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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 30, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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to Tragedy: Welt' Known Citizens of Santa.:;]Rosa L ,UNFfF TO BEV : -- III 1,1,

County-Affair Occurred < :. TAIN SIGNAL o 1 '.
Opposite Bay. Point ; :, "" :: : i
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Cars Ran Off Draw Bridge I Special: to'The Journal.Bagdad drew a pistol and Charles 'and C.: B. I, Sands of the Desert -,. After ..Inspection.A "f t
Oct : :
2LE. Helms shot Helms
took the
in Atlantic City Carrying .and killed his 'soninlawFred Barrow him. ''Barrow then weapon drew away his knife from Penalty Imposed : By I : : ? '

at Helms's MilC opposite Bay started at .
and Chas. '
All PassengersDown. Point late this evening.." B. Helms Helms..wh.elt.C., By Associated: Press.Thome ,rush across< the Court and Sentence.Suspended TELEGRAM. SENT ARCHITECT "-
fired
thrae shots at him : "Oct, 29.Withthe ', ', .. t t'
Barrow and Chas. Hefms,,. son of C. with his own, Barrow's Nevada nearest r USFELD
) pistol, and AT
MONTGOMERYr
E : : tring of a mighty blast of dynamite ,
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were having. trouble when Barrow killed him dead persona 60 Days: -
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from the of GranrPeak/the high- trampled
top on ASKING: HIM IF HE HAD AP. : 1
est point in the 'adjacent mountains, were .reported. ::

Cause of Wreck Has Not Yet : the Walter Lake Indian reservationwas Horses"'were" PROVED THE CEMENT ANO'r j 1 4j j
Heavy-Weight Championship : opened at noon today.At dropped and By AssociatetPress,. ,
Been Established.CORONER'S a given signal tie searchers for the deep sands. Ohio, Oct. 29.-'Tne-Standard: WORK BEING DONE BUT-NO RE. { .. ; :

gold hurried over, the boundary lines for' the signal : Company was ttvday" fined fire PLY RECEIVED. ; -
I Won by "unncr"Jini MoirBy and before the great"cloud smoke fore rushing dollars and costs' ot prosecu- : ,
JURY IS INVESTIGATING had drifted away the"spectacular'race found alLot the as a result, of the .trial, :com
of automobiles race hdrses and vehicles taken up by ; last week. The defense, was .
CASE-WRECKING CREW Associated forty days In which 'to file: a The charge by Mayor Chas H. ':: Jo. -
Press. So treat was the night
; was on. during-the '
AND DIVERS RECOVER BODIES London,. Oct $1,760.00 and -a !side bet of $2,000< took of execttons: and sentence was Bliss in an Interview in The Joncal f '! L LI
29..J'he. fight for the place to-night before'the national sixty 'days to give' the de-I Sunday morning that the cement '1 being > '\
AND RUESOME SCENES ARE heavy-weight championship. -England -sporting club. Moir'won In' ninth: an opportunity to file a. peti- used In the foundation of toe : ., -
WITNESSED DURING DAY. | between Jack' Palmer, of-.N w. inning on a foul., Moir forced. the CIIILDRtNOFMRS. in error. < -- I new, city hall had been damaged, bf :
castle fighting from the: first and the struggle water, had become eL- and -. S
,present bold>6f the title,,and and "
By Associated Press. "Gun was pretty even' until the ..final thus unfit for use,-resulted: 'la*a .peoial > -
Jim
er Moir. for ir'-purse of rounds. '
Atlantic City. N. J. Oct. 23.;'The to f C, meeting of the Board ot PttbBo -
tal imber of dead in theappalling: CHURCHILL A LETTER FROMDEPARTMENT Works 'yesterday morning at which 1
'I..JO on the electric train which that board proceeded to investigate < ,

Sunday! :1,' -rnooa loadeJ with passenger Tranquility::Prevails I the matter. The conclusion was that '. f
p.anged Into the waterway the board passed resolution} to the f
leparat'ng[ : this city from mainland, is Boy and Girl Are Missing ;as is Also ; effect that the 'cement is damaged, .
now placed at fifty-three. Forty-nine e in Cuban Government_ D :unfit for use.. and 'not' according to
Mies have been identified, two : Killikelly > '
ca'u:: un-clalmed and two persons -:---- \ .. Ausfeld at Montgomery acquainting ".;
inown to have been drowned but re-I By Associated Press., and no disturbing rumors. are tn{'.cir- and. She ,Fears Have. him with the..matter 'and asking] him
bodies hare not yet been Havana OcL 29.---Repbfts telegraph culation excepting In 'Mata zas, They : if-he had. approved: the material and -
The day has been one of unceasing where there is ntyaric being done. > '.
to-day some apprehension HEAD ;
fromythe-commaftders of
activity gruesome scenes ana pathetic -" account 6* the reports ?many'armed Kidnapped. The meeting was a special one, at 'J Ii'
incidents. Wrecking crews .with a garrisons in all parts of Cuba' show negroes and former insurgents who 1 which therewere present OhairmaA- '. I IZeliua.

'errick succeeded in bringing one of that complete tcanquility: : .prpvaile, are roving about In th vicinity. : ,Loeand, Mayor Bites* "
the submerged cars to the surface Hyacinth, aged & years; and Agnes his children. :ri i It was called to take some action ia f j
and divers brought up the bodies until regard to the city ,ball and as ,. I
aged 3 years, son and daughter 'of ed and aft r\ By. Captain Miller
their task; was completed ami they Mrs 'of Warrington time he asked soon as it'convened the mayor apon I f
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Mary Churchill -
reported no more dead inside,- ot'-the are'missing, as is also Sergeant Hen them put for a .advice of. the 'clty attorney, officially v.' ,
second UNIVERSITIES U N I V [ N. Y.Y CANDIflhTES[ ; Praising Him and Crew ,
car or anywhere in the vicin ry JKillikelly, former husband of Mrs. promising to : : notified the board of the conW'uction'i I ,
ity. Intere&t '
'Work done ,
the now centers in the workof Churchill and,.it is feared by the latter 9 o'clock train' i being upon the city hall .' .
.coroner's which of Poe I and the members .
Jury to-day the proceeded to the
that her children nave been kidnapped day morning., I '
made a caieful inspection 01 the seen* i fl site to'make a personal-Investigation r..
of the wreck and draw bridge at as every effort to locate them granted this req Edward J. Miller; master :After viewing'' the cement that is :' .
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I In out of the has far fail return
and city so would as
which the train left the rafTs CLOSED It BEGIN[ HAnnWEEK' ed. Killikelly wag seen I at the union Sunday m ; the Quartermaster, steamer: Poe, being need In the foundation of the 3: I
General Manager Atterbury to- depot Saturday night but the party easy regarding received a very highly complimen building they were of the opinion \\i\
night expressed his belief that it to ,
that i who reported this did'not notice that first train letter from the quartermaster was unfit* be used and after ., '
the number of dead would''not exceed of the army; which brought returning to the city ball passed .
he children later whenthe
was accompanied by ;
flfty-tiree. He discussed the I any I for Captafn Miller and thew.e.the the resolution .above noted-
: as Up to
As a result the mo .et" Is, greatlydlstressedranfl in
an
accident freely but when. asked to .R RUSS1A. 'ta Poe'for saving many'lives a late .hour ,Jast night no reply had- .' -", -
the police authorities fear %
give his theory as to the cause replied : I grew also that vesser.from "destruction been received from Mr. Ausfeld. ',, :.0
that I are activeIn their efforts to locate city with ,them -
it '
was still a miatery to hint. : "' the hurricane; and raising The board" a18o'passed resolution '
the men and the missing children telephoned 'I
salaries for ', period of one requesting that it be furnished with : J $
a .
.. The First Report. Sergeant Killikelly; who is first sergeant ing them of her *
The raise received by Captain a copy of the contract with Architect- : 4
CItr' in the artillery branch of the instituted ah
nntiS NJ. October %&- for the entire Ausfeld of the contract with .
amounts to $200 a copy
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A Students Held Political Hughes Pleads For I
accident that was even Sanity army, and who is well known here result that,they Contractor .,
Worse : while the increase in the'sala- Turner and also a copy ,
having formerly been stationed! at chased a ticket .
th0Vhe Mjwdow wreck of : .
a July sudden, 1S96.death sent about 80 people to Meetings :and! :Made and Hearst For Freedom Fort. Barrancas. and- Mrs. 'Churchill i day night but 7'B :per Boatswain month of, $15 the crew engineer Is aa; $15 fol;' of:Neither the specifications the mayor nor the board') t -
then Mrs. married
this James Howe were with him they
afternoon catch. hands $5; cook, $5; and fireman! notified the contractor to stop work }f 1 t!
cars ing them of the like.electric rats train in a of trap.the West The Revolutionary". : : : From Money Inter. sts.( over were-six born years thetwo ago,:and children to this who union are fact.Yesterday' t, ; The following is the highly upon 'the foundation yesterday preferring f
\ letter received:: to first obtain copies of the t
Jersey and< Seashore railroad lines now-missing..Shortly after their"mar the search.'for., t
:T Office ; Department Quartermaster proceeding ,
die here Speeches.. ; (
at 2:30: o'clock jumped the By Associated Press.New ; riage. Killikelly- obtained possession and the, I
trcck on the : York Oct 29.-The state's General, Washington and to receive a reply-from the arch
trestle bridge, over the so Mrs.. Churchill states of alt her further ,but if- t'I -
Thoroughare*" arm "- candidates to-day started tie hardest Oct.. 25; 1906. tect. I ,
an of the _sea money which he promised return to they could not .
Thica separates Atlantic City .from By Associated,'Press.. week of the campaign. The i Republican her in October of 1905, but has so far have been sent : Edward J. Miller master Ausfeld't Contract fi
the mainland, and before gubernatorial candidate: spoke at U; S. Steamer Poe, Fort .Barran Clause 2 of, contract between i.1 I I ,
anyone could St. Petersburg, Oct 29.The universities failed to do so. Some time after the omcer at the
get out they; were huritu' to'a watery of St. Petersburg and Kaiari I Dansville and Syracuse and: the .head marriage he went to the Philippines New Orleans } cas, Fin: the city and Architect Aus *! J.I J.
srave. The trestle is about 15 feet : of the Independence League and,the where he served for two years and the : Reports having been received I feld provides that he shall superintend '
"eve the water and the -drop to the two of the most! !important"la'.Russia. I Democratic tickets made night .ad returned about two years ago. About kelly has' office regarding meritorious as agent; of the city, subject to .: '"
ater required several seconds,,giving were closed .to-day": .by order jof(. their I dresses at Auburn and Syracuse. *11-:months after his return his wife no' reply has b rendered by yourself and'other I"the direction of the party of the first i'
tiLe for- the passengers men and faculty councils: on.account of a viok, I 'Mr.. Hughes pleaded for sane Judgment secured a divorce upon the groundsof 'No of the crew of'the steamer' I part and subject to supervision of } ; t
WOmen and children to see and calculate :l. tion by students, the stipulationthat on big business interests and .UHreatment.Later she married No warrant in' the saving of life destruction"and &ov.rn- ":"the Board of Public Works of said 1.' t,

their. fate. political meetings 'were lotto urged all to vote for a sincere' administration I Raymond J. Churchill electrician at arrest of Se property from by city...U. the building operations and ,
Uto| \midnight te-night twenty. open of public affairstWfc. tie.] navy yard. > charge"of ; elements during the: sever hur workin connection with said build- *; '
five bodies have been recovered and be bad within 'the: ;colleg$ pVe-- R, Hearst assailed the corporations Returned stated which visited Pensacola" 'har- lug. .
) Saturday. Schad
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it is believed that at least twenty- cincts. : and bitterly arraigned the boardof Saturday Sergeant Killikelly returned thought'Mrs. and vicinity Sept. %6'and 27, For this service the architect is to
fire and possibly fifty more bodies elections. He'' asked his audiencesto I desire to express the depart receive the sum of cent. of / -
Speeches were delivered .and resolutions to Pensacola and went downto so' Tuesday 'sh Ity per I
still! are iu the submerged coaches. at meeting free themselves of state, officials Warrington where he asked to seeOUGCY herchildren, appreciation of the heroism the total cost of the building. In addition J
passed great mass
The train Was made up of three a that were'controlled by the'money in seamanship displayed br'70U on to 36 per cent. for drawing
heavy vestibuted electric coaches. held in the university !here; "sla'openly: terests. occasion and to commend you the plans and specifications of the,:; .
'hich left Camden o'clock in the revolutionary and ix zce: d1a.rr.::, that your fidelity to the service good halL "rB'etotal cost of the building'is I
afternoon carried < at least eightr- unable. toQnger )ig- and general, efficiency about 6500000. I

eight passengers as that, number .of the facultyyas'this .defiance.': The- closing STRUCK K KOY FI1E.E [ resulted. so satisfactorily' all Pt! It I probable that a reply will be J .-
uck-pts more open '
are held by the conductor. R05S'E. received from Mr. Auifeld this morn,
That official is uncertain, however of the university of Kazan was POllOCK gives me pleasure to further ing or that he will come to the city to:t "'
Just; how ma'ny passengers were on accompanied ,by.a' proclamation ,of you that in recognition' of look into the matter
the train and until all the bodies condition' of "extfordinary security"in valuable services rendered by you !
have been taken out of the submerged : occasion, recommendation has J
suburbs 'In 'oid r to STREET ON
the city and
ftecheB it 'made to the secretary of
will not be possible to give ( war J
the true figures of the dead. enable the authorities, to Cope with' IN CHARGEDF'LEGATION \ authority to increase your com BEATEN INTO !

The cause of the wreck has not the aftermath of the_ .disojder. from $1.600 to $1. OO. per
been esta.blIihedIt was probably for a period of 'one jpearL
dup to either a defective rail or the' "Respectfully INSENSIBILITY :
3. .
c CAR n ANn .
waking: of some part of the supes- -C F. HUMPHREY;
structure of the first coach. It has, C.TJ1S5ESS GoneraI1JS, 4rmr"
also been suggested that the draw I r' I A fight on the Austrian steamer
bridge, which had just closed after CASEIN Irene moored alongside of Commaa-
the passage! of a yacht may not have dancia wharf at midnight last night
Properly locked the rails. All theories I Vehicle Was Overturned, Enlisted. M SUPREME : resulted in one of the firemen receiving -" -
"might! as to lhe cause of the accl-. At Santo "Domingo During f OURT1 injuries which will keep him
(.f nt RESOlUTIONSCALOnE S Wisconsin : By' Associated Pres&
however are purely speculative. Painfully Injuring Van" Oct. 29.-'lJ1e. United in the hospital for several weeks
v\bile running at a speed said to have the Absence of Minister : court today while tbe boatswain received two ',
fen modwate the first coach left : ,S ; supreme :cuts which are not dangerous. .'
Fell.A
in the case ofJohn '
the
rails heJ.rd"ar.1
and dragged those follower i The boatswain Charles Sistern and
Dawson.Ross' of Lowndes county,
it OVl't the ties for a distance of !one of tbe seamen had been to the 1
forty feetSuddenly is under'COnT1cUonTfl. the charge
,
city during tbe night and reached'thetiblp
] swerving, the first 'two buggy, containing Van Fell a Seattle By: ;: murder. The case was. presented' About midnight. It was then '
coaches plunged the side of the E. Pollock formerly of this West behalf of Rawlipgk by :John' R, which hid '
over young man residing on Govern- Three enlisted that they renewed a OghL i
the state
city has received and .was.represent
jrl-ge into the water fifteen feet be- another high tribtite
begun 'during the dar 'with Stefernor
*. The of hie worth by being. placed temporarily ment.streeL. was struck Sunday night.Wisconsin are by Attorney General Hart. "
third coachstruck an Gattergovich a fireman. The latter ;
Mtmett: in charge of the American at the corner of Belmont and D VU- iously III ar "
.
broke and for Organization
its :
couplings .Now PATIENT it is claimed., was in his bunk, wfcem
bayrum.
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a rief Um hung suspended over the legation at Saato Doming, tiers streets by a Park carin chargeof i Thomas F., DIES AT NAVAL' HOSPITAL the two men started the trouble using ,
Recently Mr. Pollock"
Water
Brief as was this period was appointed MOt 1'mOD Sweeten. The buggy marlin spike and other ,
a weapon
Itnw.. ,. In' Session at .Hartford, to the postion! of secretary of the legation men, took '
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lt of -
paeses.rs; gave more than a score in connection with his dutle* was overturned and Mr. Fell Crown barber shop Henry Earl..25 years of age. while the man defended himself with
an opportunity to escape to the sustaining pain- 'at. the naval a file. .
'ground very patient
b} (th,. Connecticut. "j as observer there and was in chargeof and with *vorc ;
(It'r.d rear door. Then the car slid those duties only short ful bruises about the back. toxicated died there yesterday and The fireman was no match for the )
followed the ether two Irto a period was returning from "to" two and went down and was ]S-
the ---'% before Minister Dawson The 'young man dition was not, remains were shipped his. for men. .
was granteda !
water -
In It is believed every one three months leave of Mlllview and was driving east on Bel- day when three home in Providence R-> L last an unconscious condition when'Captain .
the
thMlgh third coach escaped alive, ,al- By AtoeclatMl Press.-' Secretary Root who instructed absence that by mont street. As he crossed DeVilliers will recover.' ; Fbndebilla and Officer Simmons ,
all were injured. 'ci OCL* .19.-Resolu. Park car coming south responding to the telephone message t
The' Hartford, *n.r he .place Secretary Pollock, in street the young man wa*: lnlst8, ,
accident was witnessed by ,of chargeof wheel of the buggy watchman of the ship reached
Jiny lions denouncing King Leopold, the legation and to do the routine struck the rear ,in the U. S. navy and .cane of the
persons on shore and ascistce of the .condi- and ,rowing the occupant DIVORCE *
Belgium, as the aathor- : work during his absence. smashing it up nearly a' year ago frourthe-New the scene.
tit was promptly sent from Atlantic(tions in' he CengqFtee State ,calling out. He was placed In the MORE hospital for 'treatment He I I At the police station where his Injuries .
friends of
Tie the
.
many man
}bv Little, it is believed was done far the exclusion .Reed Smoot from young' car and brought to trie city, being quite a number""of friends at were examined by the city I I
in will be
this city to learn
"rer toward saving the fives of ,of pleased hack at the cornerof it found that his right
to a physician was
th!:% the United States senate .because of his advancement. : transferred By ; navy yard, all of whom regret.
imprisoned in the submerged his relations with the Moraaan church : Palafox and Government streets Plttsbu354 death. leg had been fractured both eyes of
"here Ct3rhes. The water at the i-oint, opposing all sale-of beer or other inxlcatingUuOrs ATLANTA. RIOTER. 4 and taken to his home.It Clifford Hboe. were closed and he had a wound on
d'0 the train plunged in was not at army 'posts, advocating I was reported that a colored man man of'Auguatq. MOB. MEMBER'SCASE the back of the head a stab between'the
trt enough to cover the coaches.at permanent prohibition .at IS FINED $300 named John Goodson who was a passenger perjury hi the NOW UP 'to JURY. shoulders and half a dozen wounds
but they quickly settled in the national soldier's homes; declaring for in the c&r. was thrown from sensation on the arms and other portion of'i
,
sl tul1* cud as the tide rose they were highest standard parityaor: men By Ass.cIaapr.ss. > his seat by it being brought to a *id-- of had William a 1ta. Oct. 29.=The case of Geo. the body. y
trolley n hidden from sight except for the and. women. "aUkO.q.4t. daring.1In: Atlanta. Oct. 29.-T* F. Clements a den stop, and slightly] injured.After Immediately Blackstock., charged,,with assault He was sent to the hospital lstei.' .
to poles. Divers were sent down Ifavoref the rIghtOf2T5.n for.wo- young white man pleaded < Mrs.
r> to reach the dead bodies In the U I adopted this- afternoon by day to the charge of,assault and battery a ,warrant was sworn out last nlg t establishment woman. 'wa.. given !O He and the other man engaged In thV
aces the, but as darkness set In; andas the men.national were Women'a CbrisUan.Temperance In' connection with tae.. recent for.the arrest of the motorman eharg--tug Hooe. AD: : t -nlgJ1t. The the at a
tide ran more swiftly they'r diamond riots and .was-fined threehundred ing failure to ring gong recent here. ship.
unable for reach Union. -Toigtftth perjury will be,t riots % : J
time to
a long :
zeedal .oratorl&1 .poesta&iieI&f' dollars In the superior.court' '. ,crossing. ..'...

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(CfiTittj{ iJis'j Kjpf ipyt fljtyy pnngples-()i p1atyt]( : I I : ,

i t ,' J : *. ; t'cqitas. bO1SOmCa1QII1t1C liquids which] ,..are i i : School Tearrr Do-: Anda. Turtle,Sfory of How the_ Vegetable ,Compound' *

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be for Drug
: : ,' ;-1' :. : : ', % 'All blended theQuiet q : it to, Stores. *
< "I'. .' ;:::" ;:. "r ,-,,... f'# are'delicateiijr. sAll i on *: ; : .
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is efficacious.,Vj.jl;. '" :: .' > ', :;- This 'remarkable woman whose restore' the family fortune. ne .
r7 :' I JJvery. day In asout of the way maiden Estes, was born in argued that the medicine S
J. it :- Its ya1ueJs.d: to our method of manufactUTeTandto ? **- name was which wa
j'' It Js. not expensive .A place as is'arailable. for practIce theI-Lynn-Maas., February th, 1819, comIng so good for their woman friends: &0:" .
': j", 'v:F:*"A:;, .\;: .: : Uhe- ,:originality and simplicity of the"combination. gridlrcn\enthusiasts of te Pensacola from a good old Quaker family neighbors 'was exrually good for t1:; .

1 It"is good for. children."; > ;-,.".':,;f i .- \ -'' *. ..- Clissicai School are out trying to For some years she taught school, and women of the whole world. S

; It is excellent'for l&diesi vi;; Ml I make real football players. out. olthemselves. became known'-:: as a:woman of an' alert The' .Pinkhams had no money ar.
1 ; : .. ) ttle credit Their first
; $ To get beneficial effects:-buy the genuine. Ii f iit' the kitchen where laborwas' tor, i

It. is 'convenient. ,' ", for. "business. men. -. r 1;I'II : : they feel that heretofore in there..their''efforts has c herbS were steeped on the rccts!tt-aai
i teen something wanting
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It is perfectly aafender all.circumstances.iris' .. : JIanufactured by .- I ', ; in fact that they- tev!> not Then gradually filling the a gross of bot : .
question
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j ; made lund, se :
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enough n&tit
: p' effort
; it, for always before
used'by: millions of families,the world over /k They are going ,back to some of them-the I it away freely. They they hires bad a give t 1
school traditions and asking

It stands ghesatauve: / ith
If it .Mtfbthe1'laxative the .. /. "Little _andT'AI- cine-now Lydia E. Pink::I1- .
use : ; Harvey
you you .
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A" : ,** >--v, -- l : : SaD Fraaclsco. CaJ. ({" emberte had a season 'IthOut-a- defeat \VCI'1!
flil'r distributed bthe Pinkhao!
.worldjr9d) .; 'l. .1f .: :'- ,- : riU..H7. I New York N. y I! I:!1 1 f;. asking for more ..g me8..to WIlEThey > Boiton.-'Kew; York: and Urx ckm.:ros, UI .:.
have determined .t k.start :with
: ,
.. 1'/i. ; -'- ). roUALUYALL iE"Dr a DllIGGrS71/ their resolutions in timefto'make: them The wpnderf u.}curative properties= :
Irr'] count. They hare been brought to a the medicine were.to a great tnt .
=--= II realization of the danger of over confidence self-advertising} : ,. for whcrTej1 cscj ft
; ==- and storing up' of energiesand recommended to others, and the de :
., .i -
.., ,, .. ..-. .. "resolutions} until the day of, play. .mand gradually increased. 4
-,- "Y'lth such: a spirit as 'the boys are In 1877,<>y combined efforts the fam
I throwing ? !into theIr'preparatlon* itI fly had saved enough money to com.mencerheWspaperadvertising !
I would: be 'astonishing if they .
_ _ _ _ _ I r thing'closerresemWig a'strong JJareutfsofle that tkne the.growth and and irca
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B.6FRO'SBLO I te.QThe"- Clasacals." are -.-!lot':- troiibied r- and Investigating- mind- :anC 'earnest day the enterprise Lydia J;. Pinkham were assured and her uut.il0.Tego.

I I l with atJ'1: ndlcap' of overobifidence.Last Becker after knowledge, and, 'above table Compound have become hou, .
: r I AWJSEMENTS" OPENINGYesterday year's disasters arc amply strongremedIt:8..kJ" :all, possessed ofawonderfuiiyysnpathetic hold words everywhere. and many 1
,
HeepiSuch! ''complaints{ ., nature. e tons of roots and herbs are used ann;.
der cpntrdL It. is :'douU':.':'ul whetheryou. In 1313 she mame< :'Isaac'Pikham, ally" in its manufacture.

was opening day in B. could getva five cent s04aawater a builder and real estate operator and Lydia-. Pinkham herself did not

. ..........:... .........,.f. ............... ..Ot..t. .......!I, Gerson's, jewelry department. A. string bet out of any member of the crowdon their early married life was marked by live .to see the great success of tl'a;
.. band had been1ensaged to famish the result, of more than one game. prosperity and happiness. They had work: She passed to her reward oparago
x The tausic for the5 occasion and hundredsof I But about "anjf f..nlot the sguad is four children, -three sons and a but not till she had prattled
: Girl Ratsy Tonight. 1'!which J fa most beautifully brought out I rHearts' Is a marvel. of s age craft-; ladies visited Gerson's beautiful willing to Ett ;la good deal on each daughter.In means for continuing her work at
"The Girl Patsy," "which comes to I In this i reaped' drama. done by a master hand in stage adroit store. 1 man's knowing and doing' his part In effectively as she could"have done it
the Pensacola opera house to-night, is i The author: has very judiciously ness. :The author has poured*out his He'' has just 'pitt in ah elegant line, every game.{f fl :.tie games are lostit those good old fashioned days it herself..
from the pen of :Mrs. Jene Maudlin 1 1Feig.l. avoided melodramatic effects ,but entire store 'of theatric knowledge in of jewelry which embraces -all the. will be. because they are against ,'was common for mothers to make Daring her long and eventful
their home medicines from roots
the talented young authoress; there are. nevertheless moments that this play. Jle has produced a work latest and most 'uptodate'articles of better men. ? own nature's. remedies- I; she was ever methodical in experience her
who has written many successful grip the audience in the most: telling of magnificent possibilities for a melo- jewelry' on the 'market This' well Mr. Oracnd; the coach, has' done and herbs own. .work and she careful
In was always to
plays. I'ThIs fashion. The. piece is* notable perhaps dramatic public. The characters are equipped department is in the handsof wOn trs in. getting tae ,men put for calling' a physician tradition only specially and a record of case that came preserve toher
heart appealing drama has for 'its quiet, effective cast is. finely drawn, the dialogue. Is crisp. experts and tbere is no longer wort and is rounding his players 'Urgent' eases. of By them experience attention. The every"case"of (..-i
gained won- every
been ,earefully staged under the personal uniformly capable. Hiss June :Mathis the human Interest, all absorbing any excuse for 'sending out of. town into very good omi. His task has derful many of the curative a woman:who applied to her for adice-
supervision of the author who is seen. in the winsome role of the the comedy Is charming, the pathos for ;holiday presents.* They are here been especially hard because of the of knowledge the rations'roots and herbs.properties and there were thousands-received
; ii*, carefully selected ,tie' cast from girl Patsy I sincere. Taken on. its entirety; "Hu in profusion. raw material he has had to .use. Of careful studyand the details, iccbd-:;
:hundreds of the: nest ,.dramatic talent man Hearts' is probably one of the The 'openIng'was a big success and those from whom he is to pick his Mrs.Pinkham took a great interestIn treatment and resell:
her Human Hearts." 'I v Mr. Gerson and his not than 'giz have .the study of roots andherbs their ing symptoms ;
that they might come up to strongest plays ever shown on the large corps 6]f team more ever were recorded for future reference',sal
Inspiration only an work;.but in The powerful and impressive melodrama -! American stage. salespeople were kept very busy all been la a game, end of the rest of eharaoteristies and power over:: disease. these records," \viUi
;looks, "Human Hearts," day the .. She maintained that;just as nature,so to-day together
'complexion and build so that presented by yesterday entertaining callers. fituad more than half !have no experience hundreds of thousands made since arc
: she. might see her drama complete &n exceptionally strong company of The Milionaire Tramp. Pensacola should be. particularly in football piayltfg. bountifully provides in the harvest- available to sick women the world
and in this way she ba succeeded players will be offered for the approval >>- While the country fs burdened proud of the 'Gf son store as it woulddo The playera Vno. wilt probably go fields and orchards vegetable foods of over, and represent a vast collaboration
'where others have failedby proving of the"lovers of all that is theatrically with tramp plays few credit to the metropolitan cities to Jiobile for.,lhe lame against the, all kinds; so, if we but take the painsto of information. the
to clean and wholesome of the Unitedi States.- The Mobile Military luBtitute S find them, in the roots and herbsof regarding
that successfully dramatize life in melodrama have attained! any standing. with store was next treatment of woman's ills, which for
it is necessary to find the ideal sub' op the stage,'at the local theatre on theatre-goers. very attractive.; day are Ends Fri c & an. .'\\ tur'l the field there are remedies expressly authenticity and can hardly

:je9ts, when there can be no doubt of Thursday night, November 1. '. "A :Millionaire Tranlpr- very first AbererombieTackles! ; k P. : ,! designed tocore. the various be equaled in accuracy library in the
; a pleased audience. "Human .Hearts1' ] has been firmly in the field has outlived all its Imitators Sweenpy, ,Wi111301; Guards; Barton.'I his and weaknesses of the body,and world. any
: The piece itself deals very fairly established as one of the most origi- #nd nightly proves Its popularity CANDY MEDICINE [ Philips Pace; Center: EaganJ": Backs it.was her pleasure to search these out,
time nal and' '.'1 Hannah Brent(captain), Avery, and prepare! simple and effective medicines With LydiaE. Pinkham worked her
wtth a present problem of domestic interesting of modem with theatre-goers by being t!) | '
.. ... ,. for daughter-law, -the ira
her .
Turtle O. I .own farnilyand Menda. presint
lett Brawner.
life: near New York, In an dramas. The author has long been greeted'-with- overflowing patronage.But : \SUb-'j
aristocratic, country P&cawhose- peo* I, famous asa playwright, bat .in i the "A :Mfflionairer: namn",/'contain$ Candy is, -rneic1neuI: medicine Just how the backs afe'to be pl Chief of these .was a rare combination in Pinkham.all She was c re fully instructed
her .hard knowlc-1 sal
pia date their. an.cestry.bact to the present Instance he has surpassed much interesting dialogue 'excellent Is not always candy. These facts were is still .in doubt,: and 'iJI} not 'likely ,of the choicest medicinal roots :won
for she assisted her
in Lsrvast
revolution and yet they like, all others all his former'efforts. For ingenuity, comedy and splendid climaxes. "'The proven years ago, when out 'grandmothers be announced b fore Friday or J>atur- and herbs found best adapted for tbe years :
: have their share of scandal. I I strength and brilliancy 'Human fun is of uproaripug sort and brIngs would boil the horehound day. As to these-- however, "it is be-i cure/of the ills-and weaknesses peculiar correspondence.To
forth laughter and applause of lastIng herb .with sugar aDd water,; by which lieved the team will prove tamer I to the female sex,and Lydia.Pink- her hands naturally fen! the
-- -----. --- ----" duration. 'Tae dramatic portionof they rnade .horehound.candy.- To day strong individually. If they can bet j ham's friends and neighbors learned direc.tion of the work when its or:.r.L--
the play j is calculated to pleas a this\ oldtimereaedy is more popular brought to good team work they' that her compound relieved and cured tor passed away. For nearly tw.'au-.
than IIl should'be formidable. and it became? quite popular 'among five years she has continued it aid
thinking public:, It.is. constructed it was ; Yea.rs gone: by- and 4t I -
with a strain cf morality dealing with will no doubt be one of. the old remedies Altogether it'is a very good aggrc them. nothing in the work shows when the
I S.S.S.CURE5 [ TARR temperance teachings and many of for coughs!: and colds that will gallon 'of players, and a proper spirit All this so far was done freely, with first Lydia K Pinkham dro-ptJ ha:
in such and the present Mrs. 1' '.:.bsii.
the lines evoke thunderous applause live forever. t' practice Is daily beccmtn out money and 'without price, as a pen
manifest will now the mother of large family: t:3k
sboan excellent
from the parquette "ag well as from This thpnght, was inspired by the more labor of love.
team before the end of the it np. With wotafci: assistants seme as
the gallery. many pounds of. horehound candy in seasja.The : But in 1S73 the financial crisis struck
Catarrn cannot'be washed.-away with'sprays, inhalations and such treat "A Millionaire Tramp' will be seen the -show'' wIn! w' of the Hooton : schedule of games is una -)u Lynn. It&length an4seTeritywere too capable as herself, the present Mrs.Pinkham .

ment, nor' can it be 'smoked out with .medicated'tobaceo, cigarettes, dc.' here next Friday nights Pharmacy, where" a big bag. Is sold &bly badly arranged and'Is'unsaUS: much for the large real estate interests" continues from the. oelce greatwork.ciptobably of :
to both oer
factory and eoacb no
for five cents. manager of the Pinkham .
When 'OUatlempt; to,cUre. Catarrh with such things you iare. wasting time ; Otis Skinner; The price and taste permits everYone Their hardest game Is' to be :their of business suffered family; 'as'most thiS from class person have.so-noany women bees ..1-
and allowing the impurities and 'poisons in the blood whichproduce the first. The .Mobile Military Institute!, vised how to'"regain health. bii.J women
Charles Frohman' :will present the to'use'lt:. and its merits a're' un fearful depression, sowhen the Centen.
*
disease, to get so firmly rooted as become. notottly a disgusting trouble well-known artor.- 'Otis 'Skinner, surrounded disputed. with wham the-Classical are to play nial year dawned it found their prop- this advice is "Yours for Health:
bnt avery dangerous one. The annoying symptoms of ringing noises in the by. ,af: noaBJeS!company of I ; next Saturday seem to. be the bet erty swept way. Some other source freely given if you only write to asi
ears, "hawking and spitting headaches,- mucus 'aropping back iflto the players in" thi ":celebrated-. ,JVench $5,000 TO LOAN ON GcToD SE oigh.schcrjllteam; in tfcia" section. in ef income had to be found.At for it.

1 throat; impairment to the senses of taste and.smell,.and a feeling of general play "TheDuel1, at-. thia'lheatrenext CURITY. PENSACOLA ., INVESTMENT : a.-raceijt .:ganie with ,the TJnlversity this point Lydia E. Pinkham' Sach.is. the history of Lydia E. Pink'barn's
debility,prpve that there is a deep-seated cause for.Catarrh. This .cause' is Satu !IY. The pIsotnaa1iere; CO. \ i Military:: iSehpQl-,4hp. Institute.' team Vegetable Compound was made knownto Vegetable Compound f mads!
showed: from
disease be aftet cIexj..6$rfority; =to 'Judge simple roots and herbs; tfc: c:>
cannot the
the and
a polluted and unhealthy conditk: of the blood and a long1 : Pros 12s1r\rntat MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE:;! 'OF world.
< 1 from: th'score: This game will provea great medicine for women': ufL- .
c 'red until this removed. The only way to get rid of Catarrh permanently the Hudson.theatre: ; in fetnhattaa.In ,- 64 DEGREES YESTERDAY. trying introduction to the spagon'sThree The three.eons and the daughter, I and the fitting monument to tis no-:*
S. S. is the ideal} remedy for this It the" spring "Q rf Jasf year' "TheDuer with their motlter combined i
: iso purify the.bloo&.and S- purpose. I !other games have been! forces to woman whose name it bears.CLIFTCN .
Eobn clefU'S the system of.all impurities, purges-the blood of all catarrhal "was'prtsentedat the Theatre The maximum temperature recorded shuie&-by Philips tol
Fracaise In. Paris ..lAtten! -I !Manager one .
Comede- ; ; at Pensacola yesterday was 64 de-i ,
-
this
matter and poisons and effectually checks t4e progres.of disgusting ue piayea: in cnsacoia witn tte University -
: ,
: and far-reaching.djsease. S. S. S. puts the:blood in ,perfect order, and as tion artistic.vras circles called!! because to it in it literary.cam%.f and rpm i gress was 48 at degrees 4 p. m,:at, while 6:30 the a. m.minimum I Military, sehool, one with Public MUNSON- LINE j I HOUSER DIESSUDDENLY
this healthy blood toevery nookandcoraer of the body Catarrh II IIi High School No: ,1, on Thanksgiving TAMPA.A : .
goes Acid _
pure the peri of"an : m.i annnmr1; i Last year ci the same date the ani; another inMobile MOBILE IN
TO
and .. : against COLON
about Catarrh medical ;
cured.- -Bookiwith infonnattyn' .
: Js'.permanently: .
maximum 74
LaveJaa;: >- i was degrees and the I the 21-T lvetsity Military. School ,
; p1vicefree.- TffE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA. I .Soraftthin.g, -or m6.re' th.u-' rd, !: ary minimum 55 degrees. 'b'eing..tnade; to secure a game AnSffoft &y Associated Press. I 't1 gram received in tho c -
S "
merit wa' expected: from:tie master, I'I'I I'I witn tfce1lT iv'erBity Hish School of Mobile, tct 20.T-The Munson terday announced the awl in::: esJn >
.
: : ,
and it came-oae.rof.tlie: strongest Monigonieryj.but.as; yet no definite arrangeiaenta' Steamship Company dl New- Yort., Tampaof -Clifton L. UI- "

&&3 tt&S3Z SZSS !; most virille of and human absorbingly emotions) : Interesting that- ;I j : haver; ,been concluded for operating a line between Mobile and i brother of Mrs. M. "T. Daly c "';s

: I I dramas been produced. The play,.| I it. "jV.The ; ./ .' : Cuban ?orts.. has decided to inaugurate -, city. Keart trouble was gir n -
i has ever sensation and itcontinues j I STRAIGHT i iI wiyiMootball? squad-is reticent I, a nice between Mobile and cause of- death. .-
created a profound j "
; : I be 'ihe most discussed aiKj; playersand. poach seem deter-!i Colon totake, the large amount of : Mrs.: Housr, mother of *!ho
to
N lEWCITY MARItET I iiiSned.: just" noT on. "WorU boys and i freight offered for .the Canal Znne1:' I man, is Tisit'ng In the clfv ;'= I

I 1 I g 'I play. in Wounds.all Eurcpe.Bruises and' Burns. 'I'I I'I I "Lead and OilS9 j jI rat cd.. your as-:much tongues.information',''-This Is'as,"at could'allY 1 i.movement week In JfoTenaber..- to. be cpmmenced, ::. the first- log and for Mr'Tampa. -Baly to will artenl leave f.c ths!f '''-"'-' .

be
sec&red-by; .a reporter -
: 'I By applying antiseptic dressing I ,
Oaethlnfc-can .. .
: predicted: lioweT --==-
to wounds brufses, burns.and like Injuries pAINT --- ----
bsforo inflammation' sets In I ri..Srithiaircerteinty.; : This lot of : ..
i '
idaversjjjrB; oios-'toCtccfeblo;
healed "without matura, -- any team:
ba.
I( The New Gity Grocery Go's New Meat 'lion they and may In about one-third the time: thatipu.Y9'itttem: : ifjtasybnt' continuewith.
|: required by the treatment.. This:I The old timer is always :I : tbZSflthey' : are shov arrERDFHEALm;
ing ,noT: ,
aad triumphof I I ,. .' .t',. ; ,
is discovery
the greatest
I : Market is now open" Ii modern surgery. Chamberlain's j f talking of, the "old days' ... e

Pain Balm acts-; on this same principle. -. )fTHDP1:: ;,' ',, : ; .
," With a full line of choice Western ,Meats. 'We will !. It i3 an antiseptic and'.-wben applied -!I when paint was good.,, I :S' ''f/J\I...L" '\'. ..'...' ":. ',., /,. '
to such injuries. Causes .them to. Those the of ; t ..
t : !handle the best meat that money can buy and we Y heal v ry Qui(' li. It also allays the:! were days I .' FIRES : .t 'gOY4 .
I pain and soreness and 'prevents any i j I r straight White Lead and OCCUR; .
'J expect to sell a lot :.of it. Beef Mutton, .pork. Veal, danger of bleed ..poisoning. Keep aifcotUa. J r....:. '

r I Sausages Liver Pig's Feet, ,Tongue, 'Tripe, .Frankfurter B of. Pain am' |tn yourborae I|! Linseed Oil, before newfangled .!.!""" :. '
I and it will save you'lima and money.!! L ; ,
I ,- Bologna Sausages, etc. ,AlsoJhickens. Turkeys l not .to mention the in&pnvenience: end 1 i mixtures were I BUT.. LITTLE:<'' .. DAr4AOE..JS' < ,.. DONE. ,,: : ;. ._- .' ,,' .

Geese, Eggs Etc. ; suffering such injuries entail: For: xccToLAuNRYATE: ,: ', ,

I: I,: "l' f sale by all druggists. j| thought of. \ MBi HOT' L. {:; t. ;> .

J. P. WILLIAMS. CO. I; You can have just as I +t ':' '
i .'. '{ i' 0 1 .
I BUILDING if 'lJJi r ':} > ..
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT IN. BRENT good paint to-day you ,
-- .. I Three; snail ares occurred Sunday .4j : ;
5
The "T. P. Willaias' Company has removed want it. Simply see that': &3d..yestsraay, but the damage was -
must be seen to be appreciated We claim to have Its offices tothe new Brent I small wit4the exception: of taarto the + -
r building! an : the most up-to-date, best arranged 'and most complete rooms-376. 378. SSO and 3S2. Peopla Ii i Eacaabia! hotel. Ttis building was -1- _4KI"6 '
\. in the of found Jn[ ames: 'Boaday jJtt-eraoQn
grocery city: tnsa.colBar None .having business with Haij company &1iouTtZ33 ocioekand -:

Price? Why should v/e-not sell cheaper: than are call requested at-its new to note uarterz.the' caahse' and .j i Keel Seal I nra; .vest eXtinguished by the before fire the ds- .

a : yourpresent grocersince we buy: in greater quan; TO CURE A COLD IN ON'E'OAY .i i PureVhUe Lead, pztrtpitpt damzged.1'a the; roof had bocn_badly' ', ; ; '
,
.
<< tities. Ring Phone 223. 5.F Take LAXATTVH BRCHTO I! 11e -l'a"1et. I IClade Last :"night shortly after 6 o'clock 4; POn'ES
Druggists refnnd roonV if It" fIts by tk Old Dntch ftocemii the ; ., *
j department had a call to box 47
.. cure E. W. GROVKS. signature on .- .
'I 't r. : : each boa St. _'_ hero ,tl! ?'i-?o! of the cottage at 'No, 1'-
H !
599
/
: NorthjTarrasoaa street, occjipied : ': Absolutely Pure
.
Oil.
MEETING'NOTJCS. and [Pure Linseed '
i < by Pierce- L3, colored: had
The E Pwisaeola.: Loire .::o. 42. F., & 'I caught '
J: r New City Grocery I A. it, rscjiia? J5imiaIcatonBi Our bepklet tells considerable about i fire from dj a defective flue,- but rasosly "f. :t'A. Cream of Tartar Powder
Co.jj Thurl5ta.y. :iovezber 1. at ; i\1. ; itJy damaged,,. < '
c VisItIng b thrt'n I /
:; :: PRYOR BRO'S. : PROP'S T.B.. Jtarn1'. JL. SOLOMON s.crctary owner should Laaw. Free. j stsoaife'to) ),n-alafEi from box 17 The '
: : phatlcacld'J
? blaze .11. .
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: needs for 52 years, and have'produced through their : ,::".':, New. Water System Under I II , u, : ,


specialists suits and overcoats adapted to your curves Construction and' Rail-


: and angles, and fitting you where ,they should. : roadsComing.The .. ....' 'I1St 'I1--'

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says: ill
: Among and "shorts" .is'size with the .general "
"stouts"longs"
our progress
.a :. and development and characteristicof mnON OF R.J.REYNOLDST08ACCO PAKY'SPtAlfTJ9D& f :

: made for you. Come to us and try it ori :Jo- modernizing the people of of the Apalachicola city is not being the UThi 1

put eff until the railroad's advent. Largest Best-Equipped and Cleanest Rat Plug .
day need not buy because look. 5 : At a recent election, ,
I you you : > money was l
appropriated for the commencing of Tobacco Manufalturlng -Plant In the World "
,a water and sewerage system. I' !,
$46.690 was l immediately appropriated ;- t The Reynolds.,factories. equipped with. I amount. of sweetening than any other kind, 1 r i

I $ to $35.00 > :: II for commencing the water sys ertry tnpder l:.appliance .for. producing the :.I .and has a wholesome, stimulating and satisfjjgjg -

15.00 ternt&lBB tem. Three have and be a&a half laid.miles. 'A 100,000 of wa besfi thitatcco'by")A. a clean,;sanitaryftnflM ;; _efiecfca chewers. < ". I l
SCHNAPPS is the brand that made the .
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gallon tank having a Height: of 110
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feet has been erected. A reservoir "Reynolds: factories famous as the manufacturers : -
having capacity of 125,000 gallons, of men who*'have made the business a' life of the best and most popular brands J1It

has been -completed. A. well driven : study,,are',located in the centre of the Pied .I_ chewing_ tobacco, and made necessary the -
having a pumping capacity of 300 mont tobaccoT f : I
enormous i
> growth
cTMDARDaoTHll drawing gallons per water minute from a 300 fissure feet in deep the, : .*b1t, known}to .., from small factory '

II solid rock, and a pumping plant have I It :the world. as the j in 1875 to the largest : .

ing a capacity of 1500 galons per minute best, productivesoil flat-plug fac:- H, .
installed and nearing completion. for tobacco toryintheworld.The :
J THIESEH \-BUILDfflla It Is the to
purpose gradually extend
i the-system until the entire town with an.aroma. so de- X'lightful : men who .' ': .

I fs well supplied with water. 1; pleasing and started the !:
An'"approprIatIon of. 10000.00 was CJ appetizing that 'it created and popularized Reynolds Co., in 1875,are directing it to-day. ; ', J .

!. "' .."' " " .'! '!(." '." ......Q. ........ .: also made to commence the' sewerage of t the fondness for chewing tobacco. ., There area greater number manufacturers :
system,.which will be completedin f & Only choice, selections of this wellmatured t' making imitations claimed to be just as good : '. .
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parts and each -paitInstalled into
service until ,.thoroughly cured leaf are used in as SCHNAPPS than any commodity manufacturcd 1 I.
as. soon as 'completed, -
REASONS WHY I the, entire city has been served with SCHNAPPST' .and 'otherS of'the high-grade l ;yet there are more pounds SCHNAPPS f!;


OBSERVER flIED RACINGSEASON1 N NAT sewerage.To Reynolds brands, and expert tests prove I chewed, than ,the total amount of all imita r '
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/ pay for this improvement and that this tobacco V'
requires and takes a smaller tive brands,or tobacco of similar appearance.. t
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....... No.74 all other costs of the city a tax ,of !"'"'- .
onJy 12 mills Is assessed based on "t'to Mrs V2.ist.r1 M the te| to! under,III tap'... S--H-N-A-P-P-S, ntf pa wi bra.& gRate. _,, -7

L .. Real FOURPiTCollars one third valuation of the propertyof A R. J REYNOLDS O.ACCO"CO. N. C.v"': I
--"TT the city, in other words a municipal : Wlnston-Salem i
HAS '
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last !n. the valuation.The tax of. 25 cents on the dollar, full .' ", i- .

Brand I '
Laundry. Lion Apalachicola Northern.At ,
the last 'reports, two miles of +.. .$ 4. e..4,4." """" ;
Collars are PR1ISE R 8EGBNAll [ rails had been placed by hand out SAW SMACK I r ; \
FOUR-PLY. from Chattahoochee, coming Apalachi- : ; ,

15 cents all each, 2.for, 25 cents.AT > colaward Railroad.,on the Apalachicola- Northern I BEFORE. STORM :I Southerners Excited ,

The delayed parts of the track lay '
ALL GOOD SHOPS of. the Pensacola Owned :ng machine. .were received ,en I Ii '
From Weathereau Chiefon and it that I Over Cures '
'Wednesday is thought by Coopers *
Have TilE ,
: Horses BeenShipped Monday next track laying will, be in WILLIAM H. WARREN, NOW It :. 11:

SOMETHING NEW !Ield.tilled Report'of .the There. operation aided by this machine. At MISSING,, WAS .ANCHORED j t t I
Tetorla creek 16 miles from Chatta- ,
[( Beaatj Pins, 25 and 30c per pair Storm.The All of the Pensacola. owned: ,horses, hoochee. a gang of men are rapidly OU'rSlCE; ST. JOE 41 : There seems to be -no let-up in I Orleans, living at 1005 Annuncla- lit
W. A. Gahlenbeck 21S S. Palafet SI which were racing at Montgomery completing! the. trestles and it is 'HARBOR. the excitement over. the remarka.I'Ion St., whose name was among |
report of Weather Observer last week have been shipped to Selma thought' their work will be finishedby ble cures of stomach trouble and I those printed In a recent Issue of j
W F.' Reed. Jr., on the hurricane of where the ramS has'.started. 'the time the track layers reach i rheumatism that L. 7V Cooper the the Picayune, was 4een and hiked I. t
COTTRELL, Sept. 26 and 27, 'as well as other Among the animals which will race the creek. Recent heavy rains damaged : young philanthropist, is effecting freely of his experience He was t I '
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. storms which had visited P sacola. ,there this week will be John A:; Billie the roadbed In places, but the The fact that the smack William with his medicines.His enthusiastic in his praise of Cooper r. 1
Pensacola.% Da. which was published in The Journal 'A. and Jim Crow, owned by CaptT. damage will *be repaired. rapidly, it H. Warren, which Was at sea during I work in New< Orleans for and said; "I am surprised myself -
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Sunday morning, had received ,praise B.. Welles, and Lord! Strathmors, Is said. the hurricane, has.not .b en reported the past few weeks pas ,been creating at the wonderful results I i I'
from a no less. person than the chiefof owned by Ernest glehoffv... New Railroad. caused much uneasiness wide attention in !that section have obtained from the use of ji
TURTON & BELL. the weather bureau. The report to The Pensacoliany who were in Messrs. PJdcock and Davidson, of since, has : of the country. On the streets, i these preparations, for my case ,; ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE! 1870.Kdak the head of the department 'was forwarded I I Montgomery to witness' the race Pidcock. Ga., gentlemen interested in here. She, is of the fleet of Warren in hotels and oilier public places I was a most obstinate one and baa J \
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upplle!>. fimshinj tar Amataari. last week: and yesterday I which was won by John A.-athe that the building of a.. railroad from Pid- &; Co., and sailed ..from port shortly Cooper's|cures are the sole topic baffled' medical skill for the last ;-
Observer Reed received the following the race horse men are very anxiousfor cock to a point on. the;guU;near ,Apalachicola (before thedisastrous hurricane of of conversation. He 'is discussed three years. I have been suffering '
very complimentary letter I Pensacola to be included in the a charter for the road hav Sept. 26 and 27. everywhere. and the newspapers from Inflammatory Rheumatism I.
.R. K. WHITE, I'"U. S. Department of Agriculture, Central southern circuit in which they have ingbeen applied for:,, were in Apalachicola Captain Andrew Canoon who was i contain daily ..reports of. his cures. and sometime. ago I went to a. ,
s'cfirsltr.! Manufacturing Jeweler. and Graduate the' week lookingover A number of startling cases have hospital where I received the best f
Office of the Weather Bur .au, been racing all season.-- It now :.in- during; then In charge of the smack Kwasind,
<( Washington, ,D. c., Oct 26, 1306. dudes a large number of elites in the situation. As the gulf of the fleet cf Saunders &; Co., reported names
"Mr. W. F. Reed. ,Jr., Local Office Tennessee, Kentucky, Birmingham of Florida Is attracting much attentIon upon hjs arrival that shortly: : most prominent citizens. have .ap physicians, bat without relief. One t
Pensacola, Fla. from those who own the railroad peared in connection. which fact of' my I knees was greatly swollen
Weather Bureau Selma and Montgomery, and they are before the storm he saw a vessel
Tersely ToldH. "Sir-The chief of Bureau desiresto very anxious for Pensacola to Jiake. feftcK'jof the countrv. it Is thought which he 'thought was'"the Warren, seems to verify the.truth. of the and so sore that I could not bear '
to touch It. I had tried everything _
reports.
of the zeal Apalachlccla will 'eventually- and
express his appreciation enter next season. off St. Josephs harbor
arrangements to come up. t.
and ability shown in the preparation It is probable after the ,lace at come one of the important railroad drop anchor, and li so she was prob- I In an Interview with Mr. J. T. I ever heard of. and had about giv< ) J 1 '
L Grady of Apalachicola, was Russell, well-known business en hope of getting better t t
on"the stormof terminals of the country. a man up ever < >
of your excellent report John A. will be shippedto ably driven on the reefs near there.
Selma, that
a business visitor to the city jester September 26-27 at 'PenS col .. Pensacola. Captain Wralles has The Kwasind had just gotten inside of New Orleans, living at'2538 Del- when I began to read the stories '' ; to? t j
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day. achalse. St, who is reported as of Cooper's marvelous cores. I determined I }
"Very respectfully. with Ed. the storm, and had 4
the animal the harbor before
arranged to place NEGRO BOY
having been cured of Rheumatismwith to see what his rem < !
T B.. Young, a prominent naval I "H. E. WILLIAMS, Geers, one af the widest! Known: race come to anchor In what Is known as '
the new medicines, he said: dies would do for ore, however, and :
stares operator of Nixon, Fla, is .in "Acting_ Chief Bureau. horse men in the country, for another .- IS CAPTUREDWill the: "Eagle's Nest,", where she rode i .It is true I have been wonderfully began using them. At 'the end cf i! I i
the city. 6n a"short business visit season, and also his mare Geralftine throught'the blow. '.
... benefltted by Cooper's New the first week the swelHng had .; .
4.I..1. ?. Ppnl.Jlrnll.
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Among the business visitors to the REPAIRING THEI9SIIING' : "' tthe '; nnarn;' ; rand: Discovery medicine ma. very. severe been reduced and I could use my : I Ii
All race"
horse Lindsey, alias "Son" Lindsey, '
, city yesterday were E. F. Johnson case or :sciatic Rheumatism limb freely without the leasT paln. i.
and B. S. Beasley, of Milton, and O. trainers have a high opinion -of John a negro boy about 16 years of age, BOUCHELLEEDr. from which I suffered for some I have been improving right along J I I'I.
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C Fennel, of Marianna.The A., and recently at Birmingham some who shot Jim Wiggins and his'wife DR time. I have used Cooper's medicine -'and now I feel better thaiu I have ..
FLEETTHE Birmingham men offered to'match from ambush last 'Tuesday night one.week and the results have 'I.for some time." !
fishing'schooner Kwasind.. of him against Dan Patch, the famous wounding: them, was captured yesterday been truly marvelous. Before that I Cooper's preparations are well-
tie fleet of Saunders &; Co., returned pacer for a purse of $20,003. morning on the naval res rvation, time I was almost. helpless.. and 'I'known in this city and have effected i
from the shing banks yesterday,witha FIRST VESSEL where! he had secreted himself' the now I can use the afflicted parts some remarkable cures t
catch of 35,000 pounds .of snappers. PRISCILLA THE loft of a relative's house. The officers freely without the least pain. The I here. At Hooton's Pharmacy '.

Senator S. R. Mallory has returned INJURED BY STORM TO I had been chasing the boy in the : ., swelling and soreness disappeared the local sales agency for the j
from Garnlers Bayou where he spent j woods around'Barrancas and Warring- soon after I began using' the treatment I medicines, it is said that the demand ,
two weel s fishing and hunting. His ; BE READY FOR SEA. J JRepairing' ton since the night of the shooting, : and. now I am improving I has been enormous, and that
and his capture yesterday morning every da,." the sales are still on the increase i
looking greatly improved as a result t
: of the trip. "Uncle Albert" \ 'J} zI was made by Jim Graves, colored, to Mr. A. J. Erskine, another prominent II.which fact amply proves their efficiency.
Riera and Allie Riera returned with the fishing 3eet and getting : Whom relatives of the boy reported i and influential man. of .New t''

Mm. the vessels in shape to resume is opera upon finding him ta marine in the loft and He held was ." .'." " 4,.. .. ..... ...... ..........
tion in the red snapper trade now turned over
Prof. I. E. Allen was in the city progressing rapidly and more satisfactorilY tmwoRI, rn+''l Deputy Sanders could reach the

yesterday, looking exceptionally well and within the course of a OCEAN tROM _ -_ :yard.
Prof. Allen says he will go to Ba- few weeks the fleet Trill be greatly ,To It la charged:: that Undsey was robbing A'\II .
Funlak Thursday so as to.be sure and increased by the addrtiO, of vessels OCEAN- the bpuse of his s'ster an3: THE SEWERAGE ,
be on th'e ground for the Fiddler'sContest upon which workmen are now either brother-in-law when he heard them
at the Gulf Coast Fair on engaged in floating or else repairingat coming; and fired upon them. He had
Friday. docks.. '* tied the gate and gained admittance TrytheNewt\
various securely !: Dr. L. :B. Bouchelle: ,of Thomasville. I
Frank I?. Ellis. who was formerly Yesterday work was tarted in making to the house, through the Ga., 'a physician well known .in the ,
'ith the Pensacola Business College temporary repair Incident to Will: *1OW. is' :'enthusiastic over the WORK LEtSSTARTEP' 1
South very
but who later went to Birmingham, floating the Favorite and the: Ruth When questioned, at the county Jail cod liver oil preparation VlnoL He
I is now with the Peacock Iron Works, A. Welles. They are on the beach while last night he ,at first denied that be says: "I .have psed Vinol in my [ Light House i
of Sehna Ala., where he has a most near thlif old electric light plant I had visited the house or did the shootIng family and 'in' jny; general practice

lucrative position as. head bookkeeper.The down below BrenVs milVtte'_ admit Angelenawas of ,, but finally admitted both: but with the most satisfactory results.It .
sufficiently to said he shot to scare: Wiggins and
exceedingly beneficial to those T [
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testimony in .the case .of the kmSto oommence placing wooden3d5deJ M i* wife. He Tl'ft"Ptit"* follnwin with' bronchial or pulmonary
afflicted
Norwegian) bark Andrea vs. the British bywhtph: means she
Journal representative
her "
statement to a ,diseases and to create strength, [ Bread
steamer taken .be.tvre 1
Tugela was
will be laterlaunched. be ready 'last .liht'I : : A member of ,the firm of W. H. ,'
United States "Commissioner To-dar the Priscllla..wni went to the house about 7 or White & ,Co., says: "Tue people of ,
Marsh yesterday, the attorneys rep I for sea, being the first of t1 2-damaged 8 o'clock and found the door locked Pensacola: should remember that VI- Force of Men Commenced
condition
resenting both the plaintiff and the in seaworth1 : I then climbed ,
I craft placed and everyone gone. nol is not a patent medicine, but the
defendant being present. The suitis I I since the storm: She bas thoroughly been on the repaired through a window and gett'ng a key medicinal cod liver oil in. a highly concentrated -I 10th Aye. This bread is made by r
t & Excavating at
for $25,000 alleged to be'the marine railway and.ls that she ; from another door unlocked myrotherinIaws form-r-taken .direct from : ; '
mount that will be required to dls- and it, Is expeeed'! ) door and went in fresh cod's Hvrs-the useless oil our new special pro ;
charge and reload cargo and repair will 'proceed to .ea'_as ,sOOfl ES her LECTURE N.. 26 and' got his !*:unI then went into eliminated and tonic iron added. and Gregory St. cessIt retains its f.,
tie damages to the Andrea as a re- crew can ,be cotteatoctb: I am very particular about the t1iavi end staved there until This is why 'It Ig prescribed so #
suIt of a collision with the Tugela -----PH'8' Sole Leather that goes into about 5 minutes after church time, generallY' for bronchial and pulmon. I freshness longer than

turing the hurricane. BAZAAR: A.T ST..JOS CHUPtCH TO.l4lGHT. when I beard them coming and raised ary diseases. It is splendid to create i The sewerage and drainage work, : any other bread. It is
cAnIJG the gun to fire It in the air to scara an appetite strengthen and tone up which has been delayed for- nearly i
Why not get the worth of your wfll.be.tven at St.Joseph's them when it went off before J pot the digestive organs make Wen red two"months, was comnienoed yesterday .
miuey. Ask for Blue Ribbon Vani1Yt. A bazaar Catholic 'chutOh :to-nlght. to I It to'TnT shoulder and I shot my sis blood, and replace" weakness with when _a force' of men under engineers : Home Made Bread 1 i

far and Absolutely pure goes' twice as Public I is::cordIally; Invited. i ter1. I then left. putting on my shoes strength.. > '- __ "__ I I I employed DY uoctractor :stor- ,
the Ribbon Flavor" is which the -
Blue will be char& d. again at the back ate and have been We ask'.every weaK, mm, ruI1- UWU,'Tie started excavating at the" cornerof x '
refection.! Ask for the 25c size. No admission Deluding fee gumbo will' hiding ever sinceaWOMAN nervous and aged person in Pensacola Gregory straet and Tenth avenue. made in.a bakery. The '
Shoe
Refreshments. I $3.5044.00 suffering from chronic The construction of the is
wiii be conducted ,and all those fystem and .
and booths loaves iare ,
be served :. coughs and Weak: lungs. to under the supervision'' 61 -Engineer : square
of Various articles."There's I You know most Men are hard on Soles t MURDERED colds, :
THE ELECTIONOF for the sale and If these give out In an unreasonablyshort try VInol on our offer to return the Muir in the employ ot the contracting every loaf is labeled. < >' f
l- Time, there is Trouble. That's I money if it does not benefit them. firm and now that the start has been .' it. l
exactly what I try to avoid., For this I ,W. H. White & Co., Druggists. made it is anticipated that there will Try I I
OFFICERS just N4MIDDLEFLORIDA Note-While we are sole agentsfor be n further delay, but that the :
Buoerior
Reason, I use a SoleLeather, : r
Vinol in Pensacola, it is now for force will be increase ana Hfe work -
"ATLANTIC" Oak, tanned especially Oct. 29.-A long distance -
the Bronson -
in near.
the leading drug store rapidly. :
sale
at progress
"ATLANTIC't : late yesterday afternoon
for the telephone message and city In tie country of large terra cotta pipe ,
town Quantities
a Each Sole is tested for its "fefiitMy? from Double SInX stated that lr every in f'l
The annual meeting and election of been murdered. look for the Vinol agency to be used in the sewerage work have ; f
had
I and the high a1 Mrs. Holder PFEIFFER'SSTEAM
Qualities must come up to.
and been on
In the city placed
"''("E'rs of the Lumbermen's Aid Asmtin prove4fruitless your town. armed ;
the
ret" particulars -
"FRIEDMAN" Standard of Perfection. An effort to
Io a
No. 1 occurred last nightIt : than that there wen the ground.
either furCer
Reason"for You run absolutely no Risk as ,

I good the association's attendance of halL members There, was and I to Sole.r.!! Part of the ATLANTIC" no. eye-witnesses Friedman to the tragedy.was pre- FASTIDIOUS WOMEN M. & O. MACHINISTS BAKERY I :
;tn* following omcers elected for' the Sh.e, Ask for the"ATLANTIC. Ifa- County Judge received.He .I consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a % RAISE
message was CENT
f'lSuIng year: tIPOTP the Thing fer you to,do-alwa; ent when the Sheriff Walker and they necessity in the hygienic care of the G T1K i
notified of
President-William Wilson.. Holder home, person and for local treatment an&
I for the Mobile
left at once ills. ?As a wash its cleansing', Mobile. >ct. 29. The
rce-President-John Taylor. refl which is more than twenty miles feminine and healing Ohio Railroad to-day granted a cent Phone365.vwww.vwH.. .
Jas,- Miteneli irw West end of germicidal, deodorizing I
Levycounty
Recording Secretary- M from.Bronson-Tn the are extraordinary., For sale and a half per hour increase In the "
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financial Seeretary-Joeeph RaneJ.rE'asu.rerChu. for the purpose of having an qualities' free. Addresa of :about six hundred''ntcalaIsts : I
wages
of the I at Druggists. Sample ,
Hudgins the .body .
t Trustees-John Williams, C.. )' .lot11d.ng iuuCst murdered held lady.over The R. Paxton Co, Boston, Mass I in Its employ., *. :t'

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excitement" the chase "with, the ffHHHffl

dogs In full cry and the game,tearingat I I '. ,' SclidCar-loacrCOOD LUCK'BAKING POWDER. :;

e 1Je iuml J ntn head4cng the'hushes speed shaking through an
t His fellow-sportsmen,, to*,' have hisadmratlon. 'HHH. tan1dy Tnt sojrnreRu Ifro. Co, RICHMOND, VA. [ ji I If
Hugh, the
There,la Old
!typical cracker,' a skilful hunter and t'r51mr11 f IHIilHttWJa mill(

marksman.. equal to an Indian In mak November. f '
DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I r lug his way through the trackless Against the leaden bleak Novembersky %, mg ir fliftiiEHimftWFmmHiHmi.

EXCEPT MONDAY forests; and there Is the general faVorite ,
PUBLISHED EVERY
r MORNING" i and Thebruches bare convey a scene : CT'l 3SS
i ,- Billy JIcLeod strong of cold j I

; i ...BY... i brave, who with -hir ready resources Though in the; month that now' .has
and droll humor was equal to every
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. i emergency and the life of every occasion passed ns by ... ;ttem. jwmnum>mi
They were arrayed la gowns .of
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I ; and there Vas Jackson, a young cloth of gold.

FRANK L. MAYES President an' General Manager :er hunter,: but one of the daring sort. To-day a shroud they wear of
i and "one of the' dead shots of the
withered leaves ,
; J I community." Of these men, of their 1 Which have withstood Boreas'

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I adventures "by camp and court" the bitter breath. .
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I author writes heartily an*,pleasantly. Chill will they be when he at last "
'But Mr. Alberton does not confine '

SUBUCRIPTION RATES ,: himself to hunting adventures with Them bereaves of the few that closely! clingin ; ; f' I -

OM Year .. ,.. ..........$5 00 One Month .: .. ... ... ., 4S narrow escapes exclusively. There death. .
Six Months ..' ... ... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. ..'. .. 16Three is at least one other and not less The rain drops down In slanting .
5 Months.. ... .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition,per'year..fl CO thrilling, perhaps, as he tells of love pour all day, 13 Tons of aking : Powder i

and hate and encounter. Then there The river chill arid dark, doth
are some quaint stories "with laugh -
scarcely 2ow
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: The Only Pentacela Newenaper From, Which a : .a/Jed and love and song" creeping In from The heavy clouds enwrap the sky ia' For a Pensacola House.

; Circulation Statement Can B. Secured. 1 f the plantation of hy-gone days. And gray
I yet he weaves in. a tiinque "cracker And ne'er permit the cheerful sun The car load of'Good Luck Baking Powder that just box-Good Luck Baking Powder by tons. Their local

I t courtship": with peculiar intrigue and .to show. came to The Lewis Bear Company, is a double, tes-; salesmen and traveling salesmen report a constantl-
I with timoui first the business .enterprise of ,this increasing trade in Good Luck-the retailers find it
? rippling fun. Ah, Winter, with your joyous Christmas to a
Ph..M {jlOtorUI looms 38 j 'I Papers on Sale on Trains Th author by his collection evidently bell) large distributor good things to eat and td thesipetradebringer, because it never fails to satisfy the

Business Office 1(00 and at all News Stands. 11 intends I prithee Come and ring November's' ncr quality of the greatest bread leavener. This.la-ge housewife; the housewife likes it because it makes the
of Good Luck lightest,most wholesome and beautiful bread
? -- "By turns to'eharm the mind, away knelL car contained 26,000 pounds Baking and
., "I' And fragrance in the heart. renw." -By Ethel Oviatt Lewis ia the No. Powder, or approximately thirteen tons. The full significance because the price is always-less than she usually pays.
: Offices-Journal Building-Corner IMend.ncfa, and DeLuna Sts. vember Metropolitan! l. gazrie. of this statement will be better understood The illustration at the head of this news-notesho"s
\ Lastly let it be remembered that bv-sayicjT this is sufficient baking powder to-leaven the car asli came to Pensacola. It tells a story t1at

over all wag the open Florida! sky New Opening Into New York. Harbor. 32 carloads of flour Although '1 he Lewis,BearCo.. every citizen of Pensacola should be proud to repeat:
:i PENSACOLA FLORIDA, TUESDAY,MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1906. and the freedom of the forest and Ambrose Boulevard Is what thai buy.' many other staple loads in carload lots A'Story Of Trade Supremacy. Every,othe "food must

plain-the bread of out-door life. mariners call the new road Io.thJi! they haveno, such, demand for any other baking be sold in proportion-one teaspoonful of Good Luck

President Should Return up their minds that the state could 12n binding.o. cloth;Price handsome postpaid letterpressand $L5O. harbor of New York says Nick J.r powder !., .AIlotherIeavenigagentssreboughtbythe, to the;baking_ for a_big meaL

get&long with $2,000,000 In tho treasury The Neale Publishing Co., Broadway I Quirk in fcis article, 'New Path ; Made by THE SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO., Sicbxaond., Va.
; Pensacola. and refused to accept more money Gotham Harbor" la the Technical j t
Through 5th Ave. and 23rd St.. New York. ..,
from taxpayers except ,for school pur- I World Magazine for November.A t .,
The Montgomery Advertiser says: oses. Argumentation,. veritable lane of light will lead the]

The president, will sail in a few The explanation: : for this remarkable Perry's Introductory Course of Argumentation I big 37-foot draft ocean greyhounds =

'days for Panama. During the time ho condition in Wisconsin Is. that the ... By 'Frances M. Perry, into the harbor of America's metropo.: Slarsaales* by Delia Thompson
lis. In 1907 the ocean-traveling?
Is absent. he will be out of touch with railroads: are footing the state expense Instructor In English In Wellesley New York' at'' Lutes begins;. and gives promise of : I
affairs at home. but the wireless tele- bills. Under a new ad valorem law 12mo. 230 stranger approaching
College. Cloth pages. nigit will be treated to a scene of j being one .of the best running in any If
the railroads millions -
three
; Si: aph system will come In handily pay nearly Price, $1.00. American Book Com- and startlinga of the' popular] magazines. The studying
for him- It is expected by the naval annually into the state treasury YorK Cincinnati and beauty at once striking; Styles-drop around
!Ipany, New will require bat Progress of Art Westward" by Allen ,
authorities that communication between one-third more.than they did wiVn picture which and take a fck I ; n
Chicago. Day is an Engaging article, most generously -
4 a license fee system was in operation.. little imagination to place it among some of our sprncu<
the White House and the presi- and t
The subject of brief-drawing of the, illustrated which, prophesiesthat
The change is directly attributed to the kaleidoscopic eye-feasts s', t garments. Bc-i
maintained of ;
dent will be by means argumentative composition is here dream the. United States is yet to be the way
the entire Senator LaFollette's long fight while Arabian Nights" or Bellamy's in the world to r:::)
wireless telegraphy during
col- J-
presented in a form suitable for of "Looking Backward." Hs will see .art center'of the world. -Mr. William I
.time. of his t absence from the Capital,I he was governor. tesjes and secondary schools. The boulevard formed by red Ian-':A, McKinney continues his valuable / a decision on yc:r
.. when he goes to Panama. The operators The amount of taxes remitted is book contains three divisions the first I a tern bright buoys flanked by the bar;: articles oa The Gateway of China 1 own wants In the tiering -
at the Pensacola naval station $1.818,335. The school tax, amountingto I ; I line-and gives
relating to finding and formulatingthe monious illumination ofTJoney Island.; with "Tiifc Gorges and Rapids of theYsngtsaa
have lately succeeded in keeping in I' 643,6SO,. goes baCK to the tax proposition for argument, the I Manhattan, and other beaches on thej i t most interesting story I us an opportunity to
communication with a merchant in the support of the'public i' explain the fine points
payers
Second to proving the proposition.! right while to the left an endless'concerning that great waterway. 1
steamer .from the time it left New i schools. This is the first time sinco of our construction
I and the last to finding the materialto stream of lights show the vessels t "Miss Tan Courtlandt's Thanksgiving" .
!York harbor until it reached Honduras. -i the Wisconsin: law was passed providing prove the proposition. Varied and passing between the observer and the': is a clever short ktory by Miss j Your every individual
Wireless stations In the West for state aid for common! provided Anita Clay: Munoz appropriate to the need receives attention ; -
et'mulatine:: exercises are I row of white lanterns standing out in I! .
Indies will facilitate tSe maintenance schools that of the school I
: !I any'part from thA first, and all difficulties are bold relief from the contrasting gloom season,, and SIgmnnd' Krausz writes in our eervlc
-()f "touch"ith the president onbOard tax has been remitted. While La-I thoroughly discussed and fully explained. Sandy Hook or the Staten Island most interestingly and enthusiastical Outside of your mc:,
lof -=
the battleship Louisiana and i Follette was governor parts of, the I The course will give the shore. ly "Hungarian Women and Their r measurementsrr
It is possible that he be able to, usual state taxes but / I "
may were remitted
into consideration
habit of doing work In a The main Ways, illustrated with: pictures of I take
Student a ship channel now being'
confer constantly with members of the in former there has neverN beena I
years ,' distinguished noblewomen and )
of the !many your genrrcjbuild
purposeful with a sens used by most vessels
way at the
cabinet at Washington while he is at! total remission.On great 1'1 Short't Talkson Tailoring
reflect those of other classes. "His Change yragelic.islope
I relation of parts an ability to gateway of America, Is.so narrow and:! I
sea in November. Secretary Taft will :! October 1, the balance in The I upon and modify the material presented tortuous with varying currents it is a:!I'i'of Luc by Anne O. Tibbits, is al I of shoulders
hold down the lid at Washington general fund of the state treasury story ot intense interest, with old I lose and and whole lot cf
to hint and to originate as difficult task for even the most expert .j 1 I j r RIGHT ,HERE 'is where you a
while the president is away. I the fund out of which is taken the I i well as to acquire. pilots to guide their floating, England as' the center of the. principal i your, temper and where your' tailor other things.
In connection with the reference .to amount of the taxes remitted, and charges through in safely particular-1]I,| scenes. "The Eorrest Home for should lOse- customer.- Perhaps that gives

the exceptional accomplishments of out of which comes the fmral expenses I 1fM_ ?" ;t.t.; MI Iy at night. In addition to the dan-:1 i Stage Veterans" by Phoebe Prescott I I When the collar of the coat shows you some Idea of ths

Pensacola's wireless telegraph station. of the state, was $2,19,411, ot I* gerous turnings of the old route, the'I I i Humphrey tells the story of "Spring above your overcoat collar it's bethoroughness of oo

it also be stated that Pensacola'si1eep nearly $1 for- every, person In the I Istate. -s BRYAN'S TRIBUTE TO # : channel is only thirty feet deep and j ji !i brook," the beautiful estate left byEdwin yause- your tailor has falle4 to give methods.
'may
It is estimated that the total:I FIGHT. # Forrest as home for veteran i
:
HEARSTS 000(0( !i the new Cunardejs now being built, enough goods from the arms up. We're already for
you
water harbor! offers an exceptional receipts of the general fund for the'd?. -::. *' -" i will draw 37 1-2 feet, so that it would !a.ctors.and "Our National= Thanks iv-. Sometimes it's because the sleeves your suit order.Hundreds .

z opportunity for the president current Calendar year will be $4,689-i Mr. Bryan's Commoner. ittH be impossible for them to enter New:i; Ing" by .Marcia Abbot Keith is a of your Top Coat are smaller than of patterns

to, return home by way of a gulf port 700. and,the total expenditures $4,327-, York's harbor unless this new way;i;commonplace subject treated In a I the sleeves of 'the undercoat which -and aH Tight
I if-he desires to do SOL %00.. It is also estimated that the << "' ; 7: ;'!?!- i- which will be forty feet deep, was provided !!most:; interesting. prevents the chat "going on right.
; balance in the. fund, January 1 will be I for them. Thuj In making Ciis The Editorial columns and "Matters I it's that won't
The department has refused Sometimes the lining
navy of Current
$1,544415.- History" discuss items 'of
The men and interests making up new path. the government [s only relieving SUITS
to'permit the battleship Louisiana, If Wisconsin had not just started I the opposition to William R. Hearstin a very pressing! obligation to more than 'passing interest, the I "slip. ,

k on which he will make the trip, to I to build a $5,000,000 capitol the state! New York afford ample reason why marine interests and the country at "American" Club Woman's Page" is None of these oats have Our labels Tailored to Taste

return via New Orleans because of probably would not have tiade any every loyal: democrat should give him large. ; probably the best The PiTerim has I in them. 0 ,
: t tax levy at all this year. All of the enthusiastic support. The -'men who given; its readers, and The Quiet "We know better.
'an insufficiency of water in the Mississippi !state taxes are returned to the people preserved the national honor". In Hearst and f Lincoln., Ho r" overflows with helpful thoughts $20 to, $50

channel. Pensacola Is therefore i in one form or another? The so-called 1896, the insurance grafters the advocates Lincoln'Ste1Ye in his article on I from the pen of Rev.. Gwilym O. Griffith -

not onlythe only gulf port "state debt" is in reality not a state of special interests, the corpora Hearst the :Man 'Mystery"' in the I the famous: Welsh preacher. The -
the Civil Wisconsindid November number of The American women win be delighted with the new
through which the president can return debt During war tion managers, the Wall street financiers -
have state debt, but Magazine. reports the following inter-' Beidemeier 'embroidery designs and
a years ago the bond brokers who-1raf-- GARDNER
but it is the logical place for and 6
the view with Hearst about Hearst's am- with The. Mother's Round Table. DRICKE1T fERSON
'
all the. bonds were bought UD by in the government's need-all I ,
flcked ?
him to d s mbark.. state with'money from what is known[ massed solidly against Mr.Hearst bition for office: Tha Success Book and Children pages I TAtLQRSjFcr MSB Vho.Carsjjpensacofa..
then' are .. I[
I as' the.common school trust or permanent their should 'Why do you want office yourself J hety to complete the best number The I
of Mrs. the widow and opposition:
Tie death Davis
;; f ; ambition?' Pilgrim hag ever put out. There
fund. The interest paid on these Was that an early are
Dr'.the president of the Confederacy, bonds each.year becomes part of the I solidify the is people fighting in support these harmful of the 'No, my early ambition was to do poems, short articles, and other minor II FRANK GARDNER. Manager. Brent Building.
who
baa cast a gloom over the southlandend income of this trust fund and as suchis man Mr. Hearst Is making a my part in newspapers, and 1 still propose features which our space will not al I
interests. low us to mention and last but notleast.br
the north joins in sympathy. Her distributed among- the common campaign and Is frankly to do a newspaper part. Bet .
magnificent
schools. when I saw mayors and governorsand any means, are The Pilgiirn's
: fcusbstnd was one of the most conspicuous I The only difference of'opinion as to telling the people just where he presidents fail, I felt that I'd like great combination subscription offers ..
men on the, political stage stands. What he has accomplished which this. number contains. -
the advisability of levying'statQ taxes to see if I coulda't "better. Fd like
during the civil war and his widow for educational. purposes has been for the people in the way of reforms hi to go into once! any office, almost to Subscription price .$1.00 a year, 10 -

has not only grown in the affections I lover the system of distributing the through the Instrumentality Is an evidence of of:? see if I can't do the things I want to cents acopy.: Pilgrim Publishing' Co.. c c m DRINK BOTTLEDAj"
great newspapers Detroit, Mich.
after it has been raised. As see done.
money ,
of those who followed the fortunes if elected governor; I
I I the taxes are based on the assessed what he will do ''Mr. Hearst,* I asked, 'would you rat 4o
: of her husband, but in the esteem of valuation of property and' the dis of the Empire State. With Mr. will Hearstin be be content to stick to journalism if I Charles E. Hughes and the Insurance ,
chair there
: loose who opposed his views on the tribution.. the money based on the the governor's you could find men to do those thingsIn 1 Investigation. fJCt
control of New York's executive -
subjects of slavery and secession. In number 'qf school children In each no more interests that are adverseto office?" I'' If Mr. Hughes' 'success with the
district -;'and arbitrary apportionments by 'Yes.: o
iwar woman has to endure more sacrifices on the people. .. Stevens .Committee had been Impressive ;
.
of: funds to the higher insti- Can you name men who, you
than man and she has na stirI tions of learning there has been some Mr. Hearst Is specific and plain in think would fill the bill?' his results as the counsel of the q

I :ring music to inspire her while she complaint in the past from the richer his declarations, while his opponents "He could, and he named one or Iiiusufance: Committee were consum- Qc

I tin her loneliness, guards the home. sections of the state, which had to indulge in generalization' and vitu- two. raator- Here he was forcing the inquisition c s: .m .

: I'TThe death of Mrs. Davis recalls the bear proportionately larger shareof peration. confidence He has taKen and the be people depended "Now this is not a verbatim report on the, ablest rand most Q Before drinking, see that you
( e
the .taaes. into his may of the interview. It Is only a true o y
sad days of 1S61-65. How fortunate tocarry out his campaign powerful representatives of political

that she has lived to see the passionsof What has been dqne in 'Wisconsin pledges.upon He is entitled to the impression densed in of one.a number'of But in them talks all con I parties and ,of financial empires. .; '0' get the, GENUINE. A word

war subside and to know by personal could be done in almost every other support and vote of every democrat saw Mr. Hearst took a personal view Every one In New YorS, perhaps o
state: 'In fact: if the franchises of the above: private to the Vise is sufficientHygeia
:
experience: that the once who puts public good of history and that he saw him If nearly every one in the United,States ,
public .service corporations were profit and of every citizen .who prefers doing in our day what the. men .he o o.
sections reunited knows the outcome of the -splendid
estranged now
are
taxed; as they should be, and if corporations good government by representatives admired did in theirs. So I put'himthis and .
4 by bonds, of love each year strength- of the people to bad governmentby question: service ,begun at those hearings
were made to pay taxes on ended with the drawing by Mr.
I cned.....'Mr. Bryan's Commoner. representatives of special privi "Then your ambition is to personify Bottling Works
the valuations' on which they make the modern American democratic Iug-hes"of the most important Insr.r.ance ,

lege. _ _ ever written Into the
La Follette's Good Work the people paydividends there wouldbe movement-not to hold office but to legislation few 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 58?.
? I ; ;;' -I- statute books. Not many know .
*$-$-
the and thus be
little ,btier- taxation necessary for express new sptriC labor
'realize the actual physical ,
fIn Wisconsin. i can ,
the expenses of either state or local ; ie "THE CLANSMAN"AND to .it what Jefferson and Jackson and he performed: If the range of the gas .. ,_ ,'
Lincoln to theirsr"He '
were
; Senator LaFollette, .of Wisconsin, gOvernmentkWW1.S4'pSWS''vv'W'v&1' .x TWO PICTURES.Jacksonville ; -1 moment inquiry was" broad, the scope of the -

baa been the object of the bitterest -U------ 'II" then he glanced nodded.up That at me is a my 'ambition ;- insurance: investigation was vast. I..t...... ... ..................$.............:

: from end most the so-called vindictive"business kind of attack Inter- I NEW BOOKS. i I >> .. '" TimesfUnlon. "Accepting? he said.this as Mr. Hearst 'did., During weekday"ita nor, progress Sunday tber! night,'was neither after : Beautiful
: M that
SWts" ""H ; :t in all seriousness, we have a startlingly night, in unbroken succession, 4 4c i Examples of Modern Ii \
t ever since he has been in public was not-ILIled with the labor of going
high standard set by ,tIle man
Times- up
The columns of Tuesday's the. testimony word by word lr.r :
life. He has been assailed un- A ;>Vt\
himself to him by. man
}xnercifuJy and incessautly by the 'The Florida Wilds. ', Union worth represented; putting side two by pictures side so that that might by work.judge Intelligenca and: Vili new clues of without searching number-letter: of books delving --i Styles In Furniture I i
are and records
j corporation forces as an enemy to A new book just out, entitled "The men sp*>inr them may think. force himself into any ofcce in this I In books that were monuments IE: : *: *
: Florida Wilds," ,is attracting a great "Th but he can't, by abilities :
I country; any '
1 and an apostle of disorder. Clansman was t
Philadelphia of
progress In their of hearing the stones :
mass,,
tleal of attention not only because of make himself the representative : Foe\ in the house be the
,
; Republican iu name, but democratic !: to be played. A negro mob"gathered those who had Information to tiT room can seen on
its entertaining and descriptive qualities the ,spirit of a people. This is a mat'tsr .
h has withstood all these I to prevent it. Fifty policemen were Abraham and"of Bounding rumors and sua.piccns floors ofbirbig double store and t
In poHc/r \? buv because! of the fact that Its called to disperse the mob, but only of character Imagine to' the bottom. To undergo room-upstaIrs

: assaults and to-day the people of the author is a well-known% Floridian-I I succeeded in doing so after the 'director -! Lincoln" editor of the. Hearst newspapers ,-this,mldnfght test of endurance of de down Ourcollection! ; embraces not only a wonderful :
ccjmtf: at large are beginning to appreciate whose con deplume, EJwin Albel'ton I had promised '
safety
of public UJl-tmd drudgery was marvelous, toarrive variety o medium-priced but of the :
goods
: the services of "the man has heretofore prevented the pub-I that he would ,use his. Influence tojI in'the chamber where the hearings many '
The ,
",whose efforts have heretofore been lie from recognizing: the work of Mr. i I prevent a repetition of the pIay.I The November Pilgrim.Pilgrim comes resplendent took' place every mornIng. fresh 'i: richest, .pieces;that have been produced this season. ;
A. E. Phllips| ...of Tampa, who is the : At the same time arrangements iiwsre of the cool- keen and resolute for the brilliant ,
| with suggestions Bedroom suits from suits to
confined to his own state. but whose writer pf'.the book, being 1, made 'down" in South j sociability dailjvdael* was a surpassing feat .:: $20 to $150; parlor i

work is now extended into the wider 'Mr.' Phillips is,a well-known druggist 1 I' Carolina for the faneral.'iif southern]I change cheering In grate seasons fires-,indoor Tean'-isgiTing and of 1 th.: ,brain and body.-From ::: $75 and $lQ9-.chairs from 75 cents to $4.50; mattings .

phere of national statesmanship. and w.as-cnce-: president of the Florida woman descended from ope ot the winter. *'Charlea"Evans Hughes,1* by Ervin >-" 30 anI 35, cents laid free.
Something of what he has done for Ijaannaceutical Association. He Is a old slave holding fampiasf of the iI Inside the beautiful printed covers \Vardi2an,3 ia the American Monthly ':: i
1>rct1t sr-in-law' .to lIon. W. A. Rawls, state. It was decided< that%he should]I Blind Farmer' of fliiew ot Reviews November. .
Wisconsin may be gathered from the a new serial, "The :
:3
of thIs: city. I be carried to her last resting place! [ :
act that, as the result of policies Forest. of wildest who had!' .. ,i pgNOWPAVLATER.RTON'&QUIi1A. i
"Big one the by black men, as pallbearers, ----- --- "' ,---'-----':'-- ---------- .
which Senator LaFollette put into spots in. Florida, .full of dangers and i once been family ''slaves and who,!,

; effect, the people of that state now! surprises' and; beauties and long. long I I when set free, remained."'tliroagh, the I Ask your doctor,the medical came for a cold : }I -. :

: 'pay 'no state! taxes, except those for sileoces', is a fascinating region well two score of years that' had elapsed,1' j C'd oathettest. ,He-ail1 say, "Bronchitis." Ask .

'and that item adapted to such"adventures: as the: &u i on the old plantation they tad worked)I t S on tin if it Is eer'%4rious. Lastly, ask bin If i
jchool purposes, even
thor dscribe8--and loses none of its i
; on las slaves. be prescribes Ayit's Cherrf Pectoral for thish ,
Is. small. The Mobile Register discusses charm, interest wonder transferredto "The Clansman" Is, the product of dLseUe.,, Keep in ctose toticbwhh your fanilyphysician .' ..lot .
the subject as follows rOn the written"page.. lIre the wild I' a "new negro" hating southern white 'scd foQdtr his advice 108 UO S Pa1afox F13
149.
f carefully. $1. Phone PenwcoU
Monday last the state of Wisconsin turkey, ..deer, bear and panther i I man. The mob was in a northern e C'h est W. k*T r.tr.tsI J.C.iSeO., ; ; !
remitted taxes with the exception abounded. and wolves and wildcats j ity. but it was composed of new I., tae5rmii-a oran 1'J: L.v.il.Ww. -
of the school tax sal this was powledin .the .dead of the night, to I white-man hating negroes; : The Philadelphia ----1--__ 'f .....t ,. ....................... ....

lut'.in: : two. The reason for this action say nothing of the smaller creatures scene repxesenied.-vhat.has,

J1v} n in news: dispatches is that Wisconsin which the big-game hunter disdained.i been so boastfully proclaimed in the

? has more money than it.knows From.tlffie inimemprial, perhaps, men new south. The silence and sadness
: what to do with. with the prospect lI.av, 4ellgbted.: to leave tie close 'afc- In the old South Carolina home fitly
and busy thoroughfares of 1 the old south.: ,
; of two anda half millions being'addedto mospl ere represented
plethora this year the state tbcitY.; and seek diversion the excitemeat Who would hesitate aVa: choice be-

treasurer Is reported to have thrown :''of. .the 'hunt! Mr Alberton I' tween the two? Slavery gone and

up': his hands in disp lr. there: being la .enthuSiastic about the sights and the white men ot the south .rejoice]

\i no.possibility of spending any part of sounds: and- dangers of the hunter's 1 but the influences for"peace;,between

ft.It.. In this dilemma the life. '. ; I the races reach back'"into the old _' .
governor ,. )
\Eaual to
.
'
ltetarJ of state and trea&Kcw ** / i3 'xSad: we actually. : feel his I slave Holding days.' \, .pny .00 preparaUoq -!t..

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i I Seasonable, Suggestions fI I i'l'I l: PEOPLE AND EVENTSj iBY i// '': .'- ) I'll" '


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: FROSTY AIR > t AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. I: Wooitig of Woman l tr I/

: Will doubtless I1
back
bring that :troublesome f :: : 11- : ,' 1 Ii1; .

: cough. If "you use our SYRUP OF WHITE : ,/1'' '# ) Began in the Garden of Eden and has' fn -

: PINE COMPOUND WITH TEUFUOKE RO. 38 AFTER 3 P. M. % :
TAR will be been -
you : going on with all its delicious 1"
consequences -
: free from the 'is 'I ...,. ...",.-... __i'' t-,; *
hemming andhackmg'tliat often : Bss.. .maxssssassaaasTHE ......... .. '
"' I It is the '
I -: :: ,ever since. starting M1
: started by damp and chilly weather; It does riot -"", j'
: o"
?
of
: point woman's life the hour in which
a .
: It BRIGHTER DAY.I Mrs. Dudley' '''
dry up a cough: cures in the rational way by : rand Frisbie CWttententjen. : it ; .
know sweetheart that t skies are .-Tallahassee True Democrat. '\ ,. ; the
: 0" & sun really begins shine.
and to -4.4{ t
i soothing healing the. inflamed bronchial : grey"' dlrs.: Rawls returned to Pensacoia '' .. :

: passages. .; And the wind.oa the'hill top ia blow Sunday night.'i :: : ,_ Be she savage or civilized it js the ::1 if.f
'
But ins' away, : ".-- i i: !. .. dawning of the great light for which .
: DELICATE SKINS : some .swee time r The young people of East Hill are ; :, every lit ,

: Which easily With a rose and a rnyme' Weighted over the prospect or reorganizing : -woman longs. 'The of how the :% ; "
are roughened and irritated W exposure I knew there is coining a. brighter story }

: to extremes ofweather, become velvety: : day Bathing Club.the East This club Hill was.Boating a source and I :?: (: '. world in every clime! has done its wooing ", :J t ,

: and smooth when of a great deal of ,enjoyment and afforded ; )-" .. the that be I
CRYSTAL ARABIAN CREAM + I know sweetheart that the days a place for pleasant evenings I -, .IS most fascinating: can told" ':'
'
: is used. Price 25c.: It is healing and protective.: i seemlong- r ,spent In bathing and boating. It is' i ,i-". the children of men" and women. ,: 1 '
Dad birds that ceased <
roses and have
< '
An excellent application after shaving. their said that work on rebuild-ng will begin : ,, .:: Read "Thev c
i song- I at an early date. 1 .7 : Wooing of Woman ; :

: IT'S SO EASY In But the some far sweet away day : -; 1 't -' ', by Katherine: Le kie in the November : '
: Mrs. Dave Levy and two little chil- -
: To neglect I that cold, but it's also easy to find a : ,lOU strong.'shall be mine for our love is ;dren, Vivian and Manuel, and their : .A Number of our new magazine ,j', : a I': '

: good remedy-our, SYRUP OF WHITE PINE .. -.Fhl Advertiser.'r: H. Armstrong in.Montgomery nurse ile, where will leave they this will week spend for several MoJ .' ', '- . -* 4 t

COMPOUND WITH TAR. Price 25c. and 50c. i [weeks visiting relatives and\ friends. ,

+ Agents for WHITMANS CANDIES. .-'i-. .-'i-_ i :
: HUSBANDS WHO NEVER PRAISE, ., Jf ;
1 Mr. H. D. Frater who has been in ,
Apparently there are some men in *
Montgomery:: for several days visitinghis
I the world who would not be
likely
The "
Crystal
Pharmacy sister. Mrs. Nickels and takingin WOMAN
to live long if by any possibility! they the fair has returned to Pensa' :
should.be betrayed into praising theii cola ,

!: Brent Building. wives. The man of this descriptionis I .

self-sufficient creature, who evidently ,
."' ''.''.... ...o..o ...... .....: a believes that creation was Instituted ,:l, Captain: and Mrs.! Jacob Kryger ,
have gone to Mobile to visit friends !
for his benefit He is' a lit
_- for a few days. During their absence '
tIe surprised and a good deal annoyedthat Mss: Ida Anderson will have- chargeof .' Now on Sale at all News-stands

things were not arranged more their home at 319 West Belmont.I' f '
J. F. DAVIS JEWELER to his Eking: but he tolerates the ar "- '
I I.OO-aYcar :
rangement not because he approves 10 cents a Copy $ .
Mr. John of Jacksonville
,Now in ">e f it, but because he.cannot help it. I Osborae
New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St. The wife of this man is a woman 1 Is visiting his brother-in-law Mr. THE FRANK A. MUNSEY CO., New York .
Scarritt :Moreno and family at their
would And
whom no old maid envy. -
this Ii home, 620( North Barcelona street
should
no old maid ever marry
man when hs first wif? is worn out j ..:;''t.>,!f.. .?- .

and la'd in the grave; if she 'does she I Mr. J. W. Leadley has gone on a them, remained in Petersburg Va.. DOYOUOESREII VI;1' t
$2 5.0 will! regret it to her latest day-that short business trip to Savannah, Ga. where she entered the Southern Female lOC l fiRM GEFS j.i
is, unless she has backbone enoughto He will return In a few days, accompanied -, College. '

the where he belongs and by Mrs. Leadley and they will r '
put man "
will buy one of Howard'Chandler Christy's beautiful keep him there. And it is never:i t spend the winter at Miss lillie Tar Mrs.. Alex. Rosenau and little son, BIGCONTRACTPENSAC Beautiful :

pictures in full colors, handsomely framed, with pleasant to any true-heartelt woman tor's, 18 West Jackson: street. Well have returned from a plzasantvist ,
'
to: feel that she has to master her -"t't to Mrs., Raseijau's; sister in New
many striking designs to, select from. husband in ortfer tq live ,comfortably The friends in Pensacola of :Mr. Orleans., (RON PRKSAWAR ;

with him. The man who never praises and Mrs. Ralph Holberg, of Mobile : ?!..>,!f.-'i-. Cornplexio : ; V
Coe's :!3ook.: S"tore his wfe! will find fault with every, congratulate' them upon the arrivalof Miss Minnie Hanway who has been ED CASTING WORK NEED-

New Brent ,ildn1. Phone 235 thing on every possible occasion. It a fine baby daughter. Mrs. Hol the charming guest of Mrs. E. G. .
to berg is a sister of Mrs. A. M. Cohenof ED IN SEWERAGE IM
is the easiet .thine in .the world Qulna and daughters will spend thisweek '

._- -- ---___ __________________________,____ find fault-easer than the proverbial this city.'i with Miss Edna Avery at her PROVEMENTS.The AND '
gliding down hill. It gets to be a !: home corner of Barcelona and Gads-

habit with some men and they are The beautiful new home of Mr. and 'den streets. Next week she will be .. .
bardly conscious when they 'are exercising Mrs. Max L. Bear; on East Hill, is : the guest of Mrs. R. H.: Turner. ... BEAUTifUL -
IL nearly completed and will be ready I .-'i'to.-'i-. Pensacoia Iran Works has. been '

FALL SHOESEVERYTHING Why cannot a 'man show his wife for occupancy by the first week In I 'Mr. and'Mrs. Lewis Willis leave awarded the contract to do all the
CHOICE I
casting in the construction BRACELE1
that he aporeriates her' efforts to November. i Saturday for Montgomery to be necessary

please him? Whv cannot he. pra'se -= 'present at the marriage of their son Mr. of Pensacola's sewerage system. The -.
Jj I the pnddins: of his wife as well as Letters received from Mr. and Mrs. Walker Dorr'Willis, to MissT:Annie W. award was made by Contractor Storris -
and there were bidders from
the pudding! of her neighbor Mrs. :Franklin1' Moss Whiting stated that Lowe, -'which occurs November sev
Jones! WhY' cannot he speafc kindlv! they would leave St. Louis. Sundayfor enth In 'that city. Montgomery, Birmingham Mobile another -- ?

that's/new, correct and of her mince-pie. and charitably of Denver Colorado. After remaining .?. cities. .:* :
her sooner cake? Why. cannot he in DenTer for a few days they Mr. W/ B. Bartom hag returned The contract calls for.tae casting ,
desirable in FALL FOOT WEAR awaits you say that the bonnet is'beccmine to will continue heir trip "toward the I fi. at Virginia, where fie went on a of about 115' tens of iron into manhole

here. '- ', the fac of the woman who loves h'm? i setting sun," ..arriving later In Cali- business trip last 'week. Afterthe covers, gratings, etc., such as I CAN HELP YOU TO BOTH ,
S : Kind wards make a wife haptnrv and fom!&.. rstif November }Ir. Bartom will will be used In the'construction of

No matter what price wish to no decent roan" oueht to' withhold : move tfs family into: the Herron. rest the system' and is probably the largest [ Send ONE DOLLARl l

.you pay; them.-"ircCall's Magazine! x* ;. < .Mr. C. L., Brawner of Castleberry, dence on Palafox Hill single contract for casting; alone write name and address ;-; I

be it $1.00 or be it $6.00;orany: : of the many "" .*Ja Ala., arrived yesterday afternoon fora that has ever been awarded a. foundry : \

I PENSACOLA GIRLS TO GIVE few days' visit with his brother Miss Lola Tate of Washington, arrived In PensacolaI plainly. If you are dissatisfied :
find here
popular prices between,4rou'll HALLOWE'EN PARTY. :- Mr. F. E..Brawner. yesterday afternoon on a visit money refunded. .

reliable SHOES in the l latest and correct A -number of ,Pensacola's popular -= to Mrs. W. A. Blount Miss Ttate's I GIANT MAGNETS. -
will a hallowe'en Mrs. Archibald Marston has 're friends will be delighted to learn that I .- BANK REFERENCE :
styles forMEN young ladies give from', visit friends In hbbile. :visit- time in Pensa ... _
dance to their friends at -the C. K. turned s to she is to some Tbe Operative of Lima ) .i., ; !
J nights cola. She will be the guest also of Load With Them. L. J. MOCKLEY
of A. hall on Hallowe'eq ", M
Everything is being put In feadi- .fJ.. Mrs.E.. O. Saltmarsh during her stay I I The peculiar properties'of aa electric 1133 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. '

WOMEN ness for the affair, and it is going to Judge and Mrs. Li. J. Reeves have here. .current often lead one to fancy thatIt I '

I be quite! recherche in every*way- Several returned from an extended trip which I Highest in quality but In the reachof may perchance be endowed with.the ,-
BOYS, MISSES marches will be engaged in by Included New York Petersburg Va., -Blue: Ribbon Lemon and spirit of Intelligence so mysterious are
everyone
the young ladies and gentlemen who and points -hi Florida., where Judge Vanilla. Absolutely twice as its inner workings.
BOOKS
l.
r ( pure go tj tjI
dominoes Reeves attended court. Their daughter -
and CHILDREN. white
will be dressed.,In far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" Is I A most curious use of electricity\; lathe
Miss Dorothy who accompanied
x I
masks.
and white of perfection. Ask ,for the 25c size. I adoption of lifting magnets In ma .
will be one
magic
No words expressed here can ,impress I. the Hallowe'en chief amusements of the party FURNITURE An IN chine shop and mill practice. An electro I You have read some: ;t these and hearS : '

hallowe'en supper :will be served HATS OFF. THE JOURNAL WAS WINNER magnet in its simplest fccn con-I of the others: they were the "first etl- t .
a
you half as well as a visit: to our store.There's and the mystical hour of twelve. fists of a piece of Soft iron Wound with ers" one to fire :yean ago. Teu take; no '
at Facts About the American Indian's The Rhodes-Futch-Collins Furniture a large number of turns of insulated I chances In burins. V book that bar bees t'a'
: money-saving and more style' -'i-.fJ. "first seller. '
Healthy Hair. Cots ad In Sunday's Journal was a topper wire. When an electric current I
CHRISTENINGAT Choir Invisible To Han sad to Ho4Castle
and more wear for. rou in our kind' of Shoes A DOUBLE CHURCH.A I The American Indian accustomedfrom winner. I was an attractive ad and rasses through the windings of wire I I Craneycrow, The FClax of Light. ;
GERMAN LUTHERN time immemorial to go bareheaded It sold goods too. However there converted into ,Red K(' lfers. Lightning Conductor. Vir.
electric forces
than you'l1-well the other In all kinds of weather Is in It. The Buck the are i glnian. When Knighthood Was ia Flower,
any we: mean ; double christening occurred Sunday I was one slight error magnetic forces and the coil of wire Sea Wet, Alice of Old Vlnceanea. Crtola
Luthern church, never troubled with falling hair or stoves were advertised at ?40.00 one i
the German Chicago Prtnceos. Calumet K. Tba Pit,
at .. all the
kind. and of sort iron assume
: F. W. Relnaardt officiating. f baldness. > dollar down and one dollar per month, core !In the Bishop's Carriage' Little Minlstet .
R.2V.! J. christened The close atmosphere caused by but It should have been $1.00 down characteristics of a common steel magnet The Voice or the PeopT etc. f,
Command see for yourself. The little ones who were I Price In first-class binding ,
Eva Marie Hartman, whosespon.sers our "civilized" head-gear is conduciveto J>T>4 *tflO p*>r week instead. Watch i and .l"tft5. ;
were
Miss Eva Pfeiffer and the breeding of infinitesimal germs this firm's ads In The Journal and it The operation of lifting magnets la:
were
Riedel and Charles Henry which dig into the scalp and. thrive will save: you money. Quite simple. The.magnet Is attachedto ,
SHOE :Mr. Will whose sponsers were :Mr. on the sap of the hair root the crane hook and the ends_or the HARRY T. HOWLAND -
BOSTON Peterson This true of baldness is of Sick Headache Cured. ,
cause
I J and the coil connected
Hendrix, Mrs. Dave Deloney ;wire forming are.
STOp Geo. Jennie Anderson. recent discovery and explains the non- Sick headache is caused by derangement directly with the dynamo. The craneis Manager De Luna Book Store;

690Jl Miss The pretty babies wore lovely lace success of all hair-vigors which of the stomach and Stomachand by in then swung so that the magnet is De Luna St., Phone 1 _
treated baldness as a functional dis digestion. Chamberlain's
117 S. Palafox Street. christening! robes and behaved very order. Liver 'Tablets correct these .dis suspended directly over the metal to =--J 5,

prettily during the ceremony. Newbro's Herpicide is a direct exterminator orders and effect a cure. By taking be removed. The magnet is then lowered .

.-'i-. of the germ. 'If destroysthe these tablets as soon as the first Indication until it comes ia contact with the Just Received.

Mrs. Dr. Edwards, of ilUligan, Is cause and permits the hair to 'of the disease appears. the object the current is turned en, the Imported Macaroni. Sweet Oil. Cb-ML
l visiting Mrs. C. A. Roberts at her_ grow as nature intended. attack may be warded 'off. For sale hoist is raised and the mass of metalto Pill Pickles, Saner Kraut. Mackerel CodFish
Feet. Onions. Pilot
Pigs Spanish
need have no terrors for home) 701 North Seventh avenue"'I. For sale by W. A. ryAlemberte by all druggists. be moved clings: to the magnet Bread French Navy Bread. Everyt&iatftre I
you :n.M druggist and apothecary, 121 South When the bad reaches the desired !' and new. -

IV! ASH DAY if you send your washing to Mrs. B. SI. Solomon and children, Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps $5,000 TO PENSACOLA LOAN ON GOOD INVESTMENT SEe point It may be dropped without first Witch Hazel. {LOO per gallon. ,
The Co., Detroit CURITY. Marine Grocery Company.
who have been enojying a ten days'visit for sample to Herpicide
The New Method Laundry lowering the magnet or It maybe lowered .
with relatives in Montgomery Mich. CO._ j I V. J. VIDAMaltag., .,. i ii
FHONE Nell I'etbod Laundry Bldg. W. a14Usr the current shut off and the material
1186 LAWRENCE.
E. W. Prop. their home in Pefisacola 1 -.4
to
returned In rolling
have i
U your brcssfils rug persists deposited gently. The crane operator -
AGENTS WANTED. : ,
: up at the edges, turn it over and needs no help to load or unload GULF CITY COFFEE CO
.
apply a good coat of, glue. Let It dry and the work can be flone in half ,
Mr. Henry L.. Grady, ,of: Apalachicola visit.- "The Best is What We ,Sell"IT'S before turning; and you will not betroubled the time'with a saving; of'from threeto H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager.
business
is in the city on a j i I
-&&&. any more. four men.ew York Herald. I Roasters, Blenders and Sbippers of
-
Mrs. A. E. McDavid returned Sat-
RICHARD HUDNUThTOILET urday'night from Montgomery, where Don torture your 'eyes but humor Fine CoffeesOUR

she had been for the past week the TIMEto them, ,for If111 treated they revenge GRANOPA'S BOY..?' 1.' I
guest of ..Mrs. J. M. Cody..: .I themselves by making formidable wrinkles i v COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL

I -'i;. make yourFruit and.crow's feet.' 11 Year Old. Boy Writes Letter For GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL

ARTICLES AND EXTRACTS Mr. F. C. Benjamin has returned Him.a '. "
*
i iI An 014 &ea.ty Recipe. -
from Jacksonville and with his family ------ ----

... I win"make Pensacoia his permanenthome. ? Take half a "teacupful of fine oatmeal "I am a boy;' eleven faz*' old. In ,

.'. I Cake and" gradually stir It Into a pint the fifth grade n grammar' school > .

i : of boiling water,,usIng a double sauce- : !and my grandfather wantg me to National Biscuit

.. Are delightfully agreeable this season., I A postal received by a friend in j! pan for the*purpose, to prevent any write you what Crape-Nut' has done

Every lady should have them inher; > '. I this city from Mr. R. C. SackhoZtj: :i for possibility of burninj. Let boil till for"For him," says than a Calif,,, j>ojf.. ie Company's Cakes i
more was
tfty
years
Seckhoa
states that.he and Mr are i iI clear looking; then strain through a I
dresse'r.Ve also sell Mulhen's 4711 of tie: Crescent i THANKSGIVINGDINNER. troubled with a Jt'nd of nervous chill
I taking In the sights :: i boil again, and once more strain. ;
cloth have -
which would attack him: the night We a very complete
Cologne and Soaps, Heubigant's' Extracts City! where they-will be several days To thl!* add enough rose water to makeIt especially when be was.ijt jrery tired, line of these cakes,

Coudray's Extracts, Soaps, Face I longer.'i. !.. 11 pour easily and" about an ounce of and no cure could be found for it
I
Powders Piver's Extracts Mrs. C. H. Fullerand two little glycerin. This may be perfumed In "Also for about ten years 'he was and wafers, our sales be-
and Sachet
Alice Grey and"Willie: Chester We have all! the Fillings. anyway you like and Is recommendedto troubled with f1d.igestf011.which ing so rapid that there is '

and Sachet Powders, LubinTs Extracts, I children., left Saturday morning for: their I|I London Raltin Layer ,Raisins 16 oz., pkgS..1c Ib..1312CSeeded rob Into the skin to prevent rough- caused heartburn and,he cerald only in

and Gallet's Sachet .and Face i home in Jacksonville. after a pleasant j! Seeded Rai In*. 12 oz. pkgs..10c' ness. Bottle and shake. well before eat a I'ttle bread. an4 milk for sup- never any difficulty
Roger
visit with Mrs. Fuller's" father"and i Cleaned Currants 16 ox. pkgs, 15e mm .' per. and even that careful diet did keeping our stock per
,
Powder and Soaps.Atkinson's ExtractsLautier's ; Cleaned Currants 12 oz. pkgs lOc not always prevent It. .
Mr.,and Mrs. W.: T. Etherj j Citron, IS.i..30c
I mother. Extra Fancy per I fresh.: The crisp-
? fectly
HiH. 1 ID. pkgs..10caLACK "After eating Grape. 1ta. for a little -
Extracts Idge on North Fancy Dates Eaealop Cau. Bead. : ,
attacks
the of heartburn
while
cracker
of
.-'i-. I ness a you
II EloPed calf's head may be made and indigestion disappeared altogeth .

We Have Filled Over 200,000 Prescriptions Since,Beginning! Business Mr. John G. Wood ha;> 'been with confined I II I MOLAanESMIXED, l from the pieces "of -meat left over fromraIX's er. ,%; know, is half its good-
several days
to his home NUTS.
In tie
head eoup. Place a layer "To-day at the ige.of'78 years he I
ness.
I an attack of SPICES, MACE.GRAINED ETc.:NUTMEG bottom of the baking dish. then a layer Is hale and hearty. anff :!s' entirely

i LaGrippe'I''I't of tomatoes: ,then a sprinkling:of bread cured of all his :old trembles.. I can

ri1brte Mrs. I' half, a teaspoonful of celery\ never .thank: yon 'eaouzfc' for what

W A.D'A1 [cola, is visiting her daughter tMrs. ;: Gerelds seed i layer of chopped parsley and a I Grapa-Nuts has:,.dona': for. .lay dear Sol Cahn & CO.

Dexter M.-Lowry, at the Rawls"home ;: Rosenau of then another layerof grandfather v _.- _
dusting pepper; ,
.
on McCarthy street. This -is Mrs.Rawls II "As for myself, .believe Grape-
4 r breadcrumbs and soon Food Stor
I *-first visit to Tallahassee/since j I! FANCY GROCERS meat. tomato Nuts Is the besf' fc Druggist and Apothecary I going to Pensacoia: ,to live and bet; THE until the fish l Is filled having the while "school"Name given SMtiraest CfV,.lafn sad lutiPhonts ...

friends -*are makng It extremely 4 last layer breadcrumbs.: Put over the by Postmn Co 'Battle Creak' Mich. '
PAUFOXST.Phone .
109 I, pleasant for her. The occasion of her 1 116 SOUTH .a tablespoonful of. butter cot Into .Read the. book, "The, itoad tq "Wellrllle. Ulo '
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121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE I visit was .to make the acquaintance t 391 bits. Bake in a moderate. oven thirty: ; ." In pkgs ': ,. I I
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r lot her youngest ,grandson, Master'. minutes. --j_ }easoa' :+,/ i'j .
Dudley ChIttenden. the Infant son-Of ,
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I ESTATE f $3350 Win buy 6' good renting houses, DESIRABLE &CO. JPANAMACITY'1
REAL ,
corner LaRua and A streets. All ,
Will -
new renting $45(00 a year. '
pay. nearly 14 per cent DeLmna Street "
'120& Elegant little .room dwelling. E. ''WE SELL LOTS...

lC1d'\))' SALE::' ; :. i Strong street.---..:. "
918.
; lr'lJl ; OFFICESfO'R Thiesen Bailing Phone i
: ,See our list for other-bargains. I ffLORIDA ;

:: RENTS COLLECTED' AND PROMPT. ..- .. '. .. ,----..-, I [
: : i RETURNS, MADE. RENT '

'. MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON .S ,736.00:-I.oU ii'h'Se. Cor. block 132.
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REAL ESTATE MORGTAGE8. .
Cit
2 Dwellings on large corner lot, 107x110 feet.!excellent neighborhood, Isew. }
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on East Wright street .......... .........._ ,.,C.IM jI ..,*... $4500 00room i WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVEST about :.. i
; IN PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU They'will be ready in -

; '- dwelling on East Zarragossa. street near Seville square:4.$2100: 00 ITHER. three weeks; are on second floor, $12004)0) Eleven lots block 270, New City. NEW DEEPW&TER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL I ION

Large 1 story dwelling on East Intendencla street ._.......,.,,...".;,$l000 00 i 'WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY' of Chamber of; Commerce buildIng. .....
WE CAN SEL,LIT. Gas, electricity jand toile : ; :'--:0- i
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; 7-room dwelling! excellent neighborhood, on East Hit!;with, lot,110x. 232, I BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY

150 feet. stone walk, stables_ etc ...,.........:..'! ..,,..:t'-A.:,{..$4500. 00 Fire Insurance Placed in I$100000.' -New Fpt 95 City:feet,_ Splendid through block fruit- and t :

3 2-story, 8-room dwelling on Wright street, near Palafox ..;,.,?...$000 00 I First-Class Companies. I good _neighborhood.. i -

6 room dwelling on corner lot on East, Gadsden' street, tot 120 132'h Three-Story Building: t. I Panama Hotel open, Saw and Planing :Mill ma- !

feet, with bath and gas .......,............?.... ,,,... ....,... $325000 East King i
: : LESLIETfiROOKS for Rent. I $130000. -All of block 117. chinery here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :
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: Tract.
'S.room dwelling desirably located on North Alcanlz street; with lot i < .
50x170 feet .. ..,. $2000 006room : Wagom .Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings : .
; : ; ; : ;: ; This is north of the ,Chamber of l .
wittTzQ; : Atlahta & St. Andrews Bay Ry. :
dwelling at Gouldlng. fronting the railroad f Real Estate Commerce building, on DeLuna (5' block 138 going up., nearing
land .........................................,t.,......-........''i... $250000 conveniences [$1300. osw Quarter lots) .
street hasall modern CIt7Tract.
; ew the .
: .L. i and Insurance. and is adapted for stores '! :;-: I city.

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. offices or small hotel. .* : i I
For particulars apply toMcDAVIDIIYER $ 500.00--F lots NW Cor block 42 THE'GROUND

'HOOTON &WATSONjTHE i iII -. West.t- King. ,Tract. on car line.._ 1- GET IN ON FLOOR

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RENTAL AGE TS,,' i IFQr Safle CO. $.SOO-oV-Lots' 21 and,22.-' block 112* onI' .
([)> :.North Palafox st.. : .- Write or: See :
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: 1 Real Estate. Insurance' and" Loans, ii Agent ,New" York I' ... :

'Ph'o etJo -- Life Insurances Company. $1Soo.00-W: %. block 251, New City Tract I i: THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY !

i No 37 S. Palafox Street. 54. i 100 EAST GOV.ERNMENS.ST.' I

$250000-For an Ideai'Home, 514 North Phone 700. .Pensacola, Fla.X .
: .... ............... .............-........ ....... ... .... Hayne Street with, a 7-room modern and hall _.. i. '.; tt'$3000.00- tots 1 to 6 (W%)'block 29. New ,... .................... .......t.- ........... ...

: I _ _ _ cottage. all conveniences I City. East Gregory, on railroadJ /
for lumber yard.
J _Splendid? I -=

HELP WANTED. WANTED. $300000-For 212 West Wright street avery -
desirable 8-room and hall LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY

,f residence with large lot. $13500 00...;.Elegant lot on Garden street, ,
to learn barber trade POSITION .WANTED by band or gang 80192 Southern Hotel
WANTED-Men. saw filer. Work THE STORMHas near Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
The'well-known Moler System of Colleges guaranteed. "Filer. i
founded in 1895 located in fourteen Care Journal. 27octlw

leading citfes offer splendid advantages, Money to loan at lowest market rate I READ DOWN READ UP
practical experience qualified ,Instructors WANTED-To tent, a second-hand type- of interest not affected the values :of Real $600000-Lot on Intendencla'st.reet, near Trains. Nos # TraIns Nsa
life scholarship. registered diplomas. writer.. Apply at the Mayes Printing Co. Mortgages on real estate In this city The build.t : ,Ba>'-len, 77x170. I 2 4 u __ 3 1
Estate in this
t positions and locations. Catalogue mailed Soct bought and sold. city$100: 11:05pm 11.ZSam ................... ..... -.....!...... : & 4: 'P"
free. Moler Barber College. New Orleans.* All of the Maxent' Tract west of "C" Ings and wharves that were destroyed 1:10am\ 6Opm M.................Montgomery.....:.............Lv .35pmI1.l: :
La. iSoctet street now for sale-// will be replaced by more substantial' 11:4am 9:10pm Ar.................Birmingbam. ... .......... 4:2Opm:31&11I
WANTED-A six-room cottage to rent. Pensacola has before it $787500% x1%%. corner Chase and Bay- 75pml 3:11am_ Ar..Nashville. ................Lv 8:4i>am\_ 2: all
WANTED man ti assist,with housework willing to pa*..130.00 and willing to take wildings. len. This Jot is within one block
and tend to horse. Apply (19 N. two years' lease.1 Address Box 84. City. the brightest fall of its future.. I have of Palafox street, and will double 8:00pm LSiaml Lv.................Nashvlile..Ar;: 8ilar i0ilm:
: Corner Gadsden. :28oct ISoctlw In value.OTHERSFOR. 1:26am 8.15am !r.......... .......Ev .....,............. t 3:00am tIIpu:
Palafox
made arrangements to take all the 1:40am_ IOpm ..........!........ Louis...................Lv S:4.pm_ 3:3f.1II:

W'ANTED-B&rber wanted for colored YOUNG LADY wants property offered below Its market ..-.- 7SOpsnl 3:27am1 Lv..N8.ShYllle.: .................... 3:2Tam1il
trade at oao. Good shop and good position as stenographer Fisher Real Estate Agency value. If you are afraid of Pensacola 2:10am. 830am Ar..Louisville..................Lv t 12:45am t.SOpu:

trade. Apply to Adam Leary, 24octlw Florala' Bookkeeper and assistant," Care bookkeeper., Journal Address Real Estate bring it to me, I will:buyIt r THE ASKING. 70a.mIl:00n'n: } Ar..................-.Cincinnati...................Lv II.OOpm! 5:00pu:
COLLECTION OF RENTS A
Ala -
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S5octlw from you.Some I

HELP W.A1C'1'mD-Good cook at once. SPECIALTY., BETWEEN PENSACOLA. MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
Good
Apply 820 N. Baylen street. 24octlw ; WANTED-To buy a well-trained pointer 87. These. Homes and Interest
Phone .206 S. Palafox St. Money! 1&7 2&.3 4&1: 3& 2 I&d a&8
dog .Must net: begun shy. Address
t WANTED-AD experienced nurse for lock box 62. Bag ..Fla, 2ioct6t'WANTEDdOOd lots I L, ,Bearing Property. 00am 11:05pm 11:Ham LvTAr ..........Pen sa cola..........Ar J i 5.OOaml 4:OOpra 13ipm
A block 12th
young baby. Apply to Max L. :: quarter (5 ) cor 10:45am SSaml 4:12pm ............Mobile...........Lv fl2:40amll| :5Sam\ 2:Sspm
Bear, 81S N. Barcelona s ee1f.rs.24octlw street and 18th 'avenue, overlooking $1750.00- 12-room. Z. tory on 60-foot lot, oopm_ 1.15amJi5pmAr._ .......NewOrleans........Lv ) 1:15pm.) ..... .) 9.Z5anFLOMATON :
In room, with bath at- MISCELLANEOUS.REV. the Bayou, one of the highest points East.\\right street. ,

WANTED-Two and 10 W. Intendencia draymen.street.Apply 23oct at 8 also tached.take breakfast first-class and neighborhood supper if convenient In New,City. two blocks from car.line I I. PENSACOLA. RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.

Address P. 1.. P. O Box SAM JONES LIfe and cheap at $1100. .
: Sayings by very 21 1 1 1 I 3- I Ttalns do not- atop'atstations I 2 I 4 II S
'WANTED-Engraver. clock and jewelry 671... : ,ft oct21 his wife Is the .biggest ellel'ever published A block ZOO feet front on Bayou $550000-For 2-story, ?.ro m dwelling; Dally IDallyIDally many'' _where no time 18 shown .,DatJy! Dally\Dally! Defy
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repairer with tools. State experience Price $% 50 Magnificent outfit Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't alan 4-room cottage both modem .::::-. Lv..Flomaton.-.Ar 12:43' 8:25soo
and right to territory. only SOc1- Don'tmiss.tJ ,45; ,2:3 1:2i
age and salary expected. The O K. WANTED-To' rent.a s -room house in chance of life to .make touched by the water and not a singletree conveniences and includes SU of ...... 2:351: ............Century............. 1.40: 1.1: 8..1.:: .
Dru Store, Florala. Ala. 20oct! a desirably neighborhood" by-a permanent Write quick your Circulars.free L. blockon 9th avenue.$2000.00Ico. ...... 5:01 %:41! .2:50)) .._.......Blutf Springs .......... .1:33 1:15 8:1i.
tenant -Address. Box 103, City. Nichols money., & Co., Atlanta Ga. blown down. One of the prettiest ,' ...... 5:17 ..51 ..,...;.....McDavld ............ 12:22 1:05 8:06,
WANTED-Neat white girl to do office ; ISoctlm Sites for a residence and the safest ...... 5:30 1:0. .1:36 .........Pine Barren............ .1:08 12:25
work. _Apply room No. 1. MasonicTempie. MATTRESSES "OVATED-New tick i in the city of Pensacola $5,000. Davis street lot ...... 5:39' 3:11: ..3.50 ..........'.....MoJino ....:........ .'11:59\ 1:43 1:551
19octWANTED WANTED:-All kinds beer:bottles. I pay furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car- I 1201: North ...... .5:43 ...... .4:04. ..:.....Quintette..11S1 .12:34 .1:39:
can 15c dozen. I handle all leading brandsof pet taken up and matting.laid Leave I 60x125, %2-story; with bath cheap.53500.00Gets ....... '6:51 *31).4:11) ..:.........Cottage Hill .......... .11:44 .12:25 .1:34
-A cook. For particulars 16oct2w.WANTED |I wines beers And whiskies, and still orders at Watson Parker Reese Co's. WjiiiteoV ...... .51 an '..:1 ..'.....Cantonement.-.......... '11:40 12:26 '1nl::
at_14 East Government street. I manufacture well-established cough Wesley Duncan. 7sept I I ...... '6:01 .3:344:23. ...............GonlaJ ............ .'11:3 %: '1:6,
wanted Apply medicine. Joe Roth comer Tarragona I A house. in good neighborhood and the 5 lots and 6-room cot- ...... *'G:03 '..3364:25 ."..........Roberts......,...... .11:33.12:19 .1:24':
-Fertilizer Carpenters 14oct and Government Sts. IloctWANTEDFirstclass DR. A. W. HERMAN. Chiropodist near business. district for about NW Cor. Reus and Cer- ...... .6:15 .3:4S ..............Ollve.............. .112.1:09, '1Ji
: Goulding Company. room 301 Brent Building, 3d floor. .All $3,000. tage ante on. Buy and this ...... 'S1 '3:51 .. .....,...,.Brent...;.......... 'ILI5,. %: .7:0i: ,
WANTED First-class carriage black- I corns bunions ingrowing nails removed -. ;*;A ,1 \for renting improve ...... 6:25 .3:54 .4(0\: \ ............ Goulding ............ ...11:11 '12:01 7:0: J
smith and- woodworker. Good position hats made new. Cleaning hat cleaning pressingand Old scientifically without pain. Manicuringa List your property with me for sale. i good property. I :....._..... 63& .:.4vv ._ Ar-.h... Pensacola.- .......Lv .,_ 11:05_ 11:55_ 7tiYJll

for right m.... Address John G. Welsh I blocking. Satisfaction guaranteed. specialty. 24octlm* I

Carriage Works Pensacola Fla. Suet Panamas. &0c Straws. :25c! ; Felt 35c: II I I I t I I r I Xc ..1I
Derbys 5c.. Victor Louis 100 E. Inten- TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit $5000.00-Elegant little home on North I IHill. !. _!_ -I_ I, ;I AM
dencia street All trees of all kinds! ;: also hedge plants aU modern conveniences. '
come in. 6octlm' 1:00 Lv..PensacoIa..Ar 11.11
LOST. furn'shed and planted bY'S. .I>. Jackson, J. W. Bullock Jr.Real e 5:00..I 1:13[ ..........Bohemia.-........... .I..10:501.-... ...... .. ".1.i
WANTED All on terms to suit customers. Best refer C '1:1S ...........Gull Point........... 1'1033......hJ. ..' 'I _
S. D.
know that- owners are or for poultry to ences. Address Jackson" City. C 5:25..I ............Ynlestra............ I...... ..... ._ .1' '
LOST .Lady's gold watch; lost either on brated we agents the cele 14octlm Estate and Mortgage Loans $2200.00-No. 1306: East Cervantes street. e 5:29..C. 7:1st-.Escambia.........:.. \ '1 '4'C
dummy orv between dummy depot and anteed Conkeys to Poultry, Remedies. Guar- CARRLVGE f This is brand new and can be 5:40...... ... 1:25 ..."....;:...1Iulat............. 1'10:28..I.-. ... '1' .
KandyKMehen. Reward for return to kill flea,.cure lice rupe and coolers mites. gape Also and their to WAGON AND in SHOP-We 214 East Cor. Government and DeLuna Sta. : had on reasonable terms. 5:45.: ..... .......... ..............Harp.............. ... ,..y11
our new quarters.
the Kandy Kitchen, SOoct wonderful eg producer,F. S. Mellen & Intendencia arenow and prepared to do '1:35 -............ City:........... . ".) :1 t
Co. Phone No.334. ISapr in wagon and carriage building everything 'and .. .., J,39: -.-............ ............-. I'lOlS.-. .. '14S
LOST-From between Thiesenbunding .

books marked and wagon L.Rix& N.M. depot.Robinson.Packageof Suit- WANTED-At once a four-or five-room repairing.MUSIC-Miss E. L.Cawthons Herring: Cityl4ott Studio. 386 Box 173. Phone 637 $102500-Wright Oets 2 houses street. and Worth 3 lots$130.00.West C 5:57..S.:::::: :::: -1M. ::::::f::;:..Mulligan.Range.S ....:;::::::::: :: ; :::::: ::::...: :'11

table reward for return to Rix M., Robin- cottage. ,Must be close in and In good Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special Houses in good repair sale.if and always ':38. ......-.Crestvtew:........... <<,n
rented. For
OIU. 30OCtlW' neighborhood. Address 133. Care lour attention- given to correct breathing and quick S ........i..Deer Land........... 9:12.-. .. !. 8J'I
nal. :25sep! placement.! Miss Beatrice White takes FOR SALE.FOR S ........... 1I:56f.. ..........llosly Head...........- : f. -.41
"LOST-J'ackage of papers and shipping pupils In primary piano. elocution anddramatic ........_.. 8:35..DeFuniak SprIngs....... _._ .)1
letters addressed to the keeper of the S 8:09...... ..... 9:44 ........ ...... :.
TAILORING: L. Diamond, Tailor art Phone 1284<<,. Miss Caw, have property for sale or exchange, .Argyie. ...... 1.4 ...... 449
you .
life saving station. Finder please notify ..... ..... 9:1i7 ........ .
Gent's clothing cleaned pressed and repaired thor 810 Miss White. I4oc SALE-Ten different Pen 4cola List with us for qulcjc results. ..Ponee 19 ...... .. ;
Captain Broadbent3ooct2t ...... ... 10:10. ..........
on short notice No. 11 Wet storm scenes on souvenir postal cards ; ; 7:11...... 4 :S
Government St.. Pensa'-ola Fla..Va TARRANCE: & ADAIR. Livery, De for 25<:. P. P. P., Box 336 City. SOoct 10:22............. 10:15.. ............ DeLeon..e. .1:12...... ... :
J.OST-Sh1p boat, marked 'Noach VT Funiak single or double teams nightor 10:45.............. 10:30 .............. .. I: -ft ...... .... ';C
of Kungsbacka In stern; was lost from day; new rigs good service, polite FOR SALE-HALL-BORCHERT DRESS Salesmen: 11:12.-. ;..101. ..... -....... ............; 4:37..4. 1
alongside mv ship Saturday night 13th WANTED. R. Bingham wants your drivers. Give us a trial.. hone 50. FORM-"Perfection Adjustable." Can 119 ............. 10:08 ...... ..Aycock.... .... ...... ....., "
October 1906. Reward for return tp B. moving and* hauling He guaranteesall Coctlm be adjusted to 60 different shapes. Bust 11:43...... ...... 11:0: .....Cottondale........... 1:18 ............ 4'!!
AnderIICDlaster Swed. bark "NoachVI. breakage. I'hone 30. and hips. Cost $15,' price( ,now JS Goodas Jas. B. Perkins. Wm. B. Runyan. 12:10.: ..... ...... .11:::: ... Mariann&............ I=.(j ._... ..._. I.S,
." 16oct DRAWINGS Of an kinds:' Hull. Englce. new. Mrs.. Geo W. Clutter. 29 South 1:44 ...... ...... : .....-........Cyp ss..h... ..C. 1i:38 ......... 1.n
Carriages repaired and Patent Office machine and misc. madeat Spring street.. :!oct \ *12:55...... ....... : .:Grand Ridge.......... ..... .... '. '1
WANTED-floats built to order horse repainted reasonable rates. Patentable ideas de C---_ Advertisements. 1:13.. ............ 1:02. ..............Sneads............. .......... ::,.
BOARD AND ROOMS. shoeing a; specialty. J.. G Welsh; Cairiag veioped. Sail boats launches. Address FOR SALE-Car load fine horses and Legal 1:30.. .............. 1:15. ......River..lunctton......... I..5:32.........'0' .3C

CoWANTED. W. C. MGo1\'an. Pensacola,'Fla.. Sseptlm mules with Just calf.received Can be; seen also at two barn snllch on Office of Southern States Lumber Company 10:50.AM: .. ................ PM 1:40. AI' ....Jacksonvlile... .-Lv ........ .. r11. I

: TWO: connecting rooms rurnlshed suit- J. H. PORTER, sailmaker, 718 South cows Intendencla street.' Turton & Mc Pensacola, Florida, October 20, 1906.Notice t
West :
Lble for light housekeepingexcellent -The MerdAnts Transfer Co. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Millan. Sod is hereby given that the annualmeeting Trains 21 and H and trains 2 and S carry through sleeping'car bet1reeD Pe a'
wants your m01Inand. hauling. All stools and house of the stockholders of the South-
awnings, camp cots
business district
leighborhood near Ap- cola and Jacksonville via.River Junction and Seaboard AIr LIne.
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors reasonable. States Lumber Company will be held
-a. etc. Prices 31Ja em
663. 30octlw
>ly phone One fine Jersey cow with
SALE
FOR -
Proprietor. Phono 978WA1"TED.1l at its office In the City of Pensacola, on
young calf. Apply 809 East StrongSt. of A. D. 1906. on Trains stop ossignai..
*feOOM-Hand omelv furnished southern SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Oertin& 27octlw the 14th day November
& Co., wholesale and retail ship chandlers 11 o'clock a.'m.- Signed) F. F. Bin ham.s.t..TV. .
exposure, all modem conveniences. 2H kinds of electrical work.I __.__. .. nctloaw2w_.__ =
Only first-class ,
and hous
grocers. .n
blocks from postotfire Apply 236 West sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand FOR SALE-One-half Interest in the O "
Government. Phone 70?. :!28octl* other electrical supplies When you of kind In city. Fair prices to an. K. drug store. Florala. Ala. Purchaser ". OF PUBLICATION.

need me ring 345 or $55 E W. Peake ar-1 must be competent to manage business NOTICE the Interior. Land Office DIRECTORY SECRET SOCIETIES.

:THREE DUNFTJRNISHED ROOMS with New Star,,Laundry- Bldg., E. Garden. CARRIAGES- Floats built repaired to order. Horse repainted.shoeing Clean stock; cash trade. H. H. Mc- at Department. Gainesville.. Flsu. October 8. 1906 ..-- --------
gas and bath. Apply 222:! West Bel- a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Company Dougald, Proprietor., 20oct Notice is hereby given that Mullen Flowers
: 'mont. 28octt W Ar-"TED-8eco: -hand\sacks of all descriptions 2feb of Dyas. Alx. has filets notice of his PENSACOLA LODGE, NO. ;9.
";, '! wanted. If out of town ship PANAMA 'CANAL EDITION if Th intention to ro"ke final five year proofin PROFESSIONAL.T. 1 Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K of Fmeets
ROOMS-Funv:shed or unfurnished for them tb us, if.in town ring us up MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOW. Journal-a magnificently illustrated support of his claim. viz: Homestead every Monday evening at ]:* I
rent. Privilege light housekeeping. 254 334 or bring them to us at ':1N o r lie Mims Proprietor. Furniture repairing magazine containing scores of vie1of Entry No. 33.312. made December 7. 1903 clock at their temporary Castle Halocer !
: --ast: Gregory street Sod Chase and Aloanlz Sts. F. S. ,Mellen! & of an kinds, carpets laid; furni- the city and harbor. For sale -:.t ail for the E* of ."E'4 (or lot 1). Section Pou's stable West Intendencia it I
Co. .: 2sjulHOTELS. ture packed for shipping' Phone 6:. book stores or at The ->ourafJ office By 15. Township 4 north :Range 34 west. and G. YATES M. D., Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. :
.c FOR RENT-Newly furnished front room Next to Tampa landing. 22apr mail 20 cents. Ilsept that said proof will be made before the H' DEItNUU C C i
In private family, southern exposure Clerk of the Circuit Court at Pensacola H. HORSLEt K.. )f R. i &
2 Ceslrabl neighborhood and near business I' MATTRESSES AND' FURNITURE FoR SALE-A pottery work with steam Florida on November 30, 1906 He names Optician.,
:
center Use of bath gas and phone. Mattresses made to orders- old onerenovated i engine steam drying room. moulds, the following witnesses to prove his con- -
Apply to 422 Welt Gregory or phone 13a828ootlro. New ticks furnished. Second -' I and everything complete for carrying on tinuous residence upon and cultivation of 306 Thiesen Building. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
hand furniture bought'and business. together with the finest bed of said land vii_. Luke Flowers of Bay titi.
bolstering and repairingdone...JJOlli4 E: pottery clay in Escambla county. .Lo Minette Alabama J, W. Beck. of Bay Meetings of
NICELY furnished rooms for rent: i HOUSE-300 feet west of Union in the city. Apply to or address Knights of Colum *
TWO
IBRIGG3' Belmont St., city. Phone 771. Davis cated right Minette, Alabama, Mallery Flowers of .,
I Wright.street: best location their r. i
I on held at
of bath and phone; convenient : Reese. ICseptf are
privilege R. P. BayMinette, Alabama, S. s.
Mfg Co., C. T. :Daris, MST. Boyett, of :
house to stop at. Rates Intend
best rooms..best 00000000000000000066000000i 8 West
to car line. Address 1203 East Gadsden Bay Minette, Alabama. W. G. No. .
%27octlmo i 50c per day. 21octlm- jj-; barroom and aH fixtures; Robinson cia street on !*lMonday
.street i SALE-A Register oct ISoaw 5w I. atl 1
H. ALFMAN n. Coppr and. Sheet pool and billiard tables. etc. In fine L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph.. M._ evening
,TWO nice, large unfurnished rooms for 1 I BROWN HOUSE-r-DeFuniaz Springs Iron Worker; ,cornke work and skylights location. At a bargain if sold at once In the United States Court. Northern t; o'clock. An ijvla'tC
rent. Apply to F. R. McGee,.at T. M. I Good beds; airy rooms, elegant ideals; a specialty; roofing. guttering and Address box lOS City. HseptygSLEFour District. of Florida-In BAnkruptcy-In re Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN ., Eon is KnghtJOhN extended: '
C. A. rooms. 26oct free bath and sample rooms. Special repairing 109 East Government; opera J. Hi Hoist and Victor HoIst Jr., Individually and SURGEON. ; visiting; JONES
t I I building. Phone-1316.. 2ju elm good schooners, suit- B.
attention to 'traveling men. Rates $%.00 house and partners as Hoist Bros.-
Residence 12 N.
.. and river. Ad- Office and Palafox. Grand Knlbt.
J.
TWO ELEGANT ROOMS with every day. J.R._ .Bro.WD.1.ProP. able for lake, sound Bankrupts-The creditors of J. E. Hoist S. LEONARD,
per -
convenience in private home. North 't dress "M: ," care Journal 21aug and Victor Hoist. Jr.. Individually and Hours: 9- t6 11 a. m., 1 to B p.- m. Recorder
Hill Location choicest In city; with I- ; 65. -
Phone
as business
partners doing aa Hoist
table board convenient 714 North Bay- HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the MONEY LOAN. FOR SALE-.-At a bargain paying Furniture of
Bros; Pensacola. Fla.. said district. OOOQOtOPOflQQOOOgOQOQOOOOOQ
American and
European plan. Intendencla St. REBECCA
24octlw year. at 138 E. DAUGHTERS OF
business
len street _
arc hereby notified that on the 27th day
Special summer :rates. First-class in 2oct of
I Address Box 325. City. of October A. D. 1906. they Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters
were duly
respect., Pleasant and .
; ; desirable every conven M
Two rooms ngbt
RENT- centrally Monday
FOR lent. 'Mrs., T. :L. Bowen Prop. Pensa adjudged bankrupts and that the firstmeeting :Rebecca meets very -
located; convenient business 15000.00 to loan on good security Pena AUTOMOBILE-Sell or trade: nearly 8 L O O F. baiL"lsl::;I
o'clock In
of their creditors will be heldat Frederick Ausfeld4\ F. M. Blount.
:Fla
eecttonj hotel and first-chss boardinghouse cola. t. I5ap cola Investment Company. ,Ooet new and in good condition will eell OT. my office 506 Thiesen building. in the sisters cordially Invited to be present
: southern exposure. Reasonable I trade for a good horse._ Address J.C.Brashears city of.Pensacola Fla, on the 10th day AUSFIELDBLOUNT I. MRS. J. T PULLIAM. N- G-
Loctlm
r rates modern convenienee References. BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European HAVE YOU IDLE MONEY In the bank' Milton, Fla.FOR of November, A. D. 1906 at MRS. HATTIE NEVlLLix Sec
exchaqM. 302 North Spring 21octlOt street plan Rooms light and clean. I can. get you 8 per cent on.Jbe best CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen 10 o'clock a. m., at which time Architects -

i I Transient trade solicited. S75-E79 South possible security. Leslie E. Brooks, 11: SALE handsome rosewood the creditors may attend prove their
in :
Palafox. JOB.., .3...Nlcolau. Prop.EDUCATIONAL.. South Palafox.l oct20, & Sons' piano can be claims appoint a trustee examine the 312-314 Brent"IdIr 44 Moces B:dg.; RATH BONE LODGE NO. 39.
ROOMS for rent. Piano .seen
FURNISHED A bargain.
NICELY case Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala.
bankrupts and transact such
with or without board. Table board. by caUtoK at the Kandy Kitchen. Soct.FOR other business Rathbone Lodge. No 30. Knights oj
: and bath. No. S FatefuL MONEY LOANED ODi.real..estate and as may properly come. before said Pythias meets every Thursday RWCastle : \ !
'phone, gas 2loctlm personal property on short notice. SALE 10000 acres round timberland meeting. C. L. SHINE* HalL Members of sister 'c

:; _ _ _ _ _ ,. .. Terms easy. J- W. -Bullard 28J4 South 12.600 saw mill timber and saw Referee in Bankruptcy., WM. A. BORMANS and visiting brethren cordially I'"rleato
t --- Phone 1144.I at a bargain. ,Several ROPER C O
,FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply SOl -- Palafox St. mill. M-room hotel attend. J. M
Z10CI IOLA good farms and town properties. C. J. LEVET K R. & S.
W. Chase street. MRS. BARTON MASON will opena Architect and Superintendent
: school of Shorthand and Typewriting. CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at elgh Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley'FiLlaept --4 -
ROOMS AND BOARD for $1.50 per week. October 10. Apply either at 314 S. AlI per cent. If you t have. any that you : Pensacola St Andrews and Office 305 Brent Bulfdlng, meets firs' .:>4
No. 81.
Good eating. Apply Mrs. Laura OoiAe.. canU or Typewriter Exchange. 313 want Interest on .see me about itIt Gulf Pensacola, FU. M. E. B. A. evening at 130!> PRaSord "
SOOSest Romana. uotxzw Brent building. 2octlm win be absolutely safe on real' utate FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply Steamship Co. I, third Wednesday West Ipten'l.ct *
I No. 10
,
oct tinS
.. security.' Leslie E. Brool.8. PbeDe.4n. to The Lewis Bear Co. "- STEAMER TARPON. A.. G. IELI.e pr.'"
&trett-
ROOMS FOR RENT with of privilege bath and of : borrows. SALE-Lodging house. corner of : W, d. BARROW, Matter, 3. L. SWEENEY. Sec ,
tight housekeeping: use MONEY TO LOAN-'Everybody FOR -
FIRST-CLASS
;j:i phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson.or I FOR RENT. money from Jno. A. Hall A Co. 14;4E. Palafox and Main streets. established known asDunns '* ,FREIGHT PASSENGER SERVICE. AND I I I
An NOTICEThe : F.
phone 143'1._- lloctlm !. Government St.. When. ,In need call! business;Lodging everything House.(completer rood EN'ACOLA.-Between-- PENSACOLA LODGE NO.4.1.Q-

.:. PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to : FOR RENT .me nice scores on" East on us. investment for the right man. H. Muller LA.CARRASELLE.ST.MOBILE APALACHICO. AN. Woolley Sanatorium the Institute !I Pensacola Lodge No. evening 4. J. 0 a' 'J*
I6oct only Thursda J
board North Hill, second door from } Government street; beap rent. TheI afl of 400 S. Palafox. DREWS. meets every ,
; on MONEY LOANED on kinds personal i- MILLVILLE. I Belmont ard l>-
.
No. 8 in the United'':States where the!at th .new hall on -
"; 'car line. For particularsaddress Fisher,_Real Estate Agency. lJuly property on short notice. Terms for sale. used An ? ttong.; _I tlmTwo I I easy: J. B. Gray & Co, S 'IV'.. s Itomana. SECOND-HAND- Address SAFE 'P O Box 492. rabeUe and Apalachlcola. Opium, Cocaine :and Whiskey! habitscan Ivlted.street Visiting B. R. WITKOVSKT N u'

for rent FURMSHED for light housekeeping or unfurnished Phonenot. rooms FOR room RENT for-nnt A. R.suitable Blngham for has furnitureor storage Phone 1165. to loan leb W.--only S.__ _Hooton.one_..._____ year._ .12_ .E. _Intendencia._ ._ _.. ._ ___ __':oct. for. tli MobDe.+ s' Pensacola Ala 8CH EOULE.Sunday' I:%() p. m.. with be so ranch cured ease without for the exposure patient,Only and I I l' A. KERLE._ Secretary _

or apply room 3. :!04% South Pala- other good. 194 and lOG South Tarragona UNLIMITED amount tof money SA.LE-B1acksmtth shop and dwell. ; -
,;:: fot _._Hoct f .street.: Phone 619. on all kinds of personal property.- Op.- FOR tog excellent location near ice factory tor Leave St. Andrews.Pensacola. ,MiHvIHe Tuesday .30 p. m. 30 days' Ufne', required. Describe W. O. W .
% large
business nen on Apalachlcola.
cial rates
heoN large lot. good water reasonable Carrabelle! and your case and I will write you an No. 1.meets J
i good trade Intermediate
; FOR REXT-Rot'ins cheap; real newly loans. .York. Load 'Co. 20il Fla. points. Live Oak Camp W.:1t'
Palafox.THOS terms at Marianna. AddressW. I- For additional Information eerily to..R'cos opinion as to wha t can! accomplishfor In Pythian ball the
1 for South
suitable :
clean furnished rooms Fla. lOoctlnj VIsiverelgn.s ;:
; housekeeping on the h1LLocation E. .Taylor. Chipley. : "*. R.SAU ER5. you. :Ask 1Qrfamtly 'physicianto Wednesdays in each month.
light Nice clean old for ;
I and health Close to Ime.Prhllege papers PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loan ] | Preatdent- cordial f g.mc Co .
high ) car General Frt. and Pass. investigate. Dr. B. M. WOO tl1. 104 .
and Romana F.
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L' $tj og. of Phone phone 1213.and gas.. Apply 314 lOaug E. sale at this_office,:lOc'per 100. Sts.Up- ta1nI..corner Palafox. ." Itseptlmfe Subscribe for The Journal...;_7: 4 .- Mcola. Fla. Agt. ,N. Pryor* Street:%._Atlanta,. Ga. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.I .

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JOUR'N/. ... "TUEAftAY_ MORNING o' ,O-.ER3J) j :I
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.. NAVAL STORES. --.7- r. >

: iULCAMThy Savannah. Ga.. Q\t. 39.-The naval i'1AskEDocf f
stores market closed today as 1 liows: Yesterday. '

.. lOOflNO ww WG. ..!....:,.,,"..'..."..""" .i...!:...... ... ..6 00 '. Acacia.Irene', Aust.Br ss,BS for, for Genoa.Genoa. : : .:

4 } *..... ..!. ...4f.u.......;..,...._...-I'.5' .. 8" Alicia. Br as, for Galveston. .1U i .
4 31 ... .... Barendrecht, Dutch for'
grrring. the hou e owner who .. 500 ss. Buenos .
: 1% i ..............i....; Ayres. .1 : '
443 5 "
feeling
of satisfaction.r ...... .
tscs it a great I ... .. .... .435
4 4 r ? Because he knows that "Vnlj H ..............,.......,.,.,..415to420 VESSELS IN ,PORT .
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6 Roofing is the roost perfect, S F .,..........*..!.* 4 07 4'lGto4lS.% to 4 19 : Steamships .
4 .*..,.4 05 cAsuSctolLde I-arr"iaga, Br ss. Kramer, .tJft .
and wearing roof protection % ,
S3-Lilcal Rosarlo
to
g .. Golf Transit Co.
: t' Tbafs ....*......... .A.3 3 95 85 August Belmont Br ss' Clarke 2967, rE ';
[ Why """ Newcastle
Spirits Turpentine"6 .4" cents.. on Tjrne to Gulf Transit Co. .. :
wlxmlnster. Br ,
'ss fcpink 1231. Havana
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to ma.sttr.Barendreocht .
Vulcanite WITCHER, ZEMURRAY & CO.'S DAILY >
Roofing Dutch ms, Hoekstra, %09:.
REPORT. "
Gullport to Cary & Co.
.New York Cotton Market '. { 44 .
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Benedict Br as. Roberts, 1758, .Kingston
UKIVEKSALLY used.
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is Ojwn. High; Low. -Close to S, P.'Shotter Co. j

: roofs can,be covered quickly and January March ......,io.z 1030"t Gracla. Span ss, Ruts 2953. Liverpool '
Ola .10.Uz 1J43 10.20:! 1035 to Gulf Transit Co. 1. 1
"No May ....;.19.56 11.56" 10.39 10.45 Ida. Auat About Schlitz beer. He knows : :
i oeS: ike new. speculation aboil.4U1anite. October-10 14_ 10.13 10.06 10.04 leans to Gulf!sa.Transit Hresllch.! Co.2093..'New .Or the \
: ." December .10.14 1021 10 05 10.10 Kirkstafl, Br U. Hinde. 1 > -
: Colon to 1
Urerpoo/'gpots 5.35.21ew Master. : : f'

.. Ask fee fll. "Kaosa Thatiack I BeRt"y0ucaigetttrtghtkTefntow. '.. Torfc,.Spots 10.SO. I H.Tug&a Baars &Bl'. Co.ss Xlcnoa 214!. Cardiff' td ; importance [: purity.Tell : -

.. iA Wheat Grain and Provision. _Market. Ships. _.'- I I ; : J JI': '
M. Avery Hardware Co. :
Open. High. Low. C1ose I "
: Avanti, Nor

... I I.May December Corn.-............78.73% 784 74 77 7314?* ''7JU4 14' ,I I.don to master.to -ojder.FerreiraT .ort ship ship Anderson.Barroa, 506 1648, Lisbon, Lon. [ LL : him_ that S l'Ii1itz! beer, is' aged .for'Irtrt iU !


I".December .Open......3* Hi/rh./. Low. Closet. Canada Br ship.. Spurr. 2237, Rio ; : -k--. .

.. aiar Oats..-........44% 44fc.3S" 4JV 4* 441.31ji*,. ,:,Janeiro Ingrld to Nor Pitch ship Pine Dannell.Lumber 1260 Co., Antwerp -. monthsbefore, it is marketed-aged in glass $3. I :
to McK. Oerting & Co. '
December _Open,.13* ;.Hteh.' <33i Low.33 Close. ,. Lena, Hal! ship Tassara.. 158L. 'London ,
% 839 -
; to order. 1
May. .,.../.:.Zs5s. 35% 35 J5 enameled l steel '
Barks. tanks He will ,
_; Market. :t ,say' that j it >
New York Stock f Afredo. Uruguayan bk. Maragas.. 987 :

'I': SOIL: Pac. ................. Open.81% Close.91% Montevideo to H. Thornton. < -..... -
r Alfhild Swed bk, Svensen, t .
Copper' .....................111*. 110 to master. 1332., Durban I ..rli. cannot cause biliousness -. t
.A. S. R. ..........._.....133%, 133* .
Andrea. Nor bk. '
.........: Quale. 114. Durban to : ,-.
Atch .W4..w. T..liil? ieii '
A. R. .:....................(155 154 master.A\on Itt bk : : = "J ; *" ;; .:::1;
B. R. T. ...................79t; 'l8 Avegno 1477 Genoa to r :- -
B. &. O. ....................11314 11934 master.Campbell, Nor bk ,< I : 'fi Tell: him that bottle is d" f
... .. .... .... Hausken. 1100. : : every } : astelJrz
...6 _C Erie, F L.. ... ; .. ... ..43 53% 43 62i Sta -anger, to McK. Oerting & Co. J,..'> < t.. : *,. -xg. ;'.-* \ _. ;. ,j l'
Chaema Nor "
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bk. Jorcensen. 0-
557 1
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- U. S.,. Pfd. ....>................104sJ06"47() % 67H\. Fleet Hereford.*ood to Nor order.bk, Jensen, 1380, Rosarioto .' ," after it is sealed. : He will! :,that such-beer.; .1.
(R. S..e.. .............. 35T* 35 order. : say ; /
1... &.N. ....................;.144 143 4 Heimdal], Nor bk Hensen. 1354 Hull i v
y. HICKS'1 Lead v...................;. 74% '74% tq order. -- ..

CAPUDINE 54.{.. C.I P. ......IIII"ir.I.m.l73: 941*, 173 93' Humberto Span. bk. 1111. 'Battle. Ha. must be less. '. d <
to order. ; < ger
:Can.. Pac.' ...................si%* 175 4 vana Isabel Browne, Rus bk Lindqulst, 1231, -II It.--: 7. ji
\1 I _11 I IMLDiATILI tutUhEADACHES f. Y. C. ..................18 % 128H Hull to master. .' -. I!: .. --. 5-
Reading ...................141'i 140% Kink Oscar IL Nor bk. Johnson 752, .' .- -.' '
;t. P. ......................171V 171H Rosario to A. Zelius. : 1'4 f
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27U Lilla Nor Ask
27" doctorwhat {
bk. Aanonsen 1030 Santos i your "thesv :
-;pm fJK4k1 *> 0P COLDS >. R ....................... 3333.?. to order. ;,:" rt s. m al' ; :
',am F4P! I6t.Tz1 1". a L ....................1$1*, 157% Lluis. Uruguayan bit Lopez, 709 Has .: : -; } *
-am $ kJiIoFFEE Peana. .....................140V 143H vana to order. : ; : 1
',ana I:. P. ............,..........182% 181% Maria, Ger bk French. 1*!!. ,Kings .. )- '. .-' ,' .
' Lynn to master. to : i
am'prapra Torments of Tetter,'and .Eczema Al Marina Madre, Hal bk Slmonotta Ask for the Brewery Bottling.Common .. you -._
layed. 1463: Genoa to order. : f !

:,amT ] The Intense Itching, characteristicof London Negpore to,A.Nor Zelius.bk. Ojerdsen 112S, East beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz.To ... ;

'Pm'pm eczema Is instantly, tetter allayed and like by skin applyjneChamberlain's diseases Port Noach Natal VL to Swed.order.Olivari bk.- ,' BurgfeUt. 1260 avoid being imposed tipon, see thai the cork or crown is branded .;, '_ -:;\ I :

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Ital bk Genoa .
Costa. to order.
Salve and -
many; severe ; : p -;,: .
Wo arc the Plonee cases have been permanently cured Pallas, Nor bk, ..Johnson, 1219, .Ply .. .' 'f' i <<
by its use For said by all druggists. mouth. to A. ZeU'ia. = .' :t.. '
Jpm Coffee Roasters of Superb, :Noy bkf'L"Uch. 1934. Antwerp T 1 :. ,,:
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NOTICE M. E.: B. A. ,NO. 1. t j
ipm:;am'aily West Florida. A special meeting will be held Wednesday Schooners. --AP7 ". '. -. '
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evening at 7:30 m. Businessof .
importance. A full attendance p. is re- Donna Christina. Am sob' ..UcLeod. 163, ,; .: I : ", .r'
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Belize "
E Quested.J. L. SWEENET' ,, A. G President FELL Domira.to master.Br sell, Reddie, 2CMH, St. Lucie &r NSEJJ .
f GHUGH'S'BlENDS' Secretary. to master. \ : -
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Heucken. Am sen. Bryant 475.
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Havana to master. -:
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LIST Or CLERKS Real Estate Transfers. 4 : -.-
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Following a list of the .real estate : -. '
,\convince the con INSPECTORS transfers recorded yesterday furnished by 4C ., : .
the Pensacola. stract Co.: '. -
noisseur that we I n n!'::. p C Phone 16 -
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make no A. A. Fisher to Frank B. Lee-Lots'-3 The Lewis Bear Co. ,. :-
l extravagant CHOSEN BY COUNTY .COMMISSIONERS and 4, block 58 West King Tract-J100 '
and other -valuable considerations.Emily .-.4II Main and Palafax Sts., Pensacola \J; \
claims.
TO CONDUCT THE Lot 13. block C. f.hkt Preston King Tract Gordoi, east- 4 \ : >-

of Tarragona street-$125.' -
NOVEMBER ELECTION. R. Immons:: to C. M. Covington: trus he Bee '
-.M Wholesale and Retsll tee-The east 98 feet of lots 19 to 22. in- : 6TIi .f
M cluwye block: (4 West King .Tract 41000
:11 and ether considerations. ., (
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Si Precinct No. 1-D. M. Cherry. James Thos. C. Watson by attorney to Aubrey ( -- "
; GROCERSand Maura-The east of block' 185, West
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Jones, C. W. Andrews, Inspectors; A- Jj .
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Tract andother considerations.The
: ((1 King -Jl

,:36 47i all kinds of Feed Benton.Precinct clerk.'No 2 Ployd Athey, IL C. Mil- ., to Pensacola Aubrey Maura-Lots Land & ImprovementCo. S to 13 in t Made Milwaukee fa

((31: Ire. J. F. Helton. Inspectors-. H. White, block 144 New City. Tract-J1CO and mos ; '
other' considerations.W.
)::i Stuffs.Pluto clerk. .
)::14JU A. Blount to Aubrey Maura-Lots a--
: Preciact No. J-W. W. Kiri>sy. Harry 9, 10, 11 and 12, block 144, New City J. t.
9:15 Lewis E. G. Brewten, inspectors' ; G. A.l1orr111 J500 and other .considerations. .

*8:38i:1I1::52 WaterWholesale Precinct, clerk.No. Jehn-Ixo.gren.. E.C Pad An Awful Cough Cured. :'444+.+...-..-.44'_-'T..... *......... ...+...........,..+.+ I! ..... ,.". ,.,...,: '""" -== = ,. 1

gett. Will Brlggs. inspectors. John Gates, "Two years ago our little girl hada 4 I
1:40: clerk.' '- touch of pneumonia, which left her :
537: Precinct No. 5J.' C. Cowan. AIeLWebb. THE IMPROVIDENCE OF
;:43 W. A. Waters Inspectors.: Jas. with an awful cough: She bad [ Witcher Zemurray &Co. : : ,
{:20 and Retail. Nicfeolsen, clerk., spells of coughing just like one withJ .
&:00 Precinct No. 6-Thes. Darlson. C. H. the whooping cough, and some : : .
j:53: ,-v Jackson Alex. :!cVoy Inspectors;. Ollie
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si Jennings, clerk. thought she would not get well at MANY PEOPLE
4:SI Precinct No. 7-A.' D. Nlcholsen. J. O all. We got a bottle of. Chamber Commission Brokers. ,
4 424:39 !New Orleans Grocery Wiggins Ward. E., clerk.A. Tucker. .Inspectors; C. M. lain's Cough Remedy which ''acted > .

355ji Precinet No. 8-Tajlor Crabtree A. like a charm. She stopped coughing
: ; L. Math 143, A. Fleming, inspectors; J.'IkMcCaltam. and got stout and fat," writes Mrs. E Pensacola end 'New,Orleans I is not due so much to a desire to spend every ,

::3:01:41::31 Jas. McHugh divanS Precinct J..T.No.clerk.JTllingim 9 J. A...GUmore inspectors. M.; P.Stur-M. Ora remedy Bussard is for, sale Brubaker,by all, druggists.I1L This. t: II V.,. ,Intondencla. 'r' :820 Common. cent they darn as to their failure to under- ;

clerk.Precinct stand the value of small economies. If
4:00M .. Prichett L a
' Phone 1O5.Florida ProDre"! No. 10- .J, T. RIgsby, Burgess $5,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD SE. _
[ Rice Bryars, clerk C. .1. Ward', inspectors: A. T. CURITY. PENSACOLA INVEST. 4[ Cotton Stocks, Grain Provisions, | start, no matter how small, would'only be -

.sa. Alabama Precinct Noi 1> J.-W. Emmons, W. C. MENT CO. and
Williams W. L. illcoa, inspectors; J. B. bought and sold on margin:or for investment. j
Stewart clerk. NOTICE. : f liii income each week or month the lesson of

LAND COMPANY Wilson.Moyer Precinct, F.clerk.F.No Bingham.12-, J. N., inspectors Andrews.. ;W.C. E.It. The polling of November places for 6 the,. TiU..beplaces generalelection' .. I 4 Out-of-Town. Orders Given Special Attention. ** I economy would:soon 'be learned. Start an

Manufacturers olaad .Precinct K*. I J-Thos. "WT.'Kent, Jaa. C. usually used, eicept in precinct : account here to-day. One dollar. does it,

Dealers la' Clark.Mrnko' fwrk.Preciact Otto". WMteinapectors' ; Julius: No. 4, where tte voting place Direct Private Wires. Telephone. No. 1173. : and it begins ar once to draw inter st for -
- IUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES No. 14-Jos. Brown Dixon BReed will be at John Yates store. 1 -. -
AND KILN.DRIED SAP. ; Sr.,.John O'Brien\ hispectors; ; .Abe A. M. McJFLLAN i you. .
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I' -" -_. Daniels Precinct clerk.N*. 16-T...S. Caro, Phil Sanchez Clerk Board County Cominssloners.2octiwk. 1 ....e.O..... .$O......'.."" "" .
1:31Iial Jmoa Wtrtehead:taBpectors; J. B.FJera. .
} deck. ::
St Precinct No. 18-H. 'n.. Batcher Luke NOTICE TO MONEY LENDERS.. f
Flowers' ,Jas Hubhlrd.Jnsectors'W.. ..B. i I will not be responsible for any debts C.W.L: *IMP.President JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant Cas",,,..
l:' New H&bbfrd. ciE'r1. contracted by my wife Kattie Brian on K.! E.CLARK.Vice-President anI Cashier. j.W.ANDRE S. Assistan Cas:'!!!'. FIRST NAL L B.ANK
NoV
17 J.E. A. W.
Something Precinct Spoon any of; my household. goods tw otherwise. IJ
Majors. Hiram fugS9r inspectors; T. N. (Signed.) ALFRED BRIAN. -

Adams:rreclnot clel-k.No. 18-J. W.-- Bowman J. A. THE! [ AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OLA. FLA.

UI'< Will1ams. K C. Johnson, inspectors; T. T" '.:
J. CusMon, clerk.Precinet
1al.f'n'bul, Something Fine'fhat's No.' 1t-A. B.-!FuhingIm. F.' M. OF PtNSMCOL/l. (4*. Designate Depositary of the United States.W. .
. Wood. E. A.. Hall inspectors; J, B. ..
THE TYPICAL AMERICAN, .,
:erl CQ per clerk. Opera House Building.. .
20 W. M. McCurdy. 1L .
7lt11a4 H. Knowle PreV3 e at. W. K. Hyer, Jr., VIce-PresMent and Cashier.
flAil Newberry inspectors;
F. Jlartin.
tt.L what we: are- Mark MoCardy, clerk, is familiar with Webster's Dictionary ; DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Thos. W* Brent. Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts Ant Cashier
No. 21-John Bell."M. E. Hen. F.C. Brent, W.A. Blount W. H. Knowles W. K. .
the Precinct Director*- Her Jr. -_ _
putting on mar C. aa his guide and authority from SURPLUS $6 .600. .
derson. J. A. Patterson. Inspectors; R. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. ::: i. D. O. Brent.
. ket. It's in the Vaugban.dark.. his earliest echooL-days until he -
shapeof I Precinct No. 21-IL: Bowmao E. N. : "DIR' CTO 1S. --__------ J
small all-Ha- .tem1gan. J, H. King:.'inspectors; W. It.Ma'O reaches the highest rarE of official aa'W; ;
- a clerk. t Frank ; F.Z. Brawner I
Relllv
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C. Kellnm, D. W. power, business responsibility, or Henry L. Covlngton
I'.o %3-iL .
vana five cents ci- PrecInct. ..a J. M- pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco, C.W. Lamer .
Helium Inspectors;
cit 1lowmkn W. J.. literary en :1ence. 1. F. 4cGourIn. J. R. Sounders 4........44....t I
cleric.THREE'MORE Bi DunHody.. _
an
Seymour
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It is called >
atling gar. The New and Enlarged Edition A. 'M. Avery *VV. H' MIlton, 0. I. Maura, I

t BODIES Lof Webster's Internatloiial Cicttccary -, W.L.Ca"lh.... S Dr.W. J. Hannah, \ .KcnzieOcrt/na I I J'.o.e..O-.l: : : _
C. {M. E. Clark. .
J. The Covlngton
Gonzalo fwlcGowin .
FOUND IN RUINS with its 25,600 added: wod$.' Alex Deposit your rnoney a s.avings : _
- completely revised Gaietteer; and hid tticatltJcs'rcr nut iJJtlt: ,'J3JC nl }$J8.tt; jear.; frivale apartment 1
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,. I : when the Pensacola Home and Savings -
cent.f
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"Babies"It /Issaciated Press. completely revised Biographical in ccnnecLon for the ccnvisieace cmtemers.

'oftl Kansas City Mo., Oct. 29.-Three j Dictionary has standing "BM a.u4[ interest Paid .onTJma Deposits. : Associati will issue you paid-up stock

.,gel, is manufactured' bodies the Chamber werq found of tcnlay Commerce: in the buildingat ruinsof thority wherever the English lan.|% Four per cent I : bearing interest ..4t 5 per cent. per annum, pay

led for andis Kansas City. Kansasvhich was guage i 14 spoken._ It has 2380 ..- i: able semi-annually. -
expressly us : used' as a tenement house and was quarto pages with 5CGO illustra H. a DeSlLVA A. CREENHUT. J. S. Re.... R. M. CARY. .. )
a winner. Call for :burned last .week,--. To-day's discoveries tions. The International receired Fre 1dent.' Vlct-PrtiHent. Trt urer. Secretary. t 4
ar4m. make ,the total known dead, fif I hnECITIZENSNAflOrALBANK'PENSACOLA I'% Director*-H., C. D.6r>v A. Greenhut Kn wlM My r. A. V. 1
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m., them. They are the. :teen. Three persons are still missing. THE GRAND PRIZE Clubbs C. H. Doer O... & Maura Sol Cahn.
43 South Palafox.
Jeta .
best : rSubscribe

-.. I'' yet. CUfilTY.$5,000 TO.. :PEH3AQOLA LOAN ON GOOD INVEST SE. the Fair HIGHEST, St. Louis.AWARD at the World's. A General Banking Business' Conducted on a" Safe and Conservative ..... -. .......,.. ... .." ..............................,.....


MENT Co..__ ; _Basis .. .... ., .,..... --U

F I CREW..NOTICE.A *- The Pall Hill Gazetteof Lon Solicited--R. Bushpell. Cashier. . .. .. . .. .. .
. 1'le4 the captAin. Owners Correspondence .
1 Neither Jon. Edglaod, Theeum
: total
says
In. TheLewis Asuncion Her Consignees for It will
J. b Q.responsible for debts contracted which has no equal ia the English. : the Journal.
bY' the new of salol language., .- JlTPensacoIa improvement Bonds.
- Bear Co yesseL KRAM-' City ; .t
TRANSIT C01 CaptAin ; I
GULF Consignee. FREE-"A Test la PrwraacUtlon,"instructive ':DenominatIOn$1, 000.00 ech.. Dated Jallilary let 1906" Maturing January let, .', '
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'. for the whole sal faTuty.eateruuntnf Also : 1936. Redeemable Jan. l.to 1926. Interest Payable zemI-AnnuaiIy.SALE, be delivered .to door for 10ca
ALE
$
Iritin Wholesale Dealers,. CREW NOTICE. liluetrated: pamphlet.G.&C.MERRIAMCO.., . Neither, the Captain. Own- .efe .
a. f:1sr JioirJ:: .. Tr En ; of Pensacola v: \ ? .. .. : ... : _
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a. Bank *" -
Pensacola Fla. Rill, be respohsitle for debts PUBLISHERS, ';wr'SPRINGFIELD. ?: The Peoples "- -., .> .<: '- 1-
contracted by the crew of ,MASS. week -
said vessel. Fensacola FlaA .
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Pick a flaw, if possible ..

in one. of our suits FOR nOV'R.Correspondent KIND : ,-.>" >, {"; : EII

or overcoats.,Turn them '. _

inside out and note the I
Sa -..Demand: -
f 'lining Seams, button I HIi

holes-every little detail 7j}.:. For Candidacy, \Wellr t '. ,.L,; I Of '! <

'shows the hand, of the ,Known Jurist. -

master tailor. v ;?;y. y'.:,?:;+ 'r' .S; :i .

No hurried work, no j: Office .of States, AttorneyAlso rrKe .g'v'V.a: :, :

is .Y?n':. ,r: Yi.4yt
; skimping, nothing CLOTHE
Discussed. I
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That is why 5' Kea'Y
slighted. ;, r. r x Q
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they fit so perfectly and .?.. x,.,M,,. :'%., SOj i J{.,,YYi.. }w Y:: ., :
CHIIPLEY IS GROWING RAPIDLY
hold their shape so much w" ;A:
AND PEOPLE ARE PROSPERING.
F better than others. "< 's'IA'y ho tkvry' 'i.yn: aG y4::. ig i
-FIRST NAflONAI.BANK BUILD .
:i;% ; r5.M WE
$10.00 to $35.09. i SELL
4 S ING IS NEARING COMPLETION. : ,+. Mkt .::
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Special to The JournaL
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Chipley October', 29.-We are.hat. .
The John White \ ing delightfully cool, clear weathernow t :.t rx. ":gvi.ISX;.: :;:: c .y .
,M'E. .ki : t.i .., t
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and.sOme of our farmers are beginning ia r1 y? 4r: : .}r.'G aryar.4 a;:, 4 'S a'f they.are
to manufacture syrup. The i- y'
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1j J1ii .1I'r'n.. Because .
cane is and .
good
crop exceptionally
StoreSPECIALISTS h<;;;yiaT .. 4v0+ :
does not seem to 'have' been hurt by i Ys: yxA ;x. styled better
the heavy frost which formed ojer -
,. It\! MEN'S 'AND the greater part of our county on i EITi
BOYS' WEARr y the twelfth 'of this month. made fit. better
The First National Bank buildingis 4 : : EDi
Phone 225. 205-2C7:: S. Palafox. i
rapidly nearing completion, and
will be an excellent addition to'our than other
.I town. We understand that a special i :f Lr:4.: a .. .. ... any it t ::

................................ ..! .., ...........tI ist few in tile-laying for will be here withina f ;LA r",1900 i : .. .. .
days the purpose of laying matters not.jpf what !'tV, )
the tile floors. Other'specialists will [i 6ROS.itA .
I USE THE MON Y YDU fpUttN COAL I be here Jo put In the fixtures. 2. asiase Mak.rs 'x >* t W i

Mr. Henry Horsier, the genial grand name or price
chancellor of the K. of P. Grand *
: For something else_ and use gas for cooking Lodge of Florida was with us Friday f
and \Val present at: a meeting of the Ne
and heating, and T local lodge that evening. cblllCf
Court having adjourned, at Bonifay i One reason we sell SchlOSS Clothes is that "they t1:
great
1 PAY FOR THE FUEL WHEN USED'The 'i last Thursday the .members .of_our 1 dar
local. bar are all back in town for a : tlck
few days. However there will be j satisfyWe cin'f Affordto take chances for we guarantee / v.est
I gas:way does not necessitate! -iyotir tying i another exodus among them to-day, t 'Whet

I 'up a bunch of money a"winter's's' supply : at which at Vernon.time the Judge circuit Bascom court convenes H.- sefl 'Vith back if not satisfiedYou and
L everything: see 1
i of coal, and cuts'out ,the ''dirt; dust and : Palmer presided during the 'sessIon we money era.Tc

soot of the coal Gas Ranges $12.00 of court at Bonifay, Judge Carter being 1 liite!
way. : disqualified in' several.cases' on how careful wfe have to be You should be careful in buying 1 attn
and $13.00. Gas heaters $3.00 and350. : account of kinship td some of the IHi- Jiear


Pensacola, Gas Company gants big-hearted Frank"but will we geniality again are ,'be informed. in of evidence Vc-ur that own thee at too-probably you can no more afford to take chances than we 1 tern Hea'd1:

(j ; Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden'Street. ,i Vernon. leU

.............................. .................... Judge Carter of for Governor. dent
mind Speaking the fact that Judge there Carter is a calls rapidly o 'Bea in mind that we are sole representatives of the SchlOSS Edtcutl St


One Gallon Makes. Two.t governor.state growing that demand he He enter is richly in the this endowed next part race of with the for firm in this section' and that we carry a full line of their fine he tan! :


One gallon Stag semi-paste paint, ,thinned with te the grapple natural'gifts with 'great whicji qual problems;fy a man and : Clothing We also have cheaper clothing for those who want toll fOnt

one gallon linseed oil makes two gallons of best become a leader among men and his It

paint, and this amount will cover 800 square feet, on abundant the circuit legal training and supreme at the bar court and it-garments that are excellent value at '$1 0 $ 12.50 and $15. ; 'iu\ aTOU

two coats on a fairly smooth surface/ $1.75 a gallon, benches of the state eminently fit him ,-1 ef

which ,when thinned'' with oil reduces cost to.$1.13. for this forward position.high,and Florida honored during is, and the rapidly next responsible moving few- Co e and see the new styles AND

years will be called upon to solve 1
Sounders Mill Company soirie weighty problems of govern- .4 A
Judge Carter is, not only one I 'Li! ;.- ofa
Phone 717. 21 (as! Garden free Iof'the t best qualified men in the state, \ f
but is"a bighearted, sympathetic man 1

of der the any upon people and to, do and all hIs circumstances.one whole who can duty be The un-relied -' i Watson ,: Parker & Reese Co. 1 ti k t


entire state concedes that It is west : Q1efI

U. G.: DeSILVA & COMPANYAre Florida's next governor"say" as' and to who the'shall indications be the C" nt ."EVERYTHING TO WEAR" ( % d;

' lowed to express their choice that N

and take orders "say" will unmistakably pronounce GI
running again can "Francis B. Carter." So far the ,
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for 'special work. Our stock, of l lumber i is Judge proposition has refused but there to Is entertain!! now on foota the' proper time t rom s; 'and:his rumored : Wood I Opera House HATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS-S P5Pv
that he will be a candidate for member
far-reaching move: to force the Issue Coal and. I
sufficient to fill all senViis:? upon him. in which case there .of congress two*years from ,now.',. I
law,and
the ..
can be but little 'doubt as- to the, But his desire to uphold
answer. -- punish all the violators of it has i I Tuesday Night, Oct. 30
States Attorney. sometimes been 'unfruitful, ,because I We' deliver Ice, Coal Charcoal and i
Phone H'. Another political matter that is the. masses of the people were. not Wood anywhere in the city. We can ,\. t
Ia t causing no little discussion Is the fully aroused to the importance pf supply you'"In any quantity and our THE MOST DISCUSSED PLAY IN
probable change in the office of having the hands of the law upheld. service'is always prompt. NEW YORK.
a state's attorney for"the First judicial by public opinion.But I Steam and Domestic Coal. ,
circuit. It is pretty well understood those clouded views of justice: Wood Cut Any Size. i
}BAY ELECTRIC, AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. THE GIRL '
among the intimate friends of Mr are 'passing away before the dawning. -M Y lot
T. BEDWELL. PRES. Prepared to do all'electrlcal repairing on short notice.' Ring phone 570 and a who into, .Mr.: Kehoe's J
I representative -.rtl1.caIL W. T. Bldwell. President and Manager. ,205 S. Baylen. in 190S andthere is no, little conecture man steps I' PATSY
street as to the probable contestants place as states attorney, must be able! Phone 614363. 26 Tarragona St. etta
for this position. But SO far it is all to impress the people ,that be stands I !
guess-work. It is conceded, however; firmly for that old slogan (savoring: By J., Mandln Teige. gu'
that there 'will be no walk-over. The of Populism, maybe 'but good doctrine Author,of "Texas," "A Paris Model* Etc. A EtI
nevertheless) "equal rights to. *
1ndcaUonsare' that there will be '
; at least three men in the race, and all,'special;'privileges"o, non e.!? He" Ten weeks at the'Savty Theatre. New la
Rebuilding Sale Continued the friends of one of the probable must.... be able to convince the voters I It. York.' be
: candidates are. It wouldseem from > + >tp 1,5 altogether above the subtle I Elaborate scents' : !STOHXTE: : : re<
which often'carry the oC
influences so
outward indications, laying their Endorsed by erPulPIJ)
foundations deep. Time alone will best: of Den contrary to their better I "The Girl Patsy" t. a comedr drama THE HABERDASHER art
I disclose the real candidates, and judgment and sense ,of justice, and I not,a musical domed of. burlesque. I
that he will on all occasions stand 222 :S. Palafox. re
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the
For Few bring to light issues upon which I
a D'Y the campaign will be conducted bus firm for the spotless majesty of the Prices 25, 50 75 and $1.00. I .-'-- --, -- 8i
law the high dignity of.the stateof BY th
present ,indications are that one of and MEN ARE LEARNING THAT
.
.
Florida. A stirring campaign? on : thincomes
the strongest planks of the platformwill BY LIFE" ASSURANCE
be a stringent enforcement !these issues ought to have a salutary I ONE NIGHT ONLY1. te

:And the men-and young men of rfensicQla given all against. the, those criminal whose laws prominence especially; ,:I effect masses, by to quickening a higher the appreciation minds of ,the' of 1 1I I'' 1 THURSDAY, NOV.; 1st.! enterprises Protected> are debts maintained secured business, undevepoed mortgage rendered : oth

I the ,duties cf citizenship and the responsibilities The Never' Falling, guarded or
further financiallyand, politcally have'hre- : DeHght
still opportunity of purchasing their winter safe, investments given pennanen
each member at
I resting upon I II >
.
; tofore tended as has been the case W. E. Va1IelIand'capital preserved. A po: "*
NANKEVILtE'S
wearables at a *' : : Jslnce the 'beginning of society, to I of society. tin THE EQUITABLE does all ttis.l lr:
; give them immunity against' the I to Fear. ENORMOUS TRIUMPH- more-provides for the famil alter wand
p na1Uef'J".hfch are imposed upon Mothers Nothing The attention of all in- your death. Send us jour name. It
i d have no besitancyincontinuing It
UNIFORM DISCOUNT their fellow-criminals who are less to Chamberlain's I Ii terested. in choice HUMAN age'and address.KNOWLES '. '
fortunate than themselves in the matter i give I clothingand ; \t,
'of cash and social ''prestige. .Cough Remedy to their little ones as' Gents Furnishings. If ;; BROS.. InsuranceA t

OF 15 PER GEN "Mr. Kehoe has pursued. 1 this policyof ,it contains. This remedy absolutely is not nothing only injurious perfectly -' lover 'of ;
tt JS : punishing all :criminals alike I, safe to give small children,but' you; are' a "goodfhings' !HEAT: $ I eh
;whether thev be rich or poohigh: you will appreciate
is a medicine of great worth and, I

< This includes everything in the ,house--and you or many low.staunch and in friends so doing throughout he has made the !merit for its It cures has a of world coughs wide. colds renutation and the fine quality of otu' goods. STORY IN FROM DRAMATIC- LIFE FORM.PRESENTED SURE ANTIDOTE C

who have not ,bought your winter suit, shoes. or Hat, district, "come who will up h1g'b be' glad er.:?, when to'18Y, the tohim i croup For sale and by can all always druggists.be relied' upon." :i iI them There that is somethingabout r Abounding J In Humanity, Bubb'Jng Over ,
I v proves irresistable. With Jayem is to
Cometfy for blue .Monday r.I.
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should do so this week without fail. S .. -- '
: -, [BODY OF MAN' i Thrilling. and.FUaUsttelSituations Arouse send the household wash 'tI

,Men's.S10.00 and $12.00) Suits for $8.50 and ........'...,.......,..,'.......10.20 IF: THE STOMACH FOUND IN SEWER' .the Spectator Pitch ot.EnUiu to the U Hl m.,he' t I to the "Star: Let us :
$l0.oo and $20.00 Kuppeoh.lm.r. Suit for $13.00 and ..7..1....$17.00 "j t tC
Price '
,... .........-...._. .. I Sc SOc, 75c and $1.00. ,I call for :your parcel an
frr 3.00 Beacon Light Shoes'for ; ,. .. ..:..._...,. $2.55 Press. .
$1AO Howard & Foster Shoes .;..................."'. 3.02 IS WEAK: Birmingham By Associated Ala, Oct. 29.-The!, White Nix Tuesday Seats at on ,noon sale. at Cue's: boost\ store it will be returned o I tt

a 1, $'.00 and: $1.50 Shirts for 85 cents and .........4.r'..,.. ... .$'.25 the whole system Is up.et',and every* badly_: decomposed remains of a white' !I you with contents snowy
'13JO Stetson Hats, Soft or. Stiff, for .. ..............-$2.95 also thing become you eat constipated distresses and you.the The liver bowels and man were taken from the outlet of the white. !
.. <. Jefferson county trunk sewer below! CLOTHESCLEANED
fi>- kidneys inactive. If this describes your OUTFITTERS ;
I
r .It'I. condition to-day let us. urge you to Bessemer to-day and are held( *In Bessemer -:
c BUY NOW'e mence taking awaiting identification. The! To have tan AND-PRESSED. I I The Star Steam
x trunk, was covered with thy remains: Tour Montr*!.Worth or Your Money Back.: I I cleaned. pressed your U4.repaited.and and winter clothe put in I
Hostettersd'Stomach .tJ. of what were good clothing, and I good condition, send .them to ..... We I f
!' e money and a gold ring were found in ,i do everything l in that line and guarantee I Laundry
CASH CLOTHIER i 'Cur work..Ladles' I.
The head and I work a peclalty. Gen.tiemens -
BittersIt the trousers
B' pockets.
.0' A"NSON SCARRITT MORENO. 'I membership I
rates. 11.00 l
per 114
r 1 both arms were entirely gone-and the I rr.onth. An work called for and deltnreL 37 E. Garden SL Phone ;1
COMER PALAFOX AND MAIN hascured thousanda during the past greater partof the legs was cut off.i SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Phone 1313.
53 years of Dyspepsia, IndfijestlM, ,.,Poor It is.thought the bodyjtad,been In pie(Agent for.' DIebold Safe and Lock Co.,II ESCAMBIA'PRESSING CLUB, Pensacola, Fla. 1'Yr \
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Appetite. Costiveness Chilis' CO\dSt\ and ? I Canton Ohio 9.'INTPNDENCIA'ST1lEET i
r f wS .I Female .III., "" sewer,man? weeks.: l Office_ sad Salesroom-120 E. Gov. St. WALTER MOUUTON. MANAGER., I

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