensacola girls gave a ,< '. Catholic.St. DELICATE SKINS I
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t ... Michael's Church During the winter : Which' and *
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easily irritated
roughened
are
very successful hallowe'en dance last : : "v : months services will be as follows by exposure -
I interestyto you, we thinkyou Thursday night at the -hall of the 1.t' '; Y; First Mass, 7 a. m; Children's Mass' 9 a. to extremes of weather become *
Catholic Knights of America. Both m.; High Mass, 1040 a. m.; Vespers velvety

f will agree with us that "its the young men. and their escorts- : Rosary at and S p Benediction m. 4 p. m.; Baptisms and smooth when CRYSTAL ARABIAN CREAM !I i

t for the girls did the escorting this St. Joseph's Church-Low Mass and Instruction. is'used. Price 25c. It is healing and
in and .
to to examine : 1
come
i up you" time-were dressed in costumes' symbolical 7 a. m.; Sunday School at 9 a. v : protective. : m..Hlgh Mass and Instruction. 10 a. m.; after
of 'hallowe'en"party.. An excellent application snaving. !
I our superb line of a Vespers, Rosary and Benediction of the J
About nine o'clock: the "spectres" Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. m. Mass during -

:1 Shoes. Meyer's $3.50 and began to arrive and with lights turn the and week Friday Is at, when 7.30 It a.will VL,be exceptMonday offered IT'S. SO EASY. J:

ed low a .grand march was formed. .. -at 8 a. m. During Advent Lent and To neglect that cold. but it's also to a1:
The costumes' wereall fanciful : easy find
t $4.00 Shoes are the ofF 'i the. months of May and October Holy 4'
peers draperies of white and white masks \: Mass Is offered at 8 a. m. on week days. 2 good.remedy our SYRUP OF WHITE PINE I
Confessions in the evmlnrs before Sun
J 'any shoe made in this country were The worn. folks had a delight. Lfi-: days. Holy Days of Obligation and First f COMPOUND WITH TAR. Price 25c. and 50c. \
: young very Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Baptisms
; at the price. Really, that's ful time, and the girls who gave tt* Sundays at 3 p.-m. or by appoint- Agents for_ WRITMANS CANDIES. J!
party are to be congratulated upov
; MNext AB Holy
Friday Is Soul's Day.
} ,ftoo mild a claim for them, their success as entertainers. .. Communion at <:10 and 7 o'clock a. nt '.
/ .Iiit. \ Requiem High Mass at 9 o'clock for all I The Crystal Pharmacy \

1: '. : as you will,find out when you MALLORY-PASCO WEDDING i 1- IL// : the Vespers faithful and departed.Benediction at 7tO p. m. : '

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THE SIXTH OF NOVEMBER.The At 4 o'clock in the afternoon there Brent Building.
i I them. We 'would not invitation will be the annual poor soul devotions at : .
try following has been J'
f. received by friends in Pensacola and 1t' 1- St.Holy Joseph's Rosary cemetery a short, 'consisting Instruction of pro-the .......;.................................... ......

!! lightly give you this, assur- elsewhere: nouncing the absolution and blessing of -
Mr. and Mrs. Atilla F. Mallory t'-- utMM4 the graves.Al -
; ance did we not believe it. request the honor of your presenceat \ lare cordially Invited.

'i' the marriage of their daughter. I Lutheran Church. THE CORRECT THING
I' We couldn't afford to mist Nellie German Lutheran Church Rv_ J.F. ,
: to W. Relnhardt, pastor. Sunday School at
: t head you, for .you'd never Mr. Samuel Pasco :Jr.. LI 9.a. m German reformation service 10:30a.
m. English service 7 p. m.
. on Tuesday. morning November sixth, f.;,1 Norwegian Seamen'sChurchRev.. Jno. A wedding invitation of all things demanded by social custom.
( come back. We do. everything at eleven o'clock,. : !> ,, Helle. pastor. Services, 10:30 a. m.; should be correct in form. and made of fine stationery It is better
I at;the First Presbyterian Church ; !... Holy Communion. 7:30 p. m. AU Scandinavians not to'issue any ,invitations at all than to send out something that
.
f f in reason to sat- Pensacola, Florida. cordially Invited. is unfashionable or of poor material If you wish to get absolutely!

f i\ the The bride's attendants will be her .. 1.. ; EpiscopaL the correct thing consult J. P. STEVENTS ENGRAVING CO.. tt.
isfy most exacting cus- sister Miss Cora. MaCbry! and Miss '\ Christ Cburch-Re. P. JL Whaley D. fashionable engravers 41 Whitehall street, Atlanta Georgia.
l- Stella D., Rector. Early service at 7:30 o'clock.
Avery.Immediately This establishment produces the latest styles as fast as
they
tomer. Show rooms and Sunday School at 9 45 a. m.: Morning service art
after the ceremony the ''' ._ 4rfI sUit;' Evening service at 7:30. accepted by the elite of London or New York. Samples sent free
in young couple will leave. for their wed. ,. "' St. Katherine's Church. Cervantes and of charge. Don't delay; write this house to-day.
equipment, too, are keepIng ding. journey. to r>avH streets-Rev. Andrew T. Sharp, S.
J:!. \ 'f T. B, rector. Sunday services at 7.30
,
:; with the high class of and 11 .. m. and 4 p. m.; Sunday Schoolat .
j MISS MARGARITE =
CHANDLER 9:80 a. m. Week-day services on
GIVES TENTH BIRTHDAY ', ..t.f f Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. m.
_
attracted here the
people by PARTY. .
St. John's Church, WarringtonRev.A. J. F DAVIS
Miss Margarite Chandler, was ." ''' T. Sharpe priest In charge. Services JEWELER

knowledge that their i dollars the hostess of a pretty party every Sunday,at 4p.m.-" Now In

-. bring them the best looking birthday.given in Her honor home of 710 her Seventh tenth ,; Unlversaliat Unlversallst.First Church.. East Chase New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox StWm.

street ,was prettily decorated on the : street. Sunday School at 10 a. m. T. P. --- ....
footwear that's be had for I C. U. 6 30 ,' --
to occasion and Miss Margarite's guests' t-t attend.: p m. All are cordially Insited -

had a very lovely time playing games: CHILD'S_ COAT OF WHITE BEDFORD CORD. III -I--:
the price. All leathers wide
and enjoying the bountiful 'refresh: Methodist. JfWft!! .. .
ments dear to the hearts of childhood.1 I A very pretty little street costumefor six Inches or so above the edge. The Palates Street Methodist Church-Rev. I IJiJ IiIDi1If 1oj.tf.. ": )i< r .. iINUi..._
.range of shapes.Five The little la.dy'was the recipient of 'a little tot is shown in the plate front of the coat was laid In a box: Henry Trawlck.' of Montgomery, will
plait which was the feather stitchedon I fill the pulpit both morning and evening.
many pretty presents and lovely: the cape coat being made of white In flower Regular services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
: six or seven dollars flowers which showed in part her pop i each side and embrolded Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.. J. N. An..
ularity among her friends Bedford ,cord,. ornamented with hand sprays. The little cap was of white drews, superintendent. Epworth League
: are prices for the real .aristocracy among the children and many also the embroidery. The edge of the cape corded silk,. edged Jrith a band of at C 30 p.In.Gadsden .

"grown up" people. 'I and the cuffs of the sleeves were white swansdown and ronamentedwith F. A. Rogers Street, pastor.Methodist Services Church to-day-Rev.at Johnson & Son

of leather. All shapesof Those who enjoyed her birthday I scalloped in white silk,. a conventional full rosettes. of white ribbon at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni., conducted by the

party were: Miss Julia Jordan, Miss' flower figure being emoroidered every each side. B.pastor Tiller,8undacbool superintendent.at Epworth 9 30 a.Leagueat nau, J. .

feet fitted; any whim of Mabel Loftin Miss Bertha Bafett.: t;30 p. m.Powelton -
Miss Barbara Ness :Miss Dorothy: Circuit-Rev. J W. Breed- New Brent Building, 9 and 11 Palafox Street.
: fashion gratified at these Bingham, :Miss Callie I and intimate friends witnessing the ond prize a hand painted plate was I love.. pastor.. Geo. H. Hicks assistant.
Calcfln) Miss: Mrs. James Jr. The' First Powelton, 11
ceremony. Rev. F. A. Rogers of the won by McHugh Sunday a. m. and
Cleo Johnson, Miss Jennie Douglas: Gadsden Street Methodist church per- next meetingwiil- be with :Mrs. pm.. First Sunday, Pine Forrest.: S:30 rJ.
prices: Miss Susie Everett, Miss m. Second Sunday ,
Lillle
and a. m. -
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Blumer. er"A
.'2 Miss Alice Daves. Miss Aneta formed the ceremony. and 7 p. m. Third Sunday, 11 a.
Hoyett,II Sneed now at home corner of : m. Third Sunday Warrlngton 7.30
are : p. m. HANDSOME MILLINERY
i Come take a look, buy: if Miss Julia and Miss Annie Mertin, Thirteenth avenue and Strong street Mr. and Mrs. Mayes have moved L Fourth Sunday Escambta, 11 a.- m. and
Miss :Mabel, Miss Ola and :Miss Ella : Into their now' tiwne, the Mellen 7p.m.
M..JJIt.-
r; Beyer Miss Elizabeth MiSS' -
you please. Gracie; Callaway Mrs. D. S Stevenson. of Brent, is --residence corner Cervantes street Presbyterian.First "
and Miss Bertie Butler Miss which
and 11th avenue they recently
visiting relatives in Pensacola Presbyterian Church-Rev. Julian
Stella, Miss Ella and Miss Mattie purchased. S. Sibleypastort' Preaching at 11
a.
m. When
Dreen, Miss Minnie Everett and Miss, 'iit-'iIr.- I : and.7 raG p. In. Sunday School at 9 30 a. you' come here tomorrow
Flossie and Miss Virginia Sarra.. The I Mr. F. E. Brawner is out again after Mrs. Henry Blake,' of Nadawah m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.

boys were Oscar and Bryans Larcom an attack of La Grippe. i i"fk'ik' Ala. who has been visiting relativesIn Mission Sunday at School 3:30: p.at m the. C.Stoddart F. Zeek.Avenue super. you will observe as fine a collectionof

J' and Walter Beyer. I this city returns to her home to intendent., All are cordially Invited.Baptist. .
MEYER SHOE CO. The ladies who called to wish the Mr. D. Hale Wilson has returned 1 day. Mrs. Blake Is the wife o* Conductor Fall Millinery has been

little hostess many happy returns of from a business trip to Birmingham, Blake, on* of the popular conductors as ever

f- FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOUS the day were Miss MinnTe BeyerMlss Ala.'I' of the 5outhn. Callawajr.First Baptist pastor.Church-R Sunday School Thos.at 930a. M.

Jessie Prather. Mrs Hooton, Mrs. !. .'m..'Judge E. D. B ggs, superintendent our .good fortune to present for your

102. SOUTH .PALAFOX STREET Chas.-.Larcom .and others. Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Thomas leave Miss Jennie Morris has re+irced No Preaching morning by service.the pastor at 7:30. p. m.
[ ---'iIJ. this morning for Jacksonville and
} fron & visit to DeFuulak where she East HID inspection
Baptist 11th
Mr. Nick Morrison has other in Eastern Florida.' Church Avenue .
t returned points, was the guest of her sisters.If and.Chase street-Rev. J. W. Senterfit.
from a trip to Tampa, where he visit- .>,st., .\ pastor. Sunday School at 11 a. m. Beautiful
ed relatives. Mr. 'H. P. Neuman has returned you want something better, get L Preaching-every second and fourth Sun Pattern Hats and creations -
.:,..:;,. day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer .
; ; 'Ribbon
Bloe Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely
BOOKS from a visit ,to, Montgomery., Ala?:\ meeting every Tuesday night at 7i30 -
from
Miss Nell Richards has gone to 'ii-'iic- pure go twice as far and I o'clock. our own work room
Gulfport to visit her sister Mrs.W.. Mrs. G.%W. Bennett.; of Bennetts- the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is.,perfection. West Hill Baptist Church. West Jack-
H. Favourite, where she Ask for size. son sueet-Key. J. W,, Senterflt pastor.
will the 25c '
remain vile La.. is ',her Sunday School at 10
visiting daughter a. m. Preaching Beauties of them and
for
several
one
I. months. Mrs. J. H.' Bickerstaff. :.Mrs.. Bennett every first,and third Sunday at 11 a. m. every ,
You have read some of these and heard -
of the others: they were the first Bellera" will probably remain 'in Pensacola -
.
Mrs. Alex Rosenau certain
one to five years ago. Ton take no and little son until her daughter is in better health. I GOUIDINGSpecial to delight all of our visitors
chances in buying a book that has been are expected to arrive from New Orleans 'I WIRELESS' TELEGRAPHY.Is .
a '" ret seller" next Sunday. Miss Martha Mertlns is visiting

Choir Invisible. To Have and to Hold ,-'i-. .':;'. Miss Daisy Stevenson at her home I .the ,Result of Prolonged Study and

t. Red Oastle Keffgers Craneycrow, Lightning The Conductor.Pillar of Light"Vlrrlnlan -, Mrs.. K. T. Goodloe will leave Mon- near Brentwood. to The JournaL Deep Research.
When Knighthood Was in Flower day for a visit of one' week with. 'f -" Goulding Oct. 27.-Dry weather Uarconl
: Bea Wolf. Alice of Old Ylncennes. Crisis; friends in Mobile. At the meeting the Friday Afternoon seems to be a general complaint with I -the wireless wizard-did
Chicago Princess. apt stumble accidentally the THE BIG STORE
Calumet upon
K. The Pit.
In the Bishop'* Carriage XItU. Minister .. .Jif.. Euchre Club held last week, the every one. principles of his marvellous invention.
1 The Voice of the People. et.< Capt. John B. Guttman returned first prize was wone by Mrs. Dave Miss Pearl Herman returned home .It.was and
only by
deep prolouged
t, Price, 76 cents, in 1Ir1It-clas 'bindings. Friday: from a trip to Germany and Delony the lone hand and consolation Friday evenIng. after spending sever !stuoy of the cause of certain known I -

f': and Illustrated various European cities. ; .by Mrs. Will Ferguson and the al days with friends near Muscogee. phenomena in nature that he ableto II. B
was
...", booby by Mrs. Ellen Levy. The meeting Mr. E. L Stokes went to Montgomery ,produce the staitling effect
On the seventh of November' the this week will be.with Mrs. J .G. Friday morning on "business for -
HARRY T. HOWLAND Many people in speaking of Hair and 7:00 p. In.. Prayer
meeting
Yniestra. _. the L. & N and will be absent for every
marriage of
Miss
Celestine Angela at 7 Just Received.
Restorers have a way of bunching Sunday p. m.
I' <' Manager. De Luna Book Store. Brent,.and.Mr. Rufus Manley will oc .".. several days.Miss them altogether, without dlscriinina Imported Macaroni, Sweet Oil. fheew*
Anderson
De Luna St., Phone 1491. cur. The wedding will take place in Mrs. W. A. Rawls who has been : Mamie and Annie ot tion. Church of ChristChurch Dill Pickles Sauer Kraut. Mai kerel. /rd
the moraine and will be witnessad visiting her. daughter in Tallahassee, Pensacola. were guests of Miss Pearl lierpicide Is 'different from other of Christ corner Jackson and Fish Pip Feet Spanish Osions tlot
\ only by the- immediate famlly.'JIf. is expected to arrive come to-day. Herrman last Sunday. so-called !"hall'retorer" and "remehes" Alcaniz streets-Bible.School at 10,a. m. Bread. French Navy Bread. Ererjrt'ilcS!
.- I Mr. and Mrs. E. L Slokes spent Communion service at 11 a. m. Preaching fresh' and new.
Mrs. A. M. Lappington and little The friends of little Annie Ruth I Monday at Molino fishing and hunting.Mrs. .< as day is from nightIt at 1:45 p m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Witch Haset H.00 per gallon

"The Best. is What We Sell" son Milton Wood who have been visiting Caro will be pleased to learn that Jones and children spent the is for a the scientific sole pieparatiod of prepared -at 7:SO p. m. All are cordially Invited. Marine Grocery Company.

Mrs. Lappington's parents Mr. and she is recovering from a severe attackof day very pleasantly in Pensacola ifi the scalp\ nn purpo-e rube : that debtroy- V. MTc. A. V. J. VIDAL Manager.
causes
Mrs. John Wood for the six, typhoid fever. Thursday.Mrs. T. M.
past dandruff. and falling hah.Fcr toCs A.- Association building' open
weeks have gone, to Mobile where 'ik' F. Herrman made a flying trip from 3 p: m.; Sons Service at 3:30 p.
A NEW LINE OFPRESERVES Mr. Lappington has accepted a position Dr. W. J. Hannah was called to to Pensacola Thursday.The sale by W. A. ITAlrmberte, m., led by J. W. Lurton for th# purpose DO YOU DESIRE A
druggist and apothecary izi of learning the,
Loath
Union Springs the letter part of last songs of the Association
IIi and social at tne home of
where will meeting
they in future
re- hymnal. Bible
week to attend ills father-in-law. Dr. Palafox! street, or b !ad lOc in stamps class at 4 p. m. Subject
side. Mrs. Reynolds Thursday of "The
night study Life
preyed and Letters of
for sample to The Hc
Sessions who ilL -piclde Co., Detroit "
was Late reports PauL.
3.j .j very ; to be quite a success. Everyone BeautifulCQIDPlexion
Mr. T. C/Watson and Mr. James C.' However, atatp that Dr. Sessions![ reported having spent the evening Mich. '
First Church
: of Christ
Watson: returned Saturday evening is slightly improved.Mrs. |J most pleasantly and all seemed to be
i First Church -Christ .
from Senator SclenUst-ser
S. R.
Mallory's at disappointed because Miss Pearl Herr-
Garnier's camp F. J. Lanctot, formerly Miss*J vices at Pensacola Library at 11 a. m. to
bayou where they have man was absent Mr. Canon rendered day-
t Just received and they are all Mary Bamfell ill visiting!' her parents I -
spent several days fishing and tunt- some nice music on his violin
good ones too. They run In prices ing. Mr. end Mrs. \\\ IL Bamfell. 109. West which very added greatly to the entertain. Biscuit'Companys Second Church of Christ

from 10 cents per Jar.to $1.25 per- I Main street 'j I ment. The next meeting will be at National Second Church of Christ, Scientist....
Jar. All flavors of fruits. Miss Esther Gnghenheim who has Services every Sunday morning at 11
f' \ Such Brands As had quite Mrs. James McHugh, Jr., Is confinedto the home of Mrs F. Herrman. o'clock; Wednesday afternoon at 5
a severe attack of La CakesWe
her, home with, a severe attack of Mrs. E. L Stokes made a short trip clock. Reading room open daily from 18
Grippe is able to be out again. Her to Pensacola Wednesday.Miss a. m. to 8 p. m.. where Christian Science AND A
Cross & Blackwell's, little sister Jennette has also been;'! La Grippe. I literature 'may be had. Room t, Mon
."... : Daisy and Miss Lillie Hartzogof have Temple.
quite sick. a com
- Dodson & Braun r Mrs. James McHugh Jr., was the, Pensacola visited deir: aunt Mrs. very
Mrs. Samuel French- -7J. of Laurel Hill hostess last week of the Married ; E. I. Stokes last Sunday. plete line of these cakes First Christian Church. BEAUTIFULBRACELET

Bishop's is visiting Mrs. L. Hilton Green. Ladies Euchre Club. The first i)i Mrs Von Worder --#- a Pensacola and wafers sales being First Christian Church 41 East Gregory
I our

I prize, an amethyst dog collar, was j' visitor to-day. street-Sunday School at 10 a. m.. H. j.
Mrs. Julia the I''I so that there is Mackey. superintendent. Prayer
won by Mooney see"Cottage rapid meeting
i Dunkley'sLong's Mr. William Fisher has to Thursday 7 JO p. m.AU are
returned
; cordially
P. ,
.. Columbia :J. WILLIAMS CO. invited. -
College in
after spending one never any difficulty .
: day in Pensacola. | IN BRENT BUILDING ,

. .. .J keeping our stock perfectly Beat of AIL ,

Curtice Bros.' Miss C. E. Robinson has just returned j The J. P. Wiliams Company has removed fresh. The crisp- Twa a thrown,little plain little thIn Ut-
, from Century. She leaves. to-day its offices! to the new Brent tie book;' .

; .; ( for' Birmingham to visit Mrs. C.. P. ., building and now occupies three ness of a cracker, you lID pissing you hardly woul4.give it one

iF Remember lOc to $1.50 Orr for.several weeks. rooms, 376, S78, S80 and 382. Peopleha know, is half its good- look '

Pudding" via g business with this companyare t But the chMren m',Ior Mrs. requested the and ness. they aU crttd.li ,. '
Rob M. to note change
) Himebaugh and little H" '
daughter Virginia have returned froma call at Us new quarters. t I. sw !r i"snlc* t0'1", ; '0* lovely In-. Send ONE DOLLAK-

'tRosenau SGerelds visit of'several months with friends I. write and address
I BUSINESsINCREASING. name
in Atlanta. GrapeNutsgoes '. By reason of the rapid increase In the Sol Twa. a brown Utile. "plain little thin lit-
dissatisfied
buslnes sot the East Hill Grocery Company Calm &; CO. tle girt; plainly. If you are
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THE FANCY GROCERS, Last Wednesday evening Miss Liz )L F. Bowes, manager. it has been Her now was taflaw., h.. hair wouldn't
ale Russ, of Point Washington, was necessary to install additional telephoneand Th. f.u'e Food Stora.ntbwtt : cost; money refunded.
united in marriage to Mr; A. J. Sneed well even in a mansion." deUvery service. Bat! the cmldreo an .loved bee "Becavse."

I 116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.I formerly of Nashville Tenn. The mar. I DANCE AND SUPPER. Ce ner Pslaisi and tBUatonciaPhono. "She's they so &tt 1dnd cried.. v BANK REFERENCES. I
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riage,was quiet affair and occurred THERE'S A REASON." There will be a dance and supper at lyinsld' -bsight u& so loveMlec
; ,Phone 391! at the residence the bride's cousin. C. K. of A. hall tomorrow night, the 11 3 !, t MOCKLEY
rptorrln L. J.
I i proceeds of which will go for charity. Touth' Com I
Mrs S.. 1L Hlghtower .. I' -
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; 1,000 yards best Bleached New line Pillows and Pillow :- See our line of Furs, $1.50to 2,000 Pillow Cases, 42x36, .
CLOAKS.
CHILDREN'S
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Domestic on the market at Tops just received, 35c $20.00. These are madea regular 12*c values, special, j
20 yards for to $1.50; also a full 'line of Just received, an elegant line' of Children's Cloaks... special offering for this this sale, t

$1.00 Cords, Fringes and Tassels. from 8 to 16 years, in Tans; 'Grays' and Plaids;/rangi, ; ,g week. lOc each. j
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: size 81x90 inches, Linen fin- and Children's 'Winter Un- .;- NOTICE. the latest shades, 56 inches Silk Plaid' Waists, to goat < .l;.'

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ish, special, ': _, .' derwear just received, at > wide at 555 this sale at. j .
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50c each. 25c the Garment. $1.50 yard. ; $5.00 each. ; ': ,
button department, we are now prepared to 'make on ..... .
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short notice buttons to match your Fall Suit, all sizes.at G


2,000 yards Standard Calicoes One lot Plaid Flannelettes, 2& ;:.per dozen. ftaclies' ,' i i : s ,- ; 500 pairs Boys' Knee 500 yards '36-inch Black ':.

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all colors-grays, reds,. suitable for school dresses, 7ty Pants, just received, at the Taffeta Silk wear guaranteed -
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blacks and blues, '20 and 25c values, special I,_ .' "''Handkerchiefs. Ladies' Jackets.?' T. low price of50c oil finish $1.50 quality, -ri 1!,,


5c yard. 15c yard. 500 dozen Ladies' Handkerchiefs See our line of Ladies' per Pair. $1.13. 'f 1S '

received forholidays. : Jackets, ,in Tans and Grays, x
just ,.
.' Call :in and let us ;/ that "we- are offering special 4 t"l'5.'I

2,000 yards Flannelettes, Blankets, :75c to $10 per showthem: to ygu..In price: 2i this week'at New line of Plaid Skirts, One hundred, rolls of Jap "'

\ regular 12}# and. 15c quality, pair.. .,Comforts, $1.00 to ..rand ,quality, they can't be t"ff $10.00.. in grays, reds, browns and Mattings, special, to go at I 1:, :'

special, $6.50. Prepare now for the beat. Call and get your pick before greens just received. These' this 'sale. at i
See our10, 15 and 25c the rush that will surely !
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.... and Bee the "Eren his father didn't know about way through them, yet thousands go other by their legs; each bee with Its '", ;rl
ID yon ear go told it Nobody knew about'U but Bill in and out every hour of the day; I I two fore-legs clinging td the twehinderlegs ; i\'
"D Bee Boy you us and the postmaster. Uncle Sam likes some bringing materials to build new of the one above it. In "". ."
about last timer" asked honey and to further the Industry of houses, others food and provisions to this way as many ,O.OOO bees' may ..._., L : .
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Elsie of Uncle Joe the bee culture and honey malting rates store up for the winter; and while be clinging together' and yet they r I '
Story Teller. "You know that Bill the queen bee as an exception to the all appears confusion and disorder hang,so freely that'a bee even from COMB; '

Bradley who promised to show and general rule that nothing alive maybe among this rapidly moving throng, quite the center of the swarm can CUT OPEN j ... J 1"," I.....
I herself' from her neighbors -
forwarded through the malls. yet In reality each has its own workto disengage '
tau yen a whole lot about bees?" I "Bill had built his own hire do, and perfect order reigns over I and ps through to the outside LOWER tEL15 f' #; fCCNI'AIN
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"Tea" answered Uncle Joe. "And i Spanish like," he said''so she would ,the whole II I of the cluster whenever the wishes. EGGJ i 1 ; j "
I eau well rewarded for my time, for feel at home,'* and had taken It to the I' "Bees prefer to work in the 'dark. "If these bees were left to them- r .
: would find born aftera ? AFTEEWXRDS: It1'( J/ : :; :..'
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&n 1 bad eared up enough money toJflrctase woods. From that and subsequent 'They are gifted with double eight; they i r j .
bee and mite to the location of Bill's first one for the bright glare of noonday time in a hollow tree or under the :BECOME; BEE.$. ( J11t ;
a Spanish queen business enterprise and from further: sun and the other for their own, roof of a house or In some other ',1. ,1'
had already hired and swarmed her Investigation on his own part your hire's gloom;their eyes accommodatingly cavity and begin to build<< their honeycomb t" .t;:
*&d was wen started on the road to Joe to tell you the adjusting to serve the purposes there. But not wishing to lose '
Uncle presumes It is "As u the lira U severed la and the Intervals betwees jU
soon
the flower queens
the from I
win bring a hire honey drop
b w111 of the task upon which they are en- their honey we
little old Bin Brad- 'what he pea- prove '
Prosperity. For following
it under the drawn Into a first stomach, or honey- ..It begins to gin out tromFIts uader- their laying are to Insure eonpo. -i-
swarm
kj! is now one of the most successful Interesting facts concerning bees: '*;gaged. i I and holding the bough gently so that, the I bag, to be emptied later on Into the !lip a whittek>, stikso da Bade of tag Intervals in their hatcblag tot _i = ; !
ipiartsts of the country and probably "A. bee hire la a city 1.itself and "Francois Huber a blind naturalist bees shake will fall Into it, and cling to' wax cls In the hire prepared for 'I'two threads of lilt froed. together but one qmeea bee fray be In eve :. -r ibite. i
may _contain from IwentY thousand,' was the first to discover Its reception. when a bee wantsto and with this ft sytas) a eorertag or Jost before the first priaeeu : -1. t
sae of the largest shippers of honey ', the' sides as we turn It over on a :
thousand inhabitants. A many interesting facts concerningbees. round mad Is born the old mother .f1Euaway t'
to sixty linen, the stand make wax it hangs quietly for t cocoon an ItsetC. to It remains queen
to market. single queen rules over all. In this Huber' had started on' the piece of clean oa twenty-four hours and in that time I for about ten days mere. At with all of those Mljects which _
Is to be.
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"What about hit queen beerbroke city each citizen follows the laws study of the toilers In sweets when .where the the contents of the honey bag are absorbed last just tw-u-ou days after thee wtah to aceomMny. and establishes i I'
In Elsie going out when it is time to go,out, his sight fane He had others construct "Before fire minutes are over the and digested by the bee's second -' was laid the young'bee is quit a new home or tire. Just before the f
hours and an inner glass hive with bees have begun to disperse and to second is born the new RI.I'J
"WeU.A1d "If coming home at proper an stomach and pass into tae eight perfect and begins,to set, bet way prtotm '
Uncle Joe youVant when It Is his or outer common covering which could make arrangements in their new the files away In tke same manner. 8r
staying at home little.poeketr in; ,.the, rorm'of wag.'Asiast'a through cocoon and waxes 114. ,
to know .about it. I'll tell you.And her duty. In the winter time havIng be lifted at will. When the"covering home. The drones. ,. or male bees, and scrambles out or her celL After other swarms may lean the l'eraJ r,
tills 1stflacle no fires to' warm-them the bees was lifted he was told of what the which are larger and of a darker ; the eggs are depositedIn twenty-four hors attention,from tie hire, but hen there are no more r'
cling'' together IIL.a bunch Just the bees inside were doing. Glass slides,I color than the rest. do, no work, depending the cells prepared. for them they nursing bee she It ready to go to bees d lroui of Having, the remaining 'f'1 -. K!r
: 1 oe'. Story of the Queen Bee. sameas children cuddle. such as are employed in some modern: on the others to wait on them are taken la charge by what are work with the rat. young priaowMC are stung to 1. }
"It was several weeks before I got might Just because hires, hinder rather than help bee 1 and feed them. The queen bee It called the nursing bees. In two or I death in their cells by the latest Ii :
"On suppose has body ,each egg has become aUnT "After an the worker-etas are laid is I ;
meantime culture Bees object'to too much blackest of alUand a longer three days tueen. And it not long after ma- ":
over to Bill'sand in the one single queen rues over so manTohaTinl light being cast,on their private doings and shorter wings. She is the mother maggot or larva,. and the nursing the queen bee Begins to lay in some ill the drones are put ,to death by :
to had taken the'honer from the wild v> many subjects to work for Into its cell a mixture rather larger gaud,. agzs-xress ,w&Ua .s
and.often put .
I she'would do and will quit a hive If too.:frequently of the hive lays u high bees the worksTMtortheir day of nsefal "
hive we had locatedWith the pro- her and wait,upon her. disturbed."Take M two hundred eggs a day In the of pollen and,honey which they bare drones, or male bees, will grow up BM to orr. DTOSM bare no stings t !;r.
nothing but amuse herself. On the which the worker bees hare In their own mouths t1uamakinI' In about twenty days. IteanwkUe tbe cannot defend themselves. ; j s.: S. r
seeds of that combined with what head contrary .she. too, obeys the laws a :May morning, about.10 wax cells prepared -kind of sweet bath la which worker bees ha""hfl.mg en and, t'
laved up before, he had sent for laid down for her guidance, and o'clock; go into the apple'orchard' of built for that purpose. a lies. In five or six days the the edge of the cones some very "Only the young bees, boB late is t !
a Spanish queen bee. Of course you nirer. except on one or two state occasions a farm ,wheron bees .are cared for; "The wax cells of the honey comb the larva grows to'fat upon this that It curious: cells which took Ilk thimbles the season, lire oa till the nut year ; '; 't" :
out of the city but and if fortunate constructed of material made by larva to work in tie spriag. The 1.-
know he didn't hare to send all the goes you are enough to are nearly fills up the cell and then the hangtag.wlta tae open .ue".p- qaeea II
**7 to works u hard.as the rest In performing find a swarm you will see a black the worker bee Itself. Mashes has seal the mouth of the Bell wards and about every three daysthe bee lives longer probably about two i ,'=
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in Spain. Spanish bees are of her own royal dada object which looks very much like a eight little wax pockets under.her bees thin cover of. wax*made ,of queen stops in layingdronrem years, and then the, too, dies, after : r j j.assts 1
breeding America and their purity its 'The gates of the bee,city or hire, large plum,pudding very likely hanging abdomen which_ fill -up througM'. a with a with ft tiny bob b* tae and goes to put anc in one of theseoen& baring had a family of naatbeo* .j
strain is preserved in all in the bee's little rings. '
digestion second '. ;
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\\ The aches and pains of Rheumatism,are only symptoms which maybe

I scattered or relieved with hnimentf,.plasters, blisters,etc., or quieted

z 2E7Rm Q'D7" 11F,1 911 P/C7YliFFS zV nrr iiiii inis-wi I with opiates. As soon as the treatment is left off, however or there is any

OhVErf Mao wr )fW tx :xposure to dampness, or an attack of indigestion, the nagging pains, sors
.9)L Ba.ear r /d 17fGZ CZJAoc 7c 1L/irpkyY/9; t muscles and tender places on the flesh return, and the sufferer finds that hs
r,has merely checked symptoms< ,while the real cause remains in the system

.. The cause of Rheumatism is a too acid condition o| the: blood,brought on by

From Harry Lafaway. .rid estion, chronic constipation, weak Kidneys :and a general Sluggish:
.... asiswsruRz9Fn'.aat' condition of the system. Waste matter collects In the system each day

(Hurry: Harry)J., : r s,, which nature intends shall be carried off; but ,when it is left because of a
;vcN II iS condition of the system it sours and forms unc and other aclThese .
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Afll are taken up.by the"blood and earned to all parts of the body to produce
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Deosr t Los Angeles CaLD OU and aches Rheumatism. S. s. S. cures Rheumatism by
b ar Cousin Charlie Say I Calif ornakr ri yr u the pains! of goia->
da+ t -
) /C/YCE blood and out the cause and making this life
a fine place, but YOU'can't never go YFR down into the driving strean
s.:ti.noexcept- on roller s-iates..' It don ot ,w rFti rich, pure and healthy. When the blood has been purified and built up bv
$L- get cod here. Whys the fiosrars t blooia S. S. S. the pains and aches pass away, the muscles become soft and elast
at Christinas same c.s they do: ,In Mar: and Rheumatism driven from the system. Book on Rheumatism and me&:
at. home. cal advice fr.1TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.
We first went to San Francis o. They
say It ain't much like It used to be before -'. rw
the .Earthquake. Gee I That must -- -
s hare been P rce Tgith the louses'&h2Mng-:
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right ever your .head
My! YO,ought" to see the big trees
out .here. Some of them are three huiJred -
l"Z feet high tnd ..mt'asuone: luim'red! I NEW CITY MAIIE
feet around. One of them has a hole y :

cut thro-sir", big -eii'ongh- to drive, a
wagon through. = ..
I like Southern Call'ore.a; tin best, "

+ rY thougo; cause there :where;; most Of :.;.
the oranges grow lly goodness* Ydu Z: '
can get a whole basket full for a' dhnVp *.
\ went out to a, fcls orange..grove.and The New City Grocery Go's New Meat
watched them pick oranges: Say Did

zo.xzo..2lB' a1CO :Z .TO s4zf-' look you like ever oranges eat any only grape b'gger fruit and T taste hey<<, 2lrz 2770, D.ozY U..LTZ,=Q.A.L T M Market will i open for the season ,

: fine a sour orange with quinine sprinkled

over it.Well... Mama and Mrs Dean got to i TOMORROW! 2

: talking: about them one day >an3: sent R "
Dorothy and lout to get some. We j :pA1" / n
couldn't find any at the store aird I' \ With a full line of choice Western Meats. We will 2
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didn't want them to be disappointed.'so so ? handle the best meat that money can buy and we ;
we got some'' big oranges and come by : .
OQ the drug store and got some quinine. .. ; .. .;.... "Jf expect to sell a lot of it. Beef Mutton Pork, Veal, 3

When we got home w&. tQk'the nvunlne -! t" .N.':f J Sausages, Liver Pig's Feet Tongue Tripe} Frankfurter '
and dissolved it in -JJJ. :
water Then cut the .
TurN
oranges half in two and poured ttef'.ulnlne r--\--- l" '" ( J J G Bologna Sausages, etc.. Also Chickens, .

over them. Then sprinkled them ... : 4 V ... keys, ,Geese, Eggs Etc. ;
with sugar. Gee they were awfuLVe J ,. / h.4..(,. n :;
took; them in on plates and Mrs. Dean ", I. \ -;. .
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aid what nice children we W9re; : Well;: I _*
they! started to eat the oranges, and I %* ""- i OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT f
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noticed they all comnenced'to..iOo"* kindf %: I gf H
f funny bet they were game, ,all ,tight, *
untJ Papa got a big chunK .of ;-q.Uirne must be seen to be appreciated. We claim to have H
that hadn't quite dissol>ed.- Ke granted \ \ & -;\\' Lath-room.his mouth and made a line for the the'most up-tp-dete, best arranged and*most complete H
I he
the
guess saw bottle
.. '" of quinine 'out there that Ue had forgotten '' N' grocery in the city of Pensacola-Bar'None H
to hide cause when he came
't"uck there was a new light inhis eyesaid \f' m Price? Why'should we, not sell cheaper than H
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0) J'J guessed I would go out and play
but he beat jre t Mention what he did to me, but Oiarlf:
4 1 G42 r2BLaze ,hen papa and 1 are in the same room 2 -'
Tt3Lr ayl Did you know palm leaf fans .12r'trzGL' :
mG".2SlEs'Z
I grow on trees* They do. ,I saw the / ozur1ZL 721C H
.: ,524TE. 2CSz-azr224. trees We they leave grow for on.New Orleans to-r'ght., o. 2.,_.. The New City .Grocery Co. I

Win write you from there. Your owism, M **
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IIARRY LAFAWAY.in :

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

I Give a ,Silver Dollar.' Corner 10th Avenue and 14th Street "
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i The Boy or Girl Whose Answer Is Drawn Second Will.Be Given; Box of H YJer's Candy When Called For at D'Alemberte's.Pharmacy. "S:. m. "S. ," Rt



and made Harry's trip to Yellowstone -I I correct answers Mary Alice Jer I The duty on that: shawl would amountto < I $ $$

DOLLAR TAKES A Ai Ai Park seems very interesting before -l,nigan Pine Barren; Mary Sourer SMUGGLING.,. a goof deaL Bat then why should DIAMONDS.. 'WATCHES, JEWELRY, t
they finished with It. Really!;Escambia; Mary Williams Freeport; he pay it? The shawl must be gotten
some of the little puzziers saw things !Ethel Wilkerson, city; Milton Wood through somehow. Now, If It Just = .CLOCKS PRECIOUS STON33, BRONZSH J
WORKED 2 WAYS
which even. Harry himself failed to "
LappIngton Mobile, Ala.; Adelaide : could go as."personal apparel- '
see. Yniestra city; Oscar' Daves, Century; Just then Mrs. Howard, the fascinating HEELING SILVERWARE, .; |
i Yellowstone Park is a grand place, Ethel Gilmore, city? Clara Reinhardt, widow who sat opposite him GOODS
TRIP OUT OF and perhaps some of the membersof city;, Nellie McConnell, Escambia; DASHING WIDOW NEATLY WOP.K-H at the din ng table, stepped out on i ART POTTERY, OPTICAL |i
the puzzle have visited It :
it. Dennis
army
Eagan, Nashville, Tenn.; the deck where he was standing, anda CUT GLASSWARE., |
Is a place set aside by the govern Elizabeth Aiken, c *v; Marion Baker, i ED AN EASY MAN FOR iI thought struck him. Mrs Howard .
ment for .a public pleasure ground city; Max J. Heinberg Jr. city; C. J. was evidently a wonfan of the world
and is very large having an area of Heinberg city: Mac Hodgkins city; I LACE SHAWL and knew a thing or two, he told him- I I
TOWN lovely about 3,575 In square'' miles. It is* a Alice Louise Roch city; Viola Roch self. She was the one to help him. i| Engraving and Fine Stationery. |
place summer having an altitude city; Willie Glackmeyer, city; Lloyd I ,He unburdened his mind to her about '
The of beautiful from' 6,000 to 12,000 feet. Blumer, city; Lettie Martin, city; Allen is known air/sag.iis acqu'ln'l that shawl, and Mrs. Howard listened -
Yellowstone Lake Tony S. Johnson, city; Harvey Bay- *
tances as a "wise guy; Its sympathetically Would she wear ,It
has an altitlde of about 7,780 feet. liss, city; Edward Bernstein, city; I that there a Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention I
The editor philosophy always way I through the,customs office a3 personal ; ><*
puzzle wishes
that
she Loneta
First Prize Won By Miss owned a private car and could take Harris, city; Elmlre : around. If' there are rules, Allan .always apparel just as a favor between I
all the city; Bennie Bernstein, city; HarriS'1: finds a way to break them. If I friends Why, of course. Certainly: -
puzzle
Jeraigan of Pine army out there on a Bernstein city; Ethel Bayliss there ar laws, Allen finds a way to' there was no use in paying duty when t
trip next
summer. Wouldn't. it be"great a Sadie J. Holsen, city; It evade them always, of course, with I'I'I I matter could i E. Zadek Co.
trip? Henrickson, cit>;, Anna_ >5. Henrick-!\I entlra ; himself.. the be avenged: so easily | ., Jewelry: :
Barren.BOX The puzzlers were right In saying son, city Genevieve' Erickson, safety to 1. ; .
that the park was Wyoming, but Annie ; city; Allen took a trip abroad during the,I Allen felt better. Fine woman that ; MOBILE, ALA :
Mooney,'city Freddie Kuester,
it also Includes a small portion of city; Ernestine Pfeiffer; -city Jack. summer, and while on the other side i Mrs. Howard. Not a bad looker, ts Ic :>giWfE & i iF13FIi 1F". FrY 'Jl"+Y 'Ih1FHF":h'iYdiv
Montana l' ; : ran,upon a bargain, the shape of a i.I either; something quite fascinatng
Suggs, city
OF CANDY AWARDED TO I "Geysers," are what the wonderful Fla.; Minnie; Sammie'Colley. ,Olive Stewart.,' Fla.Milton; :Joe, i lace shawl, which he obtained at a. about her, In fact. JIe would look ..................................................
MARY'SOUDER. springs in the ,, figure! .greatly below ,Its real value., i I her up some timer at that Riverside
MISS OF ES- i park are called, and Loida, St. Louis, Ma; Henry C, .i
they outnumber those of all the He took great pride to himself in coa Drive address which: she gave.,
rest
Weatherly Blackman Fla Joe !
CAMBIA-HARRY'S TRIP PROVED of the world put'together. There are Jr. Bagdad; Minerva Jones; ,. Escam Grey I sequence of the deal and derived a'''I The boat docked early next morn- I Beautiful Examples of Modern I
thousands of them and they spout bia; Llla Thompson Walker, I great deal af flattering comfort out i: },Ing; ; and Mrs. Howard tripped down
INTERESTING TO THE JOUR Corinth of the thought of what hs! girl would the the beautiful I
gangplank
up many feet into,the air. MIss.; Violent Hoffman ,city; Effie I I ;, wearing
NAL'S PUZZLE ARMY. This weeks'puzzles are also interesting Suggs, city/! Elmire Bell city; Stella I say when he presented her with the i lace shawl thrown gracefully about Styles In Furniture i
aiK. are" easy to solve. Touart city; Preston 1C Woodham, I flimsy affair, at which time ha would j her shoulders. After the few preliminaries \
Correct casually let drop a remark as to at the pier Allen gallantly
Answers.
Sanford, Ala.; Katie M Hartman, .
'. The correct answers;: to last weeks Louise I what it was worth. :Ii offered to escort her to a cab. At the :
city Lamar,
The "slippery old dollar" this week ; Quinoy, Fla.; Z For room in the house can be the
; puzzles -are as. follows: I Agnes Whiting Henderson: Os As the steamer began to draw near cab door he stopped and smilinglysaid every seen on j
city
has decided to take an out of town No. 1.Wyoming cella Gardner, city; Came Belle Cobb; I New York oa tee return trip Allen! : floors of our big double store room' -upstairs and) :
i trip and goes to Miss :Mary Alice 1'0.Chyenne.. I I began to think of the customs officers. I II "Now, 111 relieve you of that
Jernigan, of Pine Barren Fla.. The No. 3.-Geyser. Bagdad, Fla.; Ralph Finch,, city;I : down. Our collection embraces not only wonder- *

this box of week Huylers and will will be also the go propertyof abroad jvo No. :,4 5..--Bears.Canyon.,. I Bagdad Everette,. Fla.JUce; ,Lizzie city; Richardson Charlie_ Olsen, ,.! I-A,-. '9 ly.wrap.Real1y!" returned. the widow, gay-- i ful variety! of medium-priced-goods! but many of the *.
rianna, Fla. Norris K. Levis
Fla.Miss Mary Souder, of Escambla, No. '6.Pine.No. ,I shore; Ella ;Bell, city; Carl Ma'i "Yes," said Allen, 'and I must richest pieces that .have been produced this season t

7Trout. I city; Gladys .Vaughn, Century, thank you for getting it through ..o i' Bedroom suits from $20, to $150; parlor suits to *
t The puzzle army again won out, The following :girls ana boys sentSunday' 'Essie Davis. Century, Fla. Sadie Mel {I gracefully. I am very' greatly obllg-
Trythe tJew'lightHouse $75 and $100; chairs from>> 75 cents to $4.50 mattings *
lon, city; Clara ,Stokes, city; Minnie t ed" g ; ; ,
Barbare, city; Louis Witkovski. city; I 'Oh, dont'mention' it," said the : 25, 30 and 35 cents laid free. J
Morning, October 281906. Charlie Brown, city; Clara Geri city; I:widow, gathering up her skirts. "Its )
'
yL1ZZLE Ferol Walker city; La: ileine Johnson been more of a pleasure than a trouble J
city Belle Murphy, city; Virginia I've become quite attached: toj III BUY NOW PAY LATER. !
Walker, city;, Ed Swains, city; W it," She ended as she stepped inside.1 <*
? ; ANSWER COUPON M Johnson, city; Arthur Johnson, Allen began to feel chilly. He an- .
city; Lucy Swame. city;' Hal Laney,I swered with not quite so genial a ... ..
city; Barbara Boardman;, city\ ; smile., "W ll. I guess 111 take the
.uswrs Must 10 Written on This Coupon Ilut. Nt Those' who had one mistake eachon Bread wrap now, please" i. MA TON' & o
Attentiou Will 10 'a.l4 Thosa Not Written Ou IL NtbcepOID their coupons are:' EvangelinaBonlfay I "Oh, no," replied 'the widow. "I QUINA +

to this.lule.My McDavid, Fla.; Jewel Booth, like it so much rye deeded! to keep .
St Andrews, Fla.; Arthur Robinson. lit! Dly e1f." :. 108x110 S.PalafoxSt; Phone 149." Pensacola, Fla. *
answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day tit as follows: city; Mabel Robinson, city. "Give me that shawl or 111 have : .

.t. The puzzle army welcomes 'a new This bread is made by you arrested!" said Allen, suddenly .......... '.............t..e................ .1.
member from Freeport who'sends In losing..all his gayety.
Hn.,1 a correct answer and the 'following our new special pro- "And be. arrested yourself t for --- !

t ".,' little note cess. It retains its smuggling. inquired the widow gen- BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Dear Editor-I am sending you laU,. "Run: along. now" like a'good
90..2 answers for puzzles for Oct. 28 freshness longer than w. T;: BEDWELL PRES. AND MANAGER.
and little boy. Come to"see ,
up "me some aU
Prepared to do electrical repairing on short notice. phone 370 and a
-,4 -' hope they are correct'' as this is the any other bread. It is time.. Tata!" representative will calL W. T. Bldwell. President and Manager King 2 i S, BaylI en
.I e :first time I have solved tnem. Yours 1 And while Allen stood speechless, street.
No. S 0 very truly, Mary Williams. desperately racking his brain for an

t J'No. Several answers to the puzzles f ,Home Made Bread idea that would help him out, she ............. ........ ... ............................t
October 21 were received which were gave the word, the door banged to, ; .
." correct but which came, too' late.
----- and the cab started briskly o
away.
.. The puzzle army must remember, made'in'a bakery. Thee "11th ragein ,no wise relieved by
to get their puzzle answers to Th You Can Meal
knowledge that he'
had been neatly
Prepare
a
j loaves and I !
No. S"P
Journal office before midnight Thurs- are square caught In a tap of his own ar
day or they will be too late for the every loaf is 'labeled. rangement, Allen made a mad sash 1

.drawing for a city directory to see if there 1 o
xt No.6) :' -: New Show Cases. Try it. 'was, such an address on Riverside i o quicker, at I less_ cost and 'in a more convenient lI1d l :

', ... .... ":._w.fie. 7 .. TJ. Gerson is in receipt a set of. Drive There.'.as wasn't.-New the widow :gave.York Press ;.; cleanly. way ,on a I :
t 1 new show cases which will be used In

t .his magnificent will be jewelry formally- 'department'which opened to Napoleon Bonapart. I : GAS RANGE !

t' No. J morrow. These cases are beauties PFEIFFER'SSTEAM showed at the battle of Austerlitz, he
I and adds a great deal to,the beautiful was the greatest Leader In the worldBallard's ;
:store. Snow Liniment has shown I: th.an.by any other method known. $12.00 or $13.00
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llNape the public it Is the best Liniment in will install in
kitchen for use. J
ready
I Skating Rink Opens Monday.' BAKERYPhone the world. yA ,quick cure for Rheumatism j_ range. :.your. o
Street NO L i F. B. Bruce's skating rink 'will b e Sprains Burns Cuts, etc A C.'

.. = i opened tomorrow night at the new Pitts,.Rodessa La., says: "I used Bal- | Pensacola ,- I
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< f 5. ''I'' skating rink, over, the 'NeW' Method 365. lard's Snow Liniment, In my family Company
a this this !Laundry, on west Romanna street. and find it unexcelled for 'sore. chest,
oI :
Answers must be and
t to wee r s puzzle coupon : ; 148. 24 E. Garden Street. J
and
\ A full brass band will to lo t'A headache: ,'corns, in fact anything that' .Ihone. 27
t J! beat' t ills date. <; ; _.. f I ante and 'a good time f!' a*!nrH ,"' "'.1t, AMAAA:-:","pA., ,'" ..... w i.n.I A r.nh 1 hr p li...i..t"a" -:;' CAAA.4/U.AAAAAMSA* .i"-. *AA"! '- *bAAA.AAA..AAA., ._ A_ .
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. '' Silk Waist, Specials.Light r:.. : The Early Buyer Catches the Bargain > '' Lace Curt a ns. ti ;

bltie, wjiite, black Taffetvpraited'tucked. '". I .. -, ,
r; Long, semi-sleeved. .- : .. <'.<. ,: ,, ;, Fifty,clever_. : styles and desi shown-tomar-/ 1 ,.. .: :

$5.00 Value for .. -' : 1 : Patent I lace.curtain lf i
J'I $3.50 velousadvantage. .. pri our exhibitor. '
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. Panel-tiny tucks down front, full sleeves J 5 .' Jjpttingham, Point de Esprit, Arabian, '; ,
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tucked cuffs and$8.00 stocks.Value-for $5.00.' W; J.: &t'B"; FO'RB' ;E 8, Irish. Point, Tambour prices from. "x -t' i i i <,

$ .50.to $10.00 the Pair., # : '
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E SALE.'Pensacola's Big Department'Store. V
REMEMBER MONDAY'S DRESS 6DQDS SAliyOKOAY.- ,,1 if .

Hosiery.Onyx Millinery.i J'1 .


-Celebrated- :brand'T 0 create- and jealously guard our reputation for absolute squareness- in The' Forbes Store announces t :

for women and children x ;

from the famous store of', ', every' '' -an. -act10nrue_ ,or big, .has been our object The, rather' rap1 growth- the justly itself as celebrated sole ,agents"Gage"streethat for "t, J'i/ .

Lord & Taylor, New York of business that we.have Cleverest conceits : t 1

Black Cat-A brand that our- is proof positive attained; ,our desire We' show., favorable fashions. I. f


needs by itself.no comment'Perfect Hosie; in a class for 3 recognition of 'the. importance of' women. "in the buying of everyday wants by Millinery.us means much J II

: -\Ve lead this line investigate
all. makingours ore- and its arrangements "in every respect such as w ill :appeal 1 ,to the In reason. !'j":t i: ..


; her Ladies looking for the place where they .
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3 ; :. t : the best and most for. their money sliould visit the '..
Read y- o ear.-; 0- Carpet Department ::f_ .

1\-. :" '!. FORBES STORE Just a few specials mentioned : ; : ::7. ; ,


below do ? .<:. VE -
to
not
they appeal
you Art Squares, 9x12-new line-pro-Brussels ;
Coats of Tan-covert Paddock-back light fitting
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for$12.00. i
yalued at $12.50, to be sold for $10.50. 'If
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F- Monday f Dress Goods Sale. Axminster: 9x12 Rugs, oriental design, floral ;'l!:1 1 1I

'e. pattern; high' pile, never sold 1 less than $40, our i K; [l'

Coats of plaid cloth in various styles of cut price $30. *" V: "' "";; i :
Nowhere can be seen such an_exclusive lot l of high-grade Dress ,.. J1; '

and trimming. Usually sold at $4 remarkable
Goods as we, now exhibit No room to tell the whole story j '

value for $2.50. : *> 150' Smyrna, Rugs, 20x60, regular price $2.50, ; r ;
but the following installments will interest listen !
you- to be sold at $2. I. ; {
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Velvet collared plaid coats of elegant I design 100 Velvet Rugs, perfect patterns, $2 value. : : "
... alines-handsome newPlaIdsfine cloths neat Trecors of remarkable .
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I No More than 2 to a customer at, each, $L49. : 1// '
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and superb workmanship Regular rice,$8, but I :
value
goods at designs ; ,
reduced to $5.75. i -, ,, ,x* 1* ,
; 'J $1,1.25 and$1.50.; ,15c,, 35c. and: 50c. Regular 35c for 25c. : ?!
;--: 100 Axminster Oriental carpet patterns, 30x- t 1
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: *> M 4-T .* ; 60. Special sale price $2.50. t J M

Skirt specials in and blacks cloths and : J
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grays Chiffon BroadclotKs.. .", .. ') Panamas All 1 wool ,all }

Venetians., Nobby garments of : aranteed all new shadings. shades at. Couch Covers' Oriental Bagdad stripes at '' .

make valued at '$8 selling .for$5.00. $2.75 to $7.50. .
we are
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$2.CO value for $1.50. i* 5ac. 75c:and $1.00..

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,Mr. Patterson being last on the program woman-a.native of-Canada, who has the. delight- ofAhe x? Pensacola v children.m : hard tough native beet. t
E.NELLIE *, declined to keep his eager auditors -I resided: ;ln Penver len than five As for me -well.. It is certainly beautiful NEW MARKET, I I This market is absolutely' clean and THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO :/;; |
BECK : and tomy great :.disappoint,Sears attracted my attention the other viewed from "a comfortably is in .coarge pt a' competent meat, II :
I ment, did net enter into'a' discussion: day by saying In a discussion:' "All heated house.y But., I'm dubious about WILL OPENEDNEW cutter. It will handle everytnlng that APALACHICOLA FLA. : j
of the absorbing questions which 1 life in its broadest sense, is activity the pleasure of "face washing and a market can constantly handle in }
had hoped to heal; him eluciate. I from within, sustrined by food from having noW''down my back" which I meat, specialties vegetables poultry, Manufacturers of )
f:4 Last evening hundreds of Democrats without"-and,- later when a prominent are part of the -lun." II i
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WRITES OFDENVER of all parties' and all condi politcian: asked her 'If she had By the way,' ft Is said confidentially CITY GROCERY COMPANYTO etc.The 'New City Grocery Co., has recently Cypress Shingles. '
tions! : "weref 'greatly 'disappointed at I registered, she' said her reply had that one of-our "Pensacola boys" I changed hands and is now
missing Mr. Bryan who had been been: will soon go back to the old home and OPEN MEAT MARKET owned by tAe Pryor Brothers who are J
widely advertised to speak In the told him that when I married bring his brla(Vtb''Dennr. "But 'for determined to stake their success. on %- x 4x 18" f t<
Coliseum at 8 o'clock but, owing to I 1'1( my personal honor in goodness sake"dont say I told faa." TO-MORROW. the qick and small profit plan I % x B-'.x 18"- I}. .;.; (
a combination cf circumstances, in i, my husband's -keeping surely How we aIr'sympathize! with the \ } Cypress Tanks of a'l Descriptions. <
eluding late trains his plans were I could trust him to guardmy snffererg.from.'Jhe 'storm and .how. Julius Caesar. Write for Catalogue and Price List. i' i
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Changed and !the addressed! a great country. "But," sad she, after eagerly yet fearfully we watched for The New City Grocery Ca's new was a man of nerve-but sickness left : ; Ifr.
crowd that had gathered at the union'! a thoughtful pause "that was some The Journal, :day after day sure that market will open to-morrow. its mark and ho became aged before ,
(Continued From Page ,9.) station: to welcome his 'arrival and I; t'me ago. Soon after when an effort noth'ng short of annihilation would t This Information will >come In the his Uxae. Sickness la often caustd< -r.
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I then hurried on to fill other engage- was made to open a saloon near our prevent a single? issue. And when shape of a welcome by the people of by a torpid liver. JIetWue"w regulate <
raat evidenced the gravity of their ments. It was an intense disappoint ., ftjwly' completed h&me, I began to for the first time, the Very.issue. that East Hill who> have 'had trouble here your liver and give you health.
Wood
ciperiencs heretofore.The inejrt to those who did not learn.. of sink very .seriously.about' my responsibility would tell us the facts failed to come tofore In getting meat on time and MTB. Cirri Austin Mohanaa.es, Coal and :
oratory of the evening was all his departure until they reached the : in ,the matter, concerning my .on time anxiety became almost nnin in getting goody' meat. write: "I consider Herblae' the beet ,
the more impressive from the fact Coliseum.. little son. After a, night of anxious durableand I' felt on almost Irres'stable'lmpuls's The New City Grocery Co., will handle medicine I ever heard of I ara Bevel1 n : Y
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that not a single speaker made a good Feminine Politics. I reasoning with myself. I went fo my I. to leave at once; to offer western meat, in fact, they, have without It"The We deliver Ice Coat Charcoal &Dei"i'
beginning. They all started lamely I am a deeply interested spectator husband oa election morning before, my puny help to any who had suf- already placed a standing order with I I .- Wood anywhere In the city. We can .
but as they forgot themselves and of practical fem;jilne 'politics as they separating for.thedayandsaid: 'Dear fertd but especially to "The 'Journal the local packers for the best that, Pride of P.n acoUu Bupptr you In any quantity' and our ,-
//entered into the needs of the times in Denver, but as ''yet'see no : if you will So to the -polls today and j I family." Those loyal able men and money can. buy. They will cater to The Crystal Drug Store 11 really the service Is always prompt.
and of their hearers; as they dilated real appear reason to change my views i.f vote against! tha saloon I will go boys with whom have been so pleasantly no particular1 clasS: but to all classes. pride of Pensacola. Straacen art all Steam and Domestic Coal. .
upon the wrongs of the past and the w'th you and vote, too. He almost i associated for four years past, If you want a nice juicy roast, or very favorably Impressed with that Wood Cut Size. '
thought admit that I am frequentlymade Any
threatcnlngs of the present, they fell off his chair. You vote?' he i I and for whom I'have'' an affectionate large thick steak or a Big fat turkey beautiful store which has been justly
thesubject
think
to gravely
woke up and made the great hall very on cried In astonishment. Why what'sup j! that time cannot'weaken nor you ,will be accommodated and you named the pride of Focaacofa. TM3
election Is over respect .
After the E. G.
ring with Impassioned eloquence. sweetheart, that you are willing ,, will be furnished with tne best tfa, t drug store handles .U1 artlal dr r' SEWALL, SPhones
Teller Presided I will give The Journal my impressIons to mingle with that: mob of rough distance destroy. Edition. can be had in this section of the coun- Used In this payer. I II '
and each reader can accept them I I i Housewarming 814-33. 2$ N. Tarragona at.- t;
Senator Teller presided with the worth.When men round the polls where no self-! What a treasure my ,copy of that try. 'If on the 'other'hand. rou'can.t MEETING NOTtCS.Puwacote .
easy dignity of the great man among for whit they,are !" rosppctln: ? woman woull venture?* I magnificent! "Housewarming M' ian" afford a, large piece of'meat, +feese'I t tSCARRI'IT
asked "do vote a very
TLopeeeanrauQleatten
Dome friends of whose confidence he you quoting my cff'repea'ed assertion. Irjild Valued before for its great people propose to give you as small a A. M- \ '
Is sure. But the great event of the brilliant and attractive young Southern him of the struggle I bad had' became substantial evidenc'a piece"as you require but of the same: Thursday N.ve t, at Tfa 0I' MORENO
I had looked woman replied "Certa'nly.! It is intrinsic worth as the the richer neighbor, Visiting brethren fraternally #in SAFES OF ALL DESCftUNIONS.. .
from
evening the one to wrich and explained the situation: my in Pensa quality as that'of vlted. MTlOLOMoH, ',
forward with'special, pleasure. a duty that has been thrust upon me, new point of view._ We went to the I I : of general splendid progress leadersh p of and at the same price that you have I' T. E. Harvey, loatutary.w. Agent for DlebeNlSife Canton. Ohio.and LM 0.- f
I discharge cola under the
but the less a duty and I ..
was the speech of ex.Senator 'Patter. none polls together and voted aga'nst a saloon genius and ,com- been paying the corner butcher for Id. Office and le'rMlnE.. Cev. at ,'
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combined
best of ability, i newspaper
it to the
son of the Rocky Mountain News and polls' my ." in our neighborhood' and whenwe cfeon business sense, it at ones became .. .. _. --.J
time the open.A
the Denver Times. But, be'ng a newspaper every are learned the size of the majority : value a souvenir of I =- --
refined feminine of rarer as
bright and
therefore considerate, very that .
and
man that defeated it, rejoiced our the individuals whofamU'arly. -
of
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... .. A Soutt-ern Woman. had; put-not mere}' .
I have recently met a charming!Hina-; and ,I I i their mental ab'llty, but the bee b f
intellectual woman Mrs. Laura
of both. head and heart--
RICHARD HUD. _N UT'S'. : dale that formerly popular of bishop Biloxi:of Mississippi and sisterof 1. honer qualities employer, ambition to reader, loyalty and to advertiser,self and,. MIRIER :

r the tate Hush Miller: -Thompson- of real information -
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TOILET ARTICLES AND EXTRACTSAre of York lire.literary,Churchman.Hlnsdale.has work in New done Orleans a great deal and :1.itistically I printed.'Sentimental mad ? *Of np course and'' flawlessly It mad ( r y S' HEAT IS -OFTEN HARD"ON IS {

will be more read'Iy recalled especially
i sentimental and I don't care who
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in Biloxi as Mrs. Robert Gra
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ham. She and her parents. Dr. and ONE'S
VITALITY
before The Journal's
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delightfully agreeable this season. Mrs. Thompson were closely asso- s'ght home, brought tears to my ..
Every lady should 'have them in. her ciated wi Davis'h Presidentand and Miss "' 'nnie.Mrs. who Jefferson 1 eyes as new I recalled the press d apatch. t

dresser. We also sell Mulhen's '4711 were with them in many sorrows, that said "It 13 rumored that destroyed Pens;" ,
and Soaps Extracts and mutual tastes and sympathiesdrew cola bas been practical desolated
Heubigant's
Cologne j thought of the probably Undersuch circumstances
them into a rare friendship.Mrs. t recal'ea the body needs nutri-
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Coudray's Extracts, Soaps, Face Hinsdale Is the 1'terary critic! homes it representedand
received needs
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.had tion badly and in
such
the kindly courtesies form as imposes
Extra t and book reviewer for the News and
Powders Piver's
I and Sachet of with
the
member group
the least
tax
the Times, and is particularly noted from every : upon the digestion.
and Sachet Powders, Lubin's Extracts, for her literary acumen and for herfairnes.s whom I had come in contact. '
Roger and Gallet's _Sachet and Face to bur'"v'ctims-: have not I.i And with: what Issues sincerely were thankfulI finally Gent beer meets these conditions perfectly, It is heavy .
seen her since the death of Mrs. Davis I 1 the missing with malt extract in liquid form (a form to digest
Powder and Soaps; Atkinson's Extracts, received together. And hOW gratefully easy )
which undoubtedly brings special .sorrow lea.rned'graiua1ly.. that, coin- and contains just enough alcohol ((31-2 percent.) insure .t r 45
to her and to her parents-who re- we
Extracts. '
Lautier's assimilation and is
fataUtteahad
but few therefore
1 side with her only a.few blocks from pared to our fears good for you.
f :,"IJensacola comer" resulted. local The hops are a nerving, quieting-the nerves, Banishing insomnia
We Have Filled. Over 200,000 Prescriptions Siqce Beginning Business A former Pensacola woman asked How proud we! are that ff f the art toI I and the pure water.quenches. thirst, refreshes and cleanses the system ._ r
her little son whether he wanted his pride and splayed staWlity W tie WP people? of waste. Gent beer is just what you need for the summer season. '
have been -
luncheon egg boiled friend or scram- 5
bled. He replied hesitatingly ?lwar.t generally, and how ftpectally preud .5 5 Drink it at home, and at all resorts L
a-a-a letter "A letter?" of The Journal which ha* been In "a -'
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that
W. A. D'Alemberte Tea. said s'x-years-old envel-: such general demand '
ope." He wanted an omelet, 1 the run of my oopte. S. t i iI '. The Wm. Gent'Brewing Co. 3'
The First Snow. j hear that when .Mr* John Hlg MashoilU, Tenn. -
The first snow ol the season fell pins w'fe of Lieut.. Hlndns
Druggist and Apothecary N last evening and I had the unique' ter u. S.'Ns returns frcmfher J .
pleasure of seeing cosmos and sweet brief visit to her parents. payma'J-j

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New ttrent Building. Phone 235., Coming Week 'one for to make pleasant: profit- his dead wife An*elopement of the The experience of twenty years proves it tObe, the best
I. theatre have be able ening.. ,1 coachman and the false heiress fol- Ready Roofing on the market. ., OAi
goers Put up in rolls 32 Inches wide and 40 feet 6 p c { .
them, this""week, a !splendid' :line, lows: and the road is cleared for the containing 108 square, feet, wrapped in heavhceafinirxri
Girl.J'Stsy, ;
of attractions. They at least, 'afford The. artist, and his pretty model. All in
I variation and there isf.:,enough The new four act" Patsy a' play the $-scored,"a' big, effect, sans grotesque characterization. -
of this to suit anybody.
Ibs.
3Ply 80 roll
SHois Monday's offering for the .afternoonand success at the' SaTO; Theatre, Ne'Yi Mr. Feigl goes in for realismin per corn plet.' ,
tr (ri1ICEFALL I night is Archie L. 'SHepard's York, wilropen an engagement at the; 'a quiet :way and has good sense of 2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll; complete. '

:Moving Pictures. Who, does not enjoy ,Pensacola opera house' on, ..Tuesday..comedy. ,June :Mathis, a leading 1-Ply, 60:Ibs. per roll, complete. i H
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such a 'performance, since ,it ,is night. woman' but known in Pensa-
I I both interesting and instructive; I It Is said that the;writer has constructed cola, }Js the Patsy, Francis Herblin is Samples and: Full Particulars,Free. BFI.
I On Tuesday night The. Girl Patsy"" a drama not with a moral the, artist and Morris Butt the old Also 8 ti 2 and 1-ply Tarred, Roofing Paper.Sheathing? and ,1 '
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is the, attraction. -This Is the, first I but a moral play The theme Is.judge. Insulating Paper: ---
,EVERYTHING that's new,.correct and time that this play has been present. taken from'a line .repeated in theplays ]I. -
I I and referring tai a winsome little .i "Human Hearts." Carolina Portland Cement Co.
ed here, and it is sure to make the ,
desirable_ i m- FALL FOOT WEAR. awaits you I i I same favorable impression here that I waif about' whom _the love Interest1 The forthcoming visit of "Human Atlanta Ga. .
I centers. at an exclusive summer resort will doubt be
i here.' it made elsewhere. < Hearts" no warmly
Y I "Human Hearts" is tile bill for near' New York. Patsy, a girl welcomed\ by the lovers of all that is
No matter what price :you wish to pay, Thursday night.. "Human Hearts la I I of delightful personality, poses .half good in melodrama.- "Human Hearts"is -
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unwillingly In woodland dells ,to a
I one of those plays that never grows beyond question, one of the strongest
be it $1.00 or be it $6.00or any of.the many old and although every one has seen young city artist. He comes to pro. and most interesting plays that iu.
it at time other, 1s fane,but stays to'worship., has ever visited our city.
some or it a play [
popular prices between, you'll find here !I that one always glad to'see again. I. This. sylvan love affair reaches The. author belongs to that all too C DeSILVA & COMPANY
reliable SHOES in the latest and correct Otis Skinner in "The Duel. will I other ears, of course, and as the small group of dramatists, who understand :
.. t artist has already'd a, fiiDCee'and! the
hold down the boards next, Saturday how to reach tae heart and. '
styles forMEN night This attraction Is sure to I day Is set for, the' wedding compllca hold,the attention of the audience. "
please. It is a great piece and has turns* ensue. A crafty man servant In '"Human Hearts" he has con- Are running
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gets hold of the sketchbook and again and,can take orders
cities
made a sensation in the larger structed a play that will never growold.
i WOMEN ; Here Is what the agents : I shows it to the dauhter of the house, .
press! say The principle theme of the play for
wish to special work. Our
Shepard's Moving Pictures. the girl the artist' does not is "Hope" and has not ome author stock'of lumber is
and the
BOYS Tomorrow afternoon and night a marry. But the plotters I written "Hope springs eternal la the
MISSESand
( special grand moving picture program I Ftencti maid overreach themselves.The I[I human breast sufficient_ tot all orders sent us.
sketches' lead to Patsy's recog- .
by Archie L. Shepard Moving iHope "
CHILDREN. nition as the true heiress I the one bright ray of sunshine -
Picture Co., will be given. Much need ; [ : lJ
'J' There Is' a big 5ee'neIn act third j that breaks through and illumes _
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hardly be said in praise of so well I
v in which the father as the old Judge! the clouds of despair that almost Phone JJT /
No words here known a form of entertainment except
expressed l can and | overwhelms poor. Tom Logan ,
impress .to give assurance that. the exceptional -sees the likeness between Patsy the : ,
"Hope" of a good.-pure woman'slovethe -- -
you half as well as a visit to-our: re.There's merits of this bill as, "Hope" of brighter :days- -p-
evinced In the superb choice and variety -
the "Hope" of an honest man unjustly
money-saving and more style of the subjects command special accused .,.......... ---- --
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attention. This polite form,of enter I v v v w V W W? .o..o...VVVVvW :
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and more wear for you m our kind of Shoes taiment furnishes opportunities : I.. be debited and, his good .name perhaps; tnore
than well wei meaniie of enlargement, in the t ", ., N' :74 t:restored. {\'! Southern Grown
1 any" you'll- other, field of,growth than any other methodand 0 I' The author has handled his subject Nursery Stock Po i
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kind.. possibilities in ;these are pictures exemplified-the Illimitable-to the : Real FOUR-PIT I ICOUrs '!shows consumate the true skill dramatic and ease instinct: that t True Natome.Budded *

:; Come and see for yours lf. fullest degree. A variety that cries I(The love Interest is all as 'absorbing. o A
et "Death to Monotony" is the- safe last !n the The comedy element is introduced Jn +, and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one t

guard of its popularity, arid with each Lion Brand :such a way that it becomes..relevant year Peach,. :Strawberry Roses Shade and OrnaI
Laundry. [to the | ,
new subject, the wonderment in- story and the: cnmaxes are,'
T : BOSTON SHOE STORE creases, for more. sweeping originality Collars are j worked' ,out: naturally and logically, j jI 'I.. mental Trees: of all kinds. Everything true to a J

: ,, startling genius of 'construction PLY. I "Human 'Hearts" will be seen here I name. ormone ,cheerfully ,refunded. Write for t
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discrimination
In 'cl olce and 'selection I I
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